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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 16, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899061601_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 16, 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. MtTvl iwBS""" SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11I Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE ML VERNON, 1G. 1899 10 A. M. NO. 31 Tho Hlght Gables Hotel, of Livingston Is tho busiest onu of thu mountnlns. Thu late spring and wet weather has caused delay In working tho corn crop ami farmers urn hluo. A Methodist meeting Is lu progress here at the court house, conducted by Revs, Mills und I son. The tlh of July picnic will bo hcldi at Adams' grove nnd all uro looking fllKll'IIPll ... .. .l..n .. .1..... f.. ...... ...ltl ' 1 IIUIU Will J IU' hllUU. be speeches by eloquent orators and other features of Interest. Gulncs Adams will make It a success. The race for representative promises to bo u lively one. Several strong republicans havu announced themselves, Uurgess Hethurum, tho county chair-inabqlng most prominent. Who ever NEWTON CHAIO, J. gets tho nomination Is llablo to win, us After a year's confinement to his bed, Rockcastlo und Laurel give republican hohilessnnd almost blind, Mr. J. N. majorities. 1.a,.pil HPIVCutullV away at 0 f!rn.li Mr It S. Martin und Mrs. H. E. o'clock last night. H'i daughter, Mrs. Pruthcroe, of liroJheud. are visiting J. K. Hrucc, Mis Lena Hruco and Dr. relatives In Lynchburg, Vu , tho early W. N. Craig, his nlcco und nephew, homo of Mr. Martin. Mrs. Dr. A. G. hiivo been unremitting in their atten-tlon- n Lovell and daughter visited Mrs. Bran-aa n at Ilereu last week. to hltu and hiivo with the assls Mrs. Mat tancc of tuolr friends aal families Hallard, of LIvingslou, Is quite HI. Mr. nursed him faithfully during all the G. II Cook und Miss LI da uro visiting months of hi confinement. atJullIco. Mr. Craig wns born In the tint! house Tho jug trade hero received a blow East of thu Presbyterian church, Stan when Judgu Evans gave bis decision ford, and has always made his birth- In regard to local option counties. The place his home. Ills parents were more dllllcull it Is to obtain the deadly Wllllnin Craig aud Elizabeth Mills and beverage, tho less its admirers will he was bom Dec. '22, 1S13, making hi in drink. If they huvo to go to other now In his NHh year. On thu 17th day towns and bring It buck in baskets, wo ot June. lS3fl, he was married to Miss think the trade will soon decline. The song entitled "In Tho Sunny Nancy Hughes und they lived together 15 years; when her South, an L. ic N. Romance," by Mrs. till May ltl, labors ended and shu went to her re Rosalind Netbllt, is lu tho hands of the cr.l. Rnrnn children were born to publishers aud bids fair to be very popthem, three of whom are living: Win ular. The chorus will reach tho heart Craig, Mrs. J. E. Mruco und Mrs. Julia of every employe of tho road and.many others wtioeo nearest Interest arc cenDunn, Shortly after his inarrtugo he and tered Ihero. It reads: his wlfu Joined the Presbyterian "There Is music in all seasons, In meadow, glade und glen, church. In a few months ho was elect Hut the sweetest Is the whistle ed deacon and soon an elder, which of Of the dear old L. Jc. N." h.i nitPil Inr nearly (10 years. He Uo sure to write for a copy at once. was chairman of the board of trustees Mrs. JcIT Pennington is very 111. Mrs. He of Stanford Academy for 30 years. Kate Tharp Is the guest of Mrs. Alwas a merchant the greater part of his bright. Holbert McCluro Is here from life and In his day sold lots of foods Paris. Mrs. John llrown and eon, Coon, Originally a whig, ho Joined the demo ure expected to arrive from Texas this crats when that olltlcaI organization week. Mrs, Geo llrown bai been quite becarao defunct and has since voted the 111 with tonsllltls. Llttlo TunnaTbomp-son- , straight ticket. He was several tluiss has returned from tho Louisville mayor of tho town and In many ways school for tho blind. Edgar Albright . was a useful man to tho community Is at homo for vacation, Miss Ida May A lone und blameless life Is ended Adams returned from Pnvllle, where and tho tired spirit rests In peace. she graduated at Caldwol) Cpljugo last Uurlal ntll occur this afternoon at 4 week, Miss Lena Newcomb li Improvo'clock from tho rcsldencoof Dr. Craig, ing nor town, property. Mr. and Mrs. where deceased had tnado his homo for M. C. Williams will ranvo to Stanford several years, At the cemetery Hov. lu thu near future. Thu delegation that attended tho W. S. M. Ilankln will hold a short service C. T. U. con volition at Ourea, roort a and then tho remains will bo laid tho wife, who went beforo IS pleasant trip. Mrs. Hanson, ttn.ictlvo president of tho local union, was untiryears or more ago. ing In bur olTurts fur thu welfare of tho STOCK." UND AND delegates. President und Mrs. Frost, o J. II. Greer sold to John Spoonn-mor- of thu College, Prof, und Mrs. Dodge, Prof. Fulrchild und In fact tho whole 10 calves at 811. Heazley sold to J. Hoy JI. Hose faculty of ltl at famous school, did all In i:. II. their power to make pleasant tho sothree sows and 'J I shoaU for fc'5. of thu tith Kentucky Hudson Hros., of Louisville, bought journ of thu ladles district, In their lovely llttlo village. 15 aged mules at Uo to $)0. In Adair, Hobert Sims bought In tho Southern We wore Impressed with the nrdeily manner In which tho school Is conductend a lot of butcher cuttle at :i to Mo. ed. We heard it rumored thut u move IK) acres of good lund, either For sale, be inudo to conduct the school for In one or two parcels. Address box will colored pupils separately in thu near 100. diTho Kansas City Driving Club hits future. This is u tnowi in thu right mift mo with which to equip u rection and with tho $100,000 endow, .I iiiont fund it should be easily managed. truck- A law In Coloruda makes docking This school was begun lu 1853 by .luhii G Fee, who gave a short uddress ut tho horses a crime punishable by both lino V. C. T. L. vonventlon. llesldo the imprisonment. und Wultor Smith other speakers, who huvo already been Henry Hoblnson shot Munches-tu- r, to death ul Hvansvlllo, lnd., during u mentioned, Mrs. Manning, of president of tho 11th district, lent thu possession of u hoe. light over Hurry A. J. Agnow, oue of tho bet her gracious presence to the occasion. known tralnurs of trotting horses on Christian Kndeuvor Convention, Detho Pacific coast, Udeuu In California. Is the tlrsl troit, Mich., July 0 to 10. Thu O. H. Ida C. by Jauk Dawson, & D. will muku half rates for this con2:15 performer of tho year, having won Tickets good going July 3 to 2:111 ul Haltlmoro thu other vention. nraco In Good returning to und Init Inclusive. day. Gen-an- d cluding July 15. Hy depositing 50 cents At Lutonlu Wednesday J. H. Hon with thu Joint agent, tickets muy bo extry's Prosecutor run second llrat In their tended to August 15. From July 10 to Hrluht's John Yerkos li! Inclusive, side trip tickets at low respective races. Cohen, who wushero this week, rates will bo sold to Northern MichiMutt gan resorts nnd olnlo lu Canada, us tells us that Richmond will huvo u will give u big pur.u probably fur Hast us Quebec. Call on C. II. ft I), agents for information. $1,000 for saddle stulltons. Tho average cost of grain und ikon ni:uvi: for u cow Is estimated ut $35 u H'i llielt'.ull of III. M'lfuJl.l health. Indoiulta-M- e louiul If sho yields 150 pounds of where lll sal irsmvudoua vwtrty are nut are out a yeur. Mouiaih, Uver, Kldueyauud lluwrW lliow Ulltti If you butter, worth 'JOound u culf worth $5 of order. brill, waul lit. Kluy'a ."r suit lb I'lll.. Life ui sho Is kept ut u loss. Thsy ilatrluii uttrjr ofr of bralu aut bjjy. Moore has purchased John Ouljr tie al iVuuy'a drug store. Col.L. G. T.Cussoll's Uno farm of 1150 ueres, neur John Glenn, for tho murder of a man Harrodsburg. for $00,000 cash. This Is ball bat at Louisville, goes sale that has occurred with a base tho largest land clear because there is u statute suylng In Mercer county for a decudo. thut tho murdered must dlo In six Tho Richmond Climax roorU that months from tho injury to constitute Hallard bfcught SO J. W. and L. A. murder, und this mun died utter six btcers from Mat Gibson at 4.10 und 11 months und two duys. from John D. Harris ut4 cents. heifers Sales of u car loud of hogs ut 3.05 und Thu amouut taken In ut thu "0 hulfcra for July dullvcry ut 4.10 uro light was $35,270. Of reported. ulfo this Fitzsiminons got $.'15,581 und JefThu Old Dominion, tho splendid fries $27,051. Thobulanco wont to tho ! m . n, aHt naaaaaafaBk .SE BSE WHY willlnm nonrn SUFFER HaDHPvE Died at his borne near Stanford, Ky. May 3D, of u eniuiilleutiiui of dUeuses, Mr. Wllliiitn (iiMjoh. uni- of Lincoln county's wealthiest mid iiinst Inlluen-tl- al lr (Som-eltlzeiii win an upright and worthy Pltiz-- n jlven tomnny uhiirutnble deeds, u ilcuiitd husbuod and ulTecllontitu failitrr. In the death of this good man. we recognize n public calamity, he being a man of sterling From Heat "When You Can Keep Comfortable, By Wearing Our Light Crash Suits ? ' ll, iu be-sl- do character and- - great energy. Through the medium o( his business ho was a benefactor to u large community which looked to him for direction nnd employment Ho was u public spirited man and fostered carefully every Interest which was calculated to benefit his community His was u high type of citizenship and his walk before hlsfel-lowmwin irfirlght. It wus In his home (where he wus mi dearly loved) that his character thnne out the brightest, living anas truly mindful of his relation as a husband uud father, especially kind and attciilUe to his beHow loved wife and llttlo children beautiful It was to see with whul loving devotion h's wife und children cared for him In tho lust month ot his Illness, doing nil that loving hearts and willing hauls coulu do to alleviate his torrlblu suffering. A few duys beforo his death he celebrated his tWiib birthday, having with him his wife, 12 child two brothrcn aud 25 ers, a sister, teveral nephews and a few special friends. It being bis wish that all of tueso should be with him on this occasion, It was truly touching to see how solicitous hu was for tbelr comfort and how bruvuly und unselfishly bo tried to conceal his own suffering. To his beloved family his lots is Irreparable Hut the consolullon of the blessed Gospel Is for these sorrowing loved ones. They are assured that their loss is his gain, and they have tho sweet thought to sustain and cheer them that In the brighter world to which ho has gone, thero will be a gathering of oro-khouseholds and u reunion of sundered ties under such coudltlonsns will yield Infinitely higher und sweeter enjoyment tbuu was possible urn Id the scene of the world's confusion. For we rejoice In the belief that his last und was peace and that ho now wears upon his brow the crown of glory. an grand-childreen We Carry a Complete Line Of Summer SUITS, HATS, SHOES, Underwear, &c. We Dress You Right And Ieep You Ijappy Come to See Us WJien at Court Monday. THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., KEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Danville, Ky. mi Soldier and Sailor Intelligence. ..-..- The anniversary of the battle of Santiago Is to bo celebrated ul tho Greater American oxHnltIon In Otnahu, July II. It Is ruH)rtcd ut Manila thut tho Filipino Gen. Lunu and his Lieut, llaiimu, have been assassinated at Agulualdo's hcadquui turs. 1 nere nas been some pretty severe lighting again ut Manila uud for u while tho Americans got tho worst of it. Thulr lo- -. was W und the Filipinos Alde-de-Cam- lull-un- More recruits wanted for the I'hllip-pluesTho recruiting olllcer In Le.v Inglon bus just received Instructions from tho war department to enlist u number of white men for Infantry cavalry und artillery service in tho Philippines. These mun will bo sent to Sun Fruuclscu ut once to connect with steamship sailing thu latter part ot this month. Now Is the chunco for you to muko a trip around the world. This opportunity will only lust u fow duys and in on wanting m join should apply at the recruiting o dices In Luxlugton, Ky., or In Ashland, or In Somerset, ul oncd. . uiu. Walter Petrey. i.', and Mls Maggie Long, IS, were married at M. A. Mld- dleton's yesterday. Judge Dorelng has rccommenaeu tno establishment of a postolUce at Am brose, Clay county, H. C. Hurbln to be postmaster. Tho court of appeals atllrmed tho inwor pourt In tho caso of Ales Pence, sentenced ut Hichmond to 10 years Im- prlsonment for killing Jamos tamltn. O. P. Harnhlll, of Lagrango, won the annual gold medal oratorical contest ut Centro College. J. W. Munsfleld, of Springfield, won second medal. Cupt. P. H. Thompson, of Hurroda-burpurchased some struwberries from a huckster and upon cutting one mouse jumped out. open a He hus both on exhibition. Tho Altninoni coal mine has been sold to V. H. Klnnalrd, of Lancaster, H, M. Jackson and IL C. Thompson, of London, und John V. Hairls, of for JL'i.oOO. Tho property Is full-groLex-Ingto- I rimmprfinnfk S I I I i Serge and Luster Coats, Serge Coats and Vests, l Beautiful Soft Shirts, i(i) (!), f(V JM IM Trettv Patterns In endle v.irivtv, (nun 0i! to ?1 50. White nnd fancy ity i 1 Ifil eiT? fp w ttUhiUkhmymmL Straw Hats Fr ill c'iiH-o- mm m?mv $mm i.;v P Ires 10c tn f 2. CfciTTEHMS ifilii tivhrv worth f.'10. 000. Tho Advocuto doubled up Wedneso day to glvo full reports of Centro commencement exercises, includ President Ing tho full text of A, K Stovcusou's admirable address to tho Alumni Assoclutlon. Col-leg- '!;! V) 0.SH. V) i (): I M. J. M'ROBERTS. Iron Fence. churWsInFprWeuS. There will bo no preaching at tho church Sunday, tho minister advertised to preuch being uuublo to Uuptlst come. Cypress Shingles. Uuptlstsof tho United States and Cunuda huo about 3d million dollars invested in schools, colleges, universi- pus-turu- .VtSl UUUAIIL STIIOMI. H!m vitiuu made cluur. styes removed ami Mils or sure eyes of any Ltud KiunumtoU spot'dlly and t'UVcluully cuicU liy tliu uto of hutlivrluun's Vmr Kv fralvu. It's put up In tubis. und sold ou u guuranleu, I'or suit, ut Penny's Drug fcUort WUJIK Soma Kansas wild mun thinks that by grafting the strawberry und milkweed plants wo cun huvo strawberries uud cream uu naturul. Then combluu It with sugar canu aud there you uro. Ml KU.IirTO I'OLINI.S. Th noun ii who la lorrlr lu face, form aud iviu-- r will always line frltu.U, liul one wliu would lw attractive luu.t lisr u.allli. If .ho la wvak. Ickloy aud all run down, h will lis iivnoua ami IrrllaMa. Ifaks lia. txiutlutlouor UJiieir iroubis lisr Iniuuro blood will uuw luilt, bloUksa, klu sruplloua and a wrrlilml ivuililou lUnlrle Mltcra L lh Utl luixl'dlKi lu lk world to llrir aud kldaryaaud lu urify Ilia Uuu.1 11 klrea sirvun lifrvr., bright m, lui.wth, (duly Ulu, ritb iviupltalou. Il will make a Kjt.looklng cbaruilutt woiuauofa Ouljr W irulaal IVnoya Utug bloto. Joifrlcs-Fltzslmmo- ns a" steamer Va., und New York, wont ou tho rocks Tho 12ih uuuuul session of tho Kens In James rlter, just beiow Richmond will bo held at Tho city couucll ut Georgetown bus aud Is badly dumuged, Tho ship bus tucky Chautauqua, Loxlngtou June 27 to July 7, Inclusive. llxed tho tux ruto ut 80c. about 12 feet of water lu her hold. m plying between Richmond, club. ties, etc. Fully -- .000 people attended tho dedication of tho Union church at Keats, 'burg, Adulr county. Eld. 55. T. Wll-Hupreucbed tho dedicatory sermon. Tho trustees of Hotbany collego at Morguntowu, 7f. Vu., havo elected Dr. Kersey, ot Washington, Pa., president in tho place of President Hagerman, resigned. Memorial services In honor ot tho lato Pastor Duvld Haonu, from will bo held at Moreland at 11 by to a. M. next Suuduy, and bo conducted AusCampbell, Hevs. Huntsmun tralians, and friends of deceased. Tho meeting at tho court house at ulght conducted by George A Kingman und bis brother aro well utteuded and much Interest Is inau fested. Mr. Kingman Is u member of tho Christian church but dllTors wlfh tho doetriuo of that church In that ho believes neither In Sunduy schools, missionaries or tho use of un organ In church. Aus-trull- u, A.C.S1NB, jMctal Hoofing. stahfo:rd,ky: &1 Mill Work. A Family Carriage Tirol combines henuty and comfort with convenience, is oue of our well made, easy riding and elegant Surreys. It is unexcelled (or workmanship, durability and comfort, and will givo inoio satisfaction fo general family use than other carriage luidu Wu ure tilling them Clump and Fast. B. K. Opp. Wearen Court-Housc, & Son, Stanford, Ky. .t- - vP ii,iif i V BRIEF NEWS THR Court of Appeals, Judgo DulTy! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL dlsientlmj, holds that tho convict pa-- j Jt Bftcon Sona wcr0 Incorporated role law Is constitutional and that lhowIth ftcaplui tock of $050,000. sinking fund commissioners alono can wmlam Mtt(jKRrU was killed whllo also holds that the gov 6, 1899 exorcise makor in Le,chcr coon- Junk Stanford. Ky., ernor can bo overruloJ by a majority . of tho board of commissioners. Tho. ,uct of Kentucky wH W. P. WALTON. action was brougm oy mo Cilln,Blcd at 13,000,000 gal u commissioners of tho penitentiary Inn against Warden Llllard to compel hlra Spanish field dIocos We havo received several loiter to rccognlzo tholr paroio 01 Jonn Onoofthotwo located at citizens of Clay county Dugan, of Bell county, who is icrvlng allotted to Kentucky will bo from tho good Frankfort. with urRlnjr us to uso our Influence sontenco for tho murder of a It Is estimated that 80.000 American Gov. Bradley to declaro martial law John C. Colson, a brother of Congresstourists will spend 1W),000,000 In F.u- could only bo dono thero. As that man Colson. Gov. Brown held that upon tho petition of tho oniccra after tho law was unconstitutional and ropo this season. rnr.innxr.Tnhn H. Dennis, who was declaring that they aro unablo to pre- nvrvhodv knows that ho knows moro caught under his engine In 11 wreck at step towards serve tho peace, that law than the court of appeals ever wm. fh ,nj.,r,ei. ' d, d brlnplng order out of chaos can not bo Tho decision gives murderers and Wnr Marietta. O.. 0 quarts of nl- considered. The ofilecrs In chnrRO In other desperato criminals further cxiilodcd. killing two men that county aro apparently law break-or- s chance to thwart tho justtco that has and wrecking several buildings. themselves and but for their been meted to them. Wm. Bingham shot and icrbaps fa- which cnablo them to rldo roujfh miiw wnumW John Hlcdlo In Hell enemies, ralp;ht bo shod over their Hvkhy man who want Goebol to bo of a house sent, to tho penitentiary themselves. governor, should let nothing proven county over tho possession Eighty-tw- o members of tho Win .now Sherltl Whlto Is responsible for hlra from attending tho convention to That L. tc K. for an tho assassination of Tom Baker, If ho morrow. It will bo called at - v. m. York regiment, sued tho j:)0000o damage for per- l0 is not guilty of tho cowardly deed him- sharp and all democrats who promise ,, 1 self, seems to bo unquestioned. Tho to support tho nominee are entitled to . h(M d house and thero shot was fired from his man may havo none 01 too so- vote. Our against 30 In- Mlctment Is every Indication that ho was privy called politicians to urgo his cause but and 13 nBen. doing to tho worst of murders. So lonfj as that Is a small matter compared to backed by tho such a man Is sheriff, numbers. Wo havo the men If they (if anneals has reversed Th,. other officers of tho county, and so will noma out and. by tho eternal, if Judjjo Eversole allows himself they do wo will havo tho Instructions. the judgment of tho Franklin circuit lone as Insurant e to be bulldosed and run awny from his Don't fall to bo hero and be suro to bo court which indicted tho duty, assassination and ottaor murders on time. Senator Gocbol has raado a companies for conspiracy. Prnilpv Augustus, of Loulsvillo, has will run r nt while tho weaK anu law i aonil ilffht nnd the nconle arc going to damage .. " abiding sutler tho consequences iWO sec mat .no .nas nis ruwuru. lrjou are Ucd his brother for $10,000 nn,i i, .11. lor siriKioK mm courses seem to bo open to tho latter. oq hand lomorrow and prov -fjaa I. .iu rieu liu fhnl. mlrrntlf. TnOVI l. abllng him for fivo weeks. ....,-- , . j it by falling Into his lino. buu.. is A young woman from Louisville, are mighty, and form an army for tho or nnmml Gertie Surrau. committed sul - WhtillRn crowd called the Lou extermination of the Tinon to have tho county abolished by tho isvilio primary, but seeing that it fas cldo at Covington by taking rough next Legislature. Something must be beaten by its own skin game, tho com- -! rats. Thero was a man in tho case. FlrnniTavlorsvlllo destroyed Hogo dono and dono anlckiy. A human life tnlttce called the election oil and nom- tc OfTutt's dry goods and clothing store, much consider is not regarded with as Thft ad. A iti.L.1 tr. Irj llklnp'. anu J. atlon as a hog's by tho cowardly am- -, . . traltoa tlcket whleh was chosen Chas. D. Porter's tinware etore U be hunhnra of Clav county and people are hv fmm s.noo tn 10.000 maiorlty, will L. Barrow's saloon. Tho loss ( ' $15,000 and $20,000. possessions not u j tleelng from home and continue In tho field and as usual, there tween Dunnelon. Fla., two Negroes wero At knowing when an assassin's bullet may Is hades to pay In Louisville. I ho mob of pierco their hearts. The soldiers have knock out of tho Buckingham boss lynched Sunday night by a men lynched shown that they can not even protect gives satisfaction to decent people gen- thoir own coloc. The Negro who a prisoner from assassination and it erally, while It also shows that Whal-le- n were accused of drowning a ago. shot an officer oeveral weeks useless to put tho Stato therefore seems will not be able to make tho city Mrs. W. C. Batrd, wife of Postotllce to tho expenso of sending troops there. instruct against Goebcl, whose chances iniv.rtnr W. C. Balrd. formerly of who will kill a horse to pre- brighten hourly. Creatures r.nii!nvllle. drooped dead at her homo vent a messenger from taking news of con A Hardin' man said he has from the on Lookout Mountain and rolled a thoir misdeeds to theouteido world and tho Courier Journal cor- - beginning seen that his favorite had siderable dlstanco down its side. intimidate Near Galloway's Mill, In Warren respondent for telling tho truth will do no chanco In this county and advocated any thing and tho only way to deal the policy of making peace with the county, 30 men went to tne noiu wneru with such savages Is to kill them like other men. Had that. Instead of a blutl P.. A. Woolbrlcht, a noted chicken took him to a cattle, wnlch we hope a law and or- - policy, been adopted, and had Hard-de- r thief, was plowing, and nii nftnr tvlnir hlra. eavo him 50 club will do, if It can not brln the log not been imported to bullrag his fiends to terms In any other way. Th superiors, Hardin might have gotten a lashes. In Harlan county Tom Mcsscr, one average mind Is hardly able to grasp J 8meu in tho county. Overtures of peace ohnntlp condition tho nnd rnmhlnatlons aro bclnc made in of the worst desperadoes In tho moun.no Vi n by a member s. t b .nllnA county OI (Jiay IS in or iu ruuuto tma these latter days, when tho handwrit tains, was shot and killed wero mixed who state of anarchy and disorder that ex- ing Is so plainly on tho wall, but it is of the Taylor family, feud, and anom- It Is almost past compre- too late. The die Is cast. The Goebel up In tho ists there. cr war is In prospect. hension that such things should exist men havo won. Suits aggregating $24,000 have Dcen In a civilized country at the end of the Hon. KicHAitD P. Bland, honest old flta ncrint tho L. .t N". railroad at 1000 century and so long as they aro ai Franklin by County Attorney Finn and hope to a Commonwealth's Attorney Byers. Tbo pestuous scenes avoided by Investors and Immigrants. better world. He died at his home at fihar discrimination In rates Is executive com- Lfihanon. Mo., yesterday morning at against Franklin coal dealers. The democratic Stato 1(. NOTATION, - lull P""" ' I ""' 21-y- V-- offl-ce- s, "fi ,' "2"' ?c,. '.,. "T "1 ..,... "" .... 1 opposition k'eucrally comes from thoo who navo 110 money to uo und no chance to form a combination. Let us be consistent and If thu methods 100 corrupt, tot thoo who opixno them kick out of tho harness, nominate a dark horse und elect him. A I am only expected to give the news and draw conclusions. I predict thatGocbel lll carry the Garrard delegation, although my veto wilt be counted for ter of tho DAughteri of tho American Revolution. It U quite n distinction to belong to such it society and reflect credit on tho ladles for tak ing a pride In tho noblo achievements of their ancestors. Thero Is n dearth of news hero and tho governor's rnco Is tho only subject of conversation. The county convention promises to be lively nnd the knowing ores claim that Goebol's friends will control tho meeting. Thero Is talk of monoy being used by tho friends of two of tho candidates, but t havo not been fortunate enough to verify tho report a nothing bin been offered to mo and If nnyono 1ms been bought ho will not tell It. Ono thing ccrtaln-l- n tho family flght-sue- h a course should not bo pursued, ami harsh expressions aro used tu the matter, but I would udvUe all to keep cool and not to say unythlng that they will havo to retract when tho tlmo comes to vote for tho nominee, whleh all good democrats, who go In the convention, will do. Many are opoilng combinations and tho uso of monoy, whleh should bo dono, but it still makes much difference whoso ox Is gored; for this Louisville Store. In '" A stroll through our Store will convince any Impartial observer that this pin-forlargest and tho tout selected Stock of Dry Good, C'loililng, Hats and Mioci In Our lmtneno dl'play of d. Bargains With Prices Attached. Will ipeak for aoiusclvr. A big line of new Shirt Wain. French I'croOes worlh 7.c and l, our price lc. Pattern Hat worth f:l 50 ladles' l.lnrn Salrla llc. New line of Ladle.' trimmed to $5, our price tliN week II.M. 30 PIECES OP FANCY LAWN KeRuIarSj ipiallty this week 5c, 4 Unbleached Hireling lie. 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting Hjo, White Pil Spreads, 48c, Summer Corsets 21c, Short WaUts, Illue and I'inX Onsets 50.' Men's Cotton l'unt) 3Jr, Men's UnbleichiMl Drll Draper. 15c, D Hardin HATRIMOKIALMATTERS. ers James Henley, Hgiul 20, and MUs l.l Maggie Adams, 22, were married at -- ,rn to-ri- .h Leo-Tay- lor -- i:irrr after a protracted Illness. He Judgo Parker, of Lexington, refused served a ntmber of terms in Congress Maj. Thomas J. Carson a new trial in following for and in 1&90 had a large tho suit of E. W. Singleton against the democratic nomination for presi him for $10,000 in which the latter got dent. $0,000. It will be remembered that who is a Lin of Iowa, who will bo Carson shot Singleton, Henderson, coln county man, over a trilling atlalr. tho next speaker of the National Tho cyclone which swept over Wis House, is a Scotchman by birth, and can go 00 higher politically, unices tho consin Monday night was ono of tho olllcoof Senator be higher, roreign UHMt destructive ever known In tho born persons are not eliglblo to the Wert. Tho town of New Richmond was almost wiped out of exlstcnco and presidency. over half of tho houses thero wero deThe attempt of the Louisville Post, stroyed. Tho loss of llfo Is estimated which is the oruan of tho classes, to all tho way from 100 to 400, score of maequerado as a representative of the the victims being burned to death. masses, is enough to mono a monKey Many other points In tho Stato suffercachinnate. ed more or less seriously. Tuesday village of Herman, In Washnight It Is all over but tho shouting. Come ingtontho county, Neb., wai almost swept In Saturday, Goebel men, como tn r hv a cvclono. and reports say TiiEGutly family are swinging on to Stono men and help us do It. We've enthat a hundred persons perished there, the public teat with a good deal of got 'em dead sure. whllo almost every house In tho place ergy. The old man Is drawing $3,000 was blown down. judge. Ono eon is for being appellate POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. doputy surveyor of tho Loulsvillo port LANCASTER. Gov. Bradley has uccepted Gov. at $2,500 a year, unother Is deputy serantl- of appeals at $1,800, Savers' Invitation to attend an geant of tho court A t.,iTlilu hull storm passed over thu and tho judge has just appointed his trust convention, Cartersvlllo section and damaged somo The Stato populist convention U daughter his olllclal stenographer who oats and corn crops. druwn by them name a full ticket has been called t getsiSaO. Tho total win attend t number of our peoplo meet ut Frankfort, July 27. annually is $9,330, a pretty good sum contest In your city on trlday con- - tho Tho Pennsylvania democra .0 for u very ordinary family. them Miss Elleno Hlutt, ventlon cheered ryans name, oui re- - contestants, Mr. John M. Judge W. L. Bkown, of London, fused to specifically indorse too unica- and M p SauMov seems to bo playing in bad luck. For cro nlatform. Hughes, usher for Miss Tovls Carpen- defending E. K. Wilson ho Is not only Judge J. Quincv Ward, of Bourbon u-Mrs. J. H. Young anu cnuuron, threatened with personal violence, but county, Is recovering from his long and aro visltitg tho family of her father, denied tho endorsement of his county sorious lllnebS, and Is able to walk Mr. W. G. Anderson. by his republican friends, who go out about the house. Ti,n .mntiifi nf Garrard's people lb A..W..V.. way to compliment Hon. W. Judgo Gully has appointed ..... Appellate of their tnvIneiblo. Beside our manv vie It. ltarasey for attorney general, when his daughter to do ms omciai sumogJohn pml M bo is not a candidate, simply because raphor and law clerk, discharging her J ago 17 years, son of Mr. Jn0f W. Milof bis vigorous prosecution of Wilson, predecessor, a democrat, without no ler, got a perfect mark In geometry In Politics cuts curious capers in tho tlco. his examination at Lexington couege mountains as well as olsewhere. Senator Gcobel has an excellent IlrofebSor 8aid that it was tho first o. chanco to capture tho entires vote ,von , fao httd IT Is said that Admiral Dewey has tho Lexington and Fayotto county del- . work ttnd ho Iookc4 over tho -proposed don- egatlon to declined to receive tho tho Stato convention. Bully attempting to find papers three ation of a homo, just llko a sensible for him. He'n going to get thero. un error. man should. Ho Is no mendicant and II. O. Havoraoyer, president of the Capt. Louis Landram has been f there wero any possible chanco thut sugar trust siys that tho tarill Is tho as a dologato from tho Kentho wolf should over knock ut his door, and that u rato of tucky Press Association to tho unnual might bo soino excuse for tho ef- mothur of all trusts thero 10 cr cent, ad valorem would offer suf meeting of tho National edltoriul fort of a certain cluss of people to llclont protection for any Industry. - hit hold In Porttuud, OreOtl.t.V.WI. tn " itself. A numhnrnf rpmnit!lhlil irpntlnmnn nu.tv Mnuinth. Tho UPDOlnt ,, ..... . v'W..w.V - -..M.MWW. SUIJ, WW. .J nnvl The appellate court u'tllnncd tho de- publish atliduvlts In tho Owcnsboro ment Is u good ouu as tho captain's i,ni unul U In tho cuuso and ho is cision of the Franklin court uwiirdluir Messenger that in tilsuosevuiospeccu, ! Oitt il:imiiMa tn MUj Christina Mu- - Gen. Hardin used this intcmpcrato ian fully prepared to hold his own In tho Ewen against tho U. ti N. She was guagu: "I will advise you all n Demo profcsislon. n .m b..... II hot by a uruuKcn a euro on ooaru a TUtO, If I UIU .1 nfitit ,i.il unit n, mmln UUibUUU iW MWV ...MUU About 20 ladles who arc descended rain In isui. this is 1110 case tuai your leader to curry your banner in from revolutionary ancestors, will aroused public sentiment to thi point November, then my udvlco to you Is for mcot Mrs. M.C. Saulley at Mrs. M. D. nu, eiuidail Ihn i.nunt trinnt nf fhi. sepu. you to repudlato tho Chicago platform Hughes today, Thursday , for tllO I)U1 and to defeat Blackburn and Bryan." lp0o of taking steps tn irgaalzo a chap rato coach bill. mittee met at Lexington and adjusted the differences between Chairman Johnston and Committeeman Vreoland, regarding tho preparations for tho Stato convention to bo held in Louis-vill- o on tho 21. All badges, tickets of admission and printed matter prepared by Vreeland will bo turned over to Chairman Johnston for distribution by next Friday, and tho convention will be held In Music Hall. This Is somewhat of a turn down for Johnston, who repudiated tho acts of Vreeland and hired MacCuuloy's theatre Instead. He has that houo on his hands now and unless ho can mako terms with the proprietors, will havo to pony up much Ho also now doubt good, hard cash. less realizes that a chairman is not always the whole shooting match. 4:30 " .'..,., " Grten Adams' yesterday. William Howell, of Tribune, Ind., Is seeking divorce because his wife 3,(XYJYard Faney Calico 3jc,0 feet Felt window Shades 10c. 3 yaul Uce Cur-l- n broke his arm with u club when ho ."0c, Lidioa' Black Cotton Hose 5c, Ladles' Patent Oxford .Wc. came in late nnd slightly Intoxicated. Mr. Torrv Moberlv. 2.1. and Miss Lu cy ColToy, 17, nro not superstitious Theywlll be married this morning tn the county clerk's ollice, imo as If it wasn't Friday. Tho headline over the dlstKitch toll- In? of a weddlm? at Lancuiter, "Poor- Men. Fine Shoe ur. Wo Ion! in Men's am! Hoys' Clothing Owslcy," deserves rank nlongtldo that j raarrlago no other headline over the tice of Mr. Lord and Miss Uelper Loulsvillo Times. Bruce Klnir, a well known young merchant, and Miss Mary Norwood, of Fayette, daughter of Dr. E. M. NorTho Chcai-t-t- l Home In Town. wood, tho trotting horse breeder, were married at tbo homo of tho bride, who T.D. KANEY, ManaKcr. of Mrs. Nauncrlo is a sister Campbell Norwood. Branch stores at Eliuibethtown.JKIkton, Oweubora, SholbyvIHe, Vcriallles, Hard The Montgomery, Ala., papers con. Hopklnsvllle, MaiiWontllle, Moijtanfield, Georuciown Ky , t'lirkftlile, Term. glowing accounts of tho marrlago tLwn, tain of Mr. Joseph Paxton Burton to Miss Lillian Richardson, which occurred on ! the 7th. It was an linking affair and thejoungcouplols spoken of In tho Ii to the Huumj what highest terras. A. A. McKlnndy, Jr., was 000 of the attendants Mr. Levi Elder, tbo jwpular clerk of W. E. Perkins of Crab Orchard, was Is to the Man. A coat of nice Paint will married In Louisville Wednesday to add ai much to tho appearance of your Miss Nannie, the pretty daughter of dwelling a a New Suit will add to yours. Mr. J. F. Edmlston. of that place. Tho Wo suit tho l!et Brands of ceremony was performed by Dr. Weaver at thu Fifth Avenue Hotel und after Lends And Oils. spending a short while In Loulsvillo Come to See 1's. they returned to their home. Both nro splendid young peoplo and tho union of such u pair can not prove otherwise than a blessed one. Tho Intekioic JOL'UKAL extends to them Its heartiest congratulations and best wishes. ff Whan wo spcuk of tho Haver wedding as u ilulsy, we do not t'o so In a spirit of slung. Tho decorations A liitK" avioriinuiitof good Wall Paper at Ic, .1c, (Jc, 7c ami Sc por roil lo select .were daisies and ferns and tho liouso, fiom at the store of rooms und table wero beautiful with them. A great crowd gathered at tho pretty home of Mr. uhd Mrs. J. R. Orndorlf ut Livingston Wednesduy Wu also hang Wall I'icr at Ocjier roll by tho mini competent men and cirry evovenlngtoseo their charming daughery thing In the Mr. W. M. ter. Miss Nellie, married to Haver, a worthy und highly resecied , young L. .v. N. engineer. 'I ho wedding on short notice In latest styles, (live in a call nnd 'sic march was played by Miss Henry, of Pirluros Framed to order how J on cnii tiu money. Ft. Wayne, Ind., and tbo scene preNo. !MKI Vain St , Danllle, Ky. Telephone No. I2I groom, his fair sented by the hundsorao joung bride und thu attendants us Rev. S. M. Rankin said tho words thut bound them together, was u striking and Im-- l presslvo ono. Tho brldo was clad In u beautiful Paris muslin trimmed with valencenncs lace and rlbbons.whlle tho Tho painting season is here. We wUh tn call yoiiralt.m'Ion to tlio bride's malds.'MIss Mary OrndortI and keep the Bent ltevly Mixed Paints, Oils, VarnUhes, Brushes, Ac, In thefact that we market. Haver, of Chicago, Illinois, Bessie wore Paris muslin and all looked lovo-l! Tho groomsmen wero Messrs. Sparks ond Hogan. Tho brido carried Our line of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth Brushm. Hair Brushes, L'ouibi, Soaps ' quality. and of the very a beautiful bouquet of bride's roses. Ac , is complete, Tho ceremony over, congratulations PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from the Purest and Best drugs ob We solicit your patrouagH. ........ ,.l uu Iwt Mi'iv wuru ouunuicuI nn w nn.it.t. j.imfllii. . tainahle. Prices re.itonnhlu. after which tho guests wero Invited to j u sumptuous repast, sploudldly prepar-- 1 & ed und elegantly served. Tho table wus rrungod by Mesdamcs Dillton und Roller und Miss Bentloy and wus Indeed a thing of beauty. Following sup. per u generally good tlmo wus enjoyed and then Mr. and Mrs. Huver left for Loulsvillo to buy tholr 0 outfit for tholr homo at Livingston. Muny peoplo wero present from u dlstanco and everything went to show in ...,.. I.I..1. UBIVI-II- .111. ,'illl.K. ...Illllll ... ' o ... .... o ww...ivj 1.1 VIIU juui'h Wllilb UIKU Heady Mixed Paints for all Purposes o bridal presents wero muny q held. Tho O O ., , .. A. N. and costly MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 15c, LADIES' PATENT TIP SHOES 75c. The Louisville Store. in-la- w PAINT CLOTHING Paints, Penny's Drug Store. Orn-dor- Just Think Of It A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES y, bt .."' CRAIG HOOKER. , oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo house-keepin- g White Lead, mr. ,, f I Joo Clark, who killed Bill Miller, ut Cumberlund Gup two years ago, bus been captured In Ohio. Miller, It will bo remembered, wus present when John Dugan killed John C. Colton and wus mixed up In that affair. g O O O O O , wan raper ana Aiabastme Sold for tho I.OWK.ST CASH Prices. g O W. B. McROBERTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo g o S!1 tr '!' ' i " - j? nyn--rf- i -- ..Aj(iri'" "- T-- THE INTERIOR Stanford. Kv., E. C. -- JOURNALSSKKiT"'"' .- ClIICKKV frnil whnnt Inr nln ntinun.l Junk 6, 1899 u'"K"'M.JoiophCoiioy. MIW.J. lJ. Lynn nml M ri1 -Ji MllH.'A. I'. ALUs, of Richmond, la J. II. Haughtnan ft Co. Walton, I!i;hinm Manaokii. ' ' '"-,0 - " visiting relatives In Somerset. - Hail, of Sotrjcnot, wn up to his mothor, who continues very 111. Maralo, LOST. Whllo silk croohct baby bonnet. Lcavo nt II. K. Woaron ft Son's. to this morning, mnklng lt real chilly nfter tho hot wave. 03 s Tun mercury wns down 3 Kvery purchaser of f 100's worth of goods gels a chsnee on a Fine KK.VKHICIC ALCOHN and GoorL--o II. SotA Watkii, lee cold, pure nml most refreshing Ht Penny's Drug- Store. Saulloy nro back from Ccntro College. AMiniiT Hokiin, of Louisville, spent Till, best material combined with care, klll and accuracy Iniuro tfood several weeks with his parents nt result. No other methods nro over used In our prescription work, Penny's W. S. WldllAM, of Morolnnd, was DrugStoru. here yesterday, returning from Jcltlco, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. where ho wont to buy conl for his trade. .MISS r.D.VA CAMNITZ, ono of Miss Lccy I'knninoton Is vlstlng West l.nd's mnny pretty girls, tho will tho Misses Fish. come down today to bo with relatives n Miss Anni: Hi.I.is attended the Ok" low days. llvlc Hawklrs nuptials. Miss M.iui:Gitim.v, of Lexington, Mai'iuck J. Fauhis l bank from n has clmnged her subject tonight nnd visit to hid brothur In Loulsvlllo. will reclto "Tho Tell Talo Henri" InMits. Mollik Chaplain, of l'lcas-ii- nt stead of "Satoinu." Hill, I with Mr. J. L. Tottcn. Mil G. HoiVAKoHituCKgrmlunied at J. II. IlAL'UHMAN U putting a four Centre College this week and delivered fool henvy sUino fence on his lot front. un oration on "Our Country" which MisHKs Jknnik ani Mahii: Waii-WI- wns highly complimented. nro visiting relatives In Danville. IX8Ti:.D of tiW.OOO, wo aenr tbnt Mint. HowMAS SMITH, of Corbln, Is J. W. MeAllstor, of St. Joseph, Mo., visiting her parent In tho McKlnnoy stands to mnko a million of dollars by section. his Copper mine deal. Harry T. Glenn, of Carlisle, attempt Mil K. M. Hctciiinh, of St. Louis, ed sulcldo by drinking wood alcohol at and Miss Ilurnctto It. I'lnkerton, of ChalUinoogu. Hustonvlllc, wero guests of Walker I)K. Wji. Siiklton will leave today I'lnkerton nt tho St. Asaph. tocniltha vacation with his wlfa I'Al'LlNi:, llttlo daughter of Mr. J.S. near Xushvlllo. Hockcr, wbs severely bitten on thofuco O. W. ToMrKiNH, of loulsvllle, by a vicious dog while visiting her lcni several days with his sister, Mrs. grnndpnronts, Mr. and Mrs. Alex DenWilliam Gooch. ny, In Garrard. Hash Hall Probably tho last gamo of tho season will bo played hero TuesASIikstos Sad Irons; something day afternoon, when tho champions1 now, nt Hlgglns ft McKlnnoy's. will do a plenty to tho Hnrrodsbunr ' WlLLcontlnuo our cut on pictures tenm. this week nnd next. Miss Sacray, Tilt! .. ...w.,u Pllmnv an.. ll.Ub bllUj !.. !. w.(IUMA mj photogrnphcr. ndmlrnblo likeness of Admiral Dnwnv . , Tilt: Into Wm. Gooch left no will and, nnd a dog's head carved bv II. P. limit. his wife, Lllburn and W. G. Gooch 01 nianrow, woulJ nave won tho prlzo mo Ladles' Fair had anythlug but as administrators quaiiiicu beioro nt .Muuison products been eligible. Judgu Uallcy Wednesday. in GIVBN AWAY fan prices ! Drop Head sewing Hlacliine Free Giicm on the number of Seed In a Gourd. The nearest guess gels the prize, iprclsl prices this wrck on Laco Curtains, Usrpcts and .Mailing!!. Itcmombcr I handle Douglas .hon: the best on carlh for tho money on should fee my new Oxfords. AdJuMll.le Insteps In Mack and Tan. I nm aflcryour trade with the goods at the Low-e- st D lct I'L'H. Docs. Tho Is receiving n of pntentofllco and other reports to give to his constituents. Already 18.1 mall sacks full havo arrived. car-loa- d Florence, has hud his salary rnlscd 4100. Stankoihi'S clover K)tmnstor, Danville, IUcbmond 1. C. Somi: 20 or moro couples enjoyed n This Is now the most up Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been redelightful party at Mr. and Mm. Will cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses; tho new discovery In optical Severance's W'ednosday night In honor, science. I wish to say to tho Ladies that Tin: Danville Cycle Club will glvo a of MIbs Klizabeth Piekott, Sum Severhandicap road ruce Juno '12.. ance nnd John Shanks. Hlegant reTho run will bo over tho Hustonvlllc, freshments wero served and everyJust received a large stock of the very Lincoln, Hoy la nod Stanford pikes. thing dono to add o tho pleasuro of There will bo four prizes aggregating tho guests, who speak In highest terms In value ?.". Call at this olllco for en- of tho entertainment. sntno ralso. of 4100. London, Lawrence-bur- g, nnd others get the Tup.. Tin -.,.,!.. 1,1,, u .1 up1 ,,v,lu i..... uiruwn .. tho spongo apparently, butlt won't do1 uiirusi 10 indications. They nro on tho still hunt and up to nny kind of schemes. Do not let their lethargy fool you. Tako nothing forgrantcd. nothing you hear nnd llttlo you see, nnd whatever you do don't fall to bo hero to bo counted for Gocbol. Ho-lle- ..,, m JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. I'inovlllc gets a decrease "SIS THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) try blanks. K. katest Designs "Flcur-De-Lis- JVJouldijpgs MK8DAMKS JAMRS A. IlAUItlH, S. II. Ilaughman, V. It. McKlnnoy and V. K. Craig are at I.lnnlcttn Springs. Miss Ciilok smith Hauuiiman y to visit Misses Margaret leave and Nan Denton James In Lexington. JoilN F. KNULiuiAN and his pretty bride, who was a Mis Dawson, of Ashland, arrived from Grays to visit his parents. Mil KmiikyT. Hkazi.ky writes that he Is In Colorado where tho climate Is line and dry, only four ruins having fallen this year. Miss Cykkna DfSN, who will represent Caldwell College, Danville, In tho contest tonight, Is with Miss Catherine lluughman. Mits. G. F. IlCTClir.il, of Lexington, and Mrs. Uobert Chapell, of Ixibanon Junction, aro visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Adams. Miss Dolly Williams leaves tomorrow for lloston, to spand tho summer at tho seashore with her friend, Mrs. l'aync. Lexington Horuld, Mn. a.noMhs J. Will Hauuiimax havu Issued Invitations to a parly to be given to Misses Dora and Catherlno Uaughman and Cyrona Dunn, on the to-da- LOCAL' HAPPEWINSST II, HkaZLKY, who Is never better satisfied than when doing good, Is soliciting subscriptions to a fund to place a monument over tho gravo of Lid John Hell Gibson In HutTalo comWe nro glad to say thni ho is et' mi'utlng with good success. i. 2Iu f Misr Minn 11: DiNwmnn: was on Tuesday night's train rcmrnlng to Hustonvlllo from Greenfield, O., where she has been In the millinery business for several months. Wb aro Indebted to Mrs. Clam Doty Tray lor for n budgctof Manila papers, "Tho Freedom, Tho Glunt of tho Orient," from which wo will make extracts In the future. Miss Maky Hall, of Maysvllle, is tho guest of Mrs. W. A. Trlbblu. Mrs. T. II. Copuigc, of Arkansas, and Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of Hustonvlllc, will arrlvo today to visit her. A(li:NT II. P. SlIKWMAICKlt, who win here fromMoreluud the other day, tolls us that mom lumber Is being shipped from bis place now than In the last 10 years. Tho averugo Is about threo ears per day. Mil W. H. IIkkiins accompanied Rev. 3. M. Hanklu to Livingston to attl murrlagu and tend thu reHrts u most delightful utTulr. Other Stun ford peoplo were prevented from going for one reason or another. Miss MahyCowkn, who has been vt thu head of tho music department or tho college at Columbia, S, C, arrived yenterduy and Is with Mrs. Nannlo S Suullcy 111 the college, nnd will spend soino tlmo visiting friends to their .'real delight. Mu. A. N. Wklls, of Shelby City, wus hero this week looking after the Claude Decker, suit of his step-soagainst tho L. .t N. Tho boy wus hurt whllo trying to rescuo llttlo Mary who wus killed at Knob Lick In Murch of last year. IN tho rush of court day wo neglect ed to mention an old friend and patron, Squlro Jack Wulls, of I'arksvllle, who isu candlduto for tho democratic noini nation for Judge of Boylo county. Ho Is a truo duinocrut, well quullllcd for tho osltlon and wo hope ho will real-U- s his ambition. Ho certainly would If his Lincoln county friends could deaden over tho lino. llavcr-Orndorn, Dill ion. Dit. H. L. Davison tells us that ill n.i mi FlNK watch repairing nt Hamilton's. county will not hold Its convention till is next court day to send delegates to iho Ill'aaY harness, new stock nnd cheap. republican Stato convention. Hesajs Ilenzley .V Carter. tho rojiorC that he Is to run for the LegTnosr.ilS sewing machines arc good. islature Is unfounded ns ho would not have iho ottlcu under any circumstancTry one. Hlgglns ,t McKlnnoy. es. "The winner will be named later," k Till: Intkiiioii Jock-Na- l he added through his hut. Is only $1 a year cash. Ucmcmber TlIK rain interfered greutly with the that. decoration of tho graves of tho Odd IK you have trouble with your wntch Fellows oy iho brethren Tuesday, but or clock, take it to Dalton and havo It tho occasion was very pleasantly obgxed right. served. After u sermon by Kev. S. M. TWO papers a week und all tho nows Uankln and a well rendered solo by for 41 u year. Now Is tho tlrno to sub- Miss Ltzzlo Nunnclloy, of Loulsvllln, tho Odd Fellows, with n wagon load of scribe to tho chcacsl and best. llowcrs marched to tho cemetery nnd Skllinq 'km. Frank Holtzclaw strewed them on tho graves of their tells us that he has sold three carloads loved ones. Hon. H. H.Tomllnson, of of Osbornu binders, mowers, Ac, nnd Lancaster, delivered a lino address nnd Is not near through. a number of the best singers In town lent melody to thu occasion, which tho Mack HumtAN, as executor. of Odd Fellows honor themselves by ob David Glvens, sold to James C. Flor-enserving. his house and lot near the bridge on tho Cut-o- il plko for 4301. CtncuiT CofitT. W. H. Traylor and K. Hrcmor wero tried for furnishing Tun court of appeals reversed tho minors liquor. Tho former was lined Lincoln circuit court In the caso of 4o0 and tho latter acquitted. John Stewart's administrators vs. Corneal Puvne lor assaulting Peter Corratney on original and cross nppcnl. was fined 423 nnd James Kennedy for ONLY engraver in town. i.Stili m TlIK Stone men nro In. considerable ovldenro In this county. In fact they nro next to tho Goebcl men In numbers. They can not carry tho county thorn solves, but they can mako by coming In and helping uscarry It. All Goebol men aro favorable to Stone as second choice nnd it may be possible that tho favor may count. There Is nothing common this between Slono and Hardin. vlllo Store a big run on cajlco nnd Manager Itauoy and his clerks aro pretty well worn out disposing of that staple and making explanations. Tho printer mudo tho advertisement read "1.000 yards of funcy calico at 2c," when the prlco should havo been 3c. Thero wero scores of calls for tho at that very low prlco before the Ink had dried on our Tuesday's edition. As Manager T. D. Raney well knows, lt pays to advertise when you uso tho right medium. nr-tlcm Patterns never sold In this locality before -- have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Sult-abfor framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings-Amonthe lot is tho Xew French " moulding specially suitable for delicate picture. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ro. qulro a dainty frame When in Danville, call and see in and get our prices. Wo will saveyou money. 121 Third Street Opposito Post Olllce, Danville, Ky. lu g Wk unintentionally gave tho Loult- A WARM LINE That will keep you cool Is TwIce-n-Wee- our Negligee Shirts. We have the.n In n m co of tho contest as well as tho opera house man agement would bo glad If tho ladles would removo the r hats at ihn cnntnai. tonight. Seeing Is almost as essential to ine pleasuro of nu elocutionary contest ns hearing nnd when the stylish big hat Is worn, many aro deprived of seeing tho fair contestants. They aho drslro us to request tbat tho audience bo sooted by 8:15, when tho curtain will rise and tho doors bo cloed till tho first lady Is through. Hats Off, The managers SILK MADRAS & PERCALS. s 1 Hi: Maccabeo lodge hero has 70 members W. C. Shanks running tho number up to that point. It is otherwise In 11 in oil healthy condition. Gokiikl men, our Inst request Is for you to bo on hand tomorrow. We've got 'em If you ;onio. Il will do no good to bo for Goo be I nnd stay nt homo tomorrow. A NCMliKlt of tho Hardin men ndmlt It was a mistake to bring Hnrdlng here, and overouu who tins sokcn of tho matter adds thitt ho camu against that their protest. t AltJl IlltOKKN. Mary, ld daughter of Mrs. William Gooeh, full while playing tho other duy nnd broke her arm near the elbow. Dr. O'ltun-no- u wus called und sol tho broken member. Till: Hello of Lincoln lAxlge, G. U. y O. O. F., will eclobrato Its ltiiti ut Turnersvllle, July 8th, with speaking, music, feuttlng and ball play-luWrite It. U. Hrlght, secretary, for particulars. mini-vorsur- shooiicg ' and cursing on tho public highway 413. Henry Gllpla and Al bert Hampton, for breaking Into Un derwood's burn and stealing hemp, were given ono year In the penitentiary euch. John Smith, tho Negro who barely escapcj a heavy sentence for killing Gemlmu Xelson In a light g with Hill Lewis, got one year for Tom Kennedy. Thu Indictment against H. P. Marlln for obstructing a pusswuy was quashed. John Porter, who stolo a hog plead guilty to petit larceny und wus given 30 days to jail, Georgo L. Penny was reappointed trustee of tho jury fund and qualified with Judge Alcorn as security. Tho petit jury was discharged yo torduy morning till Monday, but thu grand jury will tako cognizance of crimes und mUdemeunors today. cut-lin- An cITort to continue tho mall routo from McKInney to Turnersvllle on to Stanford will be made. Postmaster J. C. Florenco endorses tho movement and evcryono recognizes that such n connection with tho Cincinnati Southern Is necessary for tho dispatch of mall matter for tho West End of this county nnd tho South. It now takes threo days for a letter to go to McKlnnoy or Hujtonvlllo and havo tho answer returned, whereas undor tho proposed arrangement it could bo put through in n day. The mall could leave hero about 10 a. m., connecting with C S. trains North and South nnd returning here In tho afternoon. Petitions to tho postotllce nre being prepared und tho scheme will bo pushed. A suuad ot Is Our S ilk finish Liile Shirls and Drawers are regular Ice cream freezers. JOHN P. JONES. I Auction! Saturday Evening And Sat- - . m g. . L. & N. will bcII round-tri- p tickets to Louisville from hero ut 41.10 Tuesday and Wodneoday no.xt,good returning 'Jllti, on urcount of thu democratic Stato convention and to thu L, A. W. meet ut, IUcbmond 18 and 10th, limited to L'lmd at 41. 10 for round trip Itloyclcs checked free. -- Tin: ZW Over sis reserved scats sold to the elocutionary contest nt tho opera houso tonight und still tho pco plo aro crowding to Molloboru' to secure tickets I Tho follow who said that Interest In these culortatnmcnlti was on tho wane, didn't know whereof ho affirmed. Tho house will bo packed to the walls. WHKW : MlvS. LlONKL I'UKSCOTT was on Hock-castl- o Wednesday's train en routo to Springs from a visit to hor old homo In Wisconsin. Sho tells us tbut she wus In a short distance of Now Hlohraond, when tho cyclone camo and wiped It nearly out of existence. Two churches only aro left of tho thriving town and hundreds of lis oltlzons aro either dead or Injured. TllK of court uppeals alllrmod with damages tho judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court In tho caso of tho L. & N., railroad against C. M. Adams' admin Istrator. Adams was killed whllo In thu employ of tho company ut Stanford. Ills administrator received judgment for 4.1,000. Tho deceased wus a son of J, W. Aduins. 11 TO I. tho handsomest gentlunian at tho Ladles' Fair. Tho judges wero two matrons and a young ludy, und tholr decision wus unanimous. Tho lloutouaut was beguiled Into tho ring by Col. Duvo Marlln when Mr. C. K. Woods tied tho bluo string on tho astonished olllcer. IUcbmond Climax. Tho lieuof Mrs. W. tenant Is a brother-in-la- w II. Shanks. Lt. CAKLO It. HIUTTAIN was voted Thu champions won aguln Tucsduy uflurnoon when they defeated tho McKlnnoy ball club 1 1 to i on Iho lattcr's grounds. Gcer and Florence coii)oscd tho battery for our team aud Koyiioldsaud Johnsou for tho MoKln-iioyOur boys did not take a strong team and It's no lulling what tho tcoro would havo been had thuy had their best players. s. In Garrard county, nenr old Pulnt Lick church, 83 years ago Jan. 22, last, Joseph It. McClary entered ukjii u llfu which proved that tho noblest work of God Is an honest man und made thu world In which he moved belter for It. Tuesday afternoon, at his home, prodded over by his daughter, Miss Lllllo, ho pusscd to his reward. Mr. McClury married Miss Itebecca J. Samuel, und moving to this county, hus lived hero ever since. Ho raised un excellent family of six children, ult living except tho lumonted W. F. McClary, who died In tho zenith of his usefulness. Thu survivors uro Mrs. Matilo J. Novlus.Mrs. Nannie C. Hlatt, A. N. and J. C. McClary and Miss Lllllo W. McClary, aud thoy show tho Impress ot bis ctTort to ralso them In tho nurture and admonition of tho Lord. In curly llfu Mr. McClary united with the Uaptlst church und during his long Ufo lived so that when tho summons should coino ho would bo ready. Ho served tho Huptlst church hero as deacon for half a century and until infirmities camo upon him thbru was no moro regular attendant iion tho church of God. Ho was also a Mason und all who have sat with him In tho lodge know what u bright, earnest and faithful ono he was. For over 00 years ho woro tho lambskin and bold every olllco in his lodge from tiler to mastor. Yesterday members of his lodge accompanied thu remains to tho cemetery and Dr. Sholton niudoupproprtato remarks. A crowd wus prescut to pay tho last trl buto of to tho honored cltlzon, faithful christian und devoted father und friend, who sleeps ugutn by tho sldo ot his wife, with whom ho had lived tho mostf ot his life and who preceded him to tho better land only four years ago. McCL.MtY. ct surveyors uro at Hurgin purpose oi making a survoy from that placo to Jellleo.-Tenn- . They wero sent by tho Southern rallwny.who anticipate extcudlng their lino from Hurgin to Jelllco. John Wallwork, for tho Union National Hank ut Loulsville,hus defaulted for 44,000 and skipped. C. L. Dawes bought near Kuban ks a bunch of sheep at 42.30, some cules at 410 to 81(1 und u cow nnd calf for 410. Tho Central Record reports sales of old wheat at,70e, corn ut 41.30 und fat hogs at 3ie. Georgo Krat. rando a new record at Latonla by running 0 furlongs in 1:21. ! lortuo i book-keep- er urday Night. m gj 13-M- ile Handicap Road Race Juno 2, not). Write for IllanU tu ! J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. The Racket Store. j THE UANV1LLK CYCLKCO., DANVILLE, No KY USTlilrJbt. Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington, Ky., Are located so as lo uiTvr Special Inducement ttlieklilppersioutliot tlioOhlo Itlv-e- r in saving tin in extra txpono aud tlmo. Iu addition to tho local bujern there will bo Eastern & Foreign. llu-cr- s ou the Market Tor ult klirl of stock. When shipping East don't full to roul;u our cure privilege selling which will bo ot beueill to you, CKNTltAL COVINGTON STOCK YAltll CO CoimuUslou fl run will glvo prompt to couiilguuivats. utteu-tto- u to mm sadWklskty cured il. b. a. wootLiY Zo; o, 1M Msrui trier kl ita si Uikits boine wlCU-ollouk ! mdI FREE. r SikSA mBsbv - ' w in .aT?Mtf'S'VBte HIGGINS & McKINNBY. 7 THEINTERIOR JOURNAL 3Pu.'bllnd.a,vil.y MIDDLEBURG. h . A $1 W PER YEAR CASH S3.03 will be charged. Mr. E. P. ClftVDool. postmaster at Orove, is married nraln. Thle tlmo xxd.3PxiAevvi MIm Nancy Grcor is tho lucky woman nndshols Mr. C.'s third wifo. Mr. Clnypool is nlwut 60 years of ftfro whllo BS88& Queen'o. Crescent ... 1 s .T Docs vn? H" ead Ache ? Arc your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain In your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion had? Bolls or pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what polaons? I'rom poisons that are always found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature Intended, these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed Into the blood, always causing suffering and frequently causing severe GOOD FARM FOR S ALL. Located near Turnerarllle and cotttalnltg .10 Acre. Known aa the Krueger place. Has nn It two good dwellings, la well watered, under gmxl fence and the Innd Is In a Will sell privatehigh state, of cultivation. (.10) S. M, OWEN, AiiCMT ly. FARM FOR SALE OW 20 TRADE. When not topcKl 5&j: Casey. son of Mr. w. J. uoa- A No. a Arrrlrcsat Stanford at 1 M a. m. by whllo plnylne; In tho yard Sunday, 8.10 a. M. l No. 4 Uares Stanford DAT. No. Jl Arrltce at llowland at 12 was kicked by a horeo and had his J SO r. M. No, 22 Lcates htanford t skull crushed. Drs. J. T. Wcsloy and knoxvilledIvision. L. J. Godby removed several pieces of bono and tho llttlo fellow is resting 12 02 p m No. 24 Train going North 2 41 a in well at this writing. " .....- -. Ko.l "' " South......... 12 SI km " O.JS Alonzo Itlchardson and Bill Copley WJi pm " C.2J had a quarrel over a woman at Sunday For allirolntt. school on Dry Illdnclust Sunday, when BOnOlI TICKETS bOLP. HAUOAHE CiinCKED TIIUOUOH. Copley whipped out rt pistol and shot for any Information enquire ol Uichardson killing him instantly. We arc unable to get tho particulars of tho JOE S. ItlCE, Agent, 8lntbrd, Ky. killing at this writing. Mrs. Rev. G. II. Coleman, of Durgln, AND CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT and Miss Ruth Greene, of Covington, Trains leare Frankfort at 7 A. . am! 8:40 p. v., visited Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Greene onnwtlng at Heorgetown with Q.AC, and reach-la- s I'arli hero last week. Mrs. Coleman reFarts at 8:40 a. w. anil 5:10 p. at. n at9:IJ a. h and 3.30 r. M., connecting at home Monday. Mrs. R. A. with () A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9:15 turned p m. Hovious, of Roily, visited her mother, A. at. and 7.10 JOSEPH It, NEWTON, A. O. P. A. Mrs. Ellen Hicks, last week. Rev. Geo. Grocno will preach at QUEEN & CRESCENT. Turkey Knob tomorrow, Wednesday, pass Junction City aa followt: Trains night. 1 It. a South ...ll 02 p m No. 3 North......4 11pm ganized A Sunday School has beon or" 1150 m .49am Ho. "4 " ....184pm at Turkey Knob with Jas. J. " " ....! 121 am " . 8 03pm "10 " ......6 CO am Duvhntn, supt. and W. P. Wesley, aso.t " and 10 run no fur- sistant. They will uso union literature No. 1 and 2 do not atop. ther than Junction City. and wo hope that success will crown 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. mm bis brido is but IT. Tho Stono forces will present nn un broken front Saturday, but wo aro LOW HATK9. r. afraid they nro too weak to ofTcct Bibllcat Assembly, Charlotte, N. C, Ilardin forces aro strong Juuo Tho besides they aro headed by two shrewd H. V. O. Elks. Grand Lodge, St. lawyers, who nro rt owcr In politics In Louis, Juno one faro fur round miea.y lerimor trade f.ir farm In Central hen a la dlBereii to lucky. t'snyfl,i Address llox 4. SlanfoH. hy trade. (;( Splendid fsimofJl" acres In Soutbes.t Ksnsas miles from the MIsvmrl line W'llJ1"1"!' lll ll rxkirtrmliigrounlry llilckly seltle.1 ll,l ROUTE 20-2- W: S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., R. A. JONES, DENTIST, nny-thlni- 20-2- 0. I.nncjiHtcr, Ky. Teoth Extracted Without Pain With Vltallrrd Air. I irlp. ThoStatoL. 13-2- .. A. W. incuts at RichQueen fc Crescent mond, June 0. route announces It faro for tho round-tri- p from all points In tho State. Your wheels carried free. Ask ugents for l'hystrlaii ance. In attend?s Stanford, Ky. Ofllco In tlin Now Thompson llullrllng. DR. M. L. LOWDER, PHYSICIAN AND lillUOOIST, ............ Ueorire-tow- full particulars. une-narntcs to uuuuiu, ,ox i urn, via tho Queen & Crescent, Juno 12 and 13, with ltbcrul return limits, account Imperial Council Mystic Shrine Ask agent for particulars. W. C Illnenr-soAgent. Generul Democratic Stato convention, Louisville, Juno 21st. Low round trip rates via the Queen t Crescent Route from all points In Kentucky, good until 21th returning. Ask ticket agents for further particulars. W. C. Rlncarson.gcn. errl passenger agent. it cr MOKlNNltV, - KlCNTUCKY. Prescriptions Carefully Comjioundeil Hay or K!L J. S. MURPHY, JAjtut fur Ibe t j disease. cure. There Is a common sense Walter A. Wood Machino Co., n, AVER LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Ilor.es and Mule constantly on hand and for sale at all times. B. G. FOX, And aliasent pr lb Lowry Grass Binding Twine A cheap sud eltnllie bind, It worth of whlili I ties far as IIJ worth ot tue regular aiud. 111 a) MACHIIJS SUITLIES Al.'D EErAISS. Call on lu and I will sate you money I) J. N.MflirilV,Turnersillle,Ky !. HOW'S Tills' We ofler One Hundred Uillara Iteward for any cae of Catarrh that cannot I cured by Hall a Catarrh Cure. ft tVe, the undesigned, haieVuown F J. fheney for the lat IS learf, and lllete hlni irfectly honoralde In all tuilneu tranuctlont, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their PILLS They daily Insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels. You will find thattheuseof A. 8. PRICE Surgeon Dentiit, J. T. BUTTON, Utictertulcor, Hoitonville, 5- SUmford, Ky. Kentucky -S2 their efforts. Bfs Is the forerunner to consumption. Irr. will cure tt. and Dell'a The Cook property at Hustonvllle IsolTer-c- d giro such strength to tbo lungs that a cough for sale privately. The dwelling Is a or a cold will not kettle there. Twenty tire commodious frame building of 10 looms. In cents at Penny' Drug Store. reasonably good repair, while the lot contains 10 acres of splendid land. The outbuilding are good and there Is convenient to the residence a No. I clitorn. There Is no You rettler or more convenient home In Central Your Hujrg or Wagon Uepatred Kentucky and n bacilli can te had In It. 0?er f 159,000 paid In llelng benefits. J II. rail pounds. bear In mind I can do It good and For further particular Cooper.onStanford.Cook, Orer ti0,u00 ltarre and Surplus to Hustonvllle, orO. II. do ll cljciji. The new dwelling at the store Is II USD WEAKEN, Locl Aeent,, . SV1ITU.BO MAN.Secv.. Manfoi rd. about completed, and It can bo said Lexington, Kj". THE BSST THMM ALLIL that tho contractor, Church. 1 eager, Need Shoeing r If mi bring hire to me. Material l.k advanced but I has done himself credit. .i w Hill shoe him fur elio. Dr. Carpenter was called to see Mrs., Ky. H. CREER. uays ago. wuo A. L. Spoonamore a few I has been very sick for some days, but is some better at this writing. Mrs. A. L. Spoonamore again. Geo. Wood bought some fat heifers of Ben Bryant for 3ic. S. Dunbar has a severe attack of rheumatism In his arms. Walker & Ranklns have sold their old wheat to Baughman for 70c. Made from pure Mrs. Lay and daughter Lizzie have cream of tartar. gone to Jamestown to spend the summer. Dr. Cook was called to see Mrs. Fanfood nie Ball a few days ago and she Is some better now. S. Dunbar has sown his hemp crop twice and got no stand and is now putAlem baking powder are the grcaiat ting it In corn. menacm to htalth of the present day, Elder George Gowen will preach at mm, iakiiio aowota ea, n voan. the Christian church nest Sunday morning and also at night. F. P, Bishop bought John and Geo. Robinson's lambs at 5Jc and sold to D. N. Prewlt for a nice margin. Of Lexington, Ky. John Menifee, Jr., lost one of bis FUn: IKSURANOE REVERSED. work horses a few days ago, supposed to be caused from over work in tho heat. VTt Pay While Tea Lire. Silas Case caught a cat fish some Old Line Companies Fay When You Die. days ago that measured six Inches between the eyes and weighed about 15 RoVal against alum HUBBLE. West A Tbvax. Wholesale Irulta. Toledo, O. Walmsii, Kixxax A Mirvix, UholfMl. lrug- glsti, Toledo, O Hail, rat.rrh Pur ti taken Internally. artln of tat dlrecllr ui.m the blil and luumu aurfarea Drug ttteni. ITice 75e per bottle .vld by all glita. testimonial trcv. llall'a Family Fills are the beat. A judge at New Orleans decided that of two persons mother and daughter who went down on tho La Bourgogno disaster, the daughter lived the longer, because being younger, she could struggle longer. On tho decision depended the ownership of an cstato worth J200,- 000. THE sua Lt, KU or ALL DIHIM, Is noted for Us keen sight, clear and Ul1 who use tlnct vision. So are tlioo Sutherland's Eagle Eyo Salve for weak eyca. htes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold at Penny's at 25 cents. m im Lee Clark, a Negro prisoner In tho Offloaor.r Mclloberu Drug Store la lb llnlldtpg. Owil.j S Ayer's arsaparffia tV MI9SEVKLYN TAKDIP, Tho Soamstross. Plain and Fashionable Sowing. Cutting and Water Worka St. Filling a Offers his services to the people of West IJtcola and Caary rountlea. ullstoik of fOflnisnd Can. slaalwayson hand D. e). Carpenter. Manager. Mason Hotel MILS. U. D.HIMl'SON, Pror.. Is about well Baking Powder Safeguards the Onr Medical Department Mtono of the emlneut thr.lcUna In the United Slate Tell the doctor jutt how yon are mirerlne:. Inu medical adllce will receive, the with the pills will hasten recovery, lt cleanses the blood from all impurities and Is a great tonic to the nerves. Writ thm Doctor. Utncantcr, I t a . Kentucky. a. mit LIFE Sc Newly (urnlnhed; clean beds; aplvnds.1 I'ortera i. Everything table. b'. meet all trains. firnt-clarj- without cotL Addrett, C. b.t TO THE FARMERS irona ." - aaWkaaak TT -- ' DIL J. Lowell, Mass. ATE". a TT INSURANCE. ! All nations are learning this lc.ou H OPTIONS ON FARMS Franklin county jail, assaulted Jailer WANTED Holton and a general tight followed, In I would like to fake options on good farms which the ofticcr, the Inmates and two In Lincoln County, For teems and particuWM. LANDOUAF. outsiders took part. Clark was beaten lar address Kriger. Ky. JO Into Insensibility, and several other prisoners were hurt. aLUM) IHMTATIO.X. Lincoln County National Bank. Capltsl btock.'l ItW.lru. Only the beat companies represented. 12. Inquiries solicited. Where others talli most especially our HinIt. II. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. ders and Mowers Their iwrfccllon Is credited to being built of the Ut material that money ennbuv- Also Ipelng fitted with the only perfect HOI.LF.It llEAItl.NOS In aaurlng at all time lightest draft and longest life. A full line of repairs always Seo our Hay Tedder. Something new lu this section. Onbortic Farm Iinplc-mcut- Succeed - exist-enc- e. FIIANK IIOI.TZCI.AW. Stanford. Ky Prttty Home For Sale. Sarcesmr to The Fsnoers Mask A Trust tympany and under saru tuanageateut euntlau- Lously for ft lean. Solioits Your Bank H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stan fob i), Ky., Ih Account, DlllUTHIlS When Need Hoping such buslneaa rslsllons wllliro? ly ben.adal and pleaaanL mutual- r id Does Your Horse J.J.J,Williams, b. Owsley, A. miuaiu tonrn, W. Sr Receiving IiIh SprltiK & Hummer GootlH. J. Stanford. m k iH2JULLi3AJMlBj(ai Wea.'MI.I'alf Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris Contains n eompleto novel to everr number, In addition ton large quantity useful Chcaapenko & Ohio ha made a rato of Fred's Exchango In Wm. Daugherty's shop nd entertaining reading matter. , of on the certifi- In Stanford and get In exchange Flour und fare d jr. otttlnnd tHorirm, wAfaA are one and Meal. You can also buy Flour, Meal. saJstHeaaUs to meat rcMtr. cate plan to Atlantic City for tho meetIlrun. Chicken Feed, Ac, cheuper at It ahould be my ing of tho American Homeopatlhe In- Is place thanI nnv where In town. A trial scription, $3.00 In every household. Subper jear. believe my exchango will bu all I ask. Aiients wanted la every to whom stitute which meets there June 19th to n good thing for farmers and I pledgo liber- the most liberal Inducementstown,be otTtred. will has through sleep- al transactions and full weight. My goods 24th. Tho J. B. UPPIKCOTT COMPANY, PublUUtrs, a imx iovr uoner rroin ers to Philadelphia and Now York come and are nuuourar MQItKIS FltEI). Mills aHILADILPHIA. euro your ticket without change. Be reads via the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. A WO III) TO THE PATKONS OF Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lexington i Ky. ono-lhlrShip-atui- Just Like a Mill. noiHLYJVACAZINe LippiNcorrs Carpenter, U. ll.Cumiulcf, J. - Lynn. fa, H.Mianta J. V. Caib, J. 11 Owiler. offici:iw S. II. bhanki. I'retldenti Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed.; Give Him a Call. J,ll.ulcy.i.aiiirr, W M. HrUut, Ami. Caliler. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTANrOllI), KY. j.c.cctiviy CiO Capital Stock J100.COO. Ssrplni, $17,320 1 llr.t-chis- s. This Institution originally established as the poalt ltauk of Stanford la IMS, then reorganised ai 1II The Favorite Line XiOinsvii.iiS CHICAGO. Trains Morning ami Evening from ion Sttilion, lUtli and Hroadway. Un- Mr. J. E, Lilly, a prominent Itlieu of Hannibal, Mo.rately bad a onderlul Utllverancw Irow aa "1 Irightful death. In telllnguf It be aayi: I'oeuuto-nlIf you hnve not aliendy Paid your Tuition Hills, p!eue call Mrs. Sauliey at the Coituken U!iTdiold hutrtn.t ran Into My luun ltame hardened. Iwaiaowtak We are in pressing need of nionty. I couldn't tun alt up In Xvd. Nothing helU lue. ns soon as convenient and pay the amount. Cunaumplluu, 1 mjci eiitedDr toKlug'a die ( Dieutery. Onewhen I bottle btard of Mr It gaiegr.at relief I continued to ue muchand now In Its am veil and mom;. Icau'lajy loo pralw." llilt uianeloiia wodklne Is the aureal and iiilcket cure In the world for all Thrust SI and HO. l.ung Trouble. Regular slits 50 cents and IrUt Untie free ut I'euuy's Drug Stole, eitry Ih tie guaranteed. MIC WAS SAVED. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SIIKII ON, PrcNidcut. the Katlonal Hank of Stanford In IhCi andagalc reorganised aa the First National Hank of StanfurJ In 1882, baa had practUally an uninterrupted exist- - ikm UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in emefor II yeara. It Is llter supplied Dow will Utilities for transacting buslnia promptly and lib erally than erer before In Ha loug and honorable career. Accouuts ol InJItlJusli, OJuilsrlrs.tlruil acdladiilduals solicited. DIMICTOH. SARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. STANKOIU), KY. J.W Ilsjden, Stanford 8. II. lUugkiuan, desiring information and Pa&8cni;er ruled to WUcoiHin, Minnesota, Nebraska ami points In tliu fur Weal, including California, should address Frank J. Heed, (Jen. Pass. Agt , K. 11. Kacou, On. 1'ubu. Agt. W.I1. McDoel, Vlco.l're3.& Oen. Mgr. Oniric II. Huckwell Traffic Mgr. At the meeting of tho board of trustees of tho Houoes of Reform, hold ut Lexington Tuesday, Mrs. Louis E. president, Win. Yuudoll was Worthlogtou treasurer and Mrs. Frances E. Beuuchump, lucretury. Tho bullUlugo aro going up but tho progress Is slow and the contractors will lltoly havotopay the forfeit for failure to have- them completed July 1. VOLCANIC EltUlTIO.SS Are grand, but skin erupllous ruh life of Joy. lluikltus AruliaSiltetuintbtm, alu Old, l'uu. iiliigaiul leier Bores, L'lc.is, llolU. I'elous, Corns. Warts. Cuts llrulhs, Hums, ecalds, Chapid Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, Aa .11 Und. ol I'AKMIKU IMI'I.KUKKTS. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S.T. Harris, J.S.Hocker, W.!'. Walton ' T.I'. Hill, W, A. Trlbble, ' J.llCulller.CrabOrch'd M D.EImore, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon blanford. orricaas. J H. livelier, President; A. A J.J, Mcltobvrls Caibltr, McKlnusr As.UlanlC.hler, YOU GET MORE 104 PnperH One Year 50 CeutN. soutnern Railway THE W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. Four fUli'. Fillip Fast Trains TO... SOUTH'S GiH'ES! STSTEH. llaiidi.Cbilblalus, IMt l'llecureuue.rlh. Iniits uutfaiiisaud Aibes. Ouly 21 cts. a bul, Luru gu raulcvd. Sold by Kuny, DruggUl. Through Uetwecn league cooventlou, Tho C. II. & Ind., July I'F.NEntATEi D. Ry. will make u ruto of one furu for EIGHT GREAT STATES tho round-tri- p, good golog July Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia good returning to and Including July North and South Carolina, 21. By depositing 50 cents with joint Alabama, Mississippi. agent, tickets muy be extended to und Includlig Sleeping Gars agents for Aug. 20. See O, II. & D. Information. Upworth India-naiKilIs, 20-2.- 1. 10-2- 1, - m 3 wb 0 trains aviry fesHT - In lb Twe...U'eik Courier Journal Ihau lu .m any other pupir publiahv,- !- Iwlh lu Oliver Chilled Plows und Itepalra. laullty audiuantlly, Malta Cultivator, boat In the world. Deerlng lloll and Hall lloarlng Hinder. Deirlug lloll and lull Hearing MoHur. Moyer iluckboarda and lluggle. Uardvn Plow and Double Shovel. Will pay market price for Wool. Hack The Tolce- - Wnk Omrler Joir.nl I. ,).. cual of mauy dallies, sud Ilia superior of all other furnl.hed any tlmo. All kinds ut Furniture mid any ploco or pirs. II prims mule real news, mi re good class iuatlei,iiioiguodtoiiea than any other. Issued wuut. C.illon kind of Uediieadayaudailurdse g.e rviuiutasluu 3 I), ti. UAHI'KNTKU. IIUSTONVII.LI, Kr. ageuts. hauipl topirs (reaoii sppllcallou. Willlu TO FARMERS. For llarutou COL'illi:ilJOlIlN.VI, CD., Louls.Ule, Ky Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA tuk-day- POINTS Louhjvllle nnf1 tlio South. I kUITerod COCUIItll THREE DAILY TRAINS Htcli way between LouUvllle and Leilngtoo W. A. TUItK, O. V. A,. Washington, 1). O. W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. I'. A. Louisville. Ky year with a cough, and pent huudreds of dollars with dociouuuU for medicine to no avail until 1 Uked lr. This remedy Hell uiukos tvtuk lungs strong. It hut saved uiy Ku J, II. ito.ell. Urauuburg. III. ti ii YLA11S, 4 trains tvtry 3 (rains on Sunday. Pullman and Wagner (Sleepers Vrstlbulcd on night ttalus. Tailor Cars on day Iralua. c3 , y Hy bHU lArraugemint You Cau list Tu for And willing to nay top price lu Chickens, lggs, Fiather. Duck, (lne, Yellow Turke. niiiwug, Copper, Hoot, Hev Wax, Semi - Weokly Interior Journal. Iron und Hide of all kinds. ud The Hones. Also will bu lu tho market for wool. beu too and gut my tirlco before selling, and spot cash. Cull at my headquarter, TWICE A - WEEX COUniER - JOURNAL, gel I'lrrln A Pviico' Olllce, uear DeiMit, . Stan Hoth l)u Year For It. ICOHINf-O.Nford, Ky ctll lira. 4 ecklay tralna on Sunday to INDIANAPOLIS I 4 trams t vsry wnk-da3 tralna on 5wy to CHICAGO The Manhattan open ulr boro show loot 110.000. Vtatlbultd tralna, Standard and Compartment bleeping Cars, Parlor Cars, and Cafe Dining Cars. gays at least two thirds t all yi:idums riniuv ! Tsstlmontals and TEN DATS treat mint free. PR. li. U. COKKB 'S SODS, llox K, Atlauta, Ua. i(viuLuii. itavoeuml DROPSY! salbU hunelosa. Inids munv thiusiiid ten CUR2U with VK'tal It Only $1,25. rh s Is for ca.h substrlidlous enly. under this ivmbluitlou ott'r mi.t ba seut through Ibis Ukce. W V .VALION'JIutiyottU, Kv, HlaatVaHI mm, vmmmitttumnmm