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UO, NO. 17 CHURCHES AND PREACHERS, I Thoro will bo no preaching nt tho ' Senator Gocbcl will speak at Somer , l.l, wero married at 12. Haptlst church Sunday. Rev. J. II. set tomorrow afternoon, 2uth. county, I dead. nro H. Caldwell's, near Wayncsburg, lay Crouch will preach at I'lnevllle that Gov. McCrcury was on the committee Four now eases of small-po- x on resolutions ut tho Winchester con Is an o d expression ueed by miner In looking for gold. When you come to our reported ot Williamsburg, two In town Iter. J. II. Crouch Wednesday. Tno day. store and get our bargain it Is n groom la a son of Dun Caldwell nnd tbu A nun nt Columbus, O., died from vention und ond In tliu country. Tho Hammer will contest was ended brldo tho youthful daughter of W. W. tho effects of a shock on hearing of tho Thero was a crush of people on tho death of Hishop Walttersou. steamer New York to bid Richard nftor several days' trial nt Danvlllo by ' Pitman, both of tho Southern ond. I Tho death of LI out. Lester K. Stsson, Thu ninth International (fourteenth Croker "bon voyage." u verdict sustaining the will, The school census of Mlddlesboro'of tho first Nebraska, nt Manila, and national) Sunday School Convention is J. M. Simmons will bo the democrat lo That you arc getting all that Is In It. Our fine line of Just taken shows l,3ii school children, the finding of his flunca'a photograph In session at Atlanta with 1,405 dele- nominee for tho Senalo from Allen, w-near his heart, whoru tho fatal bulla gates present. Warren und Kdmondson. tin Increase of 207 over last ycur. ff Dr. Peyton Hoge, a native of Rich- Madison Femalo Institute a". Iltch entered, Is tlio final chapter In a pretty Richard J. Oglesby fell will hold Its commencement ex- romance. Tho photograph is thu like- "" ndVa,, and n nephew of tho late dead at his home, ncur Lincoln, 111. mond AT THE I'llICKS WE Alti: NOW SELLING IT IS A ercises from Sunday, May SI, to Thurs- ness of Miss Anna Taylor, ono of thu Dr. Moses Hoge, has been called to the Ho was born In Oldham county, Ky., lelles of Columbus, Neb . and she Is War on Memorial church at Louis July 25, 1821. day, May 25. As Capt. Coghlun will soon bo retirIt was found necessary to ainputato wild with grief over tho death of her ville On May 0 a three-day- s' tho leg of Calvin Taylor, of Madison, lover. conference ed and has claimed that his remarks JolTersonvlllo Is Inking steps against of presidents ot conferences who was kicked by a homo and ho Is of the were privileged, there Is no disposition To lay nothing of the other good tMnRt In tho disgusting matrimonial stcerers. Mormon Cnuroh in 10 SoulhernStates to punish him. doing well. stye HATS, SHOES AND UNDEIlWIUIt. A llvo scorpion worked Itself through An ordinance presented provides that will begin nt Chattanooga Apostles Judge C.J. Pratt, of Madlsonvllle, tho skin of a Marlon county Negro wo. any runner who accosts any ono and John Henry Smith and M. F. Crowley, Is tho bravest of tho lot. He Is the man' head, whero It had probably been tenders his services to secure u marri- of I'tah, will attend. first republican to announce his candi age llcensu or In any way assists In havThe new Cumberland Presbyterian dacy for governor. for several months. tho machinery In ing a wedding ceremony performed Is church ut Mayfleld will bo dedicated Mllo Shanks, who was deputy con While Hoffman's distillery nt I.nwrcnceburg, llublo to bu sent to jail for 30 days nnd the llrst Sunday In May, and Drs. Od- gressman for this district, wants to Ixiuls Mollett stumbled and fell Into It lined $2.i. Thu samo flno and jnll Im der, Wear and Darby will conduct the represent Madison county in the LcglS' prisonment may bo InlllcteU uKn uny exercises nnd bu assisted by tho pastor laturo and In consequence gets bis pic and was horribly mangled. Miss Kallo Hacker has been selected maglstrato who employs a runner. and Rev. J. G. Webb. Monitor. lure In a Loulsvlllu paper. Rov. Hen Helm, who Is here, lolls us Tho railroad convention to be held at to represent tho Caldwell high school Preachers are also included. A long courtship, begun when they that he held n three days' meeting at Richmond by republicans Tuesday next school of Richmond in tho Hlucgras No. 136. tournament to bo held at Somerset In went to school together, culminated In Herea In which there were .10 reclama- will be a big thing, 'lhere will be 787 DANVILLE, KY. whullssuruto bo u happy marriage tions und sanctlllcatlon. May. He held u delegates and 3!) I will bo required to Gov. Hlndman, of Columbus, threw when Mr. Holdam Stuart, of Corbln, previous meeting there in March, thu nominate. A hot time is expected. Reed and Richard Cro-ke- r . a rock at his veteran saddle horso to and Miss Mamie DeHord wero joined In net results of both being about 00 sailed by the eamo steamer for Endrlvo him out of a lot and striking bis thu holy bonds of wedlock. Thu iialr, Advices from China tell of horrible gland. Being asked if hu would talk foro leg broke It, necessitating tho kill- accompanied oy .Miss llcttlo UolJorU, a sister of the bride, took tho 2:10 a. m. outrages on missionaries there. At one with his ing of tho animal. Mr. Croker, Mrs. Dlshmnu, widow of Col John train hero Wednesday nnd went to placo two wero burned to death at a Mr. Reed said: "Oh, we will probably to each other." nishmnn, who died at Uarbourvlllo Richmond, where nttho Glyndon Hotul bonllre. Suvoral others have been killed say Gen. Hardin Is having considerable nbout four years ago, died Wednesday and by tho Kov. V. K. I'orsyMio, of tho iu different sections. Steps aru being See our line of morning nt tho homo of hor daughter, Prcsbyterlun church at Corbln, they taken by Germany to avengo attucks dllllculty in trying to convince tbo people that the success of Hryan In 1900 Mrs. A. K. Cook, in I'lnevllle, aged l0. weru uultcd at 8:.')0, Miss llcttlo and on her subjects. Rov. T. F. Walton closed tho first depends upou Mr. Hardin getting tho The Somerset Paragon tells of thu Mr. John L. Kay standing with them death of Mrs. Permolla Quarles Hayes during tho ceremony. Thu brldo was two yeurn' service as pattorof the Pres- Kentucky democratic gubernatorial at tho ago of 7l. Of her children, attired In n light blue tailor made suit byterian church at Columbia Sunday. nomination In 181K). Owensboro MesLogan and Kphrlamnnd Misses Jerusha with hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Stuurl During tho time he has preached 121 senger. A dispatch from Danville with refer and Suilo Hayes and Mrs. llcttlo Hans- teflon the first train for Corbln, whero sermon, held 7.1 prayer meetings, retho groom conducts a lucrative mercan- ceived 10 Into tho church, baptized two ence to Capt. btone's appointment to ford, survive The agreed case of tho Klchmond tile business. He Is a nntlvo of Crab Infants, otllclated at three marriages speak there says: "It has developed and Lancaster Turnpike Co., against Orchard and a most worthy young man. and preached eight funerals, says tho that the Stone forces have reached that pi point In their proceedings whero they tho county of Madison was decided The brldo Is n daughter of Mr. und Adair News. Rev. Dr. Joseph Parker, of London, want lo make a show of their strength, Friday by Judge Scott, who allowed Mrs. Geo. W. DeHord and is a petite, the Turnpike Co., llrt.OOO for tho 12 pretty and lovable woman. There was preached a remarkable sermon at tho and Mr. Stono was requested to come to rullca of rood In question from this city no objection to tho marriage, tho trip celebration of Oliver Cromwell's birth- Danville and make a speech. The Stone to Richmond being a matter o( prefer- day. Ho first severely scored tho men will not endeavor to get an In to tho Garrard lino. Keglster. Pearsons, tho Chicago phllan- - ence und convenience. Tho good wishes Prlnco of Wales for card playing, and structcd delegation, as they will do D. K. W Quality considered. In ihmnUt. who recently made good his of many friends will over attend tho then turned his attention to the Sul- nothing to embarrass Judge Breckinpair. tan, of whom lie said: "In tho name of ridge, but If they do not get a fair reppromise of 150,000 to Hcrca College on the Father, the Son and the Holy resentation Id the delegation it will be condition that $150,000 bo raised from A Georgia Negro preacher thus exin the other source, haa just added another patiated: De raos' poworfules' parab-bi- o Ghost, 1 say, God damn tbo Sultan." because they were Elder J. S. Kendrlck, who died Tues- county convention." 50,000 to tho endowment of that instl I dat 'bout ole King Potlphar en day In (la' Of all tho younger generation of polIllark, Tan and Patent Leather. Danville, had $.1,000 Insurance In tutlon, making his donations reach Olo King Potlphar Queen Jezebel. tho Maccabees, t2,0Q0 In tbo North iticians In Kentucky, Senator Goebel 1 total of 1100,000 within a month. wux gwlno crlong In bis Western and a (.150 paid up policy in conccdedly the most brilliant. Not yet A Hydcn county merchant, who has of life, as a sucLondon, 75 miles, cbarit Com Jericho tor Jerusalem fer another company. Tho Advocate ays attaining the noon-da- y to haul his goods from ter 'lend cr fesilblo given oy ole King has sued tho J. M. Koblnson, Norton Pbarloh at Jerusalem, when he pass he was 49 year of age, was a graduato cessful lawyer he stands second to none of tho Kentucky University and tho in tho State. In brain, 'in wonderful Co., of Loulsvlllo, for 1250 for falluro Queen Jezebel walkin' In do dus' 'long to deliver tho goods at tho depot In time do road. Shu look at him en say, Hlblo College and had been paator at versatility of talent, In all the element and making him miss tho benefit of 'While mail, lemmo ride,' en ho tuck Danville about eight years. His wifo of truo manhood, be ranks with the was Miss Alice Woolory, of Pendleton foremost, while in faithful, brilliant Hales to tho largo crowd that attended her up behln' him. Kn de young man , county, and they wero married In 1831. services to his Statu and his party,none court In March. ho rodo under a branchln' oak, en his Bishops Wilson, Cranberry, Har- approach him. For 10 years, Senator STANFORD, KY. Oil Well, No. 2 on Oltor Creek In ba'r got top oroun' er lira', en do mule, grove, Duncan, Galloway, President; Hendrlx, Goebel has stood in legislative halls, a William Shelton, 8 Sautley, Lady Principal; Way do county, just bored, Is now pro- what wuz under him went away. Kn Mrs. Nannie ducing liiO barrels por day and at tho dcy got down, dcy did. en blowed on Candler, Key, Fitzgerald and Morrison, tower of strength to tho masses of the Miss Mattle Paxton, Mathematics and Physical Selene; of tho Southern Methodist church, people. Ills noble ottlclal life Is one of 12 hours was Increasing rapidly. Miss Eudora Axtell, Primary Department; cr ram's ho'n, en do walls fell down. attended annual meeting of Miss Kllen Italloti, Music Department; the church long battle against corporation InfluTen operators arc now at work In tho Kn do dogs cum en llok'd his sores; en Miss Mary Hubbard, Art Department; Extension Hoard In Louisville this ences and for the right of the public. oil territory and great excitement do duv'ls got inter de hogs, on do bogs Miss Flora Ballou, Elocution and Physical Culture; Tho Kentucky Oil jwd Pipe got inter do sea. t,n uey gainer u up week. Tho board wag organized in Withal, ho Is without spot or blemish Mrs. Maggie J. Martin", Boarding Department. 1882 for the puroso of aiding in build-Ini- : upon his oftlclal record. Hl9 magnifibolng rapidly completed uv do fragmlnts darof 12 Lino Is now baskits full. cent services in thu great contest bechurches within tho bound of tho und oil will bo running In a few days. Now, do question Is. whoso wife Is Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. church. la the past year $58,000 was tween Blackburn and Hunter a battlo James Chlno, a blacksmith In Hoylo, she gwlno bo at do resurrection?" raised for church extension purposes, without an equal In legislature history haa Invented a herapbriak which secina are still fresh In tho mind of all HooKor wasnington, tbu great Ne exclusive of tho Increase In tho loan destined to supplant tho ancient conby which It takes a powerful gro tcachor, declines to discuss tho funds of $11,500. Four hundred and democrats. Ho is in lino the peerless trivance Negro to break moro than 300 pounds outrageous acts of tho mobs und tho ten churches have been given aid. Tho party lighter, tho brilliant, brainy f mobbed In Georgia, saying: "I think board has been instrumental in distrib statesman,, iho linn..t., of hemp a day. Chlnn says ho can to his apparatus and break I can bo of moro service to tho raco by uting $1,000,000 slnco Its organfratlon steam Mill Work. Mctnl Roofim & 1.000 iKiunds. Tho machlno I simple giving my tlmo and strength in helpTho Prunklln Circuit uud Stuto Pis Gov, Cundler lays a good deal of tho cheap- - ing to lay tho foundation for an educa of construction and can bo built cal court bus decided thai tho Statu tion which will bo the peumanont euro Negro troubles In Georgia to a certain can not hold back fees of Circuit Clerks Tho Times tells a blood und thunder for such outrages. I do not mind lidd- class of lawyers, who aro acProw-il- l, customed to using every technicality to make up liabilities incurred in form Btory of how Fireman Lawrence ing," said tho speaker, "thai I am uallent ut Lebunon u small-po- x and uulbblo to protect their clients, er tonus. Tho decision will result In to mob violence under till (tiiurantlne and tho Auditor having to pay tho fees of Junction, ran tho Those guilty of crlmo oven when they aro known to bo guilty. to nay .Vllltamsburg a visit. should bo suroly, swlfily uud terribly "This evil hat grown to such an ex tho clerks for thoir new term, and If A crowd with revolver mut him at tho punished, but by legal methods. As a tent that It is made un excuse for lynch tho Slato can recover for tho alleged train on u dlsitch from tho conductor rule tho men guilty of theso outrages law, tho mobo claiming that If they do indebtedness of tho old term, it will uud ho was ordered to continue South- uro Ignorant individuals who have had nottakutho administration of justice have to suo tho clerks und their bondsward. AtNowcomb, Tenii., u physl-i'lu- n no opportunity to securo nn education Into their own hands it will not bo ad- men us It did tho look churgo of him und hud hira mi itiuiir to iii.iNi:ss. and moral restraint. Tho volution of ministered; that the lawyers by such fate, form aul tern-ltent to a pest house. present dllllcultlcs is to bo found means as I have mentioned will cheat The woman who la lovely iubut one who wuultlr will always bats IrlaiiUt, rendered u decision our thorough Judge Cuntrlll tho gallows or tho penitentiaries, and twallraillve uiuat Ltvu her health. If the la wiak. fl In tho meatul, religious und l ullruu Uuwu, he will be nenom ami In Iho noted cuses of Kdward Uhl and Industrial education of or ai.iuer trouboth nice in turn loojo upon socluty tho burglar, irruauie. nue uaa others, of Now York, against Register tho South' ble, llerilUure blood will tallM iilu)leaa blolcbra, tbo murderer or tho ratllurruitlonaauda wretrtml cuiuiileilon. tier pist." of Lunda Reynolds, A.J. Ashor and Irlr llltlera la the beat nmllilua lu the world lo THE RAIII.K, MMI Or AM. UlllllS, regulate alumach, liver aud tidneya aud to purity 500 others. Tho plaintiff sought to !' 1011 Knocli Mini, on old oltUun 0( Iwll .Mr. A. Cnldwoll, POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. aged I and Miss Anna-I'ltinan- "OUT FOR THE DUST" , I OTA1EB CLAIM 1 J Ex-Go- v. Gold Mine in Itself SUITS MADE TO ORDER. ovor-lookl- $1.25FranklinShoes75e THE : GLOBB, Telephone J. L. Frohman & Co., fellow-passenge- r, how-do-y- ou LADIES I I ! I I i 1 I 1 SLIPPERS. i Tey Are Beautiful, I I I 1 They Are Good, They Are Cheap, well-mat- ed Southern Ties, Oxfords and Button. fo'-ho- is H. J. M'ROBERTS. Stanford Female College. 1-n- pre-vail- s. -- A. C.S1NE, STANFORD, KT. s &y at-tu- d If oh-la- in possession of 200,800 itcrcs of land lying In Clay ana Lesllo, on which tho dufendunU wero living, under a patent Issued to John II. Chcover In 1871. Judge Cantrill holds that tho defend- - noted for Its keen sl;iit. clour and dls lluct vision. So aro tho.o porMins who ue Sutherland's Eagle Eye Halve (or weak ejus, stjtis, soru vjusof uny kind or granulated lids. Sold at Penny's ui ii rents. I . untt have a legal claim to tho property and that tho patent I Invalid. Mrs. Lein T. Duko, sister of Mrs Uaneo C. Hicks, died al hor homo In Johnson City, Tenn., last Friday of tvnhold fover. Mrs. Hicks was called to her by telegram last week und Is yot n thoro. Mr. aud Mr. Uuko wore hero a fow year ago, ho having had charge of omo of tho railroad building near town, under Will P. Walton contract, and Mr. Duko was Mis Kato Cros. Thoro aro many friend hero who will aympathUo with t Mr. Duko In hi aflllctlon. Paragon. Uoth Mr. and Mrs. Duko aro Virgin-Ia- n and eaina to Kentucky with tho writer, who deplore tho death of tho excellent wile und sympathize with tho grief stricken husband. woll-knowSoin-srso- lU'.WAIir OlNTMIINTS I'ATAUIIII the bluud. it glvea alroug uarvea, bright eyea, 1IIAT CONTAIN JJKltCl'KV. amoolh, velvety akin, lieu coiuplealou. It will Aliurrrury lll urely dnlroy Ilia seuwof until uukaa sooildoukluK, (harming wuuiauof a run and cuiutilftelr tltrinra Ilia whula sr.teiu when .l.iwu luialld. duly m wits al 1'euuj'a Drug riittrlnit II lliruunli His inucoin iurlt. biuh ar More. m a titles .buulil nvtrr lUM4SKrrplou r.MTltlou (rum repulaM uyUlau, a Ilia (Uinaga ihev will It Is said tha ordlnaay staves are do U tru fold lo thaeuudvou rau (Kwalltlr uerlre It I said that tf Mrs. Georgo I ac- from thrm. Haifa (alarm Curs, manufactured by worth $33 per thousand, which is 913 A Co., Tuleilo, cxiulalna no quitted sho will go on tho stage and K.J. Cltwifjr Ukro InternallyO.,arllut directly U(u per thousand moro than they ever aud la the ajraum. In tho Loulsvlllo Time says that proof the Iduoil and mucous aurUcvaofaura you net the brought before. Thero aro something buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be It that she habitually make use of tho Spuulnx. by la takru Internally, and mada Iu Tula, like 'J,000,000 staves ready for market F, J. Cheoay A fo. 1 esliimmlaU now, In this county, and thoy aro worth family table linen lo Improve hor form, Irua Ndd by DrucKUli, ylre .V r botlla. 70,000. Somerset Paragou plainly point to a hlstrlonto career. Hall'a Family 1111a are the bnu m a va a f, via tho Queen point, to the Low Rates Atlanta Ga., April Charleston, S. 20-29. Crescent llouto from nil International S. S. Convention Confederate Veterans' Reunion C, May 10-13. llltJMAUK'S IKON .NKItVt: IHIUTATION. Tho citizens ot Loulsvlllo havo raisWaa the mult of hit splendid health. InJoinl Is the forerunner to cousuiuptlon. Dr. will euro It. and ed a guarantco fund to cover tbo ex- labia will aud tremendous vuvrgy are uol fouud Dell's where Btouiach, l.lver, Kldnaya and llowela are out give such strength to thu lungs that a cough penses of tho May Mnslo Festival May ofordar. If you waul tuna uualitle. and the sue. or a cold will not settle there. Twuuty live cets I uey tiring, ua ur. King a rew uia nils. 8th, 0th and 10th, and prices will bo '1 bey detelup avtry uwer of brain aud body. Duly Cents ut Penny's Drug Store. lowor than for any other similar festi Uc at I'eunj's Prtig Store. 1.UM1 Southern Baptist Convention Louisville, Ky., May 11-1- 8. Tho Grant monument, showing tho val over given. Season tickets will be general on horso back and tho whole 15 only 15 and 17 for tho five concerts In The Philadelphia Knqulrer says that granumotu iiko tnoso feet 31 Inches high, that was unveiled at which some of tbo greatest singers In ers used to wear, uro to our all tho rage bo Philadelphia yesterday, cost $J2,U75.35. the world, and tho groatoat operutlo this summer. ama soprano, will appear. Tho L. & N, WEAK KYM AUK MAD! STIIO.M1, OOVUIIKDiiS YEAIU. I suffered 33 years with a couli, uud Dim vl.loti uadu clear, styes removed uud and other railroads will give half rates. a a ciuuulated llus or soru vies ot uuv Mud sptodlly uud effectually cured by tliu uso of Kucalno I a new anesthetic which Is BuineuuuQ s rjigie r ye euive. 11 s put up In tubes, aud sold on a guarautv. For said to deaden all pain and yet permit sale ut Penny's Drug blurt the taker to retain all his other senses. Chickamauga Dedication Kentucky Monument May 3. Biblical Assembly Charlotte, N. spent hundreds of dollars with doctors und fur medlcluu to uo uvull uulll 1 tuvd ur. Tills Hell's remedy uiaKiw weuit iuuits strong, u iiua suveu uiy II. Itosell, Urautsburg. 111. life. J. C, June 20-2- 9. Jr TUB bribery cao acalnst Charles E. Tho Jury h tho caeof Mr. George, IJ It. S. Woolen, Circuit Clerk ofLtn-- j I was r.llcdat Frankfort Wed- - charged with killing Gcorgo D. Saxton lie, Is (load. D. W. Vlckcry has been appointed l lii-- i eday when his attorney, Judgo and tho Judgo's chargo Is Interpreted ' postmaster at Flat Springs, Wayno 1'ryor and Senator Ulackburn, failed to aa being In her favor. At Wilmington, Del., Charles Har- county. A largo nsKortmcnt of good Wall Paper at 1c, Be, Oc. 7c and 8c per roll to elcct APR. 2.S, 1899, demur It out of court and the trial KV., STANFORD! proceeded. Graves told abouttho same ris was fined $2,000 and sentenced to Somerset ba only ono vacant house from at tho store of talo ho told beforo tho democratic con- - 12 years Inprlsonmcnt for ponlon and threo families aro nfter It, says tho ' vcntlon and others testified m has been swindling. His operations wore car- - M'aragon. W. P. WALTON. In 100 years Baptists havo reported. The defense offered no testi- rled on all over tho country. $28,000,000 for missions and sent out mony, but asked for peremptory In- Kleptomania has gone out of stylo In Woahohang Wall Paper at 5c per roll by the competent men ml carry ov. Editor Knott, of tbo Tost, was ac- jstrucllons, which woro refused and tho Toledo. A woman arrested In that 2,000 missionaries. rry thing in tiio John O'llannon, a Kentucky sailor, quitted In short order of libelling tho case after argument went to tho jury town on tho chargo of shoplifting board of public works at Louisville lust evening and had not reported when claims to have been under a constant presented Gov. Bradley with a cano Judge Darker holding that his editorial we went to press. hypnotic spell from tho leader of tho made from tho flagstaff of tho Chrlsto-ba- l oq asphalt was a privileged one, and Colon, with a metal shield from tho Pictures Framed to order on slinrt notice In latest style. Give u a call and no gang. how ynu rati .aro money civlnc ncromntory Instructions for tho I THE brutes who mutilated and burn convicted of stealing a casting of tho Mnria Teresa. A young man Telephone No. P.M. No. Mtl Main St., Danville, Ky tho Negro murderer and rapist in borso from his grandfather at hvans-vlll- o Spain has not yet signified when sho defendant. Wo congratulate tho pugl-.e- d ltstlc scribe on his easy victory, which Georgia showed themselves lower and wns given the choico of a prison will accept thu $20,000,000 this country I is one no less for tho press and people. more degraded demons than ho was and sentenco or a public flogging. Ho pre- ha agreed to pay her. It mav bo that If an editor, who is perfec'Iy sincere, should bo made to sutler as greatly ferred to wear stripe a every dirty since she got rid of somo of her un Is to be jerked up for criminal libel Ono foul crime does not oxcuso another provable posocsslnns she may haio thief would. everv timo he criticises nubile otllclals" and if tho men recognized in the Banker Wm. Shlpp. of Midway, was some money of her own. Covington or others needing the eyes of the peo- -' shameful and tiendish business by Gov. rearrested on completing his torm at Commonwealth. plo turned to their misdeeds, the boast- - Atklnon uro not punished, mob law Frankfort, for making falo entries, as Thu Woodford fiscal court lut the ed freedom of the press Is a travesty, ,alono should hereafter bo supremo in there aro two more indictments against contracts for keeping tho turnpikes In E-- s and the mainstay of good government Georgia. him and Gov. Bradley having declined repairman average price per perch 7."c for furnishing, Judge Barker is Ji'tHJE of will bo withdrawn. breaking and Cantkill decides that the to intcrfero. entitled to tho gratitude of every one convict parole law Is unconstitutional, Capt. Crittenden, of the engineer spreading tho rock. Tho contractor al-- o who regards tho press as the palladium tiidt. 11. Tnlin to do the ditching without inn - tlrnwn flnMiln.t corps, has prepared plans for a reser aro oMIberty and tho freedom of speech a . n . wa4 m,rnnr ..,,, .. squaro and Jl loot, aeep, other pay. -voir 47 miles God given right. C'ha. Sloan, of Illtburg, charged governor passes on a law point there Is which ho claims will control tho great little uso iu testing the caso again, as est flood that hns over been known on with breaking Into and robbing tho A dispatch like this that comes from store of thu Laurel Coal Co , at Pitt, Frankfort every fow days: "Attorney all of his decisions have proven correct the Missouri river. burg last Monday noon while the oc A former district attorney and a depbis General Taylor will not announce , like tlii"c have M'ofiuoiK.'e words can not give. U now In BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. uty Internal revenue collector aro under cupant wero out at dlnm-rdecision on the candidacy for governor Pa., for complicity jail here In default of a $.VX) bond. He Summer Corsets 21c. to see them, worth riouhlu for a week or two," has grown mo Frankfort gets the general otllccs of arrest at Lancaster, waived an examination. Ixindon Echo, In tho stamp counterfeiting. It Is said notonous, we therefore suggest to the whlskv combine. A branch of tho Black Diamond road tho money. clgnrs aro stamped the correspondents that it be changed Ellzebclhtown, too, is experiencing that over 50,000,000 wus Incorporated at Frankfort. and Ulue Lace Trimmed liort waist Ills to only so as to read as folbwg: "The attorney a small-po- x are cases with the bogus concerns. scare. There Felix Payton, colored, naulted his connect with tho main branch of the ISc. susthere. general still keeps the world in Main Stem of tho road, and will extend In her now play of "Collnctte." Ju- wlfo in church at Lexington because from pense by continuing to delay the day of Ladie-- ' Corset Cover., plain l'Jc. Carlisle through Bath, Kowan, and didn't his announcement for governor. It be- lia Marlowe wears ono gown that cost he didn't llko the preacher Pike, Perry, Leslie and other counties, Embroidery and Lace trimmed Cor-- ot Cover only 2."c. want her to put any money In the con gins to look like that individual, not- $J,200. of 2V) miles, to a point oppobox. The woman was badly-hur- a distance Embroidery trimmed A Negro mob shot a Negro murder- tribution withstanding he Is llko Vanderbilt dc- Cover, worth "0e, only .'We. site Jclllco. A panic resulted In tho church. 'More sorts of a er to death In bis cell in the jail at scribed his PAHUICS. d d fool than any man living,' has seen Galena, Kan. Da.WILLK. The grand jury return. Tho unveiling of the (..rant monu- Many new ideas aro being' .hown in thi- - department this James Caldwell shot his brother meat at Kalrmouni, rnnaueuiiim, jer- cd tlvo Indictments against tho Louis- the handwriting on the wall tnat no vlllo k Nnshvillo railroad for maintain- - week. republican need apply for office In Ken- - Joseph at Bismark, N D., and then terday. was attended wltti an lmpo-in- g tucky again, especially ono with as drank carbolic acid, civic, military and naval parade. Tho Ing dangerous crossings In the county, Pique, beautiful variety, color. and ligured. flood valA girl at Louisville has sued her cruiser Raleigh took part In tho cere- J. F. Zimmerman, formerly of Dan little reasons for preferment, and has ue. . teacher for $15,000 damages for calling mony and the president and party were c- loc, our price 011I3 decided to fly the coop entirely." ville, was married at Providence, 1! : I , to MIfS Aila R. Riley.- - Advocate. her a "harmonic Idiot." present. All colors in Near Silk linliiff, only 15o. M until Skirting 16c. A Quaker meeting was discounted Winchester, which has been dry for JudgeCantrillholdsth.it under the Iridic' DrcH Skirl", fincy and solid colors, '.in: to S. by tho railroad convention at Winches- - tnreo yeaM wm vote on tho question present jury law each circuit court Is The Adams county Now Eru sajs: Come and get one of our up Mraw Sailor lfio, 2.V, 60 and 78c. ter in its quietness and solemnity, ben-- 1 of licensing saloons Juno 23. nn.1 . . m , ...... I.I.. ...tr. . nntitloil ii aiandim petit jury of 30 'tiPfl. ,a out, MEN'S WKAH. ator Goebel was there and so was Capt. j Tbo Court of Appeals says that mu- - members. But few circuit judge aged liJ, residing near English, are tho Colored Collars, Mr 15c quality, our prlc 10c Stone, but,there was nothing to flsht nicipalitles ixtut pay franchise tax if tho State have put that construction on proud parents of u bright baby girl Whim Linen allar, standlngltnil turndown, .atett itylo 3 t I'm. . over and both contented themselves by tney own water works plants. tho law, tho general view being that 21 Tho last child born to the couple before Ngligee Shirts 35c. Striped Silk front Shirts U.c. simply shaking hands with tho boys. tbo birth of thu one Is now aged 13 Willie Widdlngton, son of Judge constitute the panel. 1'nder.hlrlH for men, blenched, only 15c. Col. A. W. Hamilton, the only candi-- l William Widdlngton, of Morehead, A drummer committed suicide In tho years married und Is a irrnndmother." Three good pairs Suspender for only 25c. A good silk finished Supendcr 15c. date, was nominated for commissioner! killed himself over a love affair. Hotel Oxford at Cincinnati and left a LADIES' M PSI.I NIUNDEK WEA It. by acclamation, the Chicago platform) Hailstones five Inches In diameter note apologizing to tho management Drawers, llemntitched tucked rutlle 25c to l. was reaffirmed in its entirety, Col. are alleged to have fallen during a vio- - for the act. adding: "I do not do this Muslin Gowns, Lneo and Embroidered trimmed, bleb and 50c to fl.50. Bryan was recommended for ronomina-- . lent storm In Boone county, Neb. to get rid of the house; besides, If I Petticoat, HcmMitched anil embroidered, Spanish llounce. extra good value 50a tlon and tho thing was over. Many of Lookout Inn. on the top of Lookout didn't like tho house I should not want loll. the counties were represented by prox Mountain, was sold to the Order of to be found dead In it." Near Silk Petticoat, fancy and solid colored ikirtx, 75c to ll 50. ies and the whole business went through Hallway Conductors for a home. Wlllliam Mason, of Columbia City, A big lino of fancy Calicoes 3Jc. Yarl Wide Percales only 5c. like it was cut and dried. As the disKmeroon Hoper, editor of tho Sebrce Ind., made his effort at suicide public. Yard wide II eached Cotton only 4c. trict Is Intensely republican Col. Ham- Herald, killed himself in his office. He went to the public square and in tho Yard wide Hlrached Cotton, tree from starch, only 4c. ilton's only show la In the possibility of He was despondent and in 111 health. presence of over 100 people cut a four-Inc- h Good Heavy Brown Cotton yard w Mo Ir. Three yard Ijicc Curtain 50c. a fight and a split In the g. o. p., at Maude Adams is credited with tho gash In his neck and another llettcr grade 75c, 1 to J2.50. present a probable outcome. largest receipts of any actress la the three inches long in his left arm. Un CAliPETS. Many person, have their Rood country the last 30 weeks $3:10,000. fortunately he Is still alive. A big line of Ingrain Carpets and Mnttlnpi at I2Jp to 50c. day and their bad day. Others Few people have an idea of tho all James for Jones, a prominent young Bud Gallagher was Instantly killed E. are about half sick all the time. CLOTHING. reaching, all alsorbing trend of the farmer living near Hopkinsvllle, blow hv thn cave-I- n of a stone quarry near They have headache, backache, Iloy's Kne Pants, jut the thing for wnrra wrathe r, only 15c.;,'Mcn'. Cotton Pant trusts and the wav 'they have wound assigning a Knoxvllle. Tenn., as the result of a his and are restless and nervous. 3Sc Men's Caiimero PanH lSc. This pant la a good value at I 60. their tentacles around everything that causo brains out without Wo can fix' f Food does not taste good, and heavy blast. Oscar Collins' left leg you up in a Suit from tJ.lS to f.r we eat, use, wear, or is necessary for A Chicago man who lost a leg was cut off, his skull was fractured and the digestion is poor; the skin Ladies' double intent tip Oxford 50c Men's fine Shoe. Vic. Mrn'alow cut Shoes our being and commerce. There were through being burned while under tho is dry and sallow and disfigured body badly bruised. He will die. Joe $1. up to tbo first of the week 270 of these ith pimples or eruptions; treatment, was awarded $10,000 Harris had his ankle mashed. Wo keep a full line of Rati for Men and l!oy. organizations, one with a capitalization damages. sleep brings no rest and work Two persons were killed and a score of $100,000,000, the combined capiIs a burden. Wednesday was tho 80th anniversary tal being S0.0S9, 742,200, a sum greater of the Introduction of Odd Fellowship of others Injured by an explosion of What Is the cause of all this? Impure blood. almost than can be conceived, or at any in America und it was duly celebrated ben7lno In a chemical works at I'Mladelphlu. Fully a hundred houses uro Ahd the remedy? rate appreciated. "Down with tbo at many points. trusts" and with the party that makes I Mary Anderson, the LouUvlllo ac- more or less damaued. those In close T.D. HANKY, Manager, tnem possible must be the shibboleth tress, with her husband, Antonio do proximity to tho chemical works being so badly wrecked as to probably necesor tbo next campaign and It ought to Navarro, reached New York on tho sitate their condemnation. llranch stores at Eliiabethtown. Elkton, Owen.Uiro, Sho'bviille. Ycraalllp. Il.,.i.. win, and will if tho people arc not lost steamer Majestic. town, Hopkinsvllle, Madionvllle, Morganlicld. Grorgchmn Ky , An escaping murderer fell beadllng Clarkaville. Tsnn. to their Interests. Postmaster W. S. Boggess, of Ash- Into a shaft at the salt works at Ellsland, has left that city und a Govern- worth, Kas. The body bounded from A COPY of tho Waco, Texas, 's i 31' Indubtrlal Edition is bent us ment inspector is investigating thu side to side, splattering tho timbers .. t it j with tbo complimonts of Mrs. Nannlo office for a shortage. with brains and blood until it reached tibflta. A Board of Survey decides that tho B. Anderson, which gives a history of Against any ono on tho road, that wants tho bottom, 1,000 feet below. Tho head to give you a brush, you can always do that thriving and progressive little city Government must pay for tho 300,000 and hands wero torn from tho body by ulien f eated in one of our which seems to bo on a boom. Tho pounds of refrigerated beef which spoil- the force of tho fall. Tho remains were matter and mako-u- p of the paper Is ed on tho transport Manitoba. guthcred up In a sack and brought to Notwithstanding voted Benton quite creditable, but the management tho top. against local option mu trustees rciuo with easy running gear, and you can bet sadly needs an artist, If it intends to .At Maiden. Mo., Mrs. Jane 'lettaton, that nothing but a thoroiiKhbrid will past to grant saloon license and tho case widow of Wash Tettaton, a prominent persist In printing pictures. Tbojo I i oU (.'Alt- Our lino block of un j imtv given are tho worst that ever happened. will bo taken to the circuit court. man of that section, and her four chll- -' KLUiI.S tdiou d bo inspected by Uiomj The police at Atlantu attempted to dren were murdered and their bodies It clears out the channels An ordinary man with u cross-csaw f ,V' itlioaru not not pouted on the ilmrnljlo Mylri Mid ipiality of our stock. and u foot adz could make much better enforce tho law against tho mixing of partly incinerated In tho ruins of their through which poisons are carried from the body. VThcn Sunday-scho, whites and'blucks in thu p und not half try. home, which wus set on lire by the mur-rM.j..t:J all impurities arc removed from & iaS?3fS5"E convention and a merry row followed. derer. J. H. Tettaton, u on of Wash the blood nature takes right hold The LouUvilleund Lexington papors, Tho dead bodies of Mrs. Mary Dalro Tettaton by his first wife, l under arOpp. Court. Hoino, .Stanford, ICy. and completes the cure. following the lead of tho Cincinnati and Miss May MllUteud were found rest for the crime. If there is constipation, take Enquirer, have Inaugurated "Hotel near Murphysboro, III. It is believed Tho Monon, Tuesday, passed to thu Ayer's Pills. They awaken the Gossip" departments, but they aro not that they wero robbed and murdered. drousy action of the liver; they control of the J. P. Morgan Interests, In it with Judge Charles K. Kincald, A Southern Paclllu freight went und reorganization was effected In New cure biliousness. who makes his tho most readablo col- through a burning brldgo in Southern York. William Henry McDoel wus Wrlta to our Doctor, 3 umn of tho great Cincinnati sheet. Tho Arizona. Tho train was burned and We hue th rirlmlT elected president to Buccced Samuel urtlffl of And you need a nice vehicle. I can funiMi you for very little judgo has been accused of running a tho conductor and fireman were killed. Thomas. Tho latter was retained as a ofus of lh mo.t eminent nht.lcUiis la money a lbs UnltsU hulrt. Wnl.lrr.lj.il ih putlcuUri Iu Goebel bureau, so many men docs ho While J. M. Purdom, of Railings, member of the directory. It is said that cti!, a promt your r... You will rerefplr. mtliout rnt Bug-gy- , find who favors tho Covington man, but was hunting for dogs that had killed u ..... m. v n en. no chango in tho wllcy of tho road will ItfWtll, MUI. ho doubtless prints tho news as ho finds round dozen of his sheep, his gun dis- bo made, nor will tho Loulsvlllo staff of Or almost any thing on wheul. Come In and let me show you. Ilaie just reieiicd it, without attempting to disparage any charged killing tho horso ho was rid- employes bo disturbed. Car-Loa- d other candidate. Perhaps no other but ing. Minerva Burnett has been In tbo Tho U.S. Worsted Co., caultal $70,- Goabel men go to the Queen City. for nearly 40 Grant county 000,000, tho Borden Condensed Milk years, entailing an expense to tho counThe Plnevlllo Courier says that Na' Co.. $20,000,000, and sovoral other Public Sals of Persjsilly Land. Don't you need one? I ull supply of Corn I'lantera, Drill , Disc Harrows. I'lowa, poleon Bonaparto Buys heard John trusts, were Incorporated in New Jer ty of aliout $2 per week, or nearly $1,Ac, cheaper than ever known. 000. Throe children havo boon born to Andrew Scott, who is a candlduto for 'soy. uro yet A Administrator of M. N. Ik'l'uuw, do- tho office, say In a speech that the Tho first woman In Kentucky to take her In that tlmo, all of whom ciu.cil, 1 will on greatest need of tho State was a good ' thu benefit of thu bunkrupt luw", filed inmates of tho county Inllnnury. Sho lawyer for attornoy general. Mr. Hays her petition at Owensboro, Ellen M. is now uIhiui IiO years of ugo, wolghs TliurrHlny, May 1899, :I50 iwunds and looks llko sho might thereupon communed with himself and Rich, with liabilities of J75 and reitldoneo Lincoln county, present genurutlou. AlliU l lulu iiuolli'nulrryIn thu outllvu uiostof thu Kj , decided that as he filled the bill better' of at ronul i.i.ip- Tho Associated Press was fined $108 thun any man ho knew, ho would offer Tho skull of old Gen. Trotter, of tho 1111 Ul WIlllTII MU UlL'll IHMMM.lt. COII.I.llllJ- principally himself a willing sacrifice for the gool In tho Frunkllu Circuit und Statu Fis- wurof 1812 fumo, Is now being used for I'our Jlunw, ofJ :N)tar-ili- ) ami j jisirlln of thu State. And that is why he enter- cal Courts for failing to name un uguut u foot ball In Fayetto und great IndigMule, 1 u;td ork Male, s .1 Milk CowKuud Culiiv, S llrooil niwh, Kuriiilni; l, In tho Statu on whom proc.-sed thu race for attorney general. could bo nation has boon aroused. Gcorgo I rti'iitlW, and Klutlien served. a tenant on tho Alford farm, was uImhH Sun iMrnlsor I'orn In crlli. JuixiE Cantiui.i.'h decision that the u lot of Cured Mont, Ac. s curious to know whut a hugu mound on Gov, Candler, of Georgia, says banks which seek to recover from tho Is to blame for thu raco troubles It contained and dug Into It. Instcadof Tliijm. .Hum. of $10 Statu tho difference between 12i cents leading to such horrlblu ulTalrs as tho Indian rolics, ho discovered 11 largo limidi over Hint amount,uml under eu.li In llino iiioulli.irul-II- I good notes Willi per lent. Iulere.l frum and tho 75 cents which thuy paid under burning of thu Negro Sam IIoso at vault coiitalulog decayed coffins and tho dutu will bo reUlnd. thu Howltt law, after having been forc- Newman. V I'. (Iivt-Mi- , In Older to Make Koom for Spring Style. skeletons of Gon. Trotter and members Admr ed to pay local taxation, can not do to, At tho Mini) time, h agent for the lielrn The president iuauguiuted tho work of his family. Beforo Mr. Marshall of M. N. IM'uuw. I wl'l otter for uu at may bo law, but It Is fur from Justice. on tho San Pedro breakwater In Call- could rucloso tho vault a number of boys of M The judge holds that tbo Legislature fornlu by touching un cicutrlu button visited it and carried away tho skull of public outcry hU farm M injrr.uerenof lund In Lincoln county ami of Improved ulono can give relief. An appeal will In tbo white house on & Knob luud on Ulilto U.ik Creili. Teuiu circuit with tho general and tho pluto which mark- mudo known on duy of ule. bo taken. tho works on tho coast. ed his coffin. W. P Oivl., Agent I TOT IWTtfRlflR in iiuiiuii uuuiumu fl RMAI Sommer. Just Think mt Of It. - A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Constant Attractions Eaoh Week Pre- pares Surprises And Plenty of Them. for the Next. "sss. rti -- . --- Iioaistf Me Store l'ricc Alc Pink CoiuN ! t. Coret son-in-la- WASMM.Lti . at tf 11 nt-i.- il Han sick 1 lofnk. HaMWCHl X-r- ay The Louisville Store. Times-Herald- Holding Your Own. I Light Road "Wagons P v"P'"jWlii ut f ol B. K. Wearen Son, . 8fiSmsm& SPRINGISNOWHERE ..., Surrey, Buckboard, Cart A iKKir-hous- o ki of MoCormiok Binders And Mowers. W. A. I 4th, CARSON'S. STANFOFtn usf-et- s 7- s Mui-shal- IIoum-IioIi- I'urnl-iillur- e. Wall Paper AT COST. wll-tic- 1 W. B. McROBBRTS. rita. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 'i w'riWwV(( P)"" f iff 'V'-- . 4wyiyowytw"' r '"w"- - THE INTERIOR JOURNALLlTum",crh'"'! Wm. LaNIKiHaK old to Julius Sine- It haa been over a week since the cr 60 acrct of land nenr Highland for bridge on tho C. S. wai knocked down, ' $500. but Ita through trains aro still running ' Gkt our price on buggies. Hlgglns V Mo Kinney. Sai.K. Cicero Ilcynold bought of on tho L. & X. It Is .aid however. I Stanford. Ky., Ant. 28, 1899 Kvery body was In yslcrday but you. Don't blame in If your site J. S. Hundley 61 acre fronting the that u temporary brldgo is about ready Isn't I) era when you cnli. fur use. Stoiu: room on Main Street (or rent. water work plant nt (77 f0 E. C. Walton, Husinkm Manaokii. V P. Walton. Wk do not remember to have seen so II. HoiilNRUN, at the depot here, will XkV Lino Chamber Sola, bright and buy all kind of poultry, old Iron, Ste, sudilen a transition from winter to If you let nnnther week pa without coming in anil selecting ono of Wk havo n record of moro than pretty, Just received. Wurron .V Scond. In thla paper and Interview spring and tho oldest Inhabitant Is We havo a few business milts left that wo have our Cut Price Suits correctly filled prescription. Don't Shank. sold nt 110 and $12. now f 7 60 Something In liner nuallty, worth $18 forced to admit that it gets him too. him. you think that cnlltlea u to your and 120, now 15 nnd 1 18 Heed our warning nnd Come at Onco or The tree seem to havo bursted Into Penny' Drug Store C.Ull'KNTKlts nrcalwork enlarging you may have cause to regret your delay Tuiitlkb. Jim Tall caught lx tur- - full foliage In n night nnd the hill nnd nnd materially 'improving; tho atablo ties while tramping down tho St. A. dale to havo been carpeted In living PEHSOHAUHJMCIEfYMSSIP. occupied by Hcazlay Hro. nph Wednesday nnd na ho marched green almost In h twinkling. Too merI visiting M18H Xk.I.i.ii Mkuhiiok CTClothlng, Shoes, Hats, c, GUN Stocks. Win. Turnbull, of the home with them with vllon of tho cury went up to IK) yesterday nnd vegeIn Hlchmond. Xo. 3CJ Wct Main fct., DAXVILLK, KY. Enst End, haa a contract with tho gov- soup they would make, ho was a happy tation Is vegltutlng with u hop, skip IIKV. S. M. IlANKIN attended ernment to furnlah 2,500 gun stocks to looking na tho average "Nigger wld a and jump. at Lnwreneoburg. . possum. " bo gotten out of wnlnut nl 40c. Miss Kshib ctmminh, of Livingston, TUB Christian Alllnnco convention Xtr la with Mr. Dr. I'. J. Hrown. OliKAT prcsturo waa brought to bear LCMiiKit. Tho county will sell nt will begin nt tho Christian church 1 Muh. Mattii: Kikiiv la at Corbln on tho Movie county grand Jury to In- public auction at 10 a. M tomorrow, May 2 and last three days, three ser getting ui n claaa In elocution. dict tho Insurance companies, but it 2lHh, al Rowland, the lumber in the vice dally. Kov. G. N. Kldrcdgo, H. 1 WakNKH, of Garrard, la visit- sensibly adjourned without doing so. fence that formerly cnclo-c- d tho rail- supt. Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan, .Have., ing hl alstor, Mra. J. W. Perrln road yard. It will bo ottered in lots will be naslsted by Kev. D. W. LaLach-eu- r, TlIK revenue stampa nlono In the of 600 to 1,000 feet nnd the Mils. E1.1.BN White, of Manchester, pots which returned missionary and superindisposition of Mra. Call) Malley'a eatnto are locust separately. icnt several daya with frlenda here. tendent of China missions. Tho Ohio of about 120,000 will 'coat oxer J200. qunrtotto and other workera will bo MK8SK8. P. P. COMIIKSTlitld George M. P. who used to llvo That' the way wo pay for tho war with present. H. Stone, of liberty, wore hero Tuoa-daafur-ward- a here and leach school, and who Spain. , studied law nnd got license, go Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. ATTACIIKIj Kubflold .i Cnrrol'a Ing to Louisville and getting Mils. K.J. LYl.iW,of Xnahvllle, arrested ycatcrday to visit her abler Mlnstrnla had their baggage attached for conspiracy to blackmail, seems to Tho temperature at, Manila was HI They will sell you the right kind of TUHXINO I'l.OWhnd the best of FERTILIand came nenr stranding nt Lebanon. be a Jack at nil trades. Ho has just Tuesday, und there were several case hero. ZERS. See them beforo buying Muh. J. F. HocKHH.of Junction City, They wanted a date here, but didn't been granted n patent for a typewriting of sunstroke among tho soldiers. I with her daughter, Mra. W. O. get It. in tho attempt to tako Calumi.lt. machine. Speed. which waa strongly fortified, Gen. Till. Somerset Paragon saya that the V. L. Chandler, who was In UlM.Y. Miss MMIV Foi.r.Y, of Crub Orch-arilost six killed nnd 2S wounded. la with her slater, Mra. CJ. W. blackberry crop promises to bo n large Capt. Penny' company In Porto KIco, Tho Americana completely routed one. In that event the Pulaaklans will made a policeman' billy out of a very Dcltord. the Filipinos at Apallt, sustaining Are the highest type of Corsets produced in America., Mit. Jutu: Thompson, of Living- be able to pay their taxes, as It uacd to dense wood that la found there, and only a loss of one man killed and nine bo said that when tho crop failed they yaterday presented It to Marshal ston, la hereunder Dr. K. J. Hrown' wounded. could not do to. Now i.tnd. It is a'tinou as heavy as lead treatment. i lie grave of tho Confederate dead of Danville, Mil. O. P. McKoiil'llTH, GOKiir.L. From all we can hear ikjo- - anil Mrother" ran knock 'era down were decorated at Augusta, Ga. Tho en-ithan over now. HHUil aeveral daya with hi relative, pie will be here from tho four quarter memorial day parade was headed by W. H. MuHoberta. and as far out aa tho salt works to hour Tin: HiOth Indiana regiment which the Third Xebraska regimental band. Mils. W. K. Giiuiiiis, of Shelby City, Senator Goebel court day In May. As waa An at Elkhart, Ind., mustered out at Savannah, Gu.. spent several daj with her daughter, much curloalty la felt to co him aa passed through hero Wednesday night committed suicide because of III health Made especially for stout ligures, ! both KmbryT. Hoailey. Mra. r, there would bo for Mryan nnd tho on Q. .V C. tralna, of which it took contracted In tho Spanish wur. Ho HON. J. C. W. IlKCKHAM, of Xelson, comfortable and stylish. Look nt our ought to have remained alive nnd la that he will havu to apeak In tho three of 10, t) and 13 conches each. As of the Hou.o and candldalu open air. tbey did not slop nnd as it waa quite drawn n pension. in town. n for lieutenant governor, Insteud of sending him to tho PhilipJOHN GllKCN, colored, who la more lnte when they pued our pcoplo did pine, e la n. II Danks, the tho war department will probanot get the benefit of them. on tho K. C. frequently In troublu than oat of It, bly assign Gen. Wheeler to command a mall mcongor gavo his wlfo a severe beating tho othHOL'SK Kazkd. Tho house on David the new department of Texas, and hoHi to got tho job pormanontly. where of the er night and In tho fracaa aha received Scott's land In the Gilbert Creek sec- ho will remain until Congress conKiimm F. D. Spotswoou, I'cfore you buy. It is etra value at 50c a severe lick on tho head. When Mar- tion, occupied by a Xegro named Tom venes. Harrodsburg Democrat, We have all the new things in milled ribshal Xewland wont to nrreal him he Lackey, waa pulled down durirg tho Gen. Wheeler will hardly go to the Wednesday returning from Middle-boro- . couldn't be found and I hoped It bons, jo nice for t'imming light dresses that darkey' absence u few days since. The Philippines as has been staled. Thero he has departed for good. neighbors had missed chickens, hogs Is nothing against him personally, but Val Latc, Swiss Embroideries, Ac. Missl'.i.uv May SaV.ndkus' bright and the like and while they believed tno claim Is that tho regular service viator to J. 1. amllo now greet tho Till: court of appeal nfllrmed the Our yard wide 5c I'ercalea are ahead ol Jonea' dry good atorc She ha boon decision of the Lincoln circuit court in Lackey the guilty party, of course they should got tho benelit of war promoI iStyfc545. I any thing ottered at the price. employed u iulclady. thocnteof Murphy vs. tho Stanford took no suchI means to rid their section tions. Col. Funston, the fighting commandMltS. S. M. Loci AN and tho baby, of Water, Light A ice Co. Tho late ol him. It not known who tore the Mlddlesboro, viallvd her parenta, Judge Sijulrc Murphy sought an Injunction house down, but It Is known that it had er of tho lighting Kansans In the Phild against and Mr. M. C. Sautley, whllu her tho company to restrain It from tho clTcct of making Lackey hunt for n ippines, says the word "independence" with the Filipinos means simply "a lidamming the water of the St. Asaph, new home. intended Preabytory. cense to rulso hell, und If they got conMlSSAIttADNK WllUHIT, of Huston-vlll- claiming that thereby his lands were SELK Madk.'-over-hean good who ha been vialtlng the Mlac Injured, but both court decided against one tho other Uay. A young lady was trol they would raise a lino crow of It." A detachment of murines and sailors and Mlsa him. Kllla, returned last night telling unother about her experience from the gunbout Nashville participaAnntu Kill returned with her. DEATH. Mr. M. D. F.lmore ha re- with u third. When they started to In tho Confederate Memorial Day Wn.i. G. Mooitt:. of thla county, who ceived the news of the death of hla dou retire and tho young lady soken of as ted exercises ut Vleksburg, Miss., and two )TRADE MARK ho been handling i atablc of horaca at ble aunt. Mrs. Charlotte T. Moore, third, began to disrobe, tho Ursl young companies of United States regular aentto the lady expressed great surprise, that she Uanlatown, order lilt juper who lived In Fremont county, Iohii. fired tho salute to dead Confederates at Shirley Hiding Academy, Pitiaburgh, Sbo was tho relict of James Moore woro false hip and the numerous other tho Confederate monument nt SavanfigPa. was born near Crab Orchard DJ false thing that go to round out a nah. wa hero Wed- and JAtx)lt HOMMKI-STKt- N years ago. A daughter of hers mar- ure, which ha been donlcd the proper Admiral nesday prospecting, but found the outline by nature. "I didn't know you a reprimandKautz will aUo como in for ried a Mr. Monfort nnd their son, Win. at tho request of tho Gerto Cincinnati M high that freight rale Frunklln Monfort, wua a sailor on thu had to wear such things," she said, "Oh man government. Writing from Samoa yes," wa tho reply, "I am really and he had to give up hla Intention of go- Maine nnd went down with tho to u Cincinnati kinswoman, ho say: "I ing into tho produce and Junk business truly a self made woman." Which leads am easel. not a king here, but just plain 'bo.s us to remark that wo heard another here. of tho ranch.' Tho German consul had cdlto- - of tho H. V. McCilKSNKY. TlIU leglalntlvu race seems to attract lady say that but for the dressmaker's position up to my arrival, but since Llylngaton County Banner, waa hero little attention yet, but thero la plenty art, half tho women would not dare to that y then ho has been a very Bent partner. In tho Intorestof hlseundlda-5tbl week of llmo between thla and Junu 10th, appear in public. I am very much ufrald hodoesn't like me for tho democratic nomination for when tho precinct convention will bo XOT APPItKCIATKK Elder John T. -- In fuel, I am not at all jiopular hero auporlntcndcntof public Inatructlon and held, for It to get red hot. If the wish the Germans. Hut I am all right met u number of our citizen. Hoi u are aa unxlou for tho return of Cropper, of whou lecture uttho Chris- with tho capable and well quullllcd man for the Hon M F. Xorth as tho leading mem- tian church a note wa made in last through English, and hope to null Issue, furnished by a member, shook o with them. I huvo no doubt position and aeem to havo great of thu last Legislature, ho will bers thu dust of tho city from hi feot yes- of being sustained by tho government to win. In bla chanco havo an easy time making hi culling terday and left for greener Holds, glad In all 1 have done." Muh. V. K. Cook and handsome and selection sure. Speaker Mcckham I We have a oholcs line of Children! YcstceSu'ux, $1.50 to J3 50 They baby, Kobliison, and Letcher Owsley, and many other havo written him very apparently to escape with hi life. Ho HknkuuitAttoknkys Walter G. y and are beautifully ina.de and trimmed In fact they are up have returned from a vlalt to Homier-aonvlll- complimentary letter, tho speaker's discoursed for four night on subjects Chapman, clerk, sends this: It will prices right X. C. Mra. E. L. Owaley and J being nattering. Ho saya which seemed beyond his comprehen bo of Interest to attorneys who desire sion to audiences so slim, it win painful on, William, will arrive tomorrow thero was no man In tho House In whom e We nro showing some i ready made Shirt Waist in thu to file petitions in bankruptcy in the to sec, and tho sum total of bis collecf i om same place. Wo aro glad to learn ho pUced more confidence and none his L'niied States Col ar Ilrand at only flSc. Ows-lntions was $1.(10. Ho will not tako with Lnltetf Mates District Court, or to of a great Improvement In Mr. sUMTlor for wisdom, conservatism and S proceedings In such cases, to know "&) tSTXcw Piques nnd Wash Goods Just in this week him a good recollection of Stanford. and health. Mr. and Mra. Al. Hut!- - force In deb.ite. sianiorii win recollect iiim only as a that they must Ural bo admitted to F.IIJah Hurusldo, of num. and little son, Dm.Aitiai Insani:. A jury found clover but misguided man, who would pructlce In tho Circuit or District Stanford, vlalted tho family of Mr. Joo muko moro mauling rail than discus, Court of tho United States. ThU is Mra. W. K. Shugur and Dr. J. A. Williams, of McKlnney, Hurnsldo. and Judgo IUlloy ordered him to ing questions that tho brightest mind necessary under thu provision of Kulo Tanner, of McKln-noal.ter, Mis Florence Xo. 4 promulgated by tho Supreme huvo been vialtlng rolatlvoaln thla bo taken to tho Lakolund Asylum, andlhobe9ieduc.itcdn.cn uro hardly Court. Attorney who have causes to where Deputy W. L. Wood delivered able to grap. city- .- Luneaator Kccord. lllo In tho Court ut Frankfort may bo him Wednesday. Witnesses testified COMMKUCIAl. Cl.l'll. A that tho doctor was a slave to opium beginning was made lust night splendid sworn In by tho Clerk ui Frankfort, ho LOCAL HAPPENINGS. towards having authority to administer tho I and whisky nnd that hi delusion Oak LOAD Acmo cement ut Hlgglns that ho I an heir through u brother to thu organization of u club to uwukun o uh to qualified uttornoy una to enter Interest in public Improvement and se- the neccrsarry order udmlttlng them to .V McKlmiuy's. estate Ho gavo check and cure a competing railroad lines. Sixty-seve- n practice in tho United States Courts. bought thing lavishly, thu people Lack curtulns, iolo and shades at humoring him by accepting tho cltlcns representing every cheek, branchsolidbusiness woro of Severance Sons. present and ull and which weru worthies, of course, A ut not delivering tho good. Of lato hu seemed determined to contribute his MOI.INK and Tiger Corn Plunlcr in I to toward tho much desired end. llv Came lo my pUcu about J.tiv 1, Is'i'J. Own. hud became dauerou und hi family Hlggln .V McKlunoy's. by proving property und request Hon. J. X. Saunders stated tho er can pet littn kwp and advertising. (or Ills Lit wcro fearful ho would Iniuro them or object of tho meeting, after which A. p4lng U S. W. UlVKNii. Shelby City, Ky. XKW Pique In whlto und color himsulf, so they decided tho lunacy C. Slno was elected chairman and E. C. to 35c. Severance .V Son. proceeding tho best plan to pursue. Walton secretary. On motion of Mr handlo tho Pkhhis'a Pknck'wIU IT was enough to make ono'a hair Saunders, seconded bv W. M. McKln Water, Light & leo Co.' Ico tbl seaAnd willing to pay lop price In cash lor stand on end to seo tho cannon bull of ney, tho chair numed tho following1 I'lilckvns, hgK, Feathers, HucU, son. t.Yoe, tho Queen & Crescent fly by hero going committee to find out what 1 best to bo Turkei. GliiM'iig. Yellow Knot, lice Wax, ull kinds, Uoppur, llrusK. Irou and huvo some remnant In hay wo South. Thero la it strong down grade dono, how to do it und report next Hides of AUo WK will lw In tho market for wool. Hone. will sell cry cheap. Call and seo It. from Paxton'a Summit to Kowland und Thursday night ut r. meeting ut tho Sin. mo und get my price U'toro .ellliifr, und permanent organizacu.li. Cull ut my tho engineer eem to havo "pulled hur J. II. Muughmaii .t Co. fut spot Ponce's Olllce, neur heml.Uurlir, A, Deimi, d, und let her go. Only n bluo tion will bo effected: J. X. Saunders, " small-po- x Ky. It. UOIllM-oN- . sltua Tin: Crab Orchard streak was left a she passed tho depot W. M. McKlnnoy, II. J. McKoberts, tlon remain in atatu quo. Xo new hero and It was iictuully thu case that Dr. W. X. Craig, J. E. Hrueo und J. X well A Fin; DbCrr.s Farm Fcr Sals. case and tho old ono gutting it took two men to tell ubout her as sho Monefee. Tho chair then called for loll tho tulu. suggestion from those present, when alio comes Mew by, ono to say, "Hero "Thero sho goes." J. C. Dr. J. F. Peyton, Dr. W. II. O'Uuniion, 1 Tllit'.VKs having stoluu all of Morris and tho other 3, 1M Holler havo been acting A. A. Warren, Muor Monefee, Dr. W, geese, they mudo iv ruld on hi Klmoround Wa will Fred's enjoy N. Craig und Will Sovcrunce m ado rlaa T)lH.flBsa Mil tl puMIe wtlu our f A do not seem to Vn f 49A t. turkoy tho othur nlgm, upproprmwug a pilots und they ' , thulr honor u little bit. In fact their timely talka Thoy ull expressed Uu.LuX. k" f. sovurul lino one. luuniy. u 1, eye hang out on tholr cheek, when themselves a being favorable to any- UiiuUeou.iarmiiiioiniiiii'aH. Will be ,i..ri.uivv.u7.'lut 7 thl morn thoy go ou a y and thero I u plulnly thing that would look lo tho betterment ! Vlilui'IVni Si! ' s. uu ing and tho Indication uro that I It will notieeublo expression on thqlr counto- - and upbuilding ofSUnford and ..m"!.,i. ....,,. still nance of, "Oh, I wish I was on tho their tlmo and mentis to thut end. Tho Uuiiw.ciliir.l. ii.iini;rM 11,0 ui,u u id. IHIj todav. It This 1. 1 raiv opiwrluully lor any lu tulllialluu fair, with a promise, howovur, of ruin. ground onco more.1' Going up grudo meeting then adjourned till next . oun Ublui llueljrm lliUUnu H UkiM fur ImUui lu on aud jstra though tho Q. C. train aro not In It ut Tbursduy at V..I0 V, M., overyono pre it ivr tvnt. lutrrnl UMUloliglvU JJU 1. w it li 1'Jlkl. THKin: aro 12 Instead of 10 paweugcr u most lUVOruUIO step' liu .mllc.orw.lIiiMlii I.U turiunl.-- i noro ull. Engineer toll u thut tho driving cut fueling that . VanAiulalo iiiruuiioii uii 011 01 nnorvM i; train that urrlvo and depart Irom engine aro too tall for It towards u much desired end bud been lliulon Ilia, or Vi'illuM) Carin uler uo the irinil.! muny extra soldier wheel of tho dully, bcldc I'ltwurs u .li.i.lnj )ou Hie firm. up slower than heavily Uikeu aud resolving to do his best tO ! "a "'" ANAItsliAl.t:. up, Glovannoll, und see and they creep train. Como or .viaiu varpeuicrt It dr., Ixweit Prices. Work (iuarauttvd. life to tho town. ilutluutlJle, a r udd new laden freight truln. aomethlng once. " a"""r - BETTJfflB HUBBY. YOU'LL 1 BE LEFT! St 00,-00- (1 ROWLAND CO., Pre-byte- V & CUTER ... Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. m ur l, Royaf Worcester Corsets. The Dowager, No. 550, er , pros-IKT.- 1 m run-nin- SUMMER CORSET, Highest market price paid for eggs. bua-ban- e, Wo rd imm'Miij'miSismi'mm YiMf JOHN P. JONES. eo-p- lo eonti-denc- e, cnK.-clnll- high-grad- well-kno- K v' con-du- SEVERANCE & SONS. ut t Red Bull Calf 10-- "W-A-ILTTIEI- D un wide-open- Mun-for- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. On Saturday, June '99 11 rV,Z SL7,.":,!r,ri ll"VS , l. ME EYES Accurately Tested And Fitted lo '" I'l CRAIG&HOCKBR'S LAND AND STOCK. WMBHMHHMBnHnB THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 8U IJ1II V JO Alt IN- AUVANCK - IT When not sopaidaia.BO will be charged. Ire aralffl.. raH (0 time era 14 The Adair Now tvporlti the enlc of flicep lit ti. Flying Fox, ridden by Tod Sloan, won the 2,000 guinea Mako in London. D r. J.' II. Owsley will put In 250 acre of corn this year and I now about half through. Jnmc. A. McDrarcr, Jr., of boug&t a farm near Shcf-5. .'J00-nc- sSSm2 to ... fTTMi'U Toledo, Detroit Trains MICHIGAN AND CANADA r..- ruur rasi VUsVVIKav ps.vx I Hotel at Auction. R. A. JONES, IUJNTIST, twn f slSllilil On Saturday, Slay A, 1899, HOTEL IMIOI'-r.UT- V ATMrKINNR and nil the llnu.r.. Iinlil nnd Kitchen I'lirnlliirr twit good Milk Town, good lluggr nnd Harnf... ! rami I'lga, I'mnllr llorao. 1' W tiUKKN MrKlnnrv Kt t will ell at public wintKint .ale mr lirSTONVtl.Ml tiii: wKATiimniMi mck. iHiniiliig htru. MONDAY, APRIL 17, IO0O. FARM FOR SALE On TRADE. W mil I he Mlr.mil ait-- i. line Writ d lainilniMiiinlrr. thhklr Mlile.1 Will aeli nnea.r teriiitor Ira.le R.r farm In Central ken an in m.i,oi uiftf 1M1 pay 11 AiMre.aII.il K, iiinrrenn. Kin a tra.l. Stanford. byvlllo for $11,000. W. II. Traylor bought of Sam Cochran, Sila Anderson nnd other a lot of POINTS JOHN II. MILLER la it ranitidine fhr thn lgltlalurr. auliject to the action of tho ilrmucrntlc partv j.c.ccijAy IKk " j corn at $1.75 delivered. William Gooch is delivering to J. II. I 01 a. M. No. J ArrrlreaalManfordat Uanghmnn & Co., hi crop of about 000 J 10 a. v. No. 4 ltTsa Stanford at 0 trains every wk-a- r y T tUnlllll Dfll 10 ! 4 trirns.very buhcls of wheat at 70c. No. 51 Atrltee at Rowland at nT. e ir.in. on ounoay to CHICAGO 3 intru on Sutvlijr iv IllUlnlini U&.IU . r. at. Stanford it No. lim F. Hold shipped to W M. Bingham, Vetlbiiled tralna, fttandard and CJmpnrtment of I'inoville, yesterday two Jersey cows KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Sleeping Car, Parlor Cars and la f Dining Cats, for which he got 50 apiece. .1J S7 p m The beautiful Oakley race track near No. U Train going Norm .... ; II ra . . " " No.S " be converted Into a TJ k m Cincinnati will ....... " Sooth ... No. M " I ilpru ' No.23 " gentlemen's driving park. For alliPolnu. Uest cattle aro bringing t'le, choice BO'IOII TICK17TS HOLD. hogs 4c, sheep 4 to 4fc and Spring IIACXIAOE CMECKKt) TIIKOUGH. lambs 7 to Oc in Cincinnati. For any Information enquire ol 'VkaLLDBr77' ' At the rate wheat Is growing the avJOB S. I11CE, Asjent, bunion, Ky. erage crop will bo made In this county. It is fairly jumping out of the ground. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Claxon & Chlplcy, of Owen county, sold to T. L. Vanmcter, of Clark, SO Trains leare Fraskfort at 7 a. m. and 3:11 r. m., fine, feeders, averaging onnectlng at (teonjetown wlih Q. A C. and reach1,102 pounds, ing Tsrisst 8:40 a. V. and S 10 r. . Leate Paris n at 4.0.'). ., eonnectlnij at m and S.so r. at:UA. 0. with .10 and reaching Frankfort at .IS T. II. Coleman shipped to northern A.M. and?:iop m jUNi.rn It,Ib JUS. A.U. I. A Indiana 12 line work mules, for which he paid from $100 to $12.i. Harrods-bur- g QUEEN & CRESCENT. Sayings. , ulAAvk.,BaBaBaBaBBBaw ' aapa-kTralna paa Junction City ai follows' John C. Allan bought of Lincoln No. 1 South ...I3 Oi n m No. 3 North..! llpn " No. "4 ' HSOam Sam county parties 25 choice long yearling No. 6 " "C " .1.1tpin steers, weight about (V0 pounds, at$.'I0.-2- 5 ...l 121am No. " ... HHpu "10 " ,P0am each. Winchester Democrat. No. 1 and 2 do not atop. 8 and 10 ru'i no further than Junction Cttjr Hon. D. B. Ring shipped to 1'lne- villo yesterday four flno Jersey cows, three of which he sold at $50 and one he mado his son, W. H. King, a present of. "it Is stated that one firm in Franklin has paid out this year for poultry In Simpson county $43,704. And yet some StiindarilHuli.fi. Kpcnnl 3 ?lrvd by WaMnu'liam 3 1M. olrenf Latitude 3 i;,. people say that tho chicken business Is too piddling for a grown man to engage und many otliera In tho llt. WaNlnRh.itu. Nahotli .ire, N n mm of C.eiirtfe Wllkea Jl. I IrKtCam Tlnel, liy Ituroo I0t. miii of lljmliletniilau and lreof Klalne3'30, in. tliu dam of Norlalne. yearllnc record 3:3U. Powhatan Wooldrldge, of Louisville, Second dam llc, aliterto Jamea Howell, , liy 10, lro of lietter 3 IT1,. Made from pure paid $72.50 an acre for the I '.alloy farm, Third dam Jessie sijre. by Harry Clay IS,Jr lre ofll.iniMetonlan Julian 1:11',. IIikIIiih the dam. of .t. of tartar. cream of ISO acres, 2 miles from Versailles, 3:19!, and 15 others that have produced 3:J0 trotter. sImi .Ire of the dam of Klrrtlunevr. and Dr. Win. Warren pave $01 an acre I'ourtli d.im by Ulivrty, wn of Lance, liy American Kclle. Natxjtli li a bay, 14 hand. Iilgh, foaled June JH, NilTK. for the Bright farm of 1C.I acres a little III. pedlgn-coiitalna blood of Ilambletonlan. George Wilkes. Mumbrlno Wilkea, Pilot Jr , and Harry Clay. further out. On Monday and Tuesday W. B KIdd Will $15 Colt. shipped from Mt. Sterling 4S7 hogs, Mare graced at Ji per month, which In all cae uu.t be pAld before they are taken aVerago 204 pounds, cost 3.45. They go Altan faking powder are toe greatest to Massachusetts. Of these 30 were away. o marea ahull lie removed till iture rent la pild. Care taken to pretent actaeoaens to health of the pretest day. 261 pound cattle bogs bought of J. H. cidents hut not responsible should any occur. OTM. SAaisa eowoaa cq, new wax. Henry at 3.00. Winchester Sun. The trotting colt "Who Is It" has been sold by A. G. Gurnet to Sam Itecord 2:2,', trial 3:33. Chestnut stallion. ; hand high, bred by Dr. L. Ilerr, LexGamble for $5,000. He is by Nutwood ington, Ky. dam by Happy Medium, and Wilkes, BY SfASf BRINO PATCHEN 58. Is the present holder of the world's ld record of 2:12 (pacing) Sire of 35, of the dam. of l."W, Including Italpli Wllkei. 3:0llf, Crawford, 3iO;)J, 3:13;;, Jupe, 3:13;;, Ac, on hare aired orer 150. made last year. 1 of Ogdenaberg KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. .,k-js13-- v?? $ ."pi.n.lid hrM rZzsh& !i 4 trains every w 3 trains on Sunday. rutlman and Wagner Sleeper on night train. Vc.ttr.nlcd parlor Can on day tralna, r of;io. rr.ui SouI)imI Kin-- .. HON. 91. F. NORTH ii Aniioiiiiccx lil. ramlldarv for In tho nfhYn nf ltepreai'iitat re from tin' ruuntr Lincoln, auliject to the action of tho tle of rcnornoy .... W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., 1 LnucnNtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain I 'TL.'JkaPTkaB Willi Vllnllrfd Air. l'hjslclan In attendance. Clfflce In the New Tioiniii lluthllng. 7. DR. W. L. LOADER, I'HYSIOIAN AND DltUUOIST, MCKINNISV, - KlCNTUCKY. WW There Is no part of our tiuslncm which Oeonre-tow- doe not receive ita full hare of attention I'res.'rlptlon. Carefully Coniundel Day or u.(!m and the alockl of Night s, NOTICE TO FHRHERS. I Dltl'OH -. lian on hand nnd for tain MICIJIOIN'ICH I'OII.K'l' QUUIW AND FOR TV BROKE MULES. W we carry aro not nurpaMed by any in the III .ell from one to a car-loa- d X.1YSY, Ii,j FZSD AOT SALE STABLE. (I FOX. Ilox 5.. Uatirl'le Ky city. Our I'rrartiption Department, however is considered the moat linortiinl and 'lie utmost enre is cxcrcinil in compounding ami filling order.. The purity nf the druga uted and ab.o. lute Brctiracy in menaiiring nnd welgbing enmre RoVal against alum A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Baking Powder Safeguards the food NABOTH 10,01G. ll. 1, Stand at to Insure a Living N "SBBBSy 5-"- l Stanford, Ky. llullJini. Urneeoter Mcltoberti' l'rug Slora In the Ow.l.y erffct irsultt BROKEN BICYCLES fend thrm to Till: UANll.n:ntLKCl.tIUMII.!.K, No 113 Third l ! KV. Penny's Drug Store. .xATl.TACTION llt'AUANTKF.Ir. J. S. MURPHY, Acenl be the MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Walter Tho Soamstross. Plain and 1'a.htonahle hewing Cutting and Fitting a Water Worka t. a. A. Wood Machine Co., Twine, And alo azeot fcr the Lowry Grass Binding OGDENSBURG 3737. by Orange IIIoMom 334 3:36S$. by Mlddleton 153 (aire of fourteen and the dami of fifteen in 3:30), eon of Hambletonlau 10. A CARD. Insured In (heap and eltcellt. bind, IJ worth of which will ruaa fir a, 113 woith of Ike regular klol, handle UACHniZ ., SUTPLIIS AWD BETAU3. The loa on my barn the Call on me and I will ait. you money. J f. Mt ltl')IV.Turaenllie,Ky three-year-o- e. 1'bcnix Insurance Co., represenleil liy It. II. Mahuny, was promptly and satisfacto- J. T. 1). 8.Carj-eot- 8UTTOWT, Kentucky t , dam Variety (dam HUWLE. darn 2:28S) rily adjusted. recommending gent. I take great pleasure in Hustonville, the company and its Undertaker, Manager. UNDERTAKER! Ami Dealer in "HAENE3S, SADDLEEY, 40. 8TANFOBD, KY. w The Favorite Line Felix White killed a bald eagle, which measured 5 feet from the points of its wings. Elder George Gowen will preach hero at the Christian church Sunday morning and afternoon, and perhaps at night. He will then go to Tennessee to hold a meeting. George Wood bought 119 ewes of C. H. Yeager at $5.25 and the lambs thrown in. T. S. Elkin bought some fat cows In the community at 31c. A. C. Carman lost a $50 yearling bull from a strain a few days ago. George Wood sold IS or bis Georgia cattle at $20, which is the last of that purchase. The following newspaper squib man ages to convey quite a cargo of infor mation about the Philippine islands, though it Is rather too closely packed: No brooms. No hats worn. 3 dam byTrumper's Ilellfounder. 8. It. COOK. Offers his aerrlees to the people or Weal Li.rolo andCaMyeeuatiM. Full stock olCoffiaiandUaak. staatwayson hand. OKANOK 1ILOSSOM33 (ire of Orange Chief 3:I3J. eight other, and the dami of lted lllossom 2:2)!,' etc.), by Mlddletown 133. dam Nellie IVU (dam of Orange Kud ii31(). by American Star 14, etc. Will Stand 1 at $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Notr. llicdenilrgl an extremelr handwme etalllon with all the form, nniih and .tjrle n( hi. family. Willi the etrrption of Mambrlno Kin he la unJoiiMe.Ur the haniliomeat kiii ulMamhrl no atrnen. lie nature aim verj on. ureeueranu uiarai nixei won Kreai unuoruiiir aa riearue irood looka and pure ell. ile haaaKni.t diipunlllon, any oneran h.a.lle and drlre Elm. He Capital Mock, 1 (),( 0. It one of the purwt galled hone, in the world and it capable ot trotting much faaler than hit reoird lie haahliipeed with him alwayiand la an easy bone to get In condition, Ile hat trotte.1 mile. In J.r.'an.l Succeur to The Farmer. Ilank A Tru.t (uniaoy quarter. In W aeronda. All the traininz heerer had In hi. I'fe would not amount to eta inoutha. He and under uni management (vntlou- orer a muddy track at New Albany, In J., hlubrd to an old obtained hit record when a ou.ly for 29 lean. azea noiw. ne won me race in tnree tral(lit heali. runioned nizn wneeieaiuiay azainiia nemoi Ue'a rery leter bewleil, afraid of nothing. Ile ia a enow bone aa well aa a trotter. Ha hevn abown at I aome or the beat rain In Henlucty aim Indiana and dm won a number or premium.. (Ilai won a num her of Lincoln County MILS. U. National Bank. leancantcr, . Mason Hotel D.HIMl-SON- I'ror.. i Keutttcky. Nawlv furnished: clean bexli: snlendad tabic Kverythlng 1'orters meet all trains, 89 first-clis- s. iweetak. prrrulunii) Will Also Stand a Good Jack at SS to Insure a Living Colt. Solioits Your Bank Account. UIIIECTOItS: TO THE FARMERS All nations are learning thla lesson ! M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Third dam by Old Joe, .Ire of tho dam of J, Q..2;1T I will htand my tine Jack. Hem, nt my Oulton will Htaud at my stable two mile. tuble, near Moreland, tho aeaMin of Ib'h.i, West otllu.toiivllleon Ilradford.vllle pike lloploffuirh ly tieneUrial and pleaunt, relation, wlll'proi inulual ZiOTJISVZZiZJB to HERO. JUMBO. Oesbornc 3:37 4. and other., and of the dam. of two Wllllanii. J.J.J.H.Owiley, InthelUt. CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Statiou, lOtli and Broadway. Un- l'ashoni;eni desiring information and rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, Nebraska and points ill tliu far West, including California, should address Frank J. Itced, (Sen. I'ass. Agt , K. II. Dacon, Dis. l'uss, Agl, VIce-I'res.- W. II. SIcDoel, Gen. Mgr. Charles H. Kockwcll Traffic Mgr. TJaJICE -- H -- JnZeEK! Girls marry at fifteen. No knives or forks. They sleep at midday. Horses are u curiosity. Mora women than men. IUre Is the chief product. Cattle as email as goats. Manila enjoys electricity. Natives bathe thrice daily. The grusshopper Is u delicacy. Wo buy half Manila's hemp. Laborers earn ten cents a day. Cocoanut-oi- l Is an lllumlnant. Manila was founded In 1571. -- At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. Sr William C.kU, A, W. I'.nieuler, H.lTuiumlns J. K. I.yun, h. II. .banks J. F. Caih. and wan bred by Itev. He I. Woodt. of Danville, and U liy Abraham, Jr., out of a good Jennet, und la an extra large breeder. A lot of lilt coUbcuii he. eeen ut my place. I will nlo Maud At $10 To Insure A Live Oolt, 13 J. II. Ow.ley. OFFIt'FlW. S. It Shanks, 1're.ldent: W M. IKHHl, lluatonvlllv, Kv. J.il.Osilcy.C'aihler; W. M.llrlght.Aul. Caihler. (wrfivtmn credited to being built of the Ih.1 material that money can buy, u. only rfect IIOLLKIt IIEAItl.NOS In e.t-encassuring at all tlinea lightest draft and uuge.t life. A full line of repairs always kept on band. It suow time to sow oats. To prepare ground properly buy tho O.Wirne DIk' Harrows, Tedders. I'KA.NK llt)LT.t'LAW. e. iiiciitM Succeed Whore others fall: imt our and .Mowers. Their Is esx-iall- Farm Iiuple. llln-ib-- Manfiird, Ky OK STANFOllD, KV, nt.LiMllM. HI Is .Mil- - l.lrrl. lit u living con. Alu1r.lt.. I. ... ..T..a....l ai.. I'unilul lattfl l' ... " ' H0 ,y jiiiui.) will Ikj uwurtlt'tl on 'pt. 2, 1M!. e.enircr Chief. 1 dam 11 prin. Capital Stock $100,000. Surphi, $17,320 uuugiiKT oi inn s eniioiit. It. It. KI.VU, Mordanil. I will stand John 1'roetor This Institution originally eilahlithe.1 a, the De the seawiii of llU'J. Ut mi stable tliM-.- i null', hln.lliv City 1111 t)ie Knob Lick unit Turiivrsvllln posit Hank ol Stanford In laM, then reorganised ai pike the National llauk ofSlanlord In 1M3 andagaln A tlirec-yeur-o- ld black Jack ut 3 to lii.ure John Proctor. Itl FIRST NATIONAL BANK H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stahfokd, Kv., rrTi N lb .ouibra Plan: Money due when cult Is foaled or maru parted with. Oru-u- . furnhhed at 3 cents nor Maple Park Kindergarten 13 band., dark biy, day, Gru.s bill luu.l lw paid lieforo stock Danville, Ky. Tie la Is removed und ha. aa much style and llnUli us any t will 11I.0 stand the excellent jouug Jack, horse. Ile bus proven lilm.elf to bo one of the greute.1 show lior.es In Kentucky. Digrucker unil trotter, with supu-rlnity Is n hock and kneo action If you believe 13 bunds weighs 1,000 Twlee-A-Wes- k sired by of like Elltha. lathe theory go no producing like, jou Tom King,high, Tali' dam by His., nubble's bob Levi further when you see will certainly S3 to Insure u III lug colt. Dob Dignity Dare, for he l uusurpaul In Indi- Prince, ut viduality. He la bv the L'reutet of Btal- - Tall bus proted himself to beau excellent Will l teut to any addrew until Ike Deiuouatlc llona. Cheater Dare, son of llluck Siulrrel breieder. Welchmout, son State Cuurt'Utlonfur 11 II. I. I'OWELL. Hhelby City. After being 111 ultnost unto death, und 1st dam byextended tivdlgreo of Wilrunning liam Welch and ef Justice II. J. Peters, of Mt. back Into thoroughbred. Call und see one ONLY 15 CENTS. Sterling, although 01 years of ago, has of the greatest combined horses ou have Will keep you pu.led upon all phaiea of the MaU raiupalzn. Urely ererr taken on a new lease of life, which everaeeu, Service has covered nearly all of the wonderful Addreaa. em loalni IS rente In ttaiupa or coin. Combined buy stallion, 10 hands high! A live foal. T1IK Mf.SSi:.S'liKlt,Owulnru, Ky. 10th century, for he was born in IBM. both hind unkles white. CAIU'ENTEH A KAITLCONF.K. He was u schoolmate at old Transylva Tlione S. Danville, Ky Sired by Auual.tuil Muse.Mii.it. 15 CENTS. Owensboro Messenger. UREY WOODSON, Editor HIS 1.1 Fi: WAS SAVKU, Mr. .1 K. Lilly, a prominent citizen ofllanulhal, Mu. lately had a aondrrful drlltrrancu Iruui a frlshtful Ueath. In teillnnoflt heuia "I a taken with Typhoid icier. Hut ran Into l'n.uuio I witiki.Mk I Ilia. Mr lUUUl liecmue harilfiieil. couldn't eeu ill up In bed. Nothing heliml iu. i eiiiev-riu nun me oi uoiuuiupiioii, wnen heard of Dr. King'. New lilxorerv Onelxittleirat great relief 1 continued to me It, and now am well and .iron. 1 f ail'l uv Ion mui h in II. unit. " Thla marrelluuiuieIUlnelitheaurv.t aud uuUk-e-tiur- a In the world for all lbroat aud lanig Iru'ihle. Ilegular site Bo lent, and II. 'I rial buttle free at I'cniiy'a Urug Store: clfry lotlle Dignity Dare. Will make the caori of '!)'.! ut At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. reorgaulredaathe First National Hankol SliufurJ Iu 163, has had praitlially an uninterrupted exist- - Ih Receiving IiIh Fall And "Winter GoodH. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. It Is better supplied now will larllltles for Iranian ling business promptly and libenivlor II years. erally than . er before In Ita long and nonorabl, career. Accounts of Indlrlduals, dduclarles,lirui and Indlrlduals solicited. niHicToas. F. Iteld, Unroln Co.; J. W, llayden, Stanford B. II. lliughuiao, S.T. Harris, lld H30IB TLIL, Southern Railway THE $19.50 TO INSURE English Hunter. J.S.Hocker, " W.F. Walton T.r.HIII, W. A.Tribble. ' TH'S GREI'IW I'ENETKATES J, M 11 CoIlter.Crah Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Veruon D. El more, btanford, nia of tho late JatTerson Davis, was a contemporary of John C. Hrecklnrldgo, Richard Monlfee, Madison C. Johnson, Of Lexington, Ky. and many otbor famous Kentucklans of INSURANCE REVERSED. former days. Hatml hvertmsnt Compinj, GALTON 12,910. STANIIAIID! UEUISTIUKtl. First dam the William Lusk saddle mure J S. llockcr, Frealdeut; J.J. Mclloberts Caihlir, by Davy Crockett, sou of Denny's Drennou, A. A MeKlnnsr A,l.tantC.bler. by Imp Dronnoii) 3ud dam by Highlander. Abdalluh Messeuger, slroof Kngllsli Hunter, la by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud oncias. EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Oeorgla North and Houtu Carolina, Alabama. Mississippi, Wo Pay While You Llvo. Old Lint Compialei ?ty Whoa You In )ef llJO.ouupaldOrertiring Ivneota, and loO.uJijIUwur, Sis, Nuplui, 1IAUSIW WKAIIi:.V,ficil Areut, Blanfirl, ,y. SMITH 1KJWMAN, ecy., . A. IxilMjlon, hy. Messenger, Blred by Oaubetta Wilkes, SilKJi, aire ot VOLCANIC KU17ITJONS 1 will stand Eugll.b Oliver Chilled Flows and Itepalra. Between Ixjulavllle anr the South. Hunter the season of Are griuj. but Skin Kruptlona rob life of Joy, Ouluette, 3:03, Lottie Lorlne, 3:03!,', und KS Malta Cultivators, best In the world. leva ut my stuble four miles from Stanford llutkleu'. Aruita balre mei them; Old, Ituu- - otlitrslo the 3:30 Iht. Deerlug Itoll und Hull Hearing Hinders. on Crab Orchard pike at iilug aud Ferer Sorea, Ulcer,, IJolU. Corus, Deerlug Koll and Hall Hearing Mowers. Wan., I uta, llrulaw, llurua, Sialda, Chapiwf First dam Daisy Held (grundum of Alice Moyer iluckboards und Huggles. landa. Ihllblaitta. Ileal on ,arth. Wilkes, 3: IT, and Aleatta, 1:33, ut two years $10 to Insure A Living Oolt. iur I 'a In. aud Aihea Oardeu Flows and Double bhotels. Urireaoul Only 23 ceuta a boa. Each way between Louisville and Lexington ".ureuuarauteod. bold by I'eiinjr, Ilrujl.t. Will pur market tirlcu for Wool, (lucks old) by EnHeld (sire of six In 3:30 aud of the Money due wlieu colt Is foaled or mare a a W. A. TllUK, Q. p. A.. furnished spy time. dams of 30 In 3:U0 or belter.) with. parted All kinds of Kurulturo und any piece or Tho Georgia mobs hanged another Washington, D. O. Second dam. Quickstep, by Kentucky kind of Harness you wuut. Call on I W. II, TAVLOK. A. O. I'. A. Negro. A. Q., 3. 17),. Leiuouude. Trlnce, Jr., slroof J. 3 I). H. OAltl'KNTF.lt, Hustonville, ICr. Louisville, Ky 30, to farmers: Through Sleeping Cars lj THREE DAILY TRAINS P. DUNN,Staiiford, Ky,