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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 9, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899050901_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 9, 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. - r- - "; SEMI-WEEKL- Y - INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 9. A protracted VOL. XXV11I. NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. 181)1). 10 A. M. NO. 20 LANCASTER. Tho school census of Livingston how IKW children Unighbrltlgo, the hemp man, w'" build a wrehono at D.invlllo. Tliu Centre nnd Central base bull tvAiiin will play at Danvlllo Friday. A bucket shop will bo opened at Sotnciiet with Nath Woodcock manager. T. VT'JPv J v lH life. Nichols, of Kockcantlo, uecl- tlcntly llred a gun blowing the top of bin head oil. Samuol It. Day anil Mis Sarah Tay. lor eloH.tl from Laurel to Corbln and were made one. A Negro tramp wos run over by a Southern train at' Harrodsburg and lK)th leg were cut olT. William O. Mots has been appointed K)tmator at Nevada, Mercer county, vice S. II. Grave, resigned. The ohool census of Illchtnond shows 'Mi male and XUI female children of the school nge, an Increase of 13 over tail J. year. ( equipped still near Alcorn, Jackson county. J. P. Doom, who has been noadinns. tcr on tho C. V. ever itlnce tho division wa built, has resigned to accept a K)f ltlon on a western road. At tho Lancaster High Sehool, Green Clay Walker and Miss Kdna Mason were awarded the honor of representing It at tho contest at Somerset. Miss Furris, on her deathbed at Sprlngtleld, charged Ilolwrt Crouch, o prominent oung farmer, with betray Ing her and causing her death by an abortion. Shu died shortly after. Crouch has cscajwd. A woman at MlddlcslHini sued tho Hell railroad for starting before she could gel seated In tho car, thereby throwing her down with her baby. bu,t the court of appeals held that a railroad ! not compelled to delay tho starting of Its trains after a reasonable time Is given passengers to bo seated. Kdltor Owen, of tho Hurnsldo Item, give this bit of personal Intelligence In a recent issue . "We carry on farming, raise stock and breed fancy fowls asasldollno. Hefore wo started tho paper we operated Incubator and raised largo number of fowls for the market. 'Wo' means wife, two children nod mysolf. Wife I a good composl. rapid and tor, oldest daughter (15) accurate und the flvo-- y oar-ol- d la a born printer, farmer and chicken raiser." Jesse Childress was shot and killed near Hrush Creek station, In Kockeas- tie. bv John Drew, who was slightly wouuled. Jailer Grlnin ha refused to toko prisoners and lock them In jail item from tho town court, saying thai tho town did not pay him. A man drunk got on the train at Corbln, nnd handing tho conductor a dollar, told him to tuko him as near h- -1 as ho could for that money. Ho was out oil tho ut Mt. Vernon. Wo protested to conbut tho mrj bolngputoll here, was tho nearductor Insisted that this est station to tho point tho man wished to go. Signal. 1 Deputy Collector Wen, of Lancaster, large and well with other captured nr lnrlng In the Old tollable tho Christian church next Sunday Mr, ii. a. ii. Mnrksbury, Mis.es Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, vionairo. .Messrs. AMZ, 0I)Df ,.re.illcMti , V, ' II. . IJatson and O. ,V. Shugars wllll Aset. Market Value-- . K,7.0'0.W.M0. Surplus. M.391.189..1. ' go to Louisville TUCsduy. S0.WJ0 Onllnnrr Ufn I'lnn. n - .1.'.. In thi Mutual fin ftn Annn.l l'r.mlmn wauww "" " " Tho salo of the personal property of fp',000 " " " " " ' ' Mutual Llfe.N.Y. " " IL'78 50 Mrs, Kitty Leavcl, deceased, was well ' ' ' " " " Northwestern. " 310,000 J2T0.50 at'ended last Friday, and fair price J10.000 " " " " " " New York Life, " " " $281.10 were paid. Haled hoy brought 50 cents " ' " " ' " " " Knultabe, $ 10.000 8231.10 per hundred and milk cows 9 !0 to 810. lm Cash Value, Loan Value. Tnid Thi Mutual Benefit Policy is Tho futnlly of tho late Gen. W. J. Up Insurance, and Kxlended Insurance that works automatically. Dividends are Landram has erected a handsome mon- payable at the beginning of the second, and of each succeeding yeir, and may bo usument over his remains In Lancuster ed to reduce premiums or increase tho Insurance Ilcnefit is sure of fair, liberal treatment under AM, lery uicmluT of cemetery, and chiseled marble never circumMnnccs, and the Mutualwhat tie will get hi moner's worth in insurno matter marked the resting place of a nobler or ance, for It Is all put down In Illack happens and While "IN THE POLICY " For Informaa more chivalrous man. W Smith Co., Stale Agents, 512 W. .Main St., Louisville, tion or rates apply to K Mies May Hughes will attend the Ky.or n. B. MAHONY, Agont, Stanford, Ky. musical festival in Louisville this I week. Senator George T. Farrls Is at j homo for n fow days, and has the thanks In Hats. ol ilanna lor somo Bno tobacco. J. W. Miller was in Louisville last week. at, II. A. H. Marksbury rcKrts that the wheat crop will only be about half tho usual yield, many crops being IndttTcr-cn- t and some being so poor ui to be Host line of ibee goods in State Men's, IJoyn' and Children's CLOTHING. worthless, and will be plowed under Hotter values at lower prices than eor known. Fine line of Work Oioves Call and the ground will be cultivated In and see our goods. Imported Fancy 1 .. will lipt'ln nt' SAVE YOUR MONEY ....... c. CRASH FELT IN STRAW HATS. corn. A chapter of tho Daughters of tho Includes our II. S. A M 113 and 20 Suits SILK SHIKTS, FINE SHOES. Resolution will likely be established here by Mrs. W.N. Hush, Mrs. H. F. CWalter. Mrs. M. D. Hughes, Misses J. L FUOHMAN & CO , Salllu and Mattle Elkin and other de CRAB ORCHARD. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. scendants of Michael Salter, a Revolutionary veteran. There are are sover.il putlenlsnow at A meeting at the Midway tho ICeeley Institute Chrltltun church resulted in X uddi- - Tho building fever Is still raging. Besides those mentioned before Mr. J. II. M. I!enhber', of LouUvllle. Is tliiii". hero loading several car of Iron, copKid. H. W. Klilott. Slate evangelist, C. Thompson Is building a handsome residence on Danville Avenue, and It is per and bran. preached ut the Curi-llu- n church Sun-d- y reported that Dr. J. H. Owsley Is now Tho farmers'arc all busy pluntlng morning. solo owner of tho vacant lots on tho corn, but the rain Sunday will deter The Christian Kndeai or Society will public square, and that bo will rebuild them for a fow days. begin ut Mt. Xeniu nwet Sunday after tho block. Tbo outlook lor water Tho lour stnal.Kx patients were re- noon at 4 o'clock. See our line of Is favorable and everything leased trorn tho pest housu Saturday. Hov Win. Forrest, of Ann Arbor, works points to an era of prosperity. No new cases are rourled. Mich , held u meeting at Mt. Sterling, On Saturday Messrs. B. F. Hudson Mr. II. II. Uronaugh returned home resulting In .V) additions. Satui day night from 'ho Queen City as Tho geneiul conference of tho Meth ami u. i . i,euvei were race track, where ho has been looking odlsl Kpiscopal Church, South, will be trustees of Garrard graded school by a largo vote. Although there was no after his ra-- o hordes. held lu Duilur, Te.us, In May 1002. Tho Crab Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Kev. Charles Henry I'ayne, D. D,, of opposition, the peoplo turned out to Vernon Telephone Co , havo placed a New. York, secretary of the M. E. show tnoir appreciation of the excelnew switch board In their exchange board of education, died at Clifton lent service rendered by theso worthy gentlemen for tho good of the school. hero and are building several now lines Sprlrgs, N Y., aged 09. to various places In town. Kev. W. H. Kvans has Instituted a The Institution is In a flourishing conTho sinalbpox scare has about sub suit for 1 10,000 damuges against Her. dition under tho supervision of Prof. J. sided and It is hoped there will bo no J. N. Hall, a HuptUt divine, of Fulton, H. Patterson and a competent corps of more cases for II has not only b.ecn a becauso of letters written by Hall re- experienced assistants. Appreciating the many flattering great expense to tho town and county flecting on the christian and ministercalls which havo been made on me to but tho merchants havo fell Its effects ial character of Hvun. Quality consideied. In In loss of trade. On June 8 iho monks of Gcthscmanl become a candidate for representative, fishTho boys In town who bavobcen Abbey, Nelson county, will celebrate and thanklngjny many friends who exing report several lino catches but they tho SOth anniversary of their settlement pressed their intention to support me, say Dlx river I being elned, thereby In the United States. It will be ono of I am forced to decline to make the race. spoiling tho sport. This should bo the most notable Catholic gatherings I do this for good and sufficient reasons, illack, Ton and Patent Leather. una In order that others, who desire to stopped and wo look for Indictments by ever held in tho South or West. make the race, may consider tho matter tho next grand Jury. E U. Stuhlmutr, thu attorney who Wo are sorry to nolo that our genial collected tho celebrated Methodist war and announce, knowing that my friends mall carrier, Mr. Sam Hoi man Is not claim, bus brought suit for $."'0,000 uro freo to mako another cholco. Let Improving fast. Messrs. Andrew Hucb-ana- n, damuges for libel agulnst Kev. W. D. us nominate a good democrat and wo Sam Tatum, George Moore and I'ulmoro, D D ,'cdltor of tho Si. Louis can olect him. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brooks went to Lou- Christian Advocate, who mado serious Senator Wm. Goebcl will speak hero isville derby. Miss Kvu Steger la im- charges aguinst his honesty In his today, Tuesday, 0th, at 2 1 m. Ho has Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. proving In health wo uro glad to say. many enthusiastic followors who will v On account of having to mo trouble gladly greet him. It was thought that with the boiler in Mr. J. W. Jamca'dU-tlllerThe Hoston Commercial llulletln as a mutter of courtesy to a district ( It was kept running night and says: "Tho smart udvanco of wool In man, as well as for other reasons, this day last week. Mr. John Turnbull has London followed by improvement later county would Instruct for Gen. Hardin, gotten hi mill in shape und Is uwlng lu tho week, muking u gala of 15 to 20 but his road is rather Stony now, as It ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Mill Work. Metal Roofinpr. base b.ill team gun stock fur Uncle Sam's urmy. Mr. per cent in prices over tho London auc- Is apparent thut Stono Is gaining T TO 0. Tho Academy T. S. Young, of Stanford, shipped two tions, bus nuturully caused somo mak- ground every day. One thing Is cerwon Its secocd victory Saturday aftercar loads of o.ik logs from here last ing up of prices here. Tho Hoston tain there will bo a noon by defeating tho Husionvllla nine gamo was week. There are several more car speculators In old clip domestic wool tight for tbo Instruction of the Gurrard by a score of 7 to fl. Tho loads In tliu yurd to bo shipped In tho are paying 10 com clean for almost delegation, and tho man who has tho very Interesting and It was Impossible Qultu u lot of lumber is eNerytblug ottered in tho shape of line strongest following will" capture the uny point of tho gamu which neur future. to tell ut STANFORD, KY. being brought lu from A It. Husiln'n and lino medium territory California prle. There has been somo talk of a wum tho sldo would win, so evenly President, mill ut Krelger uud shlpicil to vurlou und Oregon wools Tho price Is today combination between the Hardin and William Shelton, S (luutiey, Lady Mrs. Nannie matyhod. It was u pitcher' poiuts. I'r ncipal, teams below the market for anything except Stono men, but I do not think thuithis .Mihs Mattio I'axton, Mathematics mid Physical Science; batt'.o from start to Unlsh, but Camnltr Hlakemoro, better known us line medium wool of faulty ehuructcr. will materialize. bam .Mlsi I'udoia Axtell, Primary Department; lo.tbv weakening ullttlo In tho ninth 'snow tluke, tho barber," has Improv- Forty two cunts Miss Ellen lUllou. Music Department; clean landed'ln Boston Tho declamatory contest at tho gradInning and forcing In u run, by giving ed Ills shop wonderfully by palming, Miss Mar Hubbard, Art Department; tllgglns pltchud a line paiierlng and adding buerul pieces ol Is being puld In Wyoming for good lots ed school on Friday ulghl for tho purMiss l'lnra Ita lou. Elocution and Physical Culture; ba.es on balls, of territory wool. Tho market Is In un pose of selecting two to enter tho conMrs Maggie J. Martin, Hoarding Department eamufor Stanford, "fanning' out is considerliaudsume furniture, bum test ntiSomersot calleif out a largo men; Cumnlu, for Hustonvllle, wasuUo ed one of thu bus! barber lu the bluto eminently healthy condition. crowd and tho oxorclses were highly ory ollcctlxe, "fanning" some of the by ull who patiouUo him uud It Is said The tiscal court bus bought u Jl.SOO entertaining, tho contestants acquitbo.'t batters on the Stanford team. cleanbell for F.i)etle now court house,. ting themselves ho call cut liutr butler uud sliuvc with great credit und HusUiiivlllu boys uro u very Thu Tho bell ulonu weighs 2,000 oundsund ollcltlng much upplauso. er thun most burucre. Thoso who sot of follows and did notseum You can talk about your coons Its tunes will bo heard ull over the took part were: Misses Klttlo and say to take tholr defeat hard ill all, but With llielr di Inking uud iiieir craps city. Tholarguclockdiul willbollluml-uute- d Ednu Mason, Mabol Hoyston, Tilllo they will try to tnako up for It next And thu handling ol thu manut night and will bo visible from Arnold, Pearl Hottls, Florence Burn- As It moves uloug thu sirups, teum will Saturday, whun tho Stanford every ulowtilou. Hut us cliuuiplon ol tho barbels side, und Messrs. Grceu Cluy Wulkor, very probably go to Huston vlllu to play. a.un run Kb lu tho loud Mismutcd stockings uro now announc Carlton Elkin, Shorloy Hudson and were, for Stanford, Illg And sulety Is his wulcword TSio batteries ed us a fad of the season. A blue stock Marshal Denny. Miss Edna Musonand And lightning is his seed. gins and Florence; for Hustonvllle, ing with bronu clocks Is worn with u Mr. G. C. Walkor were selected, und Cumnlu urn! H. Hlshop. lll.H'Altl. Ill (MM. Ml. Ms I Oil r.W'Alllili bronre ono with blue clocks; u bluck all uro satlsQed thut they will do credit MIM.U lt. 1IIA1 U'.MAI.N " Rlnj oat the old Ring In the new ASOtiikic When boys At lucrniry will urvl ilralrvy tbo kuwdI uii'll stocking with red dots uccotnpanle a to tho county. I urn Informed that tho Hoi'iiUT Rinj la the true " Rlnjj out the false tlw whuk) j.lnu wUru red ono with black dots, und so on. voting botweenWalkcr und Klkln wus guvo A. A. Ilastln' son, who Dun just uniliuuii'Ulfljr ilcrmip) luucoutsuiliiiw. biuh bring to you the new and true from the tuUrliiiE II llnvugb lli We if Tbo 1,000 box cur which tho C. & O. close, but a smllo from tho latterreduc- married, u charivari, It scared Mr. ll.Jrt uuul.l lifr Lm umxI mt(iI uu ir.Ktlllmi plney forests of Norway damm(v llirv will rum tcpuUbU horso so ho dropped dead. Since I lo I, Un fulJ lu ibylrUlx, lli luwibly dnilin has ordered from iboi'ullmunCompuny ed his percentage. tlialyuu tan then Mr. llastln has been forced torldo I rum llirm, Hill's I aunli Cure, uinuuUi.luir.1 by will bo :itl feet long und of 00,000 pounds A L'o.lulwlu, II , ixiuulm uu MLOMOl'S s i:V8 (shanks' pony, but ho desire now to In h.J.UIiiiy liut Ulrwlly Uju capacity. They will huvoWesttnghouso tuil U ltu lain uU)r Cow,, from lr. l II. Csriills, of Wathlti, I T ins ;itm. lu ii1 form ull charivari cm that ho has Hit hluu.1lltll's iuuivus Curs Ui turn uu Kvl I us air brakes and Tower couplers. lIsorilM "hour Uilllss ul Llntilr Kilters bit laUrrb builu Pine-Tar-Hon- ey cuml lr llruwrr nf tcroiuU. wblcli bi eauwl tmiKtht of Frank Uastln ouothor homo uruulus. It U Ukrii iiilsriislly, "J mls lu Footed on tbo yard fence la front of her Knit tuitsrluy for years. TrrrlMe turn would Oblo, by I". J tbvusy A li. Itiliuiuulslt $"j0. When they como around again for u Danville dwelling, say tbo Advocate, brrst outou bsrbeatlsutlftiw,hrr an.l ih. Ui iloe (xi'l.l bjr Ptusiiliu, pylis J5c ton could (Us uob.li, but r Iwltl. eoiuplels curs to make night hideous with tholr un nj ber bsallh It iiU,ut " Tbl, shows win I Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Is tho following notice: Nobody allowlUli r MUIIIT I III si Ibouwml. luv. proinl-lb- al Klsclrle Itlttrri Is lb. m s earthly sounds, ho will meet them with science to a Pleasant, Permanent, PqmIUyo ed In this yard except renter. Don't Uwl Uuutl iurlnrr known It's tb supreme rew. An editor at Gullutln, Mo., make uy for scmius, tstlsr, ull rb.uiu, uUvrs. bolls suJ something olso than a Hickory ciuu. Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces bother tho slstern. ruuulng sores. It stimulates llt.r, klJnegri sod of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Mr. llastln Is a bud man from Hitter thu following aiology lu thu Ursl Issue tiowel, esivls pMsoos, b.lp dljillou bulldi up Lungs awexhDa Tho sore, weary cough-wortbu lreuih. Iluljr .10 (cut,. Aold Ij IVniijr, A IIOAT Creek and as ho ha unothcr son to of hi paper: "Attention bus boon call Till. AITUTITK W lru(W't lluinuttd. mucus Is cut out , the rated ; the microbe-bearinby ll r djrinlc whow Mouiaib warning I given pro bono ed to ono blemish upon our record henvlwl marry, this ru uul of urJ.r All suck .liouM know cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed J publico. that of a term lu tho Missouri Leglsla tli.t Uir klnic. New 1.1 fu l'IU. Itie wuuJrrlul Cloth Is now being mado successfully )r membranes are healed and soothed so that there llvtr ltsuis.lv, gi,ia pUnJIJ ! Wau.niNO.- - Mr. George Vogt, of tare; but wo can oiler usuuuxtenuatlug StuuiulianJ dlKrMUm suits rmultr Jlllr luult from wood, and Is said to us flexible, is no Inclination to cough. iwtil., ou uil fuel thai when an ut iliat Iu.uim Duly soft, durable and susceptible to dyes as krsllli iml rit I'litrgr, Corbln, was Berlously hurl while shak. circumstance tho SOLO BY ALL GOOD ORUaaitTS XV l IVuujrs lf ug blore. us another other fabrics. m s Ing u carpet during her spring clean- tempt was mado to give Bottles Only. 28o., 60e. ans) $1.00 SIsm Tho llrst train over tho South l'ark ing. This should bo u warning to those term, wo were uco,ultted by a very C SURE YOU OCT IlK r'OOLKD T1IK SI UOKONS. IA ?tsaJ Into Dllllon, Col., for four months, ran good women who spend most of tho largo majority." I. O.aodDsvs'Msd All doctors told lUuIck lltiolllon, of West Jrf. lycu s riw.sj. MM-Ttf4Nt- ty quirk and nrrmaiMot rlW tcurlug tholr houses up und solid wulls of snow Friday and fsrsou, O , iftsr suttrlui( Is auioulbt from Ut r. BOO.. It (Its spring Tbo woinun manager of a California througd oully opcrslloa wu 1 lilult, b would dl. uuli4 sna nmun tnnusavsuucoaauMis. oous. KswsliSk putting them back lu nhao. If. A. insurance, company is credited with thu steumod Into tho town amid tbo blow. wrlsrmed, bul liscuuj bluwlfvltb ttrs botes ot cur. ou I Bfiffr. tu. ,. ... . in largest sulury over puld to any woman, Ing of whistles aud tho ringing of bells. I lluctleu i.iniiis .ruir., . I., surssi nilu. .VUI I" W..U. "... ...w u I4IH..I .1... 1.. U.I.iruut..- tt ..! I .J Stoiik room ou Main Street for rent. 10,000 a ycur. box, bold by blockade has been broken. The mow V. 1. Walton. WORSTED. SUtTS, -);THE S5 1CISH. SENATOR WILLIAM GEOBEL GLOBEJ- Telephone LADIES SLIPPERS. Tey Are Beautiful, They Are Good, They Are Cheap, Southern Ties, Oxfords and Button. H. J. M'ROBERTS. I y, A.C.smEJLI STANFORD, KY. three-corner- ed Stanford Female College. lo 1 Hus-tln'- d nier-rur- DR. BELL'S surl-itv- luls-U- 1 w n g irlt i UV a I- 1 .. For Sale at Penny's Drug Store.B i POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. Woman tulTratTe was killed in tbo Connecticut Legislature 103 to 03. Itcprcscntutlvo I'ayne, of Now York, May 9, 1899 denies that ho Is out of tho raco for Stanford. Ky.. speaker. In tho Nelson county democratic W. T. WALTON. primary Saturday II II. Hrown ' defeated Y. 1 Wells by 33 votes. John S. Rhea will speak at Owcni- -' I A banquet to cost 100 per vlato will boro on tho 15th In response to tho bo given Admiral Dewey on his arrival chargo of Uen. Hurdln, that ho (Rhea) In New York. Ho Is oxpoctcd to start wrote tho last State platform. Tho homo In a week or two. Messenger says: It may bo conjee- -) Senator Hanna Is said to employ five lured that In tho course or his re- - stenogrnpners incrciy 10 answer vno marks, Mr. Uhca will also explain to letters of persons who think they ought the pcoplo of Kentucky why he, with ' to have an omco ana mat no ougm 10 nearly every other original silver man Ret It for them. O. M. Welburn, tho defaulting Unl- In Kentucky, opposes tho nomination! of Hardin for governor nt this time, ted State rcvenuo collector nt San An Interview appears In yesterdny's Francisco, was arrested. He had on10- -' acres, 21 Loulsvlllo Dispatch with Gen. Hurdln, (listed in tho regular" army under an Editor J. Frank Hutchcson, of tho Tho Ruekcr farm of Where the crowds continually congregate, and knowing Democrat, and Robert Mont-fo- miles from Lexington on tbo Llay in which be denies that ho said that assumed name. Greenup Brer Tuylor should bo content with Lucky, novelist and poet, had a Mill road, sold nt $105.05. Kliea wrote tho platform, but a tho hoppers come oftencM we will ollor tlil week mine The Debutante stakes for notes of one of tho best stenographers tho freak of fool luck that mado him street fight at Wllllamstown, butneith- won by ot tempt fato er was much hurt. fillies at Louisville wa In tho State, coupled with the state- - attorney general and 1 moot of men ns reputablo as Gen. Har-- 1 and the fool killer by nsplrlng to tho Joseph Ballcngcr, of Martinsville, Mollle Newman nt 7 to Joh Jones sold to Henry Hester a din, show that ho did, a question 01 .governorship. Louisville limes, Ind., falling to kill hlmelf by cutting Tho total appropriations of tho last his throat, walked a half mllo barefoot Shorthorn cow for $15 and to a Danville veracity Is raised and may further com Congress have nt last been footed up. ed to n sapling and hungMHmscit. pirty a Shorthorn bull for $10. plicate matters. This Is a sale replete with money saving opportunities G. W.Jones, of Pulaki. sold to M. Tho amount Is $074,1131,02::, besides J. N. Richardson was Injured while Western tour, contracts were authorized which will ON his return from a 0 4 I'nMcacli Sheeting lie, dynamiting fish in Franklin county, by J. Furrls yesterday 29 800 pound steers Senator Depow says he found demo- require 77,047,274 nt n future date. the dynamite exploding In his hands. at5o. He also sold a lot of heifers at 10 4 Unb each Shifting lL'Jc crats so strongly for Dryan that they of sup- It ought to have blown his head off. 4c. Threo large In 10 pieces of New Percales, regular 10c and 'Jo quality, want him first and a platform next. A. W. Carpenter sold to W, L. porters of tho administration's policy Mrs. Matilda Noland. aged 100, died fact ho can get tho democratic nomina- In tho Philippines were held In Chicaof Port Orange, Fla , three special price this wevk o, 7c and S jo, from tho effects of n fall. tion and wrlto his own platform putting go Sunday afternoon, and strong com- at Albany bull calves ut $35, 40and Sho prayed that she might bo permit- Poll Durham A big lot New Calicoes only 3o. In 10 to 1 or leaving It oil as ho pleases. mendatory resolutions were adopted. $50. world came to an It Is a foregone conclusion, he snys,that A bill just passed by the Missouri ted to llvo until the Dully Trade Bulletin Tho Chicago McKlnley will be nominated, but Roose- Senute defines as a. trust ''any two per- end. Rear Admiral Watson, a Kcntuck-ia- n, ha reports which show that thU year's place. Ho velt doesn't want the second sons or concorns who combino for tho has been ordered to Manila to re- wheat crop will be 00,000,Oi0 bushels will bo renominated for governor of purpose of restricting trade or controlport to Dewey to relievo that officer less than last year. New York and then look out for him ling prices, or those who refuse to sell ared Dorsoy Golddust, tho producer of fine when he feels that he can be In 1004. There will bo a regular Roose to others In the same line of business.' For a hi I"! of Men's soft shlils, Mvlr.v. Cloth, delaohablo Eastern and combined roadsters, unex there. HI make volt deluge then. Tho "Old Teach" one of Gov. Brad celled for tho road or market, Iowa, Kentucky Maryland, Massa collar, and cutis, and one lot of 25 iloien white tMxIy with J. Andrew Steolc, F. thinks he knows It all, but tho country chusetts, Mississippi and Ohio elect slipped and fell on tbo the pressnt seaton ut $10 to Insure. has lost confidence Inbls integrity slnco governors next November. Of these ley's colonels, wash 111 dining room Hoor of tho Reed Hotel at Held. he announced that he will vote to seat Thoma Turner, Maryland are considered Chattanooga and had n hip and shoul Ohio and of all Quay in contravention of Mt. Sterling, has so'd to Floyd Day, doubtful. Iowa and Massachusetts are der dislocated. of Wolfecounty expected to elect republicans and Ken- Caufleld col a judgment for !, of Jackson, 4.W0 acres C. J. Commercial-TribuMississippi democrats. Post for libel timber land for $22,410 cash. tucky and The Cincinnati 000 against tho Louisville A. W. Carpenter's fine Poll Durham is moved to remark that If a debtor is Courier Journal. In publishing that there wnnshortago i Ellzabethtown News, tho broth- - In hUnnuntsus clerk of tho Eddy- - bull he bought lust year in Illinois died honest and is ever afterwards able ho xhe last week from eal'ng clover. He was At one-hawill liquidate his Indebtedness, even If er 0f whose editor was trfcd for con vlllo penitentiary. Itrlr regalar pricr, they were mad( to ret ill at 1, 1'iejr g.) in thit sal at years old und weighed It, has been wiped out by a bankrupt spiracy to bribe one Garnelt Graves, at The $5,000 bastardy suit of Mrs. a little over two 4l'o. , the railroad convention at trankfort, court. True, Indeed, but of tho nun-Frank Royse against J!m Cager Yates 1,500 pounds. Some of tho Long Island farmers nre dreds of thousands who took tho bene- - publishes an affidavit that Graves stole Is on trial at Edmonton, with tho twin lit of the law, when It was In operation money from the Taylor county fair, for bastards a boy and a girl filed as an soiling their potulo croM before the tubers are plnnteJ, the purchaser paybefore, a man can count on his fingers which he was gate keeper, of Judge exhibit In he pleadings. says: clearings fur ing 05 cents a bushel for the eststnuted without going over them twice tbo Rives, of Lebanon, tho paper Tho aggregate bank honest men under that standard. Anybody who wants to know about April show a gain of 00 5 percent, over product und taking all risks. Men's. Hoys' and Children's up to date Clolhing, d Mrs. J. P. Chlnn Is ubout tbo most Our experience has been, and wo have Rives as a reformer can go to the April, 1S03; of 102 per cent, over April. Men's and I.adiei' Shoes at pricrt that cannut be matched 1304. successful poultry breeder In Mercer a good deal of It, that men who ord of the court of appeals and see how 1897; of 122 per cent, over April, countv. Sho already has 1,000 sprtrg intend to Dav their honest debts do not' near he came to belnc disbarred upon and of 03 per cent, over April, 1892. tnk-e- n chickens and 00 raoro hens will bo Unbe relieved from them by a the dishonorable charge of altering the first try to The cigar makers International from the nests soon Harrodsburg law that Is vicious In the extremo and record. ion says that $120,0u0.000 worth of ciHow such stuff as this gets Into a gars are mado in this country a year Democrat. against public policy. B. G. Fox sold to F. M. Slewart, of sermon from a Bible text Is hard manufacture T.D lUNEY, ManaKcr Gambetta Maryland has a law making It a to understand, but Sam Jones work and that theirworking man's puts Atlanta, u pocket. In tho $200, and a burners commltsulcide and ed It In at Louisville: The only felony to attempt to Wilkes mare for Branch stores at Eliiabethtown. Elktnii, Owen.U)ro, She hvvillr, Versailles, Hards-towGeorge Dinning, colored, who sued gcldltg for $140. He also sold to Win. the first trial under it occurred at Cum- difference I can see between the llopklrnvllle, Madisonvilte, MorganAcM. Georgetown Ky , Clarkarllle, Tenn. him out of harness gelding berland Friday. The defendant, who republican and democratic parties reeuiators for running Agnew, a Slmnson countv. obtained a verdict In for $200. Advocate. is a Virginian and an m and the is that one Is high for $50,000 against produced very strong extenuating cir- other is Bangle, owned by E. It. Gardner, Jr., Republicans the Federal court cumstances which mado him desire to como around talking about tho grand six of them, the others being let out and trained by C. B. Reld, won the shuffle oil his mortal coil before his old principles of tho republican party. In refusing to pardon a wife murder- Loulsvlllo Handicap Saturday In 1:511. natural time, and he was dismissed with As a matter of fact; these men never er, Gov. Roosevelt expressed hln.self a The distance was 11 miles and considan admonition. As only those who fall read tho COD8lltution of the United stromrudvocatoof the whipping post ering tho heavy track the lime was A large nsiortuient of good Wall Paper at 4c, 5c, c 7c anil H' x:r roll to .elect to succeed In felo de so can bo tried K,fttp. np of th.,p ow State. ani woul(j for men who are guilty of wife beating fusl. Ho sold 3 to :.. Isabey was sec- from at the store ot and punished, Marylanders and others) not know a prDcipie ond and Alleviate third. ( they would or cruelty to children ordurabanlraals. who are tired of life, will doubtless meet one In the road. Why, you old Jonas Wclhl bouchl of Jumes B. business men of Prince Seventy-fiv- e make sure work ot It when tbey start republican fools, you ain't got enough ton, who petitioned tho grand jury to Parkcs, of Kingston, 51, l,400-ouncuttU aro Wo out to die by their own hand. abo hang Wall Paper at 5c iwrrollbv the moit competent men and carry cv return no indictments against Insur- export cattle at 41c. These sense to know what a principle is. cry thing in the ance companies, havo been cited to ap- - tho first to leave Madison this season A dispatch from Lexington to tho via tbo and show cause why they snouiu and wero shipped Wednesday BRIEF MEWS NOTATION. lear gives the startChicago Times-JournL. .V N., direct to Brighton, Muss., for not bo nunlshed for contempt. ling Information that of tho 47 colonels So far 11 Negroes have been lynched Register. Mr- -. Kmma Toole, who lives alone exportation to England. Pictures Framed to order on uliott notice in latet tvle. (live n a call nml k-and three generals who went with Gov. this year In Georgia. how you can taru unmet Croix, Ind., was stricken with were about 100 cuttlo on tho near St. There only seven Bradley to Chlckamauga, Mrs. Frank Dycus, of Kuttawa, was paralysis and fpr 22 days lay at tier market jesterduy und most of them V.i. 3(K5 Telephone N.. l'.'l. it Danville Ky. ever smelted tho smoke of battle or fatally gored by a cow. Somo good steers homo without food or drink. A neigh ebunged bunds. know how to mark time, and not one of Woodford, 75, Dr. J. T. Graves, of bor finally broko tbo door open und brought us high us 5c. but 5c was the them offered bts services In the late hung himself to get rid of trouble. Own. found her more dead than alive from ruling prlco for them. Heifers wero Spanish war. It Is a pity to spoil repJames K. Meglbben, a well known starvation. about 4c and butcher stuff 3 lo 3c. utations and traditions In this way. distiller and turfman, died at Cynthia- At Princeton, Police Judge Pearcy Plug horses woo dull und only u few Against anyone on tho road, that wants Each of the colonels and generals Is a na. and County Clerk Pasteurs engaged In mules sold. Tho prices for tho lutter lo give you a brush, jou ran ulwnys do born fighter, willing to do so at tho The school census at Lexington shows a light us tho result of u political dis- wero$45to$!0. when seated In one of our drop of a hat, so what boots It If they a loss of 1,500 colored pupils slnco last cussion. Each of tho gentleman had did not go to war? year. Dkad. John Johnson, the Negro lost an arm and tho fight, which wus a The Stato Dental Association of fist and scull ono, was hot und amus- carpenter, died Suturday morning uflcr with easv running gear, ami you ran bet Some of tho Alger organs are claim- Kentucky meets at Mammoth Cave u long illness of consumption llu that nnlfiing but a thoroiiKhlirrd will pass ing. ing In bis favor and his Incompetent May 10. Our line stock of up Hvo sturtled the republicans eeral ycurs you John Moore, who killed his appointees that with approximately tho thou d bo inspected by Uiom) Joshua Trice, of Floruvlllo, O., wb children nt Hutchinson, Kus., has been ago by unnounclng that bo wus u same number of men there wero 10,15!) wlio are not not potted on the desl'ablu has been married twice, ha 35 living found guilty of murder In tho first defor circuit eWk. htyle fciiil quality of our block. deaths the first year of tho civil war children. ........ ... , gree, which means u llfo sentence In i and only 0,500 in tho Spanish. The IJ F. HLAKKMAN. luto of Siunford, Joseph Hackman, of Cleveland, O., & that Suto. Ho got away from tho is on trlul ut Louisville for crlmiiiul B. K. comparison Is odorous and foolish. died In tcrrlblo ugonjr as tho result of sheriff on being returned to jail, but conspiracy to extort money from u mun There was fighting and killing tho first a Stanford, Ky, Opp. cat bite. was captured aftor a chaso. year of tbo civil war, 10 times us many on a churgo of ultompted ruo. Tho new steel trust Is to have a capWhitney, wife of tho Mrs. W. C. being killed In tbo battles of Bull Run ital of a billion of dollars, the largest of tho navy, died ut New and Manassas as was In all tho battles of any yet. from tho effects of being thrown York A very of tho Spanish war combined. Carnegie Is reported to havo 6old his fromu horse a year ago. Sho was few of the 0,100 wero killed In battle, 6DC. steel interests to bis copartners forovcr Whitney's second wife and ho was her They wero murdered fey Incompetents. $150,000,000. The painting season is here. We wish to call your attention to the faet ilm second husband, her first being Capt. u RETURNS. Tho General Carriage company, cap-lt- Randolph, of tho British navy. ketp the Ile.t Heady Mixed I'ulnls, Oil., Varnishes, Urimhes, Ac, in the market. Gov. Bradley has sent out 300 or 400 $20,000,000, has been Incorporated truth-o- r letters to friends in Kentucky urging n CinTlalUt, Dr. (lolditeln. tliu Tho doublcjhangtng of Wm. S ! llou.u I'riilay und them not to commit themselves yet in at Trenton, N. J. and Charles Winston occurred at will be at tliu12M)er ID, two days, llrailachu uutl May A wind storm blew down 10 buildings Washington for killing their sweetthe race for tbo republican nomination und NeumlKla entirely relluveU uml tlio of Toilet Articles, such Our lino Tooth llruslut). Hair llrtnibes Combs s'...-A- c to ' for governor. Ho said that somo of the In Cblckasu, Ok., killing four and and of the very best quality. hearts. They started for tho scuffold sight restored. (Jlimtes liltedlilm. weak und , is complete, 10 persons. republican leaders opposed him In evand seven minutes later Uufectlvo eeit. Cull und no just at noon PRESCRIPTIONS carefully coinpoundyd from t.H Purest and lies! druci ob. The campaign agulnst tho Filipinos they wero swinging from tho gallows. erything he did, and be Intended to be tnlnable. i'rices reasonable, tte solicit your pntionage. In the tight this summer, which means has reduced the lighting strength of Both sang on tho way from their cell the urray 50 per cent. & that Brer Taylor won't ba In It. to tho scaffold and continued to sing till OPTIONS ON FARMS Tho gruud jury at Carlisle indicted the drop fell. IN uddltton to having written the all tho slot machine men, but let tbo John Wulden, who was given 150 WANTED. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOnn National democratic platform, as ho insurance people ulono. duys ut Glasgow for u breach of tho ullegcs, Gen. 1'. Wutt Hardin offers William Bickers, of Chattanooga, peace, absolutely refuse! tobrcuk rock, o 1 would like to tuke options on good fiirim o another claim for fume.. Ho tnld u Cin- killed himself bouuuso ho could not saying bo would dlo first. A ball und Tor terms uuil County. In Lincoln o cinnati Enquirer roKrter bo charmed mauago his household. WM I.ANDUUAI. ubout bis unkles und chain wero placed o Krlger. Ky s u ruttlesuako or rather subdued it with The Lexington street rullwuy und wus left sitting all duy In tho sun o und a buggy tho Hercules leu plant hiwo been sold ho his wonderful days. Ho wus put 011 brcud und o for two whip. to a Richmond, Vu., syndicate. o wuter for two duys, when ho ebunged Home For Mrs. StylqB ussasslnuted her mother his notion und went to work. o JOHN I). White, smarting under tho told her child o treatment ho received ut tho Rich- ut Chlcugo bocuuso she wedlock. o was bora oul of UND AND STOCK. mond convention, may run indepen- that she Tliu Cook iri);rty ut llu.tonvlllu UoiTir- o Tho National Cur Kquipmont Compadforsalo nrlvuteh Tuo dHillliig U u dent foi commissioner, In which event o Nancy Hanks will bo bred to Arion. commodious frame, uulldlng of lu looms, In incorporated at Sun FranIn Older lo Make Uoom for Spring fttylrs. Col. Hamilton will read bis tltlo clear, ny bus been ioi o Green Slier sold 70 hogs yeslerduy ut leusonuhly good lemlr. wlillo me Tliu cisco with cupltul of 10,000,000, It) acres of spltndld luud. u result not very chimerical whether o uro K"d und ttieru Is convenient Tho government awarded a contract Die. o be docs or not. Ul.op sold yostciduy u bunch to tliu iuldfiici u No. 1 cNtern. Tliuru l no iA pa Sam for a million and u half pounds o prettier nr more convenient homo inC'eiitrul of heifers ut $10.25. Kentucky uud u Ikizuln cun Ih liud III It. Judge Holt has come out for Judge per to print revenue stumps at lie. o I'or further p.irtloulur cull on J II. Cook, W. H. Johnson sold to K. T. Woods Cardinal Gibbons said in a sermon at Clifton Trait for tbo republican nomio llu.tou vllle, or U. II. Cooper, Htuuford. ID OO OOOOOOO OOOOOO OOCOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO New York that tbo marriage of Mrs. bunch of hogs at 3c. nation for governor. 0 00 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! - J.W. Allon sold to J. C. Hays 14 Sloano and Perry Belmont so soon afwas a crlmo against yearling steers nt $25. S. M. Owens will breed three richly Christ. troubles caused Wm. R. bred tnaros to Nnboth. Financial B. Chancellor bought of John P. DaBowler, known as tho best Mason In vis a black gelding for $125, Nebraska, to kill himself nt Omaha. Foil SALB.250 good mountain owes. Mrs. Kunlco Brown, of Kansas City, tried to fill her gnsollno slovo jyhllo It Walter Greening, UuslonvUld. A. M. Penco bought of J. H. Orcor was burning aud was burned to denth. aged 81, fell head- five milk cows and calves at $35. Monroo Cannon, T. C. Gulley bought of Burton, of foremost In a spring ncarCrofton whllo $21. trying to drink out of It nnd was drpwn- - Pulaski, 20 yearling stcors at O. L. Carter sold yostcrtlny a lot oi cd. d steers at $3.1. Tho superintendent says that the yearling and two-- j ear-olR. K Gnlnes bought In tho Preach-ersvlll- o Thomas Clock Company at ChicaSeth hognt.lio. section f0 go, is maklnr nnd selling 25,000 clocks Sam M. Owens sold to D. W. Moore, a week. geldTho Plttsburz. Ta.. people thought of Boj lo, hi famous old walking murder famo.a ing for $150. Mrs. George, of Saxton W. II. Brown sold in B. F. Robinson llttlo too hot n number for them and herlecturo'for that placo was called 50 hogs at3lc and to Schooler, of Gniraid, 27 at same price. off. ter her dlrorco 10O-kui- h! rt Constant Attractions Eaoh Week Pre-An- d pares Surprises Plenty of Them. for the Next. Bound For The Itouisiille Store I SPECIAL BARGAINS. The People's Money Saving Store, ld 0 1 mass-meetin- gs We Made A Deal I ne Silk Fronts lf Men's Linen Pants, 75c. rec-ha- The Louisville Store. four-year-o-ld cock-oloru- Just Think Of It. J d A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, tl al Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Holding Your Light Road Wagons u OAK-ltlAGl- S cun-illdu- to Wearen e, Son, Ooiirl-Uou.- Dr. GOLDSTEIN Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, TOILET ARTICLES al CRAiC HOCKER. j iiarlk'u-larHuddr- e. wiU-pow- or Prttty Sale. Wall Paper AT COST. . W. B. McROBBRTS. rvTr t rcf x0irtrr- $t - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'. at last It was the republican could havo mado It 11(1,000 Just as easily. ReThy tho Safe Hoc Cholera Curo for Juht received a beautiful lino of publicans demand Its repeal becauto alo at Craig Ar Hocker'. May 9, 1899 Kvery body was in yesterday but you. Don't blame us If your size Stanford. Ky., box paper. Craig Ac Hocker. under It Hanna can not buy tho State I 1 i. Isn'l Jiero when you cal'. as In 1800, i.s ho Is too good a business SI'I.kniiih rain havu fallen nnd Wk hnvo Just received a car of vegetation I climbing out of sight. man to put up his money for goods that E. C. Waltom, Humnkhs Manaokii. blackimithing coal. Send at can not bo s delivered. A similar law Is OLASfl cabinet reduced to 12. Time onco If you want some J. II. Uaugh-ma- n If you let another week pas without coming In and tclectlng one of In ellect In Virginia and Tenncsscc.and A: Co. WATKlt. Ico cold, pure and limited. Mis Sacray, photographer. our Cut I'rlcc Suits. We have a few business suits loft that wo have Soiia Is absolutely necessary here for honest rcfresJlngut Penny' Drue Store sold at 10 and $12, now t7 60 Something In finer quality, worth $18 irnwt WlUClNSON I doing a rushing busi- TllK meeting to form n Commercial elections. and 120, now flo and tlrt. Reed our warning and Come at Once. or W'K havo n record of more than )H)- ,Ho then told how Hardin had turned you may have cause to regret your delay (HK rorrcctly filled prescription. Don't nc In tho bnrbcr line. Call and bo Club was not as largely attended a tho you think tlmt untitles u to your cot refreshed for tho summer. Initial meeting, but a fair crowd with down all tho leading sliver men In the tldcncoy Penny' Drue Store much enthusiasm was present. Hon. Siato convention that nominated him l, Du. It. Goldstein, tho eminent 8hoci, Hats, J. N. Saunders read the constitution for governor, and choso Senator Lind pebsonaITahd SOCIETYlOSSIP. will bo with us again on thu 12th and by law prepared and mado sub- say over Hlackburn nnd Gov. Knott, No. 300 West Main St., DAN VILLI', KY. and 13th. Sea card In thl Issuo. Mit.s John A. AI.lkn continue III. stantially tho report given in our last. hi own county of Mercer helping him to do it and to adopt tho platform T. RlCK, of Hurgln, cnt sovcrul S. TllK salo of W. J. Carson' effects In Tho former wcro adopted and ofllccr written by a gold standard man. Ho day hero. tho West Kml will occur at 1 l M., elected as follows: J. .V. Saunders, A. A. Wauhkn went to Cincinnati Saturday noxl. Don't fall to attend. president; A. C. Sine, vieo president; kept the party In doubt a to his attiGeorgo H. Wcaren, secretary; John J. tude from Juno to early autumn and this morning. T. S. Yoi'.vo shipped two car load McRoberts, tiensurcr. Thu board uf then when Gov. IJradley asked him at Mils. Mauy IlOWMAN has returned of walnut log and two of whltu oak to directors chtHcn are II. J. McRoberts, tho Louisville Auditorium whether ho from Mlstuiirl. Advocate. MlKrt JkaNDicu, of Crab Orchard, C. C. Mengel A: Co., Louisville, last J. C. Florence, Will Severance W. H. would, If tho appointment of a l S. .Have. week. Is the guest of Mir Honrle Kith. Me Kinney nnd J. F.. Hruce. A solicit- Senator devolved on hltn, appoint a free tcnt last ing committee of which Will Sever- silver or n uold standard democrat. Nkki.KY StoNK and wife TllK county court yesterday was bar ho failed to answer, n he evidently week with relative at Covington. ren of Items. F.verybody was interested ance, J. K. Hrucc and Dr. W, X. Craig thought IlUstOU- tho question a raising of false were named, was apixilnted, with two J. W.U.ICKIt PlNKKUTON, of In Goebcl's speirh Bnd deferred bus! more to bu added. Calls for member Issues, the creation of u diversion and vlllc, I now clerk at the St. Asaph. ness to a more oportuno season. wcro then mado when 111 Joined the an attempt to plaster over democratic Mish Nijttik Whay has returned Tin, dissolution of tho linn of Sever- club. Tho meeting then adjourned llll principle with foreign matter. Mr. from a visit to friend In Lancaster. Hardin claims to bo a martvr. but Mhsoami'--S II. T. IlAltutsand Hess'u ance A: Sons will place an enormous next Friday night. martyr has always been thought to They will sell you tho right kind of TURNING PLOW and the best of FKUTILI- mcrcbandlso on tho Saunders went to Louisville Saturday. stock of tlrst-claZICKS. Seo them before buying. mean one who sutler for a cause not IIO.V. WILLIAM GOKHHL Mich. I). II. SKi.VNKit and Mis F.rma market at greatly reduced prices. one who make a cause uller for him, Morse, of HusionvUIc, aro hero today. Son. William Fields, of Livingston, CIIAKM8 A OHKAT AUDIKNIK, I'ltlCKS u Hardin had done. C. K. Stout, of Greenfield, Ind., hn TllK IIAIIDIN IICIIIII.K ANIJ STATUS had n car load of sod shipped from this At Shelbyvllle, Mr. Hardin is creditmoved hi family to A. II. Florence' S HIS OWN POSITION WITH county Saturday to beautify tho ground ""SV ed with making a most remarkable utCOltagO. AND WITHOUT hi night Gable Hotel at that terance: That his defeat would mean S Missus Ijov IIocKr.it and Mamlo around KVARION. fall of tho cause he represented and . Wheeler, of Hustonvlllc, wcro hero place. The largest crowd ever packed In the tho Gko. II. P.Mlltis has a full line of Lincoln county court house greeted would be heralded around the world as Saturday. Kl'll PaYNK and wife, formerly of general merchandise, which ho will the Hon. Win, Gocbel yesterday, when oucn. The speaker showed tho absurdCrab Orchard, have moved to Colorado sell low and pay tho highest prlca for h- - :iro-- o to scak after being appropri- ity of tho claim and in nn amusing way how the new would alTcct the country produce to rolde. ately Introduced by Hon. R. C Warren. told If your machine needs overhauling or fixed In any way, leave word with me at C. O. HllYHOX, of Cincinnati, wa compliments great otcntate of the world and tho once and I will have an expert here this Ho acknowledged thu o DON'T fall to hear tho Centre month for the purpose of putting old macommotion It would cause In the househere again Sunday to ieo his pretty Glee Club at tho Presbyterian paid hi in by Mr. Warren and tho peo- hold of the cllete monarebs. "Did you chines in good order. Only during this month will we do this, as wo will bo busy sweetheart. night plu by their magnltlclent preence and ever read or did yo.i ever hear," said Cooi picture of Mr. and Mr. Hoi-da- church, Hustonvlllc. Thursday after June 1 with new machines. denoxl. A splendid program will bo proceeded at once to business. He Stuart appear In Saturday' Cour-It- r clared for that grand declaration of tho speaker, "of Lee or his generals, rendered. Refreshments after thu Journal. principles, the Chicago platform, and Abraham II.. Lincoln, Grant, . Andrew ,., . .. entertainment. I. .. -W. Owns MclNTVKK, of tho Henry nnu ' "1"cr Ttthe world ino otner innt nmiihtttleallv for thn til.ink fnr thu captains of Democrat, was hero Saturday IN the list of payments by the Southclaiming tbt.l free coinage of gold and silver at ern Mutual Investment Co., which is and Sunday. of HI to land for tho nomination 'but if they went down the cause they Pittsburg, printed on our 4th page, will tw seen ratio d would also dlo? Those Mits. John W. Mastin.oI of Wni. Jennings Hryan. The result men are dead, but there are unt sovorul day with her slstur, Mr. the namus of many peoplu you know, of IMM settled nothing and tho Issnm who have gotten big returns. There then presented should be again submit other difference between them and A. C. Martin. Mits. L. II. Hussiso nnd children, are several In Danville and Lancaster. ted to tho peaplo. All the candidates Hardin than that hui living." Mr. Goebel then referred to his own of Somerset, speut several day at Mr. Wiikki: Is ID:? Mr. Huberts, the and all regular democrats stood for tho parly service, which began in tho SenJoo II. I tout's. Chicago pliltform, so he would discus We are taking measures for Fred Kaufman, the American Tailor. The line of Dlt. W. F. PHILLIPS, candidate for man Irom Stanford, who hud made other IsKiies of crcat Importance to the ate in lb87. The railroad commission open 'a saloon, must us then constituted, merely accepted sample comprises every thing in the fine State auditor, and wife aro at Mr. V. preparations to people of the State. havu found a more tempting Held, for II. Johnson's. He then discussed the McChord bill thu statement of tho railroads as to hi fixture ready, his their value. He pushed to the passage Mus. J. M. Whitk and daughter, after, getting ar- to prevent extortion by railroads, pass- u bill to assess railroad property us any Mln Mamie, aro back fnm a visit license granted and other matters ed by a democratic legislature, but ve ranged, he left town and has not since to friend in Pulaski. toed by a republican governor, and other und as chairman of an Investi of. Mlddlosboro New. Also a complete line of Featherweight J. L. Fkoiiman, tho Globo man, of been heard kept only from becoming a law over gating committee us to tho part the railroad lobby was playing, reported Danville, was hero yesterday and left MONOIKNTS.--- T. J. Teter, sexton that veto by tho vote of u few men that the attention of the judge of the an order for a blir "ad.'1 at ilutlalo Cemetery, who I also a elected as democrats. Tho Chlnn Mil. A. C. MaKTIN left with hi wife monument maker, ha Just put school book bill, which would Franklin circuit court should bo called for Hcodersonvllle, N. C. thl morn-In- ir up a nice ono of Georgia granite for save half a million a year to tho chil- to their act and indictment procured for tho benefit of her health. Mr. lvon W. Fish over thu gravo of his dren of tho State, had been pacd in against It member. Since then tho There is no better house in this business Their workmanship Is the best; trim-O- ur TllK Somerset Paragon say that wlfu at Junction City. Somu of the tho same way, vetoed In like manner L. & N. has camped on his trail and as mings the best and we guaranty a perfect tit rr no sale stock of Mr. K. S. Goooh I visiting her lck nicest monument In the cemetery here and also kept fro.-- becoming a law by a matter of fact he has been doing father In tho Wayneburg section. wcro mado by Mr. Teter, who doe ex- such democrat. The election law, which some camping himself. When the democratic caucus wa held In 1S00, be MKSUAMK.HCHAUJ.K.S WllKKI.KIt, of cellent work at lower rate than city he hud the honor to Introduce, had, afproud to say that ho cast bis voto For gentlemen ia complete Silk finish Lisle Shirts and Drawer, Scriven's Elastic Hustouvllle, and O. U. McCartv.of Ml Arm. passing both bodies, shared tho wa ter for that great lawyer and simon puro Spam Drawers. Good Iialbriggan Shirts and Drawers for 25c. ftayLatest design Salem, were hero shopping Friday. Lincoln county Hoy Phosi'kkinu. same fata at the hand of tho governor, democrat, Gov, John Young Brown, n Gent's Fine Shoes Mits. W. M. UltlUlIT went to Prof. T. M. Shannon, brotherof Mar but It was pasted over tho veto and was but when Blackburn wu nominated ho to visit her lter, Mr. yesterday slml Joo A. Shannon, of Crab Orchard, now tho law. All these aru democrat- becamu hi loyal supporter and wa W.J. Yager, and attend the musical has, with hi falhcr-ln-taRev. John ic measures Important to every citizen honored by being mado the head ot the festival. who doe not want to havo his means steering committee. He bad helped to S. W. Pari, II. CulH!ppcrt of Georgia, bought the Mr A I.KTTKU from Gasconudo Hotel building at Lebanon, absorbed by tho rapacity of the rail- thwart the republican attempt to un- u to whowaa.MIss Higgin, ask SSfc&'JB,? roads and tho trust and who wants a scat members by securing tho adoption change her paper to Dayton, O., from Mo., which once sold for ?S.,000, und free election and u fair count. will convert It Into acollegu. Mr. Shanuf thu rule thut when thu republican Germantown. Since thu Inauguration of tho cam-iiIl- 'ii lieutenant governor refused to put u Is a former Lincoln county Miss F.mylknk Alkxaniikk, look-In- s non, who ho had tried without avail to to Mr. T. J. Foster mution, thu clerk of theSenutu should prettier than ever, I at home from boy, mako hi competitor say how they mother, Mr. und other. do so, how be resisted thu attempt of u Cincinnati, visiting her stood on tliei-- measures. Not only had Mary Alexander. TllK tlrm of Severaeco A: Sons has Hardin failed to champion them, but republican governor to over awo tho Miss KhSiK IIUIICH wont to Louis-vlll- o been dissolved by the retirement of A. ho had characterized the effort to bring law making branch of thu government j with the mllltaryand how he had help ALWAYS IIAITKXS. vesterdav to attend tho festival II. Soverunce, who will locate at them into thu campaign a "the raisN. C, where ho took his ing of false Issues, creating a diversion ed to kill tho fusion bill designed to kill and wbllo there will bo tho guest of wife for her health, and whero thu doc- and an attempt to plaster tho Chicago tho democratic party. He enumerated Ks Mr. John A. Ilatduman. On account nf the ill health of his wife the junior member of our splendid service he had A iilsi'ATtil say that "Dr." Joseph tor say It i best forherto remain. Mr. firm, A. 11. Severance, has decided to locate in Hendersonvllle, X. C. nf with foreign matters." He many other platform party und II Paxton, of Stanford, attended the Severance will put In nn Ico plant In tjjj This necessitates a hadn't u doubt that August Helmnnt, rendered thu democraticof tho hope meeting of tho curator of Central his adopted city and tho people aro so and Hardin' friends, President Smith, closed with un expression University at Richmond. anxious for him to do so that they have Hastl Duke, tho latter the head of tho that thu peoplu of Lincoln county donated a deslrublo lot for tho plant. L. A-- N. lobby for years and who rodo would uld him in his ambition toeccuru John P. Davis, who travel over coulillcs, was hero yesterday. Ho Mr. Sevuraneo I a an energctie young tho high olllcu of governor of this :om- at thu head of thu railroad parado of 'monwculth. man and think the man and wu aro suro ho will make W u warm Stono tho country' honor H'M.i u employe to savu v.iii' ltntii.rf..f. riVmmi.tt. nf n old Confederate will bo nominated on u success of hi undertaking. The linn by tho election of McKinley, whom ho ballot. tho tlrst hero need thu money to pay him his say will bu und ought to bo elected very excellent speech of H hour, which P. II. T.WI.OII, Ksq., of Cuoy, share and will oiler price that will again, Richard W. Knott, thu organ wu frequently applauded, uud which nominee for representative, ralsu It. Seu ad. u profound impression very m of thu L. A' N , and others of their cluss, creuted speaker. He had mauy was hero yesterday and subscribed for Of our firm and we are compelled to rnle enoueh money to pay him G5 aUo believe that iho McChord bill, to favorable to the Hail Foktiik Haickhs. Tho habeas knowing that ho friends before hi coming. HI vUlt nK thl paper, thereby his share. Wu aru determined to cli0 some lines and have rented corpu case oj tho Clay county linkers put a check on their greed, I tho raisI increased them ten fold. Thu Soiator a man of utiagoslty. tm tho Walton Store ICoom in which to place such goods a te with to for the murder of Sherilf Whlio und ing of a false Issue, thu creation of a I Dot only mi earnest und forceful Du. J. II. WKI.US, of LouNvlllo, who close. We will oiler enormous reductions In all lines, but thu goods diversion and un attempt to plaster tho WU Howard wa resumed Saturday, U establishing agencies in Kentucky speaker, but un eloquent one, und tho to d f price. We will in the Walton Room will go at when Tom Baker wa granted ball In Chicago platform with foreign matter. for tho American Hook and Illblo $:t,000 In each case and Deo and Jim Tho school book trust, which I making reorl thut ho freeze instead ot warm save you more on u few dollars worth of goods than you can make in a ent several upun audluncu I tho sheerest nonHouse, of Philadelphia, week. Haker 2.V) in each case, making 0,000 It million, doubtless ulso regnrd tho sense, not to characterize it more day at tho CotToy House. raising of u fulso Isfor tho tlrst named. It ivas afterward Chlnn bill a "tho J. HOY B. R09B called In yesterday discovered that Tom Haker had never sue, thu creation of u diversion and an severely. At thu conclusion of thu speech cull to tell u that tho Mutual Llfo Insur been arrested In tho case for killing attempt to plaster tho Chicago plataneo Co., of Newark, N. J., represented Howard und Gov. ilrad-le- weru roadu for Judge It. J. Breckintho decision In that case form with foreign matter." bv Hov. It. H. Mahony, has aircauy wa so ridge, who responded In a taking little and tho republican convention set asldu. Tho White und tho policy hold by hi luld In full tho I...I.1 l.l..ntlv iviriml thu election tulle. H wu o naturui jor mm 10 ima j Garrard havo been at enmity for half to democrat In thl neck of tho wood father and for a creator amount than u century, but these killing grew out law, which will preventtbemfiombuy- mU wa expected. " 'elir,)J unlu'8 onebody of a ruco for sheriff between Hov White Ing or stcullng election and which ltBV. A. .1. PllCB, of Hrodhead, pas-e- d and Gilburl Garrard a few year ugo. thoy havo denounced, athuraIlngofa take him out ho would talk until ho down to Marlon county Saturday to whcmTom Haker carried hi precinct, lalso Issue, tho creation of a diversion "busted." Ho believed ho was the only llll an appointment. Ho told us that which wa republican, for Garrard, thu and un attempt to plaster tho Chicago real A. 1 democrat In tho world and W llvo of hi children hiivo had tho '" Chicago platform and tho dee- by OS majority. Jailer Cun-dil- platform with foreign matter small-po- x aud aro about well. democrat, laratlon of Independence would go down m r:,..i,iii..,nnm...H.dedUjoxi)laIn of Clay county, wu hero with a Utory bund in hund ua tho greatest Hoand his wlfoatid threo other dill prisoner uumed Harrott, who test I tied tho necessity cf tho election law, which ' dren have escaped bo far. of election olll- - declaration over mado. But he would n t that ho hcurd Tom Haker, after hi took tho appointment mako a cecb, hu said. Ho merely sentence to thu peniteutluiy for llfo for cor out of tho hand of partisans, who wanted to thank hi Lincoln county LOCAL HAPPENINGS. could make them ull of ono party, und killing Whltu, abuse hi brother Deo friend for past fuvor uud solicit u Ski: tho latusUloslk'tn Ineropo paper. for gutting drunk um not doing tho Job required that tho officer bu divided continuance, which ho will get a uru ' himself when he told him to do it. Tho among the parties. In the! 11th district Craig .V Hocker. r maehluery of election wa entirely a biioi,. court of uppeul reversed tho verdict thu At nlghUho buna or bwko at Hu SoUTllHltN Gurman millet scud. II. becuusu of wrongly udmlttuil testimony. in thu hand of tho republican who In tonvlllo to a crowd that over. lowed tho Ac Son. K. Weareii tl.o democrat, no It butd that Goo. Garruid and other Teumullonutull,andln LouUvlllo hall and added largely w h. U. to! r i for our big odd lot und will furnish lull for thu linkers und Mellon which i contln- Look out iud.ro appointed no . friend In thai.. ,v, . when Tom I free again ho will bu ar,..i,remnant sale. Soverunco & Son. VXT VNv 40 precincts. ft rested for tho Howard murder and then Bryun reprcsontatUo in rf Crowd of peoplu wore nero from for borne Congressman WANTKH to trade bugglu v' If ho desire hubea corpus proceeding Tho record showed thut v Boyle, Garrard, Casey und Xyr Rockcastle, 11. K. good, wnooth plug hores. tho cuso will bo heard uguln. J. G. Colson, himself a caudldato for Pulaski, uud all went away glad thut A: Sou. wa an olllcer of tho election In and Wcaren White, a merchant of Winchester, A list of tho visitor Tho voto of tho 11th they bad coma. hurltt who wa killed, hi precinct. all Plants. Remember I havo you u brother of tho spectator at thu trial district wa held back In 1800 to seo would oe given but for tho fact that wa un Interested HIGG-IN- S spaco I too limited for It. klud of plant ready for you when how much wu necessary to overcome 'or bull. want them. O.J.Newianu. ?-- '" ""' I w- -r Scitr.r.N doors, poultry netting and tho Hryan voto and when Ac 3 inch at Warren Shanks. returned at 10,000 - BETTER HUBBT. YOU'LL Ml. BE LEFT! St ROWLAND A-- CO., ocu-lU- CTC-lothlng- BEAZLEY & CUTTER Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. ss CI.KAU-NKS- vrnmBmimz0 SlKw's"59'"y,tPBi9" Who Have McCormack Binders and Mowers. W. A. Col-leg- m liar-rodshu- ""i l'al 1 lw-fntc- CARSON'S, STANFORD. Be Well Dressed Imported Cassimeres. or anti-t- rust Cratings, Linens, Crash and Duck Suitings. Dress Shirts And Summer Underwear n JOHN P. JONES. I 1 well-know- n o The UNEXPECTED 1 I 30-o- I DissoLutioN, one-halonc-thh- I SEVERANCE A SONS. v msmmi;mi,milmmEmwmmii t't T 1 r 21 w r47rvv'- s j Vxy yr y & McKINNBY. ' 'V ' f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL McKINNEY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. JOHN II. MILLER HON. F. NORTH FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. Hrtlen.ll.1 Nrm of JIMrerM In Hmilhej.t Kaliw t ell I'1IM, line 20lnlle.fMin the Mlr-mi-rl M Villi mhitt r.ftiihitf tMinliv Ihlrllv --.llte.1 ( entral imea.r lennairr lrale f..r farm in.liilArB(u-- Ken In ai ia tiiray I Adlre-alV- ii Hianiwit, Ky. true ("tl Is? Farmers are in lino humor over the recent rains nnil tho rapid crowtli of ar.'bllBh.a.'iBi.J-- " w.43TxlAavei vegetation. V. D. Gnoch went to Covlnpton SatSU 1MCU YKAU IN- ADVANCK urday to co his father, who In seriously III with rheumatism. Kov. W. K. aW When not to Ml J aS. BO will bechanced. D.ivlJiion, of Somursot, wns hero visit ing rclntltcs last week. Jnmcs North Is now night operator at tho depot In lUiNTIST, to his post at Klngsvllle. Mr. Bryant, of Hullalo, X. Y has super Stutiroril, seded Charley Owens ns "daymnnMnnd KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. agent. I No. 5 Amltee at Stanford at 1.01 a. m. Owing to tho rain fall Saturday night 2.10 A.M. No, I Uttn MinbtJ M and Sunday morning, Hcv. Hancy bnd No. SI Arrive, at linwland it 12.00 DAT. r. x. No 22 Utn htanford it no congregation at tho Presbyterian DR. L. .OL'U. church and did not preach until Sunday KNOXVILLE DIVISION. night. This was his flrst sermon hero S7 p ra nod seems to have mado a good ImpresNo. 14 Train jolnj North ... Ho. 26 i 41 m " South ....... ........... 1 "H b m sion. Tho Baptist church has tendered 25 " No. ................. 21 m Her. T. II. Coleman, pastor, a month's ' No. 13 " Kor altd'olim. rest from his labors hero In order tha. JlO'illIt TICKCTS MII.I). he may attend tho Southern Baptist ItAOttAHB CHECKED TllltOUUU. FSRHERS. convention, which meets In Louisville For any Information enquire ol this week. JOE S. RICE, Agent, Tho sale at tho Commercial Hole bunfonl, Ky, Of Real FORTV DKOKi: Saturday afternoon was not a large one, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. but tho property that did sell Is said to have brought fair prices. A good milk Trains leave Frankfort it 7 A. v. and 3 40 r. K., cow sold for $20, nnother one, with calf onnectlnff at iJeoiye town with Q A C and reach Parle lag I"rUt8'40A m and 5 10r. M. at:l3A. x anl5 Mr M connecting at Ceo rife at her side, went at $34. A horso and Saturday, May 27th, 1899, iJljll town with () AC ami reaching Frankfort at 9 IS buggy brought $13 and $0.1, respectiveA. at. and 7.10 r. M. Old Farmer Woods, of the Howling On the JOSM'll U. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. ly. The hotel was offered, but with- Is made In a largo number of the mol ireml. nell nt public outcrj tln A. H. PRICE, rt'il , Green Courier, shifts his tobacco to the following 11 estiile lii.uliurlM of Muiifonl Shailrs. We have a large Mock uf - "" 1 drawn on a $000 bid. V. V. Green, the acre-d Klnt and ioliiiif the Sargeon QUEEN A CRESCENT. other side of bis mouth, and tells what picture oli Wt nlde of l.anc.a.li'r present occupant, will probably vacate Dentist, c pike, utljoliiltig lot of Mm K I' Tralna paaa Junction City ai followa: tho property this week, but just who he has found about tho fruits. There Miller. 12 02 p m No. 2 North 4 11pm No. 1 South 11 acres 2 rood Mvonil will supersede him wo aro not prepar- will be no peuches, many of the trees and 37 pair of N tan ford, Ky. " .X4Ham Ha.1 llMatu "4 " No. " No. 6 1123am l4pm ed to say. At tho sale of G. II. Hughes, being killed. Apples and cherries ami' adjoining lot nml 1 rood of amp ad- - OAmotw McUoWrta' Iru bur Id ttat Owtlfj " ...... 8 0.1 p in "10 " ..8 00m Third 13 ncrvi No. promise to be abundant. Many grape HUUUtPj Joining lot No. 3 and ?. J Ktnlirv No. 1 and 2 do not top. 9 and 10 run no fur deceased, property Friday, fair prices vines were killed. The early black l.c-- c mer man junction vity three lot cmnr.U'e nil ine ibiki on ruled. Tho property was rented for Weil kI1i of l.ancnttcr pike After U'lnij IIROKEN IIICYCLKS ! the remainder of this year to Charley berries arc dead, but thu later varieties old In lot, n nlio fluted, the whole .end them to Crow for $32.7j, which Is considered are full of bloom. Uaspberries will ttounilar of .1.1 acre, utiil 3 hIc nil Wi- -t only be a shabby crop, but strawberrius aldu of pike will lx( offered and thu lilil Tilt: D.VNWI.I.Kl HI.I.OI,I.SII.l.C,KV. very low for It. which ! for No IPThirast are looking exceedingly promising in Fourth. 9 acre. tho (renter atnount. on rood and 13 polci Oil and Colors and are sute to nipple SATISKAITION lir.MtANTI FH bloom and foliage, and with the Kasl Mdi of Lancaster pike adjoining the Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. )our waula. of frosts and the presence of su in- lot of J It Merliou Fifth I acre.. 2 lood. and The liclna Mercedes, which was sunk dent rain tho crop should be very Logan Areuue adjolnlug the lot26 polci on MISS EVELYN TARDIP, of Dr. J I In the channel of Santiago harbor dur-in- g abundant. I'vvton. Tho Soamstross. (wen rented Tor All of thl prope'ty ha. the war, Is ready to bo towed to The Union Station at Chicago makes the present I ear and iHe.lo!i can uot Iw Plain and Falilonahle ! rwlnf OuttlnK and Newport News. Kitting u this splendid report: "There were clren until January I. IW0 II. PAXTON. Mater Work H J KMIII'.V. J Latest figures on the Philippines handled 7,500,000 pasengers without t:ieculori)fMni. C J. n.illey give the number of islands as CS3 and accident, and JO,000,000 worth of bagMade from pure the area as 137,000 square miles, about gage without tho loss of a single piece cream of tartar. equal to New York, Pennsylvania and during the last year. This is the third A Fine SlueGra.ss Firm Fcr Sils. successive year In which there has been Ohio. &c no claim for lost baggage of any kind Dy the accidental discharge of a ut this station." Anal Cor the weapon bandied by Private James Ar3, '99. On Saturday, Walter A. Wood Machine Go.. Saxony's minister of, education has We wilt llat public ale our nold, Co. I, 3rd Kentucky, atSavannah And aNiafenl fcr the i ?&ra cf 363 Acres in Cuey Private Hiram Hunt was killed, and Issued a decree that all young girls at- rise Thia of Private Edward Allen seriously wound tending public schools and colleges Cmintr, t tnllea Wet Iwat llu.tonillle, Ky It u Alom taking pow&n are the greatest Lowry Grass Binding Twine, InCawr euunlj faun UrantMrreiltha shall abandon the use of 'corsets and ell luiproied with wteral One lurni, a kuwI to health of the praent day. ed. Dwelling of II nwnu. Cellar, and all miewij A rheepand eltecllve bind, IS worth of wbl.h will stays. One of the Investigating surgeons nullulMln(, I. wall watered with neter lalllnc apTM, lAmiia eowota co., mm wan. i.a.tar aitIS worth ol the rifular kliel. alu Only the Iwtt companies represented, irtii(iand U In a hlsh lute of rultliailna, IIuk uodle finds thai most of the deaths that oc well et In irTa A dispatch from Philadelphia says abuut The Ul.nre li Inquiries tollciteit. 1'J. In VACniiJE S7TFLIZS AU0 TXUIZZ. curred In the army were caused by lg. that an order for 45 locomotives fiom on eultliatlon. Thl. I a rtrm opiurtunltr I lor anr Mild fur H. H. MAIIOXV, Agt., Stanford. wUhlnit lint Cum Tbla farm will norance of the volunteer surgeons, who the government of India bos been reCall ou m. anj "111 uve you munry. dX-jtfcGiytfrub, lalanreln oneand two jtar. with vy Jan. 1. IMii, 13 6percMt Intereat INieMlon (lien or J Mil ItrilV.Turaeravllle.Ky would diagnose a case wrong and treat ceived there. or mIIu tula ran. i with aoAndale, Lincoln County call on 01 aJJriw. C C. It In direct conflict with the real dis- - The annual loss by fire In the United lluitoni He. or Wallan. Carenter on tha pretutira, nae. States Is about $1,500,000,000 on Insured who will tala pleaiun In ihowlni you the farm. C.C. VANAIthKAl.E. The war department has ruled that National Bank. ItuitooTlIle Ky, r AiUmCarpenttr'allelra, vollhteer officers of the army, who are property. Undortulcer, responsible for public property, shall Htutonville, &Iltilbtixkc'ttu,O'r0. Kentucky bo paid onlv mileage and travel allow Succrw-o- r to The Knur- - lUok A Trust (VniQ7 Offer. MlMrvlce. to lb. pwple oMVe.1 IJaoola (votluu- aoj utnlrr urn iuaDattiyint ances hereafter until tbev have acand Caaey rouaile. tullatotk ot CoSaaaDil Cut. fur TJ iMrm. Malwayaoa band counted for all public property for 3 P.H. Craenler. Manif.r. which they are responsible, so the of the 3rd Kentucky will not get their four months pay on being mustered out. MItS. U. D. SIMPSON, l'ror.. Hopin4-ucl- i liuilneu relation. wli;prove mutual' Tho report of the court of Inquiry ly ln.fiilal aud plenum. aUuicnstcr, t Kentucky. upon the beet charges has been approv- Insurance Vs. Investment. They Kill the Man and Pay the PoliAnd Dealer in MUKTUllS ed by the president and made public. Newly furnished ; clean beds; splendid cy. We Kill the Policy and Pay the Nan. The beef packers are held guiltless of Wllllami, J.J. 6. Ow.ley, St.. Everything table. 1'ortere SADNESS. SADDLERY, &0. any fault. Canned roast beef U con J. meet all trains. 89 WIllUui ),oneh, STANFORD, KY. IV. ('arenter, A. demned as unfit for any army rations, U. II. Cumuilm, and former Commissary General Kagan J. K. I.ynn, . Surplus. $60,000 Reserve S. ll.rbinkl TO THE FARMERS ! Is severely rebuked for his "colossal J. K. Cavh, J. Ik O. ley. error" in buying It. Maj. Gon. Miles DlFltl.IW. Living Benefits Paid April, 1899. ( is censured for not presenting formally, All nattona are learning till leuou S. II Shanki, I'realdent, and at an earlier day, his objections to 8fi 1.11a II I barle.. .11 17 ewMiit New., Va ll' lot J. II. Dwiley.la.li ler, $11 50..SJ3 (I Mllle lwhiicr. biuiivllle W M. llrhtht, At (ahler "embalmed beef," and his evidence is Pallle ICobblna, I.oul.vllle ONbornc Fnrm I2i 2 !W Want K. Jouett. (leorice.u II M 2147 llrlgut, The Favorite Une declared insufllclent to justify bis Mm. J. I.llrowu, Lexington :in SO.. 6U xo T M Farn.worth. H.rro,lliurf n.vt 2l uicutN Succeed " IISSO.. h9h0 Annie H Itiman, K'ute f. charges. l.'.'wi 2i CO l4ilaKtu " 3S50.. 9 80 bliiiou Uoll, II. II Male, W.Mi 26 m ZiO'OlSVXZiZiZ :i7 50.. 87 ID Mm. " our Ilia-di.arr, i'adurah linn Vti CV FIRST NATIONAL BANK Where other, fall i iuot Cincinnati turned out en masse Sat J. It. Williamson Kitty ltlrde, Centervlllo and Mowera. Their orfef Hon I. cred. 3.10.. Mt h0 tkrjkum l.uldi IVol, U'llnton III 3ll 21 37 50., s7 IV t'umlteiland Cluli, SomerH-Ited to urday to nttend the unveiling of the Atinlu Kliolilo. Loxlngtoii II VI 2147 built uf the lel material that TO KV. OFSTlNlUltD. I II All money ran buy Alwi Ulnir titled with tho Johnson Estate, lult'mro 20 50. r.O i0 It A 221 monument to Cant. John J. Desmond It. I". A llarrliicton, Falmouth .'IS 50... MUD lUaiM'relt Club 10 .Vl, 3t IIKAIII.MiS In exl.t-eiuitosi II T L.inu, Ijinea.ter 11 K Stock $100,000. Snrphi, 117.323 only jierfitl lloLLCIttllnell;hti't itfafland 24.7 CilUl j5 50., S3 00 tirueljel.l Ijuic, in Lincoln Park. After repeated in A. r. Taylor, Lexington uurlngat all III VI 22 2 liliiton 70 4.1 loii;e.t life. A full line uf repulr. alwu) llecner. bavaunuli. 7 40 Thla Imtltution originally eitabllibed ai Ibe ! stances In which juries were fcaiil to Carl Dodge, Lexington (a. at 50., 5155 Xln. I S Wor.him, lllnl Trains' Morning and Kvening from UnMe our Hay Teddera Asa acharia.ttarl, U.idf vllle 10.V). 22 24 it 50. Niinulhliii; new In have been tampered with, there was a KatoOntz. Loul.illlu 2H50,. 4U0 deorite Uihon, lUir.l.liiirs thla aectlou, Ill .VI 22 21 ivait lUnk of Stanford In 1814, then reorganlted a ion Station, 10th and llroadway. IM VI irt New.. a. as Sol Miller Ne 74 lltANK IIOLT.CLAW KH riot In Cincinnati In 1SSI. Tho court- Annie Clement, Lclutnon ll . hill tba National Hank ofblantoid In 1W3 andaKalo Passenger dolrlng information and house was burned. 82 lives lost and ?ov-or- J. M. & John Skatti, Luxliigton S'.l 50 . l.li hi) Mll ..wiiuni J iitiiiAlia Munforil. Ky alle lxln2tOn SO 50 . 1,0 Ml 4l lli ehrasl(a MarvW lli.iiiiu lnuvllle rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, 4.VI . VII4 reorganlted ai tbe Hrit Natloual Hank of Stanford 30 11 A M epoii.l, .''150.. " hundred wounded. While the mob It. W. Soliree. 4 07 tuO points in the far West, Including Caland 2i50,. lil '. 4KI air lu 1842, haa had prattle ally an uninterrupted was attempting to break Into jail nt Andrew IIJ.ickoii ifornia, should addrcu S5 SO , 30 117 Mllfhtll Mlhe, llirr.l.Uiri; " Ciiiiiion Minnie OKI. 14 14 C. time, Cant. Desmond, In command W II l'ord II yean. It la better lupplled now will that '.'nSO.. son J (. CraMi, Atliland 7W lw 4 07 . .. 4 Frank J, liced, (en. I'ass. Agt , :'o30 . 30 41 K lliauiraud, lalui.,uili of his company of mtlltla, was killed, I rank J tieiiite luU.llle !.. 7W taellltlea for trauaarlini; builiieM promptly aud lib. an so.. 30 41 II. L. Htuivna, Whichever K. II. ilacon, Dis, 1'uss. Agl, I 1m her Islington li 4II . 4 07 and the monument hns boon erected in J. S. ClirUmnti, H.iiivlllu 53 30.. 30 01 31ark Mevtuv' ii 4 1)7 erally than ever before In Ita long aud houorabli The SU30.. 3J07 i'r A II bieieim.n, ( hl.aj-i- , III. frmlth, Lextuutoii Tailor, W.U. McDoel, Vlce.l'res.&i Gen. Mgr. memory of him and his comrades. Nl7 li " 2130.. 3133 li M 'lavlor A'IiI.ihI SIHI J. I). l'urccll ..Hill career. Aerouuta of InJlvlduali, tlduelarlei.nrmi Charles II. Ituckwell Traflie Mgr, TIME rallM lgMM stead of Mack William, who has GUI ..-- .... m...H 1 Ire la n cnnillilnlo for Hie Lor Mature, auhjrrt Codrad Dlsch and Miss Mary Potrey, to the net Ion of tho iletnocrntlc pirVr. both of Ottcnhelm, will bo married nt Adam Petroy's tomorrow. HI. rlFm iMlMrl Alvln Ovcrstrcct and Miss Nunnlo Announce, lit. rnnitlilncr for to Campbell, of Joamlne, were married t from the county ollloo of of Lincoln atiliji-r- t to tin1 nctlouof the at Richmond. They wero swcolhearts IS years ago but fell out. Since that! Ovcrstrect has tost two wives. V S. D. D. S., Mrs. Potter Palmer, of Chlcago.gavo n brilliant reception at tho Hotel 11117, LaiiCiiHlcr Paris. In honor of tho mother of Princo Teeth Extracted Without Pain I Michel Cantucuzenc, at which formal announcement wns uindoof the bet roth With VltnllMrt Air I'lij.lclnn In nttemt-micnl of tho Princo to Miss Julia Grant Offlco In tlio New Thompson llullaltic ftd daughter of Gen. Frederick D. Grant, U. S. A. OF PERSONALTY. A club with .13 charter members, has SALE been formed In Peoria, III., all pledged A rxe titrtx of J Cnr-udee'd, I will I'HYSIOIAN AND DUUOGIST, to marry nonu but widows. Tho pro on SATI IIDAV MAV IJ, lie. nt III. late 2 mile, from llti.tonvlllo In I.ii. re.tdrn say their object is a coin t,i t .ell imblli'h I mare nndrolt jear-lln- ij MCKINNICY. - KUNTOCKV. moters of tho club worthy one; that eligible girls cxor-lcnc- o mule, 'Jjoung Jerej milk eon., ljeur-lin- g Jersey lielfer. heer,. 10 lamlm, 100 no trouble In securing husbands, bn.hel. of wheal. JO barrel of corn 3 etuck. Prowrlptlon Cnrt'fiillT Compounded IHy or 'ii'.om Mgl't widow Is handicapped, espec- cli.irr liav. .prlnj- - wagon, n lot of curril but n uic.it Ac . Ac ially If she bo left with children. Ti rm known on iliy of eale. HOTICE TO Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Thompson, of AMANDA "AUXIN. Kxtx W J. Canon. Fayette, celebrated tho 00th aunlvcrsa-r- y I liavu on linml and for aale of their marriage Sunday. Tho ! ML LICS. wrltor boarded with this excellent old couple 23 years ago and remembers d Will .ell from one tu a them with the kindest feelings for A Kxeoutora of Mra. Catherine J. llalloy Aimi LIVSS7, riED At.3 SALE STABLE. their goodness to htm. May they lire r' will Oil (1 I1 lh ' .. Danrl'le Ky to celebrate their diamond wedding. !' .. l. BKAZLEY, Ky. Ft. A. JOVES, e. M. LOADER, m MASTIC 1 Sale Estate MIXED car-loa- PAINT wo.nl-lan- 55V VV 8HHS5J 1 -- 1 Strictly Pure White Lead, RoVal against alum 1 Baking Powder Safeguards the food Penny's Drug Store. 4 S b'XZEOJi, June LIFE J. S. MURPHY, I A.GOHDE3STT INSURANCE. Blao-Oru- en 1 one-tbl- 1 I J. T. BUTTON, Southern Mutual Investment Co., IJEI2niT3JI,02Sr, ITT. ou-l- y otli-ce- Solioits Your Bank Acoount, UNDERTAKER! Mason Hotel firit-cla- Over $156,000 Paid in Living Benefits. and w Implc. - -II .MUlL-m- CBICAGO. e, al lliuii . .V. H. RUPLEY, Kv., 1 a MiiL-ifl- u TMICE - K - in9EI -- IS CENTS. Owensboro Messenger. Twlce-A-Wee- k I' O DISCOVKItl.l) 11V A WOMAN. f W 1'ranclH. Ilurrod.burg Another ireatdlx-oirrluiheen made, anil that Kuto htrnwder. N. Mlddleton too, Ljr a ladr in ihltioiiutrx ' lleav) laiiruuj J. W. t'oltoii. lUriKtown ! Ita i lute In i iiimu her and fur wven eara ihe wllh-1- H. L. Power Lexington Itiaeierekt te.t, hut her vital orgjnt were 51 II Km Johnxm. Mu.mIIIo undermined and death kernel liuiiiliieut, Kutu Teeny, iA'XliiKtun n Edition. three month, the couulied InieMianlly, anil uld a war in rrcov. not aleep .She finally purihiulDiEiif una hotlleof Dr KliiK'a .New lMMoverr lar CViuiuiiiitilou. and w4m muih re. lleiwl on taklug first di that iheilept all nlnht and with two tMittlea, In. ,eeu alMulutelr cureil, Her name I.Mra. Lutliirl.uta' 'Ihu. wrlti W. (' llamnkk AC..., of Shelby. N C Trial Iwtlle, nee at Penny a Unix ttore. aiUe Sue aua II livery lattle guaranteed err, ly ' IviUuS. Ilrowti ' A. P. Taj lor A. W. Crnle. Oiorcetowit Tool Lex'ctoil fekookum llulcli ' UREY WOODSON, Editor k & Will U eut to any addreu until the btateCououtloul or eiiiocrallc ONLY 16 CENTS. Will keep ou WMted Uioii all phattot of the tlor eruor'a race and (Mate iaiuul(u, Lliely ever I. sue Addreu, eiulualiiK l(nta lu atauiiwor ihjIii. T lit: MKSbKMiKlt,lwcn.loro, Kr, Queen & Crescent mmm ROUTE LOW KATKS. .. " " M. J. I'or.ton Pari 1'. 11. Norton, Lexington .. Albert E. Carter Ilunelilen, I.uniuiter Wul.li Mii.isvlllu It. Alleu. Lexington 17 SO.., " Mooru 17 50... " It. O, Morgan 13 30.. " Mra. K. Field 17 30.. We a. Vocniltu Lincoln IS 30.. I II. linker. I'XlllCtOU N'li't N'a Uyu'c'e. N'P't N'a Va Is 50... J. H. John John J. I'. 2:i 50. 22 30.. 22 30.. 21 50.. 20 50.., 21 50,, 21 50... 20 50.., 20 50... 20 50... 20 50... 20 30. 20 30.. Ill 50.. 17 30.., a.143 34 0J Jl Of Lexington, Ky. Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Juno M returning. Ask your ticket J.J Coiiuell, liluton Daniel llooiu) Club, KUhmood ugent for particulars. Wo P47 Whll Yeu Live. Old Line Companies Pay When Ten Die. Over " Mary A. Miwm Mary T Florence. Ornthlana Luul.vllle Annie PresOylerlan Assembly, Hlchmond, NortonJlarla hauer.Ilulte, Mont. 1 Almou. Va., Muy 17-3Q. Si C. Itouto and con- (eorse Huoon. llarrodl)UrK Howard bheplierd. Uxlnatoii necting lines. One faro tho round trip MIm lla Chiller, louUvlll I. (J. Wllu, Uuulu aiayitnuanu 1,111. finest train scr- - Mra. T. Alliauuer. nuue, .uuui, vicoln the South. Tickets good till O. II. Tyler, Norfolk, Va. Mil 1011 Johmuu. My. vllle " IS 30.. 33 45 13 30. 17 50... 38 03 17 30... 34 03 17 50... 30 03 10 SO... 113 74 tie b. FU74 16.VI .1171 IS 50. 3,143 1U43 15 3U. 1114 1050 1ft nO 3.141 IS 611 It SO 3117 14 30. Jl 17 J M Alblri HariUjiiClub, Cjuthlana 4031 l.liiudu Well. oMmlle 40 31 A J Mm ki Midway llrlM-oeMaivllU) 40 31 Mr. V lltOJ Ta)lor A IawI In lull, (ilil.i I re.1 lljuir, Clui 34 0.1 W :ioa Jobu liiHater, lailiialou Kliutr Chliao Untie, M.,nt. Creek 3 I II. I'aik..-llt- ir 02 I'r 1. I llutlioan, lalaaioii llaltle Maiden, 02 02 llary ritlUer,liilvllle Morhla lillwuil, Itlthinond 02 W li Hume.., NeNjrt New. Va. 45 0.' M II frowili, " " 43 02 uphilla oil, llurmn J.ju --Milver, I.ouWvlle 42 47 47 43 45 43 43 llellel llloe, M' bJ.vH, T 31 Mullli. Uxlnmoii Juliu lii.rr J V MiKeunet.Mu-lhytlll47.H Anthony Mnld Uxianteu 43 02 l.mor Hike. Nu(ivlll 47 a A. I Ml lire. Ijllll.vlll, 52 01 40 70 40 7 ami its 7fi. aci r. . . Merchant SrANFOKI). 7 21 Mil I1DI 7Ut ul acd Individual! aolldted. UIKKCTOal P. lteld, I.lutoln Co.) J. V. llajr.lni, SlanforJ b. II, lUughmau, T P. Hill, IV. IS aim UH llnl In KcccIvIiij: IHn Sprlnj; & a no 1 2 IOI .till .11 3 no inn .Vl . .Vl no . . . . I.HI I..UI i, in 71 0 01 i. ul 7u S.T. Ilarrla, " J. S. Worker, 1V.I', Walton " J. 11 Colller.CrahOnh'd M , U.EIuiore, blauford. fl Mtiiiuitcr Good. ' " A. Irlbble, tiUI .llr.' A 02 10 111 .11)2 M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernoi. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed.; Give Mim a Call. 3UI. 3UI 2 41 AOU 2.VI Slat. liUI IUU1 Air; 10 U2 I Dill 10 Ul 111 03 C4 ou orricaai. J S. Iloiker, I'realdent; J, J Mtlloberta Ca.bl. r A. A McKlnn.r Anl.taulCibler. Southern Railway the IIIUK! D AUI A A4 lltl law if.' 2tl 31 17 31 17 (1 (if.) Whtuldei '' K 31, Water., Chit III llr S II. SteveHoii,l'ulao; III Mra. A K LouuiU, hi Uul., Mo. A.l. MarMball; W U. Hucb, Hauvllle A. I, Marshall, liiuntou 1) It liuotloeitale: " llu It pllliu.u, liiiirllle It A IIi.mI, laiiluKtou " W. P. 1'iay, II M A.brr: " III laliitn Aim .V. A TO FARMERS. furiit.litd ury time. All kind, of 1'urulture und any piece, or kind uf llurne.a ou want. Cull ou 3 1. U. CAltl'KNTKU. ICr. Oliver Chilled 1'lowa and Itepulra. Malta CultlvuUirs. Unt In thu world. Dwrlng ltoll und Hull Hearing Hinder.. Ileerlng ltoll mid Hall Hearing Mowera. Mojir iluckbourda und HuicgUk, (larilen 1'lowa and Double fhovela. Will tkiy market price for Wool. Buck. 37 ,VJ Vj lulMI II III 10.1 OU A7 M A3 31. V). I36MI no. 15'JOU I VI 111 I'ENKTItATUS 54 a, M. Aiher. 11 harah 31 II. Newtou, Ultrjlull Adam, " 6.1 AU 4.1 .VI 32 ,V) 32 ,Vl 30., iVioi IV) 110 I3ll Ul .117 UU 147 'M IM EIGHT GREAT STATES l'IIU AI3U " 3t,lU .III rl3u Kentucky, Teuuea.ee. Virginia, Oeorela North aud Bouth Carolina, Alabama, Jlli.la.lppl, 13 30. 13 30. Total front (her (.mi. ........S.',171 00 0,IM 24 Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TKAIN8 1130 1450 , .... J,8UI 24 tlMoo paid rftOAiiu iu livliij heneSU. liver o0,oou Itwerve and burplua lUUNtH WEAlli:N UctlAgtitti nvniineit3ni i Kr. oiauiuru, &13 luKtvu, Confederato Veterans' reunion, Charleston, S. C, May 10.1.1. Sontbern Uuptlit Convention, Louis-vlllMay 20-2- 1. 11-1- 3. e, Biblical Aeeembly, Charlotte, N. C June . 0. BOWlCAIf, Umoy,, No. Cheaiwlde, Iexlngtou, Ky. BA1H7XS WIARET, Xtooal Aft., Stanford, Ky. . 11 For Full Information address Between IajuI.vIIIo aud the Bouth. And willing tu pay top prices In cash for Chicken., Kgga, Feulhvra, Duck., (leeae, Turkuya. ain.eug, Yellow Hoot, lleea Wax, llldeauf all kind. Copjier, ilraw. Irou and Bach way between LoulavIHe and LeDgtoa Houea. Alao wilt lai lu Ihu uiurkel for wool. See wo aud get my price before ailllug, und W. A. TUKK, Q. I'. A.. eet HoV ciu.li. Cull ut in V lieudnuartera. Wailalnrton, D. O. errln & 1'eucu'a Otllce, near Dei ut, Hluu- W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. I'. A. It. UOUINSON. furd, Ky. LoulavIHe. Ky