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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 21, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899042101_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 21, 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. jWVCT"J". - ' SSifTO - ' yaV' " V-t- T SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV111. NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. MT. 181)!). 10 A. M. NO. 15 IV, i VERNON. NOTKS ON A TItIP TO ATLANTA. CHINCHES AND PREACHERS. I bavo written so much ubout Atlan-bl- e l, The total output of Dlbles by all III- scare Is oor at l that I feel a delicacy In offering tho thu patient having recovered. societies since 1S0I Is 0,000,000. do to ?m. J. W. Drown hat rented tho II. II. P.ev. J. H. Dew, of tho Daptlst following "Jottings" on my recent visit (' K Naught of London, wa awardHaker property ncd will move his fam- church, hold tt meeting at Loltchlleld there. Naturally fond of the place, I I nn old expression used by miners In looking for gold. When you conic to our ed n mall cuntnici In Ohio storo nnd gel our hnrgnlns it in n ily from Aransa Harbor at an early with KS additions. had moro reasons than ever for looking L, II. Hurt was elected preldent,nnd Ilov. J. I. Wills, Harrodsburg, has forward to this trip. An only sister C S, Harrlii, ocrutnry, of tho Adair date. ' A young ron arrived at tho home of Just closed a meeting with Sulem Dap- - ws to visit my brother, T. P.. Walton, county fulr association. who killed Thoma P L. Thompon last week and In con- list church In which there were nlno anil It wus to bo n partial family reun- Jaine Wiley, Ion all present but onu. It was to ma Murpliy nt Sylonin church, In MadNon, sequence tills staunch d moo nil Is all additions. smiles. Tho Chrlstlnn church at Lancatter n delightful occasion and ono that will That you are getting all that l In It. Our fine line of was acquitted on a plea of Knight of John Do I lord and John Pitman had a decided by a vote of -1 to :M to use an linger long In my memory. Since we A dlntrlct convuntlon, Pythian, wilt bo hold In Danville May dllllculty In which several shots were organ, after having done without one WL're last together my sister hus been mado a widow and the thought of her ono seriously wounding Until for years. 1(1, when 200 or moro visiting Knights tired, z.. ii m Dellord, u sUtcr of the former. Dlfliop J. C. Granberry, of Ashland, feurful loss was tho only mar to our ' vJ are exHjcti'd 51 Ca.t W. W. Ilradihnw, V. M. Stu- - ThoC. W. II. M. met with Mrs. Va , attended the district conference at happiness I did not go over Atlanta much but I Tin: paicns wi: auk now sixling it is a pics and O. W. ltoblnson have bought Georgia Hire. Tho W. C. T IT. eho-- o Durgln, and eeoral other noted divines could readily tee thut the good city Is out tho Columbia Mllllnir Co, said to delegates for thu district convention. were present. Is entitled to four delegates. San Francisco Daptlsts nro making keeping abreast of the times If not a ) This union bi worth i 100,000. Atlan-mer- it Popular ltd Sherman, of tho Clneln- - Tho open meeting of the W. C. T. L great preparations lor the entertain- - little uheud of tho procession n ot delegates to the National con- - ta people do business In n moro last Saturday evening was ono of thu nail Southern, na gone "" " . of Daptlst societies, to bo held ness like way. build more To say nothing of the other good tUngn in train a conductor niter u two I est over held Mrs. W. T. Smith tender stye HATP, SHOES AND ' bouses and walk faster Services wero opened by read there next month. than those of yearn' logo of It us trainmaster. UNDERWEAR. uny Southern town In myjknowledgo. ing by tho chairman and prater by Dro. The protracted meeting In progress Cnpt. Thomas Tharp, who has been In tho county dork's olllco of Madison Mills. Mtsi Grade Cocks presided nt at the Christian ohur-- h, conducted by With people of such enterprise and since tho memory of man runnolh not tho organ. A touching poem win road Uov. William Forest, of Michigan, is' la.ot It Is not surprising to know thut to tho contrary, has resinned as dop- - by Mrs. Nesbltt: a temperance selection attracting much Interest and nccom- - Georgia's capital docs not linger In the by Miss Georgia McPerrran; talk by pllshlng much that is good.- - Up to background. my Several business buildings, regular by bunday evening there had been J. A Carpenter, Perryvllle, (iib-o- n Mrs. Sorogjs; an appropriate Mrs. Scott and u good nildroM by Dr. additions Mt. Sterling Democrat. "olV scrapers," havo been put up since us of tiiu death of Creed He was 4fi IajvoII. Miss Lena McCluro sang, "Tell Ite James McDonald, u victim of I wa there in '07, but the one deserv- yesterday of consumption. jearsold nnd Ieasa wife and son 1 Mother I'll Do There,-- ' in her Usual the opium habit, was sent to Lakcvlew ingof most mention Is the Prudential, beautiful manner. W. P. McClary and Asylum Tuesday at the request of his which Is indeed u thing of beauty and years of age. dllllcully ut 1'ltt.diurg lastSatur other joung men gave excellent aid futher. tho Itev. Dr. Donald McDonald. Is no donbl u Joy to the owner.who gets In a ilay cvenlnir, Charles lllaek was snot In with tuinperaneo music. Mist Kute a Presbyterian divine and synodlcnl enough rent out of It each month to tho head nml Henry Driver In th arm. Moors and Mrs. I o vol I distributed u missionary for the church In Kentucky. I buy u pretty good blue grass farm. It No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Ilhu'KU believed to bine a serious large amount of litcratoro. Dro. Mill Hols .10 years old and hus been located 8 nine stories high, covers nearly u j square and is us white us marble. will preach u temperance sermouou the ut Drookville. An ," wound, tendon Echo. WS4- -! i iy Tho city lias experienced ono of tho, other building, the Knglleh .V Amorm O II McCIUtor, of Adair, Is&Oyours evening of May 0th. : "Happy the bride on whom tho biggest revivals ever known In Its his-- , lean, is one of the things worth seeing old and has never owned a knife, pistol, I an overcoat or a alr of oversluxm-- . and sun shines," U an old saving and true, tory the utt (our ivceks, nnd tho good '" Atlanta. It Is in the shape of a tri' It was not hceatiso he wasn't able to as all regard a bright wedding day as work Is still in progress Tho meeting angle. Is II stories high and built ul ttolng u good omen Such a day was at tho M. P.. church had uptolastnigbt most entirely of steel. buy them, says tho News. Peachtree Street Is beautiful Just Sunday, April llllh, when Dr. G. II. I.V convert. Of those Xi havo joined F H Hansford, of Somerset, commander of tho Kentucky division Sons Lawrence, a prominent physician of the Methodist church; 31, tho Daptlst, now with its large, green yards nnd Maj Held magnificent shade trees. Just beginning of Veterans, has Just lesued an order our town, led to tho marriage altar and V2 tho C. P. church to bud out. Atluntians are proud of that tho annual oncampmeut of the MUs Maltlu Newcotnb, one of our most Mirror. The Manual of tho Presbjlerlnni this street und justly so. Tho houses Men are ahvajs ndmlrcil. No one is unlcsi his Kentucky division will. bo held May haniWomo und charming young ladles. Tho marriage occurred at tho home of church here howg that the church tare elegunt, thu streets aro jierfection, 15 111, at Newport. girls who tho brldo where a number of friends raised Jl.LMO.'JO lust year for tho va- - whllo the pretty black-eyeMls Ann Mary Taylor, of Nicholas-vlllm ID will represent Kentucky a spon- had assembled in honor of tho pleasant rlous funds, tho Sunday school, t'.i'J o(S;j live on it aro good for sore eyes. . Ijidli-h- ' Aid Society, 4120: tho Georglu women aro noted for their sor at the Confederate Veterans' reun-Io- n UTeut. Dro. Mills olllclated In melt un tho M I .mlios' Missionary Society, pretty black eyes and are mostly good 10.1.1 ami agreeable manner that hOinu of the Young In Charleston, S. C . May JiVi, Lamest Workers $15.07, making a looking. It Is a pity though that us a Mlts Kathleen Poynu, of Hlehmotul, young ladies prctenl resolcd to hao 'v. htm attend their own weddings in the totul of Jl,tl!s7.04. The membership Is rule they ure.not a little stouter. I lm KOI will bo maid of honor, ltd, 15 being received during the ycur aglno that in evening dress they would Hetrayal seems to bo tho surest road near future After tho ceremony all Coat cutters aro like all other workmen, some better than others My 5.) ending March 111. not compare favorably with our Ken clothing is all bought from houses whose coat cutters are as near per- - jM to marriage In Mercer. Theodore ltob- repaired to the dining room where an Writing of tho decision of the Wal tucky beauties. (M) feet as can be gotten. lnson married Lucy Wilson tosUpbus-tard- y elegant repast awaited them. Wo ex Mr. C. K. Crow, a former Lincoln proceedings and Owen Deano tend to this hundaome and worthy nut Street Daptlst church, of which ho Is pastor, to fire all the whisky men county man, Is ono of a great many who made Matnlo Hungate his wile rather couple our best wishes for prosperity who do not give up their business with' have made money In Atlanta. He can than pay for tho consequence of his and happiness. Miss Ida May Adams, who will grad In a year, Dr. Katon says in his West still bo found ut tho Mtller-Brud- y sta sins. f:l Dr. Kobcrt L. Combs, tho slayer of uate with honors at Caldwell College In drn Recorder: Tho effect has been ble, where he has the confidence of Madison, was May, has been Invited to enter the marked and various. In tho church not only that Arm, but tho thousands Charley Wllloughby In Is general feeling of relief. Even who ship mules or horses there to bo placed under arrest and his bond fixed Stanford oratorical contest. Mlrs Ad there I can suit you in style, and prices arc cheaper than you and I will see Kk would not allow his ams Is ono of tho finest elocutionists In those who did not fuor tho action feel sold. at g,!00, which he them again soon. Beautiful patterns elegantly trimmed and prices rS thut It was inevitable, and It Is Just as Is growing, hercltyof Whllo Atlanta " friends to glvo, for fear of arousing tho this sec'.lon. J. W. Nesbltt was in low Indeed for quality of goods TERMS CASH. bf animosity of tho Wllloughby brothers. from Virginia this week. Mrs. M. C. well to have It como now. Ono of tho tho dead Is growing also. In fact, in Miller has been quite ill. Prof, and liquor dealers declares that he will pro- the large cemetery, lots can not be had allowed a guard. Ho was accordingly Mrs. L. M. Scruggs have returned from ceed to get out of the business us rapid- at all, because tbov aro ull bold. West In tho Doylo circuit court Thomas Danvlllo. Mrs. It. L. Thorn and ly us practicable und thut ho wilt cer- View cemetery, with u beautiful loca IForbes, a whlto man, pleaded guilty to family aro thu guests of Mr. and Mrs. tainly bo out before this year is out. tlon, hus recently been opened and fit a horse from Jubal Poster, and W. stealing Two of them uro quoted us saying that there are already some very handsome M. Poynter. Mr. and Mrs. James was given thrco years In tho penitenMaret entertained a party of friends at the whole thing was uimed nt them be- monuments and vaults. tiary. Ncal Pope, colored, for stealing un elegant dining laslTucsday In An Idea of tho olllciency of Atlanta's honor cause they wero on Dr. WhltMtt's side ltblcyclc, was given one year and Ira of Dr. und Mrs. Lawrence, tbo tiro department can be bad when It Is latter In tho current controversy. eur8 ,or (.jx, another Negro. t told that the city of Knoxvlllo recently being a sister of thu hostess. Green cutting Goorgo Sprengle, a German. Solder and Sailor Intelligence. smalt pox at Lebanon sent u delegation there to get ono of Negroes pleaded guilty and Purkct has tho Two other .Have., me n from Chief Joyncr's compaJunction, where It prcvulls so alarm The rainy season has sol In In Cuba. the (Ire got ono ear each. ny to be chief of the department of that ingly. Mrs. Will McPerrun has been Tho .'Ird Kentucky regiment will bo city. HUBBLE." quite ill, but is recovering. Miss Her- - mustered out of servlco at Savannah Although tho population of Geor 1.ii,,ln la fli.t HHO it l i. 1'Lui , il.i ...... .... .... ..W ifiin.t w. ..' Tuesday. 10 per cent, colIs Tho Clirlstlan church hero Is soon to Drown. Maco Miller is up from Tenregular army, has gia's capital at least Lt. Lang, of have some brick walks laid In front nessee. T J. Champ Is with his brother been dismissed tho and there aro a good many whlto becuusa ho took a wo- ored of It. make no elTort to In business here. MUs Lewis is man to a boarding house und introduc- republicans, tho rads Kubanks llros. have sold their hemp olllccs. A nomination Is an for u musical entertainment ut ing her us liU wife, got n room unit secure city to Hu.il.on J. D. N. Prowltt has Livingston. Thrco children of All. lived together. election sure with tho democrats, who They will sell you the right kind of TPHNING PLOW and tho best of FEIITILI- KKS. See them before buying lioiight somu hogs In tho community Ltntzurolll,nuu liuvlngsplnal meningicity from centro to circumferCen. Maximo Gomez hus Issued u run tho for : :i0. T. C. Kankln bought a year- tis. J. W. Daker Is homo from Cluy ence und run it well. ling bull calf of J. W. Kubanks for M0 county. It, G. Welsh, of Louisville, proclamation accepting command of As u hit of proof to the assertion tbat Cuban army for tho purpose of disfor some Wnyno county parties, .las. uccompuuled James White homo. Mr. tho Atlautu Is a clean town, 1 will statu tributing the $.'1,000,000 duo, und dis Whlto has a calf that lias no tall at all. Whlto returned very ill. that tho council hus recently made lt u banding thu army. Wm. lllackerty bought u nlco saddle lino to spit on tho pavements. The orOhio, I'm or ..rftrSrVTII, Tho cruUer Chicago, bearing Hear hor.o for about i'M. I.UVl dooti eggs siiii: or l.ll I.ClllMl TuLiini, dinance ugulnst throwing banana peelAdmiral Howlson, will call from Now ings on the pavements has been lu wero shipped from hero last week. , V link. iiatl, lliiat lid 1. tliM I u.vk Pill York for n cruise of 22,000 miles, encirHansom Carman, of Casey, hus mov.nliiriutrliivrurtlie llrm of I J (iihnm A LV . forco for years und strictly enforced. t uy Yakey's dwelling U.III1K ihiihw lu iiiv that ui imwio, i.Hiuiyy ami cling the continent of Africa, und call1 bad the pleasure of attending ed Ills family to Jack SunMid tlriii will lite ing Maiaaforwald. ut all ImiKirtutit points. whllo ho runs bis saw mill here. Ar- mm n MINI. Ill MHICI) IXII I.AliN lurraili nd day school and preaching ut Trinity ,tirrl b) lli etrry w of C'alarrhtliat ruunul All thu State volunteers who went thur Hubblo Is at tho Joseph Prleo llwuf UtlL'staTAKKIi Cl HK church Sunday, It Is Methodist lu de OKi jiTiTsRH I this week under treutinont. hwurii In Wforn i snl riiAN'K j ciii;ni:v. to Cuba, huvo now left tho Island. Tho nomination und bus u membership of my m!mrU.tln only volunteers left In Cuba aro tho visitn Hit 0 ly ul iK'tfinli.r, A. I'. Miss Hattio McCluro of Casey, Is i 1,500. Thoro wore over 500 In attend -'Negro regiment at Santiago, and they j a w.ii.i:aiv, ing her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. ancu at tho Sunday school, of which .Nutity I'uMlc tl i Mrs. I.uther Underwood Is In Lexing- IliU'iCaUrili ( urn U lakrn Inltrnally an. I aria will bo relieved by tho lOtli cavalry. .tJBta-aasatM- ki Hemphill is superintendent Tho successor of Gen. Guy V. Henry lilo.nl and luiumiu ton visiting her daughter. Mr. Hart illmtly wii lli for tfftliimmUW, ru, aui(a,, uf lite and I never bitw a more interesting ayitriu N ml us governor general of Porto Hlco has I1 J CIII.M.V A lt,T.ile.ttf,0, Luco Is attending district conference school. The singing, with u half dozen not been selected. There Is some tulk PruiuUla. at Hurgtn this week. Mrs. S. P.. Wee Sil.l l.yr'amllr lllli ;,V. lliv U.t. instruments, was simply grand. Tho aro Hall's of Gen. Fred D. Giant, us his orders to has gone to Texas with her brother, superintendent had just returned from Philippines have been cancelled. Wm Murphy, for a fow months' stay. via the Qtit'cn Crescent ltouto from all Cuba and Porto ltlto, where ho went At Moontown, Mo., Prank Yuger kill thu MaJ. Gen. Otis says tho bettor class points, to tho ed with au uxo u man named Powell, shot with Secretary Alger's party, and ho n of tho Filipinos uro tired of wur and de- gave an Interesting Kyury editor has received these Mrs. Yager three times und thon cut account of his jourirds. Tho postmuster sends hi own throut. Yuger und his wlfo sire ieaee. The robots uro much scat- ney. Tbo Methodists arc the strongest International 5. S. Convention them to tho editor., Tho jwslinaster Is will probably dlo. Yuger was jealous tered, und will not ungugo In open but- denomination In Atlanta und huvo u Atlanta Ga., April 2G-2was of Powoil. booking only to uttuuk detached tle, not to blame. Por Instance, moro E. U. W number of Quo churches. forces. man liv tho tlUlOO Of - Well SUy TIllJ TIIIIOIIIUMl HKAHACIIK THAT Lt. J. C. Gilmoround 14 men of tho WuiiMnutiklr Uateyou, If )ou uml bl'AI.VS lillllATEST KKKD. Sprigging, who sent us thrco notices to ,Vw l.lfa 1'IIU TbuuuiiJaulautlrren Dr. King's Confederate Veterans' Reunion harov-- gunboat Yorktown huvo been ambushuny nj til Mr. lt. 1. OIItU, of llaairloni, Salu, Itiolr iualikla uieill fur Mtk ami Narvuua btop his paper; ho mun'i want it Charleston, S. C, May 10-1otnaa bad lauirU ed nnd captured by tho Filipino robols wlntrra at Alkeu, S. C. luako pure l.luu.1 anj Tltoy longer. Wo wondered what wus tho lleatUcbn. bulW uii your bmllli. Kaiv lu tat arvrre palna In tue liark of bla brad. Ou ulu ml on the Dust coast of Luzon. Thoir fate hlrurti' Itinera, Amrlra'a Krratol IUuu.1 ana Mqiify Lack if uultur mutter. Upon examining tho subscrip- liyliirui by DnlyXM-vula- luumil.l. aouu lilui. IVuur, wl. NiM Is unknown. Tho Yorktown had been Nenr lUmwJy.all u1d wbal lrlt countrylie aavt . Southern Baptist Convention bla am Ibla fraud lurdlilua U owk tion book wo found Tim short 10. Ho to rcscuo a Spanish garrison of 80 All anifrlia know, that tt rum llvrr and kldupy was sent llrackon county's assossmont paid a cont and yot ho had nover Louisville, Ky., May 11-1Iroul.lr, purinra lue oioou, tone up ma aiouiaiu, rulsed 20 ula vim, tlaur and uw stop)cd hU pupor us a matter of econo- equalised.per cent., the highest so fur soldiers, three otllcers and two priests, atrenglbrnalbaiiariM, uansaid oiganortbt body latoetrry luuada who had boon beleagurod since lust Iliawiak, iwllla II my -- to us. Wouldn't wan't to looso tlrnloraillua' youuml lt Kvrrr .. May. Chickamauga I was reading an udvertlscmcnt of f uaraul td, only so rcuta, SUId ly ICUIIjr, 1TUJ by him. A fow days afterany moro l.t. und Ills Chumborlulu's Colic, Cholera und Dlar-rhd'- u Dedication Kentucky Monument a nti(iimTMii.u.Niu:u wards Sprigging was at church A new system of telegraphing mukes otlsu rati) liorrlM lluru, KalJ, Cut or Uuiuedy in tho Worcester K nto r molodloug tenor rang out loud und May 3. llrulto. lliuUvu's Aruln Salt, the la In lb 4,000 words a minute possible. Already old stirring song "Joius prUo recently, which loud mo to wrlto wurM, will kill Ik aln ami (.ruiupllr b.al It. dear In tho I'urva (M.I Mri, 1'erer Surra, t'lirra, llolla, IVloua, 120,000 words per hour bus boon attainPaid It all." Wo might havo been mis- till. I can truthfully say I novor used Corn,, all Skill Kruptlgut lint I'llo cure on rarib. ed at Washington. Biblical Assembly taken, but his earnestness Impressed any remedy equal to It for colic und I'uly ilrruta but. L'ura guaraulrvd. SuM liy IVuuy, Prul.t. Charlotte, N. C, Juue 20-2duy wo sont blm a re- dlurrhira. I have novor had to use TI1K CAULE, KIM) Or ALL U1HHS, a an us. So tho next The railroads will give 11 faro for U uoted (or its keen sight, cleur and dls ceipt In full, bogging hi pardon for more than ono or two doses to euro thu tliicl vision. Ho uro tlioo puraous wlio ue worst case with myself or children. to tho Giand Encamp-motbo round-tri- p not knowing that ho hud made un butherlund's Eagle Eye biilve for weak vyv. of the Odd Follows at Maytlold, liabilities to tho Lord. W. A. Stroud, Popomoko, City, Md of his tra, aoro t'jraof uny kind or granulated lids. Hold at 1'euny's.ul 23 ceuts. For sale by Ci ulg & Hooker, druggists May 17. Murray Lcdgor. Hcrntadt, Laurel county, went wet Tim small-iio- x Ilrod-heui- "OUT FOR THE DUST" ST AKEJD L AU raLfvr at o. tl tt" a ' i" Gold Mine in Itself SUITS MADE TO ORDER. ttilo-phon- per j ! j $1.25FranklinShoes75e THB ;GLOBB Telephone J. L. Frohman & Co., -- - 1 j I. e, d I I I 1 Well Dressed I MAT n? 1 I I I Can Fit You. H. J. M'ROBERTS. 1 1 p-- 1 I - BEAZLEY & CARTER " pro-pari- Northern Seed Potatoes, Seedpats, Garden Seeds, &c. I .1 I nv-riu- ? Low Ra.tes . 9. 3. lit-ti- slruu-nr- Mi-a- m 8. ...... 111 m 9. ot 2P Kditoii Sommeks does not help his tit declares that at one time ho had on ono s Idc nnd his body on tho other. Ho expired In a few moments. 13,000 worth of wines In his cellars. A split in tho Filipino Kuropcan Ben F. Bcnscll, postmaster of Chllll- cratic elections and that nil politi- Junta has occurred, and four mcrabor cothc, Mo., and editor of a local paper, resort to It when necessary. A favoring making terms with tho Amer- was caned by Judge E. J. Broaddus, of A largo norin.ciit of good Wall Paper nt Ir, 5c, Oc, 7c nd J?c per roll lo elect Stanford. Ky.. Ant. 21, 1899 cians many of tho editor's friends havo icans havo sailed for Manila. goo J tho sevonth judicial circuit. Tho judge frum at tho atom nt , This seems to bo straight goods, but took offense at an editorial In Hcacll's withheld severe criticism in tho matter through good will for him, but ho must wo do not bcllovo tho story yet and paper. W. P. WALTON. not himself excuso thooffonse, if It bo hopo It Is untruo: "Gov. Win. O. Ilrad-lo- y A postal route entirely north of tho has stated within tho last two days arctic circle will bo established In an offense, or expect others to do so, Wo nlo hung Wall Paper l 6c r roll by tho mit compete nt men and rarry cv. held the by a chargo K, Alaska THE Federal that should not bo mado to my business partner, Col. Charles between Yukon, on tho river of ery thing in mo reins Id tbo convention nt Loulavillo to without tho backing of strong evi Hogc, that ho has definitely decided to that name, and Peayy, a dlslanco of rcmovo to California and practice law about 2.10 miles. Four round trips will nominate a candidate for railroad dence and theV drovo routrh shod thero upon tho expiration of his execu bo raailo from Nov. 1, 1MW, to May 1, TUB Harrodsburg Sayings says If tive term, noxt November," roraarked nuxt year. Pictures Framed to order on uttort notlro In latel styles. Give us a rail nnd no over the outaido fellow, known ns the how you can save money. Ilambrlck faction, of Jefferson county. Hardin is nominated, as it asserts it dipt. Mason, tho contractor, of FrankWhen John Stewart, of Palmyra, O , Telephone No. 121 No. 30 Main Si , Danville, Ky. Gov. Hradlcy, who was a delegate, be will be, tho Interior Journal fort, ul tho Grand Tuesday, to a Cin- went home and found that his wlfo hml plead for peace and tho recognition of will support him llko tho good dem- cinnati Knqulrcr man. eloped with n neighbor, hu wroto them all good republicans, but ho was turned ocratic paper that It Is. Certainly it thut he hoped their honeymoon would faction ho plead will. It never falls to support tho BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. down and so was tho bo a plcnsanlono but that they had belnomlnco of the party and It would do for. During his speech Wire and wiro nails havo advanced ter keep out of his tight. postmaster yelled, "Wo asked for har- so almost from forco of habit. In tho I per ton. A mob ovcrH)wercd tho sheriff at mony two years ago, why didn't you case of Hardin, whom it has been supSan Francisco is to havo a new thea- - Henderson, Tenn., und shot to death give It to us then ?" Tho governor was porting nearly every election for thoso William Larue, In .ill for murder tcr to cost $ 100,000. on to him in u flash anil answered ma llvo and -- 0 years. QOwlngsvlllu is holding a street falr Laruo lhed sovcral hours after the mob "Why question by asking another, left nnd gnvo thu names jf two of the TitK Florida Legislature, which Is today and tomorrow. didn't you choose to elect a Senator composed persons wcro smothered to mob whom bu recoi.nled of an oven 100 democrat and Three worthy of respect and honor?" That An order for 45 locomotives from tho no republicans, retired Senator Pas- - death In u Ore at Chicago. tbo governor was sore from tho effects cue, after two terms and elected Jumes Wm. Llnck.lor 30 years a hotol keep-- c government of India bin been received of belDg run over by the Federal pap by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, P. Taliaferro, of Jacksonville, who reut Nashville, Is dcud. Buckers is evident, but that he will get Lexington Is figuring on buying tho which has just finished thu first loco ceived 69 votes, Pasco receiving but 30 even with tho small fry, who were In motives of tho 30 recently ordered by and Call tho others. Tho new Senator water works and running It. the majority, no one who knows him was Payne, of Paris, was badly tho Midland Railroad Company,of Mrs. Juno born In Orange, Va., and although round or wtinre cut will be afraid to cover any bet that ho a bank president, Is a pronounced sil- burned by falling with a lamp. will not. Tho present Incumbent, II. Green It. Howard win serlotulv ver man and outspoken against The governor's mansion has been re- wounded sicks I!nii(lrotmly trimS. Irwin, was nominated of courseas ho by J. L. Simpson In Harlan, stored und Is again ready for occupanThe resolutions had no opposition. after a quarrel. Simpson started away cy. med in plain mid fancy Indorsed tho St. Louis platform with Tun Louisville Dispatch publishes a Georgetown sold $20,000 worth of 4 and when a few hundred yards distant exception of tho civil service clause, cock and bull story that John H. Mc the he was brought down by a shot In tho double Murpcd lining. condemned tho now election law and Lean, Senator Goebcl, Boss Crokcr, per cent. 10 yeur bonds at u premium of back with a Winchester, by whom It Is S53(i. advised harmony. tbcCourler-Journ- al Hrey Woodson and unknown. Ethel E. Johnson was appointed by -Sam Pennsylvania will havo to mosey havo combined to defeat Bryan for a tho President as potinaster of Vanco- - young Abbott killed Thomas Craig, renomlnatlon, but the story Is of such a burg. farmer, at Corn Creuk. CralirWf) y H along with one Senator, for awhile, tho gauzy fabric that It wont wash. The Legislature having adjourned without Oscar Gardner knocked out Joo HopDispatch, with Its Increased facilities, tcr, but married her under a threat of I kins in tho 15th round ut Wheeling, electing a successor to Quay. Tho 70th ought to Invent a much mora plausible death Sunday night. Ho Intended tolTVrTTI'KT'Ct 1 L'1 -1 W. Va. and last ballot stood: Quay, 1K1; Jenks, i h.i'.k ., riwrTPtnr.rtr story. desert her and when Abbott heard of It 'jYLXuiN wv rw-- w (Dem.), M; Jones, (Rep.), 09. Total A West Virginia man murdered his ho killed him. Abbott was a member, SJ I I 'I'M t son and then committed vote, 247. Necessary to a choice, 124. Gov. Bradley still maintains that J aL L hJ of the 2d I'nlted States artillery A resolution, calling upon the attorney Hunter Is not entitled to honor and re- suicide. general to prosecute all those, includ- spect, but while ho is dead right about Robert Haley cut his throat ut Sa he Wn Worth It. Quay, who had been it, thero is not likely to prevail a very vannah, Ga., while suffering frum ing They hod been "keeping compan"1 ICncu I'ants :is low Un receiving Interest on vociferous harmony on that platform. toothache. charged with for eight years, and when he finally proposed nnd was accepted, in the ar- Men's I'ant.s from Too much "skipping the roiw" caus state money, almost. precipn.ai.eu u nus Tho c0vepn0Pi however, like Patrick i m the Senate anu several ugnis were. Henry, doubtless prefers to bo right to ed the death ol a school girl In Jackson dor of hit enthusiasm be exclaimed: "Darling, you are worth your welcbt In county, Ind. barely averted. It was a bitter flgbt' president. T,'t,M"'r' ""'? " what will U found in lookim; H.ni.ih our between two factions, and finally tbo Attorney General Griggs Is In Atlan- gold!" With alraoat cruel facetious , if clothing. It wi never more oirnplete mil no others will, or ohii hw she replied: "That Is aaylng nl POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. resolution was laid on the tablo by a ta to select u site for ho new Fuduial good deal, for It was an awful long "e complflu lintt and aiortment of the tliie- -t of Serges Wonted, Vlwiuaa, penitentiary. vote of 33 to 0. An effort was made to and Scotches. All made up in the neatiM and miwt conoerratire tylu. !! I Tweed wait." Iticbmond Dispatch. By a vote of 7 to 5 it was decided to . Tho Orphans' Horau at Berne, Ind., prolong the session, but It failed. It sure ami ak to nee our Silk faced rte ( tarmeut. Tho proper thing far erenlu; hold tho republican State convention was Atrnunilcnl linn. burned. Three persons wero killed was hoped that Quay would be knocked at Lexington. Although qulto youthful in his ap- and hendilrot wear. They are niinply faultier. and several injured. clean out, as the falluro to elect gives We have piatd competition In I.vlUV uj.ptrol pearance, Hon. John N. Irwin, of Iowa, was In a bloody highbinders' war ut Willie" in Johnnie n Chaflle, like "little him another chance, that is provided, I'lcturt-xpinnd Novel IVifgnii In the appointed minister to Persia. Ho was ballad, is depenitenCal , three chinamen were cidedly precocious. Fresno, ho Is not doing time In tho Organdin, When tho teacher French Gingham., born in Ohio. killed und two fatally wounded. tiary, when tho next Legislature meets. naked the cla: "Are there other moons Dlniltln, l'dung. Arthur Sherburn Hardy has been bealdea oura?" Johnnie lumped un. nnd In makare now with but one Sen appoInted Four States A mammoth cave was struck Scotch Ma Iras, Chambrajrs. minister to Greece to suc ator each, but as the body is safely re ceed W. W. Rockhlll, resigned. ing an excavation for a house In Purls, exclaimed: Daintily llonensl Moilellne I)res fahrlo, Crcpon elfecta, "Jc. ies. there's tho honeymoon!" publican anyway, no alarm Is felt by Bosley was nominated by tho demo- which runs clear under thu town. lammany rimes. Mancheter Chambrny in plnkn, bluet and greys, plain or floured, 10c the administration. Andrew Davis, a Lexington Negro, crats for tho Legislature from WashMounting I'pnard. liniment with MR. Watterson stops long enough ington county over John Huby, by 212 drank u quart of horse Some roplo win by working hard suicidal Intent, but mado u failure votes. And aomo luceeed through chance alone, in his efforts to save tho democratic Dr. W. T. Graves and Will Hanks, Whllo now and then a man gets up Senator Quay presented no evidence party to try bis band on saving sinners. Br honeit efforts of hla own: He takes as his text the fact that Dr. for himself and his case was given to a druggist, exchanged shots over a dog But where one honest person strives To sain the height all leelc to win tho jury lust evening on a plea of not at Paducuh und Graves was wounded. Eaton's church has given Its members An extra length French woven Conet. ft)c, I) Unty an perfect Ailing II. A II. A dozen othera try to mount who are distillers tho choluo of giving guilty. By constant waeglnRi of the chin. President Husscll, of tho Mobile .V Cornet, lace trimmed and beauti'iilly tinted in pink and blue, nn'y Wc Summor Chicago Ilecord. The postmaster general has placed Ohio, has denied otllclaliy tho rumor or th,eir membership, up their business Conets only L'5c. No more slays breaking through wit'.i our kld.Iped CWt. ' Se and proves from a lay standpoint at the Philippine postal service on an in thut tbo L. & N. bad bought his road. ItHKl'.MATISM Cli'KKD. least that Dr. Katon and his church are dependent basis, with F. W. Valllo diA parrot, known to be 00 years old, My wlfo has ued Chamberlain's I'uln Our line of Cinet. Mattlnirf. Ac. mint not - nvrrliuikp.l till Spring dead wrong, that tho business of distil- rector of pbsu for the Islands. Wo are died ut New Albany and Its death John G. Carlisle is engineering a was very much like that of a human's. Italm for rheumatism with great relief, lenders. ling liquors is no worie than that of tho and I can recommend It as a splendid preparation of morphine and other trust company for Cuba. Tho compa Jessu Miller, white, 17 years old, and narcotics. Both arc good In themselves ny will do u banking trust, safe deposit John Hlcbardson, a 15 year old Negro liniment for rheumatism und other household use. for which wo havo found and fidelity insurance business. and only dangerous when abused. It is Tbo Minnesota Legislature by u vote boy, committed suicide tho same hour it valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Ked Creek, the samo old antl prohibition arguat Sedalia, Mo. N. . Mr. Cuvlcr is oneof tho leading ment, but Mr. Watterson divests It In of 30 to 15 tabled tho message of Gov. Harrv Huys, aged 12, attempted to merchants of this vllhigoimd oneof the T.I). KANKV, Manager such a taking stylo that ho gives LInd urging the recall of the Minnesota most prominent men In this vlclnltv.-W- . burn bis father's house at Circlcvlllu, G Phlppln, Kdltor Ked Creek Her-aiIt tho appearance of newness and volunteers from tbo Philippines. because thu old gentleman wouldn't O., For sale by Craig V i locker, drugllranch stores at Klitabethlown. I'lkton, Owrii.txiri. Mio livvllle, Vcrillc originality. As Dr. Eaton has both a When tho Ohio Bimetallic Conven- let him go fishing. e, gists llardstuwn, Hopklnnville, Madisotiville, Miiiifiird.rlllc. rUrUrille, Tenn newspaper and a pulpit, hu ought to bo tion meets in Louisville, May on which Tho farm near Hodgenvlllo able to knock out the man who has out 1, a bunquet will bo given to Col. Bry- Abraham Lincoln wus born has chang Tnu latest fad of the one means of publicity and hero's look- an at the Gait House, with covers laid ed owners and will probably bo con girl is tho monogram glove. Up for 400. ing for him. on mo oucKs 01 nor dainty Hand covverted into a purk. Tho Cynthlana Democrat says: "Wut of thu cur works In JelTer- - erings her initials, entwined In mono, The Atlanta Constitution says that Ilurdln may go on till doom's day Employes numbering ubout 2,000, huvo gram form, are embroidered In silk. will bo tho next thinking hu won u victory at Frankfort, souvllle. Watt "Tyler" Hardin un Increusu In wages They uro otherwise devoid of stitch' The balmy breeze of Spring time will regovernor of Kentucky. Our Georgia but if Goebel didn't knock tbo pursim received notlco of mind you thnl there Is nothing like one Ing. said to bu 10 per cent. of our convenient eoutemporary probably gots mixed up mons wo don't know who did." Curneglo hus promised to Andrew In names by remembering tho mlsllt Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Tho steamer Aoranglc, from Austra- - give $1,750,000 to cover tho cost of tho ticket of 180.1. "Tyler" wus Hardin's 11., f .!..- - aw ... u ,.f V.. ,..-.w. ..WBV of tho proposed uddltion to tho Curneglo lia.w Public Sib of Personaltj Traps or Buckboards Lid, running mate and afterwards went commander of tho German warship brary utSchenly Park. around making speeches for tho To enjoy tho beauties of Spring time in, Fulku ut Apia for supplying anus to Miss Adulaldu Tucker, an old maid with ee, comfort nnd In up Aid Society ticket. Wo haven't Matuufa. Thu arrest was made by thu living in u hut on Lookout Mountain, As AilinliiNtnitor of M. N. Di'l'nuw, clc- - Mylc, when purchasing one of our line heard from him since and never expect British commander. t'l'SKid, I will mi and carriages. was robbed of several hundred dollars to again. He may bo dead in reality In un interview Senator Teller deliterally chopped to pieces. Thursday, May 4U1, 1899, B. for aught wo know. Thut ho In as dead clares emphatically in favor of main- und then Sc A mud do bit, Win. Alexander ut At lilt lulu nwldi'iiru In Lincoln count v. politically as Mr. Wutterseon bays free taining thu silver republican organiza (! u Opp. Slunfoid, Ky. ut pulilli'iiutery Urn ihtmuiuI propCarlisle, but hu succeeded in gulling Ivy,, silver Is, and mure bo, arc very sure. mruugnout tuo country. Ho says tion und cutting Its throat. erly nf which liu died piv.).M.fd. roiisl-dliidown principally nf tho silver republicans must unllu with thobruto mad stonu stuck for two hours on tho I'nur Mtirt'ii, 3 A dispatch from Now York states nrlliig mid S democrats next year In upiort of tho A Mulct, I iifred Hiirk Male. S JciinU. a Milk bite. that Speaker Heed has accepted tho Chicago platform. Culvtii, spat In Lawyer Cow unci MouM'hnlilJ llrixid fowx. Punninge, Dr. N. B. Jenkins offer to become a member of the law Uti'n.lls. nnd Kllcliin This is what they "et" at tho New face at Knoxville, when ho firm of Simpson, Thacker & Barnum, York nUiut 300 lutrrels nf Corn In crlh, dollar dinner: 5,000 pounds of Williams' lot of Curi'd .Meul, ,U and that ho will resign his neat In Con- beef, mado uncomplimentary references to And you need a nice vehicle. I can furni.h you for very little 5,000 pounds of tuikoys, 2,000 money a Trims. of flO gress and remove to New York. Tho pound thu prosecution of a cuso in hiuitli overSums amount,and under rush In Unit three month cn-of haddock, 100 gallons of Ico him in court. statement Is alro mado that ho is guar- cream, bOO loaves of III good notes with a per cent. Intirint from bread, 2.500 rolls, A duul Is said to bo on foot for tho uuiu wm iM rvfjuinu.W. anteed a yearly Income of $50,000. A 3,000 half-plP. HlVKNX, Ailinr. bottles of champagno Or almost any thing on wheels. Come In and !et me show you. Have of which will do to tell to tho marines. sulo of tho Frankfort &. Cincinnati ju,t received t At tliHunmu lime, ui for the heirs and 300 pounds of ooffee. Heed will never resign us long us ho railroad, formerly tho Kentucky Mid of M. Jf, IM'auw. I w' nffer for milu nt Car-Loa- d Sumo of tho reasons given for Heed's public outcry lilt farm of IM acres of lain salu if mado will taku effect In can bo speaker and hu can bo speaker probublo retirement from politics arc land. Thu Lincoln county and UU itcrtui of Imimnud as long as the republicans have a maon May 20. Knoll luud on White Oak Creek. Tirnm that ho Is gutting old and having lost mado known on iluy of rntlit. jority la Congress. Gen. Otis Informs tho wur departDon't you need one? Full atipply of Corn lMmiiera, Drllln, !), what little ho bud mudo In speculation, V. P. (JiVENrt, Agent. Harrow. I'lowi. ment thut 30,000 men aru utnplo to copu Ac, cheaper than ever known. Secretary Aluer nays ono must wants to earn money to make proper with tho Phlllpplnu situation and sends visit Cuba and Porto Ulco in order to provision for tils family thut ho Is out his dally assurance that things will bo getun Idott of their wonderful possibil- of touch with his paty, und thorough- butter soon. ities. But all of us can't go on govern- ly disgusted with expansion und tho JIOUTK. Judge Goll has succeeded In gutting ment expenses. Alger might never trend of politics. onu of Covuru's guns captured ut Ttisllnt IJnetoauil Frvu Tho Louisville Times udvUes Judge havo been able to gut uu idea either, for Clarksburg, W. Va., and It o but for the grcuso fried out of canned W. L. Brown, of London, who bus un. will bo mounted In tho B. k O. railroad TOLEDO ANID OISTROIT o AliroliiUlnMUbhjan. o beef manufacturers for campaign funds, iiuuucvd for secretary of Stale, thut tho park there, CHICAGO. o paid afterwards with contracts for incut democratic bird is gobbling ull thu Harrlck, of Fullclty, O., kill l.dward While Cite Siwlal." o that a dog wouldn't oat uud unlit for worms this yeur, und unless tho Judge ed his brothor-ln-laAlbert Cox, beKent Ttruiluil htatlon. o is in politics purely for bis health hu uny purKso except for fertilizing. cause thu latter refused to lend him o ST. LOUIS. ' would bettor spend his tlmo uttondlug his horse. Ho then put a bullet thro' o AtolJlUK tli Tunnel A LITTLE paper headed "The News" to his luw practice. o own bruin. BOSTON. or "Tho Experiment" und dutud ut W. E. Curtis, of tho Chlcugo Hecord, his o Very foolishly, Gov. Worthlngton Wanner ftltxlNf;Cara. Grussy, Ky., 1ms boon coming to this who hus just visited Moutlcello, says o designated four young murderers us office for tomu time. Can uny body that Thomas Jolferson, Instead of g o NEW YORK. Ill Older to Make K00111 f.irriprini: Mylc. thu ones to bo sunt to work ut tho retoll uswheru Grassy is uud why tho a plain dcmocrutlu cltleii, wus o formatory, und th'i result Is that ono Iluflet Parlor Can, Wavnrr Sletliu Cart, I'rltal CoiupartnunlOart, Elotfaul Ucatljw and 01 u name of thu llltlo sheet should not bo an extravagant aristocrat who rodo In o lug call. already. o changed to "A Pretense of An Ex- Imported carriages drawn by costly has tied EdWhile working at a saw mill la o I). B. MAKTIN. K O. McCOKMIOK. periment V" As un expcrlmcrt it seems horses, uttended by liveried servants, monson county, Jake Davis foil across 1'asa. Trattlc Mar, (Jen. I'au. ATkt. o havo long since dropped out. and thut ho dlod insolvent. Mr. Cur. to saw In motion. Ills legs fell O. a circular o ho brother's that THE INTERIOR JOURNAL bribery Is causo when thing says demoIn a common Just Think Of It. - A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, offlcc-holdo- rs Paint, Glass and Brush Business. atwo-Ior-n-c- Louisville Store I SPECIALS POR THE WEEK: Eng-Inn- e. Suits Men's Clay $3.48 Oxford Finished $1.29 YOUTH'S WorStfid. Fast 2.48 3.85 lTTr" 0 made, unparalelled value. TJ 50C I9G en-ne- 1 1 1 well-know- e 1 Im- The Louisville Store. F.ul-nenc- 30-Ju- no When Good Weather Comes I I ,, .,,. ki ev WHttm i1 ! u well-mud- e K. Wearen Son, I Coiirl-IIoii-- I'urnl-nltur- SPRING IS NOW HERE 11 nt Bugfgy, Surrey, Buckboard, Cart, A iigi-n- of MoCormiok Binders And Mowers. BIG 4 w. A. CARSON'S. STANF?ar?r Sun-tlug- 000000000000000000000000000000000000 Wall Paper AT COST. by-In- W. B. McROBBRTS. 0000000000000000000000000000000 00000 vfr' fH4 r r "W Ml wl iijD " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., E. C. Stoiik room on Main Street for rent. W P. Walton. t'OTTAOK next A. II. Florence. - Air. to my store or rent. 21, 1899 W. It McKoiikuth It solo agent for Wai.tox, Uusinkhs Manaokii. Lamlrclh's garden . seeds. S everywhere. Scott Petrey, a The 300 government mules sold nt freight brakeman, had both legs cut oil Chattanooga brought nearly $20,000, Shoes, Hat, Ac., at Plncville yesterday evening and was about four times ns much as expected. No. 300 West Main St., DANVILLK, KY. otherwise hurt. Ho lived but a short There are also M0 horses to bo sold. time. His homo win at Jelllco. G. A. Swlnebroad bought of a Tenof long yearAt the examining trials of tho men nessee party a for burglarizing Anderson Carr's, there ling steers at fie and "o owes of J. II. was sulllclont evidence only against Uasclden, with Inmbs thrown In, nt Charley Mlllcr,tho Negro who attempt' $')W) Chrlettuan. relatives In Klrhmond. II. C. Allen purchased nt the M. A. cdtoglvo leg ball He was held and the KDU.Jo.NK4, of Plnovllle, Is spend STANFORD, KY. I now have entire control of liar others discharged. Carr failed to up Murtln sale nt Wall Lake, Iown, live William .Miction, President. Inu n few du) with friends horc. row's pond. Positively no llshlng alchoice Aberdeen Angus cattle, for Mm. Nannie 8 Sautluy, Lady Principal; Mlts. W. K. Dawt.s loft this week to lowed. W. J. Holtclaw. lear ugalnst them although ho claimed Miss Matlle I'axton, Mathematics and Physical Science; Georgetown to have recognized two of the men. The which ho paid 81 Join her husband In Now Mexico. .Miss Kudora Axtell, Primary Department; Times. KNdRAYiN'n, jewelry repairing and tracks made in jumping out of tho winIIahtin lavishing her Mms Ai.lkni: Miss Kllen lltlloti. Muslr Department; Mile heats, two In three, National work ilom promptly nnd In dow corresponded exactly with those of Mies Miry Hubbard, Art Department; uncle, A. II. Bastln, at Crub Orchard. all kindred Association rules to govern, will be the Miss Flora Ila Ion, Elocution and Physical Culture; Miller, who If he had accomplices, will manner. Dalton. Mils. J. L. Il.uiUiN and children, of workmun-llk- o Mrs. Mag;iu J. Martin, lloirdlng Department. rule at the Loiilsvlllo Fuir and Driving likely squeal before circuit court. visiting Mrs. Sim Worth Corbln, are . Is tho place In ItvitiiAiNCoii.NKR. Association thh jeur. Hopples will be nm, Marriku Man Kloit.s Mr. T. S barred. our store where vou getJl worth for .Mlts. W. A. CAUBOS, who Is In bad .',0c. Don't fall to visit It. Severance Henson writes us from Mlddleburg that Tho Glcnv lew stock farm, ono of tho W Wiling her father In Garhealth, George Durham, a school teacher In moil famous In JetTerson county, was . Sons rard. thu Ml. Olive neighborhood, Casey purchased by John G. I loach, tho , sieceh hero county, deserted his wlfu und three Ilou.N, totho wlfoof McCalliiPlUgcr-aidSUNATOR OoiSlil'.L'R distiller, for $70,000. There nre daughter. London county court day will doubtless be Us small children und eloped n beautiful Are these prices which we make on tho fol owing with a Mrs. 5fi0 acres. Keho. tened to by as many people us can Wise, who carao to tho county with her Tho Tenneeo Derby, worth $0,000, Miw. Mll.liltr.l) Wt.sT, of Ilarrods crowd In the court house. husband two years ago. He discovered was won at Memphis Tuesday by May burg, was the guest of her sUlcr, Mrs. of her unfaithfulness und left her with his Hempstead, tho favorite. Chancery, ONLY Kioht. Dr. McCormack, Alice Ltlo. only I'hlld, a daughter, and returned to 100 to 1, was second and Leo Planter, 5 na Joi: U. Nkvil'H went to Lebanon tho Slate board of health, casesthcro Ohio Durham will doubtless rcent to 1, third. Faone week beginning Tuesday, April 18th: of cngago with the light aro eight Wednesday to his nirgaln, If he Is not doing so ul Dorsey Golddust, the producer of line ', One Lot Children's Slippers at small ox at Lebanon Junction. 21c a pair company there. re.iJy. eastern nnd combined roadsters, unexLadies' Ofords T. L. Llt.I.Aitl will glto one of Miw. 4'Jc a pair P. W. Gltr.I'.N, who sold his saloon In Host-Though ho had been alillcted celled for tho road or market, will her charming luncheons at hor home In Lexington a few weeks ago, has Iniught Ltdics' Ilelts 10c each make tho present Fcneon at $10 to Infor somo time, with Hrigtil's lloylo thts evening. another "The Musical Kxchango" Fancy Veiling 5c a yard there was no signs of an early fatal sure. P. Held. SAM C. LACKKY. of Ilarrods. No. M North liroadway, that city. Mil. Ileal the description and pedigree of result, so tho death of Mr. Jnmcs T. burg, spent several dajs with hl fathPlaid Muslins 4c a yard CupU Henry Hutchlnron, Itoso ut -- I'M jestcrday morning wus Gallon, by Gamtcttu Wilkes, In anothDtMTH er, Hon. CJ. A. Lackey. er column. W. M. Dodd will stand him 30 In I'trcalcs Gc a yard II. O. liHNKniCT, adjuster for the who used tollve here and was at one both sudden and surprising. Hu was l Hustonvllle nt the low llguro of $10 Men's Work Shirts 21c escb Phenlx Insurance Co.. Is hero to settle tlmo a conductor on thu L. A N., died taken with convulsions a few hours be- to Insure a live colt. at Hurgln of meningitis, whera there fore his death und lapsing Into unconthti los of J. K Cook A Co. Men's Work Pints M. D. Klmore sold'to O. P. Hutlman 75c each sciousness remained so till tho end. Dr. Mtst Wn.t.11: IIOcKr.it, of Little are several other rates. Lii'i-jxiui- d Jersey cow at X -, Men's Sott Hats Hawkins Hrown was sent for us soon as 49c each Uock, Ark., I Tlslttng Miss Pnnnlo bought a milk cow from H. K. Wcnrcn Two whiles ana six Negroes have al- possible, but he was unublu to do him Shanks und other relatives. Choice I.awnn 5c a yard ready boen sent to tho enltentlary by any good. Mr. lUwo was u deacon In for $J0 und a tow and seven pig from Mi.suaMKsJ. K. HAl'OIIMAS and II L Henzley for $15. the Itojle circuit court so far.Common thu Christiun church Men's Dres Shoes 9Sc n pair at Hustonvllle J. Clark nnd Hush Price sold their crop C. Uaughinan, of the West Knd, spent wealth' Attorney Owsley, who was at and wus an excellent member und high dajs with relatives here evcrnl tobacco nt $90 per acre. They say homo lul nlg.lt, tells us. ly resiccted citizen. A republican In of A. P. H.M.BY Is up from Iobanon thoy can make moro money this way patients nt Crab oit!cs, he was high up In lis councils than raising corn Junction to see his father, Mr. Alfred Tin: four sraall-Ki- x at $1 50 and will put And you can get any of the above goods The prices make it almost like finding Haley, who Is very III uultowland. Orchard are doing finely. Thero hns und was often lniortuned to run for In a big crop. Pantagraph. ttcm of Crab Orch been nolnercae of their numlwr and otllce but declined to do so, refusing Mlts. H. ,I STUAi.T, At McGrathiana thero have beeh CO ard Springs, was registered at the Fifth mutters have resumid the normul In the nomination for county Judge at tho foals this seaion .11 colts and 20 fillies. lust election. A wife and six children One-thiAvenuo Hotel, Louisville, Tuesday. our Kmt Knd neighborhood. of the lot aro by Hanover survive to fuel the los of u devoted Miss Ciiiiistini: llit.uM.r.Y ha been weather has prevailed for husband and luthcr. Funerul exercises 12 colts and 3 fillies. Of the balance, J0Vht.Y chosen to unvall the Kentucky menu several davs and corn planting Is on In will be held today at the Hustonvlllo 15 or 10 are by Lamplighter and they ment at Chlckamauga Parle May 3. aro divided about live colts to three M m HPVITK W. M. DuimiatAK, lato of tho Favor earnest. There Is plenty of tlmo yet Christian church by I lev. H.J. Pinker-to- llllles. VMJ. big crop, which is said ulwavs after which tho remains will be lus Mills, McKlnney, Is now miller for for tho About 1,000 cattle on the Ml. Sterlof unusual severity Interred In tho cemetery there. Mr. TRADEMARK C. C. VanArsdalo A. Co., Hustonvllle to follow u winter ing market Monday; quality only fair. jyj c good Lincoln Hose's aged father Is still living nt THAT remarkably A. Nuvit'H, Jesse Walter To say that cattle were high I putting WALTKlt w hero ho visited him Moncounty bov that tho Somerset Paragon and Ap. Nuvlus, of this place, will open It mildly. They were simply "out of 0 told of recently Is Kills, son of Hon. K. a photograph gallery at Livingston day. Ho leaves a good estate and sight." The beet bOO ound stecrs'sold life Insurance. S. Goooh. from 5 to 5c; yearling ut from 51 to next week. They learned tho trade J. V. Cailso.n and wife came up from under A. J. Kmrn and Know their busi 3 tie; heifer I to 5c; cows.'I to 1; bull MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Flomaton, Ala , to attend tho burial of ness. to 31c. Very few cattle were weighed, Slaughter, at her mother, Mrs. II. T. II. Cluy, Jr , and Miss Hcssle and sold fully us high as prices quoted. Till, otllco held conversations yesterCrab Orchard. Common mule sold low, omc demand Mlddloburg, pas-e- d day with J. A. Carpenter at Perryvlllo WoodforJ were married ut Paris. J. C. C0ULTKH, of Irvln Yocum and Mis Lulu Smith, for good ones, but nono on the market and with the oeralor at Willow town, through from Corbln Wednesday, 10 miles bejond CampbcllsvlUc. Sentinel-DemocrTho both of the McKlnney section, were where ho had been to seo after his VanWlnkle telephone line Is constant- married at J. C. Smith' jestorday. The bastardy case against Rev. Jas timber Interests. Churle Harris, four times a widower Hcdeevllle, ly oxpumllng. Hell, of Adulr, was dismissed on motion Mlts. Lizzik Kick. und 75, was married tlon of the Commonwealth accompanied hor brother, W. II. MurAttkntion Is called to tho to Mr. J ii tin Howard, u widow of .'10. Hurdlu county will hold an election the Southern Mutual phy, to Sherman, Texas, where she John Wood, 10, and Salllo Blljeu, May 20th to decide if toads shall be Co , of Lexington, which op- 111, were , will spend some time. married at Corinth. The woiked by taxation In tho future. ' Mlts. J. H. SYMPnOS accompanied erates on tho s stem of llfo Insurance youthful groom guv it the preacher 25c. Tho sherltl of Pulaski took Ben hor husband on his last uvangcllstie reversed. It pajs whllo jou live. You sujlng that was all hu hud. Hu linker, sent up for life for murder to tour for his hoisu through Marlon, have to die lo get the best of tho InsurChris Drelsler und Mis Mury S, penitentiary, but tho warden deWe have a choice line of Children's VesteeSuils, $1.50 to 13 50 They Adair, Tajlor and Casey. ance companies. Pfelilcr, both of tho Mlllcdgevillo sec- tho and clined to receive him because thero had In fact they are up are beautifully made and trimmed Mits. llAititivrr Glascock Hum. Is Cait. PKNNY has three parrots that tion, were married by Judgo J. P. Ual- - been u small-po- x cac in tho Somerset prices right to glvuu "Society Mltstrels" ut Verloy yosterduy, ufter which they had him from Porto Illco. jail, und he had to be taken back. sailles tonight, and jestcrday hor pic- ho bi ought with We aro showing some ready made Shirt Waists In tho they talked Incessantly In their pictures taken. An exchange was asked why to many ture appeared In tho Louisville Times. At lirt Fniltil States Collar Brand at only 9Sc. Rudolph Finor, of Louisville, was they aro rapidly discard Spanish, bill women and so few men attend church GKN. D. It. COLi.li.it. of Garrard, and ing that language now for Lngllsh and married In Washington to Miss FlortSTNew Piques and Wash Goods Just in tills week lion. P. P. Combest, of Casey, wore on bid fair to become as proficient In It us ence Mitchell, who, it will bo remem- In Ohio? Wo gavo it up at first, but on picking up tho Ohio Penitentiary on resolutions ut tho tho committee Mlsi I'.llu May Saunders' unusually bered, gavo u rcudlng ut Wulton' Op- No's, wo see thai thero are 2,25't male railroad convention In Louisville this smart bird. era House several year ago. und 4.1 females confined In that Instituuftrik. The Vundcrblli Fuir honeymoon was TllK boll wether of tho republicans disturbed by their homo being burned tion. How do you expect tho Ohio men SPALIHSH, of Lebanon, Is Mlts. Hi'.X t..!iin,. in,r father. Col. T. P. Hill. of tnls county, told a ropoi ter of this und when they went to u New York to attend church when they aro In tho penitential y"! Shu broiiL'hl him a pair of hound pup paper thut m 'hero was but one candl hotel tho bridegroom' dog bit thu beoxtra fox humors, date for iitllroitd commissioner, ho IKirter und ho hud to pay him $100. ilus, warranted to rouui tii .'J yi ins. and tho colonel Is very proud of them. thought It useless to have a county I sulTerul 'IS jt'iin with a coukIi. ami William Hubbert, who eamo to Hur and numu delegates, so nono rodsburg from St. Louis, in rag und K.ut liuiulrtiUnt dollars with doctor and Du. J. M. FitAzr.K, of Muysvllle, convention held, (t any body represented the jiosed as a beggar, surprised tho na fur mi'dliino to mi avail until I uil It ri'imdj Tills candidate for commissioner of ugrleul was Ikll's county, hu was unauthorized. n Iuiikh live by returning theio Monday night inukts II Uom'II, strong. It h 111.saved my tine, wiw hoi o Tuesday prosecuting his nraiiuliurg. llfo. J. canvass. Ho married a daughter of J. S. MuitlilY, Turnersvllle, U agent with Miss Curt lo Hullo Tutt, of DanCHILLEDlato Judgo LusK, of l.ancater, and for tho Wulter A. Wood much I ties and ville, who fell in love with him ut tlrst tho husband of Mrs. Alice also for tho Lowry Grass Htndlng sight, und making her hi wife. It turn MISS EVELYN TARDIF, u sister of tho Lusk, of Hustonvllle, and being so Twlno. F.vorybody knows tho excellen- out thut Hubbert I weulthy. Tho Seamstress. Mis Suruh McCauley, who ha Just Plain anil 1'ui.liloimble Sowing. Cutting and closoly related to us ho thinks that wo cy of the Wood machines and Mr. MurWater Works St. should Instruct for him. no is u guuu phy tells u that $3 worth of tho grass died ut tho ugo of Ml year, at Ham- Pitting u ()H'Clttltiv. and ex democrat, an will go u far as $15 worth of thu mond, Kan , I tho last of an old and twlno member of tho Legislature and wo do other. Mr. Murphy also keep supplies eccentric Illinois family of live sister, and could do better. who, according to tho local pre not seo that wo and ropulr for tho Wood machine. tho gossip of their closo neighbors, HON. O. H Kkllku, of Carlisle, Asut for lbs Pkuiuns. William Perkins died at promised their mother on her deathknown and loved of ull men, was hero A. Wood Machine Co., Wednesday. Ho wuuU to bo tho dem- Rowland Tuesday uftornoon after a bed, moro than 50 year ugo that they Walter of long Illness of consumption. Ami sIm eot fur lbs A wife, would never marrv, and remained truo ocratic stundard bearer for seciotary c..n nnd If the Darty knows what Is- who was a daughter of David Poppies, to that promise. It' dollar to doughLowry Grass Binding Twine, For Sale by gratlll- two sons and a daughter, Mr. Phil nut they nover had a chance. good for Itself. hU wish will bo .li.ik.n.l ltMltm l.tiitl. BV wurthuf which I lll Price, of Itlchmond, survive. Ho was od. Mr. Keller la an uu uruunu t; aim 113 worth of lbs nvul.r Mud. L.o ii far HIGG-IN- S Sr. LAND AND STOCK. lu nd man, u democrat without gullo and an a clover man and a hard working one with tho cruft. until tho dread disease begun to gnaw ...iii,,.. .,f hlL'h standing MACHINE SUPPLIES AND KEPAIHS. Fut hog uro Boiling ut 21c in Adulr. sud I will auvs you uiuncjr. Though ho looks like a boy ulmost, ho nt hi vitals. Tho burial occurred ut Jack Chlnn will bo starter ul thu u Call uu ins KMlllirilY, Turners II!, K jr. J In tho Confederate Goshen yesterduy. y0SH5I0'4"-served three jeaw PATENT Louisville race. ( J .... .Linn iiutn has served moro L P. Wood bought of W. H. Anion Mr. D. G. Slaughter, SLAUUiirmt. many terms In tho LegislaSouthern Uuiuil InTesimsni Company, Ths that) that proprietor of 11 feeding cattle ut $15. many court rollct of tho ture fiom tnoro thun that Tho 150 cattle ou tho Georgetown Dripping Springs, died Tuesday, after Of Loxlngton, Ky. ties. uu illness of sovcrut inoiiuis oi con- market Monday sold ut 41 to 5c. Will bo live chlldron.tho Thompson bought In thu ShelJames sumption. Shu leave L0CALJHAPPEM1MBS. INSURANCE REVERBED. stulT ut Plan: youngest being only tlvo year old. A by City section u lot of butcher Moi.lSi: and Tiger Com Planter ut mombor of tho Christiun church and a 3 to 31c MuKlnney'. Illgglns .V We Pay While Yen LWe. Cluronco Coile, of tho Perryvlllo devoted W. C. T. U. woman, ho did 014 Line Companies Pa7 When You Die, section, hu u six week old calf thut Waluut, cherry, much to elovato munklnd, sometime WASTKO. Loti't. hickory, A. U. under tho most adverse circumstance' only weigh six pouud. oak, Kplar, ash and Splllman Uro., of Garrard, delivered 0,trIVi.iMalJ lullilun Iwiiffitt. Itov. A. M. Lambert hold a hoi t serSine. . (rr Vl,ol Ittwrtssua nurtu. tho grave whon tho remain to R. 11. Spuiks, of Nlcholusvlllu, vice at HAllNh WKAIir.N, tUm1 Aiwiit, SKKour J0 Haitfoul lilcjclo and BUuford, Kv. C. O. Cemetery 80,000 pound of hemp at $1.75. were Interred lu tho 14 Ulri(loii, hy. Lowest Prices. Work (luaranteed. Htcyclo Sundrlo of ull description. I Wednesday. Gen. John 11. Casllcinun' lino mare, Hlgglns & McKlnney. m WK tinvott record of mores than fiO- ,ip.u iHirruuny imtu hcbum iiiuni "w ou think that entitle us to jour con lidoneo? Penny's Driiir Storo PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. lrmmngs. Nr.W draw string ribbons rtnd Pique Soveranco .t Son. TAKI. jour watches and clocks to bnlton for satisfactory rcMilrs. Pltl-S- M We havo now n complete Kmlly, has foaled a filly by Highland lino of Swiss, Llslo and Jorsoy ribbed Denmnrk. It ought to bo a good one Jonci. vcsU from 5 to Me. John The agricultural department will Stuayko or stolen, a bay mare with ralso dales In tho arid region of scar on head and wethers. Howard II J. Mel toborts bought of Judgo W. for her return. Monroe Stewart, StanIt Carson a horse for 170 and with a ford. new buggy has as nice a turnout an anybody. SMALL-PIs so epidemic at Loba Horso show day nt Glasgow only non Junction that passenger trains do stop thcro nnd frolghts only when brought out one stallion. Tho horso not business seems to have petered out necessary to get coal and water. LAUIKH. 2 A Rending-- Tearing, Mutilation of Prices. , l. ox MONDAY, APRIL 17th, county court day In Danville. If InDinvlllcnn this date or any dntci come and tco our 110 nnd $12 Suits for I7.M; 115 and f 10 50 Suits fo $10. Also full line of HaU, hlioci and Gents' Furnishing GooJs If you want nothing yourcelf, come In and nee others buy: llsh every Vrlday nnd SaturC. It. COMMAS nan In Lexington day. All kinds of fruit. Kd Hubbard. thl week. Nr.W Lino Chamber Sets, bright and IlAititlH Wkahen spent tcvcral days pretty, Just received. Wurron .V In Lexington. Shanks. .Miw. J. C McCl.AltY In vory slew ALL kinds of plants In season. Cab with n stomach trouble. M.IW. W. II. M'lHiKUAlt M visiting bugo and tomato now ready. John Fatally Hurt. ROWLAND A CO., car-loa- d Stanford Female College. ,. well-kno- se COME ElK,L"ST mM rd JOHN P. JONES. ' n, iffi&mm$am2Z$mmm!PJffiffi&t&r Irm't mm $10,-00- at. ndver-lUemcnt- ... high-grad- e well-kno- 1 m wi-ii- J. S. MURPHY, And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- SEVERANCE & SONS. ii,&$miGmi,mmvjWwmmwi BUY THE The Best In The World. McKINNBY. f A m I 1 ... YOUR ETES ! well-kno- Accurately Tested And Fitted in CR AIG&HOCKER'S J "Wjp ' "WaRT ' J MIODLEBURG. THEINTERIORJOURNAL TO... preparatory to planting. Karly wheat looks well, whilo that chanted. will M- - When not sopaidsia.e sown lata looks thin. Corn I selling from $1.73 to 92. Farmers nro nbotit through their oats sowing. HICHI0AN AND CANADA POINTS Tho republicans In convention at 3 Pwffi K , TIME CM Liberty nominated I. II. Taylor, a 3 train nn Sunday. 4 tralnj ewry young lawyer of that place, for reprePullman nml Wucnrr sire pcr is composed of DIVISION. sentative. Tho district KENTUCKY CENTRAL na mart train.. Vrtihuletl IMrlor Car. ou tiny fratni, Casey and Uussell counties and is re No. Arrrlvetal Stanford at I'M . publican. . M. 2 10 t No. 4 IiTr Stanford 0 tralnt iry wV-Jj- y 4 trttna every w1i-djMilton Jones Is erecting a small No. 21 Arrltet at Itowlsnd ll 12 0) DAT. 3 triiru on SunJAy to CHICAGO 4 trAlna on SunJiy to INDIANAPOLIS! r. K. Stanford st No 22 dwelling on Lynn street, and It will bo Yejtlbiileit trains. Standard an Cwnrmtmtnt ready for occupancy about tho first of KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Sleeping Cart, Parlor Cat, and Caf Dining Cars. May. Capt. Green will move Into tho Supt. Ho. 24 Train feint North ............ll 37 p m property vacated by Mr. Jones. 2 41am " " No. X " addition to Ti am N. 25 " ' South ....... .................121pm Lay Is erecting a . his residence. k,.jj Iron Fence. 5 J Cypress Shingles. For alllfointt. J. E. Tomllnson Is talking of moving SOLD. KO'IOH TICKETS his stock of goods at Yoscmitc, to SomHAi(lA(!K CHECKED TIIKOCOU, erset in tho nenr future. Thco. WesFor any Information enquire ol ( ley, formerly druggist and postmaster JOE S. K1CE, Aftrnt, at this place, has gone into tho drug Stanford, Ky, N business at McKlnncy. H. C. Ivclsoy FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Mill Work. and John Coulter hava formed a partMetal Roofin o W.I.,. 1an I'rankf.trf at 7 A. W. and S. 40 P. M, nership and aro now in the drug busionnectlng at (lwwton with J. A C. and reach. ness at Yoscmito. 10 p. v. and lac Paris at :40 a, m. r. M 5 connectlnt Iave I'artt A Sunday school convention, Circlo at , at9:llA. M(1 and S:30 reaching Frankfort at t.U AC and with No. 1, of South Kentucky Association 7 "" JOSEPH R. NEWTON". A. . P. A of Uaptists, will bo held at New Salem Baptist church, April 29.30, An exQUEEN A CRESCENT. cellent program wilt be disposed of and Trains paM Junction City as lollowa' it goes withont saying that a good 12 02 p m No. 2 North...... 4 11 p n Mo. 1 South ..11 so am No. 8 " 4am "4 " ...8181pm crowd will bo In attendance. Every S. ' ,,... Ho. 5 " ...112lain " S. In this circlo is expected to ba rep... Idtpm "10 " ..6 Warn Ho. 9 " resented. Everybody cordially Invited Non. and 2 lo not Hop. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction CUT to attend and participate in tho discus au rucit "YMCA.it. ir a Ucv. V. L. Creech prenehed ht tlio . M. K. church Sunday nml Sumlny night. I armors aro busily engaged In plow-lo- p and otherwise preparing tho soil ty&W&Sl J? -- Four JOHN II. MILLER Fast Trains mm? J W la a canOlilato fur tlir I glalnttiri'. aulijrct in iii notion or iiir iirmnorniie pirtv. R. win - A. IHNTIhT, JONES, . HON. triwrncv SI. F. NORTH va-Nui- c 1 IISMy ETiaUtft " Toledo, Defroil Meck-djy- In Announce. hl eiitnllilncv for tlio iiltioo of HprrM'ritntlve from the county if Lincoln, auliji'ct to tho notion of tlio "li nt tiii: wrATiirifi , lll'srJN VILLI-.- two res MONDAY, APRIL 17 ItnTU., 1800. 3STOTIOE. Notice I. Iif tehv (jlien to nil April Sftli, lMHl. FARM FOR SALE OM inllisi iiiimi KhhI fanning SO TRADE. a ngtlntt the Htnfonl. ltlier. tlnrrnril countr .t Wlilto O.ik Turnpike Itoad ()oininr, not herrtoforo prrwnlcil nml lmnxil ninin h tho HiMrtl of lllrrrtor iifanhl Company, to irpM'iit .nmv to mr iroiprlr pnii en on nr liefnre Tlmrtilav W II TliVVLOU, l'r)ii IM K ."l.ndid frni of Jlnarrnln .South-i- .t I Ik MliMirl Una .1 n ft m .. thltkly noin'ry uneasy trriu. or trale fr firm in ei,tra, K ' twky. fsapiyiii.il In .!. trade (;i, AddrfM lki 41. ilutrrrn Maniunl, Kt y Purulent. 1). 1 W S. UEAZIiEY, D. S., I LancaNtcr, Ky. Teoth Extracted Without Pain With Vltnllrfd Air, I'htalclitn In ntteiul- auco. Ofltra In tho New Thompson llutldlug .... 1 two-stor- y sfj5 A. C..SINE, UL STANFORD, KY. 'i DR. W. L. LOADER, PHYHIOIAN AND DHUiJGIST, MCKlNNKV. - KlCNTUCKV. JWP fl?w (leorge-tow- n Tliorc is no part of our business which or does not receive? Its full linre of nttenllon Prescriptions Carefully Compounded liv.Cm Nlchl and (lie stockf of lv NOTICE TO FHRHERS. 1 have on hind and for sal' UUUOH m ir.ui FORTV IIROKK MULES. Will sell from one to n cnr-li'a- 'roii.nrraooija In the r carry aro not surpasses! by any d 1 LIVZS7, ts9) FS23 VOX AJ.T)' sions. jll. 0 SALS S7AELE. lliix SJ? Panri le Kv city. Our Prescription IVpartinent, however Is runsldcrcsl I lie must Important and the information and rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, A NAII1KIW lCAI'l. and points in tlie far VVeM, Including CalThankful wurdt srltleu by Sirs Ada K Hart, ol ifornia, should address Wa taken with u hod eulil which lirutuli, a. ll. wtllnlon my luiix, cough xt In ami Anally ter iiilnated In (uuiumiitlun. I our dtnUirs gave uie Frank J. Heed, (ien. Pass, Agt , up, aliikI could III e hut a kliorl time. I gate IIK118TKIIKII. HTA.MIAIUl: K. II. Ilacou, Dis. Pass. Agt. uiisrii up tu my r.jiior, uvieriuintsi ii i rouiii not lay with my Irleiidiou earth, I would ueet my W. II. Mclloel, Vice.pres.& (Sen. Mgr. absent ones also. My liu.lind wa. adiltsl tu Slrtdbynb.tta W,.kos.2:.UJi. sire of Jvlniia Charles II. Hockwell Tratlic Mgr. Bet jir. and Cold. ew I HiM'Overya for Coii.uiuplioii, und WJ 2:03, Lottie Irlue, liisht Kt It trial, took in all tight bottles. It hat cured me, and thank t.od, others In tho 2:30 list ai,i taitsl and now a sell and healthy woman" First dam Daisy Field (gruiidam of AIIco ! lila! bottlt. frrv at IViiny's Drug More. Itrnular tun ".' uini ti, inurauutu or pnie rriuuued. Wilkes, 2:1T. and Aleulta. 2:23. ut " '"! "'tlie old) by Entleld sire of six I" Bob illanks was banged at Muyfleld dams of 50 In 2:30 or Utter.) for criminally assaulting a little girl. Second dum. Quickstep, by Kentucky Ho protested his Innocence to thu last Prince, Jr., sire of J. Q.. 2ilT!,. Lenioiiudo. in und others, nud of the dams of two speech, which hu closed 2:2? thus: "I ask the sherlll to plcaso let In the list. Third dam by Old Joe, sire of tho uum of me livu until half past 10." When the Siltlcn. request was granted, he said: "I know J. Q.. 2117 Oalton will stand nt my stable two miles WREY WOODSON, how long I'm going to llvo. Do you?" West of llustonvlllooii Ilrudford.vlllu pike glad I'm Will bt tent to sny sddrett uutll Hie Iiuocratlc (Laughing). "Ain't you State Couveutlouf or ready? I'vo got no toward A Live Colt. any ono. My time has come. They've At $10 To Insure ONLY IS CENTS. got to x me down on the scaffold to Will keep you potted upon all pluses cf the Cov13 W. M. DODD, llustoiivlllc, Ky. entor's rse and btatscaiujsilgu. Lively turr ! hung me. Good-by- e, trusting in God; auel good bye." Ills neck was broknu. Address, eurlosluz 15 tents lu tttiuiM or coin. Till: MESSKNliKII.Oweuaburo Ky. The county G. A. R., will hold their A. S. PRICE, utmost enre Is ixcroied in rviupouiidlng reunion at this placa May 20 und deco-rat- o and tilling orders Surgeon tho graves of comrades that are Dentist, V Interred in the Middloburg cometerv. i K fi The purity of the drugs wol and alun-lut- e All the old veterans aro earnestly reStanford. Ky. arctirsry in ineastiriiig aud weighing quested and are expected to attend. McltoUrt." Iru Stor la ths O.il.y ensure lierft-c- t leull. UttlesoTsr The Middloburg brass band will furlluUJlnf. m nish music for the occasion though wo have not as yet bad authority to speak : for them on this oInt. It is needless Send the in to Made from pure to say that a largo crowd will be in Tin: ian iu.i: t vi li: vu., h.n ii.i.k k cream of tartar. town that day. No US Third The writer, while not a voter, Is nevur..NTrr.i too food ertheless much strong ain partisan und takes too interest tho political world to have paid no attention to things of a political nature while in tho Standard Rulo 6. Itword 2 10', Sired by WaMnj-ha2.1C!. aire of latitude S:l'i, Trees, PlnntN, VIiicn. lllucgrass counties. One thing we find and many other In tho lUt WuNlngham. Nalwtli'a lre. I. a on of Cleorge WllVi-- 319. Alum baking powders are the greatest l'rult and Ornamental Trees, "hrulw, and that is a united democracy. We First dam Tinsel, by Meengcr DuriK 10i, m of lliimbletonl in nud sire of Hlsliio 5:30. menacers to health of the present day. Small I'rults nnd every thing for (Irehard. were surprised to find so many outspo- the dam of Norlalne, yearling record 2:31V.. Ijiwii and Harden Wei employ no ugrut, Second dam lleti, sUterto Jamt'iIIowoll, Jr., by llnmhletonliin 10, olro of IK'iter 2:1TS. MJTAl OAKIM KMOta CO., Mw TOM. ken Stona men, and it Is our opinion bo hut ell illn-e- t at reasonable prices Straw Third dum Jiwlo Sayrc. by Harry Cluy 13, ulre of the dams of ft. Julian 3:11!, llodlne berry and Tree Catalogues nn application y is gaining ground day by day and wo Only the liest rompaniea represent! d. II. rlllLLUNMKVKIt. 2:10 and 15 others that have produced 2:3 trotters; also .Ire of tho dam of Klectlouerr. d Iti(ilirirs solicited. sincerely hope the old Islington. Ky, vet I'. Telephone;;!). (101-lFourth dam by Liberty, ton of Lance, by American Ecllp-e- . K. II. MAIIONV, Agt., Stanford. eran of the Lost Cause will come out Note. Naboth In a luiy. 10 bands high, foaled June 2. Ills pedigree contains triumphant In the Louisville battle. blood of llambletonlan, Ueorgo Wilkes. Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot Jr.. and Harry Clay. William Cullen Bryant, president of We have 'posted our lands and hereby Colt. $15 Will the Loafers' Union of this place, has warn all erons from trespassing on them Utidortulcor, returned from Hoosicrdom. Lev Mares grazed Ht?2 per month, which In all cates rnuit lie paid before they nro taken for any purpose whatever, under penalty of Kentucky Huitonville, Is back from Danville, where n way." No mares shall lie removed till pasture rent Is pild. Caro taken to pre vent ac- the law provided In such rases. NKWLANIl, 9. II. nAl'GHMAN. T. P. he has 'MrKSr&te tives. been visiting friends and rela- cidents but not responsible should any occur. J. W. HAITOIIMAN. A. 1. I'ENCK. .. o(Wi.l IJlrols OSrrs bit MSTTlns la th. M. S. llAt'OllMAN, Michel Taylor has returned E. E. PATTEIHON, and Cusy rountles hull tUxk oKVitBoiaad Cask, SIKS. V. OltlMES. S. II. SHANKS, slaalwaraoa ha&d from a three weeks' business trip to his .1. E. IIIHICE. V. A. CarptuUr, Msni(er. J. R LYNN North Dakota farm. Clarence Cole V SI. WAKE. J. II. HoKlNNEY. S. IIWSLKY, hit. Chestnut stallion. 15', hand, high, bred by Dr. L. Herr, Isli- A. SI, KELANII. J Itecord.SsK. trial man has returned from Lexington, IjihIs J. II. SIcKINNF.V.TImbored where ho has been "rusticating." Mrs. ngton, Ky, BV SIAMBRINO PATCIIEN 58. MItS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Jeff Godbey, of this place, is teaching Sire of 23, of the dams of 130, Including Halph Wilkes, SiOH'i. Crawford, 2iOT)i, Con- - Lincoln County shorthand and typewriting at Liberty. IsAncnstcr, t Kentucky. . 2:131,, Ac, sons have sired oier 130. School will cloao at Janic Wash In- stantliie, 2:12K, Juh-National Bank. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd And Dealer in stitute Friday and Miss Florence Chris- 1 dam Variety (dam of OgdcnsUrg by Orange lllixsnm 23s2:2f.S2:2S4).... Porters Kverylbing table. topher, the principal, will return to 2(jum by Mlddlcton 132 (sire of fourteen CsCfllAl MOsk. fill HARNESS, SADDLEEY, &0. meet all trains. und the dams of tlfleen III 2:3U), her homo in Buena Vista, Garrard 10. son of llambletonlan sJ(tTr toTUf laniifrt IUak A TruU iViuaDj STANFORD, KY. county, much to tho regret of a largo 3dam by Trurnper's llellfounder. tDtl unJrr wine nuuaiirturnl cuntlououily fur TJ tT. circle of friends sbo has made while in OKANOE HLOSSOM 23s (Iro of Orange Chief 2:13!. eight others und the dam. of lied TO THE FARMERS ! our midst, She was not only liked by Illoskom 2:24Jj etc.). by Mlddletown 152. dam Nellie Pout (dam of Orange llud 2:2I,), all her pupils but loved by ono of our by American Star II, etc. All natlout are learning this lesstm fellow townsmen, and deepest sorrow Will Stand at $10 to Insure a Living; Colt. CK4MPlllaWlllllliiitt,i nandwiae .tauion wun amneMmi. nuitu ami style ol iii. fa Implc-mcnt- H goes out for this ono. Mr. C. H. Ogg, Notk ()itdentberUanestreiiily Mambrlno Kin he 1. undouldnlly ihebaiidkiniedMnuf w Otiboruc MauiM family. Willi the sireptiun of a young graduate of Centre, will en uiuui ti,. I'.lh.n Helsaiuroaiid very tins breeder and mark, his Kt with great uniformity a. nsard. Iln. llopliigtsurb butlnes. relttlon. wllljprote mutual Succeed The Favorite Line HehataZ'. .117 itiwnu IU4 .lul. ly bencbilal and pleswul. gineer affairs at J. W. I., in tho futuro i.t.n'n.v.ri vrwl tiMtlr. an.l nure ealt. the world ami I.iii.jmjsimou, trottiniiiiichU.IKlie thau lime Ullll. capable ol Ilia rttsjnl fatter .utrM.ttf.liMl borMstiii 1. Where others falli mint t.s'Ully our He und will be assisted by another young haihlisiwed with him alwavs aud la an euy hone tuget in uiiililton not ha. trolled uillrsln 1 ti ami MUKCTllltS: I.OTJISVII.L1D und .Mowers. Their erfeftioii Is . amount to li months. He 3.1 seconds. All the training he evtr hsd In his Pfe would quarters man just out of the samo institution. obtained In record when a a muddy track at New Albany. In J , hltthtd to an old Ited to iH'Ing built of the liest material that his ot aged horses. He wou the raie lu Hires straight heat. J.J. Wllllamt, money can buy Also lielug lilted with the TO Hr., Mr. Ogg will do his utmost to revive fashioned high wheeled sulky srfilii.t a fieldHelta .how borssat well at a Irutter Hat Isvu thown at J. 8. tissley, (l..Kh, onlyperfiH.tltULLF.lt IIEAHINtiS lu eit.l-eucHe's very levev healel, afraid of nothing William tho old Institution, which has been sad- some of the host Fairs In Kentucky and Indiana and hat won a number uf premiums. (I In won a numussurlugut all llmesllghtei.tdruflund A. W. I'aris'iiter, premluiut) W. II. t'uimulnp. longest life. A full lino of rr"ilrs ulwuis ly on tho wane tho past few years, Mr. ber of iwerlakd J. i:. I.mi, kept on baud, It's now tlina to sow oats, To Will Abo Stand a Good Jack at S8 to Insure a Living Colt. h. II. .shanli Trains Morning ami livening from Un- Ogg hails from Mt. Sterling and Is an lirepare ground proiKirlv buv the Osborne J. F Cash, Disc Harrows. St e our Hay Tedders ion Station, 10th am! Uroadway. amiable young man tind wo trust be J. II. Ostley FltANIf. IIOLT.CLAW will succeed in hi purpose. S. till UI.H.S Passengers lesirinj? RoVal against alum. y Baking Powder Safeguard the uuoicen mcvcLi:s Penny's Drug Store. . NABOTH 10,OlG. I'. ACCIDENT INSURANCE. FIRE, LIFE & A j.c.jv,cCL.vy Stand at to Insure a Living POSTED. J. T. SUTTON, Vm OCDENSBURC 3787. -'- Mason Hotel first-clas- s. UNDERTAKER! - ti",. - Solioits Your Bank ' Acoount, I'nriu Illn-il.'- crt-d- e, CHICAGO. M. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. S, II bhaiikt, President, Stanford, Kv J.H.Ow.ley.lsthler W. M. GALTON 12,910. John Proctor. Jlessetirer. Hay stallion, in haiiils high, by Abdullah llrlgiil, At tahler KY, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFhTANIOIIIl, H. C. RUPLEY, Ths Ft.erchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., In Kecelvluu Illn Fall And Vlntcr GoihIn. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. 1 TWICE - H - M6EK toeur t , w, fcll, j,,,,,, ,.riM.)r . Coital Stock $100,030. Sarplai, 17.323 , w 1SVU, nt iuv ktnble three miles from Shelby This Institution originally rstahlUhed at ths City on thu Knob Lick und Turuersilllu plku po.lt Hank ol btsnford lu 1S.M), & ' u grtn-ulnett- e, then reorgaulted at !' IS CENTS. Twlee-A-Wee- Owensboro Messenger. atiO-tulnu- te 1. theNatlunalllauk of blauloid in IMS andtjilo Money duo when colt la fouled or maru rsurKaiilied at ths 1 list Nttlouil llauk of Stanford partid with. Oriiks furnished at 3 Cents tier day. (Irass bill mu.l Ihi paid before stock lu Mil, hat had practically au uninterrupted eilit- Is removed 1 will also stand tho excellent young Jack, encefor II yean, ll it ltlvr tuplhsl now will Ucllltiea for tmitaclluir kii.lueM proiutly sud lib. srsllytbsusier before in Its long sud bonorsbU high 1.000 lbs., stri-,In- Torn King, lion 'lull's ilum by Levi nubble's career. Accounts vi Individual!, fMuilarlet,Druii Prince, at S3 to Insure a llilng colt. Hob acdlaJlvIdualasolhlted. 11 At $5 to Insure A Living Colt. --BO-E3 T-tA-I- Editor Tall has proved himself to beau excellent breeeder. II. P. POWELL. Shelby City. UlHICTOSt. V. Southern Railway THE Ilsld, Uncoln Co. J. W. Ilaydcu, Stanford 11 "h I bbst'op thenTaluV I .LIPPINCOTT'S nDNTHLYJAAGAZINe Contains a eoapUta' bot! In verv number, In addition to u lance quuutlty of Useful ud eutcrlulnlng reading matter. wrllillon, 3.00 1X.T year. Aneuts wauled lu eterjr town, to whom b uwt liberal Inducements will be ottered. X. fiHtHUa tlorlr: tthlth ' JooKvnoftt la siis.t It should ba la every household. rt-dt- rt. But J. a. urracoTT company, ruoiaairs, rHILADILPHIA. W, A. Trlbtls, W.l'. Walton " I'ENETICATES WIMK EYES AUK MAUI BTItOMJ, Combined bay stallion, Hi bauds lilgln M. J. Miller, MLVtroou J.UCulllsr.CrabOrcb'd IKir "Islon made clear, ttjes removed und both hind unkles white. giunuluted lids or sore eyes of any kind GREAT M.U.EImors, Stanford, STATES Hired by AliliAI.I.Ail SIksse.mick. piedlly aud effectually cured by tho u.o of I will stuud my flno Jack, Hero, ut my First dam the William Lusk saddle mare Kagle Kye Salve. It's put up stablu, near Moreland, tho season of isuu, Sutherland's Keutucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Ocorirta orricsti. In tubes, und sold on u guarantee. by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Dreuiion, J B. Hocksr, Prtsldtut: J, J. McltoberU Csihltr, North uud South Carollua, Tor sale ut I'euny's Drug Eton Alabama, Mississippi. At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. by luip Dreniioiii 2nd dam by lllghlniider. A McKIud.v AnUtautCthler. Abdallah Slessenger, she uf English HunMrs. Hello Coleman, a widow, 45, and lie Is und was bred by Itev. ter. Is by Slessenger Chief, slru of Sluud by Abrabum, Jr.. mother of tho wlfo of Conductor Cole, Woods, of Danville, and Is Is au large Messenger, SUS),. out of a good Jennet, uud of the L. & N',, vhot herself through breeder. A lot of his colts can eitra l lletween Louisville am' the South. I will stand English Hunter the season of seen ut seed outs for sale. 500 bushels ruts-prothe breaht with suleldal Intent at my place. I will also stund lstl'J at in V stable four miles from Slunfur,! It pairs. Oliver Chilled Plows und on Crab Orchard pike ut Uowllng Green. Mullu Cultivators, best lu the world. Peering ltolt uud Hall Hearing llluders. $10 to Insure A Living Oolt. I.UNQ IIUilTATION. Peering Itoll aud Hall Hearing Slowers. Bach way between Louisville aud Lexlugtou bluck Jack Is the forerunner to consumntton Moyer Huck boards uud Uuggles, Dr. A three- - eur-ol-d u llvlugcnll. ut $3 to Insure Money due when colt Is foaled or Dell s W. A. TUHIC, O. I' A.. will euro It. und Uurdon Plows aud Double Shovels. " tWThe premium oifered ou Sambo and parted with. glie such strength to the lungs that u cou-l- i Washington. D. O. All kinds of Furulturo uud uny piece or or u cold will not settle there. Twentj live Jumbo will be uwarded on Sept 2, 1 WJ. W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P, A kind of llaruessiou want. Call on 11. II. KINU, C. Slorvluod. C uttut I'euny's Drugstore. i 3 D. 6. CAKl'K.Vi'LK, Ill'STOMILLE, KV. Louisville, Ky HERO. JUMBO. English Hunter. S.T. Harris, J. 8. Hotker, 8. II. llaubtuan, T. P. Hill, SOW'S EIGHT UEffiST SYSTEM. TO FARMERS. Through Sleeping Cars THREE, DAILY TKAINt A. IUNN, Stanford. Ky, L