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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 14, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899041401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 14, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - x r .l II - . x X voLoXxyjii. ' r'- - ' - - PI '' EKEY INTERIOR JODBSAlfe:. r- r ,. , " '''..Vflfc- - T STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, 1 AftllL 14. 1899. 10 A.M.' ' no: i3 linw mym efescd to Iseo Ilwkeastle swmr.fc Ttte eowity levy wM,rodAli0.r-Sl.,Ile'Aii- ) h'Srsi and dm Riven 'Are years at , 'IW surpltwJhftji V iiTafWP Rleb- 'HpFa. J, M. Delatiey rti4lj - rssWesiee at Pluevllle f fS''Mllfi M.bMfletkflTe ty a hii lit- - ira, . Ms I ' S1 tnr if. SlBftl jf AlexOifM if. Mtf wlJarti.ngtoo acly ettaW county. of matches. AmlersM Perry were color. 'tfatrt Md woaaded la Ight In 'eJ'ietUeweat t , badly weqadel. f ' ' Tbo tint HK f the icwwn playW m Rto.n8d Saturday will bo between Vkre KeutaffkiTand Central LBeer. Gilo U UnlversItiWiw. TUo W three-for-flr- In Mchsiend and left between Alo Steele Company, a crowds ski, played to ttnall suns, a f leaving AumeraW bills unpaid. Warren Gilbert, of Jessamine county, sentenced to Jail (or l&O day (or beat and passion, was grtntid a pardon oy Gor. Bradley. John Faulkner, a revenue ottlclal un der Collectar Yerkcs and a on of the latq Col. J?bn K. Faulkner, died at Silver Creek, otcongeitlon oftbolungi, aed 37 yeara. Woodton May will bcpln tho public-tlo- n of a democratic paper at Ferry villa May 3. "The Kentucky People" will be lu name and It will be red hot for IV W. Uardln for covornor. Only :io ladletiuenu 'were returned by thh MadliOfl grand Jury and none agalntt the lnturanco companies, Staadard Oil Company, or tnacUtrawa for col keeping up tbo pike. A torantula I It George Dunn, a clerk In J. S. Chrltrean'a atoro at Danville and be wai aeon In a itupor. Doctr pint and aftor Uttvo hlw wbUky working with him all night, they Unul-ygby-th- e htea up. ' I j I ' V Charles Wllloughby and Dr. Albert Comb fought In aatoroatCollego Hill, Madlaea county, when tho latter received a fatal blow with tfa ax handlo "'and the former waa ahot ao caverely be dled 'Wllloughby accused Comb of breaklni; up his homo. D. K. Pearsons, of Chicago, preont- ed a,000 to Be re a Collngo, of Ken- tueky( which la to be used as an endow, mist fund. The bequest was mado to Wb. G. Frostt presldoat o(thc college, aijd David crCambte, of Cincinnati. 4 The Van wlnkloHclephooe 'line "has fbecn completed vto Lebanon, which ''gives It connection Cplumbla..Carapbellsvlllo and on thro', to tho Cumberland river, together with tho smaller lines In Washington and Marlon counties. Advocate. Green Durnslde, a Garrard county in Jail and Xegco, was given GO daj fined 1CQ In the U.S. court at Louis- villo for rflUlllnc. His wife was ac- dultied. Judiro I'.vans Instructing that .Coo must bo If It wni shown that abb liand. On hearing tbo verdict bo. as tonlshed the court by exclaiming: "Thank God Almighty.'1 Tho city assessor is calling on the cltltenaof Klchtnond owning ock In National bankf, no matter whero located, W list Mino for taxation. This change In tho assessment law la duo to io recent decision of tho supremo court of tho U. S., whereby Natlpnjl. bank franchUes aro held exerou'.-otcity, county and Stato taXat,!rlWnco, the stockholders must pay tho tax on tbelr Individual holdings. Climax. reLast week tho Courier-Journported that Mr. '.. L. Samuels, of this county, who was In Loulsvlllo for the nurnonu of selllnir hi tobacco, hud mys teriously disappeared from that city about friends woro him.'hisWhen tho notice "appeared Mr pushing his work Samuels was at home on his farm. Ho served four year In the Federal aruiv and has been In half tho cities of tbo Union, benco ho knows a thlpe or two, Adair News. Two or threo warrants were sworn out yesterday morning for Attorney John II. Johns on charges that while ho was at the homo of u Mrs. Anna Hoark, Monday evening, ho beat und bruised her wlth'a loaded cape, that bo lwl a concealed and deadly, weapon on his person, and that ho, when within shooting distance, did present the said deadly.weapon at Mrs. Hoark in a throtalnif manner. Ho was trying to closoallen on her piano whonsho went for him. Somerset Reporter. A special from Anderson, N. C.,sayi; Tho chief engineer of the Black Dia a mond ratlway Mgaa tao weric oi perraaaent route from this point to Port Royal. It Is stated that the road will be amply naanolered, by Kngllsh iooa-tine- v .1 capital, tchemo. cbtHiHsu :i yuas. I suffered. K years 'with a eougli, and speut huDdre4 of dollars with doctors sud ir. for medietas to uo avail' uiittt TUU remedy Hsll's makes wvak lung strong. -- H has saved my ... B. 150,000,000 being behind the lud Ufe.- -J. I .L1tvllle,w'lVfr&-ta-i. The Trunk Llae Association pfPai-senge- r AgeQts agcjaad oa a rate of one osat per wile frets ClaoUaatt to the G. A. R. BtMwapatMt U Phlladaltlsi, Sept. 4 ta , next. - who lull bar A Truilavllln 'freat. yr4Li In a baaWl!7 Xore.lt waa fHa4uw jii.Bava w wrve a KUsli. ... Orsnuburg. HI. av f seateoee ot tirwe yaass.v O .()J. WE HAVE THE'lIlTj LINK OF Tbo Baptists of Philadelphia will Gov. Uradley bus elected Mr. John ea, 13, wera married at Uussell- - rect a'$r,,000 church. Wheeler McGeo for police Judge of I Georgetown College has 400 students, Louisville, to fill tho vacancyenused by vllfe. , Kfcrsb'd In Central Kcnttick. All wo nsk Is yemr Inspection. TIio price are tho death of Judge Reginald H.tThomp-son- . J. M. llreiit and Miss Hello Lawson the largest number in Uj history. Hlght for thoy are tho Lbwcst. Tho finest am! nobbiest line of Tho Cumberland Presbyterian Wom were married at Eld. J, G. LWIfigiton's en's Missionary Convention will be bytfeat gentleman yesterday. Tbo democrats Df Washington coflnty w,lll hold a house to house primary on Tho.. Major and Miss Annlo Urototi, held at Nashville. May Fifty-tw- o .ifclegatos will represent tho 14th, ICth and 10th of this month to of Jwstnlne, were married In Kentucky in the ninth International nominate a candldato for the Leglsla- Rer Charles K. Powell. The Newest and Lasttst Goods. aww nfiv. ut AlUlirjT L4IUUVI1, iiuiir Sunday school convention, nt Atlanta, lure. . Hazel Green, has given birth to four Oa., April From what w0 can learn It seems Tho Walnut Stroot Ilaptlst church, that tho Stono which the politicians children within 13 months two pairs of Loulsvlllo, has glvo all Its whisky first rejected bldsfnlr to become, the of twins, Mrs. John Green, a brldo of four dealer church members a yoar to get corner stono of tho capltol. Uluegrat. weeks, ended her llfo with morphlnoat out of tho business or out of the church. Clipper. No. 13$. DANVILLE, KV. Tho C. St O, railroad, In addition toa Hartford City, Ind. Despondency was Maj. Crump, lata of the 1st regiment, cash donation of 1200, has .offered to says that Gocbel will carry the 3d disthe trouble. John Partner, aged 23, and MNsNan-nl- o haul all materia! for tho new Metho trict. Rhea, Goodnight and tho princiCypreseSiiingles. Iron Pence. Wilder, sweet 10, woro married nl dist church of Dover, free of charge. pal workers aro for him, while Uardln Rov 12. O. Guerranl reports that the hat only a negatlva strength. V. M. Wilder' Wednesday. Rev VA new colored Presbyterian church has: Hubbard performed the ceremony. Tho Tennessee Senate passed the bill Lerton Foist, who has applied for Congiegallons, f.0; ruling elders, 132; to compel tho Associated Press to sell dhorcoat Indlanaotls, states In his communicants, 1,V1; Sunday school their tiows to all papers who will pay petition that ho has been married IS scholnrs, l.W.'l. tho prico. Tho bill Is similar to the Metal Roofing. Mill Work. Ror. Hen Helm clmed a meeting at one adopted In this State years and that It has been Juot that Hcrea last week which resulted iu 00 , The Mercer county republicans will number of year In hell with him. Mrt. Itobert Wyllo has filed suit for confessions and Modifications. He be- nomlnalo. a candidate for rcpresenta- RSJ.f.W agr--3 divorce at Grceocastlo, lnd., charing gan yesterday another meeting at the tiro tho first Monday in July. Rev, her husband with nearly every crime College at that place. David Campbell, of Cornishvllle, will President R. Lin Cave, of Kentucky likely be the Iamb foe slaughter. In the annals, Including his attention to their neighbors' wires, which she University, has tendered his resignaTbo Philippine commission finds on declares Is tho worst of all. tion and It has been accepted to take investigation aj to tho capacity of the bfTect July 1. He rcslgucd because of a Filipinos for that en nOOKKR WASHINGTON. reduction of one pee cent, on tho Inter- tire Independence would mean chaos, TUB OUKATKST NEOIIO IK THKCOUN- - est of tho college endowment, which tribal wars and Kuropean intervention. THY A'DVISKH HIS HACK TO VOTB rendered necessary a reduction of salCol. Charles E. Hoge, tbo Frankfort DKMOCIIATIC. aries. banker, toM the Cincinnati Enquirer unit St his 5 Men arc always admired. No one is The says that that Sommers' alleged attempt at brirroi. uooKer I. Washington, an Pastor Williamsburg Times 39 H. ir HIbbs baptized peoplo bery had seriously hurt Hardin, for swerlng- tbo request of u iiroraincnt colored man In North Carolina a to what In the Cumberland river In tho pres whom he Is considered u manager. should be dono to allay the present con-W- ence of ovcr2,O00 people. There were DTho beef scandal and tho. tergivcrsa between tbo races, clearly advises DO In all to bo baptized. Some of tlon it has engendered havo struck a him to make alliance with the tri- over of the most prominent citizens wcro deeper blow at the mortal status of the umphant doraocracv. Ho says: "I have been asking mrsclf latcty among tho number. army oftlcor than oven tho vast embezsome rather serious questions and I At the meeting of tho Transylvania zlements charged to Capt. Carter. My want to put one or two of them to you. Presbytery Goal cutters arc like all other workmen, some hotter than others at Danville Tuesday, the New York Tribune. Is there any rcison why the Ntfgroos clothing is all bought from houses whose coat cutters are as near perIn the South should continue to oppose 0cning sermon was preached by tho lion. Evan Settle mado an eloquent fect as can be gotten. the Southern white man and his poli- retiring moderator, Rev. Frank Wal- speech on Gen. Lee at the banquet of 'V tics? Is this nut'lbu source of nearly lop. Rov. Lucicn Nool, of Lebanon, tbo Hamilton Club at Chicago, nt all qur troubles? Unconsciously wo was chosen moderator and Mr. L. C. which Gov. Roosevelt was the guest of seem to hare gotten the Idea Into our honor and spoke on "Tbo Strenuous blood aud bones that wo are only actliu Alcorn, of Greonsburg, stated clerk. Life." Tbo occasion was tbo celebraa manly way when we oppose Southern tion of Appomatox day. OUR SOLPIKR5 AND SAILORS. while men with our votes. In some way, by eomo method, we Tho Illinois House has passed a bill Samoan savages ambushed American providing for the erection of a new must bring tho raco to the point where I csn suit you in style, and prices sn cheaper than you and Twill see and Kngllsh sailors near Apia A num- Lincoln monument at a cost of $1,000,-00It will i'uao to feol that tbo only way I.J them again soon. Resutiful patttyn. elegantly trimmed and prices for it to succeed Is to oppose every- ber wore killed. Including three offTho bill appropriates 8500,000 and thing suggested or put forth by South- icers, whom they beheaded. provides that $o00,000 be raised by w low indeed' for quality of goods TEHMS CASH ern while men This I consider ono of The 3d Kentucky boys had a roush popular subscription. Congress will be voyage and nearly everybody was sea asked to appropriate the balance. our real problems. I believe that there aro thousand of side returning from uuba. They aro The republican State committee bos white democrat in North Carolina whu now in quarantine near Savannah. been called to meet at Loulsvlllo, April aro fiO per cent, better friend to the fir Gen. Shatter came clear from Cull 20tb, to fix tbo time and placo for holdNegro than Gov. Rut sell, and I seo no fordla to repeat his old He that tbo can ing tho convention to nominate canditogvS3SSv3S:-SS:-5S-.!S2- v nocesilty In continuing to follow Corv ncd beef sent to his army was good. dates for Statu otllces. Tno chairman Russell, wbo has no power to protect, Miner no or his men are mistaken and asks that all the republican leaders be or If he has tbo lxiwer, doe not exer- badly so on hund for a reunion of the factions cise It. rather than theso other white .Uens. L,ee and Wlieoler aro among and tho presentation of a solid front to men who can protect us If wo ccao to the I'sl of major generals mustered out the enemy. coullnually and forever oppow them." by an ordor Issued Wednesday. They At a meeting of tho democratic com win be oiiered general omcers' eommls mlitec of tho loth senatorial district at S0NGOF TlltfsilIRT WAIST. slons under the new volunteer ace. Lebanon, to take action in regard to Roger D. Williams was chosen col selecting a nominee for senator. It was Hark ! thcplusof Pan are pleading oriel of tho 2t.d regiment Kentucky decided that on Saturday, April 20, at like a sweetheart Interceding In IbisisisisHbbi fssCrW-JaHMassiaaa- asI 1 of lazy fellows nowadays for the State Geards und Samuel Morrow was 2 o'clock I'. M., there bo hold In each to select a proud and painted tulip and tho meek elected lieutenant colonel. Major J county a and minted julep aro again Kmbry Allen; Major William Collier, nominee. Tbo district Is composed of along life's arid way I and J. . r.dwards were mado majors Washington, Marlon and Taylor counYes, It work a chap's undoing Tho government Is preparing to send ties, and there aro two candidates, J. when ho know that nature's wooing the Yoeemlto with Capw Lcary, who W. Kerr ani R. K. Puryear, both of from thu uplands and tho lowlands and Is to be governor of Guam, and n gar Taylor J3LV;s tho mores When tho noontide kIows rlson of 125 men to tho Ladroncs, where In a letter to a Milwaukee papcr.Col. HsaaaaaaaaBslBiBBBi In splendor- - when tho nights are soft tho general win uvo in oriental spien Hryan says ho has no authority to speak nnd tender and tho captivating shirt dor In order to Impress tho natives of for tbo parly, but In his opinion tho wulst reupK:iirs. wealth and greamen of tho govern democrat who comes back merely for Whon tbo liver pid Is wilting and inenl they are to live under. tho purposo of fighting against a reafthe HI) pad Is tilting on the tireeze Already 11,000 volunteers for tho firmation of the Chicago platform will bedlmplod bosom of tbo pool When Spanish war have applied for pensions. not find tho party congenial Tboo the r I o red roi comos pleasing und In oo in u regiments tho average has who recognized they erred in 1800 aro the rlH) red ootid stops sneezing nnd reached one In threo, Some regiments uot likely to Insist upon promlnsnco in tbjl' 4 boys play hookey from tho of volunteers which wore nover under party management until they havotime to bring forth works moot for robct$f. lire havo now 200 to 300 applications It Is lawful to be lazy whon each pensions on iiiu. uvor uu per cent for pentanco. If they do asplro to promior dear, old fashioned daisy breathes a tho thousands of claims (lied by these nence they will havo to convlnco their inHthago from thu fragrant jester year latu volunteers aro for d I causes Incur- - associates of tho sincerity of tholr When tho Odds are sweet with clover Ircdlntho service, and tho most of to aid the party in Its tlghtagalnst . and (be still ray heart) morcotur T.L plutocrats. Tho only unwelcome guests mem aro iur 1. "inaiunn. II reap-pea- r Wbon tho airy, fairy shirt nulsl uru tboso who deserted lu lbM und I I was reading an advertisement of still claim to bo better democrats than 2.10H. Inj of Latitude 2:1T!(, Sired by WaUlu-ha- m cituudard Itulu (I. itccord 2:195, When the violet blonsotna happy on those who remained in tho party, and tho coutlel of tho chapulo When wo Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar who demand tho surrender of tho und many otliors In the Ut. W.illn;lmra, Nuttotli' sire, h son oGeorge Willis SID. out thu old mosquito bar When rhii'a Remedy In the Worcoster Knto r Chicago platform as the price ot their 1'lr.t dam Tlnel, by Duroc 100, mu of llimliletonlan and sire ot Elutoe 2:29, hold. wju II - In h prUo recently, which leads mo to write return, tho dum o( Norlultio, jeurllng reord 2:31),. boncysucklo eatlo trouba this. I can truthfully say I nover Uaed Stono spoke at Owensboro Monday Second dura Hess, sitter to Jumcs Howell, Ir , by Hnrntiletonliin 10, Hire of IH'Xtor SilTJV dour Is tuning hi catarrh. and tho Messenger says: "Stone's at Third dum JomIo bayre, liy Harry C'Jay IsAlro of the dunn of ft. Jullau SiU! llodluo feel- any remedy equal to It for colic and ruignmenl of Hardin's course In the When thai tired, transcendent pnxlu.'ed 2i3D trottrs;uliO lra oi the dam of Electioneer. ing Into overy heart comes bteallng , dlarrhti'a. I have never had to use contention of his churgo that 2:10', und IS others that liuro of Lance., by American Ecllpe. fourth d tin by Liberty, sou ewcotly ponslvu, llko a sunny maiden's moro than one or two doses to euro tbo Hardin entered Into a conspiracy with u foaled June 2s, lsS. Ills podlgrie routulus Note Nnbolli I u Uiy, 10 liitnda tears When tho bird choirs lift thuir worst cuso with myolf or children the gold bugs to organize, tho convenvoices--wtie- n. In abort, ull' earth reand get the blood of llaiublvtonUn, Ueprgu Wilkes. Mitnbrlno WllVes, l'llut Jr., und Harry Clay. Popotnoku, City, Md tion, make the platformand ununswcr. joices -- and tho Immemorial shirt waist W. A. Stroud, nomination, was toirltlc Qqljfc. For sale by Ci alg k Hockor, druggists. able; likewise his revlow of Hardin's reapiears ! New Orleans $15 Will t and Jtlures grand ut record as u chronic mouth, which u all cases must be paid before tlieyjure nVea four-toler elephant of tho as attorney general when ho was rePilot, tho acIs till Btaib or Ohio Orrroir Toukiki, Wallace circus, who was operated on sponsible for tho Illegal payment of away. No mures ahull le removed any pasture reut p.tld. Care takeu to prevent occur. ,, , t t J.vrAsUuvsTT. not reponalblo should in tho hope ot making Jilm more docile, 178,000 of fees to Max Darker, the cidents but . KravkJ CHKXI.V nitki K.ostl) tint he AIs thf died from tho effects of tho operation. brother-in-la- w ot hlscousln, Jim Helm, wqlor lrlntrof Ihrftlria of J. I'll I.N r.r Co., which the court of appeals unanimousdulng liuilutM li) thsCllgrof TolMu, Uuuuly suj Ho had killed bis keeper and was vory ly declares was utterly unwarranted by uJ that uld trm.lll pay lbs (Mat aftimsld, auiuoltlNi: lil'.NDUKI) 1KIIXA11H lot Mid anil vicious. This makes tbo 6th elephant jaw. Gen. Hardin says, 'tho same cunUeCord2:28K. trial! i22. Chestnut stallion. 15Ji bauds htili. bred by Dr. L. Uurr, Lex- etrry caasol Catarrh that rannot lx cured ly Iks Mr. Wallaco has lost by death In two ning hand will be at work attempting ' . V . um of lUUL'a Citisan Cms. to framo the platform.' Wbo framed Inirtou. Kv. UtANK J.C1IENKV. i '1 years. BY NAMDHINO PATCHKN, MacrBlbforsinS and autisrrld in my ir. tho platform ot 1803? Helm, Duke, , -- . uf, llili tilU day o( Pecfrabrr, A. 1. Athorton the same crowd "Papa, If you hadn't married Mamma Lindsay, now Industrially promoting girt) ot 29, of the dams of U, laeludlug U tlpti Wllkei. IsUu,. Urawtord, 3i07., Con Ntry l'ulllo wouldn't wo had a heap of fun doing as who are candidacy. They havo stantlne, 3lt2i. 3ape. 4ll3?4.Ao.. on have sired uver 150. ,1','S.l Hardin's llslla Catarrh Cur ll takan lntaroally sod acta we pleased?" was a question put to his actively I dam Variety (dam of Ogdenabtirg In Louisville and are liluesam Sos JiSoJf. ,..i....,by Mlddtetoinse (.Irs of fourteen dlrmtly on Ih blood and uiuoiua surlacia of lbs Ki'sWl... ly pushing Uardln as a candidate. Mum..... ........ .. twudrorUalliaonlaU, In. father by his promising ' ! A tX), Toledo, O, ic- by - K.J.UHI-iS-:v--. Who martyred you, Gen. and the dums of ttfteett la Si30j, Martyr a Kold I)ruelt. son of Hainbletonluu 19. VOLCANIC KKU111UN8 Hardin? You mado the platform yourllall'a t'autly llli sr tk UU ,..byTruui.r's llellfouuder. 3 dam but Skin KruDtloiia rub ill of lor self and then got off It." Ar.tr.nJ. m i Arnica Hair ram Ikeni, alw OM, ltun- OKANOK ULOSSOM23S (sire of OrnK Chief S:t3!i, eight others and the dsu of Ked Tho Arkansas Legislature baa made IluckUn'sr.i.i cwiiw, vnw aiviia, iftuiwivwiui. , STUUV, OK A SUVK. niusauo. It a misdemeanor for ladles to wear WarU, Cbta, Uryiwa, llurna Hralda, 0baiwd To U bounit hand sad foot lor years by tb UlossomStH etc.). by Mlddletown IK. dam Nellie Post (dam of Oraogs HudglllllK), band.. Chilblains.' llwi ill curs ou earth, Prlrea ilialuiof dlantas la Ih wunt form 01 tlaTtrr. byAmerlcsu8tarl,eU:. bkds or bird foatbors In tbelr hats. socia. a outiamaaDa Acntw. uiuy PrtujgUt. tua. uur (loon 1). WlliUuua, of Manchester. Mich , Ulla . Odt. i Sold by lVuny, "i WiU ItMtl at a10 to Iwkire a Uyia ftaalatt aasa.l mIvIa n.kla x luaranUwd aara; "My how auch alTt waa uada ft B..ama . ltllKUMATlBMCUltEO. ...tllH w,iu a . wlla haa Iwoa so hlleaa fur Br years that the v.. ...v . w kM.n.l.r0 bu estrauieir oaaoaowepwution talll. ull tkd w.m, bcon campletcd by the iwuld uot turn oter In bed alone. .Alter ualng twu ........ hiullv. With the eievptlou ofMauiWIuu king lie la uDaoubteoj.w oiamuani sou 01 nauinn- Plans have My wife haa used Chamberlain's Pain la woudarfullr liu. n,. wu hen. He la a aure and very one brwder s lai inarka hi. get wnugetM uniwnuuy as. nsaraa MlkeofMectrlc WtUrs, ah syndicate for prored sud able to do her owu work." Thla au. Halm for rheumatism with great relief, iuuaaipo.iiioni any oushd uauuie wimTtmii, ate Issta art wnjjjaau ml I. unlil. ol trottla much faaler lb an M reevrd. ft dUeawe quickly ruree l.h. slU aod I oanrecommeod It' as a splendid si x blu allied electric vehicle and trans preuie reuiady lor female melancholy, headache, haa trotted la t:M bTuTI waJTand U au hwtelo get. I cadllloa, Hsamount nervoUtiieaa, elenlea.uei ! Cft k.! H"l"". . ,. . MMTaraaVvs w i. bli libat WeWAltany. lad.,lu mtttuionUu. sad companies, to divide up tho batktihe, fainting: sad diaay lUa. TbamlraUe iU u Ji. llBlnent for rheumatism and .other porlatlon udly Iratk to U lMd to weak, alt sdy ruu SbSKid wrrJoord working luedMnele a household use, for which wo havo found Stales between thorn. The first to go dewo people. I.tery botU guaranteed. Duly A0 be ?K?a TeTv heaued'afraldf uothlw.M las. how boras aa well sas tfctter. sh.a si H Valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Red Creek, Into operation will be the Illinois Com iwnta. tld hy IVuuy, m r lo! Kentucky sndTudlaiui and baa wou a number of premium. (M woo a whu mui of the bit r aire N. Yj. Mr. Cuyler is one of the leadlns; paoy, with a capital stock of 125,000,' bar ol iweepataae iwuiuuuj TUB BAQtS, SUMO Ot AU. taM. village and ono of the 000. Msawianta -of this Jack at SI to Ioture a Llvlaj Ck. . I noted for IU Vnm sight, clear aud tils m Will Alw Stead a HMO lo this vicinity. 80 are ttuxte persons who u ite pranWaeot Editor Red Creek g Chariot Carman,, wbo killed Kd Long Uuct vision. Bugle Kye Sl voter weak ey. W; Sutherland's sore y of any kind or granulated & Hockor, druKi at MayttsW, got elf with a jail sentence at aid. For tale by S. lids, Bold at I'sHoy's at W cents. r atin" " .n of u daft him a aw aae. Woods, aged 10 lUTMNiHIML NATTER; CltUIICHES AND PREACHEBS. .POiTKS AHP MilTIClAHS. ear."and' Sal- - Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits Taneas-easter'b- y NECKWEAR 28-3- 0. SUiTS MADE TO ORDER: The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Go.,, Telephone A. C.SINK, stan?o:rp,ky: A "Sy 3E:2Sy222S2iE rWell Dressed!lI I et I I 1 well-dress- mm tn1 1 I I 0. I Can Fit You. h. j. M'ROBERTS. n it" I "!1 g.s3gg$sagp bo-ha- lf -- V5iHaiaEaiaaaaiaBaBaBBB HlKsBsiiiiiiiiiiiH 4..I por-po- no ., NABOTH 10,01G. 1 i "ul ttlbe. -- lSO-'i- Times-Democr- office-seek- er Stand at to Insure a Living v n OGDENSBURG 8737. - -- 18- ,. if & Iff bead-quarte- rs j d. ';" r v Wldenor-Elklns-Whltn- hla ,"; m lrut aal , .".. .... Gi Her-Crai- y. M. BAUGHM AN, Stanford. Ky. c ( 1 ya I r" ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Koitoii Br.tiM, of tho Williamsburg Tho lloston Museum, tho oldest play Times, Is not toting fair with Kdllor houso In that city, was destroyed by The ladle still havo llowcrson hand, THE INTERIOR Dycbc, of tho London Kcho. Tho lat- fire yesterday. tho Exchange will bo open ngaln on ter sent him a dollar and asked him to The hoysccd fiscal court of Scott has Saturday afternoon, and they will also writo up his candidacy for railroad had tho town clock at Georgetown take orders fur cut flowers nt any tlmo. A largo assortment of good Wall Pspcrflt le, 5c, Cc, "c and 8c per roll lo telect Stanford. Ky., Ant. 14. 1899 commissioner to that amount, promts changed back to sun time. from at tJic store of Ing that If ho Is elected he will give all On tho 32 counttcs so far passed on by A NOTE from L. M. Westcrllcld at tho republican editors In the district tho board of equalization tho assess- Livingston says lho fishing Is lino In W. P. WALTON. $10 each and get them mora patronaga ments havo been raised 41,100,000. Rockcastle now and that Dr. Dick and than they could shako a stick at. InTho Infant child of James Gnrnclt, Gus Hofmann aro getting mmo mighty Wo nlo hang Wall Paper at 5c prr roll by tho mol competent men and carry cv. Tun trustees of tho House of Ko stead of giving him a blow Hcrll blows who presided over lho Frankfort con nice specimens of tho finny tribe. rry thing In lho form at their meeting at Lexington, at him that he Is tho candidate of n vention, died shortly after ho returned H. F. Horton has sold to Sold Out. Tuesday, received 12 bid and let two clique, which is using him to split the to Columbia. By a purchase Wednesday, Marshall John Baugh his stock of general brick building for tho Institution, ono delegations of tho mountain counties call and nc ut Highland nnd Wcdnesdny Pictures Framed to order on short notlco In latest styles. Give u 70x130 and tho other 65x70 feet, to be in order that Woods may be rcnoml-nite- Field Increased his holdings of down how )oil can save money. built of brick and to bo handsomely It further ndvlses him to with town Chicago property to 20 acre, d moved his family to Now Albany, Ind., Telephone No. 121 No. 30tJ Main St., Danville, Ky. where ho will engage In tho poultry at $21,000,000. constructed throughout, to Clark & draw, tends tho dollar back o Dycho's business. Howard, of Lexington, for $.13,:if0 for starving family and winds up his wall Will Johnson, who shot Pollcemnn both. A couplo of local firms got tho of woo with: ''Why ono editor should Jenkins nt Lexington, and who was Land Sale. M. S. Ilaughman sold plumbing and a Cqlumbus, O , firm tho wrlto such a letter to another editor, later shot by an officer near George- to S. II. Shanks yesterday 71 ncres of addi- Is beyond our comprehension, unless town, died of his injuries. electric work, both costing an his farm niijolnlng thu latter ut $37.50. tional amount of about $3,400, making he Is a fool or takes us for one." Tho At Avllla, Ind., Walter Goodrich, 10, This gives Mr. Shanks about .'00 acres, buildings complete rads seem to be having trouble of their fatally shot his brother, Wallace, nnd which he says ho I going to give to his the total cost of tho nearly $37,000. Theyaro to bo ready own In tho 3d and If It will result in then blow his brains out. Tho broth- son, Will. If he behaves himself. for occupancy Oct. 1. In tho meuntlmo, the election of a democrat wu hope tho ers quarreled over a horso. While Anderson Carr was driving the manual training building which leaders and tho editors may continue Tho British steamer Klngswell, colhas a capacity of 150 boys, Is being their Kilkenny cat fight. lided with the Greek coaster, Maria, his grey maro to a cart lust night she Judging by today's Kcho, Editor oil tho coast of TrlH)ll. Tho Maria reared up and full buck, breaking her rapidly pushed and will bo completed back. Ho will try to suvo her for n July 1. Tho superintendent Is nicely Dycho seems "to have saw" Berll's Sunk nnd 45 persons perished. fixed In a houso on tho farm of 225 little piece. Uo gives tho Ho to his Dr. Nanoy Guilford pleadoJ guilty to broodmare. She was a nice (Illy and acres and baa four juvenllo convicts charges and calls his assailant overy manslaughter at Bridgeport, Conn., and ho had refused $125 for her. assisting In getting the garden la thing but a gentleman. Let dogs do was sentenced to pay n line and to servo The South Eastern Medical Associa 10 years In tho penitentiary. shape. Others will bo nsked for as light to bark and bite, tec. tion will meet hero this morning. Tho needed. Gov. Dradloy was no of Alabama, declares Boon as Germany has got to renounce the hisGov. Johnston, call a special session following doctors arrived lust nlght: tified of tho progress of too buildings willingness to After much preparation wo have to announce that wo are now rrndy for J. H. I.eitz, McWhorter, G. C. Cood-ma- n, of her representative at Samoa or and requested to Issuo proclamation, as acts of tho LerMslature to repeal tho State Welrhburg, J, M Sciilf, Lily, R directed by law, that tho Institution fight this country and England. Ho Is constitutional convention act. II. Lewis, Wtidlc, L. M.Scott, J.lllco. will be ready to receive boys under said to bo rcsonslblo for tho assassinaOliver Winston, colored, of Louisthe age of 13, convicted of any offense, tion of seven American and Ilrltlsh ville, a few hours after murdering Ella THE three National banks In this on and after July 1 and to request cir- sailors by the Matuafans and both gov- Braddock, of whom he was jealous, county have Individual deposits aggrecuit court judges to hold such prisoners ernments aro stirred up over It. Not committed suicide by shooting. gating $.'101,735 .15, every cent of which The collection of mcrchandio Is by all odds the flnet and the Urge! for the reformatory. .The institution i? content with killing tho men from am Is seeking profltablo Investment. How Tho Ncsta cotton mills nt we have ever displayed. The newest fabrics nnd fahloni In turn's and hoy's cletti-inmodeled after tho most Improved of Its bush the savages mutilated their bodies S. C, havo opened with a full force many factory wheels this money could Thu wry latest stylo In vogue In Skirts All the new things kind and will bo a credit to the State afterwards. Great Britain has ordered of Negro laborers, selected principally set in motion If the owners know they in Women's and Men's Furnishings. r. two more warships to the scene and Every wanted stylo In Men and Wttmcn's V when complete. by tho Negro minister of Charleston. could do ro profitably The most recent styles in Men's and Hoy's Hats and are hero for your Gov. Uradley this troops will probably go from New ZeaA letter from A petition has been presented to nnd choosing and at such low prices that it is only necessary for you to SiMtiNO came all of a sudden Tuerdny morning 5ays the luw Is that he shall land whtlo Admiral Kautz Is arming the requested frlendlv natives with guns from tho Goy. Bradley for the pardon of tho tiro and slnco then the buds havo fairly look to buy. not make tho proclamation insuranco companies that have been shot out. Tho sugar maples arc nearly until the houses are ready for oc:upan- - American and British warships. fined for violation of tho untl-trugreen in follago and the hills aro being I'lCTCKESof Mrs. George, who is on law. carpeted in richest green. Threo days - trlal u ruAN indictment ior onucry t Canton( 0i ,or lho murUeP of Cnpt. W. tt. Day, postmastornt North of sunshine with tho mercury In the s0s turned against Charles fc.. faommers, 01 Mm McKlnley's brother, who led hor End, O. T., was found dead In the did It. This morning it Is cloudy and Ellzabethtown, for nis auegeu eiiortio astray and then gave her tho cold shake, llrocaded Dress Good that are really Handsome 'lino of Cre in Serges in with his throat cut. The safe was rain threatened. worth 20V, our price l.'Jc in lllne, lttaca Nov Blue nnd llluck Henrietta and secure the Tnvlor county proxy from show her to be a very handsome wo- blown open and several thousand dol-laIs llkoly to make tho and llrowii, Garnett Graves, so as to vote It against man. A sweet expression and the largo The small-po- x stolen. Serge for Milling, four colors, the McChord, during the lato convention bird wings on her hat give her tho See our lino of ', SJ, 10 nnd 12Jc I'er Collins and Mrs. Ann Ingersoll, county go broke. It is said that Dr. John . at Frankfort. On hearing that It had more of an angel than a fiend who abducted Gerald Saplnor In Chica- Edmlstons bill for nttondlng the Wal- biggest value ever offered for 12c per yd. calcs. 1 I'rocmlitio for Drossc only 23c r A big lino of Orgnndhw, Piques, I Hi, been found, Mr Sommers, accompanied Incarnate, though sho may furnish ad go, havo bceu released on bonds of nut Flat Negroes will bo over $1,000, by his brother, Editor H. A. Sommers, dltlonal proof of the charge that hell $10,000 each and aro now in u dime mu- Dr. Bailey's Is moro than $300 and now yard, throe rotors Utile, Itlack and Ilrown itles, Spring Ginghams, Grvon ami IHiw Denim, Covert Colli in (Iirori, Tan Dr. Pettus can draw as much as $20 a Silk to match for trimming. went to Frankfort and gave himself up, hath no fury like a woman scorned. seum in that city. Lndles Dress Skirts, Blue, Illaikandall and Illue. when he was allowed ball In 8500, , Just before he died John Brosnahun, day. Free turnpikes and small Hx Senatou Quay Is a pretty busy man of Kansas City, asked that his son who coming nt tho same time is bound to o dors In Norclty goods only l!c. Gen. Fayette Hewlttbccomlng Shirt Waist Silk, I'lald Mile, like, llrocaded Dross Sk I rtt only 51 25. his bondsman. The trial was bet for these days. At Harrlsburg, I'a., he Is fatally shot him bo neither blamed nor bankrupt us. Green and l!ron iic. . I.ndirs Dret Skirts In borne, all wool. April 20 and Sommers has gotten Sena- trying his best to break Into the Sen prosecuted und Insisted that the youth Pink, While, "llluc. Bed and ll.aek Taf. Assaulted While wulting for a only MI'S In llliie and Itlack. fetn, Satin in itlack, Ceiee, Ac. tor Blackburn to represent hlra. Many ate again and at Philadelphia ho Is had shot In Rowland, Joseph DcBord, of train at All wool Mack L'reimn Dress Skirt lawyers hold that the Indictment Is not making strenuous efforts to keen out of New lino of llelt, Ihhlxms, Veiling A. S. Colyar, Jr., of Nashville, is un good, even If the charge 3 can be prov- tho penitentiary. Tho chances at pres- der arrest In New York on a charge of Garrard, was hurt tho other night. He only2M. and MoiisAelines. had sturted down to the Shelton Hotel, Don't fail to look at our line ot licit ed, as the law agatnst bribery in such ent seem to bo that he will fall in tho In a conspiracy to remove matters holds good only In primary and former and win In tho latter. It will from tho State tho principal witness when two men, suposcd to bo tramps, lliickles. Neck I'm, Friendship heart. grabbed him. He was hit in tho face Cyrano Chains, Shirt Waist Sols, Ileaiily final elections, and not in conventions. bo remembered that ho Is on trial for a against Roland B. Mollueaux. with a slug shot und would probably I'nis and l'omadour Combs. misappropriation of tho pubtlo funds. known Tho Wilson parole bill, better havo been killed had not a Negro yell While it is indicting, what Is the The double issue of tho Elkton Prog-res- s as the Younger brothers' bill, has been ed at tho men and put them to flight. matter with the Franklin grand jury l-2- c of the 11th was emphatically a can killed beyond resurrection In tho Min- Mr. DeBord thinks they wero nftcrhls bringing In a true bill against T. F. dldato's number, nearly every aspirant nesota Houso and tho Youngers will money. Pllcher? It is stated that In a deal with . In prison as they should. McChord, whereby he Is to get the sec for a State olllce, with his plcturo and remuln It seems the Irony of fnto that Brod-hea- d views being represented. If thero Is Frank MeAllster, un Indianapolis of the railroad commission, retaryship should have three esses of smallA big line of New Carpets at 10c to 50c per yard. rs boy, died of excessive cigarette smokIlrlng your eggs, will Pllcher withdrew from the contest In any appreciation among W Ju pox. During the scare hero sho quarhighest market price. his favor. If this Is true, it Is bribery they ought to set 'em up nicely for ing. He had smoked since he wasolght antined against Stanford und kept years old and was never without a cigof a more reprehensible nature than Bro. Gaines. guards out to stop trains to seo that no that charged to Sommers. Besides the Admiral Dewey says ho is a sailor arette In his mouth, night or day. The scarcity of barrels will seriously person from here got off tho train. Ono consideration Is ten times as great and and therefore not a politician. Most day us thu guards were going through the punishment ought to be In propor- politicians, however, ought to be sail- cripple a number of distilleries In this the oars they came across u man from owners of which aro eagerly tion. Let no guilty man escape Com- ors. They all tako a voyago up Salt State, the searching for coopers. The fanilno here moro noted for his brains than for monwealth's Attorney Franklin, but River sooner or later. T.I). HANKY, Manager will greatly curtail the output of whis- his piety. 'You can't get off ut make "trouble In do Ian"' for every ono of them said to him. "What THE Kentucky Press Association ky this season. son-ofgun, who attempts to thwart any man would want to get ltranch stores nt Kliiahrthlown, Elkton, Owenstioro. ha'hvvllle, Versillles Kml Seventeen jwrsons committed sulcldo In lho h the will of tho people bv bribes of mon- will meet at Henderson July 11 and go ey or olllce. In Paris Sunday, noarly overyono be- off there, for I can't understand. You nence, llardstuwn, Hiipkinsville, Madisiinvilte. MuufordsTllln. Clsrksrlll, Teim. to Petoskey, Mich. ing Impelled by poertv. Quarterday couldn't pay me to do so," was his reBecause Ambassador Choato pays BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. found tho unfortunates unable to pay sponse. n. $12,000 a year for a houso and spends their rent, and In desperation they re SMALL-PoThero aro three Louis Marx, of Louisville, killed much raoro than bis salary of $17,500 sorted to suicide. cases of mall-put Crab because ho could not sleep. efforts have begun to havo the salaries Mrs. Richard Harris, of Alexandria, Orchard, Galen Rogurs, mentioned A French doctor claims to have disof such officers increased, but it is bop-eVa. locked her two llttlo children In Tuesduy, Joe McGco und Young Con The balmy brecies of Spring that it will not be done. The amount covered a certain cuio for cancer. thu houso rind went to a sowing socie dor. Judge Bailey rented u houso mind you that there is nothing liC oJ. W. Garrett's stock barn, ut Garpaid them now is largely out of protior-tlo- n ty. When sho returned tho houso was from Mrs. M. A. Singleton ut $25, with of our convenient to tho value of their services and if rett's Station, burned. Loss, $2,000. woro charred privilege of buying it for $75 at the ex Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Hiram Coillns was urrested at Lex- In ushos and her children on airs, they can doso hey want to put boyond recognition. piration of tho first month if he desires, a. murder committed lSyears ington for Traps or Buckboards at their own exene. ' Near Lafayette, Christian county, In and the patients were placed In It. Dr a;o. Jamus Clark, who had been u Mason a fight botweon William Freeman and J. D. Pettus was engaged ut $10 a duy To enjoy the bounties of Spring timo In, Gen. IIAUDIN gives a new and only with III up romfort reuxjri for his defeat in 1MO in nearly since 1820, is dead ut Qulney, III. Ho his son on ono side, and W. A. Dills and for thu three casus and $3 for each ad- style, riie, purchasingand when one of nur lino R. T. Dills, brothers, oil tho other, one ditional case, his whole bill not to said that tho was born in 170U. every speech. T First he d and cnrriKos. platform endorsement of Clovolund did The Southern railway has paid $00,-0- of tho Dills boys was klUed und the $20 a day. Tho same nurse who & It, then again that he was olected but for a dcxt und olllcu building slto other mortally wounded. uttended Sowdor, Is with them. Dr. B. K. Tho county levy of Fayette was fixed Bailey Is to say when Pettus' services counted out uud ugain that ho sacrificed at Birmingham, Alu. Coiirt-HouOpp. Stanford, Ivy. By thu uxploslun of u saw mill bolter at I3J cents in the county and 12 In uro no longer needed. Tho expanse himself on lho altar of free silver. Ills obstinacy also sacrificed tho democratic in Owen county, Bunch Likens und Lexington. Tho county judgo was al- uro to bo divided between Crub Orch-urlowed $1,600 und the attorney 81,200, party, which will, wo hope, steer elear James Lynn were killed. und thu county. Morton Splcer, 23, committed rupoon tho superintendent of schools $1,100 und of nominating him aguln. $15,000. IT was u surprise to most of tho wlfo of Dick Hosier, u neighbor, In tho county treasurer $1,000. As Col. A. W. Hamilton is tho only Franklin county, and lied. Will Tutt, tho Negro wlfo murderer, us lo learn that tho damugo 6ultof J. J. And you need a nice vehicle. I can furnish you for very Utile mumy democratic candidate for railroad comIowa has u greater number of banks was hunged at Mayfiold yesterday. Ho Mooro ugalnst tho Daovlllo & Stanford a missioner in the 3rd district, which is than any other Stato in tho Union and refused to seo a preacher till half an plko has resulted In a verdict of 15,000 largely republican, there will hardly bo hasn't a dollar of public debt. hour before tho execution and then sent for tho plaintiff, as Judgo Jones, of tho either a halcyon or voclfeious time lit rroctor Knott, not tuo for threo. On tho scaffold ha broko Casoy circuit court, before whom tho Or almost any thing on wheels. Come In and let me show you. Have just rviolved tho convention to nomlnato u candidate but a town named for him, near Du completely down and could not articu- case was tried, had given the plko comat Winchester on tho 20th. Thero will luth, Minn., was burned Tuesduy, pany another hearing because of tho iar-Loa- a late 01 at least bo no reason for tho presence Charles C. Moore, of Lexington, and excessive verdict S17.000 at Its first An American company secured aeon of bribes. of givers or takers tract, over urmsn uuiiuers to nulla live former editor of tho Blue Grass Blade, trial In August of last yoar. Motion for Is now on the editorial staff of the Ohio u new hearing was made and If It Is not Don't you need one? Full supply of Corn Planters, Drills, Disc Harrows, Plows, with Spain hav- locomotives for a railroad In Wulus. Peaceful relations Tho Georgia monuments ut Chlcka Penitentiary News. In tho Faster granted, which Is likely It will not be, 4c, cheaper than ever known. ing been resumed, tho Hon. Bellamy of tho News his signature, the case will bo taken to tho court of Storcr, of Cincinnati, now minister to muugu will bo dedicated Muy 4. Gov, number 31,408," shovvH up at tho n appeals. It will be remembered that a "Mooro, represent tho U. S. gov- Bradley und stuffjhavo been invited. Belgium, will daughter of Mr. Mooro was fatully inof hull tho articles In tho paper. Mrs. Sarah Johnson, u Philadelphia ernment there. MuKlnley will doubtjured while going through tho guto OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOonnn less seo that no man who bulls him a willow wuo was crazy drunk, started u B. F. Bl.AICKMAN, who used to leach near Dunvillo while tho soldiers were u "pollllcustro," uvoti if that may bo his bonfire aud Jumped Into It, fatally burno O ing hursull. here, has been Indicted for "conspira- there und that ho sued fur $25,000. o opinion, shall represent Spain In this O President McKlnloy Is preparing to cy" In tho Cheatham blackmail cuse, In o country. The Olh State C. B. convention will O throw open to settlement 200,000 acres Louisville. Ho was arrested und plueed o 10 to 21, o Hauuink chances, never very rosy, of Olympic forestry rosonu In Wash- In jail under $1,000 Dond. Ho says ho be held ut Mudlsonvllle, May o a ,blg program. Tho railroads o havo gono glimmering now. A Hen- ington Statu. o Is simply a witness und denies ull with o will give low rutes. Four men wore killed uud six serious- charges. All tho same, however, ho o derson luwyor Introduced him to un o o uudlcncu thero us tho modern Henry of ly injured by thu collapsu of u tempo- wus Indicted with three othurs for o rary bridge over tho Hurlem river. All o Navarre. No candidato can stand such were workmen. orlmlnul conspiracy. Mrs. Hoovorsov-ora- l o o u charge as that, IContucklans do not o weeks ugo entered suit ugulnst Neighbors of Milium o tuku to peoplo who show tho wiiltu Doorilold, O., tarred und Klnnemun, of o feuthered him Cheatham for $10,000, charging that ho o feather In uny way. o In Older lo Make Jtoom Tir Spring Styles, because of htu relations with u woman had ussaultud criminally her 15 year AT HUSTONVILLE. o o lu that locality. old daughter, Nora Summers. Cheut-hao Knrroit Sommkhh says tils brother, o William Wilson, u farmer living was On Frliij ani Situriiy, April li and 15, o denied this and charged that it Charles, U not guilty of bribery us near ortU Vernon, Ind.. fell deud o money from o charged and ak his newpuwr friends while acting as a o ut tho part of the schema to exact My fcUwk of millinery will Imi opuu for Ino to suspend judgment till lho facts aro burial of a neighbor, who was born tho him, und stated that Davis uud Blake-ma- n spection by the. public. Every ouo Invited. o l day ho was. given In court. MlbS M. 6, LOQAN, Uustouvlllv, Ky. had offered to hu.h it up for $500. OO OOOO OOO OOOOOO Just Think Of It. - A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. ! d. vnl-ue- Stop, Read, Think Louisville Store ! g. The SPRING TRADE renJy-tuadedrloot-wea- r5 st DKESS GOODS. 6-- 1 i)- -1 7-- 1 rs -- lti self-defen- se. enc-auin- 40 NewJPieces of Matting, 25c per Yard. 12 office-seeke- The Louisville Store. Hrod-head- ," ' -- -a 1 x x When Good Weather Comes tiimirr -t wvll-mad- u 00 Wearen Son, d SPRINGISNOWHERE Mowers. Bugrgy, Surrey, Buckboard, Cart, a iviouormioK .Binders And hot-tor- W. A. CARSON'S. STANFORD Wall Paper AT COST. Millinery Opening m pall-bcar- W. B. McROBBRTS. il If 00000 ooooooo oooooo ooo 1 ' " ft' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. 3 Stohi: room on Main, Street for rent. W. P. Walton. Arc, - Ai-k- , 14, 1899 MANAnr.it. 00 Sekii sweet potatoes, hill onion sets, at Illelns Si McKlnncy's. A NICK A Rending, Tearing, Mutila- Wk havo liny, millet and straw In record of more than 00,-0- abundance. J. II. Haughman St Co, Wi: have correctly filled prescriptions. Don't Fitr.su llowers Just received by tho you think that entitles us to your conPresbyterian Indies In fino varieties. fidence? Penny's Drug Storo 11 0. Walton, JIusimixa eoltago for sale very cheap. Call on J. S. Flushes. five-roo- ... tion of Prices. MONDAY, APRIL ... 17th, h county 0. on this date or any date come Suits for f7.M; 115 and flO.no Suits Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods. come In and see othcis buy: court day In Dnnvillo If and tee our $10 and f 12 Also full line of Hats, If you want nothing yourself, Danville, : Kentucky. -- - Item Wash Goods. ' i Hundreds of tureen. Different from ones you mo nt lioine. Genuine Scotch Gingham nml Madras cloths in licniitifiil lino of colors anil design nt 18, 20, Fanrv linens for wait in stripes, eheeks 2ft ni..l 40c, sum to wonh well. " colors at llcst fceersucker Ciiiighuiin in ami solid colors nt .'lOo yard, Kocchlin ami Knmpmaii'H finest printed Organdie at '25e, J Jest 1'JJc. CkntiikCom.bhk will have III in ,f uno including Geo. Howard Dimities USc. Printed Linen Innii at L'.le. Printtnl Irish Linens, Ilruco and James T. Hacklcv. Printed Piipic at l'JJe, lfie ami up. ynnl wide, h(k I AIT. J. 11. DOl'ULAHS. of Jellico, down to Lebanon Tuesday to at- piif.-tci.il a meeting of his commandcrv. MKSDAMKS LOf SHANKS, T. A. P.ico and Misses Fannie and Annie Shanks went to Louisville Wednesday. Hon. L1rrv11r.it Owm.ky left Monday for Hendersonvllle, N. C, to see his mother, brother Will, and another fair ono now visiting that place. Lancaster from l'JJe to SI; Swiss Uecord. wo have Organdie For Cotninciieomnt Dre-s- o Wk unintentionally omittod the namo o De Siie fiOc; India Mull from 'J!)c to ".le; Rttito lfo to f0e; of Miss MaryCarpenter,of Hustonvlllu, Kwrything needed in Iace and ICib. Diuiltios, Ac. Liueiw, Linun in our mention ot thcChristlan Kndoav-o- r kind" of Plain, Stripe, Check, Figured and Uins to trim tliein Twenty-livmeeting. Her recitation was one of Ijico, all white Pique from lifjo to fiOc ynnl; All over Kinhroiderie. Tuck- the features of tho evening. Mils. J. IJ. HrrKJIANand Miss L'DIo ing and I'oveorinp' for Yokes and waists from 10c to S I ynnl; Special vnl-nIn Cincinnati visiting Dr. in Iri-- h Point Iuertion nt fie to Hoe yard; White Dimities at l'JJe and HutTman nro J. H. Hullman, Jr.. who graduated 17e, worth 6c nrd more. o there last nluht from the Clnclnatl of Pentlstrv. Lc.xlncton Herald. ... iNl Nkw barrel of strictly pure N. O. Show, Hats, Ac., molasses, open kettle, at Hltrplns A: Mns. W. T. Smith Is i,ulto sick. McKlnncy's. No. 309 West Main St., DANVILLP, KY. . visiting In Mits. T. L. SHKI.TOK IIOAldiKltfl wanted, by day, week or Louisville. month. Good accommodations at reaJOK II A 11 DIN', of Corbln, was hero sonable prices. Mrs. Joseph ColTcy, yesterday. Hustonvlllc, oppoilto St. Asaph Hotel. Miss Saiiaii Cuutis, of spent several days with friends here. A. II. Koijkktson .t Co., tho M It. Jones, of Kldds Store, wns dry troods men, eorao to the front hero Tuesday to meet his brother, W. with nnothcr "ad" this Issue, which .Have. ' you should by nil means read. !I. Junes, of Wlldle. . Mils. SamUKI. Sai.tkk. who has been TilR warm weather of the last few vUltlnir Mrs. M. F. F.lkln. returned to days has put tho. gardeners to work Lebanon yesterday. WlI.l.IAM W, Kl.KIN Is the last of whilo tho farmers hnvo gotten in every Cant. Penny's company tu arrive. Ho hour x)sslble with thulr plows. camu In last night. TliK delinquent list appears again Miss VniHiNiA WAWtr.N aecompan and that property bought by thocounty They will sell you the right kind of TL'ItXING PLOW and tho best of FLItTILI- led her father to Louisville and return and Stato will bo sold over May ZKltS. See them before buying court cd Wednesday night. day. A comparatively new law requir !U:V' - w- - I'k""V.mas, olMIMl ing tho county clerk's oath was overboro, was hero yesterday on his way looked before, making a second adver- )cl ,,alnl to ccturc. tising ncccsary. grad-iiat- es PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. 1 Dan-vlllo ROWLAND St CO., BEAZLET & CUTER m Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. nl White o Gooods. Mou-olin- opening of spring and summer millinery will occur Friday and Satur day, 14 and 15, when I will show the We have just opened 20 pieces of Fine French Ginghams. They are the Corded best and most curufully selected lino of Novelties and all beauties. Come now and get pick of the lot. tho Intcst and most fashionable goods to bo had on thu market. Come and seo them. Miss Llcclo Hcazlcy. MY NEW GOODS T corao to Mr. Isaacs Hamilton that Lebanon Junction is to be abandoned as n division terminal and South Louisville used Instead. In that event he thinks thas Itowland stands a chance to bo a terminal ngaln. Ho sajs he will give tho railroad fJOO to resurrect the town and knows sever-u- l others who will do likewise. A sthaigiit tip has KID GLOVES. FANCY HOSIERY. Another lot of Ladies' Fine Kid Gloves in White, Cream and Ilutter Color. A big aosottment In Silk Finish Lisle with drop stitch, fancy stripes, 1'laid, Ae. o SUMMERUINDERWEAR JOHN Uauoh, son of D. A. Daugh, of this county, wus pardoned by tho governor of a jail sentence for carrying concealed wcuions, found against him 10 days ago. He had trouble with Jas. Florence and shot at. him when they met. The pardon was granted because lOCAfHAPPENiNGST ho was not glcn to carrying arms and Sr.r.tho biscuit machines at HijjKins thnt It was only to protect his life that & McKlnncy's. he bad a pistol on this occasion Col-lepmm Our Shoes ore all made to order by the best faclorles known. The stock is f nil patterns, many new things in Oxford". of up Iteincmbcr wo sell the Itoyal Worcester Corets. "The Dowager" for Stout fignrea can't he equaled. Leico Curtains. They are all in ami not nn old Curtain in our stock, all this Spring's styles. them and gel our prices Can save you money. See . m following from tho Louisville Commercial shows that the doctor who Special 1(K) dozen Lidic purelilenelied el with tajied neck and sleeve?, used to live here, has a long trip before quality which co-t- s you "two for a ipinrur" everywhere - tluw are "Ac, Foil UKNT. Cottage at water works. him: Dr. John Mason Williams, who Completo line of Vests, Pants and IVton Suits frun 10c up, and value-- ' are Cheap. Win. Stone. served as sanitary Inspector in Cuba, such as you cannot cpml. Two residences on Main Street for has been ordered to tho Philippines. On his return from Cuba some weeks sale. Apply at this otllce. . ago, Dr. Williams resigned. His reW. It McKoiikkts Is sole agent for signation was not accepted and he was Landreth's garden seeds. ordered to the Philippines. Ho will is leave immediately for San Francisco, Tin: front of John 1. Jones' store where he will embark. Improved to 40c Per hundred. liaughman .t Co. Hay. 30 J. II. I'm: JOHN P. JONES. Shirtwaists. h, &k'2al I Parasols, Umbrellas i K being wlthtiamt. A- Gknti.i:mi:S, did you look at SeverThe finest line of high gntdo Vah Vnil ever shown in a "null place. Spring trousers? quality ance & Sons new Kvcry one N perfect in style, lini-Prices nitigc fmm SI to S1..0. we Loo's WantkI). Walnut, cherry, and fit. lie sure to K-- these, you cannot copy them. .In Silk Wai-t- s and hlukory. A. C. fine avsirtiiiriit of 'JO styles in llhick, White and Colors from S! to oak, poplar, ash shown Slno. i SIS nil are crfect fitting- Wo hao everything GKNTI.i:Mt".N. In underwear i"e to 1. Seerunco .t Sons. Farmers, who havo been S.SAKHS. plowing, tell us they nuvcr saw the like of stiukos. mm SEPARATE SKIRTS. TltK gnmd lodge of Knights of Honor In session nt Loulsvlllu elected J. T. Funk dictator to succeed A. Otlutt, of A. A. Warren represented Lebanon. the Stanford lodgu and he was mtido chairman of tho committee on charters. There are 112 lodges in good standing In Kentucky with 1,1:11 members. During the two years slneo hut report 1J member havo died. They paid Into tho treasury $S0,DJ2."4 and their heirs got WI.'i.OOO. A. Miller, of Junction City, win elected grand guide and Mr. Warren grand sentinel. Moi.lN'i: and Tiger check rower corn Tho tees of State oftleors wore reduced, & planters, best made, at Hlggins delogaiOR1 mileage cut from I to II cents o und tho per capita U. raised from tnilnMiindo and with a "Iisiiik" which iju-- t riht and alino-- t All ttrietly Out Ladles' Oxfords aro up to date to$l. never hvii in homo made skirt-- . Our Luidcrs an Chexints which we show In slle and wearing inmlltlus. Sovor- Fkw entertainment have been given in many style of plain ami trimmed Irom SI to SI J. 15. t of all material ance .V Sons. ul Walton's Opera House that were f.irnsiiiitWni-- t Skirt. WAXTltl).---Highe- st market price for more thoioughly enjoyed than tho reci fresh, yellow Mutter, Kggs, Mual, Sen. tal Tuesday uvening of Miss Xannette by Mrs. Mary Camilla Heath, Warren .V Shanks. (iarrard Heiuley. As an elocutionist Foit drunkenness utid disorderly con- Miss Heath Is very superior as the sevduct, Habo Hansford, colored, caught eral dltllcult numboi s rendered evinced, a $0 tine In Judge Ciueii' court Wed- while us a vocalUt she is splendid. Mrs. nesday. ltcuiley Is a virtuoso at tbu piano and I iiavi: all tho new styles of fashion is as much at homo in solo as In accomTako a look: try on one and gut tho ptico you aro sure to bo plea-e- d a plates. Will bo glad to huvo you cull. paniment. Thoy give a charming en1 rices Mrs. V. Geor, over Mrs. Kate Dudde-rur- 's tertainment und fully deserved the prohave hosts ofnthurx. Uvun the cheapest have coats all silk lincil. longed applause thoy received after millinery store. range from 810 to S10. Col- - each number. A fulrly good crowd was DON'T fall to hear tho Centre lego Gleo Club at tho Presbyterlun present ana wiuie tho rresoyicrian Go ladle did not realto a largo amount church at Hustonvlllo they havo thu thanks of those who atand help a good cause. tended for being Instrumental In giving Opening of our mil thorn uu uvening of genuine pleasure. HUSTONVH.I.K. llnery season for 18UU, Friday and Sat- Tho tago was tastily decorated with urday, April 11 and lfi. Correct styles, llowers, Ac. .. Wo lead. Charles Whculer. Tub Useal court met Wednesday and occasion wo have or U tho largest in Central Ky. Whatever the Wi: have added to our lino of Co por- - after u discussion of tho matter decided tho silksj to miit. Satins, Tali'ctas, Peau Do Soie, CreKi Dti Cheno, Liberty, cales, tlno shirting and dress Madras that It would try tho suervlsor plan Nengalincs, Chillons, Ac., in white, black ami solid colors. It is best to cloth that sells for ISic.Thoy uro worth for turnpikes a year at least, if thu tell us as near riding 10 miles to get. Sovernnco & proper person can bo employed at a ..,... .....1 (.i. ili..r but if von can't then write for samples Sons. reasonable salary, and Judgo lUlloy, as you can what you want. Goubol, Squlro Colloy und Attorney Helm were Gokiiki.. Senator William seo what u good nun could democratic cundlduto for governor, will uppolntod to report. It seems to bo sH;ak at the court houso here county bo had for uud largu crowd tho general desire that Dr. Clifton court day, May 8th. A Fowler be chosui and ho can huvo the will likely greet lilui. plaeo If ho will accept It. The reasonFoil TitlAt.. Jailer John Do.lor, of able salary, wo learn, Is agreed to bo Harbourvlllo, camo down Tuesday und somewhere In tho neighborhood of iOOO took back with him Thomas und Deo a year. County Clerk G. H. Cooper und Hakur to bo tried for thu murder of tho attorney wore upiwlnted a commitSheriff White, of Clay county. tee to buy tools for working tho eounty , iuui-- ihuiui, 1'O.uls, bucn as surupurs, Dlt. W. D. TAKUIP, of Stanford, made plows, picks, &o. Tho sale of tho Husthu ulumnl address beforo tho graduat tonvlllo pike near Stanford ing class of four In tho LoQlavlllo Na- fortlOOtoJ.F. Cash and F. Held wus colo-owhich ....nH-.ntional Medical College, uml thu court, adiourncd to U said to havo been a most creditable convene on call of Judge Hulloy. one. Wo aro showing some beautiful designs in Parasols trimmed and untrlmmcd from f 1 to 35, Our ine of Umbrella", embracing all the New material and handles, 60c to $1 m WASH GOODS. We have a large assortment of Piques, Ginghams, ' ras Cloths. Organdies and Launs in cord effects, Percales, Mad- KID GLOVES, All Color-- i and White and Black at II and 81.50. HOSIERY ! i Wo fe the best 25c Illack Cotton hose you ever stitch Lis e hose nt 25c. 1 w, aNo fine drop SEVERANCE srLery & SONS. body Lnowr the I)oiiglas Sliovsl&l Tailor Suits. OUR E&:fr:as&tg& BUY THE t. SILK : STOCK puro . And You Will Make No Mistake. For Salo by Oliver Plow -- CHILLED- m m The Best In The World. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ... MR i. EYES ! Will bt Accurately Tested And Fitted Danville, Kentucky. toll-bou- so d, simmmtmsmmmmms CR AIG&lHOCKER'S Lowest Price. Work Guaranteed. H. UND AND STOCK. ' sT", V i ' ial mules for sale.' C. Plain and rahloimlde fewlnr. Outline; anrl T. Uohon, Htistonvlllo. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Walrr Wotksni. IHit'au", clc- Killing a A Administrator of.M. N ulis A lamb, with n human head, was rcnavsl, I will mi 3Ptt'bUto.d.'ra4.3r sua.4 S"rlds.v-- i rfv AT STANFORD born near Valparaiso, Ind. In the State of Kentucky, at the close ef business TlitirfHlny, May D. C. Allen sold in Cincinnati a car il PJCIl YJBAK IK ADVANCM Arll Sth, ISM. load of hogs al.'li to ,1.85. At Ms lalo rrolilenrt In Lincoln county, RESOURCES. K v . HI at nulillcfltiterr llm iwronal nrsip- N. V. Tucker bought of J. A. Wood aV When not m paid ma. EO will ehanred. .. eny or which iioiiipii ixwi"u. ronsisnua; Will Im at TIIK WKATllKIiroliP IIOTKU 14 Loam and discounts ......flsl cattle at lie. irineipaiiy or III 8TONVM.I.K two weks Iritlnnliiir 4,1ml III May Hempstead won tho Tonncssco Overdrafts, secured and unsecured-.- .. MT. VERNON. anil 3 yearlln I'otir Mares. S U. S. Ponds to secure Circulation ...... M.i'iO (W . Mill.-.1 nerd work Mulo. 3 Jenuls. 3 Mil Oaks at Memphis Wcdnesdny. MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1800. II. S. lion J, on hand .. (lows aniH'nhes, J llnxnl Hows, rarrolng Fred Kreujfcr' llmo kiln U now In Ilcarley Bros, bought of Silas Antlor- - Premium on f. S. Ilonds I4T 8 I'tcntlls, llottselmlil ami Kitchen I urnl- blast. full I0IVHO4 . son a lot of corn at $1.55 nt tho crib. Slocks, securities, etc liltnrrt. alHiiit 200 Imrndsnf Corn In crlli, A Bister of Saulro Hcrron died nenr n lot of fund Meat, Ac. CKO 0) furniture and futures, Palo red cow, white spots and deUrodhcad last week. l,iTl 00 Ilctweeu the hours of I) a m , nnd 4 r i., eatateaad mortfates owned real Tritsie. ?utnsof ?I0 anil under rash In horned, left a week ago. F. V, Illshop, Other from National Danks, not Re- A llttlo daughter of Dick Sowder fell Due at tlio couit hous tluor In Stanford, Lin- hand, nsrMhntnmount.t litre month credand broke her arm while- leading a Hubble. .. 'ATM II coln county, Ky., I will expose to the it) Rood tintes with per rent Interest from sele Ajsnls,. ...,. iliito will Im reiiilrrd horso to water. M (M Georgo T. Wood sold to Allon Kdc-ll- Due from State (tanks and Hankers., V. I. Ilnrin, Ailmr hi hnnd to psy highest bidder for 99,311 M Dr. J. M. Williams camo oat Monday Due from approrcd reserve agents of Mercer, 20 steers at At the same lime, as agent for the heirs the State and County Taxes for the years 1 210 HI Checks and other cash Items.... to say goodbye to the homcfolks before 41c and $1 per head. I will offer for sale at . II MJ 00 shown oposlte the names, the follow ing of.M.N. Del'iiuw, Notes of other Nat. Pinks..... startlnc to the Philippines. public outcry hl farm of 130 acres of Iniiil I bavo four good jacks ready for sor- - Fractional paper currency, nickels and Tho Infant of Jack Hansel, which has property, or o much tlicrrol as may lie In Lincoln ttmnlv anil 30 acres of Improved .7.. I 31 Terms centi.. had an obstruction In tho throat for two vlco lhat I will sell, trade-- or farm out necessary til pay said taxes. This lint Knob land on While Oak Creek ,Mt 01 . Specie .. mnde known on dar of sale vrccks, coughed up a bean ccentiyanu J. y. Givcns, McKlnnoy. will bo published mire a week for four V. I' On ims. Agent . Legal tenJer notes. S.O'.'I m lii KB 01 was Immediately roiiovcu. W. C. Whltnoy gavo 5,000 for tho Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer weeks and the names will disappear a Tho people are anxious to hear tho famous brood marc, Hypocrite, by 3,IM in) percent, Aoun as the tax and cost aro paid. Cost decision of the Presbytery In reeard to Longfollow. She Is the dam of 'Admi- Due 3from U. S. of circulation...than S per Treas'r, other of aihcrlislng II 60. tho school. Tho Christian church Is . ... cent dcdemptlou fund ten candidate for the Lenlslature. subject strong enough to establish a school ration and othor good ones. to the action ot Hie tirttiocrniic party. Baron Hcyl, of Germany, bought of Total successfully If tho decision Is not STANKOKl) DIST. NO, 1. hero l .... satisfactory. Thrro is no part ot our business which Shelby Harbison, of Lexington, a pair LIAIIILI1IES. M. ... J 00,1 1 00 Okcof, Mike 1 lot.-WHITE It is said that tho people of Brodhead of elegant driving horses for $1,500. Capital stock. ...... .. 65 t"i ...... Surplus fund... againt tho world. They will be his ramHdnrr for re.elecllon to does not receive Its full lis re of attention Announces havo quarantined shipped to Berlin. Burn.', Martha lira. 30 acres -- . 0 70 UndirlJed profits, less eapesscs and the office of ltrnresentntlve from the county and the Three cases of small pox aro reported stock! of A government statistician says that -- . t.MI 31 Carrier, Mary A. 1 cro Uses paid 2 2.1 of Lincoln, subject lo the action of the peaceful town. Among nufrom that 72,1 V) W merous remedies cream of tartar Is said winter wheat Is below tho average, National Hank Notes outstanding...... nwA Menefee 2 acres Hollzc 1.16 DHWGS (a to be tho best., while the loss of farm stock by reason Due to other'Natlonil Banks. ............ S.v.1 21 Murphy, John 3 acrra 9M MJCDtOINICH VIS'I), 619 will preach at tho Chris- of weather conditions was greater tho Due to State Danks and Ilankcrs..... Dro. Mills TOIhKT CJOOJ3W Lair, 11. C 76 acres 2.70 119, J1 3 Individual deposits subject to check next Sunday. Tho church past winter than for many years. tian church ...... Notes and hills redixounted 2 00 O.lear, Thoa. 31 acres Notice Is herein elren to all nersons lis.v- v carry aro not surpassed by any in the is prospering under his care. Wo learn ..... 13.0H .1 Perkins, Sim 51 acres bM A freak of naturo was born on tho Ieniand certlOrstrsofdcio.lt (1.06 InBClnlmsnalnst Ihe Hlanfonl. Hit Hirer. that Hro. I. M. Boswell, who accom12 ,V) .V While Oak Turnpike city. plished so much good here last year, Is farm of Newt. Nickell, near Ezol, In Liabilities other than those above stated .1.86 Oarrarsl county Slratton, m. G3 acres lUMU "Jomiuinv. not iiereiornro tiresrnteu succeeding well In his new field of labor Wolfe county, ono day last week. It Total. .. tl2i.AMl Spoonnmore, K S Our Prescription Department, howercr, H acrci - 3 85 rfrid rHssMHl Uwn hv the Ikiartl of Hirsvtors in Meridian, Miss. STATE OF KENTUCKY. ) was a calf without eyes or tall, though of srsld ComMny, to pre'nt sutue to me RTAN'rOHIl COU1RKH. f Cnuntv of Lincoln. Wo notice In the Christian Standard developed In all other respects. pni)srlv prtiteii on or tiefnre .aturdiy, is conshlcrcd Ihe most imortaiil and Hie I, John J McKoberts, cashier of above named Woo.!-- , Shelby (N. K.) 4 acres M April :7th, I tow that the "Congress of Disciples of Tho descriptions and pedigrees of n,nk. do solemnly swear lhat the above state utmost care Is exercised in compounding W II TKAYLOK President ment Is true to the best of m; knowledge and be. Gooch, William 30 acre - 1.S0 Christ" will meet In Su Louis, April JOHN J McKOULK IS, Cashier 7. here? Hon. B. B. King's jacks, Hero and hef. J. J. Haley, Carson, l'c.vlly (N. It ) 1 lot. . . ... .30 and filling orders. Subscribed andsxorn to before me this 13ih day Is essayist for Wednesday, subject, Jumbo, appear In this issue. Read Lacley, William 1 lot W M. llllllillT.N. P. L, C. 1JVJ V S. D. D. S., The purily ol the -- . 2 05 "Tho Scope and Significance of tho them. Tho premiums offered on tho ol April drills used and aim. J S. llockis. "I . 1.20 Stewart, Harrison 10 acres to Christ' In Modern ReligV Cry 'Back Directors. w. 1'. Walimx, get of Sambo and Jumbo will bo award aUiticnNtcr, Itilo accuracy In measuring and weighing J Hiiyden, Tira I lot 1.20 ious Thought." J. W II HajH, il lam J acre Tho fine weather Is hailed with joy ed Sept. 2nd. 120 Teeth Extracted Without Pain ! ensure jtrfccl results. .No. 3132 Alex McMakln sold to Frank OlTutt by all. Tho soil is. fertile enough to Mycrs, Jes 1 lot 1.60 (Jl'AIITLUI V KEIMKT W THE With Vlullird Air. Physician In attend u bountiful harvest so wo would 17 picked young mules at eight cents yield 1 20 Middlelon. Tom 1 acre ance. advise the farmers, to plant every avail- per pound. The raule9 weighed C15 Logan, Mary 12 acres 70 Oftli-- In Ihe New ThoniMon llullilln-- ; 7 Lincoln Counij Niliinil Bank. able spot as the demand for produce pounds each bringing nearly 150 Whitley, (ircen6acrcs will bo great this fall Even the pen187 OF STAM'OUP, KV., sioners ought to go to work and it will which Is said to be a pretty good price. no. 2. ci:.n oiicii.viti) s of lluslurw April Mh, lT). help Uncle Sam out. Nelson Record. At the il WIIITK. Tho fires on the hillsides lost Tuesday IthSOl'KCCS. The Kentucky Tobacco Growers I'HYSICIAN AND Dltl'GOIST, Adams John 1' 60 acres- 217 &c night showed us how this town will League, which was organized at Lex Ixuns end tilscMunls mi.3US T! look when it becomes a city and dwell - 2.05 McKlNNICY, - KlCNTUCKY. secured and unsetured...m. ?,10H M llaker, Smith 2 acrea ington last December, Mas gone to Overdrafts to ings are placed upon all tho hillsides, .... Iii,r) fi Ilrown, J. J. 170 acres V S. Iiond, ..cure circulation - 3 55 hllc electric lights sparkle In the dis- pieces. Tho growers failed to take l'remlunison I' .. Itonds M' T2 Hland, Hen 71 acres . 85 Prescriptions Carvfullr lVmiundi'd liar or tance. But'whlle watting for the latter much interest In the organization, and Storks, securities, etc . . M () Uuhrcar, John 00 acres ym.em Nlcht2 75 why can not the city fathers give tho the directors became tired of putting up llanking-huusno S,R furniture, and natures Ilroclc, Green 70 acres hal town a few street lamps? Surely tho money for 1.15 Hue from National Uanks (nut its expenses. taxes are sulllclent to fill this need. Carson, CJ V. 5 acres ... Agents 6,41111 - 4.45 SOTICE TO FARMERS. In our peregrinations through the Due from Mate Hanks - and Hankers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houk have gono I,r,ui , Delaney, Mrs. Kate 53 acres CQ 1 hare on hand and for sale Maretsburg. Judgo greater part of the bluegrass section, Due fn.ni approvel reserve aeuts. ... 4!.t76 TS to housekeeping at Kdwnrds.T 11. 500 acres bal 312 McClurc took bis first buggy ride Mon- this week, we noticed that tho farmers Revenue stamp account.. 1 10 MULES. Only the best companies represented. day after several months' illness. Misses were making up for lost tlmo with ') HI Dyehouse, Geo. 1 lot I ncuirics solicited. their Notes of other National Hanks nlckte and. , Klilsan and Barnett. of Somerset, visitFish, Mrs. M K 400acre.w I0.&1 paper currency, Fractional d Will sell from ono lo a l H. MA1IONY. ArI., Stanford. ed Miss Sa'.llo Carralcal this week. The plows and that nearly every field conHs el FarriH, Itsulicn 160 acres rents (1115 Also V. O.T. will meet at the Miller tained from one to a dozen teams turn- lawful Money Reserve In Hank, via. Hamtu, Johnson I). 100 acies STABLE. 3.02 LIYIS7, ?ZH AW SALS House Saturday with Mrs. Chas. For- ing the soil under. There's plenty of SI2,li U) Sicle l9) II. O. FOX. llov MS, Hanvllle. Ky 7.31 r rester. A. J. Fish Is traveling for a tirao yet for a big crop. . 7,uuU 00 19,1W 10 Hampton, J. T 75 ncres notes.. Jones, Mrs K.W.I lot vinegar bouso. Mrs. Dr. Will Brown 3.45 E. E. Patterson will put In nearly 100 Redemption Iroiu U. S Treas'a. (3 per .. C) l) King, is the guest of Mrs. G. W. McClure. . -cent circulation) William 2 acres bal bO A. 8. Hnatonville, Kov. G. W. Wheatley has been engag acres of cow peas and soja beans this Kentucky Miller, William S. 50 acres - 2.15 I07,353 &7 ed to preach at tho Baptlstchurcn once spring. He tells us he finds lhat they Total Sorgeon Martin, Geo. (N. K ) 50 acres 1 15 Offers h Is sen Ins to Ih. imdIs sfH'aat Useals a month. J. P. Lcchlelter offers his not only make better feed for cows, I.IAH1I.ITIES: Dentist, V s. and Csaer rvuntlee, all stuck ul CVifflsssBd Cask, y handsome Nallor, John 0 acres house for sale. J. 2.75 1110.000 0) ... euslwarsea bsnd. Va asssas. W. Landram Is In Louisville attending sheep and hogs than corn, but at the Capital stock laid In Noaks, Kliiabcth 50 acres I, 8, Osriwuter. Uanss sf. ,65 I .... .. MO no as a fertilizer. Mr. Pat Surplus lund court and Mr. Peltus Is agent of L. Seattle time act Kogcrs, John 23 acres Undivided profits, Uweieusrsand tax. 1.00 Jar-re- tt & N. during his absence. L L. terson l. a farmer after the "Eastern Orheesver Ucllaterts' Prun Store la the Owsl.v . I,1"! 07 Sinltli, Geo. W. 10 ncres es paid is shipping spokes along the line. order" and our farmers might profit by - l.5 imusio, , !1,1 00 National Hank Notes outsUndlng. V. O. Mulilns was the guest of W. J. observing his methods. Smith. Klizabclhi'0 acres 1.05 Due toother National IUuk..... MRS. U. D rJIMlfiON. I'ror.. ll.r.'J 3s Smith, Mrs. Sparks Monday. J. W. Nesbltt, who ! 1.50 J. L 130 acres At Faujeoner's sale, Danville, J. B. Due to State Hanks and Hankers .... 10,v; 23 has been In the stavo business hero t C8.U1 OIICIIAMII COI.IIREII. .. 1M,I2 il them to since 1831, oxpects to ship large quan Owens 6old a bay gelding for $100; G. Individual deposits subject to check. ......- Curtis, Wm 0 acres 1.15 TIIK DANMI.I.KOlLl.ltl, HANMI.lt-- , KV tities or staves from this section tnls S, Carpenter a ercv for S90: W. C Fund to par taxes Newly furnished, clean heds; aplcndsd year. Mrs. Franklin will have her Groealnga Naboth gelding for $190; LlsMlltles other than lhue above stated fi.TW M Delaney, Henry 3 acres hal Nu IHThlrJM 25 tablo. Krerythlng Porters ppring opening of millinery tomorrow. W. M. Dodd tbreo horses at $75 to $150. Holmes, Alex Urn. 1 acre 30 ."ATlMWCTKi.V C rAUANTKHO meet all trains. b ,.I7,S&I S7 J. W. Brown has been appointed by tho t . Held bought a weanling colt by Dr. Total OF KENTUCKY, 1 acre Iticc, Pole 1 IK) ."TATE Mxistces to ascertain the financial Hooker for $100. John Steelo Carpenlloss, Mary 4 acres 55 Coun. y of Lincoln, standing of tho town. Judge Fish Is all ter sold privately a Chester Dare mare ! TO smiles since the return of Mrs. Fish and for $190. Itice, Andy 1 acre 1.00 I, John II. Owsley, cashier of the abuse named children from a protracted visit to Hank, do solemnly swtar that the aliore statement Iticc, Mary 1 ncro .. - .30 All natlous are learning Hits lesson Williamsburg. Jack Ping and Miss la true to the lst of m v kuuwled.te snd lUef. Welch. Wm. 2 ncres 2 23 Alza Logan Brown will teach the pubJ. II. OULEr, Cashier I will stand my line Jnck. Hero, lit my lic school this year. L. W. Bethurum to llth day HUSTONVILLK DIST. NO 4 buhcrlld and sworn m. lfore mer, this r. v. table, near .Morvlnnd, the season of 1!)V, w. of April, ltn. union n i. has been quite 'ill. Jack Adams, Sr., Is whit. .. II Shanks, Attest Ciiiumt recovering from asevcroattackof grip At $5 to Insuro A Living Colt. Where Compton, Ivl 2 acres 2 50 J. E. I.V.N.V, Mrs. Ed Woodail, of Hazel Patch, others fall most our Hin.1. V. Cash, Duncan, Thos 1,(K) He Is A.enr-ol- I acres friends hero this week. and was hreil liy Her der, and. Mowers Their iwrfccllou Is cred lied to Iwlnc built of the Dirrclo s. (livens. Miss muterlsl lhat (JO ncrci l.fti Woods, of Danville, and Is hy Abraham. Jr., moner can luis AImi Im.!.., nit.,,1 wid. tku S.J IIEMAUKAULI: IttbCL'E. I.Inth.'can, Mary 107 ncres ". 00 out of u (rood Jennet, and la un extra large only Hrfct ItOLLKIt IIKAIIINfJS In N .0,917. Mrs. .Michael Curtain, Halnfteld ill makes euce, assuring which settled auglit A ituclianan !)j acres Ihe statement, that sue (auzuit-ol1.10 breeder. A lot of his csdtscan bo seen at Ion st life. Aat all tlniesllKhlestilraftand IlEPOUT OF THE CONDITION full line of repairs nlw.iv. Ri my place. I will also stand 1 Uo Wilchir, (ieo. 00 acres kept on band. It's now time to sow outs Tu family pujsiclau, but grew worse, lie told her and that she was a hujielca Tktim ot lirepiru ground proixirlv buy Ihu CNiruc THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTOHVILLE, WilkerHon, L. I'. 1 lot Iml !!.: no medicine could cure her. llerdnnnilst uji'n.t Made from pure I'isc narrows, rnu our liny ddera ! rrcston, W. (i.2acics 1.S3 lr. King's New Discovery fur AT HU8TONVILLE. I'KAMC HOLTCLAW she taught a bottle and to her delight found her cream of tartar. A three- - cur-oblack Jack nt SX lo Insure lll'STONMI I.K UH.OHUl. sell lieiieiited from Art dose, bhe continued Its I rilanford, Ky business In Ihe State ef Kentucky, al the clo.c of u lhliicolt. usa aud after takln? sil lottles found herwlf sound Anderson, Isaac 4 ncres ,75 Al'rll 5lb, lift uud well, now does her own housework, and It a. tvrTliti premium offered oil SuniUi and a she ever was. rree trial hollies or this Adatii 7 acres (incus, !i 1" well Im will Ui itnurded on tept S. lw). J 'ireat Ulwovery at IVnnjr'a lrug Mort Only 50 1 2.17 ...... ,... Jioi.oi; iu Ilrown, IM ncre II. II KINU. Morsland. si,eery iKmie Loaus and discounts OR TRADE. 1M llurtletl. John 'JJ ncres hnl unsecured- - . . SMS I.Mll Overdrafts, secured and At Haclnc, W. Vu , twins and n sincirculation.......... 1.' "Ml Ul Cloyil, John Hrs 10 ncrej 1 II U S. Ponds to secuis gle child were born in the same houso tl'len4ld farm nf .'10 acres Iu' Southessl Kansas 5") W Banking House, lurnllure and hitures. LM, Tico M'Ulicll 1 ncre & miles from lh Mlssmrl line Well lossied, Alum bating powders are the greatest thosamoday. To make one of tho fu Due Irom National Iliuks, not Kif Kssl faruilmcruunlry, thlrkly selthsl Vim aWI .Murolaml, Koht. f, ncres hal 3.50 thors think he had been presented with merueersto health of the present day. I, Mi M uneasy lenus or trsdr fr larm Iu Onlrsl.lheu serve Asents lurky. Ian triplets they were all dressed alike and ) l(i i"l S.s.11 SI Morton, Annie '. ncics II sy stallion, 10 blind lil'li, by Abdullah trade, (70) sy JlAddrs--to Mwl , iliRereme In a Duelrom Slats Hanks and Hankers. a aovw, aarnsa sowocs co., stw vesw. .Slaii(,i(d, Ky ku putinonobed Tho joke hud tho deJlii.se r.jjer. ls.lul 5a 1'onull, lien 1 lot Hue from approve I reserve stioli '1 sired eileet. but now tiiu mothers can't Ilo by Messencrr Chief. I dum a erau- C) . 42 Checks and other cash Hems S'andiilgi', Tom U acres L'.7S dauliter of (illl's Vermont oven tell the children upurt and It will law 7S llevenue Suiuis ... . I will stund John I'nK'ior the cuon of 1.00 remain u case of guess work' with them. 3,1't Ol Totulis, J H. Oticrus, Notes ol other Nstioual Hanks levli, ut ui stable tlirtu milt's from Mielby WAYNKSISl'ltG DIST. NO. 3. Fractional paper currency, nKkels and City on the K1111I1 Lick and Turners, jllu I I'M) 1IUIITATIO.V 21 . WIIITaT. cents plku oc rue Is the forerunner tu consuinillon Dr. Lawful Moqey Kcserva In Hank, ik'H't, Hland, llcn71 ncre will cure It. uud 1.75 FAMOUS At $5 to Insuro A Living Golt. fflf" W Iirock, G. A. !W acres tim lungs ihut a cough Specie give such strength tu 2.7a Kederaption fuud with U S Treasurer or a cold will nut settle there. Twentj live 1.1)5 Money luu nhen colt Is fouled or inure Mrj.Mll Carrier, Jas. V. 23 ncres c ncrccat. of circulation ... cents ut Penny's Hrujr Btore. Stanfohd, Ky., parted with. (Irns furnWhtd . Clilpman, Mrs. M. K.(N. It.) 150 nc. 1.00 day. Oruss bill must Ui paid ut S ivnts'r -- .. Jl 1.1,113 VI ....lieforu stock Total. Idlo Hour, tho Vandorbllt paluco on Coolov, Mrs. Surah II, 4 acres 3 45 Is removed LlAIIIl.niES. In lilt, MONUMENT Long Island, where Win, K. VandorI will ulso stund the excellent ynuni juck, jw,urjo w) Orulu, Hczekluli 10 Capital slock paid iu ucres AT TMC bllt, Jr., and Ills' brldo wero spending !,uoo uu Surplus fund......wH.....M. Kuhaiikfi, Iach Hrs 100 acres National Military Park, 1.20 their honeymoon, was destroyed by Undivided profits, less cspsusrs ana . II ro. 2,011 11 Faulkner, K 1'. (N. It.) 10 4.M IS ................ AT . tsxes paid...... S bunds hlcli. .weighs 1,000 lb., sired liv Goods Warranted. lu,2JU uj Oalut, G. 8 15 acres 1.11.5 Tom KUg, Hob Tail's dam hy Levi National Dank notes outsisndmK WEAK EYty A HE MADE JTItO.NU, HubbleUi . Ilaska. Fit Guaranteed. Due to olher National Oillith, W. I) (N It.) ISO acres 3.15 Prince, at IS to Insure u llvlnj; colt. Hob Dim vision made clear, styes removed uud Hanks and bankers himself to be.au excellent Tall bus proved Due lo but gtauulatod lid or sore oje of any kind Jeckley, J (N. It.) 40 acres.; 120 urceeuer. Give Him a Call. UahiMtles other than Ihosa ahoie stated speedily and effectually cured by the use of II. K. POWELL, thelby City. Huliierluud's Kagle Eye bulve. It's put up Individual deposits subject lu check ...... IiO.UU) sj Kcuii.fr, E W. (N. It.) 100 acres..., 2 35 II ' in tubes, and sold on u guarantee. For Lvech.W A. 12 acres Notes and hills redlscouuted ....... 3.00 sale ut Pcnuy a Drug Store MAY 00 .jiu.m 11 Nichols it Ilobultt 1 acre Total....... 2.60 1899, Tho quotation oo April 1, 18U0, for I, J. W. lloiker. issbler of the above named Hector, Tom 35 acres lhat the above stalsmenl Itol.liis, Wm. 10 acres Rank. Ja solcranlv swear tho four per cent, bonds which mature 1.75 m' belief. it true to Ihe besi of my J.knowledge and(ashler. In 11X17, which represent considerably IIikkkr, Iteynolds, W. It. 60 acres Combined buy stulllou, IS lund liljrlil 2.75 tuoru than half of tho public debt, was white, Subscribed and sworn to btlore me this l.'lh, Itowiand, (1. A, 45 acres 2 10 both bind uukles , N. V. L. , JUl Tho banking protlt upon clrcula day ol April, 'V. II. W, III Hired by Auiiai.Ijui Mmsemieh. PFrom CINCINNATI Sims. V. M (N It ) 40 acres 3 00 lion upon these bonus uuUur existing Directors. II, llsuiwit. l'lrst dum Ibe William Lusk saddle mare and alt point la law, after allowing for tho cost of IsSlaughter, Herman (N. It.) 05 acres ,75 J J, ItOBIXSON, T by IUvy (Jroekett, win of Denny's Dreunou, suing the notes ttnd tho redunitlou KENTUCKY SurheriSIujj 18 acres 2.75 by Imp Uranuoiii 2nd duiu by Highlander. .fund required by the treasury, is only u via the Tulhi, David (N It ) 125 acres 2.83 little more than a third of one per Abdallali Mus.cuger, slroof English Vinson, Aloiuo 05 acres 2,35 I cent. This Is the percentage of profit by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud aoovu wtiut trie uanxs would earn by Whllo, It. L. (N It) 76 acres 2 30 Messenger, ailo'f. AND tho direct loan of tho capital Invested I will stand English Hunter tho season of 2.75 seed outs for sale. Wilcbor, Jerry 27 acres.., 800 kuslals in the bonds. Woods. J. II 21 acres 1 fro IfiflO ut my stable four miles from Stanford Ollvur Chilled Plow and Itepulr. s plku at Malta Cultivators, best Iu the world. Young, D. G 10 acre 1,85 ou Crab Orchard lltON .NDItVi; HleMAUhVS ROUTE Iieurlug Itoll and Hall liearlug Hinders. AVa the result olhli ipleudld health. Indoul WAYNUUUKU CHAB.W.ZKLL. $10 to Insure A Living Oolt. Dl. Deerlue ltoll aud Hull Itturlni; Jlowers. table will and Ireiueudous euergy are nut found Ctneinnaii, o.Tut'r At, And Dealtr in Jloone,J, N, 3 aire Muter Uuckbourd uud HukkIus. , 2.10 We iuuiacb, Llvr, Kidneys aud llowrl, are out a t. MtTOHILU lj. TsssV Aft. Money due when colt I fouled or mure (lardeu Plow and Double Bhovvls. 1( yuu waul these qualities aud Ihesuc. olorder, , a. r. wirr. rssav sut Tieket puriou wiiii All kinds of furniture uud any piece 01 KA.1WX3S, 8J.DDLXX7, fcO. luey tirlu-- use ut. fc !.-- ' Life I'llls. llsey devrlop ever tuwer of train Jsr hudy duly aul kludof Humes s,ou wuut. Call on Ky. I'vaa's 1'fug titore. 3 I). 8. OAlll'ENTEIl. lliwToiviu.r, C. STANFOHD, KY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Three nlco wo.-- RCrOKT OF THE CONDITION Sheriff 's SaIe -- Public S.!e of !w&?& Lind. MISS EVELYN TAKIMF, tho Soamstresa. I FOR TAXES. 1 1,000-poun- ' State andCounty 4tlt.'i899 ...r..u ' - ' ?. A. JONES, G ..l. niSNTIST, ' Monday, May 8th, 1899. DanMng-hous- e, 859-pou- ...... ch T: JOHN II. HIIIXER HON. P. NORTH ITOTIOB. ..... 25-2- well-kno- BEAZLEY, Ky. Penny's Drug Store. dist DR. W. L. LOADER, ... re jaciiDiEnsra? INSURANCE. FIRE, LIFE FORTV BROKE car-loa- l Ial-ten.le- J. T. SUTTON, Unrtortnlcor, PRICE, two-stor- Stanford. Ky. IHHW'J XI SSV BROKEN BICYCLES Mason Hotel flrat-claa- a, IancnNtcr, Kentucky. HERO. THE FARMERS vis-itc- d RoVal against alum. Osborne nicntfi Succeed rsH-elall- Farm Iiunl M Baking Powder Safeguards the food lt j.t. JUMBO. ld I 11 111 FARM FOR SALE John Proctor. DEDICATION H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, KcccIvIuk KENTUCKY m -.- Fall Aud ucrt-H..- BOB TfLIL, Wlutvr Goods. - miAuoi 3rd, l m iH Rates QUEEN English Hunter. JX.JtfcGliVY TO FARMERS. russ-pro- CRESCENT UNDERTAKER!; ai S. M. Owens, Sheriff.) a. DUNN.Stanford, Ky. -l h