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NO. 22 the church and tesolvcd to LANCASTER. purge thechurch of the shamo and disJerusalem's imputation Is 4",000, of grace Extensive preparations are bclnfc exchange will bo put In A telephone that has been brought upon It. which IM.OOO are Jews. , at Livingston. Hot Springs, Ark , was decided on as mado to decornto tho grave In our Tho Cumberland l'reh)lcrinn gon-erdrill the name of a now Laurel the place of meeting of tho 1!HW South- cemetery on May 30. assembly will meet at Denver On Thursday tho residence of Mr. county KMtol!tco. ern Haptlst convention and tlmo May Hrannon Heazlcy was consumed by (Ire. Mnrmirct Kelloy, of Hurpln, Thursday. Mr 11. Eld. Zack Sweeney's meeting at Par- dropicd dcuJ, aged M. The annual council of thcdloccsd Loss about $1,500; Insurance tSOO. Messrs. W. C. Grpenlng and J. H. V. Hlalr win killed by Is, closed with Wnddltlonsto the Chris- of Kentucky, of the Protestant EpiscoaMr.John tian church. pal church, will begin at Louisville to- Hocker, of Hnstonvillc, were here last llehtnlntr In Harlan county. The Nortons, of Louisville, have weok figuring on a contract to build Urodhcad hn a firm which will noil gUenlnnll )0,000 to the Southern morrow and continue five days. a tombstone. you a coMIn and cut jou Tho holiness movement will bo tho tho Owsloy block. Haptlst Seminary at Louisville. Casey M. Owsley was at home Satur Tho Whitley circuit court notil four topic at tho Presbytorlaa Hov. A. J. I'lke, of Ilrodhead, has troublesome to the pen tho llrt week. convicts general Hsrcmbl, which will meet at day. I am glad to learn that ho has been given tho patornto of a prosper begun the practice of law, In LexingSamuel H. Wenninger, a well known Richmond, Ya , on Thurduy. ous Hev Dr. Charles A. Hrlggs, who wus ton, with Haltering prospects. citizen of Wayne county, U Jead, aged ty. church at Haysvllle, Marlon counA largo missionary contribution, M 7lt During tho II joant of the Huptlsl suspended for heresy by the Presbyte- was taken up at the Christian church Mi, Hollu l'olk, ol I'crryvllle, lot rian Assembly, wns on Sundayordalned Mlnslonury Union's history It by death a canary bird which was 1 Women's a priest of the Episcopal church by on Sunday after nn able dlscourso by has raised for all mission purposes the Elder C. E. Powell on the Importance Hishop Potter at New Yoi k year old. noblo amount of J.VIJ.dTl litl of missionary work. Tho Danville city council ha dccld-e- d Hov. J. II Dew has closed his meet- "STA NFOHD IN THE VALLEY.' Quite a number of our citizens went to ultliuto electricity for km for 11 additions. In tf a deilrahlo eontrart ing at Uwenton with ftrcel llhtlnir, I've strolled through towns of much re- to Danville Monduy to bear Hon. W. his general work he has averaged two J. Stono speak. Three Confederate and nown can bo made. child, sermons a day for 11 months. live Federal veterans went in one That bouslof street and alley, Dewey Frnnklln, the limbic The OJnd annua I meeting of tho gen- Hut for tne I like the tow o and they are ull for Mr. Stone. which wan on exhibition In Cincinnati ' In the Vullt-Of "Stanford Wll-di- e eral association of Keutucny lluptlsls Capt. Louis Landram went to Louisfor Kimo time, died at lu homo at will be hold wltli the Haptlst church at I like lis plain. Kind heartiul folk, ville jesterday on Iraportnnt business, of brain fever. I like tlielr honest candor. Mt. Sterling from Juno lu to M Sweeney Morgan nnd fumilv visited of Somoret, wan lined Will Cirnir. I like their characteristic talk Hov. T. T. Martin's meeting at the Dr. Acton's family Sunday. The Infant a doc, and tho 10 for turpontlninc Of happy dii) back jondcr. Haptlst church, Harrodsburg, closed daughter of Dr. Acton Is visiting her I'aratrou In a column editorial tolls of with .'II additions by confession and one 1 like their unpretentious ways, uncle and aunt, at Sweeney, this week tho iinjtutne of the tine. I like their love of honor, In a by letter, Tho converts will be bap- ' I John 1C. Faulkner Post will make a Taylor Tarter, who was found us it sus like their paper, tized by moonlight in Salt IUver hard light to have the G. A. H. To morals Its a donor. dylntf condition In a field In Kuell tonight. meet hero In 1900. Many county, died. HUkullna fractured ltev. C. II. Strouse, of Virginia, a I like this busiest of towns, Inducements will be offered, among and It la believed ho m murdered. I Ilku the country round it, most successful them u picnic excursion to Camp Dick The residence of Alex, ttlbbs, near "Tno Hellglous revivalist and cdltqr of I like the rolling grassy mounds Kovlew of ltovlows" Hoblnson, eight mile from town, which That everywhere surrouud It. Lancaster, was destroyed by flro with published In New York, will begin a was the first camp established In Ken all Its contents. Loss about J2.000. meeting ioople thus endowed must llvo at tho Methodist church, A To strew life's days about them lucky. of tiro unknown. Insured for Couo Harrodsburg, on the 'JOth. Mrs. Susan S. Fessendcn, of Boston, And to each the other glvo JWM. Dr. No cause to do w Ithoul them. Mass , delivered a splendid address at Tho court of appeals decides that as been J. 1. Greene, of Missouri, has chosen unammonsly by the trusthe Christian church on Sunday eve at Mlddlosboro was conthe sinall-po- x Let young nnd old their love unfold nlng under the auspices of tho W. C. To Susan. John and Sally and not the county tees of tho Southern Haptlst Theologifined to tho town, It cal Seminary, to succeed Dr. Whltsltt, And join ns one in pralsu untold T. U. She Is a lady of rare ability and must pay tho cxenes of operating tho both as president und professor of To ".Stanford In thu Valley." culture, and it is a wonder that a man iett house. Written by Dr. J. H. Wells, of Lou- - can take a drink after bearing such a on of tho Hov. church history, which Is saldfto bo a Tho Isvilie, on a recent visit to the city. Whltsltt victory. lecture. John TaIor, near Harrodsbur?, found Tho Md annual meeting of the AmerThose who are fuvorablo to Instructcan of green paint where It had HANK TAx"bECISlON. a pint ican Hlblo Society was held at New ing for Gen. Hardin for governor are been left by some painters, and drank York; receipts, 8100,21,7; legacles,J17(i,-071- ; The supremo court has decided the forming a club and will organize to half of It. Ho Is In a critical condition. total,t:i;o,03l: disbursements,!!!,-OSJ- ; bank tax cases and ended the long liti bring the vote out. Many aro thinking of Williamsburg, masMart Ilalncs, gation. Ily this decision the banks more seriously of our obligations to a balance March 31, t3,Zti. The Judge, ter commissioner and which were direct parties to the origi- district county, and Issues for tho year amount to 1.3S0,-blthe outlook is more Is very 111 of typhoid fever. His encoolca, moro than half of which, nal suit decided when Judge Pryor was flattering, although Stono and Goebel Is sick. One daughter died tire family "IV.tttJ, wore distributed In other lands. on thu bench are sustained In their have a strong following In the county loot night, and his wife Is not expected Tho secretary of tho Haptlst Sunday contention; that Is, they are protected Messrs. J. M. UIgglnbotham, J. C. to live. under tho rule of "res ad judicata." On Robinson and J. E. Stormes were apS. Kondrlck, of School board rcorts that the total Tho widow of Kid. J. Income for tho past year from all tho other hand, the banks claiming a pointed a committee by the city board Danville, has received a draft for o sources was W7,173.:iO, a sum larger like protection because of what Is of council to investigate and report on amount of her husband's the known as the Darker agreement lose; the advisability of contracting for Insurance. Mr. Klndrlck paid In thn for any other preceding year. that Is, tho supreme court holds that water works. I am told that many During the 12 months 17,1 19 Ulblcsand memIJ05 15 In tho six years he was a Testaments were sent out for freo dis- tno agreement to abide by tho decision have petitioned them to re ber of tho order. can not be used for tho protection of port favorably on tho proposition. It the Cincinnati tribution at a cost of $.'I,3J1.17. Cash on Freight No. 5, on tho banks whoso rights were not spe- Is claimed that besides the comfort, Southern, broko In two near Ludlow, hand after all dlsburitments, $SG5.bO. cifically passed upon by the Kontucky convenience and sanitary effects, such seriously Injuring Fount Dischorn, of Col. Slaughter, the cattle king of courts. Tho National banks are pro an enterprise would bo a good Invest King's Mountain, and bauiy oruising Texas, Is a delegate to tho Haptlst tected, as In the caso of tho Owensboro ment, inasmuch us the rato of Insuroveral other stone masons, who were convention. Ho owns the cattle uon decision; that Is, tho court holds that ance on property would bo reduced l,:iO0,000 acres of pasture lands; and, on a rcalr train. tho Kentucky law taxing tho banks about one tb.it d. Hut as I have no tan AtHlchmond, just as tlo funeral more still, he owns most of tho land on direct Is contrary to tho Federal law, gible property, ray estate being in procession of the Hon. I'. U. Sullivan which these cattle graze. Incidentally and that tho only way to reach tho bonds In tho hands of other men, I down Main street a storm ho also leases and controls 550,000 acres was passing National banks is to tax the shares of shall let those who pay taxes decide came up, scattering carriages In all di- of pasturage on which he has a herd of the banks In the hands of the holders. tho matter. It Is also claimed that If rections and for lfi minutes dust and M.OOO high gradu cattle. a so thick It was llylng debris were There are 40,000 sufferers congregat- the Southern railroad Is extended, this After being president of the Southern Haptlst Convention for a dozen ed at Lourdes, France. Wasted forms, city would certainly bo tho end of a to seo acrons tho street. II. D. Lakes and Ed House, both of jcars, Judgo Haralson, of tho supreme wasted arms and legs, faces devoured division If we had water works, to say that by disease, deformed bodies abound on nothing about tho prospect Madison, for unlawful use of tho null court of Alubama, declined In trying to defraud tho Globo Tailor- and W. J. Northen, of all aides. Amid all this misery, bow- - would bo opened up for establishing ing Company, of Cincinnati, on trial in Georgia, was unanimously chosen to over, shines tho star of pure faith, a manufactories. e I'nltcd States court at Covington, succeed him, after Gov. J. P. Eagle, of light that brought the multitudo to HKCUUITS r"Olt THE Phimitines was continued until tho December Arkansas, had asked that his name be pray In tho grotto and bathe In tho Tho recruiting olticer at Lexington, term, the defendants being released on withdrawn. Lansing Hurrows, D. I)., pool. has just received orders to enlist a bond of (1,000 each. nnd O. F. Gregory, D. D the secretarlVof. Ccrvcllo, at tho Palermo IIos number of white men for service In Mrs. Hoswoll Miller, wife of tho ies, were unanimously re elected. pital, Italy, has Invented what bo thu regiments now In tho Philippine of tho Chicago V Northwespresident The Whltsltt controversy has been claims to euro consumption. The prln Islands. These men will bo sent di tern II. 11., hus established a freshman settled at last by thu trustees of tho clpal feature of thu euro Is thu Inhala rect to San Francisco as soon as they examination prlzo at Centre College. Southern Theological Seminary acceptgas produced by a powerful uu tiro enlisted In Lexington, and from there will bo examinations ing tho resignation of tho doctor as tlon of Hereafter tlsuptie called formallnu. Ho cajs ho thero they will be sent direct to class, and for entrance to the freshman president of thu Institution. Ho was This will maku a line trip 20 persons In tho lust stage this prize fives 4100 In cash to tho man in addition tired ns u member of thu has cured around tho world for ablo bodied un best examination, nnd .0 faculty. Dr. Whltsltt hud been prusl ol tho disease. standing thu married men who want to see the world1. in cash to tho second boot, tho college dant of tho semlnnry since the death of Iiolllll KTIII.HIIAVi:. Such persons should upply at tho He- A tuicliiii mi l.lrut, ( wtil h Mr John (llltrr, In each cuso adding llio session's tui Dr. Hroadus In ISU... The casus belli of ritll,lJUi, wa tlt lut'Jit, U iiarrutol l.jr crultlng Olllco lu Lexington nt once In Ititii tion. j in a iutt ,lr,Milliil tun order to get in before It Is too lute. was tho statement of Dr. Whltsltt that illtloM. lotlus. M .till M ulituwl irlluw, rrr. .utlLvli, luujtu tuaital, aui .ihtliiutll; III t,a, iul .Ulra, authority between Fed history said that tho Hapttsts sprinkled iw Aconlllclof a'tiie Ltj,lulv k lllii; wwWr Ur j tlajr uttuuatrly, eralJuJge Hans und Circuit Judge prior to lull, Tho wur has been on a 1lirva 4i).UUn. lul gueii iu up I it,1 mii,1 t" Since tho railroads are all Increasing s frivlkl 1vImiI U) urfrlstrU (mi, tho size of their locomotives until they Hodge ut Now )ort Is on. Tho latter hod year or two and thu result Is decided my Lrisit jujr iu I .ur r(H, tlit, lir.t I. , lilt miile il,?lr bankrupt law victory for Dr. Eaton and tha Western ilrtliltsl lhiru,tfimmnow I t asiitliiiml hull I um, tur now haul twice us many cars and three a msn who had taken thu w II Lnuwr Ilin tli, ami uin Ihry u,i! my lite, ami ruM.l tho ia of aimlli times ns mach freight on one tialn as jailed for not paying his wife tho ali lleeorder. t try Program of Lincoln County Christian vfvidim' Noouv attlmitld fall PriiiE Ihciu. Only formorly, general managers aro consld ,V , t. , Kiaraulivl, I ViiU) ' mony allowed her, and Hvans released Mult' to held at Goshen church, erlng the question of putting two lire him, at the same tlmo calling tho Sixty one Normal school students men on ull locomotives. It Is as much 20: of tho grand jury to Hodge's May were lu the party that left for u trip to as one man can do now to shovel coal 10 a. M Devotional ExoieUus. action. Mammoth Cave oil Thursday last. In Into the tiro box. The other Is needed 10:15, Address, Dr. M. Domes. Nelson, deeply ludon Tho schooner addition to this number, 27 made tho to look after tho water, ring tho bell, 10:10, Address, Joseph Hagiiu. with a curgo of coal, foundered in Lako trip through thu country on foot, about A.e. 11, Helpful Suggestions. Superior, oir Orand Mural Islund, and eight of them being young ladles. 12 to 1, Dinner. Capt. Hugh-tio- y carried down all hands. Sicclul rates to Washington, D. C. 1 1. M., Devotional Howling Green Courier. Exercises. was tho only man who escaped Tho Chcsapeako & Ohio will sell lotind 1:15, Address, James L. Allen. from this ilrst disaster of tho season. No total eclipse will be visible In trip tickets to Washington, D. C, and 1:15, Huslness. Kv.Mavor Taggart, of Indlunnpoll, New England or the middle States till return on May 22d and 2,'id at onu faro 2:15, Address, David Humiuh. wlui went to Chandeleur Islund, has Jan. 24, l'25. On Juno 20, 1055, will for tho round trip; tickets good 10 days 2:10. Short Talks. ldentllled tho remains found there as occur thu longest eclipse for many ccn from dato ot sale, on account of tho II, Adjournment, thoao of his daughter, Miss Florence turlcs, totality lasting moro than seven Peaco Jubilee. Two limited vcstlbuled Public cordially Invited. Taggart, who was lost In tho wreck of minute In tho Island of Luzon, at or train from Loxlngtou and Central W. CAUTKit, Chm'n. P. tha Lonlsvllo launch, I'auuones. very near Manila. Kentucky dally. Georgo W. Harney, Tho book committee of tho Methodist Tho fellow who said that Emperor dlv. pass, agent. Episcopal Church, South, mado u re ATHOUSANDTO.Ndl'I.S a, wiiii,.,,, wniilil lm usoslnutcd If ho defending tho coursoof tho church CouM not ri'iYM lbs rapture of AuulsK. fi'lln-gr- r It takes three sleepers, six baggage went to Egypt, and thereby Beared him wrt oflUV llooahl it, I'lilUJehihla. I'll, urn In thu matter of tho collection of tho lit fuiiml that Pr Kluj'a Asar liUuvrrv for rou- - cars and two engines to pull Hlchard Into u change of plans, has been auiuhtloii liavl hrr ul war claim ugalnst tho government. tough tbai tor roiuillI)r cuntuial Ufa aa haitlug Mansfield's Cvruuo do Horgarao Co., tuauy yrara lial burJcu to 7 J years' solitary conllnement Tho $100,000 feo paid Muj. Stahlman Is All uihft rfiuwllea ami Uottora couM kIis bar uu which carries Kit people. for his joke. kalp, but tliaaavaoflbii Hoyal Cure "It aoou r m a hold to be not excessive. All' tho same, bovsd thealu lu tuy tlmlauj I tau uoar alrrw rviurmUrr Uolug Shadruch, Meshach and Abeduego "Now," said Hunker, "I can onco however, nobody will bellovo that tho MUDdly. aoitivlltlntf 1 (an Mar,4raiMra viorv. i nvi lias aouuuiuK in iuaouloui moro facu tho world an honest man. whole business Is not a swindle and a tboluliciw" M lll mttjuut who Irlra I'r wero tho names trlvon to tho triplets for auv trouijla of ilia In u'a Naw hamo uion tho church. at Tho last of my debt Is outlawed." lrliw ftcv au,l II iw. Trlalo born to Mr. Joseph Dinwiddle C'Sral or Luiigt Ksroal, Apropos of this tho Nushvillo dis- Moattirs tt at ivuuj a I'rug atonr, cirrjr tuttl Chestnut Uldge. meeting of tho KenuiraulrrJ.I Tho 1th annual tm m . m trict conference of tho Methodist Episa l AI tucky Slate Medical Society will bo copal church In Its session last week rH'MiU'NPEH Tho Northern papers, uro growing VVilluflrniauiMlltllllhorillls lluru, NalJ, Cut or t held is Louisville, May 0. disapproved of tho mothod resorted red In tho face dlscusslni' tho tb hwl In Prut. Iluitleo'a Arulia Nilta,ruiuitiir Ural lb a m II, world, wilt till iua wia alia Thomas Eves, aged 45, wus drowned to by tho servants of tho church In snub of Gon. Wheeler at Charleston. Cures Old Sorsa. rcitr turn. I'licra, llolji, rrlooa, ou forua Kentucky river Monday at Li- procuring tho pussago of the bill lu tho They eay It was because ho donned tho ratlb and all bklu KruolUma. llf.t I'lla iuitbold in OulySStU. li, Cure (uaraMrad. United States Congress appropriating blue after wearing tho gray, by IVnuy lbs Drumltt. lian's ferry. PREACHERS. nl Seeing Believing THE GLOBE, OF DANVILLE, KY., Has the Best Line of Men's, Boys' lt lo I and Children's I CLOTHING. Every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction. As A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT to-t- al iJ We will sell Lisle Thread Socks, 25c grade, at 15c. Don't overlook these. 13,-X- Mac-cabc- All Kinds of Underwear tax-pay- or Silk, Lisle Thread and Balbriggan, from 25c to $1.50 a garment. Manhattan Shirts, Stetson Hats, Fine Shoes. If you will call and see our goods we will convince you that we have the best. Our Motto is How Cheap, But How Good" v. Mu-nll- la. THB GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. EjVv--v- 1 m . Ml LADIES! I I I 1 1 to See our line of I 1 ii; SLIPPERS. Tey Are Beautiful, They Are Good, ' ! b Hi I I!) m m sen-tonc- They Are Cheap, In I jnll 'i--i I M I Quality contlileied. Southern Ties, Oxfords and Button. Mack, Tan and Patent Leather. 1 W m 17-1- j I H. J. M'ROBERTS. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - May 16, 1899 W. P. WALTON. TiiEConfederoto Veteran Association Gen. John B. Gordon com1 Wado Hampton the department of Northcommandcrof finn. Stephen V. ixo vi.inif. -n.nf hn department of Ten- . nnd Gen. W. L. Cabbcll, of tho nn. p It. I ana must be always permitted to remain there. The weather conditions during the Charleston meeting wereall that could be desired and tho reunion, while not so largely attended as previously, was ono of tho most pleasant of the nine that have been held. Tho grand old heroes are fast answering to the final roll call and lu a few years none will bo left of those who fought and bled for the cause they loved, but their memories will ever live in the hearts of thoe for whom they suffered ami to whom they will leave a priceless legacy of patriotism and honor. theMrof the grave, .1. a sacred trpst, pan .ad ,1... to thn hearts of Southern women. tho two. If Judco ST S the North, but ami ..oulsvlllo was chosen as the next placo of meeting. Gen. Wheeler was ono of tne neroes ui u.n uneech favoring ox ma.in After a flerco debate in panslon. whlchUov.J. L. M, Curry declared there was no rebellion and no rebels, but a fight for principles and right, a resolu-tlo- n uubstltutoforGcn. S. D. Lee's Taylor has finally announced his to accept tho president's suggesis government care for Con candidacy for governor and Stono tion that tho .. . a naopicu, u.uuk.u - nvnrtfimil.. tn ahv h! . rnslor In tho rlnc a v w.j , eaerawBwt-- Qp It .9 6ald lhat tho plan Mr. MCjvinicy renubllcan machine Is to run graces "of" Confederates Stone for all he Is worth In this part of 1 11 ! department of tho W. J. Colquitt, of Atlanta, wascleetod of tho Sons of . 1'tnrnn over R. L. Lee, 1 ..ini..ii(?ruLU Trnns-Mtsslsslp- pl. tiiIo v." Tm: Kov. S. T. Martin, of Virginia, said In tho Confederate reunion, while speaking- - against tho resolution to accept tho president' suggestion thattho government tako care of tho Confcdcr-at- o craves, very sensibly took tho ground that It had no business beforo tho body. "Wo have," ho ald, "taken hold of an Incidental remark of Mr. Mnlf Inlnr'a looking tO 111 COmlnff clcC- ton Thoro Is no proposition from the president of tho United States or from inn Cnmrress of tho United States that they arc going to do anything for our Confederate States and nothing sam uy thn United States government that iooks t0 tno Caro of tho graves of our ooldleis In tho Northern State. It puts us In tho light of going before that eminent and asking for something from who glow our men." Mr. Martin fa rlcrht. There was nooccaslon to slop ovor nt a remark made by McKtnley solely to eaten nis nuuiuuco mm w un mriner nis ainuuiuu Mism-uk-as president. When Congress says It will help take caro of tho graves, then It will be plenty of tlmo to consider the question. hn - t.. In tho South tho State and Taylor "" "J" ""P Madl of C. In tho Western tonvllle. should develop more strength than either. Pratt had tho temerity to announco his candidacy without consulting Deboo and his crowd nnd he will bo made to 6UtTcr for his sin, though he is said to be an eminently roanoctablo man and better qualified than either of tho machine representa tives. This Is not a republican year, hut If that nartv should put up such an Ignoramus as tho individual who brings contempt on the office of attorney gen eral, It will court defeat and justly ana very eminently deserve it. It Vt SOMETIME ago when Urey Woodson jumped astride Harry Sommers and began to ilagellato him, tho latter turned tho other side of the spanked parts and meekly said he never fought a friend. This soft answer turned away day of the month. The day danned and the wrath of the pugnacious Woodson, Tho compulsory vaccination law Is In the hourt sped by until night ushered stated ho and three but when Sommers ellcH at Bowling Green. it out, and ttlll the ei nlhe. As her or four others made liberal uso of free Tho L. & N. has leased thcrashvino anticipated death did not occur, her tickets to bring voters L. & N. railroad A: Decatur road for 09 years. friends endeavored to dissuade her to Elizabethtown to carry the Hardin Wind blew down Trap Mchols' nomo from the idea of dying, but the could govwas killed. county convention for Brown for In Montgomery and he no be changed in her opinion, nnd ernor, and asserted that tho editor of The Clarendon Hotel, at Lexington, concluded that the, time meant wii he forgets the Mesieoger knew of it, has been closed by a distress warrant. tii 14th of the entuing month, and the. himself again and says the statement is Four men were killed by a slide oi a pertltted in remaining In bed until that absolutely false and then jumps on "his portion of a culm bank at Centralis, period fctould arrive. Eighty months friend" for trying to besmirch the Pa. hare come and gone tlnce the dream, is character of Gov. Brown. If there A farmer named Mynhler was killed but the girl has kept to her 4ed, reanother that will one thing more than bv a falling limb during a storm In futing to even leave it for an hour, make Woodson fight it is to hear any Bath county. always attertlng that the wai toon to one speak disparagingly of the In Clinton county, Mrs. Ann die, and wanted to be robed for tine Is tho great-es- j who he thinks The Interior Journal has in- shot and seriously wounded her cousin, grave in the garment which her own. man living or dead. structed lu attorney to bring suit for Parker Marcura. h&ndt had prepared for the purpoie. Dr. William B. Rodman died at Numbrrlett timet hat Mrt. Cartwright, feel heavy damages against the Louisville crusade ought to The R. Frankfort, after a brief Illness oi a kind neighbor, washed and ironed Times, naming its n a back-se- t In the news that a WUcon-si- W. Brown, as for the Brlght's disease. the grave clothes to humor the poor by a corset, woman's life was saved George W. Grannahan was struct by woman. Four times hat the prepared miserable carrlcature of Its editor In of the steels deflecting, a bullet one yesterday's paper. Mr. Brown says all lightning and killed 'while logging new raiment for burial, still her faith' fired by a jealous lover. Tight lacing rural roosters look alike to a man who nearCatleltsburg. hat never been thaken in the dream. health of Is doubtless Injurious to tho see, but we will show him how to Tho report sent out Sunday that Her long confinement hat at last who practice It, but corsets that can't those necessary trifle with tho beauty of an Apollo Grover Clevelund had dropped dead robbed her of the use of her limbs to do not squeeze too hard art as happily prove untrue. look dlvlno as Belvedere. nnf great extent. In other respects to make the female form A tornado in Northern Moxico killed the woman it reasonable and intellia bird. Without them some Editors feathers to The war of words between a number of persons and did great gent, but on the tubjectof her strange . ! uuu women aro as ahapely as a bag 01 wool uetberington, oi mo raicuu, anMfl . t nl damage to property. aberration the will brook no contromiddle, while Enterprise, both of Leb- with a string tied In the Bank robbers bound and gaggeu mo versy, and her kindred and friendt are . ..." much without form and anon, .has reacnea, ,, mo acute. buu night watch and robbed a Bowmanvllle, compelled not to dispute with her on void as a bean pole. The rarest num- when "cur," "skunk," "liar," "scoun-dre- l, Ont., bank of 811,000. the subject in order to keep her from of women can afford to go without Instincts of a James H. Butler, of Morgantown.nas becoming alarmingly eaclted. ber and "without the them and where nature nas oeen re n,imlin.. aonear If tho thing is taken tho bankrupt law. His liabilities) should ana mis In her bestowals, art KImsIiik Court IlltilrN. or the ottlcr u liable to get ure $.11,334.14 und assets nothing. no kDt UD0De Magistrate Tool, of the Murrlianla will continue to provide, crusaue or hJg teMaga hurli it tnero bo no danger Colorado Springs, tho Manltou At court, of New York, hnt turned tho of bodily barm. crusade against COrSetS. Hotel and casino at Manltou were com1I It quoted at pletely destroyed by fire. Loos $."0,000. Illble. out of hit court. P. FLOWER died GOV. ItOSWELI. Editor Allen's letter from French one on the Hortha Beilstein. the Pittsburg girl, saying: "1 won't tw ear nnj I., of heart Lick Springs. Ind., to tho Cynthlanu suddenly at Eastport, L. give her dead Bible, or tell them to klst it. There It failure. Ho had been a sufferer from Dcmocrat,makcs mighty amusing read- who killed her mother to no law to compel anyone to do to. In gastritis for some tlmo, though he ap- ing, but if the managers of that resort father company, was declared Insane. court iill manner of pertont kits tho when he at- know when hcy are well oil, they had same day In Daviess county In thti peared In robust health, und Bible, which In tuch placet become a tended the Eastport Country Club. As better pay the Kentucklan to stuy one child was burned to death soap breeder of dUeate." So hereafter ho as governor ho served away, or at any rato not to tako his pen another was boiled to death in a congressman and will swear folks in his court by hating tho Empire State acceptably. He went In hand. Tho "fat and sloppy women" at. up their hand. Court Bibles Samuel L. Avery, tho Loulsvlllo them hold with tho gold democrats in lb'JO und thero might also raise a pony purse to cannot be nice kissing, and a police plow man, has taken tho bankrupt luw figured Httlo in politics. have him remain in Kentucky. has since court Bible ufter a day's work mutt bo with llubllltles ol S47,ouu anu assets oi Everything he touched seemed to turn a thing to be handled with tongs, rightto gold und he leaves many millions, The next governor of Kentucky Harper's Weekly. a Hays, a Chicago dudo.tried ly remarks writer iu child, a married will be a republican" whistles tho Robinson with a wife and only per-tohis tullor There may be, and probably are, daughter, as lawful heirs. Loulsvlllo Commercial to keep up tho to kill himself becauso who feel that they can speak more .'- ,party leaders threutcned to sua hlra If ho did not truthfully after kitslng the Hook, and for waning courage of tho QoQhoX THE proposition to raise w,, liquidate perhap for them a Bible ought to bo , a homo and annuity for Dewey is the In a shooting atlray at uancoc a bo (alr)y conducted. we would newspaper for popular favor. """"'"'1 .. . Mill, Ga., John Letter was killed, Geo. available. But the habitual kitting of nlav of a unwiui-tor- y by- - lllblet in court it a dreary and ' .. Gelatt predicates his prediction, McLeod fatally shot and a Negro performance which ought to fade he stander wounded. out of eTery court juktn toon as civiligets lia.OOO a year, and will continue to A terific colllston of a regular and an General Taylor's mug Is MU) loeolltv reaches a iolnt get big pay after hi. retirement. A on tho Philadelphia & zation in that Loulsvlllo Commercial excursion train by persons and where it cau be hparcd. Oaths made for his beneut is tnercjoro contribution ghow t Reading railroad, killed 28 nlaclnir the hand on the Bible, or by wuo like grousing a fat sow. lhoso g bav(j lh(j 1)Cop,0 Injured over 60 wanttotauapartinsucu uuim 'uu ut tholP foot lo It, that Is If thoy can Peter Bronaugb, a Negro preacher, holding up the hand, or by wluiteier '.. fnrminottinlluences the wltnett' mind, do so, as for us wo shall save our monoy R a wUh TuyIop., alrca(y ln jlao. and his little grandson, wero drowned j """"""" ihuic-.- .T.'r for a more needy object. while attempting to ford tf swollen " n those in wiiu-mo '7" , Is telegraphed all over tho country stream ut Hopklnsvllle. It , ,,,,,pr THE republican papers aro raw. Is at Hot Springs, """ " -- ' the, MoKlnloy, who ;i' Tho Southern railway bus purchu.cd hel bol oo because Gov. Merrlmun, Va.. for his trout, took u bath. If true u " 150,000 tons of heavy steel rulls, ninn n ml ,ll-!l!- l til. Il K HFf K'llCe In COUftS director of the census, is said to havo this is not verv startling unless It is not has useTuT,' bt:the fonnn, Ussing of it suggested to Senator Doboo the pro- - customary for republican prbsldents to , . prloty of naming u corps Of C0USUS su-- wasU ""nf ....rlntondents for Kentucky which sbaf cussing tho Sam Ho.o lynching, udvls-- . comprleo six republicans mm uve ueuu POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. cd tho Negroes to become skilled lu j ocrats. Thoro doosn't seem to Do any i handling of dynumlto. "NTOrT"'TC!!H C.E Llttlclleld, of Rockland, Me., tho .mi wiui for u kick. Democrats can count . I lOl. . '"J at lcat as good us republicans, except will succeed tho luto Congressman the turnplko king, has bought' thoj i Ulngley. Lincoln Circuit Court. at election times ulter too election. la tho Lexington A; I V. I". Gov. lloosovelt has decided to cull un Stuto's Interest ILillHrd's Ailmr.. i'llT.. Vs. W. I, llul-- U j ril'i. Urn., nils. Noll.-- to Creditor. SUNDAY'S LouUvllla Dispatch has u oxlra gt.Mon of tho Now York Leglslu-pictur- e Mayvlllo turnplko for .'W,7i0. Mrs. Furrls, widow of tho famous) Tliu creditors o( W. I'. llulUrd me directof Gen: Wutt Hurdlu charming' ,ur.. COnveno Mav 22. clulins us and w, H. Raglund was nomlnuted for wheel mun, fell In an uop!cctlo fit on ed to irM.'nlluw tiyprove up tlielr of June, tbut rattle snako. At least, it U sup Hie Ut duy niulru1 by the street In New York and broke her' ItWI, before tliu undersigned rommlwlonur. posed so, us It J a sort of paotomlna . tno Legislature as a democratic H. O. VMIMK.V, Conir, l skull, dying shortly afterwards. with no names attached. laalo jrom jetrerson county. fellow-membey anti-corset w T!l 1 IX his speech at Munfordsvllle Saturday, Mr. Hardin worked hlraeelf into a fine frenzy and went for Stono and Goebcl most savagely. He charged Goebel with having voted against an antl.trust bill In tho Legislature and defied "tho boss," as he called him and bis machine, or any combination that he and Stone cou.d make. Then ho wont for Stone, ridiculed his free silver record and accused him of conniving at tho opposition to Blackburn's election. The whole speech was red hotstutland if there Is not a fight or a foot race be fore the campaign ends, all signs fall in this kind of weather. On belnir shown a report of Mr. Har din's speech, Senator Goebcl said that the charges made by Hardin were ab solutely false and promised to say something with reference to It in nis speech at Winchester yesterday. Tho Uh Infantry will sail for Manila By a vote of 21 to 14, tho Loulsvlllo Times secured' tho city printing of May 22d. Llchtnlnu struck tho Moorcflold col Loulsvlllo and tho Dispatch Is hot In orcd church near Carlisle, during afes- tho collar. tlval, upturned tho tables ndd killed 2.1 Pontmastpr Baker, of Loulsvlllo, Bradley, whom ho says will sheep bcarby but hurt no ono. dead "agin" Ed Green nnd William Glntcr, marcontinue his policy of trying to disrupt ried whlto men, wcro convicted at tho republican party. asAn Ohio gold bug democrat nas Owlngsvllloof attempted criminal . nice, cu sault and sentenced to two years. gotten his reward, a. Fate Smith, a drunken brute, nt Lima, has been appointed purchasing Birmingham, Aln., hurled n poker at census bureau. a?cnt of tho Marsh. Stato secretary oi tnc his wlfo. who was In bed. missing her W. people's party of Kentucky, has Issued nnd killing tho Infant by her sldo. Burglars blew open tho Adams hx This an ofllclnl call for a Stato convention to Our ..Herlng this week will surpass nil previous efforts In Value Olflng. press Co.'s safe nt Griwnsburgi Satur bo hold at Frankfort on July 7. Kiccptlonal Values, Is nlwtyfl hendipinrtcrs for Sl.OOO store A meeting of Americans nt Havann, day night and carried away over .irnii.in.l nvnr bv Cant. Nool Gaines, In money and many valnablo p.iper. John L. Williams .V Sons purchased adopted rcsolutlonscongratulatlng Gov. Bradley on tho speech ho tiouverca ai tho Lexington Belt Electric Line Com- Chlckamauga on May n. Thomas Mur pany, Central Electric Company nna tho Hercules Ice Company for .(M,000 ray read the speech. Unl.lenched Sheeting, lie. A Clark county man says thntGocbol spot cash. Mrs. Crosby was given a year's Im10-was not considered a fuctor In tho guUntilcarlird fihcellng, 12Jc. bernatorial raco at first, but ho could prisonment at Chicago for tho killing Yard Wide Hetvy llrown Cotton, 4c. hrcaklng In the Yard W,le Wenched Cotton, IJc. count over AW men for him beforo the of a constable who was Senator nnnki! vestcrday, when ho said door of her homo to servo a writ of Yard Wide rnhleached Colton, 3Jc. It was likely everybody would turn to ejectment. Yard Wide l'ertnle, 6c. A white man attempted to criminally blm. Judco James H. Mulligan, of Lex- - assault a colored woman at Odum, On., l-2e. Ineton. former consul general to Apia, and her husband shot him to death. susgono to Samoa to appear before Public opinion overwhelmingly has Everybody knows what Hopo Cotton Is. This week only ojc. tho joint high commission and give tains the act. The Southern Railway has just plac evldenco regarding tho causes which Lumdalo dreon Ticket and Fruit of the Imiiu Cotton, c. ed nn order for 2:1 standard locomotives. led to the recent troubles on the White lted Spreads, During tho next few days a contract Ladies' (Saure Vcl, 3 for 10c. ' 1,000 freight cars and Tho woods are full of applicants for will be let for for Uille.' Black Hose, 5c. to succeed Judge Sullivan 15 passenger coaches county judge Slimmer Corsets, -- 4c. It Is estimated that thero aro about Short Waists, blue and pin Corsets, onlr 60o. in Madison. Tho magistrates will name In Russia. Unless this his successor on tho M and these are 1.000.000 nrlnces sto- already announced: John C. Chenault, frco colnago of princes shall bS w . s. ped the parity between Russian princes N. B. Turpln, N. B. Deathcrage, girls Ladies' Ilrrei Skirts, HSc to JO. Mobcrley, K. H. Crookc and A. C. and even the silliest American will hardly be maintained. Courier-Journa- l. Udies Patent Tip Shoe, Ilutton or Lace, 75c. Wells. Ladles' Patent Tip Oxford, only Wc. Breckinridge was the first county to Merc's Buckle Plow Shies, only 76c. republican convention nnd It hold a riellcTcs In Her Drram. gave no Instructions except for R. N. Ten. miles nest of Aurora, Ind., mjs Miller, of that county, for attorney gcncral.lt was an antl Bradley meeting a correspondent of the Cincinnati Triband the only lndortcment tho governor une, lnaklrft her home uith her mothMen's good Cotton I'ant, r.sc. received was for his efforts to put down er on n small farm, lives Lizzie Wind-hun- t, Men's (inure Shirts, 16c. nged 31. Seven yenrs ago she mob law. Men's good I'nbloached Drill l)rner, 15c. Kentucky, has experienced a singular dream which, Senator Llnday, of Mens Ctifh Pats, 'J5c. Men's Urasti Caps, :Mc. boon invited to deliver the address be the clalmetl, foretold her death. She Men's Negligee Shirts, duaclisble collar and cutis, only 'Xc. 80eiualliy. fore tho joint meeting of th American toJd lier dream to her 'friends and reBar and International Associations at garded It as a rcTelntion. At, the apBuffalo. It Is the highest honor tho pointed time va only n few days off lawyers of the country can bestow ti)on the prepared her burial clothes, then of their profession. took toher bed and composedly awaited a In Both Straw and Goods. D.in't fall to look through our line uf Carets, Mattlnss her dissolution, which the sincerely Curtains. and would occur on the fourteenth BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. THE- 1 Itooisiille Store ! Prices at Half and Under. Here are a Few Specimens of this Week's Offerings. 0-- 1 4 l. 2,000 Yds. Calico, 3 d. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, 48c. men's suits From $2.98 to $25.00. Full Line of Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's Hats. The Louisville Store. The Chcaet Houie In Town T.D. HANKY, Manager.' Branch Btorcs at Kliiabethlown. Klklon, OwenUro, Shc'hvvllle, Versailles, Han's-towHopklnsville, Mailisonville, Morjanfirld. (ieorgctown Ky , ClaiVsTllte. Tern. Just Think A large astortment of gool Will from at the more of Of It. r roll lo select Paeral4c, 5c, fie. 7c and 8c A. E, GIBBONS, Danville, ev- Wo also hang Wall Paper at 5c per roll by tho mot cnmiicient '"en and carry erything in Ilia Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Pictures Framed to ordor on short notice In latest styles. Give us a call ami eco how you can aire money, N. M Main St , Danville, Ky. Telephone No. 11M. .,u.... Holding Your Own. Against any ono ou the road, lhat wants lo give you a brush, you can always do when seated In one of our afei (lf''Y:J(iiiiiiKssm Light Road "Wagons Our line stock of up sliou'd be Inspected by are not not posted on tliu htyle and iiuallty of our stock. toii with easy running gear, and you can that nothing hut a thoroughbred will pas IIium-wlidesl-abl- l't e B. K. ' ; Opp. Wearen Court-lloue, 5c Son, Ktanfoid, Ky. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. here. We wMi to call your attention to llie fact that we Tho painting season keep the llc.t Head Mixed Paints, Oils, Varnishes, lirushes, &c In the market. In ns 000 P2rS? SfaT ... m TOILET ARTICLES ! Ac , is complete, Ourllnoof TilU t Articles, such as Tooth Ilru.lKB. llalr Crushes, Combs, Sjaps, and of the very best imallty. romMuiuk'd from the PRESCRIPTIONS carefully solicit your patronage. Purent and lies) drugs Prices reasonable. We CRAIG I o o 0 o o O & HOOKER. I o o o o o O o I ...... J""" .., , 'iZunCZSr .... und""1" - ' .u. itie. "" OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Wall Paper , i Y Il'i AT COST. In Older In Muku lloom fjrBprlng Styles, ' I o 1 o W. B. McROBBRTS. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo o h yrr mmTj'f'f:mWm'-- H THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Miss MAHV COOK Ulllof abronchlal SCIIKUN doon, iwultry netting and trouble. such nt Warren .'c Shnnks. JfNIt'H II. Item I confined to hl JL'ST received a beautiful lino ot bed with throat trouble Mav 16, 1899 Dlt. Stanford, Kv., stkklk Baii.ky, accrotary, box paper. Craig A; Hocker. leave on the early train tomorrow for Wantkii. Wantod nice freih, vol' E. C. Walton, Husiniv MANAnr.n. Loulevlllo to attend tho mooting of tho low butter, Gcorgo H. Parrl. M. OtVKNSiioito wagon, Deerlng binder and mowor and repair at Hcazlny fc - Carter'. Aftkh having rain, it wa cold enough for flo Sunday, but not enough for frot. It i hot enough now for liny purpose TlIK brldgo over tho St. Asaph on tho Hustonvlllo pike, was repaired yesterday, not a moment too soon. Marshal Xowland with a small force, took down tho railing, tore up tho flooring, put two new sills In, relloored it and rnplaccd tho railing all In 10 minute. Thero was a considerable blockado of veblclo on both side before ho win through, but ho worked so fast thero was no complnlnt. Tilltcx-Confdderates- X BHTTHK MURKY. Icn Every body was In yixtcrday but you. t Iiero when you cal'. Don't blame us If your site 000 Wk Iibvo n record of moro than 00,- correctly filled prescription. Don't you think Unit entitle us to your con lidencey Penny' Druir Storo PERSfNArAHD'SOCJEtYTOSSIP. EttNKST WaIIIIKN Soiia Watkh, ico cold, pure and most refrcJlngut Penny' Drue Store. lcnt Sunday In Cincinnati. Mil. J. dava In Ml!. 1'. Cl'MMiNS spent several I J. It. At.KOltti cndlng a week nt Lawroncoburg Miss M.uiY Noix, of Danville, I visiting her homofolk here. Jons L. Hay, of ulchmond, pcnt Sunday with George 11. Hill. Boit.v, to the wive ot Hen Ronton and Wllllum Holuclaw, n hoy each. Dlt. G. Gor.DHTKIN la visiting hi brother, Dr. 11. Goldstein, who I here. Mlt. S. C. Lal'KKY, wife and child, of llarrodtburg, I vlelttntr at Hon. G. A. K. A. Mlts. Mauy J. MlM.Cit ha como out It I gloii cabinet, not "gifts" cabl of her winter quarter and I spending not, which Mli Sacray ha reduced to tho week In town, looking unuiually well. Hoes. If your hog are not healthy Ml99K Mauy Adams and Crow, of try omo of Craig A: Hocker' Sato Hog Huttonvllle, were hero yesterday Invitation to the C. K. meet- Cure. ing at Mr. Carionlcr'. wantku to trade buggies for somo goiod, smooth plug horses. H. K. LOCAL HAPPENIN6S. " Wcnren & Son. Rl'liMKlt hoe nt all prices nt Warren Wi: huvo juet received a car of Ir & Shank'. glnln blackmllhing coal. Send at Tei.KI'IIO.nk No. 07 for good grocer- onco If you wunt omc. J. H. Haugh ies nt low price. man fc Co. DAY trains on thl division pas now at 12:02 i. M. North and 12:62 l. M. s South. There Is no change on tho K. TitY the Safe Hog Cholera Curo for C. except that tho 12 m. day train gets .V Hooker'. sale at Craig to Howland 10 minute earlier. lll'H Finish for killing xthto bug TlIK L. .V N. offer one faro rate to and curcullo of nil kinds. W. It Mc the meeting of tho German Baptist , Hobcrts. Brethren at Itoanokc, Va., 17 22; same TlIK Severance now occupy four rate to Young Women' Christian tore root'. with their goods and still Association, Athcvlllo, X. C, June to Southern Biblical Assembly they cry for more space. nt Charlotte, N C, Juno 20 29, and to Mt. VkhnoN. Tho I. J. mnn hope tho Grand Lodge Meeting of tho Klk to be at Mt. Vernon next Monday, tlrt ul St. Louis, June day of circuit court. Make It u point to see him if you have any business with Stonk. Capt. W. J. Stono was thl pacr to attend to. warmly received at Danville yesterday, wIiim-,- ' u largo crowd hcaid him. Ho I '..UN stopped tho game of ball bewhs introduced by Mr. Felix G. Fox in tween our boy and tho West Endcrat a h ghly eulogistic speech. I apt. Stone HiHtonvllIc Friday afternoon at the liku for nenrly two hour and was fourth Inning, the score standing seven loudly and frequently applauded. He to four in favor of the latter club. scored Gen. Hardin fore and aft, which HitOKK Its Nkcic While James wa greatly enjoyed by tho audience, men. Skldinoro was driving tho only horse largely cotnKscd of he had near Klugsvillo Saturday one of It was Stone day ut Danville and unless the animal' hind feet got tangled up things change materially tho captain with It front feet and It fell, breaking will get Doyle's vote. He will speak hero at 2 p. m. Tuesday, ;l0th, und at It neck. .. si Lancaster nt the same hour thu day TlIK Hustoovlllu Christian Hndcavor previous. Society will give a birthday purty at Six Yi:aks, Tha with.a lino of Mrs. Jennie Carjienter' home, "Lawn Is the sentence linMsed on Prof. Meer." Thursday evening from .T to tl und 7:30 to 11. Kach person whoatlends B. F. lllakcmnn, who onco bad charge Is cxiecied to bring a number of coins of the Hustonvlllo Christian College, taught both In the Stanford Female corrconritng to his nge. College and tho Male Seminary and Dlt. It. Goi.l)STi:iN, finding that later conducted. Klrksvlllo College. there I so much demand here for spec- Afterward ho studied law and "practacle proerly tilted, ha decided to ticed" In Danville. Then hu went to remain ai thu Myers Hon so n few day Louisville und "practiced" once too longer. Those whose vision Is In tho often. Ho got in various scrape In his least Impaired should consult him at efforts to get money and finally ran once as hi time I limited. He guar against a nug, when ho attempted to antec satisfaction. blackmail a rich old man by accusing hlai ot Intimacy with a young girl and Haiihis, tho Negro, charg. offering to shut up for WOO. The girl's AltTiti'lt cd with stealing a pig from Hill Skid-mormother, tho girl and a fellow named caught It for 30 day In jail at his Davis were all in tho conspiracy to before Judge Bailey Saturday. A trial blackmail and they all caught It heavi tho animal wa found In Harris' posses- ly, Davis for tho same time and lino as sion, tho dead wood wa against him and lllakeman, the mother lor soven years ho was sent up notwithstanding Lawyer and a fine of (0,000 und tho girl two W. S. Burch's eloquent plea. year In jail, with a recommendation to s now In charge u reformatory. Ulakemun' sentence Tiu: Myers House of It owner, Mr. M. C. Hurnlde, who including tho fine, which will havo to will run It with tho asslstancu of Mr. on worked out at SI a day It not paid, A. G. Huffman, till a good lessee can will put him at hard labor for over 21 Iks obtained. Mr. E. H. Hcuzley gives year, lllakeman showed a decided as a reason for quitting that thu work propensity while here to make debt t too heavy for his sister, Mr. Patlio and not pay them, but nothing of u Hays, who ha been hi housekeeper. criminal nature wa brought ugalnst SOUTIIKKN German YOU'LL If you let another week pM without coming In and selecting one oif nur Cut Price Suits. We havo a few bmlncsi units left that wo havi sold at f 10 and 12. now f7 50 HnmptMnr. In Hna.iimllt. wnrtl. C1U and 120, now fl" und tlS. Heed our srarnlng and Come at Once or you may htvc cause to regret your delay. cgrCIothlng, Shoes, Hats, Ac, BE LEFT ! ROWLAND A CO., , So. 300 West Main St., DANVILLF, aMlHMMt .... KY. Boyle were K. Wearen t millet eed. II. Son. Lackey'. Mits. OAN'lKb IIOI.MAN, of Crab chard, wa the gucit ot her son, James Or- 10-2- 7: E. Holmnn. J. U. WaUK, of Smith' Grove, ha succeeded U. II. Dunk on the mall run on the K. C. Missiw Ki.iZAinrrii and Etiiix IIVNN, ol thu West End, were guet of 20-2:- 1. Mr. Cicero Heynold. Miss Hkhhu: Maims, who ha been with her lister, Mr. I...M. Wcterlleld, IniK returned to CumpelUvlllo. TUB Mlddlcsboro New say that Mr. and Mr. J. W. Nesbltt, of Mt. Vernon, will likely mako their resl-deu- banquotted at tho Clomon Houso Dan ville, yesterday by Tip and Harry Hrueo. The Advocato toy that about 1 o'clock Capt. P.lchard summoned tho boy to dinner with a bugle call, when tho column set In double-quic- k march toward tho dining room, Tho decora tions there were artistic and In keeping with the occasion. Tho dinner prepared by Capt. Richards and his most excellent wife, wa a. pplcndld Interpretation of genuine old Kentucky cook ery. It was not served "a la ciirte," or strung out In email dishc,through seven or eight courses, leaving a man us hungry us when ho sat down, but wag put on the table In regular barbecuo style and in quantities sufficient to feed a multitude. Capt. Wra. J. Stono occupied tho head of the table and Dr. K. M. Green tho foot. Dr. Green asked tho blessing. About CO veterans enjoy- cu mc ieai. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, And all kinds of FAltMIXG IMPLEMENTS. IV. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. CUT-PRICE TEE GREAT SALE. wlfo left till morning for Pueblo, Col., to remain several week, for the benefit of the K.MIlltV IlKAZLKY and there untl-Uiird- ln former' health. W. S. Wakiiiin wont to Louisville last week to consult a doctor ubout hi nock, which hu troubled him greatly since he wot shot. Mkssus. Thank Snyukii, Jame T. Carson and hi little son, Reynolds, were hero Saturday, tho guest of Mr. and Mr. S. P Sugg. PitftK. W. J. CitAlii ha gone to hi homo In Davie county for a wek and Prof. Hardin Crulk' I teaching the boy at the academy. P. K. TllIMIll.K l representing the Ml. Xcnlu Tent of Maccabees at the convention at Frankfort. M. P. Elkln will cast Stanford Tent' vole. Dlt. - H. Cook ha returned from Harrodsburir where he went to attend Mr. J. V. Sallce, who It I feared I threatened with a lung trouble. TlIK Hcndersonvillo, N. C, Time, say that A. C Martin, of this county, who I thero for hi wife' health, will manage the street railroad thl season. of the Tiu: Suto Commandcry Knight Templar will meet at Louisand Sheriff Owen will take ville down most of the member inthlscoun- I- .M At Cairo, III., threo brother named Smith have married (lvo slater named Owen. Hugh English, aged 05 and Mrs. Rhoda Coleman, 3$, were married In a buggy at Benton. Elden Slier, aged IS, and Miss Nellie Wool. 17, were married ut Rev. W. M. Brill' by thai gentleman Friday uftornoon. On all our Spring and Summer Goods. Our customer know that our stock consists of the Cream of the MHrketj a 1 Fresh and Well Selected. AVe do not offer you tho accum'ation of years from an old stock of goods, but choice slylea from the best ol mills, and all bought this season. LOOK AT THIS 23c Fine Imported Zephyr Cloth for only 20c. 20c rino Imported Madras Cloths, for 15c. 15c American Madras Cloths, for 12c. 25c Fine Imported Dress Linens, at 20c. ! . ' ?rt.-00- 0, e, Henry Hackley broko the record at Falrview, III., by marrying in threo 15c. week after hi wlto's death. HI ex lCc. cuse wa that ho had to havo somebody 12c. to take caro of hi children. 3c. Thl Item from tho Paris Kentucklan 5o. will will surprise those of hi frleud 10c. who have not heard of It: "Dr. N. II. McKInney and Miss Margaret Rankin, It you have any of the above goods to buy, this Is your opportunity to secure bar- -, s daughter ot Oscar Rankin, of Millcrs- - gains from a fresh stock. Don't wasto your labor on old rotten goods. Our burg, eloped to thl city yesterday and are all made to order by Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co. Our men's Shoes are wore married at Hotel Windsor by all made to order by Helmers, llettmin & Co. They can't lie beat. Rov. Rutherford." HI family hero say thut it wa not an elopement, how ever. The brldo If said to bo handsome and wealthy and tho doctor is said to bo doing well at his profession, so there is no reason that they should not bo as happy as friend hero hope they will ladies-Blioe- 33c White Corded Piques, at 23c White Linen Duck, 20c While Corded Pique, at 15c White Corded Pique, at 15c Illaek, New Blue, Ked and l'ink Pique, 5c Prints, one lot to close, "c Yard Wide Percales, l'.'lc White Star Percales, choice linen, 25c. 20j. JOHN P. JONES. smtmmam&itB&'&jmmm ""UHDlNDlfOCKT Buyer here aro paying best wool. 20c for the 1 ty- - Casiiikk H. G. Hail, Attorney T. '.. Kelley Morrow, Jr., at-Iioone, of Somerset, and J. P. Hakcr, of Hunisvllle, Tenn., were here Saturday und Sunday. Missis Lirrru: Giikkn and Tevl Shelby will leuve in June for Europe. Ml Shelby will visit her llcr, Mrs. )arbyhlrc, and MU Green will join a touring party on the continent. Ad ' vocate. Miss Nkm.u: Ohniiokit, of Living-toI visiting the Misses Shcllon. Hy the way. we hear by grape vine tele graph that Mis Nellie shortly to marry, but wo aro not til liberty yet to tell ull we heard. Mks&us. Thomas W. Paxton and Allle Connctt, ol Cincinnati, poht lust week with W. II. Traylor. While hero they put up 11,000 quart bottle of Mr. Truylor' best whisky, which will bo hlpied this week. past thu C0I T. P. Hll.l., who aj,'o of mun, goe fox hunting sov-ernight In a week. One nlghl last week hu was out till .'I A. M., ut which hour hu retired and wu up as usual at 5, feeling nonu the worse for hi fun. AT Mis Allle Huffman' celebration of her lllh birthday Saturday afternoon a largo number ot her little frleud were present und enjoyed Ice cream, strawberries etc. und had a happy time. Shu received u number of d n, 1 1 elocutionary recital, which is creating much pleasurable anticipations, will be given In Danville, Mav, 10 at 8 l M by the gifted Mr. Nell Adam McKInney, a graduate ot tho Kansas City, Mo., School of Elocution and Oratory, assisted by Messrs. W. W. II. Mustalne, Harry Rogers, J. W. Ireland and Edwin Mills, thu popular quartet of Centre College. Thu pro gram embrace 12 excellent number und will bo worth going mile to hear. Admission 2." and :tc. AN him and hi friend, which Included a number of young ladle, are much surprised and chagrined beside that they should huvo ever kept company with a convict. Tiu: llscul court, alter hearing tho report from Squire Coffey and Attorney Helm, that no suitable man would ac cept tbosupurvlsorshlpof tho turnpikes at tho salary ot $700 to $500 und give thu bond required, decided to abandon thu plan and appropriate so much a mile for each pike, men to be selected by tho magistrate to see that tho work properly done, and rcHrt to the meeting to bo held on tho 1'Jth. Thu following show tho amount appropria ted per mile and thu length ot each pike: Stanford & Crab Orchard, 0 m. at J.'O 00 Stun ford A; Lancaster, 0 m. at.... 00 Stanford k Danville, 7 in. it Stanford & Hustonvlllo, 0 in. at. . . GO Stanford & Hall Gap, 10m. at.... 50 UuVvllla ,V Car. Creek, 1 m. at. . . 00 1 It I said that hemp will be worth $7 by next fall. J. F. Cook bought of a Hurkavllle partv 24 calve nt $12.50. Ellas Hurman'feold to James Robertson 31 hog at 3o. Ky. People. F. P. Bishop bought of Georgo D Hopper some butcher stuff at 3c. Batten, an outsider, won tho Frank Fehr stakes at Louisville Saturday. Montlo Fox ,V Co. sold to S. Welhl for N Lehman ISO slop cattle at 41c. Powell .t Harper sold to II. F. Taylor, of Casey, a pair of mules for $200. Geo. M. Davison sold hi Dald Hills fnrm of 73, acre to Frank Cordler for $000 cash. Two fine Aberdeen Angu yearling bull for sale. John S. Owsley, Sr., Stanford. Gcorgo W. MeMuhan, of English, Ind., sold to a New York buyer 302 fat cattlo for $12,000. Foit Sali:.- - Red thoroughbred Poll-e- d Durham bull, two year old. J. II. Swopo, Danville. E. W. Leo sold to Anderson & Spill-matho Danville miller, a lot of corn ut $1.85- .- Advocate. W. G. Cowan sold to Fox Sc McDowell, of Boyle, 100 lamb for Juno 15 to n, SEVERANCE A SONS. presents. TUB two last letter from Crab Orchard havo been written by our young friend, Joe Nuwhind, who wuln charge of the depot, during thu absence ot hi mother, Mr. Alice Nuwland. Joo I u bright boy and wu wish ho didn't huvo to go elsewhere. GAIT. S. (). Va.nPi:l.t, of Danville, uu ex Federul soldier, was uplastweok to got Col. T. P. Hill und Judge J. V. to eak ut Alcorn, un the Perryvlllu celebration of Momorlul duy by tho Federal und Confederate veterans Muy :iOih. Holh ugrecd to do so. 's A I'HKTTV picture of Mr. W. II. lovely little- daughter, Mis Edna r Harbour Mason, was In Sunday's Journal. Shu won tirst hocor In -Mu-oaCou-rlo- Tiu: Commercial Club, with Presi dent J. N. Saunder und Secretary G. 11. Wearen nt their post, met Friday night, when thu soliciting commltteo roorted IS now member, making 117 In all und other not retried owing to tho absence of Mr. J. E. Hrueo. A commltteo on public policy, which I to find out whut thu people want and what to do for tho betterment of tho town and county, wa appointed with J. C. Flor-enc- o chairman and A. C. Sine and J. H. Haughman member. Tho executive commltteu will bo elected by tho directors and all thu committee, ex cept one, will bo limited to thrccinom- ber. Meeting again next Friday night. OUT ON m$Kmm&:&mKmvmM 3j3rjiyiM?T 20 Hu'villo&Hrad'ville,2iin.ut... A." Tom, Deo and Jim, were allowed ball In thu sum of $1,000 each yesterday by Judgo Bailey to appear before tho county judgu ol Clay to answer for tho killing of Bert Store. Tom Baker wa ulso grunted bull In $11,000 for thu killing of Howurd, making hi ball In tho threo case against him $7,000. Hon. W. It. Ramsey, of London, represented the prosccullou und Hon. It. C. Wurrun thu accused. Tom Bukor clulm that hu ha been tried onco for killing Storo und discharged by thu same judgo ho I balled to appear before. Ho hu 11 children, ull boys, Jim, who ha been In jail with him for tho last 11 months, being tho oldest uud but 18. Gen. T. T, Garrard, of Manchester, und It C. the young ladle deelumatory contest Ford, of Mlddlesboro, sent owors of of tho Lancaster Graded School to se- utlornsy to sign their names for them lect u representative for the Hluegrus on thu bond for ball, they were executed boforo Sheriff Owen and tho men Graded School Tournament at Haiu Tho linker, released. Hustonvlllo .V Danville, 7 m. ut. . . Hus'villo Coffey' Mill, U) m. ut t0 Hu'vlllo le McK'y S,tu. 2J in. at. . . 30 T. MeK. .V Coffoy's Mill, 0 m. ut. 100 30 Knob Lick, 7i m. ut Highland & Wayncsburg, 7 m. at. 30 K. M. & Pleasant Point, 21 in. at f0 Stanford & Ottonhelm, 7 m. ut. . . , 3." 35 Rush Uronch, 0 m. at W C. O. & Lancaster, 0 m. ut S., I). R, Gur. Co. & W. O., 01 m. at 25 30 Lincoln County, 21 m. ul. Hoylo 30 McCormack & Tur'vlllo, 0 m. ut. . Hus'villo tc Morulund Stu. 4 m. ut. 3.1 25 Hung, Fork .V Grconlllvcc&m.ut Stanford A; Preuehersvlllo, 8 m. ut 35 Stanford & Mllledgevllle, H in. ul 30 25 Lancaster & Danville, 4 in. at 10 Logan' Crook, 11 in. ut It will bo seen thut these appropriation foot up more than $7,000 und thu end I not yet. Tho Boyle county plan of letting tho breuklng und spreading of thu stone or gravel seems to bo a much better plan tbun appropriating so much a mllo for pike. Tho couuty would then know exactly what It i getting for it money, whereas under tho appropriation system ll will never know. 00 00 Powell I back from Saulsbu-ry- , N. C. where ho sold another carload of hog a high a a cat's back. j. a. ureersoia to R. C. Hocker a milk cow and two calves for $00 and bought of W. C. Long a milk cow for delivery at $5.40. J. W. $18.50. Joub Rlgnoy, of Casey, sold In thl county a bunch of yearling heifer und steer at $10, a fat cow at 3)o aud some stock cow at 3c. M. S. Haughman bus bought an later est in Myors Hros thresher and will devote soma of his tlmo to threshing tho coming season, Leonard Bros., of tho West End, havo sold their wool to Hiker A: Hoard ut 18 cents. Thu market price bus opened up rw Hb JVW7F n T .t H Ji at from 18 to 20 Democrat. Danvim.K Couitr. A good crowd uttended Danville court yesterday but very llttlu trading wu dono. Only ubout 100 euttlu were on thu market and not ull sold. Tho following private sale were made: Wilkinson & Allen sold 12 helfea at $23; M. E. Allen gold olght calve at $20; F. P. Bishop sold to Russell & Co., some butcher stuff ut 3)u und some fat sheep at 3.35. Horses und mule wore dull. cent. Harrods-bur- g CiwEBi HIGGINS Cypress Shingles. I St. McKINNBY. Iron Fence. IA.C.SIHB.IUU STANEOBJP;KY. Metal Roofing. 5 V? s&t xgssg Mill Work. X EINTERIOR JOURNAL X'VL.'bXi.mln.mlTwmmt.m.zr CRAB ORCHARD, emd 3rri.d.a.T-e- i SUl'JCIt VJC-.VitIN- ' VIJVVNCK will be charted WWhfnnol mpiKima.CO 1 IeMSJ, 1itn 57 ftralUKU TIME CSRD KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 1M .H No. 8 ArrrlTesatManfordat 2 10 a. M. Manford No. 4 No. 21 Arrives it Unwland at 12 00 OAT. 2 W F. M. No. 22 Stanton at lm KNOXVILLEoTviSiON. '' Ho. 24 Train iolng North Wo. 28 Ma. 23 KO.M " ' ... South.....- -, --. .... . . . U rj p ra 2(1 am II .IS a, m MMpni Forallll'otnta. BOUGH TICKETS M1LP. IIAOOAOF. CHECKED TIU10UOU. For any Information enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Trains leave Frankfort at 7 A. M. anil S 40 P. M., onnectlng at (leonsetown with (J A C. and reach. M. and 3. 10 r. M. U'c l'arta p. H., connecting at (Iters-tow- n with (J C. and reaching Frankfort at t IS A. at. and J: 10 p. M. lac Parlaat8.4DA. : atv:13a. M and A josmi n. nf.wton. a. o. r. a. QUEEN A CRESCENT. Wo, 6 Tralna pass Junction City u followa. 11 01 p m No. 2 Korth.4 1 1 p m Ho. 1 South 1160 am ...3 4am '4 1H.S " No. Noa. " " .......ltam 05pm 8 1 and 2 do not top. ther than Junction City. "10 " 9 " " and 10 ......SOOam run no fur .lSlpm RoVal Baking Powder , Dr. Stapp's with approprlatooxcrclsoa. A social ptven by tlio Misses was the event of tho evening Thursday, nil whonttended reporting n dellehtful tlmo and much praise Is being- - pivcti theso young ladles as en tci'talners. Park Anderson Is at home for ft few days visit to his mother. Mrs. Alice Xewland has returned from Cincinnati, bringing her son, Fred, who has been very sick with typhoid fovcr, but wo are glad to say is last recovering. Editor James Marct, of Mt. Vernon, was In town Friday looking after hi telephone interests. Misses Ada and Saillc MeWhortcr have rolurncd homo froin" school. K. II. Hronnugh has returned to tho Queen City raco track to look after his string of race horses. J.C. Slier, of Preachersvllle, went to Williamsburg Friday to buy cattle. Galen Itogcrs has recovered from tho small-po- x and no new cases are retri ed. Georgo Thompson Is with us again. ' lie says there is no place like Crab Orchard in tho summer. So he spends his summers here and goes to Missouri In the winter. D. H. Kdmlston is im proving the looks of his property on Depot street by painting, Ac. J. V. James Is building a new warchouso and we understand will enlarge his distil-- ) lery this summer to tlvo times its pres ent capacity. Dr. J. S. Stapp is In Louisville for a fow days. Dr. Hcdd and Mrs. Jael Cooper, of. Livingston, are hero visiting their father, C. A. I Redd. Fred Hugl, of London, lias completed Charles Singleton's bouse and returned home. G. A. Slier, of Preachersvllle, went to Corbln Satur day. Dr. V. S. Beazley and wife, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with his father, V. A. Beaziey. kcIhkiI Mc-CluI closed Thursday TiAilCE -- H -- JOHN WeEKll Is n candidate, fur II. the HON. HI. MIM.EK FARM .FOR SALE OR TRADE. Legislature, subject hi inn action oi tne uoinocratic ps.rtv. 15 CENTS. Owensboro Messenger. TwlM-A-Wee- Kanwv Cplendld farm nf JtHarre.ln Hoiilli-a- l JOnillevlroni the Mluil line Well iraal. fariiilntv)iintry I hi, kly artii. 1 Miiim., Announces Ms rnmlldnov fur to t entr. Ken the oflleu of llepresentatlvc from (tie pounty oneavy tenuanr lrale (r farm indllteren In a Imky Can ixy tl,'"" to IV' of Lincoln, subject 'to Hit) notion of the. AddreMlVoat sianf. ,1, K.y trade (IS) F. NORTH rl Not worth paying attention to, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs Is a family failing. At first it Is a slight cough. At last it Is a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S I'REY WOODSON, Editor LnucuNtcr, Ky. to any address (mill the IVmocratlc WillWse i Edition. R. A. JONES, I MateConventlonlor ONLY ID CENTS. r ih do? Will Va.li Itlll laMlil UIAI1 .11 llhd1 l ernor'a rate and Mate raiiipals'ii .Llrely sue Address, enclosing IScentalii taropeor coin. THE MEdSKMIKU.Oweneburo Ky Tooth Extracted Without Pain rtry With VlUllifil Air, riiyIclan In ntU-ndRiirr. Offlca In tliri Nrvr Thomson llullnltiff . L" DENTIST, J4 Stiuirrd, OL'K.. : Ky. DR. iAi. L. LOiAiDER, Ayer's i Cherry Pectoral quickly conquers your little backing cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt comes from neglect. For over half a century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and preventingconsumption. It cures Consumption also if taken In time. Mctp OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. like to take option on good farms In Lincoln Countv I'or terms and particu' WM. LANDUUAF. lar address Krlger. Kv 20 I would A I'lIYfilCIAN AND DHUGG1ST, MCKINNKY, - KlJNTUCKY. l'rrcrlptlona Curcfullr Compountlrd NlKll; Day or iw.om MASTIC " B. G. fins Blne-Cr..- . Finn For Sal., t recttT.1 .k ol Br. Alters cicrri Plasters otcr II HtJJ H CMt. ir rprlno and li In a hUti .tale of rultlvatlna, lliu welfael In rta The Ulanr I. alioutt.o-tlilrdIniulllvatlon. ThUl. ar.to opwttunlly lor any one wl.hlnit a An fartu Thli latin will l avid fur In one and two yair. with OfflMov.r SURoberia' Iru Stor. la th. Owatiy i nh. ; percent Intereil I'UMewi.in given Jan, I, I!mi, iiiiiiuipk. with privilege of w.lln thla tall tor lurtlierla-f,iruiatiocall on 01 aadir- -. C C. anAtlale, ! lluv!on ille. or Wallace Can'nler on the premlww, oii the lnn. who will lake plnuure In ib'twln fend them, to C C VANAIl.slHI.l- Ky llmtiMivllle llr Adam Carnter'.IIelr, Till: DANVll.l.i: CYCLKCvl., DAS II.1.K, KY. No IIS Third M SATISFACTION (It AltANTKITD. ! llort-- i and Mule o n.tnntly on luind nml for alc at all tlmr. eU at public ule our Farm cf 363 A:roi in Cuey F!:e Bht-QriCounty mile V'et of lluitonrllle, Ky ThU A. S. (imii u loniiderrd the lw.1 InC.Ky twinty. It I. well liiiMoreJ with aeteral Hue lUrm, a rvol la made in a larcc nutiiber of the most de Surgeon Ii.elllncof II ruoma, Cellar, and all sirable Shades. We have a large stock of outlHitl.llnjc. It well watered with never Ulllnj Dentist, We will On Saturday, June 3, '99, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE 8TABLE, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. FOX, MIXED PAINT PRICE, netry Stanford, Ky. BROKEN HICVCLES Strictly Pure White Lead, Oil and (A)lor Sale Of Real Estate Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food . against alum. aOYAt Tho 3rd Kentucky Is being mustered out at Savannah today. The 16th Infantry has been ordered to sail for Manila, May 2S. The 3rd Nebraska, Col. W. J. Bryan's regiment, has been mustered out. In the county of Greenbrier, V. Va., the assessor found 2j babies named Dewey. 5ha!l send you book on thla aubect, free? we wl.i on As EecutoM of Mrs, Catherine J lUUer. MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, Tho Soamstross. Plain and Fashionable Sewing Cutting and Fitting a .eclally Water Works M and are sure In supply your wants. Our Mmdlcml Dmpmrtmmnt. tf bar. any enmpUlnt whatever and detlr. th. m.dtr.1 Advice you tan pilhtr obtain, w rlt. the iliKtor freelv ou will rrcelv. a tronifit reply, without cn.t. yon Saturday, May a7tli, 1899, the premlK, wll at public outcry the following real rlate Inauliurlw of Stanford Klrvt 11 acre and i pules of the woodland pa.ture on Wet side of lot of Mr. K I' pike, udlolntng On lce-ho- Penny's Drug Store. ltt AdJrt.i. l)K. J. C Lu AVER. .11. Mm. Alton (airing powders are the greatest menacen to health of the present day. esiuso won ea, saw wan. I Of Lexington, Ky. The transport Hancock, with tho 21st Home For Infantry, broke the record by reaching Manila from San Francisco in 22 days. She did not make a stop. Ti.ecw.-- ..ro.r it iiu.t,,,nin i..,- -.. The committee of arrangements at cd for sale privately. The dwelling u a in rra,lne ouiiainifof 10 the Charleston reunion seems to have , cammoV?usgood repair, while tlio loom- -,con- reasonably lot been novices. It failed to assign Gen. talua 10 acrea of nnlcndld land. The out- and iVheeler a place In tho parade and tulldln(t are good No-- there Is convenient Pretty Sale. ' 11CUU1CU t -VlUVa - VBliUlCI t Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. and bis SO colonels, ernor Is an ex Confederate. The New York Times suggests that VT Ttj Wills Ton Lira. the ne wspapei raise a f uni for a Dewey Old Line Companies Py When Tou Sit. memorial. It says that the 500 largest papers could average $500 In collections Over 8150,000 paid In llvin lwnefita. which would aggregate $200,000. Then Over fto,OOJ Ileserre and isurplus could bo built a Dewey mansion where II USES WEAKEN, Local Agent,. A. SMITH IK) MAN. Secy., Stanford. Ky. ever he selects as a location and havo 15 Lexington, Ky. the balance for an endowment for life, tbe same as England recognized Wellington by presenting him the estate of Stratbeldsy. Though he will leavo Manila In a few days, Admiral Dewey will not reach the United States until September. He and the crew of tbe Olympla are In great need of rest and shore exercise, and will spend some time In various ports. In reply to Invitations to banquets at New York and San Francisco, be has cabled that the state of bis health demands rest. .ji. although Ul . clitern. There la no i to the residence a UCUIKlOi ' prettier or more convenient home In Central the govj Kentucky and a bagaln can he had In It. For further particulars call on J. II. Cook llustonvllle. or 0. It. Cooper, Stanford. ID acres and rood of same adTblrd. joining lot No. 2 and f. J. Kmbrv These three lots embrace all the land on West side of Lancaster pike. After Iwltig sold In lots, lis above stated, the whole tkinml.irv of M acres and 5 polos on West side of pike will be offered and the lild accepted which Is for the greater amount. Fourth. 9 acre., nxxl ana u poles on Fjtstsldeot Lancaster pike adjoining the lot of J II. Mershon. Fifth. I acres. 2 roods and I poles on Logan Avenue adjoining the lot of Dr. J. 1', lVvtnn. All of this propertv has lieen rented for the present vcar and piswesalon can not he given until January i, """ S. J. KM11KY, J. II. PAXTON. F.xecutoraot Mr. O. J. nalley, 13 1 1 Sillier Mvond It acres. wimii adjoining lot .i I roods and 37 poles of - FIBB, LIFE 5c CCIIDIEiErT INSURANCE. J. S. MURPHY, Aftnl for the Walter A. Wood Machine Co., Twine, Only the best companie. represented, rbj.tn.l titY.lfM.n..U wnrtbof which I will 12, Inquiries solicited. kfu a far w M wurto oi lb ait rrrfuur kit).. hioJI It. II. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. MACHP.JE SUPPLIIS AlfD BETsUSS. K Lowry Grass Binding Call oo m anJ 1 Lincoln County National Bank. Capital hhxk.'UOO.O'iu. Suctwor lo Tbe Fsrtser. Hank A Truit Comny sou unuer same niaoafenieni conimu ou.ly for ft tears. will mvv yvu montj, 13 J S.MCItrilV.TurMmUIi', Ky SAVE YOUR MONEY By insuring In the Old Reliable J. T. BUTTOW, Hrjjtonville, Undertaker, - Kentucky Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, ijMjHii4WMvbiaiaiuB4uiy((a . WW" The Favorite Line LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Kvcnlng from ion Station, 10th ami Ilroadway. Passengers dcniring Inforiuatlon and ebrnskii rates to Wlacoiislii. Minnesota, and points in tho far West, including California, should address Un- Aseembly, Ya., May (J, Si C. Hoiite and lines. Ono faro tho round trip May ltlth and 17th. Finest train service In tho South. Tickets good till June 3d returning. Ask your ticket g q).XnoWSS Queen & Crescent ROUTERichmond, Presbyterian TliAiU. AMZI DODD, President. Assets, Market Yalues, 167,090,002.40; .Surplus, $3,391,189.71. $.'0,000 Ordinary Life I'lan, age 35, In tho Mutual Ilenellt, Annual Premium $200.00 Ho,ls(-ucbutlnen relation. wlli;prove mutual, " ly beneStlal and pleasaal. 110,000 $278 ) Mutual Life, N. Y. " " " " " ' Northwestern. " " " $270.50 $10,000 MItS. U. D.HIMl'SON, Pror.. " HIIIF.CTOILS: " " " " " " New York Life, $10,000 $281.10 : Willlami, J.J. S. Ow.ley, Sr., "' " " " " Kqultab'e, " $10,000 $231.10 J. William (loirh, Newly furnished; clean beds; iplendad Thi Muttta' Benefit Policy is has Cash Yalne, Loan Yaltie. Paid A. W. Carinter, Porters W. II. (,'umtufna, uble. Kverjthing Up insurance1, and hxtcndetl Insurance that works automatically. Dividends are J. V l.ynn, 89 meet all trains. payable at the beginning of the second, and of each succeeding year, and may be ush. H.fbank. ed to reduce premiums or increase tho insurance. J. F. Cavh, 11. Owiley. J. Kvery member of tha Mutual Benefit is sure of fair, liberal treatment under ALL OFVlCKIt": circumstances, and no matter what happens he will get his monev's worth in insurFARMERS ! TO ance, for it is all put down In Black and While "IN TIIK POLICY " For Informa- S. II. hhanka, 1'rr.ldrnt! tion or rates apply to K, V Smith & Co., State Agents, W2 V. Main St., Louisville, J. 11. Owiley. Caihler; W. M, IliU'nt, Ami Cashier Ky., or MAHONY, Ky. All nations arc learning this lesson h Solicits Your Bank Acoount, Offers hla serf less to Ihe people of West Utcola and Cassy cvuntUs. lull stock si Codlnaaad Cask. tsaalwayaoa baad. a I). . Carpenter. Manafer. Mason Hotel firat-claa- a. aLancaster, Kentucky. THE r. b. Agent, Stanford, Stanford Female College. William Shelton, Mrs. Nannie S Sautley, Lady Principal; .Mii-Maltio Paxton, Matliematica and Phyricil Science; Miss Kinlora Axtell, Primary Department; Mies I.llen Ballon, Mtisio Department, Mins .Mary Hubbard, Art Department; Miss Hora Ilu Ion, Kloctition and Physical Culliire; Mrw. Magsiu J Martin, Ikinrdlng Dcpartincnt. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ONboruc or STANHllUn KY. Farm Iiuplc-IIlCllt- H Succcctl- - STANFORD, KY. President, Where others fall, imvst i snvlally our lllu dem iiuil Mowers Tbelr K'rfeCtloii Is cred Ited to built of tbe Ix'.t material that Also being Ulleil with tbe liniiii'V can bu Thla Institution orlslnally eitabllibed as tbe ! esl.t. only perfect KOl.LKi: IIKAItlM..-l- u puall llsnk ol Slanfurd lu IM4, thru reorganised tt I'lii'e. ussurlug at all times lightest draft an J louirest life A full line of ri'imlrs alwais J the National Hank ofbtanlord In I!"-- andagain .euunr llav Tedder Siimtlilng iiiiw in reorKanlirdaathe Flnt National Hank of hlmford this section. FltANK HOI.T.l'LAW I tin Miinfiird Ky In lssi, has had practically auuuluterruptedetUt Capital Stock $100,000. Sarphi, $17,323 emfor II yrara. It la belter suppled now will buslnrsa promptly and liba 0,1 tacllltlea for lrauaattln agent for particular!.. LOW HATF.S. Ci. erally than ever before lu lis lou ar.d IndlTldualssolklted. UIMicToaa honorable H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoku, Kv., In Ucculvluu lilN career. Arcouiae uf liidlviduala, fiduciaries, tiruir Glas- A, It. State Knciimpuicnt, 23-2- 1, gow, May cnu faro 21 and22,good to 2i. Knights of Muccitbces, Frankfort, HI u ml 17, reduced rates from all poIntM. 20-2- 9. F, lleld, Lincoln Co.; S.T. Harris, " J S. Hocker, W P. Walton H. J.W, llayden, Stanford II. llaufbiuau, " " J. Miller, Ml. V eruob Biblical Assembly, Charlotte, N. C, Frank J. Kced, Gen. Pass. Agt , K. II. llacon, Dis. Pass. Agl, JubO iii:VAiu: i intmi:nts foil atauuii Gen. Mgr. W.1I. McDoel, 1IIAT CONTAIN MKItCl'UV Charles II, Hockwell Traffic Mgr. will surely destroy seuieof miell Ylce-I'res.- ' " Stanford. T. P. Hill, W. A. Trlbble, M. Spring & Summer floods. Give Him a Call. Sautiiern Railway THE SODTH'S GRE5TEST PENETIIATES SYSTEM. the the whole sysleiu wheu luterliu It through iheuiuuuus surges, huili ar llilrs should uvter lwutedseeitou from riuUl4. hyslclau, aa Ihe dauiaifs Ihry will tlo It ten fold ui theKooJyvu tau jsltly deilre from thrui Hall's (itarru Cute, uiajiululurfl by F J. Chriiey A Co.. 'loledu, ()., iviitaina nu nier tury, and la taken inlerually at tint dlrwtly the hluml and mucous aurlaces uf tn. syitem. In buyln( llall'a Catarrh Cure bs sure you set the ueuulue. It 1 taken Internally, and made In Tule do, Ohio, by F, J. Cheney A to. 'lestliuonlals At mertury and derange Tmi sSlrTfcMiSiu vlwaWlaaWaWawaWaWaVlBllMwA SlTBjlKawW k ljXWbmjWlr fiiiawar. " ElDZ out tho oI1 R1"8 ln tb RinZ 0Ut th iilit Ei2 ln Ul' new tlU J. It Colllsr.Crab Orcb'd " M O.Kluiore, We bring to you the new and true from tht P'ney forests of Norway J $. Hocker, President; A orricaat. J, J. McltoUtU Ca.bbr Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed.. un DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey A, Mcktlnnav Am IstautCsbler. TO FARMERS. Ollver.Clilllt'd Plows aud I le pairs. Malta Cultivators, beat lu tbe world. Deerlug ltoll and Hall Hearing Hinders. Deerlug lb.dl and Hall Heurlug Mowers. Mojer lluckboards and Hurgles. (Jurden Plows and Double Bliovels. Will pay inurVet prlco for Wool. Sucks (urulsbed ary lime. All kinds of Furniture mid any plecu or kind of Harness tou want. Call on a I). U. CAltPKNTF.lt. IIustonvillk, ICr. JXcCL)AY Ires hold by I'ruiuhts, pytt-- Sc Through THREE DAILY TRAINS W. A.TUKK, O. P. A., WaahlugtOD, D. O. W. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P A. O Louisville. Ky Walter Holland, aged IS, wus found Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia hanging In tho burn of Sam Uerry, In North uod South Uarollua, Alabama, Mississippi. Nicholas. The coronor returned u verdict of suicide, but it Is alleged that ho Sleeping attempted to assault thu daughter of Uerry and that tho neigh-bore- -, Between Louisville an tho Soutuv learning of tho act, quietly gathered and lynched him. EIGHT GREAT STATES Hall's Family 1111a are the best. r bottle. aWflkst 'aWaWaWaWaH Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to ivaWMK aWaVawl Cure Cars m for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaTho sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ; the rated ; tlio microbe-bearincause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed anJ soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DPIUQaitT BattlMOnly. 25o., 60o. rul $1.00 StlM n g a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Kach way bctweeu Louisville and Lextngtoo THAT THKOIIIlI.S'd lll.'ADACIIrJ Would uukkly leal you, If you used Dr. K Inn's New Llle 1111a 'thousands ofsurlrF.r. I.... ,.r.r- r.1 their mairblesa merit forbkk and N.rvuu. Headaches. Ihey make pure Uuod and atrouir nerves aud build un vour health l!iuv n ,.i Try Iheiu. duly iVu. Money back If not curul' bold by IVuoy, VCARS OLD. and never need aa rsauMV ousssl to 17r. lveU'a llas-ls- r. Uoosy, It dvea quick and twrmanenl relief BaajripaflweJjaacousrtaaiMcoiaa. iimaavsi sewaa 1 dm woo.-U- n. M. . MtlukJia, I JObI BE SURE YOU GET r. Ii!l' ftolx4mi . lrulil. fAtmk. BW For Sale at Penny s Drug Store. And willing to pay top prices lu cash for Cblckens, Kggs, Feutburs, Ducks, Ueese, Turkus, Oluseug, Vellow Koot, Hies Wm. Midi's of all kinds. Copper, llruss. Iron aud Hones. Alan will bo lu tlio market for wool. Beu uio aud get my prlco beforn selllug, and casli. Cull at my lieadijuartora, fet V IVuco's Ulllce, mar llt'tsit, Ktau-for- d, It. ItOIUNSO.N. Ky. UNDEETAEEE! And Dealer lo ajt HARNESS, SADDL1HY, STANFORD, KY. C.