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B Maton ha n slight nttack Lnst Monday wus Quarterly Court. Dovle county was ralcd n mown, und Mrs. Georgia Hlcc Is Improving her of tho grip, Squlro W. H. Kinnalrd is on farming lands only. frequently Ixuh, whan I make my property by removing somoold build no better. Davis, ton of Mr. Will C. Howard trip to Liberty. This tlmo km ings, fencing, etc. Sheriff Sanders took three colored Kver so'd In Central Kentucky. All wo ask In your inspection. The prices are Davis, died at Mairglo I noil Mr. no exception to tho rule for thero were Bight for they are the Lowest. Tho finest and nobbiest line of Tho new residence of J. J. TS'llllams prisoners to Frnnkfort Tuesday; two Somerset. two snows and a hatf dozen rain. Thu Ik; a handsorao itructuro and an for perjury and one for forgery. Tho Of tlio eight men In Mercei who bad weather kept a good many from will sentence of each was two years. havo lakon tho bankrnpt law, not ono coming to court Monday and tho crowd ornament W Main Street. Messrs. D. N. nnd Frank Welch Capt. Thomas Austin says that his hat shown up any dm not up to tho average April term Tho KxcoUlorCoal Mining Company, attendance, whleh U usually tho big-ge- havo rented 7J acres of land from Jo. old Negro prophot says that we havo Joplln. They will raise poultry on a had no snows since October, nnd four doing buslnens In Hell county, was The Newest and Lsstest Goods. of tho year. largo scale and ship w Kastern mar moro nro to follow. Wo had three placed In tho hand of a receiver. Judgu Jone put In sovcral hour In keu. snows during tho llrst three days of Lightning struck tho house of Andy ttructlng thu grand jury and aftor- Henry Uranaman, of Wlldlc, ships this month. riot-inIn MnnfT nountv and melted a ward adjourned court for tho day. In largo quantities of eggs I from his own Since the law partnership hai been i?old watch lying on the mantel ttt.t i .. P..Htd tTjk1 lnirt tho afternoon Judgo It. J. Hrcckin- - farm. Ho ha the black Minorca stock, by Hays, .V ivoucrv-- ;" rrc.iucni. tM ' ".any friend. In Ca.ey of finest for tho market and laying quali It has been saidHamilton Hoblnson, u." J .In 136. that their Initials ha. secured nearly 12.000 h( cftnd . (j bul ties combined. -.. couiu uo uscu in lorminga very appro , , improving mo uo.cgu fc o o o o o o o d"o o"cro"o'o" o'o unnueo J for ,lim w Tho last meeting of tho W. C. T. U. priate sentence: "In a H 1 of a Hurry Tho III. hi Now I'm Hasted allroad , o o was ono of the most Interesting on rec- to Hob." II , I'U. o tho K. N. I. o ttm, chUd , tJ0 C0llnlWh0 hM ord. This Union will send four deleThoro an Inclination to have an o ., -o more, mi iimu of democratic blood Is for him "teeth gates W the District Convention nt act passed to make It unlawful for by. o o Mn. Kato McCabe, who for year and too nails" for attorney general. W. In May. o standcrs to Interfere In a dlfllculty. o ran the Cumberland Hotel at Somor T. Sharpe, of Iluell county, announc Herea o The Kaster exercises last Sunday Such a law would have a good effect o act, died of consumption Wednesday. ed hi candidacy for tho republican night were enjoyed by o n crowded und there would ba no scn&atlonul o Hradloy pardoned J. H. Keith, nomination for superintendent Oov. of pub house. Songs and appropriate recita meetings to o rock and convulse n com- - o up for detaining of Wayno county,ont o o lic Instruction, but his siiccch was not tions, lllblo reading, prayer and dls- - munlty from center to circumference. o a woman. Ho ho been proved Inno of tho "taking" sort und tho benches o trlbutlou of Kaster card comosed tho oomu clnlm thut the levy o o cent. wore empty long beforo ho got through, program. of 2. cents for current expenses, Is ex- o return but ho took tho o Tho Kstlll county grand jury hint und quit. 1. II. W. F. Champ has como to the front orbitant nnd that thero Is nothing to o o In Order to Mako llootn for Spring Styles. ed 101 Itidlctrnents.most of thetu against Taylor und IM Tolly, republican candi o o M..lLnn rniintV IHMllllo (of failure U) date lor rcprcHOQUtlvo, did n great with n store that ha been reeded here call for tho expenditure of over o for sometime. He pays cash for o tho amount that will bo raised by o lltt their land. deal of handshaking but did not speak. o and wants all that is brought W such a levy. I don't know tho basis o William Kemp, of Adair, fell Siulro Tho railroad convention wu held ul town. Tho store is in A. Pennington's upon which tho o o court made tho esti- o hie leg while trying to and broko o 2 o'clock when McChord got tho store room. mUbobavIng mate. two youth who wcro Tho delegate to FrankDrown has begun practice here John Our peoplo aro anxious for the exnl I'lckutt's Chapel. fort Include thofO plcndld democrat t of prosperity In tension of tno Loulsvlllo Southern railL. Samuel, of Adair county, went nnd gentlemen, Judges J. Hoylu Stone, with u lino tho future. HI cordial greeting und road. They aro beginning to realize wLouUvll.oMarc.i2l to coll hU W. M. Mycrand Mr. Jame C. Cou- hearty handshake Imparts u warmth to tho fact that they could ship their und ha not lnco been seen. Ill lter. Tho eao of Perry Cox for tho killing tho social atmosphere that Is badly produce cheaper and get everything wife ba put tho eaio In tho hand of they wear, cut, burn or use In bnlld- of his father, J. M. Cox, I tho only needed In this conservative, village. tho police of that city Sim Davis U building u residence on Ing at a lower price on account of com Hubbard wi apjmlnted murder cau on tho docket und It I net Thomas K)tmater at Scalp, Knox county for Friday. Tho docket I light and Spring Street. If u few more would petition in freight rates. i.i'iiiusuuuuivei irom several coun Uham HarrU at Sumner, Whitley most Interest I centered In the dam-ag- o emulate ills example It would pay them li null of J. J. Mooro against tho for houses uro in demand. Now Is tho ties along thu proosed lino for ex county und Cleo. I). Mooro at Welch-burJackeoti county. Stanford and Danville pike. Judgu W. tlmo to build while lots are cheap. tending tho Louisville Southern rail-wi- ll meet ut Louisville on Saturday I)r. S. P. Oram, of Danville, ha S Stone, of Jamestown, brother of When tho new rullroad comes properund go to New York to lay tho matter hack, which Judgo Iloylo and (Jcorgo K., I taking ty will advance In price. patented a Mls Herda Martin's school at llrod-hea- d beforo the president of tho road. Lieut. can be made In nil .sizes, for holding Commonwealth Attorney Aurons' placo will elosu next Friday with a J. M. Farra will represent our nennln laid up with u anywheru from ono w 100 iwunds, and whllo tho latter : The Very Lates Toes Out. Look at this silver medal contest. Tho patrons are and ho is well Informed on tho subject. : Ihj manufactured out of paper or sprained unklo. may greatly pleated with tho success of the Tho llscol court met Tuesday nnd i Tho More room formerly occupied by other material. school and lioHi to be able to have this ullowcd elulms amonnting to nbout 87,- -' Mr. Walter S. Hlatt, a popular mom. It. T. l'lcreo nnd owned by tho Kx- s teacher with them another 000, of which were road bor of tho reiwrtorlal aUifl of Thu Her' change Hotel Co., was sold. Monday to clllclontMl Martin expects to visit clulws. They uiireed to anix-a- l thn.l uld, will leave this week for n trcu Laf0 aharpo for $100. Mr. Sharpo has term. "Sat relutlves In Virginia la the near future. judgment of the circuit court by, W tour of Kuroiio. Ho will go on (l.Cupled It since ho und Joseph P. month' Mr. l'lmer Houk and MUs F.va Mar- whleh Mr. Oliver Terrlll gained tho w u frolght sloamet wltn a party of cattle) Vllklnon dl.wilvcd parthorshlp a few tin, of Marctsburg, were quietly maron tho Hlchraond turnpike. men who will tnke over a llnu lot or weeks lnco. Kangaroo and Vesting Tops, At a meeting of tho stockholder of ried at thu home of tho brldo lust Wed- Tho court llxed the levy for this year export cattle. -- Lexington Herald. Mr. Hiram Hlatt, tho Hustonvlllu .V Liberty turnplko nesday afternoon, Squire Hobt. Brown ut 50 cunts on 8100 worth of property, Illutt I u Min of the lato olllciatfng. The bride Is the second Si cents of this being for turnplke-pur-- ! jij Monday afternoon, F. P. Combest wns of thU county. duughtorof Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Murtln, K9C8. Madison National Hunk, of thir- electotl a director and C. II. Curson wns Tho young ludy, while tho It Is a notorious fact that Capt. Stone dly, on Saturday declared n choeu W till tho vacancy of Director a charming most groom Is u worthy young mau, Is gaining ground here us elsewhere, dividend of six per cent, Tho J. II. Symp'on, who moved to Stanford. son of Mr. Leo Houk, of this place. every day, und, us I havo always congross earning on tho capital swok of Tho bunk building I u ceruilnty nnd tho These are n n.ce goods as the markets afford. None Dressier; None Klttlo thu foundation will Ihj laid for It soon. Mr. C. C. Davis und MUs Ilesslo Houk tended that we should nominate tho I Min ioo,otoo was u,5::t;i More Durable Come and look nt them. attended from here. strongest man regardless of persona ( Pheljw. died In Cincinnati, where she It will bo un imoing brick and will The death of Mrs. Mutlic M. Adams preferences, I shall raise no howl about went n few months ngo to mako hor adjoin thu room now used. The ) Yeager neur Danville lust Monday wns It. It Is apparent to tho most cusual Hotel Co. donated the lot, but homo with her nephew, Mr. A. C. y not wholly unexeHed by her many observer thut tho other s cundldutes' Green. Sho was SI. -- Tho wllo or riu-no- us tho members of thut company aro Warmouth, living near Klrksvllle, tho biggest stockholders In the bank It relatives here, as sho hut been slowly have worked up too much feeling und April fooled her husband Saturday by wa almost n cuu of giving tl.ouisulvcs declining for over u year. She spent formed too many slutes to bo winning1 her girlhood hero at tho homo of her horses. Besides this they uro better1 giving birth to triplets, two girls and n u present. Tho Commercial Hank Is still boom- grundpurunls, Mr. and Mrs. M. J,. Mil- known thun Stono is, und Henry Clny's1 doing well. -- Ulobmond Iwy. All aro ing und Its stock cunnol bo bought for ler, und by her guntlo, winning ways relerenco to Tolk applies In this Hvglster. love or money. It I worth ill I on thu and noble character endeared herself CUsC. books, but J1W has boon refused for It. to all. Shu leaves a husband nnd ono Tho city council met on Monday HY STANFOUD. Is not a more carefully managed cltlld. Airs. J as. Houk, Jr., and Mrs night und flxed tho levy nt 45 cents, tho TUT. Thero ItOUTK KOIt ,IS Till: 1XitCAt. M.J. Miller attended tho funorul ser- increaso being for tho purpose of pay. Institution In thu Statu. hOCTIimtX KXTi'.SHlON'. Dr. II. A. Jones, who occasionally vices In Danville. Ing off a bond. No action was taken (To the Mltur of the Inlrrlur Journal Miss Currlo Lulr visited friends In on tho question of water works, but It "pens us u few llnec," begins thlslssuo I urn glad W sec that you call tho atan uovortlfumeni stating thut ho will town. MUa Mutlic Newcomb is In Is thought that it wlll.rucelvo u favor-ubl- o Misses Lunu und Bessie tention of ourcltlxens W tho extension bo at Ilustonvlllo to practice dentistry Loulsvillu consideration beforo long. Two of tho IiOuUvillo Southurn lUllroad two weeks, beginning April IT. Ho hus McCluro uud Sim Davis uro in Louisrepresentatives of tho Bell Telephone " Ring out the old Ring in the new from Burgln to Jolllco, and that bouio done well each of his soverul visits ville. Mrs. Sue Mulllns visited Mr. Co., usked for u franchise to put In an Ring out the false Ring in the true of our enterprising cltlzons havo manithero und will do better when hu Is und Mrs. W. M. Poynter last Sunday. exchaugo hero, but u motion to that We bring to you the new and true from thi fested an Interest in It. if you will better known, for to know him Is to liko Tho Mormon preachers uro In this vl- - effect received no second nnd the franpiney forests of Norway study tho route closolv you will r.oo at him. Inlty. Dr. Lave!! Is Improving his chise wus not grunted. Tho peoplo VI IV ttiiTi. Id mm mlnn Itrw, .if tin.' onco that tho nearest, thu moH practl-cii- l seem sutlslled with tho price und serund tho very chcupest routo must exchange Hotel und Is running u splen- Murut has been jiulte ill. Dr. und Mrs. vice given by.Dr. J. B. Klnnnlrd's exby Kuwland or Stunford. did house. John II. Sharpe, uncther Pennington uro In Cincinnati. Muu-ric- e change. run either und going through gojd friend, has succeeded him ut tho Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Coming by Stunford Brown was In town Sunday. Mrs. About " o'clockthls, Thursduy, foreCox's Hup, striking tho waters of Buck Napier Hotel, whero ho gives his Ucuben Mulllns continues very 111. noon, a lire was discovered In tho lurgo Creok. running down that through Pu guests tho bust to be hud. Mrs. Short Is In Loulsvillu. Mr. Tur-pe- n granary und produco warehouse, of II. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Win ca Wilkinson will build iv com laski county until you reach Sugurtree expects to build In thu West end A. B. Marksbury. It was soon evident science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Pasltlvo sloro-roog this summer, tome-thin- of town soon. Hollow, thun up that to lu source; then modlous thut it must bum, us no water wus Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces ho luu needed u long tlmo fur making u very short tunnel, suy 1100 . of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. uvuilublo to subdue thu tlunics. I KDiiiiMi mi: i.uavu' of Heuver convenience sake. Mr. Wilkinson beurs Lungs are exhilafeet to tho ln'iid water The sow, weary cough-worA tarllln Imlitunt.iif whltlt Mr. Juliu Murksbury soon ufter thu tiro, but mucus Is cut out the Creek, thun down that to Itookcastlo lliuunviuuiu rupuiutiun oi imiij; mo of rhlUJWliia, 'w tho tut,Jn I i lurratnl l.y lie wus unublu to give un estlmuto of rated the microbe-bearin-g ! k1"1 .Irwdnd ivii.li. cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed Ulvur; then down that only li miles to "iiiihiov ,innklnL'cst" mau ,In Citnv. ns. "un '. l skin lluu.l yillnw, tyv .uukvll, ,, ,, loss until ho examines his books. lain roullmully membranes are healed end soothed so that there-Ilu k iumuoi, wuo tinKui'i..k.l. icrailiullr growing Inwtakrrmi.l Url.lrt. tho Cumberland Klver and from thero Im- ccpt jieruups .nr, r . tijr A largo quantity of hemp wus burned, i.u I'lfllts no Inclination to cough. .lay, IbnwlilOAUUu. IihJ tfheu me nil lortit' mediately up Cumberland Klver, puss-lu- Is thu Hdckofollcr of thut county. 2, n.li)jr, plko from McKlnncy ami lo myfntii'l ajvlml Irylux 'KleUilo llilUr,'' besides about r00 bushols of wheat, SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGQIST3 Tho Falls to Jolllco Creek Cumborlund llio lint lutlle which was stored by different parties, (real I"! aiul uriii lliilr Bottles Only, 25o., 6O0. and $1.00 SIzm and up that to Jolllco. Tho routo cur- to tho Cusoy lino In tho topic of much mails a ultil liiijiruH'nitiit.no a mill man, I sucks, scales, n baler &o. Tho loss Is anj am us lur BE SURE YOU GET know they ries tho road through tho llne.t und conversation. To say thut It Is In u anolbrr vidtiiifj iuJCoI Ho. an.l mblKil tho uraiuut certainly heavy. Maj. It. Klnnnlrd's us " lAMBSjYtARSO, LD. "J onu region In Ken- fearful condition doeen'l tell half the Only foirnu, ijuaraiitw.Hl, aliuuM fall lo trjrthriii any itnuilf equal lu Dr. 1WU a itne-la- r mou extensive lumber at lVou'a Prug More. Insurance companies had $000 on tbo PiRi-Tir-UfDr. Huwt. II xlieaaulclckod permanent rrlkf IncrtDSSweUaacoQjtliaaDdeoUa. Itmakes tucky uud perhup ono of tho very best tale. It Is simply dangerous and Is bouse, $1,500 on grain und $1,000 on MetcaUt, M. A. KKNTCCKV'sDKAD AT ClllClCAMAC If any road ever was. Wugons weak lunn Uoaf.-X- n. coul Holds In tho world. You will llnd hemp. This Is tho third tire on tho of tbo U. S. geological station level ground with less thun OA No bruvermen over fell. Tho comthat tho same site. The doors hud not been aurvoy of thl section says of tho coal half louds, whllo uxlcs of light vehicles monwealth has honored them by tho opcued since Tuesday. It Is !niosblblo that thoro U but ono that uro not extraordinarily hlgh.se rupo erection of a ihugnillccnt monument. to give tho origin of tho tire, but as it of this section Tho total number of nominations for It throuijh In ono hour, superior In thu State. This along on the mud, sodcopdolbo wheel Tho governor and his ttntT, Statu of. is reported that a window was open which rushes a word. thut the Kentucky Futurity of 100:!, which cost Is U1 coun- go Into the ground. Tho rood bed has Ilclals, citizens and friends will parthe routo puts tho road bed whero tho closed March 15. Is 1,0X1. This is tho when tho tiro wus discovered, It is beTwo transports have left Galveeton ty for in or 20 rallos would bo tributary cut through and In many places there ticipate In Its dedication Wednesday, lieved that u thief or;a trump bad been tho :U1 Kentucky second largest number in tho history of for Cuba to brlnir would bo uro holes big enough to bury u horse. May 'M. Hates on tho Queen & CresW It because tbo hauling expected to the aseoclatlou, next to tho phenome1 reRlment home, aud aro u disgrace to thu cent routo ono faro for tho round trlu, In tho houso. down grade from ovory direction. It In short, tho road nal ot 1.:1I2 mares lu tho Futurity of today. reach Matanwis TIIK SOLDIEUS. wold also mako tho muln Cumberland county and an cyo sore to tho people May 1st and 2d, good to May Otb refinally de- 1803. Tho Futurity Is worth $0,000, Tho Cuban assombly has and all tributa- who by their voles made It freo. To turning. Georgia dedicates her monunnd Itockeastlo rlvors Con. Shatter has been ordered from cided to dlsaolyo und to disband the having been Increased from 110,000 ries tributary to tno road, for lloatlng repair It woll with rock would costtiOO ment May 2d, Kentucky May M, Il California to Wushlngton to testify be- Cuban army. The muster rolls will bo fall. Tbo stullloos most largely repreW &00 xjr mile and If work Is not soon linois May 4th. Let ull Kontucklans log etc. to It. sented are Ashland Wilkes, 44; Onfore tbo boot Inquiry board. (urnlshod to tho United States If Stanford and Lincoln county knew begun thu cost will exceed theso fig- go.'und swell her representation on bo dls- - ward, 35; Bow Hells, 'SI; Haron Wilkes, A persistent rumor Is afloat that bo for them, they ures. Tho wagons hauling lumber, thl great day. Hcraomber, ono faro would what thl road ovory ncrvo to get It. 111; Bilnnt Hrook, 23; Allerton, 28 and boon deposed by Gen. trlbuted. would strain oto , from Cusoy havo done most for tho round trip via tho Queen & Agulnaldo has Is described us a Otis reports Irom Manila that Kremlin, 23. tender tho right of way stavo nnld Gen. n.h.. Antonio Luua, who damage to this plko und I am Crescent routo. Is a Commissioner oi Internal Uovenuo n.i mom If necessary. It would put of tho typical bolligerent. tho Insurant covernment In A I'UlilUTr'UI. IILl'NUKlt n town won uigu in tho told tho owners uro willing W work new Hfo lo condition, tho ""y,lsl"K?,0" WlUon has ruled that bonds of execuAttornoy Gcnoral Griggs decided monopoly Will ofWu iauw a liorrlMn llurn.Sfuld, Cut or on tho road sovoral days gruvo. it woniu i.."-'- j freight W their teams ost feated. dUcouraired and uroup Is also tors, udintnlstrutors, receivers, asllrulau. lluiileu's AruUa Sails, Ilia Ut lu the that liquor may ba 6old at uriny und save us enough In coal now Horn the VUayan signees, trustees uud guardians are Tn tlvo year. Lot us freo of chargo If tho Lincoln county world. Will kill Ike wln ami I'luuinllr hsal It, for tho road Curat hum. later Sun, I , lluila, fluii, canteens, but thut no olllcer or enlisted encouraKlng. nnd siv peoplo will help them. Ono sensible Corn., (IM Milu i:iUUoua. Ileal ills tnrton ratlU. not required to buvu war revenue all society at stamps placed upon them, reversing our inuuiuuio man dun bo dotuilcd In tbo cuntcen W Tbo Christian Kndeavorloiters Irom gentleman suggests that tho roads be Hilly il tla a lua Cur guaraniti. bold Ijr euro the road If do tho selling. tho ruling oi his predeecwor. IJoston has recoWed Immediately ropulrod and that a bill bo 1'eiiuy, Uiugxl'l. Who runt, nl nnllnarv eabloL'rams to ox I'resldenu Cleveland and Harrison At Albany, Ca., a young business , IIOO.OOO' otTcrod charging license to the regular '. . ." movement in favor o man killed his wife and bubo and then V W. K. Vandorbtlt.. has clvou..... Its .L ,j .... Twofvo prisoners escaped irom tuo teamsters of Casey and other counties . .i "i, f.... I or irom luu ur uupaifcwiuuK n, ...ami mmSuI arbitration as a means of himself. 'U at Brunswick, On., alu word.und If marked "urgent" iettllni; International differences. wbo haul dally over them. H. C. W. dorbllt University', Tennessee. it'! luiiT.,. Ono of tho mou was It In strange, but per cent, that It Invariably rain or true, I. al Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits ioU. m NECKWEAR "" J SUiTS MADE TO ORDER. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, KY. Telephone No. 0000000000O0 cfoodoooi -,.- "--- 7 . p dr-o- 1 Wall Paper AT COST. tnx-puy- $10,-00- 0, pro-due- nr-re- st W. B. McROBBRTS. 00 0000000 00000 00 0000 0000 op 0000000000 m pro-ipec- I I g, V ii ii Men's Fine Wear 1 I : 1 I V two-third- I Vici U And Willow Calf, I toll-hous- o Celluloid, Metal Hand Hand- i seml-an-nu- J I I I Worked Eyelets. H. J. M'ROBERTS. DR. BELL'S saw-Mr- -- '.V .1.-- iit 1 li'r n 5 5 i- J&P s g lhri(k, M t tttt Mi's rtort '"' ' For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. 1 lal ,v ll "...,..li,nwi,w .- -. llble. .,.n tta-km- ? " I . I. i were married at Calvary church, Why Buy A Cheap Wood Pulp Wall Taper When You Cnn liny A Turnpike King Baldwin hot obtained Wcdnosday night. Tho brldo n temporary Injunction n;ralnst his Don vor elected a democratic mayor ! is tho beautiful daughter of Dr. and ousting as president of tha Maysvlllo fi by .1,000 majority. Lclngton road. No wonder ha wants Mrs. Wm. Cheatham and wns lovely In to hold In ad on since It Is shown that Tho President has appointed Capt. a heavy white satin ' ...... .From with dition hns gotten Stanford. Ky., Apr. 7, 1899 C. L. Darncs to bo postmaster at Eliza- - out trimming except gown mado yoko. wu ror to hit salary ho in managing J 15,. for tho tullo extra services tho bethtown, It was cut in princess stylo with a long road for the taut four years A daughter of Capt. Elliott, killed In Bowling Orcen suffered n $20,000 llro train, ovor which tho gracoful folds of W. P. WALTON. tho Philippines, was unanimously elect- her which originated on tha lloor tho veil woro draped. Hor bouquet wa Lucas building. Porter 2d Kills, ofdeal Who carries tho LargeM, Cheapest ami Bet Stock In Ihl part nf tho country, Aim .fc ed city clerk of CofTcyvlllc, Kansas. of white lilacs and lilies of tho valley. er In agricultural Implement: Kellogg every thing in Ilia 1'fllnt ami G!aa Hiilnri. Tho smaller Kunsas towns held their Tho maid of STONK.tn his Hartford speech, JIC rc. Huron, pro- honor. Miss Ucsslo Dun- - iiaruwarc company; Hardin's elections Monday. Except for heads lap's, (of Danvlllo,) gown was whito lib- - Prlolor of tho New J.Y orK store nnd denied and denounced Gen. owner of tho In the charges that ho voted for gold bonds In of tickets, tho republicans woro gen orty chiffon, made over whlto taffeta. miMt arti.tlc minner, ItemriiW yon hive mi t ill to pty and you can save rers. 4 1, " -, I.I- -. ." rrl Congress nnd was tho willing tool of erally successful. l.i. us money by giving inex call. luuDKirb, wuii I.. iun iriiin, whs 14 Itepcctriillj', A. E. UllIIIO.N'S. Thomas Gahan, democratic National occasions Ho did on two Cleveland. scries of tlounccs trimmed with nppll-qu- o Telephone No. 21 No Wirt Main St., Danville, Ky. LAND AND ST03X. vote to odvoncogold bills to their third committeeman for Illinois, says John lace, and tho bodlco was covered reading, In order to put them on their P. Altgcld will hereafter bo only a with tulle, formed into a largo butterO. P. Huffman has bought seven. political featherweight. final passago so that a complete quicim bunches of fat hogs at lie. fly acros tho front. A scries of rose Moro misfortunes for poor old P Pair of good work mulis for sale. J. could bo put on them C5en. iiaruin, no buds formed of tulle, with rhlncstono says,"ti les to make It appear that It was Wat tho Evening Post rises to romark- centers, trimmed the neck. After tho W. HaU'.'hmoii, Stanford, Ky. Good second-han- d Decrlng Binder a voto In favor of an Issue of gold bonds "If .Mr. Hardin Is nominated we ox- I ceremony tho bridal party which con In spito of his when tho latter question was soveral pect to support him sisted of those named, tho ushers and for salo cheap. M. S. Buughman, Stantimes up directly, and my vote was ev Quixotic devotion to free silver." bridesmaids, enjoyed In the beautifully ford. A livery stublo with H horses and a ery time elvon and recorded aguinst Louisvillo Times. decorated apartments of tho bride's Tho elections In Wisconsin resulted tho Isuo of gold bonds." Whllo parents In tho St. James, a royal lunch- largo number of vehicles burned at In largo democratic gains. In St. eon. After a resort to personalties, ho tho wedding trip tho happy Uopklnsvllle. Louis an Independent ticket indorsed Hunn .V Coffey bought of C. S. Harthen showed that when such a cam- by couple will bo at homo In Chicago, tho republicans went through to a whero ris 11 bunch of cholco forced on him ho could make paign was tho groom is a successful broker. large extent, but democrats made steers at $21. Adair News. a hand and a half any day. Ho reviewgains in the city council. M. M. Sandldgo sold to Fox .V Hutch ed Hardld's record of 24 years before ADDITIONAL LOOAL Tho customs revenues of tho Island lugs, of Danville, his combined brown tho people either as an office holder or Liiictv. A telephone message says guiding, King, for $225. an office seeker and that when finally government of Cuba during tho first I have four good jacks ready for scr-vitho nomination lor gov tbreo months of American control that Stovo Drye, colored, charged with ho was. clven .. After much preparation we lisro to announce that e arr now . .. for iAHnmnnia'nmniintAil in l , AfWl , OOO Of this sum, assaulting Mr. Wash Brown, was acthat I will sell, trado or farm out. ernor no ieu me pari. iu huun.....,--- had stump- - --',100,000 has been expended, $1,100, quitted. Tho trojblo was over a lino J. V. Glvens. McKlnney. .1prit. Tho sneaker said ho 000 to Havanaand 8259,000 to Santiago. fence. Tho damacra suit of J. J. Moon' M. J. Pan-I- bought of A. G. Whit ed tho Stato for Hardin and his ticket in ue municipal elections in Ohio, agJlnst tho Stanford .fc Danville plko ley, Charley Samonls and Heck Owens tried to refute the and ovcrywhero o. 81 shoals at 11c. Advocate. charge that there was rottenness In the Michigan and Indiana Monday, tho was to huva 'jomn up this morning. n J. F. Cook bought of Capt. Tom ring to which tho general democrats held their own pretty well Frankfort CitOWDUS. Mrs. Phebo E. Crowdus, SO ewes. with lambs thrown In, at The collection of sratonahle mrrchamliup in by all olil the flnct and the lartrest belonged. His astonishment and cha and made notable gains, especially In relict of Matthew Crowdus, whoso seri grin can therefore bo imagined when tho latter State. In Cincinnati tho ous illness was nuted in our last, died $5 25 and of Itoborl Elkln 110 at $5 50. we l.ave em dictated. The newest fabrics and fashions In iiirnnnnd hov's cloth. Two sows and IS pigs, one sow with Ing. The very latest style In rogue in ready-mad- e ,i .WLIrm of the court of ap- -. republicans made a clean sweep, but dre Skirt he All the new tl.lnri Tuesday afternoon, aged 72, at tho pigs, two boars, three good milk cows, in Women's and Men's Kurniliings. Every wanted Hylo In Men nnd Women's nnftla that Max Barker, the auditor's at Cloveland tho democratic candldato I homo r. of her daughter Mrs. II. C. Rup- ... mavnr won.' hnlnir annnnrtnii hv thn The nmt irrent styles in Men'a and I')y's Hat anil are hero fur your sumo hay, a horse, etc , for sale. Mark -"" agent, unjusuy 1.".-- -- ...! ..Iihhnl,! 'for nn 7; Sho was an excellent woman and . and chooliig and at such low price that it l only nereary for you tn Irom the State ices to me uimmui. ui goes to a happy reward after a life of Hnrdln, Stanford. Dr. W. W. Franklin sold to Col. J no. look to buy. $50,000, and that Hardin, as attorney Evansvlllo. good works. She leaves three sons. Tho U. S. Philippine commission bag general having advised the auditor to Tho remains wero taken to lier old B. Castlcman, of Louisville, two fine keep tho money, was issued a proclamation to tho natives homo at Alum Springs yesterday for broodmares, ouu In foal to Highland pormit Barker to guilty of a constructive fraud. "This is' which seta forth that tho government interment. I lev. Wm. Ilrltt officiated. Denmark, the other to Hluegrass with for $100. his record", ho added, "nominate . him desires n peaco aiassiimn tho natives, but ., I In! a rnOT " "i1""" ill nf k" n "11 und there Is tho record to ue taicon in " "uun Ulris in camp" dcllgntcd a Jack Wills, of Clark, has sold SO comDrt-Good that are really -l I'.roi ail-- d Handsomo llino of Crepon Serge in hand by tho republicans and paraded States must, in consistency with tho good sized nudlenco ut Walton's Opera mon ewes with lambs thrown In, to worth ,.'ft,) o xr price l'.'Jc in Illue, lllack Ne Illue nml Iliac. Henrietta ami .Mu. - House last night, when a number of Bourbon parties for $5 each. Ho was and Brown. over the State, a decision of tho high- - omigations wnicb it nas assumed to- ' hair. est court in tho land." The captain's' wrd tho family of nations, bo enforced real little actresses appeared before forced to sell on account of tho depre 4 Serge for uiting, four color, the linei.f , 10 and 12Jc Per through every part of tho archipelago. tho footlights. The performers were dations of worthless dogs. speech well received and tho applause biggest value ever offered (or l'--'c per yd. rale. Ed Grace bought 100 barrels of corn showed that ho had a good part 11. is lunuer Butivu mm. wiu oujuct 01 Muses Virginia Iiourne, Sallio Lvnu, ho got Ilrocadlno for l)ree only '.'.Jo er A big line of Organdie, Piiie, t, tho United States is to glvo to theJAlvIra 'an Arsdule, Sarah Haughmun, from T. V. Hardy, of HaorUon, 'at of his hearers with him. Spring Gingham, Green and Illue Filipinos civil and religious liberty and Matlle Menefeo, Etta Hello Hoid, $1.75. H. IS. Hutchcraft bought about ynnl, three color Illue, lllack and llrown. Silk to match for trimming. Denim, Covert Colli In Green, Tan THE railroad commissioner's convet- .- prosperity, and tho most ample self-- , Stella Ballou, Anna Darst, Virginia 10,000 bushels ot wheat in Cynthlana Ladies Drew Mlfl, Illue, Illick andall and llluc. tion at Frankfort drew a great crowd , government consistent with a wise ad- - Pickett, Janie Dawson and Polly Tray last week at CI and 15 cants. Paris colors In Novelty Roods only Uc. Ladle' Shirt Wni.tSllk. Phld Hlk, IN, of delegates and candidates and other ministration of affairs. lor and they all did so well that It Is News Ilrocadod Press Skirt only Jl '.'. (Invn and llrown 4sc. politicians all over tho State. Thoj At Sturgls Mr. Goebe'. arraigned Mr. 'difficult to particularise, but Misses Thu advertUoment ol John Proctor, Ladies' DreH Skirls in Serge, all wool, Pink, While. Illue. ited ami J! nekTuf. Alexander men organized tho conven- - Hardin in no uncertain languago for,Bourne and Lynn had the hardest' the splendid Abdalluh Messenger stal only 1 US In llluuand lllack fet, Satin In Ittoek, ' Ac. lion by electing Judge James Garnett, his course In the campaign of 1S05. Ho parts and aro therefore tho moro Hon, owned by B. F. Powell, apiK'iirsl . .,. . ,- -, ... cvt... New line of llells, ISIbbon, YHUniM of Adair, for temporary chairman, over noted his failure to placo Joo Black- - worthy of mention. A numlcrof piano in this issue. Head it and sou what a ! ..,.. j., .o ' ulll. and .MoiKx-llnr- . Flnley Shuck, of Marion, put up by burn on tho ticket for committee on quartettes were admirably rendered, richly bred fellow hols. Bob Tall, a I " Don - wj. t fall to look at our line ot Hull Misses Allie Huffman, Suite Alcorn, tino j.ick, will aUo do service at Mr. McChord. John B. Thompson In nom resolutions for the State at large, Iluckles. Neck Pins, Krindhlp heart. . him, took occasion to say that Meeting Lindsay, a gold man, Instead, Jennie Lynn, Stella Hill, Josephine Powell's. Cyrano Chain, Shirt Waist Set, Beauty ?eTAmentioned also tho fact of Haydcn, Kutio Bastln, Kate Walton tho nomination was In tho interest of and Tho Uegister says there wero iOO l'ins nnd I'onmdour a Comb. who is a dead suro winner. I din's homo county voting for a plat-Th- o Waters, Catherine Huffman, Mary :attle on tho Richmond market Mon Alexande-delegatfrom Louis- - form favoring tho gold standard and McKoberts, Mary Ulgglns, Minnlo day, prices ranging from -- J for cows to , l-- 2c ville, were seated. Lincoln county vot- -. indorsing the Cleveland administration. Slno, Myrtle Hughes, Kutio Beazloy 5 and G cents for steers and heifers, at ed for Shuck, who got 157 to Garnett For months Mr. Hardin failed to stato and Hattie Fowler performing. The thu latter price estimated however, 170 votes. On taking tho chair Judge whero be stood on questions made by entertainment was a credit to Stanford Mules brought $50 to $100, Peal - Cn Garnett spoke against tho convention the platform. Ho further assailed him Female College and especially to tho rithers being tho principal buyers. A big line of New Carpet at 10c to 60c por yard. Bring your dabbling iu Stasa issues with which it for his failure to answer Bradley's teachers of the music and elocution eirg, will par you had nothing to do. J. E. Hoblnson of question as to whether ho would ap- departments, Misses Ellen and Flora highest market price. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Garrard, was made ono of tho secreta- point a gold or silver man to tho Sen- Ballou. Rcv. J. M. Evans closed his meeting ries. First blood for Alexander made ate in caso ho was called upon to make atShawhan Presbyterian Church with BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. McChord men such an appointment, that in the veins of the !!l additions. run cold, but they did not give up the A Texas woman poisoned her two At Ml. Sterling, tho Southern PresMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. struggle. T.I). lUN'EY, Manner. children and then committed juiclde. byterian Church gave Rev. Henry ' A dispatch from our reporter, Mr. J Mia Iliitrln Rnwp. nn Ailalr 0011 n 1a The body of Dr. G. J. Stivers, tho Miller u unanimous call. M. Alverson, says that the committee bollo. was married In Louisvillo Wed- - Louisvillo dentist who disappeared afBranch store nt ElizahethtoHii. I'lktou, Owen-lio- r She hyvillr, Verallle Presiding Elder P. S. PoIIIuIiiih apon credentials was unable to complete nMauy to Dr ADaerb0n k0WC of Glas- - ter taking carbolic acid, was found In llardslnwn, Hopklniville. MadlxiiivH'e, Miinford.v lie larkanllc. Tenii. pointed Rev. E. T. Haney to tuke iib wurK iask niguk anu mu uouvuoiion gow. the river. churgo of tho Stanford circuit in place had to adjourn till 0:30 this morning. I Miss Emily Vandcrblit Sloane and By tho exploilon of gasoline, Mrs. There has been but ono test voto since! John Henry Hammond, a member of ituius Msiu's $10,000 residence, near of Rev. G. Yl Todd, resigned. Rev. Edward Smith, who was arrestun old Kentucky family, wero married Lexington, with all its furniture, was tho organization motion to take up ed at Atlanta for violating tho law procontests In alphabetical order of coun- in New York. destroyed hibiting exector.ition on tho streets, Miss Kate Purnell and Mr. Frank ties being won by McChord 16(1 to 101. Robert Osborne, aged three, swal- Is the first man arrested under thu new The balmy breeze of Spring timet will re McChord, it Is said, will win tho nomi- Collier, elopers from Millersburg, wera lowed a small watch and chain at Bara-bomind you that there Is nothing like one law. of our convenient nation, but no State issues to help any married at tho Gult House Louisville. Wis., and tho timeplcco Is still on Tho W. C. T. U. and other temper Tho parents objected to tho marriage. tho inside. candidate, will bo adopted. ancu organizations aro up In arms be- - Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Sanford M. Allen, a cousin of tho Tho navigation bureau reports "'- -. causu of the uttornov lrancrarmlociHliin Traps or Buckboards Tub decision of the U. S. supreme bride, went with thecouplo. vessels, with a tonnage of 101), .91 tons, that canteens will still bu permitted In A Rochester, N. Y., man has offered court in the Kentucky bank cases is not To enjoy thu bcautiei of Spring tlmo In, buit ror ,ho American merchant ma. tho army. so severe on them as at first consider-- , $50,000 as a wedding gift to the man rne (Ww niD0 months ended March Tbo Christian Endeavor scrvlcu at with eae, comfort and In ed. It sustains Judgo Paynter's decls- - who will win his daughter's hand. The 'yj the Christian church Sunday night me. wnen purchasing one ol uur line 'XT-!- ! loo, which reversed Judge Pryor's. only conditions aro that the man rnustl t Chicago, beforo his two children, promises to bo an interesting one. Thu and well.miidu carriages. that tho Hewitt law Is not an Inviola bo under 40, sober, honest and Indus- aged eight and four years, Joseph societies from Hustonvillu, Turners, & ble contract and says that whllo tho trious. The girl Is an only child, and Brown was stabbed to death by his vlllo and Mt. Xenla will be on hund. ycotfw!.! Opp. Stanford, Ky. Stato may tax the franchise of a Stato the old man Is worth $200,000, but sho wife as tho outcomo of a family quar Mrs. L. B. Cook and Mrs. Mary B, rol. bank, It can not do so in the caso of a Is on the shady sldo of .10. Craig aro advertising a Christian and Samuel Worthelm, a New York raer- - 1liliiUinnrU A 11 I noil f r irnnl Inn t rv Kit Miss Lillian Bowles Winchester, national bank. Tho decision also seems chant, killed himself at Charleston, S. 0d ln Stanford, May -'l, with three to hold tbo stock holders and not tho daughter .of.i Boyd banks aro liable for tbo tax on their A(rwlinafr waa mnr.p1 in Mi Tjiula C, by breaking a window pane and 'services a day. Thu Rev. G. N El- ' B"' superintendent shares, which will raako a big differ- Jones, of New York, at Louisville, sawing his teck on tho broken edges iMIehi?anund Indiana, for Kentucky, und tho Rev, 'i remaining in mo susu.l- ence In the amount of tax collected Tuosday. Alter tho ceremony at Don't You Want D. W. LoLacbcur, returned mlsslonury Warren F. Lolund, proprietor of tho to China, und other workers will bu and work a hardship on tho towns and Christ's Church Cathedral, an decant cities whero tho banks aro located, as breakfast was enjoyed at Mrs. L. K. I Vlndsor hotel, which was destroyed present. Tho music will bo by thu famous Ohio Quartette Tho meetings their stockholders live everywhere, of- Yandall's, at whoso home tho brldo has bv Uro " March 17, died from tho aro intcrdonominutlonul and everybody ten In other States. Tho national banks her homo for u long tlmo. Mlss''ecta0' an operation for appendicitis Is Invited. Performed on Friday last. which paid the franchise tax on a com- Maud Yandall was maid of honor. Cau eell you a Beauty mighty Cheap. Splendid nu f Tho highest prlco over paid for a promise, not to bo revoked, aro now Tbo raarrlago of Miss Virginia Fair wishing they bad not been In such a intv w Viin.im.hiw t- - w.a c.im horso was $150,000. which sum Mr. hurry. In Louisvillo alone, the banks nlzed at New York In a labyrinth of al Macdonougu, u California millionaire, loso $104,000 and la most towns In pro hot bouso wilderness. It was a homo 'uvo or Ormonde, a reiuiaeu. yjoma anil seo them and eel mv nricn. !! v Averv PLf II.. tbo English turf, portion. Mon-- , horo wedding of roses and diamonds. rows Very CHEAP. Haworlli Oorn Planters; best made. streams' Tho homo of Weston H. Turner at oy bad beon spent In running Gov. ALTUKLD, bolter, caught it In for tho end which was gorgeous beyond , Falls Churcb.Va., was broken open und r-- m tho neck at Chicago Tuesduy, getting visions. It was Shakespeare's "Mid-- tbo dead bodlcsofhtni3olf and wife woro i only 45,401 votes for mayor to Carter summer Night's Dream" duno In duy- - ,ound- - II ' bought that Turner, who II. Harrison, dem 140,014 and '.. R. light. Fromoroof to basement roses, 8l,u fc'raspcd a revolver, did tho work, Carter, rep., 107,301. Harrison was wero everywhere Tho air was heavy l''lro brol0 oul ,n thu whlky houso Made from pure tho regular democratic nomlnco on tho wlthodois sulllclent to supply a Mo-- , of 1,,rttDk Hudson, In Mt. Sterling, gut-- ; cream of tartar. Chicago platform and his election by a hammedan's heavon. Fifty thousand,1011 lt ana lUcn destroyed tho two( William Khelton, President, plurullty of 30,010 Is claimed us a big dollars had beon spent for th'eso How. building occupied by Adam Baum & Mrs. Nannie H. Pautluy, Lady Principul; victory for It. Tho result ought to ors ulono. Tall palms, such as grow bons, grocers. The opera uouso was MlMMattlo l'uxloii, Mathematics anil Physical Kc'euce-MIsottlo Altgeld for good und all. It cer- In tho mysterious heart of Africa, damaged $1,000. Eudo'tl Axlell, Primary Departiiieul; j MUs Ellen llalluu. Mutlc Dvp.irlineiil; tainly eliminates htm us much of u fac- swung their burbarlu fronds ovor Mrs. Fuyno Strahun Moore, recently con MIssMury Hubbard, Art iVpartuivnl; tor In Chicago politics uud tho chances stellations of Now lYork's prettiest rcleused by tho Now York courts, will MUs Flora llalluu, Elocution and Physical Culture- aro thut ho will not writo even ono j'Irls. There wero 100 gnosis Alum biking powders are the greatest M". Maggie J, Martin, lloaidlng Department. whoso not return to Atlanta, but will go to little plank of tbo next National plat,, combined wealth wus fully u billion of Europo with hur mother. Tbo fellow tnenaccrt to health of the present day. form. sendollars. The bridal dress was a oem sho assistsd Is serving a aom lAnma Kot ea, Mw vow. ! "s.Cyin'OBriSliiiigluK. of beauty uud tho presents woro worth tence for badgering. Iron Fence. Euitou C. E. Woods, of tho RichBoth houses of tho Tennessee Logls mond Climax, must bo a man of means. thousands ol dollars. Miss Fulr was passed a bill entirely luturo huvo Ho has moved seven times In .'(0 months born In a shanty In Callfornlu, but her wiping out tho olty government of I ( und as three moves are said to bo equal father mado his millions und this union makes tho imir tho rlchcHt vnnmr Nashville and providing for tho elecone tire, It will bo seen thut ha still couple In America. to tion of all officials by tho people hero-afte- r. Will boat THE WEATIIEKFOItll HOTEL, I survives after being burned out I'll Miss Elizabeth Van Dyko Cheatham lUJBTONVII.LK. two weeks beglmilug This robs the city council of ' and Mr. James Reed Huker, of Chicago, time. . Metal Roofing. Mill AVnrk. enormous jower. MONDAY, APRIL 17, POLTICS AID POLITICIANS. Lou-Isvlll- c, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Genuine Fiber For Less Money - A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Piotures Framed on Short Notice 1 it. 1 iSff.."'"!, 1 "THE d Itoulstfille Store rdy f s ... 75-l- The SPRING TRADE loot-wea- El-ki- ...j ',""" ..... 7; J .... V- n, I DRESS GOODS. ri0-- ! Siur 1 Dim-ilir- ltl I ... Cro, Har-Hardl- n, t es 40 New Pieces of Matting-- 12 2oc per Yard. The Louisville Store. , . Era!-nenr- e, When Easter Sunday Comes B. K. Wearen c, Son, &xA- YkriEsw trr M Court-Hour- I I l- ....... SAY YOUNG MAN! Rubber Tire Buggy ? -- I triplo-crowne- d ' RoVal against alum ' Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Carts, IV. Baking Powder Safeguards the food n ry J9csrJtir S, STANFORD wrillWfl m I Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. - R.IA. JONES, DENTIST, ;.S1NE,( STANFORD. Ky.: 2X 1890.' J A -- ftf-l - n-i- -- -- ",. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stoiu: room on Main Street for rent. W. P. Walton. W. II McHoiiKUT8 Is sole agent for &wJi$Z Danville, Kentucky. Our stock has never ln-e- Stanford, Ky., K. C. - Apr. If You Have a Thought That Itnns toward a Sprlnjc Suit, the Rrincnts nrc hero to clinch It Our display of And $18 have no rivals In Oil city The styles nnd psttcrns are entirely awny from tlio ready-mad- e Idea, nnd utitsldo of this store, can only be had nl the firt cla merchant tsllor shops by paying double prices on of these miit this season nnd you will glvo the Wear merchant tailor the hereafter. They aro sure to please. go-b- y 7, 1899 Landrcth's garden seeds. Walton, Busi.viyg Manaof.h. Latkst designs In crepe paper lust received nt Craig ,fc Hockcr's. WKhovf hay. millet and straw abundnnce. J. II. IJaughman ft Co. In MEN'S SUITS ATSIO, S!5 OOO Wk have 11 record of mora than (10, correctly filled prescriptions. Don't Go to J. T. Jones for a Star Anchor you think that entitle us to your con Hange or your old stoves repaired. fldcncor' Penny's Drug Store PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. more nttractivc tlian now shelve nil full of new niul attractive goods at prices to hold nil old trade mid nttrnet new. luivo tho piece good or we lmve the a- We so iiinilc-u- p Wni'ti", Skirt'1, .Suits, Ac., - to Im.' alile to please cverylxxly. It is alinot ns el cap to come here an to ctny nt home, not to mention tlie udvmitiigs lower of fuller nnd newer stocks nnd price. . They w.II sell you tho right kind of TUNNING PLOW and tho best of FEKTILI-ZKItOt'ii Cubtomkhb Tell us wo are Sco them before buying selling black cfepons i'c on the ynrd Peter Straub, Sr. Missks GltACi: Tl'DOit and Halllo less than they see them anywhere else. RE9BSEJS1! IN'4 Kdmlston, of Crab Orchard, uro with Severance V Sons. Miss Myrtle Hughes. Tin: recital by Miss Heath. Tuesday Miss Kmma Owslky will return to- night next, for the benefit of the Presnight from her several months' visit to byterian Young Lndles' society, promrelatives' In Tennessee. ises to bo largely attended. Little Miss Nkllh: Ounuokfk, of Liv- girls nre selling tickets to It and nro ingston, is visiting Mrs. T. L. Sbelton meeting with good success. unit .Mrs. T. D. ltancy. Have you Ixmght your Silk Wnit? You are Miro to want one nnd thete Wiikn Olllo Huffman carao homo A. M. Kinnaihu, of Mlddlcsboro, i 110 letter time than now to select it. We have n lino of alxnit 75 patterns, passed through to Lancaster yesterday from calling Wednesday nlgbt he saw !i three men trying to get Into his fathto ico his lather, who is 111, 111 nrettv iih were ever Kiiown. mere urc nil manner 01 new stripes, 1110 MissSauah HcolIKS, of Hlchwood, er, O. P. Huffman's house. Ho fired ehciic patterns. Thec rouge in price from who hud been vUltlug her sister, Mrs, n number of shots at them and the way pliiiiN, niul some very Especially if it is the they took their leave wa n caution. ( 5c to SIJ.30 n yard. If you are thinking of n Spring nnd Summer Drew W. M. Hrltt, bus returned home. Apparel C. M. Yoi'NG has returned from Lou TilKKK is now In the county treasury by t : : : De Sole, !0 inch, nt 50e. Printed China isville, where ho went to visit his slasee our line of printed Mou-elin- e 310,000 In round numbcrr, which has Lilx-rtSatinc ter and buy a millinery stock for his been set aside for tho following I'oulnriN nt SI, Print.-(Hie, Printed Satin Fini-he- d Silk nt wile. For Interest on bonds, 82,200; nt 81. All these we have in new and ctyli-- h designs. Missks Stella Ur.itu. of Iluffalo, N. We take the lead. City, sinking fund to pay bonds.$.1,G00; mainY.,und Annie Trlbble. of Junction The American Tailor taining turnpikes, ?l,tiTS; and general have been on 11 lslt to Mrs. W. A. expenses $1,217. Trlbble. CHICAGO Mil John V. Hastin cume down IIUOHKS. Gabo Hughes, an old and from Pittsburg to see hit pretty daugh- respected citizen of tho McKinney secter, Katie, tuko purl lu tho College tion, died Tuesday afternoon of a com- -, lust night. plication of troubles and was burled1 Local Agent. J. Sid Auams, who was trumpeter tho following day In tho McKinney i Is now- cemetery. Ho was In Cant. Penny's company, Aml 'ou wiU Bay wp win in a gallop. the father of G. A., blowing his buglo behind Jumcs Fryo's Frank, William and Nathan Hughes counters at Hustonvllle. and Mrs. E. II. Hansford and a good Col. Wki.cii and J. II. McAllstcr man in many ways. ease . To K over bilk foundations will Iks iiitc jtopular in the season ndvnnees, went to Liberty to see after the Nkc.ko vs. Nkcjko. Mr. C. B. of Moore ugal nl tho C. O. and Dan show a full line of plain nnd ligurnl black Silk Xets from 75c to S'-- We We who was hero from Paint Lick ville turnpike. Kd. Wllkerson n.so yesterday, tells us that Geo. White uU show full Ovenlrcsso of hhiek, white and steel spangled Nets at $18, went. Mil John L. Tannkii, of MeKlnnoy, shot another Negro, Holla Mcrrltt, In '20, 'J5 nnd $30. Sjinuglwl Nets liy tho ynrd from S1.50 to 8(, to Ihj who went to Texas several weeks ago, the groin Irran altercation, which oc skirts, Ac. Some very elegant colored and black hits bought an interest lu a big dry curred over suspicions of White that fur trimmings, wni-tFee those nnd eonsid-e- r lroodti house at Farmersvllle, that Mcrrltt bad Hindu Improper advances Oirciiadinex in silk nnd wool nt 81-- to 8'J.ri the dre- to his wife. Though badly shot the Suite. About the merchandise we offer or tho prices we make. We make Sfv them well. Thev nrc worthy. Missks Isaiiklla Million and wounded man will not die. only such statements as sensible people cn know are true. We give gpj Margaret Phelps, and Messrs. Joel Moiitally Wounded. A dispatch the public credit for knowing something about merchandise, and Jj of Kloh- Trlbble and Joseph Phelps, says that Craig Grngg, who has served there! ore, try to advcrlife them in n intelligent manner. mond, spent a fow dujs with Miss several terms in thu penitentiary and Lllllo Peyton. who has been In jail hero for safe keephusMils. V. O. Sit.kd joined her ing two or three times, was shot Wedband hero Wednesday and they have nesday night unil mortally mounded by housekeeping In tho house on Robert Frishle nt Pittsburg. Frisble gone to Of the buines I wo have an immense stock of Spting Goods and it jH S Lancaster street recently vacated by Is lu jail. Dan Owens, for tho murder is business for us to offer them at prices which will attract your alten Dr. E. J. Itrown. rs tlon and of Hermun Smith In l.nutvl, was held Mil. AND MltS. C. U. KNdLKMAN, of without bailj Paint Lick, brought their daughter, TllKsmull-poxcaor .1. II. Sowdor Miss Mary Clark, to tho Joseph Price fnmi 81.50 to 81 yard, we have 11 very stipe-rio- r InUrmary yesterday, to bo examined was u pretty expensive one for tho town the finer qualities of thc-Of and county. Not counting tho loss that Your patronnge. Look at our goods and get our prices You can1' line. The miccc we have had with them nnd theiii-- o with which they for a stomach trouble. This Is Mr. pos3ibly loose nnd we Knelcman's first visit hero for two tho hiinlncss men of Stanford sustained in patterns- - years. nun? indiciition that we are right ,iu price us well,a-by reason of the. scare, here Is what it MS are Hild For cost tho LOCAL HAPPENINGS. $;:i;J. M. Philips' bill for board. JU7: 2(1 days, $.; Dr. Klookino, siding and colling. A. C. Negro nurse $.'100: at $2.50,medicines, Will be your gain. Hallcy. ubout stove, Stno. rT etc., fully $.50 more, total, $505. Mr. Skk tho biscuit machines at Hlgglns Philips' bill was cut to $00, but ho will .V McKlnncy's. make a light for It all. 11 II, Hay, UOuHOo or hundred J U The fiscal court, which was In h ft&Kvery body knout the Douglas ShoesX9 llaughman A Co. Tuesday and Wednesday, cut 2 cents irom the iuu uu vuiorum taxam... ,..u..i..n n Mtn stp...t tlon, making It 47 cents against 50 cts tLnffl club ties, choice sale and solid colore I J All freidi nnd new. Hundreds of fancy C.n.i. tnv Ij S11 en mil ln... a....... rt eottago for sulo people will just bavo to pay $1 for evA NICK ipjalitj, at 'J5c. Stocks nnd los, long ties made of net, lace, bilks, chiffons, ery $100 worth of property assessed. very cheap. Call on J. S. Hughes. Lilicrty, Ac, from !15c to 8'J. Tho line is too varied to attempt uny descripi This relief, though small, Is the more HusTONViLLK. A car load of llmo appreciated since tho State board Intion; come nnd see them. and cement on hand and for sale. W. creased all assessments on land and C. Grconlng. personalty 15 per cent. O. J. Newland valCHILLEDHOYLK county will lot tho keeping was allowed hull of tho condemned up of lis pikes to tho lowest bidder for ue of bis building for a pest houso. The was ordered to bo Insured ono year from May 1, whon bids will court-hous- e for $8,000, tho jail and residence for close. T $1,000 and the poor houso tor $2,000 for Moiu: rain, more rest. It poured flvo years. Squlro ColToy was appoint again last night like It had just started ed to purchase material for repair and this morning It Is drizzling uud ing tho Turncrsvlllo and Coffey's Mill We havo confidence in them. They We would like to hhow you ours. disagreeable. plko and employ labor for tho purpose cor-renil tho new ideas for Spring. Tho coats fit perfectly, uro just tho The saloon tlrm of HobcrU fz Carr Twenty bonds of $500 having been paid Tho skirU "hang" right, becauso has dissolved, tho former retiring, 'lho off, wore burned In tho presence of the length, nnd bhow tho "tailor-nmde.- " 1011 will tind our houso has boon closed soverul days but court. A. A. McKinney made his re :,.i, Aimtlinr itpin. too. is tho urice. .1 1, ho will open In a day or port as treasurer, showing that ho . For Silo by grado garments Carr tells us so. Mills to lie from 8 to 87 less than you will havo the kuiio handled $17,018.21 and hu was allowed .'10. M. Bright, democrat, was SIMS. Sr. Mr. J. 11. Hlgglns received it $200. W. priced you. Priced uro 81 1 , 12.50. 15, 10.00, 10.50, 22, dispatch from Jackson, 'lonn., that then elee'ed treasurer In his stead. Owens reported tho delinquent Joseph Johnson Sims hud died sudden Sheriff ly and that bis body would urrlvo ucro list, which Included UU polls and $'!, ut 1:21 1'. M. Friday, to bo Interred by DOtl property, which wus allowed und tho sldoof his mother.Mrs.Salllo Sims. also credit for $9,6111 property luted H)lls double listed. Mr. Sims was 27 years old und leaves a twice und three Tho list was then sold to him for $25. A wife and ono child. rtI committee was uppolnted to sell tho '?tv Will be Tho THE city council did llttlo ut Its fence on the plko ut Howlund. meeting last night except to allow Judge Hulloy and Cleric Cooper wero claims and attend to routine buslnes. ullowed $20 each for soiling county Anderson Carr was granted liquor II- - bonds recently. Squires Wullln and & Carr, n.nin nlacoof HobcrU N. Cruig who Coffey wero appolnto.1 to Investigate was cost of turnplko tools, crusher, etc., and lmve dissolved. Dr. W. allowed SI0 for vaccinating 120 jwoplo report to the court. Attornoy Holm and MO on tho Philip claim for board- was appointed to tind out probable cost ing J. U. Sowdor while ho had small of a turnplko commissioner. The eourt Lowct Prices. Work Guaranteed. tbeo adjourned till the 12tb, was also allowed. Mils. Lula Rosb dnd Mrs. Mattlo Webb, of Parksvll.e, are visiting Mrs. S. den. II. L. Tatk was hero from Ml. Vernon yesterday. A. C. HtATT, of Hockcanle, Is with J. C. MeCiary. Mils. W. A. MoiiKHLY is out again after a severe spoil. MIS.H Ol'IILLtA THOMPSON', of Chicago, Is with Miss Ophollu Lackey. Mits. A. T. Million, of the Southern Investment Co., Is nualn with us. Mi.ss HirrriK Wkakkn nccorapanlep Mr. Annlu .lames to Lexington yesterday. Mil. W. O. Huyhos, of Clnnelnntl, was tho guest of Miss Klla May Saun" Twksty-Fiv- b patterns of tine black crcpnns to select from nt Severance k Sons'. C?."Clotldng, Shoes, Hats, Ac, No. 309 West Main St., DANVILLE, ROWLAND A CO., KY. Cooic Wunted, a llrst-eln- ss cook at tho Vcndome Hotel, Hustonvllle. Apply Bt once to Mrs. I. F. Steele. WILL soil publicly court day seven shares Lincoln Co. National and three First Nntlonal stock. W. C. Crooning. BEMLEY & CARTER .Have. .. Highest markSt price for fresh, yellow Butter, Eggs, Meat, .Vc. Warren fc Shanks. No better time than now to buy. Enormous advances In the East will como here later. Severnncc & Sons. Wantkij. ... Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. -- FflNCYSILKS THE APPAREL MAKES ... gTHE MAN 1 Underwear, Shoes, Dress Shirts, MADE-TO-MEASU- pur-K)-e- s' Fred Kauffmann Illlll ti-s, 111 its-e( ... J.P.JONES, See 'Our Stock! Estt-t-- , a53 ... JOHN P. JQNES. Eng-lcraa- n, NO APRIL FOOL. I "j Blaek Grepons. e. 11 THE TKUTH I o pest-hous- jj LADIES' NECKWEAR. BELIEVE IT SEVERANCE & SONS. fr .. live-roo- Tailor Suits. 1 rep-rese- nt Oliver Plow -- BUY THE AndJYou Will Make No Mistake. el The Best In The World. HIGGINS McKINNEY. TOUR E7ES ! ... . Rjr ? Accurately Tested And Fitted DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. CRAIG& HOOKER'S pox MIPPLEMJH6. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. It. Staton and Clarence Coleman John Proctor. 9X97czaV7E.sSaiaBalHaaHaaW' Hay stallion, I hands high, by Alnlallah Messetger, lie by Messenger Chief, t dam a nftllll's Vermont. I will stand John Proctor the season of at my stable Ihreo miles from "helhy City on tho Knob Mck and Tumersvllle er aro In Lexington. Coulter & McCormack bought of Silas Wesley last week 100 fat hogs at 3c. D. G. Elliott had out a largo forco of tU PKIt YKA IN JVX VJVNCJC men working tho Turkey Knob road V When not so pud 83. BO will U charted. last week, but they say ho made it worse. MORELAND. 1, Every democrat hero Saturday was assw .fsiiZZiBasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss' for C. C. McCbord for railroad commis At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt J. K. Holm bought ,of Undo Dave sioner. And If thero Is a democrat In Money due when colt Is foaled or mare tlaley ii acres o( knob land west of tho county that Is not for him, he has parted with. Grass furnished at S cents per KTi hero Wednesday. been ashamed so far as I havo heard, to day Orass bill must bo paid Iwfore stock asssssssssssssssssl jam . .Jr.- Horn to tbo wife of Zack Klkln, n say so. is removed, There la no part of our ImalncM which boy, Wednesday, which Zack Rev. Nathan Prlco in a discourse at I will also stand the excellent young Jack, says will vote democratic, like "papa." Grove Sunday raised a tumult. Ho does not receivers full hare of nltentluti -u Mr. Wm. Pipes, of BloomDeld.father was particularly sevcro on dancing and and the stock of of Dr. M. L. Pipes, has purchased a lot especially so on those who furnish oc IS hands high, weighs 1.000 l., sired 'by commences Tom King, Hob Tail's dam by Levi Hubble' from Mrs. Brldjrowatcrand casion for such pastime, when somo half Prince, at J to Insure a living coll. Hob DHUCirt tho erection of a nice dwelling thereon dozen or mora ladles got up and left tho M1CDIOIN1CH jVIS'I) Tall has proved himself to be an excellent at onco. houso. Things looked a little squally 'rOII.,KTCtOODS breoedcr. Scott, for awhile, and being unused to such W. H. Routt sold to Hamilton II. IV I'OWELU Shelby City. U we carry are not surpsuscd by any In lite Lexington, 90,000 pounds of hemp at 4c procedure, you can imagine my amazeper lb or 84. 13 per" long hundrod.Thls ment. As the offended sisters tiled out city. is '00 and '07 crops as last year's Is not at tbo door, tbo preacher remarked Our Prescription Department, however, yet housed. that to roovo a terrapin It was only nechands high) is considered the most important and tho Combined bay stallion, Kubanks and A. Holm are essary to put lire on its back. Quiet aire of I.atltiula Mr. David Standard Utile . ltecord I I0'. Sired by WalslnRham both hind ankles white. getting lumber on hand to becin tho being restored tho preacher took up and many others In tho list. Wnlnlnglmm. Nalsrtli's sire . It a win of OeotRe Wilkes SIB. utmost care la exercltcd In compounding Sired by Amiaujiii Mi.emieh. Kim dam Tlnol, by Mosengor lluroo 10(1, son of Hamblrtonlau and sire of Elaine. JiIO, erection of their Rrlst mill on the lot of tbo thread of his discourse and contindam the William Luk saddle mare and filling orders. Vlrst ' Mr. Helm. The machinery was all pur- ued his tirade against the sins most tho dam of Norlalne, yearling record i:31'a. by I).vy Crockett, son of Penny's Krennou, Second dam Hess, alster to James llowelt, Jr., by llambletonlan 10, alroof texter chased In Cincinnati last week. The purity of the drugs used and auto Bro. Prico by Highlander. provalent in that section. Third dam Jemla itoyrts by Harry Clay , aire of the dams of St. Julian Sill'f. llodlno by Imp Drennoni 2nd dam Mr. Elijah Lawless, a prominent has taken upon himself tho arduous task Abdallah Messenger. lre of Kngllsh Hun- lulo accuracy In mcaaurlng nnd weighing produced 1:30 trottcrsi also sire of the dam of Electioneer. IS have farmer of Garrard county, aged SO.dlcd Of moralizing that community, and if 2ll9)rnnddamothers that son of Lance, by American Kcllwe. ter. Is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud by Liberty. l'outtli ensure rfcct results. at tbo homo of his sister, Mrs. Weaver bo'escapes a whipping, there Is nothNote. Naboth Is a bay, 10 hands high, foiled Juno Is, lss. Ills pedigree contnlns Messenger, 2'18'. Dnnn, near Shelby City, of Brlght's ing in tho scowl portrayed upon the blood of llambletonlan. (leorgo Wilkes. Mambrlno Wilkes. Pilot Jr., and Harry Clay. I will stand English Hunter the sensou of sp at mv stable four miles from Stanford disease and old age. Ho was stricken countenances of those ladles who gavo on Crab Orchard pike at Colt. with paralysis last Friday and rover him the cold shake Sunday. $15 Will recovered from tho shock. Burial at Tho democrats of this precinct met at Mare grated Living Oolt. at il per month, which In all cae must lie paid before they are taken $10 to Insuro A Lancaster today. TO THE FARMERS ! Kcenoy's ball to appoint delegates to away. o mares shall be removcu mi pasture rent Is pild. Care taken to prevent ac- Money due when coll Is foaled or mare J. O. and W. P. McAllstcr purchas-c- the county convention at Liberty, April cldents but not responsible should any occur. parteu wiiu. trotters last week 3rd. W. P. Keeney, county chairman, U All nations are learning this lesson A.C. DUNN, Stanford, Ky. from It. S. Veatch, St. Matthews, Ky., called tho meeting toorder and explainIitiplc-iticnt- H principally by Robin, son of Axtell and ed its object. Col. II. H. McAnlncli Osborne JOHN. II. MILLER out of mares sired by Nutwood, Direc- was made chairman and T. S, Benson Succeed lilj.1i. bred liy Dr. L. Herr. Itecord 3:'1X, trial 21.'. Chestnut stallion, IS', liimls tor, Prlnceps and George Wilkes. In secretary. Mr. McAninch made a short Is it candidate for the legislature, subject Where others full, most rsieclally our HinKv. to the action of the democratic party all Messre. McAlMer have In training talk on taking tho chair, further exders and Mowers Their iHirfectfon Is credF.N 58. BY MAMHKINO PATCH ited to bvlns built of the liest material that stable and track hero In plaining 2i at their tho object of the meetinir, Slro of 25. of tho dams of 130, Including Uilph Wilkes, 2.0'j, Crawford. 2H1TI,'. money can but AlMiNdnr Utted with the HON. 31. P. NORTH town and they are all royally bred ones. In when Rev. G. C. Smith took tho floor to only irfecl HULLKU IIKAItlMl!" draft and 2113.S. Jupe. 2:13',, Ac, Mini have sired oer ISO. Announces his candidacy for News was received hero of the recent assuring at all llmesllfhtest the office of Kenreseiitative from the cuunlv longest life A full line uf reiialrs alwats and made a short bat pointed speech, t dam Variety (dam of Ogden.berg arrival of a daughter In tho family of which was well applauded. A voto was of Lincoln, subject to the nctlon of the de kept on hand It's now lime to sow oats To . . ..I'J j. 2.KW) "K mocracy bv Mlddleton 152 islreof fourteen , Mr. and Mrs. Ed II. Edwards, of New prepare crouud properly buy the taken for delegate to tho Liberty con- 2dam....... aiid the dams of flftwii lu 2i3U. IiIm: Harrows !vo our I lay Tedders. York city, former residents of this loson of llambletonlan 10. vention, and M. W. Jones was elected , I'tlAMC IHILTZC'LAW. Edwards Is employed by cality. Mr. by Trumper's Hellfounder. W. T. j ,1am ("lanford, Ky over Squire J. A. Wall and one of the big dallies thero at a hand Coulter. Mr. Coulter was made alter OKANCJK 1ILOSSOM 23 (lro of Orange Chief 2il3Jj. eight others nnd the dam of lted PIfifitN, VIiich. Hu.I Ji. :!;). TrccH, IIUM)m2:24li etc.). by Mlddletowo 1S2. damellle Post (dam of some salary and worked his way from nate. The croud was a unanimous the "case" up, being a practical print McChord one and the dolegato with the by American Mar It, etc. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, mall Fruits and everr thine for On"hard, er. Like Abraham and Sarah, they alternate were Instructed to voto for Will Stand at $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. OR TRADE. Itwiinnd (inrdrn We employ nu acenu, seem to bo enjoying a blessing In their and use their endeavors to secure tho n( his y tiindwinr tslllon It Note. ydr vv'i.li ilia sn etrenily Msiubrln KlniC lis with sll trie firm, llnlili an.l slrle nlMiml.rl-fa- - but sell direct at reasonable prlc-s- . .. ....iiv nWt U un.Ioul.lealr lb bali.liiirt ui uf old days. and Tree Catalogues on application Ui endorsement of the county for him. . i...,i,. il. i. iwri mill terv tins lrw!rrnd i.irk hi. itt wim (rest unlluruillr ss nKirui CplerKll.t farm uf : 10 arm In Soutbra,! Kansst. II. F HILLF.XMF.YF.lt. Tho Easter exercises at the Union Adjourned. him lis diMlllon, snr onsesn liin.ll sn. liwki aii.l pure calt. He tiss Lh. style i from the )tlrurl tins. Well hsatrl. Iilnctou. Ky. 30 mlli--rarmlniouutry, thukly .llle.l Mill seii ftitrr tlisu his mvnl. lis Telephone:;!). (101-lIsoneoftueimrrotinUeJ horses In lthe wurl.l sn.1 IsopsMaol trottln(uiuch lis, auspices of the Chris-cla- n church under the H. H. McANiSCH, Chm'n. Us essjr trotll l hss hl ustd with him slwatian.l sn lie horse tORri in would not suionnl to ,iuIImId 1 ft smt ones. y t.niiior trade f.ir Urm In fVntra! ICeii niuniht. He ettr hs.l lo hlsl'fc Endeavor Society, was a very en.uiirters In ai seeond. All ilis training In T. S. Benson. Secy. la H,i"" I'sny IIAildrewlloi dlrlrrruis Ky a aiimiit, in.i . niirnn lu sn oM W S. BEAZLEY. D. D. S., lurky. (T) otrr a iuu.i ir irsos si xrw ... obtained bis record when a irsde. t, .staafurvl, joyable occasion. Tho ehurch was -- y ....flilonil hluli wlileiisuijrs)ciiuts niwui Its show .-boroaa well aa tratlrr Has l,vn skown ,at KINGSVILLE. lls's tkv leTev..hesJr.1. afraid of nothlnit lie tastefully decorated with (lowers and ... u.nlln.l..n.an. . If... hii. - t. IHlH.r lit dr.!.. llln.a . llaa. -- .... - n...... .. ..- -- -. aLniicnHtcr, Ky. some or I he oel rairs in rkcmucj "i ,..... tnottos and the program consisted of Ixr of twee I'tale prvinlunii) Rumors of weddings galore In the Teeth Extracted Without Pain ! C. recitations, solosandcbolrslnging with near future All tho air but none,, as Will Also Stand a Good Jack at S8 to Insure a Living Colt. Han-oa closing talk by the pastor. Rev. With Vltallf d Air. Physician In attendyet, have materialized. Farmers here ance. Miss Willie Wigham received tho look serious on account of tho backS. BAUGHIV1AN, Tailor, Ofllce In tho New Thominon llullillnr;. It The prize for the best motto furnished, ward spring, but piously accept tbo which was a lovely design In ever- inevitable and have adopted tbo motto: greens and natural flowers. L. Stanfokd, Kv., Danvillk The contract for mnk DR. "All's well that ends well." CRAB ORCHARD. Bev. W. D Wllburn, pastor In InL this imurovctnents nnd addltliinH ti I'llYSIClAK AND DKl'GOIST, salutation to tho I.NTKltioit Our con-- i charge of Georgetown M. E. church, ac- JOUUNAL Is: "Christ is risen," and tho Bcs-l- o In Receiving; his Clark, of color, died of Aud tho ,joylu counly court J0U40 wn8 1(.t companied by his wife, who formerly response comes to us through tho air: sumption Wednesday and was hurled lo jIlmM Tennyson, who kcU the job MCKINNICY, - KUNTUCKV. Winter GoodN. was Miss Emma Prultt, are vlsltlngtho "Christ Is risen indeed." Mr. W. L. at, thin mace Thursday afternoon with as a whole for $Mti2. W. G. Haney's family of James E. I'rultt. Master John McCarty, our leading merchant and LlttluAlllo I'leasants U dck bid was just $10 higher.- - Charles Prescriptions Carefully t'oms)Utideil H y or Goods Warranted. si);iu. ii".oiu Smiley, of Lexington, came over for a manufacturer of canned goods, has something like measles and her mother Worthlngton has u healthy lumb which Fit Guaranteed. short visit to friends here the first of sold at a good price, tho whole product has had to close bchool for a few days. walks altogether upon Its foru legs.just Give Htm a Call. the week. Mrs. Lizzie Morgan, of of his factory and Is now, by tbo adMrs. Alice Xewland was called to as un athlete walks on bis bands. Thu NOTICE TO FMMERS. Knoxvllle, Tenn.. Is visiting her broth dition of much now machinery, pre- Cincinnati Tuesday nls.it to eee Fred lumb hits two good hind legs but no I have on hand and for silo en, Mr. Zack Klkln. near MillcdjevIUe. paring to can a great variety of fruits wh,o Is down with typhoid fever. Joo hi od feet. John It. Stout, Jr., aged 10 Mr. Thos Best and wife are both conherubseneo months, son of John II. und Mrs. Put-ti- c FORTV IIROKE MUI.ES. and vegetables during the coming is runnlni; tho olllco during fined to their room with an attack of season. nnd riirht hero wo would like to senk Gentry Stout, died this morning. Will sell from one to n Unclortnlcor, wo know to bo Advocate. s;rlp. Also Qnatonville, Our social life has been enllvoned by a word for Joo, whom Kentucky --. m FEED Al.'D SALE STABLE. LIVEUT, Sir. Shelby Benedict, aged SO, who tho arrival on a visit to relatives of ono of tho very best boys ever raised THAT THUOIIIIIMi lll.UI.U'lli:. II, U I'O.V. Hot M?. Iiauvllle. K'y business, upIs seriously (i lives near Mllledgnville, USrrs his arrrlres to tbs peoil of West .It cole Would ipiltkly lears you. If ou ii.nl lr. Kings Mrs. John McCarty, daughter and son around here. Strictly and Cassy rounties ullitock uKuAoillJCul, 'lautisindt of iUoVrrrs have pruv 111 and is reported to be partially paraho deserves lo New l.!ti Hll hies, slaslwarton hand their nut. from Lebanon Junction. Mrs. Dan right and lurrlt lor Slik aud a II. H. Car)wnlr, Mnir. lyzed. Mr. Benedict is an old tirao Deneen, of Somerset, has just returned succeed In every undertaking, and lleadaih.s They nnko pure hlul and tlrumc A. 8. PRICE, nrrus aud build up your hraltli, l.4,y to lake. democrat and one of the pioneers of homo after a visit of a few days to her hero's wishing him success. Try tlirui. limy .', iruls. Money Iwi k II not tur-eSnrgoon Nikt by IVliliy, lrugit. Lincoln county, and It Is to bo hoped mother, Mrs. B. C. Pennybaekcr, and Mrs. Magglo Molvln and hundsomo Dentist, Lincoln County genial rays of the spring sue hero I would express tho general sen- daughter, Miss Annie, aro visiting at There uru i!7:J known volcanoes in that tho 's bhlno will restore hlra to his former Stauford. Ky. of one Mrs. Harvo Collier's. It was J. II. tho world, of which 70 uro uctlvu. timent that to bo the mother National Bank. good health. Uncle Tim Hardin, an- such daughter Is glory enough for any mill at Maywood, and not NaOIUosoTsr MdUiberts' lru( Store in the Owilsr Daugbman, of Stanof this section, aged 81, woman other pioneer ItulldlDs CapIttlMuik.'lIiti.iMV but when Ac, Ac, what must pier's. Mr. S. II. Wednesday to sco It. II. MISS EVELYN TARIMF, id just convalescing from a severe atwo say? Miss Gertrude Pennybaekcr ford, was heru tSutsTcMMir tolbn lrtun llank . Tiut luntiwiiT racors. Mr. tack of grip. ami uu'irr it.it iiiatiAiccniriit ruatiau Tho Sonmstross. will next week make, a short visit to llronaugh otf with bis Cleveland Bicycles outly lir v from a vis Wednesday by N. A trado was closed For Mile, Cincinnati. Upon her return she is Charles Kedd, Jr., returned Mr. Chas. I'hiln and rahlouublu Sowing Cutting und J. Cone and Claud I'rultt by which expecting a visit from her cousin, Miss it to Dr. Uedd at Llvlngstou. AIm) lteiitlng und ltepalrlug. falMactlnu Water Works ,t. Fitting u ."clallt (Jiuiriitit o U going up rapidly they get u pretty good slice of real Besslo Mclsaac, of Chattanooga, u very SinglotonSi house Till: DAN VILLI. I VlI.KOI., IHNMIIK, K. In the new town of Bowcn, the coal charming and beautiful girl. and will ho u nlco roomy cottage. Nu IlilThlribt and water station between hero and HUBBLE. Junction City. They will build a store- STAT. Of (llllii CuVoi" Tun im, Of Valuibb Stwfcrd Pr:Ferty and Whitley I.U V.Ol.NTV, H)lHaT swell Istriiirss relalloiis will!.ru room and put In a line of general mermutual C:scty C:al Lasis. ly 1iikU1 and lrsunt fashioned Ciir.Ni.V makra oath that lie II the utMC J. .1. V. Uland has an old chandise there. We are also Informed Kiilor lartiirruftlielirm of J. CnkM.Y A Co., Mlll.tTIIILS County 'MX) liu.liel seeit oats for sale. Iiuilurss that u depot site was staked olT and the il.ilni; aforesaid, In HieCityof TolK will oy and clock running now, that has been keepI lie and lliat said Ann has only Oliver Clillli'il Pi,i. uiiil Keiulrs. railroad company will begin tho erec- Male J.J. Willi. w.. uiunltlS'i: iit'MIUKIJ IiOI.UM!"" luriailiaud ing good tlmo for "5 years und i.i.snu.v ciiici it ttu iit. Im'.i In tin, world. J.S.Os.lrr, Sr evrry tue ofCatartb that munot l, cured by the cost 50 cents for repairs aud cleaning tion of one right oil. lrt Nalluiial lunk, ofKiaiifuril, I'lalntlir,ofV.'.ll. Multu Cultlvittors,ll.i I llunrlni; llliulurs. DterliiK Hull und MIIIillM..Jl, Mary oiu KK. hale. aruon,.i lielriul.iits. George Staton, tho mill man, has Ulll HAIL'S CAT kllllll Ulrit.XK j.cin:sr.v. during tbat tlmo. A. W. t niHtrr, DeerliifC Hull unit Hill lleurlii;; Mowers. In oUiili'iire to a judiiirnt of sjle rriider,.! In W. II. I 'u III III Ilia, just completed a nlco dwelling and will the Swlil Mojur llucklKiarils utnl lliuluietyieiiaiiM wortl to Ufore me and subvrtbe.1 In my pits bought 10 umus of land Jinuary term, lsa, theand anion at ruminlbioiier Fred Yakoy J. L. I.)tiu, uiidenlKiieU Plows mid Doulile Mioiela. inovo from Mlddluburg here lu a few erne, Hill i.lh day of iKitiuUr, A. I. Ixvl. S, II Mimika days. It will pay to wutch this rUlng tCrr. I All klnilsof rurultuiii unit uuy plei'o or from J. P. Bland for $1,000. S.Dunbar will oil A W.IILIIA'-O.V- , J city J. IL (Is.l.r "'' I'llbllc sold Taylor House a work raulu for f.l'i. MONDAY. APRIL IOTH, kindD,ofH.Huriirss ou want. Call on Kv, CAltl'K.NTKIt. Ill'amwil.l.r. a (IITll Al An item In our last letter In refer-un- co Hall'aCatjrrli ( lire Is lakrn Internally and arts J. K. Kubanks sold his palp of sorrel dlrisllyon Ike IiIcmhI uud uuutiut surfaus of the lnW, Counly C""l lay, In front of the Cuujl. to tho possibilities of tbo Knob vkli in S. II. hbanka, I'lisldrnl. lii.l furtfwtlintitiljU. frre. mures through Charley Satidldgo for llou tloor lu hlsiiford, Ky, sells! i.iiMio outrry land near nero Having causcu soma r j.ciii:.m;v a i(i,Tuieiu,u, l.ldder the hillowlnt! de- J.ll. Ilw.lcy.tu.lilrr to ids uiuhekl and wo deemed It proper this 800. J. L. Jarvls has bought 00 acres serlliwl 'iorty lor Ut puriusv of sJtl.f) Inn ilalu 7.V. l.y IiruKjCtsta. Nild comment, W Jl. HiUlil, Ak.1, fjjhkr the Hall's i'aiully 111U are Hie 1U Garrard tins luliliieui a(aiu,i iirisuusiiis to furnish eonio figures In regard week MltS. U. D.HI.MI'SO.N, l'ror.. oflund of John Woods In wllhUrieut.lnterrl fnim May Is, lwt until to the bame. J. D. Dalton, onu of tbo luiil aiii uie itMis oi iuu union. The Statu prUon commission has let countv. for $.1,000 and will move to it. t Kentucky. Mary local tobacco buyers, reports having I i'ur 'l lis iimirovod nart of dekndaut ....- - I.. .. . FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mrs. W. J. Anderson is up again SSWHS a iiroiieriy on .i purchased slnco tho now crop catno In, a contract to St. Louis parties for putiiuiituia .ireei is iaui.im. troub- louaUllniibf I'laciisofgruuDil, ImludioK Us .& Newlr furnished: clean heds: enlondsd T.l.O.'il jounds, for whlch,hu paid ting In a $.1,000 electric-ligh- t plant at from u severe uttuck of stomach Of STANr'OltD, KV. Mable, 1 ard aim uarueu I'orters which would make an average- the penltentlury at Frankfort. Tho le. Mrs. G. A. Swlnobroad is spending luir, II Hilt dors not realnsa ultiiUnt amount to lahlo. Everything tirbt'CUss. i S9 th eoiuiiilHloiier of $.).& per owt. The major part or cull of daughter, Mrs. Geo. saliify themijudgment Uil of Three Airvs will then meot all trainn. Stock $100,000. CvlUl Suplui, I17.3C0 adjoining; roved each convict will bo lighted a week with her lithe I this tobacco was ''knob" tobacco and m Is havioi. Hit Altsntlon ol the nubllf. I. raiti t it., i... ,l. that brought u higher averuiro than tbo with an Incandescent light. Thu old Wood. Mr. S. M. Spoonomoro uf his and Uut luollota, aal", aire stuted, Aiiercomuilwloiier lbs aliue lroiriy sell lbs iiruisrty on Hanrllle hlns-- t a.a will thin ing a brick walk laid In front hl,1,""llr s(lonal i Hank In Stanford. Vu. blue crass crops, walner Bros', crop plant will lo removed to Kddyvlllo. .. .u. oi us w hula and Hank Act averaged 7 c ana Jesse tloiuum, u tens depositors i'iiiiii uot onlynaiiouaicapital atock dwelling. Wm Watson, our clovor amount. atet tbeMd whlili la for lbs xrtateat are secured by tbe A TIIOrSANH TO.NIHI.S but by lbs aKHkboldrrs1 liability lor an auiount ant ol tbo Walner's, made 1,100 pounds a. If ilia tils of Ibis iiroivrtr falls to brlnsaiuf brick mason.ls doing tho work. Mr. J. lualtu IhesUxk solhaldiUoraof Could uoteipins Urn r.ldursof Annie K. Snriu- the Juditiutut the euuimii. to tho aero and averaged lie all round. , tlou are mured by a fuud oflAO.OW). Iblalnalltu. pa., when S. Murphy continues very HI at his tldtntauiount ntoy Aires gl a :er, of IU1 Howard HI., Kirs asora louer will tb, soil Z9u Imt 11 o tli crops were raised on land pursUttuisnta of lbs condition ol lbs lUuk arsmads liar on lbs tbe touud that llr Kline's Mew lor Con- - daughter's, Mrs. S. K. I.lco'n, near ufUod lu Wbltler County, Ky., each year lo lbs Uulted Stales tloernnienl chased three years acn at $ per aero. auiui'llon had cured her of a luuktug of the Umitrllls A Ka.t.l.leoltlie and Its ssmU are eiamliied at stated times by lOT.iuuT.nl Wo aro Informed that tho northernex- - i'ouali tbat lor luaur itura had made life a huruvn Hodgevllle. Nubillle lUllroad. aeuta,tbua swurlan additional aua Vrle, lilii 4 Ifllils falls to alWr His ud(ment lbs roiu All other rvuiedles and doctors could xlve her bo Insures are preturaulo lor touauco cul- help, hut Uesasof this lloyal Curs; Tlt sooa u.lnlonsr alii than aoll the iJO Acrta uf uld till "rT,vw'. This Institution originally established aa the Ds. ture u the southern hlllsldus aro as u ley Couuty Trait Irliifou tbe West aide ol the the kilu In uy cht aud ran now sleep HHKUMATI8MCUIIED. ,. ., i poalt Hank ol Stanford In ItM, thru aouudly soiiislliluii I can lianxly reiueuibvrdolu general rule not adapted ia S k. Matlou Hank of Htanlord In I'uln '. . l.lllMW.ou Ilaullleblreelnhisulord,.1..,-.- Ky., lsrors. 1 feel like soundluit Its pralnea tbroiihout Ilisproiwrty My wlfu has used Chamberlain's . I I ..( If - W.....I. I. . wi vi ,.. . i rsis 1 ruorianlud asihs I'ui K.n.,...i i..C;i ..."H It lbs L'ultrrae." ho will etery ons who tries llr is uouuusa ou ui. i.uim In bs. bad prllf.lly an unluterrupt I was reading an advertisement of King'. .Nw PUvtery for any trouble of tbe Halm for rheumatism with great relief, diiUsand It. U. Wsrreu, IJi.l b laud of M U ..Ui. and J !"".T,Vr "? 1", ll. l'rUSis audfl, Tria u 'lliruat Chest or l.uiif """ ui'i'ited oiVwir can recommend it us a splendid l'uriiuan'adalaees t.f.tliy A. Ullbura. on houlh Cbambcrlula's Colic, Cholera and hoitlM fiee at 1'euuy'a 1'rug Hlorc, eirr Ivllle (uar and I IlaiiTllls buret, 11.11, by Miikiillle, ou n Remedy lu tho Worcester Enter-prl- o anteed. liniment for rheumatism and other Uraiir a di dares- aim n l'Whitley Ouunly, Ky,. la Ia'J1ua.,,d7.Ul.,c,,"ia"'': lbs laud situated in household uso, for which wo havo found bounded Sorlu byUndaoIJoe llcnusltaud Henry recently, which leads mo to write Miss Caroline Hazard, tbo now presi. by lands urn. I never used W. J. Cuyler, Hed Creek, I. Urummelt. West by laud, ol Col. Mru sua DtaacToai. valuable. this. I can truthfully say of mills' heirs, Mra.'lbaru, Koutli doot of Wollesloy college, Is herself it llarVir!?00-ol i'Sr- any remedy equal to it for colic and not u col lego graduate. Sbo Is Vi years N. Y. Mr. Cuyier is onoof tho leading l.ut 1T lamia baa lloyd, ItJoura A Idl'onu. Ilil, 8U..IW and TliuUr of land uju nueII.dm I fur shii.iiluif, J.a.JIotksr. ' I havo never had to uso merchant of this vlllugoandoneof tho trait Isoonienleul to I. AN fViiiTi II. dtarrlxi'a. whlilt .! W.I'. Walton And Dealu in old. W, A luada Tkiius. '1 b most promluent men In this vicinity. -- aud Vi luoutbt. aalea will Is Kood ou rrrdllsofb J. II Colll.r.c.b Orch'd M." J.MI .,. s1lv.,L. taoro than one or two do.os to euro tho rsoual srcurl llouda will, "- m , K.r.iuiots, man lord, Her- - ly, bearing V SADDLERY, fcC. wrorbt ciso with mytolf or children. The man who was ground to death W. O. l'hlppln, Kdltor Ued Creek if ceut. iniriesi iroiu uaie unui ujd. , .. ,. luyabUt Iv C4jmuiislourr. baniug lorio aud Hint o t. TTntyw iorncait. ujr mii, Popomoko, City, Md. by u train near Georgetown, was dls ,iaiu, ror soiu 1... I..nl.. .. wiwi,-ii- ,lmi. aiudiuieut, will ts rniulred uf lbs iiurtbawr W. A. Stroud, j;8. Ilocksr, .'resident; J.J. Mcllobsri. KY. STANFOHU, C,'", It. t WAIIIILN, Master I'vinuilMlvner. A. A JWcKlua.v AMUUntCwhlM. glsti. Fur ealo by Ci alg A. Hocker, druggists covered to bo Mike Coughllu. plko WJI pRWlsJ I V t 1 M, , Wv U30IO T-A-XX- NABOTH 10,01G. :,t. Stand at to Insure a Living English Hunter. 1 Penny's Drug Store. d two-year-- OGDENSBURG 3737. Farm exl.t-enc- e. SIIJSTO-- '99. Mraw-berr- e FARM FOR SALE - 1 sl nn-l- rl Pl v7. ..' ... .......... -- H. RUPLEY, a. M. Stanford, Ky. Merchant M. LOADER, Fall J. T. SUTTOWT, 1 car-lou- trust-worth- 1 Col-ller- The It-ir- . es-tit- Commissioner's Sale 1 TO FARMERS. russ-prollui'(;li's-IJiinle- Solicits Your Bank. Account, 1 1 IC'I Mason Hotel ...aaasBaswaassssaa. Iincnster, - m J.C.cCjjAIaY I'liiladi-lpbla- e 1 1 V .it-- . .1.- lf. Dim-rlia- '. UNDERTAKER! ''SJ f n"."' HA-XKIS- --