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William Ihnworth.lM. and Miss Lucy Dr. Win Shelto.i preached at tho Nilntur lup 11 (3 Hnllsold Tho Hran dinner ut Lotiisvillo Is to Harris, II, wero married ut Ludlow. - Paraxon. 91 iiapiisicnurcu ui iiusionviuc,nun(iay. cotilii pinto. James Copp.ige und Mis Mattlo Hov. W H. Crumplon has resigned C. C. Shuwtnaker, a Mercer county The democrats of Marlon nominated I nn o d tprcsIon used by miner In looking (or gold. Wlitn you coiuo to our Dunn wero married at Junction City at Georgetown College and will be- J. C. Ilawllngs armor, Is ileail, aged 7.1. for representative store nnd get our bargains it is n come missionary secretary (or Alabama. Walker Is tlio natno of a now Knox IVidiij. A spiritualist medium says McKln- Walter Hai rls died at Hocheiter, N. Uy thu will of the lato Nicholas 11. loy will not bo elected In 11)00. nnd Auif. Walker U county That Y , from the effect of a beating hi Chesobrough, of New York, .IOO,000 I ought to settle It K)tmnter left to charities and n liglous bodies. Tlio Stnto Hoard let the ocincnt wlfu gavo him Vice President Hobart says ho Is out ICev. W. U. Davidson, of Somerset, of It. HI William Whlto, a widower, killed stand In Caoy and lncrenod Jessamine health will not permit him That you are getting all that Is In It. Our fine line o( hlmsulf nt Ha) ton, O., because n 10. clocd a meeting at Pubanks to bo a candidate again only 1 or cent. ghl refused hi intentions with L'O additions to the Haptlst church district convention, Knlchts of year-olTho It will take 10,000 enumerators to l'j thlim, In Danville, ha been changed Mr. Prank Winston, o a Philadelphia. there tako tho census, which will give that widow, took an ovcrdo-A West Virginia preacher, who was many of of morphine from May 17th to May 10th. the faithful a chance. J lid pit Scott at Richmond decide because ail enemy siioko unkindly of also a deputy sheriff, arrested two lawGov. Gnge, of California, appointed breakers In his audience, handcuffed Dan Hum United State Senator, the that farming land Inside- of a town's her dead husband. AT Till: PIIICKS WL AUK NOW SELLING IT IS A JimIi Anderson, of Pulton, Tenn., them and then finished his sermon. Legislature having failed to elect. limit are not subject to Un tax Tho Georgetown Methodists uro conat brute, beat hi wlfu Into Insensibility of mall-- x Thcro arc thieo cine Major Carter Harrison, of Chicago, Williamsburg, caught, It U Kald, from becauso sho bought u spring drew sidering thu quostlon of erecting a Is In Virginia to buy a farm, and sajs without nsklng Ms permission lsttod handsome now church Tho building he may locato In that Statu at tho closo Nuwsboy Sprowlo when ho Itlclmrd Harding Davis will be mar- Is to cost rliout JT.oOO. und furnishing of hi term. there. WhlloW.T and Kd Oarnird were ried Thursday ut Marlon, Mm , to It about $.',000 Tho report that colored men were To say nothing of the otLer good Pings In np-t- o date stye HATS, SHOES AND Tho Southern Presbvtcrlan general present ut tho dollar dinner of tho UNDEKWKAlt. cultlnir a ditch on Gilbert Garrard's Mis Cecil Clark, of Chicago. Ho i will meet at KIchmond, Va , Chicago platform democrats In New farm In Clay county a rich flow of oil the warcurresK)adent who wa snubbed by Shaftcr. May IS. Tho Northern Prcsbjtcrian York, is denied. win found. Alexander Gaden, an actor In tho general assembly will meet at Mlncc-a)- s Thero uro alrendy seven candidates) Kcbccca K. Hov nobis ha been ap tho sumo day. nolnted iKMlmiMtor at Marctsburg, MellcrtCo, which was holding tho fo' speaker of the House of Hcpresenta In Louisville last week, went The heirs of Matthew I.njne at Hop tlvcs. Cnnnon, of Illinois, being tho Kockeastlo county, vice Kmma V. Cress board out between acts und married Mis kinsvillo chargo that In making bis latest to nnnouncc. resigned. will leaving his property to Haptlst .tiulL'n Scott at lllchmond hold that Florence Warren, of Hodgcnvllle Judge It J. Ilrecklnrldgo delighted Mr. Nancy Iljerly died In Indiana Institutions, he wns unduly Influenced a largo crowd ut Nicbolasvlllu, where the vagrancy law, which provide for ago of h( jcars. Sho and her by Hov J II. Dennett und wife- - und thu selling of vagrant, Is In conflict at tho ho sjioko Saturday afternoon In tho husband wero preparing to celebrate havo brought suit to annul It with tha rcdortil constitution. Interest of his candidacy (or ultorney Sam Jones' meetings in Louisville general. Martin Howmar, on trial at lllch- tho 70 atinlversary of their marriage. aro to bo hold In a huge tent callable mond for Incest, wiw acquitted, the Jury Sho was a native of Kentucky. M. S. Quay was declared Miss Nina Hall, of Now Haven, Kas , of seating IOOO jieople und will bo No. 136. DANVILLE. KY. belle Ing lhat thu allegation wan a not guilty of tho chargo of conspiring conspiracy between the wife und other was killed by tho dUchurgo of a gun raised at tho corner of Ilrook and to misuse Statu funds by tho jury ut shu was trvlng to lake from her llltlo Ilrecklnrldgo streets Ho will begin Philadelphia, nnd Gov. Stone at onco children. 111 Kcverdy Jordan, who conspired with brother a few daj before hu was to next Monday for n three week' siege. appointed him to the Senatorial ''r Mr. Caioltno Skldmorc, of Louis, a man to enter his wife's room nl night marry un otllcor on the llrooklvn. I In Ijiplund a man ha to win u bride vllle, left for u pipe organ for In order that he might hao grounds The Hambrick organization will not by winning a race with her. Tho girl tho I irst Kngll.li Lutheran church of recognize Cnpt. for divorce, was given 10 cars at H. S Irwin, as the is given a third of tho wholo distance Unit city, and tho rcslduo of the estntn nominee for railroad commissioner and Vanarsdall ltros. have taken a con the start and shu can easily win if tho i to uo uevotea to the erection of a will put up u candldato In the person tract to furnlih six car loads of walnut follow Is dlstastuful to her, othcrwUo baptismal font In tho church, which Is of either J. H. Hambrick or C. S (3 gun took that will bo used by the hi allow him to catch her In a Utile to bo decked ev try Sunday with flow- Dodson. ers. Tho flower aro afterward to be Si.plnpflolil IteiH'atlni' Arum Co , of time. A tombstone In Polo Alto, Texas, Mr. Lula Weather Men are always admired. No one is unless his Suj. was a noted Kentucky Gahagan, who sent to "brighten sad homes " Springfield, bears this inscription: "Ho remained beauty, has sued Kev. Jno. T. Cropper, of Kansas Ci- to thu lust a decided friend and enp Ing. her husband. Dr. Win. L. Gahagan, ty, Mo , ha delivered two lectures In Whltccap took I.uclnda IJa In and medical examiner for thu L'nlted State tho Christian church of this place, IKirtcr of democratic principles and In thrmi daughter from their homo measure. Messed aro the dead who Casualty Company, for divorce, alleg- which have been well received. His dlo In the Lord." Powell' Valley, and after ing that the doctor I too Intimate with topic tonight will bo "Tho Conscious beating them, burned their houo. hi typewriter. Hon. John H. Welch, of Jessamine, KxUlunco of tho Soul after It Leaves tho told tho Cincinnati Enquirer, that Tho woman and daughters wore given I lev. Charle Chrlstenson, of Athens, Body from the Standpoint of Universal Hardin will not carry that county, nor IK Jl hour to leave the county. Ala , and Mis Hnrrietl Lucy Marrs. law. Tomorrow Coal cutters are like all other workmen, some better than others night, "Tho Taproot doe ho think ho will carry Shelby, My Tho Kentucky distilleries nnd ware- daughter of tho lato James II. Marrs, clothing is all bought from houses whose coat ctiltersjare as near percompany has ucd tho Warwick will bo married at tho bride' homu In of Infidelity Kxtracted Without Pain." Hoylo or Lincoln and perhaps not house fect ns can be gotten. distillery company at Slhcr Creek for Danville, May 11. Mr. Christensen Mr. Cropper Is u vigorous thinker, Madison and Garrard, In his congresalleged violation of contract In falllnir graduates this jear nt the Danvlllo entertaining talker und doesn't let his sional district. He thinks Goebel has the audience go to sleep. Ho Is entitled to raco for the nomination won. to deliver certain whisky, which tho Theological Seminary. a full house ot thinking people. No K. J. Hampton, secretary to the combine claim to have purchased. To eeure French wive (or French- admission. C) Kentucky republican State central 1 otllcor at Cov- men In tho colonics, tho ministry of HIITo, health Dr. J. Tho shores of tho Ohio at Cincinnati V ington, ha Dceu ucd (or to.OOO In each tho colonics I to open an olllcu In were lined Sunday to seu 47 people committee, who has ben prominentIn connection with a of (our case by meu who claim that ho Paris, whoro nil women sultablo for baptized In tho river by a Christian ly mentioned I can suit you in style, and prices aro cheaper than you and I will see In tho regular armv, has violated tho law with re(ercnco to tho colonial marriage will bo supplied Catholic church minister, who explain them again soon. Keatitiful pittern, elegantly trimmed and prices received the cold shoulder at the case by letting with u wedding outfit costing JGO, with isolation of mall-po- x ed that thoy believed In salvation, low indeed for quality o( goods TKKMS CASH them remain In tho arao house with J JO pocket money and u pas to tho healing nnd holiness, and that Christ I White House, tho president declining to appoint him on tho ground that the colony selected. them. all; that Christ camo to savo sinners, pressure was too strong from other Mis Cora G. Comer, L0, of Chicago, Ilea Guynn and Charle Williams, and all sinner must confess. They direction. engaged In a light on tiled suit In thu Pederul court at Inboth colored, not only protest against Homan Cathol-ogMr. Thomas McUobcrts, of Danville, fit "Smoky How" In Lancaster Saturday dianapolis against MIchalo A. Jordan, but also against the Protestant. night when tho former wns stabbed In of Logansort, demanding $,(0,000 for They do not bellovo In medicine or who, with hi daughters, aro in Cincinsaid to tbu Cincinnati Enquirer's tho stomach and tho latter badly beaten breach of promise Sho charge that doctors, but believe In God, and bo will nati, over tho head. Neither was ablo to Jordan, who I worth J10O.0O0, agreed euro them. Tho convert woro then Hotol news man: "It Is not certain that Hurdln will get Uoyle county, although t ippear for trial jestcrday. Guvnn is to marry her, but gavu her tho shako taken into thu water und submerged, wo adjoin his homo county Mercer," and married another. bully wounded. face down, three times, "in tho name "for Stono has many friends among our STANFORD, KY. Mr. Andrew G. Whltloy and Ml C. D. Thompson, T. M. and W. K. of tho Father und ot thu Son nnd of tho democrats. Senator Goebel has never William Shclton, President: Cardwoll, K. C. Smith, Hen Head, K. Mabel Werno, daughter of Mr. und Holy Ghost." Mrs. Nannie S Saufley, Lady Principal; been in our county, and is unknown Werno, will bo qulo'.ly H.Galther and other aro taking tho Mr. Miss Maltie Paxlon, Mathematics and Physical Science; Kov. Robert Kylund, I). D., is dead tersonally to our people. I havo an Idea legal lop In tho .Mercer county court married at tho homo of tho bride's at Lexington, aged Mi vears. Ho was Miss Eudtira Axtell, Primary Department; I bo nominated for going to Miss Ellen Ilallou, Music Department; to form a eorwratlon for tho construc- parent, in Louisville Thursday after-noo- n for many year prominent In church that ho g Miss Mary Hubbard, Art Department; at which relative only will bo und cducutlonal work, espcctully for govurnor." tion of an electric railroad from Miss Flora Ha Ion, Elocution and Physical Culture- by way of I'crrj vlllo, Novada, present. Later In tho jeur thoy will Mrs Mnggjp J. Martin, Boarding Department tho benefit of colored people. Ho was People often speak of a trillion us a Uiko un extended trip. Tho marriage and Harrodsburg to Hurgln. born In King V Queen county, Vu , In possible number. Tho tact Is not a widow of Lan- will bo tho termination of u huppy Mrs. Salllo Dolllni, a lWVi, graduated ut Columbia College in of seconds have chipped since caster, applied to tho iollce for assist- - courtship of several jears und hundred lJitnnd was thu llrst president, of tho trillion Iron Pence. Cypress Shingles. tho creation of Adam, nor will that thioughout Central Ken In locating her two children, of friend unco Haptlst Collegu ut lllchmond. Dr. number havo elapsed until Feb. 1 In OM)icr and Oscar, aged tlvo and two tucky sincerely wish them all tho joc- Kylund wa married May 27, 1SI0, to of our Lord i"iS2J, for In a oar. Sho say they wero kidnapped und prosperity which eurth can bring. Miss Josephine Norv oil, of lllchmond, tho car of seconds theio aro 31, GST ( tillllon iiml that over blnco her husband died, idvocuti. . Vu, who died Oct. 23, 1810, leaving H'urs, :i2das, I hour, 4tl minute und vvoro ago, threat ulKiut eight month Tho Nicaragua cunal Is to begin ut four children. Ho wa again married 40 seconds. tnado to put thi children In an orphan Grojtown on tho Atlantic coast, fol Juno 8, IMMoMiss Hetty 11. ThornMill AVork. Metal Roofing. Journal. .NO UK. Ill ri) KiIIMb. nsjluin. Courlor low tho ban Juan river 7JJ mile und ton, of Caroline county, Va., who, with riio woman w hu U lonly In fate funu auil Itin- Vowels, (oioiuau Tho body of John bu Uiko Nlcuiugua W miles, theneo to her three chlldiuu, is still living. Ho r lll !() lists IrkMuU, bin b uuv abi 1. vuul.l If H.jkj Ufallrsiiiiti niiut kre bir dealt of tho Mlddlosboro Now, was found llretooii tho Pucltlo 1,UJ -- if. ipkiv mi, .., " e.coast, having a cumo to Kentucky shortly aftor tho .,.-'- . 7 - ull ruu. iliu. ibs Mill W i mnuu.aui iir:-ri.-- ...... vf2lit Loudon, Tonn. ::...".".. war. InTinnosseo rlvor n irnuurc ii.iis bbxKlvuiimiiviu tut.r . iu., ,.. length of Kill mllos. Only piuipli'.. Hot. be, (or a month total nil! iuiiw bl, btr iiiiur Vowel had been mU.lng mtlo rcqulro excavation. Tho Un truiU.mi ui a vrrliiwi c. ni.iexiun mi AaOl'VENlll. mid It I beltovud ho committed sul. summit end of the canal und luko Is 110 irk limn, u tlio Iw.t tnwUtlus in tlif I un.i 10 utlfy lloruuil rHuUUlviib.Uvea strung U liie)n.l illiector und I found them In u hook last nl ,'ht. owolswnsu clilo tho bluuj It luru., britilIt vyvt, fecluboiu tho seu und uxtonds l.Vli will akin rbn wltheied violets, Thcso iu.likku Miiiulb, itlvrly or thu l'Innaolo l'rlntury, luuklua', rharuiliu wumanof a in. miles without locks. Tho canal was A token of that early lovu nukr ii ut Icunya Viui I111.1IIJ Onl was well known throughout Ken- piojcctcd to Sn,ni and d..n That no man o'er forgets. connect tho Atlantic und bluru newspaper circles, having tucky In Pucltlc occun. using tho waters of Prcwsed carefully between tho leaves, color still; IfeSI They keep worked on soino of thu loading p.ipeia Lako Ntcaiagua. Tho "War of tho Rebellion" Is the Tho total dlstunco I cun not looktheir Inut them today WFZMZl In tho State. Ills lutnulns will bo largest history over published. It was from ocean to occun I l(i.'t.l miles, o thrill. Without un terred ut Mt. Vernon. by tho U. S. In 120 huge octavo Issued depth of canal :t0 feet, width ut bottom I Later rc)ort say that wound on the 100 fuel, time least transit from occun Ah, mo ! what trick does memory pluy olumes of 1,000 puges each with a Tho passing cai have lied, " Blnz out the old Blnz In tha now body Indicate, that Mr. VowuU was atlas of 30 parts. They occupy occun II hours, length of Luko Nlc- And hopes that lived In vigor once, Slug out tha (also Rise in the true " wa crushed und to muidoicd. ill head Alas I huvo long been dead. of shelf room, und weigh 600 ."lOfect uiugua 110 mllet), u vertigo width 40 And this Is ull that I can suy We bring to you the new and true from th un urin broken. pounds. Tho series cost $2.,O0O,00O, Is miles, surface urea ubout L',000 squaro When ull said und done: plney forests of Norway limited to ll,000aets, uud has been In Prom New York to San Fran- Those flowers remind mo of somo girl IIP IIINTM1STS I Oil lATAUlM miles. 1I1.WAHI . I HAT CM I AN;MhUCUin course of publlcatlonjfor over 20 vcars. I wish 1 know which one. cisco by wutcraiound Capo Horn the a. AiintrHrylllrilyUtruyllii aniuof smell distance I 1,0(0 miles, by tho cunal Somorvlllo Journal. wbfii ikl iuiui Irltlr ilrisug Ilia whulj. ..ltni nisuusk'h iM.s m.uu: Z....i.u li ihruuuh llii) mucous nirfiuw biiiU sr. tho distance will bo 1,007 mile. Tho A Kunsas legislator rises to romurk VVaitbsrvaullof bit aplrnJl.l btaltb. Imloml Pine-Tar-Hon- ey i but luuuJ estimated cost of const luctlou by tho thut tho enactment of u certain meas labia will and trriutiiJou. Innya and lluwels are out wbarv Muiuicb, l.tn.r, hi Nicaragua cunul commission wa luallilt-aaaIbesuc. If)uuwaut ure Is "tho most outrageous thing that oiorder. brlug, umi Dr.ihrw a itw Life I'llla. from tlit.ul Klnn on lby lulalu, ; .J.ChiwyCo., InlHUsllyII. cuuUiiK no uu Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by has happened slnco Noah was driven IbeyiWtrlopocry tuwrror brain aud budy. Duly Is Iskwi lliT ulrwlly ins .r.l.m. In science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltiro lie at 1'uuu) 'a Prut htorv. ...i ... ........ ti.rf.iMursure yu THK IJACHlILOlt. out of tho Garden ol F.dm." th Ui Curs il tulnllsU'sluribInt.rurily. .l m Is In Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces ue. I I. Uliru While Dob Uianks was undergoing A ctoso ot day. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. I was reading an advertisement of i.. IwlliuuBtiU UoturniDg nomu at my long delay. Ulo, l.yJ. J CUfiwy penltentlul ordeal on tho Who gently chides.. . . Lungs are exhilaTho sore, weary cough-wor..-- uy my. siuo uouguis to suiyr: ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera und Diar- his last rN,l.l by UruuUls, pyl'ti J5c ir bollls Aim mucus Is cut out t the scaffold, hu would preach und pray rated t the microbe-bearinlUU Umlfr litis rs His lt-rhoea Remedy In tho Worcester 13 nter Nobody, begin u cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed prise recently, which louds mo to write uwhllo, und then was taken up by Who sets for ine tho easy chair. membranes are healed and soothed so that there-Ichant which largest stock yards In tho world Spreads out tho paper with such care, Thu this. I can truthfully say l nover used no Inclination to cough. what scorned to bo u thousaud Ncgio Tho combined plants And lays my slippers ready theruV mo In Chicago. any remedy equal to It for colic und SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUaQISTS o( over among tho spectators. Nobody. represent un Investment dlanlura. I have novcr had to uo Aomon Bottles Only. 28., 60s. ant $1.00 Slsst Tho jurd contain UO mile of When plunged In deep und dlro distress, inoie than ono or two doses to cure tho Thu following uppears on a black- When anxious cares my heart oppress, BE SURE YOU GET tiA aaia.avs siah btrcot, U0 miles of water troughs, 60 Who whisper holies of happlnessr worst ease with uivsoK or children. l AM binltli shop door in Alt. Vernon: "You 75 miles any nm-- ij aquZITa Ot iwu a HM-TaMte- w mils of (ceding troughs, und Popomoko, City, Md bed better hav thu money this j ear. If Nobody. W. A. Stroud, It rina aulck and wrmawolrrlkl r. tanlDMwsilMCOaibaaadroUA. ItruAkes of wuter und draining troughs. Tho When sickness comes In sorrow's truln, For sale by Ciulg iV Hooker, druggists don't I will pull tho shows oil M. X. Mttuai., jou nk Use attoo.-l- a. yards aro capable of receiving and ac- And grief distracts tho fevered brain, VMiuauu I will not show no tnoro withA banana combine Is being organized shore. commodating dally 20,000 cattle, 20,000 Who sympathizes with my pulnr out tho money, Jan. 2, lfe'J'J. Signal. Nobody, at New Orleans. sheep and 120,000 hogs. for post-otllco "OUT FOR THE DUSF OT AiGOUILD OL AIM d nt t Gold Mine in Itself SUITS MADE TO ORDER. $1.25FranklinShoes75e THB ; GLOBE, Telephone J. L. Frohman & Co., 3?S le I Well Dressed ncl-dres- 1 Mas.-Harrod- burg y I I !l S(B(0AiP rm i f I Can Fit You. H. J. M'ROBERTS. I I I Stanford Female College. Joi-cp- Mitch-ellsbur- zK ;'A.C.sm&,( STANFORD, iSJ7 rjirj T - KY. I ". :i-- P-- sv 1 old-tlm- lu 1 DR. BELL'S lllj,-000,00- 0; lots-8S- n 1 1 g blood-curdlin- g s 0. M's For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. ArR. 25. 1899 W. P. WALTON. lovo feast of the re publicans nt Louisville, harmony Moat- n ed around In great chunks. John Brown, a Hambrlcklte, and Senatrains with tho pap torDcboe, who sucking cowd, had a passaco at arras In which tho former 9red this shot Into thoobtusoand obese doctor: "Never In my llfo have I seen the high otllcc of Senator so degraded." Dcboo prow red in the face, but was at a loss for words to answer. With Gov. Uradley chargi i,o .jwftllcd Mu-8o- n I ing that Hunter U neither entitled to honor or respect and half tho republicans agreeing with hlra on that point and fully as many coirclding with Drown In his diagnosis of Dcboo'scasc, tho republicans aro getting together Though any kind of death was pervery much Uko tho man In Texas kept which bodes good for haps too good for tho Negro, Sam hotel. All of man in symptoms of Insanity-"St- . democracy and settles republican hopes Hose, who murdered a white Georgia and then raped his wife near Lnula has raised JI.UH.tl70 of th for all timo to come. in Kentucky tho dead body, tho story of tho fiendish Sj.OOO.OOO Drowsed to clinch tho prop in which ho was put to death, osltlon of holding a world's rair mere IN a long artlclo on Gov. Bradley's manner by his party, shows a brutlshncss and cruelty that and tho rest is said to bo In sight. turn down In Louisville pcoplo should havo been InBenjamin Wlnslow Dudloy, aged uJ Col. Breckinridge, who knows how It Southern says In tho Lexington Her-ai- d capable of. Tho Negro had committed ond a prominent citizen and turfman, Is himself, g for two of tho most.horrlble of crimes and committed suicide at Lexington. Ho that ho "has a death, but there can had been suffering from Insomnia. Gov. Bradley, but assures hlra that richly deserved of bo no excuse for butchering hlra and In llfe-b- oth Alf Taylor, a brother of Gov. Bob, there Is much left glee and the has mounted tho lecture platform and tn pleasure and work even after being burning him fiendish On the honor of the appeared at Elkton last wcok, whero turned out of one's party. And there act puts a stain In being free from all State that will bo hard to eradicate. they said ho was the best of tho two. is some comfort tho peo necessity to bo prudent In speech." Tho Atlanta Constitution asks Tho contract has been let for a rail- O. Is a vast difference between ple to remember tho tacts before judg rnni frim PrlnCQ On tho C There Bradley's position and that of Breck- ment, but no state of facts warrants through Fayette to Raleigh county, inridge. The former Is and will con- such savagery Id a civilized country. W. va. It will open up a rich coal tinue to be tho head and brains of the GEN. Hakdin is either a verv confi field. republican party in Kentucky, while dent or a very boastful man. He told An American firm contracted to dotho latter ha no standing In either the Lexington Herald that no is sure liver a bridiro for tho Atbara In Egj pt party. The democrats won't have him to win tho nomination for governor, for X0..VX) In 42 days, while tho English and the republicans showed when he that Goebel's strength wasconflned to bid was for $10, IW and the time six ran under tho log cabin that they don't his own and a few other counties, months. want him, and there he is. Joseph P. Foard, of Earllngton, has while he, Hardin, would get more votes taken the bankrupt law. His liabilhimself. The republicans evidently waut to In Stone's district than Stone two, ho ities are $VJ,4.Vt.4. Assets principaltbo see the democratic hand before they A combination between Mason-Foar- d as ho will go to ly of 10,000 stock In the deal their cards, If at all. After select- says, can not beat him company. organvotes to ing Lexington as tho place they fixed Louisville with enough Judge Henry Ward, of Cynthlana, and Julv T'asthe date for their conven ize the convention Is then dictate whnla 84. anoeared beforo tho court a good factor in Confidence tion, three weeks after tho democrats matters. case of his wo opine that Gen. Hardin of atiDeals and plead that a will have named their ticket, whlcn, H a fight, but K ndvanppd so that ho might live to win Is disposed to talk through his hat and oiwi inilirraent Is used. Is certain to overwhelmingly. Tho counties aro to like tho fellow who went through the see it settled. James Donohue, a wealthy bachelor, whistles to keep select delegates to the republican pow- grave yard at night, of Louisville, tied his legs together ami his courage up. wow In any manner and at any time Jumped into his cistern. Ill health had thnv see fit. The representation is one Mr. WattersoN gives Dr. Eaton made him long for death, which scon 100 votes cast for delegate for every two or three columns In tho Courier- - camo to his relief. Bailey for clerk of the court of appeals, Journal to refute bis argument against Eight companies of troops at Atlanta which will give Lincoln county 16. Tho the Walnut Street Baptist church s were ordered out Sunday night to prowas rcmarkablo meeting In Louisville action In giving distillers a yeartoglvo tect the murderer of Miss Pearl White, for tho absence of familiar faces and nn tholr tmalnpssi nr their membershlD. ioV... h...l l.oon tiiken thero from Wol- for the Inharmonious mingling of the and the doctor makes suoh good use of gey for safe keoplng .! . factions AJUn. Ij uutu nnhort. Wvatt. of Palmyra, Ind.,aged inera. mai iuu uruav cuiwji i fittdml to let the matter drop and close tho In 00, is at tho point of death as the result The New York Herald takes It that Watterson may be "some Lf excessive cigarette smoking. During Uecd will move to New York more to cldent. Mr. bo nominated for punks" In politics, or perhaps wo had the last year ho has puffed at them aid his ambition to but his hulr almost InceteSntly. president than to make money In tho better ua tho past tense, In the matter of church Thu court of anneals decides that the practice of law and his action Is regard- is verv short pro both bv McKlnloy government and what he doesn't know onemtlnff of a iko1 room Is not tho ed with uneasiness about it would till several octavo vol- duct of a single ImpuUo and that their and Roosevelt. Heed and Piatt aro owners can bo fined as many times as great friends and this Is also regarded umes. the grand jury Indicts thera. danger. Heed may as an element of Gov. Bradley denies tho report-thaTho whole South Is profoundly stirnot be the most popular, but he's Infincomes from Washington that he Is Negro strongest personality In tho booming Hooeevelt for president, but red over the lynching and itely the on women and prominent Geor If he were to be republican party and ho will hardly deny that ho would like women suggest measures elected president, ho would rule tho to see Hanna's man beat by anybody gia men and an oven heavier rod of and that ho will help to that end. Since to protect women In rural districts. country with At n dance near Versailles Lena iron than he has ruled Congress and Kentucky's governor snubbed Hanna Munday drew a razor and rushed at made It do his wll. so severely, MuKlnley has shown a John Francis. Ho warned her to deantipathy for Bradley, which ho The basto with which Gov. Stone, of decided returned with Interest and will sist but sho heeded him not and In- Pennsylvania, tried to show his sympa- he has shot her In tho head, killing her stantly. thy for Quay by appointing hlra U. S. turn to account at tho proper time. Th nnnratlons of the couotcrieiters Senator Immediately on hto acquittal U. S. Irwin, railroad commissioner mat cantured by secret service officials of a crlmo of which ho is doubtless and republican nominee for guilty and In which the famous Scotch has written a book possibly entitled extend over a wide territory. At Cin verdict of "guilty but not proven," "What 1 do not Know About cinnati a hulf million cigars wero In boxes bearing counterfeit might bavo with great propriety been It ought to huvo been pubreturned, Is condemned on all sides. lished as a serial with each commis- revenue stumps. Unions tho Senate goes back on all sioner, present and prospective, conAn niTort will be made to uivoree mo precedents, however, Quay will not bo tributing a chanter. They are all city of Lexington from Fayette Coun seated, though to It, shuino be It said, alike Ignorant und aro not chosen bo- - ty. Under tho present, urruiiKumuui, precedents, constitutions, right and cause of their Knowledge of railroad, tho city pays more man nun oi wiu justlco cut no figure with republicans but apparently for tho lack of it. county's revenue, getting pructlcully when thuy want to do anything. nothing in return. Editor Knott, of tho Louisville Robert Allison, for oi years at tho The Owensboro Messenger says tho Post, is on trial for criminal libel. We head of tho Frunklln Typo Foundry, of reason Lexington was chosen for the Iiodo ho will "como elcur." so ho can Cincinnati, and known to every printer republican convention is because tho bo tried at once for libelling democrats in k',.iit.iiRlv. has retired. Ills loun- small attendance that Is promised that and the democratic party. dry went in tho trust and It wanted u side show will not be so notlccablo In a younger man to run it. BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. small place and In a small ball. Iu lbOj, While a dentist was uriiung uui, of Morgantown, the Auditorium at Louisville was all Biieak at Danville tooth for E. L. Price, Capt. Stone will too small for tho faithful. But things ho coughed and knocked the instrucojnty court day In May. Hcls In Louis-vlll- o have changed since tho dissolution of Shannon Held, a prominent Shelby ment down his throat. us pray and bo Elizabeth, for which let to bo operated on, but thero Is county man. Is dead. surviving. thankful. The biggest yet is the proposed cop- hardly a chanco of his Sam'l. Newhouse, of Salt Lako City per trust with $100,000,000 capital. THE Southern Printer, a monthly Mutual Llfo Insurance Co, journal puuilBUCU ut uuyinuo.mu ujr I Taylor Whitehead, or Louisville, paid tho :s:j,828 for a pain up puuey mm uunm- committed suicide at Lebanon Junction. W. u. wmiesiues in mo iiuuruatui um Richard Mansfield will present "Cy- ty, Ho Is to get W,W a yer uurjng craft, has made Its appearance, which w,o"". n- i mo Is a very creditable one. The editor rano do Bcrguruc," at Lexington May llfo and tola heir largest transaction of tho kind on rec uervo to start any Oth. realizes that it takes Watch out for counterfeit $" gold' ord. kind of a paper, especially trado one, Dr. B. E. Patten, of Terro nauto pieces, which aro said to be very nusuys he has counted the costs. but is believed to bo dying from thu effect merous. Ho clulms The woods aro full of candldutes to The jury ul Lake City, S. C, In tho of ursonlo und chloroform. by til succeed Speaker Uecd. Henderson and cuse ol tho lynching of u otraastcr, the poison was administered wife, who is sulug for divorce. Dr. both of Iowa, are announced disagreed. Hepburn, Eleven houses burned In Clay county, Putton ha mode u sworn unto mortem and bo Is Soreno Payne, of New York. Shearman from the same Stulo Is said causing u loss of $10,000 and rendering stuteinont. Tho domtstlo exports of this counto bo tbo administration candidate and 120 families homeless. furtn on which Abruliam Lincoln try last year exceeded tho greatest forthat means a good dual. Tnu lace it Is The said will resolve itself Into a contest was born has been purchased for bis mer year by $1M,284,310 and reached son. Robert T. Lincoln. tho enormous buiii of (1,218,201,1)13. between the East and West. Sc N, has, It The Soutberu and the L. Tho imports wero tho smallest since T. L. Micdcai.k has succeeded U. is said, purchased tho "Motion," which luiii p.ip nvorv dollar' worth of mer- NiuiW a na mlitor of tho Corbln News. has u mileage of -l miles. chandUo brought Into thl country, $2 ...l.lxli l n j t.ul.1. rl ni ti nvl Mr a,1Imj Moonshiners ambushed a party of worth of lu prodncts found u market WU(tUUMRUUIUI W.M,Mj bUIHl. utmost us often as the moon changes Tonnceseo officer and killed one of abroad. them, Sberilf Dawson, of Cocke county. Tbo postotllco department will in her phases. m-nfellow-feelin- cruiser, IUlclgh. has raised abrccroln dlplomatlcclrclesbyrclatlnghlspcMon- al observations or a rcouKo nnu inrcoi administered bv Admiral Dowey to tho German naval commanders at Manila. He says that when tho Gorman warships were disposed to act ugly there, Dcoy sent for tho German representative and told him that If ho did not order his ndralral to ccaso his operations and let tho blockado bo complete ho would fire on his vessels. "But they are flying tho German flag," tho representative observed. "They can bo bought ntCOc a yard," replied Dowey "and If you want war I am ready for It." This was said so emphatically that the discussion ended and tho admiral evidently got his orders as ho ceased from troubling forthwith. Capt, Coghlan Llko tho parrot, seems to havo talked too much and Secretary Hay has expressed strong disapproval of his conduct to tho German Ambassador. Coghlan will bo relieved of bis command. Capt. Cogiiland, of the returned "didn't know hit gun was loaded" and fatally wounded a younger brother. Tho P. O. department Is sending stamps to tho Philippines, with tho word "Filipinos" printed ncross them. Claims aggregating S117.000, proper-tof tho defunct Exchango Bank nt Plemlnsburg, wero sold for 0. at auction. Tho grand Jury at Owensboro returned Indlctmonts against "fl flro Insurance companies for conspiring to raise rates. The city hall nt Lexington will bo sold by tho sheriff May l, to satisfy a Judgment of $100, In favor of J. B.Todd against the city. The ?teamcr Gen. Whitney sunk off tho coast of Florida. Twelve men wore drowned and a boat containing lo others Is missing. JihIitp F.rnn sent J. Allen Ross, a r.ni,i.viitn Votrm lawver. to tho ponl tontlary for flvo months for collecting an Illegal pension fee. It is reported that Rostand, tho auth 'f!vpnnrde Bercerac." has beer f taken to an asylum, having developed y John Walters, of Waynesboro. N. 0., troduco a now form of postal money order. Itwlllbomado to conform to tho size of an ordinary bank check, and tho marginal figured hcrotoforo printed on tbo money order will no longer bo used. A receipt will also bo irlvon the remitter at tho tlmo of tho purchase of tho order. Just Think A largo ns.ortmcnt of good Wall from at tho store of Of It. to Paper at 4c, .1c. 0c. 7c nd 8c per roll telect Mrs. Georgo caso atCanton,u.,wm In ilvnn tn tho iurv tomorrow afier a Wo alo hang Wall Paper at fie r roll by tho ntn.t competent men and carry ev. three-weetrial for the murder of cry thing In the Saxton, Mrs.'McKlnley's brother, who dishonored her. Ono woman sworo that sho saw her shoot Saxton and an- Pictures Framed to order on short notice In laic.t styles. Give n a call nnd sco other that Mr. Georgo was at her how you can savo mnnry. houdc when tho killing" occurred, but No.iUHl Mnln.St.. Danville, Ky. Telephone No. 121. tho former was proved an opium cater with a very vivid Imagination. Tho irvunuo stamp counterfeiter Just captured In Pennsylvania, must in havo done a land office uusincss. n..nrlv ever? cltv In tho U. S. cigars havo been seized bearing these coun terfeit. LouUvlllo mcrchnnM catching It for manv thousands. It I tho opinion of the secret servlco department- that tho tobacco dealers were not in collusion with the counterfeiters, and In most of tho case tho names of tho dealks A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Constant Attractions Eaoh Week Pre- pares Surprises And for the Next. Plenty of Them. t ers are withheld. Col. M. Lewi Clark, founder of tho Loulsvillo Jockey Club, and of tho Kentucky Derby, shot himsolf In u hntnl nt Mnmtihl. whero he was judge in tho races, and died Immediately. Ho was the best known turlraao In Ameri ca and tho stralghtcst. Ho was a dead L'ume man as wus shown on several oc casions, tho mo-- recent being with Ed Corrlgan at Cincinnati, when ho mado that loud mouthed Individual Keep a lock on It, at tho point of a ulstol. Col. Thomas G. Moore, of Crab Orchard, once took n shot at him. wounding him slightly, but ho didn't mind a small thing like that. Ill health and financial reverses aro said to havo caused the suicide. Sam Hoc, tho Negro who murdered a farmer near Palmetto, Ga., 10 days ago and criminally assaulted his victim's wife, was taken from the jail at Newnan, Ga., Sunday afternoon anil burned at tho stake. Before tho torch was applied, hi cars, fingers, c, wero cut off. After death, his heart und llv,.p and other iart of the body were removed and tho remains cut to shreds. Tho Negro confessed the murder, und :ild tho crime had been committed ror $12, naming n colored preacher as the man who paid him. Tho mob alter tlni.lilni? Its work with Hose, captured iho preacher. Elijah Strlckluud, and put hlra on trial. It wai a furoo of courso and oer tho pratest of good citizens, he whs strung mo up aud tho bouy mutilated, mob LMUiihl Albert Sowell, who disap proved of promiscuous Negro killing, and put him to dcuth. On tho body of Strlcklund was pinned a placard, "Wo Must Protect Southorn N omen." Irish barrister (addressing the bench) Your honor, I shall first absolutely prove to tho jury that tne prisoner coilld not huvo committed tho crime with which ho Is charged. If that doc not convince tho jury, I shull show that ho was lnsiino when ho committed It. If that falls, I shall prove an ullhl. Iiouisville Store f 2-- Prices like these have eloquence words can not give. c. Ask to nee them, worth double Summer Comets the money. Pink and Blue Lace Trimmed 93c. hort waiM Coiets only Ladies' Corset Covers, plain 12c. Kmhroidery and Lace trimmed Corset Cover only 2oc. Kmhroidery trimmed Coret Cover, worth o()c, only IV.k: "WASHANLK FABRICS. Many new ideas are being shown in this department this week. Pique, beautiful variety, colors and figured. ues at lite, our price only 10c. Good val- All colors In Near Siik lining, only 15c. Morrvn Miirtlng 15c. tallica' lire Skirt, fancy niul aollil colors, J'Sc lo 13. Striw Sailor. 15c, UV, W)c anil 7ic. Come nnd Rt;t ono ol our MKN'S WKAIt. Colored Collar, Mr 15ciiiallty, our prlru 10c. While IJncn Cbllarv, Mantling anil ttirmlown, .aiwt .lylc S tn lfta. NVgligee SliirU Iloo. Striped Silk front Shirt Dc. Umlcrfhlrl for men, lilcaclicd, onlr 15c. A g"'l "Hk finfohcd Sunilf r IRo. Three good patra Siiipundor for only L.YDIK3' MUSLIN UNDKltWK.VIt. to il. Drawers, HfiimtltclPed tucked rutllva MualluCowim, taco and Kmbroidered trimnicil, lilgb and low neck, Wc to tlO. l'ettlcoat., IleuKtltched and embroidered, Spanish llounce, extra good value. 60o toll. A big line of fancy Calicocfl3Jc. Yard wide It rached Cotton only Near Silk l'etllcoiits, fancy audaolid colored (klrtn, 75c to fl 50. Yard Wide I'ercllea only 5c. 4c. Yard wide llleached Cotton, tree from atarch.only IJc. Good Heavy Ilrown Cotton yard wide Ic. Three yard Lace Curtain 50c. llcttcr grade 75c, f 1 to K'.50. ga liners. I I I to -- io. CLOTH I NO. Iloy'a Kne l'ant, junt the thing for warm weather, only 15e. Men. Cottan H 33c Men'a Cawiuiero 1'anta Ue. Thi. pantlan gnod value at fl 50 U'ooin fix to i'M, you up hi a Suit from tallies' double patent tip Oxford fttkv .Men'a lint SIiikm IHc Men". low cut Sluioa I. HaU for Men and !!oy Wo keep a full line of A big line of Ingrain Carpvta and Mattlnc at l'nt $'-- t out-rac- YOU GET MORE In the The Louisville Store. T.l). town, llopklnsville, ICAXKY, Manager. llranch atores al KlUiibethtown, I'.lkton, Owen.bnnt, Sho'bvvllle, Vcrille., Ihrda Madinonvllle, Morganfield. (ieorgeiown Kv , 'larkKvlll.. Tunn. When Good Weather Comes . ; s Tlw AWrkr IIV Courlr-Joiirn- 0lHr H mulltir ntlUtnllljr. imuil.iir.- i- tt.au In The balmy brouzea of Spring time ill nmind you that theru la nothing like one - I jX j Hall-roads- ." 104 Paper One Year For Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, 50 CeniH. Traps or Buckboards emitlof iiuny JallUtin.l lli u'wriar of all other JI Iillll mum iri iUr. hiurvKoiMUturlntlian -- . 7 -- -her. JwuhI A WHii.UM"th'turUar. r,iC?!il.!..,"ui . :cntl. raml'ls Wm-- irnjuupi'i"."" to COUISIKlt-JOlUNA- ol our convenient M'i a To enjoy thu licautlra of Spring time In, with rne, comfort and In up style, when purchasing one of our line carriages. nnd well-mad- e CO., You UulKllle, ! K)r. B. K. Opp. Wearen Court-Hotik- &. Son, lly NwUI Semi TWICE -- Weekly Interior Journal AnlThe A Arrfi"t Cn The Stanford, Ky. - WEEK COURIER JOURNAL, SPRING IS NOW HERE And you need u nice vehicle. I llolli One Ynr Kur Only Ti.t- WUI $.25 OIlW can furnlth you for very little money crltlou uuJer tbU combluallua iDrougu lUltwmv. W. V. WALTON, I. t.x, flkli tmiarrlhllom uilVr mut All kllli I Buggy, Surrey, Buckboard, Cart, Or almobt any thing on wheel. Come in and 'et me show you. hfANroKi Kr. Have juit received A Car-Loa- d Putlic Sib of Personaliy And Land. of McCormiok Binders And Mowers. 1'lowa Don't jounced one T Full supply of Corn l'lantera, Drills, DUc Harrow, &c, cheaper than ever known, ceusi-d- AsAiliiiliiUlrator of , I M. N. IM'uuw, do- - lll on Thurwday, May 4th, 18991 i rounty. At Id. Into ro.liliiK'o In tint pcrwinul prop Ky., .ell ut liuljlli'outi-rcoiiaiviiug erty of wlileli lio tllt'U principally in ami 2 )iurlliii; l'our Mnrus, 3 MultM, 1 ugi'il work Mult-- , 2 JtmnU. i Milk Cows nud Calvfs. 1 llnuM Sim., running Mm-oli- W. A. CARSON'S. STANFORD. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I o Ilcjiucliiml uml Kllelit'ii I'urnl-iillur- i'. ulxiut ".'1)0 barri'l of Corn In rrlli, it lot of (Jul til Muni, Ac. run.lU. Wall Paper O ti- I uuilrr ciuli In o Tr.HN. liuiult over tliuluiiiouiit. thrt'o months ill good nolo wllli 6 wr cent. Interval from 2 ilutu will bo W. 1. Oivkni, Ailmr. O At tliu.aino tlnif. us u gent for the lulu o of M. N. Ptil'uuw, I wl'l offer for tulu ut public outcry Ids frm of IM ucresot land In Lincoln county unit ill) ucren of Improved Knot) laud ou Wlilto O.ik Creek. Terms uniilt) known ou duy of k.iIu. W. I' Oivt.NS, Aguut. Huuls of $10 und AT COST. In Older H Make Kooin fur Spring Stylo. o o o 0 g o 8 W. B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l. i n I. '1 IlKIti: aro no new cases of smnll-po- x Soldier and Salter Intelligence. nt Lebanon Junction, but tho quaranIt li olllclally stated that the ad Kentine Is still In forco and tho passenger COTTAfiu next to my storo for rent. tucky will bo mustered out May 10. cars go by locked and guarded. Apr, 25, 1899 A. II. Florence. Stanpokd, Kv., Tho naval and military order of tho Till: boys of Prof. Craig's Academy Spanish-Americwar was organized W. H McHoiiKHTrt Is solo ngent for will play tho Hogsclt Academy base at Now York. It Is modeled after tho E. C. Walton, Hui.Nia Mamaoeh. Lnndrcth's g union seeds. ball learn, of Danville, on tho grounds O. A. It. and Gov. Itooscvolt was electFbk.sh fish ovcry Friday and Satur-da- hero Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ed commander. WK tmvo n record of more, Ihnn Admission 10c, ladles free. All kinds or fruit. VA Hubbard. Ono of tho most disastrous skirmishcorrectly lied prescription. Don't es you think Mini entitle us to your con Tin: Christian Alliance Convention In tho American troops havo engaged N'KW Lino Chamber Sets, bright and recently took placo Sunday near tldcnco? Penny's Drug Storo pretty, Just received. Wurron x will begin Mar 2 nnd last three days. Qulnagua, North of Mnlolos. A de It will bo held at the Chrlstlnn church Shanks. PERSOMUND SOCIETYlOSSIP. and several of tho mo't prominent tachment under MaJ. Bell went out with tho Intention of routing a band of ALL kinds of plants In season, speakers In tho causa will bo here. Mits. W. 1. Tati: It visiting friends bago and tomato now ready. Insurgents, and found them In larger In forco than was expected. Tho Filipinos Chrlstman. Misn IloiiKitTA Cash, of Hamilton Tin: procession thnt followed tho resisted stubbornly, nnd It was neces U homo for it few day. of Gnrland Singleton remains of Mr James T. Uo-tCollege, to their Tin: hen houta sary to call for reinforcements. Tho Mil. II. C. Thompson, of London, was robbed of all of his chickens but last resting p'neo was thu largest seen enemy was driven back after sharp In tho West Knd for years. A mora one the other night. passed through to I.oulsvllld Sun'day. fighting. Our lots was eight killed and M. Powell, popular man never lived In that HoilN, to the wllo of II. 10 wounded. Among tho killed was Col. Hit. J. A. Williamh, of the Ml. of Gilbert Creek, n jlrl tliolr second. Stotscnburg of the First Nebraska Salem section, will bo tiled today on MltH. M. V.. I'liKWlTT, of Hammond, Two pretty parks have been built Infantry. Admiral Dewey has heard charge of lunacy. Ind., spent several days with Mrs. Til. thu near tho depot at Livingston, which nothing as yet from Lieut. Gilmorc,and lie Daviess. Out customers tell us our Ginghams aro named Sheridan and Martin, tho sailors captured by Filipinos. UoiiKitT M. HUNT, of Howland, left and Percnlcs aro thu prettiest In town. They were named for Chief yesterday to mako his homo at Dan Seo them before "Jim buy. John P. Dispatcher Washington's monument at WashSheridan and Supt. Martin, vllle, III. ington Is thu highest in tho world, 650 Jones. oi inisiiivision. M1H8 ANNIK Wallace, of Oarrnrd, feet, it covers 5.i tquaro feet und con Kli WlLKlNhON bns Improved the iionnuny was hero yesterday returning from of the board of trus tains IS. 000 blocks ol marble two feet shop and Is ready Interior of his barber Ioulsvlllc. tees of tho public school, Thomns D. thick. Mits. Oil. K. J. ItllOWN has been con to wall on you to n shave, hair cut or Newland, asks us to stnto that the I The money circulation of tho U. S. They fined to her lied n week or more, but Is sbamMKi. sehool giounds must not bu used by has mora than doubled In 20 years and convalescing. nny more as It mate- mure than 2. per cent, since July, lS'Jtl, . IIUIIT. Charlie Arnold, u Q. k C. pleasure-seeker- s OlXHKU: I I'KNNV Is nddlng to the hrakrmun, jumed from a freight nt rially Interferes with the success of tho mo amount now being SltV2it840,'Jjl. beauty of his resldencu by the erection MelClnnuy and had both of tils knees school. Tho remains of Walton Smith, who of a tower on It. badly crushed. was killed In a mine In California by H. F. ItoUT.has received tho perfect! Staju, Harvey Mil. ani Mint. S. were Complaint Is found by people living ed models of his invention', the Incan-dccc- an accident, Ky., I rought to his homo Helm nnd J. T. F.mbry aro In Carey for Interment. drop cord lamp and the electric at Trenton, on Dlx river becauro of dead animals oonnty llshlng. Kmmcit Koblnson, formerly of LonItoth seem to lx vnluablo InMr. J. being thrown in that stream and steps eu'-o!Tin: lcxlngton leader elves ventions, tho lamp especially, which Is don, killed Luther Moblcv at Fort own- will bo taken to stop It. S. Iteed nnd his piano ware-roono only ornamental, but a very useful Worth, Texas, by tho accidental disnotice. ing an extended A MONO the applicants for supervis- n ticle. They will soon bo put on salo charge of his pistol. Of MltH. ANNA I).. VaNAKSIIALK, Kuv. It. H. Noel, and us the prlco will be small, thoy Tncre Is a dwelling house, near Harrodsburg, Is with her daughter, or of turnpikes aro Dr. J. T. Itohnn nnd S. A. Mlddleton, will doubtless go rapidly. Vienna that contains 1,200 rooms, Mrs. II. J. Mclloborts. turnplku men, If not wherein a wbolo city lives, works, cats J. It IlALLAIID, of Lexington, nnd theoretical and now oarrurd county has a case and sleeps. I'll Illcc, of Hlchmond, wero guests of of smalI-oor that is what it Is Triplets, born to Mr. und Mrs. John MUs Kiln Mar Saunders. TitN passenger trains a day make thought to bo. A Negro wa picked l'.OWAN SaI'PLI'.V, who was taken things, look lively on tho railroad, but up on thu railroad nenr Hyuttsvlilalast Starling, of Mudlson, Ind., were tick Friday, licoamo worse last night thoy haven't Increased traiel to this week all broken out and he was at once promptly mimed Dewey, Sampson and and li threatened with crltonltls. Klnt. No passenger got oil of No. 21 moved to an Isolated spot. Another Hubsun. IJOIIN, totho vilfoof Ham Htinn, of and only one got on yesterday. darker was hired Uj wait on him and Thu Cincinnati zoological gardens . tho West Knd, a daughter. The moththoy nro now In a tent near that placo, t wltn Its due collection of animals sold TlIK Cincinnati Southern trains of er Is a daughter of Cicero Reynolds. Dr. Evans, of Lancaster, rlslti at auction to Albert Fisher for $75,000 and sleeping where eight to JUIKIK W. II. PinTCS and daughter, him dully. He claims to have corao The whisky combine has notified Its MlssSalllc, of Somerset, arc visiting cars, drawn by huge locomotives, were from Anderson county. employes that they will not bo allowed section. quite n show to our people used to tho .. hi sons In tho Gilberts Creek to hold uny sort of political positions. Foil TKKSPA8S. Though half brothMil. AND MltH. MlTCHKI. TaYUMI, small engines und bob tail trains on St. Gothard tunnel between Milan ers, A. M. Feland and James T. Hack-Ic- y of Mlddleburg, were guests of hU wife' this division. havo never gotten along ns well to- and Lucerne, U the longest tunnel, 'Jl McCor- parents, Mr. and Mrs. William W. S. Not Mks. Casvki.i..-Co- 1. gether as those, who havo no tic of miles and cost over $15,000,000. mack. Miller writes us from Knoxvlllo thnt It blood. Thoy havo Tho famous idgewater distillery frequently aired FlHLD, tho noted minstrel, Is wu Mrs. Iirauncr, Mrs. Win. Caswell's At. thought to bo dvlng at Columbus, O.t sUlor, und not her that Is dead. Tho their disputes In court und a few days near Cynlblanu was sold to the trust ago tho first named had tho latter ur- - for $10,000 cash. ol pneumonlo, bis friends hero will dispatches got their names mixed. rested for trespassing on his premises. Tho longest word In tho Kogllsh lanregret to know. Tin: I'hentx Insurance Adjuster, Tho proof was dead agulnst Hacklcy guage Is "I'roantltransabstuntatlonlst." Mits. Mauuu: IJkyan and daughter, Mrs. Manila Tretnler, of Wllmore, and which company Is represented hero by and Judge Halloy hold him to tho cir- It bus 28 letters. for trespass. As Mrs. Nannie Harvey, or Lexington, aro Itev. It. II. Mnhony, settled with S. It. cuit court KHKUMATISM CUKKU. Cook for his burned barn ul $I50,whleh both men havo reached tho allotted guests of Mrs. Judge J. I. Halley. My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain was entirely rutisfaciory to Mr. Cook, span of life, It Is tlmo they wero setMltS. JUIKIK M. C. SAl'KLHV. Mrs, tling their troubles amicably nnd pre- Halm for rheumatism with great relief, $o00. W. 11. Hlgglnsnnd Mrs. Martha Pax-to- though the policy culled for paring to meet in u better world than and I can recommend it as u splendid Mrs. Georgo of Stanford, visited LKWIH COFTKV, u genuine type of this. liniment for rheumatism and other II. liruco yesterday. Danvlflo Advo- tho unto Negro, now unhappily household use, for which wc havo found cate. fat expiring, died at Mr Jcse P. In ICnkk Pants. Marshal Newland It valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Ited Creek, Mis Hattik Fowi.kis received ftllTe's Saturday ut an advanced nge. arrested und put In jail Sunday night N. Y. Mc Cuyler Is onoof tho leading from her cousin, Georgo I'liolps, Ho belonged to Mr. Illlle boforu the Thomas Walker uud Sam Golden, whom merchants of this village und ono of the of Mudlson, a St. Hernard dog, soon war and had lived with him over since. he found In tho tool housu nl thu bricl: most prouuuent men In this Iclnlty. months old, which wulgbs 100 and Is a yard, with a suplclous bunch of keys W. G Phlppln, Editor Ited Creek Herbeauty as dogs go. In the county court ul Lancaster und other things. Both claimed to be ald. For salo by Craig Ai Hockcr, Uhv. U. H. MaiioNV went out to yesterday tho wills of Isuua Montgom- from Nushvllle, tho boy, who wus In Mrs. J.T.tooV this morning to ery, Morton Tenter and Klljah Lawless knee pants being but II years old. Ho for tho payment of tho S.l.tflO wero probated. Tho latter will likely said his father Is 11. Golden, ut 1,007 X Ited Bull Calf Jolloy her husband bold In tho Mutual be contested. Clerk J. M. Duncan says North Market, Nashville, and that he Cuimi tn my place ulxmt Jan I, OwnLife of New Jersey. It was ti dull day with him. Ha has gave him purmlssloutogoon thotrump. er can pet tiliu liy proving pnwrty and liU k"i'ti unil CUT. JOS. (lAKIIAIIU, Of tho Uth V. not Itsuvd u marriage license for near- He hud u gold ring on, which ho claim- irttliii; tor S. W.I.I VHN?.aOrvrlNlne. Ky. Shelby City, ed to have found. It Is a pity Unit so S. Cavalry and son of Gen. Garrard, of ly three weeks. Cln- Murwhi'iiti.r. has been ordered to bright u little fellow could not havo ANOTiir.it. James F. Holdam, who been detained. ulnnatl on recruiting duty. Hols now came from Crab Orchard this morning, stationed ul Fort Grant, Arizona. A Commehcial Ci.uii. Our mer tolls us thai Galen Rogers, Sr., father ' or more of Miss Untile of Somk the vounir man who broke out first chants, realizing that something must Friday Fowler's friends stormed her there, has u light form bu done to lift Stanford out of tho leth- On Saturday, Slay 6, 1899, UU with smull-Hi- x evening nnd ho mudu them have u l'ltOP-r.ltToflhat disease und has been moved to argy Into which It bus fallen, arc agi- I will Mill lit publlfMilomv HOTHI. House- - ffll most delightful tlmo. Her friend, Miss AT McKI.NNKVnnil all the 5 Knd, tho pest house. Tho oilier patients arc tating the formation of a Commercial liulil nnd good MHW rurnlliire. two Sophlo McCormaek, of tho West doing well. Club uud to this und havo usked us to coot IUiul-- unit llarm's, f'ow ami . was bur guest. Ae. call u meeting for nnxt Thursday 1'lg. r.unllv llnr-.e- liUKRN, McKlnney, Ky W I'. W. Tin: Mountain Tribune, published ut KKNDitlCiC Elder J. S. Kendrlck, night at tho court housu when It Is Id ?! WestelltTe, Col., says ttiut Dr. P. W. for several years pastor of tho Dumlllo hoped that every man who bus tho InCarter, who nuned from this place Christian church, died this morning at terest of thu town at heart will bo pre..iveral months ago, Is doing a splendid 7 of Hrlghl's dlseure, with which ho had sent. Wo must do rome thing or get to pay top dunial business thero und is popular sutfered for somo tlmo und for which entirely left out of tho procession. A And willing Kpgt. 1'outhi-rs-prices in. I'trii for . CliU'Ui-ns- . lfee, soverul months In Lexington all elusres. OliiM'iig. Yellow lioot. Hies Wax. with ho spent of live, earnest workers can do Tnrkt'. all kinds. Copper, Univ. Iron and Illili'sor of MudUon.who for ireutmont, reluming only a few club John H. Ciiknault, Incalculable good In ottering Induce- Hones. AIo will 1h In the. market for uool wants to be auditor bad enough to can- y dayMugo. Howusutlno preuchur und ments to railroads und Indurtrles and See mo anil get my price Iwfnro selling, and . Cull at my heaiiiiuarien., cot spot wnolo State, was hero Sutur-di- wus greatly beloved by bis congregavass tho Is hoped that tho meeting Thursday Perrln A-- Pence's Olllce, uenr DeiMt. Man" returning from u big tour. Ho tion und all who knew him. A wife und It It. ltO(UN!O.N. night will be a big tend otf for tho . 'or''' thinks bu has his nomination won und two children, ono u iwy of 17 and tho elTorts In that direction. e thu host of friends ho makes every-wher- other only two months old survive A THKUIKIC freight wreck occurred ho goes say, "Amen." NKW8 pomen from Frankfort that TlIK C. S. trulns, now running ovor on tho Cincinnati Southern at .'1:30 FriMr- -. A. Addams. who wus tho lovely this division ol thu L. & N., havo to day morning. A double-headhaulMiss F.va Huchunun, has presented her carry u pilot und tho dispatchers in ing 41 cars got looo from tho crow In husband with ti second child, u ooy giving ordurs send messages to him, going down Greenwood hill and when The loss on my btrn insured In the and Unit ho has been named Abraham tho conductor und engineer in dupll It struck Trestlo No. 01 It wus almost iii,Uniin. As ho has tho names of cute, so as to prevent any misunder- flying. Tho engines got safely over, l'henlx Insurance Co.. represented by K. threo presidents u big future ought to standing and accident. Trainmaster but 'M curs went down with tho trestle II. Mahony, was promptly and satisfactoH.N. Holier and Chief Dispatcher L. Into tho ruvluo 1.15 feet below, wrecked rily adjusted. I take great pleasure In bo assured for him. Dll. H. A. JONKB, who Is well and M. Westerlleld havo handled tho trulns Into kindling wood. A trump, whoso favorably known In tho Hustonvlllo splendidly und euch duy has seen un discharge papers showed that ho was recommending the company and In dentis-tr- y section, whoro ho has practised S. II. COOK. Improvement In tho tlmo. It is suld James Sneed, of tbo -- d Kentucky regi- agent. good deul, has runted rooms over that tho oxtra dUtanco tho trains havo ment, was killed, Conductor John Pepa Hlgglns Ai MoKlnney's storo and willg to muko to go by this route is but lU per wus seriously hurt as ulso wus Hrakuman M. Jennings. As thu trestlo tulles. movo to them In u fo w weeks. Hosldcs -gentleman, tho Is i:i3 feet high and 710 feet long, and ft splendid young many contln- Wknt Acquit. After was torn to pieces, tho work of repair Will tn.tku I lie season of 'V'J at doctor Is said to bo very uno in ins pro ho uunces, tho trlul of Green Skldmoro on ing it took much tlmo. Through pasfesslon and wo see no reason wliy Maple Park Kindergarten a ehurgo by Miss rsannlo snnnis ol senger (rains and freights bud to bo will not do well hero. Danville. Ky. Ho I 15' baud, dark bay, which being tho futhur of hor child, run by hero und on to Clinton, Tenn., and has as much sl)lo and tin Mi as any was (Hod as an exhibit, proceeded Fri where they branched on to tho South-ur- hore. Hhaproeii lilm.elf to Uo ouo uf local happekings. Digthu greatest huw horses In Kentucky. supeday before Judgo Halloy und u jury and reaching their own road at nity U a hold ritcker and trotter, with Tlgur Com Planters ut resultod In tho dlsehurgo of tho defendMOUNT, und rior hock and kneo action If you Iwlluvo til thu theory ot llku producing llko, )nu Illggln & MoKliinoy's. ant, although the young woman sworo further when VOtl seo ...mi ....rt'ili.lv irn 9 proK)sud addition to thu First Dlicnlty Hare, for ho U uuurpatd In Indi ho was her seducer Tho blauk that Loo's Wantku. -- Wulnut, cherry, point ouly man who hud trilled with Presbylurluii church of Danville, will viduality. He Is hy tho greutei.1 01 Mai-- I and tho loin, Chester Dare, sou of Muck Spjlrrel oak, jwplar, ush and hickory, A. C her virtue. Skldmoro denied the Im- bo built, Mr. Jumes A. Shuttle-wort- and Ut Jam hv Welclunoiil. mhi of WilSlno. numerous and donating &!,S00 liam Welch aud enteuded pedigree running of Louisville, peachment and produced see one buck Laiiiks, our dress linings Include sundry men, who sworo that MUs Mln-nl- s toward tho election of thu chapel on u of thu lulu thoroughbred, Call andyou hitvu greatest combined hurcs nowMn ull urtluulur In tho memorlul gift In honor of tbo memory ever seen. Senleo of the latest und best things was not ut all of hor favors. W. A. Trlbblo of Mrs. Juliette Tarklngloo, wlfo of uso. John P. Jones. INSURE $12,50 TO foal. t A lite represented tho girl and W. E. Varnon tbo luto Col. William Turklngton and uiilmal stolon from Monioo TUB CAltl'ENTKH & PAULCONKK. and W. S. Ilurch tbo man and oratory mother of Mrs. Shuttlowortb. Advo Danville, Ky. Stewart wus a horso and uot a maro us (lowed In great sluices. Phoue '. cate. yot. stated, and ho has not gotten him Stoui: 1 room on Main Street for rent. 3 BffiJTTJBaB ,1.-an W. Walton. - Kvery body was In yistcrday but you. u WHCi, JUU till , .ri. I HUBBY. a Don't blame us If your sUo YOU'LL y. XI 11 In and selecting ono of our Cut Price Suits We havo a few business suits loft that wo have sold nt HO and $12, now 7 60 Something In finer quality, worth $18 and f;0, now fid and 118. Heed our warning and Come at Once or you may have cause to regret your delay If yon let another week paw without coming BE LEFT! ROWLAND a. CO., CVClotlilng, Shoes, Hats, Ac, No. 309 West Msln St., DANVILLK, KY. BEIiZLEY fe CUTER Have. m Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. will sell on the right kind of TURNING PLOWJnnd the best of FKKTILI- .HltS. Seo them before buying Rouaf Worcester Corsets. Are tho highest type of Corsets produced In America. nt m The Dowager, No." 550, x, Made especially for stout figures, in both comfortable and ctylish. Look nt our SUMMER m m CORSET, er Ileforo you buy. It U extra value nt 50a We have all the new things in milled rib- bon, to nice for fimmlng light dresses, Vol Late, Swiss Kmliroiderics, .tc. Our yard wide oc Percales any thing oflered at tho price. ahead of are rStyfc 545 Highest market price paid for eggs. m n, fSHS&i&miiiWSi TWlt T JOHN P. JONES. ' .TRADEMARK 3 Sat-urd- 10-- Hotel at Auction. L'. Kltt-ht-v Y Wo have n choice lino of Childivn's Vcslee Soils, $1.50 to fll W) They and are beautifully made and trimmed. In fact they are up Price r'k'ht Wo ate showing some e ready made Shirt WaUts in tho n Fulted States Ilrand nt only OV. high-gradCnl-n- fi J, fl 5 tV'XfW Piques and Wash Goods just in this ueek J W-A-ILSTTIE- g SEVERANCE & SONS. I llin-k"- ra-ih- A CARD. er And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- BUY THE CHILLED- The Best In The World. For Sale by bo-In- - Dignity Dare. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. pNtrcs5S. T- n, ME EYE 1 m " 1111 JXZ2 Will be h, Accurately Tested And Fitted CRAI G&HOCKBR9S lowest Prices. Work fluatauieed. -- . . S!sthe. bt i Till) C. II. .V D. NOT SOLD. j JOHN II. MILLER la The oft repeated rumors of tho pur- S. I'oltus told to S. Morgan 70 aulijrct CTnftr to n rnnillitalooffor Hip V C IlENTIST, 1 tho action the ilfiniKTallc parly O J chasoof thoC. II. .V . by it compel- lings nt :i..'I5. Will I at Tim Wr.ATIIf HIiMtM IIUTFI,, Absblro's stables nt Guthrta burned Ing line nro again going tho rounds, ' X,tx'blla.n4.:ruwo4.ora cxid. 5" xl&m.-rf..M HON. M. F. NORTH t.w.b 4nl, lltrrvrO.NVII.I.i: two wcikH Ik . Inplnf L.lad.il.l.i.i1u ....l....1 M DVf.r jwu- IUSIl(.-- t with I." horses. IfUIIlK UV1UUUUJ Annnimrp. lit. ramlMnrv for nvrlMtlnn to Wool Highest mnrkct prlco for nil blng purposes. Mr. Woodford, prusl-detlin fihirn or linprrprnlMlvi from Hip county MONDAY, APRIL 17180 8 IMCrt YJCA.lt IX j.l)Vj.tCK of Lincoln, aulijrct In llio notion nt the you'vo cot. Iloono .V; Gentry. and ono of tho owners of tho road, aw When not mmiIS3.EO will be char!. Tliu Record notes tlio tales of cover- - wires tholr Cincinnati representatives al lots of corn In Gnrrard, nt J 1.50. us follows: Now York, April 10. 'Dispatch dated J. A. Duddernr fold to Bright fc Fox, OR TRADE. of Dauvlllo. n pair of mule for $150 St. Louis In this morning's pacrs as Notice l lif rrliv given to nil )wriina lim Npl.mlll farm of arm. in .Soullirj.l Kan-i- , W. P. Grliues sold to Burnslde & to salo of C IT. ie D. Is a malicious ine claim ngAiiiti Hie Manroril, Dl llltrr. SO Hillw Ipho tli it Mimhiii line Welt TIME il, Lravcll, of Garrard, 100 jfarlluu steers falsehood, without n particle of truth Monday, May Oth, 1899. tlirrnrit county .V Whlln Oak Tiirimlkn (olfarailneeoiintrr llilrllr ItIM Will ll iioflii i"fimuin, nut nrri'ioiiirc iripnirii nnM'T t.rt,nir If..!., f.r tm In tvntral $22 50. (n basis. Deny It unqualifiedly. M. t fora turkj al r I'.1""1 nml imM-i- l Ukiii by the Hoard of ilrrcinr KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. in a J.i" ,llrtMfn I AMrrM ll.it 44, Maaainl, Ky ofaalil Company. In prrM'nt aamo to inn tra.l. Thomas Gooch bought of Mrs. J. O. D. Woodford." IWtwrcu the hour of 0 a. M , and I I' ., iriHrtv innrii on nr Tliurolav. M A. M No. 8 Arrrlinol Stanford at Murphy 00 acre of land In tho West Mr. Henry P. Shoemaker, chairman April 2' Hi, IMiv 2 10 a. m. t LinNo. 4 Um Manford V. II TIUYUm Knd for $1,000. of the oxecutlvo committee, nnd prob at tho coiilt house door In Stanford, No. 21 Arrive at ltowland at I J 00 HAT, coln county, Ky . I will o.Tks lo the 2 SO r. M. No ZJ Imm Stanford at X. W. Hublngcr has bought tho bay ably tho largest individual stockholder, highest bidder for cah In lintut to pay stallion, Hoyal Baron, 2:2.11, by Ha run is equally posltlvo in tho following: the State and County Taxes for tho yean W S. BBAZIiEY, D. D. S., KNOXVILLE DIVISION. II. .t I). Is concerned, "As far as tho C. Wilkes, forjj.000. shown opposite the names, llic following LniictiNtcr, Ky. Pm No. 14 Train going North John K. Madden has void Hapsburp there Is no truth In tho roport. The property, or so liiurh thereof ns mar bo 2 41 " " ................" " m to Ho.M " no for n fancy price Ho is majority of tho stock of the rond Is Pat Dun ...... 12 k m " South ....... No. 23 " Teeth Extracted Without Pain I . Wtpui one HO.JJ " hold by myself and my friends, and wo ncccary to pay mid tsxes. Thi list of tho Derby entries. For tlliPolnli. have not sold a dollar's worth of It. will be published otirf a week for four With Vlliilluil Air. I'hyalctan In nttrnd-nncClarence W. Bryant, tho week and tho names will disappear as RO'JOH TICKETS M)M. famous Netfro jockey, who rodo for tho In fact, there have been no negotiaortlco In tiu New Thnmnon tliiltdliig;. TH HAUOAtlK CHECKED THKOUOII tho purchaso of soon nt the tax and out aro paid. Coit Into Byron McClelland, died at Lex- tions tondlng toward For an Information enquire ol of ndvrttlslng $1 CO. our stock on tho part of any corporaington. JOE S. MCE, Agrnt, DR. L. LOiAiDER, W. II. and Luther Underwood cold to tion, and is not part of any system." STANFOM) DIST. NO. 1. Stanford, Ky PHYSICIAN AND DHUGOIST, Tho necessity for these denials Is to Tom Yantts, of Garrard, a hornless WHITK FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. bull culf for $50 and to Hiram Wray prevent a feeling of uncertainty and Okoof, Mlkcllot. M MOKINNISY, - KlCNTUCKY. uneasiness among tho employees who Carrier, Mary A. 1 scro. 2W There it no part of our buiincsa which Trains If are Frankfort at 7 a. . ami S 40 r. M., ono (or $35. ' onnrctlng at (ieorgetown with O, A C. anil reach- Dorscy Golddust, the producer of lino aro not inmiuar enougu nw A Mnefce 2 ncn- - 1.1ft Prescription Carefullr CmiunileJ Dar or does not retelve its k. tat Farla at 8:40 a. SOPami 6 10 r. m. Itk I'arit- eastern and combined roadsters, unex- methods to recognlzo tno aosuruity or llttc full hare of attention M . ronnertln at (leonrtVlJ a. h and 8 2 00 .Night Oicar.Thot. 3(1 ncrci KM. Cm town with (J A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9.19 celled for the road or market, will tho statements published about tho aland the itockf of' 0.05 lVtkln, Sim 51 acres bat w A. M. ana? iup JOSEPH K. NEWTON. A. O. P. A make tho present senson at $10 to In- leged sale. Spoonamore, K. S 14 acrvs 3 85 NOTICE TO F3RMERS. UHIJOH sure. P. Held. HTAMIIHI) COlAIKKll. CRESCENT. QUEEN & I liaooon hand nml for aale UK BUSY. MJOOIOINKH VNJ Faulconer .fc Carpenter, Danville, M Wood., Shelliy (N. It.) 4 ncre ron.icr aoony Tralna paaa Junction Cltr ai lollowi. offer the service of their flno saddle "If you want to bo healthy, bo busy." Goocli, William 30 seres 1.80 FORTV IIROKK NUI-K4 pm 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South we carry aro not surpauted br any In the by tho emit 43 am stallion, Dignity Dare, Prov. 10:4. 11 Sua m ' " No. 30 Carson. I'cadly (N. H ) 1 lot "4 " Will m II from one lo a rar-toSt p ra " No. 5 " . 1121am holy, bo busy." Chester Dare, at $12 50 to insure, a very "If you want to bo . 2 05 Lackey, William 1 lot city Al-- o No. I " . 80pm "10 " -- ..00am low price considering the horse. See Prov. 13:4. FSSD AUD SALE STABLE, 1.20 LIVB7, No. and 2 do not Mop. 9 ami 10 run no Stcwnrt, UnrrlHiti lOacrea Our Prescription IVpartinent, however than Junction City (1 IOV, IUjS3 Hanvl le Ky you want to bo happy, bo busy." Hayden, Tim 1 lot ad. in this issue. "If (Wjll 1.20 I contidercd the moat Important and the I Peter 3:14. Wilkerson it Allen shipped to Win 1.20 Hays, Wil'iam J acre chester to sell on tho court day market "If you want to bo honored, bo busy." M'rirs, Jess 1 lot . 1.50 A. S. PRICE, ntmot care U ixcrcied in coinHundlng yesterday 80 cattle, ranging in weight Prov. 22:29. 1 20 Middleton. Tom 1 acie and filling onlcra. Surceon from SsOO to 000 pounds, that M. K. Al"Not, slothful In business, fervent In Ii;an, Mary 12 acres.,... 70 Dentist, len says cost them about .c. spirit, scrvlne tbo Lord" Is the New Whilley, (irecn 5 acres The purity of Ihc drugs lined and abio. 187 At Winchester yesterday there was Testament counsel. Kom. 12.11. Stauforcl, Ky. into nrrtiricy in rncaauring nnd welching only 1,0 cattlo on the market and trade CKVIt ORCHARD DIST. NO. "Beloved," ho cried, throwing him OS:OTr Mcllolvrt.' I'rui Slor. In lh OwiUj en. lire (icrfcrt rettiilts was dull. Wilkinson & Allen, of Lin nuiTR. HuUJIdc coln county, refused 5c for a lot of self at his wlfo's feet, "wo hac lost all Adams, John 1 50 acre..... .. 2 17 save honor !" good 700 Id. steers and it is said 5Jc Ilaker, Smith 2 acres . 2,ft5 BROKEN IUCVCLi:S ! Tbo young woman pressed her hand llrown, J. J. 170 acres was refused for another lot. nd them to . 3.55 Made from pure D. S. Johnston, of tho West Gad, and to her streaming eyes and wept as If Illand, Ben 71 acres THE DANULLKlHIl (.11, )N II.I.C, K No in Third M cream of tartar. John Englcman, of this section, wero her heart wero brcuklng. Iluhrcar, John CO acrri 2 75 "How awkward 1" she sobbed. "Just Urock, (irecn 70 acres bal (il AltANTEEH here Saturday and told us they had 1.10 finished planting corn. Sheriff S. M. tho thing wo don't need If we've got to Can-on- , CI. W. 5 ncres 4.45 Af.Ol tM food Owens has about 05 acres planted and dead-be- at I" , Delaney, Mrs. Kate 53 acres t'i0 seemed that a relentless Verily, it Walter A. Wood Machino Co., will get through In a day or so. 3 12 IMffards. T B. 500 acre bal TrccK, PlnntN, VlncN. Uriah Dunn is back from Barnwell, fate pursued them. Detroit Journal. And lu.k-.o-l 1 10 Dyehouae, Geo. 1 lot forth i S. C, where he spent the winter dealhis life was s.vti. 0.95 Farris, Bstibcn 1CJ acres Lowry Grass Binding Twine, l'rult and Ornamental Trvra, ShrulM, Alton baking powdm are the greatest ing in horses and mules. Ho disposed Sir. J. K. Lilly, a prutuln.nl cltlrrn of llinnllnl, Hamtn, Juhnvon I). 100 acre 3.02 Small Krulta anil eerv tlitur for Orchard. mmacrrs to health of the present day. iWllttriuo; fruni a Mo., lat.lr hail a We etnplov no ni;rnt, (iarUen kfbeapandrltretlf Mnd It wntthof whirl, .ill of three cur loads at an average of (rinhtlul dralh. In wonJrrful l.lllni i.flt lifaaya "I u Hampton, J T 75 acres 7.31 Lawn and but 11 illirct at rraxmalilr price. Mraw-berr- y f ..'' a in worth of tk. rrular kind. I ! r, that ran Into rn.uino with Typhoid Kef aotai. aioa rotnt ex, rw voaa. about $90. The market, he says, Is taken Mr lunn Ivrame hirdtn-- 1. I Iiandl 1 lot 3 45 weak I Jones. Mrs. K. W. and Tree Oatalnpuea on aiipllcatlon lo i,l. II. V iui.i,r..Mirri:ii. dull. In the same length of time lost couldn't eten all up In tril. Nothing hell nie.. King, William 2 acres bal SO MACnnfE SOTTLIES AUD BErAOS. i) aoin uie oi ibiuuviiuh, wuvu Telephone 2'.9. Lealnirloii, Ky year ho sold nlno loads. Inic'aNew Ulicotrrr Oneliolll gare Miller, William S. 60 acre 2.16 Call on in and will mi. jou uionr um It, and now am ",lrf ' continued to Only four stallions wero exhihltpil ii J . Ml liriir.TurBmillle, K 1.15 u ,nd atron. I can't aartoomnrh Inlta pral." Martin, Geo. (N. It ) 50 seres and quick. Noaks. Klitabcth 50 acres at Lancaster yesterday. M.S. Baugh- - ThlaiutrTellouamedlclnaUlhaiiurett 55 . . .. .. the. world for all Throat and l.un man bad bis Ogdcnsburg there and bo etture InlirKuuriiEpiiTow ..,. tl Trial lr.1.- Rogers. John 25 acres ... .......UK) .rouble. Wehae 'Mtrl our land and hereby made a splendid impression. Ho got tlea free at l'tnnj'a lru Store; err warn all permma from trtwioiulngon them Smith, Gen. W. 10 acres l.3 for any purpwui whateTer, under of two marcs from Jessamine and a half Unclortaltor, 1.05 Urn law prtiTlded In audi can-- . Smith. Kllzabeth '0 acres dozen from Garrard. Carpenter & - - Kentucky A bronze statue is to be placed over Smith, Mrs. J. L 130 acres Htutonville, 1.50 S. II IlAl'dllMAN. T. II. NEWLANI). Faulconer's- Dignity Daro was tho sub the grave of Jefferson Davis in HollyJ. W. IIAl'OIIMAN. A. M. PKNCfc CRAII OIICHAIIII CGLOHEP. M K HAfOII.MAN. E. E. PATTEUON, Off.ra hi. r?lre lo ih miiOi ilK'ai Umr. ject of much favorable comment. wood cemetery, nichmond. Mrs. Da- Curtis, Wra.O acres 1.15 r. II SHANKS', aadCayrountla rullahxk of (Viramand Cuk. Mlt" V, (JUISIK. ualwataan'hand. A pretty good crowd attended LanJ vis is having tho statuo made in Now Delaney, Henry 3 acres bal J E. MUTE. J. E LVNN 25 1). tl. Carptnt.r. Uana(r. 4 fcPjPnf P M. WAItl. Z1 J. II. McKINNEV. caster court yesterday, but tho rain York. It will bo slightly over life Holmes, Alex lira. 1 acre 30 A. M FELANO. J. . OWfLEV, Sit. of tho de Rico, greatly interferred with business. Of size and a faithful likeness 1 00 J. II. McKINNEV. TlmtxTf! IimU. l'eto 1 acre tho 400 or more cattlo oi tho market ceased chieftain, will show him as Ross, Mary 4 acres 55 only arjout half 6old. Tho following ho was during tbo war and will repre- Rice, Andy 1 acre 1.90 Lincoln County MBS. U. D. SIMPSON, l'ror.. private sales were made: P.P. Bl&bop sent him In tbo clothes he wore when Rice, Mary 1 acre .30 t Kentucky. bought a lot of steers at $27.50 and sold captured. 2 25 Welch, Ww. 2 ncres National Bank. UancnNtcr, And Dealer in two cows at $10; J. M. Roberts sold 20 Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd says that cider is a A Trench doctor heifers at utblo. Kvetythlug a IIUSTONVILLK DIST. NO. 4. Porters CIIUl MMk.flOO.U'MJ. HAENE33, SADDLERY, &0. .1. M. Cress$17 and to lot of cows at $20: specific for typhoid fever. (jl meet all trains. sold O. B. Perkins 50 W1I1TI. tictrMtor to The Karmn lUnk A Trutt Cmujaj aa4 undrr iaiu iuan&nun. stock hogs at 31c and to Josiab Aoder! STANFORD, KY. 2 60 Compton, Ivi2 acres uuly fur .V . cr. the BorriiEKN son borne yearling steers at $30; Hudton 1,00 Duncan, Thos II acres TO THE FARMERS ! & Pago bold 21 yearling steers at $24.50 1.05 Givens. Miss S.J 00 acres and toT. C. Gullcy 14 at $22; George 2 00 Linthican. Mary 107 acres All nation, are learning till leuon) T. Wood sold 19 scrub 1,10 Vaught A Buchanan 05 acres at $20: J. C. Hays bought of Lutes & Co. 3.35 Wilkerson. L. P. 1 lot bal ONbornc Implc- lti yearling steers at $25. Several mules I'rcfcton, W. Ci. 2 acre 1.S5 Hoplnciuch buln.M rrlallona wllljpmv luulual-Ij- r The Favorite Line iiivutM Succeed UlwDilal and plraaul sold at $45 to $90. Plug hon.es wero IIUSTONVII.I.K COLORED, Where olln-HIIII.CTOIt. slow at any price. fall, moil OF LEXI.NOTO.N, KENTfCKV. 1,75 our Illn-h- r Anderson, Isaac 4 ncret nnd Mower. Their wrfcction I. cred-H2 17 J.J. Wllllaml, under tho Ptute Given, Adam 7 acres A corporation, chartered to lielng built of the Ut material that LAND AND STOCK. THEINTERIORJOURML m T. Cti e fJ j JC4jt R. A. JONES, 'FOR TAXES. mm State andCounty ITOTIOB. FARM FOR SALE era 1 .. 1 p. onc-tlir- M. ba- m?- -- t .3 1 11 S. 1 RoVal against alum ky Baking Powder Safeguards the Penny's Drug Store. 111 , J. S. MCJRPHY, siiiTa-(101-iu- '99. ir I jcccijAy 8 S 1 rw. I POSTED. J. T. SUTTOWT, jSaaltjteftilT Mason Hotel Drst-clas- a, UNDBETAKEEI MUTUAL de f V 1 INVESTMENT COMPANY Laws of Kentucky. Solioits Your Bank Aocount, Farm capi-claH- LOTJISVILLJE r LOU1SVILLK RACKS. CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, 10th and Iiroadway. l'asbengers desiring information und rates to Wisconsin, Mimioota, .Nebraska and points in the far West, Including California, should nildrtMi Un- I Frank J. Heed, Gen. Past. Agt , J:. II. Djcoii, Dis, Pass. Agl. W.U. McDoel, Vlcu.I'rrs.& Gen. Mgr. Charles II, ltockw ell Trallic Mgr. TinZICE - H - JaIGEK ! 15 CENTS. Owensboro Messenger. 1IREY MOO IKS ON, Editor Will bobt'iit to any 'l.lrr.i uutll I lie lii.,jcratic Slat.Uourruttuul or of kp you p,tid uMn all phi Muly the ra aim but tampjlfu, ONLY IB CENTS. lill. lu Will wiwr au.l etrr lior. U- - Adixew,enlolnK ISt.nti ttaiuiaor coin. MhSSI.MU.lt, tUcn.l.iro Ky THB BESTOPTHBMALLSt LtpNTHLTiAAGA2INEj Oontalna b corapleU- - novel In verv num. iwr.ln addition ton, larneiiuantlly of uaeful ua i'Dlertululug rouUlUK matter, A'o LIPPINCOTT'S rentlniltd itorif, telifelt art alJttltoHubla la iv. roucfera. be In every houiebolit 3.oo j cur. o Beginning on Derby Day, May J, ono of tho greatest raco meetings everheld In Kentucky, will bo given nt tho famous Louisville raco course. Eleven stakes, Including tho Kentucky Derby, worth $0,000, will bo run during tho 15 days. All tho crack hones In tho coun try aro engaged In these stukes.lnelud-In- g Algol, Ben Holl.iduy, Bangle, Lie-be- r Kurl, Manuel, Bannoekburn, Kentucky Colonel, Tho Kentuoklan, W. Overton, P. P V., Mney, Simon W Ruah.Splrltuolle.Onomantus. Alleviate, John Bright, Mity Hempstead, His Lordship, Jolly Roger, Tho Barrister, .Vuno, Billy Houso und many others. Neurly 1,000 horses aro now quartered at Churchill Downs, insuring largo Holds and exciting contests. There wlllbolivoor more races each day, with liberal added money. All railroads huvo put on excursion rates, the round trip from Stunford being only ono faro. Tli U Includes to tho grand stand, each railroad tlckut having u coupon attached which can bo exchanged. for a badge at tbo gate, This Is tbo cheapest rnto ovor offered from this polut, and a big delegation will leuvo hero on Derby Day to take advantage of It, Tho Derby wjll bo run on tho open ing day, May 4, und will bo followed by tho Debutante Stukes, Louisville Han dicap, Bluegross Stakes, Clurk Stukes, Mauomolsollo Stakes, Fohr Stakes, Wononah Stakes, Premier Stakes, Juvenile Stakes, and Kentuckv Out Ir, tho order named. These aro tho big-geevents run In tho West. On Sat urday, Muy U, tho Geiitlomon'a Cup raco will bo run. st llrown, Ixl 1 ncre Ilunlctt, John 2.1 acres bal THE PLAN. Cloytl, John Hr 10 acre) I tho rovero of Life Inuriiiice nnd In busUlVlnful Trice. M'ichcll 1 acre ed on tho ACTUAL BXITIIIKNCCof Llfo Companies, covering ii period of over Moreland, Robt. 5 acres bal two hundred years. Tha .imu principles Morton, Annie 2 acics govern both, ONLY Powell, lien 1 lot Touib, J. S. 5 ncres VP. imy wlillu jou I n r. T1IIIV piy when jou nlR. WE offer tliu l.NVtSTMt-N- T foutunw TIH'.V prutoct lu cue of niUTii. 2,1 1 50 nw.irjr, j.h.William 1 10 J. ll l.ynn, h. 11. Mianka 2.17 J. F. Oah, J. II. O.il.r 2.50 (II FICIMtS 1.10 3.2S S II Slunk., I'mldriit. J. II. Ilw.lt r. I a.hlrr. W M. llrUht.AM (a.htfr l.'JO A. W. Cartnlrr, W. Il.l.'uiuwlr.i, (Iih, hr,, monuy can but AImi lltled wllh Ihn only icrfect 1IOLLEU HKAHIMlt) In etl.t. new, na.urlng at all tltuellglit-- t drufl anil lonceat lite A full Hue of remlr alwar. kept on huud. It' now time to miw omU. t. prepare ground proporlv buv tho (i.tmrne DIm? Harrow.. Kiiuur Buy 'redil"!, I'ltANK IIOLT.CLAW, "tuuforil, K WAYN1MJURG 71 DIST. NO. 3. 1.75 WIIITI. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF bTAMOI'.II. KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoki), Kv., In ItccclviiiK Illand, lien acres 2. Brock, (i. A, l acres l0 Currier, Jas, W. 2.1 noro Tolitiriisei to 1,05 O.ftuo.OO Over C'liipinan, Mrs. M K. (N. R.) 150 ne. 4.00 btnlcmuut of March IlLileuiptlou 3 45 Cooley, Mrs. Sarah II. 4 acres lUt of olilont couion In force reilicim d Oraln, Hcekinb 10 acrw l.S'i In March. 1,20 Kubanks, Leach llrs, 100 acres 111 M.V) tl.'W.CO lir S II Stetenwn.Cliloaiu, , 71.1 Faulkner, V. 1. (N. R ) H 0 acres... 4.W . J7SB " tJraioli Clark .laitluiiloii, he .17 .VI... Ihtuu Gains, G. S 15 acres A I. Marshall., . l.'.l'i 1'Uui ai 60 " M'm.... lsiim Gllllth, V. D (N R.) lbO actus ;; 3 15 ii. it jou vt'ta.. . in mi A.hir A Co . An .Ml. . lU.'K) 120 Jeckle),J (N R.) 10 acres ' A.UMaiHhall, . .Vioi.... miui .i ' " A7 6U..., liu ll Kemper, K W, (N. R.) 100 acres..,. 2.35 W I'. W hlle lUlate, 7 an... iMiu Nichols & Bobbllt 1 acts 00 SI M. .. li.l no 47 Mi..., II.1M 2.50 Rector, Tom 35 ncres V)..., I '.5 (.1 47 1.75 ftj.vi , 1UIIO Robins, Wm. 10 acres I). II (loud Ulatu 13.1011 M.V) .. 60 acres i. 2.75 S7.VI no ui Reynold. W. R. W. F. While Eitale, A7AD lu? Ol Rowland, 0. A. 45 acres 210 IV) Ainu ll A. 1". Tajlor, 3 00 MM .. 10.11.1 Sims. F. M (N. R ) 40 acres A, - Marshall, 87 M. IUIK1 Slaughter, Herman (N. R.) 05 acres ,75 A7 M... isanu MAU... It.lKJ Surber, bing 18 acres 2.75 47 .VI .. IWlUI 2.85 a: mi, , lulUi Tubbs, David (N R ) 125 acres 67 Ml .. M LI Vinson, Alouzo 05 ucres 2.35 07 3,1 . HAOO .17 U) ... IUUI 2.30 While, R. L. (N. R.)75 acres AO... IVIUI l. It Marachall, 2 76 A7J0. . lUMai Wilcher, Jerry 27 acres W F. W hit. Ijitate, 67 SO . 1I1KJ 1 to Woods. J. B 21 acres 47 60... IUUI Young, I). C 10 acres 1.85 MM... i; ItuuerUou. Totul Paid ltiru . 1'und... 55 .11 Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $17,320 Thla munition originally f.latilliliod aa the 1. po.lt llank of Stanford In IMS, then reorgaiilrrd at tb. National Hank of Stanford lu IMS aluluilL reuriiaulittl aa tb Flnt National liank of Stanford lu U8J, baa had praUlralljr au uuinterru ted enc.for II jreara, eralljrlhaii.rirr lacllltlea for IrauuitliiiC Imilneaa career. Accounta eil.l. his Fall And Viiiier c;xxls. II la Utter auppllnl now will ruwpllr and lib. Wforelu Ita loug and honorable ol ludlrlduale, ndutlarha.tlrui Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. ar.il Indlihlualaaolklted. UIKICTOBI. , . . F. Iteld, Lincoln Co.; S. T. llarrla, J. H. W. Harden, .Stanford Souinern Hailwau THE II, llau.bman, AM T.P. Hill, W.P. Waltou " W.A.Trlbbl, J. II Colll.r.Crab Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon M, U.Eluor, Utanfbrd. orricaai. J S. Hick.r, I'realdrnt; J. J. Mcltobwu Caibl.r. A A J. 8. Hotker, HJ'e 11) fiDFrntrfliit PE.NEritATES ttflMlMl Old GREAT avamin Rffl. EIGHT STATES Kentucky. Teuues.ee. VlrKlolu, Oeorela North uud Houtb Carolina, Alubumu, Mlwlaalppl. f f.fcould i" ewry' town, to whom Um muat llUral InaucemeuU will be oUmd. J. B. UPPIMCOTT COMPANY, rabUibm, "HILADILPMU. ir VOIX3AMO J.llLPriONS ,.MISi)S5 5,055.15 Ar.Kraud, hut Sklu l.rupllou. rob llfo of lor Total lluikleu'a Aruliabal. lure.theuii alauOld, Iluii-iiidJ.J'.'u00 Profit Over Coal and I trtr Sore., FUrr, Hull., I elgiu turn. CYrlllicaU). Paid-u- p Warn, (ut. llrulna, llurua, Siald., ChapiwI Ant, 1IAHKUS WEAIILN, llauda. IMIUalua. Iluat I'll cur. on eJith. HrlrraouWalnaaud Aihw llnlyW (euualua A. SMITH IIUWMAB, hV , eianioiu. ay, Lellugtuu, Kjr, luieguirauieoO. rvld by IVunjr, lirujUi. .. "3 lluminuud,..l.oulvUI, LexliiKloii, 'JsSO.. CI 32 IUker J. " a50... IV ti Q.M. A.her LouWvlllo, luao... M OS John Helm 10 50... W OS I'urN. ll.Hu llurner .Louisville. J'JiO.., u.'.l Emma Ilu.a,. W. II. 11. REDEMPTION M. A. Lauea.ler... Lexington. II 50,.t'JT ' llEOOLAU WAVN'KSIIUIUI (OLOKII). McKlnu.f Aad.taul Cabler. Boone, J.N, 3 ucres 2.10 lletween lA)ujvllte uni (be South Oliver Cblllid Plows und Itepalr. Malta Cultivators, best lu the world Peering Holl uud Hull Ileurlug Hinders, llevrlutf Hull und Hall Ileurlug Mower., Mojer iluckbourils und HukkIc. MISS ISVELYN Uurden Plows uud Double bhottls. Each way between Louisville an J LoluKtOD rjWtll pay inurki'l price for Wool, Sucks W. A. TUItIC, Q. P, A.. Tho furulalieu ai'.v time. All kinds of Furniture uud uny piece or Wuibluzton, D. U. Plain and l'aahloiiuble Sewing. Culling und kind of llurueu ou wunt. Cull on W. II. TAYLOE, A O. ! A Fitting u bpucUlty. Water Works M. 3 D. 8. UAIIPENTEU, llb'STO.wiixi, ICv. boulirlllu. )(j. TO FARMERS. i. . Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS S. M. Owens, Sheriff. TAKDIF, Soamstross. .AM. v4i Jf"i .. .!