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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 19, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899051901_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 19, 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. M-- r SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVIII. HEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. 19. 181)0. 10 A. M. LANCASTER, NO. 23 ML VERNON. Hev. S. M. Hunkiii will prenrh nt tho Tho republican county committee I'xeesslve ruins hnvu greatly retar-re- d A I'crrjvlllo Presbyterian church lit Himtonvlllc mut nt L. L. Walker's olllceand agreed farm work year old. The new sliki walk Is a great Im- to hold a mas meeting to nppolnt deleThoro la a cam of mulliKx ni Law. Kitndny nltMiU Itov. Win Shulton, Jr., will preach provement to Main street. gates to tho Stato convention, tho time rencebunr. Iluy Your Men's Hoys' and Chlldtcn's I learn that tho College will be In for holding the mats meeting to bu Dudley Stephens bouiht thu Kumill nl thn HapUs. eliurch Sunday morning tor Kiiv. J. 11. urouoli clmrgoofa Chicigo gentleman next tlxed by the chairman of the commitSprints Holler Mills for 2.ni2. Uov. htluiird Kvrrott Ilnlo has ru session. Prof, und Mrs L. M. Hcroggs tee. Win. Marine nns uccii, iliniiiui.u signed tho pastorale of the South Con will go to California nt an early dato. Thu special revival service at tho at Hall, l'ulnakl county. Circuit court will begin Monday. It Christian church nru calling out largo has moved his stock of gresslonul church, Koston, after a ser JohuTuttlo Is always uu Important event us It crowds und much Interest Is manifest Koods from Kolllng to Junction Oliy. vice of 4.1 j ears. Hitler J. Wendal fllacklmrn, of Mon brings many strangers to town as well od. Llder K. L. Powell Is admired for Wi: urc sorry to learn of tho serious his ability, eloquence, zeul and earnestIllness of Mr W S. Hilton, of Junction tlccllo, and W. II I ave, of Columbia, oltireni from all parts of the county. weru Instrumental In organising a " There will be preaching hero Sunday ness und much good will bo done. SerCity. .From morning und evening bv Uro. Mills. vices nre held ut a. m and 7:45 Tho Columbia fair directors have de- lluptlat church at Jamustown, Parks Hill cmnp meeting will begin' Hev. Wheutloy preached twice last 1. M. cided to hold their exhibition four dajs o Aug. It and contluuu 10 dais. Dr. Sunday nnd hi sermons were highly ocKlnnlng Auij. -- The commencement exorcises of Lan will preach thu first Sunduy und complimented caster graded school will bo held at the Tho Itoclcciisllu County Fair Mrs. Sain Ward, of the district un- Presbyterian church on Wednesday, has announced Its fair to occur at Dr. George K. Stuart will prcuch during tho remainder of tho meeting. ion of tho W, C T. I'., and Mrs. Graves, May 21, at 10 a. m. Tho following stu- Hrodhcttd, Auir. l. And thereby Save Knout; h Money to Subscribe to the Fund to Dr. Win. Nat, founder of German mother active worker ot the Livings- dents will graduate: Misses Olivia In Sinking Creek, this county, Hobt. Caldwell caught a salmon 3J fout lonp, Methodism In America, dli'd at Cincin- ton union, attended Mrs Fesscnden's Sweeney, Mabel I Coys ton, Mary Hum-sid- e nati. As n result of his work there urc lecture, which was etijoved by u large und Mr. James Anderson. There weighing IS Kiunds. London Kcho. (,. W. Patterson nt H"c, Mercer now In this country l.'S conferences, 600 audience, und added new life to the Is no doubt that they have taken a thorough course. county, und M. U. Jones ut Hedgevllle, preachers ami moru than 10,000 mem- membership. Hon. W. J. Stone will speak here on We have the I.utcU Full Dress Vest; While Kid Gloves; Nobby Neckwear. Mrs Llizabelh Lawrence ) tho guest lloylo county. have been appointed ber. Just received a Full Line of Silk Tho Hapllst convention decided to of Mrs. Klddolu. Miss Helen Hulner, of aiunoay, way --"j. ills friends nre Ktmasters. u advertising celebrate 1000 us a H.iptUl meinorlul Wlldle. hns gone to Florida Miss by testers und otherwise Thu II jcar old son of John W. of Adair, accidentally (hot und year. A resolution wus adopted apJo pi in will teach thu school ut Rasp- and expect to glvo him a good audipealing to tho Czur of KiirsLi In huhalf berry. Mrs L II Adams has returned ence. They claim thu power to control killed his brother, two jears his of the persecuted Stundlsts of that from n visit to Mrs, Jack Adams, Paint the county convention. It looks like a whllo hunting. Th Cincinnati Southern has handled empire. Lick Hdgar Albright Is back from great storm, un Irresistible uvalanche, lncichtdavs over ISO car loads of The annual council of the Dloccso ot Centre College. J. J Luwrencu Is homo an Invincible phalunx of the blue and IkbOUt "U I.cxlnglon, Hfilscopul church, will meet the gray, the conquerors and tho con .!... -- .vo, .. r. from function City. .linn v i ..I.... nr nil IIVITIIL'H- of In Danville next Wednesday and conquered have swept over Kentucky and cnrloads u day. made a demand for recognition, by Worthlngton pardoned II. W. Hull, tinue in session until Friday lllshop asking for tho nomination of Mr. Stone of Harlan, scot up for 21 years for Hurton, of Lexington, will preside und Hy nn' by I'll get my ole. By an' by. for governor. Military life must bind murder, und 11. K. Morrltt, of Pulaski, lllshop Dudley will bo present. There'll be Heaven In my soul, Hereafter Individual wine cups, says men clo-- e together and It should bo no couvlcted (or life. Hy un' bj. longer said that a feeling of hatred William Henry Ilurlon, who resides tho Winchester Sun, will bo used In I will steal away from ma. exists on account of the late war, espesix miles from Columbia, Is alleged to administering the sucruinent at the 1st Down to where the fishes are: I will spit uMin my hook, cially among those who took part in It. have committed a criminal assault on Christian church, Instead of passing An' I II drop l in the brouk girl. the goblet from mouth to mouth n ha See our line of Tho Guthrie (Oklahoma) Leaderglvca Cora Hurton, a Hy an' by. u graphic account of tho brutal and The Madison county magistrates will atnavn been tho custom Tho now Ma will miss ma from the ard, dastardly act of a constable in shooting Hy no' by. meet on the S"ith to elect a successor to method was adopted by it vote of the Judge P. H. Sullivan. congregation Sunday. Sho will holler for me hard, Miss Hlla Arnold, the ball passing tho luto County Hy an' by. Hev Fred Halo telegraphed the through tho body, dragging her into There uro already six candidates. Hut thu gurgle of thu stream l.x Vice President Adlul P.. Steven-to- Hapllst convention from Owcnsboro Like enough will drown her scream, the yard und making his escape. He had gouo to the residence of Miss Arhas accepted an Invltutlon to de- thai Hev. Sid Williams raised 811,000 An' I'll tlsh nnd fish uwuy Where the xekled beauties laj, nold's sister, where the ehootlng occurliver un uddress boforo the Alumni As- In good subscriptions on building fund, Hy an by. which pays otl ull indebtedness und red, to make a levy. Ho went about it sociation of Centre College Juno HI. I ketch u likely mess If j in a boisterous and unlawful manner, Tho Montlccllo It Ilurnsldo Turnpike finishes the magnificent building, InHv un' by when the ladles Interferrcd with tho Co. advertises for bids to close Juno 10 cluding carct. pews and organ. ReMa will smile with happiness Hy an' by. udovo result, l tie constable was arfor tho building of tho entire unfleshed vival meeting continues. Seventy addiIf I have an empty creel, rested by tho sheriff and lodeed In jail, road, being about four miles or In sec- tions to date. Somehow I kin sorter feel but has been moved, as a mob was pre tions of one mile. How that upplo sprout will dance Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. paring to tako his life. The young lady Mrs. Thomas Dodson, of Wayne, be On tho seat of my oP pants, By un' by. may recover. She Is a daughter of Mr. came deranged and pouring oil on her A portion of Lawton's command capld ifl Quality considered. In Here is a mighty good thing, going I. II. Arnold, who went from this counclothes and those of her tured San Isldro, another of the numer around without an author. Print lt ty some years ago, and a niece of M chili, set them afire. Tho child Is ous Insurgent capitals. Messrs. J. M. Hlgglnbotham and W. dead and tho mother will die. Gen. Gomes bus Informed Gov. Gen. for thobenelltof the sinless youths 1:1 Stkklk Hailky. A. Arnold, of this city. Mr. HlgglnThe grand Jury at Williamsburg has Urooko that he can no longer act as the Dsher-boy- s. of Louisville tlrms representative of tho Cuban army in botham left for Guthrlo Wednesday indicted a number High Hrldgo was completed on Feb. Black--, Tan and Patent Leather. accused of entering Into a combine the distribution of the 1,000,000 for 'JO, 1377. In IS". I the construction of a night. Tho people aro Indignant hero W and justly so. whereby they would sell certain goods pav. ment of Cuban troops. 6! suspension bridge was begun, but the Tho teachers of the graded school at ono and the sumo und only one and Lt. Luclen Young, a Casey county work was abandoned for want of fuuds tho sumo price. boy, has been promoted to lieutenant after thu two towers and two sets of an- applied for reappointment. Tho board Mrs. Wright, an uged woman of commander In the navy, equal to u chorage had been constructed. C. Sha-le- r of trustees mot on Saturday and reii Washington county, hung horself with promotion ot u lieutenant to u captain aASagaAS.JaWaSl? 1 Smith was the engineer who finally elected the entire faculty, raising the salary of the principal and three lady u hank of yarn from tho rafters of tho In tho army. In tho late war Lieut. built the bridge. It Is 1,125 feet long meat house. Sho had been iies)ondent Young K)rformed several heroic and and is 20 feet above the water. Tho teachers to take effect during the next school year. A vote of thanks was ever since the death of her husband gallant deeds. erection was begun October 10, 1S70 three years ago. The adjutant general explains thut and as said above, ended Feb. 20, 1877, tendered Prof. Patterson and his able By insuring in the Old Reliable In Laurel farm lands und town lots Gen. Wheeler was not In tho parudo ut the work occupying four months und corps of teachers. Including tho princiwere each Increased I per cent. Tho Charleston because tho Negro boy four days. At no time did the stall ex- pal In tho music 'department and the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, fonnor Is valued ul Sil0U und the through inattention or stupidity failed ceed 00 men and tho average number assistant In tho kindergarten departAMZI DODD, President. latter ut l!J'J.tfc0. In Mercer tho ussess- - to tako thu horsu sent to him, but re- was about 51. The cost was very small ment, for tho able and efficient manner Surplus, $3,394,189.71. Assets, Market Value, $07,090,602.40; ti.ftVJ.SlO was mained holding thu unlmal ment of farm land at till thu considering tho dltllcultlus, tho total In which they havo discharged their $J0,000 Ordinary Life Plan, age 35, in tho Mutual Benefit, Annual Premium $200.00 duties, also to Capt. Win. Horndon and $10,000 Increased 1 per cent, and town lots, at was over. ' " " " " Mutual Life. N.Y. " $278 50 ' being $101,230. U71,175, allowed to stand. Mr. Theo. Currey for their thorough ' " " Northwestern. " " " J279.50 $10,000 ATil()U!AMT(Nlil'l fruit, mostly Hope, brother of tho Lord Francis A train road of Southern work as secretary and president of tho $lo!ooo " " " '' " " " New York Life, " " $281.10 CuulJ .. I riptiM Itie rapturs of Aunts V.. 'strawberries, was wrecked on tho C. S. Duke of Newcastle, and husband of kin board. W. I. Williams was elected iiflUA llowinl !, I'hllatlrlhtila, " "' " " " " $231.10 Enultab'e, $10000 sw for iw una tho luscious berries May Yohe, tho American actress, ap- . Ik found that lr King's curvd near Cincinnati lirr of a liadiug secretary and Mr. Currey was hikl coiui'Mily hns Cash Valuo. Loan Value. Paid Tlii Altitun1 Henefit Policy is destroyed. Tho plied to thachnncery court at London .uinplluii lor many years hai ma.ie ills a hur.isu t.iutili that president. Rules were passed de Up Insurance, nnd Kxtended Insurance that works automatically. were scattered und Dividends are e nor no AH nllisr tv mull an.l tlnluri cuuld lo;s is heavy as It wiisono of thu largest for permission to suit u family heir- hli, bill, heaaviof lhl Itiyal Curs "II soon termining what children shall bo enti payable at the beginning of the Becoml, and of each succeeding year, nnd may bo us ami tan nuw ilis itu in hit ehlpmenls over made from tho South. loom, u blue diamond weighing Hi itiuudly, Nmietlitui I ih?t scarr rtuiemlfr .leri) tled to free tuition, A child must bo ed to reduce premiums or increase tho Insurance d.iing tan member of the Mutual Benefit is sure of fair, liberal treatment under carats und estimated to be worth from Kforv lite sounllu Hi I'ralsrs lurougliou l of legal ugo und resldo with 'ills parent, Chief of Police J. I). IVeney.of Mut I mreiM. ' clrcumntniices, and no matter what happens ho will got his money's worth in insurj will rvervoue vrhu trie lr 17,001) to Xii.OUO, but wiia refused. was shot In tho leg by A. S for uny trouMs of the or parents, or guardian, within thu ance, for it is all put down in Black and While "IS Til B POLICY " For informa. In k Nw au.l or l.urn;. Harris, whom ho hud arrested for as- Counsel for Lord Hope urged thut the liMllleal fio at IViiuy'a Prurf Storv SI ii Trlalu district. This rule will prevent much tion or ratei apply to K W Sm'tli . 4 Co., State Agents, 512 W. Main St., Louisville, em) lutll Thu gem was useless for ornament, und thut uaraiiLv.! I Ky. saulting a Jewish merchant. R. B. MAHONY, contention us to tho rights of certuln Ky or dangeiou.ly hurt. Harris It would bo wiser to soil It for the ben-elmalice parents or children. Noiit.K Si:.NTi.MhNTh. "With of Iord Hope's Income than to alIs In Jail. Founoy Is u brother-in-laThe banquet in tho old circuit court low it to Ho in A hank safe for the next toward none, with shurlty for all, with of Joo S. nice, of Stanford. firmness in the right us God gives us to room, to commemorate tho leave tak Tim wife of tho UoV. Kobt. Ambrose, 10) oars. Unlsh ing of thu building thut, since 1S13, bus sou tho right, let us strlvoon to pistor of tho llaptist church ut Silver Tho United Suites tupretnu cour the work wo uie In, to bind up tho nau served Covington us Its Temple of Ju uo uuu William Shelton, President, Crock, died suddenly. rendered u decision holding tho Moiioii tion's wounds, to caru forhlmvvhoshull Mrs. NannieS itautley. Lady Principal; buv ull duv about her household du Railroad Company responsible for Its huvo borne the battle und for his wid- lieu was, without un exception, the Mbs Malllo Pnxtoii, Mathematics and Physical .Vlenc-- ; ties. In tho evening sho remarked to Indorsement of JiHJO.OOU of bonds Issued ow and his orphan, to do ull which muy most notable event the second city of Mil Ludora Axlell, Primary Department; thu Commonwealth has ever known, i.., ...IB......... "I fci-- so nueer." I'lvo .i Ml.--s Llleu llalluu. Music Department; UVI by the 11. N. I. A. H. railroad. Tho uud chorlsh u just and u lasting and by common consent will go down achieve MibS.M.iry Hubbard, Art Department; minutes Inter sho vvasdeud. vv lieu perfectly solvent, Indorsed peace among ourselves und with ull Into history as such. Covington ComMiss Flora Ba lou, Klucution and Physical Culture; During tho meeting of thu Mrs MAKsie J. Martin, BoardluK Department lust week, tho bonds used for the extension of thut nations."- - Abuilium Lincoln in thu monwealth. road. Later It repudiated this Indorse- Inuugural speech of his second term, Poyntz, oldest daughter Miss Kuthlcon Spec'ul rates to Wellington, D. C, New Book ment, mid mulnly to avoid the payment 4, i.MlrU'.Gun. J. M. Poyntz, of illoh of thu bonds Issued, went Into tho bands Mar Thu Chesapeake & Ohio will sell round ludles of moiid, fell through tho Uatchwuy of tho of u receiver for reorganization. Says thu Paris News: The trip tickets to Washington, I). C, and REPUBLIC or EMPIRE? V. S. S. Kulolgh, which was anciiureu Bourbon uro warned ugulnit u swindler return on May 22d und 2:id at ono faro THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION In tho harbor, breaking her arm. 07 Independent distillers who promises to teach thorn, for $2.50, for tho round trip; tickets good 10 days There uro Mut Cohen, of Hlchmond, who won In Kentucky, which huvu u capacity of how to earn severul dollars per week from dato of sule, on account of the ET 1S05 tho prUo ut tho St. Louis Fair In over 100 bushels'. With those of less by making urllllclal (lowers aud dress Peuco Jubilee. Two limited vcstlbulcd II0V.W ILIUM J. DUVAN messugo for tho best rider, received u tiattcrns. He collects n dollar In ad trains from Lexington and Central thun 100 bushols there uro over 100 With 8uii4i!)ntuy from Col. J. A. Maxwell, of St. Louis, Ctaivr. Irvut plants, outnumbering tho vance und nuver comes buck. Kentucky dally. George W. Harney, Now Orleans to trusts, Tho combined output lloa. Andrew Canity.!, hanatur. nsklug him to como to of thu InUllr, Ucr lloar, vr.1, Allan, To each pall dlv. pass, agent, mn, llocun, Ma.ou. Ilanl.l, rldo In tho 1,000 ring NuKlcon, tho dependent distilleries will amount to TO Puksi:iivk I'uas. i LMIlan. llulUr, McUurln. till A niKliriTl'I.llUMiKK for which John T. about 13,2."i0,OO0 gallons pur year. Of fill of water add two pints of fresh W J Ubtan. 1!im. Asantw CioiQiv. Hon. greut suddlor, b.D. Muu.t. lurn.r Iwll.r. Wilt horrible Hum, Said, Oar. Iluu t or EJmunda,rlariIao II Hughes received $1,750 last your, but ficers In tho trust say thut in their slacked I lino aud one pint of common llrulw. often causa a Arnica baWe, the beat Out the 11.1a, lUr. lr. la Otka, IT JohiiMn. I'rancl. haa A loarna. lluu AJIal K. BUtaBMin, Haarai, llan. AJama, I'n.I p,U thut Jordao, O.al Iluiklen'a in lloa Chaa. salt: mix well. Fill your barrol half world, will kill Hi pain and promptly heal It. Carl Bcbura, rlam'l Uoiuixn, 1'na, Am oi Lir. aoa omara. ho declined. Holllngs plants they can make 10,000,000 gallons full with this lluld, put your eggs down Cure Old hurra. ever bores, I'lc era, I Mia, t rlona. tuusesaiion .; M W. Pcnu, ostmatcr at Corns aud all Kklu Kruptlous Ileal plls cure on c.Tl.Kli IMPERIALISM AND ABSOLUTISM DENOUNCED. per ycur. of W. W. Penn, marshal In It uny time ufter Juno, uud they will railh. OulyHVIa a hoi. luru guaranteed. Sold mm Tarrilorlal Kipan.lau danaulnalaj. "TUB 1OK U t.VS L UK" an.) ono.J la lli.CV)n.Uiutljr und u brother ky lBuy the lrugglt. daclrlua v( cur ot Ilia llnlud MalM. Oia HwUratloii o luc.uJus anil all Un uitiH undserlouily koop two years If desired. HUK EYES AUK MADE STIIOSU, Utpubllo aa Iiaaila4 dawn la u. bf oar t atb.ra. of Junction City, was shot m seems I',iu vlalou miule clear, slji-- removed and Tho Samjonos uro very much to tho wounded by Logan Whltlock. It THE COSPZL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AND BROADER LIBERTY. itonm:i nii:tiiivi: giunululud Mils or sore ejus of any kind IIIKOSLV HOOK OVllli:sl 1IJLLI. that Ponn uud bis wlfo had iarted und H.udlly und effectually cured by tho uu of A ilrlU"i lniMrnl.o! wblili Mr.la John Oilier, front theso duys. With two Sam P. narrated AGENTS WANTED. Whltlock had been g&lng with her undy Butliirluml's Kugle I')o ubuhe. It's put up of rhllaJ.li'liU, "I u Ilia nil.Jwl, dreadful by Joucs prominent in Louisville uud one was In luot guuruutee, I'ur liuu aalollosatlu wu almoala ttllov. eyes auukeu, in Toledo, tho country may begin In tubes, aud sold ou Ill.KrofuMll Illu.lrat.J. KliUa'lMulllulbalMaiuailralu at Mr llrjaa an4 Ida xh.r My to trtbutuni Im a,ua u( lliuilluar lnlar.t, ahowlour lu aiail eoiwllioua aaJ ouatoua lo coo. trying In ovory way to bring on u Ibo sal ut I'einiy s Drug Btort tou-pain ruulliiually lu baik aud allies, rualtd, Nothlnivllk. It tiafara nll.uMaJ la Uiull iNibll.UlUil A vary tMiuanaa fnr airaula. with Ponn. iiuspiwllte sraduauy ifeiuu wcaaer uay uy uay, wonder ufter awhile If the Sam Jones fblllrplaaa. babouiiklal 11 cannot lliauuul bo Iiirui.ba4 bj aa otbar bouwk tw aro ilo aoio I oituualtly, of tho had ilru u U Raymond Jones, of Philadelphia, it 'Innv l.hv.lium (Jfflclal I'ubiunara. Isn't being rather overdone. In ulllrmlng tho Judgment s friend ajlie. Irylui 'hUlllc Hitlers,' aud lu business Ilia 61.1 KJitiou, 100.000 coi'iaa. A larvo eclavo Ikjub, tautlfal na Irr. my iirratjoy su4urri. Hie tlral bottle mads a Loulsvlllo Post. Luurol circuit court lining Henry 112 yours old und bus never been sick ilHldeil WI! I'AV aVUKIlallT oa tacb oiJ.r amouoilDg to 60 boola at ooa llraa, L.n ra.U uw for tkelr liupruteiueul. accouianlaa ordar. London, for violation of but once during his long life. Strange thru vevia, aud am nowI raulluued mall. I know Mitchell, of a will A Ilttlo Chicago girl prayed as folMo mko for ttio alaianl. IUTK1T IM of ap- to say, ha has been u drinker und to- they sated uiv life, aud robbsd Iks ras of anothTHli blanka, oto but aaoaih Outlll ruvia u.no charm uooay, la onlar romtiloto i'roir"Ktua w r.4tct uurwi.ro a M of tho local option luw, tho court er tlcllui," Ku uus aliould fall lo try them. Only lows: "And please, O Lord, tako good OutSt, with atfaln.1 luauf wbo ouU Ibilmmo upou ua b aoiUlntf for OutSt with ao l luuntlou of woikluaT. but at IVuuy'a lrug Slors. hold that tho caption Is, strictly bacco cbowcr since he was 18. WlU.,auraulw.i, na peals lalth on bla of cure of yourself, too. Ifuuythlngshould ujarolr out S&o liUocoriQaltr worouiratho apllrant.ntuoonlatHarnnuo aooJ to a;ot upon pan. our to fc.0 r.luiidl lo roiar poatatfo au4 wrapplotf, Ikla b aoad ua epcuklng, no part of tholndlctmont.and Miss Sadlo Williams, of Columbns, happen to you, wo couldn't havo any rt.clrl of Sr.l order r.r ID booka. The total Increase mudo in tho valuaIt 01.311 In courts of superior Jurisdiction Cloth Ilindioa ,. that it.'J.I tion of property by tho Stato board of O,, ate rough on rats when sho beard one but MoKInley to dccnd on, und ho , llat Half Kuaala IUullnii,wllliiuiirbltlMstM lloat U.OU Is not essential for tho Jurisdictional equalisation Is estimated ut $29,000,000. lloat full Uuaala llluillos, wuu Koiu uea Isn't doing as well as pa expected." her beuu bud eloped with another. cuptlon. Adilnaa T.raaa to Af tola. Mrllalarour facts to appear In tho woman litis u hen II BE PATRIOTIC! l)nator CLOTHING. 10.-.1- Till-mag- iW-i- Buy Admiral Dewey a Nice Home. Shirts. HI-l- THE GLOBE, .., J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. l,YAN'lf LADIES I Tey Are Beautiful, They Are Good, n, I SLIPPERS. They Are Cheap, i four-jcar-o- II Southern Ties, Oxfords and Button. 9 H. J. M'ROBERTS. yZKZlXlSJ??. S?lfiXiS,VM l m m SAVE YOUR MONEY pa-ra- I', 1 Klch-moii- 1 fl lery .u. l'rti-e.- Agent, Stanford, lt w Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. O W i,.,-i.- Mo-no- M Bryan's . W2na2al '"wr - n m .aa s dim-cult- THE INDEPENDKNCE COMPANY, Publishers, XICACO. FRANKLIN Oy'MIlP Wk hnvo been about a llttlo in our country from and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tlmolakes seen this great from one ocean to tho gulf and tho far toward tho othor, but wo havo nov Stanford. Ky., May 19. 1899 er beheld a mora beautiful portion of God's footstool than a "rty"ovor Boylo, - m At Mrs. W. J, Carson's salo In tbo es at this tlmo of tho year. Tha rich West End corn sold at $1.50 and wheat foliage of tho trees on a carpet of eter OOo. nal green, tho waving wheat, tho corn HON. John S. Kiika mado his prom-lsc- d fields springing Into vigorous life, with A salo of 100 lamb nt file to go July 1 Is reported tn the Winchester Demospeech at Owcnsboro Monday in handsome houses dotting tho landscape answer to Hardin' speech at tho crat, of bill and dale decked with fat cattle ho charged that and horses, go to form a kallcdoscopo in which Two fine Aberdeen Angus yearling tho financial plank In tho 1S95 platform of changing beauty that makes tho tho solution. mills for sale. John S. Owsley, Sr., Ourollcrings till weok will sirpais all previous effort In Valuo (Ilrliif. This was written by Hhoa and revised by heart swell with wonder and praise Tho clash between tho Federal and Stanford. Mr. J. U. Thompson, or written by. With every prospect pleasing, with Stato courts at Nowport has been set Foil SAl.K.-lt- cd thoroughbred Poll store Is always henilquartirs for Exceptional Value. Thompson and revised by Ilhea. Har- women beautiful of face and ravishing tled bv tho dismissal of Attorney Tlmo. ed Durham bull, two jears old. J. II. din denied In nn Interview that ho had of figure to woo and win for sweet and dore Hallam and his client, Mrs. Hous- Swope, DanvlIIu. mado tho charge, but Hhca upon Inves- loving wives, thu man that could be vllo ton, by Judge Evans. F. P. sold to Evan Lyoni a tigation found from tho stenographer's In such a country, under such circumSenator Boverldgo cables from Hong milk cow for :i5 and ono to W. K. report and tho testimony of reputable stances and In such a lap of luxury, Kong that Admiral Dewoy has accepted Shugnrs for $27.50. gentlemen that ho did mabo tho stato-me- deserves to bo banished to tho Dry s, It Is estimated that trotting meetings an invitation to be present at tho layPnbleached Sheeting, lie. beyond doubt. Mr. Rhea stated or some other placo equally as ing of tho corner stone of lho now Chi- will be held this year on 1,100 track, 10-Unblcnrhed Mirctlng, 12Jc that ho was satisfied that Hardin had bad sounding of ramc, thcro to feol cago nnd that $.1,050,000 will bo given in Oct. 0. Yurd Wide Heavy Itrown Cotton, le been correctly reported, although ho forever the tortures of that crown of Tho commissioners report that on In stake and purse. had seen Hardin the day before In Lou sorrows, the remembering of better spection of tho Eastern Kentucky lunaJ. A. Mlddlctou & Son. of Shelby Yard Wide Jllcaehcd Cotton, IJc. Ynrd Wide t'nhlrnclieil Cotton, 3jc. Isvlllo and traveled on tho same train things. tic asylum, they found It in excellent county, have bought tho famous trotYard Wide Ten ale, 5c. with him, and Hardin had had other condition. Of 009 patients, onlv six ting t.ullon Electric, who will be placopportunities to correct or explain, but Tub fellow who wont into tho oftlcc wero found In tho hospital. ed In the M.iplo Grovo Stock Farm had nover dono so. He then went on of Editor Mott Ayres, of tho Daily l-2Arthur S. Colyar, Jr., son of tho stud. c. to show how timorous Hardin wasabout Leader, at Fulton, and demanded a re- Nashville editor, pleaded guilty at Now J. H. IUughman it Co. bought of W. traction of a certain article, was pollto-l- York to attempting to kidnap a witness S. Ferguson, of Gnrrard, n car load a radical free silver plank In tho Everylmdy knows what Hope Cotton This week only Se, told that his request would bo grant In tho Mollneux case, and was sentenc of wheat nt 07c thcro. Ho also bought railroad commissioner convenI.nnlalc Green Ticket and Fruit of tho Loom Cotton, flc. tion, saying it would hurt his canvass ed If he would produco proof that It was ed to 60 days' Imprisonment. of other parlies another car at the samo White licit Spread., 4c forgovcrnor, butheand Blackburn said untrue. Instead of producing It, If ho Tho Adams Exprest Company has price. I. idles' (Innzu Vcl. 3 for 10c. to him, "You shall flghtoriun." At had any, the man jumped on tho editor, o lie red a reward of $100 for tho arrest J C. Browning sold to Smith .V HunUdiiV HUck Hoe,5c. thl9 convention after Blackburn had but was soon glad to juaip otT. In fact and conviction of tho parlies that blew ter 15 calve at $21 and a bunch of Summer Corset, 21c. mado a free silver speech, calls were ho was so severely handled that ho beg- open their safe at Grecnsburg Saturday heifers at $15. II. B. Garnctt raised Short V!m blue and pink Cornel, only 0c. mado for Hardin, but be bowed and ged for mercy and when it wa granted, night, und secured $1,000 In silver. 1,052 pounds ol tobacco on 1 ncres and said, "I'll seo you later." Afterward took a beo lino to the strcot, forget cyclone swept tho northern sold It to II. T. Fulks for $07.00. Adair A severe at Frankfort when Hardin wa9 asked ting all about tha retraction that ho part of Ohio and 12 persons lost their New. went to demand. The public ought to lives. A schoolhouso was blown down would do 11 too btate convenwhat ho Fifty walnut trees In Cns county, Ladies' Dress Skirt, 113c to$d. tion adopted a gold platform, ho re. know by this time that wo editors are In Williams county nnd only three es- Mich , wero recently sold for $10,000, Ladle' I'ntenlTipMioe, llnlton or Luce, 75c. plied: "I am glad to have an opportu- bad medlcino and not attempt to carry caped, of tho 25. A teacher wa fatally and will be shipped to Eni'llsh buyers. tallies' Patent Tip Oxford, only 50c. No man is greater than a point by force. It can't bo did. nity to speak. Tho largest tree Is seven feet In diamehurt. Men's Buckle 1'Iow fclioes, only 75c. his party, and I will accept tho nominaunearth- ter ut tho base, and will yield lumber Gov. Wokthi.N'GTON' continues to The pension department has tion on any platform." At tho Louis-vlll- o ed a scheme by which thousands of col- worth from $700 to $1,000. convention the free silver leaders work tho pardon machino vigorously ored people are being defrauded, tho Hon. J. Campbell Cantrill has S5 for 24 hours besieged Hardin for tils ann thereby making mob law a neces- promoter claiming to bo able to secure acres In otatocs on his farm In Fuyetto sary enactment lor tha punishment of Men' good Cotton Pant, tec. views as to organization of convention, county. They were planted by maa Federal pension for bona tide Men's Unuie hlrt, 15c. but his answer always was "wait for crime. How long, oh Lord, will the chine. Only 50 cattle were on Monday's Men's good Unbleached Drill Drawer, 15c. Norman.' Joe Blackburn and oth- people permit such a flagrant disregard constable, shot and market. Steers sold at 41 to 5c and Ihmry Prudens, n Mens CVsxh Pals, 25c. Men's Crah Oa s, 2Jc. ers protested against Beekner, a gold of their rights? Iduneerouslv wounded Miss Klla Arnold heifers at 4 to4c Georgetown Times. Men's Ncgllgoo Shirts, detachable collar anl cutl, only 25c. 50c piahty. standard man for chairman, being is a pity that Editors Babbage at Guthrie, whllo he was attempting to Joeph Kenney. ngeii 40, a trotting named for the place, but finally agreed spoil the looks of e horse trainer, nnd brother of Bon II. their beautifully servo a summons on her to It on the assurance that sliver men printed Breckinridge News by setting barred the door when ho attempt- Kenney, the trainer for would bo appointed on tho committee m.irth nt It .InnHln nntumn. Tho I'nllnw? ed to enter. Marcu Daly, committed suicide ut M.MW4. V. ,. , ., uvuv.u WV. ........ g . ?.- -. un rcuiimuus .rum mo Tho United Statos circuit court at Maxweiton j0urnal9 8tartea the InCOVatlon which Stnotoriura, Lexington, The appointment of Senator Lindsay fj both uni, hl,y an(1 hard on lho 8,BDt. Baltimore has authorized lho B. & O. where ho was under treatment for In Both Straw and Good Don't fall to look tlironch our line of Oatwi. Xf.niBi-- . I was therefore in bad faith, and thu 0 to Issue $175,000,000 of bonds and and tace Curtains. melancholia. speaker said he could prove that Harprohibitionists of Indiana havo Tub of stock to cover the Indebtedness R. B. Hutchcruft tells tha Bourbon for tho directed attention to themselves by of tho bankrupt roads known as the B. News din asked members to vote that he has bought 40,000 pounds Lindsay resolution. Mercer county giving a SO cent banquet at Indianapo- & O. and B. & O. S. W. of wool 10 far. Tho largest clli were voted for the resolutions and Fthea lis. That sum will hardly buy a square Prof. William Halo McEnroe, of 2,400 floeces from Junius Clay at 20c voted bis county against them and meal, much less provide a feast worthy New York, tho eminent authority on and 1,000 fleeces from C. Alexander, ' against Hardin. Rhea said that Edward tho name of banquet. Tho Cheapest Home In Town therapeutics, was offered a $10,000 pro- price not stated. The present price of Drake told him that Hardin had tried fessorship in Cornell University, und wool is 21c. T.D. lUNEY, Manager. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. to gel Drake to vote against Rhea for a Only about 400 cattle on tho market tho shock caused his death. He had place on the committee on resolutions. Cotton mills to cost $1,500,000 are to possibly never heard of such a salury. Monday, 200 sheep and about 100 hogs. ' Ilranch stores at Ellialethtown. Klkton, 0en.tMro, She'liyvllle, Versailles Hards-towAt the Chicago convention, Rhea said bo The supreme court holds that tho Best steers, 5 to 5c: yearbuilt at Columbia, S. C. . HopklnsTllle, Madisonvllle, MorKanfield, Georgetown Ky , ( IjiWtIIV. Tenn. . Hardin was lobbying In Grover Cleve-- . , , , , receivers of a National bank can cot lings, 5 to Gc; heifers, 3 to 4c; cows. ;i ,. M uni i; uc.iujcu ,lnn,.ni.ln varv KUltums, capi- to 4c; bulls, : to .lie. Sheep, wethers recover a dividend paid out of tho ,w, him. ThU by a cyclone which killed three people. tal, and not out of tho profits, wbero and bucks, .'He; hogs, 3 H5. A banana trust, which will put the looks like he was blazing tho way to price up 25 per cent., has been organ- the stockholders acted in good faith Trade was a llttlo slow, owing to high the Chicago platform and to Bryan, the and when tho bank at lho tlmo was not prices. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. ized. speaker sarcastically continued. The. A local bootblack Is said to have run Tho failure of tho peppermint crop Insolvent. whole speech was a deadener for Har-- 1 Whllo arguing a motion in tho Cic- 50 cents up to $2,000 on tho first day of A large assortment of good Wall Paper In Northern Indiana will entail a loss nt 4c, 5c, 0c, 7c am! Hi ht roll to felect flln u?liwn (van olllni ranintl urnnf linnp ero King murder trial at Hartford, tbo Loulsvlllo spring meeting IIu from at the store of the test, notwithstanding ho egotistic- Fire destroyed property worth nearly Capt. W. T. Ellis becamo enraged at walked out to the track with his half ally speaks of the cause of silver as dollars in the Chicago sorao remarks of Commonwealth's At- dollar, entered a crap game on thu out"My Cause," and says his defeat would 'a half million torney J. E. Rowe, and struck Rowe In side und ran It up to $ I. With this he be heralded as a defeat of that cause. I lumber district. was also paid admission und placed $1 on Afum- Miss Georgia Braobam is the eighth the face with his list. Rowo roll bv the mo.t compelent men and enrrv cr Instead of having convictions that be ad a at .'10 to 1. Ho won $!.1, whicn he We alfOlinni; Wall Taper nt person to die of spinal meningitis in lined by tho court. erythlngln the would not yield for a crown, as be draMason & Hoge, of Frankfort, havo proceeded to Invest, and finally quit matically said In the campaign of lS'.O, Clinton county. signed a contract with tho receivers of $2,000 winner suiMrs. it appears that Hardin had no fixed cide In Belle Coleman commttted by the B. A; O. S. W. to do about J2MJ.OO0 the Hopktnsville Asylum principles and was so anxious for tho notico in ive ii. ,i call nml seo worth of work on that road In Martin u is,?aio: that Lien, ntzhugli Lee has Pictures Framed to order on short you can latent style' how safe luonei. nomination that he would accept It on Bcaldlng herself with water. John Golden and James Bass, aged county, Ind. Tho principal work to be nn unfailing plan to dlatrnct the attenTelephone No. 121. any sort of an old platform. The truth V. 3o, jan iSt Damlllr.Ky. ,,.,, ,1' six years, wero drowned... ... tho catch dono bv this firm is tho building of a tion of his Cuban friends when they Inin is, Mr. Hardin UUi...cicu , , ... BUITIT .IU L.UUIBVI1IU. come too pressing In their Inquiries tunnel near Shoals. the party In 1805 and democrats ought U4S1II VI a An Atlanta Negress came near being about the Intention, of the United John Wise, a Now Albany, Ind. to see that the chronic office seeker is lynched by a number of her ruco for States. He asks them v,lmt they think given no further chance to do so Per- gro, ato 21 boxes of sardines and wrapping her children In paper satu- of Cen. Julio Knngully. Half Cuba Exhilarating, I tof resiling comes from pounds of crackers in 40 minutes. fib I iu T 'IV sonally we havo tho kindest feelings for our A Russian woman of nobfc birth was rated with coal oil and setting lire to thinks him a traitor and the other half Mr. Hardin, and havo shown it by suptbem. Nona was killed, but each was the greatest of patriots, nnd thedlcut-sto- n porting him many times In the last found guilty of murder, kidnaping and horribly burned. Her husband, who which ensues ulnars shuts out all forgery and sentenced to Siberia. score of years, but wo protest against other topics. Miko I'rltchard. a soldier of the helped her, escaped. doing so any longer and hope tho party H. C. Trigg, W: B. Smith and W. L. Tho funny genius of the Albany (N. will give us a new and more deserving mustered out 3rd, Irom Madlsonville, Porter, representing a local syndicate, On every turn of the valve fell from tho train and was killed. V.) Argus after rending Itudjnrd Kipman. You will boon learn how delicloui cich Bath county grand jury returned have mado an oiler of $il0,000 for tho ling's latest mafcterly elTort In rhyme The propoSknatoii Gokhki. proved bv the re- - If Indictments against tho StanJurd Glasgow brancn railroad.to Tho people entitled, "The White .Mini's Burden," of the many drinks we prepare is. tho oiled up the machinery In his think loft cord that Mr. Hardin's charge that he Oil Co., for peddling without license, sition will bo submitted And you will soon learn that our todn at tho November election. A bitter and ground out this pretty pat little in UN pure anil wholesome an perfect By tho supremu court decision Louis-Truhad voted against tho McCuIn Antl- and great tare can muku it. dab of delicious doggerel: "Cold Is tlic bill In lbSO, was untrue, and said vlllo will collect $.100,000 back taxes light Is looked for. Commander Todd, with tho gunboat night 'tis S a. in. when baby screams was a plain unmitigated falsehood a'neo lfc'Jl from six of Its State banks, it bus uscended the Amazon and cries; take up the und characterized it as tho desperato uhlte man's bur James A. Clemmcr, who murdered u Wilmington, In Peru 2,100 miles den, then, nnd walk foreerclse." elTort of u dying opponent. In plainer! woman to secure Insurance on her life, river to a point only 400 from tho English, this means that tho charge Is was hanged at NorrUtown, I'a., yes from its source and Athens, Co., has a domino game In Pacific ocean. This Is 1,000 miles be a lie and that the author Is a liar. Mr. terday. yond tho point horetoforo noted us tho progress that probably has no equal Hardin will have to cut and come Strikers uttacked Negro coal navigation on tho in the world. A gentleman ami Ids ugain. ners near Huntington, Ark. men head of thu steam two tons started thla gumo icvcrul Amazon. were killed and a third seriously The Mt. Sterling Gazette layout wounded. Tho Travelers' Protective Associa years since and It Is not finished yet. The painting season is here. We wi.h to call your attention to the fa seems to want to hog all the persimtion of America, tho International Kirtt one ami then the otlier has been keep the llent Heady Mixed aluts, Oils, Varnishes, llriishcs, Ac., in the i(I that wo There are Irregularities In tho market. in the lead, until now the score one mons. Editor John C. Wood has been at Bowling Green und Postmas- Journeymen Horsesbocrs of America of the sona lb 133,043, the score of the of Canada, the Stato Medical Society, ! renominated for railroad commissioner ter Fordyco has been recommended for and and Associate Editor'!'. J. Young has removal. tho Grand Commundory of the Knights other sou 133,025 ami the father brings Ourllnoof Toilet Articles, such as Tooth IlruOiis. Hair Urush? up the rear with 148,010. announced for secretary of Stato on tho Lo"",s' f",i'. Ralph Jones, of Steubenvlllo, O., Templar, tho Underwriters' Associaand of the very best quality. Ac, is complete, Diocesan conr, republican ticket. Tho latter, drank embalming fluid by mistake for tion and lho Episcopal Whenetcr an old girl marries, says will cuteh at tho shadow. Wood whisky and died in great agony a few vention wore all In session this week the AtchUon (llobe, some one start may again enjoy tho substance. In Louisville. hours later. the story that the man has been in "Oakwood," tho grounds and mansion Ioe with her for years and years. & Howard Fultz, a Chicago butcher, Tim republican candidates for govof Henry Probasco, In Clifton, Cincinaro wiser In their day and gen- cut his son's throat when he caught nati, has boon sold at assignee's sale for Then why didn't he get her before? ernor (lirls are not surrounded by barb wire eration than those of tho democracy, him taking money from his cash draw$07,000 It consisted of 20 acres of fences. If a cuch Is admired on a und will conduct u still hunt campaign, er. PulU has skipped. O The Hullo of Nelson distillery, near superb landscape und a stono mansion tree why wait till it U withered before J making no speeches prior to tho conwholo property gathering o Now Haven, has been purchased by tho that cost $250,000. Thu it? vention. . Hy that means thuy hope to Thirty ycurs ago Mr. $500,000. cost o avoid iiersonttltles uud nut make thu Kentucky Distilleries and Wurohousu Piobasco retired, worth u million. Ho A Howling Circin (Ky.) man who o Company for $.12,000. brcuch uny wider than It Is. o of which wasn't used to tho telephone atked cenPrank Cumpoell, u Dayton, O., brute guve away $700,000 of this, o over $200,000 went for tho celebrated tral to glie him his wife, and got mad IT Is suld thut Gov. Bradley will be killed his wife and blster-ln-la- w while o when central askcd-hl"What numfountain, absent from thu State two weeks more. drunk. Ho tried to end his own life, Cincinnati o ber?" Uut he cooled down In a mino By that tlmo Worthlnglon will have but unfortunately lulled. Kcady Mixed Paints for all PurK)ss ute and admitted that she was his LAND AND STOCK. o Tho National Ice & Cold Storage Co., jurdoned all tho couvlots and there third. o will bo no need for u governor, accord- with u capital or $10,000, bus been In J. W. Crutchlloid bus In our acres Chicago o woiniu hae been agitating ing to tho Cieeuup man's Idea of what eorporated at Louisville. It will have of watermelons. o sgalnit the ute of pictures of women Is chosen for. a capuclty of 10 tons a duy. a governor Sold for the LOWEST CASH Prices. J. 11. Crecr bought of J. T. Terry a o as aditrtUements, and it is reported The now bicycle trust, organized milk cow for $25. o Tin: Whitley Republican is dead, at Chicago, will huvo a capacity of l'owell & Harper bought in thu West that the Indies In the motement have o provided the newspapers with their has for somo lime been thought to J turning out a completed wheel every End, u, lot of hogs at Ulc. o wormy. five seconds, 10 hours perdlom. o Robert Hughe sold to J. C. John- OO W. P. WALTON. same-placo- . Mercer, Jessamine and Fayetto disclos- Tho Czar's peace conference is In session at Holland. Mrs. William Masslc, of Clark county, was fatally burned by tho firo that followed tho explosion of a lamp her Infant son pulled from n tabic Abo Majors, convicted of killing Captain of Police Brown, of Ogdon, Utah, was olected to bo shot, and tho sentenco will bo carried out July 7. Mrs. Ella Collins, of Boono's Gap, who was deserted by her husband and lost her child, cnt'ed her troubles by soaking matches In wator and drinking ston, of Boyle, h bunch of fat hogs at soma heifers at 4c. u. 11. Uronnugu's Juanctta won a good raco nt Nowport Wednesday. Tho McKlnnoy Milling Co. has pur chased several crops of wheat lately ul lie and THE 70c. ItouisVille Store i Prices at Half and Under. Ill-h- Here are a Few Specimens of this Week's Offerings. 0-- 4 4 Tor-tuga- post-offic- e, 2,000 Yds. Calico, 3 l. ro y LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, 48c. men's suits From 52.08 to $25.00. It brother-in-law-Sh- well-kno- oaar,;,. 1 ...;.. Full Line of Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's Hats. - $M-00- ' The Louisville Store. J e00-wu- nd l.nJt.o.ln.ic ..JL ;,.!.. wn, I nd Just Think 0cjr Of It. A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Hoiiactliliic Sptirkllujr ,,,. ,,,. ucuc..jr I I Soda Fountain st Penny's Drug Store. mi-T- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes &c. TOILET ARTICLES post-oill- how-ove- CRAIG HOCKER. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo TTT1 wnne Leaa, T Linseed Oil, Wall Paper and Alabastine W. B. McROBBRTS. OOOO OO OOOOOOO OOCOO OOOO OOOOOOOO 0 000 rrx THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KV., I F. N. Paiimiih has been appointed A Uuckkyk Mower post matter nt Snulley. Warren fc Shnnk'. VixiKT.MiMW at a bargain at POLITICIANS AND PQLTICS. of nil kinds end fish Scitr.KN door, poultry netting and vlllo primary. IQ, i8qq Saturday at (icorgo H. such nt Warren fc Shank. Gen. P. Wat Hnrdln l maklngn half j r 'dozen or more speeches In Barren coun- , IP you havo hud trouble (fottlop your rcecivuu u iicuuviim lino ui .. E. C. Walton, Huhinkms Manaokii. watch repaired satisfactorily try Dal- - oox pnper. urnig .v uocKcr. Deboo ha asked tho postmaster gen ln. Owr.Nfliioito wagon, Dccrlng bind- eral to appoint C. C. Wallace postmas-- j Soda Watkii, Ico cold, pure and Hoor. If your hoc nro not healthy er and mower and repair at Bcazley tor at Richmond. most refreshing nt Penny' Drug Store. try soma of Craig tt Hooker' Safe Hoc U Carter'. It Is reported tbnt a reconciliation beat materials combined with Till: has been clfectcd between Col. Jack care, tklll and ncourney Insuro good Cure IN tho Climax of yesterday, Clarence Chinn ..,, cnB,nr i,rnn.,nn result. No othuc tnetnod nro ever Wantkd to trodo burble for somo E. Wood. pay. a high nnd loving trl-- l Gcn Wado Hampton ha. written a used In our prescription work. Penny' good, tiiooth plug horse. H. IC. bute to tho Into Judgo I'. II. Sullivan, Lftr,i Drug Store. llpr,nlni, fil ,hn rnlWM,i Wcnrcn Ar Son. who, from nil report, mtiet havo imnnllin v.f a Iwiti.... .lull. ttin ttnAiiln nt UW..HV.W1. iiuufv f.ntn ti ri,'iu " PERSOHAUND SOCIEWOSSIP. n man among men South Carolina. Ol'li West Knd friend hnvo begun Gkoihu: H. Wi:aui:N spent sovcrnl talking up tholr fnlr, which will likely Harrlslon has gone to Tin: Stanford nlni went to Danville day In IjuUvIIIo. lu hold the second week In August. yesterday and got licked by tho Centre Kngland n chief counsel for Venezuela . ti. II. IIKAZMIV In helping' nt Bear-leCollege second team 8 to II. It was a In tho boundary arbitration proceed livery tnhle. Cltoi'cil fc Mattrm, the photngru lino gamu and tho Stanford would have Ing. Mlt. AND Mus. II. C. FAltltH are pliers, aro at the St. Asaph, making 1H probably won had not Gcoro Florence, Music Hall, the old Lclderkran7, novelty photogruph back from Somerset. for i'c. Short its catcher, gotten qulto painfully hurt, has been selected in which to bold the Jt'iMiK It. G, Wiluams, of Mt. Ver-no- tlmo only, necessitating hi retirement from tho democratic State convention at Louiswa here yesterday. ville, tho uudltorlum being unobtainTilt: old rcsldcntcr wont know the game Our boy went down to play able owing to tho summer opera. Mish KVA I.ammkiih, of Richmond, the Hogsett, but tho Centre team was old Alcorn homo after Mr. Jou ColTcy I with Mis Sue Wllllo Hulu. Collector John w. erkes has ap get through with the Improvement run In on them, so the defeat doe not Mim. LiijkRomk, of Bavies county, pointed G. N. Jean a division deputy discourage them the lea-.- t I and alternation ho making. I He succeeds J. C. Wilson, of Harrodswith Mr. W. I. Tate. .. burg, who resigned the deputyship und MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, Squwr. John IIaii.kv I up from Till: Kentucky Maccabees ConvenWashington county for a low dnjs. will hnvo n place a store keeper gang tion elected M. F. F.lkin Stnto Chaplain John Harris, It), and MU Luis Wudc, er. J. W. IlAL'UHMAS ha bad carpenter and chose I.oulvlllu for the 11KX) meet 14, wero married la Clinton county. Old Senator PelTcr, of Kansas, has und painter Improving hi reldonco. Ing John W. Lancatcr, of Lexington, C. 11. McDowell and Miss Laura Min MllH. S.U.I.li: WllMll, of Nicholas-vllltired of editing a populist paper, and wa elected supremo representative. go, a Pulaski county couple, eloped to I hns dipped back into the republican vUltlnir Mr. M. C. Ilurnlde. and were married. MIL lHAAC Kinsh.K and wife, of LexCUT. W. J. STONi:. tho gallant Con- Jctlersouvllle party, where he say his heart has been Mis Mabel Wright, of this county, nil the lime suvo on the money quesington, are with their daughter, Mr. federate, who lost a leg in tho battle and Mr. J.J. Bond, of Hnrrodsburg, for the Lost Cause, will speak nt tho William Hamilton. tion. will bo united In marriage May .'11. If Goebel wa n "gold bug" In '9., Mihmkm Oka Williams and ANNIK court - house here, Tuesday, May .'10, nt Foley' Crossing. Ind., Robert At why I It that such silver men as Pryor, Goocil, of Wuynesburg, are with Mrt 2 I'. M. und n largo crowd will be sure Payne attempted to kill himself Brown, Kills, Rhea, James, Goodnight to heat him. Gurlnnd Singleton Ills wife called him a "miserable and every other free silver leader In Dus. J. F. I'KYTON. Hawkins Brown old liyjiocrlte." TllKllrd Kentucky ut homo again. prefer him to Hardin now? and J. L. Cook nre attending the K. M. Wo were In Lexington when tho .Ird Harry Hnrlun, a youth of HI, was the State Shelbyvllle Sentinel. A. mcellug luliulsvlllc. battalion, under Ma, James C. Iiryunt, married at Bailey, W. Va., to Mr. Mim. I). K. Faiiiiis, of Crab OrTho democrats In Maine nominated a arrived, but there was no demonstra- Ruth Buwers, u widow of P.), and tho candidate to succeed DIngley In Con chard, was tho guest of her brothers, tion, except that by mothers, fathers, mother of six children. gress and pased this resolution: "Mc W, A. and James Carson. P.rulius True und Miss Terrlo Susan KInlcyIsm, which has given tho coun daughter has arrived to sisters and other relatives. A LITTLK Clarkslon, both of the McKlnney relentless, grasptry iMilitical GOV. Tayi.ou's new lecture, "Love, further bless tho union of Mr. and Mrs, section, wero married by Rev. M. P. ing trustlsm, blatant Knganlsm, crimi W. C. White. I'arksvlllo Cor. Advo- Laughter and Song," In mid to bo even Morgan Tuesday evening. nal Algorism and rotten bccflsm In a butter than his "Fiddle and How." cate. At West Alexandria, Ohio, Frank word, unadulterated, unreasoning and L. Chow Is now mlno ho-- t of the Don't fall to hear It at Walton' Opera Campbell shot und killed his divorced Hutol at McK'nney, hav. House next Thursday evening, thu modern republicanism und wife nnd her sister, Miss Bertha Gay. detectable III! is U 2'th. Go and help tho Maccabees pay r..nt...l ll nl I Imperialism" Is heartily and then picking up another weapon good man for tho plaea condemned. for their regalia. llrcd uud shot Into his own bruin, S MIL J. P.. Hrsil hns rcuruod from Tin: Holler Mill are running night which will undoubtedly prove fa till. pro-pe, Paducnh, where ho went to v) barrel of tlour In The women had gone to hi hoti;o to ! with a view of locating, but wa. not und day, making J I hours. W. If. Wearcn toll us that get the wife' belonging. suttlclently impressed to do so yet. Invltatlou nre out to the marriago Miss Mattii: IIoitkii, who has been they wero M),(00. pound behind their of Miss Nellie Orndorll.daughterof Mr. As Executors of Mrs. Catherine J. Ilalley, thrcaicned with 11 fuvcr, i belter. She order tho llrsl of thu week and will und Mr. J. It. Orndortl, to Mr. W. M. we lll 011 ' was taken III at tho homo ol her aunt, run at night till they catch up. Haver, which will occur at their home Slay 27111, 1899, Mr. Mattlo Withers, whoro she now Is. 8l.i TO CINCINNATI AND KLTUIIN." ut Livingston, Juno It nt S V. M. Miss . sell at public outcry tlie Mkssiis. J.S. Uici:, J. F. Water The L. .V N. will roll round trip tickets Nellie Is a lovely young lady, and has On tlio premli-es- estntflnsutiurti of Manford: follonlng real and J. II. Meier attended the district to Cincinnati over First 11 acres ami S pole of tlie woodmany friend hero who unite In the tho K. C. route Sun land panluro on Wot utile of Lancaster convention of Knight of Pylhla ot day for (1 Thcro will bo no special hoHi thut her new rclutlon In life will lot of Jin. K. 1. Mr. Rleo accompanied tralu but this low rate Is given on the provo even happier than her fondest pike, adjoining Ulchmond. Miller. 11 acrv. " roo2 and 37 poles of her husband. regular pnsrcngcr, which leaves the Ideal. same adjoining lot No. I. Minn Katk Doom:, of Hustonvllle, and dcot hero ut 11:10 a. M, und return at Invitation have ben received to tho Third.lot12 acre and S. 1J. rood of same Emlirv. No. I tell u that tho Christian Kndeavor midnight. marriage of Mr Kdward W. Smith, tho Thi-M-i Carpcn-te- r three lot embrace nil tlie land on birthday party at Mr. Jennlo civil engineer, who lived Wet side of Laucuster pike. After being HILL II I'STON was tried and acquit- here for somo time and made ninny sold In lots, as above staled, the whole last night was a decided success boundarv of M acres and 5 pol-- s on Vet a good amount of money was ted In Judgo Bailey's court yesterday friend, to Ml and Paulino Hardwlcke side of plku will lie offered and the bid acraUcd. for striking Arch Allen, also colored, Kelly, of Columbia, Tenn. The cere- cented which Is for the rrcnter amount. acres, 1 rood and 13 jioles on I'ourth. Miss Null Mkiisiion ha returned with an ax. The two had been at oilts mony will bo nt tho First Methodist l.unoiter pike adjoining the to Stanford alter a pleasant visit of iwo for some year and Huston claim thai church, that city, May 31. Hon. J. X. Eailsldoof Mershon. of J. II. lot weeks in Richmond. Mis Mershon Allen tantullzcd him until patience Saunders, of Stanford, will be best I'lfth. S nrrvs. 3 rood and ?C jioles on 1" ' been engaged to teach a school ceacd to bo u virtue und he struck him man. Tho happy couple will bo at Logan Atenue adjoining the lot of I'r. J has Petton." I county, where us above. Bo'h live neurTurncrsvlllo. homo at SO Park Place, Norfolk, Va., All of this prope'tv has been rented for near White Hall, ihl n can not bo the present tear and Richmond Pun- j shu taught Ittsiyeur. after Juno 15. gheii until Janua-- v I. 1U00. NOTK tho advertisement of tho Lextagraph. b. J. F.MIIUY. .1 II. l'AXTON. Bishop Leonard, In his annual adington Herald In thl tssuo. It one 1)11. N. II. MuKlSNLY and his handExecutors of Mrs. V .1 uallev. dress before tho Ohio Kpisoopal dioce-su- n some bride, who wa Mis Margiret of thu ablest edited puer In the coun convention nt Cleveland, scathingJtankln, of Hourbon, nro visiting hi try, Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, It ly denounced tho divorce law. "Tho ! ON editor, being ns gifted with tho yn ns good people mother, Mr. Uelllo McKlnney, nnd of tho United Slate ure I I of tongne. If ou wish to siibho other relative hero and tho doctor raising a great cry against thu admisbeing congratulated on ull side for scrlbe sen4 us $d and wu will send the sion of a member of Congress who Is a one ear, polygamlst, when dully und our charming a woman for a having won practical polygamy I would like to take options 011 pood latin both for tho price of the Herald alone. is being practiced nil over wife. par tho country. SllKLTON, Jil, and wife, ItKV. Wm. WM. LANIinifAr. Thing havo come to such a pass that lurs address Krlger. Kv, :o tho Frankfort pon TilKolllclulsut of Slater, Mo., uro visiting Dr. Wm. the llltnslcgt pretext uro in ado mean tfjulton at tho college, after having tentlary having notified SherilT Owen of securing a divorce. A slight quur-ru- l scare wa over, attended thu Baptist convention. Mr. that a the small-po- x or ralserublo lust aroullko inado a Shelton Is splendid peclmun of phys- prisoner would bo received from horo. mean of this end." Ho wanted tho ical manhood, being l feet I und weigh- - Deputy C. B. Owun left SVednesduv church law made so seeru that a di OF THE,. Inir i'iO iiounds. Ho I on enthusiastic morning with John Will Welch for vorced person can not bo married at ull Knight ol Pvthlas and hold the high that iduco. Welch, who I colored, got by an Fplscopal clerygmau. ,m if oreluto in thu Statu of u jour ut tho February term for steal Society will bo interested In tho aning u pistol und razor from J. W. Missouri. nouncement of the upprouchlng man-lugBuughman. Political. of Mis Lillian Richardson and TOCAL JUPPENINGS' Not That Kind or Dootok. While Joseph l'axton Burton, of MontgomTill: only engraver In town. Dullon." Dr. Price wu busily engaged Wednes ery, which will occur eurly In June. day In repairing thu teeth of u young The wedding duy hu been set for tho u s51&& SOL'TIIKHN German millet seed. II. lady, u colored woman rushed in uud 7th. The murrlugo will be solemnized K. Wearen A: Son. The Leading Editornmnlhc cute usked him to examine her heart, a It on thut evening ut tho First Baptist rlL'hl. A tho doctor lmr,Oi In Mummimnn. ,.,,,1 .iii 1... a THY thu S.ifo Hog Cholera Cure for hum not bcutlnc AJilflEQtWSer UEEOHlUVt . I ...I.I.. uriiiiaui ..1 iH..11,kll, ...... ....... t I. A. ..... .1.1. i noiauiy I...IIII . 0110 in society, n.. is uiiij mi- in luuiiniuoui ut.,1 id iiu mere ' sulu ut Craig V Hockor'. iriT, rvnt fCA f tho girl, ho directed tho "culled pus- - win bo a larco wedding party, nnd nf- - wVJ niu t" -- nu JKWIILUY, speciucles, etc., repaired c on" to Dr. t'oytoir ouico lurttier tur tho reception ut tho bride' home, promptly und pi operly. Dulton. down tho hull. Mr. Burton to be, und her husband rT will leave for 11 Journey through tho Hntm.Alts entered W. II. Shanks' West, BUtJ Finish for killing totuto bug remaining for a while ut soma homo In tho country thu other night and curcullo of ull kinds. W. B. of thu fashtonablo summer place. Miss nnd took u general survey of thing, well known in society, HIchurdsoD but if they got anything save a cako It thl ? Tho hasn't been missed. Mrs. Shank having frequently visited her . m WHAT kind of winter Mr. und Mr. Reuben F. Kolb. ..r,.,irv siu down to f) curly this thought sho heard them but her husband Sho Is an unusually beautiful girl, and morning. wu too deep In tho arms of Morpheus Is u descendant ot Gov. Shorter. to notlco such thing. Matches woro d. Tin: llseal court l In session uguln dropped on tho parlor Hoor und sovoral Birmingham wuy toduy to try somo more ut tho best burned in It. Rntrunca was small hole Centre College und Centrul Unlver.l- to run free pike. ulTectcd by prizing open tho door to tho ty base bull tcums will play ball ut Tin: llrst exumlnullou for white dining room. Danville thl afternoon, ttuchcr I In session ut tho courtA Gallutln county furmur lust year Till: tobacco manufactory of R. S. L. house. MU Kuto Boglo und Prof. experimented with two uere of horsu -- . n)U?J '75lJ'K ut Junction City I not only Martin II. Hughe uro tho oxuinlner. sold tho crop for $10o 15 I monoy maker for It owner, but it use- radish and tho optician, is ful 0110 to thu community In giving em- the Cincinnati inurket. Dlt. GOLDsTlUN, Rev, J. IC, Klngwill not till his regsuccess thl trip, ployment 10 those who aro dopendunt mooting with greut longer. on tholr own labor for support. Somo ular uppolntment ut Walnut Flat uud will rciuuiii a fuw du Sunday. Ho Is attending i" to 110 men, women, boy and girl assembly ut Denver, Col. tho general Consult him ut tho Myer Houso. Hud employment In It uud earn good I klV-i Mr. O. V. Rlloy hu been honored by HlUiKl uuother scheme to wuto wuge. Two hogshead of tobucco a havo levied u tux mouey. Tho truslee week aro worked up Into tho numerous being selected to deliver tho uunuul . . i.j of Km) on property ut l oll to Improxo brund that Mr. Murtln inuke, ull of uddrcss to tho ulumnl of tho Stuto I good tho school building, which which urd popular, with tho Brodhead College ut Lexington on Muy .'list. enough uuw for ull prucllcul purH)se. Twlt especially so. Mr. Martin Is a Pluuvlllo Courier. Whllo many of thfc grupo vines hero veteran, uud ulthough TlIK court of uppeui decide In tho Confederato resulting were killed by thu frost down to thu cul handicapped by lameness Hojlo cusoof Dunvllio v. llio wound, ha fought tho buttles of roots, it does not seem to havo been court that town must keep up tho fromsuccessfully, when pension drawer tho case In Fayette. Tho vine uro full within thulr Urn Hfo part of couuty road huvolnld 011 tholr oar and lot of bloom and promise to yield CftMMilOKYi Its thut had beou purchased by tho would tho goveromout do tho work, lUcal court und made free. couuty There are 120 entries In tho Louls- - - , MAV BEJTTJEB YOU'LL 'mi Every body was In ytderday but you. Iro'i uero when you cnl . I'OEEY. Don't 1 ldme us If your alio ' If you let another week pim without coming in and selecting one of our Cut Price Suit We havo a few huilncM nulls loft that wo have old at 110 and $S. now 17 ftO Somothim; in finer quality, worth $18 and i'iO, now flfj nud 118. Heed our warning and Come at Once or you may have cause to regret your delay. BE LEFT! ft ,.. C3Cloll,!n, Shoci, ROWLAND 1.1,, Ac, No. SOD CO., KV. Wet Main SI., DANVH.l.i:, y' n, ' - Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, And nil kinds of FAKMING IMPLEMENTS. e. W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. GREAT CUT-FRIGE be-ca- m SALE. 1 On all our Spring and Summer Goods. Our customers know that our stock consists of the Cream of the Market; a 1 Fresh and We'l Selected. We do not oiler you tho accum'fttion of years from an o'd stock of gojds, but choice styles from the best ol mills, and all bought thl season. n, LOOK AT THIS L'oc Fine Imported Zephyr Cloths for only 20c Fine Imported Madras Cloths, for lfic American Madras Cloths, for 2.jc Fine Imported Dress Linens, at 35c W hlto Corded I'iquej, nt 2oc Wliito Linen Duck, 20c White Corded I'iipie, at 15c White Corded Pique, nt 15c Black, New Blue, Ked und Pink Pique, 5c Prints, one lot to close, "c Yard Wide Percales, 12c White Star Percales, choice linen, i ' ' !C. 20c. 15c. 12c. 20c. el Sale Of Real Estate 25c. 20c. 15c. 10c. 12c. Mc. Saturday, 5c. 10c. bar-gai- i. o any of the above goods to buy, this is your opportunity to secure from a fresh stock. Don't waste your labor on old rotten goods. Our ladies' Shoes are all made to order by Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. Our men's Shoes are all made to order by llclmers, Bettiunu & Co. They can't be beat. If you hae m well-know- n JOHN P. JONES. I BARGAINS! For Everybody. At po-lo- 1 FARMS OPTIONS WANTKD. 11 semi-weekl- y I W j j lb "RACKET STORE," Door to Farmers Hank; old lille Glass Grocery Stand. Net AL! .TCNEVS Socioi. d JLUE GRASS. Lcgni. Llicrary.g iSnoninn. Bargain Shoes, Bargain Hats, Bargain Dress Goods Hundreds of other good at one half to see us. one-four- th P price. Call and for J.F. CUMMtNS, Manager, ji j m:mmwmm::mxmm&Mmm:i T 1 1 grund-puront- s, cwi.tiiy rw feVlORNINGa BiffFRrinia 9 mm Ago-llcritl- 11 I -- .clBlBMLft 1 7W 1 ?' MayflHa J L HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Cypress Shingles. Iron Fence. ( : 'SCRIBE. iBreekitwii A.C.51NB, Metal Roofing. STAHFORD.Ky. Mill Work. , V ' .; MIDDLEBURG. THEINTERIORJOORNAL JOHN II. MIXI.ER I FARM .FOR SALE OR TRADE. Ji) mllr fmm the MlvHirl iPHi.1 fsriiilnajeauntry Io.'bllh.Aiio.y xd.Xxldaw The Haptlsts, by a unanimous vote, Suurday refused to allow the O. A. It. tho uso of tho church lot on decoration day. Geo It. Jetor hits bought a stock of drills nnd fixtures of John Torailnson nt Yoscmltc, nnd moved them to this aBTHjBavflBK yirf,aTjflkIHfc5aaaaaam Tt Matal a candidate for tho Legislature, subject to tho notion of the democratic party. 1 ISPKU YKAItlN jYOVAJfCK When nfjt soriaidaia.CO will be charged. I alaV"'! Lj t m feefiLflpMajaW J .' !'aVK9aV4aWl-Vftt'Hemawaaawj'ili .m. " aaJaaaaaaaaattrtlll . TIME GIRD They nro of Col. and Mrs. H. II. McAnlch. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Tho bitter ficht between Hardin nnd fjoebel Is causing many of their friends 1 A. M. No. 5 Arrrlvesat Stanford at . ail J W i. . in ilnacri. them, nt least BUCll Is the caso No. 4 leaves Stanford at No. 21 Arrlveeat llowlandat 13 M DAT. is now thought that Casey hero. It "i'SO P. at. No. K 1avce Stanford t will inatruct for Stone Instead of Har DIVISION. KNOXVILLE din, which seemed certain a fow wcoks T. S. H. ngo. .12 P2 p m He, 24 Train going North ..... ... 2 41 a to " South ...... .. No. 24 " The Liberty nlko has lately boon ...12.13 am " .," No. 23 " ...W .12 p in treated with a much needed coat of . ' No. 23 " I'or alltPolnts. trravcl . BOIOII TICKETS WILD. Catit.'Green delivered two eloquent HAC.OAOF. CHECKED TIIKOUOU. discourses Sunday nod Sunday night nt For anj Information enquire ol the Daotlst church to good sized au JOE S. BICE, Agent, diences. Tho captain will move to inn.l...l linl.a. ItminlSiltXi Sired bv WaMngham S.1M. atn- - of Uitltuite 3. It1, Stanford, Ky. on of HeorE Wllkw 310. MIdaleburg noxt week. and many otht-r- In the Hit. WaWnriiam. Nalwtlt a Mro . U FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Two Mormons have been preaching ly Meeii(;er luno 10. wn of llamblctonlau and aire of FJalno ! 20. FlMt dam Tln-o- l, in Casoy county for tho past year or tho dam of Norlalne, jearllne nvord 2:31. . !.,. Trains leave Frankfort at 7 JUM. and:40r. w., 10, aire of ,liv s.n.i .i.m ii.. .l.tprto Jitmralliiwpll.43,Jraire ofItambletonlan St. Jitllm 2 ll'J. llolltie moro. but It seems with little or no onnectlng at (leorgetown with Q. A C. and the dam of w.and J.lOr. M. I.avi Paris Sajw. bv Harry Clay Third dam meetings have been m., connecting at , uum-vr- . at:13A. m 1 and 3.30 r.reaching Frankfort at 9.13n success. Their last Sildij and 13 other, that litire produced 2:30 trotter.-- alio aire or me uain oi r.ir. with A C and at Turkey Knob. dam bv I.lbertv. .on of Ijince. by American Kolltwe. tnJ7:I r.mtth " H. NEWTON. A. O. P..A. Should Senator Goobol como out tri JOSEl-111. iHHllKree rontalna Note. Nabotli I. n bay. Id hand. Iitgh. foaled June 2. umphant at Louisville, tho followers of blood of Hambletonlan. Oeorge Wllke4. Matnbrliio Wllke.. IMIot Jr.. and Harry Clay. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Stono and Hardin will havo ono conso rirand-daughtc0- 1BSE Illill place. Misses Lula nnd Nora Lucas.of bher-man. Toxn. aro vlsltlnjr relatives here. TI ' " TVH aSatfKiCLflu:JvkaVklaMaS .K ' ' eUH 7, 4JBBBb uilirsl kina Splendid faun ,.f Jl aire. In line Wei late-- i thkkly seittM HillsHi to nil esy term, or trade Announce, hi. candidacy for I entrd fr farm in.llttsmi.-- keo a it, r. niii.-- nf llritririitnt(vp from the countv lucky tautayll In to .i."i Adlrrs ll 4 Slsuf.ir.1. K of Lincoln, subject to tho action of tho de- - trade (T HON. . F. NORTH itocrncy VBam. W S. BEAZIjEY, d. d. s., I R. A. JONES, 1IENTIST, Stiuirord, Kv. Cm, Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain Willi VIHtlltril Air. I'hyslclan In attendance. Ortlco In the Sew Thompnn Hulbllng. ' DR. IaZ. L. LOiAZDER, AND DIU'dOIST, I'HYSICIAN MOKINNICV, - KltNTUCKV. Prescription. Carefully Compounded Day or Night (W.ntn . S:r5.i";. "vi. A .?. ' n w. wur. meTO5SLTl jii NABOTH 10,016. a Jt'-.-l- LIVERY, FEED AND BALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Horse for sale B. G. FOX, at all time. '",-aV- s . - - b1 and Mule, ccustantty on hind and E:joji:5" (leorge-tow- 1. A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, h Frc..... : Of Spring I Tho followlnu'voung ladles and gen tlemen from this neck will tako the examination at Liberty Friday and Saturday: Misses Lula Adams, Jtssle Hrvautand Bosslo logic; Messrs. U. It. Jones, J. It. Staton, Dudley Wesley and KlarenU kolrnon. Some mention wa9 rnado In the I. J a counle of weeks ago as to the candl. and towns dacyof our follow-citizeman, G. It. Jeter, for representative. The party In this part of tho county Is a unit for him, and as It Is Casey's turn Made from pure tonamo tho man, sho will no doubt cream of tartar. name Mr. Jeter, who Is one of the very few who can poll tho entire democratic (as ho vote and scare food did last fall) by the rads to death In that making Inroads party. Mrs. Molllo Durham and son, Urack, aro visiting relatives In Lancaster and Alum baking powder are the greatot Danville. Theo. Wesley and wife, ol mm aero to health ol the present day. McKlnney, visited Dr. Wesloy and family Saturday and bunday. Miss ovai ajuusa eoweca on., w took. Sallle Scott, of Pcrryville, has been The .Owthern Uuinil Investment Company, visiting friends and relatives In and Lanhamtown the past few Of Lexington, Ky. davs. Mies Lizzie Culton is visiting Miss Mary Lucas. George H. Jeter Flan: INSURANCE BEVER8ED. attended the State meeting ol tne Knights of Maccabees ut Frankfort and was elected Stato sentinel. Dr. L. J. We P7 While Yen Lire. Godbey Is attending the medical meetOld Line Companies Fay When You Die. ing at Louisville this week. Misses Lunar and Nora Lucas, of Van Alstyne, Over ft.Vi not) ml,I In llvlni l,enents. Overton.lkM Iteserveaod Surplus Texas, are visiting relatives In this II USES WEAKEN', Locil Anent section. Thomas VIckery, wno was IK) MAN. Secy., Stanford ky. A. SMITH 13 taken to Lakeland Asylum a few weeks Lexington, Kjr. ago, Is back home and as well as ever. Milton Jones has moved to his newly erected cottage. Tho soldiers reunion and decoration committee met at Keeney's Hall Tues day nlpht and transacted some much needed business. While no exact spot Is settled on, tho exercises will De neia some where In town, and not at Yose- mito or Green Itlver church as has Boveral times been reported in several localities. Good speakers havo been engaged. Every man, woman aid child In a radius of five miles ol town Is expected to bo here with a basket of grdb. It will tako something to feed tho largo crowd that Is expected to attend and no one In this Immedlato neighborhood will bo welcome without ho or sho helps to feed the crowd. Of courbo vUltori, at a distance are not exnected to bring dinner. A hint to "CiEUMNwwintrHtcJiiutltiiiigto Jf the wle Is sulllclent. This Is a sol" diers reunion; a reunion of the veterans Thu Favorite Line of '01-- 5, und not u G. A. It reunion, as those who wore tho gray aro Invited as well us thoso who wore tho blue. U he TO gallant old Col. It. J. Hrccklnrldgo, who for tho Lost Cause, has been inviC. C. ted to deliver an address. Trains Morning and i'.vcning from UnUllf I ATAItlill lir"lIXTMlfTS Tralni pass Junction City aa lollowi: Ho. 1 South ..12 02 p m No. 2 Korth...4 11pm " iiii .US0am "4 " No. " " 184pm " HO.S .S00am .. 803pm "10 " " So. Nos. 1 and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City .IIb lationthat wo will havo n good gov ernor, who will wisely administer taken Marw grated at 52 per mouth, which In all s mnt be paid Iwforo they Care taken to pretent ao OSes Vn mares shall be removed till pa.ture rent I. ptld ctdeuta but not reponlbte ahould any occur. ,. Will Stand at $15 to Insure a Living Colt. are ca-e- Stanford, Ky. over W'MK Venliiro and Flowers while driving artiuml in one of our eay riding 525 tb. Traps, ! MclWrla' Iru Store In Owiley IIIIIIUIDf. OGDENSBURG 3737. r.ecord BROKEN BICYCLES Send them to Surreys, Runabouts, RoVal against alum Ington. Ky Itl'K. trl.il 222. Ulimtnutstallloa. U'. hand. high, bred by Ilr. U. Ilerr. Ux- - THK DANV1IXK No I VI LC C mTnlrJ , DANVILLE, K V !U Sire of 23. of the darn, of 130. Including Kal.h Wllkci, ;:0fi4. Crawford. ISO. atnntlne, 2:12K. Juie,'2:131. c, on. havo aired BY MAMBRINO PATCIIKN 58. orr :.. SATISPAtTlON lirAKASTKFIi. 2it. Con- Baking Powder Safeguards the n 1 d.Ytfe,y UiUn (d"m and the dam. of flfteen In 2:30). aon of Hambletonltn 10. . in. Trntnitfr nciiinunuer. 3(lam "J ' other, and tho dam. of Ked OlIANOH HLOsSOJl 231 (aire..of Orange Chief 5 13'.. eight .. .... ii it... .....- Haul ..r, nio.'wm 2:21'. etc.). by Mlddletown 11:, uaro .eiuu ir.w v.n. 14, etc. by American Mar Will Stand at 1U 10 insure u uiviug uoiw. alyle el "nUh and NnTv.lteden.Wnt la an extremely handle .l.lllnn with i.ll the 11 . 1 -- ff.e"'fl.T Orange llloo 132 by Mlddleton 3M. i.lranf fourteen 23- - MISS EVELYN TARI1IF, B. Tho Soamstross. Plain and Pasblonable Sewing Cutting and Water Works pt Kitting a Iluckbo.irdK, tc , yon can go in comfort ami p'eaaiire. Our superb stock of up-tdate Carriage aro a temptation to those who enjoy driving in style mid com fort. They ate of eiicrlor tnako Mild fliiish. K. Opp. Wearen Court-Housc, 6c Son, Stanford, Ky. .(. ". - ....,. o'?i chUe'n Iie'laVa'Imlr.. I, one of the pure.1 galte. bow. in na.ni.iim--'--V-"V--- -: 2.U,1fKS hi? Srd a four ,ar ?bMn- -i khhTrd .may akainii. amount to .Ii moolha. II Ind.. hluhM to an old o, a middy track at Sew All-n- y. ,n beat.. ",,r,n ,h , trotter. Hat . .ho.n how ho u w,i, of pre.aluma. (lla. won a . at -- on a number to"Aibt Kilr. Tin Kentucay and Indian, and ha. ber ol aweeps'a" rrennumaj x$Umi ''"lh' mon '"". FIRE, LIFE Sc J. S. MURPHY, Aseui for the A.OOI3DEiTT INSURANCE. , n,, tr0u,, than hi. , rVrd iii, , , a n "t " l.n - Walter A. Wood Machine Co., And aluaeol ar the Lowry Grass Binding Twine, cheap and elterlli bind 1 .ll!i of hll. will 1 Mld-dlebu- rg Will Also Stand a Good Jack at SS to Insure a Living Colt. sv as (ar as 113 worth of the regular kind. alu Only the best companies represented. handle 12. Inquiries solicited. KAcnr.rs surrLus aud hetaies. K. 11. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. Call ou me and I will save you money 13 M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. Ky. J S. Mt lll'HV.Tuiaersvllle, Ky Queen &cresceht SsBwis ROUTEattend aro Invited to LOW HATES. 23-2- Money duo when colt la foaled or mare Capital Slock.'ll'iO.O'M. parted with. Oraa furnished at S cent, per day. (Ira. bill must bo paid before stock SuceesMr to The I'ermers lUok A Tru.t Contoy Is removed. and under same nianacement continuI will also stand the excellent young jack, ously lor 2V At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. Lincoln County National Bank. J. T. SUTTON, Un.ctert.uUur, - sired bv hand. high, weigh. 1.000 ll Tom Klnir. Hob Tail's dam by Levi llubblo tho Prince, ut 1 3 to In.ureu living coll. Hob Friends himself to be all excellent fnnnrnl nf tho woodcock. Cause of Tall ha proved orcieuor. announcement of Attorney death, the II. K. roWF.LU Shelby City, General Taylor as a candidate lor go- crnor. No (lowers. uouisviuo iiiuea. 13 11 SOB ln Hustonville, Kentucky T-AJEI- -i, Solioits Your Bank Account, Iill!i:iTl)ILS Offers bis services lo the people ofWest LUcolc and Casey counties lullitock ottuSmsaud Cask. ataalwayaon band. V. 8. Carpenter. Haaager. Hoinuch buslne. relatlon wllltprovs WneSclal and pleawnl mutusl-l- y Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D.HIMrSOK, i I'ror.. J.J.J.Williams, Sr, H. uxley, William ItucaHtcr, Kentucky. G. A. It. Stato Kneampmcnt, I will stand my line Jack, Hero, at my coo fare 21 and22,good stable, near Moreland, the aeaxiu of ISW, J. i:. l.ynn, gow, May 1, S. H.Phsnks 2(1. of Maccabees, Frank- Knights to J. r. Cash, N. C, At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. J. II. owner. Bibllcal Assembly, Charlotte, (imi'KIM Juno 0. He I. i;eara-oland was bred by Iter. Wood., of Danville, aud Is by Abraham, Jr., 3. II. Shanks, 1're.ldrnt; i.U!o limit wiov. Dr. an J, II. Owsley. Cashier la ... ...forerunner to consumption. Htlfl out of a good jeunet. nnd I.can extru large .. the U. M.llrl(iit, Ami Cwhler m 1. -..Ill ..Mr.. It. ... breeder A lot of hi colt li seen ut " new clvo audi atrengtb to the luuga that a cough my place. I will also atuud u. ......j or a com win iiui nn -entant IVuny'a Drug Store. BANK A. W. I'arpeuler, W, ll.Cuiuiulns, 20-2d cj Glas- llu.li, Newly furnlahcd; clean beds; splendsd I'ortera Kverythlng Ublo. bU meet all trains. first-clas- n. TO THE FARMERS All nations nro learning this lesson ! nf Boston, headed by Mrs. A three-- ) d black Jack at ?3 to Insure u living cult. Julia Ward Howe, havo Issued a call fvyTho premium offered on pRmiM) und for a meeting to bo held thero May 20, Jumbo will he uwurded on Sept. 2, l!H. II II. KINO, Moreland. to protest against "the barbarism 01 Tim ear-ol- JUMBO. ONbornc FIRST NATIONAL Farm Iinplc-iiicut- N Succeed il lynching." THE EA01.E. KIMI 4" or AM. IIIBIW, N noted for tlnct vision, . ... ....,( fctf-1Ii.ii. n lulluro alght, ro leOTJISVIliliB , Holil wir3tuf at renny'' f..1.. inu' !.. Haivttfitr uuy kind or clear and dl. " '" I'tllii, kmhuI.iUU WI'UK GALTON 12,910. htmuii: iiiuisTEiirn. Where other full, most I'siaTlully our HinI. cred-lleTheir ders and .Mower material built of to Sarphi, J17.320 monev lielngbuy Alsothe best lilted with that C1U1 Stock 1100,000. the Udng can UOLLKH IIKAHINt.S lu Thla Inilliutlon originally establlihed at th. 1. only perfect ut all lime lightest draft and e nee. assuring A full line of repair iiImui. ai longest life Itlt Itank ol Stanford III IsM, then Something new in Seo our Hay Tedder. tb. National Hank ofSlaulord In 1W6 andaalD tbt. section. OP STVMOUK, KV. elt. revr.-snlte- reorKanlted aa the First National Hank ol Stanford 1'KANK IIOI.T.CI.AW siatiford Ky nt 25 centn. CHICAGO. Prttty i-- Home For Sale. ion Stntion, 10th ami Broadway. IIEWAIIK mmiwoI unfit infurmation and Ai mercury lll urely dMroy tho Passengers rate to Ucousln, Minnesota, fcebraaku tuleriug- - it tliruiiith llio niucmufiirf.ur.. Snili ar. "u Ilclw UouM neier I iim1 aira-p- damage npuuu. and points in thti far West, IncludiugCnl-tfornither will (rum rtl'utulile pliyiUlau, a. th should address uvf,m iv ' llllll iru 1W Catarrh t'urc, luaDulututnl by Iruia thvia JlalT da. s.. 1 ..t ... If ii iiiilalna Si.a uti r. Frank J. IUrd, Gen. I'ass. Agt . (tlnt UIriH.tly aii'l U tokei K. II. llacon, Pis. Pass. Agt. cury, ... ... a, i a a a W.1I. Mclloel, Ocn. Mgr. Charles II. Kockwcll Trallic Mgr. Vlco-l're.- SMiuluv. llir uiv.i aiiv uiui'fu. ii"...i It 1 taktu Internally, aud made lu lyF. J Cheney A "u. 'lelliuonlal Ndd hr Prul.ti, pylc T5c et Utile. II all'. Family I1U ar. the heat. Tim Unok nroiiertv ut llu.tanvlllo UolTer- lor sale prhutily Tim tlwtlllng N u commodloua frame building of 10 loom. In ...... ...fii.it. tr,uifl ri'tmlr. while the lot con tain 10 acres of splendid land. The outbuilding nro irooo. unu mem i hmh.m.m. There 1. no 2'2" und other, und of the dam of two to the realdencu a No. 1 n. iircttleror inorocoiiventeni nomo In tho lUt. Kentucky and a baguln can lw hail In It. Third dam by Old, Joe, sire of the dam of Kor further particular, call on J. " look, lluatoiivllle, or O. H. Cooper, elanroru. m J. 0., Sill 4. Oallon will stand at my stable two mile A Tins Slrtdb) (lambi'ttu Wllke. 2'10'i, (luluettu, 2 03, Uittle lAirlue, 2:05),. and el) others III the 2 30 list. first dam Dil.y Hold (grniidnm of Alice Wllke, 2;IT, and Aleattu, 2:M. at twojextra old) by Oilfield (aire of six In 2t30 and of the dam of 30 In 2:30 or Utter.) Second dam. Quickstep, by Kentucky Prince, Jr.. sire of J. 0., 2!lT!i. Lemonade, In Us2, has bad practlrally auunlnterniptnl exist. sire of encfor II years. It Is better supplied now will lacllltles for traniactliif business promptly and lib erally than ever before In III long and honorable career. Accouuis of Individuals, uduclarlee.nruii and Individuals solicited. DiaxcToat, J. W. llaydcn, Stanlord F. Held, IJncotu Co.; h. H. lUu.huian, " S.T.llarrls, " H. C. RUFLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoko, Kv., Ih RccelvliiK liiH Spring & J. S.llocker, W.P. Walton " " Ulauford, T.f. M. Hill, ' " W. A. Trlbble, Stiuiiner CsOocIn. BheG.&.. hm For Sals. Vetof llustoitvllleoii llradford.tllle pike M, UXluiore, J. 11 Colller.Crab, Orib'd J. Miller, Mt.V.rnoi. souttiem Railway THE if all the SOUTH'S ffijTOT PKNKTKATES SYSTEM. EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Teuueeee, Virginia, Georgia North uud South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi- - I Through Sleeping Cars lletween Louisville mil' the South weUlmprored with ameral line llama, Dw.Ulaaof II room., Cellar, and all tail nil oulbSlldW la well watered wlib .l.rlutjaandlalnaulaUalat.of cultivation; bemit welfaet In uraa a Th. Iialani. i about Incultlvallou. Thlalaar.reoj.ortunlly b loi ayy will aold for oue within a (In. farm Thla farm two years with iah, balamw lu on. and Jan. I, lljiu, THAT TimoilllINO HEADACHE alien Ii tier cut. Iulere.t Would iiulikly leave )OU, If you uwd l)r Klng'a with prlvllene of aellii- - this 1 all. lor New Life 111b 1 kousauds ofiuUtrtn have prur on 01 addrea C. C. WuAradal., I H...I ..luirfilui niurll r..r hli k .ml N'irfiiif formation tallor Wallac. Carpeuler on th. preiulav., HuitonvllU. Headache. 'Ihey make pure blood aud atruuic who will tak. pleaaur. In akuwlnti you tin farm. w C C. AN AICsl'ALr iierteaauauuna uu your uaaun Hustonylll. Ky. Try I hem. OulrVta. Mouey Uck 11 not lured Or Adam Carpenter's Heirs, tvld by 1'eusy, UrufKUt. poems I havo written Were piled together lu a pile, And with acanulo they were lltten, You could seo tho blaze a mile. Hut ull tho gold that I havo gltten For tho poems I havu wrote Would not hurt the feeblest kitten If poured melted down Its throat. MM. Nvk. Oil Saturday, June 3, '99r We will sell at mllle aal. our i At $10 To Insure A Live Oolt. is W. M. 1)01)0, llustoutllle, Ky, J S. Hocker, President; A A orricaaj. J. J. Mcltobeits Csshbr A Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. J Give Him a Call. , VcKlnnev IstaulCshler. Fine Dluo-Qris- Farm of 363 Acres Is Cuey Ky. Tlila County. 4 luliea finla!naldere.lth.l.tluCaaey wuuty.a It la Kood Weat of lluatonrlll., "' Dignity Dare. Will make the season of 't0 ut TO FARMERS. m J.C.lMcCliAy Maple Park .Kindergarten r.j ii THREE DAILY TRAIN!) Vach way between Louisville und Lexington W. A. TUIlK. O. I W. II. TAYLOR. A. O Knights Templar lu tho United States, of whom 2,000 are in Kentucky. 0mm Theroaro 120,000 COl'dlUJJ'.'l YKAHS. I. O I' A Louisville. Ky I yuttored 23 vears with a cough, und spent buudreda of dollars with doctors uud for medicine to no uvall until 1 u.cxI ur. TliU remedy Hell's make weak lungs strong. It ba aavtd uy inc. J, 11. iioavu, urauMuurg. 111. Danville, Ky. He t 134 hands, dark bay, und hu us much atjlo uud tlulsli us uuy one. of horse. He ha proven himself lu tho greatest show horse In Kentucky, Dignity u bold rucker and trotter, with sum-rlLock and kneu uctlou Ifjou believe lu the theory of like producing like, you will certainly go no further when tuu see Dignity Dure, for he Is unsurpassed In Individuality. Ho by tho greatest of Stallions, Chester Daru, son of Hlack Squirrel und 1st dam by Welchmout, ou of William Welch uuu extended pedigree ruuulng And willing to pay top price lu cami for Abdullah back Into thoroughbred. Call uud see oue Chickens. l:gg. O'V,''1'",', ' lletia "w"?' Hay stallion, IS hands high, by of tho greatest combined horses you have Turkei. Ginseng. . ... .aus II I ii,l .... It aataiu Meuutiier. ever seen. Service uiiiua. vup-tlliuesoiau ,.!. bo lu the market for wool. He by Messenger Chief. I dam a Also will at Vermont. of UUI before selling, a Seo me and get my price I will ataud John I'roctor the aeaaoii of my A live foul. et anot ......... Call ut .whip hcudiiuurle from Shelby IMtti, ut my stable three mile v. ,' . cush. . IIIM.... - llKimt. St - ,,-w- -vi OAHPENTEU A TAl'LCONM. uud Turuersvllle rerrin City 011 the Knob tick ""' ford, Ky. Duovllle, Ky, I'lioue 2. Pike l.loii lj 1 Oliver Chilled Plow and Kepalrs. Malta Cultivator, best tu tho world. Deerlng Holl uud Hall Hearing Hinder. Deeriug Hull uud Hall Hearing Mower. Mover Huckboard und Huggle. Uurden Plow uud Double Shovel. will nuv market price for Wool, Sacks furnUhedury time. All kind of Purultureuud any piece or kind of llarneaou wuut. Call ou 3 D. B. OAlll r.n ir.u. iiuam.'vvii.i., in . 1 John Proctor. "W.3STTEX) uc' .. aa i .-.. UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in 111) $ia.so TO INSURE BAENESS, SADDLERY, BTANFOUD, KY. 0.