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J.STONi: When ho Ili'sluiinouiK'cii for governor I NO. 27 Mr. V.Wia Cravor, formerly Mits 1 MAKI18 A Klkln, now of Mndieon, Mo., hero with relative:. The reduction of tlio price of tlio JouitNAJ. toll per year I regarded im n great sacrifice, slnco tlio nro glad to et It at f 2. Tho statement In the Times that Corbel will carry (Jarraiil county, U not belloed here, ceclally If tlio farmers come out, In which event It I believed that Hardin or Stono will get ', tho Instruction. D There I u strong feeling licro to make oposlllon to trust mid prolee-tlv- o tarltl.tho principal olltIcal liuc In the coming campaign, and till should bo done as they nro the pe plo'c greatest enemies. Humor ha It that Jack Chlnn would bo (JocbelV adjutant general and that Capt. T. A. Klkln want to hold tho tame olllco under Stone, If he I elect ed. How far thero rcoru will contribute to tho election of either reIlurdln Mock wilt main to bo aeon. sub-erlb- or go up a hu has mndo no promises. People, are forgetful of tho fact thai in It only n pleeo of tho human maehlnury. dollcnto In construction, and that sleep and rest are neceary to prolong life. Some live two day In one and become old eoplu at an enrly age. Late hour at night deitroy vl tallty und tho poron who sleeps eight hour will live much longer than tho one who sleep four hour. It I alto gpthor proper to rotiro not later than 10 o'clock and to arlso at lx. Mr and Mr. Randolph Harris, of vour county, were hero Thursday. Itev II N. I'uulconer U at home after a very successful uvangclUtlc lour. Lieut. J M Farru wan complimented by ix lady after rendering a olo at lha Christian church, tho lady remarking that sho wanted him to sing at her funeral. The sy-tt- o lieutenant In rccognllng the co.npll- ment, ald. "Thank you inadum, I will bo pleased to do so at nnv time." Tho meeting closed at tho Christian church today, Thursday, after doing much good. Kid. Lloyd tell tbo pco plo plainly or their aim and wmii crumblo About It, but they mllo again when something I raid about tbulr neighbor. HI tylo I aggressive, lomewhat like that of Sum Jones, Kvory Illlcd Tuedny afternoon when Cunt. V. J. Stone, tho Confedor- uta vctoran, entered on crutches mnld great upplouso. Ho was Introduced by Judge Satllley nnd began his speech of an hour and 10 minute by taring ho was glad to meet and become uciiunlnt- cd wlth'tho ooplo of this part of tho Suite nnd to give them hi views on tho Issue of tbo day. Tbo people arc sovereign nnd they had a right to know how tho-who offered for their nf-- f rugo tand un every question. They ara entitled to tho best material and thu best service that can bo rdidcred and It Is their duty to select men for oltlcct, who will maka It the one object of tbulr term to lalxir solely for the public good and see that, the ntlalrs of government are conducted In the most economical manner consistent with its oUJect. The senkcr declared ho was a dem ocrat, not because it was oopulur to be o, but from principle and because he believed that the greatest good nnd tho fullest happiness nnd prolerlty was possible under n democratic admlnls tratlon. He then contrasted the salient principle of tho two leading partlef, tho one standing for lower taxation and the government by the people for the people and tho cither for the classes ugalnst the musses, making trusts and combine to rob tho cople. as every tendency now I A review of the history of thu passage of the McKlnley turllT bill, then of the Wilson bill nnd Anally tho Uioglcy bill was given nnd It was shown that although the tarlll iiow wus tho highest that 'over oppress ed n cop!c It wus still Inadequate for the expense of tho government, bo eauso of It protective features, which practically shut out eomctltlon from abroad and legislated money into the iMK'kcUi of n fuvored few, who control! ed tho principal articles of necessity In one-legg- PINK RPKKCII ASH t.AUIllTS tho newspaper friends of tho other can-- ! il Mates said ho wn n good man, but IIAItDIN. In the raoo. Kdllo-skno- w every In tho court-hous- o eut was wasn't whllo that of Kid. K. L. I'owull was more criuailvc, holding up tho Cod of lovo and mercy In a style very much similar to that of Uev. George O Iiarnc. Cupi. Stono had a good audience on Monday and ho made a good Imprc Introduced him Mon. Senator Karri la a few well chosen remark, referring to hu pas i life In a very touching tnun ncr and paying him a high and a do serving tribute, Mr. Stone proved to be ound on national and State Issues nnd an able advocato of the truo prin ciple of democracy. He showed his manhood In declining to make any un kind reference to Judge Hurgls, who wa wounded in the amo engagement In which ho loot a limb, ullhough tho judo made an unwarranted thrust at him. Tho pathetic mention of his suffering after his wound and tho ministration of tbo lady who subsequently became his wife, called forth tear from thoso wuo were not accustomed to weeping. Tho frequent appUusa showed that he has many friend hero. A largo crowd came to town Tuesday to take part In tho decoration day core- manic. Thu unfurling of Hags, tho distribution of Doners o'l tho grave of tho departed and the outouring of p;i thcilc eloquence evinced tho patriotism of our people mid the lovo for their fill len hrroe. Kach Mower was otTorcd us a word, token or u whisper of rcmom- brutico of brilliant uchloemcnt. The rowd gathered In thu court-hous- e at 2 V. St. Tho Lancaster band dispensed anproiirluto music and Hon. Letcher Owsley delivered un address full of pa trtotUm, replcto with history and c cuts which cause tho dead to llvo In our memory, tho bluu und tho gray alike, receiving appropriate mention. Tho bund then led u long lino of Federal und Confederate veteran to tho cemetery, where Mowers woro dtstrib uted. iiTM.iiK'm()NM.nvi: IVutliu rmult of hi. nldtilUl lisalla. lli.loml- ttlil will an. I Imutudou, tutttj art not fuuud vhr Muiuu b. Liter, hliluejr. au,l lluwsli art) oulof urdtT. If you wnt tlww quallllr. ami tin -tutinsy uniig, un un mug .ifw i hv ui. -duly Tlisjr ilitrluiK-rr- y rof brtln smll-xlPenny's Drug Mora, JiVal An automobile trust, with a capital Of 120,000,000, has been formed und tho Studebakcr Uros., of South Hcnd, Ind,, havo taken u contract to build a million dollars' worth of tho horseless vehicles. In order to turu them out a 400,000 addition to tbulr largo works win do made. ii Waul..- - (his lluntlrsd Italian cih u( I'alarili lull tanuol Hows this- - Cattrru i;ur. T J. Cll KN E V A. CO.. 1'roi., TuleJo, . IV, lit umlrnlgurJ, have kuuwn 1'. J. 1'uruty forllialul 111 13 lull, auJ Mine hlui all lnulaes Iraniartluui, nd ttuturi. bonoral'l ally alils lu wiry uul auy obllgailvu iuaJ lb their Arm. lleward for anv iurvl by Hall WiLI'lid, Kinnax. Mahvik, Wbulrwlu lrui. t Lis, Tutalo, t), Oir 1 takf u lotcrntlly, trtlng liill'i CaurrU uf lb dirtily ujiuu lb 01wo4 dJ luutvua turf ay.ttiu. I'rliv "V t butll. RulJ by all Prug. rltla. Tmtluioaiala fim. the UU Hall' t auiUr i'llli WmtAThiax, Wkolvul lnufid.li, Tollo, (. this country. The gold stundard I rc)ootible for many of tho Ills of our body politic also and ought not to prevail. Tbo demo cratlo party stands for bimetallism and the coinage of both gold and silver at a Ilxed ratio and has since Jefferson, tho great founder of tho party, laid down thu Plan und principle of metallic mon cy. i'very democratic convention since, that considered tho subject, basendors ed tho free coinage of both metals and yet we havo the spectacle of a candl date for governor strutting around und calling tho causa of sliver "My Cause" and would make you believe that it would go down forever, if he falls to gel tho nomination be seeks. Dwelling a whllo on tho history of the sliver dollar and its treatment by the republican party, hu said that no silver dollars were being coined now, except from bullion bought under tho Sherman law. With our increasing tKipulutlon, tho amount of moncyshould bo Increased both by tho use of both metals a money, and u credit inoooy, redeemable In either, tho combined gold and silver being Inadequate for the use of trade. Ho show ed that to make tho silver dollar of the full dobt paying value us a gold dollar would not make It n dishonest dollar, us claimed by thu gold udberents. Tor SO ycurs gold und sliver hud circulated side by side and tho TJ.OOO.OOO peoplo of the I'nllcd States could muko It do so now without the uld or consent of uny tuition. Wo liavu recently shown Mint vvu can luko euro of ourselves on land und tea nnd wo are as fully us ublo to take euro of our linuticlal nihil Kevcrtlng to State ntlulrs, Capt Stono said that hu was for tho greatest Improvement possible In the common school system so Unit every child could get un education to fit him for all thu duties of. life, that hu opposed tho book trust, and would do all in hi IHJvvcr, If elected, to suppress It. hllo u member of tbo Legislature In lb&l, bo hud procured tho passage of a bill to give more prison room for con vlcts und tuko them out of competition with tho miner, tho ru road laborer und thu farmer, and be wus for working them to thu iiolnt of being self sustain Ing, muklng their labor, If it bus to coiuo lu competition with frco labor, to coinpcto leu with that class which bus to work hurdcst for a living, Tho 1st congressional district, from which ho had tho honor to hull, hud always been democratic and had always holpod democrats from other portions of tho Slato to bo elected. It now thought that it might usk for ouu of tho better oltlccs und If Its candldato Is worthy to discharge Its duties to lot him win on his own merits. The democratic party owed htm nothing nor in fact does It owo any man anything, but ho owes tbo party everything and evnry member should give It his full allegiance. Ho askod It as a fuvor of tho party to let him serve It and would put forth every uffort to win, for ho believed that Kentucky's tlno showing would havo greut effect In tho result next year and Insure the election of Wlllaia Jennings liryan beyond a doubt. r. thing, you know, nnd they nro nwfuliy" clever.cohu hail no fight with thorn. Hut when It him found that ho was In tho rnco, It was begun to bo whispered around ut lint, he know not by who-- e friends, that "Hill Stone Isn't a good freo sliver man;" nnd nguln that "Hill Stono had voted for gold lionds." At Winchester hu took occasion to de nounce these roMrts and say that bo vrould withdraw from the race If either could be proven. Imagine his surprise, when "l. Watsltig Harding" Jumped up nt Shelby ville and tried to prove irom ttie Congressional Record that bo bud voted for gold bonds, when tho fact was the record showed hn had voted against them every time thu question came up. though he hud on two occa sions voted to advunco bills to the 3rd reading o us to kill them for good. He was in Congres und making otieechca for free silver before tho great Apostle Hnrdln over dreamed of It becoming an Issue. When ho piovid thu falsity of Hurdln's charge they begin to cry und sa, "Stono has two records." Hut speaking of records, somebody else bus a record. Ho hus u record for running for olllce for '2t years or long before three-fourof this nudlenco were voters. He hud been elected for three terras on tho tall of the ticket, but when he wus placed ut Its heud ho led It to Ignominious defeat. Hut HatVlIn has a still further record. Ho organized tho convention In ISM, elected Judge Heckner, u gold stundard man, cbalrmun, who placed Senator L'ndsuy, another gold stundard man, who was not u delegate, on the commit-te- u on resolutions from the State at large, over the protests of Uluckburn, Kbea und other free silver men, and when tbo committee reported for the gold slandurd und un endorsement of Mr. Cleveland, Mercer couuty. tho delegation coniosed of a brother and tho ersoiial friends of Hardin, and presumably expressing his views, voted to adopt the resolution. When the freo silver men begged Hardin to decline to accept the nomination for governor on the platform, he said, "Gut behind me satan," and waltzed out on tho platfoi in and accepted it. IIu afterwards repudiated the platform and we all know tbo rest And yet be tells you that he was "blazing tho way to the Chicago platform" and hud his name signed to It before you ever saw It. In order to defeat him the Hardin cople had trotted out various and sundry mon supposed to be leaders to defame him, Including Judge Hnrgis, a Confederate soldier, but be said nothing could make him descend so low as to Injure a man who wore the gray uniform und lost a limb for the cause he loved. Tiieu they put up Judge Heckner to tull his llttlo tale. "Do jou know Heckner? If not, ho cun best be described to jou In the lunguugo of the lamented Senutor Ueck, who said, "I saw 20 picture of Juda,iIscarlot,waen In tho old world, no two of which woro alike, but all looked llko Bill Reckner." Tho beautiful pictures that Hardin has had scattered over tho Stuto, making him tho greut I nut und liryau und Black burn, very small fry, was with tho object to deceive the unwury ucd make them believe he was the solo candldato of those greut leaders, it hud been ukcd hi m why he did not goforUoebol und ho answered, u Goebel bus treated mo like a gentleman. The s.imu relations might huvo existed between Ilurdln und myself bud ho not tried to pull me down to build up himself. I wus driven to tho necessity of showing him upund telling of his wobbling in and out while 'blazing tho way to tho Chicago platform.' " Thu speaker enumerated several reasons ho waited to bo governor, one of them being that bo might help tho struggling v ouug men of the Statu. th "Ho-cius- Dewey f : PHi Elegant Line Displayed At Washington will he a grand nfT.iir, but It Celebration h no comparison to the BY ! C3ifeiiSKssBn THE C 3L IT TT? UTUUsDI... Men'. Up-to-da- te MISS TE'IS CAKPHNTKH. st This beautiful young lady will represent Stanford In tho elocutionary cot-teto be held at tho Opera House, June 1(1. Sho Is a graduate of the Stanford Female Collcga und has Just returned from tho Madison Institute, where she took a special course In music and elocution, her favorltp studies und In which nature seems to have fitted her to excel. She Is a most charming elocutionist and If he does not win further honors In "A Set of TurquoU." her admirers will be greatly disappointed. back to recovery and hope. He returned to Lyon county after tho war and with the first money ho made hi sought the young woman at her homo. For over .'10 yenrs, sho has been a loving and truo wife to him and ho was sentimental enough now In the evening of her life to wish to lay tho tribute of his fellow citizens at her feet and tell her that the poor soldier she had nursed to life and health bad bcon chosen to be governor of his native State. Great applause almost drowned the speaker's appeal from Lincoln county democrats to help him realize his ambition, but he saw from tho demonstrations that nearly every man present bad determined to help to that end. That Capt. Stone has a large follow Ing in this county thero can bo no doubt and that he added to his list of friends is equally as true. The feeling against Hardin was shown by tbo applause and demonstrations of delight that followed every point made against the chronic olllco seeker, who has asked tho democrats, we opine, onro too often for their support. Thoy think It time that somebody else was given a chance und If this county does not in struct against him ull signs go for nuught. MISS SASSKENSl'KAKS. Shirts All Goods Guaranteed. Fine Underwear, Good Socks, Full Dress Pekay Vests. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. ! Latest THII Boys' nnd Children's THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. ti rtTa .. flmmptfCnnfte Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, Pretty Patterns in endless variety, from 50c to I $ m fl 50. White and fancy i i ;- SILK FUFF BOSOM SBIHTS Straw Hats For nil c'askes. Prices 10c to f 2. aTTEHMS CASH. - H. J. M'ROBERTS. ft At the conclusion of Capt. Stone's seech. Hon. IX. C. Warren introduced 1 Ho told how ho had dono so whllo In Congress and of tho records that some of his bonellclurles had made In peace und vvur. "I want to see tho 1st district Und fuvor ut lust und u furmer honored. Ho bad been accused of demagogy In telflng tbut ho wus a farmer, but ho simply told thu truth and wus glud that ho Is a furmer. They had received him with horny banded welcome on his roturn from tho war and had ever slnco been bis friends. Then sotno newspapers suld be wus seeking sympathy, when he told that lpj bad served thrco ycurs on the Hold und spent one year In tho bospltul for tbo cause of tho South. Hu needed no sympathy and wanted none. Ho only did his duty und when be died bo would want no greuter epitaph than that he ulwuys did his duty as bo saw It and was willing to die for what ho believed to bo right. Thero was another reason that hu wanted to be governor. la June, 1801, a beardless boy full iu battle with a possible death wound, and ho lay upon tho flold with bis life blood ebbing away. There was nothing but darkness and death bofnro him. Ilat thn unit hand of a lovely girl stayed tho blood How and In tho hospital nursed him Miss Mary Towles Susseon, of Henderson, candldato for superintendent ot public Instruction. He said she had CLOSING never scratched u democratic ticket nor hud the opportunity to loso u limb Sunday, Juno 4. 11 a. m. Annual sermon by Hev. B.J. I'inkerton. at San Juan or the Philippines, but Monday, June 5, 8 f M. Ait Exhibition and reception. she wus us patriotic and willing to serve Wednesday. June", 8 i m. Annual concert. her country us unybody. Miss Siis-teThurxlay, June 8, 8 r. M. Kssays by graduating class and conferring degrees. then In a very lady llko way WM. SHKI.TO.V, 1B3. told how she hud served 1(1 vears in the school room und how sho hud made thu subject of iKjpular education u life : study. Shu had addressed 2,0' JO peoplo on educational subjects, but this wus tho first tlmo she hud asked for favors for herself. Any old thing, she suld, would do for governor, but u good Ilurltbourds, Ac , you can go in comfort hdiool superintendent wus indlsponsu-bio- . und pleasure. Our superb stock of up-t- o dale Cnrriaces nre a temptation to Her appeal for help from this those who enjoy drmuc iu style nnd comcounty may not be In vuln, as sho very fort. They ure of tiur!or make und favorably Impressed a largo number tliiuh. who heurd her speak and metberafter-wards- . Is a Miss ftjojinj The Frakss Of Spring ! of the late Archibald Dixon und u & cousin of Gov. John Young HroAn's Verdure and Flowers, while driving wife. Opp. Stanford, Ky. around hi juo of our eav ridinir v oi.i ANiiTlm moss Are srauil, but Mtln l.riiiloni rob life of Joy. Huckiru's Arnica halrr, currs Ibrui, alio Old, lIuiMiliii! ainl KvTrr Mr, I'livra, Hulls, reluui, !,..l urn ..fa ,( filti.-, llii l. , IIUIU,, k .. II. IUIH VV.MV, Bll'i V....- I,, IU, JL... J hau.N, CbllliUliK. By insuring in the Old Heliahle lint I'll cur uu earlh. pmraout jloan. a Stanford Female College. EXERCISES. cn 1 Traps, Surreys, Runabouts, n grand-daught- B. K. Wearen c, Son, Court-IIous- SAVE YOUR MONEY Co., of Newark, New Aibra. Duly .V guaraninM, Pom 'iy I'ruuy, Pruln, box. Cure Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Writing from Farmorsvllle, Texas, whero ho has located, Mr. J. L. Tanner, says that the town of 3,000 inhabitants Is beginning to boom, a new oil mill Is under construction, a company has Just boon formed to put up u largo (louring mill and electric lights; also a big olo vutor to go up soon, and water works they say will be put In this fall. Crops of all kinds aro line so far. kt-o- Jersey, AMZI DOM), President. Assets, Market Values, i07.03O,OO-.M0- ; Surplu, 5,39.1S'J.71. $10,000 Ordinary Life I'lan, aKe a. lu the Mutual Benefit, Annuil Premium JiCO.OO ,10'00l) "' " Mutual Life. X. Y. " 50 " tiowo " " " Northwestern. " f 279.60 " " New York Life, " 1281.10 . " i. ,110.000 .i Kqultab'e, " " 1281.10 Tim Mutua' Benefit Policy U has Cash Value, Loan Value. Paid up injurauce, ami L'xtended Insurance that works automatically. Dividend are payable at thu bsulnnlui of the second, aud of each succeeding year, and may be used to reduce premiums or Increase the Insurance m hrcry member of ih .Mutual Benefit Is sure of fair, liberal treatment under Tilt IAOLK, KINU Or ALL DlllPS, circumstances, mid no matter what happens ho will get his money's worth lu InsurIs noted for It sight, cleur aud dl ance, forit is all put down In Black and White "IN THE POLICY " For informa-tlo- n tlncl vision. Ho ure tlioo persons wlio use or rates apply to K V Smith A Co., State Agent, 642 W. Main St., Louisville, ttatlierluniT EagloKje bulvefur weak eyut. kite, sore eve of any kind or Rruiiulutcd Ky- - or W. m. MAHONY. Ky. lid. Pold at 1'funy's at ii cent. t-'78 0 all t Twin sisters, tbo beautiful Misses Mabel and Maude Upplngton, divided tbo honors In the graduating exercises at Sayre Institute. m . LUKU Agent. Stanford. Cypress Shingles, A-CSIN- fc1 ( Iron Fence. to consumption. Dr. will euro It. and elve such ktrenittu to the luuca lh.it a couvU or a cold will uot kettle tbure. Tweuty lire tent at 1'vauy's Drug Store. I Dell's the foreruuuer IIIHITATION. STANFORD. KY. Mill Work. Metal Roofing. ! .Ik :; ? c v UNO AND STQC(. Mrs. Stanford deeded the bulk of her ntnuks and real estate, valued Ri siw. For sale, thrco sows and 21 sboats. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Louisville, was a big occasion. Presi noo.mo. to Stanford University. U. II. Ilcazloy. Jns. Grannao, a young man of Toledo, dent Tarvln presided and mado a speech Yearling bull, subject to register, for In which ho said that tho Chicago plat- fell from his wheel In a btcycle race sale. Mark Hardin, June 2, 1899 form was not written for ono year, but thero and was Instantly killed Tuesday. Powell : Harper sold to a Missouri Stanford. Kv.. Tho Burhct House, Cincinnati, suf- party a jack for tl.'O. for all tlmo or until tho questions arc settled. Gov. Altgeld spoke on his fered a J10.000 loss by fire, which For sale, 00 acres of good land, cither W. P. WALTON. favorite subject, that against govern Miiirht. liw tho crowing of electric In one or two parcels. Address box ment by injunction, and also took a wires. 11M. A committee has been appointed to whack at trusts. Other distinguished W. H. Uoutand Jones Uughman, of The Interior Jocknal, while build a monument to tho West Knd, havo In &5 acres of In Dry Good., Clothing and Shoes. We lend In l)W Prices t The Ijul.TllIe Store Goebel and opposlnc Hardln,has speakers held tho platform the first day solicit funds to Dewey In Lincoln Park, hemp. nothing but tho kindest feellnjrs for and at the banquet that night, tho Admiral party's ablest exponent, Col. W. J. Chicago. oodoo, which once The stallion, Capt. Stone In his ambition to do v.iwir.1 Hnnnon. the catcher In a sold for $24,100, changed hands tho othof Kentucky. He Is a man every Hryan, responded to tho toast "DemocLawrence, Mass.. was er day JT0. boys wild ball game at nl Inch of him nnd but for tho fact that ho racy" and as usual ot the by a foul ball and C. II. Gentry's Honert Hun won a camc.out late, after many were pledp-c- with enthusiasm. Tho three candidates struck over tho bcart following for governor spoke yesterday, but killed Tuesday. good raco at Latonla Monday and ran ho would havo a greater A poso In Grant county Is In pursuit third yesterday. than ho has. That he has foupht tho neither alluded to tho other orspoko of who ! UnbUaclicdiSlirellng, lie. , farm hand Charles Taylor, who Is 0.1 years old, battles of life as successfully as ho has, his own candidacy. Goebel seems to of Jaraci Smith, a 10-criminally assaulting tho Is driving n stabla of hordes UnMcarlied Sheeting, I3c. handicapped as he Is, shows him to be havo had tho crowd, for while all were accused of ul White Ynnl'Wlde Ilenvy Itniwn Cvtlun, 4c. material. Ho is a man liberally npplauded, tho applause for daughter of Jesse Poland. Klvcr Junction, Vt. of no ordinary The postofflce department has Issued of convictions, with courage to main- hlra wns terrific. Mr. Hryan went to J. C. Johnston, of Boyle, bought In Yard Wide lllcnclit-- Cotton, 4Jc. directing that hereafter Yard Wide Unbleached Cotton, .Ijc the West Knd n lot of butcher cattle at them even unto death, and has Mammoth Cavo to loin his wife, but Instructions tain as letters Yard Wide l'vn nle, 5c. In every phasoof life that will return in time today to till his newspapers shall be treated 21 to 'Ma ami iorao hojs at .lie demonstrated mall for Porto Ulco. J. B Embry, for Nelon Morris, of he can be trusted. He made a glorious appointment to speak at tho Fountain In maKlng up the yards. Capt. Dick At the Covington Chicago, has bought of Gentry Broi., record in war and has eclipsed It even Ferry Park banquet. Tho democracy l-2on tho C. c. if ho Is nominated, ho all over the country is becoming arous Smith, a popular conductor of Boyle county, 150 export cattlo at In peace, and we, ed and determined to elect Bryan next ti O., was run over by an L. & N. train, live cents. will find no warmer supporter than and lived only a short while. Both legs who are tho son of a Confederate sol- timo by an overwhelming majority. The sale of tho splendid C.uey counwere cutoff. Kwrybody knows what Hupe Cotton li. This wrek only 5Jc. love the grand old fel dier and who ty farm of C. C. VanArdalo will occur rei'CIilicak, mighty close to Judge Cantrlll dismissed tho remainI.ndale Om-- Ticket nnd Fruit of the Ixmhu Cotton, Oc. lows, who bared their brcasu and riskat 10 o'clock Saturday. Seo "ad" and Bradley, says that If Taylor Is nomina- ing Indictments against White lied f'irciU, 4.c. ed their lives for the causo they loved. ted for governor there will bo no uso Shlpp, of tho defunct Midway Deposit don't fall to attend. l.sdlcs' Omizc Vel, 3 for 10c. We believe, however, that tho Coving4'lnJilit was bought by John K. Mud- in that party making an effort to carry Bank, and ho was relea-e- d and left for Ladle' ltlmk Hoc, 5c. J 12,000 from W. C. Whitney. ton statesman Is the strongest man and the State as It has tho opportunity to Louisville, where he will reside. He den lor Summer Cotet, IMc. I25,COO for him last as issues that he has forced will necessensibly. Is just out of a term In tbo peniten- who paid Madden do It If deliberates and acts Short Waists, blue and pink CorcU, only &0o. year. Ho will be put in the stud. sarily be the leading ones In the com- Taylor wns a greenbacker and free tiary. ing campaign, that he can better and Btshop lllt.ler & Bra. had killed and silver man, facts not brought out before rock ha crippled ay dogs A rich mlno of phospato more ably maintain them. Sunday night, T tine on account of his obscurity, but since discovered on Cumberland river, Shropshire sheep, .'11 killed outright. some attention by his near Tompklnsvllle. J. IX. Shelby.who ANOTHER row and a rumpus Is on at ho has attracted Lom $400 Thcn sheep cost $7 and LitdicV Dre. Skirts, l)Sc to id. Louisville. When tho democratic stupidity they will come out this time. mado tho discovery and who holds an were killed by live hounds owned by n says that the governor option on the land, has already been Ludiex' Pntrnt Tip Shoe, I'.iltlon or l..nce, 75. State executive committee met In Lex- The samo person Negro near Kuddell's Mill. Three of Lndic.' Patent 'lip Oxford, only fpOc. ington In March, the committee by will not help Taylor, and without his offered $100 per acre for tho land on tho dogs were killed. Paris Kcntuck-Ian- . be nominated. Men's Itnckle Plow fctu'e, only "5o, which tho mine Is located. resolution authorized John W. Vree-Ian- assistance he can not knows what an Ignora the Louisville member of. tho The governor could not MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. committee, to make arrangements for mus Taylor Is and that he A Mi irk I nu llrpl. bo a "I called this cvtnlng. Mils Shock. ball and for the tickets and badges pass a civil service examination to the Wesley Collier, aged 20, and MUs ono was required to to nU you to be my wife," said the for the convention to held there. gauger, much less If Mcrtle Delaney, 15, will be married nt suitor. Men's kxm1 Cotton l'ant, ItSc Mr. Vrceland, acting upon the author- be governor. today. J. F. Delaney's "I am sorry say, my friend, that Men's lintlir Whirls, 15r , ity, rented Music Hall. As Mr. Vree-lan- d Senator Goehel warmed up to his Harry Haycs.ugcd lO.and Lula Wise, you have made to mUtake In your calla Men's good Unbleached Drill Dfnwrr, 15c. Is a Goebsl man, the opposition to work at Bedford and went for the al- 14. slipped off from prayer meeting In ing," replied MUs Shock. Men Cr-- li Pain, '25c Men's Crnsh Cap, '2 c. Goebel charges him with plotting to leged democratic organ at Louisville Chicago and were married in Detroit. ICmm Ills llnslnvss. collar and cuil, only 25c. 50c quality. Men's Xegligre Shirts pack the hall. Chairman Johnston and Its candidate Mr. Hardin. He A dispatch from McMuney says inai ".My wife locks the front door and has repudiated Vreeland'f action and showed the dastardly nature of the' Sheldon Smith and MUs Mary Jackon, then I lock It." has rented Macaulcy'a theatre for the publications against him and coupled 10, eloped to Tennessee and were mar "What that for7" is not half largo Hardin's name with that of Dick Tate, ried Saturday night. convention, which "I don't propose to have herget rae out enough. Ho says that the executive his personal and political friend and Aubrey C. Flshback, formerly ste- of a warm bed to go down nnd see It committee had no right to interfere In otllclal associate, In a way that the at nographer for Master of Trains B. N. she has locked it." Chicago ltecord. In Both Straw and Good.. Ion't fail to look tlirongh our line of Carclx, Mattinta matters purely the province of the Cen- torney general, who carries his law Roller, was married this week to Miss and Lncc Curtains. What llr flut. tral Committee and that he does not office In his hat, must despise. By the Wllcoxson, of Chrlstlansburg. Mr. IJI11 You sny the thief snatched the intend that It shall do It. Thei e is al- way has anybody heard of Hardin re- Fishback is living In Louisville now. purse from jour wife's, hand? R. ways something for tho democrats to senting the charge of Infamously falsi rinMilt. Court Clerk Newton Jill Yes. fuss over and they seem never to miss fying made against himself weeks ago Bright and MUs BettlcK. Owens will "How much did he get? Thirty an opportunity to do so. by Mr. Goebel? be married at Mt. Sterling on the 2tb. cents?" "Thirty days." Yonkers Statesman. The Clica"t Houe In Town. The prospective groom Is a brother of POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. THE denunciatory resolutions passed Mr. H. R. Bright, who marneu .Mrs. All the Sam to Iter. T.I). 1UNKY, Manager, by the Lebanon convention against "In one respect every woman Is amAn effort Is being made to have the Lizzie McAllster. Sanford Newlon, son of bidextrous." Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas National democratic convention meet Mr. Homer Branch stores at KlIiabcthlown,;KUton, OwmOxiro, Shelbvvllle, Versailles, Hards-towOwenMoore, has stirred that worthy up and at Louisville. t. l n . Nnwlon. editor of the Virgin-l- a- "How do you make tbatout?" Hopklnsville, Madinnnville, Morganficld, Ororcclown Ky , C)atlitTll, Tenn. "She can throw just as well with be threatens to institute suit lor crlml The new Spanish Minister to the ton Herald, and MUs Henrietta daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. her left hand as witb her right." Chinal III el against the rlngstera who had United States, the Duke d'Arcos, haB Beck, cago Dally News. them adopted. He is also very hot in arrived at Washington. D. Beck, of Owenton, will be married the collar with Candidate Taylor, whom is June 14. What lh Trouble Was. Vlrplnla's one arm Dr. Kurenone You axe suffering he holds responsible for the outrageous dead F. W. M. Holllday. He lost the Mr. Jonah Xagers and MUs Sallie attack, because be bad been charged limb in battle for the South. Dudley were married at the Wlllard from nenous prostration. I'll hare to S.A.Owens, give you a sleeping powder. with conniving at It and baa not enterSecretary Alger Intimates that a call Hotel, Louisville, by Rev. Benedict No. Give It to my wife ed a disclaimer. Mooro and bis friends is coming for lOfiOO volunteers to take of this city, In the presence ot Mrs. B. and the baby. N. Y. World. have accordingly whetted their knives the of those' now In the Philippines. K. Wearen, of Stanford, and other for the attorney general and will go in Grrat The newspapers in Gen. Wheeler's friends. Richmond Climax. Proud Mothti A. John, the baby to defeat his nomination, which tbey congressional district havo united in a NEWS OF THE V1CIHA6E. can walk I say would loose tho republican party movement to havo him enter the race Cruel rather Good. He can. walk 25,000 votes. of for governor of Alabama. Mrs. Wro. Simpson is dead the floor with himself at night, tbcn The bimetallic convention appointed Tlt-IllIn Madison. A leading republican, who keeps And all kinds of FAKMINH IMI'I.KMKNTS. help the National DemA postofflce has been established at his weather eye open, tells the Lexing- a committee to Anything for Departure. ocratic Committee to organize the par- McFall, Russell county, W. B. McFall ton Leader after having been over the SLaylatc Just ono more kiss, dar1000 campaign. appointed postmaster. ling! Just one and then I'll gol , Eighth district that It will Instruct as ty for tho Plnevllle.ro-turne- d fund seems to have Tho Dowey homo A special grand jury at Voice from the Stulrs For heaven's follows: For Hardin Mercer, 0, Spen gone off info tbo whence to look for an Indictment against Sampsake. Nan, give him one I It's cheap at cer, 5, Anderson, 6, Jessamine. 7; total of the price! N. Y. Journal. Shelby, 13, Garrardi the school children's fund to build two son, tho alleged wife murderer, 27. For Goebel Loulsvlllo Times. 27. Rockcastle In more Malnes. , Lincoln, 8: total, TlioroDcblr I'oitrd. "Gov. Bradley Is compelled to remain John Taylor, aged IS, who was to doubt; either for Goebel or Hardin. Friend I suppose you know an your . homo In order to keep enough havo been tried at the August term of Boyle 7 and Madison 14, no Instruc- close at of Wra. mistress secrets by this time? Is he prisoners In the penitentiary to enable circuit court for the murder of good Wall Paper nt 4c, 5c, tie "r jnil A Inrue asorlnu,nt The Maid Why, I know the real jer roll to nelcct tions. Whoever the fellow o Ulcers of that Institution to bold Lee, was shot and killed from ambush color of her halrl from at;the store of ruck. seems to have sized up things pretty tbo Washington Post. in Harlan county. jobs," observes the well. agWCIK KrCM A IIC MAIIC HIHOMI, Tho democratic Legislative primary A New York couple, whose ages Convention at Lou- In Lame county, resulted In a tie vote gregate ISO years, filled up on love's Tltir vtaior, made clear, ttyrs removed unci THE Commercial puii'iiuttd 1UU or "ire eym of any klriU isville seems to have been a great suc- between Robert Enlow and W. A. Rob- vounir dream and eloped tho other day. peeOlly and effectually cured li.v tho e of Wo also hang Wall Taper at 5c roll by the uio.t ciiiitent men and rarry ev. pa- - fc'UtlierfiiiiiVa Kiicl Fvi Palvo. "Il'uput up cess. Many able papers were read and inson and tho county committee has or Thero U understood to havo been erylthttiK in the In tuuei. unl olil on fc'Uliruritee. For will prove of lasting dered another primary to bo held Juno rnntill objections. much done that .ale nt Penny I'rui; fetort interest to the State, unless It Is allow- 12 Tho court of appeals reversed tho s Boston G. A. R. post raised a A ed to pass off as wind. A number of judgment of the lower conrt In Creech Pictures Framed to order on short notice in latrit styles I five na a call Bn, 'j,eo because President MeKinley wore vs. Davis, tho contested olectton cuso resolutions were adopted including ono how you cnu tavu moiiet. a Confederate badge whilo In the South was ma nnuntv. ureecn m urging an amendment to the State No. .Wtl Main St Danville, Ky. Telephone No. 121. I will tell at puMlc Auction 'o the hlglirst some of tbo members rel)bllcan candidate for Ml U'ayiifftliurif, ot Constitution to meet the dltllcultles of and because riuty f Uiicolri, Stat lftltt, Kentucky. KTII PAY OK Jl'Nh, ... . ravls. tho regular at tclutk mr, Hie or tUvrjtuti. tb MIowliik the tax system and a committee of 15 wanted to havo Gen. Wheeler make an VUUUWJ V.... ,, M,t address on Decoration day. on ih tok i.rorty, whtcb wt will present it to the governor and ' nominee. The court hoius tnero was M. II. tiuoch A llroa leii-- !ufymwarmnt rly of . to The Philippine courts have been re- not a fair election and neither candi(CaimtuMM II. ;. h A llro.. lor Uiradue th titrrlu, established at Manila, tho Spanish date U entitled to the office. rnltl State ami all vt ihikIiIi aiuouutlbttlawtu projriy There never was such an Improve- statutes being followed where not In Thn recent developments In tho lUmlfO. r.ld torr Ui Iiommj Vi'JofiWt, Horjr ta bonus 4im",i), I K v t Tubatt-I'atWr, Tobacco Screw ment In tho looks of a paper as has conflict with the sovereignty of the White-Bake- r fucd.as well as the troub- - 1'reu, 'I Tobum Ktiltea, I i Tobacco MulU com Kcntuckian-Citlze- n. United States. The painting season In here. We wUh lo rail your attention to the The judges aro appor- been made in the Paris and llatra, 10 iniuikU of 'ft, I TuImuto rowlnK out 0f. the killing ofi A. C. IJcorlce . TiMwflnUbrr Tolucco Srks II I'rvfri. keep the Iktt Heady Mixed Paints, Oils, Yarnihcs, Uruslics, Ac, In thefact that we of a market. It Is now an eight column portioned In the proportion of two 10(1.1 Turner last Christmas, anul .;uu of Seal w, Nov ami lip. It lb'r 't lUrrrli, uui.tit Toburu In 'lobacfo folio, with its two editions uniform In llpinos to one American. Spanish will D. Uaker and James fluuntl Tom Baker, ! iirotaNmnil Iwut Totfo uiki voi ouniia size, and printed from clear, new type. be the official language of the court. Mauuracturnl Toba-Baker are under bond to appear before Irnmof a Cib uuaUmif!. In hand Col. Craddock seems to have taken on a The Filipino members aro prominent of May, IMw. j Our line of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth Ilrunlies. Hair Urushes, Combs. Soaiw the circuit court to answer the cbarfo II (! AI.HIKP. 1. C, 1. atsiil ll.A our lu.ul mmlll. new lease of life by Injecting a young lawyers. IV HI ID ,UIUlVVs Wl'tVUfllW Ut"l umii iU .j ,..i...liiii. unlit..!.!,! HUU 4th IHtIiIoii, Mb District, Ky. of killing' Wilson Howard and Bert man, Bruce Miller, into the managecarefully compounded from the Purest and lie it ilruin Hal HowPRESCRIPTIONS bIeThews notation. Storr. and shooting old man o solicit your Htronai;e, Prices reawualile. tni ment. ard In April bW, have determined tho ON Four people died of apoplexy In on the governor for authorities to call U said that Senator Hanna favors O., in one hour. troops and It Is said that ho & Nash In the contest for the republican N People aro leaving Vanceburg be- the State two companies at once. send will I wnulfl llkii to take orttlona oiilmmmI furmit nomination for governor In Ohio. It cause of tho small h)x scare. I In Lincoln County For turrjj ituil tutrtlou- It Is so, It will doubtless be Nash, as The Third National of Loulsvlllo WM LANIHJli HUBBLE. lars ucldreM Hanna will, as usual, use a money ar- will cut Its capital to $100,000. iD Krlifer, Ky, o gument on that portion of tho party o A caso of yellow (over has been offJ. J. WalkcrV bunch of lambs welch-e- d THK BBST OF THBM ALL o which ho doesn't carry In his inside icially rcorted at New Orleans. C 70 pounds for May delivery. Bro. o pocket. o Tho Bourbon nock yards at Louls- II. Neal has irlven up his work with w o dumuged $7,000 by Ore. tho MethodUt church on account of THE Loulsvlllo Dispatch hud u pict- vlllo wero o Two ot tho lurgest paer mills in tho other work, and his plaeo will be lllled ure Wedneeduy of Green Keller, cano C'uncastor, who will nONTHLYJAGAZINe didate for secretary of State, standing world are to bu erected at Mlddletown, by Bro. Clurk.of Sunday o afternoons In preuch hero two WOKMm when O. o on his head; tuken doubtless Heady Mixed PuInU for all PurOM'S of morning, us It o tho clever old fellow was doing u dou-bi- o Tho Culbcrtson residence In New each month Instead n novel In everv num$120,000 sold for heretofore. Tho best wishes Contains complete"laruu quantity of u.cful has been ber. In addition to u o somersault In jubilation of his rosy Albany thut cot ud intirululng reudlutf luatter, of many k'ood friends go with him In -o prospects of having hU ambition gratTe ranffnuad mtorlt: trhlrh arm sa o Forty peoplo were Injured In ucollls. him in his now work. Georu'o Woods aSjtcKvMabla la wial r.utitrm. ified. Sold for tho LOW 1ST CASH Prices. o clovuted road In returned from tho mounlulns Wcdnes-- j Ion on tbo Lake-streIt should b Tn every household. Bub. o .iuu with tiki hLruk owes and lumbs. scrtnllon. S3.00 tier yrur. Democracy trotted a mile in 2:13 at Chicago. Airruts Mraulea In eteir town, to whom ..,' o Tho school board of Loulsvlllo voted Wheat In this community never looUeU thsmoitllbtruUnducemenUwIllbeonertd. Norfolk tbo other day. It Is tbo fastest , o j, urtUCOTT C0MTAMT, PubUshnf, , tlmo ever mado In a raw In May. This to give the children a holiday today to less nrotuUlnjr. Some hoj;s have chant,'-vnilabilphia. led bands here at 3.:i0. mutt be a democratic year. , let thorn see'Bryan. OO OOOOOOO OO OOOO O OOO O OO O OOOO OOOOO OO Tim 3rd annual convention of the nhln Vllrt nimniV.llnninh. held In - RED HOT BARGAINS 4 4 rov-ern- d, Here are a Few Specimens of this Week's Offerings. 2,000 Yds. Calico, 3 Ix-n- LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS; i48c. d, Tlen'SiSuitsj From $2.98 to $25.00. Tlt-Hlt- Full Line of Mens', Boys', Ladies' and Children's Hats. The Louisville Store. Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, W. A. t. CARSON'S, STANFORD. Just Think ir Of It. v A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, u-- ran-ku- ,.,, nu Paint, Glass and BrushgBusiness. NOTICE 1 5FjS ALE. 1 t.Ul-il- tr ant, .-.. Leg-slatur- o. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES 1 N-- t !( lt TbUr-Srd'ij- -- It FARMS OPTIONS WANTED CRAIG HOCKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo if LlPPlNCOTrS White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. o $7,-10- Wall Paper and Alabastine et ' ,, o 00 TllK Knight of Pythias elected t but we havo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho consolation of knowing tha it can following olllo cm lust night: Jack bo Divblliku of seven rooms on Mnln not hotter than tho most of May has Itout, O. C: J. D. Wearcn, V. C.:T. T. been. Shower conllnuo and tho crops Lackey, P.; Logan Wood, M. A.; John YOU Street for utlo or rent. W. I. Walton. Stanford, Kv., June 2, 1899 are spreading themselves. Hcndrcn, M. W.: John H. Meier, P. , WANT SllitKDPKU whole wheat biscuits nnd C. and district deputy. TllKllK will bo nn art reception at food at Hlggln.t McKln-neB. 0. Walton, IiUhinkhh Maxaokh. Grape-Nu- t BARGAINS tho Collego Monday evening, fith. from Ot'R boy defeated tho Crib Orchard 7:30 to 10 o'clock nnd Mis Hubbard, baso ball team there Tuesday by a score Of course. I have big S. 80Ia Watkh, Ico cold. pure and Hows. If your bogs nro not healthy who preside ovor tho department, ex- of ,21 to It. Tho batteries wore for value for you In evroost refreshing ut Penny' Drug Store. try somo of Crnlg .V Hocker' Safe Hog tends n cordial Invitation for everybody Stanford, Geor and Florence; for Crab ery line. Come nnd TllK bcit material combined with to attend. Orchard, Holdman and Condor. Thl ice me. cure, skill nnd Accuracy Insure good Curo. results. No other method arc urcr Democrats should bcur in mind that make tho Oth gamo they have won, out A M0VKMKNT Is on oot to havo a 'jig used In our prescription work. Penny's lib of Julycolebratlon hero with spenk-in- g, precinct meetings will be held on tho of seen game played. Hy an oversight' Drugstore. afternoon of the 10th to send delegate our reporter fulled to glvo u n notice fireworks, parades, fie. . ton convention to be held hero county of tho gamo between our club and Hus PERSONAL ANDSOCIETY GOSSIP. A cut LOAD of wlno barrel slaves was court day to nominate a candidate for tonvlllc, which It beat 42 to 11, making Oltt.ANI) Ilr.cic thrco straight beat on them. The' back from a term hipped by Mitchell Taylor, of Middle representative. burg, from McKlnncy to San Francisco Lancaster will come over this evening nt Asbury College. Nkwb come from London that about to see what they can do with tho InvinIlo.v. 0. A. LacukY Is visiting his tho other day, the freight on which was 7 1'. M., yesterday, Dr. A. C. Foster, CTOO. daughter In Fayette. cible. who was a witness in the Wilson ense, A. HllNPKitsoN and Ar'hur Scott, of TllK Wilson murder trial at London jioand costs. "Cat" lilven wns called J ud go Drown, ono of the proseMl. Vernon, nro hero today. fined 110 nnd cot In Squire W. A. cuting attorneys, to account for hi re I nt last over, tho 10 hours to tho Mil. J. A. WiiMliT Is back from 11 ColToy's court yesterday for striking mark made concerning his testimony. side having ended last night when visit to her brother In Cntcy. Tim Keynolds,nlso colored. Ho U laying After n heated nrgument Dr. Foster It went to the jury. It was proven Thla l now the most up Mlts. JaMKS DKVKits.of Hustonvlllc, Gallery in Central Kentucky, ,iAvlng been reout the fine In jull. culled tho judgo a ''lying - of b " and that two of tho regular Jury panel ha been the illicit of Mrs. Lee Mvcrs. cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lcnsc; the new discovery in optical . slapped him In the face. Judgo Drown were offered bribes und that ono of science. I wish to say to the Lndics that Tin: Ice cream and strawberry supper walked away MlHSKH UOKA'ANU LfLA llROWN. of tho commissioner had furnished Wilwithout a remark. Liberty, are visiting Miss Kate Wllch-e- r. given by the ladles of the Ilaptlst son with a list of the juror for tho church ni Mr. H K. Wcaren' last TllKY nre preparing for war In Clay Wilson swore ho was a Innonight put J- -J In the treasury of tha aid county next week, when the Hakcr term.of Mu. ANti Mlts. J. W. Davis, of Just received a large stock of tho very cent the crimo as a now born babe, Warren county, aru visiting her moth- society and furnished a plcasunt hour will bo called for trial. Geo I'hllpot- -, and leading citizen of tho town swore for all who attended. prominent citizen of that county, says thai Wilson was an all round bad er nt Hustonvlllc. man. x) preparations are quietly The trial of tho cau seem to havo that war-liMlSS IS'KLMK MKRSIION Is back from Tut: jury In the Mullln case nt Ml. being made' and that three boxes of been a most scandalous one and a visit to Richmond, where she secured Vernon tho re- Patterns never sold In this locality before -- have to bo teen to bo appreciated. Suitfor the killing of Lang ford, re- Winchesters and u school to 0cn about July 1. nmunltlon wcro ship-le- d sult will likely bo an acquittal. able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings-Amon- g turned yesterday, having hung, standfrom Louisville to n Manchester Miss Klizauktii I'kkktt, of Shel- ing 0 for acquittal and mouldings specially suitable for the lot i the Xcw French " three for two llrm, being put oil by, Is with her sisters, Mrs. Will Sevat London, Kat DECOIIATION DAY middle- - delicate picture", Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. years. The members express themHcrnstadt and Pittsburg to avoid bus erance and Miss Virginia Pickett. DUKG. selves much pleated at their treatment quire a dainty frame When In Danville, call and sec us and get our prices. Wo plolnn. Tho soldier will likely take n A MIQIITV pretty girl has bocomoour In ltockcusilo' capital. A crowd variously estimated at from will save you money. hand, however, In any fight that may Ilustonvllle corrcsondent and good 124 Tliird Street Opposite Post Oflicc, Danville, Ky. 2,000 to .1,500 attended tho Decoration Tin: shortest lived paor wo hare nrlr-- i out of the Whlto Baker feud. letters mny lie expected, commencing day exercises at MIddleburg Tuesday ever heard of is tho Kentucky People, next issue. TlfR Academy will clo-- e today with and spent a day of genuine pleasure. Miss Uoiikiita LkvvisCasii was one which Issued four time and lucked Its out iiny nourish ol trumpet or blowing An abundance to eat nnd of tho very of the IT graduates of Hamilton this llttlo toes under the daisies. Man's a of horn. Prof. W. J. Craig will simply best wu on tho ground and If anybody year, nnd yesterday returned home fully vaor full of woes, start a pacr, up ho shut up shop for tho session and for went away hungry It was his own fault. goes. Any darn lool with u llttlo money Hedged for the duties of life. good, a ho ha decided to go to college Thu I. J. pilgrim got there a llttlo late, educator, and some credit can start a paKT, but ugaln himself. J. W. Davis, a Tho Craig brother but It was only a few second until ho of Warren county, will bo one of the kecpln' her a glvlno Is the rub. havo made many friend during their was captured by clever Jason Wesley principals of Central Christian College Hardin. The announcement Is stay here, a they have always conduct- aid taken to a table literally groaning ui Hustonvlllo next session, haying in ado that Mr. Ilardln will speak here ed thcmselve a gentlemen. Hardin under the weight of good things. bought an Interest In that institution. Oratory wa almost a abundant as county court day, June 12, nt li.'IOl'. M., Craig, wo learn, has been honored by Mlts. W, It. Comic, of Garrard coun- al Hustonvlllo that night and nt botng chosen a tcucher of English In food and there wasn't much left to tell visiting Waynesburg tho l.'ltb ty, nee Miss Kllen Owsley, at 1:30. A big Princeton University, which he attend- when Hon. Vincent Uorclog, T. M. Miss Mary Hoberison. Miss Chastlne fight seems to bo Intended to get the ed last session. Goodknlght, Judgo Jame Denton, e We have a lot of Cordurov, Cassimere and Jeans I'ants all fresh stcck McGregor, of Louisville, Is also her county for Judge J. D. Relden und Elder J. Q. him, but It Is too late. Thu One Dollar. We were under the Montgomery got through. All did well that we will close at guest. Kllabcthtown News. HMiplo havo made up their minds to Impression that nearly everybody In and made tbelr hearer feci Katie Instruct fjr Goebol. A HASl'SOMi: picture of MN that It was thl section at least took tbo Interior good to bo there. Mrs. T. M. GoodLeo Yenger, of Danville, the guest of after tho knlght favored the crowd with tbo renOL'R reader will rind In thl issue Journal, but In two day Mr. and Mrs T. H. Folder, appear In the Atlanta Constitution. Mrs. Peldcr the advertisement of James Fryo, of announcement of tho reduction In tbo dition of "Tho Dluc and the Gray," has given n number of beautiful enter- Hustonvlllc. HcslJe tho W. L. Doug-l- a subscription prlco to 81, 2l name not which was loudly applauded. shoe he print the picture of, ho on tho list before wcro added. Wo did tainment In honor of her visitor. Perfect ordor was kept and nothing JUNK H. ItKIU, who has made many has ulmou everything else In tho gen not know that a dollar mado such a happened to mar the pleasure of the friends during hit stay here, has given eral merchandise line and his prices dllTercncc, but wo shall probably find it occasion, except a shower or two, which up his position al Penny's drug store arc always as low If not lower than tho out ourselves in the eflorl to run a didn't bother much. Every home In We have decided not to handle for tho price of a weekly. MIddleburg wa thrown and returned to Hustonvlllc, where he lowest. Call on him and you will be oien to the Wo have never failed at a business visitor nod old Kentucky will likely enter business. Will Kmbry sure to do so again and again. hospitality undertaking yet, however, and if we do wa the order of the day. is succeeding him for tho present. wheat. a harvest time approach not come out this time at tho big end After Mr. Uorelng speech Misses Katk. Edna, Catherl ne and es the wheat prosectg In this, county of the the horn, It will not be from the lack graves were decorated and the crowd Dora Haughman, who have been at- grow worse. Mr. John Hrlght, who of ctTort, and nobody else will be the fell In line and tending Hollin' Institute In Virginia, rcorts to the agricultural department loser but u. Wo aro not here today grounds, headedmarched back to the And include in the above a few Suits for Itoys If you are interested, come In at by the MIddleburg returned Tuesday afternoon. Miss Kate once. We mean what we say, they go at cost. al Washlogton and who get sub and gono tomorrow, and nobody doubt band, which furnished music. Dinner Is the only graduate among them and reKrts from all part of tho county, when he plank hi money down that was announced and for an hour or so she Is said to have acquitted herself says tho crop will only be 07 per cent, ho will not get value received, and the the want of the Inner man were at handsomely In the closing exercises. of an average, caused by the scant paper regularly to the time thai be tended to In the most approved style. Cait. Thomas A, Davis, who went land and tbo shortnes of tho heads. paid for. Mr. Joab itlgney, who Is never hapInto the Spanish war as lieutenant und THE Kentucky Standard, published was twice promoted, first to regimental The Decoration Day program hero pier than when mingling with hi old adjutant and then to captain, with at the Kentucky School for the Deaf nt wa nicely carried out. Tho young la- comrades, was In hi glory and did Sergeant J. Henry Jones, who wu Danville by the pupils, ha gotten on Hi dle had provided a suttlclcncy of flow much to mako the occasion tho success 2 23 ' Capt. W. II. Penny's company clerk, most creditable pamphlet for the school, er and looked themselves u pretty u it wa. Mr. Hnrve McAnlnch i also deserving of much praise for his Interof the captain at tho St. for a copy of which wo are Indebted to thelrolTcrlngsa they drove In the are the gucsta Mr. S. W. Menefee, clerk of tho Insti decorated wagonette to tho cemetery-llot- est in the welfare of those who came Asaph. the Federal and Confederate vet' from h distance. Miss Mahy P. Hakims, who has been tution. The work Is profusely Illustra 1 found a goodly number of pcoplo with her sister, Miss Maggie Harris, In ted and In the group of olllccr tho two eran selected Capt. W. B. Penny for tboj Stonewall Juckson Institute lit from this county, the ono named and gr-- nd marshal with tho title of colo- ready and anxious to take the "cheapAbingdon, Vu., this Hcsslun, sent us Miss Uelle Itoot are easily reeognU- - nel ana ho looked every Inch a general est and best" at $1 a year and I wa in that way also for my a bo eat bestride hi fiery steed and reworded tbo program of the graduating recital able. led tho column. Following tho Feder- lengthy drive. Casey cojnty people to occur today, the numbers of which The firm of Hunn ,V Coffey, of More-lan- al and Confederate camo Company know a good thing und don't let such only a limber jawed Italian can proand Charllo CotTey, another son More to secure such bargains as we are offering. We have our room U., of the (Ith U. S. Volunteer, which bargains a the 1. J. at that price pass. nounce. of Joseph CotTey, of that section, buvo rtnted until July 1st only and these A staunch republican promised to send recently saw service In Porto Itlco, unPitor. K. L. GitL'ims I hero canvass, bought the stock of good of It. II. ing for "The illustrious Americans, der command of Capt. Thomas A. Da- up a good list of subscriber because of at Mllledgevllle, und taken vis, and though they wero small In the reduction, wbllo a democratic Their Lives nnd Great Achievements, ' The firm will bo Colloy number, n large and intensely Interesting book Kclon. attracted much attention for friend declared that everybody In tho Hro. is Co. Tbey nro all clover young their soldierly bearing und of many hundred pages, splendidly p'etty uni world ought to take It at that price. much suc men nnd deserve tho liberal patronage form. Arriving ut Uuffaio Spring bound, and Is meeting with thoy aro sure to get. Mr. Edrlngtnn CHURCHES ANFpREACHERS. You may never hnvo an opportunity to buy goods as cheap. These cess. The book will prove a valuable Cemetery, tho choir of 20 voices led by hu gone into tho butcher business at any library. are some of the best goods fioiu Severance & Sons' stock, but they are addition to A. A. Wurrcn to an organ accompaTho Southern Theological seminary Junction City. short lengths and odd lot?, and we are making 1'ItICES that will Miss Gkutiiudk Caiikom, Howard . niment by Mis Myrtlo Hughes, sang at Louisville turned out IN') preacher close them out. remembers her friend hero with inviTheGentuys. N. T. Gentry, cec "Tho Star Spangled Manner" and then thl session. A Ilaptlst preacher at MadUon, Ind., tations to the commencement exercises rotary of tho Gentry Family Associa- llov. J. 1). Crouch led In prayer. "My of llroaddu Clusslcal and Scientific In- tion of tho United States, ha called u Country 'TI of Theo" was next sung has resigned his pastorato In order to stitute, Clarksburg, V. Vu., which meeting of tho association to bo hold and Mr. P. M. Mcllobcrt delivered a become u Mormon nilsslonarv. will occur Juno 7lb. Miss Howard Is ut Merumcc Illghlund, St. Lohl covin--t- beautifully worded und appropriate adElder J. Q. Montgomery will preach nt the head of tho music department In Mo., August 1. A committee on In- dress. Tho strain of "Somo Sweet the dedicatory sermon of thoNcatsburg which there are live graduates this vitation und reception consisting of 24 Day" filled tho ulr with melody and Christian church, near Columbia, Sunyear. Missouri Gentry, hu begun It work Mr. J. It. Hush was Introduced, when day week. early in order to roako tho meeting a ho mado an address which was comIt I stated that among several posi happInInIsT local success. Mr. Theodora Sholton, of plimented on all side. "The Ilcd tion otlered to Dr. W. II. Whlultt Is a Eg Mason's Jur at Heazley & Carter'. St. Louis, I at tho head of tho commit- White and Iiluo" wa sung with zest $0,000 professorship in tbo University s tee, and N.'l. Gentry, of Columbia, I and Judgo J. W. Alcorn presented of Chicago. Piano for sale. Just tuned. Cheap. secretary. Invitation uro being Bent Cupt. W. J. Stono to speak In hi Delegates to the Baptist General AsW. A. Curson. stood. For 10 minute tho gallant Con sociation at Mt. Sterling, June 17, are to every Gentry In tho world. federate soko with eloquence and ear- asked to send their names to Mr. T. G. Ecus wanted at lOo per dozen. lleaZ' GOOCH. After a long Illness of liver nestness of tbo deed of valor of our , Denton, that their home may bo as & Carter. ley trouble, Win. Gooch died at hi home soldier ucuu ami impressed every one signed. .1 neighborhood, Tuesday that ho wa u man among men. "Hall Yeuktaiilkh of all kind Saturday, In tho Goshenugod 05 Itev. W. M. year. Ill father Columbia" thou stirred the audience ings conducted Hrittsays thai tbo meetnt 10 o'clock George II. FurrI. by Itev. Clarenco 1). came here from Virginia some 80 year and Rev. A. J. Daugherty responded to Strouso at Harrodsburg, aro creating now In neckwear for ago and It wus from him and thoo who call and oko touchlngly and feeling- great Interest und that tho preacher i iSOMETlllNti Jono'. camo with him that tho largo family of ly. Flower wero then strewed on tho a man of great force. Unless hi health " Thy tho Safo Hog Cholera Curo for tbo nuino In thl county sprung. graves of soldier of ovory war since Improves, Mr. Hrltt say ho will bo unalways a good, substantial tho revolution, Including that, and the " win able to hold tho promised meeting iiilo at Craig & Hockor'. citizen und u money maker, hi estate bcuutlful ceremonies of tho day wcro here, much to tho church' regret. over. ui:. Foit sulo cheap: M egg capacity in being estliumcd al from $10,000 to itUMAiiKAiiu:-iTescutter ruining 13 ehllili on. Ho wit In thu afternoon tho colored veteran cubatorund brooder. J. K. Furrls. ... Mix Michael Curtain, 1'ltlnlkM, 111., uiaku tie twice married, first to Ml Perkins, honored their dead. Elijah Uaughmau tUlvmeut, tint tin) ciulil cold, oUUli jr tillnl on liy for livr ill Money to loan on Hist mortgage on who boru him 12 children, six of whom wu olllccr of tho day and Thomas Uur-du- tt iljr luu lau, wu Irraied wuiw. monthtuM brr lain- II but xnw ilirli br the married Lllbiirn, Will, John and Caleb Itout road fancy steed. aro and aaa Luitleb4 tlctluibf couvuuiulou iua that uu goad real estuto. Apply ut thl olllco. curs livr. Her ilru&cUt UftEttl .. Dave. Mr. W, M. Mathony und Mr. In tho line of march wero IS veteran li l'r Kiuu't New Pituuvrrr lor Coukiiuiptluu. Tim Duddcrur. Tho shiglo one uro and thoy were followed by their sons UhikIu llll su! to live dtlljht found lierwlt Tin: Meudow e.uso ut Mt. Vernon inim which will likely dis Crulg, Andrew, Albert, Annloand Kit- carrying tlag und their daughter In a (Ddaflrr utlu ur.i hum rim ivniiouei lit uw with tho lurv. lx lultlrs, found brwlf auuutl now tWa her a tho sua wll,ulie ,rr waa own boujwork, suil latills tle. Ono died a few year ugo. Tho wagon loaded with (lower. agree t'iv trial buttlr of writ second wife wu MU Thompkin und cemetery Itov. Walter Lackey, Thomas lirtal Ilutr)r at IVnny'a, Uiu; Mori), Culjr M Tins I tho lat day for bringing t ho with ono child, Mary, survives. Tho Burden and other mudo uddrcsse and utula and II, svtrjr tottl uu rantn, tult for tho circuit court which begin funeral occurred at Goshen Wednesday then tho soldier graves wero bestrewn Strawberries aro selling at 5c u box. on tho 12th. afternoon In tbo presence of a largo with (lower. The post made u very Much of tbo corn ha come up badly, ,11 to of friends, t 25.- - Tho L. & N. will sell round, crowdolHclating und Kid. J. G, Living- creditable showing und honored itself owing at defective seed. Sale of 105 $1 delivering a most In honoring its dead. Auron Given Is lamb rcKrled. Georgetown Cincinnati oyer the K ston trip tlckul to Time. appropriate sermon, commander of this post. 11.25. O. Sunday at tho low price of FllUlT Jar nnd Jolly Glasses abuodnnco al Warren k Shanks'. In SUMMI'.H tltno has come, 3 - y. JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. THESE LENSES FLATTER. ke latest Designs "Fleur-De-LU- JVIouldigs at well-kno- 1 MEN'S PANTS. well-mad- Hetual Gost Priee Ready Made Clothing JOHN P. JONES. scral-weck- ly i mm I Month GOODS MUST GO Come Early. zmwmsstmMfflmsmemm&m J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. -- Do-cca- T $75,-00- 0 1 Kiit-n'o- l it 1 HIGGINS & McKLNNBY. - mi -- AJ - ra oved his family to Louisville. Wra JOHN II. MILLER Gllmore Is hero from Danville. tyrs. N n rHiiilldato fur the Legislature, subject Wheat Is nut what It was first Susan Henderson bus returned from Olt TRADE. tu tho action of the rtemncmllt' rmrtr. thought to be. A penttetnnn who has Texas. Messrs. John and W. C Mul-- I i.f S.,ntliat KaiiMt 3PtoUin4XMA3r nAX"xl4T, traveled over tho wheat growing re- - Ins nro In town. UejiM, HON. M. I NORTH pifioenlld fjrwIhe Jl1rrr.ln line Wall Mil "U tulle rrom Mluil jrlons of Kentucky, tells it a there will lounlry llihkly aelHH "l fnln Anntmnoc. lit In ivnltal Ken 3.lJ01t YKAl IN ADViUS'CK bo only half a crop. SoldleTTnTSanaTiiiteWnce. ty , canpar l,"iO firm dlflereiiea In a ntlye tho (illlec nf Iteprrariit .fiV.e,iiIo...,",7eniiirlra.lefr to '" r,' of Lincoln, nulijw t to tho ncllonof the (T4I AdlrrM l l Sii,.rl, Kr Strawberries aro Rood everywhere. f el I H al f n tTfll'lttlll wilt b. charged (lia Thrt trnt it iM 'wIMW rrocrncy arWhrnnol HpuJsa.EO . , MW I ! fcl t"'"H iti in.s year, out wo aro .Duooica to ' hnrboP ,Tas ,trunk, wUh rop of laurel viuoriru ijuy, ui iicur .'iwiiuiuv iui u and wreaths of doners. LOW KATES. W. S. 13EAZLEY, D. D. S., quart of the llncst wo hnvo over seen. Hiblical Assembly, Charlotte, X. C, Gen. Otis says ho will bo. satisfied One of tho berries tipped tho beam at with a .TtinoS'i-'JLnitcuNtcr, Ky. DENTIST, total forcu ot .10.000, and the TIME GIRD Just 1 ounce, which beats frco silver. B. O. Elk. Grand Lodge, St. troopj'now on tho way and under orTeeth Extracted Without Pain I Tho little cottago occupied by Perry ono fare for round Stunforcl, ders will lucrcae his force to that Louis, June KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Wesley, caught tiro one day last week Vltli Vltnllird Air. rhyalclaii In irlp. number. family was away. Somo of Southern Student' Conference Aho while the No. S Amlre! at Stanford at DIM a. m. K.v. Logan Fclund, lato captain of the Office. In the Sew Thompson llullcttnjr j, ono faro round- Stanford it - 2.10 A. M. No. 4 the neighbors seeing tho kltchon In a Owensboro company, 3rd Kentucky tile. X. C, June pat. No. 2t Arrive- -, at llowland (I I J trip. blaze, succeeded In quenching samo regiment, has J SO r. m. No. a Stanford l been notified ot his apOne-hawith a thorough triplication of aqua latcs to Huff.ilo, Now York, DR. iA. L. In tho pointment as first lieutenant KN0XV1LLEDIVISI0N. via the Queen & Crcecent. Juno 12 and puora. I'HYSIOIAN AND DKUflOIST, Marine Corns. 13, with liberal was navigating limits, account At Columbus, O., a magnificent floral Imperial Councilreturn ,...1J2 "2 p m Your correspondent Crcok section H. U Train going North ... Aienl far Ihe MOKlNNICY. - KlCNTUCKY. Mvtle Shrine. Atk .... 13 4t i tu last week In tho Cacy's no. m " South ... .u " Mm for tho tlret time This portton of Ca- tribute tendered by Southerners to bv agent for particulars. W. C Rlneitr- A. Wood Machine Co., Walter ... ...W p m placed on tho graves ot tho Union dead on, dencral Passenger Agent. O.S " sey Is adjacent to Adair and Taylor I'rrorlpllona Carefully Compounded Day or Forallll'olnt!. in Grenlawn was refused by tho jacleas-steAnd llkiajrnl dr Ik. SI iRhl l!J.m counties and Is democratic to tho core. BOHOU TICKCTS M)I.t. floral committee reptesentlng the When You Need Loury Grass Binding Twine, HAUtlAOE CHLCKED THROUGH. Tho people are Catholics and they no O. A. R. posts. Your Hukcv or Wpw Iteimlred For any Information enquire ot doubt havo tho finest church In Casey K iheapand eflertl. IHnd 91 watthuf whlth will liear In intuit I enn ilo It Rixnl nnd Four thousand of the volunteers In worth ot lb regular kind. I alao JUG S. MCE, Agent, dolt rheap. county. Wo also found that tho I. J. Manila are said to have petitioned tho LIVERY, FEED AND BALE Ka. far IIS Ivy. was no unknown quantity In tho seem Stanford, Secretary of War to bu discharged and Docs Your Horse STABLE, fA:nr.? supniss ai;d eepaiss. ingly remote section. Need SIkhIii? J If h bring Mm to FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. given travel pay at Manila that they Call on ru and I will aaie you Money tne. MUrlnl lin ndttnrrd but I DANVILLE, Capt Green has moved to the Cowan may rematn and establish an American KENTUCKY. will ahon him for oc Tralna leave Frankfort at 7. M. and S.Mr, v., proerty. Jason Taylor has returned J H. ll IlI'lU.Turn.nillle, Ky IS Home nnd Mulea re n.tantly on hand and colony. Tho petitioners arc al.o will- J. H. CHEER, Stanford. Ky. onnectlng at Georgetown with!. AC. and reach-ta- r Farla at 8 40 a. m. and S 10 r. K. Leave l'arla home from Wllmore. where he has for aale nt all time. guard in tbo ing to form a national t9.II a. v. and 8.30 p. M., connecting at with QIC and reaching Fraulrort at t.13 been attending Asbury College, G. S. Islands. w and? 10 p . Durham was In Lancaster Saturday oa A. S. PRICE, JOSLi'lI It. NEWTON. A. O. V. A. STOKV OF A SLAVE. W. F. Martin, of Lexington, business. Tot Iwund hand and toil for jran hy the Surgeon You take your Wheitt nnd Corn to MorrU Is visiting friends and kindred. Fred rlialm of dltaM Is the wont form of ilartrr. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Undortalcor, Dentist, MartrlirMrr, trill Fred 4 Etrhanre In Vm Diughrrtr'a ahon Durham has returned homo from nog- - lieonre I). a Wllllnui, nlmade rrra. He Mich, ".Mr In Stanford and cet In nchance Flour and Tralna pasa Junction Ctty aa lollowi Kentucky how auch Htutonvilio,- !) tlare was Is now wife ha been ao hrlplei for r)r rear that the Meat You can also buj Flour Meal. 4 11pm sett Academy. V. U. Coleman Ho. South .12 03 p m No. 2 North...... After mini turn oter In hnl Ilrnn. 1'lili'ken Feed Ac chrer at Stanford, Ky. 2 zta.a " h.h.11 i m "4 - Hwiin a telegraph operator at a little station could not Uertrtc llittrn alone wonderfully two Offera hla aervlt. to th.peIe of e.1 Utrola he Iwltleaof " A trhl Slam " tnv place than any where In town ,..ll 03 pm "10 " ......131pm N. 6 and aide to do her own work" IhU Offloaor.r Mcttotort.' tru( Stort la Ibe Uwil.t and Cate, rountlea lull Hoc k .1 loOo.aud 6 00am on tho R. N. and I. B. E. C. Wnlton Ma. 9 .8 li ml nk I lellere my will ! band remedy for female dlav quickly cure HolldUf Noa. I and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no fur farmer, and I D, ft. Carpenter. Uanaet. was In tho burg Tuesday taking names nerTouoes aleepleMiie", luelanchoiy. headache. n good thin; for and full weight pledge liberther than Junction City My cixkU ThU miracle al tnmactloni Urkache. falniinxand dlray ! BROKEN I1ICYCLES Dl( Itlver Holler for his popular INTEUIOK JOURNAL. working medicine i a godend tu weak, alckly, run como from Duddcrir down MOKUIS FEED. Solid them to Decoration and reunion are now over renta. people, by trery Iwttle guiranterd. Only Su .MI114 nnd are ttrt-clIVnny, Prufotttt bold THE DANVILLE CM LEW. DAM ILLE, KV with and to say It was a success would MIW. U. I) KIMION, Pror.. N'o IHTuIri St. J. XctherMood, the greatest monuonly bo half way putting It. The pleas Home For cUTIsTACTIOS OPAKASTrFD. of the crowd was naturally some ment builder in the South, Is dead at ure laincnfitcr, : Kentucky. Tho Cook iroiwrtr ltu.tonrllle I. , what marred by tho rain, but few if Richmond, "a. He was burled by tbo edfor.ale prltateli. at The d willing offer- a Newly furnished; a ay left before tbo entire rendition of side of u splendid memorial ho erected commodious frame bulldlntrof to loom, In MISS EVELYN TARDIP, Uble. Eretythlng clean beds; splendad Portent His monument Is reasonably giMhl repair, while the lot conto himself and wife tho program. Fully 100 old soldiers 69 The SoamstroBs. meet all trains. The ,'!0 feel high and tains 10 acre of aplendld land marched to the beat of the drum and a granite shaft about are good and there I. convenient Plain and Faahlonable hewing Cutting and air of martial music to the cemetery, on top of it are life sUe figures of him- to the residence a No. cStern There 1. no Fitting a Sxtflalty Water Work. .t more In where the graves of departed comrades self and wife, the latter being yet liv- prettier or nud a convenient homehad Central Kentucky lit It baealu can be TO THE FARMERS ! were strewn with Mowers. Iot only ing. Ho built the Lee monument and For further particular call on J II, Cook. Made from pure lIu.toiiTllle. or II, II Coojier. Stanford, 11' graves ot those who fought in the nearly all the other Confcdercto tho cream of tartar. Rebellion, but the grave ot one who a All nation, are learning thl. lrawin A Pins Finn For Sal., &c COl'UHKIlSi YCAK4. ought under the father ot our country, couch, Imple-fiicut- H food ono who fought with Old Hickory at I suffered S3of year with it doctor and OHburnc and with New Orleans and another who was sicnt hundred no dollars until 1 ued Dr. Oil Saturday, 3, '99, rtvall Succeed for medicine to remedy ThU with old Rough and Ready in the Mex- Hell's We will tell at public aal our Where oilier, fall imnt exvlally our Hinof tho makes weak lunt atruui; It lit saved my Fise t Farm cf 3S3 Acres la Cater ican campaign. Tno meeting life. J. II. Itoseil, Oranuhurir. III. Their IwrfcCllon la cred ders and Mower Alton baking powders are the grtitat Guntr.4 lulleare- Hl ot lluitontllle, Ky ThU old soldiers at Mlddlcburg tnls year ited to being built ot the tiet material that ami u conn if ine iwi iniaaey coumy II it eaeruccrs to htalth of the present day. money Can buv AImi Ixdug Bttecl with the Next Sunday is the day that Reuben well ttuiroted wlin eeveral Bne llama, a good was the flwt instance in Casev where e. only perfect KOLI.Klt HEAltlNUsi In uwriiiazoiii room., leuar, ani all riere.ary bjth the blue and tho gray were rep- Fields, the mathematician, has proph- outbi awurlng at all time llghteatdtnft and torn, haium rowoaa ca, m voa. I. wall watered with never tailing Only the best companies represented. or of repair, alwat. bun resented. Capt. Green, a veteran of esied that Owlngsvllle Is to be destroy- rrrlnga and If In awell aetalaiegtawculilvailoa, being 12, longeat life. A full Hue Something new in Inquiries solicited. In The li about ree our Hay Tedders. fiasco, was mas- ed by a cyclone. It Is said that he has In cultivation. Tbll It a turn oiuortunltvInline the Hlspano-Amoriclar inr 11. 11. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. Ibis aecllon. In7istn.ii. Compinj, ter of ceremonies and it Is needless to added somo lb his prophecy and says one wUhloga fin. bru ThUlariu a ill L aold for Ha Southern FRANK IIOt.T7.CLAW. rath, Idtince In on. and two year, with Stanford, Ky FuHewion say the captain knows his business Mt. Sterling will also recede a visit per rent. Interest rdlugthlt gtien Jan. 1, ItaiJ, th rrlvlleae of ran. ror lunuer la Of Lexington, Ky. company, in from thb samo toruado formation rail on 01 addreu C. C. VanArlaIe, whether at the head of a a m lluitontllle. or Wallace Carpenter on the preuUea, Lincoln County bowlncyou lb. farm. Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. the pulpit or anywhere you miy put Walter Hedges died at Peru, Ind., alio will tak. pleasure InC.C. VAXAItSIitLK. him. Tbero was not tho least disturb Or Adam Carpenter1! lteln, HuitonTllIe Ky. National Bank. from eating his linger nails. C. ance during- the whole day. Tho local "We Pay While You Live. bind furnished music and ther did Capital Slock, I0D,X Something: Old Lisa Companies Fay When Ton Die. their part well. tjucceoaor to The Fanuera ilank A Truit CompaDj EINTERIOR JOURNAL M1DDLEBURG. FARM FOR SALE is? Wm&s ism ll.Jtl Queen & Crescent ile-M- ll-.- ROUTE 20-2- ?. A. JONES, 10-2- lt LOADER, ... J. S. MURPHY, al B. G. FOX, .. 1 (leorge-tow- n Just Like a 1 e Mill. Ship-atu- 2E 5HHRw J. T. BUTTON, ff RoVal Prttty Sale. Mason Hotel urst-clas- s. Baking Powder Saf eguards the against alum 1 2i.;fe FIRE, LIFE June Farm Bhe-Oru- -i INSURANCE. eiUI-enc- liny an d - H. RUPLEY, Sparkling Clarence Coleman. Urcr USO.nuO paid In living benefit. Over fuu,tx)o Ihnerre and burplui Exhilarating, l'.efresbitig our comes from anj uuaer .am. uianaemeni tor A lean. conuou-outl- y The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Kv., n. It KStS WEAKEN. Loc.l'. Aeenl.. .. .: omujijhi ai Lexington, i; . aecy ., Ky. Dianioru v Ky. IS ci..-...,..- ,. ...... ML VERNON. nnnasacl The Meadows trial is in progress. Excitement has been intense, but suppressed during tho Mulllns trial. The C. O. S. & Mt. V.Telephono lino has made arrangements to run the line from London to Williamsburg. Bud Dunn, ot White's Station, Madison county, was here buying cattle, six two year-olat $10, and eight at $30. Mrs. Georglo Rice, an elegant lady and excellent stenographer, has been appointed olliclal court stenographer by Judge Morrow, When their case was submitted to the jury, Messrs. 13111 Tlnk Mulllns, a John Mord Mulllns, Frank Tlnk and SherltT Wm. Mulllns were ds Mul-Un- Soda Fountain On every turn of the valve ! Solioits Your Bank la Receiving his Spring & Aooount, Hoplngjmch huilneM relation! wllltprov. mutual ly bencthlal and pleauut. Penny's Drug Store. J.J. Willi. m,, Sr., J. 8. iiw.ley, And you will soon learn that our soda Ullaiu,o.h, Is as pure antl wholesome aa perfect ma A. n. I innter, terials and great care can make It. W. II. Cuiuiulni, J. H Lynn. S. 11. thanki J. F. 01 FICr IW You will soon learn how drllciout each of the many drinks we prepare is. DIlllXTOia ., Summer Goodw. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed., Give Him a Call. Cah, J. K Oai'.er. j.c.cciiAy qA&&Q Toledo, Detroit OTrtAiir 'F,T'4l MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS S. ll.Shanki, l'reildent; J.ll.Owalay.Caihler . .11. jtruoi, ami laiuier. placed In Jail. George Cook visited Judge Lair this week. Miss Iiesslo Houk Is clerk in e)) Umal-- m twin Hanaem FIRST NATIONAL BANK UFbTtNrllltti, Coital Stock J100.000. KV. "jaw ( The Favorite Line IsOTJlSVUsliB -- TO- CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, 10th and Droadway. l'asHcn(,'erii Un- Ilouk cc Son's store. Robert Hunt, late ot Rowland but now of Danville, 111., has a position with the Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R. Almost half a century ago Mr. Wm. Klrtley paid $10 (or two Alanthus trees and bad them hauled here from Louis vllle. Now they are considered a nul Banco and extermination is Impossible Files and birds shun thorn, tho odor Is obnoxious and the Julco of tho leu.es poisonous. Sarphi, .17.323 ThU Inilltullon originally eilatllihed ai lb. De pu.lt Hank otbtanfordlu 1S5), then reor.iulicd at 5224 111 " lb. National trains cvtry wttk-diy- , 3 (ralni on Sunday. iMtlmin and Wagner blrepera Veatibulrd oil inght tialna. Parlor Cat. ou day tralna. In Hank ofhlaulord In IMS audagalt reurgaulied aa the Flnt National Hank ot Maufurd UNDERTAKER And Ica!er In STA.YFOl.l), KY 1 l,hai ha 1 practically an uninterrupted ealit am for It yean. 0 trains every week-da- y 4 traina on SonJay T. lUnil ioiiiuinnnruL.io Dfll 10 4 tralna tvtrywek-da- y 3 tmn. m Sunday : ! rilliniPn louniunuu It li belter itipplled now will laclllllea for trauaacllng LuilnrH promptly and lib HAENESS, GADDLEIIY, &0. ertlly than aver Ufoieln acdlnillvlJualiaollcUtd. lu long and bouorabu . I., Through Sleeping Gars I Bo.-Phillips, of Wltdle, is here. desiring information and Mrs. May Rider is at homo. Misses Wisconsin, Minnesota, Aehraska rates to and points in the far West, Including Cal- Lena Ncwcomb, Rosa Gentry, Susio Thompson und Resslu Ilouk will acifornia, should ailtlrcM company tho. delegates to the district Frank J. Heed, Gen. Pass. Agt , W. C. T. U. 'convention, which meets K. H. liacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. tho 5th, tlth and "tu at Herca. Mrs. Susan Mulllns was tbo guest of Mrs. W.H. McDoel, Gen. Mgr. Charles II. Uockwcll Traffic Mgr. W.J. Sparks. Will Hlatt is In town. Mr. Abnor, of Brush Creek, attended court this week. Hu is 60 years old, bus raised 20 children and claims that he has never been without a cow and THE plenty ot milk for family uso since ho soDTi'8 bus been housekeeping. Dr. W. A. Childress will teach at Brush Creek this year. He has Just returned from 1'ESKTltATES Louisville Medical College, whero he EIGHT GREAT STATES will graduate next year. Tho Mulllns trial resulted In a hung KtucUT. Tennessee.. VlrKlnla, Oeorgla jury. The Juryconslsted of men from North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mlaalaalppl, Lincoln county. It was hoped that a decision would bo reached as these murder cases put tho county to such enormous expense. Tho lawyers for Oetweeu IxiuUvllle aur tho South. Yicc-Pres.- Yextlbuled tralna, Standard and Comjvirtment Mrepln: Car., l'atlor Cara, and Cafi Dining Cara. career. Arcounii of Individual!, Bduilrir!,tlrtui Bryan's New Book REPUBLIC r iit II0V. WILLIAM EMPIRE? QUESTION THE PHILIPPINE eT uimcTOu. J, W. Hayden, Stanford F. HelJ, Uncoln Co.; 8. II. llaugbuiao, S.T. llarrli, T.F. Hill, J. S. Docker, " W. A. Trlbbl., " W.I' Wallou " J. II Colller.Crah Orcti'd M. J. Miller, Mt.VernoL M J i2l J. , D.EIuior, blaufurd. YOU GET MORE In tht Twhe any ulhtr t. BRYAN Soultiem Railway Ch4r. irwiu liwoi. With Bui nUrmtnUrj orricaaa. J p. Docker, I'rraldenti J.J. MiltoWrU Caibhr, A, 1 Hon. Aiidrvw Cmtuitgi, Kntor 4t, AlUn, Whit.. tiutT-utlltMr, CUItoo. liutUr, UcLaturlu, 1111 uin. Motatr. lurnar. 'TtlUt McKlnnav AMl.UnlCahler. iiullty audiuauiy, r publlalird-,o- ), Courier Journal Ibaa lu lu mmst mm, Mon. Hon. W'.J. UaiaH. Hon. Akduiw Caaatotr- Edmuait,Clrt Hon. H. V Johntoo, lion L'tuw. A Toiui, lion Adll E. HUiooi.,KicrUrjf Car. lluo IUU, IUt. Dr. Van 1 -- . Jlon VnneU AJin, I' tot DutU Hlarr JorJan. iltu'l UtM.t-rof LLxr, audotbr. Carl Hclign, Hau'l Cloaiiwra, Am IMPERIALISM AND ABSOLUTISM DENOUNCED. tnil, X04 lbs tiik hiLN..iioj.K CENTI?ur Ct.. l(rt. !. TO FARMERS. m PnperN One Ycur 50 CeutN. Twlc-Wec- For li the TrrltortlKipiitlondBOutDaUa, TIIX fOOU MAX'S LOiP," of tb UnltaU UUtM, IL lcUrtUu of iDdvpoadtnc, tftd all tt Utndfcl down to u by our Falbara. lUjyubllc ad or,ko4Kl to thvOovtUullnii luwl Mr4 doctrlbM o( ouf THE COSPIL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AHO BROADER LIBERTY. lilt: ONLY BOOK OX TIIK alUJKCT. AQENT8 Morrow. Defense, Mossrs. McCluro, Kach way Utweeu Loulavllla and Lexlugtoo Brown, Williams, Warren and Lester. Mr. Shafer, of New York, Is out VV. A. TUItK, 0. P. A.. looking utter lutnbor Interests. Mrs. VYuablri'ioa. U. O. W. 11. TAVLOE. A. O. V. A Matt Ballard and Aha Logan Brown! Louisville. Uj j have been visiting at Cove. C. Stapp THREE DAILY TRAINS tbo prosecution were J. N. Sharp, P. D. Colyer, F. F. Bobbin and W. A. U profuMlf tUutrhtad, trlTlBtf beautiful b1fiODaortrlU of Mr Hrjao aol tba othar con iac( ooudit.uoa and vuwUttu tu lb aUoalnir tb trtbulor. tw mdm of tbrllHujr Intaneol, la A farjr bouauca for atfata. ifbltlpbluM. NutUUff Itka it bafora aUauiil4 a ar tba aula ileauaot bafafBUbl b aa otbar Ataa. It ranuolba bougbl Official I'ubUobara. 1 ha fir- -t Kdltlou. 100,000 eoptaa. A Urga oataTO Look, baautlful naw tpa. ofdar auouutlng to 60 booka at ona Una, bu cult WK I'AV VUKltiUT oa a Ik WANTED. furnlabed upy time. All kinds of Furulture uud auy piece or kind of llurne.a ou wunt. Call ou tl Oliver Chilled l'lowa uud Itvpulrs. Malta Cultivator., liewt In the world. Dierlng Itoll and Halt Hearing Hinders. Deerlng Itoll and Hall Hearing Mower.. Mocr Huukboarda uud Uuggles. Uardeii l'lowa und Double Miovela. Will pay niurK't price for Wool. back. eipial uf niauy dalllea, aud th. superior of all other pwra. It prlitli uiuia real uewa, more good clau uiallei.iiioiegoodaiorlea Ibau any other, laiued tteduradayaudriilurdar g,. eouimlailon to ageuli. lMiuplcoih. free ou applliallou, Writ. Cnirler Journtl COtmiEltJOL'IISAI, CO., laiulavllle, Ky, HyfL (Arrangement You Can 8emi TWICE ud A II, t Th. D. if. UAHl'ENTKH. Ht'STONViLLK, Kr. Weekly Interior Journal. Tb. WEEK COURIER aconipanla ordtr. THK OUTFIT Outfit, with blaoka, ate., IM FKKK. Wa naka no abarya for tba alatfaat. aomplata FrvtpMtua but aa aacb UutAl cuw aa a M of uwoay, la ordr to protact ourMlfi ajfaliul nan wbo would luipoM upon ua by aaodli.tr for Ouini wltb no Intautlou of worklie but uaraJy out of Idla curloalty. aa r.ulra tba applicant, aa a ajwaraataa mt tj94 faltb on bit part, raluadai la agaat wpaa ur tu aaad ua J6o t coiar psjatauu an4 wrappLng, taia aamaaal ta rcaclat mt Ir.t ardcr far IV aaaka. t lOlU IllOUiOlf r iia.atiiaiaaii.Y('MMi'.,ttatMtlsiMMisttiSMISMSSi ltalf Ituwla Hlnding, with uiarbled edges "net Uat Full Ituaala liludlog, with gold dM M Writ, f.r ear fararalLl.S Tarawa t. Aajcata. Addrvaa I MMt Heat 9' ?T OitN ?J JOURNAL, And willing to pay top price, lu cash for Doth Una Year I or Chickens, Kgga, lVulhirn. Ducke, (Jeeav, Turkua, (lluktiig, Yellow Hoot, Heos Wax, Hides of all kinds, Copper, Hraaa, Iron uud Iloues. Alao will bo lu tho market for wool. This la for rub luhacrlidloni rk'O luo aud get Miy price beforu M.lllug, uud crlpilon. under thl. eouiUuatlou only. All mh. oit.r iuut b. get spot ca.li. Call ut tuy heudquurters, Mul through thlicrbiv, 1'errlu It 1'vucu's Ulllcv, near Dmait, btau-for- d, U. U0U1NS0M. Ky. W. 1'. WAUO.vjStibtoKD, Only $1,35. L THE INDEFINDINCE COMPANY, Publlahara, FRANKLIN Kr NUIiniNQ. OHIOAQO.