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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 5, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899050501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 5, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11I. NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FJUDAY. MAY MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. MIODLEBURG. . 189!). 10 A. M. NO. 19 LANCASTER. Dr. Jnuie V. tiuust Is tiniorury hciilth onicerof Louisville. Jmlu'o J. A. !hlillH ha bought nut V. Kirk Iloono'a Interest In the Va no County Hcconl The circuit Judgo of Lnurel liaa ordered tho county judge to liavo tlio public roads worked nt onej. It lectin to have been a mlttako about Mr. Jack Chlnn having to toll where' eho got hur property. Tho judge a motion torciiilro her U do so. Mr. James Klnnalrd, of Danville, lost by death a Hantam hen, which was ovt'r nlno year old. Until It wa seven year old It never failed to raUo three brood of chlckeni n year. Hoylc circuit court contributed 10 to tho population of tho penitentiary this term. Joo Hronston, for maliciously wounding hi wife, got H year and Sam Hawkln two year for chicken stealing. John II. Oakley, of London, has petitioned In bankruptcy, with notn if J7.0U0 and llabllltle of only iU00. The tep was taken to have certain claim Included In Oakley' assoU parsed on by tho United State court. A frolght car crashed Into the resi, dence of Wc.loy llobards, nt Harrod-burgIn which demolishing tho houo Kotnrds, hi grown son and daughter Gusslo were elecplng. All tho furniture In their reiecllvo room, even the bed they were sleeping In worodoraollshed, but the people were not hurt. do-til- At Mcohnnlovllle, X. , a man killed hi wife and then wounded him elf mortally. A new Michigan law require that partle must gel their license five day before thoy marry. G. W. Wall, a widower of an, and Mis Doslu Leach, 27, wcru married at John Sim' yesterday. Win. IL Perkins nnd Ml Annie Luntford, each 20 jear o"id. were married at John Lunford' yesterday. A man named Hermann killed hi wife, 12 children and a rough assort ment of relatives In Hrcslau, Germany, and only got 15 year. Ihe reMirt In renewed with even greater energy, ihat Fighting Joo Wheeler I about to marry Mr. Geo. Washington Child, of Philadelphia. Charles Howard, who weighs but M, wa married at Detroit, Mich., to Mis Mabol Hamilton, who pulls tho beam at .IS I. Ho looked llko a big doll beside her. Mrs. Harvey Swift, of Richmond, Ind., hai sued for divorce becuuse her husband Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. Fighting I again on In earnest In the Tho Ioyal Legion chone Wlnfleld Scott Schley commander. Tho bodlo of 252 oldlcr dead from Cuba and lWto I'.leo were burled with military honor at Arlington. Tho Loyal Legion ha fired Oen. ljigan, tho commissary general, who wu court marttaled and iiispcndvd. Col. Fred Funaton, of the 20th Kan-hha been promoted by tho prctdent to be a brigadier general of volunteer. Death from all caue during tho late war were ll.lUO, or 21 per cent, of tho total trcngth of 275,000 men. The lercenUgo of death la the army dur Ing tho first year of tho civil war wa calculation place the total expenditure of the treasury on account of the war with Spain, from the beginning of the war preparation In March of hut year up to tho present time, at I2;5,000,000. Forty-clgwar hlp arc now under construction for tho United Slate, Involving expenditure under existing M,XIj,i00 for contract aggregating hull and machinery alone. These vessel, whon equipped ready for sea will have cost over $50,000,000. Anew regulation on tho subject say: of marThe enlistment of ried men for tho army U to be dUcour-rje- d and will be permitted otly for ', jtno good reason In the public Interest, tho efficiency of tho crvlco to bo tho flrt consideration." It I ald that men with families are not near o good boldler a thoo without. Finding that the effort to secure a cessation of hostlllllo till Filipino Congres could bo convened, was an etlort of Algulnaldo to get a breathing upell to get logethor hi scattered army, tho American force resumed hostilities and Wednesday Maj. Gen. MaoArthur nasaultcd tho town of San (IS. An approximate Philippine. Toma, live mile northwet of Calum-pi- t, wero burning the und tho rubel town. Tho recruiting otllcer at Lexington, has just received order to enlist u number of while men for service In tho regiment now In tho 1'hlllpplno Island. These mun will bo sent direct to Sun Francisco a soon as they nro enlisted In Lexington, und from thoro thoy will bo sent direct to Thl will muko a lino trip mound tho world for able bodied unmarried men who want to see tho world. Such person should apply at tho Ollico In Lexington ut onco In order to gel in before It too late. Mn-nllug 1 d ItlX'ltUITrt IOUTUK 1'HIH ITINK.S. How Dous Landuam Know V Tho wire bustle and bird-cag- e hip worn by tho ladle are all right Is noti'il fur lu awn sight, clear and dls Hurt vision. So uro tliute (ivrsous who use when tho wearer know how to walk, bullierluud's KitKlu Kyu Halve for wt'uk vyt. but when ono walk like ho It hopping stjes, wiru t'jesof any kind or grauulutvd over clod, the now arrangement Hop lids, bold ut Tunny's at Si cents. up and down at each step like an Editor Knott ha u poor opinion of Only u few bis fellow-ma- n. Says he: So mo men Lancaster girl aro compelled to patch aro born virtuous, some men achieve out with such artificial arrangomentt, virtue and soma men have virtue thrust however. Lancaster Ilocord. upon them. Il i unnecessary to add .. had his that those who aro born virtuous ure Old Ciiahi.hy Moouk ha two-yesontenco for sending obsceno also born dead. tm s literature through tho malls, cut down WC1K EYE AIIKMADK STIIOMI, McKlnley. Dire vtaluu luado clour, stye removed aud to six month by President gmnulalid lid or sure vyt's of any klud ueu liar kimm tun vn speedily und effectually cured by tlio ue ut Wu Iks Ull tbil lilt (I. II. SWaJman of Newark, tiutlierhtud's Kjigle Kyo Halve. It's put up hurrluls Hirers In tubes, uud sold on guuruutcu. For Mlcb. lu lbs Clill Wr. Il rimea Tneu liik thai ui trratuieut tiell foi W JeareCuts, llrulaM, suit at Penny's Drug btort Ariilin bal i urnl lilm I urea Iru's b llurue, IWIIe, IVIous, Uinu, rklu Kruptloue, lint Mr. Hal 1'. Heudley, a Lexington earth, it tanle a ton. Curt guarau. Inl. Hold 'iy Itmar, lruUl. society leader, will refuse to entertain Greenup voted out saloon 87 to 82 tho Perry Holmonts when thoy visit Mr, Heudley' stock farm. after a hot contest. pump-handle m hunting and doc not provide support for her. Tho celebrated glas eyo divorce case ut Cincinnati ha been dccldod against Know, the husband, tho court holding that Mr. J. C, Colllnsworth, for 15 year u facial or other physical blemishes were leading merchant of this place, but who not grounds for frauds In marrlago reconily sold his stock to MItchel Tay contract. lor, moved to hi farm near Bethel When a woman want to get married Tuesday, where he will K)e as "Farm I u' Japan and nobody ask her to, thl erJohn." Mr. Butler, who lived across Is the "ad." that sue Insert in a matrithe river, moved to McKlnney Tuesmonial paper: "I am u beautiful woman, 'with cloud like hair, fiowery face, day. Many of our people u 111 avail themwlllow-llk- o waist und crescent selves of the opportunity to hour SenaI havo enough property to Win. Goobol cither at Stanford walk through life hand In hand, gazing tor Monday or Huatonvllle that night. It at (lower In the day and the moon at night. It thero I a gentleman who Is must be admitted on ull sides that the race is a close one. Our county chairclever, learned, handsome, and of good man Is u Goebel man, but life rank and taste, I will join with him for life and file ure for Hunlln -- but here's toSlone. share the pleasure of being burled In Drummer McJones, of tho Middle- the samo grave." burg band, come In for tho blue. He Gen. Leonard Wood, the military governor of Santiago, ha Issued a de- wait out hunting Saturday evening for only a short while, but ho returned cree that all marriages contracted with seven squirrels, three red foxes before the regular representative of any rrllciou body or sect shall be legal (dead) and one ullve. He killed the foxes at ono shot. They were upon registration at the city registrar three wrestling at tho time, and the one was tlon ofllcc. Marriages contracted dur presumably trying to part tho two, but Ing the last year In any manncraccord- lng to tho rules of any church or before Uro. Jones' shotgun soon parted them. competent witnesses shall also bo rec- Ho then captured a mate to tbem. Any ognized a legal upon registration. This ono wishing to buy the pelt will please correX)nd with the ubove gentleman. sots asldo tho old Spanish law requiring the sanction of the Iloman Catholic Tho foxe wore young one. Tho writer received a letter on the church to make marriage legal. The 2d inst. from Koberl Hall, of Co. D, 22d mornew law will validate nearly 3,000 ally truo marrlige that were entered Infuntry, now doing service in the into by Cuban during the war with Philippine. It wa mailed at Manila, 11 a. M., Mar. 14, being just seven Spuln. week en route. Tho 22d regiment Is disAn Incendiary, supKsed to be a In the famous "Wheaton Brigade," charged servant, llred Gen. Wade which did gallant service in the Paslg, Hampton's residence In South Caroli- and later near Malolo. Hall wrote na. Ho wa the first to discover the that their firing lino was only 20 miles tiro and buckling on hi cork leg, and loog, and that tho boys laid on It ull gathering up tho sword of himself, hi tho time. He hud to cut his letter father nnd grand fathcr,cscaped. There short, from tho fact that tho regiment were family jewels, plato and priceless got orders to go on the tiring line ut old book to save, but ho did not at- once. Hall of tho stuff that ho so tempt to the house till be justly mado former Kentucklansfamou heard the cries of a pet colllo dog that In war. Ho would stand up und battle wa about to bo cremated. In hj ef- u dozen Filipino. C. C. forts to tare the dog ho mado a be MILLIONS OIVKN A WAV. says, two more despcrato efforts than to know over In battle. In tho loss of the llnest of It LmUtuIr Ink'ratlfrlnif whothe nubile uue eoun.ro are not afraid to be Ibe laud llbrarv In that voctlon, Gen. Hampton Kruerou to the netslj and sunVrlht;. The proprietor! ullir. King's ew Dlicoirerjr lor Coutuiuilon, sustained a severe blow. The house, coup, tun turn. uairKi'tn awayorrr irtimiiuou the Southern Cross, was of peculiar value trial liotlles of tufa great Itmedicine; and bate iir.it utiafattloii of knowing bai atmolutelr taee. Aithuia, llronruitU, to Its owner, having been bulk by his thousand of hoieIifldliwai of lloarHunaand all 'Ihrujt, 1 beat old slave from the wreck of the man- and l.ung.are aurelf turrd li) Itthe Cull on lYuujr, lruggll,andgt free Iris) bottle, sion burned by the Union urmy. The Sue nnd 1. I.ierra tattle guaranteed, lingular alte or prke il.il generul I now til. wa A Now York judge decides that per iiitAVi. mi;n i a i.i. kUiii.toatumirh. llirr and Uduey troulilraa K)llcIe son holding endowment In Irvl tbf rreulla lu line ul wrlls ounifu, an.lslt ai.iNftlU, iNiitoui In the Wuo.1, luckaihs urrfuus- - Now York Life companies must receive ...v... iiiiirw. iuiiiu.h w i returns bated on the totul surplus ol itm, nrai ii. LUtrn lutf Hut Ibfrs no iii.I tu Ml tike tlial luj. H Harilurr, I.Ullllf. luj. llrmi)i "lUlr-trl- i the company Insteudof ustutcd Krtlon. llillrri anJul tliv tiling (ur a mau wbru Is Hu says that contract call for It, Thl It all run itiwu,aiil ilon't cars whrthr Its Ihra tir ills It illil mora tu glie inn iivw irvni;th and uud jodapitltetluu anyll)lii) I i'vfiild tats. I cau m;uns millions for policy-hold- er iiuw rat au)thluK and lute a new leawi un life." will work it revolution In iniurunce Ouljr .Vlre'.liat IVnuy'a I'm More. t'.trj circles If sustained. It Is stated that pilars uleel. thu surplus of threu principal Nuu ocAn old tlmu tiddler' contest will York companies amounts to nearly cur ut Benton, May 25, Violinists will l 10,000,000, which muy bo divided. not be permitted to participate, the I'ATAItllll Intention being to interpret only the IIKWAIti: HI' WNTMUNTS FOIl III. 'IHAT VMAI.Mi:iU.'l work of masters us found In tho mercury will aurely ilealruy the aenaeof iiucll At tue wuois ayaieiu wueu "H 1 Uroke Loose in Geor- aua completely urraugumucoui aurfacea. buch ar .uterliu It tbrouilh the gia," "Dan Tucker," "Leather Breech- llilea tboutd never Uwowd emvpt on lir,scriilions aa Uaiuaxe they will froui reputable es," "Snowbird on tho Ash Hunk," etc. do la ten fold topbytUlaua,you the poatbly Uerlre the good tail froui thtui, Hall's latarru Cure, uiauutailured by r',J.Cheiiey A Cu.,lolelo, O., eoutalua no merTllk IlAIILK, HI Ml or ALL 1)1111)9, Internally, directly upon eye-bro1 er Lot-li- e m soul-stirri- sonds moat of hi night fox Thero I n now baby nt W. P. Wesley', .(nines Cloyd went to Hurnslde lat week to sco hi brother and to lUh, While Jerry Thompson wa jointing shingle nt Cephas Ilastln's mill, by tho bursting of u shingle his hand came In contact with tho jointer and as a result ho Is mluus thtcoof his knuckle and ha n very sore hand. If George V.. Stone could bo induced to make tho race for the Legislature, bo could easily be elected nnd would bo tho mot clllflnnt member tho district ever had. The people, regardless of iwlltlcs, ought to nnni Initio him and ho could not well refuse to make tho race. Rev. Gnorgo Greene, pastor of the Itnptlst church, will have a regular nt Illue Valley school house on Knob Lick, on tho 4th Sunday at.1 o'clock. He? will probably preach occasionally for Calvary church during tho summer. That church hu been without a pastor since I5ev. SImcrsklp. ped tho country a yew ago. T. S. U. Judging from nn urtlclc In lust week' Paragon, Pulasklun wilt have black berries to ship this year. All the brier were killed In Cuscy und there wont be any berries at all this scasou. Uut then Pulaski Is further South you Tho city conncil ha made a formal Ily Injuring In the Old llelinble invitation to the O. A. It. to meet horc. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, II A. B. Mnrksbury, who has hand A.M,1 1)01)1), President. led more wheat than any man In tho Act, Market Value, 107.09(5,002.40; Surpltn, county, believe tho wheat In Garrard I'O.OOO Ordinary Life Plan, age 35, In the Mutual Benefit, Annual Premium $200.00 will not mako half a crop. Ho attri" " Mutnnl Llfe.N.Y. " " 1278 50 butes the fact to tho hard, severe freez- JH',000 ' " "" " NorthwcMorn. " $10,000 " " J279.50 es. " " " New York Life, "'" " " J281.10 O. B. Perkins (old to McCarley .t 10.000 " " "" " " Equltabe, $10,000 ' " $281.10 Lawson 71 tecrs for July Th Mutua' Benefit Policy la Nnn Forfeitable, has Cash Value, Loan Value. Taitl nod August delivery nt 11.00, and Up Insurance, nnd Extended In.nrsncc that works automatically. Dividends to samn party, lamb for Juno payable at the bsgtnnlng of the second, and of each succeeding year, and may bo are us delivery at fi.lo and next at 5c. Ho also ed to reduce premiums or Increase the Instiranco Every member of the Mutual Itenefit Is sure of flr. lihernl treatment under alt, sold to S. Morgan 22 fnt hogs at Wo. Hon. Wood G. Dunlap, of Lexington, circumtfince, nnd no matter what happens ho will get his money's worth In insurance, for it i all put down In Ulnck and While "IN THE POLICY " For InformaI hero this week superintending the tion or rntes npply to K W Smith V Co., State Agents, 512 W. Main St., Louisville, erection of a handsome monument over Ky"r B. MAHOIMY, Agent, Stanford, Ky. the graves of Gen. nnd Mr. W. J. Landram. Judgo M. D. Hughes has returned from Irvlno und Is ready to ,Q Hats. wait on his clothing customers. II. K. Mcltobert wa In LoulsvlllotbU week. als. The chief survoyor of the Southern Hallway Company will do In Lancaster within tho next two week to look over tho proposed routes. A meeting of the Best line of tbee goods in State Meu's, Hoys' nnd Children's CLOTHINC. Commercial Club appointed committees Better values al lower prices than evor known. Fine line of Work Gloves. Cull and sec our goods. Imported Fancy to make all necessary arrangements for conducting the party over tho lines. J. M. Farra and A. T. Anderson will Includes our II. S. .V M 1S and 20 Suits SILK SHIHTS; FINE SHOES. probably go the entire distance from Burgln to Middlesboro with the party. They go on horseback, tukinc: a tent, J. L FKOHMAN A CO . cots, nnd enough provisions to lust three week. Mo. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Cnpt. and Mrs. F. J. White were married 50 year ago yesterday. The captain refused to celebrate tho occasion, a he doe not believe In the flourish of trumpets. He said early In the week thnt he wanted no presents nnd would fend out no invitations. We . ld -- SAVE YOUR MONEY CRASH FELT IN STRAW HATS. WORSTED SUITS, -- ;TH E f ) S5 1CASH. GLOBE.i-(- Telephone i I I & know of no more nnd couple than the captuln and his estimable wife, and together with their long list of friends, we join In wishing them many more years of the happiness and good health they are now enjoying. Ilecord, 4th. God-lovin- g God-scrvl- LADIES! I I See our line of churchesTnoTreachers, A handsomo Methodist church will bo built at Kimble, Russell county. Bishop Key will hold the Louisville conference at Glasgow, Sep. 6; the Ken SLIPPERS. Tey Are Beautiful, ft tucky conferenco at Carlisle, Au. HO. "I object to the saloon keeper because ho make a living the same as a louse, off the bead of the family." Sam Jones. The Kcntucklan says that Klder .. T. Sweeney's meeting at Paris .has had 42 additions and Increasing In interest and power. Wyckliffe'a English Bible, known as the Bramhall manuscript, from the Ashburnbam manuscripts, was sold In London for 1,750. Sam Jones describes himself as a cross between a blllygoat and a mule and the Louisville Times says for once ut least he strikes tho bull's eye. Hev. Thomas Sugg, lately convcrte to Mormonlsm, left Vanceburg last week for Utah. He goes a an advance to a colony which will leave in a few 1 I OT ttV They Are Good, I They Are Cheap, g Quality considered. In i Southern Ties, Cypress Shingles. A-CsSlNE, Oxfords and Button. , Mark, Tan and Patent Leather. H. J. M'ROBJERTS. Iron Fence. f days. Miss Elizabeth Planklnton has offered $100,000 toward a building for the Young Women's Christian Association, Milwaukee, on condition that a good STANFORD, KY. Mill Work. Metal Roofing. site t secured. In tho Pittsburg Presbytery meeting Hev. A. D. Carlisle created a sensation by declaring: "If my wife was assault ed und murder committed as In tho STANFORD, ICY. Georgia case, I would cheerfully pull William Shelton, President; Principal; Mrs. Nannie S Pautley, tho rope." Miss Mattio Paxuiti, Mathematics mid Physical Science; Cynthlanu Christian church resolved Miss Eudin Axteil, Primary Uepartinrni; Sundav to build u new house of worship to cost between 815,000 and $20,000. Tho present church, built In 1S07, needs Improving und enlarging Insomuch that a now ono Is thought best to have Miss Ellen llallou. Stanford Female College. Mut-l- r Depititinent; MIfs Mary llubhitrd, Art Department; Mies Mm's Hu luu, Klortiiiou and Physical Culture; , Mi8 MhcIo J, Murtin, lloardinK Departiuent Pari Kcntucklan. Slgnor Gulseppu Campannrl, who sings In tho Louisville May Festival I tho concerts, to be glvon May foremost of operatic baritones. Other male singers will bo Myron Whitney, Jr., Georgo Hamlin, Clarouco Shirley Evan Williams nnd Gwyllm Mile. Tho women slngors will bo Madam Mrs. Josophino Jncoby, Misses Sara Anderson, Blanche Towln and Anna Lohblller. Mis Xudlo Harris will bo the pianist. ThojL. & N will give halt rates. Sem-brlc- Four Fast Trains TO... Mm clfailMNATI S POINTS Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA h, ... YEAIU. 4 trilnivry wick-Jj- y 0 trains every weekday "5 veunt with a couch, uud 3 tliu on SunJay 4 traina on SunJay to INDIANAPOLIS! liuudredaot doll ure wltli doctors and spent Nld by Ilrugglalt, uylce Sc r Iwltle. (or medicine to no avail uutll I used ur. Vcatlbulcd trains, StamUrd ami Compartment llall'a t'auilir 1111a ais His UL remedy Till Hell' blei4iig Cars, l'arlor Cars, ami Cat Diuing Cars. weak lunir stroug. It lias saved my The National Woman's Suffragist makesJ. II. Ko.eli, Urantaburg. III. life. Association In session at Grand Ilaplds, Tho Southern is now the 3rd largest Mich., like to have broken up In a row. yAWiVVieiVaV.'WiViiWi'i A colored woman from Michigan offer- railroad corporation In the country. .i.WiiWwi.wiViVi'J v h mmmm O . i! ed a resolution demanding that colored With tho addition of tho South Caroliwomen In the South be permitted to na & Georgia, 38.1 milts, and North Ala. s rldo In sumo cars with wblto women. abama from Shellield to Birmingham, "l nr Mis Laura Clay, of Kentucky, warmly 100 mtlos, Its grand aggregate In miles 5 5sif8i,;-ll?"ltai?2 -- u attacked thu resolution as an Insult to foots up 0,108. Tho Pennsylvania & ;xs Southeru whito women. Aftor a warm Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fo roads are debuto the resolution wa thrown out tho only ones that surpass Its score. lf?I a SS:-fi- " . H aa. m as lending to crouto factional feeling. D7Ja iriJr-tVUllKIMl NKIlir AND DAV i bo a ro 7m LUKO IIIIIITATION. ?f- HU Tin l'Ulet and tulzblleat little tblug tkat ttrr at B was It the forerunner to consumption. Dr. la mads U 1'r. tlua New Life I'll lathatKvery fill changee glvliuleof health, civ ) M2r will cure It. aud weakores lute atreuilti Uatleaaueaa lulu euergy, IKiU' give such strength to thu luugt that a cough bralU'fa( lulo lUfUtalijer. 'Iheyare wonderful P'a.srn bulloTuor a cold will not settle there. Twentj live tbe health. Only lc wr bo J. Nil J aimm tTfTTTrn ffttttttmttttm cents at Penny's Drug Store. by IVuuy, COUU1IKD cury, aud la taken aclluc the blooil and mucous aurfacuaof tut ayileiu. In buying llall'a t'atarrli Cure lie sure you get Ihe genuine, II la taken Internally, and ma L) lu Tole. Uj, Ohio, by I'. J. Cheney A Co. Tesliiuonlill w a 4 trains every weekday, 3 trains on Sunday. IMllman and Wagner Rletptrs Vntlbulet! on unlit trains. I'arlor Cars outlay tralna. sa ire. I suffered ii to CHICAGO Ssi? ::5ns.rsxr air- iM f3 Sr ' ag ?E iiWAWyWaVm BjMto m ?lshrp r;n 5?r- s52- 5H5C! U augar-oale- d IHS isf men it li a ;.ii3 ii- 111 - lrult. U m HS I X S) M tr "" 1 : r N im . atMsakatjAAau ii4Uf ?,i grr-"- ' 'i The Kentucky monumont nt n, Chick-amaug- s I Ic PreA Jury decided that tho Fidelity DeLightning struck nn oil tank at W. Va., and burned 110,000 posit Company, sureties for Cashier J. was dedicated with Imposing M. MoKnlght at $10,000, must pay tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL corcmonlcs In tho Drcsenco of a vast worth. Louis T. Koblsso, tho cmlnont sculp bond. throng and tho o0 gorgeous colonels W. H. Dillingham, of Louisville, has Col. tor, died In Norwood, a suburb of Cln May 5. 1899 who accompanied Gov.of Ilradley. taken tho bankrupt law, with liabilities Kv., Stanford, tho commis- nlnnnlt. T. II. Hays, In bohalf Moro stamps wcro Issued In April nt$2:l,(fl5.iVUnd awcts ni f.lirt. Tho sion, mado a fitting speech In tendering secuhed Indebtedness amounts to $223,-tho monument to Kentucky's governor than ever before, 401,223,2(10, tho value W. P. WALTON. to $28,55.1. Mr. nnd and when ho had concluded. Miss being $7,581,010. Robert Franklin, of Paducah, foil Dillingham was one of tho wealthiest Chrlstlno Hradley pulled tho cord that while asleep and ro men In tho city at one time. THE republlcnn convention at Rich" unveiled tho memorial. In a lavender from his buggy Peck's Sun, tho humorous paper that Injuries. Trices like these lmvo eloquence words can not give. nominate a candldato for rail- gown, trimmed with white lace, and eclved probably fatal mond to Fourteen-year-ol- d Itaoliaei McLean, suspended 10 years ago, Is to bo rcvlv- was a red hot ono. wearing a largo whtto hat, she was a Summer Corsets 21c. A sic to nee them, worth double road commissioner from eating hem- ed by Georgo W. Peck. During tho John D. White was tho flro brand anil picturo of beauty." Gov. Dradley re- of Lexington, died Interval tho humoiht has been mayor the money. gathering llowers. ho warmed things up, especially Col. ceived tho shaft uul tnado a moil elo- lock root whllo of Isconsln ,V Hon In John Robinson s circus of Milwaukee, governor IMiik mid Hluo Lace Trimmed short waist Corsets only blm pretty quent speech, paying tributo allko to Colson. who camo back at a man In Portsmouth, O., and add president ot a patent medicine 18c. savagely. A general row was narrowly tho bluo and gray. It was ono of his sprung at company. Ho Is now returning to nis hi faco otT. averted, tho session finally ending In best ctTorts and was longly and loudly turn nil of one slilo ofAustin, N. C, Is old lovo. Ladies' Corset Covers, plain e. Hiram Harvoy, of Tlnsley was applauded. In ncccpting tho monuan uproar. Judge J. II. and lias nover smoked, LAND AND STOCK. made temporary chairman, a victory ment for tho secretary of war Gen. OS years old Embroidery and Lace trimmed Corset Cover only 'Joe. sworn an oath. for Jotin C. Wood, John II. Wilson, a Doynton said; "Wo behold tho full chewed, drnnk nor $2.10 at a sale In AnderCorn sold at "WASIIAHLN FAHUICS. Tho famous asbestos mine at Sail Culton man, moved that each candldato fruition of tho fudamcntal Idea upon county, Georgln, was son. Many new ideas are being shown in this department this be permitted to name a representative which the park was established, name- Mountain, White Loughbrldgeboughtt'O.OOO pounds of $200,000. on credentials, but It ly, absolute Impartiality as to monu- sold to British engineers for on the committee week. Negroes stole a copy of tho Klks' hemp In 1'iijtttc at $5.15, was voted down by an overwhelming ments for opiwslng armies." Uoynton E. P. Woods bought of various par lodgo nt Cincinnati and Pique, beautiful variety, colors and ligured. Good valmajority. Judge Tlnsley then made spoiled his speech by eulogizing Sec ritual from a lodges right and ties two car loads of fat bogs at We. Tho committee was retary of War Alger and Adjt. Gen. arc organizing colored the appointments. G. I). Hoone sold to J. II. Haughman ues at loo, our price only 10c. out two days In a wrangle, during Corbln, speaking of them as true pa LTho National debt less cash In the A Co. Mi barrels of corn at tho crib at All colors in Xear Silk lining. Inc. Moreen SkirlinSHic. which a motion was mado to discharge triots and able olllclals whom political $1,172,557,251 , an $150. finally reported, enemies were trying to drag out of of treasury amounts to Ladies' Dress Skirts, fancy and solid colors. D3o to .?". It for Incompetency. It during the month of April of Tho Bate farm of 211 acres, four Senator Hlssem, of Newport, was mado fice, for which of course ho will receive Increase Get-onStraw Sailors, loe to 7oe. of our miles up the river from Louisville, sold permanent chairman and tho balloting reward. Gov. Candler and Gen. Jas. $2.1,081,701. from the small-po- x at $15:1. The only death MKN'S WKAK. began. The vote on It was: Wood, Longstrcct occupied scat beside Gov. B. P. Saunders it Co. sold to Joo so prevalent In the State Is reported 293; Culton, 120; HuiT.SS: Dychc. 101; Dradley on tho platform and the GeorgColored Collars, big loo quality, our price Hie. Kllzabethtown, Wm. Bunnell, a Burrus HO SKX) ound steers at $12.50. Deglcy, 23; Dixon, 22; Conway, 0J; Din- ian who bad come to dedicate tho mon- from Sayings. young mechanic. X.c'lii:ce Shirts :fu. Striped Silk front Shirt .Wy. 21; Cole, S. After ument erected by that Stato to Its Ungus, 18; Stallard, Tho Climax says that cattle sold at Dewey Day, May 1, has been mado a Undershirts for men, bleached, only loc. tho sixth ballot the hindmost man was ion and Confederate dead, treated holiday In California. Tho day Richmond court day at 4 to Co; heifers dropped nnd Wood won on thoSth. Tho tbo Kentuckians with much courtesy, legal t.uj lfinrulu. nil 3 to4ic. . L.ADIKS' MTSL1X rXDKKWKAI.. more i resolutions endorso tho administra- making the whole occasion a pleasant was celeoraieu J. C. Bailey sold to W. B McKlnncy over tho country. Drawers, Hemstitched Tucked Kulllo, 'J.'ic to $1. tions, State and National, condemn the and a memorable one.' A sister of Henry Hicks, of Clark. and Dr. W. N. Craig a phirton pony Spanish service law and state that what is civil lVtlieoats, HeuMitehed and Kinbroiderod, vllle, Tenn., dreamed she saw him fall for $12.50. POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. known as tho Gocbel election law is Sal-leday Dr. Steele Bailey sold to John between cars and killed. Tho next Flounce, extra good values, f()e to $1. regarded ns tho most infamous piece of Herbert W. Bowen, of New York, identically In that way. of Somerset, a Jersey cow and ever perpetrated upon a free has been appointed minister to Persia. ho was killed legislation Xear Silk 1'ettieoats, fancy and solid Skirt?, 7oe to. 1.;"(. Mrs. Virginia Uasscl, of Stockton, heifer calf for $V. people. 'The light of the republicans Gerald T. Finn was nominated by tho Cal., shot Mrs. William Hickman to The Hour trust, with $25,000,000 cap!-ta- l A big line of Fancy Colieu :?Ae. Yd. wide Percale-- oc. In the coming campaign Is evidently to democrats for representative In Frankand a capacity of 311,000 barrels a latter slept and then death whllo tho Yard wide Hleached Cotton only Ic. be made against that law, but It will lin. used the weapon on herself with fatal day, has Won formed. cut no Ice. The democrats lovo It and will nominate a democratic Yard wide bleached cotton, five from t!iieli, only lie. Madison The horse and mule market In Cuba its author for the enemies It has made candidate for representative July .1, by result. During tho year jut ended, the col- is said to be Iloodcd, but there is a good Good heavy IJrown Cotton, yi I wide, lo. by tho old time delegates named by precincts July 1. and will endorse both $12,203,-243.0demand for milk cows. lector at Louisville took In majority. Three yard Lace Curtain, onlv o0e. Gen. John B. Castleman says no Internal revenue, an Increase of John B. lVter shipped yesterday other regiment but tho one at Louis about $1,000,000 over the collections of car load ot May to Lexington at js and CAUPKTS. "Iranian tooteth not his own horn ville shall bo called "First Kentucky." ouo to Plnovllle at is 50. last year. the same shall not be tooted" was not ' Hig line Ingrain Carpet and Matting. at PJie to o0e. Hon. Hoke Smith, after a season of Manuel, the favorite, won tho Derby Phil Chlnn sued the Bell Telophono written of the Lexington Leader That political repose, has bobbed up as pres- Co. at Lexington for $10,000 because It by a length, Conine 2d and Maio.ld; CLOTH I XG. paper made a modest little notice of lis ident of the National Sunday School v,... mm ntT ftr tbo collector oau time 2:12. Ho wus backed down to 1 the thing for warm weather, loo. Hoy's Knee Pant., 11th birthday, but it did not end there CZTJ Association. been to see him and found him out of to 2. Adair News notes tho sale of The Herald, which Is published in tho Tho Men's Cotton Pants, :i$e. Men's Caimoro Pants, J)So. J. W. Catron, who represented those the city. same house and seems to be strongly has been nominated counties In lStt3-In hogs at .1 to .1e, butcher stuff ut 2j to Thi pant is a good value at $l.f(). Wo can liv you up a A Stuto convention Is to be called connected with it, umblllcally and poby the republicans of Wayne and Clin- Georgia soon to discuss criminal assault 3le. vearllne- steers at $20 to i.u anil a litically, takes up tho refrain and sings JtH). Suit from ?2.!)f to jslloe. shorthorn hull at ton for representative. and lynching. Tbo object Is to recom pcans to It loudly and longly. It doesn't Dorrey Gnlddust, the producer of lino Gov. Worthlngton only pardoned mend changes In the laws that will tailkV double atent tip Oxford 50e. Men'i fine Shorn tHe. Mr n" low cut Shic a Roberts and Its say a word of Editor Eastern and combined roadsters, unex $1. three life termers the first day of his facilitate justice. paper that most of the fraternity will lists for Men ami Hoys. celled for the road or market, will rauko We kiep a full line of hold on the machine in Gov. Bradley's In a saw mill explosion near not endorse, but the tho present season at $10 to insure. F. Barret McKnlght and Kffle Reid. papers for absence from the State. lovo exhibited by the two A primary to nominate a republican Whllo each other Is liable to make people candidate for representative In Adair McKnight were killed, John Heavy rains havo fallen throughout was mortally injured and T. T. Mc- Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Nebrasauspicious. will be held tomorrow. The candidates Knight seriously hurt. ka, where a drouth has prevailed for THE Kentucky People is the name of are Roy Yarberry and Dr. L. C. Nell. Moro than 100 families, aggregating T.D. KANKY, Manager. G"jn. Wat Hardin led the democratic nnnrlv 1.000 persons. In the Polish dis some time, April having been tho dry-ejust started folio newspaper a In many years. Hards-towyears atPerryville by Woodson May, who hosts to an inglorious defeat four trict in Chicago, were left homeless by The lamb crop In Colorado this year Branch atorei at Kliiabethlown, Klklon, Owrn.boru, She byvlllr, Versailles, Hopklntville, Madisonville, Morgauficld, OVorgaiown Ky , ClarksTille. Tenn. modestly prints his own picture In the ago. Can the party alTord to choose fire. Eighteen buildings were burned will bo the largest ever known. Last Initial number, which by the way him for a leader again? Owenton and three children perished. fall was most excellent for breeding shows him to be a pretty good looking Herald. was raised In tho case ol a The point and ihoso who knew how to take care Mr. Pulltzer.of the New York World, sort of a fellow. The paper will advoconvict sent up for life on a third con- of their ewes during the past hard win-to- r, announces at London that Mr. Bryan viction cate the nomination and election of that the offenses roust have will enjoy a reward of this care. Bryan and blow early and late for free will be the nominee of the democratic been in Kentucky and Gov. WorthlngG. A. Swincbroad bought of R. H. 10 to 1. Tho first party in 11)00 and will bo elected if he ton commuted tbo sentence according- sliver at the ratio of A hrgo assortment of good Wall I'apcrnt Ic, 3c. Cc Tc mil So er roll (o elect Sharp, of Powell's Valley, a load of from at the store of number has more Harrodsburg news drops the free silver platform for one cattle at 4; sold to J. B. Hublo30 stock W. S. Miller, father of W. S. Miller, than the home production, but the against trusts and Imperialism. A Western Senator, whose natno Jr., manager of the Wlllard Hotel.died cattle at II and bought at Harrodsburg report is branded as false that the paMonday 51 cattle, calves to 2 year-oldper is to be an addition of the Sayings must eventually come out, is said to In Louisville in tbo 84th year of his at $ls to $25. Danville Advocate. havo lost $72,000 at faro In New York ago. Ho was stricken with paralysis town. of that sale at Chlca We aUo haiiR Wnll I'aiK-- at 5crrollliy the init cOuiiK'trnt men nd carry cv- At tho in one night. his death and never 21 hours before rrv inintr n inc go Marlquc, by Expedition, brought A later dispatch says that tbo loser rallied. THE democrats of Baltimore assert$1,050; Terentla, by same, $500; Ned They was Senator Walcott, of Colorado, who ed themselves nobly Tuesday. Fletcher Holmes, ol urownsviue, elected their candldato for mayor and Is another instanco of the fool and his Tenn., thought ho heard a burglar in Perry, 2:2l, $t25; MeKenna and Young Prince, matched team, $1,475. Pictures Framed to order on short notice In latet ivlr. Wiv n a cull and see bis running mates by 9,000 majority. Of money parting. his room and fired his pistol in tho how you run save iimnr) dispatch from Frankfort says that darkness. He was horrified to find that They were from the .Voodburn stock the whole city council only two are re30.1 "nin l , Danville, Ky. Telephone No. 121. publicans. It was a land slide and Senator Blackburn says Hardin is ho had fatally wounded a jounger farm In Fujette. F. K. Trlbblo tells us that u largu earth stands ready to using his picture on his lithographed brother. shows bow the come down the moment tho democrats poster without his knowledge or conHenry B. Hyde, president of tho crowd attended tho salu of M. N. Own. yesterday. The farm m withget a chance at It. The result at Bal sent. A similar disclaimer may come Equitable Life Insurance Society of tho be a victory for Gor from Mr. Bryan in a few days, as be Is United States, Is dead at Now Yoi k. drawn at $.!!, which was Richard tlmore Is said to man and means his return to tho Sen certain to tako no part in tho demo Ho had devoted 47 years ot his life to Cobb's bid and thu knob land at $10.50 Agalntl any one on the roud, that wants hruih. you ran always do cratie races in Kentucky this year. ate. tho Insuranco business and his salary-wa- for which A. G. T. Smith wus thu high- lo give you ain one of our est bidder, horses sold at $30 to $81.50; when rested Somebody asked Capt. Stono at Rus $100,000. Ge.v. Mkkiutt, ulthough he claimed sellvllle:"Why don't you jump on Goc mules ut The Nationul bank note circulation work mule i'Jti, In his speech at the banquet given by bel r" and he replied: "Ho has been has Increased $15,101.83 this year, tho $50, yearling mules ut $25, milk cow the Mlehlcan Society Sons of the honorable In this campaign and has total now being $212,71 l,:X During $31.50,5 yearling heifers $11 to$25, with esy running gear, and you ran hel American Revolution, that ho was born treated me like a gentleman, and he April, $7,b!)l,475 In gold were coined, hogs about 3o und corn $1 13 to $l.iu In llmt liotliing Inn a lliorougbh'rtil will pass a "democrat and Is proud of It," und hasn't attempted to stab mo In tho $2,150,440 In sliver and $ltl,072 In ono the crib. Other things sold at high you Our line tock of up shtiu d ho iiifpcited by tliiwe the'reforo ought to havo moro sense, back. Gen. Hardin would havo occufigures. who are not not posted on the delrable cent bron.e. said thut Gen. Alger was tho best sec- pied the sama relutlon If ho had kept style and unlity of our stock. Mies Mabel Burke shot and fatally After considering tho recent Georgia retary of war tho world has eer seen. his knlfo out of ma." wounded David Wile In Chicago when lynchlngs, the National A fro American & B. K. God pity the worst. Merrltt is evidentTho postmaster general has directed sho found bo was n.urrjed and then sent council of the United States has Issued ly Ushiug for a nlco booth and tho fool- the postmaster at San Francisco to lake Stanford, Ky. through her heart, wile had u proclamation calling upon tho colored Upp. a bullet ish speech makes lilm rather sure of It. out of tbo malls for Munlla cortaln made lovo to her and tho girl was people of this country to set apart pamphlets prepared by ICdward Atkin- greatly Infatuated. Juno 2, as a duy of fasting und THE Bradley men were In tbo saddle son, of Boston. It is charged that these Geo. Dinning, wiio Kineu jouiu umu at tho Richmond convention and rode pamphlets are seditious, but Atkinson In Franklin county, when bo went with pruyer, thut "Ood, tho father of Mereasily to victory. The permanent says they wcro compiled from debutes mob to run him oil. Is suing tho cies, muy take our deplorable cuso In a His own hands und thut if vengeuncu is chairman was one of tho famous num- In Congress and bad been printed by members of the mob for $50,000 The painting season Is here. We with to call your attention to the fact that wo ber who refused to the end to vole for tbo government as public documents other case Is now on trial before tho to be meted out, let God Himself reand tho pay." keep the llost Heady Mixed Paint, Oils, Varnliilies, Uruslicitlc , in the market. nominee Hunter for U. S. Senator, and prior to tho Issuo of private editions. U. S. Court of Louisville. Wood Is not only a personal friend of THe BEST Of THEM ALL 1 1 This ought to settle tt. Col. Billy Mrs. Auna E. Georgo has accepted ! tho governor, but son of tho man whom Breckinridge gives him this testimo- an oiler to lecture In Pittsburg May 0. ho appointed Senator after tho failure nial: Wo have known Capt. Stono for Our line of Toilet Articles, mich as Tooth llriiihiH. Hair l!rulie, Comb. .Soatw Her subject will bo "Woman's Rights," ' of tho Legislature to elect. Ac , is complete, and of the very best ttmllty, many years, and bo has always been but in fact, u history of her experiences unsound upon the money question. Ho In deserting Her husband ana cnuuren PRESCRIPTIONS carefully cmiiiiouiii.mI from the Purest and lle.t dru MDNTHLYJAACAZINE THE Louisville Dispatch Is authority was King Bco In Prices reanoiiahle, We solicit your puliouage. tho old farmers' for a wealthy Und gay a for the statement that Attorney General ono tlmo tbo chief of of Bowling Ureen,, alllanco and at Tho city council & Taylor will not announce his candidacy tbo Grange; and ho was then, as ho has hv li vote of six to three, has decided Contains n eomnlsta novel in everr num III itddltliiii (oit lnrt!eiuanlllr of uuful for governor, which Is giving that indi- always been since, wrong In his notions Issue license to uruu stores to '''r, luUrUmlBv; rett,u; nj vidual, wo think, credit for tuoro ecneu concerning money. Ho nover had a not to retail spirituous, vinusorinuu uijuura Ao rontlnu(t mforlrm, trltlrh ar ma than ho possesses. busl-- j obJcHunubf la ihoi( renders. chance while in Congress to vote for unless they agreo to keep their o coinage that ho did uot uvall him- .....,., iw.ii.,..! i.1ii.ih1 thu sumo us saloons . It thould ! In every koutehoM. Hub- o """" When W. II. Culton, withdrew from free tcrlPlltni. sj.iiw iht tar. I A.r In a.a Auulila fin SvllllflfLV. ,n,..M o self of it. the race fur railroad commissioner, o J V. McAndrews, at ono tlmo ono of luojuotllbrMuiluceuieutswrlIlboiliTid. because It was that or gut knocked out, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. coun-- , J. B. LimHCOTT COMPANY, PuMlihsn, tha'bo.'t'known minstrels In tho o ho was semi olllclally announced as u PHILADELPHIA. o Firo ut Philadelphia caused a loss of try and Huvorly's original "Watormul., candidate for tho nomination for Stuto o on Mun," has been committed to tho 150,000. o auditor. inBnn luwoltul ut Klgln. III. Hlsmen-- i Snowstorms uro Impeding railroad o tul condition resulted trom a full from volnie po.to.1 our Und mnl Imnhy o It Is believed at Washington that un trulllu In Colorudu. wnrn ull tmiii fruni trwutkiiig on ii.yhi j o extra css!un of Congress will bo called Tho California fruit packers formed a Chlca"0 streetcar. 'oruny )ruiid..(i wlnltiver, uwler ixuulty of i.. .,... ,..,.. o Gusl'ow will havo Its humis lull Ihla ,lie . in order to consider tho currency, tho u trust, with $2,500,000 cupilul. " In Older to Make Kooui f ir (spring Styles. o n. Ono bolt of lightning killed tlireu year In tukiug euro of big gattioiings ' B, tU uauoiihan, T. II. NKWI.AMI, NIcuruguau cunul and our now posse..II I . w. hauiii lltU A.M. PKXOK. lit IT11 iiajj. o of people. The Stuto encampment 01 persons at Terra Alta, W. Yu. sions. M.K 1IAIKJII5IAN. o ft VnANK0 A steel trust, with $600,000,000 capi- tho G. A. 11. meets there this month, MIC. V. OltlMKH. o reunion in Sop- - J. K l.VNN. J. K. iiittiui:. In are tal, Is being organized in tho East. The chances of Gen. Hard the Orphan Urlgado o J. M. WAItK. ...... i .. r.Milavillo- nnnrnrcnrrt J. II. ltlil..hr. improving. Tho Louisville Post has Granulated sugar has gone up an ' A. M. FELANI1. icmoeroim w J. 8. OWM.KV. Sit. o J. II. McKl.NNF.r, Timbered Unci.. ceased to champion hi in. K. Church later. under tho trust and Is now told at 5lo, of the M. a - Constant Attractions EaohWeek pares Surprises And for the Next. Plenty of Them. The Louisville Store ! l-- V up-to-da- te .. e, , 0, -- jut David-Jonath- an The Louisville Store. st Just Think r Of It. s, A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, '. Splan-Newga- ss Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Holding Your V7 V J s Light Road Wagons Wearen J, Son, Court-HoiiM- ijumtit I- - Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES .LIPPINCOTTS mrmsn a CRAIG HOCKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i " ... IFOSTEilD. Wall Paper AT COST. ... - W. B. McROBBRTS. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo 0 THE INTERIOR Stanford, Kv., E. C. JOURNALS May Stoiik 5, ummcr clothing nt Sorcrnnco room on Main BCItKllM doors, poultry ncttlnc nml TllR Stanford and Hustonvlllo bno such at Warren It Shnnks. ball clubs will cross liata hnro tomorrow JL'HT . - Street (or rent, 189 W. 1 Wnlton. wash brushes at ..II box pacr. received a beautiful line of Craljr Sc Hockcr. afternoon. has bought tho remainder of Mark Hnrdln's stock of goods and will continue tho general merchandise business at his old stand. Ho will greatly add to his present slock. Thomas I). Ncwlnnd, Jr., will clerk for him. GKOitor. II. Fakiiis VB havo Just rdeclvcd a car of Vlr glnla blackttnlthing coal. Send at TltY tho Safe Hog Cholera Cure for onco If you want some. J. II. Haugh- If you let another week pa without coming In and selecting one of Soda Watlk, Ico cold, pure nnd sale at Craig .V Mocker's. man St Co. our Cut Price Sulu We have a few hiulncM suits loft that wo have rofre;ilnRnt Penny' Drui; Store. mot sold nt 110 and $12, now t" 60 Something in finer quality, worth 118 nnd 120, now f 15 nnd Tin: Marlon circuit court Is alter the 'i: have, a record of more than Heed our warning and Come at Ones or Tin: executors of Mrs. C. J. Haltcy you may have cause to regret your delay correctly filled prescriptions. Don't will sell her real estate In tho suburbs L. St N. somo more. In tho Qrtt of 14 ArTim an almost unprecedented hot you think tbat entitles tin to your con of cases for tinjns. discrimination the spell, with tho mercury In tho 00s In Stanford, May 27. Sec ad. Penny's- I)ru Storo lldcncoV company was lined (2,000. the middle of tho day and not much I WILL bu In my gallery with Mist C3TClothIng, Shoes, Hats, Ac, below tho 80s at night, light storms PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SSIP. Saoray Monday and Tuesday nnd will FlNl'.D- .- Willie Hnnsford, colored, havo cooled tho atmosphere some. No. 300 West Main St., DANVILLH, KY. HAItltV HrtXNY Is vUItlng lit mother maku negatives for any desiring them. caught a $10 flno In Judgo Carson's There never has been sucn growing A. J. Knrp. Chattanooga. ul court for striking his sweetheart, Mary weather nnd nil vegetation has taken Mil. JosKi'ii I'OKrT.V wont to LivJ. C. McCf.AltY furnished a collln for Cnldwoll, for spcnklng too sweetly to advunugo of it. ingston yesterday. Molllo C'renshnw, colored another beau. A I'AnTRiuai:, large and fat, How Mish Jr.NNir. La( Kr.v, of Lancaster, teacher, who died at Crab Orchard Tin: Lancaster Ilccord bus Informa- against tho Methodist church steeple. I with Ml k Sua Koitl. Wednesday night. tion that tho K. C. on and after tho tho other evening with such forco that l.lwle Mlts. P. V. LooaK and Ml were In Louisville tliU week. Ijn;n Tin: Paragon rays that work has been loth will run Its day trains to Rowland it dropped dead. A gentleman who had .Have Mlhl Ll'LA PllKWITT, of Louisville, begun on the telephone Una from Som- connecting with both the north and a sick wife regarding It as a special Is with her aunt, Mrs. V. P. Tutu. Klngsvllle, which will glvo us south trains on this division nnd re- dispensation of Provldcnco In her be- erset to turning after tho Louisville train ar- hair, carried It homo and had It pre Mus. Daisy Hakkk, of KlnRsvIlle, connection to Pulaski's capital. . rives. In thu cuest of Mr. Cicero iloynnlds. pared for her to eat. Tin: L. St X. will sell roiuid-trl- p MltH. J. S. Wlll.LH and little daughFa km FonSAt.K.- -I will offer about Mrs. Galen Still ter, of Danville, uro visiting at Walnut tickets to Louisville on uccount of tho 200 acres of mv funn at auction on lib- Rogers, Akotiikk Cask. whoso husof Crab Orchard, Southern Hnpilsl Convention nt one Flat. door band and son arc recovering from good for 15 eral terms before the court-housMl8SKl.Oltr.SCK MYKItS will o to faro for the round-triIn Stanford county court day, May 8, smnll-pn- x in tho pest bouso at that They wilUell you tho righl kind of TL'HNINO PLOW nnd the best of FKItTILI- days. thin afternoon to visit P.lchmond 1MW, nt 11 A.M. Parties wanting to sec place, has broken out with the loathZKKS. See them before buying. friend. Till'. T. W. Napier Camp will meet thu land can call on mo at home. A. M. some disease. She will not bo moved Miss Claiia Coo rim return-cn- l at tho olllce of Col. Welch on Saturday, Felnnd. Littli: to tho pest bouso but will remain In to Nashville with Mrs. It. J. Lyles n' 2 I. , May (1. Iminirtant business. t, OWING to tho meeting of tho city tho old Vandcrpool property at tho yesterday morning. t, All members cxvctcd. T. M. where tho members of the family council and the meeting nt the ChrisMltH. W. T. M Kill MKi: anil Miss Kate Adjl. tian church the Commercial Club meet who havo had opportunity to catch the Mcrticee, of Livingston, uro gucsta of Mrs. O.J. Nowland. Attention Is called to the adver- ing, set for Ia9t night, was changed to disease, will bo cloely kept. L. I). IlltADV Is running thu K. C. tisement of thu Cook property at Hus- tonight, at which tlmo ull interested TllK city council last night decided day trains, while Cant. Phil Price Is tonville, which Is fur sale; privately. will ho on hand to hear the reports and to drop tho matter of extending tho There are few prottier or more con organlzu tho club. down with a carbuncle. street from the Lancaster to tho Dan Mil. AND Mils. T. A. C0Ut.TP.lt, of venient homes In tho county. and people were so ville piko hj It would bo very crooked Tin: church If your machine needs overhauling or fixed In anr way, leave word with mo at Doyle, spent yesterday nt thu Christian nnd Warren was Tin: Hartford Insurance Co., repre- pleased with tho Centre College Glee unless consent of Helm Missionary Alliance meeting meeting given, which will not bo done. Some once and I will have an expert here this month for the purpoeof putting old masented by J. I). Wenren, settled with J. Club's recent entertainment nt Huston-vill- a hero. that It has been engaged for a of tho residents of the street objected chines in good order. Only during this month will we do this, as wo will be busy F. Cmk & Co., by paying them ulso to the opening Having paid them after June 1 with new machines. Mus. Hannah Stixiak nnd daughfor thu IS cuttle, two horses nnd return dale, May 11th. As before tho oil 2'1 bonds and 02 coupons wero burn ter, Miss Kva, of Crab Orchard, wero two mules were entertainment will be given In tho guests of Mrs. Mary Hronaugh and Miss settled for turned. The cnttlu Prcsbyterlnn chbrch and for lis benefit. ed. A line of $1 to $.'i was made tho at 4je. paveMlnnlu Munday. Admission 2."e. Afterwards refresh pinalty for bicycle riding on thu ments. Dr. Peyton and Hundley were Mits. Thomas Minv.Lr" cntuo over IIOYLK HKKS. Thu Ailvocatu says ments will bo served. uppolntcd to have tho public water from Jessamine Wednesday ti visit that contracts for keeping the pikes In TllK tire alarm was rounded at IMV) trough ut court house repaired. Some her parent and attend the Christian repair wero let at JU.JO per rod for the and Missionary Alliance. Lancaster and id " for tho Stanford Wednesduy morning und In less time time ugo tho council ordered City AtMus. Jamks H. Yfuur.it, Miss Sue plku to Thomas Coiinnullcy and thu than It lakes to tell It the tiro company torney Varnon to collect from sundry Willie Hale and George II. Dunn at- other pikes at Jil.lVi to JS per rod. Theso was at Mr. Cicero Reynolds, whoso parties taxes on property that had not tended the dedication of the Kentucky prices for stone und for gravel s4 to kitchen roof wu on fire. Chief Hruce, been ussesscd, for which hu was to bo who was close at hand, stole a march allowed 50 per cent. Hu reported ln9t monument ul Chickainauga. s on tho boys and was on tho roof with a night the collection of $1,007.00 nnd got J AM lis T. COOICK, the sarsapnrllla Dkath. Mrs. A. L. Adums,who was small hoso when they arrived nnd a few a commission of JJOX.VJ, a rather mun, of HarriHlsburg, was here this a Miss Howling, of Casey, died In Louweek with his medicine "thai makes had tho blure extinguish liberal way of disposing of tho city's isville Wednesday afternoon of pneu- seconds later you well and keeps you well." ed. It is supposed thnl u spurk from funds to say tho least. monia. A husband, who is a brother of MISSUS. It. It. AND J. U.GKNTUY.J. J. W. Annuls, of this place, und seven tho kitchen chimney started the tiro.his Triplets were born to a Chicago woP. Holdura, J. T. and S. J. Kmbry, Jr , Mr. Reynolds desires to return chlldruu survive. Ttioy moved from man, the thrco weighing 15J pounds, It. C. Knglcinan, C. U. Owens and A. to those who respondhas since the death of her Somerset to Louisville about 18 months heartfelt thanks help Derby yesterF. Harnett attended thu ed so nobly to his and saved his who ago. four months ago, existed with Xninsook, Szc , Trimmings, Valcncines, Laces, Swiss Embroideries, White Ilibbons. day. . proierty. her family on tho $2 u week earned by i, ItKV. It. It. Mahony tells you bow KKfOItT comes that Mrs. T. D. daughter. Tin: Christian Alliance und mission- a of Danville, who went to Trimble you can save money In unother column. Tho INTEUIOH Jouiinal is carrying sis- Tho Mutual Hcnellt Llfo Insurance Co., ary meeting was largely attended at county to alterd the burial of her more horse ads. than any paper In the ter, who died of meningitis, was taken of Newark, N. J., makes a lower rulo each of Its eight sessions and the sinkismall indeed comYon can't alien! to buy these goods elsewhere of the same by 13.&0 than tho Mutual Llfo of New ng and singing, tho latter a decided State, but they ore very HI there, presumably feature, were greatly enjoyed. The vis- pared with tho 12 columns we carried York und by thun tho Now York disease. a few years ago. iting preachers wero Revs. D. W. Mil. DAN II. HllKCK, of Itlchmond. Life und The Kqultublc. See ud. G. W. KUrldge, D. W. Kerr, district agent of thu Massachusetts TllK work on theC. S. railroad bridge J. M. Kirk K. L. Howyer and Mr. D. Mutual Llfu Insurance, U here tn thu orcr Hanging Fork, In this county, W. Myland and wife. Collections Home For And se'ected with much care. Our prices are seldom equaled and never beaten. of that company, of which interest writes W. It. Gpoch, Is progressing amounting to J107, wero taken for mis Major J. X. Menefeo It local agent. finely. Tho old bridge Is being taken sions. Thu alliance people bellevo in F. M. Wake, of McKlnney, was hero (gofferIn without faith healing and many other things Tho Cook property nt returning from Crab Or out and a new one put this morning dwelling Is a ed for siile an houi 's cessation of tratllc on the not conformable with tho beliefs of tho commodious privately. Tlio of 10 looms. In tjnltitlnir frame chard, where ho had been to get tho road. The work Is attracting quite a Christian church, but tho otllccrs of reasonably good repair, wlillo thu lot conswitchboard used In tho telephone ex- number of und will probably that church wero not afraid It would tains IV acres of splendid lund. Tho siectutors, 1 art rood nnd thdro Is convenient change. A new one lias been put In not bo completed before S3 soinu tlmu In sutler by tho uso of tho building and to ilia residence a No. 1 cistern. There It no ilium and the old onu will bo used at June. more in permitted tho meetings to bo prettier or and a runrvnieni Homehad central readily In It. tmratn can he Hustonville. Kentucky 1'or further particulars call on J. II. Cook, Casly Politics. A gentleman from hold there. Dlt. J. W. llitONACoil, of CrnbOrch Hustonville, or O. II. Cooper, Stanford. 1U Casey tells us hu thinks that either J. Lexington Ierd, passed through towith Dr. J. W C. Colllnsworth or G. It. Jeter, of thu CoMMF.itciAL Ci.l'H. Our cltl7ens wheru ho will will meet again tonight to hoar tho re ! Of Real HuHman, of that city, open a dental Mlddleburg section, will bo the dem- port of thecommltteo appointed tomnke "Whim looking Tor a . ocratic nominee for representative ofllc4!, corner Main and Ppper street-.tho necessary arrangements for tho Hu and Dr. Hullman graduated togeth- from llusell and that county. Both of formation of a Commercial Club, such t As Kxeoutorsof Mrs. Catherine J. Ilallcy, er and wero at the head of their class. them are popular und democrats to tho as providing a constitution nnd s. wo will on good Hon. ? J. N. Saunders, chairman of tho Mus. M. C. SaUFLKY has boon com- coro and either would muko a strength committee, will repon thai ho has con- Saturday, May 7tli, 1899, missioned by tho Stato ltegcnt of tho race. Mr. Jeter showed his ell nt public outcry tlio Daughters of the American Itovehitlon last year when hu mudo It so hoi for ferred personally with tho secretary of On the preml-e- estate In suburbs of Stanford; following real of this society In the republican nomlneu for assessor. tho Loulsvlllu Commercial Club, and to organize a chapter and poles rirt. 11 acres Wi- -t s side ofof the woodLancaster p.istiiro Lincoln county. All ladles who can Gov. Hon T.VYI.oit AliAIN.- - As an- hud corrcsoudunca with the olubs ut land adjoiningon lot of Mrs. K. P, llneagu to Revolutionary nounced when ho lectured here In Feb llarrodeburg, Mlddlosboro and Lexing- pike, trace their Sllllvr. ancestry and who dcslro to becouiu ruary lust Gov. Hob Tayl jr will lie with ton, nnd out of Information obtained Second. II acres. 2 rooiN and 3, poles of No. 1. members of the chapter will maku ap us again, Mr. M. F. F.lkln, representing from them bus prepared tho constitu same adjoining lot and rood of same adThird. 12 acnw which he will present. joining lot No. 2 mid N J. Kmlirv. plication. tho Maeeabeu Tent here, having con- tion and lots embrace all the land oil Thee tracted with him for another of his Tho organization Is to bo known as thu v...i .M,three Lancaster nlke. After lielni; of LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Stanford Commercial Club and Us pur-hs- u sold III lots, as above stated, tlio whole noted lectures. Thursday night, May Is to unite, tho business und pro- u,nnil ire nfai acres ami 5 ihiles on West offered ami tho bid acSi:r. tho latc.tdei.lgnslnerope paper. i'th, U thu date und If Walton's Opera side of pke will fcmuLndt'H!jCWOisiD.TT'j "'." crowded that night it will fessional men of thu town for thu pro cepted which U for tho greater nmoiint. Hoiiso is not Craig Si Hockor. acres, I rood and 1U mles on I'imrtli. motion of thu commercial and indusbo no fault of thu Maccabees, who will of Lancaster plUo adjoining the trial Interest of the town und county, to Hast side H. Mersbon. SOUTHF.ltN German millet seed. 11. do ull they can to muku sulllulunt monlot of J. I'lfth. 2 acres. 2 rood Mild 2 poles on fw If. Wearen Si Son. engagement to Unlsh pay- guard against legislation und taxation ey out of this Don't forget that our htock embraces the newest Inimical to the town, for tho securing Logau Avenue adjoining the lot of l)r. J. 1'. ing for their regalia. NKW.goods nt Mrs. Dudderar's mil and best goods to be had. We call especial at- of better shipping facilities and freight I'evton. this property has been rented for All of " Friday and Saturday. can not lit) ?? unci ihmsi'SsIiiu llnery TllK trial of tho application for ball rates, to foster commercial und manu- the present ear tion to our line of Heady to "Wear Pants. January 1.11)00. of Tom, Jim und Doo Haker, charged facturing enterprises und to secure by clteii until . J. EM1IIIY. J. II. PAXTON. TllK sale of P. W. Green's hotel at Executors of Mrs. O. J. lialley. m with tho murder of Howard und Sherlll all legitimate means tho growth, develMcKlnney occurs tomorrow. Whlto, In Clay county, began ut 2 opment and Improvement of thu town LOOlt'outfor our big odd lots and o'clock Wednesday before Judgo Suuf-lo- and county. All roptcsentativo citi- SALE OF PERSONALTY. Col. Welch representing tho pris- zens aro entitled to membership, tho remnant sale. Soveranco Si Sons. -An ..iwutrln of W. J. Carson, dee'd, I will oners ttud Messrs. It. H. Golden, of feus and dues of which shull bo $1.50. , SATl'ltllAV. MAY II. ISH'.i. at Ids late Nick lot of buggies for court day 111 lUrbourvllle, and P. M. Meltoberts, of Mr. Saunders further reported that ri.sldenco 2 miles from llustonvlltu In Lin Cull and seu nin.rins Tho after feeling the pulso of tho people ho coin Co.. sell publicly 1 mure and colt, year-- I Stanford, tho Commonwealth. "' mule, 3 younj; Jersey milk cows, 1 them. attorney for tho Stutu paid no attention had taken tho liberty to see tho general h.p.i'v heifer. 8 sheen. 10 lumbs. 100 Mr.Goldonbolngemploy-o- d manager of thu L. Sc N. and offer tho bushels of wheat. SO barrels of corn, 3 slacks all Plants. Homemlier I have you to tho milieu, hay, 1 spring wuj;uu, a lot of cured by tho friends of thu deceased to road &Ti,000 und free water for all time, cluivr Ac, Ac. meal, kinds of plants ready for you when Venus made known on day of sale. prosecute and ho In turn oiuploylng If tho company would return Its shops waul them. O.J. - Nowland. AMANDA 'JAltsON. Kx'u W.J, Carson. Mr. Meltoberts to assist him. Deo to Rowland. Tho manager oxprossed Lebahu was 12 miles gratification over thu evidence of good is over at llakor tcstlllcd that Tin: small-poFarm for Sale. A fins non Junction and tho quuruntlno has uwuy when Howard was killed and thu will of tho ieoplo of Stanford, but said stop as formerly, other two that they wore In their own that It would bo luiHsslblu to muku been lifted. Trains yurd at tho tlmo of tho killing and hud Rowland u termlnul now or horeafter, On Saturday, and conlidoncu bus been restored. 3, '99, us tho company was securing engines nothing to do with it. Onu or two Wo will sell it .ul'Uo sale our M. Goooh, of tho corroborated theso statements. cupablo of longer ruus so us to huvo Fins Blu8-0rHiu Piu.-Jo- nu Farm of 3S3 Acres In C&.ey Gilberts deck section, has a Poland Tom H.ikur admitted that hu killed thu divisions as long us osslbto. Ho CVtiiily, s mlU-- West ot lluitoutllls, Ky llilt (i ivuut). Chluu mulu pig 100 days old, which White, who blockaded his passage ul jo saw an olllclul of tho Southern UnulsiouslderisIllnUreliiil.'nwjr llsrus, s It wod well Imi'rofol wlili tetenil line 110 ixiunds. Ho thinks It will along tho road with his hurso In it road, who told him that ho did not llsellniicof II riiu, CelUr, sml nil mtary weighs L'ieJ Willi uetrr UIIIuk iHilliuiMluic, Is wsll do for u museum bv thu tlmo It attains threatening manner, but tho others hud think tho extension of tho roud proba- .1. ruiit.ua l III s IhkIi stale of lulllralloa; llu is 'I lis wrll wtlii !! tvuttsu-llilrd- t Its full growth. nothing to do with It. In order to al- ble, but that Stanford wus in lino of It, In tultnaUou. TbUliur.rttui.iurtuuilyUUiK snjr lor to get other If It was extended. Mr. Saunders tins briii 'I Ids Una will 1st sold for Commonwealth uus wUMsil low tho unosuU lo jssrs villi KvKitYiioiiV in tho county knows by thu belief that factories uro li 1ST iut. tsth; UUimilu witnesses hero and that a transcript of loUml IWwsluinrittrii Jo, I, lli, ! tlmo that Senator Gocbol will this with rillisuf " lor nAnUlp, case to tho court of apiwals oven moru deslrablu thun railroads, foiiiulloatsll onswdliK lld C. C. lurlher onu of tho 01 VlJrwsi sneak hero next Monday, county court and used in ovl- - when wo already havo tho luttur and lliutuntllls. or Wsllwo Cniilsrou Urn fmruin, bo produced . will Uki .leiur In showlna ou the faxiu. hopes that ciforis to secure a spoku who iiij iAnAlihl'Alr, ELJGG-INHutUmWJU, Ky. Or AiUmt'viotci'al!clni and others will bo mado. factory row, hear hlui. place or tho other to Hid lot of whlto -- Kvrry body waIn yntcrdny hut you. Ifn't dore when you cab. BBTTJEH HUBBY. YOU'LL BE L--l Don't Msme in If your alto Walton, Uuhinlkh Manaoi'.ii. Hlgglns A McK'lnn!y'i. m (iO,-0- LEFT! St ROWLAND CO., 11 well-know- n BEAZLEY & CUTER Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. p, o M-- de-o- Good-knigh- F&RKERS and Mowers. "Who Have McCormack Binders m W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. DRESSES. 2-- CHENCEMT White and Flowered Organdies, Persian Lawns, White and Flowered Dimities, India Linens, hus-lian- Kng-lUt- Beautiful Puffing, Braids, 8jc .M mm Our Stock is Entirely New JOHN P. JONES. Pretty Sale. Sale Estate Gentlemen New Suit, Hat, Shoes, Shirt or Underwear, s. -- 1 by-la- m w y, mwmwmse,m&mmtMmwi SEVERANCE A SONS. t'ur-lln- ir x Slue-Cras- s June s s 11 1 JESStS-K- S'ZK -- S & McKINNEY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a l'KIt a rimll-- r IaVllaiiilVL45"" 8iJ SST When not o paid snid.3Prld.awai In a recent railway nccldcnt at Stnn wood, In,, several tackt of lnnll were ground to jlccc under the car wheels, After laborious work on tlic part of forwarded to their destination. One of the startling results of the work of V' MsssssssssssssssssV ? WTr the postal experts is the following, re eelved by a Tipton man: "Chicago, 111., Dct. SO, 1S9S. vxstBw-ssBFawr, Tipton, la.: "Mr. y fc "Dear Sir Kncioscd herewith find statement of account. Unless Me hear from you by the 30th Inst, wo shall draw upon you for four of Forsythe's s. Missouri mules, good lookers and Will weight about as much as I ncrer subscribed for your paper, and though I hare taken it from the office ten years, I refuse to como up some time and see us. I met him at Crystal lake last July, when he told me that hogs are higher. Our last quotations are the highest since I voted here in 1S3C and could prove It, too, if wo arc ?lrcd by Walslngham S.1M. sire of Latitude 3 ITU. Standard Utile 0. Uecord I lO' to hate the reception here Christmas and miny other In tlio Hat. Wnlslngham. Nalmth a "Ire. U a son of Heorgo Wllkc Jtl eve, and It would give me the greatest Plrst dam Tinel, hv Messenger Puroc 100, aon of Hiirubletonlnn and aire of Klnlne 3 130, pleasure to havb you remit at once. We thndam of Norlalne, yearling record 3 31S cannot give you any longer extension Second dam Hesa, slater to James Howell, Jr ,ly Hatublctonlaii to, aire of Dexter J lTj;. because Charlie is a nice boy, but I Third dim Jeaale Sayrc, by Harry Clay 4J, aire of tlio datua of St. Julian J.lttJ. Ilodlno must have time to think it over on ac- SilDj. and IS others tint huve produced 3 30 trotleraj alao aire of tlio dam of Electioneer. count of the rules of the order, which Fourth dam by Mlwrty, on of Lance, by American Eclipse. Note Naboth Is a Iwiy. to bands high, foiled June fs. laaa Ills pedigree contains is the greatest fraternal Insurancecorn-pan- y likes. Pilot Jr., and Harry Clay. on earth, plainly prescribed that blood of llambti tonlan. Ucorge Wllkea. Mambrlno I nm always the same. Colt. $15 Wrrckrtl. Hotel at Auction. FARMOn FOR SALE TRADE. Hrn.lHfriiif.f JPaers Sooibea! Ksnasa I lis MI..hiiI line Well TOiHlleafmm "'"'( W snlflenlrsl III sn IIOTKI. 1'UOI'-i:UTgml rsrMln(untry, Ihl-klwill .ell nt public nle mr t AT McKINNF.V slid nil lite llrttt.o. onesy lirnisiirtrsde fr fsnii indlnVfeiiee beu a l .li Vin psy f I nil to Milk lu.ky hold ami Kltehen Fitriilture twogo-x-l "aisqlutd Ky ("SI Adlrraalloi IVwa, pood llitegv and llarneaa, How and rale. Flea, I'nmllr llorae Ac i' W (IICKI'N, McKlnnet Iw in I On Saturday, May 6, 1899, remnants ADVANCK the postal authorities thetogether of mnll matter were pasted and ma.CO will be chanted. l. LKIl TIME wa 7?. A. JONES, I1I3NTIHT, JOHN II. MILLER ts a cnndlilate for the LeglaUture auhject to the action of the democratic partv to Announce his camlldact for the ofllcr) of Itepreat ntative from the county of Lincoln, subject lo the action of the USD a. . M. DAT. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 1 No 6 AriTlTesatetsnfordat Stanford at No. l 12 21 Arrises st Kowlsnd No. (Leaves blsntord No OS. HON. M. F. NORTH Bfftfflf OUIt. HtiiiiTord, Ky. HJ i. l) KNOXVIILE DIVISION. No. U Train going North ' " NO.M " South No. IS " ' No.XS " !'.. ..12 . 2 1 1 nc(-or- W S. BBAZLEY, D. D. S., .. S7 41 ...... .... ;i p "J 72 pm iu fc in Lnticnstcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vltallif d Air. I For alll Points RO'IOH TICKETS BOI.U. MASTIC MIXED . HAOUAOE CHECKED THROUGH. For sny Information enquire oi NABOTH 10,016. ance. 1'hvalclan In attend- Otacv In the New Thompson llullnlnc TJ JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. DR. ifti. L. LOWDER, I'HYSIOIAN AND DHUQGIST, A. at. TralnsleaeelranU'ort at7 a.v. ends Mr. M , ennectlng at tleorgetown with U, A C. and reach-ta- r Paris at 8 40 a. H an J i 10 P. . Lear Paris t M a M ami S SO r. u . connecting at (leonre-(ow- n with 0 AC end reaching trankfort at 9.15 McKlNNtCY, - KlCNTUCKV. l'reacrlptlons Carefullv Comjiounded Day or PAINT llnt ,u j,EWTOaj, A. O. QUEEN r. A. A CRESCENT. SOApia No. t anil 2 Jo not atop. tber than Junction City -. Ho. 5 Wo. Tralna pass Junction City aa follow.' Mo.l South .. 1202 pm No. a North.. tl p m .. S4am " .lt BO am No. I " "Mamie." " " ...US-la- ..l4pra "10 " ... 8 00am riage ties, " 9 and 10 run "4 " no fur RoVau Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. things of increased joy and hilarity with the noiseless vehicles as transportation media. To be sure, there is a certain feeling of happiness in sitting on the roof of an enormous, lumbering wagon, hauled by two or four teams of horses, rattling noisily along the street. Even college boys cannot make noise enough to drown the racket of the wheels, liutwithnn automobile all this will be obviated. There is a barber shop in an uptown ovenue in, New York where music goes with every shaie. Xever a barber is hired there who cannot twinkle the As a social adjunct the horseless carhas almost limitless opportunisays a metropolitan exchange. It is safe to say all will be utilized, for society is very eager to grasp anything which has a tinge of novelty, i'or inltecord 2 !' stance, tally-h- o parties will become logton. K. Mares graied tit J per month, which In all caaea muat be pild before lliey are takin nwav. No marcs slnll bo removed till pistura rent Is paid Care taken to pri vent accidents hut not responsible should any occur Will Stand at to Insure a Living E0TICE I TO FARMERS. Is made In a large numlier of the moat desirable Shades. We hare a large slock of have ou hand and for aale FORTY BROKE MULES. Will sell from one to a car-loa- d Al LITEST, FEED ACT SALE STABLE. (dOjll O. POX, Hoi MJ. lunrllle, K) OGDENSBURG 3737. Is', trhl 2 13. Strictly Pure White Lead, Oil and Colors and are sure to supply jour wants. Cheatnut stallion. hnwla high, tired by Ilr I., llerr. Ia-x- - A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentiit, BY HAMItKINO PATCH FN 58. SSSfc Safeguards the food against alum. Jtfin baking powders arc trie greatest trtfinccra to health of the present day. sxmu. iaium eowst a oa.. wtw torn. Sire of 3J. of tho dama of 130, Including Italph W like. 2 06',' Criwford, !l0T?J. Con 150 ttantlne. 2:12!.. Jupe, 2 13'., Ac sons have .Irtd I dam Variety (dam of Ogdoniberghv Orance ltlrwim 3i 3 MM ::.' Offleeosar MtRolwrU' lrut Store In the Owsley lit Mlddleton 153 (tire of fourteen 2 dam lliilldltiC uhtl tho dams of tlttei 11 Iu 2i30). 10 on of Hiimtilitmitin ! llellfounder , ,liy Trumier's , 3(jam , eigiu uuiiri sou lira uitu. hi ba ud th m to (alreor UrinRe uniei l OIEANUC HLOsSOM HloasomirJIctc.). lyMlddletowulJ2. dam Nellie Post (dam of Oranre Hud ,2 21). TUB DAMILIBlUM.CO.IiiNWI.II, K. J Third M Nu by American Mar II, etc riATISPACTION til AHANTmi $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Will Stand Is an eilremely hanJwmtitalllon with all the fnnn, flnlih and tlyle of hit fa. wrn Kins lie ti unuouMMiy ids nan irtii.i wn 01 uuuii W Ith the exception of Maml.il UIOUS family. rrral unllonilllr rml.rinJ Mark, hit bI with rau nan an 1 aa liiards no jl'atchen He Is a sure anJ very One has one lie tll.potltlon, tint, u oir Stanford, Ky. 'sK ryy Penny's Drug Store. BROKEN BICYCLES at J. S. MURPHY, A.rot Ut Ik ISODs laid IftiS? eluu JX.JtfcGtyVY guitar. Tho gentleman who can play no instrument but the razor and the hears has no welcome in this tonsorial parlor, for the boss barber is musical and loves to mingle celestial strains with the torture of the barber chair. Whenever a chair is vacant the attend ant genius sits him down and performs on his favorite instrument. It must be dangerous to get shaved while the colored artists play: "If Thej'd Only Fought With Ilaaors in the War." swlft-ninge- wet . 1. VVItNAlbanrTnd.hUchsJ leaned mandolin or plunk the dreamy ?a.ldoi"lhlghThW.ulkyan.tan,IJol.Mhor lie woo lb. race la three eMalht heal. shown at 11 as a Iroll.r Ha. show 1.u."?'".'"?-L'?d. nKh ""Bfti; lh.VSia zl ...nVnh 7ur -.- - hi. 'y'i?' ri II MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Walter Tho Soamstross. A. Wood Machine Co., stent fcr lbs II worlhof whleh mruur aioa. Al.'D BEFAISS. will bim An I sl aonieof the beat lairs In Kentucky and Indiana and has won number of pmuluiua. ter ol sweetake premium.) Will Also Stand a Good Jack at S 8 to Insure a Living H.ive3vheade.l.arraldfiiothlD Hel.a hor.a. a (Has won a num. In Plain and Fashionable hewing Cutting aud Water Worka St. Fitting a bpvclaltv Lowry Grass Minding Twine, a cbrapsnd edertlte llnd lar at 111 woltn 01 IB Colt. M. S. BAUGHZV1AN, Stanford, Ky. Hon. N. A. Morris, a member of tho Georgia Legislature, will introduce a bill at tho next session, providing for Day stallion. Id hands high, by Abdallah r.gor. trial of persona guilty of criminal as- Measehv Measencer Chief. I dam a He sault five days after arrest, and for exVermont. of (1111 I will ecution in public tlvo days after con- I S99, stand John Proctor the season of at mv "table three miles from Sbilby viction, but his measures will never City on the Knot) Lick aud Turncrsvllle become laws, the more's the pity. pike At $5 to Insure A Living Colt. er FIBE, LIFE & INSURANCE. andle laCEQfE S7FTLIE3 I) Call on me and I will sale you wooey. J. . .MUil'in.TurwmlUe, Ky John Proctor. J. T. SUTTOIC, Undortalcor, - Hoatonville, Kentucky TJNDERTAEER! Aud Dealer in ZABNZSS, SADDLEEY, STANFORD. KY. d Here Is a story of justice in Missouri: While a jury at Salisbury was haggling over tho punishment to be administered to Hobert Bruce for assault they heard tho Wabash train whistle and, knowing the sheriff, was anxious to get off on it with his batch of prisoners to the pen, &C. compromised on two 3 ears, the judge pronounced the sentence and llruce was added to the chain gang that went down that night. Otter his sarslree lo lbs rtvpl. ofWest Utoots Only the best companies represented. (omsssnd Oast. 12. sod Casey coubIIm Inquiries solicited. eualwaysoa bead I). S. Carpeoler, Manafsr. It, 11. MA1IONY, Agt., Stanford. Queens Crescent ROUTE scr-vico- ln aas5s 10-1'- J. 8. 20--J- 0. Money duo when colt Is foiled or mare partid with Urass furnished at S rents pur day. Orasa bill must bo paid before stock Is removed I will alo stand the eieellent young Jack, fl 9 m w The Favorite Line ZiOT7Z3VZZiIiX TO CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Kvenlng from ion Station, 10th and Broadway. Un- Wine makers are deriving an increased profit from bj products. Cream of tartar is extracted from the pomace, which, until lately In California, was burned or thrown ana). The same valuable article is also made from the lees of wine and from the argol that gathers on the vats where wine is stored. It is estimated that from the wine pressed in the United States 0.000,000 pounds of tartar could be produced i early. -- The fortunate daj for the Amirican Passenger tleniring information and cause, sajs the lioaton Post, remains rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, rsebraska Sunday to the end. l'rom the magnifind points in the far West, Including Calcent lictorj of Dew 1 j in Manila ba) on motitliH. ifornia, should addrcvi the first Sunday in Mjj, to the evacuaFrank J. Hied, Gen. Pass. Agl , tion of Cuba, the hauling down pf the E. II. llacou, Dis. Pass. Agl. Spanish Hag and the raising of the Mars Gen. Mgr. and atripes, ou the first Sunday in W.II. McDoel, nT.iMAiti, iiriiiirn ii. Charles II. Uockwell Traffic Mgr. favorable crites for the L'nlttd States hae occurred on the first day in blridbj OamUtta Wilkes, S ll'Jf. aire of the week. 2iU3, Uittlo lirlms .'.US'i, und Ml Ouliii-ttu- . --A Joplln, Mo., paper tajs a woman other In tho 2 M ll.t. First dam 1U!J I'UId (cruiidum of Alleo preacher at that place recently stopped at twojean. Wilkes. 2tl7, and Altatu, in the middle of a discourse and, pick- ,,1,11 hv Fnlleld islroof all In 2.'10 anil of thu ing up a Bible, said she was going to dams of 80 In or throw it at a man who was unfaithful beeond Uum. Qulckatip. by Kentuiky to Ills wife. As she swung her anu for- Prince, Jr., aire of J. Q., 2H7', Lcuioiiade. ward every man In the church but one and others, und of the (luins of two Elltlon. ducked under the seat. He was a deaf 2 27 In the Ut. mute. WOODSON, Third dam by Old Joe, sire of thu duin of J.J., 2117 be Milt to any allreM until Hi lieinucratlc Will Fifty walnut trees in Cass county, blaleUourrutloiif or Galtou will atund ut mj atublo two milt Mich., were recently sold for $10,000. Hustoiivllle on llriulford.vlllo pike ONLY 15 CENTS. These trees have now been felled and West of will be shipped to English buyers. The Will kerp ou (mated upon all pbaw of the Llrely eiar Is- largest tree was seven feet In diameter At $10 To Insure A Live Colt. sue Ailiireaa, eudoalnr 19 cents In ataiuiaor itiln at its base, and willjield lumber worth W. M. IK)I)1). Ilustonvllle. Ky. Till. MKbbl.Mlhlt,(lwnlro Ky IS Vice-Pres.- it Jan-uary.t- Prenbyterian Assembly, Richmond, brea.eder. II P POWELL. Shelby City. II Q. & C. Houte and conVa , May.17-3necting lines. Ono faro tho round trip wlll'prot llo.lnjucb builneM relallonsplraaaut inutusl-lMay ICth and 17th. Finest train beiiefi lal and tho South. Tickets good till I will stand mv tine Jack, Hero, n, DIKI t'rolt-June 3d returning. Ask jour ticket stable, near MoreUnd.the staaou ofat lc'.'U, Wllllami, particulars. J.J. Ow.ley, Sr , agent for J.S. UIUmi At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. LOW KATKS. .kIi, A. VV. t ariiriilrr, reunion, He la Veterans' Confederate cars-ol. II. Cummins, und wus bred by Hnv , ,.. , y.ui, Wood., of lUuvllIe. and Is bv Abraham. Jr , Charleston, S. C. May S. II. Shank. out of a good Jennet, und Is nn eitru large LouisJ F Caib, Southern DaptUt Convention, breeder A lot of his roll can lie neeu ut J Ik Ussier I will also stand my place ville, May till 1L MM Assembly, Charlotte, N. C, Ilibllcal b 11 Shank., riealdrnt, Juno J. II Ow.ley. (uhlrr W M. Itrljbt, Aut Caahler A three tar-ol- d hi irk Jack at ii to Insure The L. & N.'s gro.8 earnings Increas ii living toll In nine ed l,0iJ,23'Jund net tiTTlie ir mluiii oirired ou Samlxi ami hands high, weighs 1,000 His , aired l Tom King, llobTull a dam In Ivl Hubble Prince, at U to Insure u living colt Hob Tall has proved lilm.elf to lie an eicelltnt 15 BOB TJLIL Lincoln County MIW. U. D.HIMl'SUN, l'ror.. National Bank. Lancaster, t Kentucky. ww CapllalMtKk, tlW.lriO. is laaa Mason Hotel first-clss- a. Hueaor to The Fanners lUnk A Trml Otnu"Soy and uud.r Mine management cuullnu- ouily lor TJ Wars. Newly furnished; clean beils; tplendsd Porters KverythinK Uble. 89 meet all trains. Solioits Your Bank HERO. iid Acoount. TO THE FARMERS All nations are learning tlila lesviu' ! y ' Osborne Farm Iniplc-mciit- rj Succeed Where othi ra full, moat eseolitllv our llln-d- rs uud Mowers. Their perfection la end- It. d to Itttiig built of the l at material that AImi IkIiii! Ilttml with th monev ran Imv only perfect ItOLLKH HEAKIMJH In eilal-eix- e, JUMBO. uaaurlng ut all llmisllghtiatt draft and louge.t life A full lino of repair always thing new In Ne our Hay Tedder, thlsaectlou. PItANIC HOt.T.CLAW. Mauford, K) JumlHi will be uvturdtd ou bt jit 2, IMIV. II II. IvIMi, Molt land FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTVNIOllll. KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stani'okd, Kv., GALTON 12,910. Dignity Dare. Will mule thu of 'IU at C.tlUl Stock J1C0.000. Sirphi, 317.320 This Institution originally estalllsbrd as the le Maplo DjiivIIIu Park Kindergarten TMICE H JAiGEK! 15 CENTS. Twl:e-A-Wee- k l.tlr.) Owensboro Messenger. 4, UkEV Editor K) Hols IS', hands, dark biv, aud ha aa much stvlu und llul.h lis iiuv horsu. Ho ha pron ii hlmaelf to lie ono of thu gn meat show lmr.es In Kentuvkv Hlg-nl- lj Is u Iwld ruckir nmltrotler, with suw rlor Look und kmu action If Jou IhIIovu In thu theorv or llku producing like, jou will lertalulv co no further when vou , lllgullv luru, for hu I uu.urpasi.td In Indl- vlduulltv. lie is iiy tlio greuicni or biui-lion- s. Cheater Dure, sou of lllai k Sulrn I und l.t ilum bv Welebtnont. son of Wil liam Welch uud exeudid pedlgreo running hack Into thorougbhrtd. Cull aud see one have of thu griute.t couiblmd horse )t osll llank ol btanford Iu ISM, theu rcr(aulied at the National Hank ofbtauloid la 1S6J andagalr, reorKanlirdaatke Mrst Nstlobal Hank of blanforj In USi, has had praclkally an unlutcrruj ted ft lit Is Receiving IiIh Spring Jic Siiiumer GoocIn. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. em, for II years 1 It Is belter suj llrd uow will ladlltlM fur trimictlns buslurM rouintly aud lib. erally than eier before In Its long aud bonorillt career. Aicounta ol Indirldusls, aduclarles,tiru and IndlslJuali solicited. Dixscroas V. Iteld, IJncolo Co ; ever. ut). ferviie Southern Railway niK UtlJ'Q $13.50 'Phone 2. TO INSURE live foal. A. J.W. Haydeu.btanfoid rJ. A S.T. Harris, ' II, lUugbuisn, OAItl'ENTKH PAPLCONF.lt. Danville, ICv J.S. Hocksr, " T P. Hill, W. A. Tribute, M. ' " u 1!L II! IU W.P. Walton from $700 to $1,000. BnglishHunter. J. II Colller.Crab Orch'd M, 11 J. Miller, Mt.V.rooo PENETItATKS Elmore, btanford, Ik Mem Hd.il Inrestment C:npinj, The New York Tribune in one edi- Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Wo Old line P7 Whll Yeu Companies Lire. Pty When You Die. OvcitlVVaiOpald In lltlus UctOta. UTrrtou,ujulUMieso4 1HU.NI.S burplua WEAItl.X, 1j lA.tnl, elaufurd, ky. JLbJllTHltOWMAN.ijwy . 13 Utluflvu, Ky, torial column notes a decline in the And willing to pay top prices In cash for sensoof humor and In. the next column Chickens, Kggs, Feathers. Ducks, Ueese, solemnly remarks: "Mr. Jansen, the Turkuvs. OluMiug, Vellow Hoot, Hots Was, and Uopptr, French astronomer, U now more than Hides of all kind. bo Iu the Hra. Iron wool. murket for Alao will 74 years old aud is not to vigorous as lloma. und git my price Ufore aud ee me he was once." itet siiot cab Call ut my headquarters, d. Perrln & Peuco's Orhce, utur Iteimt. K. ltollNbON. Ky. In a recent divorce suit one of the Instances of cruelty alleged by the wife A Red Bull Calf us a gound for divorce was that her husband refused to let her have a blcy-ol- e. Caino to my place ubout Jan. I, le9. Ownget lilm by proving proiierly and There's a nice point for a modern er can fur hi keep und udvertl.fug, liavlug 8. W. ulVKNB, fchilb) tity. Ky. Jury to decide. Ktau-foY- W-ATE- I) Comblucd bay stallion, Is hands high) omctat. both lilnd ankle white. J 8. Hocker, President; J. J. McKoberls Csibbr blrud by Aiiiiai an .Mr.HHur.it. a. First slum the Wllllum I.u.k saddle mure AsaUtsntCsliler. A A VcKlousr by Davy Crockett, sou of Deuuv. ' Dreuiiou, by Imp Dreiiuum 2nd dam bv illghhiuder Abdullah MLkneuixur. site of Euirllsli Huii- ter. Is by MusMiitgir Chlif, sire of Maud Mifcaengvr, 2tl0i4, Oliver ChllUd Plow uud Ke pairs. 1 will atund r ugiisii iiuuter the seuiu of Malta Cultivator. lu thu world. bU9ut my stable four mile from Muuford Dcerlug lloll aud Hull Hearing Hinder. on Crab Orchard plku at Dueling Itoll und Hall Hearing Mower. Movur lluckbuurd uud Hugghs. $10 to Insure A Living Oolt. Ourdcu Plows and Double bhovel. Will par umrket price for Wool, buck Money duo when colt Is foaled or uuru furnl.hed ur) time. paruu witu. All kinds of I'urulture und any piece or ( aa wuut. Call ou kind of llurne C. a I), tl. OAlll'EN PKlt. IIlstom iLbK, Iv'r, EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Teuncs.ee, Virginia, Oeorgla North und South Curollua, Alabama, Mlsstsalppl, TO FAIRMERS. Ut Through Sleeping Cars between Ixiulsvltle uud tlio youth. THREE BAILV TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexlugton W. A. TUHK, O. P A.. Washington, W. II, D. C. A DVNN,Stauford. Ky. T AYLOK. A. O. P, A. Louisville. Ky