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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 27, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899062701_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 27, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11I NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1899 10 A. M. LANCASTER. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. NO. 34 t not preach nt Tliowlfoof Mivco Meecu died tho Christian uimrch Siifiiluy even at Somerset lnt wcelt. Prof. C, M. Neal, of Ucortfln, will bo Ingon m'oourilol revival fervlee at In the faculty of llotrott Academy next the 1'resbvtcrlun ohuruh, which will likely conoludti 2il. actaion. Mcsw. . I. W. Miller, O. H. Swine-br.mAn clTor' lit uulng inailu to have, n W. H. Mason mid J. C. Hemp poatolilcii eaiablWhcd lit Caxr, In Ibu hill wuro among tho.o who attended north end of Pulaski. A inmuiMcu ha been otntllJit!(l at the IouUvlia convention, beside those (lordlor, Knox county, with M. F. Mb-bar- named before. Thuy reKrt that part of our delegation Is feeling tho elTect a Kuniiler. Unknown inT.ons uliot to death four of Tho local option election In Wnlkcr' hog imd i Jcrey cow bclonKlntT to sehuol-hou- u precinct, No. 7 will bo Hal Howard, near Miincheater. held July Luth and promise to lo a An attempt wan made to oftlniitc John HnrrUon, u farmer of Jackson hard light. Protest wn made In tho county court but tho local option eoplo county, Ho a badly wounded. got the order to hold tho election. An nviMairu of ISO wnt'onn brine lumMr. Wlnfrod Wither, Mlcn Mary products, do. to Somerset ber, grain, dally M)'thu l'rotrrclvo Home Jour- Powell nnd Myrtle Hughes, of your city, wcro boro Sunday. Or. I. S. Wesnal. Marlon county, Satur ley' mother und brother, Jason, of At Haywlok, day atturnooo, K. A. Kdolln, a mer Mlddleburg, und Mr. J. H. Syrapon chant und dlttlller, hot and killed nnd wife, of Stanford, nro visiting tho doctor' family. John Alvuy. A number of our Masons nttended Tho I'roirretvu Homo Journal nl tho St. John celebration given at Somerset uy editorially that the who will oto for wbUlcy U either Klrksvlllo last Saturduy. They rejiort n royal tlmo with plenty to cat und an a fool or ii knave Ml Jennie Hughe, of tho Mcllray- - abundance of old fashion Kentucky crcominuulty, In Andermn couhty, ha hospitality. Hon. It. H. Tomllmon turkey bens that have laid 13 ej.'j.' went with tho party and delivered an eloquent wldrcss which wa highly and are mill laying. A new teaohur ha leen added to tho complimented. Tho engineer surveying the route art department of tho Sue Rennett Mefor tho Southern railroad aro now morial School at Loudon MIm Leonora Ucarn, of Cumberland Unlvcralty camped on tho College grounds. The most nvnllablu route will likely run Tnnn. Scbroti, of Luxlntrum, won tho west and then south of our city, thence, Juck Our bet citizen aro realroad race of south-eas- t. flrat prU'j In the tho Danville Cycle Co. in in minute izing the need for tho road, nnd It I Totn llurko u'ol tho believed that tho right of way will bo nnd JT priced at an nmount equal to actual ocond prlw In 1$:10. Tho i.. & N- - railroad la nrranirlnj; o damages und that tho amount will bo operate tho Altamont .V Manchester readily raised by subscription. Tho In tho value of nronartv and thi rallrJm), bcglnnlnc July 1, and will put In condition to run the largo saving of freight on urtlcles of Import the track anil exiKjrt, would soon coual the consolidated onglnon over It. umount expended. .Vr. L. M. Drye. of Hradfordi-vllle- , Tho republican county convention. while feeding chicken, Hepped on omo object which turned, cautlnir her held hero Iat Thursday, was not so to loac her balance. In tho fall the luino a predicted. The machinery nnklo bone were aovotx'ly iwlMed and was not oiled at tho prooor tlmo and omo friction occurred. Two delega fractured Iloborl William, William Leo mid tion wero sent, both unlnstructed. and tho other Is said Milton William were arraigned lo One U Judge Stanlxjrry' court, rhiirged with to be for Tuylor. Tho last named delarming and banding thomelvetogelh. egation claimed that thev could have cr for tho puroo of Intimldatlntr tho elected their chairman, Capt. Herndoo, citizen of Kaat HcrntRdt. They were very easily if tho meeting had been called to order at tho proper time, und held In 300 ball each. John Sampler ond Quarlea 1'hclp that being apparent, tho convention quarreled near Somerset and Sumpter va not called to order by Col. Collier tbot nnd badly wounded 1'hclpn. Tho until 2:30 o'clock, after enouch antl- wcaKn uced wa n Winchester shot- Tavlor men had gathered to control tho hol. The ber-II- I convention. This and Illegal vote will gun loaded with No. and a mm aro In pursuit of Sump- furnish ground for a contest. Kvon ter, who ccaed I'helps' condition l republican can not hold a convention without a Uliturbancc. ncrloua. Heforo thUgoes to pros tho Stain George Syke. a deerato Negro, Indicted In lloylo county for malicious convention will havo nomlnatod a cun- wounding last Ajirll. nnd who escaped dldato for governor, and bo ho tho Nu- K)lcon of Kenton, tho veteran form Lv. nrrct by Shcrltt Coulter, of lloylo, af- on or tho suitesman from Mercer, he hat, ter shooting through the sheriff' was found by Jnllur Chatham nnd will be elected by u handoiii3 ma lor. Chlel of I'ollco Smith. Syke attempt- Ity. While many foolish thing have ed to kill tho jailor with n shotgun, but been done nnd many hursh word have after a desperate struggle ho wn over- oeen spoken, it is all In tho fatal v. und wo should get In line to fight tho ono- powered. In Leslie county Dave Wurnor and mv In November. Many hero hope Abo WhlU wcro wrestling near tho that Gocbol will defeat Stono, becauso top of tho big Whlto's cottage clllT, ho (Stono) nnd his friend were duped when both were hurled headlong from Into forming an unholy alliance agnlnst Hnrdln. Some think that combination tho height to ho rook below, u of 00 or mora feet. Tho hold of should not bo formed In tho family thu boy wcro broken In their descent light and other wunt no raoro convenand they struck tho ground somo "0 tion nnd aro In favor of lottini' tho bar foot apart. And what U most turprla down and permitting everybody to run, believing that to be tho only way In Ing neither was seriously hurt. which thu icoplo cun elect tho most K)pulur man. Ono thlni.' Is certain, the corruption und unscrupulous scheme oi conventions win ultimately destroy thy party. Muny good meu will refuse to take part In convention and tho wholo matter will bo left to tho lloutcr und tho olllco seeker, thu man with money and u knowledge of low tricks, will olwuys win and tho country will go to ruin amid scene of anarchy and v" d Ued-wlnnt 1 o anti-Tayl1 Kid. C. K. Powell old Kid. Jo'cph 11 A. M. Hiillou will preach nt tho Christian church hero Sunday at Kid. Ira Parttn asks us to say that ho will bo with his congregation nt Wayncsburg next Saturday and Sun- It's All Over The Country That day. Kev. T. T. Christian, n prominent Methodist preacher ol Atlanta and Wesloyan Christian Advocate, Is dead. KQaaaaaaBaWlaVal LaaaLaV' SaflS Fred Whitcacre, of Pittsburg, was recently lined on several charges of selling whisky without license. Ho will lay in Jail lo pay his line, which will tako him 1,400 days. Mrs. F. W. Floyd, who I now In Detroit, write to friend In Owcnsboro that she ha secured homes for 150 guests from Kentucky to tho Christian Kndcavor Convention in that city July 5 to 12. THE GLOBE Sells the Best Goods For The Least Money. ' GflaHJalHaaaHHaaffi MISS KDYTH GRIGGS. While tho picture above I an exact reproduction of tho photograph, It docs but slight Justice to the beautiful young ludy it is intendud to oortrav. for hn Is very lovely of faco nnd feature ns! well as faultless In figure. Miss Griggs was born at Ottawa, III., whero h still resides. After graduating nt Wn- termun Hall she took n iot graduate course nl Hclrr.ont Collecc. Nashville. Tenn., wht.ro she met Miss Isabella Hal- ley, and the two became very fast friend. She Is now it guest at the Ilal-le- y home, nnd alt who havo met her aro charmed with her jraco of manner und tine conversational gifts. Helong-ln- ? to a fntnllv noted for It r..finr. and Intellectuality, sho Inherits these qualities In u marked degree a well ns tho Independent nature of her revolu tionary ancestors, who wero prominent In tho Mrrlng times of the young republic. In u word Mies Griggs I a "A perfect woman nobly planned." Now Is Your Chance To Ssvo Money. A new, big line of Tho Methodist church at Owcnton wai dedicated Sunday. Dlshop 11. C. Morrison of Atlanta, Ga., preached tbo dedicatory sermpn. A" iramenso crowd wo present and a subscription of 31,100 was raised In u few minutes which ful ly covered all outstanding debts. Late statistics showing tho strength of tho Christian Science movement aro available. Tho mother church In Boston has a mcmbeiMifp of almost 15,. 000. It ba .101 chartered branches in this country and abroad and tho total church membership Is placed at 70,000. The regular church attendancu 1300,-00- 0. In lb07 the Increase In number of churches wm II and In 1M)3, 75. This church I growlng,more rapidly than any church In tbo world. It percentage of gain Is very large. now Fine Shirts, Shoes, Hats and Un derwear. afjrSults Cleaned and Presscd.tBB J. L. Frohman THE GLOBE, & Co.. 'Phone 136, Danville. Mulhatl says that lu tbeOOyears ending with ltWO, tho lossc In battlo havo been 4,41,OOtJ. During that tlmo there " have been several of the greatest warn UNO of history, among them tho French Prince McClurg won the St. LnnU revolution, the Crimean war, tho civil derby. war of America, tho Franco-Prussian war und tho Walter Warren sold bis lambs to S. war. Morgan at 5c. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. O. P. Huffman bought of S. Mnrnnn four cow ut .lie. Adulr republican Instructed SaturJ. M. Roberts sold to W. P. Grim day for und for Buggies, ,.,. Carriages, Farm Wagons, And all kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Wsrockr W. A. n Turko-Prussia- i i i i fl! UV CARSON'S. STANFORn. Pratt Anderson Stone. Gov. Mount, of Indiana, has written J. II. Swope sold to J. C. Johnson, nl a personal friend that ho will retlro Boyle, 50 bogs at 3.12. from politics at tbo close of bis term of Mark Hardin sold to J. C. Lvnn n olllco. small bunch of calves at $10.25. Judgo U. F. Itoss.of Whitley county, C. J. Hall was wavluld nnd .Inn,.. has announced hi candidacy for the ously shot by Isaac Itatclltle.at Creech. republican nomination for auditor of Jnme B. Gentry's Prosecutor lost a Kentucky. good raco by bad rldlog at Latonla FriDavid Luca. tin influential republi- day. can of Laurel, bus seen enough of hi John B. Foster cut und cured .tonr-ro- . party's misrule und Joined the demo- of grass last week. It avorazed about cratic rank. twu IUI1S. I Secretary of War Alcr has announcW. S. McGnlro Is back from th ed thut ho Is lu thu Michigan Senatori- mountains, where he bought 25 sheep al fight with bis platform "anti-trust- s at rs.iii). and election of Senator by direct vote M. K. Burton, of Somerset, sold at of tho pooplo." Lancaster j 10 jearlln heif0 young man stolo Jumes McCarley bought of Price from u Boston bank by grabbing a Hros.. o Garrard, u half car load of handful of bill whuti the teller' atten- hogs ut 3.40. tion was attracted elsewhere. DetecGeorge B. Wearen sold to Hunter tive arrested tho robber as ho alighted House ut Lancaster yesterday a bay from a truln In New York, and be gelding for$C0. proved to bo a crook. Hon. C. M. Cluy has bought about Tbo department of Stato ha receiv- 300 heifers for breeding purposes at ed a letter from Minister Loo mis at $20 to $30. Paris UeHrtcr. Venezuela which state that tbo ConDavid Gurrick won tho Trial Stakef, gress of that country bus enuatcd u worth $20,000, at Sheopshead Bay new tariff bill, In which tbcro I un avMesmerist was second und erage udvunco of 25 per cent on existWithers third. ing duties. At Detroit John It. Gentry paced a Tho Lexington ha been mllu In 2:05. Tho last quarter was allowed two additional clerk ut 8500 made In 0.20. It Is tho fastest mllo and $100; Winchester two at $500 und record of tho year. $300; Owensboro ono ut $500; Purl one Tho stuck yards strike ut Chicago Tho clerk hire ut tho Henderat bus been settled by tho packer grantson postojllca bus bocn Increased $100. ing tho Increase of 25 cents u day lu Georgetown University bus conferred wage demanded by tho strikers. tho honorary degree of L.L. D. upon J. Ft Cook, of tho Lexington Union Hear Admiral Schley und Muj. Gen. Stock Yards, has sent tojhls father, S. Wheeler, among other. An ovullon It Cook. 20l extra tlno sbeop which ho was given Schley, who wu introduced bought In Fayetto ut a fancy price. us tho hero of Santlugo. Tho Now says tho: harvest of bluo-graTho Cleveland street railway strike seed In Bourbon county has about ha been bottled. Hcsldc tuklng back been completed and It I estimated that bO per cent, of tbo old men, tho comtbo county ylold will; bo about 200,000 pany agrees to hear grievances and u bushels, which will put about $75,000 provided for. resort to urbltrutlon In tho pockets of tho farmers. LANCASTKit Couut. A small crowd Cheap rates to Atlantic City, The Cuesapeuko & Ohio ha mado a rata of attended Luncaster court yesterday, faro on tho certifi- but there were u good many cattlo on one und cate plan to Atluntlo City for thu meet. hand. Very few sale wero mado and lng of thu American llomcopatlbo In tho traders wont homo In a bad humor. stitute which meets there Juno 10th to A few steer calvos brought 6c and some 21th. Tho C. & O. has through sleep-o- r heifer Jl and ia. No sales of butcher to Philadelphia und New York cattlo wero made. Both the horse and without change. Bo sure your ticket mule market was unusuully dull. Hood Wortblngton and Tom Gentry read via tbo Cbosapcuko & Ohio Ity. Geo. W. Harney, dlv. pass, agent, Lex- sold their wheat, about 5,000 bushel In all, to Anderson & Spllmau at 05 cents. ington, Ky. M. J. FurrU sold to Anderson & Spill Kpwortb league convention, India man several hundred barrels of corn at napolls, Itid., July Tho O. II. & $1.75 In thu crib. Ho also sold to J. C. D. Ity. will make a ruto of ono faro for Johnson a car of fat bog at 3, Ander good going July tho round-trison & Spllmaa received tbolr Urst congood returning to and Including July signment of wheat yesterday. It camo 21. I)y doKlting 50 cent with Joint from Jerry C. Culdwoll, whoso big crop agent, ticket may bo extended to und mey oougni last jear at OOo. That crop Includl-iAug. 20. Sao O. II. &, D. so far threshed averaged 25 bushel tn agents for Information. tbo acre and Is pronouncod unusually 38 calves at $15.50. SammerGoods Serge and Luster Coats, Serg-- Coats and Vests, Beautiful Soft Shirts, e Pretty Patterns in endless variety, from 50c to f 1 50. White and fancy !M! A woll-ucss- cd ers nt $11.10. 1 SILK PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS $10,-00- I well-know- n I I I III & Straw Hats For all clat sej. Prices 10c to $2. BSTTERMS CASH. H. J. M'ROBERTS. Iron Pence ( Sat-unla- y. 3S: C) press Shingle. post-otllc- o A. C.51HE, Metal Roofing. i STANFORD, KT.-- , 7- -T I &sB Mill Work. .aSjHA Hr ss .K3PH i9kilnr1(H m IS: eJi blood hed a iiikIu, tlila iunlrjr t,li)rUlr lu lirrtml fur scrmMUhhi.s lli(lulilinuiuu DISCUVKUKllllY A WOMAN. Anolhrr itrsst dluuirrj liai We iPAVaeBeBeBeBeBeBeBaBeBeBeaaB frimlit In imwml tU, lul lirrtlltl iivau. rre uiilrriuliil sud dnttb hwiiiaI Ituiulueut. t'ur Hint) uiuutln ,h coujjh, luri'Miiillr, auj rouJ uut sltwii. hlis Dually tlixxmrnl y tu fir. hy urrbsliig of u a botilvol Dr. Kluj's New liluurrry lor (uii.uiuijiIuu, sin was suiuuili wltti-li- ml Ihil failsnnl 1 l rii. one-thir- d bjoti a)olnted postmaster at Saulley. I'uktty Miss Lillik Martin w llrr iiaius U Mra l.utli.r lim Thu. U llauinlik A Oo.,ol Shelby, .N.O. Trial bullln has fit at IVmiy'a lru blure. tint 5oc anJ f nil Willi two bottlm bai duw, lUal Uu tlitilr.t all uUbt) akwluiely cure I ..!. Sing In tho new Sing out the false Sing In the true " We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway " Blng out the old DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Tho strike of the stockyard men at Chicago ha been uugmonted and COO g de men uru now out. Tho partment of Armour & Co I tied up. Other pucker aro uleo affected. nay Champion be will defend hi title ngalntt any inau ofauny color who ha tho, backing, "I bullevo I can hit u Negro a little harder than I can a white man," ho say. cotton mill company ha A bcon organized ut Sanford, N. C. Tho mill will bo ocrated by electric power, All doctor. tolJ UVoUk llauilltuu, ofWcat U., after suHeriug uioulhs Aoui tlital THE A1TET1TE OK A COAT Director Morrlatn bus already esti- ll.lula, h would dis uuImsisa wUy owratlou was all poor djil'l' wIiom btomack la eutlsd imputation of. tho United lwrluriued; but be cured hliuatlf villi ve bom of and Uur rbyouluf ordtr. Allauck sbouldanow mated the lluctlru'a AroUa baits, lb tuml 111 curs oo tbat In 1000 at 72,600,000. ' lr. Kluf'a Nw Uf 1111s, tb woudwful State tJtrlb, aud lbU.t Nihslu tb World. Uieuli blomaibaud Mier Itemedy, glint fltudidap-til- . Uoujamln 1'urroii wa bangod at a box. bold by IVuuy, PruitnUl, touud dkntloo and a regular bodUy bablt m Humilton, Out., Friday, fur the mur'r(rt health tad great snergy. Only l hit ju.urs Stove havo advanced 10 percent. SJc at IVuuy'a Drug dlore. of hi mother. der bog-klllln20-2- 3. a p, 10-2- 1, U Detrolt.Mlcb. Endeavor annual con10. Tbreo solid thro' Cincinnati. Ituto ono Hrstclas limited faro for tbo round trip. Tickets good golug July 3 to 0, Incluslvo with roturu limit of July 15. Further extension to August 15 may bo socurcd by depositing ticket with joint agent ut Detroit. Insist on having your tlukot read via tills route. D. G. Kdwurds, P. T. M., Cincinnati, O. in:nK)Lt:i)ijiKsunii:o.Ns. Toko tho C. II. for tho Curlstlun vention July 6 lo trains dally from & D. to a Pleasant, Permaaeat, PaaMtrt Cure for coughs, colds and oil Inflamed surf acta science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. n g Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by !t kltrtpMaaUaaeoitfbaaalcoUa. I una ua. Ja. u Uno. Advocate. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out l the rated i tho microbe-bearincause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so tbat there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLO IY ALL QOOO DRUtOISTS UlaaOnly. 2ta., Oo. and fl.QO Wm C Statistics show tbat a man could travel 72,003,1)0.') miles on ru road of tbo United State before meetlngdoath from accident and 4,611,051 mile be fore being injured in an accident. Hon. ajr XuaS It (iT W ami! lo FOR BALK AT PENNY 8 DRUG STORE. ((. JJr. Wi'a ltoa-1.,- . quick and wmwMDli4ir( a-- whh IHukkn wtM SURE YOU GET Tata eMS naMlaVaMMV? Ii U WHEN wo accused the Loulsvlllo Politics mnkes stranjro IhmI follows bed tears by tho bucketful, llciolu- tlons demanding fair treatment by tho and occasionally makes crJwdcd beds. Dispatch of lying and coloring its news THE INTERIOR JOURNAL chairman and a roll call ot the coun Eight of Lincoln's contingency slept In to suit Us opinions, wo touched that ties whenever It Is domanded were ono small room and In ono bed wore dlsropuuble sheet in a tendor spot and adopted and tho "Duck" pang slunk Judgo James P. Bailey, J. T. Embry tho way It hurled back "You aro June 27, 1899 away. Stanford. Ky., shows that tho wholo measly and A.C. Dunn. o Judge It J. Breckinridge has lots of crew belong to Ohio, whoro such Judgo D. D. Rcdwlne, who was mndo is considered tho holght of cour permanent as well as temporary chair- followers In Loulsvlllo and the grand WALTON. W. P. man, is tho kind of a man to prcsldo old gentleman looks like a winner. age and manliness. Sinco its alleged tho Dispatch has been a dls- over a convention of as wild horses as Gen. John U. Castloman told your rep sell-outho team ho handles and ho makes resentative that tho judgo would help craco oven to vollow journalism and PAO-B- S Its treatment of Senator Goobol boforo even his enemies admiro his decision tho ticket thousands of voles. sinco tho convention has bconsuch and backbone ovon though they dub JuiliroM. C. Saufley, Col. W. O. and as to disgust oven Its dwindling list of Is always ready for any sort of wealhrr that may como Now Is the time to get you a UNABLE TO DEAT GOEBEL him a second Czar Reed. C Warron did val Wlh and Hon. II. Gocbel had seven votes mora than iant servlco for Judgo Breokldrldge. readers. And all because tho Senator THE OrrOSITION 13 TIIY1NO TO I1RRAK enough to nomlnato at ono tlmo on tho Judgo Saulloy's speech nominating hlra would not wear tho collar of tho hybrcd UP THE CONVENTION. original ballot, before tho recapitulated is looked forward to and will no doubt sheet or bo dictated to by its mongrel ALL SORT9 OF REVOLUTIONARY AND vote, but rapid changes cut tho voto stalTof republicans, democrats be tho moti masterly effort of tho con- and John Whallon AND DISGRACEFUL TACTICS Tho paper's ro. down. vention. EMPLOYED. ports of the convention havo been solla At tho night session all hands had R. L. Uubblc. "Tuck," was In tho grant))' unfair thnt they might havo AND CONVENTION cooled off and balloting with all thrco NO NOMINATION YET day or two but he took a done much harm but for tho fact that city only a of tho candidates proceeded for flvo ADJOURNED TO 10 A. M. a allso with enough clotlios hi spun-nobody put any confldenco In them. Saturday night, hours and urt month. Judee Bailey I or mo impres Tho Hula Inlluenco with democrats thnt seems to Tho situation at Loulsvlllo when tbo last, which was the 11th balFor tho hot ether, Hubble hnd hopes of the bo that tbo opposition seeing they lot, showed Goebol 340!, Hardin 305 sion that Mr. sheet onco had has long sinco deMen's Linen Suit S2.2J, bringing somo "green goods" home In parted andnow Its friends eyen regard unablo to agrco on and Stono were beaten, and Hoys' long pant Linen SulU tl.OS, 376. Tho convention then bis "Saratoga." which should tackle Senator Gocbel adjourned till 10 o'clock Monday. It with suspicion, whllo people who Hovs' Knee Pant Linen Suits ( 1.2J, Johnson got tireu cany nottco It Frco Silver alone, havo resorted to dilatory anu at all aro satisfied that It Men's Cplton Pants 33c, Notwithstanding he was tho hind como homo revolutionary tactics to provont tho most candidate, Mr. Gocbel had a mo' In the action and wanted to would not tell tho truth evon If It suit Mon's Extra Heavy Cotton Psnts "6c quality, only fiOc bis nomination of tho man from Kenton. tlon put to drop the hindmost man after on the first train out, but ed Its purposo better than to He. Came ami get one of our Phillips kept him with him Dr. Tho interests ot tho party seem to bo a certain ballot Saturday night, but it I tTnrjwi'V flivr Ttvi ni tvltVitn night. Dr. Phillips lost sight of, reason has departed and was lost by a voto of 715 to 377, tho till Saturday ,. for the nomination 100 vnf. nf- tho mnubllean . -riot and disorder havo taken Its placo. other candidates being confident that gards his chances for auditor good. nomination Jfor governor on tho first It Is a dark day for Kentucky ho had a card up his sleovo. Tho first and second ballot for gov- - ballot and tbo cry Is still tho votes such things are permit Tho constant threat of certain Har announced and but ted to exist In a convention tnassnouiu din men to bolt, hurt their man very crnor were never acounty or so In tho como to him. Taylor, Butler, Daviess, Rockcastle, Pendleton, Greenup, by order, harmony and pa- much. Fortunately John B. Thomp fnriiTn.hniTonf bo marked the Kenton entry would Green, McLean and Perry Instructed triotism. son, his manager, never took any stock first ballot changes mado for him Saturday, trio vine his voto up This from tho Loulsvlllo Times tells in the proposition, as he knows nono havo won. He had the is no kick to nearly 750, when 848 is necessary to of yesterday:" Finding but whipped men resort to such action. himself though and thero tho wholo story coming from him. nominate. With such a man to beat as 25c toll. Men's Under Slilrts 15., anew stoc'i of Straw Hats al a very low price. that tho forces of Hardin and Stone Tho resolution presented by Black By tho applauso which greeted every Taylor tho democrats ought to bo ablo Ladies' Linen Skirts 4Sc. could not bo completely combined upon burn, Broneton, Owsley and others Hardin' name, it Ladicn' Summer Corsets 21c, either of these two candidates and that proposing a constitutional amendment mention of Gen. the cholco of tho to do so no matter how badly they aro were Ladles' Shirt Walits 4Se, torn up. the dropping of cither would probably to return to viva voce voting was re seemed as if ho you can't alwajs tell by Ladies' Vcts3 for;10c A big line of result In the nomination of Senator ferred to the commltteo on resolutions delegates, but The greatest man of his race, nooker representatives, but was not reported, tho raoro's tbo that. Goebol and Stone men were too Gocbel, the L. & N's busy working for their cholco to yell Washington, says that lynchlngs do under tho direction of John Whallcn, pity. The secret ballot has resu not prevent crime, and he Is about Thompson, John S. Rhea, Wll-la- rd in endless woes to tho parly and has or clan their hands John Loulsvlllo hns hotel accommodations right. In tho Imracdtato neighbor-- 1 others, havo been mado fraud twsslblo and practicable. Mitchell and and there nro many reasons why It Is hood they may deter, but as thoso who seeking all day to breakup the conven A midnight conference between the conventions, but the commit crimes of tho naturo that seized upon tho presence leaders of Stono and Hardin was held thn nlnm for such tion" They fact thut sho has so many disreputable I lynching are usually adopted for, aro of a few police as a pretext and declar Sunday, when it wus agreed that thu unscrupulous wire pullers will generally ignorant and never bear ot Ladies' Oxfords 4Sc, ed tnev would not permit business to man they had to beat was Gocbel and and before they the punishment meted to their class, Men's low cut Shoe '3c, were put out oi tuo that jt 9t00li tt,om ln daruJ t0 fluht tho cause tho peoplo to think proceed un tu tbey In tho the examples go for naught. city for conventions A few pieces Mntting 12jc. hall. Amid great confusion a bal battle together.but they coi.ldn't agree vote for that lot was taken, tho Hardin men In' unon wMch should bo dropped. '"ca'seyV delegates, J. C. Coulter, W. A Xew York woman killed her hus-tho main refusing to voto. I ho re- - "The party I lovo dearer than lifo cutting his throat as he slept, Myers and Frank M. Ellis, had a band by (s n tho iaaae 0f suit was Goebel 334, Stono 261, Hardin ho and worn look Saturday night and they. Slng as a reason for tbo act that n out 66. annnil IniiHiiM Innn Inn """" nf who assassins," said Red Fox " """ nnln Joins to see their After a secoud fruitless ballot tho ,lTon M much w flh, ,nd ml8 were anxious Martin and J II -Dunn . Itnrcsning macnine. iiie rennet ui mo homo. S. II. convention adjourned to 10 a. M. today. M th(j ,ato DoQ Qu,xotc. jury onght to bo "served Rockcastle's delegates, could stand It coroner's The committee on credentials was, This wild-eye- d dispatch was sent to no longer and packed their grips for him rlirht." A snoring man Is worso ready to report ul tho night session , Sam M Qweus last night: The con - ' Vinmn Cumlnv mnrnlni than a whistling woman or a crowing Fridav. but there was such a mob in ventlon unable to enduro tbecondltionsi ono of Wballeu s hen. Jlra Williams, the ball and so much disorder that it surrounding it, demanded tho ejection I rlcrht. Iwiwnra. stuck ClOSO to the 8th A Brooklyn jury awarded a young The ClicaMt Houe In Town was decided to adjourn till 9 a. m., Sat- of tho police. Stono and Hardin delebut for what rea- - lady S1U,660,G6 for tho loss of a leg on urday, at which hour tho reports wero gates united In demanding It. Chair- -. district delegates, known, senator ueorge the grounds that It reduced her chances Is son, read. The majority report seated tho man Redwine refused to entertain the . m r. it f not . T.D. 1UNEY, Manager. tnnl ilnllt.li, - In ... bisuit uw. ....MnrriH. ,, .. . .. . marrv advantageously that much. Gocbel-Stondelegations In Ballard, motion. His armtrary ruling stops aui Al .HIIIVI ill laurruiu. In ront, cry j to ordering him "down At tho same rato of recompense many and Warren business. Tho people should know tho Caldwell, McCracken Brtnch stores at Elliabtthtown.JKIkton, Owentboro, Sbo'by vllle, Versailles, Ilrdj bully stood up before btm und a would clve un both of her limbs town, HopkinsTllle, Msdfsonvllle, MorKanficld, Georgetown counties, city ot Louisville, Campbell, situation. Signed, John S. Rhea, D. P. tlmo tho Ky , Clirksvllle, Teon! he obeyed orders like a good boy. good cbancoof gottlng and then stand a Scott, Harrison, Nicholas and Pike Murray, W. C. Owens.John B. ThompJudgo Tarvin told tho convention u no account count for a husband. counties, and split the voto in Metcalf son, W. H. Sweeney, J. W. Mitchell, A WORD TO THE I'ATKOXR OF that Congressman Al Berry bad beand Montgomery counties. Tho Har- John Garnettand EmmettOrr. BRIEF MEWS NOTATION. every political organization din delegation was seated In Calloway Tho Madison county delegation to longed to country and that he county and ln the county district of tbo convention is one of tho finest known In this Tho now bicyclo trust will bo capi17 mako In CinJefferson. The changes made Increas- looking In that body, and bos the re- heard him on March eso.ooo.ooo. republican speech he talized at strength 159 3 cord for weight in comparison with cinnati tho best ed the Goebel-Ston- e The Jail at Everltt City, Ga., burned If you hive not already Paid your Tuition Bill, pleaw call Mrs. Sculler at Congressman Berry then tlio Col votes. A minority report was present- anv similar number. Tbo delegation ever beard. as soon as convenient and pay tho ainouut. We aro in pressing need of money. Judge Tarvin de- and ono inmate was cremated. ed, but tho majority went through is made up of 14 members, beaded by told the crowd that by a locomotive, cyclist MurPaced and the argument easily. James B. McCreary, ot Rich- liberately falsified WILI.HM SIIELTON, PrcHldcnt. phy went a mile in 1:05 ln New York ceased. Tho minority report was the reverse mond, and its combined weight Is Saturday. looked llko Senator Goebel When it of the majority ln every Instance save 3,593 pounds, an average of about 257 Rufus Searcy, aged 70, hung hlrasolf was nominated on tho first ballot Col. Calloway and Jefferson. pounds. C.-nt Flncbvllle. ln his buggy-houebeamed with delight After tho adoption of the report, was tbo cause. The commltteo on organization rec- Jack Cblnn's face Eph Llllard, of Frankfort, Bang Gen. Hardin, with tragic step and ommended Alllo W. Young, of Mont- while It grows dally moro and moro eviIn do meln, advanced to tho front and with gomery county, and Samuel E. Jones, to tho tune of "Dar's Trouble Ceas-ted.- dent that Great Britain Is preparing " now A largo assortment of cood Wall Paper at 1c. 3c. 0c. 7c and 8c ncr roll in drew his name ln tho Interest of har- of Barren county, as members for tbo Land." "All Troubles have for an active campaign In South Afirca. Lincoln's Goebel delegates, A. C. Jockey, front at thu store of mony and counselled wisdom and fair- State at large for the Democratic Stato George Odora.tho George D. ness in the selection of a ticket. His Central and Executive Committees Dunn, E O. Singleton, has been employed to rldo for W. C. Weatherford and J. M, Alverson, were Whitney's stable at a salary of $10,000 speech was couched in language so with Young as chairman thereof. Col. F. Elkin, on temperate and timely that he made Jack Cblnn remains tho member of the pretty happy too. M. a year. n original Goebol man, could hardly more and faster friends than ever. In State Central Commltteo for this disHenry B. Plant, president of tho Wo also hang Wall Paper at 5c per roll by the most competent men and carry cv. himself.' ery thing in the the ballot that followed between Stono trict and Simon Cook, ot Shelby, was Plant Steamship Company and Florida PLATFORM. THE Goebel the vote of Loulsvlllo was made executive committeeman, home on Fifth Ave and R. R. lines, died at The platform as adopted reaffirms New York. cast solidly for tbo latter, contrary to NOTES UY E. C. W. slightest qualification, tho without the agreement by ono of Mr.Goobel'a man- Turnpike raiders in Mnson, Pictures Framed to ordor on short notico in latest styles. Give us a call and 'sco At one tlmo thero wero 200 police In principles and policies declared lu the how you can save money. acers, and tho Stone men threatened Muslo to blow up the abutments of a 1 ridge Hall and their presenco bad democratic national platform adopted Telcphope No. 124. No. 300 Main St,, Danville, Ky. ln revenge that unless Goebel with-droon tbo M. ic L. plko with a two gallon something ot a quieting effect. nt Chicago In 1696 and reiterates Its they would not only nomlnato of powder. Crittenden and Lincoln bad tho larg- faith In bimetallism which has been jug Hardin, but would reconsider the acA tremendous rainfall has interruptdelegates In tho con- vindicated by events. tion by which Goebel bad been given est and smallest ed all communication between Santiago Ollto James and J. M. Alver-soTbo Datlonal administration is con- do Cuba and tbo rest of tho country. control of tho party organization. vention demned for its reckless extravagance, Valparaiso Is half under wajor. scattering votes bad preMeanwhile John Buchanan, of tho Loulsvlllo noglect In vented any nomination and the Stono Times, placed tho I. J. representative for its cruol and Inhuman An industrial convention has been its treatment of our soldiers und , sail- Called to meet at Huntsvllle, Ala., Sepcounties began going over toHardln. under renewed obligations by Tho painting season is here. Wo wish to call your attention to the fact that no war-- for ors during tho lato Spanish At ono tlmo Goebel bad tbo nomitember 4, to consider tho oest method keep the Best lteady Mixed Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Ac, ln the mnrket. subordination to tho Inter of developing the resources ot tbo nation by eight votes and but for tho Who U that popullstlc looking gen- - Its complete ! changes it would havo been eo an- tiemau voting Lincoln's eight? "That's est of organized wealth, for Us protec- South. and Tho first consignment of United nounced. Confusion worse confounded Judgo James P. Balloy, tbo best coun- tion and encouragement of trusts Our lino of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth Brushes. Hair Brushes, Combs, Soaps, followed this ballot and to end it tho ty judgo Id tho State," was the answer. combinations, and especially for its States mall trom tbo Yukon In tho past Ac, is complete, and ot the very best quality. of has representatives of all parties agreed to Judge Tarvin, who nominated Sena appointment and retention In olllco in- two months 14 reached Seattle, Wash. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from tho Purest and Best .Irucs ob There wero sacks, containing about an attorney general devoted to tbo a recess. Tbo attempt to get Mr. Goc- tor Goebel, ought to wear suspenders. tainable. Prices reasonable. Wo solicit your patronage. 30,000 letters. bel to withdraw was futile amd with He spent a good part ot the time bo terests of trusts and combinations. is Tho Stato administration consummate skill and coolness ho con- was speaking in pulling bis breeches J. U. Thompson bought of Conrad Si for aliened corrupt methods Hlatt six steers at $10. tinued master of tho situation, again up proving his courage and his tact aa a Motions by Capt. W. H. Swconey, of and inefficiency. F. P. Bishop sold to Joel J. Walker Trusts and high tariff bills are do a bunch of calves at $12. political manipulator. Marlon, to adjourn till next Wcdnea nounced and remedies suggested. E. T. Pence and Slier bought in John S. Rbea nominated Capt. stono day at Lexington and by Carlo Little to o Tbo Goebel election bill Is endorsed Whitley county 375 sheep at $2.00. seconded by Congressman Wheeler. adjourn to Clay county wero not con o tho and so are tho McCbord bill and Judge James P. Tarvin placed Senator sidered. Naboth, J. K. & M. S. Baugbman's o Chlnn bill to prevent oxtortlonato great Btallion, has served 05 mares this Goebel's name before the convention "You voted for MoKlnley," ono del season. and strange to say It was seconded by egato yelled at another, and a Ugbt charges tor school books. l.niMlat:vo measures against rail Since threshing began John Bright Senator Bronston. Leonldas Redwlno followed. "You aro a liar" went un also spoke In the Kenton man's behalf. resented. The first charge was evi road rato discrimination is recommen- says tho wheat yield will bo 05 per cent. Tbo grains aro largo and firm. ded. Gen. Hardin having withdrawn, bis dently regarded the moro serious. William Jennings Bryan Is endorsed Heady Mixed Paints for all Purposes. G. A. Slier sold to W. P. Grimes a speakors lost out and had to keep their Will B. Hansford, formerly of Crab presidential nomi- bunch ot calves at $15 50; to W. L. speeches bottled. Orchard, voted Clay's and a half dozen for tho democratlu Chairman Redwine sat down on Bob other mountain counties' votes. A nation ln 1900. Lawsoa 12 heifers at 4oand to William J. C. S. Blackburn is endorsed to Hlatt 114 sheep at $3.50 Harding bard when without being a brother of Tom Baker, recontly assassucceed Senator Lindsay. Sold for tbo LOWEST CASH Prices. delegate ho offered a resolution that, sinated, was a delegate from Knox. W. A. Morrow, son ot Judgo T. 'A. The Spanish war to secure tho liber- Morrow, of bomcrsct, wus instructed tbo chair accept tho rulings ot ChairJudge Rcdwlne, who was both temadman Johnston as to the contests and porary and )H)rtuanent chairman, lost ty of Cuba Is commencded, but tho for lluutetenant governor by tho rcpub proceed to business. "That man Is no bis voice early in tho action, but bo ministration Is censured for pushing llcans ot Rockcastle county, but hu delegate and ho has no right in this used tbo gavel vigorously. Tho secre- tho Philippine campaign. says bis health will not permit blm to convention," yelled Senator Farrls and tary did most of tho talking for him. mako tho race, Copt. George H. Dobbyn. of Danville, u although Harding said ho bad tho M. S. Buugbman & Myers Bros., who lion. John S. Rhea's speech nomiOPTIONS ON FARMS ! Dobbyiu. of proxy of a dolegato be was ruled out o; nating Capt. Stone, was a gem. "Black dead. He left onu sou, ltlctiard threshed S. II. Shanks' wheat yester(locked off with a Giant" was at his best,whllo Id second- Kuoxvlllc. Ho was ou Gtu. Nelson's stair day, tell us that thu yield will hardly THE DANVIU.K OVCLK CO., DANVILLE, KY order. Then hu WANTED. tlio civil war. was cnmuilssloiiod AsIu. IISTUIrlbt. Whallen crowd of disgruntled bolters ing the nomination Congressman early la Quartermaster, with the rank of bo 10 bushels to the aero. They say sistant V!,U,!1 1i!0 t0. options i. to Beck's Hull and tearfully sung bis Wheeler did credit to himself ufid tho Cupula and was a republican aud leading Mr. Shanks was greatly pleased with County. k. .rll"u-la- r. Tor address VVM. LAN1U!a taloof woe to them, whllo all hands old Confederate. their new thresher. O, A. R. man. THE - rop-artc- Louisville Store. t. SIX Nice Linen S uit w, - -- Soft Front Sbirts ., Cheap Lawns I jf cut-thro- ats I at""' '""" I CARPETS 20 TO 50C The Louisville Store. o rl Stanford Femalel College. ex-G- J. o Just Think Of It r L con-tol- A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Paint, Glass and Brush Business. n. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes &c. TOILET ARTICLES iil CRAIG HOCKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. Wall Paper and Alabastine onnrinoooooooooooooooooooooooonnonnnn i9 r KHger, Ky. . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - KENTUCKY HOUSES OF REFORM. Topographical Plat of Grounds and Buildings as They Will Appear When Completed. 1 June 27, 1899 W. P. WALTON. KKNTUCKY IlOUSES OP KEFOIIM ono-hal- At a oint about fivo mile northwest f mllo from of Lexington and Grccndalo Stttlon on the Cincinnati 1 Southern Hoad In Fayctto county, G1DL3. oncTios there It at prctent under construction 1 r-. an institution which It attracting con sldcrablo attention, notonlv throughout tho State of Kentucky but through out the country In general Tbli It to bo known a tho Kentucky Houses of Keforra, and Is being constructed un d:r a special law passed br the legislature at Its ISM session, and for which PLAT OF H0V5E5 OF SEF01M. AT LEXIrtGTM , KY: tho sum of 1100,000 was appropriated for Its tmmcdlalo needs, tn addition BVLFORB, RHCHAI11D5 ACCAKTY I tLZt 1 to this sum Fayetto county and tho I t ly city of Lexington set aside 113,000 for ARCHITECTS. tho use of the Institution, upon condiI .11 f tion that It be located In Fayette county and wltbln flvo miles of the city of Lexington. While tho amount of KEY money appropriated thus far for the I. ADttlrtl3TQATlrt CTTACC 10 LAVNDQY CAILDIMG. work It by no means adequate to final COTTAGE. 3 14 STORE tlOVOC. ly completo the tamo, the trustees have cottage:. 10 WELL HOVOC by judicious and economical manage1 ment boon ablo tbut far to contract for 16 CbETTLIiG TAAM3. 4 5Cn00ubVILDIAiG I a sufficient number of the buildings and 17 ciiTccna. 5 MALL and CMAPCL, sufficient equipment to put the Institu10 6. CWSCPVATODY. COKE riLTERa. tion in operation thlt year and to take 19 CRL5CTTACCO. 7 GYWIA-ilVM- . care of about 15 to 200 boyt and 2.1 to a. ACDICVLTVPAL eVILDWC20 LAKH 30 girls. AAAiVALTPAlMiriC B'LDC Tho trustees having the work In 21 9. DAIRY BVILDI1G charge are Mrs. L K. Yandell and Mrs. 10. AAAMVALTPAlNlttG bLDC 22 OCMCOL BVILDING. Nellie-- Garrard Cheatham of Louis11. CHADEL POWER. HOVOt ville; Mr. Frances K. Beauchamp and 20 12. BAKCRY.BVILDIAiC 24 GIRLS GYttIAMVAA.. Messrs. William Worthlngton, of Lex . 23 WATER TOWCtt. Ington, W. P. Walton, Stanford and D. !!. Howard of Lebanon, and to bcra 3b AAIS CHTRAMCE. I certainly great credit is due for the amount of work which baa been accomplished, and for the manner In which they have devoted their time and attention to tho gathering of Information that would enablo them to establish for tho State such an Institution as would rank first among tboso of similar kind In tho country, and enable them to secure for tho State the great est possible Taluo for tho amount of money appropriated for this purpose. To properly establish and equip and start off in working order an InstitulPBCATtD CASDtAt tion of tbe magnitude contemplated by tho law under which this one Is created Is a work of no small magnitude, and when properly started Its operation and maintenance aro comparatively easy. To tho end that there might bo no serious mistakes made In starting this Institution tho Doard vis j ited a largo number of Institution of a similar character, learning from them many things that should bo done, gathCPCCnDALC PIKE ering Information on other points whero other Institutions bad mada fa tal errors and are now being reconstructed. .aarBBMKHHtltlMIHlllllllV Feeling that It was Important that care of on tho premises, thu. reduclrg son. that Ills distinctively American, highly artistic, and, at the eamo time tho expense of construction. the work should bo completely laid out In luylng out a schema for tbo loca- good reult, cconomlcal'arrangcmcnt by some one having an extended expo AQCHITIKTJ and good construction uro moro easily In Institution work, tho Board tion of bulldlBcs and Improvement, rlcoce tho architects were of necessity, gov- and cheaply obtained in tbi style than T employed as architects, a llrm who had ' built Institution of a similar charac- erned by the natural contour of tbe any other. Very little, If any, orna -. ter, and, after learning from tho Hoard surfaces and tn this manner extensive mentutlon Is used, a will bo noticed ton- tho requirements of tho Institution, grading nnd expense In landscape work by tbo illustrations, as tho building s tho architects prepared topographical It avoided. Tho building aro group rely In tbo main upon correct archi erw plat of tho grounds and laid out a cd at the highest point, tn tho manner tectural proportion, outline and groupscheme for tho entlro work as it will shown by tho plat, reserving tho tilla- ing for artistic effect. While tho plat might indlcute that u))car when complete, having In view ble ground to tho north and wot for tho ultimate accommodation of from purou of cultivation. The purpose all flie cottage aro of tho same plan, not the for which tho building arc to be used the Illustration show that It 600 to COO. Thu farm on which tho building I marked on tho plat and shown by Intention to thu construct tho Instituuru to bo Wilted consist of about 200 numbers in tho key. Tho dotted liner? tion, us the ctTcct would bo extremely monotonous und lacking In Interest. iicrcs, u largo portion of which Is til- extending through tho ground conThu Administration Cottage I inlable land. At tho corner near whero necting up tho various buildings tho proposed tunnel line through tended for tho rcsldenco of the super tho building uro located uru several l n $Miim&!j&uEizLj ncres of beautiful woodland which will which nil steam pipes and electric intendent, matron, and such officer as l be used uh a park nnd pleasure ground, line will bo carried from tho central. lilt! imiu 111 vuuiai kiiuiu fcuu nui i Power Station to connect up with ench of tho Institution. It will contain the Tho land I sufficiently lolling to general office for tho executive work, . good natural drainage, and thu of tho building. Tho number to bu accommodated I vault for records, guest rooms und I building buvo been locuted at thu , ri,::3tsi. ( highest K)lnt. Thu farm hu sultublu only limited by thu space and tho num- parlors, dining room and kitchen fori jrm fc?r- - r:s i. -- tat7 . IVfc4 a. &&BlttlxKf27flB clay fur thu mtimifuctura of brick and ber of cottngu9 it I desired to con- tno ouicers uccommouateu tnoroin. The cottage for boy and girl aro thu Institution I laid out lu also good quarries of llmcstono sulta struct, bio for foundation purK)es. All these such shape that when more buildings constructed to uccommodato 25 each 3lnt of udvuntago wcro taken into aro required drive can bo extended und contain four officer' rooms, a sick or uay room, wuleh room, sitting-rooconsideration by tho board, n it I ex- and other cottagosadded. After much thought and study us to can ulo bo used as a school room, dinpected after tho institution I onco In nnaratlon. that a lnr mirt. of thn tho most suitable architectural treut- - ing room, serving room, dormitories, (Continued on Uh page ) brick and building stono will bo fur-- lnenl ll wtt9 bought best to uso an nlshed by tho labor of tho boys taken I adaptation of tho Colonial for tho roa rsi In- 1 1 OUVAB.OMIO. omccci Ai jZK "nA jsVi ? " mm PlCnAQOCAQTbVLCTD 'couvrbvi,, ADttlHOTeYr CJTJACe 0mHBj8HKfiiiHitiK Art - fl '." ''', i j'M .mkm iiHBi 1 hull-cnt- o WHra mwi& vL mzzzeZPm ob-Ul- n . -- i m J i t . I klaafltE. sBLitg3er iMMffffTl sa? tiLlPPWT!tflftJHMtiwy'-'''w,ps- f ..t .wEft JBK C as? HSUJHHlQBJuiiQBBfiQHt (- -- t fltkkHkkkirjulkkH Ktt1 ' Jfs sLPr .LLB fcjp JtwWS -- r "iBm tr' T" PrlKi tiHrV jml ,"tllflC E satiP ttttHkitLiiiiiip srlLlVlfc vfL tfstkl C0TTACtm..jgTcrlAg ifcglCVLTVEAL BLDC. RIOIAgm rtgCAPTtY$ BVLPPPAgCllt?, I I dressing rooms, and in tho basement aro located tho kitchen, recreation room?, ebower baths and lavatories. These cottages for reasons of economy In construction and operation, and for better architectural etlect, are being built on the double cottage plan. For fire protection all balls and stairways are constructed thoroughly fireproof, and ample means of exit have been provided. The chapels will bo so constructed, as to serve the double purpose of chapel and amusement hall. They will also contain a room for the library for the general use of the Institution. While each cottage contains Its own school rooms for Immediate use, It Is thought best under modern methods of managing schools of this character that provision bhould be made (or separate school buildings, as the schools concentrated in buildings constructed especially for that purpose, permit of a better system of management and grading, and this system Is, therefore, most generally recommended. Provision has been made for locating these school will each form an Important part In the manual training work, as well as be of oppractical benefit to the eery-la- y eration of the institution. The store room will contain in addition to its room for general storage, a room for the operation of cold storage machinery for the manufacture of Ice and rooms for tho storages of meat, butter, eggs, milk and vegetables for the en-ti- ro buildings near tho centre of the Institution as Indicated, and as soon as these buildings aro constructed, the school rooms in the cottages can be used for sitting rooms and day rooms. The three buildings marked for ttor ape house, bakery and laundry are UBed exclusively for the purpose Indicated by their names, and, being operated by the pupils of the institution r Institution. The mannal training building will contain blacksmith shop, wood working department, shoe shop, stocking and glove factory, tailor shop, and in fact all departments of work necessary for the maintenance of the Institution, and will be equipped with machinery for each of tho various departments of work thought advisablo and beneficial to maintain. Horticulture will form an important part of tho manual training work and a large conservatory for this purposo has been located In the centre of the Institution grounds at a point where It will not only be of practical use in thu manual training work, but serve as a pei muncnt feature in beautifying the grounds of the institution. Provision has beon made for the erection of two agricultural buildings, as dairy, farming and stock raising will doubtless form an Important feature of the work. Space Is provided in these for taking cato of tho stock, for storage of feed and vehicles and agricultural Implements necessary for carrying on the farm work. Equal provision has been made for the care of bojs and girl- -, but, as It is expected, and as statistics in other States show, that institutions of this character contain about twice as many bojs as girls, provlston has been made for caring for them In about this proportion, and although the institutions will be separated a distance of from 1,200 to 1,500 feet, they are jo constructed und arranged that they can be taken care of under one general management and heated and lighted from the samo power station. Provision has also been made for taking care of black and white in separate buildings as prov ided by the law. For reasons of economy In operation a central system of heating, lighting and power has been adopted and the general boiler houso has been located at tho low point near the manual training building. This building will contain boilers, pumps for water works, engines und dynamos for furnishing light and power for all buildings. All steam lines, hot water lines and electric lines extend from this building through the tunnels to the various points on the grounds where required, and all main lines are thus easily acces sible at all times for repairs without disturbing the grounds of the Institution, or interfering in any manner whatever with the workings of the to j - i - - i k SSmHBC 3SU0h H MM I' i - Jpj I uQ IIQ Stll. hzi4 K iTi I r I JMmmmfMMmmwMu II M m. Jfclfc" 1 s- -. c5SlCiW VZ tx4 rtTC. asw4j n jK l TBT TJw JtfC i5 CTTACE1?l. RICHARD) ACABTY Jrj(H JM4i.-s-J- J " Tls great out In the park." Tve heard It was nice." Td be proud if ye'd ride out thero with me tomorry?" Almn's delicate color deepened. She gazed fixedly at the handle of the door. "Let's soy three o'clock." "I'm not through my work till four." It was the same thing as an assent. "I'll call for ye nt four!" He went off beaming, but her voice made him turn bnck In sudden panic. "Don't call for me." she sold, In a low. hesllntlng tone; "jou I'd rather you wouldn't Majbe I'll be at the corner onl" four." I'll show It ye If ye'll step over atThe ride out on tle open car was very here." pleasant. AImn enjoyed every bit of it. Ilrannlgan bent bis burnished curls, though sho asked herself frequently on tiptoe and pretty Nornh stretched what was she about. to meet them. Hut just as the two Ilrannlgan was not Introspective; beheads reached one level, the hero lifted sides, he knew what he was about perhis own quickly and kissed the fectly. He paid Alma's fares with an face that looked so Intently at authority she dared not gainsay, nnd blm. sat with bl arm on the back of The "Shure. the situation was that seat behind ber. I cudden't help It 1" be Ills heart swelled; be almost wished fleeing to the door with a smart cull some man would do something for In his ears. ringing which he could knock him down. He Hut he was to learn that there was a bad the primitive instincts of the tribal type of womanhood demanding more lover; ho wanted to show bis strength deferential approach. to the woman he desired, and tg have The first time be sow Alma was on a ber know that strength would nlvAys supply. I'rovUlon has been made for taking hot afternoon In August, when shc'hiid stand between her and danger. This feeling Increased ns time went care of tho sewage from the Institution just come down from Nova Scotia, and was feeling the atmosphere of the South on. and be taw more and more clearly bv what is known as the intcrraltent end oppressive. that Alma was unhappy at borne. Her Alteration and broad Irrigation system, Her mother, who kept n boarding which has by actual "experlenco bcem bouse, and had combined with that re- eyes were often red. Shecomplnlmsl of on being pressed con demonstrated as thoroughly successful, sponsibility (be care of n shiftless sec- headache, and boys wero tiresome." fessed that "the not only in institution work, but In ond husband and his two small bojs. One afternoon a strange man came sumo of tho principal cities of tho had written to Halifax that Alma was with the Ice. world. Broad irrigation of tho land Is needed. Alma was a slender, dark Tim llrannlgans hurt," be csiiecially suitable as a means of disIt appeared that Ilrannlgan bad been at n (Ire. and rushing out of poning of tbo sewage of this Institution, the burning tenement with a forgotten as there are no streams of suitable size 3:1 .;- baby, bad broken bis leg. He was in the for taking care of the diluent, and city hospital. farming being not only an aid to tbo The next day Alma dressed herself but supplying a institution Itself, with care In the blue gown Ilrannlgan healthful and instructive outdoor labor liked, and the Sundoy hat with Its soarfor tbo Inmates. Tbero is nothing ing plumes nnd outspreading ribbons, In tho work of caring for Irriand started for the hospital. gated areas or In tho use of vegetables When Ilrannlgan saw Alma enter the ward bin face was Irradiated with joy. thus fertilized, decomposition taking And jet, when she reached the bedside, place In the presence of sufficient oxy bo was lying very still, with closed eje gen to prevent all otTenslvo odors. As or, w Ith ej e that seemed to be closed. an extra precaution the efiluent from "Ah. an' Is It vou?" he asked, falntlv. will bo passed through the Institution ! feigning a languid awakening. "Tls coko filters, by which it Is possible to ' good of je to come, but I'm that wake" remove from Ut) to 03 per cent, of tbo I can scarcely take It in! r organic matter. O, but jou'll soon be better, Mr. As It is iroposslblo with tho present Ilrannlgan!" sho said, struggling not available appropriation to complete tho to cry. "Ah, an' do je think so?" he asked, institution, and It Is highly necessary feebly. that It should bo in operation at the Alma looked down at his splendid earliest possible date, plans havo been porportlons In perfect seriousness. prepared and contracts let by the "Do jou feel pain nnj where?" she Buard for tho Manual Training Buildasked, fearfully ing, Boiler House and three Cottages "I AM NOT THAT KIND." RAID ALMA. "Ahful. Just heret" said Ilrannlgan, and theso buildings aro now under conlaving a muscular band upon the cargirl, with a delicate complexion, diac region. struction. 'The firm of Clark tc Howard, haired slim, lad; like hands. Not a mutclo of her face changed, as of Lexington having tho contract for and Ilrannlgan. swinging In vlth his huge t ejes. A tho samo. tho work Is being pushed Ice block, took a swift, appreciative he saw through bis forward as rapidly ns possible. The look at her, dumped the lec In Its re- ripple of laughter patted over him, and institution will from tho time of tho ceptacle, and stopped on the return be bit bis lips under the long, And while be laughed, he completion of these buildings be in swing for conversation. could have fatlen at her feet she was "Tls a wnrmdaj!" complete working order In tho most so adorably Innocent I "Dreadful!" ald Alma, listlessly. essential features, and tbo labor of tho Alma taw nnd wholly inltlnterpreted didn't see jou before?" "I bojs taken care of can be made a source the tremor which shook blm. I've Just conic." "No. anxof profit In the construction of future "Ye'll not stay here! the old ladyi "Are jou cold?" she Inquired, buildings as well as a benefit in a man- can't kape nogjurl more than a week; iously. She knew that it was a bad ual training line to tho boys so engaged. sign to feel cold In serious illness. It Is expected that tho buildings now 'tis a boleofoplncel" daughter, from 'Troze out!" said Ilrannlgan, In a Tin Mrs. Ilrown's will be completed under construction choked voice, another and more violent ready for occupancy in tho early Halifax." i Ilrannlgan went nwny at that, sud- tremor convulsing him. winter. "Don't they give jou anjthlng for a it denly speechless. bo i:cnprd. line It He saw her nearly every day after, chill?" she asked. "They can't give mo nothln'," he "Your father, I think, was a literary but he did not seem to make much headman," remarked the passenger sitting way. A packet of chewing gum, which vvblspcred,",twouldn'tdonogoodl" on the end of the car seat, "1 knew him bad appeared to him a graceful attenPoor Alma began to crj". fahe did not pretty well, being somewhat In tbo tion suitable from any gentleman to know people never died of n broken samo line of work mj self." any lady, wns received with disappoint-- . leg; and with llrannlgan's joung strength and health It was Inexplicable. "Possibly, sir," stiflly replied the Ing coldness. pnssenger who was occupying two Hut, certainly, he was near bis end. "It's v cry kind of j ou," she said, "but Itccklcsa of observation, she bent her scats. "Literature with hlin, however, I never use it. Mrs. Dolby, where Hived was merely an avocation and not a vo- In face to bis and kissed him. Halifax, thought It vveis common." And then n strango thing happened, cation. Ho didn't have to follow It, ns II a month after hcr"ar-rlvn- l, One day about some people do. When be got tired of It Alma alone In tho for tho helpless sufferer revived, rehe found be laid down the pen." and marked with concern that turned ber farewell salute with inter"Laid down the pen, did he?" rejoined kitchen were red with crjlng. Now, est, and held the girl close In a clasp of her ejes the other. "I notice ke seems to havo Ilrannlgan had a man's philosophy re- astonishing vigor. "O, my! Mr. llrannlgnn, aren't jou let one of the bogs out." Chicago Tribgarding tears. And me une. "Aren't ye well at all?" be asked, asbamed? Alma. thinking jou that Ull" gaspcel SUe Gut It Hack. coming tip beside her. "I nlver told je thero was anjthlng "I'm all right!" said Alma, holding "I thought I heard something that sounded like a kits," remarked the her bend down, and plunging her thin wrong wld mo arm!" bo cried. "Au I was just sufferin' for a kiss, dearl lawyer, pointedly. little arms into a tub of soapsuds. "Yes," replied the lavvjer's daughter, The next moment she was startled Ye've nlv er let mo have one till uovvl (ho blusblngi "Mr. Ilrovvu actually bad the and scandalized by the clasp of au arm repaid himself for the deprivation). Ah, audaalty to steal a kiss from inc." about her waist, und tbo touch of n Alma, darlln', snj' je'll go td the priest vvid me when I'm out o' here! I've n "And then," continued the lawyer, "I brown mustache on her cheek. "Ah, cheer upl" whispered Ilrannl- tidy bit in the bank, an' nlver a soul heard something that sounded like kiss." gan, tenderly, "it don't stborin ivrry dependln' on me, an' I'd make jo so liappj j e'el not know j erself " "Very likely," she answered. "I re- dajl" g He became aware of the plevied tho one he took." Chicago Hestcpped back to avoid the expected of a inlddle-agee- l girl made no sort of demI'osL slaps but the onstration. She simply stood there with nurso ou the other side of the bed, and llulf. a white fucu and looked unutterable re- let Alma go. Then ho winked with glad the woman was furious. effrontery at the intruder. proach. I hate lur?" she shrieked. "Do I "Do "Tls all right!" ho assured her; Tactics of so novel a kind were dis I feci ns If hate, her? At this moment composing, llrannlgan's bronzed cheek "klstlii' ain't ogln tho rules whin It's a I could pass her bout without looking died out of bis man's own gjurl he's goln' to morrj-- is Into her front window to sec If she hud llamed, and the laugh it, now ? An' j e're goln' to marry mo eves. any new things In her parlor!" "Say. I'm mighty sorrj I" be mur- the inlnulo I'm out, aren't j p, Alma, mo 'it Anger with u woman is urrible, but dear?" 'I quickly spent, IIU n $20 bill. Detroit mured; "I nlver thought but je'd like Alma vv as torn with a variety of emoIII Iho gj urls mostly does. nn"tls no Journal. tions; but she loved Ilrannlgan. harm nt all." "Yes," she said. llostou Ulobe. To lie Trustril, Tin not that kind," said Alma, "Don't jou think the American mass- sternly. es can bo trusted to think out problems Man, The GouiNntiireil lliisltir "I'm mighty sorry," he repeated, and d meltings on the bend of the for themselves and arrive at sensible a Alma showed no signs of relenting, butlnets man. He does more conclusions?" went dejectedly to the door. "I here can't be any doubt of It," said "Twas sweet, what I got of it," he good than a niltslonarj'. So many the office holder, ''to Mr us the Amer- mused, "an' 'tis bad luck I'll get no business men are cross and unreason ican masse In iny own locullty are one has a more. She's not the kind, It's true for able that a 'llicy havtt been voting for mo ber." start that is very valuable. Atcblioa .r j ears." Washington Star. The next few times that be carried loo Globe. w fresh-color- plant, and the lines being thus careful! ly housed aro protected from tho action of tho weather and aro much more easily kept In repair. In all modern Institutions of tUs character tho department of physical culturo forms an Important factor In the educational work, and buildings for this especial purposo have been provided In this Institution. Tbcso build Ings will bo equipped with modern gymnasium apparatus a It is not Only a question of children receiving the oropcr amount of exercise, but it Is essential that this excrclia should bo directed In the right channels for the purpose of bringing about a proper equalization of tho physical forces. The heating and ventilating of each of tho buildings upon the ground Is to bo by what lnjknown as the blast system, a fan being located In the base ment of each of tho buildings of eu indent capacity to furnish at all times nn abundant supply of tempered fresh air. With this system the Impuro conditions of the atmosphere, so of'en met with In instltut'ons not prapoHy heated and ventilated, are done away with and tbero Is no danger that tho condition of the buildings will becomo cither unpleasant or unhcalthful. Two systems of water works have been provided for; hard water from deep wells for tiro protection, drinking and culinary purposes, it having developed that an abundant supplv of pure water is to bo found at a depth of 200 feet. In addition to this filters and cisterns havo been provided as shown on the plat for taklngjcarc of tho rain water from the cntlro Institution. This soft water will be used for bathing and laundry purposes and for thu boiler I rru DDAMir.ANc s sin urvnniunii w jUM courtship By ft. W. CkaBBlsf jwwvtaqwMqMOMawwNwajMawaig mtmmtmtmmmmtmmitmtmMm to the bouse he did not see Alma, and tvhen, be did, on the fourth day, ber manner was excessively dignified. Hut TJrannlgan was hard to snub. Instinctively, he reconstructed his too florid vocabulary, and altered some of his ways. aald to himself. "She's worth takin' trouble for," hs carried ice for the Ice company. lie was a goodly young fellow, standing six feet one In his stockings, with a countenance deeply bronzed by weather, out of which his wide blue ejc laughed unceasingly. Ills flannel shirt, open a little at the BIUNIOAN Ills gentle persistence bad Its reward, and after awhile they had become so far friends that Ilrannlgan hazarded a new departure. "Do you Iver go out Sunday avenlns?" he Inquired one fine Saturday. 1 do," Alma "Sunday afternoon amended. base of the strong, round throat, and his broad felt bat, indented with a vertical "Denver poke," gave him a cow-boeffect. He vaperfectly cognizant of this, and traded on It with the maids at the various houses on bis beat, beforo whom be swaggered not a little, dropping hints of n western past, strewn with Indian scalps. "And was you ever there, now, Mr. Ilrannlgan?" one of them once asked him, and he nnswercd, ambiguously: bow "Aw, an If I hadn't would I get the wownd on me crown?" "Whnt wownd on your crown? Go ( fil: JBrl NBrm-3B- half-shu- townj-mustacb- e. er severelj'-dls-approvin- good-nature- d. good-nature- d ijJStf" . ,- .- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tbcro Stanford, C. iltlon hit brother J. O. Stuart, has and Carpenter will attend to tho builncn hero. Corbln Newt. HArfBWSl Fl.vt: watch ropalrlnjr at Ilamllton'a. LOCAL ONLY CO engraver In town. Dalton. ( cause to John P. Jones' for decorations, "' httd I nogs, cto ' Ky., - June tco cold, 27, 1899 Mam aq Kit. tro Hamilton's In town. u. " Mirr.r,-..j.i- Is tho only jowclry 0. Walton, Business Soda Shanks, pure and Coal Oil Stores at Cost. Warron ft Nick lino of trunks, cheap. ticorgo ":... cheap at Geo. V, Parris'. II. ... t... - dumI ref resiling Water, at Penny's Drug Store II. Karris. Tin: beit materials combined with Chicken feed wheat for salo caro, skill and accuracy Insuro Rood remits. No other method aru over J. II. Iiaughman fc Co. used In our prescription work. Penny's i. We havo plenty of coal for threshDrugstore. . ers. J. II. naughman fcCo. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Street In Interior Jouhnai. building. chcan. The Interior JourTwIce-a-Wcek Poit IlENT. Store room on Main in . nal Is only tl that. a year cash. Hemomber . . Mr. Jamks GkntrV wont to Cincinnati Friday. Mrs. Katon loft yesterday (or a to CsmbrldRo, Pa. Miss Linda Owsi.r.V has returned from a visit to Danville. Oil. J. l l'KVTON has returned from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. John A. ALLKN continues qulto III of nervous prostration. Mrs. Job Skvkrance and tho baby joined her husband hero Saturduy. II. M. IlAI.LOU.of Lancaster, is qulto 111 at his father's, Kid. Joseph Ilallou. MR. J. P. IIOCKKK, of Junction City, was up to sco tils son, J. C. Hockcr. Mrs. Jamks Leb and her four sons aro visiting relative at Milan, Tcnn. Miss Stella McClarv Is visiting Miss Ida May Adams at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. M. II. Collins, of Memphis, Is with her sister, Mrs. 8. M. Owens. Uev. P W. ALLEN left yesterday to join his wife and children In Columbia, vls-It'- Mo. Miss Hertiia Morse ond J. Koy U. Hoo, of Hustonvllle, wcro hero Sunday. Mrs. John Is visiting her sister, Crutchflold. IIleiksoe UA1LEV, who has boon attending a law school, Is nt homo for thn vacation. C. Prick ntd H. o. Mesi)ames rice, of Danville, aro irucsts at Mr. f. K. Karris.' Mns. Thomas Metcalf ond chll- llrcn, of Wllmorc, tiro visiting Mr. and lrs T.J. Poster. Miss i:stili. Walker, n handsome Llondoof IUchmnnd, wastho guest of IMN Mrs. J. II. Stcckev, of Livingston, Hello Denny. i:li.aiiltii Cowan, of tho r.Vest Knd, tho oged mother of Mrs. J. IN. Moncfcc, Is very 111. MIS.SE8 ANNIE llRONAL'ail KNGI.E- roturncu MAN and Tovls Carpenter firom Richmond yesterday. Messrs. J. V. Cook, J. P. and J. b. Robinson go to Dripping Springs to day to Hnd a fow weeks. MRS. W. A. TRIIIULE will entertain Thursday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Mary Hall, of Maysvllle. Mu. S. W. Menekkk Is sending his vacation getting (Mints at tho Deaf and Dllnd institution at Colorado Springs. John P. Smiley, of Louisville, has invented what ho calls a Show Window Deludcr, which promises to make him Mrs. rich. Miss Mary Maynarh, of Tulloho-ma- , Tenn., spent n fow dajs with Mm. W. K. Smith at Mrs. A. A. McKIn-ney's. IU:V W. S. ORlNSTEAUarrivcd from Mllleraburg yesterday and will preach Thursday wj. tho sMethodlst church night. HORN to tho wlfoof Will W. Whlto, tho c'jvcr merchant nt Lytic, a boy. Ho has about decided to name him Goobol. Miss Clara Merbhon l back ut her iol. in J. P. Jones'. Miss Ella May Saunders, of that store, Is suttcrlng w'th rheumatism. nu. and. Mrs. W. S. Deazley, Mrs. Mi.drcd Ileazloy and Mr. SuBan An- -' rson, of Lancaster, spent Sunday 'h relatives hero. HANCELLOR L. II. ULANTON, of c ntral University, was hero yesterday returning from Campbollsvlllo, whero ho preached Sunday. MRS. J. S. Owsley will entertain evening in honor of Miss h .zbetb Pickett, of Shelby, andMIko 0 .sloy, of this placo. Mrs. Mary McKke, of Danville, r, by her Mary McKoo Chcok, spent Bovoral dayB with Mrs. II. C Warron. town early John Lunbford was-jlSuuday to havo his arm attended to by Dr. O'Uannon. It was swollon to double Its slzo. Ho thtnks u spider bit blm. Misses Joseimiine and Mary Ueid spontsoveral days with Miss Linda Miller. Danvlllo should bo very proud of tho theso boautles that Lincoln gave bor. Mrs. K. P. OWSLEY and Miss Mattlo TTavi. tho latter crown almost to bo a young lady, aro up from Columbus.Ga ,0 spend tho summor with Mrs. M. C grand-daughten As the time gets shorter, tho stock lower, tho prices get smaller. Hackot LOOK-OCfor mid lummor bargains, Store. Seo noxt ad. Scverancu fc Son. Wk carry tho lire risk on all stored Disc wheat drills, newest patterns wheat and load It on cars frco of of tho Empire at Hcazlcy ft Carter's. charge Should you not sell, bring It Cottaoe on East Main street next to to us. J. II. Uaughman tc Co. my reiidcnco for rent. Geo. II. Wearon. IN connccllou with my building nnd Wr. will stora jour wheat cheaper loan nvestment business, I havo added than you can hnndlo It nt homo. J. II. real etato and will bo glad to wait on thoso who want to buy or sell property. IJaughman & Co. Call on mo. J. C. Hemphill, Laucas-to- r, Coverings nro being put on tho sew Ky. ers across Main Street, not a moment The Kentucky Chautauqua wlllcolo-bral- o before tboy wcro needed. tho 4th of July with lectures by TiMiiEit Land Wanted. Any ono Congressmen Champ Clark, of MissouHUSTONVILLE. having tlmbor or timber lund for salo ri, and J. P. Dolllvcr, of Iowa. Tho will hear of a purchaser by consulting famous Artel Lady Sextette and other Mrs. T. J. Robinson lost a valuablo A C. Sine, Stanford, Ky. famous musical organizations will mako Jcraoy milk cow last week. Tho "Rough Riders" of your city Tin: tax books aru now ready and tnolodv for tho occasion. All railroads will play ball hero this week. your toxus aro due. Mako it a point to glvo reduced rates. como prepared to pay at July court ns Hail. After a long Illness of stom-a- rh is Mrs. Pay E. Hagcn, of Florence, Ala., visiting Miss Mattlo Dinwiddle my tlmo is limited. Sam M. Owens, troublo Mrs. Mcllcclo Hall Sheriff. the summons to her reward at Misses MnybelloDrye and Holen Hock Tho end camo or have returned from a pleasant visit IN the absence of Judge Saulloy, Mr. midnight Saturday. and reclining on the breast to Mrs. II. W. Dryo at Lebanon. Mrs P. M. Mcllobcrts was elected stwclal H. II. Hughes and children, of Louis judge yesterday, but ns thcro wore no of Him Whom shohadjloved and served ville, aro visiting Mrs. I. P. Steele so long, she breathed .icr life out ns jury cocs set for the day, jurors wero Miss ithcrspoon, of Talmagc, Is sweetly and ns painlessly as a llttla discharged till today. falling asleep. Deceased was visiting hor sister, Mrs. John W, Court met again this morning and child born in Pulaski and was in her G9th Dryc. Miss Bertha Morso has return adjourned till tomorrow. vpar. Sho mnrrlnrl ihn Inln .Tnhn M . ed from an extended visit In Qulney Miss Llzzlo Thomp- Ol'ENlNO HOI' Manager Gus Hoff-ma- n Hall, her second cousin, Jnn 30th, 1815, '"nd Vnncobu',ir of Lancaster, Is visiting Miss Mat write us that tho 0cnlng hop at anu 10 nis ueatii, nearly threo years Crab Orchard Springs will occur next ago, a happier and better matched pair tip Powell. Mrs. Adolla Woods Is Prlday evening, 30th, and extends In no or took tho matrimonial bonds convalescent after a sevcro attack of vllatlon to all tho joung copto to bo Ten children wcro born to them, threo nervous prostration. Tho dedication services of tho Wilof whom nro dead, tho survivors being present. , . low Grovo Chrlstean church wero held Io Mosdamcs Wood Hall, Salllo Lynn, Morris Pred has bought of J. P. Sua Carpenter, Rhoda Waters and Sunday. Rev. Gllllm. of Lexington, Davis, a house and lot In tho lower end Kate Spink, W. A. und R. G. Hall and proached In tho morning, nnd tho of town for $700. Ho says ho will sottlo all were present when tho dickering dedicatory sermon was preached by down thoro for good nnd hopes to find light wcot out of as good a mother as Rev. B. J. Plnkcrton. Tho crowd was good and clover neighbors, whom ho children wero over blessed with. Sho Immense and was fed by tho very best will try to discount in cleverness. was a member of tho Baptist church prepared food and it was thcro In abundance This church was built by IlATS. An old bouse on George W. nearly alt her life and she not only professed but practiced her religion. tbut Immediate neighborhood and HIITe's farm, In tho West End, was torn much credit is duo the ones who havo down tho other day and In two hours Everybody speaks of her In highest worked so earnestly for tho cause. It a pair of T. L. Carpcntor's rat terriers pralso and those who knew her best a better woman never lived. Is oxompt from debt now and the house caught rats and It wasn't a flrst- - Bay that At her lato residence Sunday afternoon Is certainly a very comfortable ono. class day for rat killing either. a largo crowd gathered to hear Rev. J. Tho principal workers havo been John Picnic To help raise funds to com- U. Crouch preach a short sermon and B. Dinwiddle, Jr., O.K. McCluro and plete their school building, tho Stan- then tho remains wcro followed to their J. J. Durham. ford Public School, colored, will glvo a last resting placo by a long cortege of The Pulaski U session picnic In Vandevcer's woods July 14, at sorrowing relatives and friends and with tho Colycr circuit court the In most m murder case which music, baso ball, speaking etc., laid bcsldo thoso of the husband with partant ono on the docket. He kilted Jail will bo enjoyed, tho wbolo closing at whom sho lived nearly 52 years and Catron and at tho trial last December the night with a hop and banquet. Dr. W. with whom sho is again happy in Jury hung. D. Tardlf Is at tho head of tho effort to heaven. Jessie Porter, a chambermaid at tbo ralso funds. Palmer Houso, Chicago, was shot and fatally wounded by n man supposed to The following Is the houses of Reform. On pages 3 4th of July colobration,program for tho bo Wlllium G. Prcuitt, who killed which prom and 4 we present cuts of tho buildings himself or tho notices of Reform as they will ises to bo a big thing: A. C. Robinson, of tho Gilberts Ftrrvt procpNflon nt 10 . XI. apear when completed, together with Munlc by tmml. Creek section says his wheat is light asKoieu prepared oy tno competent Italloon ascension. only about CO per cent, of a crop. Alex architects, Messrs Richards, McCarty Music by choir. Traylor, of amo neighborhood reports aud Uulford of Columbus, O. Tho ManRondlngof Declaration of Independence hardly a half crop. ual training building Is ncarlng com- by Minn ftisln llurcli. Music. pletion und 200 bojs can thon bo proFinely Located Brick Eesiieacs In Hcntl Ppfcch by J. U. Rush. vided for, and miula to assist In preparcello, Eestucky, with 57 acres of S I". M. ing materials for tha other buildings. Land veil Improved f:r Sale. Music by band. Illcyclo race. HusTONViLi.E Pair. Tho date of the John Chris- Th sboTS rrl"IJr I known Muilc by choir. man puce ana it occuiimi dpw uy iuuu vney tho Hustonvlllo fair, which will bo of Th hcitiM ifliitilDi 8 ruoin. floe veil at kitchen Ilalloon ascension. ficered exclusively by young men, Is Uoor, a KMid orchard s new icehoue, sn4 all PiefChes. uuttiulMlnxs A new turn, fencinii In good Wednesday, Thursday and Prlday, JuFack race. reiiranuine lanuina Koouuaieoi ciiimaiiuu. Aa we luva met with a crrat loss It tire recently ly ?), 27 and 23. At a meeting hold Music by band, we want to wll tbla roerty aud any one who wama It wouiu no wcu 10 write to yesterday tho following olllcors woro llarrcl race. JAMES McKECIINIK, llayciTllle, O elected: James P. Harper, president; Mmlc by choir, We ali hare for aale a buttne4 rumu. brick. corner of tho puMlo A. I). C. Dlnwlddto and Jones Haugh-mn- n, lllcycle race. lit 18x111 fret In the r iuuare In Jlontlcello,, Ky , aou occupied uy jic- W. D. Hockor, Music by band. andfpnl. Title la aa good attaud ua there lain Foot race, Secretary, and J. II. Hocker, treasurMonlUf llo for buslneu. r'or particulars and terms Ilarrel race. er. Tho dlrectry Includes tho most audreaatne auove. 8 I', u. prominent ioung men of tho West Knd Fire works. and a splendid exhibition Is promised. WCorae Kverybody . ms m m m m tcd S0-o- allogcd botrayal, was wwisviiio. inoy Dovor ethcr. A W. Hopper, a prominent mcr- chant of Uarbourvlllo, and Mrs. Otlo Kvery pnrchsater of ll's worth of goods gets a chance on n Fine C. Catron, a baodsomo widow of that Place, were married at Mr. T. J. homo InCrab Orchard at 10 o clock this morning. Tho brldo Is a nlcco of Mr. Culton. They left on tho Gness on the number of Seed in a Gourd. The nearest guesi gets the prize. noon train for Cincinnati and other prices this wrek on Laco Curtains, Carpets and Mailings. Kcniembcr I handle Douglas Shoes; the best on earth for points. in 1onel''m 01J ,,'ou,,, ece my nnw Oxfords. Atljustlble insteps In Clair Campbell's noto of apology to mack and Tan. I am after your trado with the best goods at the Lownis latbcr for running awny to get marest prices ried without his consent, was condid if not logical: "I wanted to toll you of my Intentions nnd ought to havo dono so, but I fenred you w,ou!d say, watt a month or two, and a feller In love, as I am, Just can't do that." Progressive Homo Journal. Six of tho twenty-si- x wives of Brig-haYountf eelobrnted his birthday at Salt Lako City Juno 1. Ton of tho widows nro still living, but four wero kept awny from tho celebration by Ill This is now the most up Gallery in Central Kcntiinkr. 'invlnt. Wn ro. ness or distance. An Immense banquet ccntly equipped with the marvelous AnaMlgtnat Lenses; tho new discovery In optical was one fenturo of tho festhnl on tho science I wish to sny to tho Ladies that 03th annlvcisary of Drlgbam Young's birth. Over threo hundred descendants of tho mormon leader sat at tho Just received a large stock of tho very table. " ofan " 1,Tcd GIVBN AWAY aSr-Specl- al I Drop Heafl Sewing inaoliine Free JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. te THESE LENSES FLATTER. latest Designs "Fleur-De-Lis- r) JWouldigs Patterns never sold In this locality boforo -- have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborato pointings. Among tho lot Is tho New French " mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. quire a dainty frame. When In Danville, call and bco us and get our prices. Wo will gave you money. 124 Third Street Opposito Post Office, Danville, Ky. . GRAND CELEBRATION To be given at Stanford July 4th will bring an immense crowd. Our Store is centrally located just in front of the e and you are cordially invited to come and view the court-hous- Street Parade,Races,&c From our place and make yourselves at home in our house. We will have all tho FANS AND ICE WATER Required to keep you cool. Our stock of DRYGOODS.NOTIONS.SHOES Are the best ever brought to Stanford, and prices as low as was ever named on similar goods. We will offer Special : Inducements Remember wo pay highest Throughout the different departments for this occasion. market price for eggs. JOHN P. JONES. I U I s Administrator's Sale. nurnsIdoatthoMyors House. 0. 0. Keller did a big day's work I this otllco yesterday. Ho sot throo ys ol this bruvlor and ran off 5,000 do lslt blanks on a treauio ircs-u, , iiiO. Ho Is tho fastest typo setter In Kentucky. MRS. K. C. Pord, Who spent last wook In Lonlsvlllo with hor husband, who Is acuudldato for treasurer, iascd up to her homo at Mlddlesboro Sunday sl ng in lino spjrlu ovor her bus1' prospects for nomination. ;LDam Stuart and wife will leave felllco tho Urst of next month, iro they will remain for u couplo of mouths. Holdum will assume tho po. Intcrior Journal oMco was a The meetings at the e Sunday busy ono Saturday. E. C. Walton was were well attended. Thero wero three serIn Louisvlllo at the convention firing vices. About 50 persons were present at specials at us every fow minutes, send the Illble school aud four large clatte wero ing during tho day about 1,000 words formed. One confection at morning meetPeople couldn't wait till thodlspatcbcs ing and ono In afternoon, making II who woro Ksted to hear tho news, so they havo taken their stand on tho Rlblo and crowded into tho otllce, whllo ovory that alono. The meetings continue this tolephono otllco from Mt. Vernon to week. A special Interest Is asked In tho subject of Christian Unity. 'Come now and Hustonvlllo and from Lancaster to let us reason together." the "lias1 Klngsylllo wero begging for tho latest, U of Unity" will bo declared and Friday which wo gavo thorn as fast as possible. night a plea will bo made for all to unite. It costs us money and a good deal of It to glvo tho now to our patrons whllo MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, It is hot, but if tboy apprcclato it wo Mrs. James Pendleton, of Owonsboro, uro ButtsQcd to spond and bo spent for has sued for dl voice, charging cruolty, thorn. s after living with her husband a quarter THE entertainment, Prlday ovontng, of a contury. given by Mrs. Edwin P. Morltz In Mr. N. R. Bright, of Mt. Sterling, honor of Miss Mallnda IC. Millor, at who accidentally shot himself, was to Mr. M. P. Elkln, was a most delightful havo been married tomorrow to Miss and enjoyable affair. Mrs. Morltz was Bettio Owlngs, a lovoly young lady, assisted in receiving by Misses Miller who Is prostrated with grief. and Pearl Hurnsldo, Q. A. MoRoberts Mis Genevievo Parley, who became and Jack Rout, whllo Mis Burnsldo, famous as tho daughter of tho Pourth Miss Suo Rout and Dr. A. S. Price en- Kentucky regiment of volunteers, was tertained In u most satisfactory man- married at Mobile, Ala., to Chas, E. ner. Some 30 or 40 couples woro pres- Hoard, a journalist of Now Orleans. ent and tbo yard and parlor woro both A Harvard freshman was to bo best pressed Into service Delightful re- man at a wedding, but tho day of tho freshments consisting of frappe, Ices ceremony bo run away with tbo girl and cako wero served at tho proper unu luarricu nor iiimseu. no isn't so hour and so pleasant was tho entertain-inon- t fresh apparently as bis uamo indicated in its entirety that tbo wuo ima' Mr. L. Freeman Little, whoso hus hours arrived before tbo guests could band was forced to marry her by hor get their consent to depart. brother, tho Messrs. McDowell, bo- Tin: court-hous- As administrator of the estate of William Gooch, deceased, we will on Wednesday, July xa, '99, SUMMER SUITS, SUMMER COATS & VESTS SUMMER UNDERWEAR, SUMMER SHIRTS. Gentlemen, if you are looking for comforta- Clothing come to us and get them at zero prices. S.etaE,?.AAf,Ci5, ft At tho lata residence of decedent on Dlx ltlver In Lincoln county, Ky.. about 0 miles Kast of Stanford, sell nt public auction to the highest bidder this pcrkonal property of tho estate, 10 win IS milk cows. One bull. cattlo, 0 DjearllnR cattle, JO yearling heifers, 4 head of horses and mares, T sow and a lot of shouts, 2? feeding hogs, 21 ewes aud one buck, Two-)caro- SOVS. smmmsmmmmPtmsmmmmmsmi & of corn In crib. Implements, household and kitchen furniture, 2 Copper Stills And Worms And 10 Mash Tubs. Tkhms. A credit of four months ou noto good security with lutcrcst from dato with and payable In bank. No propel ty to bo removed uutll tho terms of alu ato complied with. 21 lambs. About 100 barrels A lot of farming llrrni: W Ooocii, I.IIJIUHN Uoocii, W. O. Ooocii. aajVfalHE a V iW I Vi A 2 Administrators. wl mm hw CONSIGN YOUH STOCK TO & rlsf iiiii 'fcBhisi' Mfl ''issHLW .sMBUyJFT BIjMTisiMssMsiiilsf lstfWBsBlii h M cone, Live Stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington Ky., or Union Stock Yards, ','lucluuntl. O, When shipping East bill our care privilege welling Central Covington Stock Yards, Wo will make It to jour advantage and elvu your stock our personal attention. 2l3m HIGGINS & McKINNEY. I" . & THEINTERIOR JOURNAL reVbllaOa.etd.'X'ta.aadet.y'a own. JTarldeve-tmNMRKMrUCirHrWHNMfMMr!! s 4 resumed his own seat and looked at her. "What amount did you vsh to borrow, ma'am?" sold Mr. Johnson. GOOD FARM FOR Located near Turni-rarlllo SALL. FARM FOR SALE Oil TRADE. Cplendld farm of2W acre In Soiilliea.t Kanaaj . ZOnille from the Ml.irl line Well 1 s!! ftlle- -. gcxM farming country, tbltaly on ea.r lerma nr trade for fan .In I enlral Ken a n V" dlHerenee In turkT: Can pey l, Xy , Stanford. Addrce Uos trade. ; i I AT For Nothing Per Cent. KCKauttaciuurwVQti boute In which Mr. William TUB carried on the butlneaaot aV When not M ptld S3.03 will charged. money lender nnd flnanclnl agent was In no way different from those surrounding It care that the downstair front window bore the legend "Loan Oillce" In large black letters on a white time ground. A quiet, orderly, middle-age- d man waa Mr. Johnson, and people who KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. met him in the street and did not know him would hare taken him for anything No. 5 Arrrircaat Stanford at I'M . 2.10 A.M. Stanford at No. 4 rather than a man who put out hla DAT. Ho. Jl Arrive. t liowland at money to usury. , 2:80 P. . Stanford l Ho.tt Certainly there, was nothing- of the knoxvilTe dTvisioh. Shylock about him as he sat one spring morning in his dingy ofllce over a 1J 02 p m account book. He was a tall, 1(0. 34 Train going North ...- -.. . 2 41 1 m " " " Ho.! man, with a pale " South....... .1J 35 k in ppare, loosely-bui- lt 0.23 " W3ipDi face and a thin, atraggllng crop of ... O.M " For alllPolnta. beard and whiskers that always looked aa if it bad grown in patches. Usually, E010H TICKKTS SOLO. II.UHIAOK CHECKED TI1K0U0H. when he was not talking to his clients, For any Information enquire of he carried a quill pen In his mouth; there was something in this habit that JOE S. niCK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. cave him the appearance ot an ab stracted poodle carrying a stick. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Mr. Johnson was deeply engrossed in the consideration of a certain entry in 7 A.M. P. W Frankfort Tr.ln.1.a Georgetown atwith Q. Aand SMI) reach-ta- g hi account book when the door ot the enneetlng it Farta t 8:40 A. . and 3:10 r. M. Leave I'arli loan office opened very suddenly and n atS:13A. x anu o:wj p. x , ronneciina at et the bell ringing with sharp diswith Q. AC. end reaching Frankfort at VMS A. f. anil 7 lA p. X. sonance. Ho heard a light step in the R. NEWTON. A. o. r. a. JOSEH1 little lobby, which was partitioned off from the rest of the room. For n. moQUEEN & CRESCENT. ment ha did not anawer the summons of Trains pa Junction City aa follow: the bell it was never wise to be in too HO. 1 South ..1J 02 p m No. 2 North......4 11 p m much haste to welcome callers. But " " .3 48 am Ho. I " .ll 50 m " 134 pm presently he rose and opened the door, " Ho. 5 " ......1123am SOOam .. 8Mpm "10 " " Ho. the quill pen still retaining its horiNo. 1 and 2 do not atop. 9 and JO run no fur- zontal position in his mouth. He lifted ther than Junction City. his eyes carelessly from tho little swing counter to the person who stood behind It, Ho 'was sot easily surprised, for he had seen many strange things in his time, but what he now saw surprised him into a vague, uncomfortable silence. Behind the little counter stood a young lady nay a girl of somo 18 or 1 $1 PER YEAR CASH Thimbu "Oh oh well, 80." "Xow " said Mr. Joluison. "I suppose you could furnish good security?" ir an much-thumb- c.ewcge-low- RoVal Made from pure cream of tartar. Baking Powder Safeguards the food against alum Alum taking powdm are the greatest gaenacm to health of the present day. aotiu. samno, sowota eo., ncw mm. rates are In effect from all Isn't that it?" points on tho Queen fi Crescent Homo. "To approred borrowers yes," an- Dates or talo July 2, a and Uh. Ask swered Mr. Johnson. your agent for full particulars. "Oh!" said the clrl. "Ohl Then Y. V. S. C. K., Detroit, Mich., July you" Low rates via Queen k Cres"We don't lend money without security," said Mr. Johnson. "Of course, cent Houto. Dates of sale July .Id to if we know the party, and know that Cth. Only ono chaniro of car to Do- its nil right nnd safe, why, of course, ! trolt. Liberal return limits. in that case" Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, "I sec," said the girl. Yes of ' Juno '1' to July fl. Low round trip rates course, you don't know anything about via tho Queen & Crescent Route from me. How silly of mcl I thought ono all points In Kentucky, good until July had Just to come and get the money Oth returning. Ask ticket agent for and sign a paper or something." The girl looked up from her parasol, particulars. with which she had been tracing Imaginary patterns on the floor. When You Need "Perhaps I'd better tell yoti nil about i our IliifRV or wacrtii llcimlreil it," she said. Of course, you won't tell twiir In mind I can dn It Rood and anybody, will you?" do tt cheap. "iS'crcr dlrulge professional secrets," Docs Your Horse said Mr. Johnson. Need Flinelng? If hi lirlnr; lilm to "Well, I wnnt to liorrow 20 to buy a me. Msterlnl list ndvanccd but I bicycle. Therel" said the girl, with a will shoe Mm for 60c decisive tap of the parasol upon the floor. "You sec, 1'te spent every penny J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. of my quarter's allowance, and there's still a month before 1'te any more duo and I simply must have that bicycle, and I looked out nil the advertisements Vlint about money, and I saw yours and so I You take rour In Wm.nnd Corn to MorrU Uaughertr's aliop Fred' Fjcchnnfro came to you." In Munroru and get In ctcimniro t lour aim f, "Might I Inquire what name, ina'nm?" Meul. You can slo buy Flour, Meal, limn, Clilclcn Frrd. Ac cheaper at said Mr. Johnson. my place than anv where In town. A trial "Oh, I'm Miss Lattlmer of course. Is exchange will bo all I ask. I believe you know my father Mr. Robert Lat- a good thing for farmerinvand I plcdgo llbcr-transaction nnd fall weight. Sly cood tlmer?" "Crtulnly," replied Mr. Johnson, come from Dudderar's Dlx Itlver Itollor MOKU1S FltF.t). more astonished than crcr. "l'rc no .MIIU nnd nru Nu. oil. Telephone doubt that he'd buy you a bicycle now." "Xo, he won't. He thinks 200 n year quite enough for a girl to spend. Covington Xo, I shall have to buy my own blc.t cle." Mr. Johnson took the quill out of his mouth and scratched his head with the feathered. end of It. "I'm afraid jour father wouldn't ma'am ," he began. Covington, Ky., "Oh, he's not to know, you know. This Is a little deal just between ou Are located Mjna to offer Special Induceand me, After all. it's not getting ment to the shipper Siuthof tbeOlilo Itlvthings on credit. Is it? Because the er In aavlng Hum eitra rwii and time. money will really be mine when jou'te In addition to the locnl buyers there will I lentil tome, won't It?" Buy & "Ye-es,- " answered Mr. Johnson. round-trip lend money on borrower's notoot hand tilone I think Hint's how It's put. Isn't it? and no Inquiries, and no securities "I thought that jou it says In yonr advertisement, you know, that you Queen & crescent Fot'rmi ROUTE Jt'LY Hates. OK nnd coutalnlr.g DO Acrm. Known aa the Krurgcr placo, IU on It two good dwelling., la well writer-e- d, under goocl fence and tlio land I In a high state tif cultlMlon, Will .ell private. M. UWF.N9, Atir.iT. (30) ly. Low Prttty Home For Sale. R. A. Tlio Conk prnpertv at llti.tottrllle l for sale prlvnlrfy. The dwelling I. a commodious frnnir, building of 10 I noma, In reaaonabty good repair, while tlio lot con-tnl10 acrea of splendid land, Tlio outbuildings are good and there I convenient No. 1 rlatern. Tlicm U no to tho residence a prettier nr more convenient bor Kentucky and a Utgaln can bei bad In It II. Cook. t or turtiior panic lluatonvllle, or ) II. UtH)ier, PUnford. IU laolTcr-e- JONES, DENTIST, Stanford, AAITJU Ky. W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., J. S. MURPHY, Agent for the Lniicnstcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vltalltrd Air. 1 Walter A. Wood Machlno Co., Andalanageat for the I'hvalclan In attendance. Office In the New Thompson llulldlng. 78 K Lowry Grass Winding Twlnt go aa far DR. W. L. LOADER, PHYSICIAN AND DUUOCH8T, handle cheep and eftecllve bind, f wurlh of which will aillS worth of the regular kind. I alao UAcntttf IJ sumiEs aiid ncrAias. 1 MoKlNNltY, rreacrltitlon - KENTUCKY, .Night. Call on me and will mi. you money J. ft. Ml'Iirit V, Tumemllle, Ky Carefully Communded Dav or Just Like a Mill. Hhlp-atuf- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Hore and Mule conatantly for aale at all time. on band and B. G. FOX, J. T. BUTTON, UndortnUor, Htutonville, p.,Mio.r. tan..r. Kentucky OBenblaaertlceeto thvople efWe.1 IJteolJ and Caaev countlM. ullalock otCoSni and Leak. eualwayaon hand. II ri S nl A. 8. PRICE, Surg eon Dentist, Mason Hotel MKS. U. D. 8IMI-SON- , l'ror.. llnt-cln- CjincnHtcr, , Newly furnished ; i in Kentucky. l'ortets bV Central Stanford, Ky, Omowe Utltoiwrte' llulldlng Drug Store In the Ow.l.y clean beds; splcudsd first-clas- s, able. Errtythlng meet all trains Stock Yards, te, TO THE FARMERS ! LIFE 5c Alt nation are learnlug thla leou H "Ye-es.- " Tho Mm Mu !nTestmeni Company, Of Lexington, Ky. Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Wo Paj While Yea LlTe. Old Lire Companies Pay When Ton Die. "WHAT AMOUNT DO TOU WISH TO upiuiowr' I.OT71SVrLI3 TO 19 years, fashionably dressed, evidently Over 1150,000 paid In living benenta. of good position nnd palpablercflne-men- t. Orcr M,000 IUrre and Surplu Her pretty, fresh face, revealing II IINKS WEAItEX, local Agent,, to Mr. Johnson's astonished eyes ILV li .. . SMITH'llO manioru, 5i" Itself Lexington, Kjr. from beneath tho ravishments ot a much beflowcred picture hat, seemed strangely out of keeping with tho dingy color of the little lobby. "Oh er ye are Mr. William Johnson?" she said. "Yes," answered Mr. Johnson. "You er, you lend money, don't you?" "Yes," said Mr. Johnson again. "I I want to borrow some money," she said, looking out of eyes at the money lender. Mr. Johnson's first impulse was to stretch out his hand for one of the application forms which stood ready in a small box on the counter. But upon reflection ho lifted the swinging shelf and asked his new client to step inside. When she had passed into the ofllce he closed the door and joined her and from sheer force of habit he restored the quill pen to his mouth. The girl saw the resemblance to the abstracted poodle, and a smile rippled orcr her e)) CAM uMrou tfoaam juix (fa face. Mr. Johnson did not observe It; he indicated a chair at the side of his Tlic Favorite Line desk and when the girl had taken it he half-averte- d DKAI'NlJiS CANNOT III. ClltEH by There 1 only one way to cure deafima and that la by cunalltullonal muscle licatuefca la cauaed by au Inflamed condition Trains Morning and Kvening from Un- of the I mim.iu lining of tliu l.uatathlau lull). When lilt lubeit't liillaiunl you hate a nihil, ling ion Station, 10th and Hroailway. aouud or uurfiHt hvailiif, and when It la rullrely ruit,and Ullltaa the lultaui-uiutlucan (in taleu out and thla tube reatored Passenger desiring information and to Ita normal condition, hearing will be destroyed rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, ftubratka foreren nine taia out often arecauaod by catarrh, ami points in tlio far Went, Including whlrli It nothing but au Inflamed cuudlllou of the should nddrvMt iiuooua aiirface. We will give One Hundred Dollar (oranyraae of lieafueu (auwd by catarrh' that cannot lie Frapk J. Heed, (ln. Pass. Agt , be cured by Hall'a Catarrh Cure, bend for tlrcu-lar- a free l J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O. K. II. Bacon, Din. Pass. Agl. CHICAGO. loot application, aatlieycanuol lajrtloii of the ear. reach thodia-eae- d W.II. McDoel, Charles Vico-Prea.i- 11. Gen. Mgr. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. rjold by Urugglata, 7.V. Haifa 1'aiully 1111 are the Uat. Southern Railway the SODTH'S GRESTEST l'F.NETHATF.6 l'ollco Judgu Rlluy, of Lexington, ruled that tho word "uuuin" U not profanity atid dlatnUaod a man iu ills court. Thin Is tho baruu judi;o who dccldod that a man has a right to whip Ilia wlfa when she persisted la etaylng on tho SYSTEM. street ut night. "That's all right, then!" sold Miss Lnttlmcr, triumphantly. "WeJI, hare I got to sign any papers or any thltig, Mr. Johnson?" "It is usual to make Inquiries before completing." Oh, but I re no time for inquiries!" exclaimed Miss Lattlmer. "I've got to meet a friend at the cycle agent's in an. hour. Oh look here, I'll leave you my card, Mr. Johnson, in case you want my address." Mr. Johnson looked at the piece of pasteboard and then at Miss Lattlmer. Something Impelled him to rise and unlock a safe, which stood In a corner of the ofllce. He fumbled about and Anald ly produced four notes, tittv from the Bank of Kngland. "Well, ma'am," said Mr, Johnson, "it isn't my usual way of doing business, but " and there he paused, utterly unable to explain matters to himself. "When did you say jou could pay It back, ma'am?" "Oh, on the first of July." replied Miss Lattlmer. "That's scarcely n month, is It?" "Then I may expect to see you on the first of July, ma'am," said Mr. Johnson, laying down the notes. "Certainly jou may!" exclaimed Miss Lattlmer, delightedly. "Thanks, aw fully!" She stulfed the notes into a purse and smiled nt Mr. Johnson with all tho Innocent pleasure of a child who has got what it wants. "But we haven't arranged anything haven't I to sign a paper or any thing? "I think," said Mr. Johnson, slowly, "that we'll leare that oter until you pay the money, ma'um. I'll only charge you reabonnbleintcrest fnrsticlin short loan. Ofcuiirse.mn'cint jou'Ilnot mention this little trunsuction to atiyboilj ," he added, anxiously. "We aiwajs Keep these matters qultt tery quiet." "Oh, to lie sun!" luuglieil the girl. "Well, thanks. Mr Johnson, nnd good- by you'll sec me on the llrM of .Itilj duml certain, you l.iiow." On the flrst of July Mr. luliniou m: in his ofllce in n statu of nervous expectancy; but the ncnousnesa tht'inouey which w us due from Miss l.a It liner. All the morning he waited and all the iifirrr on unci still she came not. And then as drew near the postman brought a letter and Mr. Johnson opened It and drew out 20 Iu notes nnd one pound in gold and a note that smelted lite-poungold-mounthnuVfioth-lllgtudowllh cu-ninreg-Istdr- Eastern Foreign ers on the Market .OOIIDEiTa? INSURANCE. OHborne Fnrm Succeed Iniplc-incnt- For all klnia of stock. When shipping East don't fnll to conalxn our care privilege fell ing which will be of beiicDl to jou. CENTltAL COVINGTON STOCK VAItl) CO. Comulaalon firm will clve prompt atten 7l-3- Only the best companies represented. U Inquiries solicited. R. II. MAUONY, Agt., Stanford. tion to consignment. Where otbera full; mct r.eclally our Hinders and Mower. Tbrlr iwrfectfon I. cred lied to twlng built of tho be.t material that money can bur. Alillng fitted wllb the ouly perfect ItbLLKK IIKAUINUri In ulat-encMurlng at all time llghteat draft and atway longelllfe. A foil line of repair new See our Hay Tedders. Somellilug tmaaeciton. FUANIC HOLTZCLAW, Stanford, Ky e. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Seamstress. Plain and Fashionable Sowing. Cutting and Water Work st, Fitting a Specialty Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Stock, 1100,000. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., rawsm CY7 fsaslHsi' Sucreaaor to The Farmer Bank A True! Company and under Mine management continuously for TJ Years. Solioits Your Bank Aocount, DIltECTOItS la Receiving hln Spring & Huiiiutcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Hoping auch iHitlnau relation will prot. mutually tieu.ttclal and pleaaaut. William. J.J.J.S.(iw.ler, Sr., William (iuKb, A. W. Carpvnler, W, 11. t;uiuiulca, J. i:. I.ynn. b. II. .shank. J. F. Caih, OFFICE 113: J. R Dealer. j.C.JyJcCijAy JL PAINT Is to the Houso what S. II. Shanka. l'realdeut; J.ll.Owalcy.t'aahler; V. M. Height, Aaat. Caahlcr. ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUD, KY. s CLOTHING Paints, Leads And Oils. t nine to&ce Us CsplUl Stsck $100,000. Surphi, 117.320 Is to the Mnti. A cont of nlru l'alnt will add ii much to tl.n appeitnirire of, your poalt lUnk of htanfurd In ISM, then reorganlied aa ihcelllng as n New Suit nlll add to yours. the National Dank of Stanford In Mi aud again Wu hull the Itrnt iiritnila of reorganlied a the Flrat National Hank ot Stanford la ISSi, bu had practically an uninterrupted II yewcra. It la heller upplleI now will etlat-cucef- Thla Inatltutlon originally eatabllihed aa the Do And Dealer in Penny's Drug Store. lacllltle for trauaacllng lualnea promptly and lib erally than ever before In Ita long and honorable career. Ateouut ol Individual, nductarlea,llrm acd Individual solicited. DIMSCTOB. Fi 2ABXTSSS, SADDLEIIY, &0. STANFOKD. KY. lUld, Uncolu Co.; J, B. V. Hayden, Stanford H.T. Ilarrl. " II. lUugbuian, J.S. Hockcr, T.P. Hill, W.l Walton " W. A. Trlbble, M. of violets. J. 11 Colller.Crab Orck'd M, D.EItnore, Stanford. J . J. Miller, Ml. Vernon la the YOU GET MORE k Courler-Jouru- EIGHT GREAT STATES After a long time Mr. Johnson rose from his desk and locked up the notes Iu his safe. Then ho tools thosoterelgn In his hand and went out into the street. He presently came to the little shop of a working jeweler and entered it timidly. When he came out the sovereign hung on his simple watch chain iiliOitlOU$ NEWS Cornea Irom Dr. D. 11. IVuvlle, of Waahlta. I. T. and his Angers felt for it and caressed He write; "Four tallica oi Elerlrlc lllttera Iu cured lira. Ilrewarof acrofula. which had cauael It as it it had been a lire thing. And her gre.t autkrlng for year Terrible eurea would that was the end. Chicago Dally News. Breakout on her head and face and the beat Sliarp-Touirued orricaai. Hocktr, l'realdeut; J. J. McltoberU Ca.hUr, A A McKlnner AamUtanlCahter. suy other paper publlahwl-bo- tli laullty aud quantity, tbau lu la 104 PaperH One Year TO FARMERS. 50 Cents. For give no help; but her lure la complete Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia Wife. and her health I CAcrlleut " Tula abowt what Outwitted Ills North and South Carolina, ihouaand ban proved that Electric llltUra la Hit Alabuma, MWsLelppl. An Ktigllshman of Lymlngton had beat blood purifier known. Ita the lupremo rem- Jy for ecMuia, tetter, aall rheum, ulcera, Mia and the misfortune to lire In a continuous runnlofc aonw. It atlaiulatea liver, aldiievi and quarrel with bis wife, who was a modern b)cla,eipU polaoua. bel dlgeatlon, build up lha aiieugih. Duly 50 xenta. Sold by fenny, Xantlppe, and threatened, in case she Drugglat Uuarauteed surrlted htm, to dance over bis grave. Between Louisville ant the South. e en ii was her lot to outlive him, but It CoQtral Holloee Camp. Wilmorc, It was uot so easy to carry out her threat. July 8th to lflth. Tickets will bo sold The husband had the precaution to via tho Queen & Crescent ltouto July make an Injunction in his will requir Baeti way between Louisville and Lexington 7 to IS from all fetation, Dry IMdgo to ing his body to bo burled iu the sea A Family Carriage Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS W. A. TDHK, Q. W. Waahlogtou, I). 0. I. A., tl. TAYLOE, A. P. A. LouUvllle. Ky 0 Somerset Included, ut 11 fare for the near his residence and without ocre- round trip. Good to July 18th. See inonv. The injunction was eomnlled with. Chicago Chronicle. agent) for particulars. 1 B. K. "We a re n Court-House, uuu icvpnua. duiiver Oultlvutora. boat la the world. Dceriug icon anu uau uearmg umuora, Dourlug ltoll aud Hull lluurlug Mower.. Mojer lluckboard anil llugglc. Uardvn Plows aud Double Sliovela. Will pay market price for Wool, Sacks furnlalied any time. AU kind of Furniture and any piece or That combines beauty and kind of Harness vou wuat. Cull on couifoit with convenience, is 3 I). 8. UAUI'ENTEIt, IIustontiixc, Kr. one of our well made, uiuy riding and elegant Surreys, It is unexcelled (or workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give more satisfaction fa' gen- And wllllugto pay top price lu CASH for eral family use than other car- Chickens, F.gga, Feuthera, Ducks, Uevae, riage msdo "We nre selling Turkey. Glutung, Yellow Hoot, Hev wax, Hide of all kinds, Copper, lira. Iron aud thum Cheap aud Fsat. llgues, AU" will be lu the market for wool. See lue and gut my price before aelllug, aud get spot ca.li. 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