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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 18, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899041801_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 18, 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVIII. 'ns Mr. HEWS OF THE VICINAGE. g, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL J8. 189.0.10 A. M. MATRIMONIAL MAHERS. CHIMCHES ANO PREACHERS. NO. 14 il D. M. Howman Jled at Harrodi-buraged "0. Prof. Joo Deboo U In Jail at for stealing a horse from M. Naylor. Will Cilrd wai accidentally shot at Mlddlcsboro by hi. brother, John, and will die. Mm. W. F. Gogglo ha pneumonia at tho homo of her daughter, Mr. Jaine Denton, at Somerset. J. C. Tuttlo will open a -- toro at Junction City till week. There arc already 12 store of various kinds tbeie. . llev. J. M. Ilruco will prench bt During tho present century seven In. (tinned to duly as a member of tho Na-vstance have been recorded In tboHrlt-Is- Willow Orovo next Sunday nt 3 M. Kxamlnlng llonrd In Washington. Dr. K. M. Green, of Danvlllo, nnd Isles In which tho bride has marri Tll transport Sheridan tins arrived ' "' "W expression wed by miners In looking for gold. When you como to our Kov.S. M lUnkln exchanged pulpits ed tlio bct man by mlatnko. store and get our bargains It is a at Manila, Lt. Moycr being drowned, Lt. C. H. Day and MIm Suslo Ghcs- - Sunday nnd three privates und six children! Hov. Carpenter, of Virginia. nut, daughter of W. I). Chetnut, wcro has ucccptcd tho call to tho Kplscopal dying of pneumonia en route. married at Somerset Gen. Lawton Is credited with saying Hubert Holllngsworth, of IMnovllle, church nt Richmond. Hev. I. S. McHlroy bought a resi he enn not whip tho Filipinos with less nnd Miss Alta Vormllllon, of Harbour-vlllThst you aro getting all that is In It. Our fine line of clojied to Tennessee. They rode dence In Lexington for 93,001. It is than 110,000 men. Tho administration doubtless put him up lo saying it. sumo they have been occupying. the Yt miles on horseback. Uuglcr Hen Hales, of tho ilth United Kid J. M. Hab, of Winchester, has Miss Lllllo I'rcll, n love lorn maiden meeting nt Stales artillery, who killed Charles of i". who lived In Louisville, commit- Jnst closed n three-week- s' ted suicide by Jumping lu a xnd at Illllsboro, O., with 31 additions to tho Wllkcrson, n, C. .t O. conductor, ut Newport News, is from Cloverport, Cory do ii. Ind., leaving a nolo raying Christian church. AT TUB I'UICBS WE AKK NOW frKLLIXO IT IS A Columbus Cox, bis wife nnd daughthat she did dot want to live "after tho Her. Henry Miller has accepted the Ky. Claims for ilamngc aggregating ter, of MadUan county, drank poisoned way Hen had treated her " to become paitor of tho Soiithcru call were filed against tho L. .V N. In milk and arc In a critical condition. Miss Minnie Lconrfrd, daughter 1'rcsbyterlaii church of this city. Mt. Uradlcy has named Jerry Utiu- - f the president of a New York by soldier of the With New Gov. bank nt LMdyv lllc. Sterling Sentinel. well, of Hoylo, a- - a delegate olbo Tlio greatest pilgrimages to the Holy York, who were Injured In a wreck In Louisville. went at ,o Alabama. Farmers' National Conu-res- s Tossy nothing of the other send t' Ings In stye HATS, SHOES AND iiiiiiiinnHiiis w marry J. g ia- - Land are undertaken by tho Husstans. The government has contracted with Oct. -. UNDEIUVBAlt. brunne, of St. Louis, but tho old It has been calculated that between of Hobt. Mrs. l.lwlo Franklin, widow man got wind of It and sho was W.OOO and 40,000 Husslnns visit Pales a Kansas City, Mo., packing houso for 1, C00, 000 jiounds of best export dressed Franklin, and sister of Judgo J. II. brought back Iiop.o by an olllcer tine every year. Tlnsley, died nt Harbourvllle, leaving Hy July 1 North Dakota will coasolo The board of curators of Kentucky beef for United State troops In tho ' four children. be the Mecca for the unhappily mated Wesleyan Ctfllego. Winchester, re- Philippines. .. . . ......I.. nn,wf I. .llfirtlV tO OOI.. Deshu Hrccklnridgc, editor of the ....... . v. nwui.i-u.niurcatier tnoo wiioc bond gall them elected Dr. B. H. I'earcc ns president. started In l'orryvlllo. Woodson May, ; can lrHt(f(,r lhc,r bllB,noiw lo homo Since ISO.1; Dr. l'carco has collected for Lexington Herald, has been appointed judge udvocato of the 2d Kentucky. young newspaper eor- - Uwycf wh( for rca,onublo n tun. rclanert tho collego $22,0S2. rcsponUeiit, will uo ino euuur. The Southern l'rcshytcrians uloscd Suxlon'sband will be mustered In as and fees, will see that two hearts with Tho lessee of tho Cincinnati South- dllTcrcnl thoughts shall over after beat their fiscal year with a total of 8141,- - the regimental band. The Ilalolgh, tho first vessel to fire a puu II for foruign missions, a loss us a two. ern paid Into tho State treasury Mine. I'lancha, tho great lion tamer, compared with Inst yenr of $1,139.10. shot at Manila and tho llrst of Dewey' In payment of all franchlso taxes. -- " - "fc This was tho last of tho big roads to I limit nrl i1l(1tfnlf l-- In uiit,lfiln. tint trim. All debts aru paid and there Is I'M llect to arrive home, reached New "". "' York Sunday, and despite tho stormy of leasts am" making him do her will, surplus on hand. No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. soldo In full. was urowneu,mjlllhe eonfers In u Kansas City William Hums. ugcd'--I, Miss Bmma Huster has becu apotnt-e- d weather, eho was given u tremendous cro-- s collrt tliat ,ho,can do nothing with her superintendent of tho junior chris- welcome. at Now Haven. In attempting to Iron Tcncc. Cyprt'ssShtnglcs. Tho men of tho 3d Kentucky ore the Holllng Fork, ho was washed from husband, who threatens and Intimi- tian endeavor society for tho eighth tes horse, Ho wo the only support f 'dates her and H.jj,, t0 j)0 nbPolvcil u district, which Includes Mercer, Hoyle, complaining. I'eaco Is restored and tho two months' extra pay given to solvinculo matrimonii. Garrard, Lincoln and Casey counties. a widowed inotbcr. basu ball dier when mustered out, Is, In their ho marriage of Mis Sara Geneva Hurgln Meenger. A-CSINTho first ( , game was played at Hlohmond Thurs-- nighbaugh nnd Mr Holier I Ilcrndon Just to enliven the gaino gero's bet- - caso, to bo on a pcaco basis instead of a day and Conlrnl Fnlverslty defeated Yales will be solemoUcd at tho ling it year's rent for a pew In tho amen war basis. The men want tho 8".20 dlf- University by score of" Uinv jjaptUt church Louisville. Wed-- corner against 11 murderer's chance of Crimea tho change rauke. Alctal Roofin O' Mill "Work. Lt' Hutchison Scott, of tbo Hudson, Centio plays C V nt ISIchuionil ncwjay un,i tt,ty will take a uiup o( tlio going straight to Heaven that Urother Bast Tho brldo Is here, Baton's whisky manufacturing broth- - j h"9 creftted a sensation, by publishing Saturday. ork Herald that "the Hovenuo olllcors raided n moooshlno having visited Iho Misses Mcncfeo,and ren, called on to eboosu between their In the New w ,!) still on Wheat .V Williams' farm In Is a very pretty girl. nnd church membership, will shot that killed the men on tho business and the one that Injured the was of '& gallon capacity, and Adair. It cling to tho former until thoy can "LONDON. boiler und starboard ongtno came was in n smoko house. Mart Wheat and a sale to tho ungodly Distillers' operfrom U. S. S. Wilmington." D. S. Tipton sold to A. J. Hlack. of Trust. Louisville Time. Jack Hennelt, who, It Is charged, (Jen Breckinridge testified to tbo Madison county, 04 common yearling ated tho still, were captured. Thu American Trust society, during ' Miss Luello Haldon l'otcet. daughter steers at fit. tho late wur distributed over Ti million unfitness for food of tho canned beef Messrs. U. L. Bwcll und James D. pages of Christian literature in tho sent to Cuba, and asserted that hoof of Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace I'o tcot, Is pursuing iho oven tenor of her Smith, of London, have closed a deal army and navy, sending over 250,000 beef would not only have been better way, unconcerned a to tho number of with Covington parties by which tho pages to tlio Philippine Islands, and Is but more economical. Ho also asserted unlcst his d Men arc always admired. No one is her parents, not a fuw. On tho mother's latter get a large lot of timber west of now publishing extensively in the that tho rations distributed among tbo London. Tbo anion nt paid was 822,000. Spanish language for missionary work Julian since the war Include rotten side, shu has a grandfather and and The democratic convention In Lon- In the newly acquired islands. It I beef. Uounty for In thejarmy and on tho don Saturday endorsed Hon. 1. F Still-Ing- furthermore distributing christian lit and of Laurel county, for railroad craturl In tho Mormon home of Utah is now offered by tho war department father's sldo. a grandfather and and great grandmother. commissioner, nnd apolnlcd A. L. through a system of colporteur wagon to thoso soldiers who aro with the troops on foreign service, In tho sbapo Harrodsburg Sayings. Held. Gcorgo Wren, S. S Phillips, II. and missionaries. Hev. S. M. Ilanldn and Ruling Elder of money value, to be paid direct to Tho court of npeals atllrmed two C. Thompson and II. C. Uazctwood as judgment, of tho Mercer circuit court delegatus to attend tho Winchester J. H. Paxton have pro pa red and placed tho soldier In lieu of the passage by My Goal cutters are like all other workmen, some better than others In tho hands of the printer a "Manual transport back to tho United States alIn tho case of tho Commonwealth cunveullou. clothing Is all bought from houses whose coat cutters are as near peragainst W. A. Holtom, holding that tho of the Presbyterian Church." which lowed him by light. It will amount to fect nscan begotten. HELP THE KDITOIt. iwoplo were not required to wait three contain much valuable Information. about 8100. Maj. Gen. Otis has granted a safe county election, and that A Mississippi editor perpetrates the It shows thnt tbo church was organized years aftc iho tho city election was valid. Tho ques- following: "Fish down Into your pock- In 178S, tlio exact ditto being unkuown. conduct for tho chief of staff and anothtbo tion raised was tho legality of a local et und dig up the dust, 'limit editor Is Tho llrst worshipping place was on tho er officer whom Gen. Uios, Spain's to bust. hungry and tlio paper' option election held In tho city of Har- Wu'vo trusted you for several month lot now owned by tho Misses Ilcuzloy principal commander In the Philiprodsburg on May 10, 1M)3, when a simi- and did It with a smile, so just return Tho manual will contain a list of all pines, Is sending to Aguit.aldo to deund lar election had been held In tho coun- the compliment some trust usforuwhllo. thu pastors.olllcers, member und other mand the In liberation of the Spanish I can suit you In style, and prices aro cheaper than you and I will see stocking und our Our wife need church gov prisoners the namo of humanity and ty within three year of that tlmo. baby ueeds a dress; Jlmmiu needs some matters pertaining to tho them again soon, Iieautiful pattern, elegantly trimmed and prices Lo international law. They will offer to IJt J. S. Robinson wrlloa from urllctics and so uo ivuio anu iscss. turn eminent. low indeed for quality of goods. TEHMS CASH surrender to Agutnaldo 1,600 captivo Cal., under date of April 10: Is on the hog train und Pugglo sick LOUISVILLE HACKS. Filipinos who havo been plnccd at Geo. paper from Los Angeles, with grief, und good gosh almighty 1'lcaso change Shell out Heglnning on Derby Day, May 4,ono Hlos' disposal by Maj. Gen. Otis. Cal., to IMciwant Hill, Mo. Wo leave can't you gtvu u man relief. thu dimes, nlckloti and turn looso on our return to Kentvcky on tho 'em loosu nnd whistle and we'll all of tho greatest race meeting ever held hen DaKVU.LK Hobert Hurdlng has a. ..n ir.iVi? i. mm-- lostoual n number turn bettor limes; there will bo fewer In Kentucky, will bo given at tho fahave been retained by William Lair, of n few patches on the boxom of our pants, und f nhico of Interest and spend mous Loulsvlllo race course. Eleven to see about his Interest In ilavs at each. Wo bnvo novtr had one we'll make tho paper better if wo get stakes, Including tho Kentucky Derby, dollar cstato In Nqw ,iu,.nr....iililnilavslncooururrlval four half u chance Dou't give us that old worth 80,000, will bo run during tho 15 that York which Is said to bo coming to difnow cut story, long gone lo need, 'uiioul taKin ..,,,,,.1.. .inm. Ilanehors aro more papers now than the family want day. All tho crack horse in tlio coun ferent Kentuckiuns. -- Ten shares of ting barley and Alfafa for buy. l'rlco to read, but hulp to feed thu printer. try ure engaged In thei-- stakes,lnclm-In- g Farmers National Hank stock were sold and ho II help your town to grow, anil dropped from 822 a ton to ii. Algol, Hen Ilolladuy, Dangle, Lie- to G. W. Dugunjut 81S7; and ) on 11 ocuio tbo sulphur in tlio regions lier Kurl, Manuel, liunnooKourn, Ken In the Hoylo Hank.to Fred Harris, of Bast, down below." A trade journal, printed In tho V. tucky Colonel, Tho Kontucklun, tho West End, at 8101. tlototodlu tho tobacco trade, make TATh M Ohio I'm r Tul 1, I Overton. F. 1 V., Mucy, Simon W., M. l.i. is On Ml. II. G. Fox last week sold to dlfforcnt surprising statomonl iho somewhat Huh,SpIritiiollo,Onomatus, Allovlato, visiting buyors 20 horses at from 87.") Dial I. tb iRlNk J. Cill.w.v main within two junrs tlio consumption wnlr .rln.rof tlin flrm off Mill CiiKsrrU A (... John Height, May Ilumpstead, III that v $22.1. Churchill Vcager told to G. lltrill MIWM ill tllttlllr nf 'llilrt, (AMUly Rftil Lordship, Jolly Hoger, Tho Harrlstor, to ofelgnrettus ha declined A. Swlnobnud :t lot of sheep ut $." 2." onoa aggro-gau- d M.i.ltrMUl. utl llul mI1 llriu will ly iho The maximum production HIMofOSn IUM)lli:i Hll.Ull UTMfll.lHl Vuso. Hilly House and many others. for iho owes, with lamb thrown In Wajl Ring in tho new l.bO.UOO.000, whilo tho output vtrry mw ol Ourrh llwt ranuut I iuit.1 ly Ik. "Ring out th old Nearly 1,000 horses aro now quartered Ulchurd Cobb sold to different foreign U4lf lllLL'a t ATtKUII Ol UK. ending Juno :10, 1SUS, yliiSWhfmi&fa&ttM'l Rb2 Bt lUo falso Rlss ln the tro9 " ritfiNK j.oiuusin for the liesl yar ut Churchill Downs, insuring lurgo buyers (our yearling bhort horn bulls ami sulrHiilml lu ltf. ,.,at.out 1.000.000,000 losi, notwltli ntm, IhUmlidiy w Prtviutwr, A. II. in my .rr.' Holds und exciting contests. There mlWfljljHwX3!'j IS We brhi to you the nsw and true from tht ul ). thruo leglstered and one high atiiniiiiiL' that thuru hud been u largo I'TL'T A V (ILKAtON, will bo lite or more races each day, Tho best cattle bold yesterday Nutary IMMIc Ili.l Increase In tho foreign dumand. llall'a Catanli I'lir. I. takru Intrrually ai.l 1H1 with liberal added money. ut llvo cent. 2."i good yearlings put ou otmrlon offered by Uridgewator A: Hayden were ami iiiiiimi aurUsH ul His llrwlly lliWml All railroads have llllKUMATISMCtUUIO. Nfliil fur ayii ii LI IctliiitfiiUU, .fir. IVk II I'HI'VI'V rates, tho round trip from Stanford be- withdrawn ul 827,0.. Ho sold 20 meMy wlfo has used Chumborlaln'sl'iiln J.W. lvj.1 l.y Pruistteia. Pine-Ter-Hon- ey ing only one faro. Till Inolude ad- dium yearling for J, W. Allen at 822.-!IHalm for rheumatism with grunt renci, llall'a Kaiiill) 1111a aiu the Ut. mission to tho grand stand, ouch rail27 short hotfurs I cuu recoiniuond It us a splendid and und Stand by your homo luurohant. Ho road ticket having u coupon attached for 827.7r. Other common good yearNature's most natural remedy, Improved by lliiliuont for rhuumatlsm und other I tho man who helps to iuy for tho which can bo oxchanged for u badge ut lings sold ut $17 to 82.1. A bunch of found science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive housobold use, for which wo have which you wulk; for tho the gate. This I the cheapest rate ever iix)n Cure (or coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces feeder were sold for A. G. It vuluablo. W. J. Cuyler, Hed Creek, street In which your children or per- school offered from this polut, and a big delp Whitley to E. W. Leo at 81XL10. Ad- of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. N. Y. Mr. Cuyler I ouoof tho leading Lungs are exhilaone of tho hups you were educated: ho helps to gallon will leave hero on Derby Day to The sore, weary cough-wormerchant of this village and vlelult). vpcuto. mucus Is cut out t the rated i the mjcrobe-bearlnkeep up the church In which you wor- tuko advantage of It. most prominent men In this Her-aiHed Creek "V fm.. cause of tliat tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed W.O l'hlppln, Editor & llockor.drug- - ship. Hu is the man who built it homo Thu Derby will bo ruu on tho openKKNTUCICV'8 DUAt) AT CllICKAMAU- For sale by Craig membranes are healed and soothed so that thero which onhunccs tho value of your pro- - ing day, May 4, and will bu followed by a A No braver men over fell. Tho com gUt Is no Inclination to cough. mr paper mat is tho Debuiunto Stukcs, Louisville Han- monwealth has honored them by the Every uucripnoti Mrs.Tlyrllo Neal, nged U5 years, oj erty. SOLD BY ALL QOOD DRUQQISTS passod ha hi numo on it; ho Is the dicap, Hlucgrass Stakes, Clark Stakes, erection of a magnificent monument. BottUs Only. 23o., 60o. tmntJ $1.00 Slxss Lima, O., was adjudged lusuno. Her man who can not uiTord to swindle you, Mudemolsello Fehr Stakes, Tho governor und hi staff, Stato ofStakes, BE SURE YOU GET father murdered her motbor und then It nothing else, would Wonouah Stakes, Premier Stakes, Ju- ficials, clllion und frleuds will parw uaM I AM SB YEARS OLD. nnd she I ulo u cous- prevent this. Ho bear hi share of auy Riutly atual lo Hi. lMl's Dr J1oaiu. killed himself, PtM-TwIm- y venile Stakes, and Kentucky Oak In ticipate In It dedication Wednesday, Dr. mur-.im- ,i Ituory. It SITUS quiCKaouiKTauwirntiTiiri in ol Frank Hlalr, who icccntly tncrlpaSwaUMCouhasndooUa, Itmskia tho burden of tho city government; thu order named. These aru thu big- May lid. Hate on the Queon & Cressweetheart, K. A. tlctcuUs. tnik tuna? stnii(.-a- U. VA Hovnrd. shot hi stay right by you la sunshine and gest event run In the West. Ou Sat- cent routo ono fare for the round trlu, PUUOVI. Mary Anderson, nnd suicided nt West darkness, In duv of prosorlty and urday, May 13, tho Uentlomen' Cup May 1st and 2d, good to May fitu reminster a short tuuo ago. advurslty. Those are but a few reasons race will lo run. turning. Georgia dedicate her monui why your putronage should bo given to gave birth to reading an udvurtlsement of ment May 2d, Kentucky May ad, IlI was Mm. William Wise imlroftwlnntMayvlllo thnt looked tho home merchant. hx. Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and DIar- - linois May 4th. Lot all Kentuckiuns m on . nuo that when thoy woro rhiva llomedy In tbo Worcester Eato r go, and swell her representation faro THAT TIIUOUIUMl IIIIAPACIIi: Hemcmbor, ono cjjT VafJVS W , KY. avr nnoossarv to tag them In which leads me to write this great day. ..i it wm WuuUiiulikly l.tvt yoii.lf you um1 Dr. Klng'a prise recently, SV1 ' round trip via thu Queon A Ntw Ufs lllla TboiuauiUof sullrtrs liairarrur-K.- I tut. I can truthfully uy I never used for tho President. to tell which wna which. route. tut Mik auj Karvoiu order Crescent lliclr lualiklsaa luult Wlllitm Sbelton, lleaJulica. Th.y waks puts Muul a J llruuK any remedy equal to It for colic und A HtlUIUlTL, 1II.UXUKK Utty lo up your l'yca. Science; tiamiM ajij Oakland, tho birth place of Thomas Try lliriu tiulU iiffuU. krallk, lock iluol tuks. dlurrhica. I havo never had to use Monty tur-4lluly or willulttn iini borrlM Hum,ihNalJ, CutHi Miss Kudora Aitell. l'rlui.ry Dep.rtment; K'oiann luie. In Harrison county, Va., In Aiul.a She, Mil by I'suny, Urul.i. l.t moro than one or two dose to euro tho llrulw. lluiklru'a ualn au.l i.roiupllr bral It. m kill lbs sMUKlIeuIuillou.: Music l)prtruent; wnri.i. .. .iniiroved bv tiro. Tho writer llv- lUiihorM, trier hon, I'livn, llulli, inysoU or children. Ml Mary Hubbard, Art Department; Georgetown lot her now oltv building worst cao with PopomoUo, City, Md Curcl all Bklu i:ruilloiia Ileal I'll tuts onIrlona, ..,i near It lu bU boyhood day. raiiti. Corua, Miss Flora Ha'lou, Elocution aud Physical Cultute; W. A. Stroud, Only ganuts ln. Cur uaiauliJ. bvM by Wallace's famous toG. H. Glass, of that town, for n..n Hur." Gen. Mrs. Maggie J. Martlu, Boarding Department. For salu by Ci nig & Ilocker, druggists. IVnuy, lruUl. novel, U to bo drnmatUcd. h 1 nl o, oim soldieiwand sailoks. Admiral W. S. Sohloy ha bjon a "OUT FOR THE DUST" STAKED CI. AIM nxoi t Gold Mine in Itself SUITS MADE TO ORDER. I ; .'.'... . well-know- Ml,-U77.- $1.25FranklinShoes75e THB ; GLOBB, Telephone J. L. Frohman &.Co., 1 ' ; I sf?5 lntcr-collogl'-t-o EJ STANFORD, KY. . Hroad-Koniuo- ky a. well-know- m0? A'ln-slo- go for-wa- I 1 Well Dres 1 I weli-drese- m great-grandfat- s, er '.WATT rm i U I 1 An-'.cle- s, I I i I I Can Fit You. H. 1 e, on fL,:., Mill J. M'ROBERTS. Mm.WM,j y 1 I .1 one-four- th tSMSm'S ryWul n g gradu-fnrCtiV- 0, 1,000-pou- nd JH sHsMissWI bK Sulf-lnlorc- tt, Iill's For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. skT m Stanford Female College. iJi.& " iisftKsfm uim iii lafl.sdMfejs i". "Tu w 15 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Apr. 18, 1899 W. P. WALTON. TllK dollar banquet In honor of held in Grand Central I'alaco, New York, was the biggest thing on wheels. Over 3,000 men and 47" women partook of it and drank in native wlno and oratory galore Speeches wero raado by Mr. Bryan, O. H. P. Belmont, Hon. Charles A. Totrne, Judgo J. P. Tarvln, of Kentucky, and others, but Bryan was, of course, the central figure and ho is sntd to havo "mndo the effort of hie llfo." All his points wero applauded, but his reference to tho United States as a bully for striking down tho Filipino natives created the greatest enthusiasm of tho night. There was a mighty demonstration when ho said it was this country that inspired the Filipino with tho lovo of liberty. When Bryan finished there was a great ru9h to him on the platform, and he was almost suffocated In tho crush. Of tho dinner, he said: "This is tho greatest dinner I ever attended. I think it the greatest ever held in tho United States. Tho hearts of tho people nro all right." tho empty honorof a nomination. ly nil tho counties Instructed for him yesterday, except Laurel, which complimented P. F. Stilllngs, of London. The convention to nominate Is fixed for tho 20th at Winchester. Mil. In nro having a h. o. t. In the crats of Clark county for tho Legisla3rd district over who shall bo tho nom- ture. Judgo W. L. Brown, of London, has inee for railroad commissioner, tho pistol drawing period occurring In several announced his candidacy for secretary counties. At Williamsburg, A. It. of Stato, tho first ropubllcnn to publicly Dentin was clvon tho Instructions of announce. Tho bank books show that Sonator Whitley on decision of tho chairman, faction bolted and Quay borrowed $2 18,050.00 of tho pub when tho Culton holding a small convention of tholr llo funds In six months without intor own, gavo Instructions for him. Hock-castl- o est or security. The Pennsylvania Legislature will divided her voto between Dycho Indicaand Culton. In tho 48 counties of tho adjourn slno dlo Thursday. Tho district a dozen candidates wero In tions nro that tho Senatorial deadlock structcd for, but It seems that John C. will not be broken. Lawrcnco Townsond, of PennsylvaWood, present incumbent, Is In a long minlead, claiming 300 votes. Culton nnd nia, was uppolntcd United States named. Sovcn ister to Belgium, to succeed Bellamy Buff follow In tho order counties sond unlnetructed delegations. Storcr, who goes to Madrid. All -- onsuls of tho United States who Tho convention to nominate will bo 2. Tho dlitrlct retired from Spain at tho outbreak of hold at Blchmond, May Stato deis reliably republican, but Col. A. W. tho war havo directed by tho Hamilton, of Montgomery, is seeking partment to return to their posts. Tho Boone county republicans adoptNear- The rads Orllo Jone, tho boy burglar of Lexington, has been located in n penitentiary nt Moundsvllle, W. Va. Tho Frankfort coal merchants, indicted for romblnlnif to keep lip tho price of coal, were fined 500 In ono Just Think A. E. GIBBONS, Of It. to select A largo aotimcnt of good Wall Paper nt Ir, 3r, Cc, 7c anil He per roll from nt tho store of ense. Bob Blanks, tho Negro rapist, Is to bo hanged In Mnyllcld today. On leaving Louisville ho proclaimed his Inno- Woaljohsng Wall Paper at fa per roll by the niot competent men and carry cv. cence. try thing In the Harry Frcl, who wn abducted from his father's home, at Des Moines In , 10 years ago, has turned up In Knox-vllll'letiHc Framed to order on short nollco In latest style, dive un a rail and see Tenn how you can save money. No, .TOO Main Si. , Danville, Ky Out of thol,l2'. caei of small-jto- x Telephone No. 121 rcorted to tho Ohio Inrnrd of health for tho year ending April ll, there wore c, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Life Is a 6crlous matter with Kditor Knott, of the Louisville Post, nnd he rarely relinquishes his hold on directing the affairs of the world and especially of the democratic party to even to spit on his hands. .Occasionally, howover, ho lets up In the everlasting grind and perpetrates a paragraph of humor, immediately relapsing into the dull and dreary nnd almost mad with himself for having doio so. As evidence that thero is a vein of humor in everybody as there is latent heat even in a block of ice, wo present this as proof that Editor Knott Is not entirely dovoid ol fun; A man at Kcedersburg, Ind., put "o pounds of dynamite under the kitchen stove to thaw out and wont away, leaving his family to watch tho stuff. On returning be found his fam-l- y gone, having taken with them the house and also the dynamite. As yet they have not returned. WatteksoX frankly admits that the battle of tho dinners Mr. Bryan has tho best ot it and snvs that ho himself could not have done better himself, 20 years ago. when ho was young and when ho had and still has a very good opinion of himself, thank God J Atlgold and Tillman being out of tho way nnd 1 to 1 being as dead as tho Institution of African slavery, Mr. Watterson thinks thero Is no bar to tho support of Mr. Bryan In 1900, in the minds of conscientious, thoughtful democrats who do not llko tho perpetuation of a single dynasty In the Nation al administration, and that tho dynasty of organized capital. This begins, It seems, to tave tho way for a return of tho recalcitrants to tholr first lovo and if Mr. Watterson hadn't spoiled his pleasing words by others not so pleas Ing they would havo had good effect. How W. P. TllOUNE. who wants to bo lieutenant governor, is very much of a wit and usua.ly scores a point by it. T. II. Hays, his opponent, is very fond of telling that he married a daughter of one of Kentucky's most distinguished men and never loes a chance to refer to it. In tho western part of tho State tho other day they met on the raging stump and Hays led off, dwelling as usual, on his wonderful marriage. When Thome's tlmo came ho knocked all the wind out of Hays' sails and got tho horse laugh on him by Baying: "Gentlemen and fellow cltiens: I havo an extensive acquaintance In Kentuckv. and say here and now that mv frlnnd Havs Is tho best bred man on his wifo's side in the State." during the merry month of May and entertain thousands of people In her inimitable manner. The Louisville Jockey Club meeting Is tho llrnt event to call visitors to the city and It will be the United Commercial held May the musical festival Travelers Na Southern Baptist Convention 0; Ky. Medtional T. P. Convention grand coraraao-der- y ical Association Gen. Gokdon, Commanding tho Commer- United Confederate Veterans, writes Knight Templar 8; cial Convention lliKSOjObloValley Bime- us to call attention to tho next reunion 2 and Sam Jones to be held at tho "Cradle of the Confedtallic League all the time. You pays your money and eracy," Charleston, S. C, May sold- you takes your choice, or take them all and urge that all In as you wish. Tho railroads will offer lir nnd sailors form themselves Into inducements and the hotels will put the local associations atoncotobo on hand. big pot in the little ono and stuff the Business of vital Importance Is to be skillet in that. transacted. Gen. Wheeler will deliver oxer- general of Ohio, Mr. nnoriitlnn at tho opening of tho TilEuttorney 'clue. Tho total numbcrof camps Is now Monnett, by name, scorns to bo honing applications for for cheap notoriety. After tragically 1.50O and thero aro will ou thu 15th tho nearly 150 more. Tho railroads promising to disclose give a rate of 1 cent a mile, goin and namo of the Standard Oil man, who 4-- 0; 4-- o: 8-8-15-110-1- 7; 17-1no 10-1- Louisville will keep open house Tun prosecution or Mrs. George, who is on trial at Canton. O., for tho murder of Mrs. McKinloy's brother, has rested and tho defense Is now having Its Inning. There seems no shadow of a doubt that tho accused did tho killing and nono that she did a most righteous act. Saxton was a moral leper, who wont about wrecking homo und dc- ltroyiD1j virtue, tiring of each victim a, bOO0 a3 ho succeeaed In his designs tho Ohio attorney general hasn't had a and casting her into degredation und BUllleleut raise disgrace. Mrs. George, who suffered so terribly from his wiles, ought to bo THE Harrodsburg Sayings says it acquitted and given a ehromo. had it from McChord hlrasulf that ho is not Goebol's man. Certainly. Ho IN rcsponso toun inquiry, the Louis-vill- a published that in the Louisville papers, Post says very frankly that it will but no protestations of his avail against not support Bryan if he is again nomicumulative evldenco to tho contrary. nated for president. It would doubtless He Is G oe oe I'd man and his nomination say also, If asked, that It will not supis a Goobel victory, obtained evon over port Hardin, if nominated, Its efforts attempted bribery by Hardin's friends. now for him being on tho assumption Tho Sayings further asserts that our that ho is tho weakest candldato and conclusion that Hardin is not strong in tho easiest to bo beaten by tho Post's BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. bis homo county, because tho delega- real preference a republican. Heal small-po- x cases in tion did not follow John B.Thompson's democrats havo long elnco given tho There are four Lexington. lead, Is erroneous. Ho Is strong, very, Post the cold shouldor so far as opinArkansas Is to havo a new capiioi to very strong, but tho delegation did not ions go. The other kind ought to bo cost $1,000,000. Thompson's procedure and resent- on to its curves by now. like C. II. Jfc D. officials deny that tno uig ed It. The dearth of news is shown In tho Four has absorbed It. , ALQEll has returned from his junket a LoUgVlio paper devotes a Gov. Booeovelt signed tho bill killing to Cuba and Porto Rico and Is much column to tho sulcldo qt somebody's six-dblcyclo racing. annoyed at the reports that ho will re- canary bird. But oven that Is un ImFlro at Lltllo Book, ArK., destroyed sign. Ho asked tho Associated Press provement on much of tho news and all property worth $75,000. to deny them in the most eiuphatlo nf tho iwilltlcs that that paper advo- - Tho explosion of a kerosene oil lamp munnor and to say that ho may die, but cateB caused a $5,000 lire ut Rutland ill. ' otherwUo ho intends to servo out his Robert Patrick futally shot Deputy full turm, hit purpose to to do being Till: Thrlco-i- t Week OwensboroMes- - Murshal John Centers at Jackson. lixed und unalterable. Thoso who wero e tiger, Uroy Woodson, National dumo- A Burlington train plunged Into u gullible ouoifkh to bellovo that Alger cratlo committeeman, editor, can be bttollun stream In Wyoming and six wonld do tho decent thing, forgot how had till ufter tho State convention for lives wura lost. much tho olllco cost him und that ho is 15c. Bead ad. in this Issuo and tako Georgo A. Winston, for many years advantage of tho remarkably low offer. commissioner of tho .lofforson ulroult not In politics for his health. Koo-,ovolI otlured him $500,000 to cease prosecuting tho company, bu does nosuch thing, but In u general way says that offers wero made of a railway attorneyship, $100,000 in cash, a Federal mission and a Federal judgeship. If Monnett was the immaculate creature he poses to bo he would have resented once and forever such efforts to seduce him, instead of wailing a month and then telling noth ing worth repeatlug. hviuently, f H bo true that every man has his price, coming. but 11 deaths. Tho mixlcl bargo Vtdiilln struck tho pier of tho .lolTersonvlllo bridge nnd sunk bottom up. She and her cargo aro valued at $107,000. The Louisville A Nahvlllo is said to ed resolutions opposing civil service laws, and declaring that n "civil eer- - bo reaching out for tho Mobile .t Ohio, o nnd tho Southern Is hot after tho Lou vlco president should stand a civil examination." livillo & St. Louis Air Line. Miss Maud James, daughter of Unl- Cashier S. W. Grlnsted, of a bank at tnil St.iip Marshal A. I). James, has Humboldt, Neb , confesed to a bank been made a deputy United States mar- - examiner that ho was $10,000 short In shal, tho first woman In Kentucky to bo his account and then he killed him clothed with this power. self. Mrs. Mary McKee. daughter of Hither muml or Ntmri' cut Flro In the buslnecs section of Clove- Harrison, has been appointed land, O,, destroyed pro;erlv worth trimby Gov. Boosovclt a commissioner to ncurly a half million dollars. Several HnwlNiim'ly Nicks'. the 1900 exposition In Paris to repre- arsons were hurt, but no lives were sent the State of Now York. med in ))l:iiu nml fancy lost. It Is said that Gov. Bradley will at- - Delmcnlco's restaunot, formerly tho tond tho republican railroad district most noted In New York, hns closed double waqxil lining. convention In Louisville, Wednesday, for lack of nalronaL'o. It Is too far ns a delegato from Garrard county, and downtown for tho fashionable to dlno thero Is much speculation as to tho part now. ho will take. A Colorado railroad hns had during Politics Is tho same on both sides in the past winter n total snowfall of more Louisville. Two sets of delegates were thnn 40 feet umm nart of lis lines and chosen by tho republicans of that city hasn't yet succeeded In clearing Its for Wednesday's railroad convention-o- ne tracks. by the Davis faction and the other Mrs. M. B. Keith, 41 years old nnd by the Hambrick wing. tho mother of six children, wrapped Judgo C. K. Klncald, of tho Cincin- herself In a shawl saturated with coal nati Enquirer, has found one L. t N. oil, sot it afire nnd burned to death In HoyV Kiifo I'unts as low a- nttorney who is for Goebel, Col. J. S. Michigan. Gaunt, of Carrollton, and ho Is for hlra Somebody attempted to ikjIsoo Cora Men'" I'nnt.s from P because be has defined his portion and Tannor with chocoluto drops ut Omaha, nnd frank. is honest but failed. Who could bo mean enough Thtwc nre only sample valiimnf whit will Im found in looking llirout;ti our Tho Samoan commission will sail for to want to kill tho pretty actress, Is a line of clothing. It w nevermore- rmplete an J no other will, or onn how Apia from San FrancUco April 25 on mystery, though n young woman Is sus- such noomplrtu line and ni.rlmrnt of the llnrtil of Serge, Wortod. Vicuna, the United States naval transport Bad- pected. t)le. llf Tweed and Scotches All mado up In the neatont nnd most conervatlro ger. Baron Speck von Sternburg has Robert B. Halllgan, tho unfortunate sure and ask to wo our Silk Ucrd Worate I Garment. The proper thing for evenlug been appointed to represent Germany, Chicago broker, who some time since and semi-dreThey are simply faultier completing the body. nf.racted intention in Kentucky by his We have pined ccmiH'lition in I.tdlea' apparel Edwards, of Postmaster T. N. announced Intention of presenting n I'ieturi'xpie and Novel IVnlgiiH in im withdrawn from tho million dollars to Kntm-kUniversity Organdii-- , French Olnglinmt, commissioner, which race for railroad at Lexlnetou. died at tho Kankakee Pensiigs, Untitle, much extent, und Insano Asylum. he never was in to Chambmju. Scotch Mndra, Capt. II. S. Irwin will bo given the Bowden Vlckers, wounded In the nomination again Wednes- rlotatPana. 111. has confessed to tho republican Daintily flowered Muiiellti Ire fabric, CrcHin elTccla, 7c. Manchester Cliambray in pinks, blue nnd grey, plain or figured, 1V day. killing of u man named Armstrong In Congressman Berry says he has been Carter county, Kv.. In lfc'.U, and will be n nror thn fith district and found it brought back for trial. He lied after solidly and enthusiastically for Goebel. thn murder and had not been of Ho Is saining strength every day and since. by June 21 will have such a lead that The State rcoiul unlnuirtunt point his competitors will never ovcrnuui in the Quay conspiracy cao when the An oxtra length Trench woven Corset, .Wc Dtinty an perfect lltlug II & II him. court ruled that the books of the bank Corset, lace trlinmcl and beaut! ully tinted in pink and Mil", on'y 7k- Summer A Frankfort dispatch says Gov. could bo offered to show evidences of a Corset only 'J5c No more stays hreakln; throughwit;i our kid tiped (Vrset. See Bradloy will not ultend tho meeting of consnlrnev. The defense attempted to il, We. tho republican State central committee exclude tho "Red Hook," but was overOur line of C.tr.t, M ittiug, Ac. miKl not be overlooked tin Spring We are April 20, which has also a republican ruled. leader. peace conference appendage. Tho Tho J20.000 damage suit of Col. John Bradley faction will not bo officially 11. Whullen, tho bos- - of represented at all. Louisville, ugalnst the Louisville corJohn Uhea told a Washington Times Times, wassuttlod respondent that Goebel is beaten und agreeing to pay tho cosl and publish u to collapse. Hardin's boom Is about T.D. it.XKY, Manager retraction ns prominently us the article Tho candidacy of Col. W. J. Stono is In complained of. healthy condition and a largo a very Ilranch stores at Klitnhetlitown, KIk ton, Owwi.li.ir.i. Mie'livvllle, Vnrilli, Prulrlo'flre neur Cheyonno Wolls, and Inlluentlal element of tho party Is Il.inUlown, liopklnsville, .MndNonvillv, Mimfohlillt l'l.irUvlli Tenn may Col., havo destroyed hundreds of square backing him. but a dark horo miles of lino grass and thousands of catwin. havo beon driven to the other Tho Chicago Journal, ufter hearing tle ranges. In Western Nebraska great him siwak, sizes him up as follows: t is a man of action. Un- - damago has also been do no und several Gov. denlably he Is a man of courage. Lately lives havo been lot. The btlmy breeze, of Spring time will rehe Is proving himself a man oi worus. .rrillrl- - Alert. a gits oop mind you that there In nothing like one thought ho falls to satBridget Tli' maUi tcr alw a But as a man of nf our cumenli'iit isfy tho Ideal of the statesman and tho whin a lady comes In th' room. Patrick He's too Misphlclousl I Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, iwlltlcal leader. was observed at New nlvcr baw wan yit tbot would lilt yez Traps or Buckboards Jefferson day York and Milwaukee. At Now York wholle sittln' down. N. Y. Journal. To enjoy tho beauties of Spring time In, tho Democratic Club gavo a dinner, ut The L'nUeralnnillnir. with ene, comfort and In up New Mistress Now, Bridget, when I style, when purchasing one of our line which tho principal speakers wero .Mr. limo company I shall expect you to and carriage. Judgo Augustus Van Wyck and kk. "S oiL-- friz V Perry Belmont. At MllwauKee, non. stay out of the room. i -- VAC' & Bridget Via, mum. an 0111 ixpict B. und Muyor Curter William J. Bryan 4 ? itf at a. the same of j ou. X. Y. World. Harrison wero umong Stanford, Ky. Opp. by tho Jufferson Club. Very Aeni. Tlie banquet given Jones la he to ery stingy? Bryan renewed his allegiance mj uiu Johason Stingy? Why, actually, if Chicago platform, said that It must stand as tho party's standard and de that man was tho father of twins he's make one photograph do for both. nounced trusts. X. V. Utcning Journal. ser-vlc- Louisville Store f SPECIALS POR THE WEEK: Men's Clay Suits $3.48 Oxford Finished $1.29 YOUTH'S Worsted. Fast 2.48 black, perfectly 3.85 MEN'S made, unparalSUITS. elled value. BOY'S 50C IQC en-li- wi-a- y 1 - The Louisville Store. Knii-nenc- e, When Good Weather Comes wvll-mad- u K. Wearen Son, 4 Coiirt-IIoiik- SPRINCISIMOWHERE And you need a nice vehicle. I i u( the Times. Bobby Pa, what doca tho pawnbroker's sign of three balls mean? Pa Jt means, Bobby, that it la two to one that the man never rcdeema bl property. Harlem Life. A Bluu I'nlie-anl-o- can fiiruUh you for very little money a Bugrgy, Surrey, Buckboard, Cart, Or almost any thing ou wheels. Como In and ."ct me ahow you. Have Jiut received ,. ay I.uck. "What la luck. UncIcJlm?" 'Luck? Well, it la when a boy turnB Don't you need one? out to bo as amort aa hia grandmother laid he was." Illustrate! American. M' All Know Chlntii-- , "Chlnby has failed, they any." A Car-Loa- d of McCormiok Binders Anrf Mowers. Full supply of Corn I'lantera, Drlllx, Ac, cheaper than ever known. Ilc HarroKH, 1'Iow, rr:;: "Yea; ho was one of are never too busy to talk, but are ways too talky to be busy." Judge. Gerald thco men who al- W. A. CARSON'S. STANFORD. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo u Tukru uu n list. I'm. engaged to Miss Jones. Geraldlne The mean thbgl I knew she'd win her brU Towir Topics. Wall Paper AT COST. Ill Order to Make Itooiu for Spring Btylrs. Curtailed In territory und of much of hnr former glory, seem that u minister to this would bo big enough nitino for stripped POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. it would Tho Ohio republican State country will bu held at Columbus, Juno Its representative, but not so. Tho Duko ot l'.ll Thayer, originator of the famous Aroos, who married an American lady, Kansas Freo Stato crusade, Is dead at has been uamed as Ambassador. Worcester, Mass. Louisville's now police judge l Abrum Itenlck, tho shorthorn cattle turncoat. breeder, was nominated by tho demo court, Is dead. CUHEDwith vt ipt .liWr It mud', llitvticun-iOno boy Is dead und live others critmiiii) thousind la of eating wild ically 111 as tho result talltil hum Ivmit. In tea two tblrdm.f MI tmnptoin days at parsnips In Ohio. 41 'jHbiimimiaiatinu icn VAiairrttiiutm H. U. CRKLH'S SOflS.lk. K.AtUnU.Ua. There Is u National organization of are to meet in Horse Shoors und they siKtWhlik7 HaMti Louisville, May 15. lurtu at nome wiinM. Domestic troubles caused out win JliHjk nt tlcuUri Mill FB county, to hang Stafford, of Carroll 01. B. M WOOLUt CO.. ct, 104 tiortii furor SI with u clothes line. himself DROPSY ltt in-4- . t. ir W. B. McROBBRTS. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0000000000000000000 ooooooooooooooooo f w ,r3' " rVirtr4 1S: fBoiny j,.;" '' 5!!!I55I5?Ttwr-- ' -- 4r-" 'fi T '-- -j i ft h HOAltDKlts wanted, by day, week or Stohp. room on Mntn Street for rent. SK.r.D sweet potatoes, hill onion sots, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL V. P. Wnlton. Ac., nt Hlgglns k McKlnncy'. monin. uotxl accommodations at rca eonnhlo prices, Mr. Joseph Coffey W H McUoiikkts lit tola agent for cottage for sale opposite St Asaph Hotel. A NICK very chenp. Call on J. S. Huphes. Apr. 18, 1899 Landrcth's gnrdon seeds. Stanfokd. Ky., UND AND STOCK. LADIKS. Wc havo now a complete Of It Ladles' Oxfords nro up to dalo MONDAY, APRIL 7th, i county court day In Danville. If Nancy Hanks hns dropped a colt by E. C. Vf altos, Htmi.Nixs Manaoku. In style nnd wcnrlng qualities. Sovcr- - lino of Swiss, Llslo nnd Jersey ribbed In Danville on this date or sny dslo come nnd tee our (10 and $12 vests from 0 to 0c. John P. Jones. nncc .V Son. Imp. Meddler. Knit rorf7.oO;$15nndfl0..10Siiil.sfn-$1- 0. Also full line of Hats, W. H. McKlnncy sold to Jack Itout Wantbii.--Highe- st jirlco for hnvo a record of moro than you market Wk GcsTI.KMr.N, hero Is n tip. If Shoes nnd Gents' Furnishing GooJs. If you want nothing yournclf, correctly filled prescriptions. Don't fresh, yellow Hotter, Bggs, Meat, Ac wnnt a handsome shirt, an elegant tto a Hiny for Wi. 1. a. Tovls bought Ella F., by Iiiglo you think ttutt entitles us to onr con Warren & come In and sec otlieis buy: Hlianki. or suit of choice underwear go to John Bird, nt Faulconcr's sale for J200. tldcncoV Penny's Drug Storo P. Jones. Blghty-on- o boxes for the Boston Is Ladles' and Gents' flno dross shoes PERSONAL AMSOCIETY GOSSIP. we can lit the eye, tho ockct and tho Aftku suvornl dnys of cloudless horse show sold for 821,000, tho largest K7Clothlng, Shoes, Hats, Ac, spring wcnlhcr, during which a vast on record. MaHV AuoitN has been qtlltO foot. John P Jones. Miss selling at 'ti cents' a No. 300 West Msln St., DANVILLB, KY. Strawberries nrc amount of plowing and gardonlng was 111 of peritonitis. scare at CrabOrchard done, a, heavy shower enmo this morn- quart and spring chickens at iOc each Tin: smnll-po- x Mlirt. W. M. HlllTT and son nrc visit- has subsided. Theru aro no now cases ing, stopping operations for a while. In Cincinnati. ing In Grunt county. and the four In tho ctAiiouso aro doing Other shower aro predicted for the Tho strawberry crop in tho South Mns. Woods Wai.KKH, of Garrard, wcll. day. was not hurt by the freeze, and will bo Is with Mrs. J. C. Hnys. Bio Snow. Lewis MeClanahan will larger than over. TllinviiS entered Itev. S. M Hank-In'- s MltH. It. 1". LKK.SIM3 n down with It Is estimated that as much ns be nnd stolu give a big show at Hustonvlllu Thurs hen houso Friday night tbo prevailing German measles. Bye, the greatest tween Sl'OO.OOO.OOO and $2iO,(JOO,000 Is .Hnvo. Mil. J. S. IlKKit, the piano man, nnd several of his fiiiu Plymouth Itock day night, when Frog of all caku walkers, Prof. Al Hawkins, loH yearly on tho turf. fowls. wife, havo gono to Lexington to live. I huvo four good jacks ready for scr- thu noted song and dance artist, IM Mhh. Mahtiia Simpson, of Louis-vlllIt. C. I'Ndl.UMAS has n splendid lot Washam, thu famous song composer, vlco that I will sell, trado or farm out. Is with her sister, Mrs. B. T. of homo grown llnilllnn seeJ otntoos und others wilt appear. Admission 12 J. W. Glvcns, McKlnncy. Fence. J. V. Vaughan, of Vnughan's Stafor sale and Is disposing of them on tho and i"x. IlKVH. W. M. HitlTTnnd B.T. Haney ii tion, Tcnn., sold 50 lambs, averaging street. IlY coming to Stanford to speak May aro attending district conference nt pounds, ut Nashville, at'tl. court day, Senator Goebel shows that Hurgln. Till: Centre Colletfo Gleo Club Al Hums, of Hustonvlllc, has put his MU. AND Miw. J. A. HlouiNH, of a largo nudlunco nt Hustonvillo, ho does not conccdu tho &th district to good Gallon (Illy in Will Owlng's hands Thry will sell you the right kind of TL'HNING PLOW nnd tho best of FKIITILI- ZBItS. Sco them before buying. Illchmond, are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Frlduv evening, nnd put about $22 net Hnrdln by uoy means. A great crowd for training. She is very fast. will iloubtlcss henr him here and de In tho church treasury. W. II. Hlgglns. advcrtli-e- d C. T. Hohon sold tho raules cide for itself as to his merits. At JOHN' M. Ham:, of Somerset, spent In this paper, one to Win. Curry for TllKIti: aro said to bo 20 cases of present ho has n largo following here his mother, Mrs. .(venil dnvs with JsO und two to J. 15. McCreary, of N inntl-Hint Lebanon Junction. Dr. with Capt. Stone not far In the rear. Woodlo Halo. C , nt $7.1. . McCormlck, of the State board of Miss Fmiiia llAU.01 spent sevornl G. A. Swlnebroad sold a pair of sorDr.ATII. A dispatch from Knoxvillc health, hns gono to the scene. HalArc these prices which, we make on the fol'owlng days with her brother, Humphrey says that Mrs. William It. Caswell, rel horses at tho Danville sale for loo, nt Lancaster. Wi: havo added to our lino of Gc per- wife of one of tbo most prominent pub- $:tOO. W. M. Dodd, of Hustonvillo.got Tin: I'.lkton Times says that Mr. und cales, lino shirting nnd dress Madras lic men of that city and Suite, who Is $210 for a good one. Mrs. S. I). Yowcll havo nlrcady gono cloth that sell for uro worth local coal oil Inspector, died at hur Laarus ,V Co., of Horse Cave, bought riding 10 miles to get. Severnnco .V Ikiiiiu Sunday night. Sho sjienl tho a to housekeeping there. of mules In Scottvillo at an d Fa one week beginning Tuesday, April lSth: Mus. B. H. Illt.L, of Danville, spent Sons. winter In Florida in un eiTort to renew nvcrngo of $78 und sold to Simon Well, W. T. several days with Mesdames 24c a pair One Lot Children's Slippers at 4 Glasgow cents. Wr. learn that B. K. Wilson ha ro her broken health. She Is a cousin by H cxort cattle at Tucker and J. G. Lynn. News. 4Uc a pair Ladles' Oxfords and goes ubout bis marriage of Mrs. M. C. Suutley. to turned F, I DUKHAM, the champion fat I. Stone Walker and Jnmes Hernett up business theru ns If nothing hnd hap10c each Ladies' llclts Tin: utcnt gate latch Invented by mau, and M. L. Abrahams were pened. Tho people evidently wern't so Frank Martin, is being tested and all bought John Powers' farm of 4X1 acres from Hogsett Acadimy Saturday. In Mndlsonat$i150 nnd T. J. Smith Fancy Veiling 5c a yard outrnged ns roK)rted. much who have seen It pronounce It a great vi ncres belonging to J. J. Powers at Joil. BSill.KMAN, Jit, of .Grays, 4c a yard I'lutd Muslins TlIK Junction City Maccabees havo trick. It Is easy to work, nns three 812. Mules brought $.10 to $77 nnd corn came down to see his father, who has Mr. J. $1.0.1 ut the sale. Iteglster. Cc a yard SG in Percales $1,500 hall building to locks to It and Is Inexpensive. contracted for a been quite sick, but Is convalescent. , tho popular bo put up nenr the Methodist church H. Illgglns has gone In with Mr. Mar-Tho farmers are making up for lost 21c each Mits. NannikSai-fi-KYMen's Work Shirts n In the manufacture ol the latchesand time by plowing early and lato these 'Lndy Principal of Stanford Femnlo nt that place. Tho tent thero Is grow they will put men In 75c each Men's Work Pants the Held selling spring days. Hardly a country man work ing rapidly and Is ono of the bct College, was In Danville yesterday. district and county rights und they al- hus been seen In town for a week und Ing ones In Kentucky. 49c each Men's Soil Hats Adrovnlo. , ready see millions In lt-AMX-ltNof business is experiencing n dullness on Mil. AND MH8. L. C. TlIK linkers have boon brought buck 5c a yard Choice Liwns Greutuburg, spontu day or two with from ItarlxHirvllIu, tho Commonwealth HOYI.K circuit court began yesterday uccount of It. OSc a pair Men's Dress Shoes Stock cuttlo are higher than they before returning from Dr. Kd Alcorn not being ready. Bnough .nooey has with Hon. It. C. Warren on the bench, the Presbytery. Judge Suutley being stilt unable to till have been for yeurs, ranging from 4 to been sHnt hauling thco men around E-A-IRW. II. Mfltl'llV, who was hero from to break n atnall-sl7e- d the iosltiou. Judge Wurren delivered it cents ner pound. Thero wero about State. :i00 nt tho Union Stock Yards on Montolls ns thnl ho Is now Sherman, Texas, the chargo to the jury nnd dwelt turtle- The prices mnko It almost like finding can get any of the above good Col- tt So.MKIlODY alarmed tho town Friday ulurlyouthu law ugnlnsl selling llq day, and were principally sold by tho And yon business manager of tt.cm I night ul I o'uluck by shouting that uors und that ugatnst ikkiIs, trusts and head and when weighed up wero found lego at that place. I nl1. II, VI J Ml In III'UCIUJ Miss Liwtn: Wali) Ai.lkn enmo, !,.....,.... IIIV- - . It........ BMIHU ..in.. Ulliu) combines. It being county court duy, to range as high us we state above. broth-rbut It turned out to bo either n chim- the session only extended till noon and Iexlngton Gaette. over Irom Mlllorsliurg with her Wo aro told by those who hnve lookSanford M. Allen, and spent several ney behind it burning out or tho moon the petit jury was nut selected. As the ed Into the matter, that unless killed going down and tho lire company wa docket Is light a dull court Is dav with tho Misses Woods. s from now on, Iho apple crop will be a MissTkvis CAKi'RNTKit spent ov not called out. STOCK HUIINKD. Tho barn'on S. It. tremendous one. T.ie same authorities .lnv nt hniiiL from College at P. O. ltOlillKltS. John Hills and Itlehmond. Miss Bugenla Mush, of Snode Keith, who pleaded guilty to tho Cook's farm burned Frlduy night und say that the prospects for n large cher with It At cattle, a pair of mules, u mure ry crop uro also very flattering. Henry while here. t TtneiiauVr. win her at charge of robbing tho and colt, buggy and other things. Smith sold Hiker Vanarsdall 200 bush of Mil. ASIlMltS. W. J. IlKYAST, were sentenced In tho U. S. There were IH1 cattle In tho bain, but els of wheal nt 03 cents. W. H. Lan Louisville, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. court, Hills to six months' In Nashville the rest got out. How the building sing sold to Charles Sullee 100 barrels A. W. Cariwntcr. George L. Carpen- penltentlnry and Keith lined S'0 und caught nobody knows us tho rool was $1.7.1. John Spllman, of Garter, who hns been In tho city, returned ordered to lull until ho serves out tho falling In when the llnmes were dis- of corn at rard, bought 1.10 sheep und lumbs from them. with . Calls for Clothing suitable for the occasion and you will ntcd seasona- - ffS tine, which will tuke about a month. covered. The cattle belonged to J. F. Sanders Co , nt $.1. Hurrodsburg 5 LKWIH D. SAMPsON, ILSQ., Is now ble goods. jvj Co., und wore Insured with. Stanford must not think mi badly of Cook I). Weuren for 2, 100 In the Hart- - Democrat. director of "The Chautnun.ua Olivers!-iy,- " Jesse morning sold to L. K. Itogers this Halnmoud, Inil. Ho llll retains Mlddlotboro as Hro. Wulton, of tho ford. Ho Ilgures that they will receive Joe Kindlg, of York, Pa , six business his eounectlon with tho Northern Indi- iNTKHinit Jul'itN'AU would make out about $1,700. The barn is a total los horses for $00. Monte Fox bought In Mr. Itoliert, of that place, has rented ana Law School Maiiy VausoS bus received the building next West of Pennington and wus Insured for $500 la ono of itev. Pulaski county 70 cuttle.welghlng from Miss It. 11. Muhony's companies, tho Phonlx !l."i0 to 1,0.10 pounds at about oe. Anderfrom tho Interior Department ul Wuh- .. I o.'s place and will oen a s.iloon. son A: Spllman bought yesterduy of Ingtou notluo that her application us Mlddlesboro News. Wo hardly underA HOLD burglary was committed at bclorn It bus been stand thu ubove, though there Is a ru- Anderson Carr's Frlduy night. Tho Itev. Godby, 700 bushels of old wheat at Amotlolngiittornoy ! Mur-se"vorably aotml on. mor that Mr. Huberts, who wus with window of the room In which C. S. 72 cents und 600 bushels from Mr. v Our immense stock nnd that wo nro never undersold, nnd our price 55 of Gurraad, at tho sumo price. Mil. B. C. W.t.TO lelt Friday night Anderson Curr in tho saloon business, Huynes and his wife wero iislccp, wan seldom equaled, It means JJn j They aro buying com nt $1 7.1 deliverMrs. I. N. Vauglum.of bus rented tho Pennington proerty. to join his ulster, raised nnd entrunce otTeeunl. Curr's ed. I M. Dunn bought l'i.1,000 pounds brother' Virglnlu, In u visit to their watch nnd chain und $1.75 In money Tin: jury at Lexington returned a und u atc!i und $1 In money belonging of hemp ut $1.7.1 per cwt. delivered In Mr. T. It. Wultoo, in Atlnntu, and re1 when It guve most righteous verdict Advocate. Huynes wore taken. Haynes did not Danville. turned this morning, ulior u brief but u Photographer W. B. Singleton .",000 to delightful mjoiirti. of tho The most gigantic llimor combination damages against Maj. T. J. Carson for awake till tho thieves wero out tit Dll. V. G. Hl'IlTON, who gradiiutid by their jumping out of ever engineered- - un amalgamation "of jSj 3 To do your purchasing of Spring nnd Summer Dry Goods, Clothing Now If ho can get his room und then shooting him. In medicine ul Vundor-i.i- l, u low days ugo tho window on some corn stalks. He ( ! Shoes, Hats nnd Carpets at und distillery Interests, with n . with his friend. Commonwealth's Attorney Al urouscd Curr und they set out to hunt whisky Hnlvi.i-.ltvNabvllle. Is united capital of $200,000,000-husb- een len, who went to see him commit a fel IS father, Mr. Win. H.irton, for u low thum. Marshal Nuwland wus no tilled practically completed in ull but the K .Mulilun ony, for a few thousands, It will be all und ho soon hud Iku Logan, John days, before going to Bovl-- r, smallest details In Chicago, when tho $ tho better. Singleton Is a native of this ' berg county, to locate. PayKvery Uny Know the DourIuvi ShoestBO county, where ho has many friends who Adams, Hill Hogle nnd Charles Miller men now controlling tho Kentucky Jfc Mkssiih. V, L. McCAKTY and Dan wero Indignant at his treatment by In hoe. Tho burglary occurred ubout I Distilleries and Warehouse Company intended tho Klngi-vllle- , Hester, of o'clock und by 5, ull four had been ar- llulsh urrungemenls for tho purchuso Carson and Allen, who went to his of silo of army mules at Cblckamauga, co to bulldoze him. Judge Georgo rested one at u time In different parts und ubsorptlon of nearly every distilbut bought none us Gu yeslordiiy, Denny was Singleton's counsel nnd al- of Macksvillo. They nil hud on their lery of rye whisky In the United they sold very blitb. About 100 were though Carson hud thu Silver Tongucd clothes and looked like they had not Stutcs. consoldutl!ito$i:t0. The .vlo will been to bed. Curr says there Is no A Cuban has Included In bis claim Hrccklurldge, It did not avail. tinue several days. doubt ubout tho guilt of Adams and for damages "an American Hag of was Dit. Nkion Mays, of Garrnni, Tin: members of tho South Bastorn Hoglo, for he recognized them as they morlno. $:U.H); ouo largo arm chulr, among tho doctors hero Friday and Kentucky Medlcul Society had a big ran through thu lumber yard ol Mr. A. $102: dwelling house, $1,200; hen coop, law paid us a cull. He Is u broiher-ln- time here Friday. Dr. B. J. Hrown C. Slno und ho Is almost us certain that $.100. und HO feet of lumber, $100." of Gov. Hrudley, but unlike him Is it presided In tho absence of tho presi- Miller was lu it. Tho trial wus called There Is u discrepancy lu tho ptico of CHILLEDdemocrut. Ho Is ulso n pretty good dent und Dr. Goodman, of Welchburg, yesterday before Judge Curson when lumbar, hen coops und residences which standing H feet It nnd wus secretary protein, tho regular Mr. Jos. H. Puxton upicnrcd for Is hard to uccount for. chunk of a man, u weighing.!:") pounds. Adams and Hoglo und Judge V. lv secretury likewise being absont. Insurunco men In Texas uro disturb- und pneumonia weru tho princi- Vuinon for tho other two. For some oil mur thu introduction of un untl- Mlt. G. L. PltiMCOTT und wife, of London, Bug., who made many friends pal subjects und they were debuted rcuson or other not apparent, except us tru8t blUi Blu)llttP l0 tll0 Arkansas law, while hero several years ugo, arrived with force und clcuruess. Twenty-twthojudgolaughlngly8uidthatthoStatolu thu SuUu Leegttturo. Insurunco Sunduy utid are at tbo Myers House. doctors were present und at night u only uys for ono trlul u duy, the cases l(J nrQ havlnj: a haril row w boo stylo was continued till 0 o'clock this morn- - ovorvwhoro, t Beems, and they will Our young men will bo glad to learn banipiut was served In llrst-ctathat Miss Hlancho King, who was with at John Meier's restaurant. Dr. Steele ,nU- either have to reduce rates or go out of If (light Is an evidence of guilt Char-- ; bUllll,U,lli them when hero before, Is still unmar- Hallcy was made toasiiuustcrundhacx celled himself und shed oratory like ley Miller Is a very guilty Negro. Ho ried and prattler than over. A tellchur 8Ud t0 her prlmury class Col. Hill. Drs. Poyniz, Kasonburg, created grent commotion us JuHrt,0ther duy: "If your futher gave For Sale by HAPPENINGS. LOCAL Scott, Adklns, Purkor, Mason, Ander- DoHonl wus tuKing tno uariouu duck iothor $7 today und $S tomorrow, son, Lilt. Pennington, Goodman, Hen-to- to Jail ubout fi last evening by jumping wml w)uW ho lmVoV" And tho smull . Dwelling on Lancaster ituK-r. ,, Bdmlston, Halloy, Hrown, Davison thofencothut encloses tho jail rcsl-- l . ,,onlur ruitllcsl: "She sticut. Mrs. Hottlu Novlus I Iw ,..,... 111... .. ' UOI1CO unu su ihiiik ui mu nnd Curs3iitoi rosHnded to toasts. iEiit 111 W0U(J haVO U lit, of liar presont und members of the medi- deer. Half the town wus out In un in. I .NOW huvo entire control Tho Loulsvillo A: Nushvillo will prob cal profusion wero Mrs. J. G. Curen- - stunt und after the fugitive, us he leap- ublv uot tbo contract to furnish tho pond. W. J. Holuoluw. row's , ler und duughtur, Misses nusli unill'a-vlon- ed fonces und broko for tull timber.1 Cincinnati Waturworks with Jelllco SuVUr" Mrs. Bdmlston und Mrs. Davi- Marshal Nuwland shot twice ut the coal. Tho total contract calls for tsJ.OOO GI1NTI.HMIW. 'lU '"u 5o,k Ul trousorsy son. Tho presldunl upimlnted Drs. A. Hying llguro, but fulled to hit thu mark, ton und is thu largest contract In anuo & Sons now Spring Will bo Wilkes Smith, G. T. Itamsey und B. J. which continued to lly till John Do I lord Cincinnati. Lou's W'anthp. -- Wulnut, cherry, Hrown to draft resolutions upon the heuded him olT und with unorring aim lit. Itev. John Ambrose Wuttorson, C. ouk, implar, ash and hlukoiy, A,. life and work of Dr. J. II. Foster, of brought him down with u rock. Then I). 1).. Bishop of thu Diocese of Colum Slno. Itlchtiioiid, Ky., who was ono of tho Mr. Clcuro lloynolds und John Novlus fr. in. O.. died suddenly yesterday. Ho , ,, , WobuNo ovorytlilug South Bastorn Kentucky Medical closed In on Mm ami us no was leu ouck Uul.y wuttcrson f!iKi'i.iMKN. -. 1... I " " .,. most valuublu and scientific to jailuiuiuiuo jeers oi v.o cwu .. Uuyn()lll( k,llcj undurweur i.')0 to 1. SovoraucoA: In members und who was un honor to his was as sorry, u looking Negro,,, you Ba Sous. Jonesvllle, Owen county, , r us M- town, county und State und tho highest would meet u u day s Uuve Fouii shures of Flrt Nutlonal Hank of un American cllien. Tho tho rock broko his collar bono und oth Mrs. Ann Stark, mother of Mrs. W. tock, belonging to the esuito ol Dr. G. typo will hold lis noxt meeting at Un-do- n blU Uml U d0"bl-- l Uwctt Prices. Work Guatautced. HurgULdled In Merce, Sl.0iiinUat'doJ;."U' sold prlvutcly yesterduy V. Hronaugh, July II. 3 - five-roo- A Rending, Tearing, Mutila- in tion of Prices. 1 tiO,-0- 00 ROWLAND & CO., mmm BEJLZLEY & C11TEE e, m Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. m x car-loa- & COME X" Curr-Uurdo- I. -- .- JOHN P. JONES. osl-o!ll- A HOT TIME 1 t t e, i PP IN WD 1 & MoneyNYourPocket SEVERANCE SONS. 1 11 Emsmgm;m&mv&mmmziBmmi& BUY THE Dlph-therl- o Oliver Plow -- ss And You Will Make No Mistake. The Best In The World. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. i.--i Lu-di- 1 - 1 ..-- II. MR EYES ! 's i ty ..ii Accurately Tested And Fitted 1 J, CRAIG&HOCKBR'S utilU. ' ft THE INTERIOR JOURNAL X No. No. No. No. 4 21 22 LIBERTY. SUlMCIt YKVIt IN ADVANCK eopaidma.BO will he charged. mr When not Is? aralMH iETOiUf lMm TIME tin KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 8 ArrrlTcs at Stanford at 1 I 10 A. K. Stanford at Arrlres at llotafand at 12.00 nay. 2 30 P. M. Leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. M A. M. No.M No. 15 Ho. Me. 14 Train going North a " " .. South ....... ...... 12 S? 2 41 i... ................ 1 13 . pm a, am in .l ap t JRO'lOU For altll'olnta. TICKETS SOLD. IIAUUAOE CHECKED T11UOU01I. iFor any Information enquire ot JOE S. niCE, Agent, Stanford, Kj. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. j r. v., Trains leaee Frankfort at 7 A. . an.l onnectlng at Georgetown with Q A C. and reach-la- g 10 r. H. I'arli rrls at 8:40 a. m. rami 5 connecting LeaT(leorge-tow- n at M., tt:U a.m. and 5.30 reaching Frankfort at 1.1S with ((.AC. and M n.l 7 1(1 josEni P U. n. newton. a. o. r. a. QUEEN & CRESCENT. I shocked. And if you should happen to suffer from a similar suto of destitution and be a bachelor to boot, you will be sure to bo much Interested. A teeming hope will pervado your soul. Visions fitifin of combs, brushes, mirrors and barbers will riot throuph your head. And in Wrlto to our Doctor: CI W hare the eirluilve ..rvlfee your fancy the sweet words nnd smiles cf ioro. of tb tno.t .mln.nt 1.7.1 Un in ihe I'rili.d Vrlte of that bowltchlng widow will be yours prompt fr.ly end recelre a Matei. reply, without rot. again, bringing with them a sensation AddrtM, DP.. J. C. AVER. like unto tho pouring of tree molasses Lowell. JIaji; Made from pure all over you. But don't go and raise a cream of tartar. conversation with him and let it drift Into hair restorers. For that man is an In the Impostor. eguarcls food shado of hisThose raven curlsof hair. hat brim aro not C. He only saw a photograph enlarger picsuppljingsome hair to a deficient ture and hired him to paint some on The Alum biking powders are the greatest his barren scalp. meaacers to health, of the present day. Whoever, even In these late days, Stanford, Ky., nom tAuNa rowota ca, m took. ties one end of a string to his neigh bor's weather boarding and gets oil And about 50 yards and rubs rosin on tho Is Receiving liis end can sometimes still have fun other Winter Goods. It is a ludicrous thing to hear bed steads in the act of being piled against Goods Warranted. doors, to see lights spring up and sudFit Guaranteed. denly, go out to hear a strong young Give Him a Call. man declare In terror that a tiger lg or hear the head of climbing tho house tho house tear oil the celling in bis par- TlnZICE - K - JAieEK ! lor room In search of a colicky rat. But later, after hours when tho insldo of the house has been demolished and all sorts of theories have been advanced and rejected, It Is a solemn thing to see tbo family in tho chilly raiment of tho Owensboro Messenger. night march out of their homo, which Ziltloa. they believe to bo haunted by tho lowAnd Dealer in ing ghost of their long dead Jersey and UREV WOODSON, "2ABNE3S, SADDLEEY, &0. ssek u dormitory In your parlor. anr atldreu until Though tho explanation that must fol- Will lie lent toMaieuunieniioiiibr the IVruocratlc STANFORD. KY. low may be very perilous, If you don't ONLY 15 CENTS. lovo your neighbor entirely as yourself, try It on him oneo nnd risk it. A new Will lawp you ikMttfil uion alt haAe of the ot eriior race and 'laiecaiujMifii, iireiy evrrf iacitizen of Liberty had a very uncanny pnr lnz Iff iiits In t a in rw night last week and AiUress, Till. MhSSKNil.lt,(Upn.!-- or Ky experience one n . .r since ho has leurncd of its probable cause Is vainly hankering after tho Tbo Favorite Lino names of thoee who made his night Tralna pan Junction City ai follow!' Thursday and staid until Sunday. Mo. 1 South .....11 02 p m No. 2 North..... 4 11 p m If you como to Liberty soon and see 8 4? a in II SO a in "4 " No. I " ...lSlpm an elderly Rcntlcman, whom you may Ho. 5 " ......II 2 am " 6 " 6O0am " ...... S 03 p m "10 " No. hopelessly baldhcaded No. 1 and 2 do not atop. 0 and 10 run no fur- know has been ther than Junction Clljr for 10 years, you nre likely to be mildly Grant Klchardon wag Riven n divorce from his first wlfo last Monday and was married to Mfca Kuto Cnrml-chon Wednesday. Felix Twldwcll caught sorao Rood bns in tho river last week and at pres ent has tho best record for tho year. W. D. Stagg, .1. H. Sumo nnd others are cloo behind ldm tliouch. Somebody In tho iNTKttlOlt JOCHNAL nfilrr. owes Mr. Achillea utpicy, oi color, an nK)loRy for putting an r In his front narno and making It "Arctiiiles. Achilles of Greece suffered a similar affront, but scorns to resent it. Next county court will bo norso Btiow day and a lotof nice stock I expected. Casey county Is coming out of tho kinks in tho horso raising lino and a good deal of money is brought In.toJt by tho sale of Rood horses. Mr. John Steele Carpenter, In tho North end of tbo countv. has In the laat year sold four of Denmark's for 11,003 and rcfus o3 $.100 for another one. Mlsa Beatrice Wells, of Junction City, visited Miss Josta Sharp last week. Mrs. Florence Godby and Mlsa Killo Godby, of Middlcburg, visited Mrs. Q. C. Godby last week. John Capebart has his new store house on ITustonvlllo street about complete. Miss Rose Aud, of Louisville, has opened a millinery store here. Wilson Coots moved into his elegant now resi dence last week. James Drown and Marion Humphrey went to Jamestown el nave you o seen Sick m Perhaps you hive had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a alow fever; or possibly some of the children are ust getting over the measles or whooping cough. Are you recovering at fast as you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of Impurities? And Isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but Sheriffs : Sale FOR TAXES. JOHN II. MILLER Ian candidate for tho !,gUtnturr. etiliject to of the. democratic party MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho PonmstroGs Plain and rlilonfitilo I'lttlnir a "v,.Mlt ewln? ( HON. M. I NORTH Announce !M Wnter Wt.rk ntlllK unit ft State ahdCounty Monday, May Oth. 1899. the odlce of llerrrinntitirt fnim tlm county nf l.lnrotn, auliject to tlm action of the ranilldnrv for to A. JONES, HENTIST, w 3STOTIOE. Notice l wniiirni tiii: kvtiiiiiI'iiiiii wU nom. Ill STONVM.I.I'.. two lieKlniilnK Tkm Iietwrcn the hours at tho cotilt house coln county, Ky.. lilchcst bidder fur the State anil County Taxc for the years W S. BBAZLBY, 1). D. shown opposite the name, the follow lug Ky. property, r an much thereof a' may he to pay al'l taxes. Thla list Teeth Extracted Without Pain I neicary will be puMlahcd oneo a week for four With Vllnllml Air. l'lij.lclan In nlteml-Alicweeks and the namei will tlliappcar is TS Office. In the New Thoninon llulluln(. .im n the ta nnd cot aro paid. of advcttislng SI 60. llarriinl county & White (t.tk Turnpike Itoail Uoniiuint. not heretofore presented nml iw..m1 tiMn liy the. Ilo.inl nf Plrectora to prreent arnt to me ofaiild Comp-iny- , I' of 9 t. M i proven on iir iieroro iiiur'Uiy imix-ritluor In Stanford, Lin prll Sftli, Ikiw. W II TIIVYI.OK 1'ie.ldent 1 will expose to the In band to pay cah nRtlnt the !tniiforif, Hit niter, lietetiy Rlren to all tieroont MONDAY. APRIL 17, IOOO S, e. LniicaNter, Ct .65 STANFOIU) DKST. NO. W 1. DR. W. L. LOWDER, PHYSICIAN AND DKUOOIST, fifro There 1 X mKr which no pnrt of our husinrs I1ITK Okcof. Mlkel lot. Hums, Martha Hrs. 30 acres Carrier. Mary A. 1 acre Utilize aw A Menefeo 2 acres Murphy, John 3 acres Odenr, Thos. 30 acres Perkins, Sim 51 acres hal Straiten, Wm. G3 ncres Spoonainorv, K 8 1 1 acres Wood., Shi lly (N. K.) 4 acres Gooch, William 30 acres Carson. I'eadly N. U ) 1 lot Lacker, William 1 lot Siewnrt, UnrrUon 10 acres IIaden, Tim 1 lot acre HajH, Wil lam Mejreri,JeMl lot Miililltton, Tom 1 acie lA)Ran, Mary 12 acres Whitley, tircen 5 acres Clt.VIl OIICHAHD D1ST 0.70 McKlNNICY, - KlCNTUOICV. doe not receive its full hare of attention and the tlockf of - 1.15 I'reect Iptlons Cnrefullv ('omiaiunded Dar or (Ptf.in Nl(ht. 8 0S Bituns MJCLUCIXICM we carry are not 200 -- 0.05 3.S5 3 85 NOTICE TO FARMERS. I TOIIJCTOOOUH surpassed hrnny In tho AND liareun hand nml for tale rtanfohh colored. FORTY BROKE MULES. city. Our Prescription Department, however is cotulilerctl the mont lniortnnt and the utmost care Is I'xcrolecd in compounding and filling orders. The purity of the drug ensure ieifvrl results. ntcd and abso- RoVal ties from your blood. It is also a tonic of immense value. Give nature a little help at this time. Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood. If your bowels are not just right, Ayer's Pills will make them so. Send for cur book on Diet in Consti- - It will remove all Impuri- Will ell from tine to a rnr-loa- il M A Ixi LW FEED AlfD SALS S7ABLS. LIVESY, 30 II ( l'OX I tH 932, llaorl'le Kv (SV) "5 -- . 1- -M -' 1 20 50 20 j A. S. PRICE, Sorgoon 5& -- " lute accuracy in ineauiing and weighing NO, 1 1 Dentist, lru Stanford, Ky. Offioaeeer 1ST Mcltolrrt,' XJg HErHvJ Penny's Drug Store. Store In the llwilej ! Baking Powder Saf the against alum H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall jx.cciiAy jjyLgi Adams John P 50 acres- Ilaler, Smith 2 acres v Ilrown, J. J. 170 acres Illand, Iten 71 acre lluhrcar, John 00 acres Ilrock, Green 70 acre hal Caraon. (,. W. 5 acre Delatiev. Mrs. Kate 53 seres T II. 500 acre, bal n..t,ni,.i. n.o l lot FarrK Iteubcn 160 acres Hamm, Johnson I). 100 acres Hampton, J T 75 acres Jones. Mrs l' W. 1 lot King. William 2 acres bal Miller, William S. 50 acrct Martin, Geo. (N. It ) 50 acres Noaks, Kliiabetu 60 ncres Kogers, nintr.. BROKEN BICYCLES .. 2 1 2.05 Semi ihem to Till: DANMl.l.i: t H No 11 H.Ct),I'NM IK - 3 5' S6 ,. 2 76 . 1.15 .. rtATIsTAlTION Third M. HI AUANTI.I II. K. ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Only the liett rompnnies represented Impiirics solicited, 12, It. II. MAIIONY, Agt, Stanford. LIFE &c FIRB, 4.5 . CO SIPIESIHSTO-- , 799. Trees, Plants, Vines. 3 12 Krult ami Ornamental Treii, Shruta. and eeery thine 'or Dnharil. 1 10 Small I'rult Ijtwnnntl t.anlen We employ no agenU, ... (il5 but m'II illrxt at reaMinatdn prices Mrnw-iwr- rr 3.yj anil Tree Catalogue on appllrntloii to II K lllI.LKNMKVEIl, ... 7.31 TtleplianeSTD, llOI-iIilncton. Kv ... 3.15 - J. T. SUTTON, Unrtortolcor, .:. .so Smith, Smith, Smith, 15 CENTS. Twlce-A-Wee- k UNDERTAKER! ( Editor Curtis, Delaney, Henry 3 acres bal Holme, Alex Hrs, 1 acre Klcc, Pete 1 acre ICoes, Mary 4 acres Itice, Andy 1 acre Kicc, Mary 1 acre Welch. Win. 2 ucrcs HUSTONV1LLK WHITS. Kentucky Hustonville, 2.15 anil hereby We have 'ported our laad ... 1.15 Offers his serelree la the ode efWest Lit role warn all nersona from trv.nas.lne on tlieru . . .55 for any puroe whstofer. nniler ienalty of and Casey cvuutlr. Kull stock of CorSosaod Cask-et- a alwaeson band. 1 IK) ... the law pruviueu in aucn cases. John 25 ncres I), B. C.rinur. M.n.j.r; T I. NEWLANK. S. II. IIArnilMAN. 10 ncres Geo. W. W. IIAUailMAN, A. M I'KNCK. ... 1.05 J. K. lATTKItSO.N, M H llAftlllMAN, B. Llirabcth )H) acres Mil V tlltlMFJ, SHANKS, - 1 50 8. II. LYNN Mrs. J. L 130 acres J E. IIHUCK. E J. MIIS. U. D. bIMPSON, Pror.. V M WAKE. CIAI1 OIlCIIAItll COIXIBEP. J. II. JdcKlNNEY J H OWtH.KY H - 1.15 A.M. EFXANII. : Win. V ticres.....T ,.. qSTEHD. i.n Mason Hotel rirst-cla- ,.. .25 J. .30 II. McKINNKY.TIniU-m- l Laud. Lancaster, Kentucky. .. ... 100 .65 1.00 .30 .. .. . Lincoln County National Bank. Capita! .MccMUfl.O'Ni. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd Porters '.able. Everything 80 meet all trains. TO THE FARMERS All nations urn learning tliU lemma ! DIST. NO. 4. 2 60 1.00 1.0.5 Surcor toTti ranurr atij llank A Trut Cruan7 umlrr tame tiianiicrmen. conllnu- oiuly fur J Iran. e))fiiiUiriMif-iirHiKgamBt!gg((- 3 IaOTJISVILLE so hideous. NAI'.IIOW tjCAI'l.. word, written hr JIr Ada K Hait.ol D. ' Haa taken with a bad wild which witledou iiijr lunir ouli net In and llualljr ler I 'our duclor. k.to iub initiated In lontumiition up, aarlui; 1 coulil me Mil a tuori nine, i uivmJI mi to tuv Savlr. detenulliel If I could nft Hajr wllh injf Irlend on earth, 1 would meet i.ijr abwntuuee al.ive. My hu.land wa adw-- e 1 ! Dr Kills'! .New IHcoerjr fur C'oiiMiinpti n I H' it a trial. t'.k in allI Conslia and Cold eiiiht liiitlo. li lianurrd me. aud thiuk and now a well and healllit w .wan am lilal l.illli. (rev at l'enliy'i Drug Siore IUu .u lwVn and SI (iiur.ntwl or pri.e reii.uJed A Compton, Ivi2 acres Duncan, Thos 0 acres (livens, MUsS. J 00 acres Linthlcan, Mary 107 acres. Yatigul A lluchanan 05 ncres... Wilcher, Geo. 50 acres WllksTHOJi. L. P. 1 lot hal Preston, W. G. 2 acres lIUSTllNVllLf. tOLOKHU, Solicits Your Bank Aocount. IIolcic-ucl- 2 00 1.10 ttutluexi rt4altun Iii iti'.iri oils. lll!foe 125 3,3.1 l.b5 1.75 2 17 2.17 1 50 1 J.J.J.M.Oa.ley, Williams, CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Kvcnlng from Stution, lOtli ami llroadway. Passengers ilet.irini information and rates to Wisconsin. .Minnesota. .Nebraska and points in the far West, Including California, should address Frank V. l'n-io- (rotn,S ' Thankrul Ay J rttr 'HkOklv Anderson, Isaac 4 tion GIvciik, Adniii 7 aires Ilrown, IM 1 ncro 'imliii.Hl..li. A. W. I'snyliter, W. II, ijuiniiilo", J. I! l.ynu. oKIKIilM Sr AImi llnir lilted with the moui'V can lint uuliial- - only perfect lt(II.Li:it IIKAItlMlM In rtUt. n.nurlug at nil ttniell;hti.t draft und A full line of repairs ulwin. ItuiKt'.t life Lupt on hand. It snow time to miw iiiils 1 prepare ground proierlt Imt tho t.l)rt e Osborne Farm Imple-- 0 incuts Succeed Where others fall, tuot t'aiKM.iulh our Illn- lr and Mowers tneir jwrrwiion creii. Ited to living built of the licet material that I llc Harrows !e our llay Tulilers I'llANK lltll.Tf.t'LAW rItunforiI, n ff n QyiiCCs - joJ.1 iWarToa i lt KioutiK ..& ail .1 J rv The Dlre:tILlna Froa Cincinnati Via J. Heed, Gen. Pitts. Agt . K. II, Itacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. II. McDoel, Vite-Pre&. Gen. Mgr Charles II. Hockwell Truffle Mgr (. soutiiGrn Rallwarj THE SODTI'S l!LM l PHNETUATEh PIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Teunesaoe, Virginia, Georgia North unit Houtli Carolina, Alubumu. Mississippi Through Sleeping Cars three: oaily trains IEacU way between Louisville uud Lvnlugtou W A. ' Jletweeu Louisville am1 Hie houtli TUltK. O I' A . Washington. I). C W I' A II. TAYLOE. Ky Louisville. A O Tho C. & O. hus struck upon u not el way to udvcrtlsq tho scenery ulong Its line. Tho company Is sondlng out thousands of decks of pluylng curds. Tho cards aro of tho finest playing material, and on each one is pictured a econo oo tbo C. & O. Hoc. llliind, Hon 71 ncrw trains on trains eviry weekday, Ilrock, G. A. 33 ucriM uetall theollto arrived together, but' hundar 'ullniauand W ur Mivp-L"' er. on uiii lit trains, es il.ulel lartur Carrier, Jas. W. 23 acres turned their backs to tho stage and I arson day trains. ) l&n,lc- - ,0 Chipman, Mrs. M. K.(N. talked until tho third act, when, aftora 3 45 Cooley, MrH. Sarah II. 4 acres burst of applause, Nevada was roundly 1.M Oraln, HeeklahlO ncres hissed. At Madrid tho Quoua Hcguni 1.20 Hrs 10) acres Kiihanks, 4 Indus tiery weekday. was informed of tho occurrence. Her trains ou Sunday. Vtli.uled trulim, llillmau Faulkner, K P. (N. U ) H 0 acies... 4.55 Majesty invited Nevada to a solrco at Heeliluif Malidard ttsd lonifartuient Cjri, 1'arlur t'ars and Cafe UlulugCar.. Gains. G. S 15 (teres palace, und presented to her a dia tho 3 15 (lilllth, W. 1) (N It I li0 acres inond and sapphire bracelet. 120 Cincinnati To Indianapolis. Jeckley.J (N It.)40 acres Ctraiuseiery wetkday hl'AIN'S lllil.ATEST Nhl.D. Kemper, K W. (N It.) 100 acres..., 2 35 I Irales ou rtunday. 3.00 Mr It. 1' IHlTla.of llaaielona, hpaln, pend 111. Leech, W A.12 acres . llbttk .iwrirwri huil iuiiihI IniuHii lll.n 00 "treiepaliulu tlie liAik of hit head, tin uaiiiK Nichols & Ilohbitt 1 acre Fast Daily Service to i;iwlrU' Hitters, America 2.60 lireaie.l mi.i ana Iteclor, Tom 35 acres Nerie Itemed), all lulu Muii lelt him. lie eavi 1.75 thlaxraud meilklue It what hi. country neeU Itolilns, Wm. 10 acres All amerlca kiiuaa that It turn liver aud kldnejr 2.75 trouhle. luirlllti. liitf hluod. tone uu the aloiuach. Pally Pullman and IVajfiier Me'rs I'arlor Cars Koynolils, W. It. 80 ncres ou Day 'trains. kireiiifineua l lie nvrrea, puis viui, vii;ur aim uew 210 Howland, U. A. 45 acres life I taeferr muscle uerteaid oiitanoflue hoUy 3 00 II wtak. lorallluii eouuetil It .. lerr Mine- J, O Masox, General houlheru Ak'"'. .. ... renuy, iiru(Sims. F. M (N It) 40 acres ..:-. unit. fviiu guaranteed, only W J, LKiliv.lrav I'au AkI.. Kuotrllle.Tena Slaughter, Herman (N. It.) 05 acres .75 rattle Manager I), II Kiiwaans, I'sm 2.76 Burner, Sing 18 acres Cres-ceTo TUB NOHTU Tho Queen & 2.85 Chuttunoogu and sur- Ttibbi, David (N It ) 125 acres Tho beauty of Houte lias Inaugurated u survlcu 2.35 Vinson, Alonio 05 acres of observation cars on tbo famous Blue roundings, and its historic associations, 2 30 It.) 75 ucres jpiako It a dolightful pluuo to visit at White, It. L. (N. Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati 2 75 Wilcher, Jerry 27 acres and Lexington. Free parlor cars uud any time; but It will bu doubly uttrua- lt'O Woods. J. II 24 acres Queen & Crescent stundurd vestibuled tivo during the Spring Festival, which 1.85 10 acres will occur thoru May 2d, 3rd und 1th. Young, D. C day couches. Four trains dally to Cin(OLOBKU. WAYNlAUUIili tho most brilliant cinnati with close connection with ull It will bo one of 2.10 Boone, J. N. 3 acres tuilns North. Queen & Crescent trains ullalrs over known In this country. The Q. Si C. will make u rate of one faro for arc without u peer in the South; 17 from all points South of miles shortest line, unequalled train tho round-tri- p ' Somerset. W. C. Illncurson, G. I'. A. service. 1 Kmma Nevada, tho Hist American singer to appear in Spain since the war. was hissed at Seville. Tho opera wus Luela di Lamuiermoor. In tho second, Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, To- lliinlett. John 2J acres 1ml Cloyd, Jolin Hrs 10 acred Trico M trhtli lucre Moreland. ltoht. 6 aorost ImI Morton, Annie I. nun Powell, lien 1 lot Sandlilgo, Tom 2 across TooibH, J S. 5 ucros v WAYNI-SIIUIIG S. II. ehanks J F C.li, J II Owsler FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. tf'Mt.) II Mianki I'reletil, 2.17 b. J. II OsMty.t j.liler. M. llrlht,As.t 2.50 10 3.28 2.76 UFSTlMOIIH. KV. 1.10 Hi (ahler FIRST NATIONAL BANK 5100.CCO. fflMlt.l Urw'ul 2iMtv in Soiiilifant Knr iullm fniiu III Mifurl Hiif Writ art U ,i fermlM iitUHtry UiUklr M'UU1 frruMiir irtulf fri.i m ( , trai ,K , lutky. (aiini) i,' un.rmi in a irtMln A.I Ir. H.'I 1" tt i 1, Ky t7t M f.i fHfl-M- u DIST. NO. 3 WHITS. Capital Stick Sarphi, 517.320 Michigan And Canada. the lie TblalilltutlouorlnlnllxntaMlthelaa 1.75 Kj.lt lUnk of .Stanford In lsa.s, tlten rer)(auliedu -- " the National llauk ofhtanWrd In ImU audaalo reornsiiUelasthe In DEDICATION or iMC FAMOUS Klfit Nathiual lUnkof Stanford Cincinnati To Chicago. A Issuashadprattlttilljr suuuluUTrudedeaUl eniefor It years. It Is Utter su'lld now will laclllilf fur trausaitlug bu.lness roniitly and Ilk KENTUCKY MONUMENT AT TMC U-at- erallylhaueser Urtoroln Its acdlndlsldualssolltlled. Ileld, Lincoln Co.; S.T. Harris, ' V. long aud honorable Notional Mil! lory AT Park, career. Areuuuts o( indisiauais,nauiaries,Driiif m D1HICTOIS. J, W. Ilayden, Stanford H. IICKAflAUfiA a MAY II. lUujhuiau, " Kansas City and the West J. S.llixker, W.l". Waltou T.IMIII1, 3rd, " Btanford W. A.TrlbUe, J. U ColUer.Crau Orcb'd M. " J. Miller, Ml. Vernon 1899, M.OEIuiore, IH Rates (iFrora CINCINNATI and all points In V 1 orricaas, J 8. llocksr, l'resldint; J, J. Mcltoheru Cashltr, A 1 MrKlnner AsiUlagtr.bler KENTUCKY TO FARMERS. i QUEEN AND via the S. M. Owens, Sheriff. bushels run. .proof seed outs for Chilled Plows nnd Itepalrs, Malta Cultivators, bust In thu world llLvrlug Itoll uud Hull lleurlug llluilurs, lletrlug Hull and Hull lleurlug Mowers. Mo)er lluckbourds und Hugcles. llardeu Plows aud Ioublu ft hovels. All kinds of furniture and any piece or kind of llurnesuMiu want. Cult uu a I). H, CAHl'ENTKlt. Hl'sto.sili K, K'r. 500 r CRESCENT ROUTE CKAB.M7.ZSLL. " Die, TaWr A(t , B. ". PassT Ait.. T. W1VT. Jawr and Ttek.l Act ,TKC,'"L U ..