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NO. 18 OFJHEJICINAGE. Bryan's New Book Col. Miko Hope und MU .Velllo Horn, to tho wive of Kov. V L. REPUBLIC cr EMPIRE? Held, of Pittsburg, were married last Creech nrd W. T. Wesley, reflective ittlstC.? Jul Mr. .1. W. Hooker and Postmaster wcuk tlio-.lTHE PHILIPPINE QUESTION Camnltz are both convalescing. ly, girls, on Inat. li Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Curry A liberal use of paint Is naterlally Many democrats of Casey will St Improving tho appearance of our by (flitting n colored par-o- n take the opportunity to hear A colored dentin from Otilo Iim loHON. MILIUM J. BRYAN to marry tliein, town. Goebul ut Stanford, Monday, May 8. cated In Danville. With flutplemtnury Chapter I rvm Mr. Lant Halldled at Somerset of Mr. J. l'rlcu IlutUon and Mies Mary A collln drummer was in Yosemltoj Mrs. Joe Chandler, who lived on J. Gruen Artcrburn, of Louisville, were ono day last week advertising his K. Haughman' farm, died last week of Hon Andrew rrntvU, 8nator consumption Saturday U Allon, Whit. Hoar, goods-th- o lust thing on earth man consumption, aged about :U. A husband Ilacon, Manon, lUn tJ. busnn Salter, colored, ald to bo 115 married at Danvllie Chilton, llntlcr, McLaurln. 1111 Henry Howard, of FentrcM county, would want. survives. Hum. Akdiw Cahn'oii. llOf W J. I'BTAM year old, died In Garrard' Saturday. Matter. Turner. Teller. nan. DlraorvH.CUT! Hon, It V Jofanooa, Hon C'ba. A. Towtie, Hon A4UI E. Ktoftrimn, KiHerurj Mr. Nancy Moberloy, widow of Dr. iTenn., wa drowned while going after Cupl. Green preached at the Baptist, Allen it Wilkinson took a lot of cat- Van !f nam Vjkm, Hon Cha Fraocia Alama, I'roC Iatll Mtarr Jorian, Oan'l Wearer, Jlon. i uompnra, rrvei Am i ei oiMimr, Rnuoinrn can nennrx, church Sunday and Sunday night to . Ho to Paris today to sell. They keep T. 8. Moberloy, died atlllchmond.ngeii . hit marriage license. Tiir. :wTioNrr An Inillann man three score years, good sized audience. Hev F. L Creech j thl end pretty well cleaned up In the r,.t.RA IJMPfRlAlISM AND .ABSOLUTISM tlENOUNSEP. l, Territorial Ktpaniion lenomiat. "TIIR rw)R NAPS LOit nnd orrw.! tHhOnntitntUn ton and four married a maiden four preached at KumcII Springs. Tho cap- - cattle and hog line, A ton of Sherman 1'aulkner, of rtoatrluee ol wur of th IfolteJ mat, ttw lNclaraUon of toJcpoaJenca, oJ all the uuai Spring cleaning I on with a ven-I- n cut hi tongue nearly In two In u year let than ono score Itvptiollc a handed down to ua bj oar I'ftthera. tain will move to tho burg somo time geanco and a number of our men are Jordan McGnwnn, 70, and Mis Aunlo fall. THE GOSPZL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AND BROADER LIBERTY. May. Tiir. oM.v iiouk n Tin: M luurr. It. M. Walto has been appointed Stevens, 10, were married In Wayne There Is scarcely a stream In the escaping It by lleelng to Casey under AQENT8 WANTED. week, say tho Hccord. nUdmanterof the Lexington division of whole county without a. mill set and It the pretense of fishing. portrait of Mr. Hrjan and tha otbtr cot It larrofuljrlllotMe1 rUIh beautiful From the number of canvas-covere- d llobert Howell, of Watertown, O., Is not uncommon to find two or more. the Cincinnati Southern vleo N. Howen au I mtnm In thu aleo eeenae uf tlirilUiirf Internet, ahowln thu tct conditio!) trlhntor. nuMlidilntf A rrry hnntnia for arnt rhlllpptnea No thin i IU" U lfora attempH In drank cnrbollc ucld whon hi wife told Ten jcars ago It was thought tho tim- tobacco beds In thu West F.nd one resigned. furnUheJ by huj other hojo. Mo r Ibf It u unit Heintint Im bought at 03clal Publll.ra The bauk lino to Cumbctland Fall film ho no longer loved him. ber In this county had been exhausted, would conclude that a big crop of the Tha first Kditlon, 100,000 copU. A lartraoctieornwlt NvmUfiii na typ. William l'cynnlds, of Darren county, but there Is oodles of 'er yet. "weed" will bo pluntcd. will be run from Wllllnmsburg thl 1moh at oaa time, wbta tuah order ainwuul U4 VI FltltlUHT on RCCfttDpable orter A largo crowd will greet Senator year, Instead of from Cumberland Fall and M It Nora Hayt, of Hopklnsvlllc, Tbero Is a heavy apple bloom this V It F.I. V mike no c In rye tir Ilia truant, eompleta Proi""f" OTTr-'IIS THI. each 17 year old, wcro murrlcd last year and It I to be hoped that there Win. Goebel here Monday night next, t.t it n.iut)f In orJir Ut irotact ourenire-Station on the C. S. Outfit, with blaaVa, ate., but aaeath Outfit cimte u npon u bf eitidlote fir OttlU with no Intention f working tVrtimt many ho woull liupu while many will go to your town to U. A. llurnttde, of flarrard, Is one of week. Talth on hi part, th rppllrini n a raaraater nl 1x3 a bountiful crop us all other merely out of Idle curijlty w will anKtHMt lw w rflamled t and wrapping tale to nd u 2Ns lo roitr 1U acat up'i oar Hradley' uppolntee to the (Jov. Thomas Hansel and Mis Mnmle, tho fruits aro dead, oven to blackberries. hear him. This Is a Goebel stroni-holbtLa. rreelpt of Url onUr ftr Fishing Society meeting at pretty daughter of D. D. Miller, form- Huso bushes ore killed also: don't know We uro still sure of tho electric railAmo-lca- n . ...... .. ............ . !. ..... Cloth ItiuiHoff S Ut TlnU Uuawin lUtnlltiff. iili tnarbiMi dffea , erly of this county, were married at what tho elite will do for bouquets. road. It may not bo built this year, Nlugara Full, Juno 23. J.Ou lVet Villi Kifyia Hindlnrf. with putt (nlffea rlie but we'll wager dirt will bo broken A mad dog bit Kchols. ion of Jmlgu Ml. Vernon last week. or rtrlleUd Term t Areata. AJlr Farmers are busy preparing tho soil MIks Catherine Graham, said to bo a V. - Itutsoll, at Lebanon. A mad THE INDEPENDENCE COMPANY, for planting. Very little corn bus been before Dowey day May 1 rolls round for three cousin of (Jov. Hradley, hu brought KRANKLIN Biin.ninn. again. stone wa applied a stuck planted yeU Farmers ure no later than Wu need a tirst-claand 10 minute. suit against David Gilbert In Indiana they were last year. Anglers ure trot hour butcher shop. J. 1 Uornaday ha tola tho Somerset for 12.1,000 for breach of promise ting In good time fishing und spinning A man who understand the business In Hats. K. Llnncll, of Jack Haley and Sam Huso fought yarns. 1 lie largo nolo ol water below can do well hero. Two hotel and a Steam Laundry to P. Mont,, who ha tukuti charge, otcragirlal Livingston, Tcnn., und thn mill Is lined from sun up to sun imputation of S00 certainly ought to IJuttc, na,s. snpportone. av the 1'. II. Journal. both aro badly wounded. Tho former down with fishermen. Farmer aro busy with corn planting I)r. llobert Comb, charged with tho used a knife und the latter a pistol. repre W. T. Sharp, the killing of Charlc Wllloughby at ColMr. Henry T. Slo.inu, of Now York, Casey and Itiissoll coun- and many do not take tlmo to come to acquitted, was Friday granted nn ubfoluto divorce sentative from a lege Hill, Madl.on, ties, is ii candidate for tho republican town except on Sunday. The ucreogo licst line uftbe gooJs In Statu Men''), Hoys' nnd Children's CLOTHING. nrovlntr a clear cae of elf defense from Ills wife, Jceelo AT Sloane, who nomination of sucrliitendcnl of public will bo ubout the usual. Hardly u third Ilctter valuer at lower jiricei tlian ever known. Fine line of Work Gloves. Cull Tin .hnrlil of MadUon went to Fort was a Vandcrbllt. That night Mrs. Instruction. It Is sincerely hoped by of the crop In. and tec our goods. Imported Kancv Dr. It. A. Jones, who Invariably does Sheridan, III , und brought back Hen. Sloane was married to Mr. Perry all democrats, who aro acquainted with ry HUhop, a oldler, churgod with be tho Kussell county statesman, that he well when he practices dentistry here. Includes our II S. & M IIS and 20 Suits SILK SHIUTS; FINE SHOES. trayal. Ho Is now very billing to mar At Sharon, Mass , Mrs. J. II. Itou will come out triumphant In the nomi- ended his two weeks' flint her husband dead. Sho suys she nating convention and then let him We are glad ho Is going to Stanford, rv tho islrl ho wronged. Hon. W. U. Smith, of Ulchmond.ha a her husband muko a thorough canvu-- s of tho State where wo hope nnd believe he will do acted In J. I. FKOUMAK & CO . bconued by John Cunningham, ol- was choking her at tho lime. The pair und the democratic ticket will be well. W. L. Kvans, who I the boss garden Hourbon. for 2,000,for failure to prose- had been married nboutuycurand were strengthened fully 5,000 votes. Ho Is 136. er in this section, put in 20 bushels of cute an appeal to tho court of upicl middle-ageanother Deboo. .MtS-- . Si . . ' MtLotm 2 had employed hun in. onion und his patch Is almon as largo Hugeno Leigh, the well known turfIn a cuo he Miss Florence Christopher bus work man, and MU Vlolu Wilkes, und W. us a Now York farm. Ho Is also up Geo. Jenkln ecaicd fnim tho J turned lo her homo in Duena Vista. as u fisherman, having caught a hoiue at Lancaster and broke Into tho C. Sch rode, an actor, and Miss Lillian C. Colllnsworth was In Danville and d hi Wilkes, were married at tho Grand house of Alvln Kte. Iitc Lebanon the first of the weok. G . H. load In few hour Saturday. brother-in-law- , Cornell, attempted to Hotel, Cincinnati, Saturday night. Tho Wesley Is in from Adair county J Telephones aro a thick hero as fid- arret hlra wheo ho cut Cornett quite brides aro sister and from LouUvltle. W. MoWborter, Sr visiting friends dlers aro supposed to bo In the Pluton severely. Ho wa Anally overpowered At Falrvlew, Ind., a society of old and relatives In Frankfort und Cincin- ian regions. Nearly every home has maid bat been organized and It It a nati. Dr. I. S. Wcsloy, of Lancaster, one. The charges are $11 per month and Uken back if Jail. Vaton loc out In the line of (200 for any of tho members to and a Mr. Nortbcott, a young produce and the renter Is permitted to talk to See our line of conn of appeal, which rovere tho marry. Tho amount would teem very man of tho same town, were In the any station on the Hustonvllle tc Green til line. decision of tho lulakl circuit court. mall, wo predict, If any of the Hoosler burg last week. .' Thoult Involvo about 13,000, money girls who belong to It should receive Hardly a day parses but what 10, 20 L. M. Held, who, with hi brother, and turn over, an odcr of marriage. ho had failed to collect or moro loaded wagons pass through Carroll, trains a stable of runners. Is at Whon Charlc Newell went to the thl placo for thcstatlon. Tho Lincoln homo for a few days. After tho Louisdefended on tho ground that ho had no liond for tho county levy and that tho factory In Loulsvlllo, where hit wife, end of the road has been almost Impas ville races, where they will start a tlcal court had not tnado a valid levy. from whom ho had teparated, I em- sable, but Is homo belter now. It wu number of horses, they will go to New LfiJ A dUpatch ay that an clopctnent In ployed, and tried to cut her throat, a no uncommon sight a few week ago to York with their string. Dr. W. I. Casey county ha caucd great excite- workman struck him on the head with llud half a dozen or moro wagons stall- Letcher and Mr. D. S. Rowland, of ment. A man named Wilton eloped a club, from tho effect of which ho ed, with the wheels In mud over tho Danville, were guest at Mr. Samuel with a III year old girl named Joftrle. died just after reaching tho Jail. hub, between Freetown and McWbeatV, Held'. Mr. U. J. Lylcs, of Nashville, who Is a tUter of WlUon' wife and The marriage of Miss Mabel Werno a distance of about quarter of a mile. 1 here with relatives. camo to hi homo to attend her while and Mr. Andrew Graham Whitley was Free turnpike aro not what they aro Klrksvllle, Mo., sutTered a terrific g)i she It tick. Tho girl' father und a quietly solemnized last evening by the cracked up to be. tornado Thursday evening, juut u tho Dowiof citizens are In pursuit, and Ilov. Carter Helm Jones at the homo of A typographical error In our lust IHjople wero at supper. Tho entire tho tho bride's father, Mr. Joseph communication made us say that tho Quality considered. In WlUon may bo lynched if captured Wcrnc, 171W Fourth Avenuo. Tbohouso county G. A. It. would hold their meet- oast tide of tho city was wiped clean. McKINNEY. Over 200 building, homes and store was beautifully decorated In evergreens ing hero May 20, when it should have were leveled. A heavy rain followed G rider and family are on and a profusion of wblto carnations. boon May 30th, which will bo on TuesDr. Frank the cyclone, and the debris of wrectfell a vllt to relative in Itussell county. There were no attendant. MIts Wcrnc day. Somo of tho old veteran were building took tiro in several place gown of white lilack, Tan nd Patent Leather. An Infant of Fleming Curtl' died of wore a oeautlful bridal bothered over tho error and they hope making a grewporne picture. Fifty ft In laco and pearl, and some Infantile trouble and was burled Ilk, trimmed thl correction will have tho widest person are known to havo been killed carried a bouquet of whlto curnatlons. publicity Ksslblu. Tho reunion and hero last Tuesday. between 400 and 600 injured. At' adventure In business hero Mr. and Mr. Whitley will not go away decoration services will bo held ut tho and Tho latest of a now burbor until later In the season, und aro at Mlddleburg Cemetery. Our people uro Xewtou about 20 uro dead. The total tho establishment j fatalities a a result of thotornudo may III homo at 1723 Fourth A.onuo. Louis' very shop by Jlmmlo Cannon. enthusiastic over entertaining tho reach 100. Other towns In tho vicinity old soldier thl year, and a largo crowd suffered more Tho McKlnney and Huslonvlllo II. II. Post, 26th. or less seriously. Irom all over thl and adjoining coun nine crowed bat on tho latter' ItKCItUITS roitTIIK PllIMl'l'lNr.rf, Iron Fence. ground Saturday aftornoou and tho The recruiting olllcer .at Lexington, ties are expected. Congressman Bore-lu- g On her acquittal Mr. Georgo told a 17 lo 10 In favor of MeKln- and Judge George Denny have been newspaper reporter: "I wunt to say hcoro tood hu just received orders to enlist u .,.. H;ittj.rv for Ilustouvllle, Cam number of whlto men for service In Invited to make addresses and If tho that my misfortune and the bitter renit, and Lik; McKlnney, Hughe and the regiment now In tho Philippine Loot Cause Is represented Col. It. J. sult should bo a Iceson to designing riorer.ee. Islunds. Those men will bo sent di- Breckinridge will bo asked to speak. men. And It should ulso tcrvo as u Mr. Olllo Crow returned Sunduy rect to San Francisco us soon u thoy There aro same rod In this neck warning. Oh, II I could only go into from u low day vllt to her parents, uro enlUicd in Loxington, and from (and It Is said to bo worse in other parts every home und tell euch wife, sister Mill Worl Icttil Hoofing. Mr. and Mr. Davidson at Soiimrsct. there thoy will bo sent direct to Ma- of thu county i, who uro not pleased at orduughter, and wurii them ugulnst MUs Helen Hlbb I at homo again nfler nilla. This will make n lino trip all with tho act'on of tho republican trusting any nun with their virtue ! I u several week visit to friend at High uround tho world for able iMidled un- committee of two or three men naming would suy to them that no iuuii, howBridge. Mack Williams Is manipulat- married nion who want to see tho world. P H. Taylor, for representative, und ever fair he muy seem, can be trusted many of them vow, thul hu will never with their deurest possession. I would ing tho key In tho telegraph olllce Such persons should apply at ihu hero ut night, but hi tuy will bo brief Olllco In Lexington ut onco lu go to Fruukfort by their votes. If tho warn them to bo careful of their aseo- dissension among tho republicans of clutco, to guard themsehe ugalnstthls us the opening of tho oflleo Is not order to get in before It Is. too lute. Ituseull Is un ihlng like that of Casey, temptation which dragged me down." who 1..1K.M frnm Liner I). Goooh, Illoter at Wurder und Durkc, Idaho, a good democrat could win. It Is Inof tho writer und to thu number 800 or 1,000, seized a I a brotliur-ln-luliit.vvi: mi:s iAi.1. deed u pity that such men u the VIcIIiik td loiiucli. llitr ami WUncy I rouble. an American soldier In tho Philippine, train und proccoded to two mine on Messrs. Stones, cither J. Boylo, Geo. dl wuiurn, and .11 fit I the remit, lu Ium ut In Cunou ...inv.v thu ttiid Intelligence that n creek, where men P.. or Brjunt, would not accept tho aj'ltlltr, ik1jii iu lite Mood, backaUie uvrvuu h uuit lUtlrw. run Jowu wcro employed, und, after an exchange nomination. Hither could win. Tho um., Hut ui lie. uo llrwl. lu or.0 of tho severe buttle with tho tliere's urvJ liku tb.t, l.l.lni ho had an urm shot oil und of shot, blew up tho mine und de- row still continue in tho g. o. p. In loJ.VV lUnlner, M.ville, In J. . Ileuyt "llc. Irlu Hitler are lu.t lb. tuluiz lur inau wheu t. " Bine oat tss old Kin In tho new wii uttho dato of tho writing In u stroyed other property, causing a los Cusoy, and If tho democrats would only It all run ddwu. ainl dou't r.ni wltettier he llvt ur Rise out Uio falsa Ring in the trot " new uwaltlng recovery, when ho will of JiJ0,000. Ono man wu killed and do tholr part, era long sho will bo diva It dIU more to give me could .Irvniftli and lake. I tan KOodatlteltian anytlitu I We bring to you tha new and truo from th homo Is near unothor mortally wounded. Tho 2.V) uu now .ua bo returned homo. HI found In tho demoaratlu column as of Oolr eat butiuiukl'euny'au.f. a uew ie.ut.Hear me. Utlrug More. .vireuttal pney forests of Norway Wuyncsburg, where hi father, now n mon woro wurned and took tho good old days of yore. tl, ijuaranltwd. of ago, still lives. Liner to tho hill before tho mob arrived. past 74 yeur CliAHKNCK COLKMAN. Loulsvlllo hu 1711 churches and 40 I young, unmarried, a lino specimen hospitals, asylum and homes. Its com Mrs. Annlu K. George, uccuscd of MILLION?) OIVEN A WAV. ol manhood and I said to huvo mado a Tho killing George D. Saxton, tho Presl Pine-Tar-Hon- ey IlliiiMUlnlj tratlljluy to the public to know blned bank capital I 120,000,000. good soldier. who are was declared not of on. fouieru lu lb. land autterlug. nut afraid lob. 2,010 manufacture have an InvestTho Sunday School convention held dent' brother-in-laThe propria. Keoerout to th. j and toraofUr King's New Pl.i'omjr tor Conuiuptloo, ed capital of &0,000,000 and thoy emat Now Sulom church, near Mt. Solera, guilty by tho jury after an Cough and Cold., bavtilieuawayorer teniiilllbin Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Sunday wu woll attend- session. There was u buret of applause Irlalbottlet of thla great luedlclue; and bue Ibe ploy 32,000 men. Tho death ratoof Saturday and science to a Pleasant, Permtaeat. Peatttro very prolltublo In the court room and after Mr. aatitfadlou ofof knowing It baa ataolutely rured tho city In ISM was only 13.60 to tbo ed and considered a unr leu uw. Aitluila. UruiuhitU, Ihouuuda Cure for coughs, col Js and all Inflamed surface lIuarseoeM and all lb. 'Ihrual, Cheat meeting. Tho good people of that sec- Georgo had thanked each of tho Juror and Lungiar.iurelrdlaraw bjrofIt. Call onlVunr, 1,000. There aro CI public schools of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. lured Lungs an exhilaTho sore, weary cough-wotion never fall to entertain woll when personally, the went her way a free liruggl.t, and get air, trial twltle. Itegular sU which con 1320,300.10 u year. There SOcaudil. hterjr Utile (uaranttvd, or prlc re uro besides 00 private schools. mucus Is cut out ; tha rated t the microbe-bearinthv undertuko It. Notwithstanding woman. fu.ded. cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed tho largo crowd vrocnt Saturday tho itKU hot nioMiiu: uv Tho Cincinnati Commerelal-Trlbun- o membranes aro healed and soothed so that then Ueor tabloids aro about to be put on I). II. SU.Juuu ofNewark, wuru more than amnio and ...nvUlnna Was ball that bit counter-petitihas knocked tho market by a German Urm. A small Mich. Ibe the Civil War. It tailed borribU Ukvra Is no Inclination to cough. In still ro says a when dinner was over there year, 'then llutk for that Uluo Grass Blade Moore' chance for tablet dropped Into a glass of water lrtt'e uu treatment belwd blui MCure. Cull, llrulus. SOLD BY ALL GOOD ORUaOISTS Aruliabaltr. tured enough good thing on tho pardon mulned out und thu probability I that will turn it Into beer as fresh us If Just Duma, llolla. reloui,2)form, bktu truiitloua, lint 60s. and $1.00 SUM Battle Only. satisfied tho appetite guaranrotta a box. Curt 111. lur. on earth. ground to have ho will huvo to servo hi term. teed, bold'jy I'enur, lirugglai. drawn, It Is asserted. BE SURE YOU GET ol a hundred tnoro hungry people. Tho . never obm I LD, and .avAll Ml aiu. nmMT isru lorviiwn cloned Sunday with a sermon .uiiax HM-TarJ- N Tho L. & N., which operated only 000 A cynlo says that women ure good Uooey. It ait as quick and iiermaseul rvlkf Tho identical people who muko a lion .. liv Ilov. A. MobloV. fill miles In 18 S, now operates 6,0 and it toarlpMTnUMCouDaaiulrvUa. Ilmake. will make a monkey of him If for threo thing at least to raise chilof a man U. A. Matcitte. I una. trooi.-ll- n. m inwn.i bv a collection for mission tho biggest system In the South. BuaO. ho doesn't look out. Detroit Journal. dren, biscuit und hell. amounting to soveral dollar. lj tof Centre bested Kentuoky University Saturday. An otlort U belli jr Hindu to open n nl Iliirnldc. ta-lo- Wheat Is looking nno. it, m tcanda-lUcd-Alliin- ( ll, 0r-IH- I. lat half-to- I lV ah t- - CO lt rttf wi .- lr Publishers, nwmnn ?s OxilXXOH. ono-bor- ru FELT IN STRAW HATS. 1 llol-mo- WORSTED SUITS, -- stay-Saturd- S5 CASH. v self-defen- THE GLOBE.i-(mm.-- d. Telephone No. to-d- ate .a.k DANVILLE, KY. 1 1 I I I I I I LADIES! SLIPPERS. 1 I m Tey Are Beautiful, They Are Good, They Are Cheap, Southern Ties, Oxfords and Button. I w 1 I '; H. J. M'ROBERTS. A.C.S1NEJ STANFORD, KY". .... non-unio- Iwl-lu- g. frt-- hos-plt- ul non-unio- DR. BELL'S ne-- all-nig- ht g on .n,nrn .... 25., . r. itU's For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., - May 2, 1899 W. P. WALTON. , Cvnthlnna buyer has .11 agcnt In tho field buying wool, which ho thinks will rule at 17 to 20c. Democrat. Lost A yearling at Lancaster, court day. Finder will bo liberally reward ed. J. W. Roberts, Valley Oalc. Ky. Hemp cold at Lexington last week at $5, the first time since ISIM. Lough-bridg- e bought .10,000 imtinds at that price coupling cars. while POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. The promoter of the Lexington fair Francis T. Walton, tho InternationRhea, mother of the Con al turf plunger, has taken the bank- proK)o to have n ring to dccldo which Mr. Jane gressman, died at Kussellvlllo yester- rupt law with liabilities of $100,000 and are best Angus, Hereford or Shorthorn cattle. day. assets of about $200. Dorsey Gnlddust, the producer of line Gov. Bradley and his staff of 50 colHoward Stanton, a Cincinnati boy, is onels arc enrouto to Chickamauga to wanted for attempting to poison Mice Efotern and combined roadster, unex attond tho dedication of tho Kentucky Lucv Williams, who refused to accom celled for tho road or market, will make the prcent seaon at $10 to Insure, r . monument tomorrow. pany him to the theatre. K. K. Puryear will bo nominated for swaiioweu Held. At Baltimore, a patient Kato Mallow W. A Trlbble's great Senator in tho Lebanon district. His tho thermometer which his tempera only opponent, J. W. Kerr, withdrew ture was being taken and so fur has hnw mare, dropped a bav filly colt by Ogdensburg Sunday, which he valut when he saw bis big lead. felt no ill effects from It. Mark Hanna says thaf'nothing short Cincinnati had a big celebration on verv hlghlv nnd of which he isnsprouu of a irreat calamity can prevent tho the arrival of a cannon taken from the almost as he Is of his boy. formerly owned by Lar-ro- ll r, renomlnatlonofMcKlnlnyandHobart." Spanish cruiser Oquendo, at Santiago. calamity It will bo placed In Eden Park. Reed and now the property of Jim But wont that In Itself bo 50 yards race enough to avert it? Tho supremo court of South Carolina Gentry, won the mile nnd Gro-vh Newport Saturday In 1:15. Ho Mild of the It is believed that at has alllrmed tho validity Cleveland will be called to the new at first at 7 to 1, but was played down law, which makes counties ehalr of general politics, to be created to 3 to 1. and liablo for damages. at Princetou University by reason of Three persons were killed, a dozen Our horo advertisers tell uc they tho recent anonymous endowment of seriously hurt and 50 scratched und aro doing a big hulnos wiin ineir as $100,000. bruised In a wreck on tho Rochester & stallion". Good hordes aro almost The packed court of inquiry on Gen. Lake Ontario railroad, near Rochester, scarce a hen's teeth nnd It seem that Miles' beef charges holds that the beef N. Y. owners of brood maro are beginning was good when it left tho contractor's Sartorls, a grand-.!.- ,, to realize it. Miss Rosemary .., if President Grant, unveiled hands, but canued roast beet is conRear in mind the sale of M. N. De- Comdemned as a ration, and former at Philadelphia and three pauw's stock and jiorsonalty next the statue missary Gen. Kagan Is severely cen- generations of the Grant family wcro Thursday, 4th. Besides some good d buying it. Gen. Miles Is sured for stock, the farm of 130 acres ana some present. for not reporting promptly on of appeals has alllrmed tbo knob land will be sold, halo begins at The court the bad beef, but the court does think decision of the Warren court giving 0:10 a M. W. P. Given, adm'r. necessary. proceedings Chariot F Price has been appointed damages against J. Jcdoe Cantrill fined Helm Bruce .further servlco commissioners re- Mrs. Blttner $3,000 killed tier uusoanu prcsldlnir Judge of the Loulsvlllo Jock The civil Morehead, who S. J10 for contempt the other day, when port shows the total number of persons ey Club to succeed tho lato Col. M. th rnulsvillo lawyer objected to tho examined during the year was 45,712, at Bowling Green. At tho Paris Exposition thero has IjiwU Clark. Mr. Price has been sec judge commenting on tho evidence ( of whom 30,000 passed. This was a do- retary of tbo club and associate judge 56,500 feet in tho unfavorable to his client lu giving tho crease of 4,859 in the number examined been secured annex to the exposition for the. for several years. In both capacities Mr. Bruco has pubcase to tho jury. machinery and he has mado a brilliant record. and a decrease of 5,085 in tbo number lished a card, which shows that tho who did not pass, as compared with tho exhibition of American Thomas Coleman ptirchused 12 fine judge's action was extremely tyranlcal. previous year. It also takes occasion electrical apparatus. The Southern railway refused toglvo work mules of different parties at $100 occupancy of tho bench has His long to commecd the system and to prove Gen. Castleraan his trunk lilt ho had to $125. Charley Vandlvier bought apparently led Judge Cantrill to 'think Its value by Increased efficiency of the paid 25c, excess weight charges, and ho 1,800 dozen eggs In Moreland Saturday that he Is the whole thing and that Bervico under It. sued tho company for $50 damages and for 01c per dozen. Squire C. W. Gen common people are lawyers, client and Tho Cincinnati Enquirer takes little $300 value of the trunk. try, ono of tho best posted fruit men In simply necessary evils. Clarksburg, W. tho country, says nearly all oi the stock In Reed's statement that bo Is In a street fight at that Va., between Kdltors Horner and Mor- peach trees were killed by tho heavy The Louisville Post Is free white and going to practice law. It says w will in 21 and Sunday celebrated the attaining Mr. Reed was less tyrannical last rison, tho former knocked tho latter freezes last winter and that thero mammoth edition ter than ever before. He was even down and as he fell his head struck the not bo a peach bloom seen In Mercer of Its majority In a t county this year. Sanders .fc Norton ,i.r..i wii.i". wlrh thfl four- - amiable. He got along so smoothly curbing fracturing his skull. ID wuuucnui nnniM.t. ...-- -. father of Hiram Hall, huvu boucht between eight hundred column initial issue of May 1, with both sides of tbo House that tho Sara Hall, page six Barring its comicalities and parliamentary millennium was thought hanged at Crossville, Tenn., April 111, and a thousand lambs, to lw received 1878. was a practlcal-- 1 for wife murder, Is dead. Ho spent his in June and July al4l to 5 cents. whimsicalities in politics the Post is A to be at hand. There Democrat. thanks to him a nil to save his son, aud, falling, grew na ik nnu.unanop nnd here's hoDln? lv unanimous voto of "ui ecuf. tho, raimr Knott mav vet see the er four minute before the final adjourn disconsolate and died through grief. lJinutlei ofwn assume o superiority u Tom Robinson, who was hanged at ror of his way and close In. with the of- ment, tho resolution being offered in amus-Ini- r. more or less pushing speech by Bailey, Dallus, Texas Friday, sent an Invita- of intellect to others, uhlch is It Is too late. fers of mercy before A trentleman. while walkingalong of Texas. This was all presidential to attend tactics, fellow citizens. Don't bo de- tion to the girl ho assaulted but her a road not far from a railway, encoun Yknowine's Illustrated story. tho execution. She didn't go, ceived with this $50,000 tered a number of Insaive people out lor tho advent of which has been mother did and wanted to pull tho excrcti. With a sod toward the railforward to with rosy expectalooked BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, rope. way line, he said to one of the nuii: tions, Is out and Its appearance and James K. Caldwell Sc Co., of Philadel- "Where does this railway go tor The Pittsburg, Pa., suffered a $210,000 fire contents are all that could bo desired. tho conphia, was yesterday uwarded lookd at him. scornfully for a It Is an honor to the State and to the- Friday night. furnishing tho $0,000 silver lunatic and then replied: "Nowhere. of the Inlmoment, Cincinnati street cars havo killed 24 tract for South and If tho excellence service for tho battleship Kentucky. We keep It here to run trains on." I .ln,ilnnil If. will doubt- - . people within a year. .!- !. Is to command lllil UUIUUCI IO m'" Wellington Payne, 0.1, and Glass Capt. C. M. Chester less receive tho largo patronage it de-- 1 lTi.ri Is a cleer and efficacious scheme vessel. tho Marshal, died In Fayette. serves. Get a copy. It is only 10c. A tiro said to havo been caused by that the manager ue at hl theater of gold last California's production , tho sun's rays bolng focussed by tho In 1'ortlnnd. Ore. After the orcnesira MRS. GEOROE, hiving beenacquitted I valued at S15.00d.47d on a cela neat sign show the of tho murder of tho man who bud jusvii0 wm invito tho Confedcr-grlovous- ly plate glass In 11tho hairwindow model, has finished view oertureaudience irom of i wux of the rue to the luloid comb In wronged her, will, It is said, utM lo nolJ thuir next ruunion thero. a small umount of property the floor of the- stage. It shows these ,i. D,nA Ktit ljurai,uoBBi;i"-- (" If i, ffmn out in Another tornado did vabt damugo In destruved mnulo words: "This Is the propertlme proof that she has to use table linen to j; 0bruitt but no lives aro reported at Indianapolis. Loulsvlllo and numerous places In for ladles to remove their haU." And form, sho will never bo'i0s(t. perfect her J.Plerpont Morcan has given u mil Kentucky and Indiana contiguous felt if they are not already off the sign much of a drawing card for the bald lion of dollars to a lylng-l- n hospital In an earthquake Saturday night. In tho works wonders. heads. New York. first named windows shook violently Col. Smith, of the rirstTenncssee vofound a and some wcro cracked, but no seriouB Cait. Stone seems to mako a spec- - A r.nuUi-llloollccman lunteers, who was stricken with apoalty of lambasting editors. His last oM br, h t uw ono cenl plt.,j i an CRU, duraago was done. while leading his regiment Into acfnrt In that direction was at hdltor ... . . ,on- Adeafmuto printer named J. H. plexyat Manila, and in a few moment Bpoke in hllzaboth- tion Sommers when bo - foil ilwml nt u inuutlni! of u Tn0 American losses in tho Philip-tow- n CM was the originator of the Saturday. Ho accused him ' neg 8neo Feb. 4 havo been 103 killed, lodgo of tho union at Lexington Sun- was dead, very 30o and u Tennessee centennial and was a falsifying and of publishing an untruth. wounledi day. His only effects wero prominent man In the south. He was 'The R.N. 1. and B. railroad was very loving letter signed Gcrtrudo and Yesterday was the first anniversary a most capable soldier aud died as be 's dated at Portsmouth. victory In wiping out sold at Versailles to tno Segal of Dewey's great big wished while leading' his regiment. The Globo Furniture Company's It was a esU for $201,000. Meet at Manila. avengers killed tho plant, tho American Bell Foundry und man has a scheme to change A great and glorious achievement, but it! Two Missouri i.....i..ii,,i,t .ilunt. nt Northvillu. ,i.A Itostou .f Vu' 1!nMnr.(l and the of a home and tho authorities .1 nilnmiu has wrought Innumerable woes to this dcspoller Facto I I Mich., and tho Tyden Cur Seat , declined to arrest them. He maritime provinces of Canada. ,, V.UUUUJ. r.,.,1 ... tl.n In ...w ry at Hastings, Mich., wero strucK oy 11 uunuui, I.!!, uiu.u .BKvumore than lightning Sunday und destroyed by tho would build a dam ten miles long and THE Indications aro that the back uittuk Hills for 12 hours and about S0O feet high across the Strait of bono of the Filipino hostilities is blx ini.bt.s of snow fell, tli u which followed Belle Isle, thus diverting the northern broken, but Agulnaldo and his follow-- 1 jt took six mon to bold John Thorn-er- s An F. F. V. on tho C. & O. ran currentsandglvlngthe territory named bu watched' loii after 0n, of Daviess county, while ho died Into un open switch ut St. Albans, W. j will havo to a warmer climate. This, he thinks, they will protonu to nuvo Kif isu up mu 0j ,uo areaa0a meningitis. Vu. Tho engine, express cur, iiusmi ' could be done for $0,000,000. gun. Sam T. JaclJ. tho promoter und own- - cur, combination car and coach, dining Influenza, or the grippe, is not, ss ur of various road shows, died at Now cur and Cincinnati blooper all left tho Alas, bow havo tho mighty fullen. York of cancer of the liver. .r.,,.1, tli., LimUvIllo sleeper bo I tig the many people suppose, a product of adwho was washed Poller, In Clinton county James Ncal stab- only car rentultilng on the traek. None vanced civilization; it is referred to, into tho U. S. Sonato on tho populist bed and seriously Injured W. II. Wood- of the pussongers were hurt and only ' nays a historical authority, by Hippocwuvo In Kansas, Is now editing a coun-tr- y son, u Methodist minister. the fireman slightly Injured. Tho rates aud other ancient medical writ- weekly at $10 a month. I Richard West, of Hopklnsville. cele engine wus badly wrecked. crs and a formidable list of epidemics in various parts of the world between Dispatch's second an- brated bis 50th birthday by dropping I The Loulsvlllo Tho Advocate says that u sister of by niversary number U a hummer. It con- dead at exactly the hour hu was born. Mrs. T. D. Kngllsh, Mrs. J.J. oung the years 1173 aud 187S is riven Gray son Is uuder local option, but jiincu. of 10 pages with an Illuminated sists 'died in Trimble county of meningitis. und highly artUtlo cover, und Is u most that did not prevent 3U7 jugs of whisky I Judge Parker at Lexington has, at keeper 9a SpringA boardlnif-hous- e being received there during tbo month. creditable edition. -. ...,i u.notir Itrnrmma. Issued field, 111., lost her life the other day in railway. Chesaooaku .1 LBWUVUUI ...v...-- . bIJU Tho Southern Mrs. Jack Chinn must a fire trying to save her boarders. Once A dollar banquet at Chicugo Is U bo .V Ohio und Norfolk & Western are the an order that of the comio property 'more are the .!..... nun .1 -- Bryan and Mayor Harrison road about to enter Into u comblnu HI1UW UUnu twur aim fiit tli given with weeklies slapped In the fact. tion. she holds. tho guests of honor. The only redeeming feature of tho marriage of Perry noltmont to Mrs. II. T. Sloano at New York a few minute after sho had been granted a dlvorcoare that tho new Broom rnado his wlfo .convey back to Sloano tho property valued that at 33O,O00 that ho Rave her and lead-la- g Belmont married tho woman after her astray, as It Is supposed ho did, he havlne been named as In tho divorce proceedings. Belmont Is president of a democratic club In New York City and recently camo Into same outsldo prominence by a correspondence ho had with Dryan over, an Invitation to his $10 dinner. The woman Is a Vanderbllt, oradlstant relative, but her high social position can not cover her multitude of fins or stifle tho Indignation of tho latest disregard of conventional society rules. Gen. Hardin Is sending out large and pretty pictures of himself with small ones of Bryan and Blackburn, on which aro printed, "Together In Defeat," "Together In Victory." From the present reading of the political kaltedoscope, thero is some doubt that the general will be of the trio under the latter head, but his election or defeat will cut no figure in tho promised victory for tho other two. No matter who is elected governor of Kentucky. Blackburn will be elected U. S. Senator and Gen. Hardin's election will not help or injure Bryan's chances for a renomlnatlon. which now seems certain. THE jury In the Sommers bribery cass failed to agree after being out 43 hours and was discharged, standing, it is said.' 8 to 4, the latter for acquittal. Tho testimony showed a nasty state of affaire all around and added to the original Impression that It was planned us a trick to stampedo tho convention to McCbord and that Sommers was played for a sucker. Judge Pryor and Senator Blackburn defended Sommers and the latter was particularly severe on weapon-faceGraves, "tho knock-knee- d, political reformer d, JutxiK Borp.IKO told tho Cincinnati mulrcr that ho has proved white of every chargo of corruption that white mado against blm and tiy Whlto's own witnesses and Intimated that but for tho much abused law thai gives a contestant pay for making a contest, there would havo been nono mado by White. Itlght you aro Brer Borelng, and but for that "much abused law" Davison would never have thought of contesting Mr. Gilbert's seat. Mako your term In Congress by so- memorable and nralse-worth- y curing tho repeal of tho "much abused law," and wo will forglvo your sin of being so mean a republican. s Richard Mansfield's sharo of tho receipts for 20 wcoks' playing of "Cyra-n- o do Bcrgerao" Is said to amount to In a fight over tho ownorshlp of a horso at Ccntrovlllo, O., John Ragland wn fatallv nnd Hal Johnston seriously wounded. Four men were killed and others hurt by tho explosion of a powder press at DuPont's powder works, Carney's Point, N. J. George K. Sterrv, of Now York, received a live snake by mall and ho has engaged detectives to find out who sent It to him. Albert Funk and his wlfo wcro both sentenced to llfo imprisonment for killing an old pensioner for hi money $120,000. UNO AND STOCK. Tun Blue Grass Clipper, of Midway, now published by Cooper k Bailey, Is near Milwaukee. 21 years old and In reviewing its exThree brothers named Cubbago wcro istence, a list of the numerous editors in the plllowry at tho samo llmo Saturwho havo straddled Its tripod Is given day at Dover, Del., and got 20 laches Without counting, each for stealing. In tho last issue. wo should say thero aro at least 24 of The sulcldo of James K. Jones, In them and tho names show many 01 Christian county, I said to have been whom any paper would bo proud. Tho duo to his desiro to escape tho importuClipper has always been a good papor nities of a womun. and Is Improving with ago like the A jury at Lexington awarded John leading product of tho county it is pub Savago $10,000 damages against tho L. lished in. N., for the loss of his right hand E. P. Wood old to W. A. Hall 18 fat hogs at .'lie. Racing Is said to bo rapidly growing unpopular In California. F. P. Bishop sold to Bingham, of Plnevi'.le, a milk cow for $.'.. A salo of 800 bushels of wheat at 7o I rcorted In tho Burgln Mcsscngor. S. II. Banghinan htpped lx runner to Loulsvlllo. D. K. Farr's will havo Prices like llione lmvo eloquence words can not give. chargoof them. Summer Corsets 21c. Ask to see them, worth ilimbk-thManuel and Corslno aro tho Derby favorites with our local sports. Taral money. will ride tho former. IMnk nnd Blue Lace Trimmed short waist Coiets only A lot of 2tl choice bred yearlings that cost $.10,000, were shipped to London 18c. from Lexington, Sunday. Ladies' Corset Covers, plain l'Jc. C. T. Bell sold to J. M. Stephenson trimmed Corset Cover only c Kmbroidery and 10 yearling steers at 4o and 50 fat hogs Constant Attractions EaohWeek Prepares Surprises And for the Next. Plenty of Them. The Louisville Store ! e at.lc Wuyno County Record. "WASIIAI.IjK FAHUICS. Mauiv new ideas are boms' shown in this department thi Iice t Pique, beautiful variety, colors and figured. Good values at 1Tc, our price only 10c. Moreen SkirtinS le. All colors in Xear Silk linin-,Ni- re. Ladies' Drcs Skirts, limey and m1iiI colors. JWujo $. Straw Sailors, l.'ic to 7oc. Get one of our . up-to-da- te week. MEN'S AVIOAK. Prn-eeuto- er untl-lync- Xegligoe Shirts :."ie. Striped Silk front Shirts USe. Underr-hirl'for men, bleached, only I Tie. LADIES' Ml'SLIX rXDEUNVEAW. e to SI. Drawer.-.-, Hemstitched Tucked Kulllos, aud Embroidered, Spani.--h Petticoats, Hemstitched Flounce, extra good values, f0o to $1 Xear Silk Petticoats Inney and solid Skirts., 7mMo.fl.fiO. A big line of Fancy Colieos Itie. Yd. wide Percales, fe. Yard wide Wenched Cotton only le. Yard wide bleached cotton, free from starch, only lie. Good heavy Brown Cotton, yd. wide, te. Three yard Lace Curtains, only "0o. CAKPETS. Pig line Ingrain Carpets and Mattings at l'iic to 50c. s . Colored Collars, bi? loe quality, our price 10c. crlt-islze- Poy's Knee Pants, just the thing for warm wuather. lfc. Men's Cotton Pants, Sc. Men's Cassimere Pants, ite'e. a good value at $1.50. 'We can fix you up a This pant Suit from ?.) to :?:rc. i- -. CLOTHING. Ladles' double patent lip Oxford OOc. Men's line Shorn Men and I el. We keep !c. Men's low rut Shoe a full line of up.to-tlat- c lists for toys. Mn-cenn- es The Louisville Store. T.D. KANKY, MansKcr. , Hranch stores at Hlliabethtown, Klkton, Owennboro, She hyvllle, Vcrttillci, Hnpklniville, Mdionville, Morjcanfield. CieorKClown Ky , ClsfksTllle, Tenn. Hards-town- Just Think from at the store of A large assortment of good Wall Taper Of It. cr roll lo select at 1c, 5c, Co, "c snd So . A. E. GIBBONS, Wi Danville, men nd rnrry I alrouang Wall 1'apcr at 5c per pill hv the ery thing in Ihe mt competent er. 1 Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Pictures Framed to order on short notice In lslet tyle. (Iivp n how you ran tare money ,Vo .'KM MHinSt Telephone No. 121. a , rail and see Dunville, Ky. Holding Your Own. Against any one on the road, ihst wants to give you a brush, you can always du ulirn sealed in one uf our a2i Light Road "Wagons with easy running gear, and )uti Unit notldng but a thoroughbred you Our llnu stock of up sliou d ho Inspected who aro not not posted on the stylo and (piality of our stock. can U-- t will pass by tlne deol'able - B. K. Opp. Wearen Coiirt-HouM!, 6c Son, Stanford, Ky. a Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. The painting season Is ht're. We wish In call your attention to the fart that keep the Itcst Heady Mixed Taints, Oils, Varnishes, lIruthvs,Ac.,lii the market. wo ..- J "m Inter-Montejo- TOILET ARTICLES Ac , Is complete, ! , ..,.. Our lino of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth llriishi 8. Hair liriislies, Combs, Soap, uplo-dal- e and of the very best ((utility. compound-ifrom tho PRESCRIPTIONS carefully solicit your patronage. Ttirest aud Ilest drugs Trices reasonable. Wo -.! I CRAIG ! o o & HOCKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ' ' Wall Paper AT COST. In Older to Mako Hooin for Spring Styles. o o o o o o o O O O o Q O O - W. B. McROBBRTS. 11 Joke-mak- 'oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo JW? ,1'W 'hW Mr l T J"-- - i flp - n jw..-- -- ,,r- - V'jr- - Ql THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, E. C. Nr.W dimmer clothing nt Hevcranco St Soni. eucli on Kv., - May Oi:t our price 2, bupgle. HlRRln 1809 St MrKinncy. Stokk room on Main Street (or rent. Walton, Duhinixh Manaof.ii. V P. Walton. Ski: the latest designs In crepe paper. S011A WATKII, lee, cold, pure and Cralg St Hocker. inott refrM.ilnuat 1'enny'itDrutf Store. Wk have a rccird of moro than TllY the Safo Hog Cholera Cure for filled pri'ncrlptlong. Don't f ale at Crolg ,V Hocker'. you think Hint untitle ui to your conis t fidence? Penny' Drue Store, IF you havonn old McCormack bind er or mower read W. A. CnraonV PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. "ad." A 1)11. (. A. TllAYMMl U vUltlnc rein lives nt Columbia. Mits. Maiiy II. Cuaio tin returned from a vlelt to Loutavltlo. Mil. J. H. Sv.MI'SON-- icnt several tltiy. with hi house In Cincinnati. Mil. T. V. IIiooiNti, of Uul.vllle, Is with hlscourln, W. II. Hl'Kln. Miss Nancy J. Ksti:h ha been potmatcr at U. K., thl conn-- t. MltS. A C. n week. Maiitin tins been 111 for location can be secured by addressing Alex Truylor, Capital distillery Gilbert Creek, or the editor paper. of this HouuilTA Htoiik. M. K. Jones and W. K. Wright, of tho West I!nd, Irnve bought out J. L Jarvls' store at Hedge- vllle. Mr. Jarrl will go to farming. . Mil. ANI Mill. W. P. GlVKN.s enter-talue- d eve-nin- e. (OEIIF.L'S AlTOlSTMKNTS- ,- in nddl-tln- n to shaking here court day, Senator Gocbcl will speak that night, May tli, at Huttonvllle, and the next duy, Uth, said In a sermon In Atlanta Sunday that the ' Negro had less protection now than Jt'HT received a beautiful line of during ulavory nnd thnt tho raco ques.V Hooker. box paper. Craig tion would novcr be settled "until tho Dr.iniY day at Loulnvllla U next Negro obeyed God's manifest will nnd Thursday. Tho L. St N. will ecll tick- returned to Afrlcn." Sam Jonc said In Loulsvlllo that ho et to tho city at ono faro for the round-triplus 60c, admission to tho race would llko to sec nil or tho little fool who pretend to bo koptlcnl killed and course. If ho had tho killing of them ho would Faiim FoiiSaLB. I will offer about not tuo a stick or a gun, but would 200 acre of rav farm at auction on lib- place them on hi thumb nail and como eral terms boforo tho court-hous- e door down on them with tho other llko they In Stanford county court day, May 8, used to kill that kind of vermin down In WM, at 11 a. M. Parties wanting toscc Georgia when ho wa a kid. tho land can cnll on me at home. A. M. The Hoard of Church Extension of Fclund. mo ,m. h. Church, South, in session at A DK.(lliKI) Improvement will be Louisville, considered the project of mado on tho public school building, forming a tire Insuranco compuny for Supt. Singleton tel'sus. An ell will bo tho purpose of Insuring churches at built at ft cost of about $500 and whci cost. The secretary' report showed completed there will be three iplcndld that there had been raised during tho rooms '1'ix.V), It wilt be nccenry to year $55,202 40, and that loans from the levy it tax of about 5c on thu $100, but fund umounted to $57,710. Tho total thu building will bo much more conve- amount of loan funds now under direc tion of tho board is 1 17.1,021 51. nient and comfortable. ' SCKKKN door, poultry netting and nt Warren St Shank. nithop Turner, colored, in Every body was In ystorday but you. Ipn I here when you cal , BBTTJB3JB JBCUBMY. Don't blame us If your site If you let nnotlier week p without coming In and selecting ono of our Cut Price SulU We have a few business suits left that we have lIttl0ani!812, nowf7M Something In finer quality, worth and HO, now f 15 ami I8 Heed our warning and Come at Once or you may have cause to regret your delay YOU'LL BE LEFT! f8 tfrOlothing, Shoes, Hals, Ac, ROWLAND A CO., No. 309 Wc,t Main fet., DANVILLK, KY. EAZLEY Si .Have., the "Country Club" Friday MATTHEW DklaSKY, of Crab Orchard, has had hi cnlun Incrciitcd from JO to S. Mus. IJkttikC. McKinnkv I Dr. N. H. McKInncy, at Mlllembiuu. Mus. UUHsr.i.Mhi.i.ioN, of Living-ton- , at Lancaster. CiikkskFactoky Arnold Von Arx, who moved here from Alliance, O., will begin today tho operation of a ebceso factory nt Ottcnhcim. He ha ingHgrd milk from 00 cows nnd will nverage about 12ft pounds of cheese per duy. A ' (ikntmimak who live on Dlx Is vUlilntf liur parent, Mr. and tell u that hardly u night paiscs Mr. J. H. Tucker. but what there are gungs of seiners at Miss ISussik McIhaac, of Cbattanoo- - work In that stream. This Is against Station, Tenn., near Memphis. fa, It the t'tioit of .Ml Gortlo l'cnny- - th'o law and our Informant a he Is Hvktina Runaway. Miss Alice The new regiment of State Guard b.icket at Klnu'vllle. going to squeal If a stop I not put to It. Ilfu.Iey, her llltlo nephew, Cecil John- just organized In Kentucky will be call Mil J. W. .MooitKand daughter, Mr H your marhinu needs overhauling or fixed In any way, leao word Kith me at New Stouk Horse -- Mr. John F. son, nnd Negro driver, F.d Salter, were ed the 1st regiment and Col. Williams Judd Phillip, of Cucy, were j:uet(t of once and 1 will have an expert here this month for the purpose of putting old maIn a runaway Satur savs It I ready to go to the PhilipCa.h, of the llrm of Cash Si McClure, all painfully hurl Mr. Kd Vllklnon. day morning. The bone scared nt a pines, If the president call for more chines in good order. Only during this month will we do thi, as we will bo busy UK. J. W. MiiYANTiinil wile Kcni a tho Turncrsvllle in'Tchants, contractL. It. troops. after June 1 ith new machines $1,- - pllo of cinders in front of Dr. eotiplc of dny with Mr. and Mr. J. II. ed with A. C. Sine Saturday for a Tho hist net clo-in- g the war with 000 store-rooto be built corner litis- - Cook' and run at full sieed till tbe Turner in Jcrnmlnc. Cait. Jamim Gakiiaiii), of tbu lith tonvllle and Mc Kinney pikes ul Tur buggy wheel struck the hitching post Spain was performed Saturday In quiet In front of II. C. Itupley's, where they fashion when Secretary of State Hay Cavalry, I now ul J100 th, Cincin- nersvillo. were all thrown out. Miss Hcazloy and handed Ambassador Cambon four on recruiting duty. nati, JUImjk II.mlky bud :i0 vim In bis when treasury warrants for $5,000,000 each, Mil. ANO Mus. Maiik IIakdin huvo quarterly court yesterduy, 2l of which tho Negro wero unconscious picked up, but wcru toon themselves drawn oti the of New In the Ulggln goue to of in lt were dlo-e- d than 10 min- again. Her face Is badly bruised, nose York. This wns in payment of the college. huuau, opH)lte the utes, the only contested one, the out and a bad cut in ber tongue. Her $20,000,000 due Spain by tho terms of Kl.DKIt 1. W. Al.l.UN and family Knoxville Nursery Co., vs. O. J. New-lun- d nephew escaped with a slight cut on tbo trcuty of peace for the Philippine went to Lexington vetrday to wnd for u small amount, being continthe upper lip, while Salter Is badly Islands. a few day with hi mrenu. ued till today. Col. Funston, of Kansas, Is tho hero bruised about the head. The harness A. II. SKVUitANCi: U bneK from Hen- -- Zun Murphy und broke when tho post was struck nnd of the hour. Ho called for volunteer Not Small-Po- x. ileronvlllc, N. C, for a day or o. Hi to swim the rUer with him, In orde- - to George darter have both bad u break- but little dumagu was done to the wife, he tell u, I Improving graduget Into Calumplt. Nearly every man ally ing out nt Ilowland, but Col. W. Hull in the regiment signified his willingMits. William Hamilton and Mir Dudderar say It I not small xx. He CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. ness to go. A number of them, with Minnie Hawkins left on their bicycle admits though that they bad u chance Tbe archbishop of Canterbury get Col. Funston at their head, plunged Into thl morning for a visit to friend at to catch the disease called small-po- x ut J00.0O0 a year. the water, and, although subjected to Uurgln. Lebanon Junction. The revival meeting at tho Christian a heuvy tiro from the rebels, succeeded Nainsooks, Ac , Trimmings, Vnlcncines, Laces, Swi8 Kmbroidcrics, White Ribbons. ri(KI) J. CONN, who was with the -- d TiiKtjk-C- . used the L. St N. track church In Midway resulted In 25 add- In reaching the opposite shore without Louisiana in Cuba, was here Sunday accident. The fall of Calumplt speedily with J. W. Pcrrin. He wa on hi way over 100 mile for It through trains a ition. little over a week and they were hanThere had been 20 addition to Eld. followed. to bl home In Garrard. Agulnaldo sent a llag of truce to Gen. W. 11. Goouu ba bought an Interest dled expcdlouslv and without accident. .. T. Sweeney' meeting at Pari to Otis asking him to grant a cessation o In the Freeman Furniture Co., and will A freight wreck near Waynesburg Saturday. You can't afford to buy these goods else hero There arc l,14lt women preachers, hostilities for three weeks, in order otien store at Danville and Somerset. caused the C. S. to run thl way again now at J unction City Saturday night, but only for two trains, 21M.510 teachers, 883 editresses and 2,725 that tbe Filipino Congress might bo They have a store assembled. Otis declined any other authoresses. TlIK young ladle and gentlemen of DlHAHTItors FiltK. Hudson St Co', The Baptist church at Somerset has term except unconditional surrender, Corbln gau Mr. and Mr. Holdam largo warehouse in Garrard, containStuart a very pleasant serenade Wed ing 200,000 pounds of hemp, 500 barrels put in an acclyllne ga plant to light but promised full amnesty to all who And e'ected with much care. Our prices are seldom equaled and nuver beaten. would luy down their arm. The insurtho building. nesduy evening at the residence of Mr of corn and much valuable machinery, Vandals trid to wreck a Haptlst gents uro now between two fires, tho Muylleld. Corbln New. burned with all It contents. Tho orl church ut Atlanta, whoso pastor de- Maccabees, hereditary enemies of tho Mil. C T. Gt'Ll.KTTK, general agent gin of the tire It unknown. The Insur- - nounced lynching. Tagals, having risen In tbe North. In of the Southern Mutuul Investment unco lsclU.000, which will not cover Kev, A. V. Slzemoro and wife will addition to this frcsb dilllculty, tbo Co., of Lexington, v. in hero oerul the loss. attend the Baptist Convention of tho Filipino leader llnd thomsclves burday lielplng Local Agent Uurnes dened with thousand of hungry people TlIK lumber In thu fence that the U. S., at San Fraud coo this month. Vearen work up business. Mil. AND Mus. Jamks Uiiiony. of turnpike company put up along the About half of the 1011,020 Inhabitants who lied before tho American army, und Mr, railroad jurds ut Howlund nt a cost of of Hawaii are Confuclnnlst, Buddhists ure now cam pin behind tho Filipino I Iberty, were here jesterduy. ifibony I circuit clerk unit muster J.VX3, sold Saturday for about 915. Tho and Shlntolst, who have coma In from tine. 10,240,0.10 commissioner of Casey und un all lumber brought il to Wo per 100 feet China and Japan. The Transvuul produced At Princeton Sunday, a Christian worth of gold in 18DS und is thu largest und the locust posts ll to K!u each. around good business man. gold producing country In tbo world. Mil. Samlt.i, Hnolkman, who Is Messrs. S, II. Uughmhn, S J. Dnbry, church which cost $0,500 wu dcdlcuted "When looking lor sutTcring with blood poisoning In oneof W. II. Dudderurunu W. H. Lund were by Dr. Haines, of Cincinnati, who raided $2,:i25 at the service. his bunds, had lohavuonuof his lingers thu principal purchasers. SALE OF PERSONALTY. C. C. Shewmaker, who died last amputated thl morning, Dr. Peyton will Want Hail Tom and Deo Haker, week, left $1,000 to tho Baptist church As evontrlx of W. J Cnrson iliv'M, I late lerforinlog the oKirutlou. Thu cuue who ure In Jail here for safekeeping, ut Harrodsburg to be loaned, tho Inter- mi S.VTIMIIIAV, MAY IJ. lew. at Ids Linrt'ilUYncu S miles from llustonvllle la of the trouble, he think, i nolronoulc. Co . J l) Dili: M. C. Savklky is Improving under Indictment In Clay county for est to go to tbe salary of tho preacher. coln mule,sell publicly I inaru nnd cult. year-ll3 oune Jersey milk cows, Year killing White und Howard, and Jim Tho Christian und Missionary Al ling .lrrt-- r lu'lfir. slit'cn, 10 liimlN, 100 now. Hu fell olT from rapidly Ituker nUo Indicted for tho murder of liance service begin hero today at II biislivls of wlieut. SO liarri'ls of com, 3 stacks M)Utuls 10 below 110 und lived for two oIomt May, I spring nugoii, a lot of cured month on a milk diet, but he U uble to Howard, a son of the first named, l. M., with another service at 7:110 meat. Ac, Ac. have sued out writs of habeas corpus to There win be three service eueb toTerm made known on il.iy of sale. ealsultd food now und bus gained ubout K tx W J. Carson. AMANDA "Alts-ON- . be tried before Judge Saulluy tomorrow morrow and next day. 10 pound. His heurluclion, which was to see If they are entitled to ball. Jacob l'mbry, a student at tbe Kenmuch out of llx, husneurly resumed the Land. normul und he will soon be himself Kdikicd iiy Not Pkkukino. "Did tucky L'nlvcrslty, litis been called to Public Sale of Psrsonalty again. tho raking down Bro. Grin-stea- d the chair of history and modern lanyou read gave you recontly In tho Intk- - guages at tho Audrain Christian UniA Administrator of M. N. IKl'auw, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I will on utou JoriiNAt.r' wa itsked of Kev. versity, of Wuco Tex. Thu Little Klver Association of BapTlIK only engraver In town Uulton." Ben Holm. "No, I am llko thu little Thursday, May 4II1, 1899, boy who lu writing n comKsit!nn on tist will establish a college at London Hid lot of white wusii brushes ut and huvo decided to leuso or ronl tho At lil late residence In Lincoln county, thu subject of "Pin". 'Pins,' ho Bald, Don't forget that our stock embraces the newest Ky., m'H at pulilli' outcry Hie pergonal propHlggln St McKluiiey'. 'huvo saed many a man' llfo be- Laurel Seminary ground and build- erty of which lie died podvM.ed. coiuMlug and best goods to bo had. We call especial at-tiing for a term of five year. of principally cause did nut swallow them.' I Und NKVgoodat Mr. Dudderur' Kev. J. J. Johnson preached tho first I'our Mare. 3 and 3 jc.irltnc much moru cdltleallon In somo people' to our line of Heady to Wear .Pants. Friday and Saturday. Mule. I aged work Mule. 3 JennU. 3 Mltlc writings by not reading theiu." And sermon in the Methodist church at row aud Calve. S llriMHl How, limning e. J KWF.LUY, spectacles, Stc, repaired tho great sanutlllcatlonlst laughed Pleasuruvllle 02 vears ago und Friday I'tetiill. llouieliold and Kitchen about SOU liarreUof Corn In crib, a night preached the last beforo It was promptly and proierly. Dallon. heartily ut hi little sully. u lot of Cured Meat, Ac. torn down to make room for a larger In Look out for our big odd lot und Ti UMS. Humof $10 und under 42 TOO. Scorer Shelton M. Saufioy building. that amount, three, month credremnant sale. Severance St Son. Mr. E. B. Caldwell, of Waynesburg, hand out furnishes the following: Tho Initial its good note with 0 per cent. Interest from M. In Stanusks us to say that tho Semi annual date Mill bo required. Foil un easy shuvo or styllh hulrcut game of the base ball season W. 1. (Iivknh, Admr. barber ford wa played ut tho public school Sunduy School Convention of tho Cumgo to Wilkinson' At tin) namu time, a agent fur the heir ground Saturday between the boy of berland Klver Association will be held of M.N. I wl'l offer for alu at hop. . of Prof. Crulg' academy and those of ut the Woodstock, two days, beginning nubile outcry lil farm 30 1.10 acre of land acre of in Lincoln county and IF you have hud tumble lu getting Hogsett Academy, Danville. Tho game Saturday noxt. All Sunday School Knob land ou VVhttu Oak Cretk.Improved Term your wuteh repaired sutlsfactorlly try was un entirely onu sided atTuIr und worker uru Invited. mado known on day of kiilo. W 1' Uivemi, Agent Dallon. Thu international Sunday School wu therefore nut a Interesting u it . would othurwlso huvo been. At the convention In session ut Alluntu, decid buvu some remnunt in buy wu Wi: Farm For Sale, A Fins end of the 7tb Inning tbu score stood ed to hold their next meeting ut Denwilt sell ory cheap. Cull und see ll. 12 to 0 In favor of Stanford und thu ver in 1002. John Wanamuker wa J. II. Itaughman V Co. Danville bo) concluding they hud elected chairman of the executive comtinturflfiv. IniM 1. ' 99. all enough, left. Tho principal feature mittee und B. F. Jacobs, of Chicago, flu PLANTrf. -- Humumber .1 Jiuvo We will mII at I'uUic ! our kind of plant ready for j on when you of thu game were thu error of the world's commissioner to lslt Sunduy Flco XUuO'Qr&M Farm ef 363 Acres Is Casey pitching of school In ull lands where thu Bible I Cuiiutr t tulle Wot ul lliutuuvllle, K)r TbU Nowlund. "Hoglle", tho excellent waniibem. O. J. IhI luC'Mfy county. It fmu UiwutUtnal Hurry Hlggln und thu home run of used. no with Hi:MiLMiihit tho Commerclul Club I'M Hale, Georgo Florence und Sam DSam Jones begun hi meeting ut will liupruiwl riHjuii,wirrnl II mid lUrm, a good (XlUr, all ncarir II l)rlllui(vf meeting Thursday night and uttond. F.mbry for Stanford and Mutaliio for IjOulsvlllo Sunday und went fur themu vutliulhlluo,I U well wncre.1 wliti urter UllliiJ iirluiut! la likb ulof iultllla; belnn If you cuti'l help talk you can bulp by Danville. Tbu buttcne wore, for Stun-for- usual. He was especially severe on UwiKu-lkln- l wllil in inu I tin Uduc U In Miliiwtluu. IbUWanri, opionuultr lor tur your presence und money. Hlggln und Florence; for Dan- men, who wonl pay their debts, while uuo wUliln a Una tirm til Urm will U told for n.U, LWuilnoiia"4 two jvirl Willi Hog-set- t. Jil. Tin: rules of tho Mutuul Benefit Life ville, Hopklnson, Mustuluo undreceiv- their wives uru worth $100,1)00. "Be- liivriTiil luteixl llnMitioiitall,liiKur I, 'J", fore I would be an ugeut for my wlfo Mill iriiliv'of Mfdlux tills O. C. Vau.lrkla!, Tbu academy boj huvo N. J., repre- 'insurance Co., of Newark, uii ui adJma WalUi lliuuiurlllo, tented hero by Ho v. It. I). Mahony, uru ed a challenge- from tho freshman team I'd commit suicide," uld hu. "If mo wbo will tat orI'lftuuro InCarwulrruu tlm ,iTmi,, ,Ui luf you lh fanu. I probablo and my wlfo wero riding on a horse I'd less than those of any other old line of Centre College, und ll llutloutlll, Kj. Or AdiaCarulei'llelra, they will go there to pluy before long. want to bo In front." territory. companies operuted In thl Hi:o. Haunbs. Mr. Welch has a letter from Kev. Geo. O. Ilarnes which say ho hud to leave the church bo has been using nnd Is now holding forth in hi private apartments which can scat an audience of CO by opening tbe folding door. Slnco reaching Washington City ho ha held 101 meetings and say he ha preached with more of tho spirit of God and Miss Marie has sung the old songs sweeter than ever beforo though much the larger number of tho ser Ice have been held to less than a do, ii persons. Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. Tho gunboat Nashville will visit Pu. ducah May 10 on its return from St, Louis. They will sell you the right kind of TL'IININ'G PLOW and the best of FKItTILU Gov. Gen. Brooke has signed a dc ZEUS. Pee them before buying ts cree stopping and cock- fighting in Cuba, und Is considering another to prohibit rallies and lotter les. Col. Hugh D. Drcer, an soldier who served throughout the civil wur under Gen. Forrest, was run over and killed by a train at Bunton bull-ligh- Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. I FARMERS Who Have McCormack Binders and Mowers. W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. '1 house-keepi- ng HEN MI DRESSES White and Flowered Organdies, Persian Lawns, White and Flowered Dimities, India Linens, Beautiful Puffing, Braids, 8fc Our Stock is Entirely New JOHN P. JONES. Gentlemen? New Suit, Hat, Shoes, Shirt or Underwear, nc ItiO-od- d N hi i on mil-lluer- y I'urnl-nltur- ch SEVERANCE A SONS. smffimmfiEmsm$jm&m2m$mMt to Blue-Cras- s 111 1 1 lurtberla-foiuulloaia- HIGGINS & McKINNBY. ?' V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ffei'bUiii'rviA5' When not sopaid tSl'KIt YKAH IN ADVANOK aia.go "' C't- t No.W as,xa,AS"xlAawaj ir 1BM&I .Tfma tike A. an r. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ArrTlrcsat!tanrordat No. HI No. 4 Uaera Stanford it No. 51 .Write, at Kowlandal 12 w 2 30 Stanford i knoxvilleTivisioh. Ho. Ho. Ho.M tt Train join ( Norm as " " " n. a South !!.!- "- . - 12 7 p m 1 41 1 lu I Ti M For allll'olnti. RO'IUH TICKKT3 HOLD. IJl'm HA(U)AUF. CHECKED TI1U0UOH. For any Information enquire o( JUG S. RICE, Af,ent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND Frankfort CINCINNATI. M JAMKST. KOSK. James T. Uoso was bom near tho county scat of Mercer county, Kentucky, Jan. 110. 1843. Ho became u christian when ho was nbout 17 years old, uniting with the church of Christ nt Horen, near the old homo-steawhere his need nnd venerable father still resides. Ho was married Oct. 5. 1875. to Miss Sarah Ullon UreRor, who, together with tho six children born to tholr union, survive him. For a number of years ho was a, sufferer from Origin's disease, nnd after n violent Illness, lasting only a few, hours, quiet'.y fell asleep In the early morning hours of Thursday, April 20th, nt his home near Hustonvlllo, Lincoln county, Ky. The funeral services woro hold the following morning at tho Christian church, in Uustonvllle, after which the body was laid to rest In tho burial ground near that village Mr. Koso had been engaged In farming in Lincoln county for about 15 years, and the very largo attendanco at tho funeral services attested tho high esteem In which ho was held by tho entire community. As a friend remarked on tho d, sud-den, occasion, r. St., everybody had pcrfcctconfidence." In everything, "His word was as good as "" Georgetown JSSlDl .t husband, I A. M. and i 10 P. M. Paris ""- his bond." He was a faithful honorable IU " and connecting t OeonreFrankfort t 9.15 a devoted father, an upright, Uwn.lthQ .C..nJrchlng " """'jo'ski-- n.EWTuy. a. o. r. a. citizen, a steadfast, generous friend, an earnest, consistent christian. He united with the Christian church at Huston-vill- s, QUEEN & CRESCENT. when he removed to the commuTrains pus Junction City u follows: 4 11 p m nity to live, and for tho last few years 13 02 p m No. J North No. 1 South "4 " HSOam ?i?m of his life served as a deacon of tho " " So! Pn 112.1.0. " 600au congregation. Ilo wasainostchecrful, SOSpui "10 " Sii " 9 and 10 run no 1 and 2 do not slop. No. prompt and generous giver at all times thn Junction City to tho work of the church, and took a deep Interest In Its welfare. Ho was rewarded, in part, by having all his children, who are old enough, follow him into tho sacred fold. He was a genuine, christian gentleman, n man who "acted justly, loved mercy and walked humbly before God." "Ho rests from his labors, and his works P. follow him." 7 a. M. itwIlhQ. Aand C. fur-th- "He was a man In whom SHOKTKST KOUTB. J. n. Iiasiln. of Kwell. elves this for tho route of a proposed 11. It. commencing nt Hurgln nnd making Stanford one point. Cross tho L. V N. about tho Water Works, running West of Stanford on the back part of S. II. Hatigh-- . man's farm, making tho old Garvin or Myers farm on or near Ncal'ii Creek, about the church, and run to tho right of tho Sugar Loaf, striking what Is called Grind Stono Gap, near tho range of ihe knobs and ashort tunnel through tho main knob on to Green IUver and up said river until you strike tho Somerset and Stanford plko at tho old tan yard, near J. D. Bastln s, and then you aro on tho head of Iluck Creek not exceeding tlvo miles from Stanford and by tho tlmo you go tho sumo distance down Uuuk Creek, say 10 miles from Stanford, you will be some distance beyond tho lino where you would strike Buck Creek on the Fox's Gap route and save at least four miles of dlstanse and one half damages of interested If the people in this road will ride out to my house I can show them that I am right In this being tho best route for tho proposed road. A Clinton, la., family breaks the There are record for criminality. eight of them, Ave aro serving terms In the penitentiary and tho others, Including tho mother, aro in jail. right-of-wa- Sheriffs : Hotel at Auction. FARMOn FOR SALE TRADE. Sale On Snlurtlay, May 6, 1899, I'llOP-IIIIT- FOR TAXES. State andCounty Monday, May 8th, 1899. llctween the hours of U A. M , nnd 4 v i., at tho rotilt house door in Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., I will expose to the highest bidder for cash In hand to pay the State and County Taxes for tho years shown opposite the names, the following may he property, or so much thereof ntrceMary to pay said taxes. This list will be published once a week for four week and the names will disappear as soon as the tax and cost arc paid. Cost of advertising Sl.oO. STANFOKD DIST. NO. WHITE 1. fiM.irimlniwintry ilihkly willol I will ell at public nl mv HOTni. I'enlrsl AT McKINNKV ami all the llotiw oneay terms or trad fur fsmi 'ndlSerrnc. In a to W bold ami Kitchen Kiirnltiire. two ioi1 Milk traJe Ad.lreM llo t sisnti.r.1. Ky ?) Cows. cixmI lluggv nnd Harness, Cow and sans. ,. .asassjasajsjjaaaasawaawasjajyasi.a.aa Pig., Famllr liiire. Ae P. W. (lltl:F..N. McKlnnev IS lV WiidkWrom .pln.llirriiif;t'afrin lln tha MH.mil .,ntly-.- t .."'.W ","'." Kan Csnyl,nl JOHN II. MILLER U n candidate for the IiMature subject to tho action of the democrntlc party R. A. JONES, IMSNTIST, tin. ffl,'i, nf It,nrepiitative from the rountr of Lincoln, subject to the action of the de mocracy. Announce bl canilldacv for HON. M. F. NORTH to fSffirf ,.01'lt. Ky. W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Lnncnstcr. Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain Willi Vltallrrd Air. Olllce In the Now I MASTIC Pliyalcltn ance. In attend(TS Thnrnon llulldlnff. Okcof. Mike 1 lot. Carrier, Mary A. 1 sere Ilollic'aw A Menefeo 2 acres I'cikins, Slut 61 acres bal Spoonamore, K 8 U acres COUHtl'K. WiM)d, Shelby IN. 11.) 4 acres riTANFOH!) 65 DR. W. L. LOWDER, PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST, MIXED PAINT !M 1.15 . 0.05 .". 3 85 MOKINNICV, - KUNTUCKV. Compounded Prrorlptlons Carefullv Mpht. Nay or W.0m RoVa-iMade from pure cream of tartar. M Is tssde In a Urge nunilier of the mol desirable Shades. We have a large slock of TO FERMERS. 1.80 Gooch, William SO acre ..TO Carson. I'eadly (N. It) 1 lot I have on band and for sale 2 9" Mrs. George declares that her Ucker, Willinral lot MULES. 1.20 Is a warning given to designing Stewart, Hnrrl'on 10 acres d - 1 20 say too, that It Is en Hayden.TIm 1 lot one to a men. It Is'falr to Will sell from 1 'JO AUi couragement given to designing wo Hays, Wil lam J acre TESD AKD 5ALZ STABLE. 1.60 LIVZSY, Meyers, Jews 1 lot men. Louisville Commercial. 1 20 (ft)i31l . FOX, llo J33, Hiuvllle. Ky Tom 1 acie Middlelon. Georgo Wray, who says ho Is , has Ixigan, Mary 12 acres "O brought suit ugalnst bis wife, who is 10, Whitley, Cireen 5 acres A. S. -- . 1 J" at Columbus, Ind., alleging unfaithfulOil and Colors and are sure lo supply Surgeon CKAH OUCIIAKI) DIST. NO. 2. your want ness, as if the old fool could expect S0TWE - FORTY BROKE car-ltu- Strictly Pure White Lead, lO-'l- PRICE, Dentist, anything else. i 'vV rmmm v Adm John 1 50 ncrrs- - 217 Baking Powder Safeguards the food NEKDS NO BOOSTING. MR. MILLEIt THINKS OF HIMSELF. , inMin? In tho Back? Then probably the kidneys, J (To the Editor of the Interior Journal J.GcGIjAy UNDERTAKER! In Friday's issue of tho I. J. special and painstaking mention beems to be mnde of tho "comDllracntary letters tho i Hon. M. F. North is receiving froraj members of the last Legislature." Alum taking powders are the greatat Perhaps It may not appear egotistic . ., mcnicerj to health of the present day. -- . - . .UU1.I iiueuiu iu mm in mo democrats oi ri they may know Mr. North sufllclently aoeu amna won ox, naw took. well without this formal Introduction and may bo led to Inquire why It Is necessary just at this particular tlmo for him to need so much bragging on from abroad. I do not expect to be appreciated any where for "superior wisdom." I have long since learned how small any ono Is a good and Important lesson foranv man to learn, bat am glad ray modest and moderate capacity needs no special endorsement away from home. Allow me to again appeal to tho friends and companions of a long life time to confer upon mo this honor which I shall prize as the crown of my. old age. I have every assurance from your sons that they will unite with you And Dealer in In doing so. HAENE5S, 3ADDLEEY, &0. My life has been epent among you. My democracy will bear tho strictest KY. STANFORD. scrutiny. I was raised by a pioneer democrat. My faith has never waver- ed. Let me say in conclusion, I seek no "red hot race" for tho nomination in Juno or tho election In November. )ll"NMIIIJlllliWlflsBgto J. H. MILLEIt. Very respt.. In tho Chost? j ) Then probably the lungs. against alum In tho Joints ? Then probably rheumatism. No matter where it U, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old ; it must yield to Dr.Ayer'$ Cherry Haker, Smith 2 acres Illand, lien 71 ncrv-- t Huhrcar, John (JO acres Urock Green 70 acres hal Carson, J. W.5 ncrcs Delaney, Mrs. Kale 53 ncres Kdwards, T II. 500 acre hal Dyehomc, Gea. 1 lot Karris, Ilsnlicn 1G0 acres Hsmin, Johnson I). 100 acre Hampton, J. T 75 acres Jones. Mm V.. W. 1 lot King, William 2 acres hal Miller, William S. 50 acres Martin, Geo. (N. K ) 50 seres Noaks, Klliabeth 50 acres llneem. John 25 acres Smith, Geo. W. 10 acres Smith, Elizabeth i0 acres Smith, Mrs. J. L. 130 acres CBAn - 2.a -- . Stanford, Ky. tend them to S5 Olhcaofsr McKoWrU' Iru iiuiiuiua 2 75 1.15 Stora In tha Owilty ! Penny's Drug Store. - 4.i5 .1 BROKEN BICYCLES co,iamiu: TO Tin: UANvn.i.uirti.i 12 No. mTMrJM 1 10 SATISFACTION (It AltANTKBN. kv. J. S. MURPHY, A tent fc.r 0115 the -- 3.02 ... 7.31 3.45 SO MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Walter Tho Soamstross. A. A Wood Machine Co., nil a W - Plain and Pardonable fewliie Cuttlnx und Water Works it. Pitting a pKliUy 2.15 1.15 65 l.W) acat tba Lowry Grass Binding Twine, WI A Thooson CARD. my bain Iiuured In cheap and eRrtll' Mud l woith of which ., a. tar as II worth of Ihe irgulu alud. I hand! ali itAcnn.E sorriiiES a:jd Call on iu. and I sefaiss. - l."5 1.05 1.60 will sat you money. OIlCIIAhtl COLORED. the represented br It. Phenix Insurance Co.. rily adjusted. I J .OinU'llV.Turaerstllle.h.'y pectoral Plaster Immediately after appljing It yon feel itn soothing. aralng,itrength-enin- g power. It quiets congestion; draws out inflammation. Curtis, Wm.9 acres Delaney, Henry 3 acres bal ICice, l'ctu 1 acre Itoss,Mary4 acres . Itice, Andy 1 acre Rice, Mary 1 acre Welch. Wni. 2 acres HUSTONVILLK - 1.15 IS. Mahony, was promptly and satisfacto25 pleasure in 1 J. T. SUTTOW , Hrutonville, W take great Undortaker, - - Kentucky 6j recommending 1.90 agent. .30 2 25 tliu company and COOK, Its " OBVr.hU serf lews lo lh peopl ofWest Mtcala and Caasy eouatlM. ull stuck ol Co On, and Cua. laalwaysaa band. I D.B. Carpenter. Xlsnijer. j DIST. NO. 4. wniTt. Comnton. Ivl 2 acres Dnnran.ThoH 0 acres Glvens. MUsS. J 00 acre Vaught A Uuchauan U5 acres Wilkerson. L. 1. 1 lot bal Preston, W. G.2 acres HUSTONVILLK UILOK!. Qivcns, Adam 7 acres Ilrown, Ed 1 ncre Hurdett, John 2d acres bal Cloyd, John Hrs 10 acres Trice. MMchcll 1 acre Moreland. Hobt. 5 acres hal Morton, Annie 2 acics Powell, I!en 1 lot Tombs, J. S. fiacre s WII1TI. I - - 2 50 1.P0 1.05 Farmers Hank A 1.10 SuecrwortoThe same management Tni.l Coiupiuy cvnllnu and uuder ously fur T) tears. 3.35 Lincoln County MRS. U. D.HIMPSON, Pror.. National Bank. Kentucky. Lancaster, CapitslMirk, tl(,i. Newlv furnished: clean beds: aplcndsd 1 Mason Hotel nrst-cUs- a. ublo. Kvetythlni; meet all ttains. I'ortera b9 - l.W 2 17 2.17 1 60 I 10 It is a new plaster. A new combination of new remedies. Made after new methods. Entire! unlike any other plaster. The Triumph, of Modern Medical Science. The Perfected Product of years of Patient Toil. Placed over the chest It is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in tha treatment of all throat and lung affections. Placed over the stomach, it stops nausea and vomiting: over the bowels, it controls cramps and colic. Placed over the small of the back, it removes ail congestion from the kidneys and greatly (trenftLesJ weakness. For salo by all PruggUts. J. C. Ayer I'j., Lowell, Mass. J Solioits Your Bank Aooount. lio,lnd-,m- TO THE FARMERS All nattous aro leurntna; this lMon ! ' H ly Unelttlal aud pleaunl Imslnm relsllons wllljpro, HlltlOTtllLS niulual 2.17 2.50 Osborne Where other Farm Iniplc-tncnt- Succeed llln-d-'- Madamo Marcella Sembrlch, who Is to sing In two concerts of the Loulsvlllo Is now May Music Festival, May confessedly tho greatest operatic singer on tho stage, with the possible exception of Calve. She was tho undisputed seaMornhiK ami l'vening from Un- star of tho New York grund ooera Trains son last winter und spring, and yet tho Broadway. ion Station, 10th abd Do Ilesike brothers were in tho cast. PasacnKers desiring information and Hei engagement has been made at very rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, rubraku great expense. Iter trtumpns on mis and points in the far West, including should address tour rival thoo of Jenny Llnd. A single faro for the round trip to Loulsvlllo Frank J. Reed. Gen. Puss. Aft , has been eeoured on all mil- - j K. H. llaeon, Dis. Pass. Agt. and return roads during tho festival, i no opporGen. Mitr. W.1I. McDoel, tunity to visit Loulsvlllo will bo tho Charles II. Hockwell Traffic Mi;r. best of the year, and the greattst sing- The Favorite Line liQTyiSVTTiTiT 3.28 l.'JO WlllUii. '.10 J.J.J.b. Ow.ley, Sr., (ioK-hWilliam , A, W. Carpenter, W. Il.t.'uiuiulnf, 8-- WAYNKSHL'UG DIST. NO. 3. acres island, lien ISrock. G. A. 33 acres Carrier, J.is. W.23 acres Chipmau, Mrs. M. E.(N. II.) 160 ac. Cooluy, Mrs. Sarah II. I acres Grain, lleeklnh 10 acres Kuhaiiks, Iach Mrs 100 acres Faulkner, i: P. (N. K.) NO acres... Gains, G. S. 15 acres Gilllth, W. D (N It.) IbO acres Jeckle ,J (N It.) 40 acres Kemper, K V (N II.) 100 acres.... Nichols & llobbltt 1 neio Hector, Tom 33 acres Kol.lns, Win. 10 acres Reynolds. W. It. 60 acres Rowland. (1. A. 45 ncres Sims. K. M (N. It.) 40 acres Slaughter, HcrmiiiilN.lt.) 03 "tret Siirher.SlnglH acres Tubhs, David (N It ) 125 acres Vinson, Alonio 05 acres White, It. L. (N. It.) 75 acres Wilchcr, Jerry 27 acres Woods. J. IS 21 acres ;. Young, I). C 10 acres 71 WAYNESUUIIU . LW J. t l.yun, S. II. Mhanks J. 1'. Cah. CHICAGO. J. li. Owsley. (ll'IKDIW matrrlul that ited to Ix'tnc built of the money can Imv AImi Ulne fitted wltb the only perfect ltOM.F.K HKAKINOS In rW euce. usourlnj; at all tlmesll;hteat(lruftuiiil ulwavs binci.t life, A full line of repairs0.1U, To kept 011 bind. It now time to sow buy the 0borne iireiaro ground proin-rlIMm.' Ilurrowi, N'eourllay Tedder. 1 1 fall, iniot especially our nnd Mower. Their iwrfectlon la cred- l't 2.75 H. II. bhanks, l'resldeut; J.II. Dsr.tcy.Ca.liter; 1.03 W. M. lliUhl, Ami I'a.hler. 4.00 3 45 m PHASIC 1IOI.T.CI.AW Manfortl, Kr I.M 1.20 4.65 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOllK. KV. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stani'oki, Kv., In -- Vico-Prcs.- DEDICATION O 3 16 120 l'3 Capital Sleek S100.033. Surpltu, 117.320 TWICE - H - MBEK ers in America will appear I . In tho fcstl-vu- l. 1MB 15 CENTS. Owensboro Messenger. Twlee-A-Wee- k Edition. VREV WOODSON, Editor ItKU'AUI. OI (US 1 MEM'S Ft 111 ( VTAltllil 1IIAT CtlNTAIN.MElXl VA. A mercury will eurely utroy the neof miell a:xl completely ileran.'v the whole nyaleiu when entering it lliruiinh tho luucuu. .urface. buch ar. lick. ibouM never Iw uxl .Slept on pn scrlptlons the iiaiuv they will fruiu rcpulal'l phyiUlmii, Mltjly derive ilu li ten fold to tho good )uu ran fiuiu them Hall's l Jtanh Cure, iuiiuliturtl hy Toledo, I, J. Cheney A Uo..Internally .. contain no mer afllnt directly iiiry, and I. lakeo Ihvhloud and uiuroua tur(cv uf the .yitein In tle bujluf Hall's Catarrh Cure I sure you KetTolegenuine. It l taken Internally, and made In do, Ohio, l.y 1'. J Cheney A to. 'lelliiiunlali m m FAMOUS KENTUCKY MONUMENT AT 1HK National Military Park, AT 2 35 auda(aln 00 the Natloiial llauk ofhtaulord iu 2.50 ruri:anledastha First atllllal lliuk id huuford 1 76 -, has had prat 111 ally au uninterrupted eilst. In 2.75 eutefor II years. It Is Ullel su idled now will 2 10 buslneu prouiplly aud 3 00 ladlltica fur Iransaxlluf l(orelu lis Umf and honorahU thinner .75 This Institution orlitlnally MUldlihM as tba ! posit Hank of SUnford lu ISM. then reorganised as Ia Receiving ltl.s Fall Anil Vltitcr Cootls. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give I un until tho liemucratlc Will be Kilt to ny ddi MaltfConrciitloiilor r Iwttle, Nild hy UriijOfLU pylce Sc Hall's Family tills are the hot. a m CKMIM MAY At a terapcranco gathering during the recent campaign an orator exclaim Will Imp you pusled upon all phase of tha Lively every is. ed: "Tho glorious work will never bo . aue Address, em losluif IS inl In .tamp, or tulu. accomplished until the good ship temky. TIIK MKSShMiKU,Owirubru, perance shall sail from odo end of the land to the other, and with a cry of 'Victory' ut each step sbo takes, shall plant her banner In overy city, town Of Loxlngton, Ky. and village of the United States." Another speaker said that "All along Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. (he untrodden paths of tho future wo can see tho hidden footprints of an un- ;en hand". Harper's Hound Table. W Py Whll You Llv. Old Lies Cempinles Fay When You Die.. ONLY 15 CENTS. 3rd, 2.75 2.85 -- .35 2 30 2 75 I.M) 1.85 2.10 tarear. Accounts of ludlrlJusls, fiduciaries, II ruir lima Call. atd Indlt Idualssollclted. F. Held, Lincoln Co. tllHICTOSt. J. W, llsydeu, Stanfurd S. If. Ilaughuiau, Southern Railway TIIF. S.T. Harris, " J.S.IIocker, " W.P. Waltou (OI.OBII). 1899, lioone, J. N. 3 acres Wz Rates dFrom CINCINNATI and alt point la J. II T.P.HHI, " W.A.TllbUe, Colllar.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Ml.Verauu orricass, " ' SOW'S EIGHT CEEffiST PENKntATEsl SYSTEM. S. M. Owens, Sheriff. And wllllnir topay top price In cash for Chickens, Kgg. feather. Duck., Jt;;e, Olnw-ng- , Vellow Turke. all kinds, Copper, Itoot. lli--Iron Wax. uud Hide of Also will be In the luurkvt for wool. Hone. Sco mo anil get tuy price before .el ling, uud eel spot cash. Call ut my headquarters. l)iKit, blun-foPerrln A Pence' Olllce, iUOJlINSO Ky. M , O.Eluiort, Utauford. GREAT STATES J S. Jlicksr, President; A A J.J. MdteUrts Caihhr. KENTUCKY McKlunaT As.Utaut Cahler, Keutucky.l Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia North and South Carolina, Alubamu, Mhudaslppt. QUEEN AND via, tho CRESCENT ROUTE O. U af.ITCH.ILL. OI. raaa'r ChaUaaoog ., X.nn. . S. T, a Win-- rM.'r and Tlos.t JrlJ0,iOpAlJ lullrln lnefit. IIAKNKH WEAKEN, Orerfo0,UQlltviritin Aleut, Slaufgiu ky. A.SSllTUIWWMAN,Sy, Uilnglvn, Ky. li NKlllT AND DAY , The hutleit and uiliutirst llllle thing that ever was made it lr. Kluu s New l.il. Fills Every pill U isUi4ri'.aUMl Kloouleof health, that (haues weaaurs luto sirenfiu, usiiewimM into euergy, braln-fluto mental power They are wooderlul to I Ndd In bmldluj up the health. Only '.Uc hy lYuuy, l'ruiit. iVOIIKINIi CBAS.W.EKLL, Dl. rm'r All.. Cluolun.u, u. Laaimitoa, JCy. Aft. Jr At, lletweeu loulsvlllo aur) the South. Oliver Chilled Plow and Hepulr. .,..i... f,.tiiiw,i,.,. Iu,m1 In thu world. IXerlhK Itoll uud Hull lleurlog Hinder. i Deerluif Itoll and Hall Ocarina Mower. Mover lluckuourd und HuirKlf. Rack way between Louisville aud Ialngtor (Jurdcn Plows and Double fhovels. Will pay market price for Wool, Buck W. A. TUniC, O. V. A ,. to inv tilucc about Jan. t, WW. Owu- - furnished ury Jnie. i Wusbluiton, I), u. and any piece or r run eet him bv proving proiierty and 1.1 All kind of Furniture W. II, TAYLOR. A. O P A. e ilu...... inn want. Cull on lmyliig for his keep und advertising. Louisville, Ky a I. t). CAItPKNTKIt, UusTO.NViu.t, Kr. Jtl-- H S. W, UlVKNS, bbeluy Clly, Ivy. lira. TO FARMERS. Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS A Red Bull Calf