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Mc-Klr- The following Is u brief extract from Klilcr C. K. Powell lllled Elder W, II, Hcv. Joo H. Hopper und I. S. Mr. Clirlatlno Liintrhain died nl Til-Fruru holding a meeting at CJuth-rlShu leave fourchlldron.all Lloyd's pulpit nt Hlehmond on .Sunday, tho words spokon nt the funera),of Daovllto. Sioue li preparing to build a den Cook In Nashville by Kov'W. K. Much Judgment, which Is a Krown ,'11,: A man In Maine I mid to have reLuther Lanham, of tho East Kml.had handomo residence on Crab Orchard i iuvcr ueiuru in an my uxicricnco covered his tight after fasting and a let: badlv crushed by being thrown street Sixteen of our eoplo went to your have I to fully realized my Inability praying for It for 40 day. from a inulu. nna incompetency to ieak word up- The Church of Our Savior at Mot-coUco. H. Hocker, has bouirbt an In- city to hear Gov, Taylor, and he prom- I toro nt Isod u to corco hero when our opera proprlato to tho occasion and to tho tho costliest church In the terest In W S. Hilton' liiru ' character of tho dead. Tllden Cook, world, 1.000,000 having been expended houo I finished. Junction City. Hon. Letcher Owslev ha neconted whoso lifeless form lies before us In sl on It. Hlehmond has received the machinmore eloquent of his vlr-- j There Is growing doubt that Dr. and tho wins an Invitation U apeak on oehalf of the, ll!ntf0 ery for It electric plant IC. l lodge at Wlncheter Juno 2d, on lUM ttian worU or man can possibly bc. Green will accept the presidency of arc being strung. the ocaulon of decorating the grave j l,l ,,'e ' " OWD l,Mt ulogy. Word tno Southern Haptlst Theological Sem- I). M.Samon, a MIddlesboro o Hollow and meaningless In tho inary coin after all. tortured his wife In a horrible ot tholr dead Tho funeral of Mrs. S C. Pollard. presence of uch a character. I feelj The new Christian church at Coral, manner. Sho lav for llvu day maimed that If It were moro appropriate that Ilarl collnty) wa4 dedicated Sunday. Our Men's, Boys' and Children's and without food, und can not recover formerly MIks Naylor, was preached at u ouuuiu tib in viiciiuu nnu iub uur Klder .. T. Williams, of Adair Stale'- mo lurisunti cnureli on batunlay af. county, Got. Bradley remitted the Waldcn, and mind, dwell upon the delineations of delivering tho sermon. portion of a llnu of t00 against Kd ternoon by Elder witnessed character as wo saw tnem exemplified The completion of CO years service of of Iloylo county, convicted of many friend and relative Kemir, In his life. I have never known a Hu tho burial In Lancaster Cemetery.. wounding. President Alvuh Hovoy as teacher of uolnwful (hooting and Capt. W. J. Stone will hayo a irood grander character or one that ap Xewton Theological Scmlnnry, Hostoo, Is the licit. Stylish Sliirti, Nobby Neckwetr, Good paid tho greater portion of thu flno. Fnderwcar. Crash In Straw Monday, and his proached nearer to true manhood. In Mass., will be largely celebrattd. from J nekton county audience today, Hats which Is Felt.- - White Kid Gloves. Full Dress Pique Vests. New come the present Imperfect condition of huThe Southern Presbyterians will Suits Cleaned and Pressed. that a man named Harrl wa fatally friends are happy. As ho speak In man nature, when strange Inconsistenchange tho book of order so as to perstabbed by hi nolghbor named Luns-for- your city tomorrow, I leave the rciKirt cies mar the virtues of almen. truth of his speech fur thu local repotorlal mit the ruling elder to deliver tho A bytander was trtick In the most continually forbids i to give ex- charge to the people force of tho Intkiiioic Joi'lt.VAL at tho Installment head by a bullet from Harrl' pistol. Tho citizens of precinct, No. T, pression" to our feelings uf ndmlrntlon of the pastor. Tho Adair county grand jury returnchool-hou- e, und compels us to'dUpenru our praise have petition Tho Sunday schools of Christendom ed M Indictment, among them lx for Wnlker wtln restraint and measured liberality. give about a million dollars a year for selling the Hal of quellon sent out by cd thu county court for an order calling Hut today we stand In the presence of missions. The childron of the un election on thu quoiton of selling n the boanl of education for uo at certificates, held spirituous liquor In that precinct. Tho, a character who-- e blamelensncss spares church alone give about lor t.'uchi'r' us the pain of making deductions from last week, against J. S. Stapp, a prom- order was made and the election will Its virtues. My acquaintance with him $2)0,000 annually. The Somerset Haptlst church will inent and leading republican politician bo held after tho time, prescribed by revealed one of the sweetest spirits celebrate Its centennial June law, ha elapsed. durof the county. The Masonic lodge, of this city, gave that I have ever met. His purity of ing which time Kevs. W. P. Harvey, James M. Howard, charged with the life, his singleness of puriose, hi gon-tl- e J. M. Weaver and other distinguished raurdor of O. V. Maker In Clay county, a royal reception on Thurnlay night to and manly dencanor at all times of f.l.oOO.upou visiting member. A mo-- t delicious and divines will preach. ha been released on ball bountiful supper wa spread by Mr. gave to him an Influence such n Is po. After siendng u day In debating the Ht) agreement of the attorney both for and Mr. David Koss, und everybody sesed bv few young men and made his question, the Northern Presbyterians tho Commonwealth and defense, Hoc. feasted sumptuously, Mr. Henry G life a iower for good that was felt by decided that next year is the end of the Kd Parker, of London, and John G. His life century. 12 other Masons were here all whom he touched In life. St. Louis was chosen for the White, of Winchester, becoming hi Sandlfcr and from Danville and conferred the work was a message of love from the Master meeting of the assembly next year. Umdamoti. of the .Ird degree In a very Impressive Whom he served. His influence has The Presbyterian General Assembly mode itself felt upon our lives though matrimonCmatters. i manner. at Minneapolis adopted resolutions fawe have known him but a short time. Kldcr K. L. Powell, who has been voring an to and three lime Jack Hurt, aged 2", conducting the revival meetings at the His friends were among the old ns well the Federal constitution und calling on !j a widower, ww married III Uockcastlc Christian church, was called to Louis- a the young. Congress to expel Mr. Hoperts.of Utah. Lucy Hlatt, ID. to MU The Vine Street Christian church of ville on Saturday and Kldcr W. It. Ttie Presbyterian General Assembly Uecauso ho feared ho could not sup-lNashville will ever cherish his memo makes u good financial showing for tho Lloyd, an eminent minister of hi family, John Taylor, of Wichhas ukon his platu and the ry and the sweet songs which ,we once last 12 months, having raised for be ita, Ka., ended hi llfo with a razor. 1J Pretty Patterns in endless variety, from 50e to f 1 50. White and fancy hortelf meetings are continuing with marked heard from him will contlnuo to cheer nevolent purposes J2.500,000.an InMr. Ilettlo Armstrong killed success, l." having been added to tho our souls und Inspire our lives though crease on the year before of $300,000. at Fremont, O., lccauo her huband ho sleeps beneath the sod. Wo shall In so doing, It relieved seven of Its forgot to kit her goodbye before start-In- church. Henry Harlow's btore and all the miss him from our choir and from our eight boards of all debts, which In one on a trip. valued at about! 1,600, located society. Hut he has gone to mingle case, that of home missions, amounted Henodlct llergman killed MIm l'.lha-bet- h contents, with loved ones gone before and unite to the sum of (107,000. San Diego, Cul , be- at Judsoii, this county, was consumed hi Berkley at sweet voice with the Heavenly choIn bis sermon at Louisville Sunday, He by lire on Saturday nlgbu It I reported came sho refuted to marry blin. that circumstance point to the fact rus In the glad songs of prtiso with Rev. Carter Helm Jones denounced the cut hi own throat. then wa placed under the build- which he has cheered so many human action of the trustees of the Southern Mr. Alvln Slrapwm, a widower, of that straw ing and a torch applied. It Is also tald lives and gladdened so mauy christian Haptlst Theological Seminary In acMaggie Woodford county, and Ml -Is so hard to glvo him up. XjJ For all classes. Prices 10c to 2. TERMS CASH. Lawrenceburg that explosion were heard and some hearts. It cepting Dr. W. H. Whltsltt's resignaSlpc, a He was such a ray of sunshine. His bellevo that dynamite was used. Mr. tion as president of that Institution. Thursday. clrl, were married Harlow wa from home and nothing life was so pure and beautiful and ho Ho said Dr. Whltsitt was the victim of Thomas Ilawlln, of St. Louis, I wa saved. was so young and promising. Only 22 combined malice and ignorance. Durbeating hi wlfo Into wanted for The Danville, Dlx Hirer A: Lancaster years of ago and yet God has called ing tho sermon the congregation was to cook because ho rcfued anRXas&es& Gwd$aflafllLlllllH Turnpike Co. claim the full amount him away from us into Is His own sa- much wrought up, some of the men breakfast for him while ho wa lck. cred presence. His death has caused a stamping agreed to I a paid for tho road by thu their feet in approval and Francl Honslngcr, of Hopklnsvllle, shock to bis many friends in the church KlUabcth Turner, and Mr. fiscal court, while tho court claim that here such as has not been felt in years. many women crying. and Ml thu county should receive payment for Clarenco Tarpln and Ml Nannie Turup reluctantly we HOW'S THIS? Sunday. tho siock which It held la tho road. A Whllu we give him ner wero married at lllchmood God that He has loaned him to Wei. Iter Ons Hundred IMlin Reward for any wa nice question I Involved and It settle- thank ra of Catarrh that cannot t cured by Haifa William Shelton, President: Naomi, tho daughter of Enoch, will be witched with Interest, as us for thh short season to teach us tho Catarrh Cure. Mrs. Nannie 8 Saufiey, Lady Principal; fX) year old when ho married, llraco ment K J. CIIKSKV A CO., Toledo, O. exembeauties of Miss Mattie Paxton, Mathematics and Physical Science; 'IVe, the undersigned, have known V, J. Cheney hearted, drooping tno oilier road weru bougbt under a plified In character that arc up, therefore, ye ad s grand and noble christian forth lait IS years, and Itllete him iiertettly hi Miss Kudora Axtell, Primary Department; contract. honorable In all hualnesa transactions, and financispinster: While there' llfo, there ' similar not only truothat our people can life. Miss Kllen ISallou, Music Department; ally able to rarry out any obligation made by their It is Miss Mary Hubbard, Art Department; Never In all my acquaintance have I hria. , Wkst.VTri-axWholesale Druprlila, Toledo, O. Miss Flora Oallc-u-, Elocution and Physical Culture; Henry William, of Do Molne. la , boast of their fertile soil, their One Wholesale lrug-jl.lmet a young man whoso life attracted Waliiimi, Kiivaxa Marmx, Mrs. Maggie J. Martin, Boarding Department Toledo, O lc(t hi bride of flvd day and ent her stock and their beautiful women, but it mo so much or inspired mo more. Hts inllall'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, aitlng tlV following note: "You arc too pure Is equally true that their genius words of testimony towards the close of dlrettly uiun the blond and muroui aurfaeea of the yateiu. Irlte "V wr bottle. .VilJ by alt Drue aud good for me; I leave you fur some vincible. Our boys and girl returned from tho Somerset contests with victo- his beautiful and short life were but gist Testimonial free. the : bettcrman." natural outcome of such faith and llall'a Faintly lllli are cnrirn 'P. Maunln. a young farmer rious eagles, having captured 10 prizes. tho purity. Ho said: "I am not ufraid to Capt. Tom Murcum, some tlmo regl Udu McCrav They were like the little band of Spar and horseman, and Ml die, 1 am ready to go when God calls land otllce, but who wero married In Woodford county. The tans that wittistood a wnolo army In a me." Certainly bo was. Such u char- ter of the Kentucky lied tho Statu to avoid being strung barely 21 year of age and tho dellle uf the mountains, as there was a groom number of contestants. Miss Mary C. acter Is ready for any thing. Hut ho und quartered for the high crime of Huckboards, Ac , you can go in comfort bride only 1. and pleasure. Our superb stock of up-t- o McCreary.Ark., Thompson received tho first prize In has left us higher eousolallon than this habitual treason agalnet his mother Pdward Hamllton.of date Carriages arc a temptation to Lula McClean, Columbia, Latin, over 11 contestants; Miss OHWu dying testlmouy In the memory of his tongue, turned up as the member from and Ml those who enjoy driving In style aud comblameless und well spent life. ' He has the Indian Territory nt the meeting man led lost week. They became Sweeney 2d prUe In vooal music; Miss wero fort. They are of superior make and exgone to meet father and mother and of the democratic National committee. quisite finish. acquainted by Hamilton advertising In hudlu IUughman 1st and Miss Kdna ulster, who have genu before. wife. use of the Choctaw lan He now makes Mihoii 2d prize In declamatory contest, u matrimonial paper for u Farewell my friend, farewell ! You guage nnd the name of Young-MuFre. Ml Lula D Moore, the pretty - u number taking p.irt from other cities. ! gone from among us Wo shall & - Louisville Enjoying ilauL.htur uf I). It. Moore, of the Shelby- James Audcrun 1st in 'lrigoimmetry, have from our number, but wu can Times. City section, wu married yesterday to In a fool race of a mile, and for thu miss jo.i Verdure and Flowers, while (hiving not forget )ou ' No one was more uniOpp. Stanfuid, Ky. John T. Helm, operator at Hrumtleld highest Jump, and Samuel Denny lsL around in one of our easy riding Hoititu'iKii Mothek. My daughter F.lhel prize for tho longest jump -- 17 feel and versally loved than you. You have Ml were The atiendunt you? why did you lot Mr. Smith kiss Marcus Holm. They are 11 Inches. Thesu achievements Indicate closed your ejes upon this world with Hecuusu I didn't think you wero look honeymoon In Louis that Prof. Patterson Jim discharged his all Its joys and blessings, and all lis upending their sorrow and slghlngs ' Hut you hau lug, was her daughter's saucy response. duties faithfully and thut Lancaster Mile. ui;mai:kaiii.i: Kh.st 1.. graded school U u success In thu fullest opened them In u fairer clime ! We Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. can not bring you back. Hut we conMr. Ml. haet Curtain, llatutleld. 111 , uialea the meaning of the term. atatemeul, that he caught told, whlth willed un fidently expect at no distant duy to her limit the waa tieated for a month by her lam Tho Lonisvlllo committee suggest vtoie He u n i o x mi:kti n g . Join you In sweet fellowship to partici- llv tihitiitin. but crew coii.uiui'tion told her the and that uo vUtluiof via, a hor.ele May HI 13 for thu Confederate reunion A largo and appreciative audience pate with our Lord In tho cuds for iiieiiuluecviiia lure uer. iter urugkm .nKKeausite lir k'liij . N..MT lllMtiv.re Inr CiliBlllillitloU which He lives In that world of glorltl-e- d bought a lullle aud to her delight found herwlf ""Admiral Dewey has notified Iho navy was present ul llie 1'. b. (J. K. at whim-- . Helngs. God help us to be us worthy ieiieiiiei nw m- ..w... chfound herielf ouiid Turnursville Sunday night. A most department that ho will not reach and utter taking U bottle., aud will now iUxa her owu houwwork, aud l a before. Oct. 1. welcome was extended by tliulr of His upprovul us thou hast been. cordial trial botllea of wellai alio ever Young men If I should speak but one Ureal Puvuvery atwaa irwi Drug hiore, Oulythia I'enuy'a Q. I). Honiiott, an pastor, Kldcr J. W. Hagln, to the visitof hi money, ing societies of Morcland, Hustonvlllo message to you today It would bo to ex- leiili and II, every borne guarauieeu. " Rlnj out the old Ring In tb mw desxmdent over tho los ai a Ring out thsfalss Rinjla tawtras" In his uddres Mr, Hagln hort you to emulutu tho example of 110,000 quail caught committed ulcldo In Louisville. und Stanford. A consignment of We bring to you the new and true froa tba Hut tho meunest trick that ha been Impressed us as u man of ability. The Tlldeu Cook und so be prepared as he In Kgypl was received at London and plney forests of Norway played oil Dowey Is tho naming of 111,. response by Master Robert Harding Is to meet God when the summons will be liberated on rich men's pre uftcr him when ho was 0,000 Waters proved him to bo a Henry Clay comes. May tho God of all mercy sup- serves. Tho crates In which they werp 000 babies It. In embryo. Lxcellent paper wero read ply every needed grace for those who kept bad been specially constructed, mile from homo and couldn't resent 7 Lexington Press. by Misses Powell, Tanner and Hlsbop. mourn the loss of our departed friend. und urrangements bad been made for Pine-Tar-Hon- ey John Hovd. of Lexington, has A solo by Ml fi..n. Mershoo, a cornet tholr being properly fed. Very few relgnod u major general of tho Kou. solo by J. F. Waters and a quartette by Tu lw luuiiil hand an J fuut for years by Ilia died durlnc the vovago from Alexan la lbs wurst form of alavtry. halm and iIiiri uf illwaw tucky division of the United Confeder- Misses Hughes aud Mursbon U. Vtllllauia, ol Manchester, Mhb., lella dria to Liverpool. Nature's most autural remedy, Improved by waa aud has asked Gen. John Messrs. Heazloy and Waters rendered how auiui alar helplwamade lmt, He aaya: "My ate Veteran, science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Poaltlra lor Ota eara lint aha wlfehaa been o Gen. Adelbcrt Auief, who was one of uuccossor. the evening's entertainment most en- could not turn over lu bed alone. AfUr ualng two U. Gordon to name bU Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surface botlUavf hleitrlo Hillera aha la wouderfully liu the ottlcors of Gen. Shatter's personal Tho Cuban army decllno to glvo up joyable. Cyrus Cover, chairman, ex- proved aud able tudo her owu work," lula of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Santiago campaign, remedy for female dha4e quickly lurra Luags an exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wortheir arm and receive tho money pressed regret that Klders. Allen, urrvou.ueM, aleeideuneaa, luelantboiy, headache, staff during the say 8 ho was resonsible for thu issuance no tho mucus Is cut out i the rated t the microbe-bearinWllsou and Marshall failed to resond. hackaihe, faliuln aud dliiy ll. Ibla mtraels this government sent them, working medicine It i godaeud to weak, aUkly, run of tho "round robin," which was meant cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed may bo returned to tho treasury G. duwu woil. I. very buttle gnarautet'd. Only Ml membranes are healed and soothed so that then us an expression of tho contempt of the disband tho army by lent, bold by t'euuy, UrugxUt, and steps taken to UlsMAltK-sTltOmi.AYi: is no Inclination to cough. ottlcors for their commander. Wu lli rwull of hit luJIJ health. luJoml-UMtss Louise Taylor, of Howling 1. 0Adralral Schley and party visited OLD BY ALL OOOD ORUaSISTS will sail trmimiou. nuergjr n nut fouuj whtnbtoumh, Uvr, KlJmtyt nU llowl an Frank Uarkor, one of the Negroes seems to have money to burn. ttleaOitly. 2te., SO. ansJ $1.00 Plko's Peak. Tho admiral brought a oulufimkr. Ifjuu ant ttiMt quallllra auJ the Green, for the murder of Sam Gordon, In big head lines through lndtcted Ur. Ufa (lower mluUuro of hi flagship, the uwalhy lirluidUMwwrofKlu'Nw U)Jy, 1111a. It is norutcd C SURE YOU OCT tralii ami Ouh' the press that tho will spend $2,000 this In Loiran county, several months ago. Ihsf L Brooklyn, and placed It In dry dock us iVat IVnuy'a Drug Slor. kooey. IlttTCSqulcKaiid(iermaitslrellal week ou u big bouse party sho is to died In the Warren couuty Jail, wbero S wt bo smilingly rumarked, on the highest laripajjwsuaacoiunaBAaouida. i,iaa Itosu Uonbeur, the famous animal give. Miss Christine Dradley is among bo has beeu kept to keep him from be S4JUC.-MU. A. Usual, point reached by a rallroud in tno uui j ing lynched. painter, Is dead at Purls. raMSH.' the guests. n. I Graduation Exercises Commencement of Life. I " it shoo-make- r, Always do the Best, Always have the Best, Always wear the Best. - Jeo Clotlii 1 THE GLOBB, exam-inntin- J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ey. -$, SaromerGoods j I I H rt lUch-mon- d, Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, I 1 g I SILK PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS II Straw Hats well-know- n Inscu-slblll- iy I H. J. M'ROBERTS. c.,tf.sc.'S;K:' Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. i, 1 Traps, Surreys, Bunabouts, 1 n- h B. K. Wearen Son, Coutt-Huus- 1 New-Yor- l, -. ,'x DR. BELL'S " n g Jl"Py ln ted Slates. Pli"Tl,iBiJf For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. IS. . 411 I ? I H n e IJ chlld,was Ethel Talbot, a republicans. an killed by being thrown from a hoe in President McKlnlcy has Issued order releasing 4,000 olllces from the Bourbon county. Jncob Solomons, his wife and seven operations of tho civil service law and children burned to death In their home the faithful are. elated. LAND AND STOCK. Senator Turiey, of Tennessee, has at Hardeevlllc, S. C. Tho Vtnrn Union has substituted ing the reduction in the subscription announced that he will not be a candiMorris Fred sold to JooSworo a mare j.n,(i tho old stvle Gov. McMillin price of the paper tho 1st of July to do date for . fnr ..i ...in so now. So beginning with June 1 our will probably be a candidate. oatteryinineuouV. nfu. , " Vvr"M,e. ,hrco ow. and 21 shoats. -ly will bo sent at $1 a year rtriuui . Bradley or Senator Neither Gov. ., .v.i.t'.I..mIiv. t.minrpnil r.. II. ti,,i.,. IHUilt. strictly In advance. Tho price will Uronston could attend the State Com- presuienioi ,,....,......,..-vMrlln,. hull '. .iihtt to roister, fcr Dwigbt, resigneu. remain at $2 to those. who do not so pay mercial convention, but It 'seems to Prof. Timothy Hardin It required 860,000 in revenue taraps "Jf- MkKankln bought In Wayne and we will seo that that class of sub- have gone on all the same. George for the new bonds nnd mortgages is,ued unloaded from scribers shall soon be It has been decided that It would be county sheep at $2.25. Ohio railroad. our list. bad form for a gold bug to Introduce by the Baltimore W.S, McCulre bought In JacKson Negro, William White, a Chicago Those of our patrons who have re- Bryan at Louisville and Harry Wels- county 200 sheep nt $2.41. has been found to havo live living In advance may cnger has been scratched. cently paid S2a year ' " first shipment oflambs av- in the Windy City. want to know where they como In. John P. Wagers and John W. Bar wives, all residing carriage arrived at ernged .! ,und..n dco.1 hlm-J- c. Each will be tated with liberality lard have announced as candidates fori An automobile M to Sam Mason, of Dr LwU and made nerfectlv satisfied that ho tho democratic nomination for sheriff New York from Cleveland. O., having UadUon, W fat hogs at Ji.- -S gnul. ...... .. .Dy corapiyinc wua our of Madi80n county. !.l 4 days 11 hours and 45 mado the trip In Has lost nottnng California has tho luru'est orango terms I A 'dispatch says that Gocbel spoke to mSnimon car loads Wesley, ol St. Louis, was kill- - crop ever known. Fully ,K) Our advertising rates will remain the a very large crowd of democrats at shlpM. going to church; same. We havo tho circulation to Owlngsvllle Saturday, nearly all of ed by a train while ." Abrahams sold command all we ask and more and it whom wore Goebel badges. the Identical way his father met death James a lot - corn of at $1.(V delivered tako advantage of our subscribers Settle says that bo Congressman railroad trust Is forming to Include athU dl.tlllery. expected A reduced rates to the extent w" thinks Hardin will win, bat that ho h pped f om ban we shall increase that for advertising, has steadily lost ground for two months. over 40.000 miles of road, 300,000 Cm- FrancUco to tho Fiji Islands to bo always been lower than Stone he thinks is the contending man. ployes and many hundreds of millions which have worked on the sugar plantations. papers of as large circulation charge. rPir, The Indications are that tho peace of dollars. Banastcr won the Brooklyn handl- In this connection we will also say commissioners at Tbo Hague will have Dr. Emory IAled1G",O;.40vynCnawr cao, U miles, In 2:WJ. Ho sold at 7 to shall havo the a nice peaceful time. It would bo too a resident of that our old patrons Kentucky. benefit of their unflagging devotion to bad for the meeting to break up In a Instructor and a distinguished ph.l- Qf & us by having their job work In the demnltlon row. clan, Is dead. 122 of extra good cattle, averano A Missouri couple who made a wj. future done at less than cost of the raw The democrats of Richmond havo 4Jc.Lebanon terminated material, when bought at retail Club with 400 ure of an attempt to elope, formed a Fn Wltn tnanKS to tnose wno u& s.ouu membop ad aDDolntcd Gov. McCreary the affair by committing suicide. Love 'Calvei ar0 about aj hch a wero . way. by us so long and promising renewed. ever known before In this county, h ,d always finds a and even greater effort to serve theml...Loulsvlllo this week Tne Automobile carriage, which Is bringing from 1S to 22 cach.-Ow- cnat ork ton Herald. from New satisfactorily and well, we can be found The Loulsvlllo Dispatch thinks Har- running to Cleveland In fivo IJy purchnslng Early's farm of 100 at the old stand ever ready to do so. are growing brighter against time, made 70 miles din's chances Nicho-th.- i. hours and 30 minutes. acreH adj0lnlng him near Versailles at the" men who fall In defense of because In a legislative race In FOK Nellson Bros., a great Glasgow steel $75i J N Ctttnjen ba8 now 1,(KW acres of uaty a Hardin supporter defeated VUW I .MM.. , h - that rniintrv rlcht orl" f firm, failed for over u million dollars, rjluegrass land. Goebel man by a majority of 350. a wronjr, there U reapectanu admiration, within tho Tuu gae of the 8pieDjj Casoy coun- O. H. P. Belmont has It bad. Ho The firm has lost 81,250,000 ivrklnVt ftnria nvnypaalnn In tho eeremO ty furra ot c C- - VauArsdalo will occur f demo, last year In bearing the market. " l had co ; nles that today calls forth To.reraem- J. T.Lee, of Clinton county, has sued at io o'clock Saturday. See "ad" and would make Bryan tho ber these heroes and to decorate their crlIc P"1' ' J. C. Buck, n merchant at Maupln, for don't fall to attend. and graves with flowers onco ayearln token candidate, Bryan tho platform, peo-an- d 5,000 damages for having nau nun The average number of horses killed Issue to go before tho of that remembrance, Is both a duty Bryan tho ,n Spanish bull fights ove-- y year ex- arreted for rulslng a $2 bill to SlU. which will be overy.jP a pleasure, PresldentM. II. braltn- snew pruaw ,;ecd8 5,000, while from 1,000 to 1.200 fll al gu UmU r X' . 1..... ,, . fa .i where observed today and what will J, , .... car, built ov mo u. bulls are ucrlllccd. make the act more beautiful and praUe. w, gDectaU1r8. Speeche8 attracting great attention In the hast, db surviving heroes of ,, worthy is that the ,,,',, W. J. "J "I r.hnmn being one of the finest In the country, j, D. x. f0wltt boughtof aJoel Walker, were iiJtt c Kubanks and others car load of ... 111 ,r w..j. too opposing arm e8ui.Ca.BuKu...iC. c Wetmore D . Do Ar A big fire at Coney Island, N. Y., arabj at 6j0 utlj a ioad of In decorating tne las res ng mond Mil olhorfc build- - b(Ji:if unite destroyed seven blocks of frame of J , Saut,0 al ;jt.t piacesoi inSeouJUuu10. occupancy of Ings, containing dance halls, saloons, Dm.lDS his c. H. Smith sold out .'I.OOO.OOO bushels Uurou.iruuu-"-- fell In libera-- a the executive chair, Lt. Gov. Worth-grav- es theatres, &o. Los .170,0CK). ot ontr whcnt Frlduy on tho Chclago of their sons who K. S. Harrloson, United States spet0D releiued 32 C0DvicU from tho Hoi4rd of TraJt.t and lt nolted Mui ting Spanish subjects from a worse than SlM Ueollarle8 by tbo U8e 0, tho clal agent and road expert, from A'ah- - nco.OOO profit. He bought the wheat slavery and a degradation hard for civ-- 1 par. ington, is in Lexington arranging for i)duy8ai;o, Mo,t o( tho-don MV thflt WHP . Imni'lrifV Illvitrl nunnn . , .. h ,,.v.H.w j Banutar, 8 to 1, won the Brooklyn .donedwero serving terms for man eome model roads In tho Stato College ioc iNoria aim ouuiu ntre muj and' slaughter or murder. Handicap, with Lanky Bob und Fill. grounds. finally united and let us hope that tho dec,ned tho Hubert Murray, of Greenfield, 111., grano second and third. Time 2:0!. Bolh Swno Injunction of that gallant and glorious' , o( M. A. CaMdy Iocal disheartened by misfortune and 111 dlstancu Held' miles. Carroll old chieftain, Gen. Grant, "Let us have can(Idate for iupcrmtendcnt of public health took his llfu In tho presence of Banglu didn't show, peace," will ever and always bo ob- - ,nglructl0D t0 Mnd lhe delegation from Breck Bonta tells us that there will his fumlly after bidding each of them served. of a wheat crop In bo about Fayette unlnstructed for governor, but goodbye. ; THOUGH there is not tho slightest divide tho delegation equally among The ninth attempt to pull the big this county this tuaon. He has In 400 meat on the bone for them, tho repub- - them, so there will bo a tight to tho American Line steamer Paris oil the ucrcs. Handal Litsey shipped u hull' shorthorn calves rocks near Coverack, Cornwall, was car load of hlch-gi'ullcansare already beginning to tight' finish. Sorao ' Gen- - Hardin's newspaper mado without success and It has been to Colllersvllle, Tonn , Monday, that over tho nominations for Stato olllces j averuged him $20. nrts "ending out In supplement given up as lost. Harrodsburg Dcm- and Saturday saw a battle royal In which was ocrat. At tho Cincinnati tween the factions In Marlon. The Tay- - '"" hi Munfordvllle speech Goebel voted Indications are Haltering for a large received last week $50,000 !n halves and lor crowd tried to run rough shod over he charges thas Senatoruntl-trubill, quarters, $15,000 In dimes, $15,000 In npplo crop. Tho prospect for pears Is Ugalnst the McCain tho Bradley adherent and the result very promptly denounc conts woIl'IiIiil' not so bright. Gooseberries nnd cur- was a split and two sets of delegates. Senator Goebel us a malicious rants will be abundant, but tho black i -i ni..ds and worth $0,800. Ono committee endorsed MuKD0y'sCd that statement hood and Gon' IIa,rdln btti nl und his six chil- berry crop will fall below the average. and some of the Suite , Charles Peterson bo as abundant us us- olllcials. Tho other commended Brad his mouth about lt dren were killed by a cyclone which Grapes will not great damage at Bijou Hills, S. D. uul, us many of tbo vines were killed .appointed delegate divided bo. MgJM.mj.r, ley did damaged. There will others was . .. ,.. r?nn.i(lirablu nroncrty ..... .1... ulso de- - undbut very badly peaches In this section , tween Stone and Pratt, the strongest . few be i . man to eventually get them aii. The iwu'ix in inwuunui uurutftfu. uujb u'U Jir. ocuii a iriuuus uuiu a tuir s.mji."Hallway Age says tuero H ovury Many of the trees were winterkilled Tho situation In Marion Is a fair Index to. with tho friends of both und tho decayed trees have been cho tho republican situation generally. iferonce candlaatns, when Gen. Hur- - indication that not less than 5,000 miles ped Now.. . of new railway will bq built In tho x no ,.ariy .. Wr ... k, j, Miftn lhnw down lho KBUnl,et United States In I BUD, representing announced that they proposed to OLD man Worthlngtoo pardonod '32 of about $150,000,000. Hurdlu delegation, but would Investment 13 days, many of them,Dd niurdorersln Tho "drys" wou by four votes In tho ..orvlnir llfo bentonces. The renubll-- I instruct It for nobody but Scott. Tho locuboptlon election at Henshaw. Un- can tiartv oueht to put In its noxt plat- - Mends of Senator Goebel, who say Ion county. If four Irregular ballots i form a declaration favoring crime of they could carry tho county If the lue that wero thrown out, had been count-- . ullklcds, that of taking human llfo In was made, have conceded to Mr. Scott ed tho voto would have been a tie. ( particular, und promising pardons to the right to iclect his own delegation The comptroller of tho currency has voting that and will aid him to do o. A red hot ull win) get In trouble after Southern Nutlouul Bank light Is on, which will doubtless result uuthorUed tho begin business with ticket. u( of Loulsvlllo to M)V 1I.HK8. favorably for Goebel. capital of J250.000. W. J. Thomas Is A I'r.Ut'UMUKY trust, with u capita Biblical Assembly, Charlotte, X. C, 0. luou It Is said that Puiluiowki, he of the president und J. W. Nichols cashier. of $20,000,000 has been organized. B. P. O. Klks, Oruucl Lodge, St. In a IlL'ht ut Sherman, Klmer Pranks, There has no embargo been )uld on long locks, was secretly married last r, wallowing In tho chamomile bud, December to tho divorced wife of sou of Marlon Franks, u wealthy Grunt Louis, Juno 2022, ono fare for round county furmer, was shot und killed by irli. but the young women who desire Gorskl, tho violinist. were Southern Students' Conference Ashe, Howard Kreti, u young url student, James Tapp, uud two improve their odor would do well to to young lady leaped from the Brooklyn bridge with- wounded by bullet from Tupp's pistol ville, N. C, Juno 1027, one fare round recall the experience of the The Baik of Commerce, of Louis- trip. out being seriously hurt. who tried lt once upon u time. proposition was that wo hnd grown weary after 25 years of unremitting labor, which at best has never been very remunerative, and which has Involved ceaseless toll and much anxiety nnd worry. The reduction In price was considered, not because there was any special demand for It, as our subscription list Is larger now than ever, but because tho city weeklies and biweeklies had mado such sweeping reductions, that we felt Impelled In justice to those who have patronized U9 so long to meet the reduction, so that nono of them could have excuse to cease taking tho paper, which has made a neclaltv of homo news, stood up for the material advancement of tho section, and fought for law and order. Wo have concluded to abandon tho Idea of retiring, the prospect ol which gave us real pleasure, and to devote oursolves even with greater zeal to the work of making the best country paper In tho State. As to tho other proposition, wo have determined that Instead of mak- SOMEWHAT PEUSONAL. For come time past the owner of this paper has been seriously considering two questions, that of retiring from the business anil turning the paper over to the business manager cither by salo or lease, and of reducing tho price of subscription. Tho reason for the first THE Loulsvlllo Post, which Is not an JOURNAL authority on dcniocratlo matters, say THE INTERIOR that no democratic candidate standing on tho platform mado by Ooebcl can bo Knott doesn't bellovo Stanford. Ky., May 30, 1899 elected. Is Editor thU, ho Just tcndln' Ilk. Tho wish Is father to tho assertion and he is talking through tho hat tattered and W. P. WALTON. torn by frequent and unceasing remarks mado that way. - Is never out tho shadow of detectives to savo his life from cranks. Uneasy indeed lies tho head that wears a crown, but It docs not deter tho wearer from wanting to contlnuo to wear. of It Is said that McKlnloy We smoked tho Louisville Into saying: "Lt. Governor Worth-Ingtonpardon record Is as open to criticism by his republican friends as bv his democratic enemies. It Is not creditable to his senso of justice." Thanks. 'a No action was taken In regard to party policy and tho meeting of tho National commlttco at St. Louis was mainly dovotcd to discussing methods nt wnrir fnr nrtxt venr. Another meet ing will bo held at Chicago, July HO. Speaking of tho meeting Mr. Bryan said: "It was not designed that any action should be taken at this meeting. It wis called for tho solo purposo of pettlni? an Inslcht Into tho conditions of tho different States, and urging tnose that havo In any" way allowed their or ganization to lapso from what It should be to get to work at onco with tho object of putting matters Into tho best condition before tho serious worK 01 next year. What action will bo tnkon bv the democracy regarding Its plat form It Is too early to discuss, but I nm sure of ono thing, and that Is that silver will not be relegated out of sight. It can not be. It Is on Issue that has come to stay, and tho people will not allow It to be put In the background." The looseness with which newspa' BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, per oHlces are run Is shown In tho fact como Two men wero hanged at Winnipeg, that a number of papers still addressed to tho Commercial, now Man., for killing five persons. about IS months defunct. Adrian Braun was electrocuted at Sing Sing prison for the murder of his wife. A man without arms Is scrv Ing n five Wat Hardin has ascertained that-th- e is not ono of years' sentence in South Carolina for gubernatorial nomination forcerv his vested right. Washington Post. .1. R. Mn killed his wife and three Tho new civil service order will put for children near Joplln, Mo., and then 4,000 new offices on the pie counter hungry and heretofore unprovided for killed himself. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. vlllc, will distribute $100,000 of Its surplus to its stockholders. Its total surplus Is over ISXMKiO, and tho reduction Is the result of tho system cf taxation. Tho worst storm which has visited Nebraska In years, passed north of Mlnden. Buildings were wrecked and considerable stock was killed. Not a building in the path of the storm escaped. A new4tnal for Capt. Dreyfus has In Dry Ooih1, Clothing and Shoes. We cad been recommended by tho section of the French Court of Cassation and It Is regarded as cortaln thut tho prlor-o- r will bo brought home from Devil's Island. James Humphries and his two grown sons, leading farmers of Aley, Texas wero taken from their hotnoat midnight Unlil'.ichvilShrctIng, llr. 10-by a party of .10 armed men nnd hanged. Unbleached Sheeting, l'.'Jc. They were accused of harboring tho Yunl Wide Ilesvy Ilniwn Cottuiv4c murderer of u constable Yard Wide Itleadird Cotton, 4 c Postmasters wero appointed u fol Yard Wide Untilrarhnl Cotton, 3Jc. lows Adair, Hancock county, Jnmcs Yjrd Wide l'ertnlr, Oc. C. Lewis, and Clover Fork, Harlan; 0-- 1 4 RED HOT BARGAINS In Iiw Triced l The LotiUvlllr Here are a Few Specimens of this Week's Offerings. .' ' l-2- - ' " ' Ellslm Brown. A postolllee has been established at Isaacs, Jackson county, with Andrew Isaacs us postmaster. ' In Canaan, Conn., lust Saturday, tho Law and Order League emptied Into the gutters tho contents of 100 barrels of older, which had become hard, and was. according to the words of tho members, "eating Into ths vital of our youths." A ca-- c at Sherman Heights, near Chattanooga, seem to call fur a lynching bee. J. B. Gordon, a prominent man, Is under arrest for fooling aft un sonhlstlcated vounir irlrl with a mock marriage ceremony und living with her afterwards, 2,000 Yds. Calico, 3 This week only 5)c, Evtrylxidy knows what Hope Cotton Green Ticket mil Fruit of the Iamiiu Cotton, tie. White lied Spread., ISc. , Indies' (liio Vests, : fur 10c. e. Iondnle Uiliri' l. Black Hie,5c. Slimmer Corct, 21c. Shoit Wsists, blue ami pint Corct, onlr Wo. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, 48c. Ladles' Dress Skirts, lSc to Jrt. Ijidirt Patent Tip Sliov, ltutlon or Lace, ljidiei' l'ati-n- t Tip Oxford, only .V)c. .Men's Buckle Plow Mines, only 76c. 75c. ,,.i semi-week- i.vj ", . men's suits From $2.98 to 525.00. Men's l Otton Pants, 3c. Men's Uaute tlurts, 15c Men's good Unbleached Drill Drawers, 15c. . 23c Mens Crsh Pats, 25c Men's Crush Men's Negligee Shirt, detachable collar and culls, only 2V. 5V .pul ty. 0-s- Full Line of Mens', Boys', Ladies' and Children's Hats. In Both S,traw and Goods. Don't fil to look through our line of nnd Lncu Uurtainh. Carols, Mailings ,.... " The Louisville Store. The Chcaet Home In Town, T.D. KAN'KY, Manager. Branch stores at Elixabethtown, Klkton, Owen.boro, She hrville, Versailles, Hards- Hopkinsvllle, Madisonvll!, MorsanBeld, deorceiown Kv , I laiVslte. Tenn. ... ..,,,,, two-wee- ks' town Just Think A larse assortment of kocxI Wall Paper al 4c, from atjtbe store of Of It. , per roll .to select He, rtc 7c ami ,.. ! A. E. GIBBONS, We abo hang Wall Paper at 5c per I the mo.t competent erythlng In the rill by Danville, m.-- ami carry Paint, Glass and BrushgBusiness. ' Pictures Framed to order on slicrt notieo in late it siyle. (iirr i, how you can savo mo irv V . m Main St Telephone No. 121. ac and ro ... -- i. Danville, Ky. Something Sparkling Kxhllaratlng, Ifefresblng our comes from . ..v ... Soda Fountain On every turn of tlie valve. is as pure and wholesome as perfect ials and great care can iiinkii it. ! .... 0 You will soon learn how delicioui uicli u prepare is. of the many drinks 1 And you will soon learu that our soda mute-r- two-thir- Penny's Drug Store. &c. yUflflFi'VOsi T" feB5 1 TT,ir " g x&i ' du Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, The painting svaon Is bore. We wiih o cally niratt'ii hi to the fact that keep the Uct Heady Mixed I'uluU, O lr, VjinUtitu, lirus iu, c, in tliu lunrket. o st j.bi..nin7iInl (i- slnce.-Owens- boro T TOILET ARTICLES Oiir lino of TiiiletArt'cles, such h ! . ' Tooth llru.h sb b, """"'"r'o .:,,,. ;,;." ... tC PRESCRIPTION S carefully reaHoiiO'ile, We Prices i l v,,i''1': Hair l!n slio, mI - w o upon from ll o Purest and Pest ilitiKj solltrlt yo lr p.ittonae. id-i- iuii (onln iiv tiiiiija Soaos ..... CRAIG & down.-KUzabet- htuwn HOOKER. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o t"l oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo &Cno1Sls 20-2- Queens Crescent ROUTE White Lead, Linseed Oil, Itcady Mixed Paints for all Purpots Wall Paper and Alabastine told for ll.o 1.0WK-J- i how-uvc- CASH Prices. W. B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooco 00000000000000000 o """if' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL on account of speShanks'. cial requests of friends, will remain n C. T. Wahb and wife, ol Somerset, fow days longer and can bo consulted Dwei.mno of sovon rooms on Main aro visiting bis mother In tlio Saultoy at tho Myers. If you need glasses seo MAV 30, I899 J STANFORD. KY., Street for sale or rent. W. Walton. him. noctlon. Mil. asii Mrs. M. O. Winfhky hnvo Siiukiidkd whole wheat biscuits and THE public exercises by Mrs. H. D. E. C. Wai.to.v, Di'HiNiyfl Manahkii. raorcd to O. J. Harp's house on l'.ast Grape-Nut- s food at Hlgglns & McKln-ney'Philips' school were highly crcdltablo Main Street. toner and tho children and tho flno. Hlkdsoi: Uailky, of Covington, Ml SODA Watkk, ico cold, pure and Hoc.s. If your bogs aro not healthy feast that sho gavo them and many 1'onnv'sDruc Store. camo over to attend the funeral of hit mo.t relren.ilntriit try some of Craig V Hockcr's Safe Hog Invited guests wos enjoyed with a material combined with cou""i hh-ooTlIK heartiness that was good to seo. Mils. Mattib2i:vii'b was painfully Curo. care, (kill and accuracy Insuro good !!. j Ul results. .No other melbods aro uver hurt by falling from n spring wngon Leave orders with Mrs. K. I'. Miller Sui'PKU. Tho Ladles' Atd Society iikmI In our pt inscription work. Penny's sho was driving out to her father's In. for light bread and beaten biscuit. of tho Baptist church will have a DrugStori straw W A. IlKOWN and Mrs. Susan Harriet Salter. Oil. berry and Ico cream supper and lawn Henderson, of l'arksvlllc. spentseveral PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. fclo at Mrs. B. K. Wearen's Thursday We havo a few gasoline and oil evening days with their nephew, Dr. B. J. next, beginning at 7 and lastMus. M. D. Yocmi, of Shelby City, Urown. stoves we aro closing out at cost and ing till 11 o'clock. Admission i'c. Is with Mrs. Muryllronaugh. D. A. JoilNhoN, of Harbourvlllc, Is less than cost. Hlgglns & McKlnncy. Mit. A C. Sisi: went to Louisville hero catching on TUB entertainment given by Mrs. to tho banking busiyesterday to buy building material. TlIK Odd Follows will spend June 13 Muttlo VanDevccr Klrby at Turners-vlll- o ness In the First National Hank before Mirh 1'i:aiii. IIl'ltN.siDK.hns cone to going In Miller Hros.' bank at his In decorating the graves of their brothwas attended by a full house Lebanon to visit Miss Lucia McAfee. ers In tho order as well a tho graves which was liberal town. in its upplanse and MltH. J. I). HomikkmaN, of Lobar-oMiss Maiiy Towi.es Sassp.kn, of of orphan children. A pleasing pro- praise of her excellent work. The Is visiting her purents, Mrs. I. A. gram, Including speeches, Ac., will bo supper was also greatly enjoyed Henderson, candidate forsupt. public and Totter. Instruction, Is hero in projccutlon of carried out. the whole netted quite a neat little Mm KiisaCamnitz, of llustonvllle, her canvass. Sho Is ahlghly accomplish Tom Johnson, colored, was cWcn 10 sum for tho Bndeavorcrs. spent tcvcrul days with Miss Lucille ed lady, author und originator of days In jail nnd lined 2." for carrying a Cooper. The Myers House will have a new "Mother's Dav in tho Schools" and Mil. I.KWIH Wiiitt, of Lebanon fully comictent to conduct tho olllco to weapon concealed. 25 After ho lays out nnd apparently an excellent hotel man tho jail sentence, of his friends, by for a proprietor Junction, spent several days with the which sho aspires Juno 1. Mrs. M. C. permission of Judge Carson, are going home folks. nurnsldo has leased It to B. A. to work u day for him and let blra go. Ki Wilkinson Is moving his family of tho New Sprlni'er Hotel. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. to Mrs. Maltlc Ncvliu' cottage on The salo of Mrs. C. J. Bailey's lands New Ulchmond, O., who will open tho Mason's Jars at Uca7ley.V Carter's. In bath rooms, water closets street. In and near town was not largely at bar, put Mil. AND MlIS. J. M. AL.VKUSON Piano for sale. Just tuned. Cheap. tended, but bidding was spirited. The and all other needed conveniences. lont Sunday with Mrs. Multlo A Ivor-to- n W. A. Carson. Vi acres of woodland pasture was Attention Is directed to the adverat llichmocd. bought by Mrs. Kate P. Miller atlTO.SO tisement of tho Fox Art Gallery at I(ii;s wanted nt 10c .t dozen. Ilea?" and she also bought II. K. Ui'dilKH, of the Louisville the lot of about 0 Danville which appears on this pape. Comtnerclul, epent Sunday with his ley A: Carter. acres at J 100.7.1. L. H. Stone bought Tho owner, Mr. Edward II. Fox, Is a s parents at Lancaster. Something new In neckwear for la tho lot of u little over two acres at born artist, who hus cultivated his talMIS' llLTII Ki.LISON, who has been il'- - tier acre. None of the lots havo ent und always keeps up with tho prodles at John V. Jones'. Is attending college at Williamsburg, buildings on them, except that one has cession with the latest appliances and visiting friends here. TllY tho Safe Hog Cholera Curo for an ico house. Col. J. P. Chandler was best material. Ho does the bestwork Mlts. KMll.Y SaUKLF.Y, who has been salo at Crnlg & Hockcr's. auctioneer. and at tho lowest prices. vlittlng In Columbia, returned to Dr. sm Foil salo cheap: .'15 egg capacity InC. A. Cox's yesterday. The suggestion that Kentucklans THE farsical proceedings called a Du. and Mus. J. W. HitYANT Went cubator and brooder. J. B. Furris. hold a Disarmament Convention nt trial of K. K. Wilson for tho murder of July . is good ono as to a woman by abortion committed on her 10 Millersburg to visit the family of MONEY to loan on tlrst mortgages on Stanford, purpose and place, but the data should Is "till on at London and court Itev. W. S. Grlnstead. good real cstato. Apply at this nlllce. has been bo left open until the The Hague Con extended a week. The defense Is mak L. M. WKSTKiinKM). chief dispatch 1U-(-I I Finish for killing IKItfclO bugs gress shall fix a time for nil raauklnd it,.' evurv effort to hnteho.it er, )cnt several days with Chief W. F. tn.H. and curculio of all kinds, W. H Me- - to unload. Then with our discarded! tnunv hv thn intrvvim.tf.in nr Sheridan at Harllngton. .r ' vu u.t.sisi vi uuibiiuiyiu jguns, pistols, Knives und bottles we gun women on the stand. Tho proceedings Mm. Nannib IIakpbii, of Hutoc-vtll- ltobcrts. erect at the county seat of belllcosa old ure both disgusting a disgraceful and is had tho misfortune to fall atd son of Lincoln, n peace Jim Shanks, the M year-ol- d monument as enduring break a wrist tho other day. Alio Shanks, colored, died of consump- as brass and as Heaven reaching as bringing the courts and law Into disre Mil. Mikk L. OUht.r.Y, who ha been pute. A hung jury or an acquittal is Fountain Fox Bobbin's lllghts of elo Lebanon, tion yesterday. attending lixiylnir goods. Will Srvkiiance Ii In Loulivlllo FltUIT Jar and Jelly & Glasses In Du. abundance at Warren Goldstein, - THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. e 2. g I. s. This Is now the most up Gallery In Central Kcntuckr. liat Inir liccn ccnlly "lu,PPl Hie marvelous Ansstlgmst Lenses; tho now discovery In optical science. I wNIi to say to tho Ladles that "h bst k. .II THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of the very m batest Designs "FIcur-De-Lls- r) JVJouldigs Patterns never sold In lliU locality bofor- o- have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings-Amonthe lot Is the New French " mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that require a ilslnty frame When In Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo will save j 011 money. 121 Third Street Opposite I'oil Olllcc, Danville, Ky. n, . Fltz-patrlc- k. m Lan-cast- er Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, Ami all kinds of FAHMING IMPLEMENTS. IrV. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. ' MEN'S We have a lot of well-mad- 11 '), e FftNTS. Cord uro v. Cissiniere and that we Mill close at Jeans Pants all f refli stock e, tho I'nlversiiy at Tcnn., returned home Saturday, Mil. W. S. Hi'ittM, a Stanford attorney, has been admitted to practice before the Interior Department at Washington. Mil. S.C. Lackby, wife and Utile Itebccca, returned to Harrodsburg yesterday, alter a vl.lt to Hon. G. A. Lackey. Mlt. J. K. Cakson and daughter, Miss Ucsslu, have returned to Wabash, lnd., with which place they aro very much pleased. AKTEK a delightful time Mr. Thomas II. Shanks and his house party of Lex lne'oo belles and beaux returned to that city yesterday. Tin: lrocreslvo Home Journal savs that Dick l'cttus, of Gilberts Creek, is In Somerset teaching his Odd Follow The Literary Club, composed of brothers to sing the opening ode. Misses Bcttie Paxton, Fannie Shanks, J. Nevin Caktbk leacs today for Mary Hubbard, Linda Owsley, Jeunnle Uengc, Clay county, to play the role of Feland, Flora Ballou, Mattlo Hopper, storekeeper and gauger again. Ills Esther Burch, Jennie and Marie WarKrnest Carter, will aslst In brother. ren, Isabella Bailey, Kate Alcorn, the tore. and Belle Denny was a consistent christian, living as hedled, Mil. U. J. Lyixs, of Nashville, ae" IN decorating the graves of tho sol- ready to meet his Maker. When life royally entertained by tbo last named compunlcd Tllden Cook's remains hero diers today, don't forget to lay a llowor was rapidly ebbing away his sister at her pretty country homo Frlduy afand spent several days with friends, his wife. Her part was talked with him about the future, when ternoon. An elegant progressive lunchMrs. Lyle was too prostrated from long Uonlhaiot almost as heroic a one as his; ho went he told her that death held no fears for eon wa9 enjoyed, at which Miss Feland grief to come. witching and to meet the rain of bullets; sho remainhim. It was a most gratifying talk nnd won the tlrst prlie, u handsomely bound Miss Veuhena Dawson Is back ed behind to weep, to pray, to hope, to tho knowledge of his being In a better copy of ono of James Whltcomb Riley's from the Midway Collcgu a full Hedged Sho shared his heroism, let her land, to some oxtcntasuagcstho.son'ow books, und Miss Jennie Warren the boograduate. Mls Frank Haugh, of Ion-do- fear. share his reward. of his grief stricken sisters and broth- by. This toe ety has been organized for another graduate, is staying with some time und holds regular meetings a few da) s before returning home. hor Tub IHipiilurlty of Tllden Cook,, ers, who have drunk so frequently of once a week at the home of some memtho bitter cup In tbo last fow years. Jason Wesi.ky, of Mlddleburg, was whoso untimely death is noted at ber, when tho latest books aro read and hero yesterday and gavo this olllco an letigth elsewhcro in this Issue, watt uuring his illness lew or no murmurs discussed und as a literary least, gendecoration exercises shown at llustonvllle Frlduy night. escaped his lips and his wonderful for- erally enjoyed. Invltaton to tho titude further endeared him to those . there today. Mo camo to meet Hon. Thu suggestion was made that tho boys A BOMANTIC marriage occurred hero Vincent Horcini:. who will bo 0110 of of town send for Dowers to place Uwn who night and day watched at his bedtho speakers. his gravo and H'j was raised In less side, anxious to see some improvement Saturday, when u Jew und Gentile, had in tbo noble young man. Itov. W. E. their lives united by Judge J. P. BaiMiss Mauoaubt Gubenb, lato of time than it takes to tell It. Kills, who preached a short sermon nt ley. Mr. A.B. Sykes,who says he is a job Junction City, who Is one of the gradMlllcdgovlllo and tho homo In Nashville, said, among her of cotton wood paper in Now York uates, sends us an Invitation to tho THE towns of commencement exercise of tho Dudley Moruland uro almost one, so rapidly other things, that he felt that he had City, and Miss Lenu Slier, of Spring-fluiMo., were tho contracting parties. High School, Lexington, which occurs nro houses going up between tho two been made, u better man by knowing llttlo Wesl.l'nd burgs. A doen or Tllden Cook, and that ho had not a Some live years ago, the groom, who Is ul tho Opera House, Juno 7. uro com- doubt that his friend und member of a widower, says he met his fair charmMus. M. C. SaUKI.EY has a straw- more substantial residences conhis congregation was enjoying the er at a watering placo near Los Augu-lelarger thun out olllco pleted und icuny others uro under berry patch not which lead us to bollovo reward of righteous life. Ills dis Cul., und Cupid ut once shot u dart from which sho has guttieicd more struction, boom has struck that course extracts irom which appear Into his heart. Ho being u jew and sho than 10 gallon of us lino berries as that a veritable wus clsowhero a most beautiful u Gentile, there wus of course, objec were ever tasted. Tho crop In this sec- part of our county. and touching ono. Tho remains were tloti to tho union, but lovo finally contion is tho largest for many years. In the case of Tub jury G. quered and sho met him hero and bethen brought to his brother-in-laTUB reception by Mrs. T. Lovo Mulllns for killing Langford In Hock- very elegant custlo wus obtulned out of tho 60 men B. Cooper's, Sunday morning und at 0 came his wife. Tho bride Is quite, a lust afternoon wus a o'clock thoy were taken to tho lluston- good looking young woman, who conand largely attended function Immensesummoned from this county and uro L. fesses to lit), und tho groom u rather ly enjoyed by all who were present. II. Nunnolley, W. G. MoBeo, Uriah vllle Cemetery, whoro after appropriTho house was beautifully decoruted Dunn, O. J. Crow, G. W. Carter, J. D. ate remarks by Kuv. B. J. Plnkorton, handsomo fellow of 21). Thoy wero and tho refreshment were splendidly Datum, J. II. Taylor, C. T. Owens, II. were lu'ld to rest not fur from whoro he guests of the St. Asaph while huro. saw his youngest sister consigned to Shortly after tho marriage they left for prepared and hutdsomoly served. B. J. Tunnor I). Carter, A. C. Mastbh Ned Smith, accompanied and J. S. Murphy. Tho testimony was mother earth less than two years ago. Savannah, Gu. Tho following gentlemen acted as pall his futhor, B. W. Smith, and Hon. concluded lust night. Tho speukln Columbia, T01111., begun this morning by Judge II. G. bearers: I Cowan Saulley, J. Carroll J. N. Saunders to II, Hockcr, When You Need where Mr. Smith will bo married to- Wllllutns for tho defense. An ucqulttul Bailey, Juno II. Held, Juno W. S. Dryo and Sidney Adams. An Your llusgv or Wugou lleiinlred morrow. Tho llttlu fellow will appear Is predicted. Immense crowd gathered to pay tho , Iwar In mind I can do It good und In a dross suit, which was mudo espeo do It I'lii'sp. to the beloved son of and lilly for tho occasion, and in which he Funny Oanuuii. u Llttlo Sam,gundor lust tribute In profusion told dcudsilent In peculiar rare (lowers C. V. Gentry, has Docs Your Horse mighty cute. looks lovo the It so bring lilm to Need HlKx'liiL'f GubG.Coui.tkii, Ksi., of Graves, Ho seems to curo nothing for gueso terms of tho Cook and esteem day donors me. .Mule rial liu ilaucil but 1 In. Tho wus a great desire to hold Tllden cundlduto for uudltor, wus huro Satur- whatever, but shows a will shoe lilm for sue. un overland trip play mother. Thu other day ono of sad ono In Hustonvlllu und eyes unused day returning from chlckoiiB to weeping dampened when tho body J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. through Clinton, ltussull and Cutoy, Mrs. Gentry's hens left tier stopped tho gander to take was lowered to Its final rostlng place where he sajs ho wus tho Hist und only and in which ho bus Six times In tho last seven years has candidate to go. Uo bus been In U.l charge of the chicks, Ho scorns to bo this family been Wslted by death und remarkably well. dono counties ur.d says bo thinks his m proud of thorn as tho averugo futhor hurdly do tho heurtachos of tho loss of You talis rosy us they cun tic. uro us jour Wlieut and Corn to Morris' und thoy follow him one member leave till pungs ure ugalu I'led's IVxImngo In Wiu. Diiugberty's shop. Miss Ih.iiki.i,a Hailby received Is of his tlrst bom did tho mother who sunt to those hearts that uro well nigh In Btuuford und gut In t'ulmiico l'lour and well us they great uppluuso und many compliments fully us run ulso Mrs. Gentry, Sam's broken by troubles which follow thick Mwil. You Chicken buy l'lour,, Meal, Ac for her vlollou solos during tho rondl dosortod thorn. clivur ut stuff. Ilrun. uco lliuii any wlivro Hi town. A imi mother, ulso hits u turkey with uu un- und fust. God grunt that this dark Hon of "Tho Midsummer Night's 1m, I luifl.,1.. ,111' MVi'tiunird will I n.tr. ..11 un egg uliuot hour may bo but thu duwn of u brighter liber- Dream," uthu Danvlllo opera house usual record. Sho laid farmers und I soon joy und happiness a Rood tiling forand full weight- pMgo goods and occasional. duy und that ily ul truusucllona Frlduy night. Whlloin thu city sho every day while sotting Hit it Holler us snogocs uuomiwi make tuko tho nlace of darkness und couio from Puddvrur's 1M und her guct, Miss IMlth (jrlggs,wcro ty drops ono now MOltlUS V'ltEU. I Mills uud uro woes. her llttlo Hock. untcrlulned by Mls Mary Robertson , n, -d, s, 11 mm I.ll-lard pios-peels DitMOntATS should mako It a point quence. Iotilsviiio Times. to hear Capt. W. J Slono at the courtCOOIC Tllden Cook died at the house this afternoon. home of his sister, Mrs. U. J. Lylcs, at ft When the Intkiiiou Jouiinai. Nashville, at 3 o'clock Friday aftergoes u catlln' It goc a cattln'. Its sub- noon, after u protracted spoil of typhoid scription price has been reduced to f 1 fever. Ho was the youngest child of to cash paying subscribers and lis job the lute J. M. Cook, of llustonvllle, and printing department will do your work was born at that place, Sep. 17, l(J76t while you wait at less than you can buy Bis Hrst business cxpcrlcnco was In the material at wholesale. this olllco where he worked faithfully who for several years, after which he engage Tin: report that Tom Baker, cd with Caldwell & Lanier, of Danville was recently liberated from jail hero After an bonorablo career of a number where ho was held for thu killing of of years with tbem he gave up his posi Clay county, had been SbcrllT White In tion last fall and went to Nashville and assassinated at his homo In that cotin studied dentistry. It was In Nashville ty, seems 10 have been a canard, though Ilka It was here and at Danville, he ho Is said to have been shot at. made friends of all with whom became As wq go to press a largo crowd is In contact and no young man stood gathering to decoruto the graves of tho higher with old and young than he. Of soldiers at IlutTalo Springs Cemetery an amiable dlsosltlon, as genllo as a Tho Federals and Confederates will woman and the very soul of honor, ho unite In tho ceremonies and Capt W. was loved by all and most by those who It. Penny's company, In uniform, will knew him best. Karly In Ufa he united givu martial glory to tho occasion. with tho Christian sliurcu nnd ho was predicted. Cutting Ai'kkay. Lllbarn Padgett fletaal Gost Priee Ready Made Clothing come In at was pluced In jail by Constable Ben Ilecord Sunday for having cut Letcher We have decided not to handle Bunch at Klngsvllle. The two had been ut outs for some and Padgett claims that when he told Bunch that his family must not comu on bis place, the latter abused him. Padgett further says that Bunch got up from his chair And include in the above a few Suits for Boys. If you are interested, e mean what we say, they go at cost. once. und made aulllclent demonstrations to make blm think be was going to Sght him and then It was he began to carve him. Bunch, who is about 00, is not thought to bo seriously injured, although he has several ugly gashes in bis bead and neck. Tho examining trial will be held before Squire J. A. Singleton today. JOHN P. JONES. im'mmMm:m&&8m Mere to secure such bargains as we are offering. We have our room rented until July 1st only and these oil Mont 1 GOODS MUST GO You may never have an opportunity to hey goods as cheap. These are some of tho best goods from Severance 4 Sons' slock, but they are short lengths and odd lots, and wo are making i'BICES that will close them out. Come Early. 1 J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. I mm4$m?;mms,mmst Just Like a Mill. -- HIGG-IN- S &r, McKINNB Y. Iron Fcnco. j Cypress Shinglo 355rX ( tut-1- A, C.SIHE, ( Mntnl Tfloofinfr. . , STANFORD; KT. Mill Work. tlr.l-clu- Sfeortfeiw . . Ad v- - ' THEINTERIOR JOURNAL f 1 lJCIt YKAK IN ADVANCK trWbtnnol aopaidma.B will be charged. IS? araMffl tub i an r. m. . M. DAT. M. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. Arrrlres at Stanford at 1 04 10 Msnfunl it No. t 12 00 No. 21 Arrises l lUiwIinJ 2 30 No. 22 Lnm SUnlsM t of the visitors is astonishing to them. Tho American comes out with' his hearty laugh, not caring who is around, .It Train going North ... -. ....ll(rlpu and the dainty eenoritas look at one 2 l urn No. " South .......... .1.' 35 k in another In wonderment. An American HO.M " WS2pM girl is the most interesting of nil sights ... ' Uo.M For allirolnta. to them. They watch her In silent SQIQll TICKFTTS SOLI). amazement from the time she appears IIAOOAOE CHECKED TUI'.OUOH. in view until she has turned the corFor any Information enquire ol ner. They seem to think tho AmerJOE S. KICK, Agent, women the most wonderful of Stanford, Ky. ican all earthly objects. Tho Santiago FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. ladies, no matter how hot the day, always dress In black when they np-- . Trains leave Frankfort t 7 A. M. and W P. M., onnwllng it Oeorgetown with 11 A C. and reach-U- g pear on the Plaza de Arraa at 'la tnrdo' 3 10 P. M. 1'irll a. M and Tills for the usual evening's promenade. M. andtVSOr. M .connecting at Oeonre-toatVll A. st40 with (j A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9.15 Tho other evening an Arnusjaswi girl . and 7 10 p m. A. jostni n. newton. a. o. r. a. was there In a blood-re- d co Vine, made of some kind of thin, flow ing gauze maQUEEN & CRESCENT. ' terial. She promenaded with young Trains pan Junction City at lollowi United States ofllcers, and the rising of .1J 02 p m No. 2 Norths... 4 11 p m Ho. 1 South am the sun at midnight would not have at" .1I.VI m No. 1 " .! "4 No. 8 llpni tracted more attention Hut the thing IIUiu " " ... SOSpin "10 " 00am No.1 ' which threw the whole city Into a comKos. 1 and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no furthan Junction Cltj. ther motion was tho appearance of a young American girl on the plaza riding a wheel und wearing a white costume with a short skirt. Such o, tblnjr a girl's riding a wheel was never before dreamed of in Santiago. This fair American cyclist wasdoubtiess out for the purpose of having n little fun. and she succeeded In astonishing the natives with an event they would talk about for a lifetime under usual conditions. No less amazed was Santiago Made from pure society when a Chicago lady appeared l" cream of tartar. at a fashionable reception in full evening dress. It was a square neck decolfood lete gown. Santiago women had seen such things in pictures, but they did not believe the illustrations true to life until the Chicago belle stood before them as the living exemplar." KNOXVILLEOTVISION. 241 le a. A Chicago flirt In Cntin. The American vtomnn commands n(. tcntlon vtherever the port. The Cubnn correspondent of the Chicago Record, telling of tho unsophisticated ways of tome of the people, ay "TheAmcr-lea- ns arc naturally the wonder nnd ninnzctiient of the Santiago natives. The entire- nervous tcm of tho city Is dolly being shocked by the new sights and the new events since America took jHissc.vilon. Tho people here oro ac customed to n very formal way of speech and action. They walk as If every step wcro studied, and tho more enlightened talk with the utmost - CRAB ORCHARD. j JOHN II. MILLER FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. TO it The way 1t Rev. Brewer preached at the Christian church hero Sunday. Tho church Is now without a regular pastor The Crab Orchard and Stanford boys will have a gamo of baio ball at Crab Orchard this, Tuesday, ofternoon. The strawberry nnd ico cream supper (riven by tho ladles of tho Christian church Friday night was tiulte u financial success. Ml Lula McClure. who has been visiting In Doyle and Garrard for the past six week, returned homo Monday. Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Ilurgln, of Richmond, spent a fow day this week with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1 . Kdmlston. Miss Bessie Carton spent a few days visiting her friends In Crab Orchnrd beforo returning to her homo In Wabash, Ind. Miss Myrtlo Hughes, of Stanford, visited among friends here the past week. Mrs. A. Addatus and children will spend tho summer with, her mother, Mr. Jano Buchanan. V A. Drooks Is at homo getting things In shapo for the return of his mother and sister, who havo been visiting In Kapsas for the past three months. Mr. and Mrs. Galnet", of Spencer county, Mr. and Mrs. Holdara Stuart nnd Mrs. Isaac Mayfield, of Corbln, aro visiting Mr. Wrn. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Singleton have moved to their pretty new borne, which has just been comple ted. Mrs. Laura Mooro has rented tho Singleton proorty and will keep house again. Miss Hallle Kdmlston will leavo for Crawfordsvllle, Ind., Tuesday night to visit relative. I.lke Ono Shakespearean 1'lay. John 1'rcdmore and Isaac Halrd live on adjoining farms near Warwick, X. V. They slwsys Urtd In peace and contentment until lately, when they had a squabble over a turkey. When John's cows got over the line fence and flattened out Ike'e rye last summer John went over and apologized and offered to pay Tor the damage, llse wouldn't take a cent, and they fixed up the fence together. When Ike's boy, Johnny, pushed a big shepherd dog into John's milk spring and two cans of milk were turned over by the wave which struck them, and the spring- looked llkoa tank of milk, Ike spanked the boy soundly and John took the loss Their turkeys, however, were not so congenial. Each flock as it gTew through the season wandered over both farms, but never together. John, however, thought that one of his turkeys had joined forces with lice's, and ho spoke to Lka about it. Ike denied the allegation, and angTy words suddenly disturbed the pastoral serenity. Tho result was a lawsuit which brought John before a jury, and half of the viUago attended. Ike looked over his flock more closely and discovered ono particularly wild fowl which he con cluded was not his, and so be brought this bird, a fine, plump young gobbler, into court. He admitted that the bird was not his, and John persistently refused to identify It as one of his own. Several witnesses were sworn, and two Warwick lawyers made vigorous addresses to the Jury. The jury retired and promptly found "no cause of ac tion," The turkey was marked "exhibit A" and was left in evidence. The Jury decided to draw lots for the bird, since no one claimed him, and Foreman Thomas Mabee won him. - IS THIS candidate for tlie I.rfcMMurr, subject to tho action of tho democratic party ! ix YOUR Hnl.ndM firtn nf2fafreln S.nit!.et kan.M inllea fpini tin, Mlinrl line Well lnate-1- . IU Ml rio'lfarnilncHHiiitry thlrklr attll to Announce lit ramllilacv for trail for farm In t nitral Ken tlie office of lleprwiitntlve) from Hie county iHiea.f Ucnuor ll.iol to IV" illnVrema In a turay Can pay of Lincoln, subject to the action of the trade (TO AdlrrwIkK K, Stanfird, Ky HON. M. F. NORTH STORY 'Every morning I havo a bad taste In my mouth; my tongue Is coated; my head aches and I often feel ditty. I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I est distresses me. I have a heavy feeling In my stomach. 1 am getting so weak that sometimes I tremble and my nerves are all unstrung. I am getting pale and thin. I am as tired In the morning as at nleht." What does your doctor say? "You are suffering from impure blood." What Is bis remedy? W S. BEAZLEY, 1). D. S R. A. JONES, DENTIST, I LnncnHtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With VlUllml Air Oftlce In the New I'liyatcMn aitce. In attend, 1 Stanford, Ky. Tliomon (lullrtlnz DR. W. L. LOWDER, PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST, MOKINNICV, - KlCNTUCKY. I'reacrlptlona Carefully Compounded Sight. J. S. MURPHY, A.nl (r the Dy or (M-llr- Walte Lowry Wood Machine Co., lalwafsal tirtb. a jVpr i I jrv w r rtr All for sslc Ht nil time. LIVERY, FEED AND IALE STABLE, - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, llorc and Mule, crn.tantly on hand and B. G. FOX, r'nfj Binding Twine, 4 cheap and eltrrtli. bind, l worth af whlih will ,o as far at 111 worth of tb tegular kind. I alw handl KACnilJS SUTPLUS AID RIFAIK. ,. yon money Call on lu. and I will I) J .x ll lll'IIV.Turnersfllle.Ky A. 8. PRICE, garfeon Dentist, N: , jr. a Stanford, Ky "Mxxxxxi, OfflMam MelUWtts' Pros Stora In Unlldtm "5 lb. Huitonville,- t. suTTOwr, Undortnlter, w a Kentucky Owsley Offers hU mi t loes to the people ofWrst LUcoU asl Caaey rwinllea r nil stuck ol loans aud Cast. .iaatwayson band avs w. BROKEN BICYCLES Hend them to TlIC s pawa,as a ! K RoVal against alum. u Baking Powder Safeguards the You matt not have constipated bowels if you expect the Sarsaparilla to dolts bestuork. But Ayer's Pills cure constipation. We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may li At.A 9 A Iks aaLlna -wwrmm a- l)ANMI.U:iltl.r.Cl,lASII.I.K No mTbtrlM SATISI'ACTIOV Ot AKANTI'.r.lt Mason Hotel MltS. U. D.cilMl'JJON, l'ror.. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Porters Kveryihlng Uble. 89 meet all trains. first-clas- s. emlnai? Uon. W rfta aa f Inyoi reply, . oar arvcsrww n. to 1'fhpaphvilcUn. Ton would Ilk a4 AUtUVM. atwiut Tour condi- - eoiualt tha naruruUra T MISS EVELYN TAKDIP, Tho Seamstress. Plain and fashionable Sewing Cutting nnd Water Works M Fitting a !icvlaltv lAncnstcr, t Kentucky. lM...sa.a).aSMa..s t SW awn S)M Al Wla LowalL, Mu J FIBB, LIFE & JLCCIDIEIETT INSURANCE. TO THE FARMERS All natlona are learning this lesson ! CONSIGN YOfU STOCK TO Osborne Form Implements Succeed e e. Alum baking powders are thegrcatfst eotnacm to health of the present day. sow, nama eowoaa ea, mmim, mm & corns, m vo. ta f t apply leeches to persistent cigarette smokers. To the no small surprise of Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. the doctors respectively In attendance, both the leeches they of very strong vitality presently reVft P7 While You L1t. leased their bold and were observed to CldLhe Companies Py When You Die. drop dead. So notable was this fact that the experiment was tried of apOfer 1150,000 paid In Using Iwneats. Surplua plying leeches to other patients who OrerS.U,o)oneerTeand were then under treatment for excesII IINES VEAREN,Lki1 Agent,. Stanford. Kv. sive A. SM1TU11IO MAN. Secy., cigarette smoking, and in every 13 Lexington, Ky. case the leeches died almost Immediate ly. Distinct traces of the dangerous empyreumatlo oil that Is given off by tobacco under certain conditions were found in the leeches. The same experiMiaatfiii ment was tried with excessive pipe smokers, with no apparent injury to the leeches. In one of the back counties of Texas, says a southern exchange, is a negro doctor who enjoys on extensive, practice among the colored population. A. white physician accosted him on the road one day, saying: "Well, Dr. Sam, where have you been?" "Deen to see Hill Johnsing-- , sah. He was wrastlln' wid Mose Jones and busted a blood vessel." "Indeed! that's serious. What did jou prescribe?" "Oh. I flxeU him all right, sah, wid alum and gum arable. Alum ws to draw de parts and de gum to stick 'em." lb may bo interesting to add that Dill Johnslng completely recovered. No rational American enn rnnlfin. plate the enthusiastic response to the rtcent call for volunteers, observes the lie Mm Hilml hiesimsnt Compuj, Of Lexington, Ky. One of the gravest facts relating to the harmfulness of cigarette smoking to excess is one that has lately come to light. In two distinct cases, recently related, with initials and dates, by Dr. Forbes Winslow, it was necessary to Lire Stock Comnisilea Xarcatnti, Central Covington Stock Yurtla. Covington Kv.. or Union ftock Yard. Cincinnati. alilpptng Kant bill oar care prlvllegM aelllng Central Covington StoeW Yarda. We will make It to your advantage and give your stock our peronul attention. 21.3m Where others fall most especially our Ilia der and Jluwera Their rfoellon I credbuilt of the, I material that ited to money can buy Also Iwlng fitted with the. only perfect HOI.I.Klt IIKAUIMIS In assuring at all times lightest draft and Only tlie best companies represented. of repair always 1?. longest life A full line Something Inquiries solicited new in Set our Hay Tedder K. H. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. this section FltANK 1IOLT7.CLAW Stanford, Ky Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington. Ky., Are located m a. to offer Hxclal Induce ments to the shipper South of thaOblo Utter In saving them extra exene and time. In addition to the local buyer there will be Lincoln County National Bank. Capital elock.'tltu.u's). Surcrwwr to The Farmers Rank A Tru.l Couioy and under aame ruansKsaient eontlau- - H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., ously lur XV lears. Solioits Your Bank Account, MKItTOIW Eastern & Foreign Buy ers on the Market For all Kln1 of stock. don't fall to consign our care privilege ing which will be of benefit to ou. lloplngj-uc- h buslnew relations wlli;,roi. mutual' ly Un.ltJsl aud pleasant. Is Receiving bis Spring; & Summer Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. J.J Willi. ui,, Sr ,"SI J.h. Iiw.ley, When ahlpnlni: East Wllltsui sell- A. W. rsrpnter, W. ll.Cuiunilns, l..b, CENTIIAL COVINGTON STOCK YAltO CO Commission drtns win give prompt attention to consignments. t f e))flNiwimmfMM3UittM!x((a w Rev. H. C. Atwood, former minister to San Domingo, said boforu tho New York Conference, of which he leu somo expresmember, nnd evoked sion of disapproval by admitting that he hud been quoted correctly in a newspaper recently as having said that lynching was no worse than tbu crime of assault: '"If I am to bo churched, why, let that come. I believe that Is as bad an lynching. I would rather defend a woman than a criminal. I for ono do not stand up for mur J. - l.yno. S. It. Phanks J. F. Ca.h, J. II. Ilasley. Ol t ICI.ilS: fahler. JX.JVJcCIiAY I will tnnd my lino Jiiok. Hero, ut my stable, near Moreland, the aeaoii of IW, HERO. JUMBO. . II. Shanks. I'rrsljent: J. II. Ow.lty.la.blrr W. M. HrUhl, As.t FIRST NATIONAL BANK ?"T 7""V. iaTssv'rJ OFSTANtOKP, KY and was bred by Itev. Sorplas, 117.3:0 WixmU, ii f Danville, und Is by Abrahum, Jr . C.J.1U1 SUck 5100,000. out of a good Jennet, und la nil emu lurgo Institution originally established as th 1 This breed" r A lot of his colts cuu In) keen ut I will also stand my place posit llank ol Stanford lu lDM, Iheu reurnanlied ai Ha Is tb National Hank ofblanlord lu Ibti andagsla reornanliedaslha At $5 to Insure A Living Oolt. The Favorite Line ioxnsviiii.iJ I J v -- i to & V r l'runeisco the great ubil-It- y nnd dauntless spirit of the navy of Trains Morning and livening from Unour country in the engagements with ion Station, lOt li and Broadway . the war ileets of Spain und the cooland ness and magnificent lVtshuntfers desiring information courjgeuusneas rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, Csebraskn and points in the far West, Including Cal- of our soldier w hen under lire in Cuba and Liioru and escape the conclusion ifornia, should address that this people Is not degenerating hi Frank J, liced, Gn. I'ass, Agt . the noble, virile qualities that bhoue at K. 11. IUcou, Dis. 1'ass. Agt. Hunker Hill, New Orleans, Chepultepec V. 11. McDoel, Vice-l'& Gen. Mgr. and Gettysburg. Charles II. Rockwell Truffle Mgr. The very newest society fad U a dinner to which not one man Is lntlted a kind of Adamless LMen sort of a feast. Will it last? Are tho women strong the enough to do away entirely with man's society and find unalloyed pleasure in, SOOTH'S BEHEST SYSTEM. their own? This is a conundrum, remarks a writer on such topics, which remains to be solved. la the mean1'ENETKATF.S time, to be at the top notch, of fads in EIGHT GREAT STATES swelldom at least one Adainlesadluncr If en tuck r. Tenuesacn, Virginia, Georgia must be gh en during the season. Suti CHICAGO. tho Colorado penllentlury. Tho convict Is strapped In a I would like to tuke options on good farms In Lincoln l'ount For terms ami particu- F. Ileld, IJntoln chair without u neat, thu muchlnery Is lars address Mil LANDOItAI'. S.T, Harris, " set In motion and tho paddles do tho rest 20 Krlgi r, Ky where It does tho most good. J.S.IIocker, ' On September 0, next, people will date their letters not all people, but a How long will largo number It bo before a similar collection of numbers occur, und how often will It occur In the 20th century? First National liaukul btanforil A thrte-teur-o- ld black Jack ut j5 tu Insure OMAN It Lin I'l IONS u lit lug colt. In liil, baa had praittcslly an unlultrruplvd edit. Ar. crand. but Still l.ruiitluns rol life of Joy. tfTThu rtiulum oiltrtd on fe.imbo and Huckien'e Arnlia halre, iurea lliem. aUo Old, Jurulsj will Ih awarded on Sept. S. eue for II years. It Is Ultn supplleil now will KirpM. I leers. HolU. 1 rlulll. iui,fntt ml II II KINO, Mortluiid. turns, Wsrts, Cuts, llrulwa, llurus, hcnlda, lni lacilllles for tratisactlnn business promptly and lib lunl., CbllMalus. Hist I'lle ere oil eatlli lnlie.out lUlusand Aibes. Only .V a bus. Iuib erally than aver before lu lis long aud hunorabli guaraulrrd. Nld 'jy lVnny, UruUt ON career. Accounts ol Indltlduals, IJutlarles.Brui Spanking Is dono by machinery in ssd Indlrlduali solicited. der." UNDEETAEEE! And Dealer In Lir HA.ENESS, SADDLEEY, &C. STANFORD, KY. ld OPTIONS FARMS WANTED. DINSCTOai, Co.; J.W. Hayden, btanford H. H. lUughuiau, " Souttiem Railway North uud South Carolina, Alabama. MlMllppl. Through Sleeping Cars Uelween LoulaYllla am' the Houth. THREE DAILY TRAINS Each The Xew York woman who married a J oung lawy er and gave him $2,000,000 because "lie made such beautiful recomprayers" should be a shining' example The sting of a honey bee to members of the legal fraternity of mended for rheumatism nnd it U said the necessity for early reformation. that u healthy swarm working together can cure tho worst of eases. A St, wom1 M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernou J.lIColUer.CrabOrch'd The Cook proertv at Hustontlllv Is offer- M, D.EImore, (Stanford. ed for sale privately. The dwtllliig la a commodious fruiuu building of 10 looms, lu orricaai. reasonably good repair, whllo thu lot contains 10 acreo of splendid land. The out- J . Hocker, I'realdcul; J.J. MdtolxrU Caablir, buildings uru good uud there Is convenient A. A UcKlnnar Assl.tantCshler. to tho residence u No. I cWern, There I no d has prettier or more convenient home In Central Tho tallest building In thu wo-lKentucky and a bucalu cuu bu hud In It. Just been completed In New York. It For further particulars cull oil J II. Cook, and from Hustouvllle, or O. II. Cooper, Stanford, lu Is 3!X) feet above the ground Oliver Chilled Flow and ltepulr. tho foundation to the top of the flag Malta Cultivators, beat lu the world. A Fine Dierlng I toll and IUU Hearing llluUers. For Sal,, fan. polo Is 601 feet. lH.erlng ltull und Hall Hearing Slowers. Mojer lluckboard uud Huggle. A cloud burst undermined the track Garden Plows und Double bhovel. 3, of tho Hurllngton, Cedar Haplds and Will pay murket price for Wool. Hacks We will sell at publh sals Cur furnished ary time. Northern railroad near Waterloo, la., All kinds of Furulture uud any plecu or i Fine Farm la and wrecked u train, killing nine and County, wiles West of ef 363 Acrei Ky C1S17 kind of Harness ou want. Call on HuitouTllle, i Ibis 3 I), r). CAUI'E.NTKIt. IlL'STOSiVlt LE. Kr. wounding many passengers. farm Is considered tb best In Caaey county. It li Pretty Home For Sale. W V. Wallou " t t. inn, W. A. Trlbbla, YOU GET MORE In the T Cuurl.r Journal than In any omrr paj.r publl.lird-lo- lh lu taullty audiuanlly, TO FARMERS. X04 Papers One Year For 50 Cents. than any otb.r, gissl 011 Bhsfa Tb Iwlc. Wsk Ourler Jourail Is the ..usl of many dalliea, aud th auwrlor of all olher It lwrs. morsprluts iuoi. real new., mora gol class gwxl storlea matter, ageuta. banipta tvplis In COL'ltlKltJOLItNAI. Hy rwcla Heilueadsyandbtturdsf. applhallou. Issutsl commission to Writ Ky On Saturday, June Bluo-Oru- '99, CO., Uul.rllle, trraiigemeut Dd Tb You Can II, t Tha -- wyUtweu Paul paper reports that a Louisville and Lexington W. A.TUltK, O.V. A.. Wakliliigtou. O. O. W. U. TAYLOE. A. O. I', A. LouUvllltt. Ky an of that city who died the other day left by w 111 enough money to pay taxes ol certain personal property which the had not returned to the assessor. liweiuaiiolli rooms, Cellar, and all uet.sary Is w.ll watered with nes.r lalllui tnriinisaudlslnsbUl lata of tultltalloo; UIuk about two.lblrds w.ll set In grass lb. lulsui Is In cultlratlou. Tbla U s rsr. vpporluully for aoy ou wl.bloK a nut farm. '1 bis farm will La ,l,l r,.r ouo'tblrdtash, bilsui.lu on. aud two yssrs with sa I . iriTui,iui.i(.i twws.1011 Kiren Jan. i. rjisj. with lr mlntsofseedlujMhis lor Buffalo's new Union railroad jstatloo, formation tall on 01 adJres I all. O. lurlher 1.. U. VauArsdal. cost M.000,000, U to buve a waiting HusUiorlll., or WallaCareuteroa tb preiuUos, to 235 feet, ald to bo tho larg. who will Isks pleasure lu showing you I us. farm. n f. Vk v a iiwii i t room 80 by llustouruiekfy, Or Adam Carpenlit'a Heirs, eat lu the world. outbulldliiKs: . .1, nufiw.ru wiim v,rrai uu Ilsrus, a lemi Weekly Interior Journal. TWICE ICOOlJ COURIER- - JOURNAL, Aud wlllliigto pay top price In cash for IlotbOu ltjr lor Chlckeus, Eggs, Feuther. Duck, (Jee.e, Turkew. Olu.eni:, Yollow Hoot, lice Wax. 451.35, Hide of ull kluds, Copper, llrass, Iron uud J Hone. Also will bo lu thu market for wool, This la fur (ash auljiirlnilnn. Ai See me. aud get lit) price before selling, und crlptlons uud.r this ivubluatk'a lOrr All sub. must b " gel spot cash. Cull ut biy headquarters, Mill IbioughlhUottre. 4 1'errln & Peucu's Olllce, near Duiiot, Htan-for- d, U. ItoblNSON. Ky. W. V. tt'ALTO.vfS,uroao, Kv WA.3SrO?E3J3 Only wtwfaasaMests-- I.SWStSSw