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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 26, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899052601_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 26, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVIII. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 2G. 189!). 10 A. M. NO. 25 Soldler and SallorJntelllger.ee. VKTl.l.ANS OKTHK l'lU'.SS. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS, LANCASTER. I The oil lor of the- Tho Konluoklan Gen, I. W. Hardin will speak hero Havana I making elaborate prepara. Kcv. Kobort Hylnnd during his tnlnClllycn hnvobeen lonif In tho ervleu. lion for Ut first decoration day cole- - Istry baptized .'l.fOO In the near future. converts. (J. Craddock and F. L. Col. John W, O. Dunlap ha enlisted In tho brutlon. Atlanta wa chosen for tho meeting 40 woro journtil'l more tliun S.m PranclKco I raising n SlOO.bOO of tho Southern Presbytery noxt Jcar. regular army and sailed for the Much Judgment, which I n yearn 1110, tho former Ural wrlllni In fund for u inontunent to tho tailor of Hishop II, C. Morrison will dedicate of Mexico In 1M1 Tliolr ex- tho American navy. the City i wo strawberry suppers have been tho now Methodist church at Owcnton perience ai nowapapor men will cergiven aiready, one ut Squiro J. A. The wur department ha In It h- - on June H. tainly bo no drawback to thcin. ieslon about HO piece of artillery John llullcm, of St. Louis, was Doty', wheru tho Foreign Missionary An editor I not made In a day Care- captured In the lato war, all from Cuba strlckun with paralysis whllo praying ; u,ub received $2.1, and one at Pleusant ful tudy, lone experience, thorough and Porto IUco, Orovo church whero tho ladles realized In church und will die. training and umu ability, are nil Gen. MncArthur and I'unnton dl- - The Perryvlllo People say thatltov. u handsome sum. Some of the .cadinc write- - pewed SIX) tmurgent beyond San Fer n. II. Godbey, tho Tbo friends of Capt. W. (J. McFar-lanMethodof tbo duy aro veteran editor. Mural nando, Indicting hoavy lots. Funttnn ist preacher, hu lost his speech. n of the regular urmy, who Is llll very led a gallant charge at tbo Halatoad at moro than 10, l here, will bo glad to learn that We huvo not yet heard of additions actively at work, and probably more to cbuiches as u result of tho Sum ho has been put on tbo retired list Influential m a jouunitllat than ut any Gen. I.awton ha arrived at Malolo Jones' meeting. Uaptlst Ilecorder. because of wound received during bis IHirlwl In hi life. Walter N liable, after a brilliant march of over llX) Owing to repair in prooe at our gullant ehargo at Santiago. Noator mile, marked by 22 light, In which man, now In hi "Sib year, tlie Kuv. Ira Partln has been on the sick be church, I will preach nl tho court-bouOur Men's, Hoys and Children's of tbo Kentucky pre(, com to have killed 400 Insurgent, wounded S09 and Sunday morning. No service at list, but Is better and hopes to be able renewed bU itrcnjrth. as tho cnglu'i. Is lost only nix men killed and .'J I wound night. F. W. Allen. to comply with tho request of the G. A. nlway at tits jtoit, and doing an amount ed A Unilsvlllo piper says that Sam U. aud tho Haptlst church at Epbesus, of work wblcb many younger men Ad ml ml Dower ha reached Hong Jotcs added $2,000 to his bank nccouot Lincoln county, Sunday, und preach would be Incapable of doing. Henry Kong on tho Olympla. He paid nnd by hi meeting there, but neglects to the memorial sermon for Decoration Is the Belt. Stylish Shirt, Nobby Ncckwctr. Guod Fndetwcar. Crash in Straw Vnttcron, after 40 year aervlco, It received tho formal call enjoined by say how niuny souls ho saved. day. Hats which is Felt. While Kid Gloves. Full Dress 1'itpie Vests. ai vlgorou and brilliant u writer at be International etiquette, but I to III to The Lancaster High School base ball Tho Germun Haptlst In session at l. Suits Cleaned and ever hn been. W. C. P. Hroclcinrldgo attend tho queen' birthday dinner. llounokc, Vu , adopted resolution bar- nlnu went to Somerset today. Thursday, wg un editor moro than 10 yearn ago, (.en. Corbin give tho number of ring necktie. Instiumeuul muslu and fur a gamu with the boys of that city. and hl brilliant editorial today olio death which have occurred In the tobueco raisers from membership. A number of our people went ulong to that ago and experience and study have army lnco tho beginning of the war Some millionaires with money to uuenu me declamatory contest, us oar added to tho force and ollcctlveness ol with Spain: In Cuba, l,3i'i; In Porto burn und a fondness for tho smell of city has two representutlvea on that til writing. J.Stoddard Joiinton l Hlco. 2.S7; at Honolulu, 43; In the Philsmoke, aro building u iJOO,000 church occasion. Mill a fretient contributor to tbo press ippine, lid; In tho United State, .'1,871; In New York for the Christian Messrs. James Tottcn and J. U. Ow and ilUplay tba ame culturo ana abll total, fl.LIW. ens, 01 your city, aro canvassing our lty that marked bla writings 30 year Tho tranKjrt Sherman ha nulled for In tbo opinion of tho Prcsbytcrlnn county for the sale of their harvesting K. T. Dttrret more than 10 year tho Philippine bearing 1,800 men, the General Assembly, It Is best to post- machines. T. M. GooJknlght wushere uiro iy ! nio. wa edlur of the LouUvlllo Cpu largest number of soldiers to leave Sun pone union between the Northern und Monday working in the Interest of ...V. rlcr. Ill writing at thl time aro the Francisco on a single trunsort, and 76 Southwestern branches of tho church Prof. J. T. Gaines, who Is a candidate I!) 1 do officer, among them Gen. bct work of hi life. Today ho man Hate. The to soma more convenient duy, which for superintendent of public Instruc Inir moro unteltUti labor than any entlro Hih Infantry made up the great- day. It may be added, will never come. tion. Ic tho State to preaerve In permanent er part of tho Sheriimn' humun cargo. To Sunday School for eight weeks or a large crown attended commence form ilin hlitorvof tho pioneers who Tho lubscriptlon for tbo Dewey to Jail was tho alternative given a boy ment exercises on Wednesday and the laid tho foundation of thl grand old home fund so far received by tho Na by an Ohio Judge for u misdemeanor. productions 01 tnc graduates evinced a It' Commonwealth. John A. Hell hat un tlonal committee amount to $.'1,700. At tho end of that limo if be doesn't high degree of culture, for which all I ailll Among those received Tuesday was present a certificate from his teacher editorial career of It vcar and praise Is duo Prof. J. H. Patterson and working vigorously and uccefully In onoof 1100 from Vice PreIdent that be has attended he will go to Jail his able corps of teachers. Mr. W. I. Georgo Uoier I alo an the harne. A great men u Dewey havu uny how. Williams presented tho diplomas and CI editor of moro than .10 year' aervleo declined to bo the beneficiary of such Tho entertainment of tho Southern delivered an able address, full of good and I allll In the vigor and ttrength gifts. Haptlst convention delegates cost about advice and valuable information. M Kobori MoKeo, of manhood. Miij. J. C. Hrvant and tho .Ird Ken- J.i,0o0. A gentleman Hardly nu average crowd attended In Ikiii. 40 vcar aeo a leading editor tucky regiment are preparing to Issue estimates that tho C.0O0 delegates and county court last Monday, and the Kentucky, today a prominent and In an Illustrated book, giving tho history visitors spent on an average of $12 principal business was talking politics. editor In Montgomery, Ala. of tholr experience and service In tho each, a total of $0,000. Slnco tho "pay G. A. Swlnebroad reports 200 cattle on Sam William, who commenced hi ca- Spanish-Americwar. Mr. Eugenia plan" has been adopted, Baltimore and the market. He sold 10 slop steers at IK1 Pretty Pat'erns in endless variety, frOm 50c to $1 50. White and fancy reer In thl otllco nearly 10 year ago, Dunlap 1'otu, of Lexington, has been several other cities will contend for tho 20 and 20 heifers at 821.73. Stock journalist requeued to take charge of tho editing convention at It next session. I a brilliant and tuccctiful ." to 0c; stock cows 3 steers brought la SU Louli. of tho book. Elder E. G. Sweeney, aged 12, and a to 4Jc; butcher stuff 3c and lambs 5c for Hlte, for 51 year otyio and John W. Joseph H. Drowning, of Louisville, noted minister of the Christian church, June and July delivery. editor, compolng u bo ct. tlll ha wa elected department commander of died at Paris. He was tho father of Things are still going our way. Capt. hi position on the Kcntucklan Citizen. the G. A. U. In encampment at Glasgow Elders John S. Sweeney, of Purls, .. Wro. Hcrndon sent Capt. Louis n odllt tbo Lexington and Dr. F. J. Taylor, of tho latter place T. Sweeney, of Columbus. Iod., Geo. II. II. GraU tlll a telegram from Glasgow, stating ( Gazette, with which bo ha been Iden- vice comraanucr. Ttio om Swconcy, Oakland, Cat., and William that the G. A. R. will meet in Lancastified to long, and (till write with bla crate did everything to make it pica Sweeney, deceased, all of the Chris- ter In 1000. Being a central point sevaccuitomed ability. ant for their former foe, and the grand tian church. Ho was born In Casey eral hundred will bo in attendance, the CASH. For all c asses. Prices 10c to 2. Thoma M. Groan, loug prominently army mon ucciaro tuey were never county, whero he lived for many years. lutch string will be on the outside, the connected with tho pre of tho State, bettor treated anywhere, and aro greatA steamboat on tho ' river Jordan I fatted calf will bo killed and everything retired BOino year ago, and Is now In ly pleased with tho reception given Who would havo thought it? The desirable to the taste or pleasing to the tho revenue tervlce. them. Abbot Pachomlus of tho Greek monas- ear will bo tendered to the noble old John C. Noblo and ATJ. Moray, after Thirty-foyear ago the last battlo tery at Jorlcbo has got a Utile steam- veterans. nearly half a ccutury of labor, of the civil war was fought. Since then boat on tbo Jordan, which piles from oenutoru. x. tarns has been ap from tho active dutle of Journal- many a battlefield ha been tilled by the traditional place of Christ' bap- pointed a delegate for the State at old age, upon tholr tho buibandmeu; tho treo which was tism to the lower end of tho Dead Sea, large to the ism, and in their commercial convention, farm aro enjoying pcac and dignity. then but a sapling lifts high It head, and It U liberally patronized by tourists which will be bold In Loulsvlllo on Green Keller, I.. U. Caey, Pat Mc and our llag has won fresh victories and pilgrim. It gives 11 fine and a May K. E. Hughes, of tho Donald, George A. Lewi, J. H. Hop- - oversea. Soldier' borne have been comfortable opportunity to eeo tho Louisville Commercial, will be here STANFORD. KY. Kmmott Logan, W. P. Walton and erected In token of our gratitude, pen- wonders of the Dead Sea. Western with relatives next Sunday. Capt. S. William Sheltnii, President; I'roy Woodon aro veteran ncwpaper sions have been freely granted, monu- Recorder. Mrs. Nannie S antloy. Lady Principal; M. Duncan, Lt. Claudo Wherrltt and of Mis Mattie Paxton, Mathematics and Physical Science; men, but belong to a jouoger cla ment havo arisen, homes for soldier' On tho night of tho .'10th Inst., Kevv MaJ. Wm. Collier have been Invited to Depaftmeni; Mi Kudu's joinalUt than tboo already mention- - orphan bave been founded, and Deco J. M. Matsumoto will deliver a lecture uddrcss tho colored wing; of the G. A. Miss Ellen It.tllou. Music Department; 'u I day kept all over our broad at the Hebron Methodist church in tho K. on tbo 30th. Miss Miirv Hubbard, Art Depsrunent; Hero' to tho veteran of ihtvprcM. ration Miss Flora Uallou, Elocution aud Physical Culture; Let us be thankful that we huvc Walnut Flat neighborhood on "Japan." Prof. Uauerton took a number of his Of them It mav bo truly said: "Thero'a land. Mrs. Maggie J. Martin, Hoarding Department waited until our soldier died In Ho Is a native of that country and Is In students to Somerset to take partln tho nut Ulo In tho old men jet." Col. J. G und neglect, to honor them. our lam! securing nn education to re- various contests und o expect them to Craddock In tho Purl Kentucklan.who Kvcrty Ilepubllc uro proverbially ungrateful, turn to his pcoplo n a missionary. Ho return with a number of prizes. Misses ay ho in going to Kuropo und leave people huvo proved graduated nt Asbury College Inst year Olivia Sweeney and Wllllo DelleUurn : tho paper In charge of Mr. McCheney, but the American themselves hero the exception to tho and Is now taking a courso at Vander- - sldu will enter tho musical contest und mentioned above. rule. but lie Is deserving or your encour- Misses Ucsslo Gulley, Mabel Koyston agement and help. No admittance fco and Messrs. James Anderson nud WalML VERNON. i:olllli:li IMKdllAVi: will be charred, but voluntary contri- ter Hudson will take part in the mathA HartlliiK Imiilriit, i( vlilrli Mr John Oliirr, Judge Morrow called court promptly f riutaUlliU, w, the Itilijwt In haimU.l I.jr butions from tho congregation will bo ematical contest. Two will take part Ituckbo.irds, Ac , you can po In comfort sill.ia, "l iii him a huwt ilrra.lml lust .Monday. and p fiiMtre. Our superb stock of M iVIii u alimwt )WI. ryvn suntfii, upprccluteii. wowoiiKUiKu 10 tee a In tho deeluinntory contest, their names ! tuln, C. T. I'.held u vcry.ploat-tin- t luiuue iiisi.1, lain contltiiullj lu IkkL C'lriiaiti are a temptation to Tho W. representation from Stanford. E. T. having been previously published In lolling iIhim; who enjoy driviui; in style ami comKaieJ Moore liusi'lvlllr cra.llially(Itrii nipumlrnUr hj litj I la n ey . meeting with Ml llir. ihlilamli. uii. luiluiialfly Lvrr.iiioi: jouhnal. tho fort They are of superior mako und exftlrli.l ailllMl irrhm 'Mix trie Illtlri,' alul In Sunday. my KtMt Jojr ami surprlw, lh first lltl liuile a quisite SiMi. J. U. Ity an has contracted with Dr. 5 feet thick was dlscow livliliil liuiririiivnt liantlDUw) Ihrlr iiv. fur KENTUCKY WOMEN OF A coal vein J. H. Owsley to bjlld four handsome, Ihrru rra, aixlam now a ll man I kima LINEAGE. eicd on Hrusb creok by Mudieon coun- lltey uir.1 m lilt ami rMl tlm (rava of brick business houses, formSuimvaliiHilJ rail In lr Itism Only ty parties. Eajoying .hi Freilmsss Of Spring A book that will contribute valuable ing it block 011 thu East side of Public uti, IliuriUli'r.l, al IVuny'i Pnig Slore. & B. K. The telephone lino from Ciub Orchconcerning tho past, pres- Square. There uru to be no outsldo Tho I.NTimioit Jol'kn'al threatens Information ard to Hoe Lick and Woodstock will geneiutlou of Kentucky stairways and u flro wull is to be be- Venlure ami Flowers, whllo dilving Stanford, Ky. Opp. tho Loutsvlllu Times with 11 libel suit ent und future toon bo completed. und tholr kin, Is In course of tween each room. I understand that around in into of our eisv ridlnif Paper of Incorporation for tho Lon- on account of u villainous cartoon of Its women IX. E. McKobcrts will occupy the room preparation by Mrs. Elizabeth II. don, Livingston und Manchester tele- editor. Any court In the land would of Louisville. Tho work will near thu National Hunk und H. M. Bryan's Wew Book sustain tho iNTKlilOU Joi'llNAl.ln such Gregory, phone lino huvo boon lllcd. bo "Kentucky Womou of Distinguished Uallou the room on thu corner, adjoinchild of John Davis, an ucllon. -- Loving (inlnes' Progress. Ttw . Lineage," und will bo u collection of ing Richmond Avenue. More buildREPUBLIC or EMPIRE? near Wlldio, choked to death on a bean ATHOUSANPTONlll family histories und genealogies of wo- ings will go up In Lancaster this year M-whllo Its mother was gurdonlng. m THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION Could not rirt'M tho rai'tiire of Aunls V.. Nrln-kv- r V who by borau strunge oversight than during tho last 10 years. uHIM Howard Fred Kreuger went to Hyden Thurs- lis round that Pr at, t'hllailrlnbla, Pa., wluu men Klui'i .New pUcuirry tor have been In past historic overlooked day to put In u bid on tbo new courtMOWS Tills" had foiuplelvljr curwl lir il a hukluj HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN ruujili that for many yuan had mad Ufa a hurdsu entirely or received but scant mention. We nttiT Ons Hundred Villa ra Keard for any house. Editor Marot very seriously All utlT rvmodlra ami dot tors could give bar no This book will reverse, this order of raw uf Catarrh that launol he cured by Hall a 3HaBHaaHfeK With SupiilrintnUry ' hi buck whllo lifting Iron pipe hvl, liul aha aava ut this lioyal Cure "It soon r. Catarrh Cure. alaaaraaaaaaaarnV Chapter Iroui hoirj the uln In rur ebnt and I rcu now ln F J. ClIKNKY A CO., Prei. Toledo, O. things and will trace- tbo Mneago of woC. Davis has jFW w ?'.- at Livingston. Dr. S. nitiudly. wmii'lhlng I tan atarti rrmeiuber doing Hon. Aadre Crliule. Ranatora bate kuowu 1' J. I'bruey IV. the uudrrtlfc-ued-, Hoar, VmI, Allaa. Utile. Our ioiv. a i.i i.v ouuiiiuk ii fiaiara inrouguouii men from the present century back to fortheUil 15 years, and Iwlleie Mm iwritvtly Hih front of his residence. Hob lib I ulirtM." Ni will ewyuu who trlrs lir man. IfACon, Maon. Uanltl. colonial period, or even Into tho honorable In all buaiuraa Iranaaitloua, and Inland-allChtltau. UolUr, UeLaullu. Till trou'ila uf tbt tho tn'Va New Dlatutrry tor I'lngand Egbert Fish huvo returned K'rual, Chrat or I.uuga. Prltv any aud able to uirr out aujr ubllgallou made by their HoK. Akdkew OiBMsaix. HOK. V J. UBTiN. man, Monay, auraar, lallar II."". lrlalo old world. Mrs. Gregory's book will tlrui. Scott loattir it.' at ivnuj a jirug Mm Oar. S from Cubu. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edmuoja, Clari Ilea. II. V. Joknaon, Hon fhaa. A. To wo.. Iloa Adlal E. Steaaon. Mure; eitrjr Iwtll Want A TkI'ax, Wholeaale Prulta, Toledo, O. bo replete with portraits of notablo WaLIMMi.Kliii.ax lUe. Or. Vaa Hike, lion Chaa. t'raucla Adaroa. I'rot llaild btarr Jordao, Oanl Heater, Ilea. Il.la. Is at V. A. Ukin, Wholeaale Pruir. I aro la Danvlllo. Judge MorrowI here. uaraulrl.l Kentucky women of these and otbor gl.ta, Toledo,!). Sharp AND ABSOLUTISM DENOUNCED. taken luteruallr. Hall's Catarrh tiik uauTM tho Mlllor House. Thu funny genius of the Albany, (N. duys. Material concerning many of directly ntvn theCure laand uiuroua aurfat-e- arlluz f ENTl.KV. IMPERIALISM u( tbe blood und thaOanatllutloa Mr. Stupp has sold his property TarrlUrial Kinaaaloa JinomlnataJ. "TUB IVOH MAX'S LOAD." aaJ oppowj todoclrloaa ol out ar aieiu. i rice toe iier uottie, dold by all PrujY.) Argus after reading Iludyard Kip the bost known women of tbo State Is of ttallolla.lhUiU.lua lMlaratloa o 1dJioJ.oc. aaJ all Ua uit aacrM itbila Teatluiontala free. will go to Louisville. Stephen Prow-U- t ling's latest masterly effort In rhyme already llapublla u kaodaj ilowa to ua bf our i atlian. Hall's Family tills ar the Leal. Mrs. Gregor at hand aud was cleared of tho ehargo of Incendentitled "The White Man's Uurdon," seeks Information relative to all others THE GOSPZL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AND BROADER LIBERTY. I tbo oiled up tbo Four million women in tbo United "1IIK ONLV IIOO K ON lilt alUJlX'T. iarism. Mis Hutb llcpjiert muchtnory of hi think loft Interested In family history. Mrs. AGENTS WANTED. (ucst of Miss KlUaboth Adams. und ground out thl pretty pat little Gregory has for somo tlmo beon Iden- States earn their own bread They porlralla at Ur Hrjao aoj tka othar aoa. II la vrotuaalf IllnatrataJ. gltlag bMutUul dab of delicious doggerel: "Cold Is tho tified with tho press of Louisville und huvo invaded all occupations, and i of avaaaa ol tlirlllluaT latan.1, .Lowloa lu. .i.cl coujitiou. auj cu.tom. la taa trltiutorai alao I'hlUppluaa. Notblna;llLaUUtora.liaBjpt.d la oook.publl.MDB. A .rr boaauaa lor ..;. ciiuaiicu!! YBAUS. tbo persons engaged In professional night 'tis - A. M. when baby screums Is the wife of Frank W. Gregory, tbo licaaaolbaboaglitatboolKKXaa. ilcauuot baluraUkail b an; otL.r bouaa. Wa at Ua aola year wltli a cough, and 1 ......suffered !!J uollur with ilootomunU and cries; tuko up the white man's managing editor of the Dispatch. Those services are women. i,m.,ir,.d,ol Iba flr.l Wltioa. 100,00) coplaa. A lara ixtaro hooa, Uautllul aaa, tf pa. UMHl IT. '.. .n..,ll,.li.l 111 mi uvull uutll I W', I'AV FKKIUUT oa aacb orj.r auijuullua- - u W booka at saa tloia, lu caaa Luta IHIIITATIOX. remedy burden, then, and walk for oxerclso. inrorcsted may address Mrs. Elizabeth This accompaalaa orUar. lell' Dr Gregory, 311 West Walnut Street, Is thu furvruuuer to consumption. and lor tba .laant, Hunk lunir strung H hussuvt'd my n.iuui IH lKK.IU Wa maka THK OUTI-'I- ato., but aaawb Outfit ao.u uaao cbara-- luoaa;, la ardar aoiaplaU freapactua will cure It. Poll's Itussellvllle, It Is said, has u sure F. to proit auraaliaa a lot ol Outfit wltb blaaka, wouij life. J. II. UoMsfl, OrsuUburj; III. Louisville. glvu such strength to thu lung that a cough Outfit mtb BO lol.ulloo ol uUil. bat luiwa upoa u. bf muJIo lor a bo ualaat rnuil Wlaearloaltr. enough cocaine joint. Thoy buy tbo S 1i bla appllraut. aa a cold will not auitlu thvrv. Twvuti Uvo .fa I raltk oa aaaapart, or ul.r.lr oul ol WEAK IVES Allt MADE BTHOM1. aaa aatat to laud ua ita to roi.r po.ta.ra aud arapplaar. Ibla aaaauak ta aa rclaa4ail ut leuuy I'rug bloro. doie, go to a room and partake of it und TIIK EAULK, KI.NU Or AM. U1HUS, raaclpt ar Irat wtitr fl 10 baaba. vUlon uiudo clear. t)c removed buiJ a aa e uuy und dreum of tho huppy things I nciU'd fur lu kt'tm sight, clear mid dl sleep of ......-...-....lUojt Clolh IUadln ....-.-, i.unulttted lids or sort! " A5 A couploof Frenchmen fought a duel tlnct Ulon. So uru tlioo persuus who use siie"uily aud ellecluully cured by tho uo of lloat Halt Huaala IlluJInu. wild inarblwl tugiM that might bo somo sweet day, S.tra Putherluud' KagteKye balvofur weak eyes, ut Purls tosettloudisputc as to whether Itoat i'ull Uuaala lliuilintf, will' U1J eJ"", Pulve. If. put up Butherlaua'.K((l?KU guuruutee. m suroejesof any kind or or stjf. told 1'euny's at 3 cents.grauulutcd Hamlet was fat or lean. W'rlta r.r aar I'aaarall.W. Taraaa ta Aetata. Aaitraa- tIn lube, und sold ou Mllo Hhea, tho noted actress.ls dead. lid, al ialatl'euuy'IruBBtort, THE INDEPENDENCE COMPANY, Publisher, FRANKLIN NUflNP.-- HI0AQO. . ey Graduation Exercises Commencement of Life. wall-kno- d, well-know- Always do the Best, Always have the Best, Always wear the Best. se ClotlxinO i're-sei- THB GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. Ho-bar- t. d 1 ilu.-ntlt- an I I I I 1 I I 1 SummerGoocls I I Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, I '$ I SUFDIFBO MEffiT Straw Hats H. Lan-drat- 1 9 J. M'ROBERTS. ur I have-re-tire- 20-3- 0. Stanford Female College. Axlell.-Prituary IK-- Traps, Surreys, Runabouts, 111 it DISTIN-GU1SHE- " two-stor- y, Wearen e, Son, Court-Hous- m 1 y '"" half-tou- a 't-nt-s ')ltba .. ;J . !w5r!Wv)cr--- &X9 ! the ah wealth. It Is strictly to citizens arc Invited to como together as how to best promote take counsel Kentucky's material interests in oil Its branches, whether agricultural, finanmincial, manufacturing, mercantile, ing or timber. Gov. Bradley will be temporary chairman and Hon. C. J. Bronston will deliver an address, while distinguished speakers from all over subthe Stato are on the program with and general imporjects of practical Col. tance Tho committee of whichmakes W. Ycrkes Is chairman, John efthis appeal: Let us make a united to keep Kentucky abreast of tho fort most enterprising and favored of the States of the Union. Let us come together to discuss the best use to make of the advantages which we possess, and give out the information as to those advantages to the whole country, to 60 that tho knowledge may redound her prosperity an increaso In her wealth and In thrifty population. s, Tho condition of Mrs. J. C. S. Black. TllEHK is nn effort by somo of tho Is slow leaders to side track tho burn, which has been critical, democratic I v n wrt I n ft THE INTERIOR JOURNAL mnnnv nlixatlnn fnr antl-trU- tt and ftDtl t. u ..1.1- that MO haIoods Id Haiti- ...,....-: Imperialistic plank, uuhubio is nam succeeding. Tho more will clo,e In preference to paving May 26, 1899 ly a possibility of It. Is In session at St Un ItAAnan tY. Stanford. Ky., N'ntlonal commlttco John Southern, of l'aducah, l wantLouis, formulating plans for 1P00. ed for shooting and wounding his wife W. P. WALTON. POLITICIANS AND P0LT1CS, In a tit of Jealousy. Parents at Kvansvlllc, Ind., let their will speak Hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan child starve to death because they were second annual ComTUB approaches May HI. ask for help. wide- at Glasgow, mercial convention Is creating Lou- - 0. Allfson Holland.a Blackburn man, too proud to Tho supreme courtof Indlnnadeolde. Legislature In spread Interest. It Is to bo held in was nominated for the that no baso ball games shall bo pla) ed levllIoMayana-- an In that State on Sundays. uov. sayors gigncu mo xcf.ua tho circular eni out u " ot Thrco men were blown to pieces by Is solely for the promotion nW) ilKOes IntoeiToct January trusl the exnloslon of a tank of nitro welfare of our Common- - ... material ., 1 - Winchester Demo, O. P. Huffman bought of F. K. Trlb-bl- o a bunch of hogs at 3c and of T. J, Hill sotco butcher stuff at .lie. J. II. Sympson has put his nice pair of horses In E. P. Faulconcr's hands at Danville with Instructions to sell. Jones A-- Holllday sold n Jennet for jack for $S0 and a $77, a yearling Jack for $110 -- Winchester tho 10th of June crat. THE- - LoiiiSsllle Store Prices at Half and Under. ! ld Sun. ; nun-boar- .11, ,m I A court decree gives tho Pullman In Palaco Car Company live year Pullwhich to dispose of the town of man. Tho annual conference of state Health Boards Is In session at bass. Va. Sixteen States arc repreH. V. Rives, of Lebanon, has had sented. . Editor Soramers. of the Ellrabcthtown The Southern Presbyterians adopted dloal by News, arrested for criminal libel In be S. II. STONE, auditor of Kentucky a resolution warning Its ministers to democratic damphoolish-nes- connection with tho Soramers-Gravmarrying runaway accident and cautious about has announced for governor, mak- bribery case. couples. fight for the empThe Philippines customs receipts for Tho $100,000 saw mill at Radburn, ing a ty honor of a nomination for thatofflcc. four months to April 30 amounted to Breathitt county, was destroyed by tiro. In Cuba for four months It was owned by the Chemung Canal As he Is backed by Gov. Bradley, Col. $1,701,000. and Editor Sam Roberts., he is they were W,44:i,oyJ; Porto RIcan, same Bank, of New York. Yerkcs pretty sure to get tho nomination, not- period, 81S1.12S. Tho shows of Sells Bros., Adamd withstanding Deboe'a effort to make it Tho Advocate says public sentiment Forepaugh and J. A. Bailey, all MeKIn-lcy- 's Is so evenly divided In Boylo It is hard appear that his man Taylor Is Into one, will make a tour of In a conversation with to tell who has tho majority for gov L'.inlfv thU summer. candidate. a leading republican tho other day ho ernor, though Goebel has a great deal Mrs. Charles Hutihlson, of Pent, profit somewhere In the neighborhood, ii ki said that he believed that Judge A. larger louowing man goniu crcuii. uim Ind., has just put her fifth husband out It is said, of $10 As from the cross I... -- YinMlntr hltntO llCUth Rollins Burnam was the only man that with profit of $50, no is estimated todlsbursu could win if nominated by the republiOur circuit iudsres and Common-- 1 ck ia nlvfl vears old $20 for wages, it can readily be- seen cans for governor. "What about .pnatlh'j altnfnnv trill ftnftn VlA mlttlnir! The L. & N. won Its suit for $1M,000 what the elimination of tho PrattV" was asked. "He isn't In It. In In a plea for Increase of salary, upon ovno-4tolls tiatd the Pennsylvania would mean to thousands now employhe the ground that they are working over 1SU2-- 1, his section and in tho blue-gra- ss bridge company at Louisville In ed through Its agpnev " run well, but in tho mountains lltnnfn BPiMirlnir tho nardon of the Kofnm ihn courtof appeals might where our vote Is, and where the peo- criminals whom they succeed in con The Mutual Life lnsuranco Company It is proposed to brlr.jj home from ple must know the man, ho couldn't vlctlng. Louisville Times vn.ir ha been issulni; Insur Cuba, for burial in their native land, In .avnPriA Of CnO carry the strength of the party." HI,, Unmln CaaaAon. nf HnntlpPAOn. I ai near the remains of the victims In the fa. .111....j -.1I.1..a am bu.ium,mus.m. From which wo Implied that Pratt is wuu is a cauuiuttm iui Biinniilnliinilafil I thousand million 01 uuimio. mous Vlrginlus affair, where the caprepublitoo nice a man for the average of public Instruction, lays claims to the George Murpny, iuu jn;tu"-. tain, a crew ot 30 and 10 other were or Kentucky press robber, arrested In Louisville, can. support of the democrats captured on the American ship Viron the grounds that she Is tho only made a full confession and was sent to ginia in November of 1673, near Sanstated which of the AS it is not woman In tho State, married or unmar- jail in default of $1,500 bond. tiago, placed in line, and shot to death French duelists contended that Hamlet ried, who Is oast 30 years of age. A swindler giving his name as Chas. under color of military condemnation. -- .. fat ttnri which that he was lean, we WarIn all Senator Goebel's career as a Stono. victimized a number of The brutal murder of these men was are unable to determine by the result legislator, every vote cast by him rings H. saw citizens and married and deserted one of the worst crimes in the world's was lat of the rencounter whether he peoo citizen. clear as a bell on the side of the daughter of a history, and Spain's fall to ruin, degor lean. We only know that It baran ple. Without a single exception, he the Tho price of all grades of bananas has radation and bankruptcy is but a just Is now essaying the Bernhardt, who orgone been raised In Loutsllle, amounting to judgment. Senator Money, of Mitels-sipp- l, ho has 6tood with them In victory, role, represents Hamlet as ho down with them in defeat. It Is such two or three cents a dozen at retail, has introduced a bill in congress . II must have been thin, very thin, chamnlon as this. and about 25 per cent, on the bunch. -"',, providing- for the bringing home of the too, too soi a he did say, "Oh that this a8ked '0 crU8h. During tho thunder storm Sunday remains and for their proper burial In n"h wnnld melt." Sarah has none to Glasgow Times night tho lightning struck tho largo this country, and the bill should pita. melt or otherwise dlsposo of. She is Harry Welsslnger, who was promi- tobacco and rehundllng barn of T. D. skin and bones, mostly the latter. It has been frequently stated that the nent nmnnc the sound money demo - Gray, near Falrvlew, destroying the In 1890. will Introduce Mr. Bryan building and $75,000 worth of tobacco. prince of Wales never loe his temper, .. .s.. ,v,o l nnia- i.t although he must frequently feci anduring the meeting Dr. Dohcrty read a paper before tho villo Dispateh champions tho cause of at the auditorium League. medical society, in which he said that gry. One day a jouug lord, who was who spent so much time of tho Ohio Valley Bimetallic Mr. Hardin, Louis-vill- o an ardent republican, said to him: "Sir, will there are over 4,000 people In Inducing democrats to subscribe to the He believes that tho trust question Issue In the next campaign use of opium or have you ever thought of the possibility addicted to the .i ,n .I.., it hnL its liL'ht on Mr be the vital Is the man to lead morphinn. Ho pointed out that one of Great Britain becoming a republic, Goebel is both unfair and out of keep- and that Mr. Brvan and j our losing both title and Income?" anti-trutight. could go to a drug storo and get all tho ing with tho duty of a paper which - tho of Georgia, mado morphine he wanted, but could not buy "Yea, I have," answered the prince. Ex Gov. Northen. claims to desire the success of the dem"And have you thought v hat ou would . speech In Boston that seems to havo a nickel's worth of alcohol. -i.a -.ocraui! par., u.c. . no nnvniiriMiiiTUL- ui I u ... Hnn,,l Tho supreme court of tho U. S. ad- do?" persisted the joungIord. "Why, ii- - surruu ui wiu """-'- ) " "i""," any man. The paper Is not uoing in his Stato and said: journed Monday for the term. During yes," mid the prince, with perfect good self any good or Mr. Hardin either, by tho lynchtngs "There would always be a In my Judgment, as tho esslon tho court disposed of 510 nature. its petty attacks on another candidate' "Negro politics, during reconstruction and con- - cases, leaving 302 cases on thu docket. chance to lecture in America." The I tauBht for coverno- -. r tlnued to the present day, aro rcsonsi- - At tho close of tho last previous term prince would prov e a "puller" over here, sure enough. Frank- - ki0 or raost 0 th0 blood that has been THE return of Gov. Bradley to tho docket contained 313 cases. The hinges on tho prUon eptllca, tho outrages that havo been adjournment so early was to let the When the new curfew ordinance fort relloves the " perpetrateu anu ine borrows niui. mu judges, who are paid $10,000 a year, at went Into effect at Vlneland, N. J., a doors of a great ueai oi cn ' como lo tne whites and tho Negroes of tend to their private business. few night ngo the result w as that ever) Louisville Commercial, rep. Very true, ttio Soutn. une course oi tuo ixurmen. but you didn't nave tne pruw ; An amphitheatre mat win ucnpsu one, old and young, turned out to sec terize tho extra work In tho way It de - 1)res9s resPonslblo for much of tho ,,, Vpuimalan Coliseum of Rome will the fun. A burlcsquo parade was got serves to bo. If a democrat were to 'remalnder. Tho South Is 1 white man's b(J conblructed on the luko iront in up in which the mayor, couucllmcn and render laws and tne pun.biiiuu.ik ui country, and it will never bo delivered nhll,.rn ,.u summer. Thcdimenslons tho president of the Woman's Christian crime nugatory, as Gov. Worthlngton over to Negroes, whatever tho power of th Jumboof umphltheutres will be Temperance union were represented has, you would rUo on your hind legs and Influence brought to bear to force j 200 feel )onK t,y ;oO feel wide, and Its ly ludlcruos dummies. Ilojs broke ) this fearful end." and howl loudly and long. seating capacity will bo an even 100,- into the high school and toled the bell, This from a speech ol Candiduto Har- - q a immense arena will bo erected, nnd opened defiance was given to the in. ..num thnt Gov. Uradtev and his din is tho superlatlvo of egotism: unJ Kttmes 0f every description known local police, so great Is the opposition beautiful stall did somo drinking while "The people are for me, not for n l0 alhletlcs will bo given. 'Iho arena to the curfew. t m,Bttjinnoi?a and after 10 o'clock at personally, but for the cauo which I j wjjj h(J jn piajn vow 0f every seat. aJliVWiViYniViViWiiVWiWiViViiiiHiiVit night at that. A dispatch says that tho represent. Tneir interest in my success LAND AND STOCK. CTYLISH, RELIABLE?. Mountain Club, where they got their Is oven creater than my own. I know "5 ARTISTIC- blttors, has been Indicted for Belling that ray defeat, no matter by what Tjitimrln brought 810.000 at tho S Recommended by Lcsitlng liquor after 10 1 M., and tho wholo means accomplished, and no matter A sales 3 Drettmahtrt. Pleased shooting match has been summoned to who was nominated, would bo regarded Morris Park S they Always Perrin k Pence bought yesterday appear as witnesses, tho world over as an abandonment of 700 at 0c. dozon s tho cause I represented four years ago, , i i Cynic, a 30 to I horso, won tho 3rd " it bertbe dy l ,M lt wou,d raco at Latonla Wednesday. Gov. Worthlngton to find -. -Ho '"" ' wrongly convicted. There aro live stables of trotters and of convicts ' "' ' pacers In training at Danville. found a man this week who had been in Abraham Haramon'sfannof lOOucres tho penitentiary for 11 years for u mur:N0NU BETTER AT ANY I'RICE BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. committed, accoidlng ; near Versailles was sold at $80.25. pitl" n ' ' ' " ""F dor that another :.C c rr ivtittli nlnlh. Imud Sun, bought In tho West confession Powoll ti Harper keep lbm Mn4 Four prisoners broko jail at Lexlng to his alleged death-be- d 5 II, iilriKKl " l d ut 10 ut tuiup " Knd several bunuhc of hog ut 3c, - AJil'ttt ygur n.irc.lctnltlm ntcivl. McClurg won tho Derby at Latonla COMPANY, IT Is announced that there will bo no ( guecn vclorla celebrated her 80th : THE McCALL wine, beer or whisky at tho Bryan i,irlhday Wednesday, i; 13810 I4CW. Ulkalnit, NY(k in 2:30, li miles. Vulue to winner, !S Lou- uRiticn orru-- i i uanquct ut Foun'uln Ferry Park, Th(J jjci10ltts county grand jury : 189 mill Ave., Chlcajjo, and 1., ban :S 1051 Market Two cows and calves, Juno 2d, und many who had n(11(.tcj 2l ,)orBOUS for violating thu fish lsvlllo, Foil SaLK. .n .1... I... di iiw, litdlnir . lOOKLU lorwuru l" i" ,. good fumlly horse und three steer. laws Is interest In It. Flnchvlllo.' Shelby ..county. ... bald to Mark Hardin. " . ... I. Morris Fred bought of H. T. Hurrl. ui a ugui, ,i, uwvbb r. ikiiiuiawaiw ,i..i.ii hi. .In... Gov. tmvo -- ) case oi siiiaii-KjII. F. Powoll und John Truylor u lot of form ii.i iir urvimiH1"" iwKiiiitlv ili'i'llni'il to n.ir. v r '"-- " Tho Phutnlx Hotel at Lexington will wheat ut)8o. don a murderer John I). Young, Jr : llrUlileit Alazaiine I'ublltbcd U. K. West, of ( Inelnnatl, bought muko Improvements itmountlng Jo J'Utrt. of Bath county, who btands couvlcted :Stoni.r llejil(ul COO cattle of I'oom St Kmbry, III Jessa$2il,000. rvh- Iu S of killing Pliny Fussott, u relative In $1,000 ut Kultu-w- u mine, ut 4iu. A Negro was held nlitllnevtrr :;Al"'il li 4f piemium. lei I111U Sluiiiir Wi 11 jill aii tVm ftiinlutl men uru bulni.' fired ! for attempting to kUs an cstlmablu Tho Harlem grand stand und stable ( .1 uik i"on i"l ikr piuc burned at a loss of $100,000. Tho horse ixilico force ut Lexington, while woman ihn S uuwln a VH V.Y. I'alUia. mode u narrow escupe. Squire Burt, 103 years old und u $AiUim TIIKMcCALL CO.. but It will not avail. From what wo can now offering 5i cent for Dealer aro S il lo 146 W, 14th St., Ntw York the Covington wan will ifol the eran of three wars, died at hi hoino( lumbs to bo delivered from the 1st to mmnNmnnnttNMNHN near Owenloo. delegation from Fayette. Rich-raond, cs three-cornered com-blneJ 1 sanctified Methodist preacher has been nominated lor beuator in tne Morchcad district. Tho Glaiow Times says that but three of Hardin's plcturesare displayed there. Samo hero. Iowa prohibitionists havo nominated a Stato ticket, with W. Atwood, of Esthcrvllle, at tho head. Gov. Bradley Is back at his post at Frankfort, where It Is hoped ho will remain till his tlmo Is up. New York's Stato Senate appropriated $75,000 for expenses In celebrating the return of Admiral Dowcy. Benjamin F. Clark, United States consul at l'ernarabuco, died on his way home and his body was burled at sea. ElVesldent Clova 11 d broke the record for bass catching at Middle Bass, O. Ho pulled In 125 pounds of fish, while Capt Bob Kvans caught 45 A Davie, county us t MornmUh. man, had his wlfo and on the charge of arson. of E. W. Cole, a wealthy citizen Nashville, dropped dead In tho corridor of tho Cth Avenuo Hotel, New York. EngTho Grand Central railroad, of land, has placed an order for 20 locomotives with nn American concern. Henry Borclng. ot Columbus, O, attempted suicide when told that his son had been seen drinking In a saloon. Now York and Chicago promoters are trying to organize a chair factory trustwith capital of $50,000,000 or $60,000,w ."" - - '7 000. (JUltijf. OiiroflVrlngslhU week will siipass all iirevloiia cir.iri. In Value for $12,450. Kxccptlonnl Values. for Beazley Bros , bought of Silas An- store U nlw) hendipiartcrs derson 50 barrels of corn at $1,115 delivered, and of B. K. Wearen 100 bushels of oats at 40c. Ambro-- c Clayton sheared two sheep i'at week, tho fleece of which weighed They were Cotswolds, and 37 pound. PnlilfsclicllShreling, lie. tho fleece of the buck pulled tho beam 10-Unl.k'srhvdMicctiiiB, ic at 20 pounds, and tho ewe at 17 Gins-goYard Wide Jlmvy llrown Cotton, 4c Tiroes. Ysrii Wide lllcnclii'd (ion,4Jc. Mann & Fuhrmun yesterday shipped Yard Wide I'nhlrai'hrtl Cotton, 3jc. to Floyd & Harland. of Columbus, Ysnl Wide I'crcnle, lx. Tcnn , tho finest car of years. mules thut havo left Bourbon for l-2They were all mares und cost $100 c. each -- Paris News. Swift A-- Co. say "wo could afford to This wrrk only ftje. KvcrylKidy knows what Hope Cotlon without the meat accept tho Ticket nnd Fruit of Ihe Imiiu Coltmi, Co. lindttlo bo nblc 13 command a hand-som- e and still While l!cd8preds4Sc. profit. The proof of this stateLadies' Oniiro Vrt. 3 for 10c. ment Is Interesting. A good stoer.lt Is UdUV Illaik lloe, 5c. estimated, will con a fanner $20 to Smnnirr Corsets, -- 4c. raise before ho sells It. For tho ako Short Waists, bluo and pink Corset, onlf 60e. of illustration, it may be said that the pays him $.15 for tho animal, packer which makes his profit $15, and tho Investment of the packer $35 An estiLadies' DrvM Mtirtn. ("?c to $C. of mate places the subsequent I.vllcV l'atenl Tip Shot", llntton or Lace. 76c. tho steer by tho packer a follows: Iiilirb Patent Tip Otfoul, only .'iOc. From the meat and compound of meat, Mcn'a Huckle 1'low Sbte, only 75c. $l0;from the hide.halr.borns and hoofs, $25; from the fats, blood, sinews nnd bone, $15; from nil other waste, $15, or and $15 received from tho Men' good Cotton Pant, 3c. $40 from tho meat, a total of $N on an Men's Haute shirts, 15c, investment of $."15, or n gross profit of Mcn'a good L'ntilenchcd Drill Drawers, I'm. $50, from which aro to be deducted all Men's Cra.li P alK, Kc. Men's Crti Oap. '.' V tho charges for freight, agent, plant, Men's Negligee Shirt, detachable collar und cull, only iV Vk inity. olllces etc , leaving the packer's net 0-- 1 4 l'-w Tho Piatt City. Mo., Landmark says thnt Wm. Elgin, of that county, has sold 151 mules In the pat seven weeks TWn Here are a Few Specimens of this Week's Offerings. 2,000 Yds. Calico, 3 (lrn i. K oj LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, '48c. men's suits From $2.98 (o 525.00. ..!. nf - Full Line of Mens', Boys', Ladies' and Children's Hats. In llolh Straw and Goods. iMn't fail to look throiiKh our line ol Carpet, Mattings and I.iicc Curtain. v. tiA I I The Louisville Store. The Gheat HoJie In Ton T.D. IIANKY, Manaccr, Branch storca at Kliiabethtown. l'.lkton, )wrnlr , filielhrt ille, Versailles, llarda-towIlopklnaville, MadUonvIlle, MorRanlield (Jeorcelown Kv , larViiTllc. Trnn. n, well-to-d- ",, Just Think o lame assortment of roc from aljlhu More of A I Of It. 'h -"- - Wall Paer at 1c, 5c, 5e 7c ami pr Mil ;io select frt A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, cumjirtent Wu also hang Wall Paper at 5c jwr ndl by tho eryltliiiiK In the mt men and rarrv ev. Paint, Glass and BrushgBusiness. lateu ty!,. Pictures Framed to orJar on ahort notlco In how )ou can anvu niniev Xo. .i'li Telephone No. ViX (,iu M iu a rail ami 'mm ' jj st ilni , lUrn.ll,., Ky. ,,.. .... Something Spnrklliiu Kitillarating, IlefrwhliiB - cumm from Soda!Fountain On every turn of the v.ilvo You will soon learn how ilrllcious of thu many drinks wo prepare is. in as ciili And you will noon Irani thut our sod pure and wholesome a perfect and great enru tan miiku it. Penny's Drug Store. &c. ...B l?r ll'-J- m Z iS" ' I I Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Tho pHlntliiR season is here. We with to rail your nit in I in to the fact llmt we keep the Ilest Heady Mixed Pulntu, Oils, Vainin'ie, UruBSet, Ac., in tliu marktt. f J t1.1 .K0 ?c - MS CALL Ifflk TOILET ARTICLES ! Ac, is complete, Our lino of Toilet Articles, such as Tniih lSru.h.H. Hair I!n h ie, ( o nb K.iam ' and of the ery hist ijuality. '' carefully coiiiounilvil fro-- tl,0 Purest and Pest ilruin PRESCRIPTIONS Price reasouahle. We toiiiit jour patiotiatfe. Patterns Jr-1 :- W CRAIG o St HOOKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo $U,-02- 5. 1 ii 1 -- ... x, MS CALLS MAGAZINE mk White Lead, Linseed Oil, Heady Mixed Paints for all l'iir,sH Q o o o Wall Paper and Alabastine 8oM for the I.OWKST CASH in o o o I'rlec. O vet-gath- er W. B. McROBBRTS. r ? oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o r- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Thosk who hnvo mot MUi Isabolla New drop stitch hosiery for ladles. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Halloy's charming guest, Mlsi F.dlth John P. Jones. John Wayne, aged 72, und Mrs. Sal- of Chicago, penk in tbo blirh-- 1 (Griggs, Ily Insuring In the Old Ilelisbtc A Ht'CKi'.YB Mower at a bargain at He Harrington, 78, wero married at est tcrra of her. Mav 26, 1899 Rifted mentally an She seems to bo ns Warren A Shnnks'. Ky., Stanford. Tazewell, Tenn. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, the li beautiful of A Corrydon, Ind., man waa awarded face and figure. Tky the Safe Hog Cholera Cure for AMZI 1)01)1), President. .'0u ngalnst his mother-in-lafor AsseU, Market Value, f07.090.G02.40; Surpltn, 15,394,180.71. snlo at CralR ft Hocker'i. E. C. Walton, Husinkhs Manaokii. LOCAL HAPPENINGS." alienating his wife's affections. $10,000 Ordinary Life Plan, sge fl5, in tho Mutual Ucneflt, Annual Premium $200.00 At Arcadia, Ind., Chas. Hutchinson lf.000 It'll Client. Hcfrlgcratorii and Cool' Mutual Life, N. Y. " " Piano for tale. Just tuned. Chcnti. I278.&0 sniix Watf.ii. loo cold, mire and .fc ShunkV. was shot by his wife and killed. They IO,0()0 ers cheap at Warren '' ' " Northwestern, J270.5O most refreshing at Penny' Drug Store, j W. A. Carton had quarreled. Ho was her fifth " "" " " HO.OfK "' Tilt' Ixmb. mktnltn1. fAMlll! n Oil wtthlI " " New York Life, 1281.10 Ht'U Finish for klllinR potbto bugs SOMirriil.vo now In neckwear for la- " care, iklll and accuracy Insure Rood tlO.000 " u " BpiltaVc, 281.10 and curcullo of nil kinds. W. H Mc William Jayncs, of Chicago, has just rcsultii. No other methods are over Ulc nl John r. Jones'. TM Mutual Hcncfit Policy ha Cash Value, Iian Value. Paid Roberts. used In our prescription work. Penny's married the third sister. His first wife Up Insurance, and Kxtemled h Ipsnrancc tbst works automatically. Dividends are DirrxMNu of seven rooms on Moln Drugstore. Dit. H. GoLDSTKIN, the optlcIan,wlll died, tho second secured a divorce, but payable at the beginning of the second, and of each spcceedlng year, and mny bo us- Street for salo or renL W. P. Walton." only be at the Myers House till Satur tho third was wlillne to elvo him a cu i" reimte ireiiiiuins or increase mo insurance . PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. l'.very member olllio Mutual llenelit Is sure of fair, liberal treatment under AM. trial. STHAWliKititms In bulk and Mason's day afternoon. See him at once If yon clrcunitnnces, and no mailer money's InsurMils. T. A. liter, went to Louisville Tho presentation to a soldier of a ance, for it In all put down In what happen ho will tret hi POLICY worth IninformaHlack nnd White "I.N TUB " For jars to can them In nt Hcazlcy St Car- need Rlasscs. yesterday. . bouquet of 'llowcrs resulted In n marri- tion or rates apply lo IC W Smllh A Co., Slate Agents, 342 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky-o"ANY news In Dauvllle ?" was asked age Tuesday, when Mlnnlo Todd Mish MAItY VaIINON Is vliltlnR In ter's. r If. B. MAHONY, Ky. Ioxlngton. Hoos. If your hots nre not healthy of Mr. S. V, Howland,who was en route tho wifo of Charles Picraon, a Itr.V. W. M. IluiTT spent several try some of CmIr A-- Hoekcr's Safe Hor to Pittsburg. "None except that the New Yorker, who Is a soldier in tho (episcopalians have taken the town and reRular army. Plerson passed through days at Harrodsburg. Cure. J. II. SowiiHlt, the real estate man, IlltODHCAD has only one Son of Ham. arc holding it without molestation" he Pino UlufT, Ark., last summer en route Is back from a trip KasL to Cuba. Tho bouquet wns tossed Into Only a few colored pcoplo have over resondcd. .s a car crowded with soldiers. Plerson Miss Salmi: Dl'iiukkau Is back lived there. TriU'lN. A telephone mesuge from Irom visit to Livingston. seemed it, and among the llowcrs ho Hlchmond says that 'Squire N'. II, Tur-pi- n orders with' Mrs. IC. P. Miller Hits. J. C. Hcxil.Kand J. S. Wells, of found a card bearing Miss Todd's adwas elected county judge of Madifor llRht bread und beaten biscuit. dress. Photos wero exchanged and a Danville, were hero yosterday. son to succeed tho late Judge P. II. Mlts. M. A. PllKM'H, of Madison, Is Harriet Sailor. betrothal followed, resulting ns above. Sullivan. There were half a dozen the guest of Mrs. II. C, Hooker. IlilAit In mind the sulu of the Hrod- NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Mits. Fannii: OittxN, of Maysltck, head Holler Mills next Monday, They is vIsltlnR Mrs. John S. HurIics. Co. H, Attention. You are corHoward Wilson shot and ladly will likely ro nt a barRaln. Miss Minnii: Waokiib, of Hlchdially Invited to be present on Tuesday, wounded his brother-in-laAnd all ldnds of FAKMINO IMPLEMENTS. Ellas mond, Is with Mrs. W. II. Shanks. May .10, at o'clock a. M., anu partici- Hiker, near Wi: have a few gasoline and oil Somerset. has Improved stoves wo Mlts. ANNIkLahlk.V are closinR out at cou and pate In the exercises of the day. You A postolllce has been established at her residence on Kast Main Street. are expected to be In full uniform. W. Slusher, Hell county, and A. P. Slush-c- r less than cost. Illggins A McKlnney. MIL Ilr.IONU IlK'i:, Oov. Taylor's H. Penny, captain. appointed postmaster. private secretary, accompanied hlro. AS even half dozen Danville Negroes Mrs. Curt Keltner, of Adair, found by Mrs. Mattlo V Klrby TllK recital o Mlts. MAHY J. MlLLKit rocs to wero placed In lull here last nlRht for nnd the snpper by the Turncrsvillo la- in the gizzard of a turkey ber husband's today to visit Mrs. J. S. Wells. drunken and disorderly conduct, dles at tho school-hou-there, will oc- scarf pin ho lost several months ago. Miss Sim: Woods will leave today to They will bo tried today. Misses Pattlo Nichols, Sarah Cecil night, 27th. Tho enter- cur tomorrow attend commencement at MlllersburR the admls- - and Fleccle Hoslpy received the gradA I'ATKXT was Issued Tuesday to talumont will bo Diiyk, of Piiirrrv Miss Alio: Is vIsltlnR Miss LucllcCoopcr. Hcnjamln F. Kout, assignor of one-- no" small and the object worthy. Co. uating honors at Caldwell College at Danville this year. Mlts. J. M.McCauty, of Klngsvllle, half to M. P.. Hewitt, Stanford, incan Two Stoiiks. P. M. Wuro now has Vanarsdall Hros., of Harrodsburg, of Mrs. W. II. O'Han-no- descent electric lamp fixture. was the guest two stores In McKlnney, having bought have n contract to supply tho governC.MT. W. J. Stonk, the man who out the interest of his partner, Theo ment with 10,000 walnut rillc stocks MISS I.UCIi: ClIANCELLOU Is vIsltWhi'eyonr spring cleaning is going on let ti show yon something that will beaurisked his life and lo- a Icr for tbo dore Wesley, In their drug business within the next 30 day. lnR the Misses C.rlnstead at Mlllerscause ho loved, will speak hero Tues- Mr. J. II. Vanhook, who Has been in Old man Worthlngton did not have tify your room in the way of handsome burR. Mil John D. Hoiiton Is back from day afternoon next. Come and bear thodrugbusincs9 there for many years, Me gall to pardon Wm. Todd, a life wilt manage the store termer from Madison, but he commut the American University at Harrlman, him. Tenn. Tin: sale of Mrs. C. J. IUlley's prop- ed his sentence to .'10 years. TllKltK was hardly ever such a crop Hit. I. S. WAItllllN, of somerset, was Tho trustees of the Danville colored of strawberries or of llnerquallty. They erty will begin at '2 1. M. on Saturday thoRiic.tof his brother, Hon. II. C. are belnR brought to town by tho wagon afternoon next, May 27lb, on Lancas- common school arc making efforts to Warren. raise money enough to buy the old 'oac'' oul "tlli command i"ic a gallon, ter street. The terms will be Mlts. J. W. ADAMS Is . In Islington cash and notes for tho residue due Jan. Dunvlllo Theological Seminary build "" ' " , ,h iu..l.ldo of her daughter. Mrs. J. 1, 1000, without Interest, will bo re- ing for school purioses. Gap, T. Hutcher. Mrs. Tim Todd, of Boone' Lancastkh was chosen ns the meet- quired for tho balance. Juinik M. D. HUismis came over ing place of tho Slate G. A. H. In UKX), drank water in which matches had been with u party of Lancastrians last night nnd S. D. Vani'elt, of Danville, was TllK McKlnney team, composed of soaked, but she I still alive. Her grown men and large ones, such as neighbor, Mr. Kllza Collins, killed to hear Taylor. elected one of the delegates to tho NaOeorgo Alford, came here Wednesday herself In that way a few days ago. Mils. Jank IIallbw and Miss Bessie tional Kncampment at Philadelphia. of Garrard, aro vIsltlnR Mrs. und after u slow game with the Stan Hurnslde. J. H. Hobbs, of Clay county, who was John W. Hout. Tilt: Wilson murder caso is dragging ford team, all boys, showed up with 14 serving u sentence of 10 year for man We sell The lloyal Worcester Corsets. The "Dowager" for stout ladies can't Mil K. W. Smith, of Norfolk, Va Its weary length along at London, only scores whllo tho Stanford made US. slaughter, was pardoned. Hobbs killed Tho Husionvlllo club will come here Hiram Helton at Manchester In 1810 Is hero en route to Tennessee to clulm two or three witnesses yet belnR examhis bonnlc bride. ined. The Echo say the enso will Saturday and try their hands srith our and wub sent up in October, 1691. Kd Johnson, the son of J. F. Johnson, boys again. Mlts. T. Lovi: I.11.LAUD will enter-,- i occupy the time the rest of the court. Inim 3 to.1) at her hand M. a hardware merchant at Lawrence-burHOUSK Hi'KNKD Tho resldonce on n was running down some steps Stkkkoiticon views of tho some country home. war are being Riven at the old Luvl Hubble farm near Shelby when he slipped and fell, striking the W. POWKLL and daughter, Mil J. City, owned and occupied by George S. side of hi head, Instantly making him Miss Kdna, of tho West Knd, were In churches In this county by Corporal L. L. Halchard. lato of tbo 3rd Tcnncsseo Shelby burned at noon yesterday with totally blind. us Wednesday. to see a good portion of It contents. Tbo Capt. W. K. Oldham, father of Mrs. GO TO THE MKHDAMI-- S MCD. UOYALTV and W. regiment, and he Is belnR liberally roof was discovered on lire by a farm Gov. Jame P. Kagle, of Arkansas; T. Miller, of MlddloburR, paid this hand and It Is supposed to have caught Mr. W. H. Miller, and Dr. I. B. Old-baolllco a call tho other day. TlinComraerclul ClubU Investigat- from a spark. Mr. Shelby had $1,C00 of Madison, and atone tlmeonetf HON. H. C. WaIIKKN Is ono of the Midline ing the practicability of agitating tho Insurance In tho Kentucky Grower at the largest farmer of hi section, died counsel for tho defense In the uestlon of u graded school here. There Lexington. of paralysis, aged 75. munler caso at Ml Vernon. Is nothing like Rood school to fill up a fatally Walter Mcllbargue wu CAIT. L H. PAItSONS and wife, of town and tho I. TllK managers, Messrs. Hcazley und J. will champion Junction, spent several days Charlc Shot-wel- l, following wounded by Ibanon Menefee, announce that the any move to the end. at Corbln. At tho same time a with his mother at Kowland. young ladles huve entered tho elocuGkoikii: Mkssus.J. Hoym: and It Is retried that another paper Is tionary contest to bo held here June 10: by stander wa shot through the arm. of of Llbortv, were hero on legal to be started here, ExorIcnce Is a Hlchmond, Miss Mary Coyle; Danville, Mcllbargue, under the Inlluence dear teacher, but it is a Rood one. It Miss Lillle Hnbards; Gurrurd county, liquor, cut James Shotwoll, who struck S& business nnd took In the lecturo. Calicoes 3c, Fust colored Lawns 3c, Good Matting 10c ya d. Miss Mahii: Wakiikn baa returned seems to tiuvo been demonstrated to the Miss KUino Hiutt; Mt. Vernon, Mis Mcllbargue over tho heud, fracturing satisfaction of. sensible men ut least, (da May Adams; Georgetown College, his skull. fron a delightful visit to Mrs. Dr. Improved In that but one pajtor can bo run even Miss' In Atlanta, much Hcrtle James; Stanford, Miss The Cumberland Presbyterian passhealth. half way successfully here. Tevls Carpenter, und Caldwell College, ed a i evolution practically pledging the spent Caiu-kntkMks. A. W. Dunn. The State College with her daughter, member to vote with the prohibition Dkcouation Day. Tho committee Miss Serena Hoy's Waists that sold for 25c, 50c und Jl In abundance at 10c lo at lo prepare for decoration day, which at Loxlngton will have a representative party. Wilson Carenter, Miss Mamie whoso name will be announced later, t 10c nnd 25c only, few siies left. occurs next Tuesday, has selected tho Martlnolll, tho pope's leArchbishop Hlchmond. ufter-noo- n following young ludle to arrange the gate will visit Kentucky for the first A wry lurge crowd enjoy TAYLOIL Miss Jkssii: CooK leaves this e llowers, who are requested to meet ut ed Gov. H. is. Taylor for Nashville to attend the lecture on time on June 7, on tho occasion of tho Cook, Vurrcn .V Shank' store that day at 10 of her brother, S. Tllden "Love, Laughter und Song" last night Golden Jubilee at Gethsemanl Abbey. o'clock: Misses Father Huron, Sudlo and oven thoso who cumo from Mt. who Is very HI. 50c Dress Good, black and colors, Bt only 10c, Ug V$ Jt'lKJB and Mits. M. CSACFLKYCn- Kilts, Kettle DoHord, Mlnnlo Munday, Vernon, Danville. Liberty, Lancaster, Fine Silk for Waists nt 30c, in...i rim-- . Tuvlorat supper, with Linda Miller, Flora Hullou, Susie Long, Hustonvllle, McKlnney and other Pleated Chitlons at 50c, sp dls-- ., Is a Anno Shanks, Annie Alcorn, Hello places, felt that they worn, amply WI other friends. Tho governor Come and Fee us we will mako you glad. Denny, Annie McKlnney nud Marguret repaid ror their time and outlay. The mlatlvoof Mrs. Saulloy. As r.xecutors t Sin. Catherine J. Ilallcy, Noel. Ilev. J. II. Crouch will lead the governor I u prince of entertainers wa will on MihsOlim: Woodson, of St. Mo., Is with Miss Fannie Shanks devotional exercites und Messrs. J. W. una dm new .ecture i an improvement May 18991 during her Alcorn, P. M. .Mclloberu and J. H. and tho many friends mado UlUd VI IMP WlMWl frl 1U UAWVIIUdV UiJtPl I Hush will deliver addresses. It I a It a lino word painting of love, Inter- - On the premises, ,ell ut nubile outcrv t lio vl.lt aro delighted to see hor. last f.illnulnir nul oatutu limuimrlM of Stanford! a two MissCai.i.u: Hoiiton, after Hurrl- - decoration ullku for tho Confederate as mingled with song und laughter-provokinTlrst. 11 acres and s poles f tlio Louisville and well as the Federal dead. .un tn justiiri) oil West side of Lnneii-.tcstories, many of thorn new and Hike, udlolnlnc enjoyed, lot ofMro. K. I'. Tenn.. which shogreatly old one so well told that thoy ap- , 1lllr. man, M Mi:n. Judge J. II. Lair und W. tho place In tbls olllco. 1, buck In her A. II. Davis, acting a special deputies, peared so. A new and good ono was I Second. II ucres, 2 roods uud J7 liolt" 01 iiiniii udjolnlng lot No. 1. CiiAiti.n:jMinrALV, of oamo down from Mt. Vornou yesterday ubout un old preucher who bad run out rivul nf SUIUO ud- Tlilr.l. 13 iun. mid Thomas Metcalf.of Plnovlllo, by order of J udgo Morrow and summon- of money and provision, when hi joining lot No. 2 nud P. J. Kmiirv. and John and Mrs. Thomas J. embrace all the land on three lots grandson of Mr. ed the following Lincoln county men to member gladdened hi heart by visit- - I .These of Luncttstvr pike. After being Weil side Koiter, spent several days with them. go to that placo and bo examined a Ing hlra und presenting bun with an golll ln loU, HS nbovo stated, the whole writes boumliiry o( : acres audi poles on West MISS CATIIKIUNK llAUOIIMAN Mulllns abundance of both. Tho same duy his "ldo "' l,lko Is attend- Juror In tho case of offered und tho b d from Holllns, Va., where she presonteil him with a ooy. Two ce.lUJ Vrlitcl Is for the greater amount. for tho killing of Lungford: IC. L. i'ourtli. 0 acre. 1 rood and lit pole on college, that ho mot President Tanner, Leslie Carter, J. I). Manning, men saw his delight over both events ing ,1Uo tta3olulllR u,e McKlnley nt Natural Hrldgc, where Wulker Houtt, Thoma Goocb, A. P. und one olTored to bet that at tho service lot of J. IJ. Slershon. u party. ho bud gone with Ilunn, G. W. Ueynolds, W. F. Hoy. the next Sunday ho would mention tho rifth. . acres. 2 rood und 20 polesJ. on 1'. somo strawLogan Avenue adjoining the lot of Dr. HoiiMtT HOOT sent us nolds, W. A. Colley, C. C. Smith, A. money llrst. Tho Other took tho bet uro world beaters. He got "of this saying he wu suro bo would speak llrt berries that has been rented for Hlllen.neyer, the G. ColToy, F. M. Wuro, Q. T. Owens, of tho new baby. Sunday came and tho the present iproperty posseslou cun not bo ear und the plants from H. F. ' Blvu never LM Paul, Dr. E.M.L'stes. David Haugh, old man h',,Ub.Temii.W. VAXTON. Lexington nurseryman, who prayed, "Lord wo thank Thee W. A. McKlnney, J. S. Murphy, Jesso good. Kxecutonuf Mrs. O. J. n.iliey. sends anything that Is not F. Nanco, W. K. Shugurs, A. C. Al- for thl timely succor (sdckerl" und; formerly of tho Dit Mosr.9 Cooit, ford, K. I). IConnedy, . J. Vuught, W. the stukeholdor decided thu out n brother-l- n ....... i.'.,.i ims. wlttrhls --Lowdur, II. I). Carter, G. A. draw. The men laughed und tho women bought it drug store L. aw. H. J. Josluh Hlshop, G. W. Carter, blushed, while the governor went on to Hughe, ngoodpartot Nashville. Dr. ,Cook T. J. Hoblnson, Walter Sundldgo, C. udvlse ugainst the sin of betting, even to prucucu when It prove u draw. Hon. J. N. will continue returned from It. Slaughter, W. It. Goooh, A. II. Saunders presented thu speaker und Miss Pattik AU'OUN Polsgrovo, J. II. Taylor, Uriah Duun, yester-daWo uru glud to Ward' Seminary, Nashville, Dinwiddle, J. I), Daltou, John did it hundsomely. graduated with honor. John Ualuh White, S. where sbo Huugh, A. Montgom- know that Mr. M. F. Elkln uud tho' went Her father. Judge J. W.Alcorn, ery, A. I). Hoet, O. J. Crow, L. H. promoter came out ut the big ond of Edition. 1 to uttend tbo exorcises and Nunnulloy, W. li. Mo Hoe, John L. thu horn llnuuclully, whllo furnishing on Fence. thither Cypress Shingles with ber. returned Walter Hu.tou, M. T. Hoynold. themselves und tho publio In u Renulno (JREY WOODSON, Ki.iy.A LaCKKY. uged fc'J, und Hock, k treat. s Will lx) wut lo sur sdJirw until the lVuiocrillo son ununoy, ui Frank Grlder, D. S. Hiiro und K. J. Mr. F.llza Cruvor und Thursday. StslsUuuicutluuf ur A Lexington grocer claims thut the Tuniicr. This U thu second jury that I Mr. Madison, Mo., arrived gotten from this county, the Huv. Sam Small, while chaplain of tho of Mrs. John W. basecn ONLY 15 CENTS. Lackey tbo mother other oclng discharged because thu volunteer engineer at Camp Hamil- Will keep uu lual'l "I""1 " Hout und will hereafter make hor olllcer of tbo court mado u remark ton, beat him out of u big grocery bill, cruur',r.(eauj&ulwiuisiu.11m' of the Hot- Llt.ljr etr UMill Work. with ber. She Is In Uno health homo Metal Roofing. prejudicial to tho defendant In their und thu Lexlngtonlan say bo will lay ,u. AdJrcw, f uilo.lu IS will In lUiur or eolu. and declined to rldo to Mr. Hout', n bearing. MESSLSUtlt.Ox.eu.U.ro, Ky. TllK the matter boforo tbo President. quarter of a inllo. I SAVE YOUR MONEY 1 - w bo-cu- Agent, Stanford, m 11 Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, W. A. -- w, 11 CIRSOV'S, STANFORD. Dan-vlll- e Hus-tonvll- le, first-clas- Art Display. n. -t O one-thir- d "W Lace Curtains, Tinsel Muslins, Figured Swiss, Flowered Silkaline, Scrims, &c, &c, &a mm Lvn g, Spanish-America- JOHN P. JONES. mm5immEMmmfMmrMmM' mm I I S 9i RACKET STORE. & SHOES i, Kl-k- ln u I SLIPPERS bed-sid- ! 1 Ladies' Belts and Ties, 10c. Sale Of Real Estate! jyUl, 11 ) Saturinyj 1 g i,. wooil-.liir J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. m&im&m'd:mTmm&m:mm8e nd J""). 1 "I O I . TWICE H W6EK! i.u,. 15 CENTS. Twlce-A-Wee- k y, Owensboro Messenger. HIGQINS & McKINNBY. Editor A.C.SINB, 1 13l r m m STANrORJJ.Ky. m W THEINTERIOR JOURNAL E'a.'bll.mti.mi.TML.mmi.m.ym ssix.4 S"ri4svr-- MIDDLEBURG. JOHN II. MILLER , ta 1UCII YJCA.lt V When not f AUVAXCJS will be charged. sormda.SO Is? TOtlMCtt 1'inf, cm nr. 12 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. M A. M. No. 5 Arrrlvetst Stanford at a II) a. . No. 4 Leave Stanford at No. 21 Arrives at Rowland at 12 00 2 30 r. M. No 32 I.eaves Stanford it 1 knoxville'dIvision. Nets " ' No. 24 Train going North .... " " M No. II " South. ... m ..... .....USJuu ...W SI j 4t iri p m m m For UiToIdu. BO'IUH TICKETS WILD. IIAOHAOE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. M., Trains If are Frankfort at J A.M. and onnectmg at tieorgeiown whu w. lac Farts at 8:40 a. m. and 5 10 r. . Iram l'irii MallaA. M ana o .w r. ji rouurviiiiB A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9.19 u ""! " """SSsKPHH. KF.WTON. A. O. P. A. QUEEN A CRESCENT. t Tralna paaa Junction City as lollowi: 411pm 12 02 pm No. 2 North No. 1 South ...... S05pm "10 No. Nos. 1 and 2 do not Hop. 9 and Iher than Junction City Net " " Ho. " .11S0 112-'a- m "4 " " " " 10 . 600am run no fur .lS4pm .S4Sam RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alton baldnff powder are the greiiot menacen to health of the present day. If tho Rood I.orl will only hold tho rain back tho rct of tho week, Casoy farmer will finish tholr corn plnntlne. Farmer aro later this print; than for year on account of tho excessive wot weather. Forty. threo ladles nnd Rcntlcmon, or would bo pednjrojfiics, took tho county examination at Liberty Friday nnd Saturday and by the timo this nppcarr In print, many ol them will doubtless be feeling down In their throat, and It U needless to say tho writer will bo one ot tho tunny. The sooner tho democratic State convention comes off, tho better for Kentucky democracy. Thcro is always n time to halt when candidates of tho samo party enn't mako a clean, personal canvass for tho gubernatorial nomination without pottlnjr Into personal mlnlrs. A few weeks neo Hardin would have carried Casoy In a walk, but by the way tho tide Is turning, tho Stone following will prove a poworful factor In the county convention unless present signs go for naught. Next Tuesday Is Decoration day and tho date of the soldiers reunion at this nlncn. Mention was made In last week's paper of the fact that overybody Is Invited, white, but not black, llttlo ana big, old and young, "Yankee" and Johnnv Ucb." Tho speakors that have accepted tho Invitations extended to them from a distance aro Congress Borclng, of London, Judge man-ele- ct James Donton, of Somerset, and T. M. Goodknlght, of Stanford, who Is a survivor of tho Lost Cause Mrs. Good knlght, who Is an accomplished elocu tionist, will render a suitable poem. The writer has a letter from Judge R. J. Breckinridge accepting the kind Invitation extended to him by tho Ca- sev G. A. U. lie will be here If the health of his family will permit. And then of course there a an over abundance of home talent (?) There will be a large crowd In Mlddlcburg that day and It will take something to feed the people, so let us appeal to you once more to display your Kentucky hospl tallty that day by aiding In feeding the crowd. Those at a distance are not expected and are not wanted to bring baskets. DANVILLE. Ii n canilldatn for the Ijrlattire. ul'J'Ct to tl.w action ot Hie ilirnocratlo party. FARM iFOR SALE OR "nlfn.ll.1 fsniinf 20 miles frtmi the TRADE. Ksnsst Jfarresln Knulhea.l bieate., Mlirl line Well atxsl firmliis (ftunlry thlfkly settle.1 W III sell to on es.y terms or trs.le fir farm in Cenlrsl Ken Announces Ids candidacy for the orllce of Hrpre.entatNe from the county litfky Can psr f !, to M,i,io dhlerenea In a or tne He trade (7l Address llox . Stanford, ky of Lincoln, subject to tlio action HON. M. F. NORTH re ocracy W S. BEAZLBY, 1). D. S., LnticiiNtcr, Ky. aaEalawaaaaaaaaaaaaaailBPi Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vllnllrrd Air. l'livslclsn In attendance, Office In the New Thompson llutbtlng J I R. A. JOVES, DENTIST. Stan ford, Ky. lMtM?rffPii.TrlyfiltW tlatlM DR. 1a. L. LOADER, 1'IIYSICIAK AND DHl'GOIST, J. S. MURPHY, Agent fur Ibe MCKINNICV, - KlCNTUCKY. or Prescriptions Carefully Compounded iw.yiii .llgil !y Walter A. Wood Machluo Co., And slxage.l lor Ike Lowry Grass Diluting Twine, a. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Standard Uulo 8. Itcvoril IllOU. .""Ircd by Waltlnsliitn 5.1M. air of Latitude S:l!i. STABLE, Wllkp S19, lrc, la n aon of and many otliert In tlio llt. WaUlnghani. Nalnlli I'lrat dam Tlnel. by Mtxaenpcr Ounic too, non of llambletonlan and lro of Elaine 2'! KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, tho dam of Norlulne, yearling; record !;31. Second dam lle, altter to Jamra Howell, Jr . bj Himblftonlan 10, aire of Defter Thlnt dam Jennie f.tyre. by Harry Clay 45, alro of the dam of . Julltn 2 H'. Ilodine 2slOJj and IS other that hare produced 2t30 trotters alo aire of the dam or hlectloneer, Fourth dam bv I.Uwrty, on of Laneo, by American HclUne. contain Note. Naboth l a bay. 18 hands high, foaled June 2. 1"4. Ilia blood of llambletonlan, Oeorgo Wllk. Mambrlno Wllkca, Pilot Jr., and Harry Clay Horses and Mules constantly on band nnd for sale at all times. NABOTH 10,01G. B. G. FOX. los.lsrs.fH handle rhesp sod erlretlt. bind, worth of whlth wilt wuithof the regular klu.1. I al liAOnilt'E 3UPPLIZ3 AifD HEPAIUS. Call on me and U I will save you money. J Ml lll'IIY, Turnersvllle, Ky A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, J. T. SUTTON, JjiHfH Uwiley Undortnlcor, - Mares grazed ut J.' per month, which In all eac mint be paid before they are inken away. No mare ahall lie removed till pasture rentlsptld. (tare ttken to prevent ac OAoaaver clde'nts but not responsible should any occur. Will Stand at $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Stanford, Ky. UcKoberta' Huitonville,;- - Kentucky Irti Store la the ngton, Record 2:2S, Ky. OGDENSBURG 8787. trial 2 22. BROKEN BICYCLES No. ple o West U8ers hit services la the and Casey counties Full stock ol Command Last. stsslwtysen bsad Manager. D.B.Cariwntst, Lll ! Chettnut stallion. IJ14 hands lilgli. bred by Dr L. llerr, Isli- Hend them to TUT. flANVILLi: O ( 1.1. C , DAM II.I.K, m IHTuIrl M Mason Hotel MRS. U. D.HIMI'SON, l'ror.. BV MAMBRINO PATCH F.N 58. Con- HATlSr'ACTIOS - (11 AK.VNTKF.D. luincuHtcr, Nwly furnibcd, Utblo. i T Kentucky. hU oj, byTrumper- Hellfounder. 3(jiru Orange Chief 2 134, eight others and the daws of lied OHANaEHL05iOM2J(slroof lllmsom 2:21'. etc.). bv Mlddlefciwn 152. dam .elllu post (nam oi urange nun by American Mar 14. etc. Crawford, 2l0TJ,, Sire of 25. of the dams of I30. Including lttlpUWIll.es. stHiitlne, 2:l2S Juh, 2:13, Ac, sons have sired oer 150. 1 dam Variety (dam of Ogdensberg 23i 2:2)H. ''y rango Illn-)2i2SW)... (sire 111 inuru-eliv Jliuilleton ItUU IIIV Ulllll. 1.. .ll.vv., ... a.wv. Mm, nf llamhlc tonlaii 10. - MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Seamstress. Plain and fashionable Sewing. Cutting and Water Works . Fitting a Kveiytlilng clean beds; aplcndsd nnt-cli1'orteri meet all trains. IJ nw swum rami ea.iutw vom. Of Lexington, Ky. Al S. tuMi LT.r huV hi. 1'h -- o Id not amount to rti months, lie Mrs. Marearet Leatherman, widow of hUehrt to an .M when .r.y,,r?M o;er a muddyjrack st New A.Uuy morning George Leatherman, died this . "show, well a, SS? .liVhSto i.a rVld of nolhing "lie iV. show horWa. number a irotter lis, (lias won a a,f of premiums, at 7 o'clock, of pneumonia, at tho dome "rneof tUbeVl fain In Kentucky and Indiana and bis won a sweepstake premium.) of her nephew, William tt. Scott. Stuart tt. Parks, son of Mr. W. H. Will Also Stand a Good Jack at S8 to Insure a Living Colt. Parks, of Perryvllle, and Miss Sarah L. Calvert, dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. 5;.r.er.'tnXU iuj. - otk ..Osden.Wrg. Is an "- .. STfiSS?iT- Will Stand !r.'iv.?r..x.r, eitreuielr hsndwme stallion with all the f.irui. 8iil.li and style r ii.u.i.rin.1 kinj iija ia uniinui inn aiiis iiaiii9ssiiimi miu .i. w at 9iv to insure a iJivjng wuii. i.l his i ji aiiitiii- fs- - FIBE, LIFE & INSURANCE. TO THE FARMERS AH ! nations are learning this lesson ONbornc Farm Implc-iticnt- H &mmZ&te .. : Succeed assuring al all lime lightest draft and Only the best companies represented, alwats 12. longest life. A full tine of relrs new In Inquiries aollcitrd. omelhlng fee our Hay Tedders. It, H. MAHONY, Agt., Stanfor.1. this section. FKANIt HOLTCLAW. Slanford, Ky 4m Where others fall tnmt especially our Hinders and Mowers Their (wrfectlon Is credited to tielng built of the Ivt material thai Also Iwlug tled with the money can buy only perfect 110LLKK HF.AHIM1S In eUt-euc- e. Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED, married today. We William Calvert, of this county, were M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. GULk P7 Whll You Companies' Lira. Py When You Bis. tl.ertl.Wnonnil.l A. SMITH BO II In llvlnff lieneRti. Over !o0,O lleser re and fcurplus HShs WEAKEN, Locsl Atent,. Stanford, Ky. MAN. Secy , Lexington, Ky. IS- - '! mm V John W. Yerkes bought of H. H. Shearen his farm of 80 acres, on tho Shakertowa pike, for $4,630. The place adfolns the Yelser farm, also owned by Mr. i erkes. The E. P. Faulconer horse sale advertised to take place vesterday and today was declared off because many entries promised failed to materialize, although the prospects pointed to a fine attendance of buyers. The residence of W. O. Alexander at the forks of the Hustonvlllo plko burn ed, together with much of tho house hold furniture, clothing, etc. Tho blaze is suDPOsed to have started from coals falling out of tho kitchen stovo. The building was a fraraa cottage, partially Insured. A splendid Sunday School was re cently organized at Willow Grove. Tho officers are: Will Sallee, superintend ent; Will Waters, assistant superin tendent; Phelps Cobb, secretary .and treasurer. The school is growing so rapidly that at tho first meeting after the organization plans wero made to get more seats. Through tho otTortsof Will Waters the Sunday school now has an organ Advocate CRADOKCIIAHD. When crab trues there did blooom 'Twas then it gained its nainu ind us It ulowly proipcred It alfiwlv nport til fllinn. The town though small and scattered To leave it is very iiuru When onco youv'u had tho plcasuro Of living in urao urcuaru. I will .land my tine Jnck, Hero, at my stable, near Morelaud, the season of 1(W, HERO. JUMBO. Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Mock, 1100,004. H. C. RUPLEY. The Merchant Tailor, Stasfokd, Ky., Queen & Crescent At $5 to Insure A Living; Oolt. and was bred by Iter. He Is 6. j ears-ol- d Woods, of Danville, and Is by Abraham, Jr. out ot a good Jennet, and Is un extra large breeder A lot of his colts can be seen at my place, I will also stand Succpwor to The Karmers lUnk .1 Truit Company and unler same management eoatlou oasly lor rt tears. ROUTE LOW HATES. Bultl-mores. Solioits Your Bank Account, k - Ia Receiving Ids Sprlug & .Tune Sunday, May 2Sth, the Queen & ly lieneBtlsl and Crescent routo will run an unusually A PlltKCTOItSblack Jack at 15 to Insure low excursion to Cincinnati. Summer a uvinjr con. premium offered on Hnmbo and J.J. William., Sr VThe resorts aro open and thero will bo a Jutnbo will be awarded on Sept. 2, 1UU. J. B. Ow.ley, William (ih, ball game between the Reds and II. II. KINO, Morvland. A. W t'arinler, W. ll.Cummlcs, particAsk agents for further J. ll l.ynu, ulars. S. H.nhinks J. V. Ca.h, Biblical Assembly, Charlotte, X. C, J, 11. Ow.ley. three-year-o- ld 20-2- Hoplothueh builnws rrlillont wlll'.prove uiutuab Suiuiucr GoodH. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed., Give Him a Call. 9. John Proctor. IS GREENBACKS or Government Money. f- lie In McvtPnger Chief. I dim a of dill's Vermont I will stand John I'roclor the season of IfilW, at to v stable three mile from Mielby Clty on the Knob Lick and Turnersvllle plko Itiy stallion, Jlrsecger. hands high, by Abdnllah er OFFICKIIS. J.G,JrtcGLAIY S. H.bhanks, I'rrsldrnl; J. II, Owsley. Cashier, WM.IIiUUl, Ami. (.ashler "F ns-- The Favorite Line x.oTJisvn.t.1. -- TO- CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Kvcniny from ion .Station, lOtli nnd Uroadway. Un- With its springs wlilcliovcr Mowing Bring people from ufur l'asHon'ers desiring Information nnd inhabitants the doors of rates to Wisconsin, Minnesota, M'bra.kti With strangers heldits To ajar and points in (lie far West, Including intelligent rnd girls and boys should uddros To ireet vou when vou come. Tho stranger whllo tliero staying Frank J. Keed, Gen. I'm. Agt . Is made to luol at homo. K. II. IiacoD, Dis. Pass. Agt. Crab Orchard of all places. W.II. McDocl, Vlco.Ir.& Ocn. Mgr. The homo of those wuo lovo Charles II. llockwell Traffic Mgr. Tbit women of Kentucky And God Who relcns above. Of course there are exceptions, But these wo will discard And llvo In peace and happiness THE At home ln.crao urcnara. Composed by ono of her boys. MUTE'S CijTEST SYSTEM. Soutnern Railway I'E.NKTKATES EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Tennessee., Virginia, Georgia North uud South Carolina, Alabama. Mississippi, THAT TMUOUIIINtl HEADACHE you. If rou tued Dr. King's Would nulrklr ! Vaw l.lf. 1111 lliouundi oraunVrvra liava iirur ed their lustcblevt merit fur bilk and Ncriout lintdaiue Iher make purs niuoa ana strong neron sud build up tour health Kasr to take. Iryiueni. Only ivts. Money back II uot cuntl. rld by IVnnjr, Vrugylit., a Through Sleeping Gars Uetweeu Louisville auc1 the south. Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TUUK, O. P. A.. Washington, D. O. W. U. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Loulivllle. Ky three: daily train Russia, with a population of 127,000,- 000, has only 18,031 physicians. In tho United States, with a population of about 75,000,000, there uro 120,000 phys icians, showing that wo uro doctored to death. A HiKUIIr'iauU'NUrJU Will ufleu rause a horrlbla Hum. braid. Cut or itrultfi. Hut Un' AruUa Walts, tb Utt lu lbs world, will kill I Us lulu sud nroiuntlr liril IL Cures Old Sores, r ever bores, L'lters, tialls, Felons, Corns sud ill Skla Eruptions. Heal I1 luts on eattu Ouly'iVH itui, lureguirasteed. bold by I mil the Druggist. At close of our Civil War in 1865, there appeared in the London Times the following : " If that mischievous financial policy which had its origin in the North American Republic during the late Civil War in that country, bhould become indurated down to a fixture, then that government wll furnish its money without cost. It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of civilized nations of the world. The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America. THAT GOVERNMENT MUST HE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE." The famous Hazard circular, to capitalists in New York, anil the ISuell Hank circular to United States Hankers, both emulating fiom London, and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany, estimated at $1,500,000, were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against silver. ' The "walk into my parlor" policy of England, during and since the Spanish War, is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Government. Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat, the SpanLh War, and fabulous expenditures of money by our government during the past year, gold has increased in value eleven per cent, and all other values decreased in the same proportion. For a thorough understanding of the money question, or silver issue, the Cincinnati Empiirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach, explain and produce all facts and truth. It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAN FOll P. KV. At $5 to Insure A Living Colt. Money due when colt Is Is removed, I will also stand the excellent joung Jack. or mare parted ulth Grass furnished at S cents er Capital Stick $100,000. nay. uriKS Dill must iw pirn ixioro siock Strplni, S17.323 This Institution originally established as the ofhtantord In IkCS !. u 15 hands high, weighs 1.000 lbs., sired bv Tom King. lljbTullsdam by Levi Hubble's rrargsnliedasthe First National llinkof Slinford l'rlnce, ul ?5 to Insure n lit lug colt Hob In ISsi, has had pr tlcally anunlnterrupte.) r Tall bus pined lilniielf to lie nil excellent II years. It It better supplied now will brettder, 11 I". POWELL, Mielby City. II licllillis for tranisdlng butlnrs promptly and lib BOB TiLlL, posit lUuk ol blaiifurd In IM4, then reorganlied the National Hank andagalu UUDBETAKEI.! And Dealer in HA.niTE3Sf 0ADDLERY, &C. KY. STAXFOIII). OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. I erally than ever before In Hi long and bouorabls ! caieer. Areounti ot Individuals, flduclarles.brmr acdlndlfldualssollclted. uiHicToai. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; would like to tuke options on good fitrius Tor terms and particuIn Lincoln I'juiiM M LAMXJIIA1'. lars uddress Krlgir, Ky. 20 Pretty Home For Sale. S.T. Harris, J. S. Hocker, W.l'. Walton " S. II. lliugbuian, J. W. Hayden, btaofoid " " J. Miller, Mt.Vrruon In the T F. Hill, W.A. Trlbble, M. Thu Cook property at Hustonvlllo IsotTcr-e- d Tho drilling Is u M l). El more, btauford. for sale prltalely. commodious fruiuu building of 10 looms, lu orricast. reasonably good repair, whllo tho lot contains 10 acres ot splendid lund. The out- J U. Hocker, President; J, J. Mcltoberta Csihltr, buildings are good and there Is convenient A. A UcKlnosr Am UlaolCshlrr, to the residence a No. 1 clsteru. Thcru Is no prettier or more convenient home In Central Kentucky and a bugatu cun ho had In It. For further particulars call on J. II. Cook, llustourllle, or (1. II. Cooper, Ktauford. 10 Oliver Chilled Plows aud lie pa Irs. Malta Cultivators, best In the world. Ueerlug Holl and Hall Hearing Hinders. A Fise BlueCrass Fira Tor Sale, Uterlug Holl and Hull Heurlng Mowirs. J. II Colller.Crab Orcb'd YOU GET MORE Courisr-Jouins- ) k than in any oiiur pnr pubiuimi iwtli In iullty and quantity. TO FARMERS. 104 Papcrn Oue Year 50 CcntHs For On Saturday, Juuc 3, '99, We Couuly, 4 miles West of IlinUiuiUIe, Ky, ThU (nut laitiiuldered the best luCaasy ounty. It Is well luiprutrd with several Hue llsrin, a good DwtlllaKofll rooms, Cellar, aud all ueie.sary outbuildings; Is wll watered wlih never laillug sprlmjs anvils lu a uUb slate of cultivation; Lclu s welisetlu grass 'I tie Uliute is about la cultivation. This is a r.ls opportunity lor any uus wlihlDg a Cue farm. This Isnu will U sold for d istb, bsliuie In uueakd two years with 1'usws.lon altcu Jan. I, I'JOU, per ut. lutensi wlih privlliveofteedlu this Kail, lor further la. ou 01 address U. O. VauArsdale, formation tall llustoovllls, or Walbue Carpenter on the piemisvs, who will take pleasure lu showing ou the farm. C C. VANAIIS1IALK, Huitouvllle, ky. Or AaauiCarpentei'illrlrs, Flnt Slui-Oru- s ilo)tr lluckbourds uud llugglts. (iardeu Flows and Double bliotels. Will pay market prlie for Wool. furnished any time. will sell at public sal our All kinds of 1'urulture uud any piece or Farm ef 363 Acrei In Cuay kind of Harness ou wuut. Cation 3 I), a. UAIU'KNTKU, HusTONViLi.r. ICr. The Tells. Week Oiilrier Jmiriisl it lh. cipialof mauy dtllles.and Ihesuiwrlor of all oilier psrs. It prints more real newt, mora good class matter, more good aloriea than any other. Issued Wednesday and Stturdty. nisid comiutsslon to agents, hsiuple cophs irtwonapplUstlou. Write to COlHIIKIt-JOl'ltL CO., Uultvllle, Ky, Hacks lly htla Arraiigsmeut You Can (l,t The Semi Weekly Interior Journal ui Tb TWICE A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL, And willing to pay top prices In CAhii for IMh On. Year For Chickens. Kern. Feutliirs, Ducks. Ueese. Turkeys, Oln.eug, Vellow Hoot, Hoes Wux, Hides of all kluUs, Uopper, lirass, Irou and Hones. Also will bo lu tho market for wool, Till la fiir tMakla iildnrli.lli.ii. ...!.. ass -.-ah 8eu mo aud get my price before selling, and irlpilout Slider this ivmuluatluu vuiy. must Ml). oiler b. (pot cash. Call ut tuy headcuurlers, seut through tliltoillre. Jet tt IVuco's Olllce, near DuiHit, btuu-for- d, It. IIOUINSON. Ky, V. I'. VVALTOy.'iratnoEu, Kr "w.isra?EiD ... .. Only $2.25. ..mil,