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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 9, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899060901_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 9, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 0. 189!) 10 A. M. HUSTONVILLE. CHURCHES AND XXVIII HEWS NO. 29 OFJHE VICINAGE. PREACHERS. LANCASTER. a practitloneor at Lawrcnceburtf, U dead. Uobcrt Kolley, while drunk, wm run over by n train at Uindon and killed. Mist Tyree, of I'ituburu, won tlio medal at tbe V. C. T V contest at Hurra. A dlpateh from Danville say that Capt Slono will carry Iluyto boond Ilr L. II. Crotloht, for ,10 year doubt A little child of J. II fell Into a 20 foot well, but was l'atc, of Web-mon- d, rescued unhurt. The London Koho show very plainly that the Commonwealth cot no how In the Wilton trial. I'lrointhoJ. II. Mcllrayer bulldlni: at Lawrencobunr cuuied u lo'to the occupanu of lt.,000. of Itobtuson's One of tlio employe clrcti foil from a Q. & (J. train near Nlcholatvlllc and wan fatally hurt. George Hoaton, brother of Frank (J. Hcaton, editor of the Columbia Sccta-tor- , wa drowned In UtioU' Creek whllo bathing. I'ot-olllc- e estublUhed: Xolaubur. Harlan county, J. C McKnlifhl, pot maotcrand l'lace, Knox county, M. H Hodco, Kentucky University will confer the degree of LI. I), on Gov. Hradloy.Oov. McMlllln. of Tonnem.ce, and Dr. Virgil Glbnor, of Now York. MU Carrie like, of Hryn Mawr, line been chosen to till the chair of French and German at Kentucky Unl verlty,mado vacant by the retaliation of Prof. KemKr. Ilv a match Igniting when an em ploye ttepped on It, Gcoriro Cogar' hemp home at Danville, came near being burned. Over 5,000 pound of hemp wi lost k It wan. Murthal G. C. Thompson, of Katt HerniUilt, laurel county, brought to Lexington, William anil Georjro Toy. lor, father and ton, and lodged them in jail for moonthlnlng. Mr. Kmlly Spalding, wlfu of W. It Spalding, the prominent merchant, and a titter of Judge Charle K. Klncatd, of the Cincinnati F.nqulrcr, died at Lebanon of a complication of dleae. A S. Harris, who thot and Vounded Chief of I'ollco Focney, at lllchmond, ha been held under 11.000 bond for thoollng, WOO bond for attainting Wolf Katz, and put under $2,000 to keep the peace. Deputy Marshal G. C. Thompson bo captured Craig Gragg, wanted In London, on felony charge. Gragg has erveil two term, la doipcraU) and thow. ed tight. If convicted he will go to the penitentiary for life. The court of appcat reverted the Judgment of tho Clay circuit court, ending Daniel Parker, of Manchester, to the penitentiary for toveti years for manslaughter, because of the admission of Incompetent evldonca. Tho residence of Hon. John Henry y Wilton at Harbourvllle burned night, most of tho content being lott. Tho loro of W. II. Mooro alo burned. Lo, Wilton, $5,000; Moa?3, 11,000; no Insurance. mi-llclo- ut Wed-nctda- potmator. 000. The "Invincible," of yourolty, will Itcv H S '.Imtneriiuri, the Episcoplay a return game hero Saturday. pal tnlnU'erni Heattyvillo, was drownMr. Thmnai Coppugc. of Van fiuren. ed uhtlu bulling. Ark , I Vlftlllnc Mist Murv Itnlni... Ilev. John O. Fee. Nl, fell anl seriLtMk. J. Sid AltnttM. who tin Imun nn ously injured himself. Whs one of tho tho lek for noveral day, I convales f (under s of tho Uerea College and built cent. .Mr, s. I). Yowoll. of Klktoii, the first house in tho town. spent several day with Mr. and Mr. Itev. Thnma Cooper win lined i'M More-lant. .m. l owed. Postmaster II. It. Cam-nlt- z for disturbing public Is conllned to hi bed with rheuma Iti'v. Cooper Interrupted another tism. Mlts Victoria Hlshon I sd.mkI. minister who did not prem-l- i the gospel Ing commencement week with relative according to hi notions. In Danvlllo. Miss Kathcrlne Haughman Tho Christian Sclen'lst aro In sesI filtering with erylpela, Mr. sion In this week, posing a Lllzabeth Lucy, who wa a teacher In martyrs, In all piobuliiilty, hecaue tho college hut term. Is spending n 'people persistently refuse to recognize wccK with Mr. Jennlo Carenter be- mom, either nselirlstuns or scientists. fore ho lme for her home In IlliSeveral Methodist bishops and other nois. Mis Mabel Taylor, who ha been distinguished church men are attend attending Mlsse Wilson ,t Not 111' Ing a big rally In Luuniulp, the object school In Danville, has returned. Mr. of whluh I to help raise 11,500,000. and Mr. J H Adam have taken which tho Southern Methodist church room opposite tho Weathcrford House Is seeking to secure by the Incoming of Mis Mary C. Carpenter I visiting In tho new century as ai'othiVntury Fund Pari. Dr. It A. Jones, of Liberty, to the causn of education. passed through here en routu to your Tho golden Jubilee of tin Trnpplst city, where ho ha located to practice Monastery at Gethrematie, Nelson dentistry. Dr. Kdward Alcorn Is in county. Is attended hIUi s)mp and Louisville. Miss Maitlo Dinwiddle, grandeur. Hundreds of priest and who has been In Florence. Alu., has layman from all over the country are returned. Mr. W. I). Hocker leave present. The most distinguished vlsl tomorrow for a visit with relatlyes In tor was Mgr. Murtlnelll, tbo Pope' Louisville. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Davis legato In the United States, who cele have rented Mis M. S. Logan' prop-ert- brated Pontitlcal ma-- s for the tlrst on Main Street. time In Kentucky. The life of these Trapplsi Monks Is onu of unceasing LAND AND STOCK."" rigidity. They never stoak save when absolutely necessary. They arisn at 2 The Lawrenceburg fair will be held A. M , spend six hours In devotion and Aug. K. P. Wood had u line steer to die elghtln manual labor of the hardest description. They eat no meat, living from eating clover. Dr. Clay, 2:1s, and valued at J1,00, oi thn vegetables they raUe on their thosuand of acres surrounding the foil dead at Colurabu, Ind. For sule, IK) acre of good land, either beautiful abbey. In ono or two parcel. Address box AN F.IMDKMIC- - There Is a newtpa I1M. p.'r starting epidemic now In it acute Pat Dunne has sold to John K. Mad. stage In Kentucky, and the Inevitable den tho good three-yeold, Approval, result must be that about n enr hence lor ,,ouo. there will be several person who will L. C. Kwlng, of the Parksvllle mill, have done more, work In the Interim has engaged several new cronsof wheat than In all tho previous portion of their at )) to tlic. llvi-s- , gained more experience and lost J. C. Durham bought 2i"j hog at 31c. more money. In some place thero may Smith A: Nell told :i00 sheep al 8J.T0. be condlllous which call for tho cslab' Adair .Newt. llshment of a newspaper, and when such W. H. Grllllth bought In llourbon 105 the easy a new venture may succeed uxjiort cattle, 1,175 ounds, nl 5c In time by dint of energy and perse Georgetown Time. verance. Out In most cases the promo K. P. Wood got back from Cincin ter of couttry newpajer arc doomed nati yeilerday, where ho sold a car to defeat and dlsupKlntmcnt. If u man load of lambs at 5 to 0.35. feels that be ha been "called" to the Powell A Hariier delivered to Me- - newspaper business, and can not resist Corraack A Myers their Iambs which the moving of tbo spirit, ho had betaveraged SO pound at 31c. ter look around and purchase some Lady In Hluo. owned bv a rod hot established organ. We havo reason to free sliver man, won a raeo at Latonla believe that about half the newspaper In Kentucky ure for sale, and ll Is bettho other day at odd of It) to 1. J. H. Gentry's Prosecutor and C. II. ter to risk doctoring ono of these deliGentry's Houet Itun each ran Inside of cate adults than to attempt to rear a newspaper Infant on wind, promise the money at Latonla thl weeic. (corse . Stuart, of Hourbon. old and delinquent subscriptions. Marlon 10,000 bushels of bluegrass seed, to be Falcon. delivered Sept. 1st, at 3.'ic. New. DaNCIMI. Hlthop Seymour said In Hon. D. L. Moore bought the John a sermon at Sprlnglleld, III.: "DancL. Cassell farm, consisting of 000 acre ing Is not Inherently evil, any more In Mercer, well Improved, paying 95V than money is, or the drama is or muwor-hlput d. Ko-itoy 1. ur 1 mm m After Saturday the Stone and Goebel men In this county, will (lnu the mail a Hard'n to trnvnl. Mr. Frank Mnrksbury came hoine from Louisville for vacation. Ho I progressing rapidly with hi studies. The race for the republican nomination I virtually between Dr. Hunter and Gov. Hradloy and tho nominee will not likely carry the full strength of the party. Our people aro confident that Miss Kllcno Hlutt will compare favorably with other, In the contest In your city on tho 10th, and they will not bo If she capture tlrst prize A prominent democrat In thl city offers to bet two to one that Stone will carry Garrard county and that Hatdln will go Into tho State convention nhead with Goebel third. Ho also offer to bet oven that Stone will bo the nomistir-prlt- Stanford Female College. WILLIAM 8 HELTON, President. Next Session Begins Sept. 4, '99. Dewey At Washington : lll be n Celebration grind allair, hut It Is no comparison lo the BY ! Elegant Line Displayed arc afloat of the coming marriage of two of our most popular and Inlluentlal people, but I am not authorized to give particulars. The groom has white hair and, although hi name Indicate It, ho not pros-iwctl1 nee. Humor SoMler and Sailer Intelligence. Tho transort Meadu ha arrived at New York with tlio Hth Infantry on lHurd from Porto Itlco. Tho reglmeut will bo sent at onco to the Philippine. Moro recruit wanted for tho Philippines. Tho recruiting ottlcer in Lexington ha jual received Instructions from tho war department to unllti a number of white men for Infantry cavalry aud artillery service In tho Philippine. These men will bu vent to Sin Francisco at once to connect with steamship tailing tho latter part of this month. Now I tho chance for you to make a trip around tho world. Thl opKriutilty will only last a low day uud men wanting to joiu should apply at tho recruiting olllce In Lexington, Ivy , or In Ashlund, or In Somerset, ul Henry Sallco. of Adair. old t.'CI worth of trawberrles from a bed .'10 by 70 feet, beside using all he ami bla family wanted. Tho Itichinomi Climax rciwrt talis o of 1,000 bushels of wheal al iwc; car load of hog at :ijc, heifer at 1.10 and lour mules for J.U,. Sales of 110 cattle. 1.400 to 1.600 acd very line, at."c, to go In July. 'Jl heif er for August at .'I.O and 00 e for $175 aro reortcu In tie Winchester Democrat. Al tho Klchmond stock pens Monday there woro fully l,o00 cattle," which ranged from I to 5c, ono bunch, which told by tho head, bringing a high a II cents. Sales were slow, however. About 000 sheep woro on tho market, selling from :ij Itegltter. th-emoun-tilnuwto-i- be, and often I abused. There are lascivious dance. So also aro thero lewd songs and improper plays, and vllo purKses to which money I put, but these aro not arguments ugalnti tho legitimate use of music or tbo drama, or money. So precisely with dancing; It comes under tho tamo category, and no ono can any moro consistently condemn dancing than ho cuu condemn money or music or tho dra- sic. It may ma." WlUk EYEI AUK MAIlll STIIOMI, Kpworth Icaguo convention, India lliio vi.iun miiducli'ur. tljt-- s ri'iuot'd and Kiunuiiilxd IliU or Miru vjm of any kind napoll. Ind., July 3. The C. II. & kHttllly and cured by tlie'u'.u of nutlicrluiul'a Kugle Kje talvu. It's put up D. lty. will maku a rate of one fare for SPAIN ni:iu. good going July 10-2- 1, l'nr the round-tri- p, n.l lili In tubt's. un.l told dii h giiuruntrv. Mr K I'. OllrU.of llin.lorii, Saln, lulrri al AlkfD. S. ('. Wak nrrtn lil ranwl ap ut I'iiiiiv'k Drug blon good returning to and Including July aln In tlioUilt of hit Iim.1. (Hi uilu I Irrlrlc Illtlrri, Amrrlca't grtitril lllil and David HIdor, who (terslsted In pay- 21. Hy depositing 50 cent with Joint Srrvo ll.turdy, all ImIu " lilt liliil II lira IhUtimuil lurJiclueUwhat lilimuutrj liwU.,lI ing attention to Mrs. Thompson, who agent, ticket may bo extended to und Amrriii liioulliat Ileum llrrr and kldnejr Irou was being sued for divorce, was taken Including Aug. 20. See C. 11. A D. lila. miriM. IliM lilfkhl. Kiiim Uli t)l .Uilll.ltl. itrtiitfthtn. the limn, uu llul, tlgor and lifw from her room In Hardin county by u agont for Information. lift liitovwry iiiUMle(nMt andurgaitorths lwlr. II wrat, lirnl ur ailing tou nrru ll. i.vrry luiut mob and after being tarred and fcuth-ereA r'ltltlirtr'l'l. UMJNUKlt liuarautml, uuljr ftuifiili. Sold by IVunjr, Pru. was placed astride a rail and Will ofteu (auw a borrlbU bum, Braid, Cut or llrulw. llurkltu'a Aruba Ibt bnt lu tbo Jolted around till ho was almost dead. ruiuiUy hal It. world, will kill tht lulu mid Two wull dretsed young men worked tmm Cum Old norm, I ir dora, Ulrrra, I'olU, tluu, THAT TllltOlllll.NII iu:.uAoit: Conn, all klu Krupltona. Hit iur ou tho German Insurance Hank of LouisDuly Wuuld ifil. a bui. Cunt guarautrrd, II jtoii uml ville, for 15,000 Monday. Tho catulor Mw IJla lulikljr Tlots jrau, of sunrtrs Dr. Klng't-l varili. l'tuuy,tl PruggiX. Nild by rillt. liuutand liavt pruvtlivlr malrhlwa uirrlt (or Kick ami Nrcruut was called up ovor tho tulephono by tho llraalwhrt. 'Ihtjr matt urt lluul ami M. FranoUfjuo Crotto, a Parisian of tbo Citizens Na- nlftnanj LulM ui jour luulth. Kuf tostrung supposed cashier lake tional Hank and asked If he could fur- Try thtui. Only ii ivnta. Muutjr back If Ho chemist, presents a report on tho euro rursU, iuM by l'tuuy, lni(gl of consumption, claiming to have cured m nish M,000 In currency of certain deTho Ulg 4' now mammoth engine, 1,000 hopeless cases and ottering to nominations. Jtccelvlng anatllrmatlvo anawer, ho said bo would send two men 70.'), ha reucbed Cincinnati. Itstartod cure 500 cases gratis In thl country. man went, got tho $5,-00- 0 a run of 1,001 mile from Nowport News The treatment Is by inhalation of for It. A NAIiKOW LhCAl'L. Thankful wor.l. wrilttu by Mn. .Vila ll llart.uf ir..lon, f l. "UaataWn wltti a hl rul.l whlth MMtlvl on mr lun,i totiiih wtln and finally tour Ihu'lors gate me lu Oun.iiiiiii'l.tn. iii, tarliul HiiiM Mis butt abuil llmr. I ga, niywll u. tu iuy iur, iMernilDr.1 If 1 could not nay villi my IrlruJ, un rarib, I would mti my almwtl unes abois. My luMultd waa adtlNnl to icl lr. King's Nssr I'ljwotvnr for Onuiuiitlon, Coiin. and I'olU lga II a trial, took lu all rltlit Uilllo ll hiarurrd nip. and lliauk (.il, I um aarM and not a wvll and bvallby woman.' Iiial bo!lli-- a fiv at ISiiny I'rug Mor. Itntular usa. aud (I Ituarauttvtl or I'tbv rvluudiHl. once. uui:atit they grazed. The many friends of Itev. U. N. aro glad to hear of bis prospect to be called to preach nt Owcnsboro and they feel that hi earnestness, zeal and superior attainment will give per-fesatisfaction. It Is thought here that there Is n. combination on between tho friends of two of tho candidates for goverdor, in order to capture tho convention on tho 17th. Thl may work well that day bjt the effect will be hurtful as most men abhor such a courso and oppose a two to ono combat In anything. Sijulro I. M. Myers I acting county judgo whllo Judge Burnside 1b al Dripping Springs. Senator Farrls ha returned from tho Bimetallic convention at Louisville, stronger la the faith than ever, having taken the hand and touched the bem of tho garment of the champion, taking In democratic doctrine by absorption. Tbo city council at it regular meet ing Monday night, agreed to advertise for bids for a franchise to establish water work in this city. Forty plugs at o0 each, or 12,000, will furnish the town and ll I claimed that 25 cents on each 1100 will pay the amount, tho rate then not exceeding tbo limit. The numerous advantages of such an enterprise having been published, many leading tux payers have petitioned the board to take this step, and success Is highly probable. Mr. K. P. Moritz, who has beeu qulto active In agitating the question, will likely get tho contract. Ho was hero Wednesday and appointed Mr. K. W. Harris to solicit private subscriptions for water. Tfiero Is a strong feeling here to di vide the Garrard delegation among the three candidate for governor, In pro portion to tho strength developed In tho county convention. This ha been done aud I appeal to every mau to know why it is not. tho only just and equitable way to settle tho matter. In the county a In tho Siato convention, tho victor should receive a majority of of all tbo vote. A plurality 'ote being recognized In tho county conventions, might finally defeat tho will of the majority in tho State convention. Tho county meeting create tho State meeting and the majority rulo should prevail In tho tlrst named a well as In the lust named. If H00 attend tho county convention, 125 of whom arc favora ble to one candidate, 100 to another and 75 to another. It would bo tlio grossest Injustice to Instruct tho entlru ueiegation tor tuo man who get i vote, when thero are 175 against him. Tho delegates are expected to represent tho voters, and In the case named, a man may be nominated when only about I of tho voter havo expressed for him. Let us do tho fair thing and give euch man his strength. Fat.1-con- poor. Two lino calve belonging 'to County Clerk J. M. Duncan, died suddenly, the symptom Indicating poison. It I thought that they ate some poisonous weed, though nothing known to be poisonous can bo found In tho lot where er Shirts All Goods Guaranteed. Fine Underwear, Good Socks, Full Dress Pekay Vests. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Up-to-da- te ! GLOBE. c i o t m i wr Men's, Boys' and Children's E Latest ci THE GLOBB, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. I 40 ". I SaroroerGoods 1 "W I I M Serge and Luster Coats, Beautiful Soft Shirts, IVettr I'at'erns In endless variety, from 50c to 1 1 50. White and fancy M SILK PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS 1 i Til Straw Hats For nil c ae. Price 10c to 2. 85TTEKMS CASH. H. J. M'ROBERTS. Iron Fence. ( I 'Si Cypress Shingles. A. C.SfflE, Metal Koofiiwr. ( STANFORD, KY. .V1j ffSxV Khllaralin,', , liH - Work. . Something: Sparkling Befresi ing our comes from Soda Fountain On every turn of the valve ! mSit Jam 'IHB You will soon learn how tlclieloiH of the tunny drinks we prepare is. U e.cli And you will soon Irani that our sod pure and wholesome us pcrfwt material and great care can male it. bls, lt Tho two to Chicago with 77 loaded freight cur. and skipped. Tho men proved to bo Frod Frleden-holm- Then It will havo completed tho longand John Parker and woro ar- est run on record, cither by freight or rested In Cincinnati. Half of tho mon- passenger engine with tho heaviest ey was recovered and one of the men train that any locomotive ha ever pulled for any distance. Tho bare engine confcsod. weigh 185,000 Kunds aud tbo wator At Dallas, Texas, Cbarle,MoMurray tank has a capacity of 0,000 gallon. shot to death Prof. Charles Ledbettur, Tho U. S. government ha adopted who killed the former' father In March standard lime in all of Its colonic. last, for or maldo-hy- de vapor. THK tAHI.X. KINU t or ALL UIHD. It noted (or lu kuen klgbt, clear and dl tlnci vision. So ure tboso persons who use Sutherland' KiwleK)u balvofor weak uyec. ttyet, tore ) i of auy kind or gruuululed llu. Sold at IVuny't at 2 cenU, t Burning Negroes in Georgia does not seem to have much etTcct. There havo boon four criminal assault on white women In a week. m Editor Walton, of tho Stanford l.NTK- molt Juuhnal, announces his conclusion not to retire from journalism. Tbo readers of his Interesting paper aro to bo heartily congratulated upon this decision. For 25 years tbo INTKKIOK JouitN'AL has been a newspaper tno-- i dlum of great force and Influence under his management, lie has had convictions upon all subject and expressed them In a fearless and manly stylo. lie ha made some enemies, but tho rest of tho world ha admired hi in tbo more on that account. Ills paper ha been upright, newsy and Interesting. There are but few la Kentucky that can bo compared to it. We want more Walton on tho Kentucky pre. Owens-bor- o Messenger. IS Penny's Drug Store. Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS 4 trilnt tvtry week-dsy- , 3 train on Sunday. Pullman and Wsgnrr Sletpcr nn ul(ht tralui, Viibuld litter Car on da tralna. ss M the forerunuer to consumption, .lit. will cure It. aud lMl's elvt such strength to the luoin that a couvli or m cold will not settle there. Tweutj Uve ccutaat l'tuuy' Prujt Store. I ettalmircry wicker 4 tux m suniiy 3 fiVcttlbultd train. Standard and Compartment Slnplng Cart, fatlor Cart, and Cat Dining Car. s-- uy TO IUIIIIIIIDiII I? inUUUMrUUo t : -" Wr II P1UP1CH ufmMDU ; I I. i V t IVf I Frank Shutt, ono of tho best known ..Un In VoVipunrV. IP93- at night, and all day long I think of newspaper men In Paducab, Is dead. Thcrc wero i" death from heat and you. Cnmrri.man It. P. Bland Is critical SI additional prostration in iscw orn She Don't you think jou would get June 9. l899 ly 111 with cerebral conjestlon at Leba and vicinity Wednesday. Stanford. Ky.. your salary up to the marrying point Anff.wiln rialv. tho dramatla author quicker if you stopped thinking of me non, Mo. linn. Frederick O. l'rlnce, ono of the and theatrical manager, died suddenly In business hours and gave your rf hole WALTON. W. P. mind to your office duties? Somerrllle most prominent democrat politicians at Pari, of henrt trouble. of the country, Is dead. Grcytone, tho country cnt 01 mo Journal. up Chairman Johnston has calieu a meet- late s3. J. Tlldcn. Yonkert, N. Y., was Heard In Boston. TUB Louisville 11t works luclf we ing of the democratic Stato executive sold at auction for 1"1,500. Mr. De Hubb You tny you paid the point of acrtlnc though to LexingTuesday at Jako Faglcy, formerly a preacher, only SO cent for those shirts. You doubt H believe tho assertion, that committee for next hc.Te purchased them. You was given 12 years In tho Missouri shouldn't while Stone or Hardin can bo easily ton. should not encourage those manufaTh. Wmn cnuntv ffrand Jury has pjnitcntlary for train robbery. elected, Gocbel It too greatly handicturer. chamIndicted IH flre lnsurancecompanles for Statistic for the year ending May .11 capped by tho measure he has Mr. De Hubb Why not? should be nomina- conspiracy to maintain rates and sup- show that there wero .1,470 death and pioned to win, If he Mr. Do Hubb You must know by paper press competition. .1,21)1 births during the tlmo. the price that they are a product of ted. Thonatsomo len&th, tho All deals for a compromise In FrankWill Hill, who helped hi brother the perspiring system. N. Y. Weekly. tries to show what monstrous bills aro School lin county have been declared oft, and murder Mr. and Mr. Rufus Hubbard, tho MeChord bill, tho Chlnn Illtasfnl liinnmnrr. forces will fight was shot to death by an Alabama mob. Book bill and the Goebel Election bill. tho Gocbel and Hardin II i.ivKl a little faded flower suffered a Qro los of a wo have thought that It out to a finish at the county convenHis sweetheart won one Jy Augusta, Ga., While personally And many, many n lillssful hour much power tion June 17. quarter of a million. Tbo Uhronicio the MeChord bill gave too Next to hit heart It lay: Is If thn next Legislature Is democratic, newspaper ollico wa among mo uurucu. He kissed Its crumbling petals and railroad commission, and to the He loved It, unaware of the which, of courie It will be, Miss Mar The equalized value of tho property thcrelore dangerous, tho editor That from another fellow's hand SSiW.asS.CSO, nn It hod passed to the maiden fair. has only to put his car to tho garet Ingles, of Paris, well known la In the Stato foots up Tost e ror lncrcaro over tho assessor' figure of Chicago Dally News. pround or como In touch with tho peo-pi- this county, will bo a candidate the bill Is and enrolling clerk of the House. over $12,000,000. iir.n to find how popular catch. of tho voters The secretary of war has written now necessary a majority The government reports that there designate rapacity wore mined In this country In 15'JS, considers It to checkmate tho nothing Gov. Bradley asking blra to Is the name of a monument association, 219,S:ij,fl93 bushels of coal, an Increase of tho railroads. There Is G. A. U. post or municipality to which wrong about tho school bill, In fact It of 10 per cent, over 1SU7. necessary to prevent the ho dlslres one of the captured Spanish Tho tempcraturo In tho Salt Lake all right and against guns sent. valley has dropped down below tho trusts from putting a premium Since It Is foreordained that tte freezing point, covering tho ground education, while experience has alw-il!fl!ii.democrats are to win In Kentucky this with a white frost. Crops are killed. that the election law Is an honest fall, It's a pity we can't nave too satismost Indispensable to secure There wero 17 entries for the Grand Post man faction of silencing a bigger gun than Merchandise handicap amateur shoot vote and a fair count. The of theso the 22 calibre statesmen from Butler scores, Is away off If ho thinks any at Buffalo. None made straight gale. chamcounty. Louisville Times. being handicapped by a measures will hurt the man who I to bo Gov. Joseph D. Sayers, of Texas, nas An old time fiddler's contest pions them. They are In the Interest Goebel' sent a letter to tho governors of all tho held at Dycrsburg, Tenn., July i. It I of the masses and Senator old-timanly position on them has made him States and Territories, Inviting them expected to draw fully 1,000 friends, who arc going to to attend a conference to dlccuss legis- fiddlers from all parts of the country. thousands of president of tho Frank Thomp-osee that he is nominated and then lation against trusts and suggests a Pennsylvania P.ailroad Company, died prove that Editor Knott is neither a meeting at St. Louis Sept. 20. g of the citizens of at his borne near Philadelphia. He was A prophet nor the offspring of one. you in church this morn"I didn't Marion county denounced the reso 5S and began to serve his first railroad ing." The old summer coon 01 iu If " j iullon8 adopt:d by tho Taylor fac when 10. . In . "Didn't you? Why, I was there!" county republican con ven mond Pantacrapb ought to know, H. McBrlde, former postmaster of "Ah! I wasn't." Ally Sloper. does not know, that there Is n,llon Muyo7i i whlch Agricultural Geneva, Henderson county, was fined fact ho resemblance between the L.ougo r urcc rommi83OQer Moore was attacked An Apology. $100 and Sentenced to thrco months in . -- .i rinntlnn law.- 1 -- hero i None more than a bachelor can sea In an interview with the Lexington jail for charglrg an Illegal fco in a bin ana tneuouuci.".---'- How dear Is a little wife. a ia no force about the latter, it is Leader, Hon. D. G. Colson ays he And list that fond Idol shattered be. elections by would like to be judge of the London pension case. Baldwin, owner of the He stays single all bla life. measure to Insure honest Col. W. W. Philadelphia North American. requiring that the leading parties be circuit for one terra to get things In Lexington and Mavillo turnplke,ak-e- d representation In every election shape, Implying that Judge Eversole Is In collecting A lHacouraiilna Slsn. given for 110 guards to assist "How It your aon getting along with precinct. Under the old law the county not able to keep the bulldozers down. Circuit Judge Harbeson ha altoll. his literary work, Mr. Hocklngham?" Judge, if he was partisan, as in nearly Thfi Glasgow Times says that. Mrs. lowed 3S guards. "I don't believe he's inakm' much In tbe lltn uiairici. uo Wra. Jennings Bryan went to sleep on Mliniv every tuuuii . In the riot at Pari", Anna Gould, headway. Nobody ain't accused him of .1 , ,...., . . onnnlntpd his Political friend omnVlniTiiwiph o . ... - -WOO, MlV " do Catellane, placed herself atealln any of hit wrIUn'a from anyJw.m. UUBUaUU UCl Counters officers of tho election, ignoring the much w the aIscomflture 0f his nt thn hind of a Jeaneso Kovalcste body else, so I guest tbey can't amount altogether. That can not e'mtle dau,hter nuth, who eelzed tho procession and marched up and down to much." Chicago Dally Newa. democrats . . -- j which a 1,., 1.1. uone uuuer ms nnoViM law.. ive 1 ruicu . w the campus, shouting ArcMramndatlnv. John M. Atherton .t Co. and the She, (her first iroton I hare been Marlon County Distilling Company sold shut up In. boarding-schoo- l to long that an amend- graph, says he is for, with their plants to tho whisky trust for I feel very awkward and timid In comrequiring the election boaru to 4 bv Bryan fam ainnonoO. Mr. A. made special coo- - pany. I do not know what to do with ment ooe moro lhan the om- appoint those republicans election ,hrou h whom in facl) t became tract that his employees should bo re my hands. shall He I'll hold them for you. N. Y. cerathat the county committee ann tained by the trust. 111 j tnllnw Weekly. name. Keaa tne qui, "'" ""' Mrs. Belle Marshall Roloson, wlfo of warpADDITIONAL LOOAL. if changing your politics has not Colnmbas. a Chicago millionaire, and one of the Teacher Now. boy, who wat ed your good bense, you will ee that It Sale. Rev. ft. B. Mahony has leader of church and social circles la a good enactment. bought of Mrs. Sallle Johnson her there, committed suicide. No antwer. great- 1. .nniKwed to have been the cause. She we hope and believe we will home on Danville street and will Tbe man Teacher (promptlngly) While In Louisville. was born and reared for nn have to support Mr. Hardin clear ly Improve It. of that . The body of a deaf mute daughter Clan (readily) Broke the bank at governor, we can do so with a The long and unusually hot spell nm Davis, was sent home from Dan- - Monte Carlo. London Judy. If ho la nominated, and not conscience, seems to have spent lis force and it Is vlllo last Thursday evening and was have to eat crow as some of the demo- verv pleasant this morning with pros-pecAfter the Performance. burled tho same day. The girl nan "Now, that," cried Illggt, proudly, at cratic newspapers will have to do In of rale. attending the aylura for deaf hit daughter slopped torturing the been the event their man U not nominated. mutes and died of heart failure. piano, "It what I call a finished perCUCSHINO HOCK. B. K. Wcaren k We do not think Mr. Hardin the best Times. formance." man to nominate, nor the strongest by Son have French's rock crusher run"Thank Heaven!" replied Tomklnt. thousand votes, but we ning at W. F. McKlnney's and ylTRIMflAL MATTERS. a good many fervently. no IB out u aro breaking between eight and 10 rods .iinrcrofi nave never cuurcu that Kqnally Cnlttnir. Forty of the rtOO cases on the Chrisdemocrat or that ho Is corrupt or venal, dally, which Is being scatteirea on cast "Your olce," said the commanding mighty good fellow In Ma,0 Street. tian circuit court docket aro for diHa Is In fact a officer, "It decidedly rasping." Lll lin innl'l vorce. his way, but weuo noi miu " "Yet, tlr," replied tbe subordinate, In response to Inquiries from Io,t-ha- d Howard Sweeney, a widower of o., He this time for governor. He has O. H. Mrs. Aggie Gooch. a widow of 4:t, touching hit hat. "I Lave been out him take a rear master J. E. Florence, Lawyer and his chance. Let roughing It with a file of soldier all benefit that have were married yesterday. the synagogue while another Is Waddle, tells of the morning." Chicago Tribune. under the graded given the opportunity thathe failed to accrued to Somerset Mr. B. F. Holtzclaw, 37, and Miss ' school system, which has been a grand embrace. Susie J. Long, 21, were married at ' be adopted in William Long yesterday. that ";c;e and ought to G. A. Peyton bold to D. F. I.ogan 29 Hanna having demonstrated toW0, V V Triuiat and Mis Bright Bond, money is all powerful In Ohio politics hogs nt .1.30. people of Lawrencedurg, young by having his man nominated for gov- -j the court of appeals reversed the popularm A harrowing dispatch come from anu were raarrieu. oi.,.u.i preparing to take a rest from Boy)0 circuit court in three cases Milwaukee that Richard Mansfield lost ernor, Miss Flora Llllard, a society belle of his labors as a party boss, by going tolac.,nJSl lno Cincinnati Southern to Lawrenceburg, and Henry casseii, 01 his no-- o on the stago while playing told his close friends I comHi the road to pay a local school Europe. He has Cyrano. Harrodsburg, will bo married on the that he does not want to take charge'of- UlXt Tne jower court gave judgment 27th. the next presidential campaign, alleg- a(jan8t the road. Appellate court holds SLACK COW PEA. The six new cruiser authorized by Ing ill health as the reason, but thoithattho road U liable, but that the which I liiivo tlic Hluck Cow l',u for Mile, clearly that ajessraent must be made according to Congress aro to be named for Denver, Is thu outlli'.t 10 tnuluru and I In' must pro. real reason Is he realizes De Moines, Chattanooga, Galveston, Mile Ifntcr. Cun Iw i.oii up to tlio he Is looked upon as tho special cham- -' tbo b0hool revenue law. peck, middle of July 1'irouurt. 13c; Cleveland and Tacoma. 41)01 tier bushel, SI EnwiM K. 1'atti iimw, plonof the trust and combinations " Mr. II. G. Crutchtleld, tho clever Munrord, KjThe Somerset Telephone Company, prln- probably bo made tho dpSlMU nthe next campaign, and .ays a dispatch . now putt ng up pot young miller at McKlnney roller mill, wires for a line to Stanford, a now and Mis Molllo Hughes, tho handsome Home For that he might bo a heavy load for the and corporation Is being organized to es- - daughter of Mr. G. A. Hughes, were republican oaganlzatlon to carry. to Russell county, and married at hi residence yesieruay. Tho Cook property at llustouvlllu l offertablish a line dwelling U a ed for sale Secketaky LONO Is of tho opinion ' another Is erecting a lino from Crab Thov fitnrt llfo with tbo best wlshe ol commodious prlviiufy. Tbo of ID loom. In frumo building tho wiunQ subscriptions to tho nrehnrd to Bee Lick and Woodstock. many friends Including tho Interior reuMinably pood rep.ilr. wlillu the lot ih.r . ..non.nll td tViat Somerset Is already connected with Journal. 10 acr of splendid lund. The "- Uewey uomo iunu aro u diubi. . good and there U convenient the people are waiting to learn If tho numaldo. Monticello and all the bouth- No. 1 ehtern. There U no to the residence irettlernr more convenient home In Central gift will bo acceptablo to the admiral. ern and Western towns of Kentucky by veutugky and u buulii cum b bud In II. We suepect that he real reawn Is that telephone. Tor further particulars cull 011 J. II. Cook, Hustonvtlle, or 0. 11. CooHir, Htuuford. l'J sensible people, who have the money The board of commissioners of tho for such doings, have determined that Kentucky School for tho Deaf met TrVaT BKST Or THaTM ALL! I now and will not Dewey has enough Tuesday at the school, Commissioner take part In the silly performance of P. M. MoRobert tell u. Prof. greasing the fat sow. of the Alabama 6chool, Miss . .. !.-- . li . ,nnnan tutSft u .,f AnLranaaa kftnrutl .. 1 HE misnv BiMJrucji ijcugiui, .varuroiwr, vi wo 4iu..r rnONTHLYJAGAZINe nomination' and MU Susie Donegby, of Dacvlllo, running for the republican LOW KATES. for governor, 1 getting such a buldge wcro elected to All vacancies In tho nibllcal Assembly, Charlotto, N. C, Contains a complete novsl In every num. on tho boy that they will never catch (acuity. MU Ollvo Glovanuoll was Juno In uddlllou lou large iiuautlty of useful B. P. O. Elks, Grand Lodge, St. br. entertaining reading mutter. Mid up. Ho ha already 150 Instructed ejected assistant supervisor. Several nau mcir suianu Lou!, Juno ono faro for round .Va rontind ttorltm, trhieh are mo and a btrav county intrucwngior 0f tho employee vote I I sBj.eHaf lu iu( reader. him I heard from nearly every day. raUed for elllctent work, Including Trip. It should be In Southern Students' Conference Alio . tcrlpllou, H3.UO jK'r every household. Bub-- I Alas that a party, which ha a Stono Sccretaty S. W. Menefee, of Stanford. )cur. ouo faro round-triery town, to whom Agents wunteif lu Hie, N. 0., Juno and a Pratt, bbould turn them down for the must llberul Inducements will be ollcrtd. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. such a creatiiru a Taylor. rate to Buffalo, New York, 3. B. LIPriKCOTT C0MFANY, Putllitaeri, f Col. it. T. Mattox. a PHILAOCLPHIA. TllEltE will Iwno bloodshed at Manvia tho Queen & Crestyit, Junu 12 und chester. Tho Gutllng gun bettled that. banket;, Is dead at Atlanta. andWhUkey Vtbltt 1.1, with llberul tutuni limits, account Frank Owens, of Smltbvlllo, died cured si lioine villi. Col. William made u detachment of Mystic Hlirlnu. Ask out pain Hook nt tiar of eating green apple. Imperial Council llculsrs sent FREE. hi troop glvo uu exhibition of it from tho effect agent for particular. W. C. ltlnear-soDR. B.M WOOttlf CO.. Rev. W. II. Hick U being hunted and they Passenger Agent. awed foudUl Geueral work to tho c. 104 NorUi J'rj or feL went away determlued never to coiuo near Hawesvlllo for criminally assaultCURED with vrgrUM W. W. Wilson last week bought of rango of "that ttr crltMr." In ing tun young girls. Iteuitdlr. lluv cureil many thousand is 20 heifer at He building and loan association at Mos Bro., tailed hotMltsa. Intel Hurgln Mewonger died and left THE dtJS at least two third, of all symptoms rvmov Wincheiler, with $'178,000 of stock, ha for July delivery. Mt. Sterling even 1. Testimonials and TIM OATS trratiuent llw. nolgu It wasn't It was nacen.ary to decided to liquidate. blck. Dtt. g. B. CRIIJI'I (Oil, Uot K, Atlanta, Ua. public know let the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL POLITICIANS AND P0LT1CS. Jona I'rcston, colored, wns hanged at Westchester, Pa., for killing his Jt (paislonately) You are In my thought, all tin time. I dream of you Home flrHiil Ailvlrr. BRING THIS PAPER WITH YOU. We do not advrrtite a brKln that we cannot sire, nor do we nuke any abortion that we are unab 0 to prove, with good and price.. Ilelow you will lln.l our - ' SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK. Pick Ihctn ont,bting thl apcr nloug, and you will find the bargains we nlve you not all In Printer's Ink. 1 lVlen S IrailbS In SatlneM and Kcrwyn. lllaoktml I'nlr line Stripe. Till week only. KQfi BOYS' Sill rVOOl IJeans Pants Threnniirln lh,tM" woU Knee length, only. ,!,,,,0 s,t,c,,y "" K0"'- - IQp QOp littli: Near Silk Un- derskirts. Lidle- Any Underskirt In Near llk. IVtc.lino ..- -"' dem-onstrat- Linen Dress Skirts Ilright DonKl 4 AIrS 49c fcllppcrsa low latent Tlp.Slioet. from 75c, up. . 15a le Men S bnirtS ftr.Men' or etlllfwnt, With or without While or Fancy lUlIn.. collr;lt QOp Tan il.oe. VeHlng'.Tops, l.2n.-Yii- B n, Our Carpet and Matting Stock contains several !eranant,wc ate anxious to maas-raelttn- te c!oe out at any price . Don't forget that we have no c inpclilio:i in Ladles' Trimmed llatnd bailors this line Our slock is again replenished In All mail orders will receive prompt attention, and will be f uwirded on first g train after order ii receirrd. I"- ..!... ...ji . The ' Louisville Store. The Cheat et liotue In To'n T.I). 11AXEY, Manager lUrda-town- ... , Branch torts at Elliabetlitown.JKlkton, Owen.boro, fihelbrvllle, Versailles, Tenn. Hopklnsville, Madlsonville, Mnrganfield. (leorcclown Ky,, t'larkr-Tlle- , lth ts rg Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, And all kinds of FAIIMINU IMI'I.KMKNTS. Tlt-HI- tt. 1 i- 1 "j , W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. Just Think A. E. GIBBONS, We alio hang Wall Taper at 5c r roll bv thu nio-- Of It v per roll lo select A largo assortment of good Wall l'aper at 4c, 5c, 0c, 7c and fiom :ii;iliu store uf 1 Danville, ev. t coiiiprle tu mull and carry erylthlng in the Paint, Glass and Brush Business. l'iclurc Framed to order on short notice In latest styles, (five in a call and eco how you can suvu money. Xii.Hl MalnSl , Danville, Ky. Telephone No. I'.M. lr - -- Prttty Sale. con-tul- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. Tho palntlnit season I here. We wish to call your attention to the fact that we keep the Itest Heady Mixed Taints, Oils, Varnlshe, limbics, JiC., In thu market. 1 11 TOILET ARTICLES Ac, te ! Queen & crescent 20-2- 0. a.k.u. 1 ...., IJPKNCOn'? Our lino of Toilet Article, such as Toath Ilrushei. Hair llrufches, Comb., Soaps, and of the very belt quality. I complete, carefully comiKiund'M from the Turrit and llest drug ub PRESCRIPTIONS lalnable. lViccs reasonable. Wu solicit your patronage. CRAIG f f o q g O & HOOKER. f oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 20-2- 2, 10-2- p. White Lead, Linseed Heady Mixed Taints for all Tarpon fiold for tl o Oil, o q O A' woll-kuo- One-hal- n, on Wall Paper and Alabastine LOWIST CASH Trice. DROPSY o W. B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, E. C. Mils. III. ItOIIIUtT Melissa Hah. continues very Kv., - Junk fovcr. 9, 1899 .Miss Waltox, Humnixj Manaoi:h. Soda Watch, lea cold, pure ami most refreshing ut l'cnny 'n Drntf Store. Tin: l)ot imilcrlnlit combined with care, skill anil accuracy Insure good results. No other methods aro ever used In our proscription work, l'cnny' Drugstore. PERSONAUND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Itr.V. W.'M. HitlTT spent sovcrnl day In Alius Ni'.t.i.in Dillon', of Lancaster, with Mr. Muttlo Nevlus. Mihs l'r.Aiit.Coi.t.ir.u.ot Crab Orchard, I with Mix Itouluh Carton. BaM ItUl'LKV, of Boyle, spcntsevoral days with his uncle, il. C. Ituploy. Allts. J. C. ItKlNHAitT and ton, Harry, vUltcd her utrcnt In Dunvlllu. J. A. ItlCKBltT, laic of Crab Orchard, has moved to Kansas City, Mo., to reside. AIUkHHS. J. F. lloi.tiAM and J. S. Owsley, Jr., spent Wednesday In In Lou-lavill- e. Alltrt. N'ANNIK II. Wo.NKli and daugh- ter, Airs. Mary Alexander, uro both very III. Alius JOSHl'lll.N'B Oiiison, of Wil liamsburg, tbu guest of Ml Katie Merhon. Gait. Hun AIcOhaw's pretty oaugh-te- r, Allta Dena, graduated at Caldwell College this week. 1 I'.UtMKIt II. C. IlAUnilMAN'and wife, of the Weal End, acnt several day with relatives bore. 1)11. It. A. JONI'.S ha arrived and opened hi dental office over Hlggins AIcKInuey's store. V- WltluilT spent several W, Porrln, and wen1 to Lancaster to visit. Alius "Dot" Camnitz, of Huston-Ulll spending commencement week with Alls Alary Pennington. Aliss ALMA day with Mr. J. e, Allt. AM) MlCS. IICMI'llltBY H.XLLOV, of Lancaster, wcro at Klder Joseph Ballou'a during the commencement. Mlt. J. H. AlAKTIS, suerlntendentof bridges on the Knoxvlllc branch of the L. V N., has moved hi family to Lebanon. Mips Ouja (5 ANN la visiting tive coln, In Lincoln. John Hunn, la with friends here. relaof Lin- Adair News. Aliih. W. K. Smith, of Clifton Forge, Va., and her pretty baby, Margaret Karle, arc visiting her mother, Air. A. A. AlcKlnney. Miss AIaiiV l'OWKLL bus returned from a vlalt to Klder C. E. Powell and wife at Lancaster. Air. Powell came home with her and Is her guest. Mlt. AND AlHS. W. E. Cl.KI.AND, of Mercer, and Airs. II. L. Stephens, of Booneshoro, wcro hero to seo Altss Louise Kaslland graduate last night. PitOK. W. J. CltAlu left for bis homo at Knsor, Davlets county, Wednesday. HI brother, Hardin Craig, who ha been visiting here, returned with him. Mlt. AND AlltS. J. V. IlASTIN, Of Pittsburg, attended thu commencement exercises of Stanford Peinalo College, In which their little daughter took part. Tht 100th anniversary of the establishing of an Episcopal church In Lexington and the 50th anniversary of the bulAlng of Christ Church Cathedral was celebrated at Lexington, Sunday. Ulshop T. U. Dudley preached u sermon. ItKKBitltiXd to her picture In this paHr recently, the Richmond Keglater Carpenter: She Is says of AllasTovl as accomplished a she Is beautiful and her friends confidently believe sho will win thu elocutionary contest 11 Stanford on June 111. SkNatohG. T. Fauhis, of Lancaster, was hero Wednesday, wearing a Coebel pin and asserting that Garrard will go for his favorite. The Senator olltlc over there and Is u Mwer In when he put tils shoulder to the wheel for 11 friend, tho old thing generally goes. Aliss Ida AIaV Adams, of Alt. Vernon, one of tho gruduate of Culdwoll o College, Danville, read a highly essay on "Know Thyself." This accomplished young lady will represent her town In tho elocutionary contest here, Juno 10. Sho Is, now with All Stella AlcClary. Mil. Jons B. Ciib.n'AL'LT, of .Madison, was hero Wednesday. He bus made a most active canvass for State auditor and If Illness for tho portion and all for anything, he around elovorness-gwill not have mudo It In vain. HI friends say ho Is as turo for tho nomination a ho can bo. Pilot. M. O. Winfhkv and his pretty wlfo liuvo gono to Glasgow for tho summer. Tho trustee wcro so well pleiued with tho professor' work a principal of tho public school that thev re.olccted him unanimously for unotu- or aoton, which will begin about Sept. 1. Airs. Al. J, Cochran wu chos en llrst ucslslunt to thu principal. Pkok. J. W. Davis, wliobuasocla ted hlmsulf with Klder II. J. Plnkerton In thu conduct of tho Central Christian College ut Huslonvllle, hu been at tho head of Tomplo Hill Normal School In Uarren county for threo years, and I sub! to bo a tine educutor. Ho wus hero yesterday and left un order for catacred-Itabl- TUB third Cooper,' ..,........T...L..J iuoStella Hill....fc-.ui.i.m.Nklmb D1U.10N, of Lancaster, captain, mot defeat at the hands of a nPek I with friend here. Hu.tonvlllc base ball club h,re yecr- Splndler-M- le' Mlt. JOSKI'I! It. MCCI.AKY, Who U K day afternoon by a score of L'O to 10. Mlnnln bine, Alary Hundley, Alarlo I , ycaHold.lt very III. HON. P. W. IlAHDlNwIllsueak here Mnhony. Kate Walton Water, Joo- MlRHjRANDli'Kipcnt toveral dayt at 1:30 county court day, 12tb. and at pnlno uai'dun, Katlo Hastln. with MlttllcprloFlth. Essay "No poison lurks in earthen Huttonvlllo at night. Next day tho AlltH. S.C.TtfKIIKAHThas gono lo mugs, Wayncsburg democrats will bavo tho .Monteaglo for tho Summer. Hut golden cup aic filled opportunity of hearing him at l.'.'JO. Air. .Miss ANNIB Pknc-drugs. .Miss Anna DarsL has returned Hardin is a persuasive and clooucnt from tho Winchester CoIIppo. Piano Ad Astra. Grass Mlssc Vlr- .t. ....... win to "'"iglnlii fldurne, Sam Walton skvi:hanck itnthomo Arethuaa AlcAlistcr, from school lit Louisville for tho vaca side those who have not already mado Sollo AIcop M ' up their m nil. tlon. Lay Newly ;. Opened Doors Alls , ,, AlllH. J. W. PnituiN and children aro lMl,lf0 Hattlaml. A l'AHTY of young folks enjoyed a back from a vllt to her parents In delightful picnic ut Cook's Springs Keoltation "Wock o'Hagcs," Hans Garrard. Wednesday given by .Miss Isabella Gob' Miss AnnoDarst. Miss Sub Holt and Mrs. EUm Cra Halloy in honor of her lovely Chicago' K'V The Pust Can Nover bo vernro visiting relative In Aladlson Alls With Griggs. The other trIevfd. o the Present What it .May and Garrard. ladles present were AIlsse.OHvo Wood. M,M Sullle Glvens. Miss AIattib AIattingly, of sdii, of Kansas City, Fannie Shanks, I Song "If 1 was a Girl," Hrlstow-S.n- e U with her brother, Air. It. Jennie and .Marie Warren, Dudderur. Kate AlL. AIattingly. Essay Diving Miss Lena Urlllln. corn and Esther Durch. The fortunate Song-- "If 1 were .Missus Kva and AlAitUAiiirr IIailky gentlemen were .Messrs l M a Dov," Hristow- and Joseph IJalley, of .Mercer, are with oris, It. G. Denny, O. T Lackey, Hur-- Ml K,t HW-A- IIss relatives here. !' vey Helm, W. W. Withers. W. s Stella AlcClary. .Miss I'LoitKNCK Davidson, of SomPolonaUe.GobbaRrts Allssc Ilurch and Scrgt. J. Henrv Jones, of' I'"1" erset, la visiting her sister. Mrs. C. L. Knoxvlllo. Airs. G. L Penny mud an Etu Ilel,u Cloyd, Linda .Miller, Myrtle Cniw, at AlcKlnney. oxcellent chaperone and the elegant I ,Iuhe'. Mary Philips. Allt. and Mils. T. A. Coultbh came lunch spread by Airs. A" of llu! c""ly wero well prepared Steele Uulley, up from Doyle last night to see Alls assisted by Airs. Alary Ilurch, was lu,d tt(Iinrhly read and cuch of the six Lena (irllila graduate. enjoyed as only good eatings can be 'ni',UllU-s wru favored not only with J NBVIN Cahtuh Is back from Jack- after drinking of the invigorating ,uany tlural offerings, but son county to attend the bedside or hli Cook's spring. Altogether It was aday j w,th na,"lome presents, fruits and brother, Eulll Carter, who I vorvslck to be treasured In sweetest memory. confectioneries. In addition to her AIisskh Daisy Hakman and Hoislo .Mies Anna excellent Uarst Aloorc, of Danville, ore with the .Misses STANI'OUD FEAIALE COLLEGE recited-- " Wock o'Dages" very sweetly Qd plaintively. Deck. Ilev. C. H. Neal Is also at Air. Tho songs of Little nsT twiifw ITS 31ST YKAIt Deck's. Sine Dudderur and Kit Huffman eliciLIANTLY LAVT NlUHT. .Mil. J. F. Gosnkll, of Grayson, can ted long and vociferous applause. dldato for State treasurer, was here hl. SWBITTUIHL OI1ADUATK-- , KKCKIVB Dr. Shelton delivered tho diplomas DIPLOMAS. yesterday becoming acquainted with with appropriate remarks, stating that tho sovereigns. Ho is said lo bo an ex Tin: third of the series of exhibitions while all of tho graduates had ttken cellcnt man by the peoplo of hi dis by tho Stanford Female College occur the prescribed course, Alls Eastland trlct, whoglvo him a very high en red Wednesday night, when Walton's hau tuken Latin In addition. Tho young dorsemcnl. Opera House was filled to the doors to ' KQi received their honor gracefully, TUB V. A. AI's are making big prep hear .Misses Ellen and Flora Ilallou's li1 exercise were pronounced at an arations for their reception this eve- classes la music and elocution recite. U"J "nl1 t,lu J'tar of tho college ning In honor of thu graduating In thu former three pianos wero used W'-e- d into memory, Tho college campus will bo th srrnu and In most cases there were three per- has been the most successful and the dramatis iwrsoum In addition formers to the instrument. Tho yeurut tho college for several. The eiw to the graduates will be tho belles and and grace with which they executed attendance has averaged over 100, beaux of town. has been no sickness and no tho most dlfllcult numbers showed the 'h0 Mls Louisk Eastland, who grad excellence of the instruction and tho Motion in the faculty, each member uated lust night has not In tho last six hard, patient work of the contributing a full quota to the general years missed a day at school, a roll call Tho elocutionary eJorts were also very success. Wo congratulate President or a recitation and has given her superior and proved that the' little la- - Wm Shelton und the faithful lady teachers more pleasuru than trouble. dies had a teacher, who Is thoroughly principal, Airs. Nannie S. Saufley, and Her joungcrlter, Aliss Evelyn, has comictcnt to teach the beautiful art. trust that when Sept. 1th rolls 'round not missed any of tho above In eight Tho program was as follows: tQey will be greeted with the largest year. Piano Overture-Hebrid- es, Mendel- - number of pupil ever een al tho .Myrtle Hughes, Linda Miller, tltutlon. LOCAL HAPPEWN6S. Jennie Lynn, Stella Ballou, Etta Belle ' We a,o K'ad to learn that Allsses Muttle Paxton, Ellen and Flora Ballou, Cloyd, Catherine Heaxley. ONLY engraver In town. Dalton. Concert ltecltatlon Since Bertlo ' wno have fl''cd their places so gratlfy- .Mason fruit Jars and jelly glasses at Bcgan the DeUartc, Etta Belle Cloyd, logly, will remain at tbo heads of their Heazley .V Carter', ' Virginia Pickett. Mattlo Mnnefpn. ' departments next session. Alls Eudora ) FitBSH tlsh and vegetables every Sat Linda Miller, Anno Darst, Alvlra Van - Axtell, who has given much satUfac- Arsdalc, Sarah Baughnun, Polly Trav - t,0D' Der friends will regret to know, ' urday ut Ed Hubbard's. will not return and thero is a posslblll lor, Janio Dawson, Lenna Hobbs FiiUIT Jars and Jelly Glasses In Piano- - Shenandoah, Webb. Mary ty that Alls Alary Hubbard, thoaccom abundnnce at Warren V Shanks'. Mcltoberu, Archie Elkln, Catherine pllshed art teucber, may not return. Huffman, Susan VanArsdule. Katie Wo sincerely hope, however, that sho k The Intkihoii Jouk Bastln, Alary VanArsdale. will as she has greatly endeared herself NAL Is only II a year cash. Remember ltecltatlon Angela Ilalnor. Virginia to all whom she has met, in addition to that. being a most excellent tea;ber. Bourne. Piano Valso Brlllantl. Tito Mattel. Roll ok Honok. Tho names of the IlltAINAItl) J: AllMsTHONH Fill) Silk Alllo Huffman, Archie Elkin, Alvlra pupil of Stanford Female College, who at skein to close. Severance VanArsdale. Susun VunArsdale, Sarah are on the roll of honor for the session Sons. ending Juno tith, are as follows: Stella Baughman, Katie Alershon. SlIltKDDKD whole wheat biscuits and ltecltatlon Tho Story Cuthie Told, AlcClary, Anna Darst, Lena Griffin, Grupc-Nutfood at Hlgglns .t AIcKIn Minnie Sine. Louise Eastland, Salllo Glvens, Sotie noy's. Piano Airs from II Trovatore, Ver- Alcorn. Evelyn Eastland, Alllo Luey Hull, Susan Vunarsdale, di, Arcthusu AlcAlistcr, Alary HundPl.lUSB leave tlowers for decorating ley, Sarah Baughman, Sotio Alcorn, Lucllo Cooper, Virginia Pickett, Carrie Odd Fellows' graves at A. C. Sine's Katlo Alershon, Mario Mubony. Frith, Katie Warren, Polly Traylor office Tucsduy morning. ltecltatlon Tho Church at Kehoe's Lenna Hobbs, Jaulo Dawson, Alary Hlgglns and Alary Alcltoberts. it. It. Hathawny, a prominent Owens-bor- Bar. Anna Darst. s ltecltatlon, Charley Sautley. business man, was found dead In TUB Lincoln Democrut made lis ut Piano Coming of Spring, Osten, his bed Wednesday at n hotel in Louisyesterday, Goodknlght .V Water, Alary Hlgglni, Josephine Hayden. Kato ville. Virginia Bourne, Alary Van- editors. FltBK- .- Drlng your tickets to mu and Water, Arsdale, .Minnie Sine, Alary AIcRob. Tub L. & N. will sell roucd-trl- p get a package euch of Wyandotte coda, tickets to Cincinnati over the K. C. starch and wash soda free. Georgo II. erts, Catherine Huffman, Arethusa I .AVi Illtm: Is down llh mnlnrlal Ciiicubn feed wheat for J. II. Uaughman .V Co. salu cheap, i I'lnno Entrnm.n de Konski-Ml.sos VnnAr,1'e. 'cnnlo Lynn, Ann. u.nh f!nr ri,,it,. Aii,a , 1 Bargains For Triis weeK only. riven' Drawer, at only All Calicoes, per yard, at Hoosler Cotton, per yard, T'lou Percale, per yard, Ht n,.vM Piano-Oookent- onc, 65c - -- Ac Aa . 10c 1 .... "'""""'" ... 10c;So,l3cperlb;l!.jstCoilO1l, Illg Cut In Summer Weight Clothing, .Men's and Ladles' Underwear. Men's Suits made to order at 15 per cent. dUcount. Arbucklcs' Coffee 10a Gillon, c. Thcss prlcet do not apply to merchants and will not be continued after this week. , Hwn.. J JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. Ite-guc- j ! THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gnllerv In Central ccntly eiiulripcd with the marvelous Anastlcmat Lenscn: Dm . ur VHH fdence. I wish to say to the Ladles that - I ThM now the most ill) 1 "ffmn. .intn,. l,..n nnr tl.n,v.r in nnii..l in uiiiivisi . .- ,.VM . I THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. Uatest Designs r) JVJouldiijgs received a large stock of the very Patterns never sold In this locality before - have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among the lot is tho Now French " mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, Embroidered Alan, French Water Odors, and all pictures that ro. quire a dainty frame When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo will save yon money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Offlcc, Danville, Ky. "Fleiir-De-I.is- cs-u- y. Itr.. cla. ' '"'t It is a Fact That two-thir- 'a of your life is spent in Your Shos on, ' s Then why not make that as comfortable" at posibte and wear shoes that suit your feet. We have them in Willow and Russia Cnlf, Vici and Patent Leather that are a combination of perfection in ' Style and Fit Widths from AA to EE. Twice-u-Wee- JOHN P. JONES. 2 Jis t it Van-ursdal- e, .vti e m j o Big Redaetion. WATCH THE FUIt FLY. Men' Percale Shirts at 25c, with or without collars. MenVShoes 85c, II, Jl 10andJ1.60 Alen's and Boy's Hats and Ca 15c Ladies' Slippers sizes 1 J to 2 at 25c and 60c. do-b- J j f? logues and all tho stationery necessary for tbo school. ltecltatlon A Horse Itace Fifty Intb- - Years Ago, Salllo Lynn. If you have trouble with your watch moil JouhnaL Is thu cheapest paper In ltecltatlon Aunt Sue, Catherine or clock, tuku It to Dalton and have it Kentucky. Tho prlco was reduced Huffman. lixed right. Dalton. mm Junu 1 and already about 100 now sub A Study In Draping, Class In PhysiBkl'Sskls carpet used in Christian scriber have taken advuntagu of It. cal Culture. church will bo sold publicly .Monday In s Piano Snakks. W. II. Vowels, a drum Alyrtlo Barber do Seville, Itosslnl, front of court-hous- o at 11 o'clock. Hughes, Etta Bello Cloyd, Alllo mer, killed two cow snakes, each about ALL AKCIKNT Odd Fellow aro corj six feet long, In front of Airs. G. W. Huffman, Catherine Beaziey, Stella as ho was driving from Dan Ballou, Alury Philips, Linda Miller, dlully Invited to participate with u in Tribblo' decorating tho grave of our deceased vllle. They wero up In a largo oak Stella Hill, Jcnulo Lynn. Ala Diisenbcrry and Her "Gear! " brothors Tuesday Juno 13th. Stanford tree. s In tho latter amusing after piece, Lodge I. O. O. F. TUB legislative precinct conventions Alls Salllo Lynn, who I qulto a little !. TllBitB wusutloat the end of tho will beheld ut 2 V. M. in each of tho actress, was grotesquely dressed as was voting places In tho county tomorrow her 15 gear!, and she Introduced them 9th inning between our club and tbo to numo delegate to tho convention to and their specialties to tbo audience in Crab Orchard Tuesday afternoon and be hold hero .Monday to namo a candl a most laughable way, The music, two moro inning had to be played bedate. lions. J. II. Miller and M. F. singing und recitation of tho "gearls" fore It could bo broken. Then It stood s, It) to 20 in favor of tho unbeaten North aro tho candidates. brought down tho house, as did tbo who aro prerarlng to cballenro of the five boy, True-hea- rt Tub Commencement exercise of lorformancc League Club. Bourne, John Beck, John Shank, tho Central University begin Sunday with Ed Halo and Guy Ballou, Tho whole Accident. Charlie Uphor, a 12- a sermon by Ilev. Thomas Cummins, of The time Is taken up with was a pleasing llnalo of an entertain wur old bov. who llea with Mrs. Ador Henderson. finish.1 at tho cheese fuitiry, had one of bis tho other exercises till 11 a. m. Wed uicnt, meritorious from start to At tbo commencement exercises lait lo,s cut utmost off yesterday afternoon nesduy, when the final one will bo hold nlht the Jam was terrltlo. With, un lb a mower. He stepped In front of it There aro 18 gruduate. ordinary seating capacity of 610 thero aid unthoughtedly struck tho horse HUHT. While Hubert Hanford,col. must have boon 700 or 800 In tho Opera aid fulled to get out of the way. Dr. orcd, wu whitewashing Penco k Per- - House, und It wu with dlflloulty thut'L. B. Cook and W. II. O'Bannou wero rln's coal bin the othor day, u train tho gruduuto und their usher reuehed culled, and although both bone wero struck thu ladder ho wu standing on thu stugo. Instead of boy a hereto nearly severed, will try to savu tbo und bo was glioti n hurd fall of 10 or fore young ladles ucted u Ushers and1 limb. s w uro Misses Salllo Lynn, Nancy New-lun12 feet, from which ho ha sulTcrcd In Tub manager of tho elocutionary teiuoly. It Is feared ho Is hurt interLinda .Miller, Lita Belle Cash, Et- contest, Messrs. E. II. Ileiuley und S. ta Bello Cloyd uud Alury II. Bohon. Kit nally. W. Alonefou, tell u that from inquiries Huffman und Alury Cooper Penny aud tho Interest shown lo other way Leaf correspondent of tho Cen Tub thu couple down either alslo and tral ltocord, who by tbo wuy la our remained on . tho stugo to tako tho over thu entertainment to bo held hero friend, C li. Kugleman, says: "Slnco favors to tho pretty graduate, who wero Juno lit, tho seating capacity of tho tho Interior Journal ha been reduced clad lu purest white und sat In semi- Opera House will bo taxed to it utto tho low prlco of 1 por year overy circle with Dr. Shelton in tho middle. most. Tho safest und surest way to body In thu land ought to nubscrlbo, Itov. S. AL Ilunkln invoked tho divine guard ugalntt having to stand, I to go for It was cheap enough at tho old blessing und tbo following program wa to Alultoberti' drug store and secure a scut. It will cost you but 75c. price, uud tbo best pupcr In tho state. observed: Farrls. Sunday at $1.25. At $1 n year tho Semi-Week- ly Fine Dress Goods, Sold for i ivc 35c to 50c; Now 15c. -- -- uari iiingiiam only DC Taney Silks for Waists, real value 50c to 75c, go at only 25c. 15 Ladies Sjirlng weight Jackets, good goods but out of stylo only, Alen's Pants 35c to ()Sc This is a great opportunity for merchants lo get good goods cheap, as we will sell you goods at about city prices one-hal- f 8 PS 11 J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. mmmmsmm$&&mwimLm2&mi Stan-ford- m pro-ced- ed HIGGINS & McKINNEY. nHEINTERIOR JOURNAL X'a'bUatliad.'T'ua aiajri avrvd. Xxlda,ra THK HOWAl.D-BAKK- K I'UKD. JOHN II. MILLER t a rnndldntr for Dm I.eglIMnrc. auhlect ti flf.i. n.ll..n v. .1... .l.h.A.K.1. - ..--rni,T . ... .... ii. it .. .in' .,-- in;.. .ill.- .. , FARM FOR SALE Pit TRADE. INTF.HBSTINO STATF.ME.VT OF ITS Ottf- UlN A.NU pitooimss. A .v I K-- fplrihlld farm of J1 rrr in VnuthNit Kanwa HON. 91. P. NORTH 20 mllM ftru the Ml..url tin. corrosiwndcnt nt Manchester hits Wrll W IIInwI Announce hi randldncv for reelection to iroo!! firmlni rounlry ttilikly afttlr-- l cm out aiPKll YJCVIC IN AUVANCT1J tho fiicil,tills statement of tbc cuuscs of the, office of lIeprei'ntntNe from the count) nnm.y Irriu.or iradi for hrm in ivntral Krna till ay an pay l," illitrranr In which Is brought to preslo of Lincoln, luhjrcl to llif notion of the, de-- n trad. (71) Aildrr lloa 4 SMtiMrJ, Ky ocracy IT Wbm not aopatdSS.BO will be chaired. ent notice by tho trials of the linkers, untlcr guard "' l,, State mllltlu. Tho filed in Clay county had its ori laaaaaaaaaaaaasssaw Y S. BEAZLEY, 1). U. &, v, gin more than half a century ago, and L.nucnritcr, Ky. through the existence of which there I1ENTIST, TIME is scarcely nn ncro within tho connty Teeth Extractod Without Pain I boundaries but what holds tho spot KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Sinn ford, With VltnlUrd Air. I'lljalclin In attend-Mic- e where somo member of a thrifty popu Mo. Arrrlreaatftantordat 01 4. M. lace shot from ambush nnd left to die Ky. Ofllcp In Hie New Thomion llull.llnj; f7 Stanford at Ho. t I to a. m. unattended, and in most instances, in PAT. No. 21 Arrlre at ltowland at 12 2 30 r. M. No. 24 Leate Stanford it Ignorance of tho Identity of his unseen DR. ifti. L. slayer. KHOXVILLEOIVISION. I'HYSIOIAX AND DKUOOIST, Tho chief Industry in Clay county In 12 02 p m the earlier decades of tho present cenHo. M Train going !nrlb . McKlNNICY, - KlCNTUCKV, Aim! (or Hi 2 41 1 m " ..I13UIU tury was tho manufacture of salt. In ....... " No. J " South......... O.H " " . ..W.1.' ni fact, until a few years before tho civil Walter A. Wood Machino Co., For illlTolnti. t'omioundrd Itar or rrcrlllon war before tho building of railroads fi nd itw wi I f.r I li i Night. uo.Rm BO'UIII TICKETS SOI.P. west and south the salt used in the IIAOOAOF. CIILCKF.D THHOUOIt. Lowry Grass Binding Twine, Virginias, the Carollnas, Kentucky, For nr Information enquire ol K tbrapand.tlrrUi.Mnd.Mwoithuf Tenncssco and ranch of that which width will JOE S. RICE, Agent, alnd. I alw lira. II Worth of lb. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE went to tho market in Ohlo.camo from Ing a powerful voice, ono that could bo CAIT. GF.OKGKGHEK.V blauford, Ky. Clay county. STABLE, 'rum one end to tho line to the Uachixz svrrLiis ai?d nzrAiss. Capt. George GTeTn" Is a native i.f FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Salt was manufactured almost exclu- Covington and was of U' ,h"r- - A,ter tho storing Call on in. and I will m you ruhi,. educated utGeorve DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. sively by two families, the Whites and town Cn1W fnr th ,,,lnUtrv At Trains leare Frankfort it 7 a. h. mil S 40 r. v., h... - lament, he was called to tho pas M J . Ml KHIV.Tura.iMlllf, Kr. llor- - mid llulr ccn.lintly on Imnd and Through this industry onnectlng it Georgetown with l A C. int reach. theGarrards. war tontteof the Mlddleburg Baptlstchureh for anlc nt nil tlmr. lag Parta at S 40 a. m. and i to r. x. Lear l'arla they amassed great wealth. With few opening of the Spanish-AmericM .conneclln 30 and is rilling thnt high calling with at atVlli.x(J andC.a.andP.reaching Frankfort (leera. A at 9.15 exceptions tho cutlro populace depend- ho volunteered his services and enlist town with u M. and 7: 10 r m. ed as a private in the ranks of Co M, credit to himself and hi constituency. A. 8. PRICE, JOSKPH It. NF.WTON. A. CI. V. A. ed upon one or tho other of these fami2d Ky. Vol. So highly esteemed was In December ho wa married to Miss lies for a livelihood. In this manner Surgeon ho that bo was ma Jo captain of tho Sue Coleman, the estimable daughter QUEEN & CRESCENT. tho heads of tho respective families be company. He Undortulcor, Dentist, acted major of his bat of (lev Thomas Coleman, an eminent iW?H Tratna pais Junction City aa followi: came tho leaders of a populace politi Kentucky Huitonville,- - iiurgin, nnu tuej now hvc rii a good deal of the time, he hav. talion ,12 02 p m No. 2 North41t pm No. I South Stauford, Ky. Mlddleburg .11M m "4 " H,8 " )Hin cally divided, and which they ruled 11 lb " ISIpio much after Ihe fashion by which tho No. OJrt httarTlM la U v'l. ofWr.1 U l cull ill in " 6 tlvtk oKotBmand Caal. Offltwot.r MclUWrU' Prtir Stor. In th Uwil.r and CaMf coantle. . ... 8 0.1pm "10 " " .C0atn HullJlnC- ataalwafaon hand Highland Chieftain controlled bis plea of Insanity. The jury disagreed Noa. I and 2 do not atop. 9 aid 10 run no fur t l, BCtrMn. Xlanartr. tner than Junction City Scottish subordinates two centuries and the case was continued until the OPTIONS ON FARMS I1ROKEN BICYCLES ! ago. coming October. Howard Is now out Send them to WANTED Aside from an occasional dllllculty on ball and Is helping tho Whites hold THK DASVIIJ.i: ifLl.Cil , HAM II.I.K, KY I ana il IIkk to takf option onpxxl f.irtna on election days there was no blood- tho town of Manchester against the No IU Third fel MIW. U D.SIMION, 1'ror.. In shed among these peoplo until in tho Baker faction. In this difficulty, Sher- lar I. In ol n Count? For term nnd particu VM. I.AMHllfAF addrtv.4 Ol AltANTEF.P. 40s. In 1843 Dr. Thomas Baker, iff B. T. White. Jr.. and his brother, Lancaster, i Kentucky. early 10 Krl.'t'r. Kr then a young roan, and the Intimate as- Will White took the side of Howard MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Newly furnished, clean beds; splendid sociate of Theophllus T. Garrard, who and made incendiary speeches nguinsij WllCll Yott Need i'orteri Everything table. The Seamstress. SW who Is known in the history of the toe liatccrs. In July last, Tom linker meet all trains. Your Husjfv or Wagon Kr paired Mexican war as Gen. Garrard, and who, and his brother Dee, met Will White brar In mind I can da It p mxi and I'liln and Fa.htonable dewing Cutting and uo it rneip. Fitting a HkvU1i Water Work M. now in his STth year, still lives and riding along the road. White drew a conducts his salt works in Clay county, revolver, but Tom Baker, who carried Docs Your Horse TO THE FARMERS ! Made from pure married the daughter of John White. an English rllle, was too quick for him, Nd Material ta admocrdhlrn to n. o cream of tartar. but I She was very beautiful and had been and White fell from his horse mortally will alioo lilm for 0c. given a splendid education by her rich wounded by a .r0 calibre dynamite ball. All nation, are learning till. leon &c father. About the same time John Baker never stopped, walking on with J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. food Bates, a wealthy young man, who was out even turning bis head in the dlrec- ImpleOsborne identified with the Whites In the man- tlon of his dying enemy. A lady living ' ments Succeed 3. JVLlll. ufacture of salt, married the elder sis- near tne scene ol tno tragedy ran to i Where other, fall nut eieclHy our HinVou tukr your Wiwt and Corn to Morrl, ter of Mrs. Dr. Baker. White's aid, but he was beyond human der and Mower Their perfection I. cred!it Afem baking powders arc the greatest IFrrda I.acliangeln Wrn Ilaughertt The two young couples became more power and died with his head In the t la s,anfor(i a3 Kt In exchange Flour and ited to being bulltnf the l.e.1 inatvrUI thnt eaiaacctstoheakhof the present day. AImi being lilted with the money can buy intimate than is usual In that moun woman's lap and a curse of Tom Baker Meal m can bI.o buy l'lour. Meal, Ship-..- .. only perfect UULLKIt HF.AHINdS In i .turf. Itrun. Cblckrn Feed, Ac. clieaier at wOtm. sajum eowta.1 CO., veaw. Only the best companies represented. tainous country. In ISI5 Dr. Baker be- on nis nps. awurlngal all time. Ilghteat draft and mhvrt, ln A lrla mj. Uce ,lmn anv A full line of reutlr alway came insanely Jealous of his wife and Inquiries solicited. 1". longest life For this Tom Baker and his brother I all I a.k. 1 believe my exchange will bo new In fee. our Hay Tedder for "lf'?e,V M,,d l,,,118 L"T Bates. Finally in a fit of rago ho de Dee, wero arrested and taken to Stan-- 1 "P"1 It. 11. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. Hit. Miction. Hal.il H Compinj, al transaction, I'KANK IUII.TZOLAW. serted her and went to Knoxvillo and ford for Tom was tried come front Iiuddernr'. Ix Kltrer Koller Stanford, ky MUItKIS FKEU. bsgan suit for divorce, but suddenly at Barbourvllle at the February term MIIU and are Of Lexington, Ky. withdrew it and returned to Manches- of court and given a life sentence. The I Lincoln County Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED ter, riding the distance horseback In court of appeals, howover, reversed two days. He galloped directly to the the case and Baker was a few days ago National Bank. Of Sprisg I C. Eajojisg The salt works, called Bates to tbc doorand released on $3,000 ball. We P7 WM1. You lire. Capital .toca,'lun,0'). shot him with an old fashioned "pep Together with his brother Deo atd Old List Companies Pay When 7on Sis. pistol. Bates died in great his son James, Tom Baker Is now com- Venliirt- - and Flowers, while driving HuKvwor to Tb Farnim Itank A Tru.l Conipanj " and under Mtu. iuanat.iu.nl tontinu agony, but in full consciousness, half pelled to answer to the eitcult court around in one of our easy riding The ouilr for ft Yean. CItert I50,0oo palJ In lit In lienrflu. an hour later. In his death throes ho for killing SVU-o- n Howard unu Burch Ov.r i0,0 ltrrT0 and turpi m Stanpokd, Kv., cursed Baker and authorized tho ex Storr and the Kouuding of old man Bal " II IINES . r. ..... ?y.. . Aj.nt ' r k f......... mart, WEAItKK. fitantoru, :ft. penditure of $10,000 from his estate to- Howard. Some ol ttto Howard have o.mi niiiwj Lexington, Ky. Is Receiving Ills Spring; & ward the capture and conviction of his sworn thul they will kill Tom Uakcr slayer. and Dee us sooj thpy cjnie lthri tt,e Summer Goods. Hoplnuch bualne. relation. wli;prot. niulual-This tragedy greatly excited the range of their ritler. Dn tiie other hen.netal aud pleaunu populace. Everywhere men men were hand, the Bakers declare tiiat tli.-Goods Warranted. HIlllXTIIlrt hunting ;for the fugitive Baker. The will protect their liv. t. Tne triHips rela- will doubtless prevent trouble, how. Fit Guaranteed. J J William., chase grew so warm that Baker's J.A. liw.I.r, (iu-rSr.,S tives and friends finally persuaded him ever. Give Him a Call. William A. t Carpenter, to give himself up. He was token back A. King Cook, of I'inevllle, 'was W, II. Cuiuuilc, to Manchester and put under tho pro- chosen as special judge in try the Bak j. i. i.ynn, t. ll.hhanta tection of Gen. Garrard and the follow ers at Manchester, whose cuses were J F. Caih, J. II. Owai.r. father, boon be bad an ex- called Wednesday. He married a sis ers of his Ol FlCKltiti : amining trial, and on being acquitted ter of Miss Annie Dishman, who went S. II. Shank., Prealilrnt; went with his brother to Knoxvillo. At to school here, and Is said to bo a lino J.H.Uw.lcy.l'aililer: W. M. HrUbt, Ant, Caobltr. the next term of circuit court the lawyer. grand jury Indicted Baker for tho mur Maj. Alien and a detachment of 'JO derof Bates. Believing that bo would soldiers went to Crane's Creek and again be acauitted, ho returned to brought tho Bakers ln Tuesday. Tho I'ncklio.trils, &e , you can go ln comfort FIRST NATIONAL BANK superb stock of Manchester for trial. Tho Whites pros- Bakers, aa by prearrangement, wero at and pleasure. Our atu a temptation up-t- o OF STANH)ltI, KY, date Carriage to ecuted him so vigorously that the jury the home of Jerry Collins. On the ar- those who cnlor drivinc In stvle nnd com. bo was rival of tho soldiers they found the fort. They are of mperior make nnd ex- - CJ.ltal Stock 1100,000. returned a verdict of guilty and Bnrphi, $17,323 taken a few days later to the scatTold Bakers surrounded by armed men who qutsile DlllaU. Tbla lu.lllutlon originally eatablUbed ai tb. ! and banged. This was In 1840. evidently feared a trick und did not pro 4))CrW1llllteHM!llilgiiai3t((a po.lt Hank ol Stanford In 1834, thru rrorgaulfrd at . A bitter enmity thus bred now ex- pose to be tuken by surprise. Tho Ba& B. K. tbi Kitlona) Hank ofStanlord ta lto audafalt The Favorite Lino isted between the Garrards and tho kers wero all armed with heavy 43 cal . ..H......I. ... Flnl National Hank ol Stanford Whltc and their respective followers, ,1 uik lure i,oita ruvoivurs, l.t.. cuuuu m Stanford, Ky. Opp. And Dealer in In Ml, hit had practically an uninterrupted .il,. nnd on through the G3 years which puoh on wheels. They were disarmhave passed slnco that fatal day, a ed and placed In the cump guard bouse. ence lor II yean. It It better aupplied sow wlti SAX.2TZSS, -- TOSADDLEEY, &C. bloody war, with occasional armistices Tho trial has begun and though lacllitlea for trauuetlug butlneaa proiuplly aud lib KTANFOHI), KV. trouble is feared there Is Utile danger has raged In Cluy county. erally than irer belui. In lit long and bouorablt In the fall of lb'JT it broke out afresh, of It. Trains Morning anil Kvcning from Unoareor. Atraiint. of tndlrlduali, nduilirlrt.Oriut tho precipitation being the county ion Station, 10th and Broadway. now'b nils' atd ln.llrllu.lt wllclle.1. election In November, when Anse BaHolUra Heward fur any Weott.rUnellundreil L'asKeiiern desiring information and ker and George Hall, a member of the caw i.l I'atarrli thai tauuot ii iuiei iy liana dihictoh. rales to Wisconsin. .Minnetota. .cbraliii White faction, had a pistol duel, in Catarrh Cure. ....... r J t;iir..r.i aun., i ruiv , iuieuo,ii. F, Held, IJncoln Co.) J, W, llayd.n, Stanford and points in tlio far West, Includlnt; CalWe, the undrlKUl, hate known V. J, t'lirnrr At the rnte of was badly wounded. Shortwhich Hall ifornia, should addruMi S.T, Ilarrlt, ' fur Ilia latl 13 rear., and tllet lilm perfettljr . II. lUubuan, ly after this cplsodo Hall's house was iinnnrjl.t. lu .11 builiie. iriout llou. and tliiam by their J. S. Hock.r, T.P. Illll, Frank J. Herd, Gen. Pass. Agt , burned. At tho following term of tho ally able to tarry out any ublltfatlou mad K. II. Hacon, DU. l'uss. Agt. circuit court An.e Baker was indicted WmtATkiax Wholeulo PtuiiUU, Tult.lo, t, W.l'. Walton " W.A.Trlbhla, " huleulo Hru- Walihmi. Kiinan a Min, for maliciously shooting Hull, and J no. glita, Tulrdo, O W.II. McDoel, Vice.l'res.& Gen. Mgr. J. 11 Colllar.Crah Orch'd M. J, Miller, Ml. Varnoa tateu luterually, llall'a Catarrh Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. Baker, bis brother, was Indicted for dlrettly tition tbeCure laauil niurou .iirlai1. aitliu blowl of Ihe M, P. El more, Dlauford. cases yitein. I The 7V pr bollU. hold by all I'rug- burning Hall's bouse. These ui- - T.tlinonIal. free. orrtcaat. , In th. carau up for trial at tho February (1898) Courl.r Journal tbaa In llall'a Fatullr I'llla are tho b.l. publltbt-l-liol-h any other J ,3. Hock.r, I'risilJent; J.J. Mcltoberta Cuhlir. la term of court in Clay county and were liullljr audiuauily, DeChristian Kndeavor Convention, A. A McKluu.r AtdtlautCtblrr, A MONTH. continued until the Judo term THE troit, Mich., July & to 10, The C. II. 104 PnpcrN One Year James Howard, tho county assessor, b D. will make half rates for this con50 CcutN. SOUTH'S SYSTEM. and Bal Howard, bis father, who were vention. Tickets good going July a to THE BEST AND CHEAPEST m Tb Twlr. Week Ciurler Journal la the Hall's frlonds, took a lively Interest in 6 inclusive. Good returning to und inOliver Chilled Plow und ltepalr. tipul of many Ualllea, and lb. lurlor of all other DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD the prosecution of tho Bakers. Id April cluding July IS. By depositing CO coots Malta Cultivator, boat In tho world. Hlwia. It piluta uiuie real uewa, uor guol ilau PENETUATF-uiaili,niuieg.iuUUrlea llnu any otb.r, luued iHierlug ltoll aud Hall Hearing Hinder. 1803, Bal Howard, hi son Wilson and Meiluiwlayaud.Siturdiy 1 EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK with the joint agent, tickets may be exPeering Hull aud Hall Hearing Mower. ruiumlaalou lo afeuii. Paiupl loplv. (re on applhallou. Wrll Burch Storr, a laborer, wero shot from tended to August 15. From July 10 to EIGHT GREAT STATES Moyer Huckbourd und Hugglu. Harden Plow and Doubtu rthovtl. two were killed. CXCEPT SUNDAY, (XHIItlKltJOFItSAI. CO., UulMllle, Ky, 10 inclusive, sldo trip tickets ul low treameky, Tenoeiuett, Virginia, Georgia ambush. Tho latter Will pay luurket price for Wool. Hack For this Tom Bakor, his North and cJoulh liarollna, furut.hed ary time. rates will bo sold to Noi thern MichiAt the rate of Alabama, Mlxtulpul, All kind o'f Furnlturo aud any pleco or son, Jim, and Deo Baker, Tom's broth- gan by re.orts und olnts In Canada, m lAirau.Viueut You Can (i.t The kind of llarnea ou want. Cull on $1.00 er, wore indicted and given ball. Jas. far F.usl as Quebec. Cull on C. II. for 3 Months, a 1). S. UAltl'E.NTKH. IIustonvim K, Kv. - Weekly Interior Journal- $1.50 Semi for 6 Months, Sleeping Howard, on hearing of the killing of agents for Information. $2.00 lor 1 Year. his father, proceeded to the Cave a im udTb Stwen Ioulvllle anr the Bouth. COUOHIl) i'l TEAKS. Creek neighborhood. Ho met County TWICE - A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL. 23 years wltUa cough, and I suffered Attorney George Baker, father of Tom For sample copies, leave u And willing to pay top price In CAmt for with ItotU Oim Ve4r For your name or write the Chickens, Kgg, Feather. Duck. Uet.o. DAILY TRAINS and Doe Bakor, la tho road and shot spent hundred of dolluis until dofuirauud I u.ed nr. for medicine to no avail Turkey. Oluaiug, lellow Hoot, Hue Wax, Till, remedy touch way between Loutivllle aad Lexington him without a word. For this bo was Hell's Only Hide or ail kinds, copper, lira, Iron und lung tried at London last July and sentenc wake J.weakHowell, strung. It hux laved tuy Hone.. Also will bo In the market for wool. II. Urautaburg. III. life. UT.A.TUIIK, O. P. A for Tb 1 See uio and get my price boforo Milling, und rrlptlouaIt uudar ah auUcrli Hoot ouly, All tub. to Imrrisonmeot for life. Ho was ed Washington, I). O. Ihl. get spot ca.n. can at my houdiuurter, MUllbrou.blblaottlitt. loubluatloa Ur iiiu,t bo Louisville, Ky. W. II. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. granted a now trial, however, and at Tho prices of all farming implements i urriu a rout, a umce, uear iiepol, Man- Ky Louisville. II. UOllINSO.V. tho October term of court, bo made a aro to bo advanced by the trusts, loru, ivy, W. P. Is laa,' lw aygtiWitt Ml PPPPPPPPJ whaaaaaafl pppppppH R. A. JONES, PPpHpipHkrl(PPPPPJ 1 fmrf LOWDER, J. S. MURPHY, B. G. FOX, '"'! (. an J. T. SUTTON", RoVal against alum. . Mason Hotel first-clt- PATIr-FAHNO- Baking Powder Safeguards the FIBB, J 11St,ljlK0 AOOIDEITT INSURANCE. LIFE Farm ' ,,, eal.t-enc- e, ttn Mint i Hrt-cla- ftvhu H. RUPLEY, per-box- , Merchant Tailor, !! Solioits Your Bank Aooount, 1 y Traps, Surreys, Runabouts, J.G.JtfcGliAY .FoitJirprta Wearen Son, I LOTJISVTXUC UNDEETAKEE! Court-IIotio- I CHICAGO. Daily Paper Southern Railway GMW 16k; YOU GET MORE pr k TO FARMERS. For Through Cars A-- r) v7-A.3sra?Ei- THREE Evening Post, fi.aj. WALTON'TAaroaD, Kr.