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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 23, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899062301_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 23, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1899 10 A. M. NO. 33 spared for yet many years to como to LANCASTER. both his family and church, for It will The supper given by tho W. C. T. U. bo a day of calamity to both when dear old "Uncle Bob" I called to come up yielded $30 profit. Mrs. J. M. Acton has returned after higher. It B, MaHON'V. a visit to relatives In Lincoln county. Tho L. tt N. will tell round-tri- p ticket to Cincinnati next Sundny at Julia Owens, a respected colored wo- $1.25. man, died here Sunday Tho farmer are in tho harvest Held Col. Cllne, of Langford, has largo or- and a number of our citizen are In der from Now York, for tho valuable Loulvllle so I have no Important building stono which la sawed at that events to chronicle. quarry. The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will ThcMcthodlst meeting Increase In make tholr annual visit to the poor-houInterest. Itev. Henry Mills is attractnext Sunday afternoon, taking ing much attention at hi meeting br refreshments for tbo paupers. A serhi excellent termon. mon will be preached by Kid. C. E. We belle vo Pulaski I pursuing tho Powell. right course when It was determined to Further developments regarding the vote on a bond proposition to build democratic county conventlou reveal turnpikes. Rockcaatlo ahould do the the fact that, Instead of the Stone men same. being Go (e) bled up, tbo Goebel men Tbo Ilockcattlo Medical Association wcro Stoned In. A Stono man says met hero Thursday. Drs. Kdmlaton that pressure was brought to bear on and E. J. Brown were tho visiting local politicians. An elegant banquet was enMr. Wallace Klkln died in Louisville joyed at the Miller Hotel. on Tuesday and tho .remains wprel Richard Pettua Is ballast Inspectoral burled In Richmond on Wednesday. Sparks' quarry. Mr. Kd Adams and Ho was a son of Garret Elkln, formerly children, of Barbourvlllc, are guests of of this county, and bad a number of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Adams. Mr. Ovie friends and relatives In this and MadiMyers and bride (topped here to visit son county. friend on their way from Indiana, the The republican county convention, to homo of tbo latter. y bo held (Thursday), will send G. W. McClure, S. H. Martin, M. C. an unlnstructed delegation, subject to Mullln and J. II. Dunn aro delegates tbo judgment of Governor Bradley, as to the State convention. Thl county be Is supposed to bo posted In the matInatructcd for Stone, Breckinridge ter and prepared to advise his old and Ford. J. W. Brown la taking In friends in reference to their vote. tho Loulavillo convention. Dr. J. II. Tho good citizens of our State are Pettua, Livingston, ditto. Dr. J. H. for the corruption in convenLawrence was hero last week from tions. Many will not como out and mix with tbo floater and rutllan and Judge Ashley Owens, the oldest citi- there will be no change in affairs until zen of Livingston, attended Saturday's they como out and defeat them. Good convention. Mrs. Hiram Fish, hn9 re- government Is a necessary as good turned from a visit to her schools and Is as much a man's business ton, who has been telegraphing for as the work on his farm or in his store. more than a year at Edgefield Junc- Come out and defeat the Illiterate tion, Tenn. Billy Sympson, late of tho floater. 4th Ky., has gone to Parksvllle, Mo., The Lancaster Commercial Club met whero ho will onter College this fall. on Tuesday night to take steps toward getting the Southern railroad, as the POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. routo is being surveyed through tho y Fayette county republicans Instructed county. Ills well known that the must be given and Capt. Wm. for Auditor Stono for governor. Tho population of Sbelbyvllle Is 3- ,- Herndon and Hon. R H. Tomllnson 41U, or 200 more than reported two were appointed to go over the line and ascertain what It will cost. If tbo peoyears ago. A postolllco has been established at ple consider their best interest and Allce.Lotchcr county. George Stamper work together, we will get, tho road and this is our last chance, as there wa appointed postmaster. Hon. Charles E. Llttlefteld was elect- are no other inducements after Southed to succeed tho late Nelson Dlnglcy eastern Kentucky has been reached by as Congressman from the Second Maine a road. district. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. J. L. Whitehead, of Williamsburg, Is The next State Baptist Association spoken of for State Senator. Ho is a splendid gentleman, barring hi poli- will be held at Greenville In June 1000. Rev. W. S. Grlnstead, of Millers tics and would make a capital senator. Capu Lorenzo Dan ford, serving his burg, will preach at the Methodist sixth term a Congressman from the church next Thursday night. rg Rev. C. C. Fisher, principal of Sixteenth Ohio district, died suddenly Female College, will preach of heart disease at bis country home at tho Methodlstchurch Tuesday night. near St. Clalrsvllle, O. Rev. R. Lee Bowman, of Versailles, Tho Lexington Herald prints a denial of the truth of the reort that secret will preach to the Knights of Pythias conferences bavo been held looking at tho Christian church in Danville forward townrd Col. W. C. P.Breckin Sunday. Bear in mind that Willow Grove ridge's candidacy for Congress. The treasury deficit for tho fiscal Church, two miles from Hustonvllle, ycur ending Juno 30 will bo in tho will bo dedicated next Sunday and that neighborhood of $100,000,000, yet tho you are most cordially Invited to attend. Rev. W. M. Hick has been arrested receipts aro nearly $1,000,000 In excess of last year. Tho war revenue act has at Now Haven cburged with collecting reullzed a little less than $10O,O00,0C0. money ostensibly for the Buptlst Wld All the candldutcs, according tothelr ows'und Orphans' Home, In Louisville, statements to the reporters, afo "feel but wlthuut authority. Kvangollst F. M. Myers, of Jefferson-vlllIng good" over their chances for nom Ind., and Rev. Dickson, buvo tnutlon at the bunds of tho Democratic Convention. Tbcso joyful expressions closed a soi ies of successful meetings at leave us lu doubt whether the candi- tho Christian church ut London. At dates uro ull bounding optimists or Tllford's Pool, 20 converts were bap'plain, overy-dublutlurs. Louisville tized, among whom were some of the most prominent people of the town. Times. There is a church In tho town of I.UM1 IltlllTATIOX. Bergen, Norway, built entirely of paI tlm forerunner to coimumptlou. Dr. will euro It. and per. It is certainly tho most novel IVIl's Klve such strength to tliu lungs that n cough structure In tho world, being water or u cold will not it tie thvru. Twentj II vu proof In spltu of tho material used. It ?viit lit I'eiiuy's Drug Store. can seat more than 1.000 people In comCentral Holiness Camp. Wllmore, fort and bus been rendered water proof July 8th to 10th. Tickets will bo sold by u solution of quicklime, curdled milk via tho Queen & Crescent Itouto July and white of eggs. 7 to 15 from ull stations, Dry Rldgo to THE EAULE, KINU Or ALL UlllDS, Somerset Included, at 11 fare for the Is noted for clear round trip. Good to July 18th. See tluct vision. IU keen alght. persona uud dls So are thoo who ue Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo for weuk eyes, agents for particulars. se s. Hy-dc- n. right-of-waMill-crsbue, y m styes, soro eyea of uuy kind or granulated lids. Sold at Penny's ut 25 cents. lIUAVi: MEN VAhU Vlrlliut la tloiuach, llrrr and kidney troubles at wellaa women, and all frel Hit mulls lulouuf Dr. Thomas Osmond Summers, the ariwllte, oloua la tun Mood, baikache, nervous. uett, headatlie mud tired, llttlew, run. down feel-lu- yellow fever expert, lato MnyorSur-gco- n Hut llitru't noticed to feel Hie that. Utteu In charge of tbo fever hospital at to J. W (Jarduer, Idtrllle, lad. Iliun: "hire-tri- o Hitter, ars Jutl the thing lor a uiin when he It Santiago, committed sulcldo by shootall ruuduwu, and duu'tcaro whether ha lire or die.. It did luona to ilv uio new atreuifth and ing himself through the head. Despongood than aaylhlug- - I rould take. 1 ran dency, caused by fancied lack of apprelow eat anything- - and hate a Daw leaaa on Ui." Only ouiemtat Penny' Drug Si ore, Kiery hot ciation of bis services by tbo Governtit guaranteed. ment during tbo Spanish war Is assign- XXVIII HEWS 0FTHEVICM6E. siliBBLJu!l4VUsnKiiHsiaslHsiHii Tho Ladle' Fair lit Hlchmond cleared S3U0. A Matonlc picnic will bo held at Klrksvlllo tomorrow. Iloas Mccco wa held In 1 1,000 for killing Martin Vaujjht In Pulaakl. Tho roX)rt that James Howard woi kllleJ at Manchester teem to bo 'true. Gov. Hntdloy refuted to pardon G.W. Williams, of Knox county, tent up for criminal assault. Wn, Haydcn, of Jcssatnlno, dropped dead In a livery aublc at Lexington from heart disease. Tho CoTcrnor remitted a flno against Lawrence Drown, of Caiey, for unlawful talo of liquor. Tho Southern' frolpht doot at was robbod of a tot of shoes consigned to V. F. Hall. Ilcrca will have a nowtpapcrtn a few day to bo called Tho Citizen. Mr. T. G. Paaco will bo editor. J. G. Drowning, a prosperous Adair county farmer, agcd&S, committed ul clJo on account of 111 health. Ml Maria Scar ha been appointed postmaster at Lino Creek. Pulaski county, vlco U. Randolph resigned. Mlea Julia Going, of Laurel, went crazy over religion and tried to'klll her mother and (later. Sbo wa cnttotho aiylura. V. N. Green, who wa given Ave year at London for killing a Negro named Mullln, wa pardoned by Gov. Bradley. William Ulatr wa hot and Inataotlv killed In a drunken quarrol at Jolllco. by Fletcher Wbllccotton, alto colored. A fuilllado of tbot followed the quarrel. Tho Gradyvlllo corrcaKndcnt of the Adair New aya that O. C. Mornaon, who 81 year old, cradlcdwhcat all day Monday and fell like a fighting cock that night A crowd of White yelled "Hurrah for Carlo Urlttaln" a young Edgar Garrard patcd through Manchester, mean Ing tho negro who killed Dan Garrard and who U ald to havo been defended by tho White' monoy. Mr. Nancy S. Durnctt, wife of C. II. Burnett, died at her homo near Valloy Oak, aped GO. Her remain were laid o to reit at Frlendahlp Church, In I couuty, and funeral lervlcc were conducted by Itev. Jaroe A. Gragg. Tho 13,000 damage ult agalnit J. C. Iluck, by John T. Leo, at Albany, resulted In a hung jury. Duck woro on tand that a vlalon from tho wltno Heaven cauied him to recognize Leo a tho boy who pacd tho f JO railed billon him. Thieve will not likely bother the Mealon of Capt. W. H. Gruhb, of Sholby City, whon It become generally known that ho has a Mauacr rlllc which will kill at two mile. It wa vent to him by hi ton, Col. Hayden Grubbs. Newton It. Bright, brother of H. It. ' Bright, who married Mr. Llzzlo of thl place, accidentally tbot himself while handling a platol. Tho ball passed through tho akin justunder the left car. It I a bad wound, but not necessarily fatal. Wallace Elkln, brothor of Xack El kin, of Morelaad, died In Louisville of cancer of the stomach, Tuesday, aged 20. Ho was a splendid young man and hi death will cause regret wherover ho Is known. Tho remain were taken to Richmond fur interment. Oscar Johnson, who wa on trial for disturbing tho pcaco, last Tuesday, escaped before tho 'verdict wa rendered, hut Squire Peyton proceeded with tho ovldonco and tho jury found him guilty fixing his punishment ut 00 days In jail, and $100 und cost. Hols still at large.-- - Powers cor. Advocate. 1 took-cattl- It's All Oyer The Country That THE GLOBE Shells IsssHl HRk assHl the Ilst Gooda For The 1am Money. ' Now Is Your Chance To Save Monoy. A new, big line of Believing a I do that we should honor the living a well a tho dead, and for tho gratification of hi many admirers, I with to give your reader a partial history and express my high appreciation of my esteemed and friend and couotyman, It. B. Wood. In attempting this, however, I rcalizo my unworthlnes. We of thl generation havo cauto to bo proud of our achievement, or rather of our surroundings, but let us not boast, for we Und upon the shoulders of the past. Tho subject of roy sketch Is a representative of a past, and shall I say of a better ago and of sounder, purer social and religious methods than now exist? Ho wa born Aug. 10th, 1814, on Dlx Illver, six mile above Shclbyvltlc, Bedford county, Tenn. Ho lived at that place until 2.1 year of ago, at which lime ho went to Naahvlllo where ho remained two year, part ol which time he attended school In what was school then known as the In that city, commencing, as bo says at "baker." After this be accepted a proposition to go back to Bedford county and engage In running a hemp factory, where he remained tbreo year and then removed to Pulaski county, where together with hi brother, E. II. Wood, ho engaged in tho coal business for eight year. In thl bo was quite luccessful and accumulated considerable monoy. Later he formed a partnership with Dr. Walter Owsley. In lSol Mr. Wood married Miss Susan Fisher, granddaughter of Kpbralm Pennington. Flvo children were born to tbcm, of which only ono survives Mr. E. P. Woods who has been a most devoted son to a noble father. In 1850 Mr. Woods bought tho beautiful home where he now lives, and has ever since been actively engaged In farming and trading In stock. At the tlmo he began trading, hogs brought t'J per hundred and mule colts which cost him $75 sold at tho end of a year for $110 to $120. When hi son. K. P. Wood, became 21 year of age, hi father gave him a half interest In this business and together they have been most success ful. But let us turn from tho business ven-orah- lo It II. WOODS. Fine Shirts, Shoes, Hats and Un derwear. aWSuita Cleaned and Presscd.tBs J. L. Frohman THB GLOBB, & Co., 'Phone 186, Danville. Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, And all kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. IrV. A. CARSON'S. STANFORD. I I 0 c,4u.rA mmiM uuuiib e 1 i i m 35 Serge and Luster Coats, Serg-- Coats and Vests, 1 Beautiful Soft Shirts, Pretty Patterns In endless variety, from 50c to II 30. White and fancy Vj1 SILK PUFF EOSOM SHIRTS Straw Hats For all classes. Prices 10c to 2. BSyTEltVIS CASH. sldo of Mr. Woods' llfo and look at him from a religious jolnt of view, for not to speak of "Unc'-- ) Bob" (as he lsattcc tlonut-jlcalled1, by his friends) from thl view Ktint would bo to leave out by far tho most Interesting part of toe character of this lino old gentleman. At the age of IS he wa convicted of tin and professed religion, but did not connect hlmtelf with tho church for quite a number of year. On the 2d day of April, lbOO, ho and his wife were baptized und received into tho Baptist church at this place by Itev, A. I). Hash. Ho It u most devoted Baptist und Is a great student of the Bible. Ho knows It so thoroughly that liu cun quote almost any passage of scripture, that you may ask for. Ho Is u born theologian and cuu got at tho bottom ut W H. Cypress Shingles. -- J. M'ROBERTS. Iron Fence. ( I A. CSIHE, Metal Roofing. STANFORD, Ky. Mill Work. A mock company comKcd of Jumca-towand Columbia capitalists, was or- n knotty theologlcul problems iti quickly und clearly us half the preuuticrs who bavo had years of training In seminary und college. Nothing so delights this good old man as to havo a number of his friends to dlno with him In his hospitable homo and after dinner to ganized at Jumestown to conduct a banking business. N. II. W. Aaron, Commonwealth's uttornoy, was elected president und W. S. Stone, a proral-no- nt Itusscll county attorney, cashier. Tho capital Is J15.000. It. H. Lucas, of Manchcstcrtells a Louisville paper that tho Baker-Howafeud Is at an end. Ho says that Mrs. Tom Baker has decided to go to her father, who Is a prominent farmer Sho will take her In Indian Territory. children with her. Ho declares (hat tho men who havo been corralcd and armed In tho mountain have laid down their weapons and returned to their homes and to their work. A better and more secure feeling prevails throughout tho torror stricken section. Everybody now appear to bo satisfied to let tho law take its courso and the members of tho faction are disposed to bavo peace. Leading citizen, who have taken no part In the feud, are now endeavoring to got tho Whites, Howards, and others Involved In tho J.jbtlng to agree to do all In tholr power to provent further bloodshed. Tbeso men aro said to be kindly to this Idea, and whon each faction I assured tba'qn one of Its sldo will recolvo harm at tho hands of the enemy, It l thought;peaco will bo permanently restored. rd A Family Carriage beauty ami comfort with convenience, is oue of our well made, easy riding and elegant Surreys. It is unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give more satisfaction fo" general family use than other carriage maiio We are selling them Cheap and Fast. , That combines scut himself with these chosen spirits under tho shade of a tree and there whllo uwuy un hour or two iu friendly talk and argument about soma mooted point In theology or doctrine, and woo bo unto tho unwary young theolog or man of whatovcr calltho ing, when ha attemps to "run against Undo Bob!" He will wish ho had Ho said to the been bettor posted. writer that bo used to depend upon tbo preachers for his Interpretation of scripture, but now bo depends upon tho Blblo Itsoir, una tils laltb grows brlghtor day by day as ho grows older. In bis church Mr. Woods is vory much loved and honored and Is looked up to as quite a neslor. No Innovation Is over atlompted without first getting his opinion and judgment. Ho Is a man of fine natural sense and bad bo bad tho early advantages of some others bo would undoubtedly bavo made his mark In tbo world. Ho has a mas-slv- o bead of tho Henry Clay type and with tho opportunity woi'ld bavo made a statesman of no mean calibre. Ha has been very faithful In every relation of llfo and may this valuable llfo be B. K. Opp. Wearen Court-Hous- & Son, Four Stanford, Ky. ttlt Fast Trains TO... A chemlst;bas discovered a solution ed as the cause of the rash act. Into which If collars and cuffs aro HED UUl' t'itUM THL' (JUN dropped perspiration will bavo no efWm th ball that hit (I. II. Steadwan, ol New ark, Mich., lu lot Civil War. II eauwd horrltl fect. aw lMawtfjjaVjs" Toledo, Detroit AND MICHIOAN AND CANADA Ulcer. that oo treatment btled (or M years, then lluralen'a Arulia Salve cured hlni. Cure Cutt, WEAK ETCSA III MaUC STIIONU, llruUot. Uurot. llolli, Keloot, Corut, Sklu ljup. Dim ltloa mads clear, styes removed und Hoot, lleat lilt cur on oarth. 24 eta. a box. eianulated lids or tore uvea of anv kind Curs guaranteed. Sold by J'euny, Druggist, m a apueUlly and effectually cured by tho uta o( Sutherland's Kagle Eye Salvo. It's put up Tbo Kentucky Distilleries and Warein tuuea. auu som on u guurauieo. for house Company, tbo American Spirits aalr at Penny's Drug Store Company und other concerns havo com- POINTS 4 Iratni every wttkday, 3 trains on Sunday, on rarlor Can ou day traiaa. uiht and Wagner Sleepers Vntlhuletl tialua. Mrs. Sudlo Karles, died at Trousdale, bined to control tbo manufacture of Tenn., aged 100. Sbo bad a falling for; Bourbon and ryo whisky and spirits. calico drcssos and died with a half bun Tbd capital ot the now concern is $125,. dred she bad never worn. 000,000. rSST to 1NDUNJUP0LIS i 4rSKZST t.CWCIIW , Vcttlbulcil tralna. Standard and Compartment Slerplng Car, fartor Cart, and Cafa Dining Cara. U t. i. I mm U V I K l It Is said that Gov. Bradley will ap- E. A. Woolbrlght, a Warren county In his effort to fly In the face of all doelde contest! on their point Judgo W. L. Brown, of London, man, who was whipped by whltccaps, precedent and merits Instead of by credentials, Chair- to hold a special court at juancncsier.e brought suit against his alleged assail An ants for 125,000 damages. man Johnston mado a miserable botch Bad (election if it Is made. Jim Garllngton, ono of tho train roo- man, with no shadow of prejudice came near causing tho conStanpord, Ky., June 23. 1899 of It and of ben who killed the onglneor and firevention to break up In a row. Most of atralnst ono or tho othor faction likely to man In doing to, was given a death his decisions wcro rotton. A chairman feudUts, would be much moro reputo at Fort Worth, Toxas. W. P. WALTON. who goes in to put his man up whether bring law and order into better than a ineaX man. Tho other Intima Robert Wayne, of Falrvlew,Ind.,thot or no Is a mighty good ono to drop and the fact that Mr. Johnston bat boon tion that tho Govorcor will appoint In tho dark to tcare hit llttlo brother GEODEL AND STONE. Is and torlnusly wounded his father, who dropped shows that tho convention Georgo Denny at special prosecutor, much moro reasonable. Tho Roaring had come home unexpectedly. FIH8T AND TWICE. DRAW 11LOOD entertained that Idea. A model of Pike's Peak, mado of Jim Williams and Dr. Berry wero Bull of Bashan could scaro tho natives ONE OR THE OTHER WILL LIKELY HE and their rough to death with hit fog horn voice which pure gold and weighing something like tho scrgeants-at-arr- os NOMINATED, KJSSIIILY STONE. Astrol through our Store will convince any Impartial observer tht this Is tho manner of speaking to delegates came ho wouldn't bo afraid to raise to Its two tout, It to bo a part of Colorado's largest and the Lett .elected Slock of Dry Hoods, Clothing, Hati and Shoes In Stan Is hardly likely that exhibit at tbo Paris exposition. THE LATEST. near nrcclnltatlnsr a bloody battle. Ed highest key. It Gen. Ludlow has isiucd an order di ford. Our Inline no display of Saulsberry, of Henry, a brother of G. ho will bo appointed, howover, unless LOUISVILLE, Judo 23. Convention In down the govornor hopes thereby to got rid recting a general met at 7 I. M., last nlghtand adjourned W of Mlddlesboro, was called him He desires to maintain the tho creden- by them, but they wished they hadn't of an ancient enemy by getting without doing anything, feudists. present excellent health conditions. tials committee not being ready to re- been so previous beforo tho thing was killed by tho weapFronch Miller was Indicted, tried, Tho committee on resolutions over, l'lstols. knives and other port. DfRiNO and boforo tho convention, stampede convicted and sentenced to two years will report endorsing tho Goebcl bill, ons wero drawn and a general tho Loulsvlllo Dispatch has demon Imprisonment within flva hours at declaring for Bryan In 1000, Blackburn resulted. trntoil ta utter unreliability as a to succeed Lindsay, frco silver to bo On counting noses tho Goebel and newananor. In its efforts for Hardin Weston, W. Va., for forglnc a check. se Tho Standard Oil Comwny is pretho dominant Issuo again, and Chicago Stono men found that in order to It has shown Itself a greater llarthan platform to bo reaffirmed In Its cntlety cure the temporary organization, they tho Post, whoso mondaclty is pro paring to abandon Ohio, and will glvo with the addition of a clause against must combine. Tnero was much dif verbial. When papers color tho facta up charter in that Stato July 1. HeadWalls, French Tcrctles worth trusts. Only two members of tho com- ficulty In effecting It, howovef, owing to tult tholr oplnlont thoy soon loso out quarters will ba removed to Now York Will speak for tLeui.elves. A big line of new Shirt conflicting interests of tho Sweeney, of 75c and 1, our price 4Sc. I.idies' I.lnen Skirt 19c. New line of Ladles" trimmed Editor Charles Henry mittee opposed endorsing the Goebel to tho of public confidence Muhlenburg county, has filed a peti- Pattern Hats worth 13.50 to t our price tills week 81.93. for minor olllccs, but it was fibill and they thought It unnecessary. John B. Thompson denies tho report nally arranged Tuesday evening and The republican State convention tion In bankruptcy. His Indebtedness that the Hardin men will bolt if things tho leaders of the two candidates went promises to bo a tamo affair so far as aggregates 812,017. His assets arc only do not go their way. Tho Courier to work to elect their man. tho nomination for governor is con- $ir. The fact that Jcsso M. Alverson, of cerned. 'Torney Gonoral Taylor has Flva men pretending to bo ofllccrs, Journal says a sensation will bo sprung today but does not say what it Is. Stone Stanford, was put on the committee on already 600 votes and Is at turo ol the' went to tho homo of Henry flail In and Goebel held a consultation and seem permanent organlzatson hy acclama nomination as tho tlmo arrives. Stone Knott county and arrested his daughIlegulariiJ quality this week 5c, Tt lonkfl tion when all tho other places wero Is credited with 91 votes and Pratt with ter, whom they took off and foully out KlAa.atund Aanh nrlini 0 4 Unbleached Sheeting lie. how high the but 14. raged. . 10-- 4 very much like Goebel, but It may be hotly contested, shows L'nbleached Sheeting 14jc, I splendid young democrat and lndefatl- Alfred Wells, tried atCrawfordsvlllc Stone. Hardin seems to be beaten. White Bed Spreads, 4Sc, THE female college that brought It Ind., for killing his two children, wept HIs likely that tho temporary or gable party worker stands In tho cstl Summer Corsets 21c, matlon of the leaders of tho district. It self into notice by conferring tho de for disappointment when tbo jury ac ganlzatlon will bo mado permanent. Short Waists, Blue and Tink Cutsets 50c Is rare that such an honor goes to ono gree of doctor of civil laws on McKln quitted hlra on tho grounds of InsaniMen's Cotton Pants SJc, As It turned out, tho chairman might so young or so deserving. ley, left out a word that In his case ty. Ho wanted to be hanged. Men's Unbleached Drll Drawers 15c, have said "Ten Hours for a Rough degree. Doctor of Boyle coquetted a while with the should bo In the In Knott county Lenvlllo Harvey, Instead of "The Convention Hardlu mep, but seeing their capers civil service laws would more appro, who struck Marlon Cholllns with a pair House," will be In Order," for It never was for Judge Breckinridge swung tho whole prlately express It. of "knucks," was sentenced to a year t a moment in an orderly condition and vote in lino for Redwine. Lincoln, In the penitentiary within three hours was a fighting, howling, dis- Garrard, Madison, at times It BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Rockcastle and after the offonso was committed. attendgraceful mob. We have been Shelby also voted for Redwine, giving A Tennessee jury has struck a dead3.0M Yards Fancy Calico .Ijc, 0 feet Kelt window Shades 10c, .'! yard Lace Cur- Six members of a boatlog party wcro ing State conventions since 1370 and him a majority of the counties and a ly blow at the favorite Southern sport Uiiis 00c, ladies' Black Cotton Hose 5e. Ladles' Talent Oxfords 50c, seen the one at Louis- big majority of the vote of tho 8th dis- drowned during a storm on the river nt of nigger killing we havo never bv sending a wealthy Wis. Danbur, ville nearly approached In disorder and trict. whito man to tho penitentiary for ten All the street car lines In St. Louis acts unbecoming men met for the great After John S. Rhea had voted tho years for the murder of a black woman. are to be consolidated, the deal Involvof naming tho next State offpurpose county of Logan for Redwlno, Marma-iuk- e A coroner's jury nt Scranton, Miss., JIOO.OOO.OOO. icers of Kentucky. The battle on the Bowden arose In behalf of the ing county re- declared that Daniel 1'ntrlck, col ore J, The grand jury of Clinton temporary chairmanship was the most contesting delegation and said the who was hanged by a mob, came to his stubbornly contested conflict of the county was against "trusts and combi- turned 24 Indictments, the smallest death "by climbing n treo, venturing years. kind ever waged and the roll call as nations of all kinds." "Sit down, you number in too far out on a limb, and, falling, broke The largo tobacco stemmery ol Thos. permitted by the chairman, the long voted for McKlnley," was fired at him Men's Klnu Shoes OSr. We lolil In Men's and Itoys' Clothing. his neck." P. Hodge burned at Nebo. Tho loss est and most unnecessarily ueiayeu. from all sides and ho sat, while Rhea's $73,000. may reach one on record. The Shelby county driving associavote stood recorded. fover has broken out at San- tion will clvo a Fourth of July carniMusic Hall was jammed with a per Very little was dono Wednesday but Yellow spiring, Impatient crowd, when at wrangle after the chairman bad an- tiago and three American soldiers have val at the fair grounds In abelbyvllie. 11:10 Wednesday Maj.'.P. P. Johnston nounced the names of tho members of died of the disease. There will bo special attractions. David Neighbors, aged l,,of Lllza- G. W. Browning, n railway conduc called the convention to order and in- tho committees from tho State at large. uy a The Cheapest Home In Town. troduced tho Hev. Coleman to invoke Tho committee on credentials bad a bethtown. was run over anu ttuieu tor on the Monon route, says that be the divlno blessing. Without an open- great deal of work to do and after find- train at Schell City, Mo thinks be was the first roan to use. hopp ples on a trotter or pacer. He used It is estimated that tho gold clean-uing speech he proceeded to have the ing that it could not report, tho con T.D. HANKY, Manager, Klondike for the present season them on John B. 2:20 away back In in tbo districts called for nominations for vention adjourned till P. M. 1873. to 818,000,000. temporary chairman. The first disBranch stores at Elliabethtown.JKIkton, Owensboro, Sholbvville, Versailles, IUrdst In the district meetings tho Stone will amount while bathing trict, through OUle James, put Judge Goebel forces had an easy victory for Two youths fell out fought a duel. town, Hopklnsvllle, Madlsonvllle, Motganfield. Georgetown Ky , Clitlnvllle. Tccn. Va., and D. B. Redwine, of Breathitt, the candi- the committees and tbey got the party near Pulaski, combination, organization also, controlling every Both were fatally wounded. date of the Goebel-StoAt Drlprock, Jackson county. Peter in nomination, and the 2d through district except the 4th, 7th and 11th. ! the estate of William At administrator Urey Woodson seconded it. There The Hardin men bolted In the 2d and Gabhard was killed In a row, but It is Coocli. deceased, weofwill on not known who the murderer it. were no responses till the 11th was there was a contest in the 5th. Is to the House what A colored lawyer, L. R. Dlggs, of 'Wednesday. xa, '99, called when James Garnett, of Adair, has been The order of nominations nominated Capt. W. H. Sweeney, of agreed on as follows: Governor, lieu- Lexington, has locaWd in ueorgeiown At the late residence of decedent on Pit Marlon, John B. Thompson, Hardin's tenant governor, treasurer, auditor, for tho tiractlce of his profession. Hirer In Lincoln county, Kj" , aluut C mile. A mammoth C. & O. engine pulled a East of Stanford, sell at public auction to right bower, seconding it. The call of attorney general, secretary of State, Is to tholMan. A coat of nice Taint will the highest bidder tbU personal property of counties was then ordered and it superintendent of public instruction, loaded train of 92 cars through Kana- the estate, to wlti add at much to the appearance of your of a mllo long. wha. It was showed many contests. Charley Brons-to- n commissioner of agriculture. IS milk cows. dwelling as a 'ew Suit will add to yours. One bull, Robert Varvel died of blood poisonvoted Lexington 10 for Sweeney Stone-Geob- el We sell tho Best Brands of combine seems to The 0 cattle, caused by (I yearling cattle, and one for Redwine, but Moses Kaull-ma- n bo winning out all along tho line. It ing nt Bellefontalne, O., 10 disputed his right and the county first secured the party management In sticking a fish hook through his finger 4 yearling belters, Leads And Oils. head of bones and mures. was passed after some sharp talk beSomo of tho Hardin leaders are T sown and u lot of shouts, tho State and then against the most Come to See L's. "7 feeding bogs, tween the contestants. The result of adverse rulings secured tno temporary threatenlnc to hold a little convention 21 uwes and ono buck. the ballot showed Rcawlne In the lead organization. of their own If things do not go to suit 21 lambs. them. and but 40 votes short of a majority. Alxiut 1U0 barrels of corn In crib, There seems to be a growing feeling Alotof farming Implements, household John N. Marshall, Sr., committed Chairman Johnston then went through for Judgo Breckinridge for attorney and kitchen furniture, tho contestants' claims and three or general and he is very Bure of the nom- oi.,i.i,. n, TTnnrifrion because his eons 2 Copper Stills Asi Wcra: And 10 Muh more hours were consumed by the work. ination, If Hardin docs not triumph, a had disgraced him by forgery and Tabi. theft. After the contests bad been passed on TtiiMS. A creditor four months on nolo Harvey Myers' contest against Goeof grand old Gen. John B. with good security with Interest from dstu Tho homo Redwine was found to have 570 votes, wts even so flimsy lutuk. bat tho Hardin crowd demanded a re- bel in Kenton was couldn't that de- Gordon, at Atlonta, burned, but ho and puyablo Intho termsNo property to bu A large assortment of good Wall 1'apcr at 4c, 5c, Oc, 7c anil 8c er roll to of .alu are comremoved until help select a worse wrangle than Chairman Johnston saved his library and confederate piled with. capitulation and from at the store of , ciding against him. II err ie W. Oixk-icrelics. ever was experienced. I.II.UCU.N seemed to take Coocii. William Stubbs, a Lyon county farInstead of declaring the vote when it Red Fox Bronston w. a. (loocn. everyone who had delight in voting Lexington against his mer, was found dead In his cornfield. Administrators. was apparent to Goobel, but his right Death probably resulted from heart, kept count that Redwine had the ma- former friend, was contested. Wo also hang Wall Taper at 5c er roll by tho most competent men and carry evM"M u. trouble. jority, Chairman Johnston, in bis apery thing In the Senator Farrls was elected chairman honorary degreo 01 uoctor 01 Tho parent effort to further Hardin's interof tho committee on credentials, anoth- civil laws has been conierreu upon ests by the election of Capt. Sweeney President McKlnley by Mount uoiyoice chairman, kept reopening contests er very worthily bestowed honor. Charley Bronston Is going to take a College. Pictures Framed to order on short notice in latest styles (live us a call and 'sco that he had passed upon, permitting how you can save money. ho hadn't gone Robert Waymond, of Ravenwood, others and changing bis rulings In tour of Europe. Pity No. 300 Main St Danville, Ky. Telephone No. 121. to kill himself with an ax holding tho matter open till beforo tho convention. still others, Tenn.rtrled uo Hades Isn't halt as hot as the con- when ho found that his wile was a fight on tho stage forced an adjournwhen tho body is in tohlra. ment after eight hours of continuous vention ball is men fought with action. D. A. Colo, an L. & N. conductor, session. The Hardin It looks like It will be cither Stone was beaten almost to death by four the desperation of despair and it was TO tramps, near Hopklnsvllle. Robbery not until the night session was far con- or Goebel, most probably Stone. motive. was the sumed beforo the chairman reluctantly The effort of John B. Thompson to Natchez, Miss., people will allow tho Tho painting season Is here. We wish to call your attention to the fact that we announced tho final recapitulation turn down Col. Jack Cblnn, as execu- law to tako Its course In the case of keep the Ilest Heady Mixed Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Ac., in the market. which showed Redwine with 551 from this district, On taking tive committeeman votes and Sweeney 520 two young negro brutes who assaulted ! Is about the worst Instance of Ingratithe chair Judgo Redwine made a very tude wo have ever known, and if the llttlo wblto girls. speech and after he bad been auFourteen cases of yellow fever and short Our line of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs Soaps colonel doesn't make him rue It, those ' ' RATES ON AOOOUNT and of the very best quality. four deaths are reported at Santiago, Ac., Is complete, thorized to appoint two members each who know him will bo surprised. The Cuba. The American troopa have evacTHC ORCAT on the three carefully compounded from tho Turest and Best drugs ob from the PRESCRIPTIONS Madison county delegation, beaded by talnable. Trices reasonable. We solicit your patronage. committees, the convention adjourned Gov. uated the barracks. McCreary, rebuked the Hardin has refused to disturb till 10 A. M. yesterday, the selection of crowd, however, and in future we tako Gov. McMtllln the sentences of tho Sevier county, a temporary chairman having consumed Si it that Cblnn will ttand as strongly for Tenn., whltecappers and tbey will be ON SALE tho entire day. the governor as bo has stood against banged July 6. JUNE 2TTH TO JULY 1ST. In tho 6th district committee meeting him heretofore. Tho action of Thomptho combine bad everything 1U own son angered Chlnn very much and be John Rider, living near Sonora, had TO GREAT OPPORTUNITYOITY o n crowd a leg cut off and was otherwise Injured way. The O THE QUEEN was beard to remark that all tho trouo running away while WITH THE OROWDB WHO O tried to throw Jack Chlnn down for the ble ho bad ever gotten Into was for by bit horses O WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL o State Central committee with Mr. Hoo- standing by bis friends, tho more es- hitched to a mower. O Pldk-onMEETINO OF OIRMAN o Explosion of a magazine In Fort ver, of Jessamine, but Cblnn won In a pecially tho Thompsons and that bo o o Fla., caused tho death of ono solwalk, receiving 43 to 35 votes. Ho would In the future bo as relentless an o o r. A., OIHOINNATU V. O, RIMUMtOH, didn't get bis own county, but ho did enemy of tbo latter aa he has been a dier and the Injury of several others. o o $75,000. o got Madison that mora than offset it. faithful friend, Peoplo generally de Pronertv loss o o OONSION YOUlt STOCK TO Tho Transylvania Printing Co., at Simeon Cook was chosen executive com o test Ingratitude and iu this flgbt will Lexington, J. B. Morton it Co., and Heady Mixed Taints for all Turposen. o o mitteeman, Jesso M. Alverson member side with Col. Cblnn, no matter if they o o Wm. Purcell have combined with a .U&OT, SMS & COHKSfi, of commltteo on organization, Hon. have o been against him beforo. o capital atock of $30,000. Jas. B. McCreary on resolutions and o o Lire Stack Cosualiiln Usrcfcinti, tells tho Richmond Senator Georgo T. Farrls on credeno . Sold for tho LOWEST CASH Trices. o It Is said that Gov. Bradley will offer Geo. B. Hale tials. Col. Cblnn Is mad buro enough $500 for tbo assassin of Tom Baker. Register that bo ba a pigeon that set Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington o o Yards, Ky.. on a hen egg and hatched out ono WIi.imor Union Stock lilll our Cincinnati. O, j' o with thoso ho has always fought for Will Sheriff Whtto claim ItV o klilniitficr rare Ttrlvllpirii . .......,',-- . .- Viitt which It Is now trying to tako telllug LVutrul.- uovlnglon biock .. o chicken, and If his enmity doesn't count for varus Wo o r with all tho tenderness of a will make It to your advuutagu ami give o .. Jeffries, the pugilist, has gono into o much in the future we have mistaken our personal attention. your stock natural mother. tbo saloon butlness In New York. bis make up. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL " THE- out-tid- - ten-ten- Louisville Store. a. Bargains With Prices Attached. can-dldat- 30 PIECES OF FANCY LAWN MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 15c, LADIES PATENT TIP SHOES 75c. The Louisville Store. Administrator's Sale. July ne PAINT CLOTHING two-thir- Paints, Penny's Drug Store. Just Think Of It A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES un-tr- CINCINNATI 6 5-- 6. Stato-at-lar- go SAENGERFEST NATIONAL OR A I'D HOOKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hardln-Thompso- s, 8INQ-ER- White Lead, Linseed Oil, Wall Paper and Alabastine W. B. McROBERTS. i'l-a- oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo yt ft Lawrcnccburg. Mks. Dr. I. S. Buuinrrr, of Hrod-ha- d, was hero Wednesday returning from Lancaster. Mrs. Kdwi.v P. Moritz will entor-Ul- n this evening In honor of Mls K. Miller. Miss Alice Drye, of Hutonvlllr, is with Misses Sallle and Jessie Cook at G. H. Cooper's. Miss Catherine O'Hannon, of Dallas, Texas, is veiling her uncle, Dr. W. B. O'Hannon. Miss IIelle Hoot, of tho Dent and Dumb Institute, Danville, orders her paper sent to her at Atlanta. ARCHIE DOCK Klkin entertained a largo cumber of his Utile friends very delightfully Tuesday evening. Miss Annie G. Gover, of Stanford, Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Stouffcr. Hichmond Register. Ma-lln- J, A. ALLEN was In LmiUtrltln ilil. ONLY engraver In town. Dalton, week. BUOOV harness, new stock and chMti. ItKV. 8. M. COOK, tho ovanirflllit. U Bcazley it Carter. with his aunt, Mrs. Bottle Novlus. Stanford, Ky., June 33, 1809 dexter Ballou Is assisting Bcaz-le- y NICE, new saddles and harness verv it Cartordurlng thoharvcttr-cason- . cheap nt Geo. II. Farris'. Ms. Lou 8uaNkr returned yesterE. 0. Walton, Busimbm Manaoer. 1. day from a six weeks' visit to relative s Wanted. A colored cook. In Missouri. Apply to Mrs. L. B. Cook. Soda Watich, Ico cold, pure and . . Mil, ana-MrsJ. II.Sympson have rooit refreshing at Penny's Drug Store The Twlcc-a-WeThe boit materials combined with taken Mrs. Lewis Withers' house.whllo NAL Is only (1 a year Interior Joun. cash. Remember care, (kill and accuracy Insure good sho becomes matron at tho Joseph mat. other methods aro ever Price Infirmary. results. used In our prescription work. Penny's Mit8. J. Caiiveii Jones and children, BASE BALL. The Hustonvlllo and Drugstore. Arthur nnd Paulino, of Kansas City, Crab Orchard ball teams will play hero carao yesterday to visit her brother, Saturday afternoon, when a good game PBSOm AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Mr. W. P. Grimes. may bo expected. Mil. T. D. Nkwxand hai been qulto E. S Protheroe. of Brodhend, is nick. Wk carry tho lire risk on all stored now night miller for J. II. Baughman William Hamilton Ii confined to ft Co. Allen Traylor ran tho cnglno wheat and load It on cars free of his room by illness. charge Should you not tell, bring it Rev. W. M. Uuitt spent several at nlghu for a week or so. Mr. It. W. IIOCKER, of Kansas City, to us. J, II. Baughman it Co. days at Mlllorsburg. and his protty llttlo daughter, Sarah, I WILL open Monday, Sept. 0, at tho Mits. L1z7.1t: Dillion, of Lancaster, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Pegglo Larp schooi-housis vltlttny Mrs. Mattlo Novlus. a kindergarten and primary school. Music and elocution Kitr.u Uacmann, of LouUvllle, tpent A, Hooker and J. S. Hockor. Mrs. J. i,. Hose, Jof Sholby City, also taught. Mrs. II. D Phillips. several weeks with his parents. who Is hero getting up a Hive of Lady Mil. C. S. Nikui, tho Knox county Maccabees, Is succoodlnir well. Sho OUT of 23 white teachers examined coal magnate, was hero Wednesday. Mrs. Gkoiiok I). Poim:, of Living-sto- alrcudy has 10 petitions and many moro for school certificates, nine lost out ennovo promised to join. Miss Sudlo El- tirely, Supt. G. Singleton tells us, and visited friends bcre tbls week. Is of 13 colored, only five passed. TwenMiss Lena Palmkii, of Klrksville, lis assisting her. Is wlta Misses Clara and Noll Mcrshon. ty moro persons of tho 2d examination, LOCAL JUPPENIN6S. are yet to hear their doom. This Is Kld. Josk.i-i- i SevkraSce, of Fink watch repairing at Hamilton's. the day for the 2d examination of col hotna, Tcnn., Is with bis mother hero. ored teachers and about 10 are on hand. Misses Jennie and Mauie Wain Coal Oil Stoves at Cost. Warren & Is REN are visiting friends In Louisville Shanks. Good Gardener. F. K. Trlbble, Missis Louise anu Kvelyn Kast- I.and are In Clark county visiting rela Km gloves fitted to the band at John tho avowed old bachelor, Is proving to tbo public that he Is by odds tho finest P. Jones'. tive. gardener In this section. About tho Miss Viroinia Pickett Ik speeding Nick lino of trunks, cheap' Gcorgo time beans wero being shipped from vacation with her parents In Shelby II. Farris. tin South, he came In with lots of that county. Miss Viroinia Koiiinson, of Louis Chicken feed wheat for sala cheap. splendid vegetable, while for moro thun a week past he has been supplying ville, Is with Miss Mury "Hoo" J. II. Baughman it Co. our merchants with corn. Somo good Wk have plenty of coal for thresh woman Is missing lots by not taking Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Da r. ton Kcnlcy in out of tho wet. havo moved Into tho residence on Acad ers. J. II. Hauehman A; Co. emy Hill. iKyouhuvohad trouble with your Narrow Escape. Andrew Tucker, Miss Nannie Vandeveeu Is visit- wutch or clock take It to Dalton. son of W. T. Tucker, eamo near being ing Mrs. Harriet Glasscock Hull In killed whllu cutting wheat yesterday. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL in m Fou Street ItENT.-St- oro In Interior JouRNALbnlldlng. room on Main' I - m AS tho time gets shorter, tbo stock lower, tho prices got smaller. Racket ' Store. Every purchsaser of l's worth of goods gets a chsnee on a Fine MATBIWMAL HATTERS. GIVEN AWAY JL I 1 first-clas- ck io o, u, m -- of RusolI-vlllpassed up to Mt. Vernon to visit her sister, Mrs. M. C. Williams. Mrs. H. G. Cook and children, of c, Mrs. Samuel Hooker, Knoxvllle, aro visiting her mother, Mrs. A. II. McKlnncy, ncarMcKlcney. BORN to tho wlfo of A. N. Taylor, of Dunnvlllo, a boy. If he makes as good a man us his father Is, all will bo well. Hev. J. U. Crouch Ih back from tho State Convention of Baptists at Mt. Sterling, much benefitted by being there. Mrs. T. M. Penninoton ond Mrs. . E. Kemp and children, of Middles-'boraru guests at Judgo J. W. Alcorn's. Messrs. W. A. Si'iuooiNSand Geo. Cunningham, of Casey, wcru here yesterday. They rcort a poor wheat crop In their section. JUIkjes M. C. Saukley nnd James P. Uatlcy, H. L. Hubble- and others Dwelled Stanford's representation in Louisville, Wednesday. Miss Ida Dickey, who has mada many friends during her stay with Mrs. J. Q. Hlco, returned to her homo at Cave City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Waynant, of Leavenworth, Kas., uro visiting tho families of Messrs. A. H. McKlnnoy and D. C. Allen In tho McKlnnoy sec tion. Misses Joseimiine Ouelvie, of Staunton, Vs., and Salllo Hawkins, of Corbln, aro gucsu of tho Ml sue Kill!. Dr. Will Hunn, of Shelby City, is also with them. Mrs. E. H. Hitciiie, of Frankfort, Texas, arrived yesterday. to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Monefco. Miss Vina Bishop, her husoand's aunt came, with her. o, - ' aro attending the National Music Teachers' association In Cincinnati. Miss Angle returned a few days since from Franklyn, Va., where tho hat been teaching music. The following people left hero for Louisville Tuesday, somo to atteiyl tho Convention, Bomu to visit friends and somo to shop: Mrs. M. C. Saufley, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton, Col. W. G Welch, lions. It. C. Warren and J. S. Owsloy, Sr., J. S. Owsley, Jr., W. II. Johnson, J, M. Alvcrson, A. C. Dunn and J. T. Embry. While In Louisville, City Editor It. E. Hughes, of tho Commercial, put us under renewed obligations for favors. "Hob," us everybody known him in this section, Is succeeding finely In tho profession ho scorns to havo been born to till and hi friends will bo glad to know that ho Is filling his high and responsible position with groat credit to himself and to tho paper, whoso owners hold him In hlgbost esteem. Misses Ellen and Anoie Dallou WEwllltoro your wheat cheaper otT of the binder than you can handle It at home. J. II. He and tho driver got to move a shook of fodder, and when Baughman it Co. Tucker attempted to mount tho saddle A VOLDlNu camera, 1x5, Eastman, mule, tho girth broke and tbo animal good us nuw, for tale cheap. Address shied, throwing him under tho machine. Both of his legs wee consideror call on G. C. Keller. ably cut and his collar bone was broken. Tills otllee bus cotton out some 30x11 Fortunately tho grain wheel struck a posters for tho enterprising flrrabf J. rock, which raised tho blade, or tho L. Frohraan it Co., Danville. young man would have been killed. . . Curiosity. Mr. Andrew Young, of IN the circuit court Tuesday Green Hlgblund, sent us a petrlllcd bumble-beo'- s berry Bright, Negro, was given a year nest which Is qulto a curiosity. for breaking tho window of Beazley A: The L .t N. will eell round trip Carter and stealing oranges. Tho tickets over tho K. C Sunday to Cin- grand jury has returned 13 Indictments cinnati at $1.25. Twelve hours' stay In twoagalnst the Standard Oil Co., for peddling without license. J. T. Hack the city. Icy was Indicted for tresspass on bis Joo Cox's pis Shot in the Foot. brother A. M. Feland. The county tol went off accidentally at Moreland the other day and the ball struck Tom officers mado settlements and the King's foot, Inflicting a painful wound. amounts were turned over to the trus tee of the jury fund. John Turn bull lost The Danville Bicycle Co's. 13 mllo out In his suit against the L. it N. for road race will be run over the killing stock. Hustonvlllc, Lincoln and Boyle and Kennedy. Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Stanford turnpikes. There aro 11 enBen M. Kennedy, died at her father's, tries. Rev. W. T. B. White, at 10:30 yesterA WOMAN In New York has just been day morning after a protracted illness put In an asylum whoso mania is to of a complication of troubles. Besides attend funerals. Sho hai been at over her husband, two daughters, ono and 0,000, but we know a Lincoln county three years old, survive. She was a family that can discount her. splendid woman and her death is keen. , Tin: Lincoln County National Bank ly felt by tboso who knew and loved expressed $10,000 In paper to tho her. After services at her father's at American National Bauk at Louisville, 10 o'clock this morning the remains and 92,000 in sliver to tho assistant will bo laid to rest In tho New land burylni' ground. The grief stricken treasurer In Cincinnati, yesterday. ones have tho sympathy of tho entire Big Battler. Postmaster J. II. community In tbolr dark hour of trou Mink, of Moreland, caught a rattle ble. snake utmost us largo as your arm, with The meetings at the four rattles and two buttons, the other conducted by Rev. G. A. Kllngman day. He has not decided what he will continue with increasing audiences do with it. and Intcrc.il. the preacher in tho light of God's Guests are rapidly urrlvlng at Crab will discus Orchard Springs, A crowd of 10 ar word, "Confession," and Saturday rived from Now Orleans this week and night, "Baptism." Sunday thero will others will follow from tho Crescent bo three services and at 11 A. M. the City. The opening ball will likely be Lord's supper will bo observed after on Friday evening of next week. "Fellowship" has been discussed; at 3 P. M. tho subject will bo "The Holy PlCHCItl-- S of the Houses of Reform Spirit" and at 8 "SanctllIcatIon."Mon at Lexington thoy will appear when day night "Tho Christ Life," Tuesday, completed, together with a map of tho "Tho Basis of Truth," Wednesday, grounds uud all matters pertaining to "Lovo Toward God." Thursduy, "Lovo them havo been prepared for us by tho Toward Man," and Friday night, tho architects, Messrs. Richards, McCarty last of tbo meeting, a plea for unity it Bulford, of Columbus, O., and will will bo made. Mr. J. I, Brown and appear in our next Issuo. Thoy wcro wife, of Louisville, havo arrived and intended for this but tho absence of tho aro conducting tho singing. editor caused a xstponomont. meeting of Won Again. It's tho same old talo The Glorious 4th. A our boys won again. Tho Harrodt-bur- g thoso favoring a 1th of July colebra onglno hous? last team was tho ono this tlmo to suf- tlon was held at tho was made fer defeat at tho hands of tho champi night when A. A. Warren S. Burch secretary. score was 30 to 18 and was chairman and W. ons. Tho on program appointed an uninteresting game after tho second Tho committee inning, when tho scoro stood one to" Is A. A. Warren, G. L. Penny and W nothing In our favor. About tho only S. Burch. Tbo program In full has out. but tbo follow feature of tho gatno was tho largo not yet been mado consistnumber of scores. Tho champions will ing Is an outline: Procession, ing of bands, floats and the like to play a return game at Harrodsburg start at 10 o'clock, after which wheel Tuesday afternoon next. barrow ruces, bag races, bicycle- races, From 8 to 12 Wednesday evening Mr. etc., will bo bold till 12 o'clock, at and Mrs. J. W. Baughman's protty which time adjournment will be mado home was a sceno of enjoymont. Tho till 2 i. M. From that hour to 4 speech occasion was an entertainment In honor es and muslo will bo enjoyed In tbo yard and ut 4 o'clock aof Misses Dora and Catherine- Baughman, of this place, and Miss Cyrcna base ball gamo will bo played. At 8 and for an Dunn, of Danville, and It was a most fireworks will Thirty or moro hour or so bo kept up. Postmaster J, delightful nlTulr. couples wero present and thoy enjoyed C. Florcnco will bo marshal of tho day, to tho fullest extent courting In tbo H. J. McltoborU und W. S. Burch will moonlight, elegant refreshments and sccuro speakers, while C, C. Carson tho genuine hospltullty oylncod by tbo and Gcorgo DeBord, Jr., will look host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. James after tbo muslo. A big tlmo Is expectII. Baughman and John S, Baughman ed and tbo merchants and others havo asslstod In entertaining and they mado contributed with fair liberality to tho fund to push tbo celebration along. all feel that It was good to bo thcro. mm ... L. C. Hurt and Miss Cecil Shreves wcro married at Columbia this week. Miss Mary Pattie, of Frankfort, and W. S. Oldham, of Richmond, were married Wednesday. James D. Coffey, 31, and Mlsr Annio Payne, 10, woro married by Rev. J. B. Crouch Wednesday. William Howard, aged 10, and Mrs. Louise Harrison, 47, were Joined heart and hand at Shepherdsvllle. The marrlogo of Frank Rounds, pilot of tho steamboat, Rose Hite, and Miss Mario Iteimer, of Kvansvlllc, Ind., which occurred a year ago, has Just been mado public. M. C. Wlnfry and Miss Llllle Stults, oldest daughter of County Clork T. It. Stults, both of Columbia, eloped to and wero married. Parental opposition was tho causo of the runaway. Miss Minnie Johnson and Mr. VlrgU Gestlnav, of Garrard, eloped to Jeffer-sonvll-lo and wcro married Monday night. Both are very well known young Dcoplo and their elopement was a surprise- to their friends. Clarence Hendricks, a young man of Carter county, called on a young woman and stayed so lato that ho undertook o save lime by taking a short cut to bis home. lie lost his bearings and walked over a cliff about 00 feet high. He fell In the top of a beech tree, which saved him. Junius H. Itcld, one of tho West End's most popular young men, was married at tho Gllcher House, Danville, yesterday afternoon, to Mies Erma, tho pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. B. Morse. of Hublonvllle. Rev. B. J. Plnkerton performed tho ccremonr and thev wcro accompanied to Llttlo Brlttaln by Miss Bertha Morse, sister of tbo bride, and and Mr. James B. Cook. Tho marriage U tho result of a long courtship and that it will prove a happy ono wo earnestly believe and hope. Tho bride Is a beautiful llttlo brunette, verv noi- ular and Is a musician of a high order, whllo tho groom, whom overybody knows und likes, is ono of tbo finest young men in the county. Ho was, until a few weeks ago, connected with Penny's drug storo here, where he made friends of all with whom ho came In contact. Tho Interior Journal extends heartiest congratulations and wishes them a happy voyage over tho sea of life. UND AND STOCK. Drop Head Sewino jnachlne Free Guess ontlie number of Seed In a Gourd. The nearest the VrlC?,.,h,,..wk on Lac0 Curtains. Carpets and I handle Douglas Shoes; the best on earth for the money. You should tee my new Oxfords. Adjustlble imleps in Hlack and Tan. I am after your trade with the best goods at the Lowest prices. Ef.?f.n!rcU1 JAMBS FRYB, Hustonvilla THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This Is now the most tnj.to-dat- e Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgraat Lenses; the new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladles that THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. ctj tmtest Designs it) JVJouldigs. received a large stock of tho ve to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborato paintings. Among tho lot is tho New French " mouldings specially suitable for delcato pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. qulro a dainty frame. When In Danville, call and seo us and get our prices. Wo will save you money. 124 Third Street Qpposite Post Office, Danville, Ky. "Fleur-De-Lis- Patterns never sold In this locality before-ha- OUR. Heavy Parehases In Summer wash goods enable us to continue to fill all want in tho way of a cool Summer dress. A good stock of to-d- ay m mm Searchlight worked a half at Denver Val. Laces, Ribbons and Embroideries still on hands. A new stock of Royal In 1:01. Allerton has covered over 75 mares cester Corsets just received. ' tbls scaspn. O. B. Perkins bought of John Cress 00 shoats at 3c. Only a half yield of wheat Is reported In Clinton county. G. M. GIvens and D. C. Allen have bought about 1,000 Iambs nt 5 to 5Jc. Henry Acdersoo sold to Howard Jones, of Boyle, a bunch of heifers at India Linens, White Organdies, Black Organdies, Flowered Organdies, Fancy Piques, White Piques, Wor- JOHN P. JONES. mfmmmsm&immmsf&mBgtzgm mm court-house- m To-nig- ht p ... hi court-house- - potatoes at $1. William Faulkner, of Boyle, bought of Hall Anderson a speedy roadster gelding for 8140. Hudson & Pago bought In Cumberland county a bunch of yearling steers at $23. Adair News. Thoro wero 2,500 cattle and 500 sheep on the Mt. Sterling market Monday and all sold at good prices. G. B. Woodcock sold to W. E. Baughman 100 acres of ground for $2,000. The land adjoins Sam Sholton, Sim Slaughter and J. T. Sandldgo. Advocate In 1603 thero wero 81 heats trotted in 2:10 or better in races by 24 horses. Tho Abbott trotted the most, 12, and bis average for the heats was tho fastest, 2:03 Old Bert Sheldon, Jr., 2:16i, now 10 years old, Is still winning races. At Newark, N. J., he won three beats in standard time, ono of them in 2:20. Ho now has a total of 210 standard heats to bis credit. Tbo American Saddle Horse Regis-to- r gives two prizes of $100 each for saddlo horses, to bo awarded at tho coming Horso Show aud Carnival at Lexington, ono for stallions and tbo other for mares and geldings. Mr. C. T. Sandldgo, of Boyle, has ono of tho bust strings of saddlo horses that has been gotten together In this section for a long tlmo. Ills stablo Is headed by Preston, tho eolebrated saddlo stallion by Gen. Washington, and you may look for him whorevor good premiums aru nung up. The Russell Springs Fair Association elected Judiro A. P. Samuson uresident and F. L. Wilson secretary and treas urer, ino uate oi mo meeting is Aug, jo to is inclusive. i 3!c. Mauda Emperor paced a quarterover tho Lexington track in 2SJ the other day. J. D. Davis, of Adair, had a bunch of 3ocattlogaln 00 pounds euch In 10 days. Murk Hardin bought 10 calves at $10 and sold to Roy Itoso a sow and pigs for $12.G0. A. A. Crutchlleld bought In Casey 30 hogs at 3c and sold them to A. M. Pence at 3L Georgo Bosse, of Otteohelm, sold to tho merchants here a lot of new Irish Auction! Saturday h Saturday Night. Only a few days left to get theso goods at your own price. Lots of Good Shoes, Dress Goods, Hats, Notions, At 25c on tho dollar. J. F. CUMMINS, Manager. ' HIGGINS to McKINNB Y. tlf' Although It is Casoy's time, tbcro seems to bo no ono in tho democratic ranks who Is willing' to mako tho raco At for the Legislature. Tho nomination will probably bo tendered a Kusscll county man. be charged W When not'opid3.00 will Thero Is somo talk that tho republican committee will try to pull P. II. Taylor off tho track for tho Legislature As Mr. Taylor has friends as well TIME CJBB as cccmles whoo fcollngs will have to bo consulted, tho coramlttco probably KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. will not attempt anything so rash. It was reported hero last week that M. No. Arrrlvreat Stanford at l:OS A. Copley hod killed ltichardson at SunJ 10 A. V. Leaves Stanford at No. No. Jl Arrives t ltnwland at IJ.Ou DAT. day school. Wo thought thcro must J:SO P.M. No.W l.avea Stanford t bo somo mlstnko about It as wo bad KNOXVILLE DIVISION. never heard of a Sunday school on Dry Kldire. It turns out that thoy wcro at U nlpn He. M Train going North . .. 2 41 a m tho widow Satterficld's, a houso of ill . " " " Mo. ..13 33 am fame, for which Dry Kldgo has always " South . o. as " M Sip ui CM " been famous, when they fell out over Foralllfolnte. one of Mrs. S's. daughters, a "soiled Bona a tickets sold. Copley Is HAGOAOE CHECKED THllOUOH. dovo" of somo 10 summers. said to havo killed two men, whllo For any InformaUon enquire of Richardson is said to bo tough. JOE S. RICE, Agent, THEIfT ERIOR JOURNAL WHUEtWe. Alfred Packer ha been denied an- $1 PER YEAR CASH IfflBfofl Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. ECHOES OF THE CONVENTION. . Xtalm leave Frankfort it 7 a. v. and S:40 r. M., aaecllng t (leorgetown with d. A C. and Joe Wilkinson got a little Ixure Farls M. . endS.IOr. M. iml9:Mr. v., connecting at (ieorge-Saw- n once but like tho good fellow with Q A C. anil reaching Frankfort at 9:13 C. Coulter and V. M. Myers are good workers and woo bo unto tho man whom they oppose. J. rattled t:A. that ho " "d '"jOSEPH QUEEN It. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. CRESCENT. Montgomery and Elijah .I . the only Goebel men thero " .lSlpm " . ..lllam ' 10 " " .S0.tpm ct land 2 do not stop. "9 and 10 run ..00m and they wcro appointed counters for no furHes. that gentleman. ther thin Junction City. George E. and J. Boylo Stono work ed like Trojans and but for their efforts In his behalf Hardin would havo made a very poor showing. After the contest was over Quince Jones telephoned E. E. Kelsay these words: "Wo got 'em and Yoscmltc, Middlcburg and Indian did It." Some of tho Hardin lieutenants are said to bo very sore over their defeat, but they are good men and ,1 hardly believe they will allow tho matter to Made from pure trouble them long. They seem to think of tartar. cream that the fight was made against them and not against Hardin. I can assuro food them that no such Qght was mado here, and never once did wo hear any mention of a town "clique." Our efforts hero were altogether for Stono because we believed him to be a clean man and Akm baking powders are ifae greatest a much stronger one than cither HarBuaaccrs to health of the present day. din or Goebel. asamo Train) pass Junction City aa followa: Charles 411pm 12 02pm No. 2 North South .8 4Sam I1S0 m "4 " " Mooro were S is, was soon smiling again. V. T. Coulter was the busiest man on the ground, and tho boys say ho for got to get Into lino to bo counted. tho supremo court of Colorado. Whllo crossing tho Saguacho Mountains In 1874 Packard killed his five companionnnd lived on their llcsh until spring. Ho was condemned to death but In 18S0 was sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment, eight years for each victim. Ho has slnco been lighting for another trial. A Now York man dreamed ho was attacked by burglars, und that he himself valiantly, but received League International Meeting, wound from his assailant. Ho awak Indianapolis, July 3oth-- 2d ho had ened suddoniy to discover that Finest trains In the South badly slashed himself with a knife, travel daily via the which ho had seized while asleep to defend himself with. There is an unnamed hill In Alaska rising to a height of 10,500 feet. Mt. Whitney, 14,898 feet, Is the highest In Route to Cincinnati. Only tho United States propor. Thcro Is n one change to Indianapolis. in Harlan county, known as mountain Liberal return limits on tickBig Black, which Is 4,100 feet high. ets via the Queen !i Crescent Moro than ilvo million dollar of tho at one fare for the round trip. Peabody estate went for charitable Ask agents for particulars. purposes and of this amount the sum of two million dollars was for the education of both whites and blacks in the South. OPTIONS ON FARMS ! A war veteran died In Pennsylvania WANTED. the other day at the age of 84. Ho had m been married twlc-- i and had -- 4 childI would like to take options on pood farms ren, all of whom attended the obse- In Lincoln County. For term- - anil particular- address YM. LANDOUAF. quies. 0 Krlgcr. Ky. other rehearing of his famous caso by GOOD FARM FOR SALL, d, FARM FOR SALE Oft TRADE. Located near Titrncr-vlll- c and coutitlnltg fplemlld farm efJIO acres In Mouturail Kansas iiu Acrw. ivnown as the rtrurger piaco. 20 miles from the Missouri line Well Inealol, Has on It two (rood dwelling", la well water-erood fsrtnlnc country, thickly Mtle.1, (Mil srll putler goou fence and the land Is In a on esy terms or trade for farm In Central Kentucky. Can pay ll.mo to t,u"l difference In a high atalo of cultivation. Will sell private-lAddress ll.il IV Hlanfurd, Ky trade. (T) (H0J r. M. OWF.NS, AucxT. y. Epworth PrrttyHmrFbinSal?. Tlio Cook property at lltistonvllle Isolfcr- enroraaie privately tho iiweiiuiff is a commodious frnmo building of 10 looms, In reasonably good repair, while Ilia lot contains 10 acres of splendid land The are good and thero Is convenient to the rrsldcnco a No, I cistern. There Is no prettier or moro convenient home In Central Kentucky and n bagnln ran le had In It. For further particular call on J II. Cook, llustonvlllc. or (). II. Coocr, Stanford. ID ?. A. ITTVSBBBbBwBI JONES, DENTIST, Stan ford, Ky. Queen&Crescent W. S. 13EAZLEY, D. D. S., J. S. MURPHY, Agent for Ih Lnncnstcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltnlltrd Air. I Walter A. Wood Machine Co., l'hjslclan ance. In attend- And also agent dr lbs Office In the New Thompson Ilulldlng. Tt Lowry Grass Binding Twine cheap and effective hind, IJ worth of which will goaafjraall worth of the rrgulsr kind. I also handle A DR. W. L. LOADER, PHYSICIAN' AND DHUGOIST, MCKlNNKY, - KlCNTUCKV. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day or 00.8m Night. MACHINE SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS. Call on me and 1 will save )ou money. 13 J.H. Ml'ltl'HV.Tum.mllle, Ky. - RoVal against alum. eowot co,, rw vow. a small cupful of whitening with hot water until of the consistency of thick cream, then with a small brush paint the cast all over evenly with the mixture. A little Isinglass may be mixed with tho water to make the wash stay on. Melt this In a llttlo hot water before it is added to tho mixture. To Clean Plasteii of Paris. Mix 13-M- ile Handicap Road Race Juno ::. iw. Write for Illnnks to ! LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Horse for sale B. G. FOX, J. T. BUTTON , Haitonville, Undertaker, - Kentucky OSers Ms service to the people of West Uteolj and Casey counties. Full slock ot Cofflnsaad Cask. etaalwavson hand. D. 6. Carpenter. Manager. I THE DANVILLE CYCLE CU, DANVILLE, KY No 113 Third 6L and Mules constantly on hand and at all time. A. 8. PRICE, Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror.. . Baking Powder Safeguards the D A bank cashier says a man can count MISS as high as 200 bills a mtnute, but that The he could not keep this up steadily for Plain and Fnshtonabte Sewing. Cutting and 10 hours. It a men could count on an Fitting a Specialty. Water Work St. average of l.'O bills a minute it would bo 0,000 in an hour or 00,000 In 10 hour, or 1,000,000 in 11 1 0 days. our iiuzgy or wagon He paired bear In mind 1 can do It good and DEAFNIM CANNOT HE CUIIED un u rneap. EVELYN TAR IF, Bargeon Seamstress. Dentiit, llulldlpg. Drug Store Stanford, Ky. OHovT- WHH la the Owsley I.ancaster, t Kentucky. - Mcltoberta' Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Porters Everything table. 69 meet all trains. first-clas- a. When YouINeed m by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of t he eir. There is only one way to cure dearaess ana that is by constitutional reme-ole- s Deafness Is oiued by an Inflamed condition Docs Your Horse need Mioelng? If no bring him to me. Material has advanced hut I will shoe him for rOc. FIRE, LIFE 3c .OOIIDEiTa? INSURANCE. Only the best companies represented. U Inquiries solicited, It. Ii. MAUONY, Agt., Stanford. TO THE FARMERS All nations are learning this Icasou. ! Howl fti Souiliern Mutual InTsstzneni Company, Somo much needed repairs are being made on the college building. Eighteen persons took the county school examination Friday and Satur- Of Lexington, Ky. Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. W Pa7 While Yen Live. Old Line Companies Pay When You Die. Over 1150.000 paid In living benefits. Orer f i),nJ Keserre and Surplus 11 1INF.S WEAKEN, Locsl A pent,. A. SUITUJ11U MAN. Secy.. ctanioru, Ky. 15 Lexington, Ky. day. Comparatively little corn has been laid by. Farmers are now harvesting their wheat, which will average about six bushels to the acre. The republicans of Casey will meet at Liberty Monday, county court day, and select delegate to the Lexington convention. Casey rads seem to be a unit for the "'torney glneral." Auditor Stono was In Liberty Saturday, but It seem that ho made no Impression that could In any way encourage his ambition. Fred Gillette has returned from InProf. D. E. Fogle, of dianapolis. Georgetown College, Is spending vaca tion with his parents. L. V. Creech hag returned from Buena Vista, where friend. William he had been Warren, of Greensburg, Ind., is visit las relatives at this place. Robert Kenney has returned from Pulaski county. F. B. Marshall, of Campbells-villwas in the burg Monday and C. C. Tuesday. e, of the tuurous lining of the Eustachian Tubs. When this tube gets lutiaiued you have a rumtdlng sound or Imperleet healing, ami wnen u is entirely cloie.1 deafnesa Is the result, and unless the Inllani-matlo- n can lie taken out and this tul restored to Us normal condition, hearing will I destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten arecausej hv catarrh, which is nothing but an Inllamed condition of the mucous surfaces. W will Hive One Hundred Dollars for any rase of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot l be cured by Jlalla litarrn uure. senn tor circuV. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, t . lars, free. Nild by Druggists, Family Fills are the beat. Hall's mm Take the C. H. & D. to Detrolt.Mlch. J. H. CHEER. Stanford. Ky. Osborne Farm Iiuplc. menu Succeed Where others fall! most csprclallv our Hin ders and Muwrra Their perfection Is credited to twine built of the Imt material that money can buy. Also lwlng fitted with tbe only perfect HULLr.lt IIF.AItlN(l; In eil.l-encassuring at all time lightest draft and longest life. A full line of realrs alwavs Pomethtug new In bee our Hay Tedder this section. FKANK HOLTCLAW. Manftird, Ky e, Just Like a Mill. for the Christian Endeavor annual convention July 5 to 10. Three solid thro' trains dally from Cincinnati. Rate one Brat class limited faro for tho round trip. Tickets good going July 3 to 0, inclusive with return limit of July 15. Further extension to August 15 may be secured by depositing tickets with joint agent at Detroit. Insist on having your ticket read via this route. D. G. Edwards, P. T. M., Cincinnati, O. m You take your Wheat nnd Corn to Morris Fred' Exchange In Wm. Daughertv' ahop In Stanford and get In exchange Flour and ileal. You can also buy Flour, Meal. Shlp-atulII ran. Chicken Feed. Ac cheaper at my place than itnv where In town. A trial la nil I ask. I believe my exchange will be a good thing for farmer and I pledge liberal transactions and full weight. My goods come from Duddernr'a Dlx Hlver Holler Mills and are first-clas- s. MOItKIS 1'KF.l). Telephone No. Ci. Lincoln County National Bank. Capital btock,1ICO,0'0. successor to The Farrurrs Hank A Trust Company and under same tusnsgvrnent contlnu. ously fur 2V Years. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Ky., THB BEST Or THBM ALL It nONTHLYJAGAZINE LIPPINCOTrS Solioits Your Bank Account, DIIIECTOIIS. m LOW KATES. a complete novel In everr numBiblical Assembly, Charlotte, X. C, Conwinsaddition ton large quantity of useful ber. In Juuo 0. ind entertaining reading matter. Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, Ko rontlnunt mforlrm. seMrni art t oDjrlosa6fa to mssl readers. June 27 to July 0. Low round trip ralcsJ It should via the Queen & Crescent Route from scription, S3.be In everr uomehoM. SubUO tier jenr. Airent all points in Kentucky, good until July tno most wanted In every town, to whom liberal Inducements will bo offered. Oth returning. Ask ticket agent for 9. S. LDTIHC0TT COMPANY. Publhhsrs, particulars. PHILADELPHIA. 20-2- Hoping such butlneas relations will prove mutual' ly beutnilal and pleasant. Is Receiving ills Spring & Suiniucr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Williams. J.J.J.S. tlw.ley, Sr., Wllllsm llurfh, A. N'. Csrinter, W, II. Cuiuuilns, J. - Lynn,Mianks S. II. . J. F. Cash, J. 11. Owsley. OFFICKiUf. JX-JvlcClVV- Y ' A WOUI) TO THE PATKONS OF S. II. Shanks, l'mident; j, 11. tjw. icy. ra.mrr; V. Stanford Female College. WIIJLIAM SKEL,TON, President. M. might, As.t. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF bTANFOUD, KY. c)lU!Mlll"K"flBl!miBMliil((a Tlie Favorite Lino LOTJXSVIXiM CHICAGO. MILLIONS GIVEN AVAY. hnve not alicndy Paid your Tuition Hills, ple.tse call Mrs. Satitiey nt the ColItlsiertaliilversllfrlnz to the public to kuow o If you We nru In pressing need of money as soon a convenient and pay the amount. ouecomernin the land who are not afraid to l generous to the newly and sunvrimj. ins proprietors of Dr. Kluz'sNew lilsiMverv fur Cunsuuiiitlun. Cuughi and Coldi, have liven away over ten million trial hollies of this (treat medicine; and have the aatitiaulon ol knunluic It Has absolutely curivi thuui.ndsof hoiielew taiti Asthma, Brunt bills. Hoard nesa and all dlws.es of the, Throat, Chest and l.uugs are surely cured by It. Call on l'cnny, PruAilit, and net a free trial bottle. Iiegular size Sue and si. Etery bottle nuarautecd, or price Capital Stock $100,000. Sarphi, W.320 This Institution originally established aa the the National Hank ofSlaukud le posit Hank of Stanford In ISM, then reorganised as In IMS andagaln reorganised aa the First National Uankof Stanford In IBM, haa had practically an uninterrupted existent' fur II years. UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho Chueapcuko & Ohio has mado a rate of d one und fare on the certltl-cat- o plan to Atlautio City for tho meet-ingTrains Morning ami Kenlug from Untho American Homeopatlhe Inion Station, 10th and Broadway. stitute which meets there Juuo l'Jth to I'asscners desiring information and 21th. Tho C. & O ha through sleep rates to WHcoiikiu. Minnesota, rsubrauku ers to Philadelphia and New York anil points in the far West, including without change. Be suro your tlckot should addrct read via tho Chesapeako & Ohio Ry. Frault J. Reed, Gen. Pass. Agt , Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pas, agent, Lex K. II. liacon, Pis. Pass. Agt. ington, Ky. saaawasaawswjasBipe.w.wsAaaaa.wsAw.w W. U. McDoel, VlccPres. & Gen. Mgr. WUKKINO NKI11T AND DAY Charles II. Itockwcll Traffic Mgr. The busiest and luhintlest little thing that ever one-thira, Hon. D.J. Brewer, Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, : I commcou It lo uu iuj t tie ono irreat standI ard authority." INTERNATIONAL It excels In tho eoso with which tho cro nnds tho wont (ought; In accuracy of definition; In effect-ivDICTIONARY methods of lndlriitiiii;prominiiatlout In Um-ancomprehensive statement of fact und lu practical uso as n working dictionary. Snttinvn tHwet. rfc. sent on aniillcaf ton. & C. MeffUm Co., rublUhtrs, SpringfuU. Msis., U. S. A. WEBSTER'S I says It Is better supplied now wlti lib- facilities fur transacting business promptly and HAENSSS, SADDLE2.Y, STANFOHD, KV. &C. o erally than ever before In Ita long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, Sduclarlc,firiiii and Individuals solicited. DiaicToat. F, ItelJ, LUcolu Co.; J. W, Hayden, Stanford S. T. Harris, " H. kfh. II. llaugbuian, " ' J.S.Hockcr; T. P. Hill, Lexington Jorse l.ow fair and arnival W.l Waitou M, ' W. A, Trlbble, M. J.lIColllar.CrabOrch'd J. Miller, Mt.Vernoa In lb Mcltoberta D.Eluor, btaoford. orricasi. Fresldent; YOU GET MORE TwIce.A.Week Courier-Journpublishd-bo- th any other tauilly audiuautlly, Southern Railway THE ras mad Is Dr. K lull's New Ufa 1111s. Every Idll a suicAr.coated globule of health, that cbaugee weakness luto slreuaih, lUtleuness luto energy, bralu-fa- f Into mental power They're wonderlul in nuuuiug up me neaiiu. uniy jw per uox, aom by Penny, Druggist Is m August 8, 9, $25,000 Given 10, II, 12, 1899. J p. Ilocker, A A J.J. Ca.oltr. par than In la McKlnner As.lstantCahler. a India-nupolt- iq.4 Epworth league convention, SOOTH'S GRE5TEST SYSTEM. Ind., July 3. The O. II. & D. Ry. will make a rate of ono fare for good going July tho round-tri- p, I'ENETKATES good returning to and including July EIGHT GREAT STATES 24. By doolting 50 cent with joint ICaatuckv, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia agent, tickets may bo extended to and Including Aug. 20. See C. H. & D. North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi. agent for information. 20-210-2- 1, Away in Purses and Premiums TO FARMERS. Oliver Chilled 1'low und Hepalr. Malta Cultivator, boat In the world. Deerlug Holl and Hall Hearing Hinder. Deerlug Holl aud Hall Hearing Mowers. Mojur iluckboardaaud llugglv. Garden Flow and Double bhuvela. Will pay market price fur Wool. Sack furiilshetlary time. AU kind of Furniture aud any piece or kind ot Harness vou want. Call ou 3 D. H. UAHl'ENTKlt. Hu.toxvilli, Kv. Papers One Year For 50 CcutH. Amusement Features Unexcelled DIVING ELKS DIVING HORSES The Twlce-We- ek Courier Jourail Is the equal of many dallies, and the superior of all other papers. It prluta more real uewa, more good das. matter, luoreguod stories than any olhsr. luued go.l commission tu Wedueedsy aud Saturday. ageuta. Sampl eoplea fre ou application. Writ to COUItlKU-JOUltNA- CO., Louisville, Ky. Through Sleeping Gars Between Louisville anr the South. THMEE DAILY TRAINS Kavdb way COLUIUU S) YEAU. I suffered S3 year with a cough, and spent hundreds of dollar with doctor and lur meaiciue to uo uvuii uutll I uwu ir. y. Hell' This remedy make weak lung strong. It ha saved uiv Ifu.- -J. II. Uo.t;ll, OrauUburg. 111. 5 GUIDELESS WONDERS HIGH BICYCLE DIVE The Greatest on Earth New Features from All Natlc Hy Hpetla lArrangeiuent You Can (let Tbe lemi . Weekly Interior Journal. nd Th WEEK COURIER 34 Til I liaWay 1 lie 1 s between Louisville and Lexington The avorago rainfall at Saa Juan Is W. A. TDBK. O. P. A.. 54 laches and 15 mile to tho east it is Washington, O. O. 153 inches, tho trade wind accounting W. U. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Louisville. Ky for tho surprising difference, Catalogues, Blanki, Etc., E. W. SHANKLIN, Lexington, Ky. Excursion Rates on All Sec, Railroads. TWICE A JOURNAL. And willing to pay top price lu cash for 1Mb On Vsir For Eggs, Feather. Duck, Ueee, Chicken, Turkey, Otuaeng, Yellow Hoot, Hoc Wax, Hide of all kluds.Copper, Hraaa, Iron aud Itoue. Also will be lu tho market for wool, This U for cash sulacrli tlons oulv. All snh. see me and get my price before selling, and criptions under this comb nation oiler uiu.l U spot cash. Call at my headquarter, seut thrcugh thUettlcc, fet A I'vuce' Office, ner Deiiot, titan-for- d, It. ltOulNSON. W,,,I,t WAHOMJIwuwao, Kr. Ky. VV".3STTHID Only $1.35.