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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 13, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899061301_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 13, 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. XXV11I HEWS OF THE VICINAGE, Hur-Ki- n Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 13. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, 1891) 10 A.M. A WORD TO TIIK I'ATItOXS OF NO. 30 LANCASTER. Mm. Dr. T. O. Meredith died ut Ay-re, aired ", died In Dr. Jcrcmlnh Mad I ton. Ad averago of fiO wairon loadu of linn bor conic j to Ml. Vernon dally. The city council of Richmond, reduced the tax rate from tl l'l to 1. K. P. Woods had n valuablo mulo to wrote. die from tho oxcelvo heat Mrs. Williams, aired S1, mother of John Williams, died nt Shelby City lat Friday night. ' Tho dlnlnc cars on tho Q. .V C. have been taken ott and tho fast trains will take dinner at Somerset. Mrs. T. C. Itronston. o sister of Gov. James II. .McCrcary, died ntUlchmond, ultor n llnirerlnir Illness, need CO. There are 11 irraduates In the Law Department of Central University, tho commencement exercises of which occur today. Tlic fiscal court of Pulaski county will submit tho roKillon to the voters In November for u bond Issue of IW.WX) to construct turniikes. Tho Sljrnal says that the Indications urc that It. M. Johnson, II. J. Bethu- rum, Samuel Ward and other republicans will rnn for representative In tho district of Kockcastle and Laurel. Tho Masonic lodge and P.utli Chapter at Kolllnir will celebrate St. John's ilav. Junu "'lih. when n number of prominent siwakcrs will bo present. (ills Colson's corn crib with 1,000 bushels of corn, near Mlddlcsboro, was liurnml bv Itollv DlDlTUS. who was s and captured chacd by There are 152 white districts, with blood-hound- 10,100 pupils, nine colored district, with .'0il pupils, maklnir utotalof 10,01:! miMU In the school Hire In l'ulaslcl county. Peter Vandevcr, of the Uerea rec tlon, Is the boss hunter. Ho irot from a bee tree two swarms of bees, a tub of honey, two iolo cats, u terrapin, a big owl and a fox squirrel. A well authenticated ruraor has It that the L. i: N., railroad will shortly discontinue Its Jelllco road traltlc, thus practically abutting tho coal output of that region out from this section. Theodore Wusley, who van Interested In the drug business wlih F. M. Ws.ro at McKlnnev. has boueht M. C. Williams' Interest In M. C. tc 1). N Williams' drug store at Mt. Vernon. Inspector sent to Irvine, A has recommended the removal of Postmaster Bert Powell. Tho new appointee, not yet named, will make the third postmaster appointed for Irvine during this administration. W. 11. Whitehead, of itookeastle, has years a white oak stump on his place old, which Is growing, notwithstanding It has neither leaf nor limb. The diameter Is two Inches greaterthan when measured nearly a fourth of n century ago. Tbo Diamond Coal Company, a private, corporation, operating und doing business at Kast Dernstadl. Laurel y, has terminated by tho volun-t'A- -j 'act of Its stock holders and will wind up Its alTatrs. J. W. Mulllns. of Laurel, who had Invented a gnn with the hopes that the government would adopt It, tested It with a cartridge charged with smokeless owder and steol bull und It exploded, frightfully wounding him In the head and urms. While waiting in the conrt room to. sue tho last sad act In one of the worst farces that ever disgraced the courts of Laurel county, the reporter held his breath while the Imported judge winked tho Jury to their room to agree to disagree. I.ondoii Kcrftucklaii. Tho lUuer Cooperage Company bus recently closed u deal with Kwcll of London, whereby tho (oriuer Heeures all the limber on about 13,000 ucres of land lying In Luurel couuty, ut tt cot of ubout :10,000. This Is regarded us u mugultlcent belt of timber. JetT llurdtne, charged with wounding Dan Pointer, of Pulaski county, lodged In Jail at Somerset. Tho gun was loaded with large duck shot) und suveral balls entered tho body and head of Pointer, whoso condition Is very serious. Tho wounds will probably prove futul. An old feud caused tho iKWt-oM1 co-ntv-- The Harrodsburg Sayings says that W. M. Watklnn and Miss Annlo K. IlettU, of Lincoln county, wcro married thete by Iter. John Aug Williams. The engagement of Miss Elsie Yan- dell, tho beautiful daughter of Mrs. Loulso II. Yandell, of Louisville, to Mr. Donn Harbcc, of Now York, Is announced. Miss Yandell Is a sister of the noted sculptures. Pretty Miss Alon nrUsain, of Nashville, whb visited Miss Tevis Car penter last summer, was married last week to Dr. A. L. Hordelln, who had Just graduated at Vandcrbllt. They wero to have been married next fall. but he prevailed on her to become his wife and they were married ut prayer meeting. Mr. Samuel Kclley, Jr., of Junction City, and Ml X.olma Hicks, of Danville, wero married Wednesday eve ning nt tbo Methodist parsonage, by P.ev. J. II. Savage Attendants, Mr. T. II, Shnw and Ml-- s Nettle Coulter. Mr. John S. Smith, of Paris, und Mlrs Annie M. Bradley, who lias been connected with the Kentucky School for tho Doaf for a number of years, were married yesterday In a pretty ceremony by Prof. George T. Schooltleld. Ilolhoftlio principals arc mute, and tbo ceremony was in tho sign language. Advocate. Tho Intiiimou Joi'HNAt. Is enabled by the courtesy of the lady hen-el- f to make a very interesting announcement. Mrs. Kllcn Letcher On sley, of Lancaster, relict of thu lamented Judgo Mike Owsley, will, on theevenlngof the 15th at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. W. It. Cook, become tho wlfo of Hon. John Will Poor, u wealthy, ooular and excellent cii!.en of Garrard county. Itcv. Owsley Goodloc, of Harrodsburg, will iwrform the ceremony, which will bo witnessed only by the children and a few friends. The bride Is u lovely woman both In nppearanco and manners and has legions of friends, who will unite In good w9hes for her Mr. Poor was one of her husband's best friends and did as much as uny man to advance him politically and ouicrwic, consequently mere 1 u warm feeling for him by all the family, Immediately after the ceremony Mr, and Mrs. Poor will go to his handsomo homo In his lower Garrard where they will reside. Soldier ind Sailor Intelligence. fc? HON. M.F. NOUTH I'lthSCXT AND W KKI'KK-)f.NTV- . SK.TTIVK KIIOM LIXrot.Nl PREACHERS, wa-hl- CHURCHES AND serThe regular annual fool will be held at the Old Urpllst church In Providence next Sunday. Sister Gcnero.u Mattlngly, who ha been a nun for 75 years, celebrated her diamond jubilee ut Lorettn lut week. Kev. K. Lee Bowman, pa-tof the Baptist church ut Verallles.was unanimously railed by the members of the Nlcholasville church, but us yet has not accepted. lessaralne Journal. Kev. J. II. Crouch will attend the General Association of Baptists nt Mt. Sterling from the l.'tli to the 20tb. I'ev Norwood, nf Florida, will occupy the pulpit of the baptist church next Sunday morning. A number of Christians of all denominations, realizing the need of a mission where the gosiel should be preached, have united to conduct u work of this kind in this city. The large store room on Brook Street, adjacent to J. T. BurghHrd company's carpet house, has been fitted up for this purpose. vice or Hvangelisl B Helm, who Is well known among christian people, has been made suerlntendeut und will huvc an otllce and hcudqnartcrs at this place. The mission will bo known as "The Best' and the-- e will bo services threo times Sundays and on Tuesday and Thursday und Saturday nights. Louisville Dispatch. The enlistments and the regular army for tho year ending April :t0, wcro 71,103 men. In May there were 5,000. Forty-liv- e hundred American troops salted forth from Manila at daylight, Saturday, clearing tho country round Manila to Paranquo. Tho enemy left 50 dead and many wounded on tbo tleld Our loss was two olllcers killed and 21 In men wounded. More recruits wanted for the Philip pines. The recruiting otllccr la Lexington has just received Instructions from the war department to enlist n y number of whlto men for Infantry und urtlllerv servlco In tho Phil ippines. ineso men will be sent to San Frunclsco at once to connect with steamship sailing the latter part of this month. Now Is the chance for you to make u trip around thu world. This opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting w join should apply ut the recruiting otllces In Lexington, Ky., or In Ashland, or In Somerset, ut once. cav-ulr- J. P. Greene has declined to the presidency of the Southern Baptist Theological Semlnutyat Louisville. In his letter of declination he says: So far as my oor soul Is to discern thu leadings of the Lord, It's my duty to remain with William Jewell College. I have considered both sides of the question The peace of Southern Baptists seems to dccnd on my accepting tho call, and tho welfare ol this Institution seems to depend on my remaining here. I can not go into details In this note, but will simply say that this college Is so deeply rooted In tuy heart and lu future so dependent on ray devotion to It that I cun not believe Dr. pt The people are favorable to tho water works, K. W. Harris, having procured over 10 subscribers for homo consumption. J. W. Miller's fan mare. Nora L , U In training at Lexington and, being In If you hrwe not nlfcndy Paid ynur Tuition I(lll, plcae call Mrs. Saulley at llio Colgood condition, she Is expected to mnke in .oon a convenient and pay the amount. We aro In pressing need of monoy. a profitable tour. She will start nt WILLIAM SHELTOX, President! Saginaw, Mich., on July 10. It Is reported that Mr. Jno. W. Poor, one of Garrard's mon popular citizens, and Mrs. Illlen Lftoher Owslev. widow of Judgo M. H. Owsley, will be married on Thursday evening by Kev W. O. Goodloe at the residence of her daughAt Washington will bo n grand affair, hut It Is no comparison to the ter, Mrs. W. K. Cook. Tho parties are highly connected and In Central Kentucky. I nele Clabe Lenr, aged f:i vears, I1Yquite 111. Tho friends of Mr Joseph II. McClnry regret to hear of his Illness. The family of Dr. I. S. Wesley has returned from Mlddlcburg. Dr. J. B. Klnnalrd has returned from Columbus, O., where he uttended tho medical aoelat!on. Klder George Gowen was at homo for a few days. Men, Boys' and Children'!) Capt. Win. Horndon was recently the victim of the most piercing repartee. Mr. Bookout had called nt the captain' olllco several times for legal advice. On one occasion the captain said: "Mr. Up-to-da- te ! Bookout, do you want to employ a lawyer?" Bookout replied that be did not and left tho otllce. Kecently the B nnd asked hitn several questions in reference to the culture of strawberries, whereupon the latter, with peculiar emphasis, said, "Captain, do you want to employ a gardener':'" The captain has lost bis tasto for strawberries. The district W. C. T. U. convention held in Berca on tho 5tb, 0th und 7th was the most successful yet held, having in nttendunce about 00 delegates and visitors, among whom being two State presidents. Mesdatnes Rounds, of Chicago, 111., of National reputation, and Frances B. Beauchamp, of this State; two or three district presidents, I and the State olllcer and superintendof Flower Missions, Mrs. M. W. ent Bender, of Louisville. Twelve delegates Ml attended from this place, several Of whom took prominent parts on the program and read "very interesting W papers: among whom wero Mrs. G. M. M Patterson, district president, Mrs. R. & L. Klkln corresponding secretary and ft m Miss Amanda Anderson, a well written paper, on the nourishing condition of & tho W. C. T. U., of thlsj city. Other i delegates were Mesdatnes J. Joseph, T. Gresham. J. H. West, M. K. Klrby, M. m: Stanford Female College. Dewey : Celebration -- ! well-kno- 1 Elegant Line Displayed THE GLOBE. Shirts All Goods Guaranteed. Fine Underwear, Good Socks, Full Dress Pekay Vests. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. ClOTHINGr Latest THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. I 1 i SommerGoods Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, I God wants me to leave It. POLITICIANS) POLTICS. K. Gill and Misses Cora Ward," Lou and Ida Grant und Lewis Gill. The following olllcers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. G. M. Patterson, president: Vice President, Mrs. Sue Woodcock, of Danville; Recording Secretary, Mrs. L. L. Pickett, Wil- uiore; Corresiwndlng Secretary, Miss Amanda Anderson, Lancaster; Treasurer, Mrs. A. S. Ward, Livingston. A Press says that thu Tho Ashlund, Uuyesvlllu Mills wero burned, "causing u great loss to James McKcchnle, thu owner, us tho mill wus lusurcd for of Its value und ho d about hud ubout 1,200 worth of grain and Hour In tho mill ut this uufortunute time, which was uot Insured. It Is also a great loss to our community, for under the muiiugoment of Mr. McKcchnle the mill wus doing splendid work and tho former custom was being, rapidly established. Mr. McKech nlo thinks of two-thir- row. (., rebuilding again and he U assured of thu full Bupiiort of, tho citizens of this this business placu In which Is u greut convenience to our people, who will make un effort In keep Ing such worthy citizens us Mr. Me Kecbnlo und family In our midst." Mr. McK. formerly lived lu Wayne county and is a good friend of this paper.whlch regrets to hear of hi loss. The decision of Mr. W. P. Wulton to continue his work on the l.vniltioit Jol'KNAL, und not to retire from jour nalism, which he had In contemplation, will be received with slncero pleasure by every newspaper man who known him us a gentleman ulwuys, un editor In his sphere without a superior In Intellect und judgment, and as thu owner of tho fairest, most Industriously and conscientiously conducted newspaper lu Kentucky. His retirement would have occasioned as profound regret as would have uttended that of any editor oil tho provincial press of thoStutound it please Tho Courier thus to testify. Dr. John D. Woods In Bowling Green Courier. Chrlstlun Kodeavor Convention, De troit, Mich., July G to 10. The O. II. A-- I). will make half rates for this convention. Tickets good going Jdly .'I to 0 inclusive. Good returning to and Including July 15. By doposltlug 60 centB with the jolut agent, tickets may be extended to August IS. From July 10 to 111 Inclusive, side trip tickets at low rates will be sold to Northern Michigan resorts aud Klnts In Cunadu, us far Kust as Quebec. Call on C. II. it D. agents for Information. smm made. Several went with him toPulnt lll"MAUCK,b IKON NKUVi: NtVuitiH rruiTLTSSs. V Iks mult of 111" iplsnjlil belli!,. luiloiulu-M- s Lick ou Saturday night, where ho was Tb woiuiu who U lartlr In fucr, form u.l iwiu will sad IrrmtDiloiu sutler r uut luuuj IHslwijfsbifrlu4, butvns who woulJ I Introduced by Hon. K. II, Tomlluson, wliem Momiili, Uirr, KlUnryoud Itowrl. arsuut If Untiles uiu.t kvrl br otonltr. IfjruU waul llivw uuillllr. tml h sue tlcklty m J ill run down, licaltti. b tb Is wuk. and spoke to unothcr large crowd of ilie will nrvoui sud rwutltejr brlnf, u,i Dr. K(W' ttw 1.1 lu 1111.. luiubls. lftbubatuuillslluuor klduer IruuMn democrats. v.rijr .icvivi. iwrt ui lurj XV IViiuy'i drug Hon--, brum tuil body. ber lcuiur bluuj will rsUM liu,l,, blotdiM, iklu Duly si trutlous suit u witUhrU cuuileilou. l.lwirlc Delighted to kuow that one of tho Mturtli ibslml uinlUius lu lbs worM to ri;u. Mrs. Gcorgo Patton, of Crab Orch- Ute.lomstb, llrrr sud kldsryiaud la urlfy lbs best editors In tho State Is not to leuve blood nuiwlb, It iilt stroiif an M, brhjbt ard, got 270 gallons of strawberries vrhrly klu, tlill tuiu'lxluu. It will links tho field where he has been so useful. u lu. Long live Walton I Carlisle KuuJ.,klu, (bsnuiuK wuiutuors from her bed 40x100 feet. Mercury, itl Id. duly W iuH si IVuuy's Prug btuis. The condition of Klebard P. Blund Is Improved and there is still much hope for Free Silver Dick. County Judgo II. F. Boss, of Williamsburg, has announced his candidacy for auditor on tho republican ticket. Congressman A. S. Berry secured u live Inch Spanish gun for Williams-tow- n. It w ill he mounted In the court house yard. Gov. Bradley has decided that Lexington shall have the Spanish gun allotted to Kentucky. It will bo mounted near thu Breckinridge statue. the Washington rost is moved to say: vVhllu In Kentucky, Mr. Bryan took occalou to pay a visit to tho Mammoth cave. It was a memorable meeting. Since tho bankruptcy law went Into ellcct, less than a year ugo, 4,2111 men have been relieved of paying their debts, which amounted in tho aggre gate to 0.j1ti!7,000. Jess so. If you believe lu thu rule of tho K)llth'ul machine run by u few bosses about tho couuty scats, stay at home on Junu 17th, and they will select tho men for ou to vote for lu November. Glasgow News. Chief of Police Huugcr has sworn out warrants against Allen u. Carter, A. S. DleUtuun und others, of tho Louisville Dispatch, for criminal libel, because thu paer charged thut he was under obligations to tho pool rooms aud therefore wouldn't close them. The big row over Fayetto's delegation to tho Statu democratic conven-tol- n hus been settled, und tho JO votes will be divided between Goebel, Stone und Hardin on first ballot und uf tor thut It will be controlled by the Goebel men, who.lt is said, will have ut leust 15 of speech tho delegation. very entertaining declamatory contest was held Wednesday evening In which Mies Ida Tyree, of Pittsburg, won tho grand gold medal. Being very profitably engaged In another part of the State, Gen. P. W. Hardin did not till his appointment hero last Saturday, but, at his request, Hon. Robert Harding, the able, eloquent and fascinating advocate of democracy, filled the engagement In a very acceptable manner.JHe was presented by Senator Farris as this county's Ho said that a divided party was the cause of tho defeat of Hurdln, Blackburn and Bryan, although 20,000 more votes were cast for Hurdln than for any other democratic candidate for governor. Ho claimed that, if we refusedjto support Mr. Har din because ho was defeated, tho same excuse couM bo made for refusing to supHrt Bryan and Bluekburn. Ho answered numerous statements that had been made about Gen. Hardin, represented him us an original freo silver advocate und excused him for saying "My Cause," usjihat manner of expression Is as oldJtus Shakespeare, being the people's cause, advocated by him. He said that Goebel and Stone had not been lu the free silver ranks long enough to be familiar with tho vernacular of Us advocates: that when Hurdln wus udvocatlngtho cause, Goebel was predicting that Kentucky would go for Carlisle for president, und that Stone's voles for thu reading of the gold bond bill wero. not in keeping with the voles of freo silver leaders, and that they have both been lately converted to tbo cause of the people. He wus glad to have them, but believed thut tho highest bouors should bo given Urst to those who had fought ull along tho line. It was a logical aud forcible and a good Impression was 1 1 n I ! i Pretty Patterns in endless variety, from 50c to f I 50. White and fancy I SILE PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS g Straw Hats For all cases. Prices 10c to 2. fiaTTEKMS CASH. 1 .& H. J. M'ROBERTS. K Cypress Shingles 1 a. asms, Metal Roofing. ( hs ( 3SSfcv "sr Iron Fence. k0? Stanford, ky: Mill Work. mwt ar mMiHT t . .w wu imm t' m Ring In th now King In the true " We bring to you the new and true Irom thi plney forests of Norway old King out the false " Rlnz out th DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey a Pleasant, Permanent. Potttlvo Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. n g Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by lr Lungs arsexbJa-rate- d Tho sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out i tho t the microbe-bearincause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL QOOO ORUQQIST ). ta(rlpMlluoanluU.A. Htvito. U. wIk Ium Mo(.-kl- a. WOM attlsa Only. 28a.. 60s. sntf $1.00 SliM BE SURE YOU GET LO. "" lAMMYCARI ODr. lkU't""'. "a ut mudi uul la and urmuDl nlitt Dr. Mil's fti-T-ltM- y Haotr. II w aalck Iinmkf I ' llnt-l.r- 1 - ForSale at Penny's Drug Store. Hi Sad Irons; something .when tho following grand jiirori wore . Ashbstos McKlnncy's. oy juuro oauiiuji now, at Hlgglns it selected nnu cnarjjca June 13. 1899 . who mailo tho Oral narnid foreman: ," Stanford. Ky., Will contlnito our cut on pictures i.mury, it. 11. v,uui.-iit. jonci, a. this week nnd next. Miss Sacray, W. H. Hill. A. A. Wnrrcn, Samuel photographer. W. P. WALTON. Chandler.Kd Vllklnon,C. L. ilemdcy, Severance V Sons are AUCTION. . H. C. annilldue, Win. Stuart, J. A. ; " auctioning dtT their gooJs In their In a Given and C. F Eppewon. Tins leirlilntlve primary resulted vnm .... ti ti In addition ton uoncrnl ohartro to r.iukut store. .v n Sautley .aid con TltK Indlw of the O. W. II. M. Will rtorflr Mr John II. Miller, tho tlo ffrand Jury, Judge In decorate Walton's Opei Hohjo for ..nrrvln.f Crab Orchard. Hin cernlnu Insurance companies, f. that while many Indictment the contest Friday night and 2 tonvtlle and Wavncsburc Xo-Had bitn fonnd npalnu them In tho und the latter Stanford and Highland. O), of Fans. -- J L. Frolnmin State for eoojlilnlnp to flx find mainThe redlt was a expected. Mr. Xorth MO fllM at conceding M Mr. tain rata In particular localities, It ii.ntpiii. will distribute made no fleht here, co .conceded that the contest Friday night. glnd-l- y was quits clear and " Miller hi home precincts which " be maintain-e- d complimented hint with their votes. the Indictments could not OM. HCPK DPDBRBAK tells im that under Ch. 101 of tbe Kutitncky advantage over Mr. Mr. 'orth had the two irf Jtm CrutohHeM's boyn nt How-lawhich forbid pools, tniftt x, Miller from the fact that many, pleased Statute, have the new tyle and combine. This statute prohibit with his admirable record in the i.eg which is not as Ixid n chloken pox t- -j i, imiitMi tin hi only combinations and airroeiiient d In tho ttonteet at the opera hwise running analn, but, promised their votes which have for tbelr object the rBu-anKverybodv likes "Happy Jlatlnp. controlling or flxlnff tho price Friday night Mesers. II. II. Tye, of Influence. W. Sanlsbury, of article lark" and hardly man voted airlnst of tuerchncdNe, manufactured any way WlllMBWtrtrg, O. Ben V. Smith, of of any kind or in Mtddleioora, and him who did not hate to do o from Tor property commodity Somerset, kave been selected as judges. purely pergonal renins. He Is a good lifflltlt.r the amount of any rr 1... manufactured, mined man, an unswerving dermHsmt und Is j to be produced, Harding made votes for (Joebel bought or sold. If the net of the not the least sore with Mr. North for or yesterday and canted many a man wIhj havlne defeated him. "Uo treated Me insurance companies nre inniuiieu at hadn't fully determined to be at the clean," he said, "ami I haven't the nil, It Is by common lnw nnd not by convention to resolve ki timv. Let slightest fault to Und with him. He. Is ctatute. If these corauunles had com all the Goebel men aieert vhemeelvee bnea bctitcn blned for the purpose of fixing Exorbi 11 gooi man or he eoaHn't and victory I our ., ,! t im going in heli him to be tant rates of Insurance, than It amy be com-an- d elected." That's the way a true man sun milt mey nave viomieu me Th Goebol men bnve got tbe cnunoe of their life. Tbe enwnty l a true democrat always talks and' man law: out the mare agreement Of the nominee wc have often tween them to change fixed raws, for Gtiebel and If theee who are for In the highest praise. He made dependency of the question whether him will come to tbe oonveaUon Satus a most excellent reprereototivo and the rules were unreasonable, Is not, In urday, be 1 dead sure to get tbe instructions. Don't fall U owoe. left his impree on the stututo. books his opinion, a violation of any law. the good of Slate and countv, Helsur.inee companies can agree among un-nThis Odd Fellow will meet at their Is a fine speukernud a man of courage, tbemtelvas on a tarla" of rates, and Ie;s this tariff is unreu-onabl- e and can hall at 2 this afiarnoon and march In a will be able to give reasons on all body to the Chrirtlnn church, and there occasions for the fulth that I in hlra bj so shown.they should not be Indicted, IUn-kl- n. repub- - What Is an unreasonable charge Is a listen to a sermon by Iter. S. M, and will turn down anybody the After this they will deoorate the hcans can put up both 011 the stump question of fact; and In determining It n iuri' should consider the churacter of graves of Odd Fellows and orphans. and ut the polls. tho risk nnd overy part of the clreum- - Speeches will be made at the cemetery by Hon K .11. Tomnon,ol iscpaier THK fight for instructions for gov- stances attending it us well as all in this county will resolve itself ultimate expenses which tho comKnles and Itev. A. J. Dnughertee . V. ...tAAn ..... I ........ I ...... lull 1..1.. ummubss. muur iu .,.. iu uu iijcu 1.... in lmo a untfclo'Juv"oii ihn cw .....-- - , BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Itlclansand the jwople. The former, other words, un honet, Intelligent and lrn irarmrnllv for Hardin, simply be business like view should be taken of Nick Northcuti, u prominent young caue he is a district man and hU coun- every fact which properly ontors Into farmer of Dry Ilidge. was struck by ty may be able to advance their Inter- the question, what is u fair und lightning and killed. rate of insurance. Jurors should ests hereafter only that and nothing Fiiulnrr.iDgeroenture being mude more. They do not claim any great partluularly guard tbemulves against for the construction of ibe Kooxvllle shakos for him, in fact most of them Joining In the huo and. cry against cor- and Bristol railroad. know that either Goebel or Stone porations simply because they are A cloudburst iu Texn- - caused heavy would make the bet race in tho final loss to property and life. The death The petit jury is as follows: T. J. list is placed at contest. We believe tho Goebel men Mawlngly, of IUanoe, are in the majority in this coanty and Hill, 15 K. Weareti, Wesley Hu-hT.Hurn.iica we trust that every man of them will Joseph Goode, J. D. Myors, J. M. has petitioned lit bankruptcy wUh debts ba here Saturday to assert himself for Flales, J. W. Kubanks, W. T. Saunders, of lo,000 and no assets. Ma fr,tMi.ttn nml fitl counted for htm. Jonn Bright.. G. M. Payne, John Grass Twine company n'h.. The longest pole knocks tho persimmon Blankenshlp. . T. Ballard, O P- - has beeji Incorporated at 'Dover, Del., and the man with the most men in his Huffman. Daniel Holtnan. G. L. Cur with eio.OOO.Ooti capital. lino will ?ct the instructions. The lal.f j,tmes Brown, J. D. Long, II. 1. There have been 21 oases of tbe tbe D. Xewland, J. II Ilout, C, plague and seven deaths from Stono followers, of whom there arc t,onSt very many, should also bo alert. Hur- - y Gentry,!; L Cjllier, Frank Klg-d- in disease at Alexandria, Egypt. has fought Capt. Stone relentlessly nev ami iiauillton Uoone. Mrs. John Flnlev and her daughter und they should see and unneee-sarll- y Clarence Hall, being In the iwnltoc-th- have both been sent to the asylum from Hardin gets nothing in this cdun- - tiary, the three cases for mallolous Padueah within tho last two weeks. ty. We have no axe to grind, but if wounding, breach of peace, Ac , were The barn of Luther Burns, oi WashViey arc wise in their day and genera- - dismissed, as wore tho three against ington county, wus burned Thufsday atlon they will come over and help u 'm. Lucas and one against James Gill, night entailing a loss ol about ii'.OUU. slay the common eccmy. Charles Adams, who Is In the penlten Three million dollars in gold was ' tiary, had two cases dismissed also. A seat to Kurowe from New York on SatA (.o.vkri'.knce of Senator Goebel'o default judgment of $30 was tuksn urday's steamer, making over four milleaders was hold at Frankfort Friday ' agalnt W. II. Tray lor for a violation lions sent last week. and the most favorable reports wore buildings, comprUing tbe Thirty-si- x the liquor laws, but Walter Gilden made to the chief. They think he has u case of the kind against entire plant of a fireworks company at Iof the nomination on and judging from and went acquit. This was tho Granltevllie, X. Y., were destroyed by other ranorts aUo. it looks very much work of tho first day. un exploelon of fireworks. will be , llko the gullant younjj Senator Hiwi. Timothy Gut Phelps, chairman Jones. Afwr a six mouths' illne. of the board of regents of the Unlversl made our standard barer, for which he is so admirably Btted, and for the of uunoer of tho stomach, Mrs. Jeff ty ol California, U dead ol injuries renext four years give the State a clean, Jones' terrible sufferings ended In ceived by being run over by u lundem. honastaad uggresslve administration, death at " A. M. Saturday at her horn VIrifil YVblteVlWnry siuWoatEllxa of which even hi enemies will be in Plnnvlllt, aged 35. Deceased was bethiown burned and with It 12 doe Miss Calien Thurmond, duughterof the furaed to feel uroud. horse, two rtullUm. two jacks and i lute Fielding Thurmond, of this coun burned. Lo $,- JCDOU R.J. UltKCKINRttHlE wis here ty, and was married to Mr. Jones some many vehicle were yesterday fueling good ove his pro-- p 14 years ago. She, bora m two child- 000. A condensed milk manufactory will 'eta for tho nomination for Attorney ren, one dying at the age of lb mouths probably be established In Falmouth, It general. The Hardin men are disposed 'and the other, Edwin, now being 11 gentleman from tbe in turn blm down, but u- - they aru In yeur.- - old. Mrs. Jones was a metnW is believed, by a Ka.t. who U seeblng a location in Ken as well us elsewhere, tae minority here tucky. we expect to nee the able lawyer, ctever a llV(jd lhal wn8I tb8 sumBlori. Pulic Jndaw KUey. of Lexington, gentleniMi and roetc ribbed iiaoorat oume she could say "I am not ufrald to Saufley, of that a man U jnsUfled in beatnomlnaied. Judae M. C dU and meet my Redeemer, uil only decides his plaoe. is to Mit him iu nomination, for mr family' sake do I w&h to live." ing his wife when .he leave home at uue and thai of Itoelf will be a big send off Tne remains were brought here Sat- oiirbl U) roam irouod the streew ui hours. for htm. urday night und after lulng kept at According to the treu.ury bureau ol TaVlok continues to swoop his op the home of Mr Joe Coffey, who-- e .tiituil. over r.,0U0,o00,U0O gunons oi pouents in the gubernatorial derby. nleoe by marriage she was, were taken lienoleum ure produced In the world He eurrled Louisville and Jelfetfon to ISuffalo cemetery Sunday afternoon, annually, tb United State leading Saturday practically solid, giving him followed by a long pracewilon of frlemls with 50 per cent. Negro gin on tne Jo I V4Ms, ud In all w date, about MO. awi luld awuy, after apjjroH-lala vaar-ol- d at the grave by Iter. F. W. AN farm of James alorrW, near May Held, They wont U able to head hlra off, It nnd the chance are taut the ln. The grief stricken husband, tn was devoured by a hog. When lonmi ignorant Individual, who disgrace the und relatives have the ywpailiy of ma- both leg, both arm nod a portion of otflon of MtMiuty general, will be the ny friends. tbe bead were eaten. rjpitWiiMU) ttnndard bearer. a wiMiJUiinii wrecked a flouring mill in tho prucliMit ooavwtttioit here Sat In dl.- - at WllUnmaiown, destroyed or damaged HubWe uMtntikr. eomtMionnr am U"t everalolber building and Mw uown ent.tUd y great prut, for getting the . j" Humlred ol acre ui H. W. Glvanii and . u monHmeni. ima . dmIi. instltutiouon j , . wheat were leveled to the ground. . . TIX "... rule,'. were lujurcd. Over W paaeeugcr theT;n.ad.neltinthe two of aboui " . three perhap faully, by tbe derail 7,000. In tbe May juat ended a profit lor. ,a a G. meet of a train near l.raadview, mo. Denny toth.UUaKis.hUw0.Theoo . . I L. Penny2.R- - Mcrelurv and S. T. Hr- - The in lured were taken to Ken City. - was " parisun mutt gooa campaign nmiermi ' rU delegate to vote (ur Mil Tbe raiitaprend owing to recent rain. v,..nMivel. ud will l Twelve man have been arrcatea in ae narUcl-ptiIn No. i. Judge J. P. Balky eeesid- - UeAderaoa ooooty, Tub prittury el vtioq in I Ail. W M. ttKaMlti.. Liraji. .. ruuIm iA.u,Mildl.w . ... ... in tbe lynehmg ol tbe flamob-rl- e v was so disorderly and ubr LoaUvllle .land Harvey Helm chtMiii (Wiagale and brotber. hVwae of them are vereUre ui tbe people' right that the of tbe couety. wealthy coinetltteje, declared it off but tbe polls InitrueUtd for Miller. W. H Uaddemr was n anted m dele 7 v, Three mau'.a wore killed outright rumulned uaa until i, wid (he aamheTTatatly Injured by u tornavan gaUl front Stanford Ho i und lustrueted and uleetkin triMseded Jatkir lPf(i for Mlllur. mjr by seven Vhulleelltcund do ut Bull. Iowa. A number of ulbeijumped leeser hurt. An unknown bidly beaten, while there were many DKATll. Klder David HiiHiia, uho received woman wu futally hurt ut Homer, und serious rows. Moreland has been preuuhltig for THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ADDITIONAL LOCAL. CmcTiT CoriiT bcpan yesterday I Mason's fruit jar at Georgo II. Far rl 4, .JU - j. - In!!i ,. v..h nd oll-p)- .. ... ' bo-ac- ts. In-f- or nd Jam) Johnson Jeffrie, the giant sn at a itrwacher of Lo Angnle, Citl. At Coney M"d be ltnorkel out Uto hith erto unbeaten easinipum in u rounos knoeklnnhlmtewn ngaln and again nml giving the otewplonh' to Amer-Ion onrc more. Prea. her Jeffrie, wboee ton Wertod l1ffslromoo, fabl after tbe nsht: Ml' jest as l ud mm time nee wHneVl wn g A big llnr f nw Shirt Wall, Ffneb l"folt. worn Will apeak fut tl.cuelv ubetl fr an espriljn m to tbe In tbe TV' and II. our price INUdirs l.inn .S1rt !.. New line of Indies trimmed battle: tbe Lord '' ' onsiree Jim l'ailern lint worth ftl ' i to i our price thi wek f I He w wltb JIM) wm. ' Mr. JeffriK was delighted tbnt ber n bad wee and immediately tent yon the fallowing to blm: "I m worked ba woo tbe victory you h so bard for. Mother. Tim nmt goad read convention held Regular .4 quaUly thi ek 5c. in Kentuebv waebeld In Ixlngton tor I Unbtearbed Hbestlng lie. tho lormatloo Of a State neneuNwr., 10-- 1 I'aMeuchtd tMweting HJo, andltwaan Mff uves. About 3M WhlU Bed Spread, Wc, deUgate were preeent and officer nf ."nmmer CbrMe Me, were elected a loliewt: tie Short Wal.ts; Wne and Wn President. C. M. Hanna.of Sbelbyrtlle Menli an.m IVwM Ite, -J. D. Unbbagc. rioverporu Men' Unbleached Ml Drawer IV, Socl-tlwill be formed In nil eoontlea to examine A committee wa appointed road law. of other Stale and draft tome law for thl Slate. Miss Dalicy Kcnscy attacked Taylor Wilson with an nx at Chlckamnugn Park, because tho latter, who had been Jilted, started a damaging report on i,.... t'lifuriiiniiilv lu did not hurt him much but tho fellow wai scared nl- iihmI to death. Gov. Bradley very wisely refused to panlon John I). Young, sent up from Bath county for the killing of his cousin. Fassott. Young Is the son of an nnd overy effort has been miule to keep hlra from the of tho crime. Hfs sentence Is only two yenrs. Flttslmmons, who took the lawrrls from Corbatt, hu been detbroned by Louisville Store. Nrn.t Mnl lliMiigh nor Spire will mnviure nny Imp.irtlul I'twrver tint tlii nnd the hrM elertcd Stock of Dry Hoods, f1ithing. II in nml Sh.ien Our iiiitiiene di.plny nf it In " ' l s""-f.in- Bargains With Prices Attached. - om-In- 0h: nd '. 30 PIECES OP FANCY LAWN ...!. MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 15c, Yrd Fan-- LAND WW STOCK. :ai rm for Kinney. sale. I). C. Aller, . 600 Mr- - .1,0.10 uh 50c, lilies' Calico t Jr, ft feet Fell window Shade le. 1 ynd Lace C Kaek CVtlon Iliiae&e, l.a.lice' Patent Oxfor-l- Sffe s .,- trr T J. c. lc ns. were married at Somerset bvsl week. Tbe gveroi.eni sold 860 mule- - at auction ut Cblobamtiuga at uo average Of ITU. Hays, Crab Orehard. Bores irftroaa knd, nltlier For sale, Addresi box In one or two parcels. IM. Col-y- er Felix Vangbtand Mle Ophelia For .ale, W to 7W pwods. LADIES' Mn' PATENT TIP SHOES 75c. c ! ! Fin MieenWv, in Men's sn I ll.. - floilnug os, i. Powell Allen 90 d Harper bmigbt of J. ltle ut a IlUle v V. - The Louisvilie Store. Tbe ,n-ri- 1Mb 4tc I). C. Allen teir- - u be will receive .100 lambs thl week, far whbjh be will C'h(t Home in Town liy J. 'c.Owsley, S. of t. Painter, Sr., boeght of J. II. P.ockcatle. eight ld d, T.D. KANKY, Mamiger ' i i at Oar-rarJosh Wilson sold to Teater, of of yearllnes at JIT and a buneh at SflU. torn How's Till?? Green akldmore has a three mobtbs old shoal, which ucks every cow thai ill let blm. F. Held sold to Joeeph Hales for Scbwurihscbtld two ear loads of export cattle for July delivery nt 1 5. Thomas Houehn In eight acre-- of waLupmalon near Hlaitsvllle. He iy 12.60 jwr acre rent for tbe land. teer at 5c. Branch ttort at RHinljtlilewn,;Ulliton, Owenburo. She by vllb, VtfMlttes, Bsxda; tuwn, Iliipkinsvillr, Mdlnnillf, Mercaaarld. Xiroreeienn Ky, Chutlivfllc-- . Trrn. I county, 32 yearling calve nt Joe Thayer, of Lexington, refused 586. Mr, H. E. O Daniel, oi sold to Wuhejeld Bros., of Spencer a. 7 Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, AnJallkliHMofK.VK.MINU IMl'I.I Ml.NT J taf Bowerman year-ol- d Bro' colt- - offer rf M.000 for hi The Trump by Jny W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. , 11 W. W. Lyon taid t p. O. Allen V lamb lor June and July delivery t An-g&tc and ui Ben lioluolaw, a Polled bull for iH). J. T. siiewarl ba bough a.001) lamb fioinlarge aesorlini (nt nf g ""d Wall I'sjicr. ai'tlif store In Jdercar county ui le dellverwl durranging ing June and July a price from H to iic. Uarrodborg Demo- Bird. "just o k Of It 't c K lr 7. i ' i. r i., t e t.u.-- r .it h 11 rdl l ll i r t met iiid J. C. Jobosoe eold to I). F. lAHfan 2) We al-- hang Wall ,n lit 11 A .Miund lute at We and bought of : Mr. blm u car load of fut bogs at Itgnn bought of J. T. Kwbry i nos INrturc Knuae.l t order mi lort nmbe in,U fivV. H'u u n 'l at ale. ki v Low ymi Linden iuimiv) At the alu f T. S. No. W Main M , ! Telephone ..i. lL'l. Grove herd of Jereny at Ooopentburg, t I.. -e-average price wus &.a.ll Pa., the W tor l, 100: two dro lloyal Marjoram others brought ieOo each) 35 females LnuiuhL 'H)lll SU0 hi ieQS&. There were ooly about 100 entile en oral. A. E. GIBBONS, 1h i -t Danvilie, u, v , Paint, Grlass and Brush Business. in o U Cuer' Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &C." t, Tn '.'"J1" ,,,,.. i. j Tm - J" ud . oh" X. the market yeeterday and the blgbe.t U your uUmuiou to ill tlmt vp price wis for a bunch of The palntlnn aeaton ia bim. We wl-- h i. steer, which wae 5o. Ueifere we keep the Keet TluaUy Mued I'ainU, (liU. Vniiliu, llrulifN Ac., in tin- turn k l quiet at 3i to )c. butcher etnff 2 to ! iin. The hore and mato market w unusually dull. Our line uf Toilet Article. ucli a Tofith IItiwIhh Iliir l)iiibe. t'ouih-- , - ,, , Tbe Bret of the new erop of wneai Ac, w couplet, and of Hie veir bmt ipmlity Wndncedny wae received at at. Louie coiupou'id'id froei the 1'iihi! and lW-- i I,.,., i, PlrKSCRIlTION"u'ully xilicil 2 lavWble, Price leaauuable. We jour luHronagr. from Waco, Tcxe. U trdnd No. red winter and tested tl poaad to tbe buebei. Un being, auoihwed ot! on & change It brought WOeeoU a busbtl, Ij each wheat wae quoted. oeaie more than ld TOILET ARTICLES iip-ld- to CRAIG HOOKER. yU$jr Tea. at cltin Juha Y. boulemea. ov of John Ki vleman. oi tbb place, wae maraud buaday tun lutlo mounlain beauty living near Gra. Wo have mK, been fortunate enough ui t tbe ouug la g-- ! o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo - the National Committeeman, the one from Maine, Is for dropping the silver issue, und substituting u plank nguinst trusts and Imperialism. Kvury indication Is that thu battle of I'm will bo fought on tho tamo line as ihut of ISO'). ONLY one of uod O the uhurchus, died at Nb. Dlnkul.iiUsl. formerly a wlduly GOOD FARM FOR SALL. g g Luna Lexington yutarduy-o- f typhoid fovor. known Louisville newspupur man, ttlcd o Hold for llin LOW 1ST O.VSIl l'ricu. O , lie wus uu Australian und Mr. l. J. Uwutvd nuur Turnursvlllu uiul uoutululi.K o Potltlon ' iwnkruiiwy in .New York o IIIll tell iu wus a youu " man of eruat U ..... I plum,. iiinounling to over a Atirus. Kiiomii u the KruiKir wulur-ti- o i.,,. ,iiniitw promise. l, g ., Hut on it two uikhI (liillliiL', It wull i contracted when ho and Ben uudur (jMl feiwcund tin) IuihI U In it o Pictures of Auditor Stono and his 811,000 . o old Sunday Truth In liliili tulu of uulttyutlon. Will uj prlvuli O Uldgely ran tho billy goat whiskers appear la many . OWIlNrf, Aiihm. V) ly. QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Louisville. MaCoriiiuoks o mime. George A. Kllnguuo is holdiug u o uieetlug .Vi the ixiarl o series ol o cucli night at Ho'clouk house O O lij' o goet White Lead, Linseed Oil, Itofldy Mixed I'alnU fur o o o o o all l'nrpoa o q Wall Paper and Alabastine W. B. McROBERTS. enejimnmniwpei naj THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f 3TANFUkii, B. C. WltlTK It llltO 111. Mns. S, K. Utci: has returned from a very plcaant vltlt to Texas. r.WM . ivi., f -j- f u.-.r. .. f.J( 1 .Q w Waltos, Hi?niNi:wt Manaoiih. Soiia Watiiii, leo eolil, pure nnd most refres.ilngut fanny' Drug Store. Till! best tnaterluls combined with core, lclll and nerurary Insure good rosIU. No other methods are ever work, l'iiiny' nett In our Dm Story. PERSONAL AMD SOCIETY GOSSIP. J. II. GENTRY bM returned f row U with C- - Tax, U visiting INtTTW pAXTi Kum Wain at nutonvlle. Ml&5 Mamie FlRLPR, a Lextnnoe. U tiM nmi of MIm SaUle UWm. Mac Mart O. BIRR hat returned Iron College m Lewtobonr, W. Vh. MlM Adoib Pom.RWRU.af Waco, to lelllog Mtw EM Etall Hoot. VIWMXBT, of LlnooU, e In k V- - ". JoorwHl 9om- .MOW toWMJ,!. Mokitsc l St. Lout. hU pa-ro- ot Ml Us to MMftKCOORA AXTMX. f lH lor F.vaneton. Ill Cot. lely, yv - 4 Maty lorRay Ru ALU AWD PaNNIR SPRARO M Corbt0 '" la MtRR JtUJKHK HCWKW, Of DHRelllO. ipaMaRTtrai Jay UAnla. with Mr. MufRle Chtawo. mb M wn.ctinHffi.ol MaavUte Tlalttiif M prattf eweet-hoanaflai- . a member which . and two children, Mrs. A.3teo-berge- a Atherton. This cava him six vote-"Xo. 1, J. It. Houtt and It. aad W. C. Hutchison rurvlve. He wa a good old man and will be sad- C. saodidL', delegutu; Xo. 2. J. W. '.. a si tt ly mtoMKl by hi legkm of friend.. A Given delegate: Xo. :t. G. W. Carter J. A. DcdiieraR tell, us that he number of Odd Fellow, from this place and Sam M. Owens itwleeate; Crab . i- - $ ! ha arala tnkea charge of DosMerar'a attended the burial. Orchanl Xo. 1, W. I). Wullen and J yaseaniaj to aali C. McWborter, delegates; and Xo. J, ta a bmoaIbr at tba Matbodlst church. Dlx Itlvar I toller Mill. HfaTOKViLLK JAMRS H. BVRTOK. of Mootromary, Fair George D. O. P. Xewland and J. F. Iloldara, deleDavid Kurtna, irf lllffhlaad, Woatherford telephoned us Saturday Sxake gate: Waynesburg Xo. 1, I.. G. Gooch Ate., to rfeWa ble father. Ha to chkf killed a aaw seaka the.ohr duy which nfternooH that those In favor of a fair and E. H. Caldwell delegates; and Xo. eterk ta tap. J. - MoKlnoey' antoa.a measured eight feet In Icnctb. Saaluy-rllla.'aai Hu.toaville had met and decided to 2, W. t.. McCarty, ildl.:at, voted for Mr. Rbah LRAA.MUA5, of . tRporlaooaa pbarmaeWt, has Thk Hardin men are making a .till hold a three days' exhibition either Hon. M. F. North, thine him 12 votHs la aaaj ' druit store. bunt In this county, we learn. Don't the lust week in July or the first week and he was otilclally declared ttuj noir- arrtrad to Daa-TilWalter C. Greenloar ws toee foe reprasentattve from Lincoln Mia Lwda OWaLRT waat l caushi napping, but coma oat and In Anirurt. po4 oommawoe-Mi- t ateart your rights. elected preeldem; J. K. Baughmae, county In the next Legislature. to yeetoTdwy vice president: V. D. Hooker, ecreta wsk with her sleter, Mrs. i. S, The Hardin men worked a trick and TMR Smnm man are mesw In evMotme ry, and J. H. Hocker. treasurer. Tha Walls. drew a crowd for Kobert Harding by1 o WMKRRrrr. of In this county and if wu are not d I reentry inulnda-- i the following Mr. aw Mr W.C. a ill show ap surprising lr SaturF. F. Sandldge, A. II. C Din- advertising that Gen. Wat Hardin LaaonMor, ware here rataraia widdle, J. C. Coulter, W. S. Drje, J. wmtld be here yeterdny. They got a Mr. aad Mr.. W. M. BoTl at day. Lot 'em all come. vl.lt to e, William Myers, crowd but Harding did neither bitucolf P. Uifle. James Oweaeboro. TUB hoieU here.flodln that leading nor his candidate any good. In fact, if Mr. K. 1. Abamw, who travel, lor people at Vic for dinner count v court T. I.. Carpenter, F. M. Ware and J . his speech bad any etTect at all It lid-Iliad W. til van. Stock in Hustonville fair A Norwood. Laxlnguto. Curry, Howard day. I. a losing business, put up ihe the Goebel ranks and made lib hat, with bU wlto, Kikw rtwta at the price to Sua. Cant. Penny, of tba Sr doenn'i go bagging and Is HWght for followers the more determined. We by tbota who know a rood thing. It Sv Asaph Howl. Aiapn, says that May court day he had intended when it was annouueed Mm. WlU.lt. Ooqk and haodwme fed 190 people, worked hto farce almost could all be placed here If it were Garrard many would be willing to that Candidate Hardin would he here and ton. Will, bara ratarolsrf to to death and lot W in actual cash. pay a premium for It. Another meet to report his speech a: fully as we did from 11 vtolt to Mto MaT Roaarfeo. at wu r. Stone', Thk suit of Mr. Mary Dunn and ing will be bald next Saturday alter-uoo- n Goebel'. and days asro but when Ellxabethtowa. heard cveral that he wouid will Mrs.. Ellen Erabry, ol Uaavtlle, heir. when the data will be definitely MlM LCIV MILLER OtVRJtR not bo here, as doubtless he never Inentertmia a number of bar tittle friend- - of the McGee estate, agaloM T. C. Ball tattled. tended to be. we thought that we could hooia from 1 to H for a houe and lot and tUO, resulted I her pretty eouatry A8K.asiNATED. Jui after the Bale Bob Harding any time and m at in fttvorof Bail, who says It ohi him er. bad tven granted aobangeof venue hear Thumlay evealog. . tended to pressing buslee instead of MlHdk-ARXIS CvaNR HKWMT and V cent to beat the cae: hto attorney, to Knox county and a. Tom Baker beloi' present yesterday. We learn, will .nuio Uella Wood, at Sualwd, dur- J. 8. Ow.ley, Jr , charging him no fee. toding by the tent In which be wa. however, that bo gave : a reason for uoau t Mm. T. T. Owrlagtoa Imprisoned ha was .hot by an uasaatln A heavy wind, rain and thunder hto sp.cch that John llhea had taken ing storm came up about midnight Friday. Saturday. The ball pierced hi up the cudgel for Stone and that GoeMany tree-- were blown down, some heart aud be died almost taetaatly in bel had a mouthpiece In this county, Mias CAMPBRiX and Mrs. Iwl, wheat we thrown and the arm of his wife, whose moan-- i were which twhea-w5tsonic corn spoke for him and . of moilc Had alocutlon but tba damage wa. not as great pitiful to beat-- Jim and Dee Baker avainst Hardin. Then he i iid to -l College, MadtotM rla begged for wttoc. to avenge tberaui-de- r Car. us the tempeet Indicated. A good rain have produced a mrageuph from the ai . guueu of MIm Mamlo Wtlrf of their father and brother, but of also fell In tome portion of tha oouaiy lXTURlOR JOL'RXAI. to try to prove ooui-m- ! Ihey ware not given them. The '' Nll'l. wa showery. we had charged Gen. Hardin with MHB. M. C. WIU.IAJW, Of Sunday and yesterday ANl fatal shot I said to hare come from the that were down Wt saw about Mt Dill). The twin born to Mrs. J. C direction ot Sheriff White's house, but lying wl'h reference to bis stalrment loving or reutmg a Uttuee. VVe hope Elmore, of Jelllco, last week, llvedonly he Is not .unpocted of the tout deed. that Goebel had voted for a trust, when gelsulted and come to live a hirt time and their little bodies were The soldier, surrounded the hou--e and tbo fact 1. we simply said that Mr. Goe!.' bel had so charged and that don. Har wu'um. brought hera hy Mr. KIhmm-- Saturday galling trun the i,.a k'atk Boulk want to CorWa aad burled In hto lot at Buffalo Spring turned themade good hison it, buttaker din hud not resented It or tried to wipe escape, Hand had from him, nor has he done U. he jtreeaa at the wirrlaaw Cemetery. Tbey were boy and girl and &Uld in jail here for nearly it year and the stlm ,',f Mi.ss.udle Hawkla W Mr. J. ware unwed Hurry aad Uattlo. If they wa quite an Intelligent man. He leave so to this good iay that we are aware. Virginia, whleh will otcur were to be taken fnwi them, the Uurdlui; know as well as we do a round doen children, all bojs, one of Mr. made no charge ut all and hU tomorrow. , rent, ought to realize that It 1. much whom Jointly chawed with him in that we Mi: t) I Tlll'RMONn, wife. dajk-belter now than after they had become tba murders for which be wa under effort to tr to make It appear hi was I. C. ,, M,. Kffle.J.T. SHllaa-ao- d unworthy of bim and of the friend.hlp mora greatly attaohnd tn them. indictment. . ( Damllle, and Mr. 1. and one expi.-s.os eii I.iin. r. The murder wa. evidently carefully he ha morethan In the county court yaatertlay, the Ma which wa reciprocated. Certainly we "i Somcrwi. atWBded tha burial A Winchester ride lay will of Mr. Nannie V. Puwell im tight with bim, but be will tlnd ..f Mi.. J.rt Jooee auadaj'. Moor of Sheriff White' houee had no . i KiTir.THOiiou,ol Uardla prohat-M- i and J, W. Powell wa) ap- oo the to Like up the M us read) If be elect front window. Tho barrel was the n. m, J Helen Thurmood, of Uar- - pointed administrator with the will uoht warm. The chamber itf the rlHo Mil : vkl.n liadlwtn at the bedside of annexed. J K. Ilauirhmaa qualified -- ,,!, wa. tosulag from .... . ., ,, iri.i-, Mr. Jones, came with tha a guardian for Oacar aad W. O. B wa open and Garrard and see that thev were sc exploded .hell. "It nu uafortu- - uui lll find ,. ..,,. Mi. J. U. Jooee, of Pluaville, Chandler and T. J. Robinson for Mar the for Uardtn. but he natc thing ttiut gun wu hsund In your carried garet and Xollla It. Carpenter and J. tha hto offleioosnes. will hare at home," aald Col. William to Sheriff in i. f. i,nd. George H. Hocker, of B. McKlnney qualified a adtulul.tra Beverly White after tha search waa be raaetitad. We advise him to rentala bo etarw4 la ta run W. t. tor of Philip Burton. The will of '. ,..x ill.-M hoiuc and oontinaa hi anegeu eaort at Juacttoa City until Rena Fi.bar, a colored woman, wo over and thu excitement bad somewhat to knife Judge Breckinridge tor Bar dnum'-.toi- o ,, ,t jt.utliiiiaa recoverad iumoieutly pjrobalod. Rev. J H. Fagaley wa subalded. "liefore God," cried White, din and he will dtooover thai he t not "I didn't do the killing. There are , , ,a. hae laAiad tha evwli ol authorized to solemnize matrimony. a be Imaglaaa. any numbur of people who have accese M omnliiotent room lor five yaare. ,, ., ami -- loie ' Afu-Harding came John H. Millar, eotartalnmeul to my home. They pea in and out all Thk V. A. M. v.i,-- , Maky Huhhard haa liaaa to read a few Hue, showing that bo Utrmiogaaa, nm , " at tha College la hooor of tho grad- day. I woeii't even near the house when who hoiuc al won quite acre over hto defeat and her irleade uates Friday evening- a a largely at- that hot waa fired." acaVon, ml the I rllque aad pre dtopateh say charging certain An I..ll.itll.ai lik know that It baa tended a It proved a vary happy affair. l. to under arroal for .uotloif with turoloff him down. Mr will The buildlag uod the brightly that Sheriff Whit n detioiiuly eattlod that he Miller is alt right, however. Ills heart uncampus were tilled with guest, the murder, nut this doubtle agl met tUo urt y u,,,, ui pn-If be does (AH the olotng hour Joy reigned true. The soldiers broke rump at I in the right place. uad until ,,.., IMl.ni of liutuford PoHHtlo kto baud, and be won't M(irwa. The member of the society Munuheetui- Sunday and arrived safely ' ' .V P Uu.'.inu. d theKidd's SUiiu eNlstrtuloed ami alter all Uiu giiU ut Itarbourville with Wiley ami Jumee sulk long M of Casey, hud been iireoenttid to the graduate, llakur, Boa M. K Jforui mu a lew tbiiBRlivg tbo peuijle for honor thU aiHir, uwl who changed thu belle, ami bouux around A gentleman from Clay county tell of ...b-- i iUt I tl.,,i " Ai '"" "v"" general imprewion ing ... ana uunnssi). in uu lit lint ' round good urn... paid usuca so that n.arly everybody talked with us that It Is the him is an all Tom HaKer ' ',0 ''"," !U 1" . oUe during the ovoulug. thai Sid lUker killedultaruooH, us at Ui win thalr (utthur upptobation and oveitybody He sutui-duvhi. Mauchostur Saturday night, but thai he lUfreshmunts wore sarved In the nlK ibo r itMHl Friday hut and rlllo wore found In Sherig hto eluotlon. uhunel uml uvurytlilug was .White. Iioiibo when It wu tciruhd. Mr. Warding had so small u crowd ut ilnnu that could uoaduoe to u nice time Sid llakur, who Is a dlstuni rulullve of Htwtimvtilo latt night thut ho wisely cumu up just us thu Tom llakur, claims that tho latter s A torrlllc storm L iTciicr docldcd that it would bo wor.o ut than for years. Old com up, but oalyu fow of tho brother LomnguU 50 ..d .good .W.Xl-ttll- l party broku t;ut their drcesc. Sjioilcd. killed his year ago.while the two weie Waj'no.burg and didn't go there today. ladlus young logging a In the farmer . od to bar Sdoar ItKVNOUua, of the MiKtaaey MUM. ha a vory bad hand aad arm ktfAeteof a mule's blta. v Mt Ver-ao- a Rrv. H. R MUX Mow Uitim Rt'fLsv, wbobaxbwR Koaaa. Me roar county, I teMRtaf bsjr paraai bera. with Laoir, don't fall to attaml the ktioai AUCR OOCVnui aad I. C. at Racket Store Wadmnoav. " MUm Browa. of Oaatjr, f The Twtea-a- - Week Interior Jouk-.va- l Alice a4 Ertna White. to only 11 a year anon. Ramambrr Ms. J. u. OsWDORrr wtM doert ? tarday aad viald over to vaka a ( buat Uwat, BRAWARI) ARMSTMON'ii I1ll xllk with Um twyi laa nig at. Mias KATautKM ORiMBTRAUreMira. at 2fa skein to eloae. Soveniam d with Mrv J. W. Bryaat frota Sna. .. auc-tto- CllUKr.N feci) wheal for talc cheap. Hail. A tevcro hall storm did great J. II. Ilaiighman A-- Co. damage In the I'rcauhersvllto section Friday night. It altnost ruined (0 seres Lost. Whlto silk croahet baby of wheat for J. J, Thompson, 11. 'a iu imia.f iiuiu Pun til acres Lcnvo nt It. K. Wearen ft Son's. iirowf of lho ireolior.vlllo section, for A, J. Thompson, while tho corn Iciy pnrrlinaer of 10()k worth of goods gets a chance on a Hue It very 111 of cerobro spinal tncnlngl- Link LAXtiroim was tin oil le nnd crops of thoc gsntlumen and W. I'. lis. cost for nnulting Kdgar HutaliNon, a (Jrltnes wero badly ilamagod. Hall Hit. W. F. Pilll.r.ti'fl, of Clay, was 10 year old boy, who had cursed him. ttonoi nlmnt ns large as hen eggs foil hero vrntenlny trying to null down the ami a great deal of window glaos was A (loot) I'ltoiiwrrv)!. Mr. Jiime broken. Instructions of this county for himself (Iness on the number of tr,l m a Oounl The guess gets Hie I'ryo, of Iliinionvtllo, uuthorlM wi to for mulltor. priv, MiyNN(al ir Mil,,.nwk mi I.aco Curtains, UarpeN and AT the meeting of the Commercial I haiiitle I)hiiiis .MnltinKS. Id muni fay that he will lr the ICTEMok on earlh fur This I commencement week at the nmni-Yon h uld ne mv m w Oxfords I'rlday evening, the question of a Adtistil.le Insti'iH in Danville U spreading herself JopKNAt. lx aranihi to any one who Cl lllark snil 'fan. I im after tra.lr with the liet .'orxis at the Uiw-i-ys gruueti hciio.i1 tier was discussed and 9 day nml night to make the numy vlsl- - reads his nitrertlratnent In It im pnres leltars read from town, which bars' he Is not profiled tout muh by buyton have a pleasant Uim. showing their great alue as a1 Editors Jambs Marrt nml Lonli ing from hint. H))ulUon drawer, A committee was , 0) Lund rum wrre her Teetcrdsty mingSKATS to the elocutionary contest fl,llfc.llM,l ,.. . u.ii.ISI TT.W. 111K L.I..L.. ling with the court dny crowd and hera Friday evening next arc going ..rlrr,wm.. iu ....mSh .l.k ,U iraiRllb.B) B B AAA 00 manager oi me uinomnati Southern,! gathering, we hoi. many hefikeR IS. H. Deac-le- y Ilka hoi cakes nail who Is to meet It at MeKlfim-In the Out.. W. O. Welch hi buek from Hi t uad S. W. Manefee, the mnaaeror, near futnre. U km till of tell us that the IndleaUon Sprint. where Im arc ifcftt the Mm rbeumattom. He down 'l onnfe to house full crowds of former retire will Highland. and Mr. I. H. much improvement, but hi color and be more Umn Sea W. It. Watt, of HwrlmuH, Tenn.. ai-- visitippenrnnee show that Im telifiprnved. Mcnoberts nt owe If oti wtwM be ing her ulster, Mrs. Hen Itauh. Mrs. , The following young people enjoyed certain of a eaui. Bol Cook, of On way, Is at her father, o( n fox hum under to Thlii, nw the most up dsie , rlery in (Vmr.il John Buugh's. Mr. Sam l.lmrut. of inv iv lieeu are print Mr. J. 8. Rlee latt night: Mlsee Im. Thk IlOwa HARNORr.--W- e f(illpecl wllli the irvdnn. I.cne the new dneovery In optical Ing eomo.troogeodoreeni,)nu by Waat Swaabury, Me.. Is oo a visit to bin bsllA Bailey, Bdlth Griggs, Jennie daughter, Mr. Jnfcn Badgli. Andrew srience. I wish In say to iiie I.itdic Warren, Nettle Wrey, Ida Dickey. Kn4 cltlxea C Tlgaer s Cyclona Bur- Vaung, son of John Youaf, diu.l Kri Woodson, F.toole Shanke, Mary row. Nothing to atare benettrlal to the day of typhoii) OH lover aad was buried Bruce. I 'earl HuraeMe and Mumt. A. forming nubile tiHM an Improved, la- Saturday at the M. E. Church. Just received s large 'totk of the very eating farm Implement nnd wo S. I'rtoe, W. W. Wither.. Harvey bor Mr. Titfner will miet with hearty m n do Balm, W. S. Gmbry, '. M. McKob-r- u. What the Ooebel and Stone ppprmai whorarar he shows hi ma- here Saturday will have tfl be done by 0. A. MaRobert. Llnoola county and every othor main ttrongth nnd awkwurdne... They chine. county In the Suttsj need-- , such ihlng have none of the LOCAL JJAPPOWfla. leader,, who Patterns nevrr old in this loealltv before - have to be seen to be spprecisUd. Stllt- .a are all tearing their ;hlru for Hnrdtn. able for framintc from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings-I- t FOCK watch roiMUrlof at Hamilton's. Tftr. Hute board of e juali nation ba mmildings specially .nllalde for therefore behoove th(He who are Among the lot is tho N'ew French "Fltnr-De-officially notified County Clerk Oaorga rtocRD pnebel bonk Call oo J C. It. Cooper of tba 15 per cent, ratoa on 'opnoeed to Hardin to be on hand and delicate pictures. Embroidered Mats, French sA'ater Ojlor, and all pictnraa that ro. a dainty frame When in Danville, call and ee ns and get our price. Wo Bailey. A gentleman ral estate itod personal property til ont count tbem. ooanty tells u3 who ba!ln'rc 'WV8 thai he j "'" cao go riddea over tha MASON fruit jer and jelly glnsieji at tni. Kinty aad now - Il"r" ",rp,' 1'P"'e """, I'anvine, Ky. of the neonle are ! uuctlng With the ratoa tba believe Baacley Uartor's. for Uoebcl Let them prove it Saturi. es M.IM.S valuation of Units Is 3,IS,So$ rRRsit ttoh aad Tegeiehtoa avary Hat- - a . tba paraoaal property M3,QBl. day and .land up tni, last and all the arday at Ed Hubbard'. T.e town lov, oa which there wa-- no tlmd for their favorite. m riiee, are aascaaed at M.'i,ftT4, making PfORTH Nominated. The LeirMa. a 2L I sl i GIVBN AWAY Mines-thelies- t -- Drop Head SBWlnoJllaDlilnB Free Can-trau- i e t.m, JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. Mer. eeeeoonos89o(itioe DANVILLE, KY. , i y h( --- THE FOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) tlr hte Liatest Designs '" jVJouldijjgs. led tjr tax. two-third- -i ''"' i w " atotMlr4,981,m live convention wsts lieM at 2 1. M. yes- gat. IICTCBIRUN "Uacle Henly"HHtefi-tooa- , terday. Couoty Chairman J. W. nearly 37, died at Crab Orchard Holme presided and J. It. I 'ax ion, was Saturday morning of a complication of niudc aeuretarr. Oo the roll beinir call-o- .l the four Sun fort preolocu, repre-Minte- d trowMe after ti trutracte d lllnaas aad a suited elsewhere, cast their was buried In Crab Urctiard eamatary for Mr. J. H. Millar us did Way Sunduy aftermtoo by the Odd Fellow, ' of hu was for years. ne.butv Xo. 3, represented by Warren A wife lle A WARM 1 'lliKt will HE licp j.iii cool i our Bhrkdihcd whole wueat btoestlw amt Grapa-Xut- e MeKln-ne- y rood at Ulffgtn sj ii Negligee Shirts. We have thom In I- la mie-tako- SILK MADRAS & PERCALS, Our Silk dnish I.ile Miirls and I'rawers arc rcs;ii ar ice cream freesers. JOHN P. JONES. ZSs aec-toar- y. -- S9 vxV flJLarS&i 3SsES. vi jrj m IfBJV R7 ts& , i lev-ela- d. k u Wednesday, Saturday And Satur day Nights' J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. -- ess im 0 ed. i ::1, w:rr ruiS mmsmmmMmsmmm -- i , r MK-let- -- aMO-iale- lllu-mlaa- 1 Wo uccu-tonall- l" iwtt-Ruoa- .ae fr Ton'hi.'S- - - HIGGINS & McKINNBY. :' l u THElNTERiOR JOURNAL IN' Mir.LKitsmmo'. HUSTONVILLE. V SUlUflll - YK..Y1 AUVASCK be tMnted. T Whfn not topaid 013.CS will e , r- -x ,u TIME CiSI KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 5 Arrrlteiat Stanford at 1 M a. M. S0 Mantbrd it No. 4 No. 21 Arrlte. t Ilowlaml t JJ ifl DAT. 3 so r. at. t stanlord No. M Ite KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ho. J Train going North Ha. 3d " " South o. is " o- - . " IS M p m ...... 1 41 m 1km ......... li K p lu ........12 For illlPotnta. nO'HUI TICKETS WJLU. IIAOOAOE CHECKED TIIKOUUII. For any lnformitlon enquire ot JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. TralnileaTe Frankfort it 7 A.M. in J S 40 p. M., onnectlng it lleorgetown with Q. A C. and . Lear llrli M. andS 10 r. tVlt a. m. and il 30 r. .. connecting; at eow; (J A C. and reaching it 9 15 town with 4. K. j,EWTOSl a. O. P. A. .:IOrVll QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trilm pui Jnnrtlon Citr followi Ho. 1 Soiith ...It 02 p ra No. J North.. 11pm ... 4Hm ..II M m "4 " " No. " " .11 21 in No. 5 " OT05pm "10 " ..eoom Ra.9 " ther thin Junction Cllj. No.. 1 ..llpm fur- and 2 do not Hop. and 10 run no RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food Tim Crnh Orohard bito ball nlno will linO. W. 8. OKINSTEAD WHITES OF HIS play a game hero next Saturday, 17th. CltlMtCtl AND OTinill MATTIHM. Much Interest is being mnnircsicti to Dr.tu iNitr.itioit. I nm reminded tho meeting held at tho Christian hit nnnthornunrtcp lins passed and church. my promised letter and report of work ML f;.nrL'la Xewburn hai returned - nm lirnn made. This U the third from a pleasant vllt in llollvar nnd many rcMcc" tho cst quarter nnd in Memphis, Tcnn. one of the three. Many ovenis umo Business Is cerlnlnly Improving, u hnppcncd this tiuarter In our have wo are to Judge by tho number of drum- church work to make It attractive. mo r In town last week. Our Kntcr service, with tho open It com as though the editor of tbe r ti. rn ml!onarv soclotles nt iNTEiUOlt JOUUSAI. will have to night, was a brilliant and prontable af change his paper to a dally fair. Our district conrerenco was nnc, Instead of a semi weekly. I don't think in attend :7 mlnUter and delcRates the change In prico ho made tho difauBtiun prvsiuvu ance. Dr. W. astonishing to see the m, mm nnd irraee. Sunday schools, ference, but It Is eagerness of the subscribers when the Kpworth Leagues, missions and educaregular arrival days arc due. This pation each had Its time and place; four per Is of long establishment nnd Us sermons, of which your scribe to question. merits are too furnished one, were striking features E. M. Hutchlns, of St. Louis Mo , is of the meeting. visiting at thff College. lMwln Coop N'mt. we observed "Education uay," er spent Sunday here. A number of according to the program, making ex young people attended tho . a. .,innninnnf the "Oth century fund to our reception at Stanford Friday night M. much protlt and edification. Our people nnd report it an enjoyable affair. F. up generally along this are waking U.Twidwell, A. J. Adams, O. b. Willine of church work: and then camo liam and a number of others went to rtav" with amoatexcellent Cincinnati Sunday to see the base ball iirntrmm nf t)lendid recitations Inter game between the Reds and Louisville. songs by spersed with fine music ana Miss Maymo Wheeler spent several our aolo church and Sunday school days in Cincinnati. n,nlp. A collection ol SU was raisea for this fund nnd then tho quarter end- This etnrv comes from Somerset. Two ed with our quarterly meeting anu me good old women were gossiping over commencement everciscs united. Oo their yard fence, when a load of imSaturday the usual attention was given mense iioles went by. Ono of the wom tn nnartcrlv conference work. Four ad en asked what they were for, when tho ditionstwo adults and one infant bap- - other replied: "Why, law me, don't 'O.VSS tiaid to nastor: presming you know? Nath Woodcock Is running elder paid and a good start made on the a bucket shop out near the depot and next payment of church debt and be them poles Is to be mado into buckets. nevolent collections, was the worK or Kath'll be around here soon selling the the third quarter. whole town some of these Tho Mlllersburg Female uoiiegc.un- - buckets o' hls'n." Danville Advocate. der presidency of Prof. C. C. Fisher, HOWS Tills' closed his second and decidedly best - ..(.. fin iinn.ln.1 thill. r. ltfwarJ for any year of his college work here ana the eax ot Catarrh that einnot 14 cun-- by Hall Catirrh Cure. most satisfactory to the people for many V J Cllr.r.l A Ll'.i I ror..! luiniv.w. We, the underpinned, hare known V J. Cheney one of years. Dr. Vaughan preached year., and Irllete him perleUty - forth, last U Yii.iriM. t rhiirtiir.-- . and Financi ait hu phnraoterlstlc sermons as the Hac- k.M.i.i.in carry out any ubllitition nude by their ally able to calaureate sermon on Sunday morning, Toledo, O. a masterly effort on the institutions of Wu'tllMil Wholesale l, Wboleul. Irug- Wuihmi, Ki.xa.i A home and marriage and highly pleas gl.ti Toledo, I . Internally, aftliij largo audience. Rev. II. G. Hall-- Catarrh Cure li taken I,es-.iwell-know- n filrMMOU PD'rMFrMT r,, Aiij JOHN II. MILLER Ii a cimillOata for the ljtMaliHe. .iibject ptrty. to tlio action of tho FARM FOR SALE On TRADE. 9o .LM f... il. MI.Mirl III- - Well lalei!. W III HI gt.i.1 farming iwmtry Ihl.kle wllle.1 onea.ylerm.urlr.de for farm lu t enlal Ke a dirt.iebc. In 1' l luekr Manford, Ky Ad.lreM lloa (T.) Queen 20-2- I. cresceht ROUTE LOW KATF.3. 20-2- hU candidacy fur rt rloctlon lo the ofllro of UeiirT.rntallvK from tint county of Lincoln, aulijcct to thw action of llm iliv trad. Annnunci-- HON. M. F. NORTH J'plertdUf.iniofinacre.in SoiJi-a- K"J tnyI,i") ttotfracy Rtbllial Assembly, Charlotte, N. C, .Iui o Lodge, St. 11, p O. Elks. Grand ono faro for round Louis, J utio s..i-.v..- W. S. BEAZLKY, D. D. S., R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Stan ford, Ky. LnnciiNtcr, Ky. Tcoth Extracted Without Pain With Vltnllifil Air. I e. f. well-know- n . , irlo. . ... The State L. . A. W- . . ..meets ui muiOHIO In Ibe New Tliompsnn Hullolng. TS t. Pi.iftnnt i . i.'iivch .v mood, June round-tri- p niuteannounces'U faro fur the L. from all olnts in the Slate. Your DR. W. rilYSIOIAN AND DHL'GOIST, wheels carried free. Ak agent for full particulars. Alent f.r the McKlNNItY, - KlCNTUCKV. One-hal- f rates to nutT.Uo, .New or, A. Wood Machine 0o and Walter via the (uecn .V Crescent. Juno 12 inscriptions Carefully Compounded D.y or And alwacent forth 13, with liberal return limits, account Night. imperial Council Mystic Shrine. Ask Lowry Grass Binding Twine, agent for particulars w. C. Rlnear-soGeneral Passenger Agent. tbeip and etlecth hind t wotihof which wilt Toaafarailn voithor lb reg.iar iin-i- . i ai.i Democratic Stato convention, LouisLIVERY, FEED AND 8ALE handl. 2lst. Low round trip rates ville, June STABLE, ua:h::.e surn-ir- : a:;s eefaio:. via the Queen cV Crescent Roulo from Call un m. and I lll ur you money KENTUCKY. all points in Kentucky, good until 2ith DANVILLE, Ask ticket agents for furJ S.Mlltl'HV.Turnen.li:., Ky returning. llorc and Mule, ctn.tantly on hand and It ther lutrtlculars. W. C. Rlnearson.gen-prr- l for .ale at all time. paenger agent. I'bT.lcUn In attrtid-nic- LOADER, J. S. MURPHY, n, B. 3. FOX, A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentiit, conmun von: mimi Live Ste:i C.snlulK iter:biits, - n sTta'K & to coma, iff V v35 MaVataaatMaiBaW 1 J. T. SUTTON, Undertulcor, - Stanford, Ky. ti,i. Central Corlnpton Stork- Yar.U. V"rf,"n Kv.cr liilon Mook Vnrd. prlvl i ( When .hipping Eat bill our them to .lllng leiitral Covington M.n-- ard.. n advantage " wlllmakPlt to our THE DANVILLE CVCI.E CO , I' No 111 rulrJ !. jour tool our pToiiM atli ntlim Offiooor.r Mcltaberu' Itu Stor. In Hulldlin. X2iS th. N 5ffHHJ Owil.J ! Htutonville, Rentuckj rrr broken: BICYCLES r.itANTrri IJn hl.wrrlre. lo lb. I (! oIMm! IJtcoln and Cim, cuuatle., IuIIiUmI ol (ufflo.and hand l, a. Carpealer. Miaaer. ," II.I.E, KV Mason Hotel MltS. U, D.HJIM1-SON- , l'ror.. new-fangl- ed Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington, Ky., Induceai to otTer 5'',ul,' "' IheOhlo P.lr- inJnt. to ami tline crSn..ivliig!liemejtra i : addition to the i ...... bujer. there will I In o , tbe.-.lilll"- SATisr.cTioN Iincanter, t Kentucky. MISS EVELYN TARI1IF, Tho Soamstross. Plain and I'a.hlonable Sewing Cutting and Water Work. .l Pitting a .flalty Nswly furnished, cleau hetls; eplendwi i'orteti KveiTlblng tabic. by meet all trains. first-clas- a. - iU-v- l'rult, nn FIBB, TO THE FARMERS &c AH ! against alum. Alum baking powdm are the greatest mctuccn to health of the present day. otu. nuuno Koni oa, niw tow. Ik Men Valul Mm. Company, Of Lexington, Ky. Flan: INSURANCE REV1S8ED. We Pay While You Live. Old Line Companlei Pay When You Die. In OierllM,'"rldOre tiring benefit. ind Surplai r ftiO.UW II KNEM WEAKEN, Locl Asent,. re ing to the directly mma the Moo.1 and niutwu..urfaiT of the Buy7.V Turner, pastor of the Scott Street t.leiu.Testimonl.lt per Iwltle. Mid by all EaHtcrn & free. . l,,e -- . Covington, preached the annua raiuiir iiu. church, nau Market ers on al missionary sermon to the young Jla- In New York 52 deaths occurred from a nt ntoht nnd delivered the literary In three days. At Richmond, Va., I'or all kin 1. of .took. When .hipping Eajt address to the graduating class Tues heatmercury went up to 102 Friday. don't fall tocon.lgnourcareto prl .lege jou. was ai ms the which will I of benefit day morning. Uro. Turner Vw...f n thp address and the people are STOCK YAltll CO. CENTUALCOVINOTON loud In their praises and say it was the ! arm. will glre prompt attenKruj-Kbi- Foreign the LIFE nation, are learning Hit le.in OHbornc Where fl.o.1 nilrlrnca riollVPrPQ DCrC 1U J A. SM1T1I1IIO MAN. Secy., Islington, Ky. mauford. Ky. 1' Thn nntlnak for the Female Col lege here Is very good. We are glad tn Unnur thnt Stanford U eolhg tO be 60 well represented in the very able fac ulty of 15 in the person oi miss T.vnn shn should be able to bring a half dozen girls and young ladles at loaat. with her. I told some pointed truth In my last nhnntcnmft "comeouters." "ireeminic nA aui-h-. in which I naid a high o tribute to Bro. Helm but questioned his judgment. I see In an Issue oi tne iniTHVAt. whoro he likens It to a boy's composition on pins etc., but he is like the rest of church dlsturoers, airata nfnnintj..l truth, which must be taken in order to counteract poison (error.) ft i nnt the tlrst of his sect that is iUn niKivB that which Is written." Alas that it la so. Pity they ignore bt Pnnl nnd will not "Take heed unto themselves and unto the doctrine, for s In so doing they will both save and they that hear them." Yours for victory on the old trunk line and in old paths. W. S. Ckixstead. i.i- - OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. Oommllon tion to con.lgnroenU. '"" der, and Mower. Their perfection ited to lielng built of the Iwt material that fltte.1 with tbe h,..n.i mi, i.nr Ali only perfect ll'ULI.EU HEAKINtl In et.l-encaaaurlng at all tltne.llghte.ldrart.and companies represented. Only the best -. oi 1?. longe.1 Hie. a iuii line Ninielhlup new In Inquiries solicited. S-our Hay Tedder. K. . MAHONY, Agt.t Stanford. thlaaecllon. IKANK IIOLT.CLAW Manford, Ky INSURANCE. nieiitH Succeed other, fall. mit ttflally oor HinI. cred- Farm Implc e. rrir -- I would like to take option, on good farm. In Lincoln County. For term, and particuWM. LANIKJHAK. lar, address Krlger. Ky. 10 Enjojinj Wm Of Spring I Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Mock, Iliil.tfiO. Suecewor to The r'arruen Rank A Truit and under mui. tuantfenient continu , ou.l)r for Tt lean. H. C. RUPLEY. The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., I Receiving IiIm When You Needy" Itenalred IIukkv bear In mind do It cheap. Your Verdure anil Flowers, while driving around in one of our easy riding or Wagon I caa do It giwd and (! -- (iu.ny Does Your Horse Nd me. "" l5P'0i, shoeing'- - If o bring lilm to Miilerlnl li adancel but I will tdiw lilm t '"UO. Solioits Your Bank Account. HtltLCTOlkS Spring & J. H. CREEn, Sta'tford Kv. Hoping .u.li hu.lne.4 relallont wllljpror. ly .en.a4al an.1 pleaunt. mutual- Summer Goodsf. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Hitn a CalL Just Like a Mill. Von In Stiiiifotil and gel in exci v.. ii 1T...1 .i!ii i.iiv flour. Meal Miln- .tuff. Hrun. Chicken Feed. InAc. cheaper at town. A trial mv place tbiii unv where l.'all I ak. I belleiemyeicliitngd will be and I pledge lllwr. a good thing for fnrmer. come from My al transaction, nnd full weight. ve go.nl. "cr liudderar'. IU JIOKKIS r KE1). Mill, aud are Ur.t-cla-r- f. 3aJ J.J Fred". i.Le vour Wlient aud Corn to Morrl. J.Mi.iIrr, Wllllim Willi. ii.., lioK-h- .Sr.,tS: Exchange) In Win IUuglierlt' war .boil A. W. I'tipenler. H'. It. Cururaini, J. i:. I.vnti. Traps, them-selve- Surreys, Runabouts, : h. II. J. l.Ch,t),l.T. J. It. Ami. (ashler OKIICEIW: J.G.JyacGlAY b. II. bhanki. J. II. llw.l.y.Ca.hler. W. .M.llrlfot, rni'lUMMil e))CAlAMtm9gl3mBitag(b " The Favorite Line IaOtjisviltjE CHICAGO. Iliirkboard-t- , Ac , you can go in comfort o and plea.ure. Our BUpcrli slock of up-ldate Carriage, are a temptation to to Atlantic City. The Cheap rates driving in style mid comllutuiivlllu NorTerrrhainnnnitn .fc Ohio has made a rate of nniiwrtv ti, i?n.iL- - ...i.M,ii,ic at Tim iIm t llliiir U a- tho- who enjoy of nqtrlor make anil exfort They are i .. fare on the certiflone and one-thir- d commodlou. frame building of 10 loom.. In quisite finish. while the lot gind cate plan to Atlantic City for the meet ,!leiidld land. The out- Homeopatlho In inrmf thn A iiu'rloan ,. -- . anu 6c stftute which meets there June l'Jth to building, aro goou So l unru el.tern There , no a to the n.v, Th r.. y O. has through sleep prettier or more coin eiileiu nome inve.i..... bagaln can bo had In It Kentiii-kStanford, Ky. Opp. Court-lioip-ers to Philadelphia und New York Kor furtherand a on J II. particular, change. He sure your uckci llu.toiivlllc.oru II CooiH-r- . Manfonl. 10 without .......i. via tbu Cheai)eake & Ohio Ry. Geo. V. Ruiney, dlv. pass, agent, Lex IlJLi UNDERTAKER! Aud Dealer In Prttty Home For Sale. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKhTAMOIlll, CivlUl Stock $109,003. KY. ........ B. K. Wearen Son, 0"' Thli lrutliution originally po.ll Ilauk ol Stanford In ISM, then reorganised u th. National Hank ofStanlord in 1A andagaln reorganlieJaithe SurFhi, U7.322 eatahllihed aa th. lx rlrit National is Hankol Stanford eal.t-eutef- in 1952, baa had practii ally an uninterrupted ington, Ky. Ill- M1K WAb .'.WEB. Mr J. I.. Lilly, prominent iltueu of llaiiuilut, a a HomUilul dtlierauie Inmi TraittH Morning unit livening from Un- JIu NtlT Jr "1 a fruhtfiil .IetU. In lelllimuf It he lut" I neuuio. Mutual iM'lioidleiertn.trJJi ion Station, lOtli and liroatlway. tuLeaillilui'iN hir.kne.1. My '" U-uU. .NuthluK hell-I'dssomjers tlcsirinj: information and I iwiWu'l tou ill updlIn l. Cunwuipiwu. when I k.u Wisconsin. Minnesota, .Nebraska he.duf tr Km'. tw rates to u. it and points in tliu far West, Including Cal- iui rrat lellef I luutlnwd"Tto tou mui U la "III ell an. .tronii I in'l ifornia, should address pulw' IhU marv.l..u. meJIcli.o all the jure. fK'.OOO .iilil.t cure iuthowoiMlur ieut and IIM $10,000 ltuuM.1. lteiiiilar lUe. .VI Frank J. Keed, Gen. I'ass. Ajjt . .ry ilO.000 blu.ei J rut 1111. fre at ruuy'. Dru K. II. liacon, Dis. l'uss. Agl, ljltleguatliilee-l- . Gen. Mgr. W.li. McDoel, Vice-I're8.Twentv-fo- ur "sweet girl graduatuo" Charles II. Rockwell Trullic Mgr. SAVE YOUR MONEY W tl yean. II teller lupplled now will HAX12T2SS, SADDLEP.Y, &C. KY Ucllltle. for trantacllng promptly and lib long and honorable STANFORD. In.uriiiL' in the Old Reliable erallylbanmr lielorelli Hi oareer. l.l w. Ieltl IUerr. It ,,0. n;,:fs,m u "'' .. . . Newark, Benefit Life 'insurance Co., of New Jersey, Auouma of Indlilduali, tlJu(larle.,nru.l atdlndltldualiaollclled. ..i i A.MZI DODD, I'reiidonl. c fiiinr.iv id Siiriilu. $3.391. lbO.71. r-- " -- J- -.... UIHItTOat, V, Iteld, Unioln Co. J. W. Hiyden,. Stanford S.T. Ilaftli, " li. II. Ilaugtuin, " Hill, ii " i .. o" Mortliwestern. New York Life, " r.i.iii.bh.. " " " MI.0 J2S1.10 J. S. lloiker, W.l " T.f. ' ' 'altou " W. A, Tilbbl., ,lT,...ua. ,WTf I Southern Railway TIIK SOOTH'S GffiWf I'ENETKATES space. SYSTEM. tho trouble into a short VOIiCANIU played on eight pianos at thu same in Georgia. edtoreilucoptemlumsori.i .i..... ... ,i .,iniiiiini-i'inin- t 'rim iiimnv must havo been dieadful but tho inventor of tho schema is not Ho compressed without deserving. Ky.. or W. MiUl'riO.NS Joy Are grand, hut wlii eruption! rob life of Corn., iina Fe.er .!., Uc.r.. HoU.. "vaiti. tut.. Uiul.. Hun... btaldi, Ibapiwi a in. rut iur ou e.ria, "umfnaaid A.hN. Only W. cu. a box. LM.. gu.rantiu. oow uy l ea-- ScaWrM nivhs,,are ... J. II Colller.CrabOuh'd M, D.EIiuore, btanford. M.J. Miller, Ml.Vemou lutbe MdtoberU Ca.hlir, YOU GET MORE Tltf r njr ulhc r ubiulirllutli lu iilillltkf illi.l it il tn t It v , lrontroent limer AU, J ,S. llock.r, A. A orricm. J.J. Cuuiler Jourual llao la McKlnu.r AMl.tiutCalil.r. B. MAlluriT, sK" -- "" ' "JL comes from TO FARMERS. i 104 Papers One Year rn fsiifu. For w SoiuetbluK SparklUiK Kxhllara'in.:, Itofrrthhij; our EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia North aud South Carolina, Alabama. Mllglppl. tel itun m 20-2- 3. m Through Sleeping Cars jt w tfetweeu Louisville ant the Houth. THREE DAILY TRAINS Racii way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TOHIC, O. V. A.. Waiblnglon, I). O. W. II. TAYLOE. league convention, Tho C. II. & Iud., July D. Ry. will make a rate of ono faro for good going July the round-tri- p, good returning to and Including July 2). Uy depositing 60 cents with joint agent, tickets may bo extended to and including Aug. 20. See C. II. & D. agents for Information. Kpworth India-naiwlls, 10-2- 1, Soda Fountain Mojcr Hucklxurd. and Huggh-a- . Harden Plow, and Double MioveU. Will pay market prlcu for Wool. Hack. furnl.htd ary time. All kinds of Furniture and any piece ir ! kind of llurne.s intl want. Call on 3 Oliver Chilled I'low. and Hupalra. Malta Cultivator.. U'.t lu thu world. Iiuorlng Itoll and Hall Hearing Hinder.. Deerlug Itoll and Hall Hearing Mower.. Th. Iwlie. WW Cturlrr Journil li Hi. cipial of luauy ilalliea, aud th. aurlor of all other aeri. It print, auoie real new., uiur. good tlaa. m.tlei, umr.guo.1 aiorle. tinu any other, la.ue-gfc.t tvunulailou lo W.luelay andhiturdjr amenta, rauipietopui freoouappluailou Writ. lo CD., Uulailll., Ky II, hpe la (Arraugtiuent Vim Can Hit Th I), tl. CAItl'E.NTEH. llt'STONVii.i.K, Kr. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. COURIER-JOURNAL, A. 0. I'. A. Loulivlllo, Ky Grasshopper are dumugiog co crop In Cusey. the to-b- a t ud Th. On every tura of llio valve. TWICE You w ill s it n 1 larn how delicious eicli And willing tu pay top price. In cash for cl the u.any diinKi wo prepare is. llolhOn. tear For IVatlicr., Duck., Une, Chicken., Fgg., And you wi 1 soon learn that our soda Turkev.. Oln.iuir. Yellow Kixit, lieu. Wax. $1.25. aud Copper, Il as puns aid wholesome as perfect ma- Hides of all klud.. be. lu tliu lira... Iron wool. luurket for Till, l.a In. . .li ..il.ar-rl- ll..n. UUII, .11 .OO- Ilones. AIM will w. v......,, ..vu ....!.. All ..l terials and gnat care can make it. SVo mo aud got my prico lieforu billing, uud rriplloni under.vh ikl. luuihiiutloa oiler mutt U get s(ut cu.h. Call at my heudiuurtur, mui Ihiough lliliillnc. I'errln A Fence's (Jltlce, near Dei.it. W-A-ILSTTIED Only Penny's Drug Store. Stun-fur- d, Ky, U. KOIilNfcON. W. I' WAI.T0.N'JT4,,0KU, Kv. I