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NO. 28 tlelland Cleaver, of Lebanon, hn bouirhl the Sprlncllcld Hotel for ll,-O- Stono men an- thick" up hero und ho I undoubtedly the favorite In litis vjitl Mr. Alice Newland ha thu llowcr II. V Hcoce, n promlnnnt cltiren of Albany, Is dead of u complication of gnrden or park near the depot looking bciiutllul now. diseases. Dan Hulman sold to II. M. Kennedy In a saloon fight near Mlddlcboro, Gcorto Cillttcrl. a youth, shot (icortfe l.'l yearling heifer ut SI.'I and to Hrlgbl Swinebroud six butcher eattlo at :i to Itclencr to death, Wi.llam and Chrl I.Utrcll uro In :Hc. Intlml-dalln- c Wo havu two of the blackctt and beat Jail In Somerset, charged with barber In the Suite Sam Hlakemore J. II. (lurrlon. Henry Mitchell, Hired 22. and the on and Hob Fish. Try them If you want ofT V. Mitchell, of Poriyvllle, i"ed good work. Oiir boys uro practicing good ileul of consumption last week. o, und hoic to "ww up the earth-- ' with I'lomlnir Klnir, a Nlcholasvlllo) frenzied by Jealosy. hot hi wlfo IhoStunford ball team at jour town 11 Ne-irr- Mis Iva Goddard, of Mercer, and J. H. Watklns, of Lawsiic,Mn , were married Juno Mis Salllu Lucille, daughter of Wm CundfiT, a married at Somerset to Walter M. Wilson, of Meridian. Mis. Miss Sadie, daughter of Hen 1', Doom, of Lebanon, and J. H. Montgomery, Jr , of Taylorsville, will marry to1 Dewey E : 11 Celebration grand atlalr, I At Washington will be tut it is no comparison to the Elegant Line Displayed I1Y morrow. at MISS LlLLlF. HOULKTS. tills nfternoon. and then committed iiilolde. Jatne F. Holman I thinking ubout boy utl.lch- Another one of the nun- - ladles wl 0 A Negro lxy hit a white mond with u broom nick una some running u ony express line to Stan I to take pir' In thu elicut miury conto band toircthvr ford, lie never make hi daily trip test in httnfurd on the liltti of Juue, is t.ruvn ninn urnnti-without carrying from one to 11 dozen tho bright and attractive d.mghtur of and lynch him. Up-to-da- te ! Mr. und Mr. J S. Hubert, of Dan 'i ho court of uppeul reverted the bundle. The boy who hud the smull-iiare ville. Mis Hubert liu for some time judgment, of the Hell circuit court, . which iravc HruWeman Howcock .", all pretty badly marked, but ure other-als- o been known u an elocutlotiUt of rurc all right, with the exception of powers and bus often been called upon 1)00 for the los of a leg. (jOOCL U J. II. Henry, who died lit Wlldlc the Milt Condor, whose eyes urei'lvlug him to take character In ainutvur thcatrl t V J. TT other day, wa titirlcU In thu fame suit much trouble. cil. She ha plujed ruch part as e are all glad of thu reduction in Omuilo, in the Turning of thu Shrew, hn am twice married In, the llrst of price of the I. J. and your list of sub and Hermla, in a Midsummur Night's which occurred GO yeur ago. Gilford' grocery and provision store scriber hero will bo grcutly enlarged, Dream, and Is to appear a Mr Hard-catlIn tho comedy, "She Stoop to ut Iljrirln. with all It content, In- although most everybody taken the Conquer," which the senior class of cluding Ml the money In the cush "cheapet and best" already. lucre are a dozen or so patients at Centre College to give on tho night drawer, wu totally destroyed by Are. H T Conway, who I the head of the thu Keeley Institute and guest are of the 9th. MIHobert will be one J- - L- Slunford Telephone Kxclinnire, and J. beginning to arrive at the Spring. of the youngest contestant in the comLeb- Mauagcr Hofmann untlclputc a big ing coiiiNtltlnn, but will by no means becca, to I lev. J. W. Lynch, of Wake A Keilcy, will sturt a factory at season unu win oe ueiler limn ever be at 11 disadvantage beoavi.--e of her Forrest, North Carolina. Tho raarrl- anon to limnufacturu plutf and twist H. G. ugo will take place during tbe mid prepared to care for thore who come. youth. truclc on Cy summer, Advocate. J. W. Jumes'dMlllery I to be enAnother oil gusher LANCASTER. Charles Hcrzog, a teamster of St. Hrown'i farm In Wayne county,L.Thli larged at once to a ."00 bushel homo and The Richmond bate ball team came Louis, shot hi young wlfo and her Is well No. fi on hi farm, maklnir a to- SO barrel of whlky will be made Inn that stead of tlx or seven a now. A ware down on Saturday and wn defeated by mother, Mr. Mary Hupp, and then tal of 22 produclnir oil well killed himself. Mr. Oopp dead and house to noiu 111.000 barrel I also to our team. county. Sam F. F.mbry' word got like gold her daughter can not live. A family le hull. In the very near future. "Aunt" I'ellnoy Mercer, of Pula-k- l, many I ',; year old and can weave a The L. .V N. It building a new stock on Vall Street, and ho s.iy that after quarrel caused the tragedy. Ml In n day a the average pen. The depot ha ato been given a the bard rain and terrlllc storm last Havdcn, of Marion Minnie yard of carct younir woman, say the l'roirret.lve new foundation and otherwise Improv- week, seven young duck were found In county, who ha been visiting her aunt, ed. The company's business last month his yard. He say that he never hud a Mr. Ira T. Bright, In this city, eloped Home Journal. The price paid by the whisky trut exceeded 12.000, which was the best duck on hi farm, und It must have Wednesday evening with Mr. Groi Onan, of Shelby county. Sho left a note for W. S. Hume U Co.' distillery at month since Mi. Alice Newland has rained duck I attempted to mull some poster anfor her aunt saying that they were goSilver Creek, which recently paed been agent. Mr. O. C. Webster made his semi- nouncing a demo:rutlc speaking, when ing to bo married and go to Denver, under It control, If stated to have been I W.000 Kcirlftcr annual visit to the Keeley Institute last Ll'ostmaiter West hesitated about tak Col., to live. Lexington Leader. A sensation wa created by tho ancourt of apwnl I alter Circuit week. Mis Sue Kout, of your town, ing them, saying It was obscene matter Tbe Judge Mo. of Hell county, for hU pent several day with Mr. Gus Hof- and that It wa In violation of thd pos- nouncement of tbe secret marriage In refusal to enter ujudgmeulfordamage mann. Kverybody If glad to see Sam tal law to receive such. We must Loulsvlllo last Thanksgiving of Mr Pretty Patterns in endles9 variety, from 50c to SI 50. White and fancy In a cao ft dlrecteU by the higher Holman out again. Ho ha had a severe have fallen very low, when a republican Frank Oryson, of Valley View, to Mis Amanda Moore, niece of Fire Chief J. our literature. ordered to lsuo lell, but I almost himself now. critlclsf court. A rule wu agulnst Mo, returnable June 10th. It Is not generally known that there J. M. Iligglnbutham ha returned D. Christopher, ot Hlchmond. For six Postmaster Krnt, of Alum Spring, t a tract of land of over GOO acre In from Oklahoma; hi niece, who wa month they have kept their secret, and report that omo ono stole a hore Lincoln county without an owner, but wouuded, being much better. The the story wa not known hero even by from Jim Shannon, near Junction City, uch"l the case. It He back of Cral wretch, who did tbe shooting, I In jail, the lady's own household until Mr. went on to W. H. McDonald' and bor- - Orchard and to the East of Dripping having been held for trial. J. I'aul Ilryson camo to claim hi bride. Smith-Kell- y. I attending Kentucky The First M. E. rou-m- l n npt ami harnet. drove over Spring. Sovoral cabin have been Miller, who I'nlverslty, is at home taking vacation. church, of Columbia, Tenn., was on Snob toward the Fork and the bullion the land and families have May 31st tho scene ol a most beautiful lived on It for year without paying He Is looking well and progressing For all c'aes. Price 10c to f2. SrjTTEKMS CASH. nicely. young church wedding, It being tho nuptial I known at the "HlgSurvoy" Mr. Kate Stott. the pretty rent. It W. Hardin will speak here of Mr. E. W. Smith, formerly of thl Gen. 1. wife of Mr. Frank Stott. ha been and Dr. J. D. l'ettus la well acquainted next Saturday, at 2 r. M., and at Faint place but udw of Norfolk, Va.,and Ml missing from thu home of her hutband with tho boundary. Lick deot at t:.io Saturday nigui, June Pauline H. Kelly, of Columbia. Tho since Saturday night and a Mr. Ja. H. K. Hutchison, aged Sfl, I very 111 a widower, aged X, dtap-pcare- d and his chance for recovery are doubt 10. HI friends are advertising the church wa handsomely decorated with Murphy, about tbe amo time, It I ful. Mesr. Julius Kcssler, of Chica- event, and ask that everybody go to palm, fern and pink rose, and filled thought they went together, Nlcholu-vll- lc go, and Hrady, of San Francisco, Inter- bear hi in, a they heard the other ran to It utmost capacity with friends, didate, and It not fair to decldo a from several State, who had gathered dispatch. ested with J.W.James In hUdistlllery, The Madison county (Weal court tlxcd are III guests. Mr. John A. Haldc-ma- n question on ex parto testimony. The In honor of the occasion. Tho handsome By insuring In the Old Keliablo good juries will beur all tho evidence old church presented a beautiful pictthe levy for next year atGTje for counand daughter, Mis Heesle. of ure whett thu deft hand of MUsCumllle Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., of Newark, New Jersey, making a total of Sl.10, n Ixiulsvllle, arc at her mother's. Mis before making a verdict. ty purpose, A man and his in thl the State levy I ri2o It also donated Wells, of Junction City. I tho guet of county a few day wlfo separated wlfo ' Uerndon sounded the jwedding march AMZI DODD, President. ago. when the ami tho great church Isles were thrown $1,000 per mile to build a number of MlsCapltola Slaughter. Hurch Hitch-ana- went to a justice of tho peaco and Assets, Market Values t07.O00,6O2.4O; Surplus, $5,394,180.71. for the entrance of the bridal V. H. llougla wa new plkef. of tho Courier-Journa- l, Is spend ed for a writ of delivery, including ,,arty. Tho ushers, Dr. W. M. Hiddlo $70,000 Ordinary Life Plan, age 33, in the Mutual Ilenetlt, Annual Premium $260.00 magistrate to succeed Squire ing a few weeks at home. " " $278 60 " " " " " " Mutual Life. N. Y. " ccrtaiu household good and two chl!- - 'and Mesr. H. P. Figures, L. P. Padg $10,000 Turpln, who was elected judge. "" " Northwestern, " $279.50 dren. The writ wa promptly lsued i ult una i, Landor, proceeded down $10,000 " " "" " " " "" New York Life,. "" Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. " $2S1.10 and when tho case wu heard, tho court either Islo followed by the bridal party, $10,000 COrNT V CON V UNTION. ' " KipiltabV, "' " " " $2S1.10 Hrlg, Gens. Hnle, Smith and Funston gravoiy announced mat tuc man should consisting of Mis Fannie Wllliamsand $10,000 A mas convention of the democratic has Cash Value, Loan Value. Paid Tlin Miitiin' llenefit'Policy i county I hereby call have been ordered home from the Phil- keep the boy aid tho woman should rir, i. Uedoo Brown, Mis Mattlo Up Insurance, and Extcnde'il Insurance that work automatically. voter of Lincoln Dividends ippines for muster out. keep the girl. I notlco thl decision irter "und;.Mr. Tuoma Kelly, tho payable nt the liiciniiini; of the second, and of each succeeding year, and may be are used to bo held ut the court nnuso in Up to till time 117 Cuban soldiers for the benefit of Judge Sautley. - ed to reduce ptttuliims or increase tho insurance brother ol tho bride, Miss Willie BldStanford, on Saturday, Juno IT, at 2 , have given up their uns and accepted Capt. bam M. Duncan and hi compu-i0 and.'.Mr. Pulraer.eShepherd, who Every inviuher of the Mutual licnetit is sure of fair, liberal treatment under AM. o'clock v. M , to select eight delegate $7"i money's each from tho United States, ny, wlilcli served In tho lute war, were followedjby Muster Ned Smith and circumstniKcs, mid no matter what hippen liu will get hi POLICY worth in insur" For informato the convention to bo held at Louismuch credit for thu high esteem Mis Annie Smith, tho children of tho ance, font ii all put down l it llhick,4and While "IN THE 21, to nominate Ueinoorutlo 642 W. Main St., LouNville, K W Siu'ili Co., State Agents, ville, June tion or rules npplv to Mrs. Suo Steonberger write from In which they hold their dead. It will groom. Mis Marlon Hodge, tho maid Ky.or R. B. MAHONY. Agent. Stanford. Ky. candidate for State olllcer. her new Texas home: "Let 1110 uuro be remembered that u fund was inado of honor, proceeded to tho altar alone, John W. Hoi.miw, Clim'n you that nothing give me more pleas up hero to purchase a Mag for tho comfollowed by tho bride upon tho arm of uro tlion to recclv 0 tho I.J ,tw Ice .1 week. pany, and curtain amount wn re- Dr. J. II. Wilkes, while from tho other PHT.CINCT CONN'KNTIONS It take it about two days to get here, ceived by the company from tho can side of the church 'tho groom entered I'rcclnut convoiitlon of tho domo-emti- o but It I all tho now from home jut the teen fund. These two fund amounted . U)on urm of J. 5N. Saunders, his voter of Lincoln county U call- same. Hnelosed you will llnd check for to about $i:S0, Instead of giving u ban-- . i)(J,l lno K,, Meeting at the altur tuo repcctlvu voting 2, ono more year' subscription." ijuet tho boy, very approprlutoly, ed to bo held ut tho brldo was presented by Dr. Wilkes and place 011 Saturday, Juno 10, at 2 i. M., Thank. Money pay for two year placed two hundsumo monument over thu marriage service performed accord select delegate to u convention to now. to the two, of their number, who came ing to the Episcopal ritual and ring lw Juno 12, at 2 held at Stanford. homo sick und died of fever. They service by Hev. P. A1. Sowell. Tho A o'clock, to nominate a candidate for . WllloMm HilUllllU. lll.l.MiKU liurrllile Hum, Scald. Cm or were Clarence II Purk, who died Aug. inulds wore lavender organdie over liuiiiririAriilit Stltv, the Ui in Hip 22, 1MH, und Jellerson D, Cheatham, tho Legislature. Stanford No. 1 I en- nruiw. wm iu. violet, wlthviolet girdles, carrying i.iiu, aiu tun iruuiiy kin in titled to 2 delegate, tho other three luiw HM hum., rtt r N.i, I Ur, llnt, heal It who died Oct. 17, 1M)S. Thl action 1 pink rose. Ml Hodge, the maid of I rluin, an ami r.ruii.in., ulrs mi highly commendable and show true " Slog out the 014 Bins In th new voting places to ono each; Hustonvlllo win;., "iiijr rin. iruu t ii, I'ur 'e honor, wu dressed in pink orgundlo ituimulfol Bins in to troa " Bios out the Uls No. 1 und :i, to two each, No. 2 to ono; !mM I7 1'ruu)', Pnijnil.t. und noblo tr.ilu of character. pink, with violet ribbons, tbo over Crab Orchard No. 1 and 2 to two each We bring to you the new and true from th drcittimtuedjwlth violet, her flower Sam Juek, tho theatrical manager, A SAIIKOW KhCAI'L plney forests of Norway and Wavncsburj? No. 1 to two and 2 and seems to havu had a splto ut hi brothAiU K. iinl thankful illln ly Mrs. lu'l 00MHart. of pink rose twined with violet. Tho II to one each, 1 wlitcll llli (Irutull, h P. "Ujll.leu wore an embroidered violet chifer for ho left brldo In hi cuuicb Jons W. Holmkh. Chm'n. "It I my wishthl clause foremost will; Hlllwluu my luDiti.IHlOU wt tu tuj Uuill) ler- - fon over violet silk, trimmed with rushI uur iKxtort me first and that ihort lliu. iftf ktrliiiE I cotiM llie lul my brother Jame and my wlfo Emma, IU,WUUi tu uir Ss,lor. ilrlrriuiur,! If 1 (vuM uol ing of violet liberty silk, tbo overdres CHURCHES AND'PREACHEBS. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey tty oltli luy friviiJ oil nrlh, I would lusrluy formed a train and wa edged with bo:oino husband and wlfo." tJvlwl lu Iwnl unr tboirs. My luulmiiJ for Tho Central Kentucky Hollos Kliu Nsw gl Pr. tiid Cvl.U Dlxvmv trial,Uoniuiuiitluii.ill rulllo of llbortyjsllk. Sho wore a gray look lu It t "I can't stand It," said Mis LouUe (oo.h. oliud-lu- g Camp Meeting will bo held ut WUmuro li liarurel ms.auil tliauk (JoJ, I chip but with trimmings of pink Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by rliibl Hov. 11. Currudtno will bo Walter, when shu suw her beau danc- am aanl ami now a well au.l linlthy vmuaii." July to violet und in her hand carried science to a Plcas&nt.Pcrmaacat, Potitiro IVuny.a lru Mors. Ilniular lJtlli.(rwt ing with another girl at Battle Creek, 'IrlalSue there. white rose. After tbo marrlugo cereami Jl (luirautrrJ or pi lie relundnl. Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces lis mony an Informal reception wa tenderHov. J. 11. Crouch ask u to say that Mich., und drawing u dagger from her of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. y pocket sent It to her heart. Epworth league convention, India ed the bridal party at the home of Mr. Lungs areexhtk-rate- d The sore, weary cough-worowing to tho college concert Wcdnc-dag The C. II. & mucus Is cut out j the naiwlls, Ind., July i the night there will bo no prayer meetJohn Singleton, of Hath, Mo., split V. Hy, will make a rate of one faro for Ella Steele Kelly, tho bride' mother, cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed ing ut tho Haptlit church. after which Mr. and Mr. Smith left for hi head 0mn with an a while being membranes are healed and soothed so that then good going July tho round-triM. Logan delivered tho Washington and Hov. S. pursued by olllcer. Ho was wanted good returning to und Including July a few week trlp.to Is no Inclination to cough. tho gruduutlng for murdering hi aged formon to Now York Cities and after thl a rest mother. BOLD BY ALL QOOD DRUQCIISTS with joint Mddloi-boi24. By deioltlng fiO cent class of tho University School, at Old Point Comfort, after which they Battles Only. 25s., 60o. arts' $1.00 Sits Tho Hoyal Arcanum which, was agent, ticket may bo extended to and will tako up tbclr residence In Norfolk, Sunday, at tho ChrUtlan church. BE SURE YOU GET organized In 1877 now hug 100,000 mem- - Including Aug. 20. See C. II. A D. Va., where Mr. Smith ho many friend I O LD. tuu wv ami IAMII llua-la- i to Dr. 1 ugonts for Information, und where hi bride bv reason of lllus 1'r. Klun' barf and has paid out over $.'0,000,. Dr. Bill' PlM-Ta- ruultklv lri rou. II you umi! Hunt?, I, dT quick and prnuassol rlkf of Editor A. E. Nlcoll, father-in-laItwak-- a litis prov btirlpalinUascoaibaitndtijUa, trloui ilnoago,her charming culture and nw Utahlls. 'IUuuiiJofullrii ana H.muu. 000 in death bouetlts. ) U ,ll, nuubl- s- .urilt lor SUk nilTubs mnuM.-U- n. U. A. UtuaU. J. H. Collier, of tho Frunklln Favorite, Southern beauty will goon wm tier way rHak." lltl.Ullin. iusjmiiu.. m.i Chicago ha a real monkey for a died from the effect of being thrown to the heart of tbo Old Virginia folk. tu Ilk l.l j.y " "uu J. N. S. VrVit..1.1 "iS6 iiriiffifi.i.j from a buggy. ...-(Ultsl rni i.b I'umi.v . grand-daughter, oi e, 1 Mary H. linker sues Wm. Heverman Loulsvlllo for 10.000 damage for not keeping a matrimonial engagement with her Mario Walnwrlght, the actrc. wa married In New York toFrankln!Iob- erts, her leading man. Her daughter acted a bridesmaids. Mr. and Mr. Harvey Cobb, of Madison, have Issued Invitations to the mar riage of their MUs Zcrclda France Huguely. to Mr. David Putnam McCord. Juno 7. A gentleman Iroui Kowinnd tell u tlmr. ...aca Mnpttii Tllnnn. ...Iw. wnj Mfa . mit Ublttlivjl nuu nu, e married the other day to Wesley VI t ujjtu its, nus II Ub 1JUIIC3 lt, Instead of l.'i, a tho license book had it A dispatch says that tho most beautiful und eluborate wedding ceremony ever performed In Louisville wa that of Mis Abby Dullard and JetTerson Davis Stewart, The couple left at once for a tour of Kurope. GLOBE. Men's, Iloys' and Children's ClOTHIUf Latest -- .,. Shirts All Goods Guaranteed. IKlerWear, Col-lJln- ft I Suits Cleaned and Pressed. r uii uress SOCKS. jreKay v esus. tb;,;5iX"te?ii 1 THE GLOBE, Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. SaroroeFGoods Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, SILK PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS dlsap-peare- d. Straw Hats H. J. M'ROBERTS. 1 I SAVE YOUR MONEY ask-j0I)- . . dc-er- 11 1 Il tt 1 OR. BELL'S It n 20-2- 3. microbe-bearin- p, 1, o, .. ft. .1 ft.Bll w , ir.' r, For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. w?s53 "T&$rw- - Hr Vtr! ltTV-'-."1- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv.. - June 6. 1899 W. T. WALTON. aq nM.i in wan tho ovation to Wm. Jennings Bryan at Loulivlllc, it was in keeping with that Riven him wherover he appear.. The hold ho has on the ways people and the Infinite variety of ho can present the eaine subjects that his wonder-fu- l ho often and so elaborately, broad statesmanship, power and stamp him as tho greatest man of his will be day and generation. That he and nominated again for tho presidency the Chicago platform, with p ank. that against Imperialism and trusts, will bo reaffirmed, thero Is now no sort of doubt and Judging from the expressions and of tho convention at Louisville country, from reports from all over tho occuthe money question will as before "None of the quespy the first place. tions presented In our platform have "and been settled," said Mr. Bryan, until they are, they must bo forced to tho front." There arc many Indications In now that democracy wilt triumph 1900 and with such a leader presenting go the cause of tho people, It ought to victory. In his auditorium to certain speech Mr. Bryan appealed to the gold democrats to return to the party, which there is every Indication that they will do. In that event we are dead sure to win and at the same time prove that Senator Blackburn Is both a prophet and a son of a prophet when he said that McKlnley nor any other man would ever be elected a second time. editor Hen Watt, tho and educator of Bowling Grcon, Is a candidate for superintendent of public Instruction and thoso who know Him best say that ho is eminently qualified to bo at tho head of tho public schools of Kentucky. Ho Is tho only candldato for a State ofllco In tho ."Id district, which usually gives a big democratic majority and that of Itself, Irrespective of his merits as a teacher and a democrat, will be largely in his favor. Lincoln county could not honor a better well-kno- man. K II IM 35 living children. tions are that Lincoln county demoA printing ink combine with a capiopinion of crats arc Imbued with that tal of 25,000,000 Is forming. the man ncd will do their part towards Johann Strauss.tho famous composer making him our chief executive. of waltz music, Is dead at Vienna. Senator Beck's old homo at LexingOwing to tho illness of his wife, Judge R. J. Breckinridge has been ton was attached under a law suit. Henry Jones, of Bolivar, Tenn., fell prevented from maklnc much of a cangeneral, but the race on a circular saw and was cut In two. vass for attorney The famous old St. Charles Theatre Is not always won by hlra who docs tho by fire. most speaking. The Judee will go In- In New Orleans, was destroyed F. Richardson and Thomas Sperby with the heartiest to the convention In Estill county-Fsupport of as loyal friends as a man wero killed by lightning ever had and If they do not turn the our hundred barrels of whisky were cards In his favor we shall be surprised. 100. levied upon at Paris for taxes amountGeorce Wrav. who claims to bo 103 announces that ing to $30,000. Gov. Boil Taylok years old, I suing for divorce from his ho will not be a candldato for the U. S. At Mackvllle, Washlncton county, of 45. Senate from Tennessee, but will stick Dr. A. M. Shields shot and killed Geo wife The Green farm of 106 acres, near man. Linton, a Negro. to 'the lecturo platform. Sensible Richmond, sold in three parcels at $52 Near Manor, Texas. G. W. Engbcrg POLITICIANS AND P0LT1CS. aged couple, were shot to to $01 an acr,. and wife, an n & Co , bought 000 J. II. death by unknown parties. bushels of wheat In Garrard yesterday Goebel Club of 150 was formed at A Articles of Incorporation of achcwlne 70o delivered here. Lexington. gum trust have oeen filed. The capital at THE meeting of the Bimetallic Sain of 150 hoi;. 175 pounds, at 3.40 There are 17 candidates for the dem- stock is $9,000,000. The Kiss Me Co. is League in Louisville proved even a ocratic nomination for assessor In Madand 100 fat steep at .'l.OUuro reirtod in InlL greater occasion than was expected, ison. in the United States tho Winchester Democrat. Tho failures the three days being gloriously spent Agricultural Commissioner Mooro Diplomatic relations with Spain, sev- during May were only 62.S er cent, of In eloquent speechifying and feasting. a State road convention to be 1S9?. were formally reered April 21, tho smallest previously reported in aoy has called Judge James P. Tarvln was held at Lexington, Saturday, June 10. sumed Saturday. month. president and the vice presidents M. S. Baughman and Myers Bros, Gov. W. H. El'.erbee, of South CaroThe Cumberland Telephone Compa-n- v Gov. Altgeld, Of Illinois, V. J. lina, is dead. He had been ill for a havo bought another threshing outfit has nurchased a controlling inter Semonin and Thomas Tandy, of Ken- long largely when time of consumption. Valley Company for and will ba In tho field est In the Ohio tucky. A. V. Clark was threshing time comes. Hon. M. B. McSwceney took tho S550.000. Tho secretary. The resolutions declare that oath of office at 11:30 Saturday night as Tho trotting gelding, Capstone, by California has a law requiring all c, faith In bimetallism Is vindicated by governor of South Carolina. signed bv tho Colonel Gore, belonging to Sam ewsnauer articles to be events and a readoptlon of the Chicago of Harrodsburg, sold at auction of Congressman Henderson, writer, but the Argonaut is the only Friends platform Is recommended with Wm. of Iowa, claint that he has enough at Cleveland for $1,225 paper that obeys it. Jennings Bryan as its standard bearer; pledged votes to elect him speaker. W. H. Routt and Jones Baugbman.of A German farmer car Thorntonn, recommends the adoption by the demwas declared the demo the West End, who M)ld tholr several Casey Allen sons In a well and ocratic National convention of 1000 of cratic nominee for circuit cleric 01 Ind., threw his four months ago, Two were killed years' crops of hemp two specific declaration against the organi- Mercer to succeed his father, deceased. Jumped in after them. would have made $3,000 had they held zation and existence of the trust and a The supreme court of New Jersey and another will die. now. In Haytl there Is sunshine almost ev- It tilt specific promise of legislative and exec- has rendered a decision upholding Wm. Wlckersham bought 12,000 year. Even during the utive action tending to their extermi- trusts, the first decision of tho kind on ery day In tho eggs last week al 10 cents per rainy season tho rain seldom falls until dozen of nation. The present logical ratio of record. Reb Godaard old three shortdo.en. bilate In the afternoon. 16 to 1 is the only ratio at which to W. J. Nolln.of The time for filing testimony has Smith Parker, a young farmer living horn yearling heifers Board & Walter can be restored.opposltlon to been extended In the Whlte-Borelmetallism Mllford, III., at $12-5-. near Ghent, was Instantly killed by the it being composed only of those who op- and Evans-Turn- er congressional con- accidental discharge of his shot gun, shipped a car load of lambs to Cincinpose bimetallism at any ratio. The es- test cases. nati yesterday, for which they paid which he knocked down. tablishment of Independentblmetalllsm Ellsha Baxter, the 10th governor of U At Wilcox, Wyo., robbers held up from 5 to 6 12. During the past week, at 16 to 1 would do more to cripple or Arkansas and one of the notable figures has purchased 00 Pacific train, demolished the J. C. Vanarsdall average about 600 to destroy the organization and opera- in the history of that State, died at the Union and safely butcher cattle, express car with dynamite bo tion of the trust than any other single Batesvllle. imnni1s.nl .1) cents. They are got away with the booty. act. Free silver and free trade would 1st of July aod Judge W. S. Stone, of Jamestown, is M. J. Hughes was acquitted at Ver- delivered between the send them to the demnltion bowwows spoken of for the democratic nominaliarrodsuurg sailles of the murder of A. F. Steele, the last of OctoberIn double quick time. tion for representative from Russell Sonator Blackburn saw the killing and Democrat. counties. The Louisville Times, Mt. Vernon and Casey N. Cardwell, a former mem- was a prosecution witness. Maj. I. George Harp, of Fayette county, got Signal, Ulchmond Register, Louisville Kentucky Legislature and hold of tho wronc bottle and drank SOUTHERN MUTUAL Dispatch, Cynthlana Democrat, London ber of the leading citizens of Clark carbolic acid, thinking it was whisky. Echo, Lancaster Record and many oth- one of the INVESTMENT CO., county, died at Winchester. noj highly appreciated Ho died three minutes later. ers have mad-Congressman Vincent Borelng has Jetlerson Davis' birthday Saturday tices of our reconsidered Intention of OF LEXINCTON. KY. Blakely. of retiring from the editorial control of recommended Charles A. vacant 11th was largely celebrated at Atlanta and Williamsburg, for the holi other nlaces. The day is a legal this paper. We would like monstrous $160,000 Paid in Living Benefits; Annapolis cadctshlp. day In many Southern States. well to retire, but wo are not going to district $65,0OORcserve and Surplus. Marion,Jobn Moore, a Taylor roan, come to otay, as tbo property At It Is now stated that do so now. We have newspaper adventurers usually assert to and Joel Farmer, for Pratt, engaced In deeded by Mrs. Stauford to Stanford a difficulty at the convention Saturday University Is worth $33,000,000, Instead Cwt I'aM get hold of the cash of the unwary. in which the latter was severely cut. of $10,000,000 as first reported. !r A I' Taylur Ualngton, Ky. ?' I .' tllJ i.i 144 AS usual In Ohio It was Hanna first During the past year the exports of Mflulfr.t .Wiu.troiiK " Mr. Hardin writes Judge Mat Walton Sh.Im A. and the rest nowhere. His man Nash that the report that he has promised watches from Switzerland amounted to K It. A I) It. Mrjrrr PantiUe, Kjr MM . 114 W III ("J 11oioii" Mr.. J. was nominated for governor on the the stewardship of the Lexington Lu- over $13,000,000. The watches went to lirunwW. NuikHls. . " '"'" IIH-- J " Ho could have been second ballot. " '"v llluo " nula Asvlum to Mayor Slmrall Is almost all parts of tho civilized world. W J.Nctwan 47 " IV. ui nominated on tho first ballot, but Han- untrue. A. A. llanklt Cincinnati,! Many peoplo wero scared out of Ky. H.' 111 i.i h. II tt'rtn Lulnstun, na wanted to show the other seven I Republicans of Clay county held a Mt. Sterling Sunday by II It. Un. ball ,V 1.11 Kl " " candidates how small they are. The 41 Hi and adopted resolutions an idiotic prediction that tho townB IU.lrta L. Nlni, (Indnnall, Louis platVCi platform reaffirms the St " " calling on State Senator John Bennett, would be destroyed by a cyclone that Thin Fonnau hit. 4 V) it; 13 form, praises and endorses McKlnley, of Madison county, to make the raco Ailo!.li Wriiwii.l, I'liiUtllle, Ky day. I'M HIM "" (ba. IIumIi .. , Including his backward step on civil (or Governor. " lirtJI A revision has been granted In tho V. Zanwtllls. service reform, und maices a feint of j An agreement was found to bo Ira-- j Dreyfus case and the exiled officer Is to Jo. J. Wail. W inn M UiulaflU, K) KauiUr condemning trusts. 111.11 Kjr ..IT V) possible on all questions, and the con- brought back to France from Devil's JolioI-.C.i- l 111 Vh Kjr viction Is growing more than ever that Ttlnml and retried bv court martial for I'raurla KamUr Luulxlllr, " au liw.1l Gov. Altgeld, tho Illinois member I " com " .... 41 !u il LuJluw, of the National democratic committee, tho work of the peace commission at tho offense, It is claimed ho never J It Tlifor.l. mitted. Mum. Mir.. lull, WiutiirtK-'- Ky.4l.Mi 101 M says he Is going to resign. The prospect Hague Is doomed to fall. I Judge Borelng says Attorney GenerHereafter tho names of postmasters J. A LarraU Ul. Umlf'llle, Kf II Su . Is that if be doesn't he will be kicked UM ll.lll Ualuiftuo, " J A.litrluw His Independent race for mayor al Taylor Is as certain to be elected will not be printed on any book, blank Mary I', frbely out. " nw limSl " business, " Hio ," W of Chicago over the regular nominee, Governor as be Is to bo nominated. A or card used in tho registry Mrah'laylor 41 W. IttIM " which though parson him- only tho names of the postotllce, county ruan lliown " . Carter Harrison, seems to have elimi- statement w1KI4I " " i. W. llanwjr. .. and State appearing thereon. nated him from usefulness as a leader. self he does not believe. " ...43 W. l(3t " How the mighty havo fallen l Bank capital In Louisville has been Nsltle IUd........ Uiul.vllle, Ky .1150. 1W hi Bolters should not hold high places In was order mdueed M.COO.000 under tho taxation Ir T. E. iolill Grover Cleveland UM party organization. Their example l!o. l. llotMoii lalniiluu " .11 W 1KI41 97W " ... ed oil tbo premises of a farmer near authorized by the now constitution, and might be emulated. "" - ' '"" 101 ! Wlnstead, Conn., for fishing in his this Is but tho beginning, hven liqui- Jo.. IMnll Ituigtn ". 4140.. tolM it. M. Kltirf BY the way Taylor and his friends pond without his consent. dations aro being considered. 4IM 101 Kl .. .Ml.Hltl.urK" l.ucr Short are taking snap Judgment on tho other , Tho monlhly statement of the public An aged and eccentric couplo living Maria Klotlc-lmlatllle " ..ttto il 41 republican gubernatorial candidates, ho debt shows that at the close of business near Charlestown, Ind., havo kept the l.'troge J). lluUrHun lalnnlon " .. M W W(l will get enough votes to nominate bim May 31 tbo debt, less cash In tho treas- sunllghtoutof their house for 20 years, MeveniA Maraball Wlnrbult-- " ..XSn"! " ...40 50.., H3 0K " " before it Is generally known that Stone ury, amounted to 1,108,8J1,407, a de- believing they will live longer by keep-In- g sv.ula Jamw .... Ualiijlou " .. Il.'. 10.11 and Pratt aro aspirants. Saturday he crease as compared with last month of the rajs of sunshine out. " ...41 Ml ;uio litis M'llle Morulu of Magotlln, received the Instructions 3,605,857. Lralnkion, Ky...WMj. MM Chicago experienced tbo hottest 1th I;jul h.uiurl. SUIiulalll " W5il vt it Marshall, Crittenden, Taylor, Clark, ' The queon regent announced In tho of Juno In four years. Tho thermora-ote- r Jt. A. Welih " .. 41o Hi 1.' Uxlogiun Russell, Harlan and perhaps other Cortes that practically all of Spain's Clneln-nu- ll A. IMavlor went to 05 at Milwaukee. " -" I.' Ml T. A. Hornby counties. remaining insular possessions hud bean " MI " also complained. Tho maximum J II llaa.r ceded to Germany. Tho cession em- temperature In Loulsvlllo was 05 Vau.lltrr A AIIii.llarrI,lfic " .. Clipper, of Midway, THE Blue Grass " II KJU5 Mary Holloway .Ualniston braces tho remainder of tho Lad rones, degrees. " ...ItW ll 11 " is not only tho largest country paper In tho Curollnus and tho Pulaos Inland. . county fiscal court sold to .v.hU Jauir. . I'iHvlU. " It IM Tho Scott tT Ml.. A. J. lulry the State, but It Is ono of tho best. It " Out of tho 271 members of tho Con- tho highest bidder S100.000 worth of i Jbhnl.l'iMhM-I.Niloltl' I"! U has had almost a score of editors In its ...41 W.. . kin d A. W KraUsr now allvo per cent. Frankfort & Cincinnati .UaliHItsu 41 time, but nonu of them could tuku tho federate Congress but are " . II its refunding bonds to Rudolph Kley-bolt- u Mary ScUulu l.uukllle live of. thu number belonging to tho " .11 from tho present editors and promo cako 'j IV. Hartley. UtluntkU delegation. H. W. Bruco & Co., 3f Cincinnati, ut a premI Kentucky & Ralloy. prietors, CooiHir ..KAU! 3,111.31 (undT. L. Helm, of Louisville, R. J. ium of $l,b37. Tutal. .tO!.l Tho body of William II. Dovoy, of l'lofllOurOl One of the best writers on tho Ken- Breckinridge, of Danville, wero memMublenburg county, was found In tho I or further Intormalloii a..y In tucky rural press Is M. l Hethcrlng-ton- , bers. Dr. J. II. Souther, a Hardin man, was woods near Central City Friday. Ills of the Lebanon Falcon. His paper Set'y, A.SMITHBOWMAU, bristles with good things and be rarely removed as chairman of tho 2ith legis supiwsed that In a fit of temporary LeilcgUa, Ey., dcrantrciccni bo wandered Into puts bis pen to paper that something latlve district, Warren county, and Stinferd, Sj, Cbarles Cox, a Goebel man, was elect 'the woods and was accidentally killed. BAENES WEABEN, Agt., readable docs not result. bright and ' HauL-hraaFor-sytbng most favorable news comes from Rcprcseniatlve-clcc- t Gilbert Is stop, all parts of tho State of the steady ping at tho Richmond. Washington march to victory of tho gnllant youne dispatch. statesman from Kenton. He has mado 11 manlv canvass, he has dodeed no Is BRIEF NEWSIOTATIDN. sues and tho people everywhere havo Tho wots won ia Rusjcllvlllo by a had only to hear Senator Goebel to bo of 17. Is the uroper man to majority convinced that he Joseph Pierce, of Floravlllc, O., has nominate for governor. Tho Indica The ed In his stead. Souther has been chairman of tho committee for a long while. Both sides for several weeks have mado desporato struggles to gain control of tho county organization and mo finally won. Tho first step In tho Davison vs. Gilbert contest was taken at tho Capitol, when in tho presenco of both contestant and contestco Clerk McDowell broko tho seals on tho papers. Tho caso will probably go down In history as a mcmorablo one, at least so far as volume Is concerned. It will nmount to 1,000 or 2,000 pages of printed record. uoe-bellt- ll President Loubct attended the races near Paris Sunday and a violent demonstration was mado against him. Inthomeleo many blows wero exchanged among rioters, and Count Chrlstlano struck tho president's hat with a stick. Tho apicllato court affirmed the decision of Judgo Cantrlll that tho Franklort monshants wero entitled to payment for supplies furrlshed the State Guard encampment In 1601, Tho accounts amounting to $2,200 were refused approval by Gov. Brown. Au-teu- HHD1 THIS PAPEEWITHYOU. We do not aJvcfti-- e a liargaln that we cannot clvp. nor do wo make ny Hist wc are utmb'o to prorr, with good" and prlcw. Ilelnw jmi will find nctlln "r SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK. Pick them out, bring thin paper alnug. and yon will find the bargain is nut all in l'rlntcr' Ink. wc kWc you LAND AND STOCK. Strawberries aro only 5c 11 gallon In Louisville. C. Vanoy has a pig wltn three toes on each foot. Arthur Hill bought In Pulaski 30 calves at $10. J. H. Greer sold to it. u. uocko- - two milk eosfor$l2. Yearling bull, subject to register, for salo. Mark Hardin. Strawberries aro a drug at Brodhcad at 15 cents per gnllon. T. S. Frith bought tho lirouncad Roller Mills for $1,000. John Bright won tho club members handicap at St. Louis Saturday. won tho Latonla Mm- - Homiistcad Oaks over Rush, wbp failed to show. At 30 to 1 at Latonla, Poto Kitchen won the fourth race from School Girl. For sale. W acres of good land, either Address box In one or two parcels. Men's Pants BOyS all rVOOl ln"XT' Tliri.c com? In Knee lfnKtli 50c 1 Jeans Pants lh"M wc" "" ",Ml only. Qp Near Silkl Un- - AnyUmlrrklMlnNVr.s,lk. -l derskirts. Linen Dress Skirts Men S bnirtS "" I'errallno QOp W AtiSlSs! 49c low s 4,9c. Utiles' llrlght Donpila Patent Tip Shoes, from 7Sc, up. Slippers With or without collars; sott or stlfl front, WMleor Fancy Bodies. QQp SoTMen'M Tan Shoes, Vesting Topn, (I.Sl.tM ' Our Carpet and Matting Stock contain several remnant we ate aixlou to cloe out at any price . Don't forget that we have no omiwlitlon In I.nllo' Trimmed Hat and Sailor.. thin line. Our .lock I. again replenltlied in All mail orders will receive prompt attention, and will be forwarded on fir.t g fain after order ! rccciTrd. The Louisville Store. The Chct Houe In Town. T.D. KAN'EY, ManaKer Branch itorc. at Kliiabfthtown.JKIkton, Owen.boro, Slielbrville, Vertalllt, Hird Tenn. town, IIupklniTllle, Madiionville, Morcanfield, Oeorgctown Ky., Clarkr-tllle- , Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, And all kind of KA Kill NO IMI'LKMKNTS. WV. A. CARSON'S, S7a4VFO?D. Just Think A Inrce aottment of good Wall 1'aper at 4c, 5c, c, 7c ftom atjtlie Btote of Of It. a nl n- - "' prr ro 1 'to elcct . A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Wo aUo hang Wall Paper at 5c n--r rrtlilng roll by tlic tiifi-- in the t ciiiiieleiit men and carry ev. mass-meeti- ng I Paint, Glass and BrushJBusiness. Picture . llarp-Lbur- ..! Framed to order on khort notice in late.t tyle. (iivu tn a rail anil Vo ' how ynu can ve money. 300 aln Si , Danville, Ky. Telephono Xo. 121. S. . 1UDI-- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. Tho painting seaaon In here. We wish to call your attention to the fact that wo keep the Bet Heady Mixed Taints, OIU, Varnl.liui, BruHhct, Ac, In tho iniirkel. . . . I . TOILET ARTICLES Ac , ! . r Our line of Toilet Article, mch a Tooth Brii.hfii, Hair Brushes, Comb, Soap. ' and of the very beat quality. complete, I compounded PRESCRIPTIONS carefullysolicit your from tho I'ureat and Be. I drug ob patronage. tainable, IVicun reasonable. We r , CRAIG & HOCKER. oooooooooooqoooooooooooooooooooooooo t i' . . White Lead, Linseed Oil, Kcaily Mixed PainU for all rati-roa- . l'urHf8 q . o . . Wall Paper and Alabastine fold for 11 o I.OWF.ST OASI1 Price.. W. B. McROBERTS. g mr-nti- oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo JWaWA -- .,. sfMi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, E. C. rjfc' sM'f HiiginiM!- 1- w il 0 !.-"- SWyft pm't r' .f-.- , Wiiitk J. plquo tie nt Jonci'. - Ciiickiin feed wheat for salo cheap II. Haughman & Co. TlIK V. A. M". will receive al tho Tin: tclophono exchange hero has collcgo campua Friday evening, begin- connection now with Nlcholasvllle, JL. Bargains For Triis WeeK only. Ky., - ning at 8:.'I0, In Junk 6, 1899 wa tbo hottct day of tho Hi riven' Drawer, at only 65c year nnd yesterday wa not far behind, All Cnlicocs, per yard, at 4c llRAINAItlt.V AllMHTItONd Fllo etlVc a little moro breeze making It easier to Hooslrr Cotton, per yard, 4c at 2Jc skein to close. Soveranco ft breathe. At 7 A. M. Sunday tho mer Soda Watkii, loo cold, pure nnd 'Son. T'ion Percale, per yard, 10c cury was &", ut 1 P. M. US and at 4 il had most refreshing ut l'enny'l)rug Store. fallen only 4 degree. III Cut In Summer WViK,t Clothing, Men'd and Ladles' Underwear. TlIK l)ot material combined with SilliRDDKD whole wheat biscuit and Men' Suit made to order at 15 per cent, discount. Arbucklc' Coflce rare. skill 'and accuracy insure pood Grapc.Nut food nt Hlgglni k McKln- LiTTl.K RoiuilK Penny, after eating result. No other method aro over ncy'. 10c;Sol3operlbjlI.MtColOil, 10i (Ullon, Ac. Thco price do a number of green apples and beginused In our prescription work. Penny's not apply to merchants and will not be continued after this week. ning to feci the cllects, ran to her Drug Storr. IlOiis. If your hog nro not healthy undo Hob Lytic and said; "Oh, Uncle try some of Craig k Hockcr' Safo Hog Hob, I've eaten ro many apples I'm PERSONAL AN pToCJEfTsOSSIP. Cure. 'frald I'm going to have appleplexy." of Livingston, Mil. W IX. Dll.MON. TlIK Knob Lick Turnpike corpora I. O. O. F. A full attendance of tho Ik with Mr. JooCoiIuy. Tin: resignation of Hank Kxamtncr tion I among tbo thing that were. I required at tho lodgo till Escott ha been accepted Mits. Em.kn L. OWHl.r.V wa here member to takeclTcct The director met Saturday, President evening. A. C. Sine, scc'y. yesterday rcturnlnir (roin Louisville. JunelM. There are 10 applicant for Clifton Fowler tells us, and after deMltrt. Hit. K. J. Ilnow.v Is back from "Vol ain't so warm," If you ouy tho place, but not ono of them I better claring 11 llnal dividend of ')( per cent , ylslt to her parent In Rockcastle. your summer clothing and underwear qualified than Mr. A. A. MeKlnney, declared tho corporation dissolved, Mil. SPI'IMIIXIN Sympson, of IUI from Severance .V Sons. N'ow lino Just assistant cashier of tho First National Thl dividend tho stockholders can get vllle, U with hi brother, J. II. Symp- In.- Hank of Stanford, with which he has by application to Dr. Fowler, who say ho collected every debt due tho con lon, been associated since its birth. Till Is now the mo.t up Gallery In Central Kentucky, Iiavlng been rebrought In from J. I) corn, but ono of 5,S.". J. T. Mai-tiJohn V. Hahtin, of Pittsburg, wa cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat I.cnse; the new dNcovcry in optical Lay, of the Southern Miss Dollik down to eo lltllo daughtor, Katie, Ilastln's farm the other day a pleco of Stankoiid seems to be doing pretty telence. I wish to say to Hie Ladici that a sycamore sapling, on which was n end of tho county, was tried before Sunday. Judge H.illov and u Jury yesterday and well, thank you, even If many wont Mits. S. I). Vowm.!.. of Elkton, Is limb which hud grown back Into tho declared or unsound mind. She was believe It. Proof of it Is shown In tho visiting her parents.Mr. nnd Mr. Jack tree. taken to Lukeland by Deputy Sherltl fact that the freight and Jut received a large stock of the very Hosley. OL'lt boys defeated the W. L. Wood. Her mind has been in business of the L. .V N. ofllce here is J. W. SIMPSON and pretty daughter, Mis Lizzie, were hero from Garrard a team hero Friday evening by a icoro of bad shapo for somo time and she seem holding it own, If not a little on the r) flsto 4. Crab Orchard will be hero ed bunt on killing her father, Jackson increase. Agent J. S. Rico tells u few day ago. that tho business amount to between Patterns never sold In this locality before - have to be seen this evening to try her luck with tho Lay. Tin: Advocato fay Ml Mary I.. to be appreciated. Suit$.1,000 and M.SOO monthly, which I a able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings-AmonIlrlght, of Stanford, Is visltlug Miss champion. TlIK trustee of tho Stanford Acaderight big one. the lot s the New French Kebccca I'oiie. " mouldings specially suitable for Monday will be a busy day here, my met yesterday and elected Mr. Joo Mits. Mahtiia Davison nnd MIm with circuit and county courts, legis- II. MuAlister principal for tbo next TlIK Commencement exercUea of iiencate pictures r.mbroidcred Mats, rrench Water Colors, and all pictures that ro. Llzzlo I)avlion returned from Ioula lative convention, Hardin's scstion over several applicants. Prof. Stanford Female College began Sun quire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo vllle Saturday. und vnrtou other attractions, more or E L.'Grubbs withdrew his application day, when the Nchool girls numbering will save you money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office, Danville, Ky. Mil. A. II. C. DlN'WlMHK and Miss less Important. n- - 1.' had been chosen principal of the over a hundred und dressed for tho Lu.k, of Jlustonvlllo, Mary Holme most part in white, marched from tho Jui. City High School. Mr. SOMK of the papers speak of Colson Kf ro here Sunday. I a graduate of Centre College College to the Presbyterian church acMiss Ida DirKP.V, a fine looking ns Wilson's attorney. Tho error Is nat- and well equipped for tne Histtlon. He companied by their teachers, and lisyoung lady from Cavo City, Is visiting ural. From all e can hear the special will have a team of wild borscs on bis tened to tho Rev. B. J. Pinkerton, of Judge did more for hi friend than all hands, Mr. JooS. IUce. but the board pased a resolu- Hustonville, read, what judge proTlIK Wayne County Itecord say that his attorneys combined. tion that he must send any boy homo nounced a most excellent essay on Georgo Rankin, of thl county, was hi the true ends of life, taking for hi text Till: decision preventing iho shipping who doc not study or there several day. the Sth chapter of Romans. The house of whisky c. o. d. to prohibition coun- rule. Mil. W. II. MAbON. of Lancaster, wan was filled und the music led by Mrs. has hurt the saloon business hero ties hore Friday entering some suit for very materially. Ono saloonlsl say It Tin: annual concert of Stanford Fe- Steele Hallcy, assisted by the best male College will occur tomorrow singers of the other choir in town.wns twcMhirds of your life is spent in the coining court. will knock at least f 10O per month oil night at Walton's Opera House und a pleasing feature. The concert Is next JI'ImjkT. M. Whiti: orders his paper his profit- -. judging from the program it will be on the program and will occur at the changed from Corbln to Lexington, Tm: three military companies nt unusually entertaining. Misses Ellen opera houo Wednesday nigh'. The where ho hat moved. a LouaN Huown, of Ml. Lexington, of .10 men each, under com- and Flora Hallou, the one in music and final exercise will be at the same place Vernon, Is ihe guest of Mis Stella mand uf Col. Williams, went to London thu other In elocution, aro in charge, Thursday night. Sulurday and marched next day to nnd that a guarantee that il will be Rosamond McClary. The art reception nt the college last Mls AMCT. AUOIt.N returned yes- Manchester, to preserve order during worth attending. In addition to the night was on a much larger scale than terday from Howling Green, where she tho nakcr trials. Hesldc the usual instrumental and vocal music and elo- previous entertainments of the kind. equipment thev carried a catling gun. cutionary efforts, a "Burlesque on a The campus was illuminated with Japhas been attending Normal school. as comfortable as novible and wear shots that Traveling Troupe" will be given, which anese lantern und seats had been ar- Then why not make that .MlMMM LKNNA STUAKT AND MAli- (it: Livingston of the East End, spent Tnr.itK ure only HG Commonwealth will take off many local character and ranged under the trees, upon which the suit your afeci. We have them in Willow and Kueia Calf, Vlci and Patent Leather that are combination of perfection in cases on the docket of tho circuit court, create much merriment. te visitors sat and enjoyed several day at Dr. J. CJ. Carpenter' which begins next Monday, nono for after looking at the large collection of MlhSKS ALU'K AND DOHA HaL'UII-MASKU'l'Kli. Arnold Von Ake, who who have been attending Holllns' murder, Clerk J, F Holdam Informs u. camo from Ohio to set up a cheese highly creditable picture in oil and Va., aro with their brother, The ordinary number '21, Including six factory Institute, at Ottenhelm, skipped after pastel. They were artistically hung In against one man, for forfeited bail bond. Mr. J. W. Haughman. getting In debt to everybody he could, the parlor and in the study room and likewise -- I ordinary appearCait. Jok Hoiiinson had Mr. J. I), There are equity uppcaranccs and 101 including tbo poorer Germans, who are showed to the best advantage. Dr. Qulnn, of the Main Line, with him ances, 17 not able to stand the loss. He bought Shelton and Mr. Sautley did the hon v.t.r.lv. showing hltn how to txs a old equity cases. a wagon of W. A. Carson, harness and or of the evening, while Mis Hub Widths from AA to EE. conductor on this division. TlIK farce at London, called by cour- other thing of Ueazley .V Carter and a bard, to whose skill as a teacher the WIU.IAM Hamilton and wife. Frank tesy a trial, ended in a hung jury which horso of Mark Hardin. The latter, collection was due, showed the paint Holtzclaw and wlfo and other took ad stood U for acquittal to tbreo for a short Jack Heazlcy and Jira Carson got onto Inga with evident prideof her class. All vantage of tho cheap rate the L. V N. penal term for E. K. Wilson, charged his leaving and following him to Nlch- the pupil had a number of paintings, oflered to Cincinnati Sunday. with the murder of Miss Mary Cloyd, olasvllle succeeded in gelling their tholr best efforts being screens by U. II. UkonaUoii. Esq.. who has a by committing an abortion on her. thing from him, which he gave up Misse Mamie Lynn, Llta Belle Cash stable of runner at Latonla, spent yes Wilson was granted ball In C'l.UOO, VAX) without u word. Higgle & McKinney and Mattio Menefee; a lion by Mis terday with hi mother here. He say less than Judge Sautley fixed it, and and other Stanford merchant lost more Charlotte Warren, who seems to have a gift for animal painting, a tiger by his bum.' tall um doing nicely and nil Sunday he went his way rejoicing that or less largely by him also. Miss Cash and another by Mis Mene aro bread winner. 9 tbo law seems to have been designed It seems that our Information us to fee are also very line. Mis Tevls Mits. Rosa Nksiutt I having pub. more to protect than to punish men tho trouble between Dr. A. C. Foster Carpenter's portrait of herself is an llshcd her new song, "In the Sunny who commit crime. and Judge W. L. Hrown at London, excellent one both in likeness und South, an L. .V N. Romance." It will LVKID dispatches aro being sent tho growing out of the Wilson trial was finish. Mioses Cloe Haughman, Maudu Her ad 1... nn .&! at. an early dale. daily paper of tho prospect of u war much exaggerated. From Judg Alcorn, Carter and Lena Hobbs showed splendress U Mt. Vernon. Signal. Miss Mamik Wilson Caiipkntkii. of extermination by the While and who was present und saw it, we learn did work in still life, while Robert will visit Mis Pearl Faulconor during Howard of tho malltla sent to Man- that Foster attacked Hrown over strict- Saulley' dog In crayon proved that be Commencement. Dr. John Robards will chester for tbo protection of the ure made In his speech to tbo etlect is a real artist himself. A portrait of during their trial. It I said that that tho testimony could be a easily hi u landscape and several supeleave, shortly for n prospecting tour j More to secure euch bargains as wo are offering. We have our room tho Howard have been joined by their used to prove that Dr was us rior designs in tapestry by Miss Hubthrough Texas.- - Danvlllo Advocate. J rented until July 1st only and these K. O, kin in Harlan, who wereonco engaged guilty of committing tho abortion as bard herself presented proof as strong Mkssiib. A. F. Haiivkv and in u bloody war with tho Turner and Wilson. "If you ay that you think I as Holy Writ that she is a mistress of litmus, representing ihe Tlgner d her beautiful art. Nearly everybody In tho county Intro- - that together they will show Gov. am guilty of alwrtlon, you tell a Ilarrow.-urduclng that now farming implement, Hradley that they will not allow him He," Foster said with much heat. "I in town called during the evening and ; to Interfere In their little war. All huvo suld no more thun tho proof justi- all went uwuy greatly pleaed with snld to be without u peer for tho ut which t doubtless puro fiction. fied me In saying," Judge Hrown calmtheir visit. It Is used. ly resH)nded. Foster raised hi hand You may never havo an opportunity to buy goods as cheap. These Miss Lt'CY MlLl.Klt GiVKNS.who has j TlIK Lexington Herald say that Dr. Lieut. Harden Y. Grubbs, who has are some of the best goods from Severance A Sons' slock, but they are been nt Crawfordsvlllo, Ind., foruycar, Carl L. Wheeler, who wu apolnlcd a if to strike. Hrown simply said: been j acting Colonel of tho Fourth the "You had better not strike me." Fos! attending college and staying with her short lengths and odd lot, and wo are making 1'ltICES that will assistant surgeon of the 1st regiment, volunteer Infantry in Cdba for the past . clo'e tliemout. nunt, Mr. Miller, returned Saturday to Kentucky Stale Guard, by Col. Itoger ter did not strike and Hrown walked olx months, has been ordered to join tho delight of her parents. Mr. nod Williams, and who failed to leuvu with away. Wo ure told tbut Judge Hrown hi regiment in the Philippines. Ho ha the reputation of being an exceed I a son of Hon. W. E. Grubbs, of Mr. G. C. Given. tho regiment for Manchester on Satur- ingly cool and courageous man y and Hoylo. ; Ki'.V. II. N. FAVLCONKitatulhlsprel-t- day, was arrested Sunday by Lt. Louis wife wero hero yesterday returning Johnson on a charge of desertion pre there wu much expression of surprUo A divorce was grunted in Louisville to Lancaster. There is n probability ferrcd by Col. William, lio wo re among hi friend when they saw tho Saturduy to Hen A. Wuy from Grace that Mr. Faulconer will be called to leased on hi own recognUancoending first rcort, which we gave of courseuB Tuylor Way, the Richmond girl whom he claims he married under duress. tho pastorate of tho First Presbyterian an order from the colonel. Dr. Wheeler any other piece of now that we havo They havo never lived together. church at Owonsboro, a wo learn Ita say ho went to tho train to go, but to rely on hearsay for und pot actuul In a til of jealousy, John Wiley, of I members wero much pleased with his when ho found that ho would huvo to knowledge. Hampton, Va., shot hi wlfo seriously and put u bullet through his own trial sermon. week decided not to bo absent teveral London gavo a week of sensations, Jo Will McAlistkh, son of Mr. and Ho Is a son of Charle Wheeler, of closing Saturday night with what at worthies brain. Disappointment In love caused Mut-tl- o McAlister, of Jesramlne, Hustonville, and hi friend aro euro ha ono time teemed to involve a general Mr. Robert Henley to commit suicide at LexKlectrlcal who Is attending" tho 1J1I of wrong Intent. row. Senator Parker, Harvey Pearl ington by taking morphine. will go acquit College In Washington, I). C, won re Raymond Roberts, uged 10, and Mr. und other went to Judge Eversolo and cently apiolnted superintendent of tho TlIK Elocutionary Contest to bo held trtcd to mako him adjourn the court, Stella lluyncs, 42, were married ut electric light und water plant anioca at Walton' Opera House, Juno 10, which was being hold open for the Glenvlew, Mo. William McAlpln, a Cincinnati mil' vllle. Mil., at a salary of 100 per month will present eight young ladle who Wilson jury to come to a verdict. Ho lionalre. dropped dead in u bath room TlllH from tho Lebanon Falcon for a tlrst prlzo of u hand declined to do so and ho was pretty i will contest why tho most entertaining fea- somo gold watch or diamond ring aud severely abused. Special Judge Colson BLACK COW PEA. Enquirer, tbo a second prlzo of a beautiful cdcslul HM MVAb UbfrUUKCU UUU U1SU US&CU IU ture of tho Cincinnati have tlit Gossip," lus tor u week been and jardiniere. J. K. Hush will preside adjourn tho court. Ho said he wanted U Itho eurllesllllack CowlVu (or sale, which "Hotel to mature ami llu mo.t missing: Mr. Charle E. Klncald, of and deliver tho opening address. Rich- to wait until thu last moment to soo if a U'urer. Can lie koviu up to tho jxr peck, IVr I In town.eall-e- d middle or July mond will be represented by Mis Ma- verdict could not bo obtained, as the loc iH'r bushel, il. iiunrt. 15c j Pattkiimin, tho Cinclnatl Enquirer, Edwin I. by tho orlou Illness of hi ry Coylo, subject, "Hugor," Stanford caso was an expensive ono. "You are btanrunl, Ky. thither iS by Mis TevI Carpenter, "Tho Sot of trying to forco an acqulttul," suld somo ,l,tor, Mr. W. It. Spalding. THE BEST Of THEM ALLlt Turquol," Danville, Mis Lllllo Ro- one. Colsim denied thl and somobody LOCAL HAPPENINGS. bert, subject to bo selected; George- called him u llur. Whatever may be lailles, at town College, Miss Hyrt Jaine, "Tho said against Colson, hu ha never been Nkv whlto kid gloves, Ellen called u coward und ho told the crowd Night Watch;" Garrard, Ml Jolin-P- . Jones'. nONTHLYJAGAZ!Nfi Hlatt, "Cluudlu and Cynthia;" Mt. that ho intended to do a hi conscience Mason fruit Jar und Jolly glasses ut Vornon, Mis Ida May Ailums, "A und oath required, regurdles of any set Stranger on tho Stand;" Stuto College, of bulldozer. Ho lectured Senator Contains a commstaT Ileailoy & Cutler'. novel in every num Lexington, Ml Mario (irllllu, subject Parker for acting u ho i21d, being u ber, In uililltlou IU. lance quantity oi useful ...nt ..n l.trtu tm VAmll.n .n.lto. Hog Cholera Curo for TltY tho Sufo to bo selected and Culdwoll College, lawyer, und for awhile bedluni almost .V rvntlnutd atarlr; trhleh are sale ut Crulg & Hoeker's. Dunvlllo, Mis Serena Dunn, "Drier reigned. Finally uu order was mudo bjtcllanuml a reuiler. Wo will bo Rose." Tbero will bo mulo botweon directing tho sherill to summon a oro It should be In everr tioutshold. 18 PlCTL'IIKS Foil i"o. 93.00 jper )iur. good euch number Including u vocal solo by to preserve order und ho got Col. WilAn nu wanted In etry town, to whom hero until Juno 20. If you want liam to glvo him u detachment of his the luusl liberal Inducement will be oOVred. .... luforu that duto u wo Mis Marnlo WlUon CuriKjuter. ..i HIGG-INas before. Scat can bo secursoldier und what promised to bo a bat- - J. X. UFracOTT COUP ANY, FublUtWlJ Crouch V uo to llustonvlllo thou. ' rMILADUPHU. ed at W. H. McRoberU drug toro. tie ended In blow and bluster. St. Asaph Hatel. Mattern, I FitflT Jar das. Glasse In honorof the graduating MIwNettlu Wrnytellius. I, . and Jelly .V mm abundance nt Warren Walton, IJuhinkm Manaokii. Shank'. Sunday ... Gkn. Watt Haiidin, who never falls to entertain an audience, will hold forth hero at ltfO, Monday next. Glvo him a hearing. His Fikst Hidk. Henry Hlankcn ehlp, aged (17, living near Preachers- -, ville, took his flrt rldo on tho train Friday, when ho and his wlfo went to Livingston to visit tholr daughter. Ho says ho was so much pleased with the rldu that he I going to spend all hit spare cash with tho railroad company. JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. m 11 THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. e pas-cng- cr THESE LENSES FLATTER. Liatest Designs JVJouldigs. "Fleur-De-Lis- g er ob-cr- It is a Fact two-thir- 1 Your Shoes leto-a-te- Style and Fit JOHN P. JONES. m &ms8mmm&wmm only I Month Hu-k- er sli-tc- Fo-4e- r Cy-nln- d-- pur-K)t- O GOODS MUST GO Come Early. m iM;fi::iMf.f J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. in ''! LIPPINCOTT'S ( I T S & McKINNBY. h .,..,.., i.5.j sa. Jr .. ar?a 4 U Mr. nrtd Mrs. J. W. Davis, of Temple Hill, Ky., nro vlsltlnp, Mm. Nnnnle auaA S"rtd.av Xta,YllaenaA:rviejaAky" Harper. Wo have Inul several severe cltictrl-cn- l iJIUCll Y1CYU IN AUVANCK storms lust week, but with no serious results. - When not aopaidma.GO will he charted. avrMiss Catherine Alcorn left for Oxford, O , to be present lit the comHAL mencement exercises. The electric railway seems to be a TIME GIB thine; of the past as It litis been postponed until "next spring." KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Central Christian CoIIcro closed Wednesday aud we hope thcro will be ArrrlTee at Stanford at 1 M A. M. No. 2 ID A. K. a much lar,ror attendance next yeur. No. 4 locate Stanford l nar. No. Jl Arrltee t Itowland at 11 One of our cltlzerft Is thinking se1 SO r. at. at No. 22 Learea Stanford riously of erecting a brick building on KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the corner of Main and Danville streets. Our young people are looking for ,..121 01 p m ward with much Interest to the contest M Train going- North ....-o- . No. .... II lil " ... .. " M ' South ....... ... ..llMi.ui o. li " ......U 51 I" to be held at Walton's Opera Uouse, . .cm June 10. allll'olnta. For A protracted meeting will begin at TtO'IUH TICK17T8 SOLD. IIACOAIIF, CHhCKF.D TIIHOUOII. the Christian church Monday night, For any lnfortuitlon enquire ol Juno ulh, to be conducted by Ilev. W - THEINTERIOR JOURNAL HUST0NV1LLE. rirxrxrisx gEKwS2 Keep Queen & crescent ROUTE Your LOW KATES. JOHN II. MILIEK to tho action of the democratic ptrlv Is a rnnillil.ito for the I.eRl.latnre, atilijwt FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. "plendid rm f :l"a.reln s,n,iii, ,.i k.nut I"l,ille.rr,ni the Mliutl One Hdi l ilrt I Wil.at'i ihh klr aiMilfainiinr.inn,lry to on eay tettninr trade fur firm eeiil.tvnttal Ken Announce hl candid'- - for In dliter. n in a the oltlce of Itemceiitatlrp from the Cimnlv tiike lanrarlltaai to ddrm lbn I Man-- I K of Lincoln, aubjivt to the action of Ilia trade Cl HON. M. F. NORTH tii Itilillcal Assorablv. Charlotte, N. C , JutiO i. O. ElkK. Grand Lodge, St. II. ouo faro for round Louis, June i0-U- ( W S. BBAZLKY, D. D. S.f f?. A. JONES, DENTIST, StUlaTOIYtl, I l. 4 i 20-,.- Youlh If you are young you naturally appear to. If you are old, why ap pear sor Keen voune Inwardly: ue Mill look after the outwardly. You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray; advance agents of age. II I.nnciiNtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain I OI'Mllll-I- llle, N. flp. i....t.nHH ciii.inni.Tiirtfiirnnpii Ashe Olliui-u- " w.... C, Juno Hli7. ono faro round- . lf Willi VltnllMt! Air. I'liyslclan In attendance, onicp In the New Thompson llullitlnc TK Ky. rates to Butlalo, .New orK, via the Queen & Crescent. June 12 and 13, with liberal return limits, account Imperial CoiAcll Mystic Shrine. Ask n....Mi fni. nirtlnilur. W. C Rlnenr-- , son, General Passenger Agent. One-ham m ' DR. Jtf. L. LOWDER, K I'HY.SIOIAN AND DKfOGlST, J. S. MURPHY, .Went MCKlNNKV. - KlCNTUCKY. I'rr.crlpltiin Carefully Comninded Iay or Night I'W.Hm f'r the u Walter A. Wood Machine Co., JOE S. RICK, Agent, Btanfard, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Tralna leare Frankfort at 7 a. M. and 3 40 r. M., onneetlng at leori;elown with tl A C. and reach- h. and 10 r. M. Uf Taria at 8:40 a. W P. S connecting Leeee rarleat lleorireat IS A. M and 5 and reaching Frankfort at 9 IS town with U.U' " ,nJ ;'j5shrnn.SEWTox. a. o. p. a. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Tralna pan Junction City aa follows 4 11 p m 11 01 p m No. 2 North Ho. 1 South No, I ......II 80 m "4 " ,.S41aui " 131ptu " II am Met " ..6O0ani .. OSpm "10 " tto.S " No. 1 and 2 do not Hop. 9 and 10 run no than Junction City RoVal. Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the grcaiot memctn to health of the present day. A dlsnatch from London suys that offers 2." to tiny. Mr. man who will arrest her husband.Crnlg j K. Lloyd, of Hlchmoud. Grairir.a noted criminal. Ho boat her Mr. S. H. CamnlU and wife have re up and ran away from their home, at turned to their home In Cleveland, O., Pittsburg. Marshal K II. Moron anu ( altera pleasant visit to his brother, hla frlond. John Harkleroad, trkd to, Postmaster H. R. CamnlU. earn the 2o, but Gragg got the drop Loll nnit W. C Greening's brick yard Is now on them with a In full operrtlon and hero's hoping that made them hunt the high brush. The our city will seo many new residences woman met Gragg while she was visit-- , constructed ere many moons wane Ing the jail one day and fell in lovo Miss Angle Carpenter has returned with him. She put up 8C0O cash as a where she bond and married him from North Mlddletown, has been attending school. Mr. Val B. Goori?o Dlnnlntr. the Simpson county Morse has been on the sick list for sev Negro who was nwarded '0,m against eral days. of driving htm accu-e- d The Adam Carpenter farm of JoS men whom he 1ms tiled another suit home, acres In Casev county four miles from from his seven defendants In the. Hustoovllle advertised in this paper against the - former trial who were then relieved ot was bought Saturday by C. C. VanArsresponsibility. He now charges that) dale at $31.93. thp,.. men were In the mob that came Mr. Chas. Wheeler Is still improving day, when his houe was burned bis residence and the tlat Is certainly a next 75.00O damages. If not a joy forever." He wants "Thing of beauty, Dr. Bertie R. Carpenter Is building an IVnner snows than have heretofore addition to her office. Mr. Jesse Dunn fallen in the Rocky Mountain region has returned from the South, where he for over 50 years are now beginning to took several car loads of horses to sell. melt and already the mountain streams Miss Pearl Rose, a graduate of Ham- arc swelling Into torrents. The quesilton College, has returned. Mr. G. tion uaturally arises as to whether tho Porter Crow has returned from great Mississippi Valley will not be and, Lexington. Mr. Jake inundated as never before since the Embry accompanied him. Miss Helen advent of white settlers along Its bunks. Hocker will leave In a few days for Lebanon, where she will visit Mrs. H. Klch-olasvll- le Ayers Hair LIVERY, FEED AND BALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, llnrM- - B. G. FOX, time .tl ali aenl for the t.owry Grass Binding Twine, ana. lar.lTMltot hiiidle v!A:nn:s IS A cheap atfleBectlreWrel 1 ine reul.r klnl, worth of whb U I will alJ srruss h. akd bepaiss. Ky Call on me and I "III aare you money for tl at all and Mute ccn.tantly nn h mil and J Ml IU"ll,luraernile A. 8. PRICE, vigor H Wrttm Im lh I Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Va? fend them to Till: .a'UiXJEUUV flft ! KY J. X. SUTTON, Umlortnlcor, - Hutonville.- - Kentucky Offleeof.r Mrllobertj' Pnif Slora In the Owaley llulldlnc OSerhleeirh:ee.to the people ofWeel Utrola and Ceney cuunllea lullalmk vl toitln.aad eta alway.on hanJ L S. Carpenter. Uasaier. La. will surely restore color to gray hair: and it uill also give your hair all the ealth and gloss of early life. Do not allow the falling of your hair to threaten you iongerwith baldness. Do not be annoyed lth dandruff. We Mill send you our book on the Hair and Scalp, free upon request. IIROKEN BICVCEES ll.S ILI.G 1 1 I K( H , HAS No II T .ir4 St Ml I1 Mason Hotel MILS. U D HATIMWCTION til AltANTFFIl IjincuNtcr, MIMlON, l'lot.. : Kentucky. first-clas- s. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Soamstross. Plain and Fa.hlonulile hewing Cutting --and Water Work. I Fitting a Newly furnished, clean beds; aplcndad Porter. Everything table. !l meet all trains. If ynu Jo not ohtalu all the benefrom the me of fit. 9iu the t Uor, write the doetor about It. 1'roh.bly there U ..ime rilrfleultr yoor aeneral .T.iem whb with roar be eatlly removed AJdre... lilt. J (' ATIK. Lowell. Doctor. Nut, W. Drye. NOTICE OF SALE. public auction to the hUlie.1 l::fzi The hhm AOCIDE1TT Of Spring" I FIRE, LIFE &c TO THE FARMERS All nation, are learning tilt ! teou Implc-inctit- H ONbornc Fnnu Succeed : laOTnsvniT-- IX MEMORY OF MRS. N. C. POWELL. ROVAl 1MUMO POWDM COL, WW VOAK. On the morning of May 11, 135)9, death came Into our midst and gatherHe Compaaj, lhtul ed that precious jewel, Aunt Nan Powell, as she was familiarly known to all. Of Lexington, Ky. She was a daughter of Elder Sandy E- Jones, andaslsterof Elder A. B.Jones, Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. of Liberty, Mo. Her work on earth Is finished and VTt Pay While Teu lire. she has gone to a better world to reOld Line Companies Pay When Yen Sis. ceive the crown awarded to the faithful. Her life was one of sacred devotion and a truer, better christian woman Dm JI.VI (l raid In Iltlrnr benefit.' Orer iuO.UOO llewrre and Surplus never lived. II IINFJ WEAKF.N, Loc.I Aifent,. So patient, so gentle, 60 good ! ! Her MAN. Secy., Stanford. Ky. A.SMITH.ltO 15 Lexington, Ky. whole life was spent for others and their pleasure was her joy. She was a faithful member of the Christian church and seemed by her actions to say, "Not my will, but Thine O Lord be done." To know her was to lovo her. For several years she had been In feeble health, but each Lord's day found ber In her placo and ready to do her duty. Although confined to her bed only a few days, in that time, heart trouble bad accomplished its work and she was taken from us. Five children are left to mourn the loss of a loving mother Mesdames J. A. Frye, J. B. Rout, Chas. Rice, and S. C. and William Powell. .. ..i...i. Her remains were taken to the family bJrylng ground, where after appropri ate remarks by Elder B. J. Plnkerton. they were consigned to their last rest ing place. eJ)fMptiwirinriBHM3iiilt!g "Dearest loved one, we have laid theo v In thv tmuceful irravt: s embrace, Tlio Favorite Line But thv memory will bo cherished Till we see thv neaveniy iace. Hern Hunt I will Mil at cunty derat Wainr.bunt, 9TII 1UYf Unmln. Slate ol Verdure and Flowers, while driving Uf JINK, K'J Kentucky, on the around In one of our easy riding ionow,n at I oMock r. M.. or thereaiuti. ineproperty ol on ae the property, which w..lled No Ht .atl.fy warraut AL M.II. UooihA ltroe to A ?tr5 taae. due aainil aald ! II (lxh llro . lor amounting the to United SUtea and all jU herein, au property conin oi ""'7 "' alnutin. 1 awry uo t ?.rr., ... Srew botitte, 40iw, Tot.a Ky., Tobacco Fader Tobacco l'n-I Tobacco KnlTe.. eet I'late.,'".Mold. com. Iund. of plete, I Toliacco Hablier and I i,ti.. .i.Mm t.it AfTotiacco Saika 14 I'rver. bo-i1 1 1 liil- - INSURANCE. aa.urlni; at all time llghu-e- l draft and Only the best companie represented. of repair alway 1?. lonae.l life A full Hue Something new lu Inquiries aolicltett. Sroour Hay Teddera MAI10NV, Agt, Stanford. K. II. thl .ecllou. FltANK IIOLTZCLAW Mauford. Ky l.m Where other, fall ni.t eapevlallv our HinTheir wf feellon I cred der, and Mower material that Ited to lielng- - built uf the AIm ldnir fllteHl with tho mouey can buy only perfect ltOLLF.lt HFAItlNUS In etl.t-euc- e. l't ul. i si.... .n.l line, n ll.ne. 2 liarreli, wrwutid. Leal tobacco .tnl ")und. TiAmto In und. prJre.i.Miwun.l Twlnl Tobacco and Wi Manufactured Toliatcu untaiuiel. Ca.li In hand. leruaof.-al- e ThU23ntday oIM.y. I' I I. AI.Hi:l Itli Pirl.lon, -- III nl.trlct, Ky ..iu Lincoln County National Bank. C.l!l. Suck, ructi-uo- r H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stankoku, Ky., Ih Receiving; liln IOO,(rW. !". f. to Tht and unJer uiui ouIy lor 7V l Trut Omiianj iuinrnitnt nntlou tUok 'r. OPTIONS ON FARtiS WANTED laMjiddna u I wmild like to tt.n tuition I" i Ivnu In Llncidn Countv " ! Traps, ITmhI farm iibd Imrtleu- - Surreys, Runabouts, : go In comfort Solioits Your Bank Account, MltlCTKllS. - Spring & Iloplng-u- butineM relation, wllllproi nuiliial-l- Suitmicr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed., Give Him a Call. I1III.WI When Does Your Horse will ahou hi in for sOc. Iluikboards, Ac , you can and pleaeuro. Our superb date Curriaire are a thoee who enior tlrlvinc in You Need Your llussv or .i.u Iteinlreil fort. They are of aiiicrlor Imir In uitiid I cull do It K""' un(1 tmlsite tlnlau. dolt rli cup. lrl?vr. ivy 'Jl I.A.Mt.UAr'; Iku.Mi1 ant pleaunt stock of up-t- n temptation to style and com make and ex- - J.J J. H. lie. ley, William., UllllaiuliuNh, .Sr..- A. W. Carpenter, W. II. IUUIUDI, NeeilMioelngr If m tiring lilra to me. Material ha udvnncrd hut I B. K. Opp. Wearen Court-Houc, tc Son, J. - l.ynn, S II. J. F.Ca.h, J. II. Owilef. UtTlCUUr b. II. Shank. I'n.ldrtiii J.C.cCLiAy J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. Stanford, Ky. J.ll. Oe.ley.l'aihler, W. M. ttrla.it. Awl. Ca.lil.r. x at lluntoiivllle OF STANIOKH, KY. You take jour Wheat and t'orii to MorrU The dadllni; la a Fred's ExehaiiRo In Wm. Iiaughem'a alioji oomiiiodloun nrlvalelt. frame liiillillne of 10 iihiiiih. In and Kt In excliuiigo I'lour and In Stanford Surrhi, J17.3:0 lot con- CiylUl S'.cck 5100,000. i..i v.ui run also Imv Flour. Mtul rlilp- - reitMitialilv "' repilr nlillu The 10 acre of eplendid laud atutr. Ilruu. Chicken Ft ed. Ac. rliear at. tain Thlaln.tliutlon originally e.tabll.he.1 ai the l I. convenient an good and there rt my place than any where in town tiithn leldtnceii No cM'ni Tlierul.no po.lt lUnk ot Stanford )n IS, thcu rexrsaniied ai my exeliaiiRB will I I U all I auk. In and t pledKe lllwr-- preltltr or mnrecoiiteiileiit homehud Central u cood thing for furinvn In It the National Hank ofSlantord In IMS andafalc cuu lie u Iventiii k trainactlon. and full welglit Mi roimI Fur furlliirand luiitatu rail on J Cook particular l'l liner imiitr rorue from lludder.ir lluloiivllle. orti II Cooper, Planforil 1'J reurginlie.1 aa the drat National Hank of Stanford . aiiMtiu- - i ur.i. .MIIMiiidarellr.t-1'lusHIn las2, uaa had pradlially an uninterrupted eil.l The Cook property laolTer-Ifiiraalll-1 al Just Like a Mill. Pretty Home For Sale. FIRST NATIONAL BANK jtfpSf UNDEETAKEE! And Dealer In CHICAGO. Train n MorniiiK anil Kvening from ion Station, lOtli and Kroadway. Un- l u..tlr IIiia Munilrwl Ihillart KpwarJ fur anv caw of I'atarrli that uunot Iw iurt-- 1 ly Hull. .. ,, Ol.rrli Orf. A n.t i ri' , iur.f ... I He. the uudf rlKiil. luveknuwn r J I'lirnry Hint's Till- - ami Ir ebrasku WijiTiVTki ix WliulfKile PruwiUia, Tolnlo.O rates to Ucousiu. Minnesota, Plug. WlolfWl A JUBMN, lVLlllU. and points in the far West, including Cal- jl.H lolJi,0. , IIHU a Uiailll l Hrr ! lan-ifornia, should addrt-n- . iuiri.u;i "V the f lirwrily ujwn the Iduo'l and iiiutu. urU jleui I'rlieTV r iwiue. riih dj i '" Frank J. iteed, Oen. I'ass. Agt , jl.U. Te.llmuuUl.fll'f K. II. Ilacon, Din. l'uss. Agt. iiau rauuir i ni.aie mr . bit IX nan. ami KUetH III lTlw!ly huHoriMv In all huainnt Imiimi ilum.Aiid nium ! ' (,r ill. HI J.illl.l.l ....., .,.., Stanford Female College, CLOSING KXEItCISES. Sunday, Juno J. 11 a. Monday, Juue 5, H v M. Wednesday. JutiuT, 8 f. sermon by Kev. 11. J, I'mkerton. Ait JMiihllion and reieitior.. M -- Annual voncen. by graduallng clasa anil co.iferring Thurxlay, June 8, b v m. encefor It yeara. It It better tupplleil now will laclllllea for trjmaclliiit bu.lnm. proiuplly and lib. erally than ererU lore lu Ha long aud honorablt career. Account, ot lullTlduala, lldut!arle,uriut aLdlnltTldualaaolUlled. HAENSSS, SADDLEEY, SrANKOKI). KY &C. l'aL'mer doirinir Information aliltt to urrr out any onnuuii nii'ie ny luwr klN Iiy . legree,. m . t, Chrlstiau Endeavor Convention, Charles II. Itockwell Traffic Mgr. Mich., July 5 to 10. The C. H. D. will make half rates for this con- ventlon. Tickets uood going July 3 to Good returning to and In- iludlng July 1". By depositing CO cents THE illh the joint agent, tickets may be wrcm QVQn 1!U' to AuL'Ust 15. From July 10 to IV. 11 Inclusive, sldo trip tickets at low rates will be sold to Northorq MIchU 1'ENETIIATF.S nil resorts and points In Canada, us EIGHT GREAT STATES far East as Quebec. Call on C. H. & D. agents for Information. tteatucky. Tennee.ee, Virginia, Georgia ma De-ol- W.1I. McDoel, Vieo.I'res.A Ocn. tSgt. Oyprcus Sliluglo". sSv ( I uiaacToat. J. W. Ilaydeu, Stanford F. Held, Lincoln Co J h. II. Ilausbuin, " S.T. llarrli, " T.f. Illll, J. S, Hocker, " ' W. A.Trlbble, Waltuii " W.l'. J, It Colller.Crab Orch'd M Iron Fcnee. M. J. Miller, Ml. VernoL D.KImore, btaufurd. YOU GET MORE In the Twhe-A.Wee- k Soutilem Railway A.C.SIMB, Metal Roofing. STANFORD. KY. orricaaa, J ,S. Hocker, l'realdeot; J. J.'Mcltoberta Ca.hl.r. A, A any other McKIdd.t At.l.tanlCahler. iiullty audiuauilty Pr Ciiuiler Journal Iban in puhluheil-bo- th lu AS7 Kxhllaraiin, Mill Work. X04 TO FARMERS. furnl.hed ury time. All klud of Furniture and any piece or klud of llarneou want. Call on ! a I). 8. CAItl'K.NTF.lt, IIustomvii i.e. Kr. Oliver Chilled Flow aud ltcuilra. In tin) world. Malta Cultivator. Deerlug Itoll uud Hall Hearing Hinder. I leering Itoll and Hull Heurlux Mower. Mo)cr Huckbourd and lludKl"', Uarduu Flow und Double rliovela. Will pay market price fctr Wool. Hack PaperN One Venr For 50 CcutH. S'l North aud South Carolina. Alabama, MlwlMlppl." m SI'AIN'H Mr It. llilKATr-V- Through Sleeping Cars litwt'u Louisville am' the South. THREE DAILY Vf. A. TUHK, O. W. TRAINS Bacb way between Uiul.rllle and Leilogtot Washington, Ann lit a kuowathat It turea lifer aud kidney trouble, purllin the bloud, tune, up the loiuaiu, new (Ireuilieut th neriea, pma liu, nitvc audImmIy. and uruuu of the id lull. irmjk. Hri.lur alllui rou need It. Krerr gujiautet!, only wjieiiia. ooiu uy iruuy, i'iuf. l'.tlllrla. of llarieloua. Spain, apeud. wlulrrfat AUeu. b. t Weak uaiirnhad iauv aeterajialn. lu ttietaik of till hewt llu utluil hlifirk lllttera, America a ureaie.i uiuuu ana He uri S...VM iiiumIv. all ialn ain lrlt him. IliU Kraud weJUIiia la what hi. umutrr need! All 111. r MIKI. sfPlW Something Spnrkllujj Kefreshing our comes from I't The 'Iwlce. Meek Ciurlrr Journil I. the ciiialofiuany dalllra.aud Hi mrlur of all other paiiri. 11 prluta luoie real uewa, mure guo.1 il.u uiattei,iuoieK,latoilea Ihau any other, lulled llelnelay andaitiirliy euiuiululou lu .ui'leco,. Ireevu applltailou IWlu aiieuta. to , CO., Uul.rlHe, Ky, COUIIIKIt JOlltS Soda Fountain On every turn of the valve, HyhU.rraiiiiueut You Can 11,1 lb Semi Weekly Interior Journah nd The .n You will s mn learn how delicious ckcli And allllne Chickens, of tho many drinks ue prepare is. l. II. TAYLOR, V. I. '" A.. A. O. i A Louisville. Ky Efforts art) being mudo to erect a Confederate monument lu the cemetery at Richmond. Penny's Drug Store. ton prices In I'Anii for liotuOutj Keulhur. Ducks, Uceae, tllu.uuK, yellow itnoi, lire wan. Turkei. all kinds. Copper, And you will soon learn that our soda Illdeaof lira, Iron and I is as pure aid wholesome as Perfect ma- lioiie. ftiei.inuviii'"'i".i..iiiii See me uud nt my Price befort. elll.iK and terials and great care can make it, eel iliot ca.h. Cull at my litwduarters. I win thiouiili ihUniht. pu.rin At I'.iiifu Oirlce. near Demit. Htuu. WJETTIEIID toiuv TWICE A WEEK COURIER Year JOURNAL ' ... ford, Ky, IlOIilNbON. Jl.'t Only sj,i,j5. ouly. All anh Oder luual U W. I' WALTON'.SrAKroao, Kr,