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Speed Smith, of lllchmond, It lit of Hrlgtil't dlcao. died In Charles Conloy, Wayne county last week. Tho poat oHlco at Whltaotl, Hell county, will bodlacontlnued on April Ifi. Charles Whuelor, wlio forged tlio nam of Thomas Turner to a check, wan Riven two year at lUchtnond. Mat Cobon, tho horseman, baa been npH)lnted cow coroner for tho L. fi N., d, wltb headquarter at Itlchmond. Miss Nannie Stlu;all died at H jmemct from tbo effects of Injuries received by bolnj: thrown from a buggy. Nelson Wagner, a miner, wasbuVned to death near Williamsburg In a cabin that It wan thought was set allro. John O. Gray, tho aged father of clever James 1. Oraj, of Somerset, died lant week at Lawronceburg, Ind. At Hlohmond Alex. Pence was given 10 years for killing James Smith, who he claimed was lntlmutu with his wife. LclKinon will have a four days fair commencing Feb. 15, C C. Haldrlck vras elected secretary to succeed Sam T, Spalding. The grand Jury of Madison county may Indict tbo fiscal court for not mulntalnlng tho turnpikes in lcttur condition, under tho system. At tho request of James H. McCreary, of lllchmond, Lieut. Vestal, U. S. Ar- my, has been deluded at Central tnt- verslty as military Instructor. Mo held Ibis position previous to tho outbreak of the waruod Is now on leave of ab sence. Willie Hayden, son of 11. F Hayden, writes us under dato of April Ith, that "No rain bad fallen In their section of Toxas, Scguin, since Dec. 1 7th last and that everything Is drying up and the wind blows It away." Slnco then a , good rain has fallen, wo learn by telegraph, and wo hope tho cry of hard times Is over. At Hrooksvllle, Miss , two Negroes. Forest Jamison and Mote Anderson, wero lynched by a mob for tho murder of T. H. Cleland, whom they choked to death, Mr. Cloland was from Lebanon, Ky , where ho did more to advance the horsu Interest than auy othc man, anil his remains wero brought homo Satur day for Interment. Ho bad been running a plantation for a syndicate. K. tucky river Sunday night with a sulky and drowned. Mr. Wm. Jones reports that James Wyley killed Hob Murphy Sunday night at mouth of Faint Lick. Particulars not given. T.J. Hatcher Is on tbo sick list. Lotchor Owsley will goto Ashevllle, N. C, to visit his brother, W. O. Owsley, who has boon thorc for some lime. A telegram has been received hero conveying the sad Intelligence lh Mr. John I). Young, a son of J. Hoo Young, and grandson of Mr. W O. Anderson, this county, was killed In a mine near Pho-nlx- , Arizona. Partleu lars unknown. Tho body of Georgo Dlsmukcs. color cd, was found In tho Held whero he hud Iwen plowing near HryantHvllle.alargo ball having been shot through his heart. Circumstances showed that somo ono had Im?cii concealed near tho place where tho body was found. There Is nothing to proo who tho assassin is, but a man with whom ho once had a dllllculty is minpccicd. Kliler Hen J L. Smith, corresponding secretary of tho American Christian Missionary Society, delivered ail able sermon, at tho Christian church on Sunday night. Ho showed that much good has been done by that society In our nation, and that much remains to Inidono. Ho estimated that every V ld Into tho society save a soul, and 'that tho Christian clfurch Is 1,100,000 strong In tho United States. d II. M. Ilallou's new building on street Is going up rapidly. Sever-u- l other handsome residences will be built soon, among them, one by A. C. Denny, on Lexington Avenue, and ono by Capl. Thomas Austin, on Crab Orchard ulred. Tin eo others aro nearlng Hleh-mon- Louis McCnllcy's horso ran Into Ken- completion und will be occupied by Kobort Embry, Klco Hengo und Wcs .unonc. These buildings, thu new botol and thu prospuct for another railroad, show a prosperous condition of itlTalrs In Lancaster and, being surrounded by m rich agricultural country, there Is no reason why It should not Ivcimio ono of the leading towns of tho if MANW1 NS LnxiNOTON, KY.,Apr.8, -- Tho opera house was filled to ovcrllowing last night on the occasion of tho Inter-col- -' Icjjlato Oratorical Contest. Mr. It. K. Moss, of Nashville, Tcnn., and repre- senting Kentucky University, carried off first honor. (lis subject was "Men Hlsa on Stepping Stone of Their Dead State. Tho reported deal madu at Frankfort to buy a delegate for $100 explains why our delegation wanted to gounlnslruc'-cd- , as they mut have thought that such Inducement would bo olTcred. Whether It was a genulno deal or not, such u proceeding Is a disgrace to tho Stale,! and thine who participated In It should never bo permitted to take part In another convention. It Is claimed hero thai thu nomination of McCbord Is a victory for Hardin, as his friends were necessary to nominate, and for the additional reason that tho Goobullaw was not Indorsed by the convention. Tho "Coral Hulldors" mission band of Hustonvllle, held their first Easter sorvico, "Go and Toll," at the Christian church Sunday evening, tbo 2nd, at 7 o'clock. Tho organization has only bcon In cxlstonco about six months and this was the first appearance of many of them In any public way. Maud Williams and Carrie Camnlu sang touching solos and Helen Hocker and John Steele gave appropriate readings. Tbo children all did splendidly and each ono deserves mention Thoo;caslon was most enjoyable to the largo congregation which responded liberally when four sweet little girls took up tho contribution. Their leaders, Misses Lena Yoweil and Mary C. Carpenter should feci proud of tholr charges and their work. On tho afternoon and evening of April 7 tho U. W. H. M. auxiliary gavo u social at tho residence of Mr. O. IJ Morse, which was a success, notwlth standing tho day ww ono of tho wors. of tho season. Light refreshments were served, each guest paying uecordlng to height, which was estimated according toaunlquo rule, well calculated to catch tho unwary For example, a young lady of "high standing" In the community coming under the notch nt f feet 11 Inches, had to pay 22 conts for supper, by the rule, while the supper of n young gentlemen who stood II feet 2 Inches cost him only 11 cents. The measurements were taken amid much merriment und the olegHnt refresh-tnent- s enjoyed none the less for tbo fun. Altogether the socli.I wns most or.joyublo for old and young nnd Mrs. Morso and her daughter, Miss Krraa, aided by the ladles of the C. W. H. M-- , proved most charming hostesses. The proceeds of the supper will bo used by the society In paying for the education und support of a clrl whom they bate adopted and who is now at tho orphanage in Domoh. India. Tho ladles of the auxiliary have engaged Dr. Seineuro Kulwta, a Japinoso student, now at Duller I'nlverslty, lndlaniiK)lls, to gle bis Illustrated lecturo on Japan on tho evening of April 21st. Dr. was baptized In Japan in 1S0O, bv Mr Stuvons, a missionary of tho Chris- tiac church, and has been in this counKu-bo- Ring In the now King In tho trat " We bring to you the new and truo from tbt plney forests of Norway "Ring out the old King oat the Ulia DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by JOHN SAUNDF.HS Ml'KPIIY. At tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. S. K. Hlcc, whero he bad lived slnco his son, W. II. Murphy, broke up houto-- i Keeping to go to Texas In December, nnd surrounded by his children, tho spirit of Squlro John S. Murphy passed peacefully to iu reward nt .'t:.'J0 Saiur-d- ap morning. A stomach trouble with thu Infirmities of old nge, caused his death, after tin Illness of threo weeks. He wns unconscious for 24 or more hours before tho end, but In his lucid moments before, he had expressed udo-slr- o to die and bo at the happy rest lie was confident would bo his. Horn in science to a Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Pleasant, Permanent, Positive mk I nun adaali. B Bottlas Only. 2So., 50o. and $1.00 SIsm BE SURE YOU GET and Dver nM AM68 YEARS auy rtmaUy tqual toOLD.ltrU'a Jr. It etna quick and wrrnanmtrrlkf Dr. Bill's bifrtP as wall as cough androids. Itmalc-- j I Pini-Tar-Ht- u soonc Mrv M. X. Mcualf. For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. VK HAVE try for threa years preparing himself for mission work in bU native land. Ills lecturo is given for tho purHiso of raising funds to pay his expenses utthe university. Tho society Is in a most vigorous condition aud Is doing splcn did work for tho master, Mrs. K. D Lucy serving as president, Mrs. Jennie Carpenter in secretary and Mrs. K. S, Powell as treasurer. to Higher Things." Strango tosay.tho decision of tho judges was not only a surprise to tho "yellers" of the other candidates, but to tbo K. U. men as well. While tho writer Is not competent to judgo and crltlslro orations, yet u majority of tnD unprejudiced will concur with us that tho medal should haxe eltbor gone to Uobort M. Allen, of the Stato College, or William II. Toombs, of Georgetown, lty tho way, Allen Is an old Casey county boy, but now of Mr. II. 1 Itogor. of Mt. Woodford. Sterling, represented Cenlro College. C.'U's. representative was N. L. ShropToombs, tho shire, of Austorllu. Georgetown man, halls from GreenCt.AHK.STK COLKMAN. ville, Miss. A loug procession of frlonds und relatives followed tho remains of Mr. John TV. Logun to Lancaster Cemetery on Sundav, where appropriate services were held by Elder H. M. Campbell and the mortal purl of a truly good and noble man was laid to rot. 1 remember him us mi olllcer In Hush Hranch church, where hu was known u. u eace maker und u truo christian man. 1 know him In the ordinary walks of life and around tho tlroside, where, his words and deeds wero prompted by the purest impulses of bis noble heart. Ho was u man of (lxed convictions and u strong advocate of justice, nnd right. I remember, with u grateful heart, his kindness to mo years ugo und, to the. tho assurance bereaved family, I To Tin: NoitTil. Tho Queen A; Cres- that his name, Imago und charucteruro cent Houto has Inaugurated a service Indelibly stumped upon my memory us of observation cars on tbo famous Illuo well us theirs. Wm. Howard, of Doll, a member of tho 22nd Infantry, was sovcrely wound cd at Manila. For tho nlno months ending April 1, tho Increase of exjiondltures by the war ' department Is $1111,000,000. Aguinaldo's insurrection has cost the lives of 200 American soldiers and re sulted in wounds to MX) more. Capt. Noel Gaines, of Frankfort, provost marshal of Havana, has refused to receipt for .0,000 cans of btof and tomatoes intended for tho Cubans, becauso much of tho food is spoiled. Though ordered to receive theso supplies whether or no, Capt. Gallics refuses. Grass Vcsllbulo between Cincinnati mMimonTal'matters. and Loxlogton. Free parlor cars and Queon & Crescont standard vestlbuled Mil ford llarclay, a widower of .VI, was duy couch co. Four trains dally to Cin- married In Puluskl to Ml si Martbu cinnati with closo connection with all Klein, 17. Eduiond Murphy, 21, and Miss Louisa trulns North. Queen & Crescent trains aro without u peer In tho South; 17 TVull, 17, wero married at Permclla miles shortest line, unequalled train Wall's Saturday. A h)1Ico court In St. Louis bus ruled service. W. C. Ulneurson, G. l A. under somo circumstances n man sur- that Tho beauty of Chuttunooga and is justlllablo In beating bis wlfo, roundings, and Its historic associations, Mrs. Pearl Weaver, of Grecnsburg, make It n delightful pluco to visit at Ind., sent u bullet through heart beuttrae-tlv- o uny tlmo; but It will bo doubly cause hor husband was unkind to her. during thu Spring Festival, which Mrs, Lulu Johnson is now lolngtrlcd Muy -- d, Ilrd and 4th. will occur there In tho United States district court ul It will bo ono of tho most brilliant Kuld, O. T., for tho murder of her tilth affairs over known in this country.-Thhusband, Georgo Shirley. She has just Q. it C, will muke a rata of ono faro for boon acqulltod of tho murder of her from all points South of tho round-tri- p sixth husband. Somerset. s four w a si.avk.' ElUabethtown has mado u contract Tu Is) Iwuud hand and fuut for years ly Iks wunl lurm of with a Urm to furnish tho city --0 aro thaluauf dlMU It Iks Mauctimter, MichtUirrr. , trlla Ijturge I'. tVllltaiui, of lights of -- ,000 candlo powor for all bow tuck ! wa iniJo free, lis ay; "My wlfa Lit Imki lirlln for Ds yeare that he night sorvico, which aro not to cost eould 110I turn urr In 11 alone. Allr uitog twu lUltert, wonderfully tho city exceeding $1,200 per unnum. bollleauf Uetlrli- tudu tier this It wuik." Tula tl ami akl fur female owu iulckly turn tlluiate remedy In tho event that tho cost of tho fuel leej.lew.iieMi. iuliutholy. headacbt, and engineer &c, does not cost thu city uervuutueaa,fainting ami ditiy tlli. I'lill wlraile kackwhf, gt.laeud lu weak, us much us $1,200, then thu city Is to working luedlelne It aUillla auarantnsl. alikly run Duly M dowu mle. limy only pay for tho lights what It does urula. bold ky IVuuy, PrugiUt lui-p- cost. Tho financial your of tbo Casino at Monto Curio wound up March .11, with a totil Income of 13,620,000. Tbo gambling tables havu beeu even more fortu nato than usual, und tho Income in- your triplets tlival l)ivrryat Prnny'a Uriitf Mure Only iiimmauk's iiiox Nr.uri: (ulaaud$l,erery liottle guirauteed. Um Hit mult f kit irlen.l. hrallk. will sod Imuendoua energy are not found Kentucky's Dkau where Momick, Urer, Kldne)taiid lluweltareout Ciiickamau- u( urder. II you aut lk iuilllle aud Ibe a a No bravermen over fell. Tbo com ihey LrliiR, uo Dr. king's New Life I'liU. 1 lay develop utery sier of brain aud tssly duly monwealth has honored them by tbo Jest 1'enny'i Prug sSiura orcctloo of a magnificent monument. i HHKUMATISM CUItKD. Tho governor and hl staff, Stato ofMy wlfo has used Chamberlain' Pain ficials, oltUona and friends will parDalm for rheumatism with great relief, ticipate In Its dedication Wednesday, und I can recommend it- - us a splendid May 3d. Rates on tbo Queen A Cres llnlmout for rheumatism and other cont route ono faro for tho round trio, household use, for which wo huvo found May 1st und 2d, good to May 6th reit valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Hed Creek, turning. Georgia dedicates her monuN. Y. Mr. Cuyler Is onoof tho leading ment May 2d, Kentucky May :d, Il merchants of this village und ono of tbo linois May lih. Lot ull Kentucklans most prominent meu In this vicinity.-- ' go. uud swell her representation on this great day. Heiuombor, ono faro Mrs. Johnson, of Allleburg, Pu., W. G. Phlppln, Kdltor Hed Crook Her- for thu round trip via tbo Queen Si ald. For solo by Craig ti Hocker, drug-gistgavo birth to II vo children within a Crescent route. lii.lutul-taMa tue-iot- It turns out that Kagan know thut tbo canned beef sent the array bud been chemically treated, embalmed as It wero, and was unlit to eat. Mul. Lee, acting for Gen. Miles, sprung a surprise on tho beef court of inquiry by producing a letter of Messrs. Armour Co , dated July 111, I SOS, proposing to tiso tbo Powell process for tho preservation of beef. The Ilrd Kentucky Is expected to arrive ut Savannah, Ga., tonight, whero It will bo detained in quarantine until mustered out. Tho reason of the muster out In Savannah, Instead of KenltE.MAliKAHI.K Illicit:. tucky, is that It gives them tho bencllt Mr.. Mklutl Cur lain. llalulitlJ. Ill . lualua of travel pay and commuted' rations, the tu!MiRlit,lbat .lmiaujlit vl.l, wliuh wlllol be a Irtuttol fur a inouili Ij her amounting to botween $00 und $70. If on brr luiu. orw. Ik- lol.l her lauilly jiuy.lciau, but mew he wu. a iiuvU' vldlm ul ruuuiuitlou and lUat they wero mustered out In Kentucky no uiedUlnu lure Iter. Her Urujril.t uw.t-ih- I tbo government would pay expense of lr. Klug'a New l'Ucutvry tot luiiiuiuptluu, her-he transportation und subsistence, Instead m.'1I bought a tiottle and to her delight tuuud lta behvHted from llrtt i!om hhe continued aud alter taking li bottle found hemlfaouud ue uf making an ullowanco In cash. unit wtU, now does her oan htuiMworkt and It a well as he ever waa. l'rw trial btlle ul thii .V) t Wayne county Sept. (I, 1HU, Squire Murphy would havd been 8." years old this fall. His parents came from Va. As soon as he was old enough, the deceased went Into tho tunning business and In 1SI0 came to this county, whero ho got a position with Stcra-mon- s' tannery, on the St. Asaph just ubovo tho Somerset bridge, nt $2(1 a month, working all day and most of the night. Afterwards be put bis experience against $13,000 of Henry Myers' money. In 13 years ho made 0 and paid out $1)3,000 to his partner's heirs. In 1S02, he went into tho banking business here and became thejpresldent of the Central Deposit Hank, which afterwards was a National Institution. Ho continued president for 23 years and managed the affairs so as to make big money both for himself and the stockholders. When ho retired from business, he distributed his largo estate to a great extent among bis children re taining a sulllclency to keep himself well. Hcsides banking,he managed several farms und mado money on them all. In 1S10 ho married Miss Paulino My ers, and of tho nlna children sbo boro him, five aro still living: Mrs. S. E. Hlco, Mrs. T. M. Goodnight.Mrs. A. D. Hoot, W. II. and J. S. Murphy, Jr. Mrs Murphy died In 1S05 and in 1S07 ho married Mrs. Mrs Mary J. John-sowho survives. Sixty-twyears ago, Squlro Murphy girded on tho urmor of tho Lord and put ou the breastplate of righteousness and during all these years ho fought the good tight with earnestness and en- ibuslusin. For the greater part of the time ho was a member of the Christian church here, In which ho served in every otliclul capacity faithfully and well. His days were long ujion the earth and while his life was successful beyond that of millions of others, ho said to us not very long ugo that all Is vanity und quoted Ps. P0:10: Tho days of our life uro threo scoro years and ten, and If by reason of strength ibey bo four score, yet Is their strength labor and sonow. for it Is soon cut oil und we lly away. At the Christian church Sunday, ul 10 A. M., i:id. Joseph Hallou.un old und faithful friend, spoke feelingly and appropriately uf thu deceased und tho re mains wero takeu to HutTalo Springs Cemetery followed by u long cortege und consigned to tho tomb. Hed-ford, $10,-00o THE 11EST LIKE OF Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits Ever sold in Central Kentucky. All we ask is your inspection. The prices Eight for they are the Lowest. Tne finest and nobbiest line of are mNECKWEAR Tbo Newest and I.astfst (foods. Im- - SUITS MADE TO ORDER. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. DANVILLE. KY. 000000000000000000000000000000000000 f o o Wall Paper AT COST. ' In Older to Make Koom for Spring Sivles. I o o o o o O O o o o O O O W. B. McROBBRTS. ' O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I f I s NEW SHOES Men's Fine "Wear. The Very Lates Toes Out. Look at this ! I I I 1) I I i Vici Kid And Willow Calf, Kangaroo and Voting Top-- I if ) jjj . ' , Celluloid, Metal and Hand- vv orked ThehO Eyelets. None - 1 ale as mco gonda as theiuarketH nlloril. None Dieasltr; Moro Durable Come and look at them. . I IL-,.-- H. J. M'ROBERTS. . - ... - J I at yJC?''"L.mt; vmJTmir li.iuw.' I..F."T .. . .: M.." ,?& s. Florida Havana H s. In April 1K0S aud twins a a In a battle between tbo boys of town and tho candidates to West Point, N. Tho prlco of broom corn has udvanc-o- d Y., several of tbo latter were badly $10 u ton. Tho trust is said to have hurt, Including U. S, Grant, u gruud-so- n creased $200,000 over tho previous year. a corner on tbo uvallublo supply, of tbo general. Tho net profit Is M,:iOO,000. In March lbOO. VOLOAMO I'.lil'ITIUNS Are grand, but Main Kruplioua rob III of Joy, HutkUu't AriiU'a,balvecuri lliiui, alwOld, Kuu nlusaud Fever borra. Ulcer,, Holla, Jelouj. Coma, Want, CuU, 1Iiu1h lluru. Maid., LbaiMwd baud., Chilblalua. llt.t l'lleiureuu earlh. 1'rlu-out Palm aud Ailte. duly ZJita a boa. Cur guaraulevd. Sol J by IVuuy, liiu,l,t. (JT Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Queon and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, AMWklt iMia Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. TAMMT The Train Service is persjaaaaaariA- -i ;..-.- . fect In detail. Fast schedules, 34 hours to Jackson OTaa,raittJ jm J ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to iMV, uwut wt aaaaafiiiBav&aaW. Havana, t Mjavz.. miiiiiiiaa ""-- . .1: W.a.RmuttM mir-- n JlNTUCO -- y I m. aTgaWBi CnwiasaU. a.r.4., &x .5KI lff-ass- ? tJP k ngs, of Massachusetts, his old army asking him to dismiss the Indictments Df.WEY says ho wouldn't be a candt dato for tho presidency for any thing, commander, to tho position. ngalnst fire Insuranco companies for Capt, Stone usually closes his speech forming a trust. his vocation, disposition and training precluding any doslro to enter politics. es wttn a Dcantwui euiogy 01 uis who, Tho largest elevator In tho world Is ho A larse nmorlmcnt of good Wall Pspcr nl 1c, 8c, ftc, 7c and 8c per roll lo clcct Ky., ArR. ii, 1899 A sailor has no politics. Thoadmlnls who became his sweolhcart when de- to bo located at West Superior, Minn., Stanford, tratlon Is his party no matter whether was a friendless, wounded soldier, and will bo built of steel nt a cost of from at tho store of democratic or republican. ''Then ucaln" prived of ono limb and with a futuro over 12,000,000. Its capacity Is to bo ho says, "I camo from Vermont, whero anything but bright. Ho says his high- 6.600,000 bushels of grain, or 2,600,000 W. P. WALTON. not to bo a republican Is to bo a man est ambition was to bring down from mora than tho largest existing ulovator. .. s pwv.m wi.f.i.... without a party and my Georgia flag '.! IIU1KU19 "If laiuu .tin i.nmil nnOilntn IUU Tho John K. Speed, ono of tho larg As prcdlotedf McChord won tho nom- lieutenant tells mo a man has to bo a "governor of Kentucky" and lay It as a est of tho Cincinnati and Now Orleans Wo also linn Wall Paper at Cc r mil ly Hie innst compt?nt men and carry ev ery tiling in me ination (or railroad commissioner on democrat or nobody in the South." trlbuto of lovo at her feet packets, becarao unmanageable In the the first ballot. Owlnfrtoa, prolonged Thus Is auothcr of Mr. Watterson's G-las- s Comntrollcr of tho Treasury Trace- - wind and current at Loulsvlllo nnd wrootrle Id tho curamlttco on creden- schemes thwarted. He must pick another well rendered a decision which enables floated against the canal dam, smashPictures Framed to order on short notice In lalrat alylr. Give in a call and ce tial!, tbo convention was .1(1 hours tn man for presldont. tho ovorthrow of tho entlro civil orv ing her hull nnd sinking to her deck. how you can save money. reaching it. howovcr, and tho nominaIco system without placing tho rcapon- - Tho passenger wero rescued unhurt. Telephone No. 124 Nit. .TOO Main St., Danville, Ky THE death of Judge Kcglnald II. ,lblHt on tho ,,rc8jcnl. Mr. Trace- tion was not made till an early hour The 12 new warships authorized by Saturday morning. Even after all that inompson, for 17 years pollco jnugo or won holds that tho dlsbnrslng ofllco of tho last Congress have been named as tlmu tho committee camo in with two Louisville, yesterday afternoon after a ,ho can not rcfu,0 to pay tho follows: Battleships Pennsylvania, . t reports tho minority's bolnjj signed by short illness, Is announced. Ifn was I salary 01. any empioyo wnu is ruiunj New Jersey and Georgia; armored Senator G. T. Furrls and Judgo Fulton known for his sterling Ideas of right , -- W. ,in,i ,. .,,. hnil nf his denartment crulsors West Virginia, Nebraska and , ....... wrf . seating tho McChord delegation in tho and justice- and his demise will causo whether appointed under tho civil scr- - Cullfornla; crulsurs Denver, Des ' Mel Louisville district and that forbim genuine sorrow. Besides being a lino vice or not. Moines, Chatlanoogn, Galveston, Taco-ra- a Franklin. Strango to say Chairman lawyer he was prominent in Masonic in Tho secretary of State has announc- and Cleveland. Garnett ruled that tho sitting delegates acu uuutcuow circles, in wnicnorucrs cd tho members of tho United States Dr. William Nelson, of Danville, Vn., might vote on tho contests against ho took much Interest, his last public.,, ,n ,hn disarmament Con died from blood ilsonlng caused by them, but even with su6h unfairness, appearance Friday being in the uni- gross to bo held nt Tho Hague nest cutting his hnnd while nitrating on a reccolved ICO to form of a Knight Tomplar, a. ho went the minority report month. Thoy are Andrew White, am patient for appendicitis Ho and his that of the majority 161. Tho commit- to attend a meeting of the DuMolay bassador at Berlin; Sanford Newell, brother. Judgo Frank Nelson, of tee on permanent organization report Commandcry, minister to The NetherlandsiScth Low, Campbell county, wero tho original cd continuing the temporary olllcers. Now that "the barren Hast wind has president of Columbia University; "Willie" and, "Frank" In Thomas Nol- A ballot was taken, after Mr. AlexanCapt. William Crozler, of tho ordnance son Pago's "Two Little Confederates." der bad withdrawn, and then it was till been succeeded by a soothing Sou'- department, and Capt. A. T. Mahan, U. Activity In Luron again ha been re wester, there is ground for tho hopo over but the shouting. On the only After much preparation wo have to announce that we are now revly for S. N., retired. sumed. Maj. Gen. Lawton and Brig. ballot McChord had 159, Nelson 129 that the backbone of winter has been Col. C. It. Anderson, of Danville, was Gen. Klng.havo launched nn expedition Louisville Times. Nay, nay, 33. Before it was announc brokon." and Pllchcr in Cincinnati last week and talked pol of three gunboats nnd 1,500 picked men ed, however, delegation after delega good prophet. This is going to be a itics with an Knqulrcr man. Ho said In canoes across tho lake from Poslg to year without a Spring or Summer. tion fell into line for McChord and his Ilnylo would Insfrucl', only for Judge capture Santa Crur. and sweep tho counAnally m ado by unannomination was John B. Thompson led tho Hardin Breckinridge Hardin hns many friends try to tho douth. They captured Santa imous acclamation, The committee on forces to first blood for him, but he thcro Including himself, but he thought Cruz with loss of only six men wound The collection of mcrchandiie la by all odds tho flnet and the larceit resolutions Ignored tho proposition to couldn't get his homo delegation In Goobcl, who has more ability than any ed, killing fiS and wounding 10 Filipiwe have ever displayed. Tho newet fabric and fanhiom In men's and boy's cloth-lomake certain legislative enactments a line. It persisted in voting for Me. of the candidates, would bo nominated. nos. The very latest style In vogue in realy-mail- e drvM Skirts All the nuw things part of the platform, and only reported Chord, Goebel's man, which shows that Goebel will get Jessamine count nnd Tho Stato Boanl of Health will hold In Women's nnd Men's Furnishings, l'.very wanted style In Men and Women's r. in favor of tho Chicago platform and Uardln Is not strong even In his own ho may get Lincoln and Gurtard, as nn examination for applicants; for cerThe most recent Ktylcs In Men's and llur'n Rata and are here for your for Its apostle, Bryan, for tho In cith tificates to practice medlclno In KenHardin has never been strong county. and chooilng and at such low pric a that It la only ncresoary for you to er of these counties. Clay carried Lin- tucky who aro graduates from three-ye- look to buy Several things combined to give Mc- 'Pit fan u unci suu itiuucia n u nnimlniT coln illnnniu , (.auKiuu ui3i4 trtlTAnn Hardin four years ago In tho schools, whose courso of study over Chord the nomination, the One at Chicago has gubernatorial race, and It took a com- does no: meet tho minimum require,,.. , .. , one being that he had no opponent off,ucuu , , uecuiruu uu, uecuusu uuner iiur- bination to enable Hardin to carry ments of tho board, at the University much force and another the hue and rlson declined to feed in the tame room ofLouUvlllc, beginning April 25 and cry that he raised against railroads, with Altgeld, a fact, which however Garrard. lasting through Thursday. Tho examwhich seemed to haunt the average shows the rare discrimination of tho BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Ilrocadrd I)rci (ioodth.il aro really Handsome lim of Crrpon. rVrges in ination will be In writing, no fee will delegate sleeping and waking and give young mayor. NeIks chnrged and a grade of 70 will bo worth iVo, our price ll'Jc in lllue, ltlar Itliionnd lllnc Henrietta nnd a bogle man was him tho feeling that The Churchill Hotel ntAlpena.Mlcb. and llrown. required to pa?s. SKCIlETAllY ALGEK Is riding the 'burned. ever on hand ready to devour him. Tho It cost 575,000. (W Serge for Suiting, four colors, the See our line of 5, ij, 10 and I'.'jc Per feeling against railroads and .corpora- briny deep en route from I'orto Klco to Two scamps killed a valuable horse The Times Tattler answers a query blggeot value ever ollcrcil for 'c per d. cli-- . It is foolish. the United States, havlne made the In Woodrord for his skin, which they us follows: The wearing of a short tions Is as deep seated as Hro.'adinu for Irrws only S!3c er A big lino of Organdie, Piquet, Dim.' It permeates evpry class from those rounds of that Island and Cuba. It was sold to a dealer blcyclo skirl depends for effect upon Railway has begun tho maKe up of tho wearer. If you can yard, thrte color lllue, lllack and llrown. illrs, Spring Olnghnms, (irecli nud lllue who ought to know better, to tho igno- hoped he would get lost, but like a bad Tho Southern Silk to match for trimming. Denim, Covert' C.oth In (lieen, Tan rant, who has nothing to loso or gain quarter ho Is hard to lose. work on the new ilno from Columbia, not head sheep In u lane nnd your unLndUs PrcM .Skirt, lllue, Htackandall nnd lllue. by It. Mr. McChord had produced this S. C, to Savannah. derpinning looks like a capital O In olors in Novelty goods only 5!c. Ladles' Shirt Waist Slllr, Plaid Silk, lllue. Hod The war with Spain will be olllelally feeling by presslrg a bill to gtve the In a fight between white and Nugro nud llrocnded l)rcs Skirts only 51 W. short (Ireen and llrown 4!c. declared at an end at 2 1: M. today, the miners at Pana, 111., live men and a IHirspectlvc, shun tho windy skirt control of railroad rates practically to weights In weather. uce lead Ladies' Pren Skirts in Serge, all wool. Pink, White, lllue. lied nnd il.ack Taf-frtthe railroad commissioners and there's exchange of ratifications of the pcaco woman wcro killed. Some men aro scared mighty easy. only 1 U8 In lllue nnd Black Satin in lllack, Ceiere, Ac. on tho Cuban railshowed his long head. Tho treaty having been lixed for that time. where he Thero Is a strike All wool Itlnck Crrpon Dress Skirt New lino of Belli, Itlbbonn, Veiling district by the last vote ii about roads for higher wages and no trains, POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. only 12 13. and Moumeline. democratic and Mr. McChord will but mall, are running. Don't fall to look at our line ot Belt reported to have poll the full vote. doubtless Former U. S. Senator Tabor, who Twelve miners aro eck Pin, Friendship heartt. lluckles. was postmaster at Denver, died yester- been burned to death In the Vela Rica AT HUSTONVILLE. Cyrano Chains, Shirt Waist Sets, Beauty Garnett Graves, day. A YOUTH named silver mine, Coahulla, Mex. 1'tns and I'omndour Combs. hitherto to fortune and to fame unSenator Quay and his son are on trial Allen L. Dalrymple, assistant Oa Friii7 ani Sa'.urdty, April 11 a:i IS, known, sprung a sensation In the con- at Philadelphia for a mlsuso of the tho railway mall service, My tick of mllllnerv wilt l-2o"n for In- vention at Frankfort by showing eight public funds. c was killed by a train at St. Louis. tlie public. Etry one lnvllwl. J50 bills and claiming that Charles E. MIS;1 M. I.OOAN, Hiutoiivllle, Ky years In FrankCity Manshal John Scott, of Kirks- - John Snelllng got two of the last Sommers, sergcint-at-arm-s himself because he lin for killing Bacon Butting, although I vllle, Mo., killed Senate, bad given them to him as a , was defeated for his plea was an Invasion of his family. bribe for the Taylor county proxies to I Mr. Brvan is about to mibllsh a book A big line of New CarpsM at lOV to SOc per yard. Twelve Demons lost their lives at Itrlng your ecC", rill pay you be voted against McChord for whom nntlltn.1 ( T?.n. l.l t rt in Lnrit..n. a C.i.l. Glendlve, Montana, by an overflow highest market price. havNotion N lierrby jtlven to alt imtmius county were , of the Philippine Question." the delegates from that caused by tho lee In Yellowstone river. ing clnlmi ng.iliit the tHnufoni. Hit Itlvt-r-, instructed. If it Is true, condemnation I Bartlett Tripp, or South Dakota, has Turnll. Miss Kato Muekelbauer, or Louis- (nrruril county Si WMto Oak prcMMitol Company, not heretofore of Sommers and thoee for whom he been named as the United Slates repre ville, stuck a hot curling Iron In her lloailii.iH-i.l by thu Hoard of unit umiii acted, could not be expressed tn severe sentative on the Samoan commission. eve, while fixing ner nair, putting it of shIiI Comiuny, 'to present nm to me prnierlv proven on or Iwforo Saturday. enough terms, but we do not take much Carrollton people will give Congress out. IMW. T.D. HANKY, Manager. slock In the story. There Is almost as man Berry a banquet on the 17th to The Park Hotel, the principal one In Al.rll STtli. W. II. TltWUm, l'felilent. much probability that the sensation show their appreciation of his ctTorts St. Joseph, Mo., burned, los $10,000. llranch stores nt Klitnbrthtown. Klkton, Owenlior She bvvllle, Versailles, was sprung for a purpoao as that tho Several guests were hurt in getting in getting them u public building. Hanlstuwn, Hopklnsvllle, Mnilisonrille. Munfnnlivllle. Olarkxvllle. Tcnn. was offered. At any rate wo bribe The much advertised dollar dinner In out. think that Sommers Is too smart to honor of Jefferson at New York Is real The governor or Colorado slgneu a DENTIST, have made such a bungling job or to ly to be an In the one, a restaurant bill le.'ulizlnir have parted with good money before man buvlng contracted to furnish It at Stale when conducted by licensed Will ho nt TIIK WKATIIEItroitll IIOTF.L, two weeks Ulimliig 1IL'ST0NVII.I.F he got his goods. The matter has been SOc a plate. clubs. turned over to the grand jury und if A mammoth elephant, owned by a MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1890. Tl.j. A municipal tlcketcomposed entirely a jiu truiiujr !..... -nmi. llliiu .11 tvm thero Is really anything in tho case, it of women was opposed at Seattle, Kas. circus wintering at Argentine, Kan., uiitiiuit C.Ik.. al will ... mlnil Tu tlmt tlieri! ! nothing like ono . is hoped that it will be brought out by ono composed of men. The women killed his keeper. It was the beast's of our convenient and the guilty punished. won except in the races for police judgo ninth victim. Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Judge Petrle, u leading Hopklnsvllle AN amusing arttclo In Sunday's Cin- ani marshal. Traps or Buckboards row minutes Justice Stephen J. Field, of theU. S. lawyer, died In his olllco a tt &c on cinnati Commercial-Tribusupreme court, retired, died at his after completing u three hours' speech To enjoy the benuties of Spring tlnio In, Logan's editorial referenco In the with ene, comfort nnd In up'to-ditLouisville Times to the relapse of Clem homo In Washington, or kidney com- In a law suit. Mary-vlllttyle, when purchasing one of our fine Frank Grlllln, editor of tho Ilugglns, shows who is presiding over plications. He wus on the supreme and welbmiule carriages. Mo., Dally Review, was shot and tho editorial columns of that paper. He bench '. years. lao uniieu otaies, cngmnu anu mortally wounded by u man who had Is nono other than the bright and & B. brainy Mr. Walter V, Kinerson. lato of1GermanyhavonKreedoD tb0 proposi- - been writted up. Opp. Court-lloiitStanford, Ky. Policeman Jenkins, of Lexington, Kentucky, who, though a democrat, uuii iu imvu btiruu uoiuiuiBsiouurs, by a Negro num- now occupies the rather anomalous po' whose decision must be unanimous, to was shot In tbo mouth ed Johnson whom he was trying to ur- settle tho Samoan muddle. Only the lest riimpnuies represented. tion of editor of a republican sheet. says .Mc Kin ley lius a rest for stealing chickens. -. senator Uopcw Inoulries solicited. The Louisville Post speaks of hlra as cinch on a renomlnatlon, that Hobart John Campbell, und ArlhurCunning' It. 11. MAHONY, Ast., Staiifonl. boy, were shot to Geo. W. P. Hardin. It wouldn't print! will probably again bo his running ham. u And you need a nice vehicle. I can furnish you for very little money a his name In 181)5 and In 180!) 'bough mate and that tho administration will death bv G. D. Atnlp at Nushvlllu. It Is crazy. Is believed that bo pretending to support 'him prints it not oppose Speaker Reed, wrong. Isn't there Borne way for tho Hon. Gus Richardson will go down Tho Indianapolis council has granted nv general to call the Post oil? It Is doing in history as tbo Kentucky politlclun u 31 year franchise to a street car comOr almost any thing on wheels. Come In and tel me show you. Have ju.t received of a million dol- MISS NANNETTE CAMILLA HEA'IH, him Incalculable damago by its quasi who resigned ono otllco to go In tho pany in consideration Car-Loa- d faro. support and damning him greatly with pursuit of another. Such Instances lars down and a four-ceAfSIHTHII IIV Roy Williams, a LuPorte, Ind., are as rare us hen's teeth. Glasgow its faint praise. MBS.MASYQAESAED BEASLEY, News. dude, Is in jail charged with stealing Don't you need one? Full supply of Corn Haulers, Drills, Disc The W. C. T. U. people aro hopping According to the schema which has his father's watch and swapping it for AT Harrows. l'Jowi, mad. The president declined to give been evolved for tho distribution of a ring which he gave his sweetheart. c, chear than over known. Opera House, Tuesday, April 11. them an uudlonco. to protest against census enumerators, Kentucky will be 1.1 of Waltoa'i The Federal couit has Indicted the continuance of the canteen in the entitled to 11 supervisors. Senators tho men charged with lynching Post- ritOtiUAM.MK: (JuesW ZriioMa army and they have a right to feet in Do boo and Lindsay are to dish out the ju jieaiu. dignant towards him. J. C. U, pie. February IS'Jd, und they huvo been ar- 1'uloiitlw llrltlauleu. 2, Mn. Iltultr. NaKleon Bonaparte Hays, of Bell rested. Itllrjr "So Wat " So far its results are concerned tho county, bus ''1 lilt Utllt I'ii went to Matin," I le Wulf announced his candidacy While un Indlanu woman was drivMlu Heath. was u victory for Frankfort convention Itulisii for tho democratic nomination for at' ing with u fusclnutor wrapped about "You," STANFORD, KY. Gocbel, who secured his candidate, JUMiiraiH. tornuy general, but bo will huve to her neck, it caught In u wheel, pulling "The Duuiu vf Cltuilliit tml Cyullili," Thuniiui William Sheltou, President, though Hardin and his men got tbo orMU Heath. Mrs. Nannie 8 Siiillloy, l.aily 1'riiicipal; wee. This is Judgo Brcckln her head between the spokes, killing (iocdullera, Uul ganization and tho platform. Lot us bldeu Mits Maltfo l'uxtou, .MntlieiuatiLs and I'hysical Kcleuce-MIMrt. Iraley. ridge's Inning. her instantly. ' l'us Nriil Kudoru Axtell, Primary Department; "Whoa I'm MairleJ," cull tho honors oven and proceed with M- l- llralh The New York Tribune says thut in two residences in the liy lire Miss Klleii llsllou. Music Department; tho rat killing. lluwellt Alger Is the Jonuh of the udmlnlstra-tio- n wealthiest part of New York, 111 lives "Sleeping Car Nii " jieaiu. MIssMnry Hubbard, Art Department; lluMusMu Miss Kloru llallou Klocutlon and Physical and demands that he be thrown wero lost. This llro was In some wuys Valts Carlv, AtTEit an honorublo service In tho Culture- Mr. lValey. Mrs. Maggie J. Mnttln, Hourdl,,K )ei,aftme,,i. July Irum army, George Woodruff Albrcchl has overboard. Considering that the Tri- almost u repetition of the Windsor Curtu .Him main beaten his sword Into u en, u weight- bune is one of the stunchest supiwrtcrs Hotul holocaust. ier Instrument and ussumed charge of tho administration, this will have Its Several whlto boys and ono colored ndWkisker Hatlts UyproHbShinglt'H. Iron Puncu. home tirtd al lioot ofwithgirl composo the senior class of the again of tho Mlddlcsborn News, which ho etfect. out iln i.ar If the court of Inquiry In tho canned High School ut l'lttsburg, Ind., but llcaltrt ttnl Fatg. has always raudo a hot uumber. . H.M. WO01LF.Y CO.. beef business, will relieve Gen. Alger the boys declare they will refuse to c. H Hoilta tnot SL -JACK Ciu.VN has Invited Red Fox or any personal connection with the graduate with tbo colored girl Jn tho ( CUSLD with K tablt. I Brouston to a disarmament' congress, iiilsmanugom'ent or malfeasance there- class. I llriiirdl. IUt cured I but the Fox Is wary and suspicious, and of, it Is said that ho will retire from thuutand riuxia i Two hundred Hopklnsvlllu cllUcns , t......t t .. having gotten bis gun will keep It for tbo war department and that the presi- and business men have presented to tho I days stiMst two thinker.ii aiiaTioptooiaromof I Metal Kooilng. Mill Work. ' UkC. dent will appoint Gen. Russell liaet- - Commonwealth's attorney a petition THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Just Think Of It. - .!,... A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, and Brush Business. ! ..,.. 1 ii Stop, Read, Think ,.,. bwlsiille Store I g. loot-wea- The SPRING TRADE 11 ar to DRESS GOODS. 6-- 4 I'-4 Mo-ha- ir a, 10,-0- Millinery Opening 1 super-Intendant- . 40 New Pieces of Matting, 12 25c per Yard. 3STOTIOB. Dlrt-cto- The Louisville Store. ?. A. JONES, Ktul-nenc- e. nt nrbo-tightln- g When Good Weather Comes Il a ne Km-me- FIBB, LIFE mMmm.:mJ t i I e, cc:e:d:e:n"t INSURANCE. u K. Wearen Son, sr SPRING IS NOW HERE of McCormiok Binders And Mowers. RECITAL. Buggy, Surrey, Buckboard, Cart, -- nt A W. A. CARSON'S. STANFORD 1 llir Stanford Female College. 1 Kit-li- UK dropsy; A. C.SmiS, STANFORD. KyT .7, rAS: i' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LOCAL HAPPENIN6S. Stoiik room on W 1. Walton. A. 0. TWO Main Strcot for rent. WKhavo hay. millet and straw In abundance. J. II. Haughman k Co. s 3 If You Have a Thought ready-mad- Nc'- l. Loo's Wanted. Walnut, cherry, residences on Main Street for oak, poplar, ash and hi ckory, A. C. ale. Apply at thlaofllcc. That leans Inward a Spring Suit, tho garment are hero to ctinch It , in . Our display of Stanford. Kv., Ai'K, ii, 1899 Si:i: tho blicult machines at Hlggln. Sine. cottage for sale A NICK fi McKlnney'i. ss Tub county lovy In Hoylo hat been Tory cheap. Call on J. S. Iluphcs. HAY, 30lo40o per hundred. J. II. B. C. Walton, Bubinkhh Manaokh. fixed at .'l!l cents, divided at follows: hi And 118 have no rivals In this city The styles and patterns are enFuns it ilowcif Just received by tho Forconnty roadt, nlno cents; for pay Ilaughtnan it Co. e tirely away from the Idr.i, and outside of this tlore, can Presbyterian ladles In fine Tarlotlcs. only bo had at tho first elms merchant tailor shops, by psying double ments oo turnpikes and keeping up tho Wt: hiivo i record of moro than i Foil IU:nt. Cottage at.watcr works. prices, Wear one of these suits this: season and you will give the filled prescriptions. Don't same, 1H cents', ordinary expenses, 10 TllK Improvement In merchant tailor the hereafter. They aro sure to please. you think thnt entitle us to jour con- Cheap. Wm. Stone. clothing makes It possible for us to cents. The poll tax Is tl.GO. Advocate. Penny's Drug Store fidence? SI polo agent for W H McitOliKKTH Is plcao tho most fastidious gentlemen. J. N. Huoiiks, of McKay, Tenn., has Landreth's garden seeds. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Scvcranco fc Sons. written to Postmaster Florence to get firClollilng. Shoes, Halt, &c. KilIOKlt Is now a monoy ordar olllce, No. 309 West Main St., DANVILLK, KV. It TllK residence and H acres of land a Baptist preacher to help blm find his Mil. J P. Davih, of Loxlngton, Mr. Win. Landgraf asks us to say. on Danvlllo Avonuc, owned by Miss son, Foster Hughes, who came to this here. Mary Varnon, was sold by Commission- county In February. Tho letter was A. A. WaKHKN went to Loulsvlllo Or.NTI.r.Mt:N, did you look at Severturned over to Hev. J. H. Ciouch and er H. C. Wnrren yesterday for this morning. ance ft Sons pew Spring trousers? Hon. J. N. Saunders, who, we suppose, It a curiosity. ClIAIU.KH K. Cox Is clerking In the I iiavk nil the now styles of fashion will build n handsomer resldcnco and IjOiiIsvIIIo Storo. WllKltK's TllK I'KJ. While on his live In It. T. II. SllANKH Is over from Loxlng-to- n plates. Will bo glad to have you call. ministerial rounds nt Wnynesburg last Mrs. V. C.cer. for u few days. MY opening of spring and summer week, ono of tho brethren gavo Hev. .Have. Misrt Mahtiia Ki.kin. of Garrard, U Wanti'.I). Highest market prlco for millinery will occur Friday nnd Satur Ira Partln a pig nnd put It In n poke. with Miss Pearl Ilurnsldo Ho says it fell out of his buggy after be fresh, yellow Huttcr, F.ggs, Meat, Ac. day, 14 and li, when I will show the ' Tiikopoiu: Powkll spent several Warren .t Shanks. best ami most carefully selected lino of left tho toll gate on tho Lancaster pike, In Adair. days with rulallvcs tho latest and most fashlonablo goods but ho was unable to find It when bo T.C. HAM. bought of T. M. Good to bo had on tho market. Come and went back to hunt It. J. II. I'AXTON went to Nlcholasvlllo knight two cottages opnoslto tho Car sco them. Miss Llcclo Hcarloy. on legal business this morning. A Gknius. An almost correct likeMit. S. II. MAltTIN and son, Ivan, of penter Hotel for tl,4(i2.CO. ness of Admiral Dewey with bust, Mi Rockcastle, wore hero yesterday. OWKN Dkank. tho youth chnrged TllK trial of Miss Nannie Mlnnlx sword and flag can bo seen In a window They will sell yon tho right kind of TURNING PLOW and tho best of FEUTILI-Zlvit- S. Miw. A. O. TUKNKlt and little MUs with stealing c horso and selling him Sons. It was cut out of Sco them before buying visiting In Louis-vlll- against Green Skldmnro on the chargo hero March court, Is out on bond. His at Sovoranco Laura CarHintcr aro of bastardy Is tot f r u block of wood with a pen knife by I!. father came up last week and balled ' IS John T. Livingston, son of Elder J. Tin: bargain counter of 40c, f0o and him nut. Ho was Immediately arrest Frank Rout and it a remarkable pleco an Inventor, wcclt for Idaho "fK5 dress goods at only fi. Llvlneston. left lust i'c Is a picnic ed on a chargo of seduction and taken of work. Mr. Rout Is around genius an of electrician and an all to locate. Sovoranco fi Sons. for tho ludles. to Harrodsburg by Deputy Sheriff W. great versatility. T. A. Hick will leave Oil week for a L. Wood, whero bo gave the ?100 ball Ml No better time than now to buy. sojourn In Colorado for tho benefit of for his appcaranco next circuit court Onk K11.1.KD, Two Shot. As tho Knormous ad Minces In tho Kant will hi health. result of a fight at Corbln last evening, We have just opened 20 pieces of Fine French Ginghams. Thty are tho Corded Mt.ss Jknnik WakkknU back from come here later. Severance fc Sons. Ciikap Rates. Tho L. & N. has li Police Judge MofTett, an old and reDuncan n month's visit to Miss Jcannlo d Agent J. S. Rico that It will sell spected citizen, Is a corpse and W. G. Novelties and all beauties. Come now and get pick of the lot Tilt: equity of redemption in P. W. at Lancaster. Gren's distillery, mill, Ac, was sold th'Kcts to Charleston, S. C, on accotint Holland and another gentleman arc of Lexington, RoiiKUT MoitKLASlt, to Heccher Smith, of Somerset, for WO. of tho Confederuto Veteran Reunion, badly wounded. A country man named came ever Sunday to sco his sltter.Mrs. flnn, limit .11, at $1175 from Shoiwcll nnd two sons got drunk and Muy W, C. Shanks. L.vS'H SAI.KS. Win. Landgraf sold Stunford nnd other stations In propor- attempted to taka tho town. Judge .AN DUIHiKHAH. of Louisville, spent to John 1 laugh a farm of 40 acres In tion. For the T. P. Another lot of Ladies' Fine Kid Gloves in White, Cream and Ilutter Color. convention at MolTett and others tried to arret them Sunday with hi parents, Col. nnd Mrs. Highland for t'M cash nnd to Tom Ilutt Louisville Muy tho ruto will be when they begun shooting with the W. II. Duddernr fc! acres for $100. ono faro 15 und It), good to at one abnvo results. Sbolwcll wa arretted Mits. II. It. Mills, who ha been faro for tho round trip. On account of and taken to the Wllllamburg jail, but TllK follow Johnson, who "worked" A big assortment In Silk Finish Lisle with drop stitch, fancy stripe, I'laid ftc. confined to her bed for three months, the llaptlst convention nt boys uro at largo with a poso a number of cltizons In this county, May 'l, tho furo will be half rate the two Is slowly improving. in pursuit. F.IUTO't LOflH W. LANDIIAM, Of the turned up at Pulaski last week where and tickets good for days, with proroaped a hut vest. Central UecorJ, passed through to ho Maksham Died ut his homo at vision for extension to Juno 10 loxlngton Saturday. Parksvlllo yesterday. Mr. Win. Marfall Our Shoes are all made to order by the best factories known The stock Ml1- - Hkatii at the Opera Houso toti Dot.t.n: MiRonr.ins Is back night. was gallant Conof up patterns, niiny new things in Oxfords. Sie program of her reeltul in Lo!.N. Of Hrlght's dlsouso aftcrnn shall, aged 75. Ho Cupt. nIt. D. Lognn'u M. M. fromalunglhyvl.lt to Mrs. "The Dowager" for Stout fignrea Remember we sell the Royal Worcester Cor-cts- . this Issue und secure a scut at MeUob- - Illness of two weeks, John W. Logan federate soldier In passed Into tho great beyond at rt i. M, company und served through the war, a Miller, of Hlcbmond. can't be equaled. drug store, only Mo. LL'rtK and her crl's . Mis MAltV Holmiw Friday, aged 74. His wife und Mrs. R. portion of tho time being a prisoner ut friend, Mr. W. C. Cubblns, of Chicago, HrKTONVII.u:. Opening of our mil- L. Hubble, u dnughter, survive. De- - Camp Douglu. Ho was stricken with linery seuon for 1M'A Friday and Sat ceascu was u lino old guntlcman ana a paralysis lust ut tho eloso of tho war wero hero ycslonlay. MlSH, ASNIK RltOSAL'Ull KNOMIMAN urday, April II and 15. Correct styles christian sfhe? boyhood, when ho join- - and full olT his horse, since which tlmo They are all In anil not an old "urtaln in our stock, all this Spring's styles. Seo bus returned fnim a delightful visit to Wo lead. Charles Wheeler. ed tho church und becamo nn nc- - he hus noon un invalid, lie marneu tliem;aiid get our prices - Can save you money. of Col. T. P. Hill's wife und she Arkansas. Resister relatives i tlvo member of Rush Branch. Sr.Kllev.It.lt. Mnbuny's notice of sides u good estute, ho leaves i 0,000 survives blm. They bad no children. man, J. II. SowtiKH, tho real estute ugency for fire, Ufu nnd accident Insurleaves today for Danbury, Conn., whero Insurance. Tho remains wero taken to Mr. Marshall wan a member of tho ance comMinies nnd call on blm. Ho Lancaster for Interment Sunday, whero Christian church und a man of muny a deal. ho goes to uloo represents u number of thu best Ruv. Campbell held u short service at fine traits of character. MlbS NKLLtK MlUtbllON visited n friend In Madison. Miss Clara tho grave In tho presence of many Mouk Small Pox. Judge Italley Is tin after a week's Illness. IlKI.li OVKIt. Frnnk Lawrence had sorrowing and sympathetic friends. has been ottlelully notified by Morris J. Net-tl- o Mr. J. M. McRoberts tells us that Mlts. Mot.I.ti: WllAY and Miss his examining trial Saturday fur shootHarris, chairman of tho board of trusWray arc Iwok from a visit U) Mrs. ing his brother-in-laWulter War- Mr. Logan and his wife joined tho Rush tees of Crab Orchard, that tho doctors West Hud. II. C. Uuughmun, In tho ren, a fuw weeks ugo and was held over Hrnnch church In 1812, during the have pronounced that there is a gengreat rovival hold by Kids. Carroll and J. C. COHMINKY ban scoured a - to circuit court In M00. i ut tho Vander-pom uine case of small-po- x with Ward Hros.' mill at LuucmsAllen Kcndrlck, when 150 united with And it is a big one too. We will place nn sale Houc, at the de(ot there, a young Vkiiy Kxcitink. My display of pat tho church, und from that day till tho family there. ter and moved with his man named Galen Rodger being tho A UISI'ATCll from Williamsburg as tern hats und bonnets will bu on cxh. church wus abandoned, no work put ! victim. Tho judge notified Dr. Halley, Dr. M. K. Pcnulnglon, of Ilar- - bltlon next Friday and Saturday, April uonblm wnsi ever neglected or unthat go of the board of health, and ho will " rodsbitrir, will locate at that nlaeo soon. It and 1.1. Cull In und seo before buy- gratefully performed. Mr. Logan's first there today, on his return from Itrod-hea- d J 25 Pieces Light and Dark Percales at only wife wus Miss Mury Lunsford, who Mlts. IlKNtlY FltYE, of Rurgin, who ing. Mrs. Kate Duddsrur. . where ho went on tho early train visiting Mrs. Wra. Hooch, one child, and his second, has been of Mor- bore him son Johnny, this morning to investigate tho cases returned yesterday. Mr. Goooh Is very gan Iiooiio, died near Muy wood Satur- Miss Susan Smith, by whom lie, hud of three small-po- x suspects thero. It low, three, nil being dead but tho one nam- - is likely i pronounced that tho Crab Orchard man Sam McCLUitK. of Rockcastle, who day, of what Dr. L. It. Cook od altovu. Sunwill bu brought to tho pest house hero. ays thu iNTKItlOll JotMiSAL I next U) meningitis. The burial occurred Wills. In tho county court yestertho Hlble at his home, was hero Satur- day afternoon nt tho fumlly burying ground. Tho llttlo fellow was 111 only day tho will of Squlro John S. Murphy The board of trudsut Loulsvlllo met day. Wo purchased llie.--e Goods some time ago, but have been holding JL'IXJK K. G. WILLIAMS, of Ml. Ver 4S hours. was admitted to probate. It divides with representatives from tho commer- JJ them until good weather so that nil our customers could have an equal of his estate equally cial clubs of Mlddlesboro, Lancaster, Wi non, btopH!d over to see u mighty HuVrON 1I.I.K ieople uro promised a thu remainder 10c por yard pretty girl hero whllu returning Irom trout Friday evening when the Centre among his llvo chlldien ufter they are Harrodsburg nnd MuICno with refer- jjlfj chance. These goods are worth IajuIsviIIo. charged with thu umounts ho has ad- ence to tho extension of tho Southern College Gleo Club will glvo un enter vanced them so us to share and share und named the following gentlemen to Mlts. M. K. Loitu and llttlo Resale, benefit of tho Pres from Loulslllo tainment for tho ulke. W. II. und J. S. Murphy wereup- - go to Now Vork and seo President of Loulsvlllo, urrlvcd byterlatt church. As tho admission It pointed executors und they qualified us Spencer: John M. Farm, of Lancaster, yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. only iV tho church will doubtless bo such. The will is dated Fob. 12. I4!), Henry Underwood, of Mlddlesboro, C. Juno Harris. 5yj As they wont last long, and we can't get any more. Inadequate to tho crowd. T. D. Hanky went to Dauvlllo Sun J. G Lynn qmilllled us administrator I). Thompson, of Harrodsburg, und i of day to sou hi brother, W. G. Haney, W. A. Lkwis, who lives near Halo's of tho estate of Kugcno P. Woods und SamT. Jones und Charles K. Chase, i5 & before bo left for Murllnsvllle, InJ , In Well, found a coin tho other duy with G. A. Hughes of F. P. Hughes. Tho Louisville. In Harlan county a farmer named search ol health. tho following inscription: "Freedom, will of Mrs. Catherine Uulley was pro- ftaKvery body knowe the Douglass Slioes8 Postal Clkiiic J. M. Davih, of the Ju8tlcc,Trulh;Abrahum Lincoln 1HU." buted nnd S. J. Ktnbry and J. 11. Pax- - Henry Museee und his young son John, VjE K. C, has secured u position In the A picture of Mr. Lincoln ulso appears ton, named us executors, qualified were ambushed und killed whllu on Goodrich Steamship Co.'s otllce ut Chi- on It. It Is ubout tho slzu of u silver The bulk of her estate of $20,000 is left their way homo Irom u neighbor a cago und will give up his run May I. tlvo cent piece nnd Is badly worn. to her nieces, Mrs. Kato Miller und house. Masseo and son bud been to a n SI Mrs. Cicero Prlco, to tho former the neighbor's und during tho conversu-tloMiss Hkttik I'axton has a letter STANlxutn will have u big jxHilt-- y larger share; i00 to Mr. S. J. Rtnbry, there they begun to urguo ubout from Mr. Joe I. Hurton telling her und produco house before muny moons $100 each to Mary and Lizzie Poftmun, crops. Hot words wore exchanged thut that bo will marry Miss Lillian beauty, Juno 7. wuxjtndwuno. Jaku Humtuolstuln, of daughters of her nephew J. R. Port-ma- led to blows. a Montgomery . McKlnnuy, has closed out his stock of small umounts to her other nieces, Pardons In six cases agulns. S. G. Du. Jackson Givkss ami jonn wero on jesterday's train en goods und ufter u rest ho will cotuo $200 for keeping tho graves of herself Glb&on, of Morcor county, for tho un Hasttn Hastln, hero und okmi u wholesale poultry and und husband und $J00 for n memorial lawful salo of liquor und aggregating routoui Louisville. Mrs. J. D. business, something wo huvo window in tho Christian church for $1,000 in tines wore Issued yesterday CHILLEDHastln's mother, Joined thorn hero urodueo Mr. needed for yeurs. tho city. by Assistant Secretary of State Wood. them. and ulso went to ' Mil. J. J. McltOliKUTS and Dr. . H. Tilt: six shares of Lincoln National Gov. Worthlngton having ordered It TllK proposition before tho fiscal O'Hannon wont to Liberty yesterday to Hunk stock belonging to W. C. Green- court to employ u turnpike supervisor just bef6re bo left. tjstlfy In tho damage suit of J. J. ing, which wero udvortlsed in this pa- should bo very carefully considered A Hall county, Gu., roan, Daniel which Mooro ugulnst tho Danville pike, per, wero sold by II. T. Hush yesterday, before It is acted upon. In tho first Kelloy, has broken all records by mar.ii,t nm. lu'i.ln till Saturday. and place It would bo dllllcult to get tho rying three sUtcrs In 10 months. In llvo to J. II. Haughmun ut tl0ri. Tim commoncement of tho Ohio tho other to T. D. Nowlund for 9100.- - right kind of a man ut a salary that tho loss than two months of tho death of ho had Induced another to bo College of Dental Surgery will occur .'0.. Tho three In tho First National of' county could alTurd to pay, und In tho ono sister his wife. lltOdeon Hall, Unclnnutl, tomorrow. Stanford wero withdrawn atH4.i"i. second place It seems that tho olllco At a cost of $0,000 Jackson has built Dr. J. M. Hronaugh, who Is ono of tho need not bo creuted and the monoy has our thanks for un TllK Somerset Paragon tells of a saved for tho roads. Judge Ualley's a bridge ucross tho Kentucky und sho graduates, per year, to u Lincoln county boy, whom It does not For Palo by plan, wo believe, Is much tho better. It has leasod. It for $1,350 company which agrees to chargo less ROIIKltT W. LlLLAHU Is in DUIIVHIO numo, who now lives thero and has is to let sections of the road lor tbreo for a few days, tho guest of Mr. II. C. mudo an envlublo reputation both at yeurs for a stated sum, or to tho lowest than half us much as tho old ferry comHrlghtand fumlly. Mr. Llllurd's frleuds school und ut church, und asks us to bidder to bo kept In toll paying order, pany. Is now ond them somo moro llko him. Wo John J. Cozatt, ugontand yurdmaster will bo gratified to learn that ho u commission to view tho road boforo entirely restored to iiouun unit is cu I fear thut oxinirtutlon exhausted our tho money Is paid and tho wholo to bo at Livingston, has been promoted to a routo to Loulsvlllo to uccopt u business bU,,,,)y of boys of that chunictcr. In uuder tho supervision of thu fiscal X)sltlon ut Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., ut u fuet If thero uro any moro llko hlai hero court. Should u supervisor bo elected, much udvunced salary. H. FIshback oosltlon. Advocate. ftn ...... ! . -. succeeds bltn. Hmt matter is not oi recoru TllK Todd County limes bujb " hu would huu to prcued In this way I doing a good M. S. Haughniun .not. nf Mr. S. Wultou lorgy in .i SaI.iw. Trustee J. It ut lust. Tho rcsKinslblllty of such u HANKiti'lT railWill bu business with his stallions, Nuboth and tho case ol Cummins vs. L.,.r.V N. M. F. Allen position would bo great, us practically . . ..... i. mi.,,. iiulntliT'd Hushsoldthoi uceounts of first colt I moro Ogdensburg. Tho latter' tho face vuluo of which Is the wholo turnpike fund and 10-aro coming now und aro good ones. lor 10. HU total assets urn about would bout his disposal. We feel no 'e cs- i 0-: o, o. James Moss, aged CO year, commit15 cent oa tho further Interest In tho mutter than any , nnd will nay ubout k i..,.irt ir id nm enruvuKuuv imnswi- i, i. ted suioldo In Jessamine county. Six tho .,iH r hi Indebtedness. In thu case other taxpayer ofcourtsumo amount, but I week a, o he married u Id year old will not saddlo wo do bono tho o. uio mosi, u. us unless It1 girl. ,.,. ufjanaut Rowland was bought by G. tho best und I In u family In Cincinnati tboro was a for W, but tho house and can bo shown thut It latnTl T "ii ffl Mr ' 8. Carpenter ..Leanest way to dispose of a vexed birth, a marriage and a funeral, almost liowcit Price s. Work Gurautetd. at the same hour. question. Under la good repair, .old for !0. UMtOMlHe. wcU, FLOOMM), siding and cclllnff. - - Sine. fivo-roo- MEN'S SUiTS AT BIO, go-b- y StS ready-to-we- ar ROWLAND St CO., BEMLEY & CMTER Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. e. t NEW GOODS! KID GLOVES. FANCY HOSIERY. no-tll- 0, -2 ll-l.- 1 Lace Curtains. JOHN P. JONES. Mcr-sho- The First Break 1 ol Wednesday A. M., April 12, four-ycur-- 5c Per Yd. y I Come Early SEVERANCE SONS. mwmemsMzlmm8mm;mmwA BUY THE Rich-urdso- n, And You Will Make No Mistake. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Oliver Plow -- The Best In The World. . 1 MR EYES ! ZSrl" ".SlU I I Accurately Tested And Fitted n Sw 1 CRAIG& HOOKER'S zj,, J I rw.uMmtiuuMllk i .,, - t .414 A. tfV THEINTERIOR JOURNAL JPcOallafe.ed.Xxeaanyai anl 3Pxldaw I h , . t' r 0 'fat hogs at 3 3.V. will bo dedicated nt Mayflcld, May 7. Hov, Richard Drawer wan (uddenly Three nlco work mules for sale. C. attacked by heart disease at Campton T. Bohon, Ilustonvlllo. W. A. ic It. II, Pettus sold to Robert U PJBIt YKAIIIN ATJVANCIC and felt from hi horse, dead. Tho Won Liberty Prcsbvtorv I cel West their hemp at 14.30. gay When not so paid sa. SO will be charged. ebrating It contcnnlal at Lexington, oVerrin & Pence bought of T. A. where It tint church was built la 1781. Coulter SOO bale of hay at tS. A good rain has. fallen at Dallas, Ror. Robert' Ilylaml, of Lexington, LOGIL the nonogcnarlan Daptlst prcachcr,had Texas, breaking tho worst drouth In a stroko of paralysis and Is noarlng tho IS years. TIME GID end very fast. Palo red cow, white spots and de Tho fifth annual Christian Endeavor horned, left a wcok ago. P. P. .Bishop, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. convention of tho eighth district union Hubble. J. A. DudQerar has lost by death two of Kentucky, will bo held at Perryvlllo at I:M . X. No. 8 Arrrlreaat Stanford 2:10 A. u. No. 4 Imtm Stanford at hornless bulls and a hclfcr during tho April 23th, 29th and 30th. Itowlandst 12.00 niT. No. II Arrlfeaat Rov. Dr. J. William Jones has called last week. 2:J0 P. M. Mo.K 1itm httnlorJ at At Chlckamauga Park tomorrow, the special meetings of Confederate- chnp KNOXVILLE DIVISION. lalns to devise means for saving the government will disposo of COO mules souls of old and sinful Johnny Robs. at auction. 17 p m 50. 24 Train going North "I am the loaf of bread," Is the way Jesso Waller sold to Dr. Joseph 2 41 m H.2 Sooth ....... .......... 1 M k in a little tot said her versa In Sunday Price, of Philadelphia, a brown harness No. IS it p w school, very much astonishing her moth mare for 1125. ' - ... N. 2 " For alllPolnta. Stock owes aro selling at $j In Mcr- er, who had tried to teach her to say BO'KIH TICKETS WJLH. ccr. Several sales of corn at $2 aro "I am the broad of life. IIAUOAUEtllECKED TI1ROUOH. Rev. W. N. Eldrldgc, of Troy, who noted In the Democrat. For any Information enquire ol I bavo four good jacks ready fur serassisted Rev, S, M. Rankin in tho pre JUG S. RICE, Agent, vice that I will sell, trodo or farm out. Stanford, Ky. liminary services attending communion, made many friends hero who wcro J. W. Glvens, McKinncy. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. C. D. Stlgall A-- Bro. sold to Montle greatly plcnscd with his sermons. d Fox, of Danville, II p. M., red Do tho two Indianapolis ministers, Trains leare Frankfort at 7 A. w. and S 10 onnecting at tlcorgftown with t AC. and teach. who advocate intermarriage of whites steers at 4.00. Somerset Paragou. 5 10 r. H. Iarta lac Paris at 9'4 a, m and ) .connecting at A Texas planter feeds his mules eniti.l) i. x(J and.1 and P.reaching Frankfort tleenr. and blacks as "tho only way to solvo at :1J AC town with the Negro problem," practise what tirely on crude molasses and finds it a. ar. and 7:10 p m joseni n. newton. a. o, p. a. they preach? Loulsvlllo Times. both strengthening and fattening. On account of the bad weather SatRev. J. T. Sharrard has accepted a QUEEN & CRESCENT. call to tho Christian church, Dotblc- - urday, tho horso show at ilustonvlllo I Traini pas Junction City at followi hem, in Hourbon. He now divides his was postponed till Saturday, loth. No. 1 South ...12 OS p m No. 2 North...... 4 11pm time, first and third Sundays at Old A Nebraska farmer says that ho has " No.1 " .lltvam "4 " .JSara ....lSlpm Union, second at Cane Ridge, fourth at been able to cure his hogs of cholera No. 5 " ..ll'."lam " C0am " . SMpm "10 " No. by starving them for both food and waBethlehem. Cynthlana Democrat. Noa. and 2 do not atop. 9 an J 10 run no fur Ulehop W. W. Duncan will begin his ter. Junction CUT ther than S&rallco, a race horso valued at Kentucky tour in the interest of the and thrco other blooded horses, Twentieth Century Educational I'und at Bowling Green, April 30, and will burned to death in a barn near Chatta continue for CO days. His appointments nooga. Simmons, bred In Fayette and sold aro all confined to the Southern part of as a five yonr old for $12,800 Is dead. the State. AoSSa tUwrB rier wlwvni JOHN H. MIIXER church J. S. Pettut sold to Sweeney Morgan ffifcCoM Easily? Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tlckllnR In your throat? Would you feel relieved If you could raise something? Docs your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus In the morning? Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of Is a candidate for Hie legislature, subject to Ids action nf the democratic prut jr. Announce hi candidacy for to the office, of UeprftMntAlivt from the county of Lincoln, subject to Ilia action of the HON. M. P. NORTH I 1?" IraTm n MIS EVELYN XARDIF, Thet: Seamstress. Plain and Paalilonnblo Hewing Cuttlni ntidFitting n HpfClnlty Wate works ft. - & H "-- (I l il IM I'-M- SnPie,iisra-- , '99. Trees, Plants, Vines. . There Is no part of our tmtlncM which vW uv - ........l ........ tloes not rcctire Its full hate of attention Trull and OrnrtnirnUl Trrrs, Shrube, Fmall Prulla and irrv thing for Orchard, and the stock f of Lnwnnm! (lartlen. Wc. cm ploy no agent, but wll direct at reasonable price, draw-berr- y and Treo Catalogue on application to DllUOH II. K Telephone 370. (101-l- llIM.KNMKVK.lt. Lexington, Ky. MICUICInVJCH A.N1J TOir.HTl'OOOlW by any in the 1 W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., LnMcnHtcr, Ky. Teoth Extracted Without Pain I we carry aro not aurpaMcd city. Our Prescription Department, however, is considered l lie most Important and the 1,000-poun- Pectoral vou have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. K .lecli Ac tuns tttm ctitt. If With Vltallrrd Air. OftVe In the Naw ance. I'hj.ldan In attendBuilding, utmost caro is oxrrciscd In compounding anil filling orders. The putity of the drug used and absolute accuracy In measuring and weighing emure porfocrtnMilti. Tbomp-o- n it DR. M. L. LOiflZDER, PHYSICIAN AND DIll'dOIST, MCKlNN'ltV, - KlCNTl'CKV. !'rrwrl'tlon C.irefullr Comi-juniln! Night. Iv nr llio-r.- Penny's Drug Store. TO THE FARMERS All natlom are learning this Irwon: ! S0TICE I TO FBRMERS. ealc 1 1.1,-00- 0, ir. JUtr's CKrrg Pecfaral Piaster FORTY BROKE MULES. ONlxirnc Will sell from one to a LtVZHY, FEED ACT cnr-lou- i! hare on hand and for Farui Iiuplc-iiicnt- N Succeed e.lally RoVal Made from pure cream of tartar. - Help at Hand. If you hnvc any complaint whatever ml desire the best Baking Powder , I t ; I!" Saf eguarck the food against alurru Alum biting powders are the greatest meaacers to health of the present day. noYW, tuuho font eg., atw vowc JX.JvJcGfyVY UNDENT ASER! 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Manuel was secOR TRADE. 11ROKEN I1ICYCJLES ! ond and Handscll third. fond them FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tilt: UASVII.I.KlVtl.lH-O.DV.WIl.t.i- tu Automobiles are to be Introduced in fptendld of Soull.nil Kaaui, K. ?)Mtllrfrunifirmthe J ID rlarm Inline Well lorated, Chlcagoand ore horses will be thrown Nu UlThliJM. OPSTlSrOltO, KT U ill Ml (uod farming country. Ilil.kly on the cold, cold world and then probonea.y term or tele f.r f.rtn tn tVntrat Kea SATiMWtrrio.v ot auantit.o. lucky. Can pay ll. to U.ui din.rruf la a CavlUl SU:k $100,003. Sarplai, J17.320 ably into the beef trust vats. trade, (ft.) , Stanlurd, K, Addrra lbi E. P. Bishop sold to R. L. Hubble a ThU Initltutlon orl.lnttly ettabllihed aa lb Ix inulo for $40 and bought one of K. roait Bank of Stanford In ISM, then irurganlrrd The congregation of tho Baptist work u Wo C. have 'ranted our laridi and herehr A. White for $(53. He sold D. C. Allon the National church has increased so much during Ilaok ofstanlord In IMS andagala warn ull wrMina from trv.uivlng on Ihetii a bunch of yearling lambs at 4c for any purpose winterer, under rnalty of Rev. G. W. Pcrryman's pastorate that A sorrel colt was foaled at McGrath-lan- a rmrganlied the Klrat National IUnk of Stanford tho law provide! In audi cum. their present building is Inadequate and The Tailor, out of Marlet, by Hanover. Tho In 1MI, baa had practically anunlnterruplfdeitat. H. II. IlAt'OllilAN, T I). NEWLANIJ at tho prayer meeting Wednesday I'KNCK. HAt'lJIIMAN. colt was bred by urtlflclal means and Is encefor 41 yean. It la blter au piled now will J. W. 1'ATTKIlsON, A M. IIAl'OIIMAN, K. FM I. night they decided to lengthen the got to bo so bred. lacllltlea for trantacllng tualoMa promptly and lib a. II. SIIANKH, Miy. V OltlMKS Stanford, Kv., building 23 feet. Two dressing rooms the first of Hanover's K I.YNN J K. IIIU'CE. J. The U. S. exported 01,000 horses In erally than rer before In lta long will also be built on either side. Mid- T M WAItti and honorable J. II McKINNT.Y. Ih KccelvltiK his The Imports 1S03, valued at $6,000,000. And A. M KKI.ANH. J ri OW8LKY, Ml. dlesboro News. wcro 2,23d head, valued at $200,000. career. Accounts of Indlelduals, nMurlarics.nrmt J. II. .McKINNKV, Tlmlwte.1 Ijinda. Tho new Baptist church was dedica Winter Goods. and Indltldnala aoltctted. ted on Sunday last by Rev. W. P. Har- Great Britain ccure' more than hilf Goods Warranted. vey, of Louisville, assisted by J. Wen- of our exports. DiaiCTOII. G. A. McRoberts has bought tho K. lUld, Uoooln Co.; dell Blackburn, the pastor In charge. J. W. Hayden, Stanford Fit Guaranteed. Trlbble'g line mare, S00 IjiiiIicL There was a debt of about $400 against season of W. A. .'1 oaU for .ale . II. Paughman, " S.T.llarrla, " Give Him a Call. . uurer unuieii now. ami itcpair. the church which Dr. Harvey demand Kate Mulloy, and will breed her to A. J. S. Hocker, " .Miuitt uuuivuior.. in ine worm T.P. IIIII, C. Dunn's splendid saddle stallion, ed should be paid before tho dedica IMrhiR ltoll and Hall Hearing Hinder. W. A. Tribute, W.I'. Walton " " IVerlnc ltoll anil Hall Hearing Mower, tion, as he had never dedicated a English Hunter. Lincoln County ilojer IluckbiKird and Hugglt-.- . Eagle Bird, the tine saddle stallion J. 11 Orch'd M. J. MUler, MUVcrnoa. church to tho Lord over which there Garden Plow anil Double Miotvlt. All kind of I'urnlturn and anv piece imhung a debt. Tho audience responded of E. P. Woods, will make the present M , D.EIuore, btanfonl. National Bank. ou want. Call on $13. kind of llarne W. II. by raising tho $100 required and tho season at Lexington at 3 II. . CAItl'ENTKIt, lllHTONvn t e, ICr orncaaa. horseman, ceremonies proceeded. Wayne County Cleveland, a J S. llocker, I'realdent; J. J. Mcllobert CaahUr will have charge of him. MuncMortoThe Farmer. lUnk A Tni.t IVinipaay Record. A. a McKlnner At..tantCaiM.r. and under aanie tuanaeinent cvnllnu- Tommy Brltton, Oakland Baron and Endeavor outiy fur The Joint Christian two of the greatest trotting stallions of meeting at tbo Christian church Sun TIIK day night was a pleasant and profita the country, wore matched to race In Terre Haute, Ind., In September. Tho ble one. Members of the Ilustonvlllo, MI'? nut Ut Undertalcer, purse ot $10,000. D Turncrsvllle and Morcland Societies race will be for a Kentucky B. G. Fox, of Danville, gave us tho Hustonville, took interesting parts, whllo tho Stan To William Offer, hlaeerrlce to I'ENETHATES ford endeavorers as usual acquitted following salcB yesterday: the people ofW.it IJicoln Hopliiirh builncu relalloiu wli:prore liiutnal-laud pleaunl. themselves creditably. Tho Iluston- Steele, of Philadelphia, a pair of road and Caaey eountlea. Full alock ol ColtlDiand Caak. etaalwayaon hand. T. Mack a EIGHT GREAT STATES 6 1. B. Carpenter. Manager. vlllo quartette composed of Misses horses for $235; to J. PIHKCTHUS cuddle horse for $133 and to Mary Adams, Victoria Bishop and JerKentucky, Tennem.ee, Virginia, Georgia J.J. Willi. in.. North and South Carolina, J.rl...ley, Sr., ry and Sid Adams rendered a beautiful Nichols & Thomas, of Lexington, a William iioah, Alabama, Mlaatwlppl. $230. gelding for song. MUses Mary Carpenter and MaA. tf Carieriter, W. II. Cummin, Only thrco stallions were exhibited ry Adams sang a pretty duet and Miss MIlS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. J. I.. I.ynn, yesterday the smallest number on S. II.Ahankt Rosa Vowell made u timely talk. T. I,ancntiter, t Kentucky. propJ. y Ca.h, J. Hill, on tho part of tho visiting so- record. Thoy wcro Ogdunsburg, Hun-to- r, Iletween niu the J. R O.iley erty of M. S. Baughman, English OI'I'ICKIUJ Newly furnished; clean beds; nplcndsd cieties, responded to tho welcome adowned by A. C. Dunn, aud Double tabic Kverylhlng Porters dress in fitting terms. Mrs. H. D. Welsiger, meet all trains. 89 THREE DAILY TRAINS h. II, hhanka. I'mldrrit, a.hlrrl J II. Ilw.lry. read un interesting paper, as did Standard belonging to M. C. W M. Ilrlgh,A..I Caihlrr showed Each way between Louisville and Islington Mies Alllo Govur. Misses Clara and of Danville. S. U. Baughman Capl. Powell Jack. Nellio Mershon sang u duct, Misses a tino W. A. TOItlf. O. P A.. Wai.liln-I.ii- ). I). C Lllllc Poyton, Annette Allen and Mrs. did not bring his good horse, John W II. TAYLOR A. O P A W. C. Shanks a solo each and Robert Proctor, In. Umlavllle, Kv J. E. Brucd seeing tho article on Harding Waters mudo a good speech. James R. Beazley was conductor and "Rape Cuturo in tho U. S.," dn tho made the audience "stand on its feet," American Sheep Farmer, is going to send for seed and try Its cultivation. It when it sang. At the rate of is tho finest food for sheep in Hie counbTATK or Ohio Cm inr Tolkdo, try and Is splendid for cuttlo and swlnu. UtiiVuiMr. It grows where nothing else will, and K.AXK J.Ciiknkv ininf. u.th that lie U tlio Is easily cultivated and therefore very eulor partner of the firm of P. J. C'lHXKV 4 Cu., loluf liualnnaln the City of Toledo, County aud cheap. Five years ugo tho plant was htaie eforwAld. a.id thai ald firm will ay the littlu known. Last year thera wuro Th. D!rectllng From Clacinnitl Via liiuoiu.Mv iiLMJur.li 1MU.I.AIM lor emu and eVry oaae of Catarrh that tanuot he cured by the millions of acres devoted to its culture. lueuf Uali.'m Catakuii Ci "K. COUitT Day. A big crowd uttended v 1'ltANK J.CIIi:SKV. ToCourier Journal than In In the SBorii tu before lue and auUrrlbed In my any other painr publlihed'nlMju In rme, thU Slh day o( Dweiulnr, A. I), Ixks. irw court yesterday uad there were about aunty and quantity. A MONTH. 200 cattle on market. There vitro very c .Notary Public, Michigan And Canada. few nubile sales, but wo gathered the 104 FaperH One Year Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and aita following privuto ones: Geo T. Wool n train, erery wrfkdar. a train. .. CcutH. oo tbeblool aud tuucoua aurlaiia of the dlntlly 50 THE BESTANDCHEAPEST huudar tyiliusu and Wagner Kleei yiteui heud for teatliuoulala, five. bought of C. M. Jones 20 era on night tralua. . u.tll,ule,l parlor Courier Journal I the Th. TwlcA-Wet, Joieuo, u. r j. tni..-ta ui vai.ouuay traiua. over fie; D. O. Allen euperlor of all other DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD 7.5. steers at a little wiualof uiaoy datll,aud th. Kild by DruptUia. paper. It print uiulo real uewa, uor. good ilaa llairaPsuilly 1111a are the best. sold five steers at $30.30 and one at $23; uiatter,niorT04Ml atorlva than any other. Iuue.1 EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Wednesday aud Saturday. A guM cviumlailoii lu Cliiclinmtl To Chicago. I was reading an advertisement of G. W. Jones, of Pulaski, sold to E. Pi agents, haiupleivplts fresou application. Writs to J Irabu etery weekday, a EXCEPT SUNDAY, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera undDlar-rbiu- a Woods 10 steers at $23, to Griggs, of Sunday. Vctlbuled train.. Pu 'm.S CO., Uul.Tllle, Ky. Remedy In tho Worcester Eater Garrard, uloo heifers at to and a cow Lsrs, 1'ailur Cats and Cafe Dlujng Cari At the rate of at 3c; J.C. Hays sold to Bud Dunn, of pribo recently, which leads mo to write lly Hpeila) Arraiigemeut You Cau (let The steers at Co $1.00 for J Months, this. I can truthfully say ( never used Madison, five Oincinnati To Indianapolis. $1.90 for 6 Months, any remedy equal to it for colic and and two at 4 i and a bull at 3f, to Ceo, gemi Weekly Interior Journal Stralus.rery weekda, $2.00 for I Year. L. Carter eight steers ut $22 and 12 to dlarrhd'a. I have nover had to uso t trains on nuuday. And Ik. & Wiseman more than one or two doses to cure tbo other parties at $17; Allen sold a lot of cows at 3 to 3c, heifers ut rut Daily SirrlM to TWICE A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL worst case with myself or children. For sample copies, leave ui your name or write the W. A. Stroud, Poporaoko, City, Md $13, sorao cows at $20.30 and a lot of lor IlolbOu. KaiiHHH City Went For sale by.C.alg & Hocker, druggists. Galloway steers and heifers at $21'; Only 9a.a5. lUllyPullinauandVagne,, Conrad Hiatt sold to B. Chancellor 18 Miko Forbes, agd 17, died In Louis steers and heifers at $14. Sevcj-a- l mules This la for ra.li lubHrlitlpni only, All .11b. acrlpllona uuder thl. tvuibiuatlou oner uul bs J. O. Makiji. ville, from tho effects of continual ci- Void at $10 to $80. Plu; horses wcro Caeral Soulhern Louisville, Ky. MU through ihlsetllie. J.tt.LKaiir, Irar pan Ant Ageut. IIIa.T.u. Kim.. garette smoking. dull. W. I', WALTON, BTinrvkD, Kr. Iho Tho South Kentucky Association Sunday School Convention, Clrclo No. 1, will bo held at New Salem church, "April 0, with a lengthy and Inter- cstipg program. M. V. Jones and W. I Gooch compose the committee of arrangempnts. A Baptist church at Indianapolis has gone to pieces becauso of tho congrc gatlon dividing on the guilt of its pas tor, Rev. F. G. Parrish, who is charg ed by his wifo with unchristian conduct, and by the community with a too great fondness for certain of the 2D-3- Where others fall. tuMt nur lllo- . and Mower. ineir iwriciion la etru- STABLr. Hint to tiring hullt of the Nvt material that (Mi) 11 li l'()." Hcnli? liatitlHe l) uonrr ran bur AUi lirlne flttel with the only iwrfrct KOI. I.Kit IIRAIIINflH In eilt-etie- e aa.urlngat all tltneallghtewldraftand A. loiip-- t life. A full line of rr.lra alwatV on hand It .now tine to o oata. To krpl Surgeon nrrutr j;riunil proprlv bur the IMurmt, e our llay Trldera. Dentist, llo Harrow SALS d.-r- FARM FOR SALE :. POSTED. H. RUPLEY, Merchant Fall TO FARMERS. ru..-pro- Colll-r.Cr- ab well-kno- Capllal-Mmk- , IU-i,- rl J. T. StTTTOWT, Soutnern Railway n. Solicits Your Bank Aocount, y Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Through Sleeping Cars Mc-Clu- ru two-year-- Daily Paper 161c YOU GET MORE k liil Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, For 000-pou- k COUItlKK-JUntNA- 700-pou- nd Evening Post, tt and the ,.,, ,., Manager ' A - SLi uj&-- 4- A, . -- t v;. 1 t ji : htuUr U...-A- . l..Bw.