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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 4, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899040401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 4, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JJfHW PWi pHBF3wfH " rifr frr SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11I. HEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Y McGHOHD. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 4. 1899. 10 A. M. LANCASTER. i NO. 10 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, Hock-castl- Dr. J A. Amon hat been appolntrtl ,wnalon examiner at Lancaster. Sallio Martin, colored, died at from eating wild green. Lcba-no- n Mis Cctta McKlroy, a lovoly protrailon. lady, died of nervou Judgo Sim Hick' resldenco In South Soracrsot wu damaged 11,2110 worth by Ulcli-mon- $ o Joseph Flauncry, a farmer of ALWAYS JU1 TUB HKST rg county, and Miss F. J. Anglln Tho dalegato chosen by the demo were married at Horca. cratic voter at tho proclnct meetings Miss Jane, auothcr of Chief Justice of Lincoln county, April 1, met at the Fuller's numerous daughters, will marcourt-houIn Stanford at 2 1'. M., ry Nat Frances, of Boston, on tho 15tb. April H, and organized by electing James Cock and Miss Susan Houch t WE SELL THEM. n Judgo J. K. Wright, chairman, and T- - wero married at Euola, Ala. What : M. Goodknlght, secretary. The follow- can their offspring bo but & Itlg-neon Sunday. Mr. V. O. flro. ji went to Cincinnati on business last ing wero shown to be delegates duly C. I). Haugh got tho contract for car. st When n woman chances her namo Friday. Lt. John M. Farra has an authorized: rylnir tho mall between Harrodburg attack of tho crip, aod has not been out Stanford No. 1, B. W. Glvcns; 2. T. frora Mayme back to Mary lt It u suro l: and llurgln. M. Ooodknlght; :i, T. D. Newland; 4, A. j .g that sho ha begun to look at the for the ora- for several day. A doxen girls will contest 2? brown's Slecl Smoothing Harrow, Brown's Double Shovels practical sldo of life. Tho handsomo bouquet thrown at C. Dunn. torical priie In the Somerset school Hustonvlllo No. 1, J'. E. Wright; 2, ' Crawfords-M- . James Wilson, of mo by the press, and tho promises of Friday night. E. F. North; .1, Judgo J. E. Wright. vllle, Gu., want u divorce becauso lier support by lending men of tho county, O. W. Ferryman U trylnjr to build n Wayncsburg No, I. J. M. Keynold husband stay out too lato at night at !&$. have cauccd mo to consider the race for i Baptist church at Uarbourvlll.' and li the LcgMaturo more seriously than 1 and S II. Gooch;2, W. L. MeCarty; :i, lodges und other places. meeting with success. A Murristown, Teen., man tried to havo before. Such appeals arc highly J. II. Carter. Clay county' asemcnt U about tho .WE HAVE THE BEST LINE OF Crab Orchard No, 1, W. I) Wallln; kill himself becauso his appreciated and will bo duly only ono thai tho board of equalisation 2, Otl P. Newland. him for spending too much money on did not raise. M. F. North, 11 W GivUn and T himself und neglecting his family. Senator G. T. Furrls camohomo from Tho Kentucky Intercollegiate D. Newland wero appointed u commit St. Louis girl who Inoculated Association will hold Its Uth an- - Loulsvillo to attend tho county eonv.n tee on resolution. They roortcd tho Tho Hobon with the kissing virus, ha set- Ever so'd in Central Kentucky. All wu ask la your Inspection. The prices are Prlrinv nlL'ht. Aorll , at tlon. Mr. H. l. Morlu, of St. Louis, .....i nnntf.it Bight for thoy are the Lowest. The finest and nobbiest line of wltl meet with our city council tonight, following, which were adopted without tled down to a married life. It is too Lexington. bad that sho didn't think of lt ubout a (Monday), to attempt to Ret u franchle dissent: John C. Davis, a Mercer county far1. That we approve of the call of this ago. mer, committed ulclde by hootlng. to put In water work. Il Is rctnirtcd convention by thu authorities of the yenr S. G. Walker, who had just been ,,.. iinlialnnccd hit rolnd. IIo was that a majority of thu board are favorademocratic party, clven 10 year for killing Wm. Walkeri ble to the move. CO and had a wife and children. 2. That this convention does hereby wu married In the jail ut Greensbtrg The Sckiihcrl Symphony Club, of one of tho oldctl citiTho Newest and Laetest Goods. Joel V. Salloe, ChlcuRO, drew u large audiuneo to the appoint and commission to represent to Mr. Nannie V. Coakley. Walker I zen of Somerset and for three seoro I tho democracy of Lincoln county and 2.1 and hi wife 10. cuurl-houon Saturday night, thu year a Haptlst, died last week. Ho W. K. Vnnderhllt ha given hls receipt being ubout $b0. Those who cast the vote of said county ut tho conwnt also the oldest Mason Jn Pulaski. vention called ui be held at Frankfort, daughter, Cunsuclo, thu Duchess of' Maitlo May Ycager, wife of know say that thu musiu was excellent, April tl, to nominate u candidate of thu Mr. and the appearancu and conduct of the Marlborough, another $.j,000,000 and Fred Yeager, Jr., died suddenly at 5 of MU Virginia Fair, tho bride-to-b- e, DANVILLE, KY. No. X36. tho homo of trouo, during their stay here, until democratic parly for commissioner o'clock thl morning, at night, Indicated that they nro thu 2d railroad commissioner' district I ald to have .",000,000 In her own o"5"o o 0 o 00 o o"o her father, Jame Adams, near Camp Sunday worthy of the liberal p.itronngo which of Kentucky to bo voted lor ut the No- right. Dick Hoblnson. Advocate, 3d. vember election, inn, viz: Hobert Mhs Minnie Armstrong, daughter of reculvu. Isaac Glb.on, who died at hi daugh they L. Ilosley, T. M. Goodknlght, J. M. Mr. nnd Mr. J. S. Armstrong, urd a tor. rn. Joseph Smith's, In Uxlngton,- Our Commercial Club expects to suc Alvcron, M. F. North, S. M. Owens, r of Capt. F. J. White, In having thu Louisville Southern nnd was brought to thl county for bur- ceed for rullway extended through thlt county, J. S. Owsley, Jr., George Pulllam und of tho Lancaster Record, will bo mar.... .. mill mnr Mllloduevlllo i.i and on to thu coal and lumlier Held of J. II. Carter, und thu following are up ried on tho oth to Mr. Edgar Fllppen, half a centurv. He wa & years old. reoinlcd a alternates: W. K. Perkins, Progressive Homo Journal mi) Southeastern Kentucky The last and Geo. I). Weuthorford, C. C.Crutchtleld, at Dallas, Texas, where they both The side. established a ken one of thu best moves In that direction thai II. G. Hall has Mr. William J. Potcetnnd Mrs. Ma-tnGeo. L. Carter, Hobo-- t II. Crow, J. M. nel at Somerset to bo known at the was to Ret Gov. rod ley to consent to Huynolds, Josso Curler nnd T. L. Shol-toM. Moburly were united in mar"Somerset English Setter Kennel." visit ice olllclul of tho road und preriage Wednesday night. The ceremodog In the sent the case In Its proper light. Many lie ha come of tho finest :i. That in accordance with our in ny took place at the home of Mr. L. of our farmers are willing to rIvo the In Order 10 Make Koom fir Spring Style. ninntrv In tho stud structions ut thu precinct meeting D. Cardwell, sister of the bride. Uovs. oliil G. A. W Klngsvllle. wrote to thu rlRhl of way, and tho Indication dulegntes uru instructed to vote T. H. Colemnn, Pearce Atkins and J. these Cincinnati Enquirer asking how ho towurd the extension. In a short time. for C. C. McChord as the nominee of G. Hunter otllclated. The groom is tho carload of dogwood for Tho iHMipIo realize, tho Itniiortanco of aU Frankfort convention for 2d dis county clerk of Mercer und a gentle- , UIUIU.UIIIIIU" un enterprise and they nro willing loom shuttle and other hard wood trict railroad commissioner und use all U1UIJ Ul IUI1UU CUUIUICUUUUIU IJUailhlfBi a helping hund tides and got tho answer "by adver- to lend Ivmlor music In tho OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO of most Hie at the Christian honorublu means to secure his nomina- aud onu the bride Ipopular men lady tising In the Enquirer." a handsome tion and delegate uru instructed to county. The W. It. HiirnsUlo, of Pulaski county church on Sunday was tftul Inspiring vote a u unit on all questions coming of many charm of person and churuc- us to bo In sentiment, urtistlcally rendered und placed a.un In hi granory tcr, und like nor husband. Is a favorite j before said convention. dlschargsd at any ono who might opeu thu uu of tho organ caused much On motion thu convention adjourned. with nil. Many beautiful and cosily tho door. His eldest son forgot und warmth to pervade ttiu large congrega gift were received. Mr. und Mr. J. K. Whkuit, Clnn'n. K. Pow rg opened tho door, tiring tho gun, tho tion. The sermon by KlderC. will board with Mrs. T. M. GoouivNIOItT, Secy. load taking effect In hi thigh. Ho lin- ell, on tho resurrection of ClirUt, warf Democi-ut- . un ahlu ono, and thourgumuntsln inxif Hear Admiral Kautz's .olllclul report gered four or tlvo day at'd died. .To tuk Nouth. The (vuecn & CresAt tho annual intercollegiate deboto of this fundamental principle of the of tho bombardment nt Samoa say distho Mutaafa people obeyed orders to cent Houte has inaugurated u service nt Lexington between Centre College christian faith, were calculated to sipate besetting doubt aud strengthen leave the government reservation, but of observation cars 011 the famous Blue nnd tho Statu College, tho representaI)' became aggressive, killing Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati tive of Centra College wero awarded, us lu thu cause. A protracted meeting have decision, Nat Lafon, of Harrods-burg- will begin ul thnl church un thu 2d Sun un American marine and three Uritlsh and Lexington. Free parlor car and tho und Herbert Uronnor, of Louis-vlll- day In May, Klder K. L. Powell, un sailors. Thu German consul Issued un Queen & Crescent standard vestlbuled Tho young gentlemen who rep- eminent minister of Louisville, having incendiary proclamation saying Kautz's day coaches. Four train dally to CinThe Wry Lates Toes Out. Lo ik at thl ! proclamation was untrue, und promis- cinnati with close connection with all resented State Col lego wero L. Hund- agreed to assist thu pastor. It I safe to aj that our convention ing to uphold the Lewis, of Ku- provisional trains North. Queen & Crescent train ley, of Home, and C. D. ' to bo held today, Monday, will instruct government. The American and Hrlt-ls- h are without a peer in the South; 17 bank. the delegation to vote for Pitcher for wher- miles shortest line, unequalled truln force ure shelling the rebel railroad commissioner, and that the ever they can bu reached. CHURCHES A.NQ PREACHERS. torvlce. W. C. Hlncurson, G. P. A. delegate will be favorable to McChonl Mormon prosclytuw havo been driven if Hero tho "philosophy" of perpetIMIKL'MATISM CL'KED. rileher l dropped. Uno thing cer out of Lewis county. My wife ha used Chumbcrluln's I'aln ual motion a solved by un tain no candidate for governor will Kangaroo and Vesting Tups, There will bo IS graduate In tho handle tho delegation us ho pleases, Halm for rheumulUm with great relief, philosopher: Hlblo Collcgu thl session. It- u Hag mako paper. u splendid unless it plcuse them. In tho town and I cun recommend llev. W. F. Yuughan, D. D.,ol Paris, precinct meetings held Saturday, tho liniment for rheumatism und other Paper make money. buccalaurealo sermon following delegate were appointed to household Use. for which wo havo found will nruach tho Money makes bank. College Sun, for Mlllersburg Femalo Hank make loans. tho county convention: West Park, lt valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Red Creek, dav. Mav2d. Loan make poverty. II. Tlnsloy; East Park, Houry Patter- N. Y. Mr. Cuyler I oneof the leading homo missionSecrotarlys of various Poverty make rag. son; Court-hous- e, G. T. Farrl. T. H. merchants of this vlllagound onu of thu These aten nice gontls a themarkelH nITnrd. Xono Dressier; None ary boeletles held u meeting at New Hoblnson was first selected at thu court most prominent men In thl vlclnlty.-Hag make well, just keep on rei Mure Durable Come and look nt them. and took tci to extend tho work house, York G. Phlppln, Editor Red Creek Her- peating tho above. but when It Htsuccrtaliicdlhut Klco. lu Cuba and Porto he did not llvu In tho precinct, unotli'ir ald, For sale by Craig & Hockor, A pros. A rabbit trust Is proposed. Tho Christian Sclunco people havo meeting was held. pectus show thut un Investment of $1 erected u handsomo und lmH)sing temvV Hob Ilrown wa hanged at Glasgow In thl Industry will yield a prollt of Til ple n, Atlanta and It was dedicated OITU SOLDI i:itS ANDSA1LOUS. yesterday for tho murder of hi fathcr- - more than $15,000,000 In threo year. It Sunday. It U built of Georgia grunlto. Hear Admiral tarpanter, retired, .McClelland, Lewi lie was llgure on beginning buslnes with 10 llev, II. N. Fuulconor, who wu here committed suicide utlo.ton. pronounced dead 12 minutes after tho male und 10 femalo rabbits. Kabblts yustorduy, loll us ho closed a meeting '.'St t J iw Tho idiot Imlluua wuut to Cuba with trap was sprung. Iluforo leaving hi commenco brecdlug ut six month. Hy uddl-tloUfclRtlUII lust wuekut Pittsburg with four 1,108 men and returned with 1,1'JJ. foluA,i.Tvn coll he Mild that he was not satisfied simple multiplication tho promoter of mid has engagement for tho A 10 Inch gun burst ut thu Sandy mM'Xar.r iY. that hi future salvation wu sure. Ho tho rabbit trust And ho would havo ,W lowing places, ton day each In tho or- Hook proving grounds, killing ono mtin made no statement on the sculfold nnd :t00,0U0,000 rabbit In three year. Thl Harlmurvllle, North Jelllco, .and Injuring der nutued: another. product can bo sold In the market cer died without upparunt fear, Groou-biirNow Custlo und Kuttawu. Thu wur department I perfecting u tainly ul 5 cent each, giving a gross out plan to use irutlvo troops, II osalblu, lu Hook Tho now Haptlst Year The most expensive fur I that of tho Income, of $15,000,000, nearly all of Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to showing tho number of baptisms for tho lighting Aguluuldo during the rainy black fox of Kamtchatku, tho skin of Jacksonville dally via the Queen and Crescent and which would bo prollt. past your In tho United Stuleii wa203,-21M- season. which, when dressed, become a very connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, r.niiuubTiu: i.it.wi:, Total numbor of member 4,111,-WGen. Oil su..ds rosy reports from tho uttructlvo blue. A slnglo skin I worth Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service A tirtlln.t tiHlJent. of which Mr John OlUrr Totul coiililbiilionll,W7,8.'il.l2. Philippines, which Indicate that the u much u $1,000. A pelisse worn by of riilUiU'li'hU, wu the suIiJk'I, U lurratol by to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and Georgia reort tho largest number of bottom ha completely fallen out of tho the Emperor Nicholas, lined with this Iilul follow.: mmuiiii iumi urejuiui muni, San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. sunken. lion Mr klu wti ftluiul rellow. baptisms- - 21,01)2. Now York report Insurrection. loiitfue touted. ulu coiidautlljr luWkgml tluVe, fur, cost $10,000. The Train Service Is per Krowlug weaker day by 110 sj'iftlte tfrlutUr yBr.1?.-- thu largest amount contributed Tho Kansas volunteer wore first Into fecUn detail. Fast schediisr. iureiinyiciaDi aau Kiven iu uit. orru trying 'Electric lllttiri,' THE KAI1MC. MM Of ALU DlltllS, lulely, a friend adtl-w- l Ma6los, and tho Hag of u Montana reg ules, 24 hours to Jackson ami lu my limit Joy ami suri'rliw, lbs flr.t bottle Is noted fur Its keen tlirlit, clear and dl I llielr iment was tho first bit of American Unci vltlou. Mo uru tlio-- persons who uso luaitefora ileiTde.1 liuiiruveuieut,nuv tvutltiue.1man. I ville, 54 hours I wu reading an advertisement of bunting Hung three weekt. and am out from tho rebel capi ButhtrluiHl i.uj;iu r.yu paivu tor wuuk uyu. i,m tbeysavvil uijr life, and mblied well (raisof Cincinnati to kuow lbs a und Chumborluln' Colic, Cholera soro eyimof uny kind or grauulated auulber vlitlui " Koons tbouia till 10 try meiu tal. . L Havana. Uuly W iviiu, ijuaraulev.1, at I'euuy'i lrug Mors llqiuedy In tho Worcester EnterMaj. Gen, Otl says that Gorman lids, bold ui Penny's at '.'1 rcuts, IW.aRmtmsos prise recently, which lead mo to write rrince l.oowonsicin was Killed by a Faster may como u early a March The O. A: O. now ha box car with Clacliin.il, used Filipino bullet while carrying refresh' thl. I can truthfully say I never und steel truck, uutomatlo couplor, air 22 or a late a April 25. In 1818 It full monts to otllcer of tho Oregon regl any remedy equal to It for colic brakes und all of tho latest Improve on March 22 and In 18S0 on April 25. It dlarrhiia. I havo uevor had to uso luent on tho firing Hue. menu. Thoy weigh 33,100 pounds and will not como ugaln this century or In Owing to a misunderstanding tho 3rd more than ono or two dose to euro tho have a capacity of 100,000 tiounds. Tho tho 20th on March 22, but In lttfa It will fall on April 25. C3 Kentucky wll not reach Savannah bo length I 40 feet. worst euo with myself or children. A call for a National conference of A HtllllirKLL Ul.lMil.lt W. A. Stroud, PoK)inoko, City, Md. fore tho rigid nuarautlou goo into s At Huukland, Mas., uro the largest Will often caue a horrible Hum, Braid For salo by Cittlg&Hockor, druggists. effect April 1, and will be detained for THAT TUKOI1IIIKU HrHUACUli lu the world. They oro like reformers, who advocate the abolltlou lluckleu's Arulia babe, lha U.i lu the steer Wuul.l uulckljr lorn ;ou, If ) 011 um1 Dr. King's HruUe. Will kill the lulu aud iiruuiMlr beal It. elephants lu SMS bouio tlmo on that uccount. anrlJ. le, tholr uctual weight or suppression ol the liquor tralllc, has New Uf nil.. IbouuDttsufiutlrrm hsvspruv Cuiee Fuver bono, L'liwi, llollt, Gen. McArthur took Malaloa with a nl their mitchlMSv limit lur blfk auU Ktrroul Oorm, ')M turee.r.rutloua. lint Ills cuceoulelou, at tho ugo of eight years being 7,JIKJ been Issued for 1'llthburg, Juno 81)1. Tho biiow wo hud last week, whllo eartb. all bklu ,urs tlouj tud He.JnliM. Thty n the heavy, wiun't u patching to thut they Jo of four killed and 23 wounded, but nrrvu aoil build uilink. lie.llh. IUY lu lrou duly XI cli a but, Cur (guaranteed, bold by pound, 17 hand high, 10 feet In girth, Women will have equal right jruur 1st. Mo., and other point found on reaching there that tho rebel Trrthwu. nuly Uivuls. Mouejr Wck It uut tur- - I'auny, Prulit. hud utSl. Joseph, 15 fee? In length and 15 feel 11 Inches conference. mm bold by ivuujr, vrujaiuii. 11 In Its summary of new Industries la IIK MatlK STUO.NU, WKAK EYE In that State and Iowa and Illinois. It had tired tho town and Agulnaldo and vd. s from tip to tip. Dim vUlon made clear, ttye removed and tho South for tho first three mouths of wu nine to 10 lochcn deep und tho mer- hi cabinet hud been gono two day. An engraver ul tho Philadelphia giauulatcd lids or sure eytu of any kind Col. W. W. Uuldwln, tho turnplko 18U0, tho Tradesman shows a total of named place was 10. This show the oxtent of tholr patri mint I preparing tho design (or tho H.'dlly and enYctuully cured by tliu uo of cury at tho otism. Mora than 200 members of tho silver dollar to bo minted In commemo- butlierluuiV Kagle Kyo alvu. It's put up klug, was defeated In the election of a u53, an increase of lfe'J over the last Trulllc was greatly delayed, Pur now board of director for tho .May- - quarter of 181X4. m lu tubes, aud sold un a Ruarautee, 8th volunteer Infantry (colored) will tJlo ration of LuFayotto. kulu ul I'euiiy's Drujj b'tort Thu latest Now Jersey corporation I I.UNOl IIIMTATION, vlllo and Lexington Turnplko Coaipany ullcgcd disability m pension claim for s I lliu furerupuur to consumption. Dr. Maysvlllp, after holding tho otlieo ono capitalized at $15,000,000 to manucase In which Judgo Leaving out the will ourti It. aud duo to tho Cubun climate. No such Tho lovely Illy tolluth not, and neith- at Doll's and deul In compressed air Klvu such stri'iigtli to tho Iuuk tlmt a rough complaint havo been received from Lynch take u hand, murder U tho safer doe lt spin, but Just ut EaUcr time for 40 year. It I aid the owner waut facture will untMittlu tliuru. Twvut) nro force a settlement. to nracold It costs an awful lot of tin. est crltiiQ u mun can commit. vrhlto regiments. cunts ut l'euuj's Drug Btoru. The reception uttho Christian church . ... .. aim . .. ..... l r.tll "n nun uhwuuuuI -- .( u bi'iibuii uif iiu ecru tcllowslilp and christian love was oxporicnccu. About m members were present, notwithstanding tho Inclement weather. Georgo A. MeUoboru, of your city, was a elicit of his brother, It. K. -y l)KI.KOATI3t NAMIHI AND INSTItCCTKO 1 se Farming Implements $ 3 I Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher Gibbs' Steel and Chilled Plows, Thomas' Disc Harrows, W. i jn. , PERKINS, Crab Orohard, Ky. wlfe-tcold- cd Ora-torlc- al Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits mNECKWEAR Telephone ooooooooooooooooooooorjooo m so SUITS MADE TO ORDER. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., grand-daughte- Wall Paper AT COST. lo 11 n. I - nr-!J- W. B. McROBBRTS. Po-te- V Curdwell.---Hiirrodsbu- I I NEWSHOES Men's Fine Wear. 1 ,. 1 e. I I I 1 1 1 Vici Kid And 'Willow Calf, Celluloid, Metal land Hand- I 1 - W. I I I 1 i 1 Worked Eyelets. I H. J. M'ROBERTS. n 1 g, Florida Havana 1 I. 5. 1 Dlar-rlm-- lt, a. iiiat.-.- m 11 rt SW-M- rl r 1' J IK it- fe I t which A bllnrd Is prevailing In Kansas, JOHN D. Wuitk contributes ft letter tlon for railroad commissioner, Why Iluy A Cheap Wood l'ulp Wall Paper When You Can Iluy A to the Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e, promised at tho start to amount to only Missouri nnd lown. ! In which ho recommends Mrs. Hugh Young, Infuriated by nn Hon. John a slow jog, with nil of tho chances fa Hennott, of Mad Icon, for tlio republican voring Irwin, now seems destined Jo Irritable husband, killed him with nn From Apr. 4, 1899 nomination for governor and lauds him result In n whipping finish, which may nx at Mooresburg, Tenn. Stanford. Ky.. Allen Winston killed Robert Ailnms most lavishly, lie says tho nccldentt bo decided by a roso length either of ISM will not bo repeated In 1S!)9 and way. I In Letcher because, as ho alleged, ho In one of his after dinner speeches was too Intimate with Winston's wife. If Kentucky will provo herself n ropub- W. P. WALTON. llcan State sho must do so on principle last week, Col. llryan said: "Thodem- - Flro broke out In tho laundrydepart-mentn- l Who carries tho largest, Cheapest and IW Stork In this pari of the country. AIo every thing in the Paint and (l!ni llnlncs, and not through n political boss and tho ocratlc parly was nover moro harmon tho Stato prison nt Frankfort .., tk 7 .. f J" Una " flftiihl 1(111 lt SBNATuii .mluw .... y""""v" fuss and feather of tho tile bilBado. ious: nnd Its harmony can only bo dis and destroyed hundreds of suits of con ecoived a sulHelent number of votes to The8Q R Mm n tho turbed, by ndmlttlng within tho fold victs' clothing, underclothing nnd bed mul nomlnato hlra for railroad commission- - rftnk,t w.h ft mmWo vow (), t)(j thoso who are nt varlnnco with Its prin- ding. A disastrous conflagration was In lho miMt artntlc manner, ISemembor you hive no Oil to pty mid you ran n cr, which shows that ho has a pretty Bravliy of the situation nod throw tho ciples nnd aspirations. Tho democratic nvertcd by hard work. nmiiey by giving mo a call. . i: OlimoXS, Itrspfctfiillr, lonp head on him and can sco as far entro bllnon of nomInatln. a ltroog platform of 1000 will bo written by thoso At Lexington W. .1. McNamnra was Telephone No. 124 No. 300 Main St , Danville, Ky Into a mill stone at least as tho man nnd gltablo Suto ticket (and railroad who stood upon tho platform of lS!)tl,not lined $250 for shooting and wounding a that picks It. Four years npo when ho commMoncrt) upoD tho bono and ,,ncw by thoso who tried to overthrow tho colored man. On tho seven Indictments was defeated for tho nomination, afujr 0f tho party. In that event John D. democratic party In that campaign. tried thu total of sentences against hlra holding the olllco under appointment of lhlnk. hu wln bo rionlInnte,, for rn. The failure which attended thoso who Is thrco years In tho penitentiary, 25 Gov. Drown, ho bepan to commune I roa(, comml(13,oncP( but utu,cr lho pPM. organized Clio gold party nnd wroto tho days In jail and $100 In lines. with himself and to lay schemes for a cnt arrangement ho has no moro show IndlanapolU platform ought to restrain Tho managers of ono of the largo capture of tho nomination this time, than a short tall bullln lly time. them from prolforlng their scrvlco as Western railroads havo decided to keep him to run for tbo, nlatform-mnkcThen It bethought for somo years to their engines constantly at work, InMcCiiOKD seems to havo gotten como " Senate and then, If elected, to evolvo stead of being retired to tho roundfrom his Inner consciousness a bill enough votes to nomlnato him on tho house to rest for a half-daor a wholo BRIEF NEWS NOTATIQH. which might hamper tho railroads t flrst ballotr for railroad comlssloner. IIo day, as has so long been thought which opposed him, and at tho same has 158 Instructed votes and enough In Fayette sont 10 convicts to the .pen tlroo pander to the blind, unreasoning ( the doubtful counties to moro than Tho supremo court of Indiana lmn de this court. by tho masses to railroad ply ;ho eight required to (five him tho Atlanta Is to havo a now $300,000 cided that an employe of a railroad majority. Alexander claims V2S, corporations, which company, In agreeing to accept benetlts union station. and other 6mall fry delight to or 1.1 and Nelson 21. Garrard county An inmato of tho jioorhouso nt Plsca-tawa- from a railroad relief association In rapacious ng- - instructed for Pllcher merely as a tell them, are greedy and case of injury, relinquishes hi right to N. V., Is 12" years old. of wealth, whose managers pllment to a district man, tho dolegn-a- y After much picparatlcn wa have In aiinounco tint e are now ready for Spencer Long, n leading cltlzon of bring suit ugnlnsl thu company for night to hatch plans to tlon being really for McChord. Uoylo Georgetown, Is dead, aged (11. awako at damages. viscerate them. Senator McChord ( gent an unlnstructed delegation, but It Thrco murderers, two whlto and one Dr. Samuel J. Kennedy, tho Statvn was successful both In his raco and In Is for McChord. colored, wero hanged nt Troy, Ala. Island dentist, for tho murder of "Dolrailroad commla- passing a bill for tho An anarchist mistook a man for Pres ly" Reynolds at the Grand Hotel In o ru" lu'9 rc,le mucn slon tollx maximum rates for railroads' general has decided thatchaln ident Loubet, of France, and shot him New York City on tho night of Aug. and was further singularly fortunate In fttorBoy dead. 15, was found guilty of murder In tho The collection of hemonahle mcrchnnd i Is by all odds the llnoM and the largctl having a republican governor veto It. letlor ro a violation of tho postal laws Baroness Hlrsh, widow of tho great first degree and will sit in tho olectrlo ' aa,n,il lottery- - Unlil w ased to we l.iive over displayed, Tho ncwet fabrics anil fashions In men's and boy's cloth-Incandidates Tho several other philanthropist. Is dead at chair la May. Hebrew e The very latest stjlo In vogue In drea SklrU, All the now things never In the raco except Mr. Al- - t'co them thls nicc received somo Paris. Thousands of Filipinos, who lied from in Women's; and Men's Furnishings. Kvery want-- .l style In Men timc9 tw0 a ,lav of lhe nuisances and and Women s oxander, who was handicapped by tho Mrs. Shackelford, raotherof the clerk their homes In the territory between The most recent styles in Men's and Pot's Hats anil are here for jour roDortodsumxirtofthoL.fc N.. which inow lnal lney aro l0 00 prohibited by of tho court of uppeals, died at Owens- - Manila and Malolo on tho approach of law wo send up a fervent "Amen." and chotwlng nnd at such low prices that it is only necosnary for you to according to tho Ignorant and unthink- boro nt an advanced age. tho American army aro now returning ng stalks about at night like a roaring James Reed was hung nuKansas City und suing for penco and this Is taken to look to buy. LoulsvI1Io Dlgpalch ,8 now TK lion seeking whom it may devour. Tho ,,rinted m luown cstablUhraent, with on tho same scaffold his father was indicate thnt Agulnaldo Is losing conwas easy to foretell. Mr. McChord 1Uown . result anJ macn whIch worked oil a few years ngo. trol of the natives. Thurs- - wouM ,nilcal0 has read his title clear and on In a revenue raid In Letcher county fa Mt n9 Am .h() A Connecticut judge fined a reporter day next at Frankfort will ba made his neap ,u em, as WM conHJcnU d,ct. live moonshine stills and many gallons of tho New York Journal $5 and sen party's standard bearer. Ho Is Mly'ed by Its enemies, of their product wero destroyed. Ilatidooino line of Crrpou. Sergos In tenced him to jail for live days for pubfirocadt'd Dress (Soodthiil arureallv worthy too of tho honor, being a man : John Hawkins, of Vovay, Ind., In lishing objectionable matter about a worth 2lV, our price in lllue, Itlnck Ner lllue and Itlnck Henrietta ami Mo. McChord may protest nnd Goebel jail fordrunkonness. butted his brains of parts and an untllnchlng and an un-- l hair trial. A the judgo's Jurisdiction 'does and Ilrown. compromising democrat and a party may deny that an umbilical cord exists out against tho bars of his cell. fl- -l Se our line of 5, ii, 10 and 12Je Per- Serge for Suiting, four (olors, tic not extend out of tho Stato the reporter vie- -' between them, but they can't even fool man. His nomination Is a decided At Cave City, Will Whitney, a 17- - Is safe, till be goes Into It. blggmt value ever offered for 12c pur jil. Cliff. lory for Senator Goebel and tho eon- -' the marines. McChord's victory is vear-ol- d colored boy. was "tabbed to A big line of Urgndli, llroeadine for IreM' only Site icr The Tlnsley Engraving Company, Pique, ventlon will doubtless endorso all tho really a Gocbol victory as both will jdeath by George Farris, a whlto boy. Spring GliiRhamo, Green nnd Itlse of Messrs. K. B. Tlnsley, yard, three colors llliit', ltluck and Drown. coino-o- d - admlt aow- measures that tbellopklnsvllloconvenKgg, 01 L,ouisvuio, uieu oi Bruce Haldeman and E. C. Straus, hut Silk to match for trimming. Albert Dunlin, (Aivert t'.oth In (Ireen, Tan Ion failed to tako cognizance of. Editor Knott reads us a lesion on cerebral hemorrhago caused by a lick ctabllhed In Ixiulsvlllo as complnto a Lndlrs Press Sklrte, lllue, IllacknniUll and III 110. 'journalistic ethics, but tho devil is on his head by a : 7Z old playmate. plant mean bo found colors I11 Norelty good only lo. Ladles' Miirt WnixSIlk, Plaid Silk, lllue, lEwl ., . ,. THE whole of Gen. Hardin's Shelby , . Ulevnand Ilrown 4!?c. " "H" Tho State of New Jersey received outside of New York nnd Chicago. Its lirornded Drens Skirts only $1 25. was In answer to Capt. villo speech "'". I 9U $120,000 In fees on artlcleof IncorporaIa vuivo tuuu kuu U?l buildPink, White, Itluu. Ked and ll.nekT.if. Ladles' Dres Skirts in Scree, all wool, ottlccs are lu lho Courier-JournStone's Winchester speech and he at- on such u subject. IU4U W tion tiled curing tho month of March. ing. frta, Satin ill lllack, Ceicse, Ac. only 11 03 In Blue nud lllnck. tempted to provo by tho Congressional Up to dato 41 dead bodies or remnunts New line of l'xlti, Kihlmn,, Wiling All wool lllnck Crt'pons Dirts Skirts When Bates Sopor's neckwasbroken Ilecord that Capt. Stono did upon two ' POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. of them havo been found In tho Wind; at Harrisonvlllc, Mo., Friday a llend only J2 W. and Mostoilltic. T.V1 . ?i., 1S11.V, vnto for lho rwnnAtnn.. , nn -. j and 43 aro still miss Incarnate went 10 his reward. Ho mur Don't fail to look at our line ot licit Springer bill to issue gold bonds, and. Gov. Bradley has returned, but bis sor Hotel ruins Ing. dered his father, his wife and two Iluckles, Neck Pins, Friendship hearti. Bryan, Bland health Is unimproved. when it was defeated by As mush hearted as ho Is Gov. Worth daughters, married another woman and Cyrano Chains, Shirt Waist Sel, Beauty and Bailey, and a joint resolution fol - Tho democrats won at Cleveland, O., logton wouldn't help Bob Blanks, tho murdered a daughter ho had by her by Pins and Pomadour Combs. lowed on Feb. 11, 1895,to Issue $tV,ll(i,- - yesterday hands down. Negro rapist, who Is to hang In a few burying It alive. IIo met death like 275 of gold bonds, voted again for this I M. H. Slege was nominated for ,tbe , days at 'Mayllcld. tho brute he was. l-2resolution, which was also defeated. Legislature In Warren c Tho convict lease system In Georgia, Alex Dudley caught a man pooping Tho Richmond Pantagraph gives It Ho also denied emphatically the reports productive of so many-- through a window at tho home of his which has been and rumors In current clrcnlatlon that up. It speaks of him as scandals, has expired and tho State will father at Flcmlngsburg the other ho ever, directly or Indirectly, or by man Davison". work them herself. night, and promptly and very properly inference, proposed or offered to aid Junius Perkins, colored, Is a candiA big line of New C'arcU nt 10c to .V)c per yard. Ilrlng your oi:r, will pay ytn moun tilled him full of birdshot. Ho turned Tho ereat Sierra do Mercedo Mr. Stone on any condition, either in date for tho Legislature from tho 10th lilgur-market price. tain of Iron adjoining In Moxloo has out to bo Conway Applegatc, who had a contest with Jo Blackburn, or at any ward, Louisville. Judge Breckinridge spoke at Liberty been purchased by C. P. Huntington been at that port of thing before. Ho ttme with anyone else In such contest. was badly wounded about thu legs, but yesterday, where he Is mighty solid for $800,000 In gold. This brings tho question to one of A cigar factory Is coon to bo started will not dlo just yet. between them and as Capt. with tho democrats. Albert Hunter, a prisoner at Koko-mSecretary Alger Is In Cuba at the ex- In Shelbyvlllo by Mr. Ben Browltz, Stone's wholo life is a refutation of tho 10 months has been T.D. It SKY, Mamger Ind., linds himself a hard man to charge that he will llo or permit any pense of tho government, looking who for the past In Louisville. kill. Ho flrst mado a rope with handone to say that ho does, a sensational doubtless after Its timber interest for located The English passenger stenmer Stel- kerchiefs and swung four hours, then llranch stores al Klitabethtown. l'lkton, (lwenb r . S'lelln vdle, Versailles, Immhis own benctlt. response Is expected. la was wrecked olT tho Island of Alder-ne- cut an arm almost oil and bled profuse- inence, ItardstoMrn, Hopklnsville, Midisonville, Mun'n d t lie I larksrtl e, Tenu. W. J. Seitz, who also ran for ConTho loss of life Is estimated all ly und lastly tried to butt bU bialusout Gokiikl, went for Hardin at Madison-vill- gress In the 10th district, has received Saturday for calling his pet his reward. Collector Koborts bas mado tho way from 70 to 120. ugalnst the stono wall, but all In vain. chumps "dlverfons" and subverilve of him a division deputy. Driven to madness by jealously, Tony He Is guarded now but says he 11 try Medley, aged 38, shot and icstantly again to kill himself tho first tho great issue of 10 to 1 nnd iourcd When Cleveland was somo hot shot into hi in. Hardin would asked if ho Intended to attend tho Bel- - killed Stella Everett, his at Ozark, Ala. pose as a martyr, but Goebel says Its mum The balmy breeze of Spring time will siu jeuurson uay uinner, no anMIDDLEBURG. meaning will have to bo changed If bo swered laconically, "I havo not been The Confederate Veteran Association you that there is nothing like one President John can safely do bo. Said he: "Who rais- invited." at Lexington re elected Bggsaro so ihcap hero that they aro of our convenient ed tbo falsa Issues and attempted tho Acting Assistant Attorney General Boyd and tho other old ottlcers. Tho not tit to cat. Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, diversions In ISM. the candldato or tho Barrett has rendered two decisions for receipts for the year wer about $1,000. W. C. Kussell had a sow to give Traps or Buckboards been appointed asW. G. Deppo bas democracy of Kentucky ? It has been tho post-ollldepartment declaring birth to l.'l pigs. tbo common understanding that a mar- chain letter schemes to be In violation sistant general passenger agent of tho enjoy tho beauties of Spring time in, Teamsters tell us that four horses aro To with Big Four, with headquarters In Cincincomfort nnd In tyr was one who suffered for a cause, of tho load from style, eae, purchasing one of our fine laws. to pull n when G. Lynch, pro- required nati, to succeed Warren and not one who in ado a cause suffer March 31 tho debt less cash In the hero to McKlnney and thoy sometimes and carriages. moted. for him. Possibly the definition ought treasury . amounted stall ut that. to 1,140,50.j,53, Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge succeed to be revised." The woods are full of which is a decreaso during tho month ic A couple of Mormon preachers have B. people who think that Hardin made tho of $8,398,828, accounted for by tho net ed In hanging tho jury In the Insurance been preaching at Grove and scouring Stanford, Ky. Opp. cases at Paris for alleged conspiracy to tho country distributing tracts. Asldo cause sutler for him by waiting bo long increase In tbo cash on hand. todeQno his position and then accepting raise rates and ho thinks this Is a practical- from ijuun. examiner r.scoii may not their miserable teaching they -victory. a nomination on a platform he didn't after all and tho 2.1 or 50 applicants seem to be pretty nice sort of fellows. Tho cold winter, which caused a do QW. C. Tombs, of tho McKlnney secoven stand with ono foot. lor his place aro likely all to got left. crease In tho consumption of beer, Is TllK resignation uf Gus Hlchardon Controller Dawes says ho Is such un ex- given as the reason of tho failure of tho tion, tells us thut his fafther, Major D. Don't You Want as deputy appellate clerk to prosccuto cellent olllcer that be would liko to re Schaefer-Mey- er Browing Co., of Louis- Tombs, has lately bought of Bud Sims, his farm of 20 acres, on Green IUver, his candidacy for Stato treasurer shows tain him permanently. $175,000. Jess so. Tho Ulchmond Register ville, for for $000. much more confidence than wisdom. As Frank Wilson and bis says the fact that tbo Loulsvillo Post K. S. Fisher has sold his housu and Hob Ford seems to have a cinch on tho have been conducting a candy kitchen nomination, Gus' action Is explicable has espoused Gen. Hardin's cause and at Lebanon for several mouths, Bklppcd lot, about two acres, on tho Huston-villplko, near tho toll gate, to W. 1'. only on tho assumption of every candi- Is moving heaven and earth In his favor, by tho light of tho moon, leaving nuCan sell you a lleauty mighty Cheap. Splendid lino of Thomas for $200. Mr. Fisher has purdate that he Is tho wholo thing in a is the most serious obstacle In tho way merous creditors behind. of Mr. Hardin's nomination. chased thu L. II. Hoyalty property hero raco. Tho confidence of candidates in Miss Mary Wilson, a prominent Tho three democrats In Dataware their own success even when everybody young society woman of Augusta, Kus., and has taken possession Just receiAed. Como and seo them and gel my price. KZTM, K. Avery Disc liar, else can rco that tboy do not stand a who voted for Addlcks aro preparing to committed suicide upon learning that rows Very CHKAT. Haworth Corn I'Iniitcrt; beit made, ghostof achanco hi a s'ways puzzled emigrate. Tho democratic Stato com- Alva Dlx, her lover, had been killed tho uninitiated In the business of run- mittee has acked them to resign and on tho battle Held of Maloloi. they aro In bad odor everywhere, a ning for olUco. Gen. Gordon has selected Col. Bensuspicion prevailing that Hid will Mi rert'lvcil liy tlio Iloitrd of nett II. Young to deliver tho memorial A dispatch from Frankfort says that thoy got big money for their duplicity. address at Charleston In May on tho Trustees of the Kentucky House of "during his stay thoro the "good gray IsliCollector Neat, at tliclr olllco, No. II of tho occasion of tho dedication of a monungton. Ky., until 'i o'clock, noon, of thu governor," as Worthlngton Is called, Frankfort penitentiary, who was apDavis. lentil iluy of April, IkV'J, for tlio following dispensed mercy with a lavish, hand." pointed deputy collector over MaJ. ment to Miss Winnie uiiii material", vltt Temporary parSTANFORD, KY. Dr. Joe Maury, Jr., of Owingsvlllo, labor In tlio muiiuul training bullilliig, Is thoro any use of courts and juries Dryo by Collector Sapp, has been re tition William Khelton, IWIilent, Ky., was drowned while on his way Uottii;u A complete, anil L'olluga No. going to tho trouble and oxponio to send moved and W. T. Huwklns, stamp dop heating anil Mrs. Nannie ti Saulley, I.ady l'rlnclpal; Honduras to tho United complete, Including plumbing,una simjciiicu law breakers to prison for a ulecirlc work In each, nun .Mii-uty at Lebanon, given his place. No from British curgo of sugar. Of .naiiiu raxiou, .liaiiieuiauck aim mysicai rclelire; nine tlon nro on lllo at tlio omVtt ot tlio lliuiiil States with a executive to turn looeo uoii reasons aro given, but H)IItics is at tho Alls r.uiui'a Alien, miliary uvpartmen persons on b ard thu vessel seven lost mul Willi J. II, llotlngul I.ulii;tnn, Ky., Miss Klleii llallou, Mtn.li; Department; tho unoffending publlo ulraost as toou bottom of It. uinl with Ulcliurd li Me'.'arty, arcliltucU, .wary iiiiutiaru, ah Department: m their lives. (,'nluuibua, Ohio. thoyaro convicted? Tbo lieutenant as Thu governor of Nebraska vetoed a Miss Flora llallou, Kloenllon and Physical Culture' "11UU John I). Young, Jr., was convicted In Tlio bid inu.l bu uililro-e- Jmarkedtlio guvernor is evidently trying to vopo bill comraonding tho bravery of tbo 1st Mm. Maitglo J. Martin, lloardlni; Department. IIoumj ot Ituforutl" lo of tho killing of his for unil mut be uccompuiiled by a with old Gov. Blackburn, whoso ad- regiment from that Stato because ho tho Menlfeo court In ministration Is remembered only for could not glvo his otllclal approval to cousin, Pllnny Fasrott, at Owingsvlllo, i'ertltit.il chock tlio lho hum ofi per cent of bid a a guurautio thut the amount of his wholesale abuso of the pardoning tho statement that tho war of conquest und sentenced to two years in the CypressShingloB. the con true tor furnUhlug (lie Mime will enIron Fence. Is tho third trial. The ter Into contract und furiiUli satisfactory This jiower. now being carried on In tho Philippines bond for elocution of thu work. be appealed. W, P. WALTON. Becrilury. Tin; Cincinnati schemu to change tbo is In dofeno of the principles of our oase will A dispatch says there Isnoabatcmeut Ohio river so as to add government, und is adding now glory uourso of tho Loutho cities of Dayton, llelluvuo, Nowiwrt. to our Hag. Tho Senate jiassod It over to tho spinal meningitis plague in MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, isville. Thoro aro over 75 cases in tho Covington and Ludlow to tho Queen tho veto, but tbo House couldn't. The Seamstress. City, will doubtless bo advocated by and nlno deaths were reported Tho raco bctwoen II. S. Irwin, of city, ... ISS Hardin and Stone, provided It can bo Louisville, and T. N. Edward, nf r itu,. Saturday. Tho disease U raglug Plain and IWilouuble ttowlug. Cuttlug and Metal Hoofing. H Work. :ASr dono before June. Water Works til. Kitting a KcUlty. . renceburg, for tho republican nomlna- - throughout the State. THE IMTERIOR JOURNAL Genuine Fiber For Less Money - ... A. E. GIBBONS, Danvilie, Piotures Framed on Short Notice J rs TH y, E"' J l'llch-lawye- rs Itouistfille Store ! ( K- The SPRING TRADE rcady-mail- I led g. I loot-we- ar DRESS GOODS. 0-l'-'Jc Dim-ltIt- -, "' ar photo-engravin- Z UlSt-UU- al 40 New Pieces of Matting-25c per Yard. 12 The Louisville Store. y, o When Easter Sunday Comes r, eo te untl-lotte- ry two-hors- e well-mad- o K. Wearen Son, Cotirt-IIoiii-- o SAY YOUNG MAN! Rubber Tire Buggy ? W. A. Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Carts. TO CONTRACTORS woll-gound- ed CARSON'S, STANFORD. Stanford Female College. s 1 mush-heart- peul-tentiur- A.c.smE, STANFORD, KY. WW f- s - NottTllKIlN seed potatoes nl Hrazloy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I & Carter'. Stukk r(Mm on Main Street for rent. W, II McUoiikktb U polo agent for No better time than now to buy. L&ndrcth's garden teed. Enormous ndvances In the East will cotno horo Inter. Severance. A; Sons. & I SrANFOKt), Kv., - Ant. 4. 1899 V. P. Walton. received nl Craig E. C. Wai.tom,. Huminksh Manaokii. 00,-O- Foil handsome silks nml crcioi)(i go to John P. Jones. Jf.WKI.HV neatly repaired. Ing it specialty. Dalton. Engrnv. Wk havo 11 record of moro thnn correctly filled prescriptions. Don't Wr.huvo liny, mlllot nnd straw In you think that untitle us to your conabundance. J. II. Haughman .V Co. fidence? Penny's Drug Storo Go to J. T. Jones for n Star Anehor PEBSONAUND SDCIETYGOSSIP. Bunco or jour old stoves repaired. Mitfl. J. T. Jonkx hai been quite TVKNTY-FlVpatterns of lino black sick. from nt Severance V ilot.PAM Hl.UAUT, of Corbln, wn crcpons to sulcct Sons'. . hero Sunday. KoiiKitT L. MattinuaV went 10 LouWk show tho largest assortment of isville Sunday. drees linings, feather bones, Ac. John Mil. ,Nll MILS. A. LlMIAN DKNNY P. Jones. will go til Louisville to llvo. Wiikn you need jour watch or clock MtHS Bva Goocil. of Wnynesburg, Is satisfactorily repaired take it to Dalton, visiting Mrs. Garland Singleton. children, of Main St., Stanford. K .1 vfv HaVK your dress fitted over n Koyul Worcester corset. We havo them In Clary. Jamks M. Thompson', of l'jist Hern- - nit styles. John P. Jones. . sladt, wus ho re to see Judge Alcorn cook at COOK. Wanted, u first-claSaturday. will sell you tho right kind of TUIININQ PLOW nnd tho best of FERTILIApWlllI.KJ. Novln Carter Is ltk In tho Vcndomo Hotel,1. Iluttonvlllo. ZERS. Seo them Moro buying his brother, Ernest Car- ply at onco to Mrs. . F. Steele. the country, ter, Is helping lu tho storo. TlIK College entertainment Thurs Mils. KI.I.A Hkwitt and children day night promises to bo novel nnd In-- INwent to lcxlngton Sunday to visit her teresting. Sccuru n ticket nl Mcltob-ori- s' sister, Mrs. L. K. Furlss. drug storo for .1"c. Mil. HAItTWKlX PlCKKTT, of Shelby, FlNI'.l). Armp aud George Petrey Is helping tho Severance llros. while wero fined Jil each and costs In Squire A. II. Soveranco I away. Miw. P. A. C110WDU8, mother of Singleton'n court al Klngsvlltu SaturMrs. II. 0. Huploy, Is barely ullvo this day for breach of Mmtha morning and sinking rapidly. J,00J. - Agetil K. II. Muhony has re of Preachersvllle, who died Sun- earlier than last year. Miss Ki.tZAinrrn Pksninotos re- ceived a dntfl for $2,000, amount of W. C. Whitney bought of John K. pneumonia, aged about oO. She turned Salurdnv from u visit to her pa- ixilley held by thu lato Robert Harnutl day of was u mo.t excellent woman of unusual Madden thu Imported brood marc, Middlesboro.--Lexington I.cad. rents In in thu Mutual Rcncllt, of Newark New Intelligence and great piety. Hesldcs Maori, nnd two lino yearlings for er. Is In Caoy InterJersey. Mil. E. C Wai.toN her husband, sho leaves 10 children to Especially if it is the M. S. Haughman will havo n number viewing tho circuit court crowd with sutler her loss. The remains wero In TlIK vury excellent progrum of Miss E Apparel to lucre anil in usual has bad Heath's recital apears in this Issue. terred In tho old Pennington burying of Nuboth's get handled this year and reference a good horseman would do well towi ito by : : : : weather for It. Head It und dccldu at onco to hear it al ground yesterday. to him. Mits. W. II. Shanks left jeatordav Walton's 0Hira House, on tho night of music Ot'it GtitLS in Camp.--Th- o Tho Houses of Reform at Lexington ti! Annapolis, Mil., to vl.lt her sUter, thu Ulh. for $ and elocution pupils of Stanford Fu bought a pair of mutes for iltiO, a pair 11... We take the lead. the wife of Lt. Carlo Hrlttntn, of the nulla Collogo will give this beautiful of horses for tho same amount and two W. L. McCAKTY, tho Kln'g.vlllcean-nlnnavy, who Is very 111. p The American Tailor Walton's cows at $20. mun, told us esterday thai ho little comedy of three ucts at TlIK ProgroMUo Home Journal tays (1th, unHeuben Gentry, who now manages CHICAGO that Miss MootIo Hurl und John M. had already contracted for ID acres of Opera House Thursday night,Kllen and of sweet der tho direction of Mltrus tho hog department on Vunderbllt's Hale entertained at progressive ouch re tomatoes, li'i of beans and deFlora Itallou, thu teachers of thoco North Carolina farm, 1b known as "Pig si thu toolal club ul Somerset a few H)tatocs. During the acts there will Expert Gentry." evenings slnoo. l)H. J. W. HllYANT has luvonted it partments. It. Cobb, Jr., of Hoyle, weighed his Mil-7-. Sanvohi) M. Allien, of Mil hog uholeraicuru, which promises to ba many vocal nnd instrumental numld hornless bull Loci! Ageot l vi.litug Mr. make his proprietors, Craig Ac Hooker, bers In which tho best pupils will take premium lertbnrg, hur parent. " And you will say we win In a gallop. the other day. Tho big fellow tipped and Mrs. K. P. Woods. wealthy. A number of farmers havo part. Admission -- and Xc. CSaiSialSuKKEXESKfflEXEX&etEsLSaUI tho beam nt 2,100. Mils. Okhh ha moved hcrdressmak- - used lion their hogs with splendid re IlAUUV. Wo regret that our young Two sows and 18 pigs, one sow with Iiil' business from her homo to one of . ults. friend, W. V. P.lchardon, could not pigs, two boars, three good mule cows, thu up slalr rooms In tho Eimore bis tltlo clear for representative somo hay, WILL Watkus, of Hoyle, was here read a horse, etc., for sale. Mark , block. Saturday to get u photograph of Judge of Hoyle. Tho delegate vote stood 14 Hardin, Stanford. Is moving his faml' Hit. E. J. HliOWN Napier's picture, which hungs In the for hlmto II for Minor and continued i J. T. Veateh sold 40 of thu best calves y to his property recently purchased of court house from which to muko u so till adjournment yesterday afternoon thai havo left this county for somo W. K. Varnon. Tho latter has rented painting for Col. A. K. Logan, who wus to a night session. Then, Editor Harry timo to Mr. Delaney, of Clark county, Mrs. A. E. Phillips' placu on thu Dan-vllGlovannoll telephoned us this morning, a comrade of tho dead judge. ut $2j Jessamine Journal. plku. Mrs. Phillips will move to C C. lljgby, Esq., a young attorney Tho LouUviUo A: Nnshville has sold Montlccllo. TllKlti: was Utile or 110 Interest here and protege of Hon. John W. Yerkee, TlIK Hluo Grans Steclul has a worthy In tho railroad commissioner conven was nominated. After tho 22d ballot to a colony of Dunkardsfrom Indiana a tract of 7,000 acres of farming lands In successor to Capt. Hon McGraw. Con- tlons. Hardly a sulllclent number was laH night, and tho dead-loc- k About the merchandise wo oiler or the prices we make. We male continutho vicinity uf Athens, Limestone coun W. J. Dlneen, ouo of the elovtr-es- t present al some of them to have a ing, Mr. Hlchurd-o- n ductor only such statement as sensible people can know are true We glvo arose nnd said ho ty, Ala. men on the C. S , has been gUcn chairman und secretary und then huvu would withdraw, If Mr. Minor would. the public credit for knowing something about merchandise, and James P. Hurper, of the West End, pcrmuncnl charge of lt. Tho run Is tho anybody to put tho questions to. therefore, try to advertise them In an Intelligent manner. Thai gentleman agreed to It und then did so well with u d of hogs al nicest on tho rood. T. P. Heed and Mr. Hagby wero put In Salisbury, N. C, that his partner, J. damage suit against John H. Gkntky lato of tho 4th Ky . TlIK trial uf thu A: securing u ma- W. Powell, started with a load to that Danville pike, by nomination. theMutter win the man accented from u list of -- 0 tho Crab Orchurd jority on the :id ballot. Thu solution place on his return. (losltlon us linomancle' J.J.Moore, for SiS.OUO damages for of tho matter seems to glvo general applicants for a J, C. Huys, of Crab Orchard, sold to of his daughter, will bu Of the business 's we have an immen'-- e stock of Spiing Goods and it for tho Crab Orchard, SUnford und Ml. tho killing satisfaction, our Informant says, as Mr. 40 cahes al $17; to Is business for us to offer them at prices which will attract your attcn Vernou Telophonu Co. His hcadipjur- - called ul Liberty this week. In u form- Hagby Is u splendid young man, well O. P. Perkins Griggs, of Garrard, six yearling steers tion and Mt. Ver er trial ho got u verdict for $17,000. tnrii will bo ul Crab Orchurd. quail lied und u good democrat. ul $10 and to another party Iii'yearllng non Signal. FlllKNIis of Capl. Stone, candidate i52 William Fiklus will move from his for governor, uro anxious for him to Sot'TiiKiiN It. It. Tho Courier-Journ- steers at -'. He nUo sold llloqHiund of yesterday says: "'Active hogs at 3c. plko this week to sieuk hero. A number havo authorizfarm on tho Somerset Frank Vaughn old 11 pair of mules Livingston und take chargu of the ed their names to bo signed to 11 peti- slops uro being taken to have the Hur-gi- n Your patronage. Look at our goods and get our prices You l."i bunds high, to Danvlllu parties at Eight Guble Hotel, which Mr. II. W. tion nsklng him to come, If anybody-woul- Southern railway extended from posslhly looso aud we to Middlesboro or Jellleo. A meet- $150; also 11 sow und three pigs to J. K. uccefully. It Is with Ulco has run so take thu trouble to circulate ti. ing of the board of trado of Louisville Haughman, of Hustonville, for $25. C. general regret that his neighbors give htm und his excellent wife up. It was u bright bui a very chilly aud tho commercial clubs of Louisville, It. Vanmeter sold to a Huston party h's I I). YOWLLL leavo Easter, recalling Etuiucit Logan's sug- Hnrrodsburg, Lancaster, Middlesboro well known horte, Templo Wilkes, for 11 Mil. AN Ml. S. Lebanon Enterprise. will bo hold In this $1,050 ow gestion u fow days ago thut the millin- and Manchester .a .5.. tomorrow for Klkton, where Mr. iviii UU JUUI stun 111 A E. W. Lee, who returned from nil will tako ehariro of tho new Louis ers ought to advertise u hot brick with city Wednefduy In regard to tho proSaturday, -- ays that fewer mules havo each bat sold. Very fow new hats wee posed extension. It Is believed by many vlllo Store. Our people dlsllkoto that tho extension is u certainty, und wero sold in tho South this winter thun thejoxeollont young couplo leavo nnd seen Sunday und thu ones who weuring them wero tho observed that engineers will bo at work In Juno fur several years. This was duo to tho heartily to tho good commend them making their final survey for thu lino." very low prlco of cotton. Tho prlco S of all the observer. SayEvury body know t the Douglass Shoes'S pooplo of their new homo. Stanford ought to tako a hand In this. was so low, In fact, thut much cotton Mksdami-- s M. S. Hauuiiman und J. Advocate-Les- s HOMKit WltAY, manager of tho tele- Mr. J. E. Hrucu says ho will glvo $50 was actually not gathered. W. Haughmun uttended n teu given by phone, who sleeps In thu exchange, losi corn will bu put In this spring toward tho right of way through thu Mrs. non Hrlght, of Hoyle, Friday. his underclothes by flru Saturday night. county and others of us nro oven more than for years, partly beouuso of thu Nourly ISO ladles wero prcseut und tho Ho jook u bath before rotlring und left anxious to sccuro tho extension. wet weather und partly because of tho liinniiPiin. thuv tell us. was n gem of them on a platform near the stove. A glance at tho map will show that determination of many farmers to raise culinary art. Tho colors wore pink something moro prolltuble. They claim When he awoke tho room was full of green und whlto and tho table decora smoke und ho was nearly sulfocutcd. Stunford Is on un ubsolutoly straight lino for tho extension and as every ono that us It can most ulways bo bought In tlons wero beuuilful Indeed. How tho clothing caught tiro Is a mys wo havo talked with will either glvo tho fall at $1.25 per barrel, lt Is cheaptery, us It is ulmost Impossible for tho right-of-wor monoy to pay for It, er to buy than to raise. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. sparks to get out of tbo stove. wo hope steps will bo taken to put In a CHILLEDltov. C. E. Uoswell, professor of unFAIlt tonight und Wednesday warm- no harm aud might bo TlIK Little Mission Hand of tho bid. lt can do dent languages In Asbury College und to us. Christian church had a very largu worth millions SJ.SJ member of tbo Methodist Conference AltHOH jiosts, 10 feet long, ut A. C. crowd died Saturday night at ul their egg hunt Saturday af Fatal Hoilkii Explosion. Tho of Kentucky,inflammatory rheumatism. Sloe's. ternoon, realizing at 10c admission boiler of Vest A: Johnson's saw mill W moro of Ed Long, a boy, wus shot und killed HAY, 30to40o jwr hundred. J. H. tlU.40. Nice refreshments wero serv soven miles from Kln.Tsvillo blow up ut Muylleld by Charles Carman, a ed and tho llttlu ones had a royal time. Friday, und us u result u boy, young country lad. Ilaughman A: Co. (lobort Sautlcy found tho greatest num- Carman, who happened to bo there, is TWO residences on Main Street for ber of eggs 13, and got first prize, dead and Sam Swconuy, who was u sale. Apply at this olllcc. Longfellow's jkhjiiis. Clara Cooer and member of Capt. Penny's Co., Is tcrrl -" 11V cottugo for salo Leo Huydcn tied for second prlzo, find- bly wounded. It seems that Harlan A nick ing - each, und Miss Cooper won 011 Camden, a green youth, who wus very cheap. Cull on J. S. Hughes. " r hud somo trouble MISS NANNETTE CAMILLA HEATH, For Silo by tho untlo und got a nice calendar. Hustonvillk. A car loud of llmo In keeping up steam und In order to AfSIKTHIl 11V Dit. J.G.CAllPKNTKlt Is buck from "hold her down," us ho suld, chained and comoni on bund and for sale. W. BEASLEV, US3.MAEY0AI1EARD St. Louis, where ho went to deliver u tho lover of tho sufety valvo down, C. Greening. course of lectures to tho students of thu AT will "Pvo fixed her bo sho nunwNiMi. Fred Petrco, who wus Hurnoa Medical Collego, whl'ih wus hold now." Ouo of tho men looked and Walton's Ojert House, Tuesday, April 11. Bubject to Ills, was found deud In Hur- founded by Dr. A. M. carpenter, u saw thut ulroudy 140 pounds showed, ricane Creek, near Waynesburg, Sun- grand-soof George Station Curciitor, whereas 100 to 110 had been tho maxil'llllliltAMMi:: r i)iuu ZviiuMj day. As his body was in shullow und u nutlvo of this county. Tho Col- - mum, lna fow MIm Distil. tho explosion it Is supposed that ho must havo lego Is tho largest west of tho Missis. came, tearing out tho und of tho boiler ruloiiiUl!iUUiiteoi.'illlwulvjr. J. '. U. I'urktr. Mr. In It und died fallen fuco forward I ItHejr Islpplutid thooth iu size in America nnd fearfully scalding tho boy mention- "SuWasl." Will be ) Ps Wulfllupinr ho could recover himself. It has 0.1 pupils, m of wuom uru from ed above, who, ulthougn almost com- "hlIJll!srinintloMarki-t,"Mlu Heath. ' Itoliyii Kentucky. Another Carpenter, Jumes pletely roasted, lived for 48 hours. "Von." Mlu 11.1th. TlIK ground was covered with unow ul CUuillui siij Ujrutlilt," TbuiuMua M. a brother of Dr. A. M., Is lu tho Sweeney wus also badly scalded und "Tli ! this morning, showing thut at least an Mlullvalh. and Is now u mil- struck In tho side, besides being Injur (iocdullria, Uut inch foil during tbo night. This makes real estato business Mr. falling lionaire, Our Dr. Curpeuter has a ed Internally. It Is bald that If ho "Wlien I'm Mirrlwl," llt'Mlejr. Tonml three In a week, a heavy ono In midrecovers ho will bu minus ono ear. Tho "Sletldug Car Ihviis."illas Heath. lost Tuesday afternoon and another standing otTur of a chulr cither llowvlla oldest Inhabitant wifery or gynecology, at u big salary, Irony of futo was shown In tho fact that Sundav nleht. Tho Itutiloitrln who was standing by Valw Cairlo, U tho but can not atTord to glvo up hi largo i.'n.tinnni-narmaMrt. lSuilr, will havo to glvo it up that this Paly from latab, Injured Uwest Prices. Work Guaranteed. longest, wettest und coldest winter ho practice. Ho will, however, deliver u I thu boiler, was notis about in ttio least, Cunt Sntus Mlnllealh. 250. loss Tho property course of lectures during each term. evcriaw, ss flat Lick, are visiting Mil. G. C. SMITH and Mrs. Annie Mc ... TlIK U. S. supremo court delivered n decision yesterday knocking out tho Wantkii. Highest market prlco for banks of Kentucky In lliolr suit to fresh, yellow Hotter, Eggs, Meat, ka. maintain tho Howltt law, and they will Warren As Shanks. bo taxed as other property. OL'K CUSTOM Kits Tell us tt nro LAND AND STOCK. selling black creons 2."o on tho yard less than they sco them nnywhoro clvi. G. A. Swlncbroad sold to James ny. Sflvcrnnco A: Sons. an 11 mrtro for $100. Tin: fiscal court Is convening to lay W. M. Muthcny has bought a lot of tho county taxes as wo go to prcs,wlth hogs recently at .'to. Judge Haltoy and Squires J. A, Sin AtG. W. Harmun's sale In Washinggleton, W. D. Wnllln, W. A. Coffey ton county corn told at $2. and J. II. Haines present. J ml go Ilallcy Hutcher cattlo aro eelllng at 2 to 3c tells us ho hopes to be ablo to cut off In Somerset, says the Journal. 2J cents, making SI In nil, Stuto and Pair of good work mules fur sale. J. county. W. Bauffhmon, Stanford, Ky. . Next Monday Is horse show day here. TlIK Centre College tJlcoClub.whlch has inado much reputation as n musi- Saturday Is show day nt Hustonvlllc. Howmnn Tcrhuno has bought In this cal organization, will give on enter tainment April 14 nt Hustonvlllc for county P0.000 pounds of tobacco nt lie Good second-han- d Dccring Hinder tho benefit of tho Presbyturlnn church. Tho admission Is only 2.c and for that for salo cheap. M, S. Haughman, Stan small sum you can enjoy good music ford. Mrs. Jack Chlnn sold I2.S hogsheads of und help a good cause besides. . tobacco In Louisville ut Ti to 10 cents ATTKMITKI) Hai'B. Deputy Sheriff n pound. They W. L. Wood arrested near May wood Twcntv Meddler ycurllngs, belonging Saturday night and lodged In jail here, to W. C. Whitney, have arrived at George Howard, charged with attempt- Lexington. ed rape on Victoria Mulllne, both colorWilliam Djdd, of Hustonvlllc, (Old to ed. Ho Is said to huvu knocked the Agnow, of Philadelphia, u harness geldgirl down, whon her screams brought ing for $180. assistance nnd ho ran oil. Trial next A sale of 11,000 cattle was made at Saturday. Fort Worth, Texas, for shipment to LrNKTOitu. Kev. II. II. Muhony Nebraska at $18. Cherries uro already being shlpDed prcitrhcd tho funeral sermon of Mrs. Lunslord, wife of John Lung-fin- from California to tho Kat, two weeks Latkst designs In crcpo paper tc Mocker's. just SEE HERE, SIR How about your Spring Gloihlng? Have you purchased are having a lively trade this scnion In ! It yet? Wo Why shouldn't wo when we nro selling the tamo goods, name lining, same grade of work, with as good, and sometimes heller, lit m suits your lallor aiks 15 to 120 more for? Sco our lines In all grndrs before making your purchases, f 18 nnd $20 MEN'SFINESUITSATmiS ROWLAND A CO., ttrniothlug, Shoes, Hatx, Ac, No. 309 West Main Si., DANVILLE, KY. BE&ZLET & CUTER .Havo, Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. THE APPAREL MAKES JTHE Iman 1 Underwear, Shoes, Dress Shirts, MADE-TO-MEASUR- Fred Kauffmann VM g 10 ... J. P. JONES, See Our Stock ! three-year-o- JOHN P. JONES. m,ssi2&&sFJtas& lu NO APRIL FOOL mm car-loa- TIE TBUTH al BELIEyE IT 1 -.-.- SEVERANCE A SOWS. BUY THE mmim&fm&mymg5fiim&mtt ay 1 And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- RECITAL. llvo-roo- The Best In The World. HIGQINS & McKINNEY. 1 n wa-te- bo-fo- io .... MR ETES ! I Accurately Tested And Fitted CR Al G&M)CKER'S v THE INTERIORJOURNAL H JM . CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. Chris McC'luro Is feeding up wards of 100 hops and 40 odd fine cattle on tho distillery slop. A. M. Lamoort sold nt auction Satur day a nlco lot of boots and shoes and will only carry now a lino of jjrocerles. Andrew Uucbanan sold a nlco lot of shoals nt ale K. H.'Uronaiifih Is preparing to tako - racers to Newport to bo ready for tho coming meet. Mr. J. O. IUnchart'.hus opened a first class butcher shop In tho McKlnney building, where bo is prepared to supply the town with nlco meat cheap. l'cto Holdara, a most respectable colored man, belonging to tho father of J. F. Holdam, died of pneumonia near Ilea Lick and was burled hen tho 2Sth. Ho had considerable property. Mrs. Mary Morgan and sweet llttlo children, of McKlnney, were the wel- como guests of Mrs. Margaret Gormloy Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. D. G. Slaughter Is not so welt at this writing. Wo were sorry to hear of the illness of Mr. Sam Holdam, whohas consumption. Mr. Braden, of Georgetown College, will gtvo an Interesting entertainment at tho Baptist church here Monday night, April 10, to which old and young aro kindly Invited. Tho purposo Is a noble one, tbo admUsIon fee only 10c, so we would like a crowded house to y t.tollAAliclXvi.d.aA.yai AT LA3!"tld.v 2 1KK VKA.lt IN AUVANCffi AV When not toptid3.BO will t chirred. UK. tib 1:04 a. 1J:00 2:30 m u. a.m. PAT. r. m. .12 XI p m . 2 41ara 1W neighbor. "So. My four wires are settling' it among themselves as to which of tbero ! really boslng me. I never Interfere when this dispute occurs. I simply tako a vacation and enjoy myself." Washington Star. Onlr Kanrr. Husband (on hi return from Why, my dear, what Is tbe buil-new- Ran of III Affair. The Mormon smiled placidly nt he leaned against the front gate and listened to tbe noltc of conflict which floated out of tbe house. "Aren't you frightened 7" saked a Put Your Finger on Your Pulse You feel the blood rushlnc along. But what kind of blood? That is the question. It It pure blood or Impure U n cnndlilMo for Hie IpUlnture. auliject to Hie ncllon of thn ileniix'ratle party . joiin:ii. miller M. Itciirevntstlrp from Iho county Hip oftlci' of of Lincoln, subject to tlm action or llio 'He Announce lil randldney for HON. F. NORTH lo mocrscy. SFKI3STC3-- , TrccHa PlantH, VIiivn. '99. ) KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. Stanford t No. 4 No. St ArrlTeaatKnwlandat No. 21 Uare Stanford tt ter? I.tw AmlJt!MntorJt S:' KNOXVILLE DIVISION. JU. 14 Train going North . " " " Ha. " South . Ha. IS " " For sllll'ointa. You look III. Wife (faintly) Obi Jim, I've Just been reading some patent medicine advertisement, and I find I have 10 t, any one of which may prove fatal. Any aiopcr. dls-ase- mat- . Hi k iu pm sonon tickets told. at it? Domratlo Tyrant. Oh, John, tbe paper Is offering a prUe for a decriptIon of a model husband. Mr. Folelgh You want to take a try A Mrs. Folelgh IIAGUAOE CHECKED THKOUOH. For anj Information enquire ol JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky, AMD Mrs. Folelgh Yes, please. Mr. Folelgh All right. Just get tbe pen, Ink and paper, and I'll dictate to you. Cincinnati Enquirer. you are weak and languid; your appetite Is poor and your digestion It weak. You cannot sleep well and the morning finds you unprepared for the work of the day. Your cheeks are pate and your com- are Jlexlon it sallow. Youboils. with Dimples, or some eruption of the skin. wny not purify your blood ? blood? if the blood Is Impure then Telephone::. Imt udl illrivt nt reaiuiniilile nrlcci. hlrawtwrry and Tree Ctaloifiie on nnpllratloti In II. F. IIII.I.KNMKYKIt. (I0l-l- Slirulx, fruit and Ornamental Trri. Orelnml, m PrulU anil every tiling for Ijwn and Harden. Wo emplov no Kenl.- m& the of .1B Thero is no part of our bus I nets which does no I receive its full slitre of attention lslngluu. hy Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallird Air. ilotk W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., BHUGf, aLnncnHtcr. Ky. Mjt:ijicirjCH I e. vjs'jj roiiK'i aoony by any In the I'hyatcUn In sltend-anc- we carry arc not surpassed Ofllce In the New Thompson 'llulldlnjr. 7 In Proof Thereof. Customer Are these egg strictly fresh? Trtln. lesre Frankfurt t 7 am. And 8:M r. ., c Q. onnKtlug at (ieorgetown with p. A C. And Paria Grocer' Clerk Yes. sir. You haven't m. law Paris t 8:40 a. m. and :10 found anything wrong with the cgg tit tVlJ a. M end 8:SO dr. .. connectingst "foJSJ! reaching (own with Q A C, you've been getting here for the last greet him. fc " nd'- 'SosmiNEWTOX. A. O. P. A. month, have you? Mrs. Pennington reorganized tho Customer N'o. Sunday school at Holmes' School-hous- e QUEEN & CRESCENT. Grocer' Clerk Well, these are a part Sunday with very good attendance. All of the same lot. Chicago Tribune. interested in their children's wolfaro Treina pua Junction Cltr aa lollowi: -- 4 11pm .12 02 n ro No. 2 North lie Wnan'l Afrnlil. No. 1 South arc invited to attend and bring their U i fVn. itf W u'llt iln If. T No.S " "4 " " Her Papa You must remember, sir, " ....!lisnra " 6 " . l?'Pra children. A. M. Lambert preached a Slam No. and then put your finger on " ....6uuam most Interesting sermon at tho Chris that my dnuchtcr hna been used in ..80Spm "10 " No. your pulse again. You can an atmosphere of refinement. No. 1 and 2 do not Mop. 9 And 10 run no furfeel the difference. tian church Kastcr morning. It is ther than Junction CltrThe Younr- - Man Yes. she told me stronger and your circulation Wo saw two sweet girls going from the other night that the perfume she better. Send for our book on door to door leaving Kasier emblems uses costs $2.40 an ounce, but 1 know Impure Blcod. and we couldn't help thinking how where I can get a big ditcaunt on the If you arc bilious, take much we can all do to help brlghton same stuff. Chicago Dally News, Ayer's Pills. They greatly each other's lives if we only would. A aid the SmaparllU, They Tun llml for Him. bunch of llowers Is a little thing to cure constipation also. He was very tall und thin, and a faleave, but a volume of good may be cetious friend used to call htm "a peI Wrlla to ou Dootoru. destrian competition." He stood It for rcuped from the deed. nt tbrm f relj All tb rtlrnlAri ,u iwni uvv. Messrs. J. II. Collier and Xaplcr, some time; nt lasthensked: "Why?" in. '! rvcrivv pronift rplr, without "bccai.Sc AddretA. DU. J. O. AVF.lt, Bros., who are among our most enter-- 1 ' "Ilecause," said the F. Lowall, Maaa. prising citizens, have bought material J'ou always remind me of n walking- match!" Ally Slopcr. Made from pure and ure erecting u largo saw mill at cream of tartar. A Correct Gnm, Maywood. Mr. John Turnbull-- , Sr., is "That man's attentions to me nra preparing to locate his mill near here most offensive, and stocks from walnut food for cutting cunSam's use. He has tlm! xlon or "emf?0 fortune-hunte-he hits the renulaDo you got-ber, for Unele suppose It Is papa's wealth that allures Lincoln County tun judgment against the L. : N. for him?" for $125 for a mule killed. Her Close Friend (thoughtuflly) National Bank. "Wo do love to tell all the good things Why, what else can It be? Til-I!lAlton baking powders are the greatest wo hear said of people, so we will state Capital Mork.'tH-O.O'jtnenacers to health of the present day. Immune. this: A lady who has just recovered Kartuen IUdV Grandpa Don't get scared, Willie: N.ocrMortaThe tame manamrnt Trut Coniuy conlliiu- and unJtr SOYA! BAAINO SOWOCB CO.. htw YORK. from a most dangerous spell of sickness 1he tiger is about to be fed; that's ouly fur '. iwr. here, Mild she would sc much like to what makes him jump and roar so. recommend Miss Lizzlo Gormley to any I ain't afraid of Willie (casIly)-O- h. and ull in need of a nurse, for she knew him, grandpa. Papa's the same when MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror.. d sho was to occupy his meals ain't ready. Illustrated just how t Ittentucky. this ofllce, as sho owed most of her re- American. covery to her careful treatment. The lint In Itie World. re)Uou wlirprore wuliiil Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid llopln;uch buoln y Mr. Charles Kudd, Sr., was "i years The Manager Want to enter the ly lieneiuiAi ana pieajant. Porters tabic Everything walking match? Have old March -- 3, and in honor of tho event jou 89 meet all trains. DiniXTMlUM bis good wife prepared an elegant din trained? The. ppllcant Have I trained? Why. J.J. Wllllai.il, ncr at which tbo whole generation was Owey, Sr., J.s.William (.i.nh, returned from starring present except "Goodie,'' who is in sir, I hate justN. Y. A. W. Carpenter, in "Hamlet." Journal. May ho eat many moro Manchester. W. 11. Cuuiiutii., . J. IX l.ynn, such dinners. Mrs. Dr. Cooper und Dr. A Chwiier Joy. S. II. M.anka When the shirt waist in the window J. P. Cah, Kcddlcft last week for Livingston, With the season's tide recurs J. II Owiler. tuklni' Miss Fannie with them. Miss Maud Is clad, but I am Bladder, UI'FKT.lt9. For It takes her mind from furs. few & 1 ii&Las&y IT Capitola Slaughter entertained a Mr. Chicago Dally News. S. 11 bhanka, Pretldent; friends at her home :ilst of March. . J, II, Owilcy.CA.hler; W. M. Ilrlgbt, Aut. Canhler George Holmes Is sick. Oil Clli:t.IlSS., As wc went down Main Street l&et Saturday morning thinking how bleak und cold uverytblng looked, wo found ourcclvcs In u bower of spring beauties Of Viluabls Stasfird rrjperty and .Whitley before we were hardly awaro of it. The C:iaty C:al Lands. room was beautifully draped In tbo newest and loveliest shades of satlis, I.I.NCnl.N ClltCI IT CorilT And Dealer in ribbons, flowers, birds everything Pint Naliiuial Hank ofMaiiford, I'laliillif, VaMlv .iiAry Anion, .vc . iwirii'ienia. .oiu oi Mir. Uhat could pleaso tho eye, tastily ar In i.tieillenre to a Judjcmeul of aale reiidrrnl In HAR2TESS, SADDLERY, $0. ranged. Over $300 worth of everything B.BH.? ine aiioe aiyieii lame auu anion ai ine I m llifl mil l JanuAry term, Imv, lbeuuderUued iviiiuilamluuer KY. STANFORD. ladies like. If you will call to see Mrs. win on King you will see what I saw. FMNKFOHT CINCINNATI. reach-Im- - Ml i8 r , -- S& city. Our Prescription Departnienl, however, is cotinidert'd the most Important and DR. W. L. LOWDER. PHYSICIAN AND DHIHHJIST, the utmost rare is exercised Iu compounding and filling (inlets. The purity of llie drtiirs tiled and enatire perfect IrMltta slxo-lut- o McKlNNltY, l'rerlntlon - KlCNTUCICY. I)y or (IKl.om Cnrrfullv Coin)UUilcd Ntslit ncctiracy.in tucsturing and welshing KOTICE I havn on TO FSRMERS. lisnd and for asle Penny's Drug Store. TO THE FARMERS All nations urn learning title ! FORTY BROKE MULES. Will cll from one In a car-loa- d 1 LIVERY, iSH) II, - rSEC AKS SALE STABLE. 0. POX Hot i. Ilanrllle ly Alii lrMn Iiiiplc-inctilN ONboruc Where others fall Farm RoVal against alum. A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon f('m& Htanford, Ky. A&y OracwOT.r MclVberls X?C7X Succeed perfi-ctfo- Baking Powder Safeguards the I. .. llulldlcf . Hrug SUre In the Owsley AImi nionev ran liui only jwrfect liOI.I.KK UKAfllMl In elt-roce- , suurtng nl ! Ilrnralleliteat draft and loiiKist lite A full line of repair alwats kept on hand It a now time towiw oats T the Iirer. ground properly liuvTrilder Oiliorne llav St-ot- ir and Mnwera Their dr to lielnp bunt of tho tiri tted mmt csHVlallr our llln material that Ivlnc fllli-c- l with the la emi- 3STOTIOE. airalnt tlioTurnemvlllr. to Hi" un fry's Mill Turnpike will ilerwlgniil al Turnemvllle. Ky . by April IV IpW, or llir will lw lrred II. V (MH)t. j All I KANK HOI.T.CI.AW I tin Stanfortl, K. f wNm. holding certificate or Arlalrat tof MrMniiet npiuM 9JB m cured AI out tain 01 andWklskcy faklts home with lieulsrs SI H. U r. Dun. lot North I'ryor MOOLLtT FREE CO.. L ir The Cleveland lilcycles Tor sale. Also Ueutlng anil 11IK Wn Mason Hotel first-clas- s. from lrfuiMlngon llieu. Satpifacllon warn all' H'txm whatever, lor any jiurpiiM. under penalty of tho law jiniYldol In such ejMHt. IIANVII.I.K I'VI I.HCtl, HA.SMI.I.K, KV. H II IIAl'OIIMAN. T. D. NEWI.A.NH. No IIS Third M J. W. HAt'tillMAN A.M. PF..NCK. have 'imUm1 our lauds ami lierrhr POSTED. Jilt- .1. r.. I" M M t.uarunttril. well-fitte- Lancaster, Solioits Your Bank TO Account, FARMERS. I K I'ATTEIfKiX S. II SHANK. J. - I.V.N N J. II. McKl.NNEY K. M IIACHIIMAN. V I)UIM1 Setl InisheU six-da- Ollrer J.G.JtfcGkAY f c!yfy Moji'r llucktxiards and llunjl.' lliirden Plow and I'oulilr Miovel. All kind of furniture and any plivo or Hud of Iliirnc ton want Call ou 3 II. rt. CAHPF.NTKIt. llt'STiovil.l.n. ur. Malta Cultivator. -l DwrlliR Hull and lla I Hearing Hinder IKerlngltnll and lull Hearing Mower iillliil l'liiiniid U- ltelr. In the world l ont for sale J. A. M II. McKIN.MV. ri'.I.AMi. J TliaN-rri- l WAItK. OWSI.KV. Ml mien:. Unda i I FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. spiendll lann of ?lt acrre In Soutbeail Kanu the Ml.iurl line Well rarinlngeountry, Ihicklr seitle.1 Mill ki ouea.y trrmsor tratle f..r (arm iu Central ken lucky. In a lo SJ.I..I dlflmni tra.le. (lo) ;.ddreH.n , Slanlunl, Ky Ml11llr.fn.11l inI n,r!l'" FIRST NATIONAL BANK or sTANioiin. ky, Surplm, U.3:0 CavlUl Stock J100.0M. that III. I. a.ailaa.1 11 Iti .i....l....llk lUDktn WMfcfil. thU Utn onlrl.l-National fltas. VaillnnSlI llainV Un. . Afl urtl notoulr 17 h capital atoca, ai lockboWera1 liabintj or an amount but bv tbo ..... JuIiah nflhl. Inatlll. ... ." I He awors Hon are srurrd by a fund of IJCO.usi the Hank autrmtntaol tb condition ol (loferniuenlareuiA.lt and Its each tear In tbe l'nlte.1 Stales AsetaArefiAmlnedAlstAte.l limes by guT.rniuenl .. w,...-- agenia, tnua secuii H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Kv., Ih Kccclvlnj; IiIn rej Commissioner's Sale fl UNDERTAKER! .... Fall And f The Favorite Line rTTK nr Ohio Cut ir Tum.imi, l.UAaCoi.Ml, ". I'iiink J.Ciit.vhV main tutu that lie I. the ai'nior farther unim Arm ofK. J. t'llK.xr.r A Co.. d.ln Iiur1ua In theCltvuf lulMo. (Juuutv and Mule arureMlJ, anil tint nald Unit will imy tbe uuiutO.Vi: lll.MMIKD iNII.I.AItn lorrailianj erery t'aie of Catarrh (bit suuut lie currl by Ibt I LOTJISVIZiXiPi CI-3.XCAG- KUANK J.CIIKNKY. wrIl to lfure me and Aiilmril'eil In my re elite, I 111. Ulli day ol lKeiulr, A. H. lv.. uwuf lULL'aC tTtiiHii Ci m' Trains Morning and Evening from ion .Station, 10th unci Un- Noury Public lljll'i Calurrb ( me la taken Internally ami uC ilirHlly uii IbebluM and luucoua iur(a( uf the etld fur levtimunlali, free. arsleiil r. J. ciu:xi;v a co , Toledo, . Nilil by llrilKgMt. .nc m I'TtT. tlill.1 I A W.(ll.KAOK. ai and lib. Utilities fur transacting builnes prumptlrbouorahl. Its long and rally than ,er rarr Areounts ! Indlilduala, flduclarlea.Dinir Jh'ji, County Court Day, In front of tbe Con.it HuuM)iliHjr In StAnf.iril, Ky.,afllat imblic outrry and IndlThluaJa solicited. biRSCToai. Iu the blghrtl atd Ul bldiler Hie IuIIuwIhk J Wllayden. Stanford pmj.rty lur tbe puiM. of atlif) lug plain-tlrt'- s F. lleld, Unroln Co.; K. II UlUjIllUSU. Judgment a(ilnt delemlanta for Jl.iTI.M, U T ll.rrla. ' wlili a per nut luieri! fnoii May l lai, until J. S.llocker, " Tl '. Hill. Kentucky kild and Hie i ml i fllir action 1. .. w p. Walton " .rii...i. ernon. HuBtonvillo, 11 rv.nurr'r.l.OrehM M. J. Miller. Mt. i. me improtei pari 01 ueien.iiui .iiary i proieity on I'auville .Ireet 1 Stanford. Kv , i , D.EIuwe, etauford. Otters hlastrtlir. to Ik wil of Writ Ml mlri Imluding Dwell"i'oor little man! And It's your niii.l.lliiL'nf I1 . sod Caaey counties. ull atock ol (otSuaand Cask. orricsta. Mable, Yanl and liardvii taalwAfaon hand brother that bus gone through the ice, ing, 11 HiU due not realise a aultleletit amoum to J'S. Hoe ker, Pie.ldenti J J MrltntN-nCaiblt ' 6 l, 8. Carpenter. Manager, A A 'MrKlnmv A"l.lanil'ilr. is It?" aatlkfv Hie JmUmeiit tbe lOioiuUatuiier will tbeu ell tbe t iilnieorel litof Hire.. Aerea adjoining on "Yes wlf my new tKa-ate- s and I J.I of the I' . aire lot. Alter Mlllng tbe what I'te never wore! if they'd been pruiifrly In lota, aa almte atale.1, lbeeiuiuiiMioiirr will street a. a pr.iiertyuii his own he wouldn't hate gone uud wholellieniiell tbe the l.l.l whichI'jutllletbe giealeat 1. fur and aitept drownedl" Judy. amount net-lo-- tThlslnsllTutlon orislnAlly estAbllshe.1 as the nusll lUnk ol StAiiford In 1M. then rw.rgan red a !h..Sallonsl Hank olStantord in 1WJ AudagAlc reoraanlied as the Klrst NaIIouaI lUnkol SUnlurd la 1AM. bsA hil prAetlrAllr Anunlnlerrupled slat. t. Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Kit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. rear. .. .... MONDAY. APRIL IOTH, J. X. SUTTON, UndortiiUor, Southern Railway Tim SOOTH'S Hall Umily 1111a ara the Kit. -- Patsungers deniring information and Tho beauty of Chuttiinooga und ratet to WIccoiibIii. Minnesota, ftebraakn and its liistorlcassoolutlons, and points in the far West, Including should address muku it a delightful pluco to visit at any time; but it will bo doubly uttruc-th- o Frank J. Kced, Gen. l'as. Agt . during tha Spring Festival, which E. II. H.tcon, Din. Pass, Agt. will occur thero Muy 2d, 3rd and 4th. & Gen. Mgr W. II. McDoel, It will bo ono of tho most brilliant Charles II. Uockwcll Tratlic Mgr. affairs over known In this country. Tho Q. & C. will make a ralo of ono faro for tho roundtrlp from all points South of u, Ylco-Pres. Broadway. I.lli'rnlly As tho nowly-captur- True. horse-ttile- f OangUd from the lofiy tree. In a wlilsner hoarse he muttered! "This suspense Is killing met" -- N. Y. World. Iftbetjlnof tbliproitvfallalo lulngstul. tuuy Hie Judxmeut Hie ivnnula. loner will Hieu iwll OH Arret ol s Ai Aeie 'tract of lard In Wbltlev (oiinly, Ky., lying on tbe l.a.l tl.lr ofthe rlibl of way of the luUllle A n A Iiileulaiiiount Daily Somerset. A THOfbA.Nl GEEffiST PKNETItATKe SYSTEM. EIGHT GREAT STATES Ktiatuckti TunutiK, Virginia, Georgia North und tSoutli Uurolluu, Alabama, MtuUklppl. Through Sleeping Cars between '.oulavllle am' tiiu buulli THREE DAILY TRAINS KCli W Town Topics. m Tho Stutu dupartmont Is advised of I'ruuerly I'aeU. successful experiments In wireless te Fudge Is there anything that will In Franco, over 13 miles of pull you out of this fit of tbe blues? legraphy epaco. Budge Well, a corkscrew might. UH'UUKU;! YCAItS. iONtiLI.S Could not esireu tbe rapture o( Annie K. Sprlu-jjer.o- f Howard Hi., Phlladrliibla, Pa., wbtu lie luuud lliat lr Klui'aNew Ulieorery for uuitlon bad completely cured ber of hacklus tbat fur many yeara bad uaade life s burdvu. Y. Weekly All otberieiuedleaaiiit Uoctvra cuuld fdre ber bu help, but abeu)aof Dili Ibiyal Cure: 'It aoou tbe ialu Iu iuy tbet audi can vow ftltep Hardy I'usalble. aouudly, aumtlblns 1 tan MArtely reiueuiber doing Proudlelgh My father, you know, belnre. 1 tvl lite aouudlbtf IU pnlaea tbrout;but Ibv t'nlrerau." Mo will eviry one wko trie Dr. was a member of congress, and Klug'a .New Hlwovery for sur trouble of lite Do Sinnick 1 bruit That's all right, old ('bettor Lunn, Price .VXv ami II. IrU In. I lie. free at Penuy'a lrug store) ever bottle guar chapl I daresay you'll be able to live it aaleed. down. (u llutv lo Jin ii n e II, 'llieproirtyon IaurllleMnitluSuiirnl, Ky, Miss Fuzik 1 want to break my en- la Iwunded on Hie Nurtb by land of II. (1. Cralg'a I don't devlaata and It. C. t or mi, hiul W laud of M I gagement with Mr. Sapple, but Portuian'a deriaiva and J A. Mllburn, ou Niulb know how to do it without driving the by .Mackille, on lljiidlle Mlett, It. II. Cralg'a dctitete' and It I Warren poor fellow to suicide. 'lbe land tlluated In Wbliley County. Ky , la Little llrother Why dou't you let buuuded Xoilb brUndtotJiiellcuueltaiid Henry I. Ilruiiiimti, Weal by landaor Win. Sayera and him see you In curl papers just once? Mrs. 'I harp, South by laud of Col. (illlia1 lirlra, ltoxbury Gazette. lout by landa ol lloyd, Jouea A laporcw. 'Ihla trail of laod has iiu II tine Coal and Timber wlikh Is cuiireiileul to I. A H II It (ur shipping I.lbert's I.llnlliilloua. 'I made on iredilsolti Immigrant At last 1 am In free and tuna, 'I bo sales will Im giud Nrauual s.url U luontha. IloiiJs with A man can do pretty much ly, bearing II per tent lute real troiu date unlil paid. America. lurceaudetttxtol as he pleaiek In this country, can't he? s ayable touniiiuluioner, baringthe jiurihawr, judgment, will I miulred ol It. I WAIHil.N, Master (oiuuils.loner, Native unless lie's married.--N- . We-t- .Nk.li.llle lUllroaJ. I If IbU falla Iu aatl.fv tbe Judgment tbe nun mlaaloner will llieu rl Die iV Airnof aald Whit leylouulir 'Irart h lug on ibe Weal aide ul tbe I, A .N lUilroad Paper At the rate of Tbs Direct Line From Cincinnati Via Dayton., Lima to ledo, Detroit, ToA THE 6lc A10NTH. BESTANDCHEAPEST DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Michigan And Canada. S trains on S trains eierr weekday. Sunday Pullmausud Wagn.r Sleepers on ulghtlraliia. Veslihole.1 Parlor Cars 011 day trains, THE BSST OP THEM ALL!! Ciuciiuiatl To Chicago. a trains ou 4 trains aierjr werkday Sunday. Vestihuled Iralua Pullman standard and Comartiiient SlHplug Cara, Parlor CJia and Cafe Hilling Cars. EXCEPT SUNDAY, iLlPPlNCOrfS aMONTHLYJIAlkTAZINe Cincinnati To Indianapolis. CUaluaettry weekday. i trains on Sunday. $1.00 $1.80 $2.00 Tow n Topics. uui- - y betweeu Louisville sod If ilngloo 1'. A A. TUKK, O. Wellington. A.. I. D, U. ' V. II. TAYLOE, A. O Louiirllle, Ky I 3 years with a cousli, und I sulTerud Intrruntloiml Troubles, pent hundreds of dollars with docturs uud "What do you think about this lor uieuii'iuo to uo avail until I um4 ur. rersal peace movement?' Hull's This IliaktS Weak luntre Btrfintr. "I will do to quarrel about at It btin ktiv. il tm llfo.- -J II. Itosefl, aranuburg. 111. it anything." Chicago Jteccrd. ' veil Contains a enmnlAtji nnwul In Trv tintn. T . our. ..ji..:--rquanllly uf Useful in miuiiiou ioiu Fait Daily Service to d cutertslulog reudlng matter. Xm eonffnu4 efarlM. tenfrls mr a WcHt KaiiHHH QjeefloHUOfa to vtumt rtuittr: . tV'ugner should be In every household. SubParlor lars It pally Pullman sml scription. (3.00 jier j cur. ou Hay 'Iralua. . Aguite wuntecf in every town, to whom the iuot UUrul toUuccineuU will be offered. General Southern Agent. J. 8. UrriNCOTT COMPANY, FabUsheri, J, OJ. Maii"J, iraT ( bm, nu.,.. , B I.KAIIX, 1, (J. Kuwasua, Past. 1 luttic Mauager. sTHIlADUPHIA. .... for OAiontln. .... for Month. .... for 3 I At the rale of Year. City and the Sleei-rrs- For cample copies, leave us your name or write the Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. ji,,