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WE GOT THESE TWO, f Gov, Altgold wann u plank In tho Tho ruin wMi-n. l.mllv nn.ir.i dum.Hirutlo plntform declaring for gov- - fell In copious showers Wednesday. paralysis. er . mental ownership of railroads. Mrs. Wllllnin MeUantol ilicd at F. Krueger. of this placo, secured tho .....uj ii. oiuoius, a prominent vir- - contract for building the Leslie connty Ml At Pittsburg Emmanuel Soudcrs glnla politician, committed suicide nt court-hous- o for 81I.8J0. Old Point Comfort on account of flnan- fatally cut Frank Ilccd. Elder Hoatraan, who proached In this Iironslon. Pulakl county, voted 100 elitl reverses. cnunlv a fnw vrnr nnn nnm i.... ..),,.- to 20 ngulnsl the opening of saloons. Senator Delxw says Tulor has tho of tbo Christian church In Mlddles! ! Dr. J. I). Adldns, of Williamsburg, nomination for governor won and that boro. pension examiner things nro looking very well In that hut been upKlnted n Tho republicans In their convention Georgo Harrison was badly cut In it lino for him uftnr tho nomination. Saturduy Instructed fur Taylor for gov. Hats to Suit Everybody. light In MadUon county with Mote Crawford Fairbanks, of Terro Haute, eruorund W. A. Morrow for lieutenant :l!)i Eaten. hlnuelf it trust promoter, believes tho governor. Page, Hurl .V Suit sold to a Cincin trusts lire mi thi'lr lasl legs. II u savs' Tho Signal compliments tho I. J. on nati tlrm 200,000 staves ut $23. Adair ilia Investors now rerusu to buy trust; Its enterprise jn keeping posted by took. Now. " wire on the convention movements and Judge J Qulnuy Ward formerly of giving tho nubile tho honnilt ti.nr,.nf T. L. Saunders und Alox Wulko" have rented lMco Hongu's livery stublo tho superior court of Kenluekv.dled Representatives of tho Southern railat his homo near Paris. Ho went off way wero horo a few days since riding ut Lancaster. Iko Leo Is In jail at Soinorret churn- with tho Pnlmer-Uucknmovement over tho proposed lino of survey lo bo 12 year-ol- d Allcu and mitdo speeches horo and elsewhere mado through this ed with raping county. Wo havo :) for the ticket. llrown, also colored. iW11 every reason to believe the road will HON. WM'IAV OOEI1KI. Lt. Gov. Worthlngton Is announced be built this way. Hcrnhard Koehler has contracted to complete tho plko from llurnsldo to as a candidate for the republican nomiOno of Hoekcnstlo's most popular nation for governor. If ollthoconvlcts young ladles, Miss Ann Stewart, of Moutlcello for ttl.000. Alp.'uo Hal, Rai road Hats, Danville eoplo will meet tomorrow ho has pardoned would rally to his Wlldle, was led to tho marriage altar, afternoon to deuldu whuthor or not a support It would glvo him a right good Juno 15th, by Mr. W. P.lchardson, a ; start. Georgetown Times. fair will bo held there. prosperous merchant of Herea May Max Howard, chairman of the re- greut happiness attend Jutncs Foster, an old and resected them. citizen of Harrodsburg, was found dead publican committee- of Marlon, says: ' .4sL' Mrs. Nannie Albright Is visiting Mr. lironn Hal?, Pearl lints, Black Hals; in fact almost any hat wanted. : Goobol Is tho brightcst.bralnlest young and Mrs. Gus Stewart In bed Tuesday morning. ai Wlldie. Dr. man they have got In the Stale, and Lewis Jones Is visiting A new iKMiomco has been establishaa IBk Mr. J. J. Wil ed at Similar, Pulaski county, with there Is no business about liams. There will be u gold medal fil. Ucubon O. Jones, Poitmiuter. him. I doubt If we can leat him. contest hjre In July. Mrs. Nuney Mlddlesboro, Ilaltlo Jones, In a Gov. Stone, of Missouri, aotlngchalr-ma- n Hooker Is tho guest of At Mrs. M. C. Wil111 of jealousy, ourcd boiling wutor on of tho National Democratic Comliams. her lover and Injured him frightfully. mittee, deolures that tho battle-cr- y of E. It. llrown Is ut homo to attend the E. A. Edclon was acquitted ut his his parly In 1000 will bo s and colobratlou of tho 4th. Judgo McClurc oxuinlidng trlul m Eobanon of iliu does nut believe tho Philippine ques and others nttended the convention. charge of murdering John Alvey ni tion slioulil bo made an Issue until tho Mrs. W. T. Short Is attending Chou Kay wick. Kovernmenl has outlined Its Philippine tuuqua ut Lexington. Mrs. M. C. MilNora Hardin stabbod her paramour, Klloy. Ho thinks George Fred Wll ler and children aro visiting at LawJamus Kush, In tho abdomen with a Hams, of MnHsaohusetts will be given renceburg. William liaker wa in Tho second place on tho ticket. pair of scissors nt Mlddleslwro. from Tutile Saturday last. woman Is In jail. The Philippine war has cost tho GovJl'lHiK It J lll!Kr KINRIDUU mere is ncavo or immonso prowr-tlon- s Theru Is not a shadow of truth In tho ernment to date tKJ,000,0(X) In money ubout three miles from town In order to git lo Good Values and li'g Bargains. CHUHCHESAND PHEA"CHERS. story sent out that Sheriff Hevurly U. ami (Ml tnnn. Iletldcs ubout t),500 sol- culled the Henderson cavo. A party White, of Clay county, was shot utul diers have been wounded and many times visited U Tuesday, the 20th, compo.-e-j The third nuniwl Ulble Instiluto will killed In Manchester. that number have been mudo Invalids. of Mr.nnd Mrs. Henry Mlllsand family, bo held ul Williamsburg August Horolng has recomltoprceenlallvo Yet tho war seems no nearer an end Mrs. Dave Henderson and sons, Mrs. Eld. J G. Livingston will preach at mended Steuben Godby, of Casey thau It was months ago. Tho Ameri- M.iers, Uev. II. II. Mills, Misses Salllo Hulls Gap next Sunduy at 11 A. M. and county, for tho vacant elovunth district cans control less than loO npiaru miles Carmieal, Mary Collier, Stella Catron, at night. of territory and are rapidly losing tho Faunlo and Florence Mulllns. West Point cudclshlp. J.L. Uruce's blblo class at Danville IsUirering John W. Smith, of North Curollna Is little they kssc. An urmy olllcer We notice u letter from Hro. I. M. Is ono of tho best anywhere. There In Columbia on iho truck of his 13 car-ol- d who returned from Manila mado tho Hoswell In the Christian Guide of re- were 40 In It Sunday. daughter, who was kidnapped by a statement lhat M) per cent. cent date. Ho speaks of n most InterThe Preachers' Institute of the Lou of tho soldiers In tho Philippines will esting meeting just closed In band of gywles last February. Merldlun, Isvilte conference M. E. Church, South, was upiolulod pot tins a" get pensions for dlscntery and other Miss., tho church Abel llrown being crowded be- Is In session ul Horse Cave. Look forjoursclf and tell your friends. tor at Abel. Laurol county, and V. T. Intestinal complaints. An olllcer of yond Its utmost seating capacity. Many Tho Hank of Jamestown will open Allen at Aetna, Pulaski county, at tlio high rank, woll ((uallQcd lo speak, es souls were brought to Christ und the Its doors for business "July 17, wiih N. request of Representative Borelug. timates thai tho war is costing the churches In that city of 20,000 opula- - II W, Aaron us president and W. S George Floyd, colored, aged ubout government about $2i0,(00 a day. tlon greatly strengthened. Siono iu cashier. Thu capilul Is $15,000. IK) years, was found dead a uillo from When the entire :t,000 men are In tho Mrs. Mary Conn and Mrs. John Key. Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, of Newton Harrodsburg on the LouNvtllo plko. Philippines tho dally cost will exceed llrown havo returned from Shirts, Pals. Underwear and Fine Pants. GSWuits Cleaned and Presscil.tBa Texas. Center, Muss., was uuanlmously elect Nothing Is known as to tho cause of his M00.0O0. This c.tlmato does not In- Their many friends wclcomo them back od president of the Southern Dapilsl clude tho extra coil of the naval forces to our city where thoy will reside. A death Theological Seminary by the Hoard of Fred Krueger, of this place, secured which will amount to l.370,000 for tho pleasant party of Stanford young peo- Directors In session at Atlanta. tho contract for building tho court LIT days of tho war over and ubovc tho plo was In town last Sunday Misses After being a Methodist all her life II) den, Leslie county, at Sll,- - normal cost of maintaining a squadron Shellou and McCIary and Messrs. Hill houso at of 102 years, Miss Moggie Pendergrass, & , S.V). Work will begin within tlio next on tho Asiatic station. and Deck. Tho young ladles were the of Anuiston, Ala., was immeisud and 10 days. - Mt. Vernon Signal. guests of Misses Alza Logan Urown joined the Baptist church. She claims MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The Kentucky Distilleries and Ware- und Margie McCiary. Mrs. Graves, to have bud a vision directing her to do for a houso CoitiMiny has coutruotcd Nathau Trent und Miss Easter Pock Mrs. tind Miss Lluvlllu have been the so 02,!O0 barrel warehouse ul Tyrone und wero married ul J. II. O'Halr's Wed- guests of the Miller House. Mrs. ArJ. H. Dow, Spartanburg, S C , writes: l conlruet has also been lot for u 10,- - nesday. thur und duughter, MUs Emma, of Wil- "Wo closed a precious meeting here .'000 barrel wttrobouso ut Unlontown. liamsburg, wero tho guests of Mrs. Ian night with tho Green street Hap Frank Scalf, aged IS. and Jennie Tho Signal sajs that Mt. Vernon has 17, of Lily, Laurel county, John Fish. Miss Amanda Anderson, tlst church, of which Kuv. R. J. Black-mo- re SEEOl-iiPIMOFSElspill matches wero married. u man so stingy thut ho LE of Lancaster, vlstted Mrs. J. W. Nes-blis pastor. There wero 52 addiIn order to make two llres und barely Miss Flora Llllard, of Lawrenceburg, Mrs. M. C. Miller Is visiting tions Haptlst Argus. opens his doors wide enough to got and Henry H. Cassoll, of Har'odsburg, near Frankfort. Mrs. James Taylor Is A nuw departure In tho rite of bap-itethrough, hoping thereby to save hing- were married Tuesday. very 111. Dr. Joe Lawrence, of Hyden, was celebrated tho other day es. llllutii Owuns, of OwlngBVlllo.'Ind., bus been visiting tho homo folks. Dock a large, crowd near Port Jarvis. of Corbln, Is prepar- attempted to William Helton, kill his wife buciiuo she Luggford, a merchant of Hrush Creek, At that placo Is the border lino of New ing to sue for all tho land around Joined ihu W. C. T. U. und fought his Is quite Ul. Dr. Wesley having bought York, Now Jersoy and Pennsylvania Grays, occupied by tho North Jelllco business saloon keeping. out ono half Interest lu the drug store aud Mrs Uriah Brown was baptized In tho lund Coal Co. Holton claims that Mrs. W. K, Martin, tho wlfo of a and routed Mr. W's. property, Mr. and the Nevorslnk river at a jnilnt where was willed to his mother, who lived In Uloomlngton, 1)1., railroad man, shoi Mrs. M. C. Williams will move to Stan- pome part of her anatomy was In each South Carolina und who had been kept und killed Miss Ida Ogloebv. of tho ford July 1. Miss Euln Virginia Shu- of the threo States ut the critical no disposition of the sumo place. Tho murder was In ignorance of tho cuuscd mate writes lhat sliu and her sisters mcnl of Immersion. property. by juulousy. are dellghtoJ with their nuw home lloverly Hakur, brother of Tom linIf Excursion to Old Point Coir fort, Vu William Nowsom, of Lima, Ohio, and with Mr. und Mrs. Qulucoy Shumate, eouuty aud Mrs. Emily ker, is ul London from Cltiy Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ky. bus arJuno (iruy were married at Newborn, Tenn. Hon. D.J. Brewer Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, reports that an ultuiupl wus maue to Danvlllo. lloth of them are pilot 75 WEBSTERlS ranged a series of excursions lo Old says I " I corameud It to all as tho one great stand. -- - Fifteen thousand disappointed peo- Point Comfort, Vu., during the mouths Friday ut his homo on years of ago. Tho only kluk camo from kill him last onl authority."irtOTERNATIONAL ple ussombled ul Sauugerfest hall of July, August uud September, This It excels lti tho rafo with which tho cvo Dnili tho Cruno creek, llo savs four shots woio u great grand-so- u of the bride. word sought ; In accuracy of dclliiltloii s lu effect- DICTIONARY tired luto his hou r y persons eoueeul-c- d Klehmoud, V.t , society Is all ugog at Cincinnati und left amidst u chorus excursions will bo run ou thj iU IUVIUMU V, IHU1L4VIUW (11UI1V1U,IUII , 111 IITBU of disgust that surpassed in Intensity and fourth TucsJnys In eae'i mjutb, of tho balls, because E. ami comprchcnslro statements of facts uuj la Inthouudor Ush. Ono J. Frccdloss, a very rich practical uho cs a working dictionary. and volume, If not In harmony, any- Tho tickets will be good on tho regular a Winchester, odged In tho door jamb, young man, married Miss Maudo s, Specimen iwjct, etc tent on application. thing tho mass chorus of over 4,000 trains ami will bo limited to 21 days. few feel from where ho was killing. a u pretty Mower girl who had a G. & C Merriim Co., ruliUhcn, Sprinfitij, Mm,, u, S. a. could havo produced. Tho building Thu rate will bo 315 for the round trip. In tho centre of tho city. Tako the C II, '&. I), lo Detroit. Mich, stand hud not been completed. send In Persons desiring to Miss Stella Thomas, of Klchinond, unuual confor the Christian Endeavor In tho local optlou contest tho their uumus for sleeping car space and Ind., In u fit of jealousy, threw vltrol In vention July 5 to 10. Threo solid thro' men carried thu town of Ford state ou which train they will want lo tho face of Henry Leonard, causing trains dally from Cincinnati. Halo one und three out of four precincts of Win- go. Any Information cheerfully furhim to lose tho sight of ouu eye and llrat class limited faro or tho round chester. North Winchester voted for nished ou uppllcatlou to uny ugenl. or O trip. Tickets good going July a to I1, greatly damaged thai of tho other. a license. The whole eouuty bus been to G. W. Barney, div. pass. ugunt,Lox A double wedding wus celebrated at Ineluslvu with return limit of July 15. under local option law for a couple of lngton, Ky. llooncsboro, William Jordan and Miss 9 Further extension to August 15 muy lo years. WrAK UYESA HEliallE STIIO.NO, O secured by debiting ilckots with joint Florence Green und Jumes Jordan und A Cowling Greou liar telegraphs Miss Sudlo Every purchaabcr of wore tnurrlcd. Tho worth of goods gels a chance ou a Hue cluiir. aud Iirc tlou ugenl ut Detroit. Insist on having grooms u ro Green thut lightning struck u youth named cianuutcu madu ur snru stjes roiuoveil lIml lids vves ot anv brothers und the brides nt-your ticket read via this route. D. G. sisters. Dick Wllklus und knocked out bis sHi-dIland unVctunlly curud by tho uso of T. M., Clnelunutl, O. Edwurds, Kuthorlmid's Pjijrle l')0 Halvo. It's put up . -- Tho murrlago of Miss Mildred teoth. butdld not otherwise Injure blm. In tubes, und sold on u guaruiileo. For A WOMAN. lilbCOVIUIKDMV siln at Penny's Drug Store Vaugban, tho Pudacuh belle, to Frank COL'dllEl) 'Ji TEA U.S. Guess on the number of Seed lu a Gourd. The nearest guess rcIs the Auoluer Kroat dUwerr list been I'isds, and thit E. Hall, tho Michigan uUiusd barber, was deI sulTert'd ii ytun wltli a cough, aud this ivuutrjr. t.w, by a ls.lv prize. Odrtpecial prices this week oil Lare Curtains, Carpets and Epworth leaguo convention, India- tut lis ilulihes uiu hvr aud for ssteu clared annulled by a Judge of tho Cir- spent liuudrt'dsul dullurs Willi doctors urnl napolls, Ind., July J. Mattlugs. Keiucnioer I handle Duuglas Nhoes; the best on eanh for era 1U Kitrnt tests, hut her vital uniaut Tho O. II. & 1 u.uil ur. my new Oxfords, Iho money luj cuit court at St. Joseph, Mich. Tho fur ineUlduo lo uu uvull uutll Adjugtihle Insteps lu You should uudtriulned and death seemed liuuiliMiit. Hell's This rvuivtly O. lty. will make a rate of ouo faro for uiunths lbs roughed Imvwiulljr, and recovthree lllsclc Hnd Tan. I am after your trade with the best goods at the lowdecree tlnds thut tho bill filed by Miss luukiM Wvuk luurn slruug. It bus saved Inv- tho round-tri- p, uul sleep, bbstluslly dlxeredut a waylu good going July e II, Jtoull, Uruuuburg. 111. prices, New est ery, by urtUlii. ol ui a bullls lr. hlug's Vaughau Is truo, la which she alleges ito J. was so good returning to and Including July HU.)rtyf.ir lua.uuimlou, aud she slept iuikIi uiifb; she did not know what she wus doing ill Ueedu taking llr.l duw.luat tlwdulely lured Messrs. C. V. Gentry und G. C. Kel- 21. Uy depositing 60 cents with joint and witb twobotllei Iim Iwu ut the time of the tuurrluge. ler, Jr., drtivo over to Lexington this agent, tickets muy bo extended to und Cb..id bnlby.(..0. Trial bottles C.lUwnkk Tho marriage of Christopher II, morning to brlug back Mr. Gentry's luoludl'ig Aug. 20. Seo C. II. & D. aud fiiw st I'euny's Drug- bUiru. llsguUr slxe Jaekson, ot Loudon, to Mlsslby Uakcr, brood mure, Orul. Sho Is by Imp. Or- agents for information. II Every minis guarsuiwi. s sister to Tom Uaker, tho feud leudor Whllo eursItiL' his daughter for tnur who was ussassluatod at Manchester, U der and full sister of Oracle and AureTHU AITLTITUCIP A COAT Ii on Fence. Cypress bliinjles. ugalnsi his wishes, a Toxus mun tlio culmination of ono of tho romances ole, all three being winners, aud bus Iieuvlwlbv alluor dviitlui whuMt hlouiarh rying wnu uumu. been bred to Imp. Hormenco of tho and Uur are out uf ordrr. AH such should kuuw was BiricKou of this bloody feud. Whllo attending s that lr Kliu's New Llfa I'llli, I lis wonderful school Mb (iukcr met und fell la love Spendthrift Stud. SloumUiuJ Uvr lUiusdr, glisa plndldap. IIKlXKJLEUTlllIbUUUUONS. . -lUurallou aud a with Jackson, although bo was a mar ldllf Uuly I.lll. suiiud ivrho-- t health au Jrrgularenergy. habit LUXO IHIIITATION. ' hat liuurw (real AlldotturitoM lU'nUk lUuilltuu, of Vel Jef- rled mau. Afterward Jackson was Drug 6lora, ferson. ().. after sutlering IS luoutui from llwlal for forgery aud sentenced to Is tbo fureruuuvr to cousuuiptluu. Dr. iia at l'cuuy's will cure It. aud Doll's I Utula, be wuuld dls uulws a cuslly oraliu wa arrested MS iwiIjiiuixI) but bscurvd bluiKlf allb bvs boiw of the punltenilury for four years. struuglli to tbo luugs thai u cougli Tho Mayor of Muskegon, Mich., was Ill luis ou wlfo secured a ulvorco. When ho Ills glvo such will baits, lbs was or acold uutsvitle llioru. Tweutt live assassinated by a disappointed Mill llbViua IhsUat balV.lulb. ViiiU. 23WUU released hound Miss Uaker married, Metal Hoofing. cvuts ut l'cuuy's Drug Bloro. who committed suicide. boa. boldly JVuuy, l)rull, Geo. It. Elooco died In Danvlllo of k 1 HATS! i i i 1 H HATS HATS J er S . Linen Hats, 1 I Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, I I I I I i imp-cor- n I Stetson Hetts ! aMfci''lfr'iirrr'aBI aH I H. J. M'ROBERTS. saP-a- It 1 nntl-trust- Gandidate Named And Convention Adjourned THE GLOBE We Need The Cash $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. t J. L. Frohman THE GLOBE, Co 'Phone 136. Danville. Splendid lt. bo-fo- re CHEAP. W. A. G ARSON, STAN FORD, KY. sx-ou- -- Key-nobi- anti-saloo- GIVEN AWAY lis nt (t9t(oeo f l. m Drop Head sewing jnachine Free 111 llas s m with-luu- 20-2- l'J-2- 1, JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. - H ' m 0 STAKFORD;Kr. L otllco-scok- cr, 0? Work. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - June 30, 1899 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. GOVERNOR, FOR GOVERNOR, WILLIAM GOEBEL, of Kenton. C FOR LIEUTENANT J. C. W. BECKHAM, of Nelson. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. R. J. BRECKINRIDGE, of Boyle. FOR AUDITOR, GU3 COULTER, of Graves. FOR TREASURER, S. W. HAGER, of Boyd. OF STATE, INSTRUCTION, FOR SECRETARY C. BRECK HILL, of Clark. of Living FOR SUIT. OF PUBLIC H. V. McCHESNEY, ston. COMMISSIONER OP AGRICULTURE, JON B. NALL, of Jefferson. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, C. C. McCHORD, of Washington. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, M. F. NORTH, of Lincoln. SENATOR WM. or moro ago the suggested Judge R. J Drccktnrldgo for attorney gener al, some of bit smart aleck-- friends mid wo did so to try to keep him out of the Congressional race, an assertion as ldlotlnas It was untrue, wo naun 1 consulted tho Judgo in tho mattor and when wo saw hlra later, ho thanked lis for tho complimentary mention of hlro and said that whllo ho would esteem It the crowning honor of his llfo to bo at torney general of Kentucky, It took money and tlmo to mako races ana that ho had nono of tho former and but lit tlo of tho latter to spare. Wo persist ed, however, and ho finally decided to enter tho race. Then ho was taken sick almost unto death and when after a lorn? tlmo he recoverod.hls wife, worn out with watching, also fell a victim to disease. She too was HI a long time, leaving tho judgo but a limited tlmo for a canvass. At tho few places ho spoke ho made friends of all who heard him and his ability and fitness being everywhere recognized, ho went to tho convention a practical wlnncr,althougb Mr. Scott, one of his opponents, naa been canvassing for tho nomination slnco the tlmo the memory of some men runneth not to tho contrary. In nominating tho grand old man, tho democracy! Is to bo congratulated and Judgo Drcckinrldgo felicitated, whilo the INTERIOR JOURNAL, as happy as it can be over tho result, shakes hands with itself and bnrrahs itself hoarse. Wiikn INTERIOR 15 month JOURNAL Goehel, who has I t&. 'fr' been named to lead us to victory ultor tho most notable light in tho history o Kentucky domocracy, during which ho displayed a superiority of leadership and will power unequalled alm09t heretofore, is in tho prime of that vigorous manhood which comes only to men who have to carve out their own destiny unaided by rich and Influential relatives. Born In Pennsylvania some 40 years ago, his parents brought him to Kentucky when ho was a small boy and settled In Covington. By his own energies ho succeeded in acquiring a good education and Gov. Stephenson, observing bis effort to make something of himself, took him In his law office. Ho studied hard and advanced rapidly and In a few years became tho partner of bis benefactor, who upon his death left bis largo e9tato without bond in trusttoMr. Goebel, who still holds it. Afterwards he was tho law partner of John G. Carlisle, who recognized hts great ability. His practice amounts to $25,000 a year and his fortune is estimated all tho way from a quarter to half a million, every cent of which ho mado himself. For twelve years ho hM henn Stnto Senator and Is now a hold over. Hts record as a legislator and his fight against tho Is encroachment of corporate power appreciated by tho people, whose Interests ho always serves. He-- was a member nf the constitutional convention and In that body likewise made a record for clearness of thought, superior wisdom and remarkaolo foresight. He Is y the I rainiest man in Kentucky standing on tho platform that he and himself has made, he will go forth to battle for It with an earnestness and determination that will know no such word as defeat. His enemies fear but admlro him and his friends stick closer Ho will gain in than brothers. strength dully till tho election and then be triumphantly elected by tho majority. Having contributed In an humblo way to his nomination we shall now bend every energy and use every honorable means to tho end that Kentucky may be redeemed and lifted fereverfrom republican thralldom. well-knoold-tim- e missioners will be hailed with delight by tho coal miners and others interest- . . iuu t. in too auuo a resources, Tit fia iu .1 offtv . that wherever tho maintenance. of tbo samo rate for long and short hauls operates so as to make It lmpos slblo for Kentucky Industries and products to cotnpeto with thoso of other States, the railroads will bo allowed to maintain lower rates for tho long haul . 1 This decision of tho railroad com- TilE return of tho Courier Journal to tho democratic fold is ono of tho many blessings wo aro heartily thankful for. Wo welcome It wlthjopco arms and won't even suggest tho singing of the old hymn "Whllo tho lamp holds out to burn, the vilest sinner may return." Here's to you Mr.Watterson and hero's to the lesser sinner of your stall. Come let us kill the fatted calf for tho prodigals and eat drink and bo merry. Thnmnsnn and others ran out of the ordinary means of raising Cain, they chairman declared of order and tho balloting proceeded. At tho night session a resolution was adopted to drop tho hindmost candldato on tho 25th ballot and It resulting Goebel 3S9, Stono 310 und Hardin 3821, Tho Stono- - was declared out of It. next bollot, tho 20:h and last, resulted as tho dispatch relates above and when tho result was declared punderaonlum broko looso and tho convention went noml-ne- o wild wlt.i delight. Calls for tho made, ho appeared with being Senator Blackburn, who presented hlra when ho spoke a follows: SENATOR OOUHEL'3 SPEECH. In tho treasurer's raco wero four en ALL honor to Chairman Iledwlno. He was tho right man In tho rlgh tries, C. W. Ilugglns, of Jofforson, S. again W. Uagor. of Boyd, It. C. Ford.of Boll, placo and his selection prove and J. T. Gosnoll. pf Grayson. On tho that Mr. Coebol makes few if any first ballot tho voto resulted a follows: Uagor, 300; Richardson, 158 J GOEUEL, NOMINATED. Ford, 22215 Oosnell, 312. Richardson MEN was dropped, and whllo tho voto was A FULL TICKET OP EXCELLENT being cast.Ford'i namo was withdrawn. NAMED On tho next ballot Hagcr got 674 0 and Uagor AND THE COMMITTEE ADJOURNS. votes and Oosnoll 60S rnivpjTinv Hall. Louisville, Juno was declared tho nomlneo, afterwards 27, 11 1 M. Stono was dropped on tno mado unanimous. get you a John .V. Hcadloy, Tom S. Cochran, Is always ready for any sort of weather that may coma. Now Is tho tlm to i'lih hAllntand the rub coming between Goobel nnd Unrdln, tho formor receiv of Hardin; Green It. Kollor, of Nichoanu las, and Brock Hill, of Clark, entered ed 601 votes and tho latter Goobel was declared tho nomlnco for for Secretary of State. Beforo tho ballot was completed all the othor canJ. M ALVERSON. governor. didates wlthdrow and Mr. Kollor movTho nbovo dln.itch to this paper told mnko Hill's noralnntlon unanitho result of tho most prolonged, tho ed to tho mous, and this wns dono. bitterest nnd In many respects Editor II. V. McChesnoy was an easy most disgraceful contest over wnged In Ki.ntiip.kv. tho opposition U tho man winner In tho race for superintendent Fortliohot wc.thor. nnd aftor Miss from Konton resorting to every means, of public instruction Men's Linen Suits 3 2.1, withdrawn, his nomibold at times, underhanded often nnd Sasseen had been Hoys' long pint I.lnen Snlln ll.ftj, was mado by acclamation. childish sometimes In tho oxtrcmo. nation Hoys' Knee Pant I.lnen Suits 11.21, Dr. Frazeo nnd Ion II. Nail contendWhen tho balloting began Tuesday Men's Cotton Pants 33c, of agrlculluro and tho disgraceful scenes of tho day bo- - ed for commissioner Men's Extra Heavy Cotton linti 75c quality, only 60c tno vows tho latter won, receiving 601 votes to and foro wore not Come nnd get one of our Frazeo 627. was taken In comparative qulot, until This concluded tho work of tho con Hen Leo Hardin mado a motion that had been In session a the convention adjourn slno dlo and vention, which week and a day nnd at 10:40 Wednes that tho propeiCEwfneltutcd authori- day night Senator Farrls moved a slno ties name the candidates; Both Hardin advocato tho dlo adjournment nnd all was over. and Stono appeared to With tho oxccptlon of Judgo refcrenco of a choice for governor to a who wns a confederate Boldler, but aflei permitting new convention, tho tho ticket Is composed mostly of young tho question to bo fully debated, tho resolution out men and Is well distributed over tho THE- Louisville Store. 6-- Ui Mce Linen Suit UrccK-Inridi- ro. Soft Front toll. Men's UnJer Shirts 15i,a now sloe Ladies' Mn en Skirts 4 So, ladles' Summer Corsets 'J Ic, Ladles' Shirt Waists 48c, .. A big line of L shirts lists at a very low price. State. Tho first district got tho auditor and superlnlcndunt of public In struction, tho 4th tho lieutenant governor, the 5th tho commissioner of ag riculture, tho 0th tho governor, tbo 8th tho attorney general, tho 9th tho treasurer and tho 10th tho secretary of state. 25c of Sliaw THE COURIER JOURNAL COMES HACK. In order to suppress all ldlo conjec Aftek John Khca.Olllo James, John IN tho republican conventions hold Monday, tho 'torney glo'l received Instructions for governor in Warren, Casey, Oldbam, Larue, Wayne, Grayson and Union counties a total of 89 votes; whllo Auditor Stono got Fleming, Owen, Woodford and Bracken counties. Mublenburg Instructed for Pratt. Han- IF It!' cock did not Instruct but tho delegates are said to favor Stono. Taylor now claims to have 830 votes of tho 848 necessary to nominate, but Stone's friends say bo has only 608. Thoy claim 247 for Stone and 111 for Pratt and.say that thero arc 188 contested votes, 124 unlnstructed and conventions yet to bo held S15. This ctlort to count Taylor out won't work. Ho Is dead sure of tho nomination on tho first ballot and as dead sure to bo defeated In November. An Ignoramus like he can never bo governor of Kentucky. all a lie of the Post and Dispatch that Goebel broke his compact with Stone," said a gentleman who was on tho insldo of matters. "They only agreed to comblno in the fight for tho organization and thon each was to fight his own battle. In proof of this Goe-be- ls leader demanded that the agreement between the two, which was signed by both Stono and Goebel and which was in Stone's possesion, bo given to tho public, but it wasn't done. Goebel acted fairly throughout. Ills wcro tho most decent of tbu delegates. It was somo of tho following of tho other candidates who acted tho hoodlums and disgraced tho party. Goebel ha demonstrated hi fitness as a leader of men and will bo elected by a rousing "It's majority." dead sure winner. Tiik ticket mado up of men in en tire sympathy with it head and i a 1 resorted to the silly business 01 Diow-in- ir tin hnrna Monday to prevent the convention from attending to business. Thoy aro doubtless ashamed of the purllo business now and anxious to escape tho name of "tin hor n politicians" distinguished opponents than I, and I which may always stick to them. have a right to expect that they will do tho same for mo and I do not doubt MCKINLEY'S Filipino war is costing merely, In conclusover a hundred millions a year and wo they will. I want you for this Besides this he ion, my friends, to thank tret nothini? in return. of my of nomination from the bottom paid 820,000,000 for the privilege I shall endeavor to discharge subdulntr tho heathens for tno pur heart. your leader In tho coming pose of giving them their freedom. No my duty as campaign to tho full extent of what cawonder tho Kentucky platform cen possess. I thank you again. sures tho administration for prosecut pability I In the last ballot for governor, Linlog such a campaign. coln county's 8, Boylo'sfl and Madison's Editor Breckinridqe, of tho Lex 14 went to swell tho voto of tho man ington Herald, which tho samo Is tho from Kenton. On tho first ballot for lieutenant govgreat and only W. C. P., callea loudly on certain democrats In the convention ernor, J. C. W. Beckham, of Nelson, to elect a new chairman over Hedwlno lead with 3ftl 5 0 votes, W. P. Thorno and undo the work of adopting the plat- had 268, Hays 201 and Kelly 220. form, but as ho Is persona non grata Hays withdrew, thero was a stampede in tho democratic party his counsel to Beckham and his nomination was mado unanimous. went for naught. Time being called for a nomination With possibly two exceptions tho for attorney general, Judge Saulley ticket Is exactly as the INTERIOR JOUR- presented the name of Judgo It. J. NAL would have named It. We are rirpnUlnrldiro In speech which tho therefore moro than pleased with tho Times says, was the best delivered be result of the convention, which took fore the convention, lie glowingly somo tlmo to get there, but finally did eulogized tbo personal, professional From Goebel to and political virtues of his man, and so with both feet. Nail tho ticket Is Irreproachable and though he exceeded his tlmo limit Invincible. thorn um no protest, nnd ho was fre Interrupted by applauso.chcers To Urey Woodson, C. M. Lewis and quently D. Black, greeting. following his peroration, J. eulogy to J. M. Richardson wo send of Barbourvlllo, paid a high You fought a good fight; let us keep Hays, of Bell, In placing mm in tbo faith and elect the matchless Goe- N. B. named Jno. 30,000 nolmnatlon, Frank Peako bel and his splendid ticket by S. Smith, of Bourbon.and Bob Franklin majority. We haven't been as happy Andrew Scott, of t'ranKlin. slnco wo used to go bareheaded, bare- James .Tmlirn W. B. Fleming withdrew as ho footed and In our shirt tall. saw it was Impossible for him to win. nomiEditor Knott la tearing his Httlo It took thrco ballots to settle tnoBreck and working himself Into a lino nation, tho rub coming between shirt frenzy over tho nomination of Goebel, inridge, who got 688 votes and Scott, butlt Isacasoof tho heathen raging who had 601. IlrecKinriagos nominamo and the people wondering what man- tion was then mado unanimous on Is. Go to thou re- tlonof Scott's friends. Breckinridge ner of vain thing ho publican in disguise, thou wolf In had an ovation when bo camo to the front and said: "With my band on my sheep' clothing. heart and my eye uplifted to God, I We aro mighty sorrv that Editor am thankful to you. Mv only regret l It. C. that I have caused another to feel disGreen R. Keller and Ford lost out in tho deal, but every- appointment." W. P. thing can't go our way. Thoy aro good Juno 28.-- To LOUISVILLE, democrats and wont even let tho sting Walton: Congratulations duo you on nf disappointment mako thorn do other Breckinridge's nomination. You start wise than Bcutllo for tho excellent cd hlra In tho race. ticket. Clarence E. woods. Tho fight for auditor camo between nomiMr. Goeuel was tbrco time C. Chenault, of Madlsoc, and nated for governor, labt Saturday by a JohnCoulter, of Graves, and tho latter Gus majority of all tho votes, later by a receiving Ml vote to Chenault majority of tho vote cast and finally won, Gov. McCroary, who had placed 437. by 30 or moro over a majority of tbo Chenault in nomination in a graceful full vote. speech, moved that tho uomlnatlon bo la doing himself no mado unanimous and it was dono with Cait, Stone credit by kicking over hi misunder- a whoop. Dr. W. V. Phillips, of Clay, aud standing of tho combination with Goemight cinuluto tho examplo of Juno Gaylo, of Owen, wcro withdrawn bel. Ho from tho auditor' raco before a ballot Gen. Hardin, who saw wood and say was taken, nothing Mr. Chairman and Fellow Democrats: I never got any thing In my llfo that was worth having without u bard light, nnd I nm alwavs willing to make the best fipht I can for any thlug I believe worth fighting for. And witn tnat pur-pon in mind I shall now open the and fight for the principles of tho democratic party und the governorship of Kentucky from this day until the November election. I am not going to attempt to mako you n speech tonight. I want meroly to thank you for the nomination. No man could bo moro gratbful to tbo democracy of Kentucky for tho honor you huvo conferred upon mo this day than am I. No man would have done moro for ray so cam-palg- ture, and to allay excitement, tho accepts tho soft Impeach ment of tho ticket, hide, horns, Goebel Ladles' Oxfords 4 Sc, and all ! and, slnco the victory Is forcMen's low cut Shoes 'ic, ed upon It, precisely llko tho victory A few piece Malting l'JJe. forced upon tho United States In tho war with Sna n It will shlrK nono ol tho responilbllltle. Wo predict that tho ticket headed, by Senator Goebel, will sweep the Stnto fore nntt Bfu It will draw to It tho voting mantiooo of Kentucky. It will reunite tho party In tho State nnd will open to tno uemo-cra- u of tho nation a prospcct.'and hopo not hitherto conceived uy any oi us. Wo risk nothing In predicting tnai Tho Uhcnpett Home In Town. beforo tho day of election this Goebel ticket will not need the machinery of T.D. HANKY, Manager, tho Goebel law; that tho head of the ticket will bo tho most popular candi Uranch stores at Kliiubcthlown.JKIkton, Owemboro, Shu'byvllle, Versailles, iUrdij date tho democratic party has put In tho field for governor slnco tho wnr of town, Hopklusvllle, Madisonville, MorcatifieM, Crorgclown Ky , ,ClaikKvll!c, Term. secession; and that, surely olected governor, he will mako a great governor. ! All hall, King Goebel, the hope, not merely of tho reunited democracy of Is to the House what tho State, but of tho young, tho fro o tho noblo manhood of Kcntncky. Cheap Lawns CARPETS 20TO 50C The Louisville Store. PAINT CLOTHING Conic to Sec Us. NOT THE SLIGHTEST DOC1IT. swift KtiyxX i! The democratic State convention, In lu wisdom, has selected Senator Wil liam Goebel as tho nomlnco of a reunit ed party, and In doing so has put the leadership In tho bands of a man whom every democrat In tho State can cheer fully and ardently suport. Senator" Goebel Is not an experiment. Ho Is ono of the best known public men in' tho State and his achievements and vlcwsfare familiar to every Kentuck-Ia- n who lakes an interest in public af fair. That he will bo olected there not tho sllghtckt doubt In tbo world I and It Is equally certuln that ho will mako a firm, fearles and upright ex ecutive. Louisville Times. ' ) Is to tho Man. A coat of nlco Paint will add at much to tho appearance of your dwelling aa a .N'ew Suit will add to yours. Wo sell tho licit llrands of SIM Paints, Leads And Oils. Penny's Drug Store. ' Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. Tho painting season Is here. We with to call your attention to the fact that we keep the llest Heady Mixed 1'alnts, Oils, VdrnUhes, Urustios, Ac,, in tho market. T. J. Curtis sold to Sheriff Billing ham, of Platto City, Mo., his lino buy I sUlllon, Curtis Squirrel, for .l)0. Curtis Squirrel Is a full brother of Our lino of Toilet Articles, iiich an Toolh ItrusliiB, Hair Ilrushoi, Comb, Soapi ' and of the very belt quality. Corro Goido, which J. W. Bale eold Ac , is complete, PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from the Purest and Best tlrtjgi ub ' long ago for 2,600. Richmond not Prices reasonable. Wo solicit ) oar patronage. taiuahlu Register. Tho Advocato say that Lovo Llllard & and Richard Cobb have returned from a trip to Ohio, and also to Bourbou and other counties In Kentucky, where they OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO purchased a lot of very lino Shorthorns, o o of which they now own ubout 00. o o Hudson Bros, of Loulsvlllo,uouglit o o nf Inn (Smith n null nf mnrn mulen for o o J225 and from Diddle &. Flowers u pair jo o Hundreds of sheep have O o for $180. o changed hands In this county at 2 to o 3c Adair Now. o It is now assured that tbo L. & N. Beady Mixed Paints for all Purposes. o will build a branch lino from soma o point on its road in Laurel county to o -Clay county, and that this Manchester, o will bo dono In tbo Immediate future. o Sold tor tlo LOWEST CASH Prices. o The real swell thing Is tho puro o wblto silk or satin shirt waist, mado o in tho greatest simplicity of stylo, say g o woman 8 uomo ioiupuaiun, uuu ib worn with a black skirt of not. A solorcd fair will bo held at Louis vllloAug 22 to 20. TOILET ARTICLES CRAIG HOOKER. White Lead, Linseed Oil, Wall Paper and Alabastine W. B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooononn AWOKDTOTIIU PATKONS OF A Family Carriage COLLEGE. If you have not already Paid your Tul tion Dills, pleato call on Mrs. Saulloy at tho College a soon as convenient and pay the amount. Wo are in pieuilng need ' of money. WILLIAM SHELTON, President. That combines beauty and comfort with convenience, ia pno of our well made, eay riding and elegant Surreys. It Is unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give more hatisfactlon fo' family use limn other car-- r age made Wo are them Cheap and Fan. sellK gen-or- B. K. Opp. Wearen & Son, o Coort-ll- iw, Stanford, Ky, -- - ""VJ1,? rrgji:rt..tf',Oja3t ,,.,..,. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. Mrs. J. A. go to pross. Is Allen Is Just allvo as wo - Junk 30, 1899 0. Walton, Bubinem Manaoku. Soda Watkk, Ico cold, pure and most refreshing ut Penny's Drug Store. TllK boit material comblnod with care, skill and accuracy Iniuro Rood result. eo other method aro uror used In our proscription work. Ponny't Drugstore. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SSIP. Miss Mary Walker, of Garrard, with Mrs J. C. Hays. Carroll Portman, of Richmond, Is visiting his parents hero. Ji C. VOIIIS. a Dnnrllln ntinrnnv. una sworn In to practlco In tho court horo. 1IH MARY HEAZLEY Is visiting Misses Allco and Llzzlo Hudson at Lancaster, Mil. Edward Stover, of Noshvlllo, Is visiting his pretty sweetheart, Miss Mattto Hopper. Geo. D. Florence, deputy poitmas-to- r, Is throated with fever nnd A. B. I'lorenco Is helping his lnther at tho postolllco. t ,l 1 X Mil Thomas McHoiikrts, of Danville, was up Wednesday to see his a son. Miss Fhkda Mkikh Is III with mala- sister, Mrs. Kllznboth Hlgglni, who Is Improving. rial over. Hon. It. C. Warren says tho ticket T. II. Shanks Is attending ChautauIs a winner. "I ate for itandngolnst qua at Lexington. Mu. H. K. Wkaiikn scnt vsvcral every paper that Is against It. Consequently I hnvo ordered my Dispatch lays In Lexington. Mils. V O. Hanky, of Danville, was Stopped." Mil OEOROE D. MaiiaN, of Danville, up yesterday to co Mrs. J. A. Allen K. U. I'OWKI.I., of Lincoln, was vhlt- - sends us word that ho has dubbed himThe Advocate should use Its spectaWhile driving down from RichIni; his old friends hero. Adair News, self "Happy Gcorgo" slneo tho nomi- cles. Tho dato of tho Husionvlllo fair mond yesterday a snark frnm n. it. MltS. V. II.lSltANNAMAN, of Wlldlc, nation of so splondld a ticket, nml that Is July 20-tdays, lnstcnd of Aug. Brock's cigar set flro to his pants Is at Jo.o'ph I'rlcu Inllrmary for treat- "Happy Jack" Miller Is not happy at 8, as it appears In tho list of fairs that anu ourncd them to such an extent ment. paper publishes. an, compared wun himself. that ho bad to wraptbo lap robo Mil. E. T. PKNCKand Ilttlo daughter, around his legs when ho got out hero IN conncctlou with my building and LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Katie, are visiting relatives In Mis to proventan exposure. loan nvestment business, I have added souri. Dalton for flno watch repairs. real cslata and will bo glad to wait on "lOUR paper was tho first in tbo Mits. V. C. Shanks and son, Hart-we- ll, a tho-1who want to buy or sell proporty. country to start a ly are visiting her parents In Lexand Fine watch repairing at Hamilton's. Cull on mo. J. C. Hemphill, Laucas-tc- r, now you mnko an her Ml o ington. by Ky. Coal Oil Stoves at Cost. Warren fc adopting popular pric?i. 'Hurrah for MltH. Lovk LlU.AUD Is spending the week at tho Kontucky Chautauqua, Shanks. Liiikrty Fair. Secretary W. B. tho Interior Journal!" said our old Lexington. Queenswahk ut reduced prices at Coenran writes us that Casey county friend, Mr. B. F. Slavln, of Danville, Miss ANNIK Tiiuuilk, of Junction Hcaztoy .V Carter's. will hold 0 threo days' fair at Liberty nuu iius ittnun it ncany a.quartcr ol a century. City, tctH several days with Mrs. W. commencing Aug. 1st. Chicken feed wlicat for salo cheap. good nows to hundreds ofThis will bo Cocaine Fiends. A gentleman A. Trlbblo. pcoplo who In FkmxG. Fox, Ksq ,of Danville, was J. II. Uaughman & Co. had rather go to a fulr at Liberty than position to know tells us that cocaine hero Wednesday attending to n cao In fiends aro found hero by tho scores, but We havo plenty of coal for thresh- attend tho Paris Exposition. circuit court. mostly among colored people It Is by ers. J. II. Haughman it Co. Mu. J. W. POWKM. and Mrs. Nanyou think of the nomina"What do . far cheaper than morphine and Is grownie llarpor, of the Vol Knd, aro at Look-ou- t for mid lummer bargains, tions?" was nsked Col. W. G. Welch ing alarmingly popular. Ono druggist on his return from Louisville. "After Uusscll Springs. Sco noxt ad. Scveruncu ,fc Sons. wns so troubled with tho Ave cent trado being on tho ground nnd seeing tho In Mils. LucvSt. Ci.Aiitihas returned Diso wheat drills, newest patterns Imbecility of tho opposition, l nm sat- I that fearful drug, that ho adopted a from Home, On., where she has spent rule to shut off on It entirely. of tho Kmplro ut Hcazley .V Carter's. isfied Gocbcl Is tho best and strongest the last six months. man that could bsvo been nominated. MIKHK8 SUIHK'ANI) M0I.I.I1-- . ItlLKY, Peculiar Caiiiiaoe. Mr. John COTTAOEon Iimt Main street next to of Londou, pasted down to Lebanon ray rcsidonco for brought us In a cabbago yesrent. Geo. B. Wcnrcn. Tho rest of the ticket is very satisfactory." yctcrdayo visit friends. terday with two heads, ono big firm A ROYALovation was tendered Judge Mkh. J. II. CitOCCll .and the twins, Juikii: Saltley returned from Lou- ono and nnother fairly good ono which Uubyaud 1'carl, went to Cincinnati Breckinridge on his return to Danville. isville enthusiastic over the nomina had grown In tho roots of tho vegetayesterday to visit relatives. 1 Is tions. "It U tho strongest tlcke t thut ble. It Is of the Early Summer varieJi'LY hero. Don't wait but cotno Mi.sskh Tannic Shanks and Ollvo ntoneo and cttlo with me. H. C. could hove been named," said he "nnd ty, but Mr. Engleman, who Is a great Woodson sienl rovcral days with Miss I nra confident that It will be eleetcd by admirer of Senator Goobel, has named Kuploy. Virginia How man lit Danville. tbo old tlmo majority. Goebcl is In It the Gocbol cabbage and thinks everyMkh. 1'iiank CitAVKic and son, Char-liWe will store your wheat cheaper many respects a most remarkable man body should sow that seed. It seems who huvu been visiting at Mr. J. thnn you can handlo It at homo. J. H. 110 nas ,uu uoiuiu-oion- o won 111 do a moro uetnonstrated his ability us a W. ltout's, have returned to Maditpn, Haughman & Co. leader of men und I am sura ho will appropriate naroo for two cabbajo Mo. heads. Compositor. Tin: Stanford colored baso ball club grow In jwpularlty till tho day of elecII. UovvaN Saitlky, of this olllcc.ls tion. Tho stories of his Intrigue, chl beat tho Danville team i:i to 'J at tho The entertainment given by Mrs. J. an honorary vlca president of tho cancry and failure to keep promises are S. Otrsloy. Jr., In fair, which begins July 'M and latter' grounds yesterday. untrue and I am euro that ho and his Pickett, of Shelby,honor of Miss Bcsslo lasts three days. nnd Mr. M. L. Ows-loMany of young people will take followers acted In better faith than Wednesday evening, was attended Missks Minva Pauiu: I'llELi's and advantage our of tho Invitation to attend many of bis accusors. Judgo Brcckln by a scoro or moro of riorenco Myers aro visiting Mr. and tho owning hop at Crab Orchard to- rldgo will bo worth many votes to the joyed every moment, couples who enMrs. Silas Stofcr, of Mt. Sterling. of night. ticket, which I heartily endorso from sped on angels' wings. tho hours that Richmond Heglster. Misses Linda beginning to end." and Emma Owsley, Kato Alcorn and Mu. M. C. Williams has rented Dr. Wanted. Comotent men and J. P. Peyton's cottage on Logan avefor general work and dining room. With reference to tho row that oc- Messrs. A. S. Price. J. R. Bush nnd G. A. McRobcrts entertained very denue and will move his family down Apply at once. Mrs. I. F. Steele, Von- - curred hero on tho evening tho convenfrom Ml. Vernon next week tion was held, Mr. G. W. Pulllam lightfully. Partners to refreshments, domo Hotel, Ilustonvllle. JuixiK Uailuy and J. T. Kmbry, tho writes that wo did him an Injustice, which woro very elegantly served, wero TiMiiEit Land Wanted. Anv one Stouu men of tho Lincoln county dele that ho had no trouble with Judgo Bai secured by matching cards, tho process gation, got buck yesterday and are hnvlng tlmbor or timber land for salo ley, whom ho has alwajs udmlrcd and creating much merriment. Tho final very enthusiastic over tho ticket nom will hear of a purchaser by consulting supported. He also says he never bolt- hour camo all too soon and tho happy A U. bine, Stanford, Ky. ed but onco nnd that was when tho guests departed after many thanks to Inutcd. Gkokok D. Weatiikutokd and Mayor Menefee Is having Main gold standard people tried to thrust It tho hostess for furnishing them so Jones Haughman, of Ilustonvllle, were Street covered with metal. It will down his throat. As to tho statement much enjoyment. Iwro getting special premiums for the spoil driving for a while, but It Is the that Jess Lynn knocked him down tho UND AND STOCK." steps, he also objects, but ho sajs ho ilustonvllle fair. They met with fair only way to keep It In order. did throw hhnoll. "Lynn afterwards success. July wheat closed at 701 at Chlcngo ARM Broken. 4 Uobert Saulloy fell mo of culling him a liar, but I yesterday. .mil bAM knolkman bad n severe 1 Wednesday night nnd his friends from bis blcyclo tho other day and told him I did not and I again deny scll Forly acres of C. Vanoy's wheat was feared his end hud come. Ilu was un broke tho small bono of his right arm that I did or tbut he kicked mo and de- so poor that ho didn't try to eavo It. between tho wrist and tho elbow. nounce both charges as utterly false." conscious 10 hours, but revived and Is Tho Russell Springs fair date la Aug. getting on fairly well. 7. V. L. Wilson is secretary and Liiieral. In addition to their great The Jkssk M. ALVKKSON, an original low price clearance salo Severance & Wells, suit of Claudo Becker, by A. N treasurer. his noxt frlond, for $5,000 dam-ngGoobel man, has returned from Louls- - Sons are giving away S. H. Shanks sold o J. H. naught during July somo against the L. fc N went off tho villo, proud of tho success of his favor- humleotuachlnu. Sea show window. docket by peremptory Instructions of man & Co. his crop of about 500 bush ite. He did lino work for him before els of wheat at C5c. The tax books are now ready and Judgo Saulley. March 10, 189S, In an William Myors bought of Robert and during tho convention and has a your taxes are due. Muko It a point to attempt to rescuo Mary VanArsdalo, Williams a right to crow. bunch of heifers at .Tie and who hud fallen In front ol un approachMil W. 1'. IUlNBB, of Livingston, eomo prepared to pay at July court us ing train, on tha Knob Lick bridge, a fow steers at4c. was here this week, flu tells us that my tuna Is limited. Sara M. Owens. Tho first wheat marketed In Louis which they wero crossing, tho boy sufnow side tracks uro being put in and Sheriff. fered injury either by being knocked ville this season was raised In Jefferson coal bins built at his town, which bo Adams. Uandall Adams, ngod 31, from tha bridge or fullim from It. Tho county and sold at 70c. thinks will soon bo a city. Lots of Frank Holtzclaw has sold 100 or so died Wednesday of throat trouble at judgo hold that It was recklessness to building Is going on, ho says. of his Oregon Fultz wheat for his brother-in-law'Wm. Halo. A attempt a rescuo wnon tho train was in bushels 1'ltOK. i:. L. Ghuiiiis is hero deliverwlfo and five children survive Ho so short a dlstanco and gavo instruc seed at 75c and has moro to bcII. ing "Illustrious Americans," a book of J. E. Lynn sold to Pony Beazley 43 tions to Und for tbo railroad. Tho girl intense interest and valuo. IIo tolls us lived In tho Fast Knd. was grounu to pieces ana there is a fcodtng cattlo for October delivery at that our rather previous announcement The mercury was below 00 yesterday suit for her killing pending In "maraun ui8o som blm 15 for tho of his election as principal of tho Junc- morning and it was almost cold enough Boylo Circuit Court. Judgo Alcorn same delivery at samo prlco. tion City High School, knocked him for flro. After tho lntcnso boat waves, was C. II. Smith, tho Chicago Board of assisted In defending tho suit hero out of tho job ho thought ho had nailed those Ilttlo cold waves aro delightfully by Judgo C. R. McDowell. Harding & Trado man, has purchased tho crack down. refreshing and revivifying. colt, Lieutenant Gibson, Kawllngs woro tho plaintiff's attor. A. A. McKiNNEY Is back from Washneys and thoy brought tho suit just from Baker & Gentry for $10,000. OUR delinquent subscribers will bear ington whoro bo went In tho Interest W. J. Banna & Co., sold last week to four days before tho tlmo for bringing of bis effort to bo appointed bank ex- in mind that In ordar to got tho benefit D. Davis & Son, of Loulsvlllo, 140,00j of our reduction In subscription to $1 ttoxplrcd. Garrett, of Princeton, has aminer. pounds of wool at 20o. Tho wool filled Dcboo's endorsement, but tbo Senator a year thoy must pay up arrearages. The 4th of July procession will form 12 box cars. Harrodsburg Sayings. Is tbo Mako u nolo of this and sottlo at onco. on Danvlllo Avonuo near tho railroad is noxt for Mr. McKlnncy, who Sales of 75 cows and heifers at 3 to second best backed and recommonded Great preparations aro being mado at 10 A. M. and passing down Main 4c; 00 bogs at 3.35 and 104 ewes and man of tbo 10. to mako tbo 4lh of July celebration Street will go as far us Mrs. Wood I u lambs at $3.50 and 80 wethers at 3 aro 1 Mil. J. A. DOTY, who was a Stono horo a success and it will 'doubtless Halo's pasturo and turn around. Re- reported In tbo Winchester Democrat. dolcgato, spent soveral hours hero draw llko a sticking plastor. Wo turning it will stop at court squaro Levi Myors sent us a saraplo of his from Louisville, whoro ho was promise a novel ontortalnmont and In- wbcro Miss Ksslo Buret) will read tho wheat, which shows that ho Is one of a guest during tho convention of Col. vito everybody to corau and onjoy It declaration of Independence and tho tho few who has a good crop. Tho av Dennett II. Young and tho Pcndonnts without monoy and without price. other exercises bo hold. Persons along er afo was four grulns to tho "mash bulldozer Jim Club. Mr. Doty called the lino aro requeued todceorato tbolr GO the sent. The party glvon last night by Mrs. houses. Tho management asks us to and C.toAllenhoad In tbo handfulChamWilliams down during ono of tho warm sold to Smith & II. sessions and characterized him asu W, A. Trlbblo In honor of Miss Mary say that tho fireworks will bo under Us bers, of Sholbyvlllo, a very flno yearpup, which Williams took llko a Ilttlo Hall, of Muysvllto, was a very swoll entire control and that no outsldo busl ling Polled Angus bull that weighed affair and greatly enjoyed by a largo nessof tho kind will bo allowed. It also mun. 1,200 pounds for $150. Georgetown Joskpiiink Hkid gave a lunch- number of guosts. Tho lawn was il- asks us to suy that while everybody Is Times. Miss luminated and everything was recher- Invited, thoso who carry concealed eon to day in honor of Miss Woodson, Jonus Well purchased Saturday of C. of Kansas City, and Miss Shanks, of che. In tho game of hearts und mlts, dcudly weapons uro notoxpected, unless M. Clay, Jr., :V0 lambs at 5 conts. Stanford, who aro visiting Miss Vlr- - Miss Smith, of Danville, and W. S. they leave thum ut homo. Tbo band Tboy will bo shipped to Jorsoy City ulnla liowman. Leo Hancy, Hereford Kmbry palrod and woro married, Bud's music will bo under tho charge of C. C, und aro as lino a lot us over loft BourSmith, Hurt Goodloc, Arthur Allen, other sweethearts will bo sorry to bear. Curson und G. W. DoBord and all tho bon. Paris Kontucklan. ' R. G. Denny, W. P. Glvens and CorSam Nichols und Mlcah Chrlsman aro Tbo refreshment were fine and worn best singers of town will furnish tho onjoyed. Tho wholo enter- vocal music. Thoso uro requested to nelius Vanoy sold their crops of wheat, trulnlngfora trip afoot to Mammoth greatly aggregating between 4,000 und 6,000 Cuvo. Tboy will visit tho cavo somo tainment was all tbut tho most fastid- meet at Odd Fellows Hall tonight to bushels, to Sam Forsytho, of Hurrods-bur- g, to walk through ious could ask and overybody went practlco. Lot everybody come and time In July and oxect ut 07o delivered on tbo cars at away happier for havlngbcen present. have a big tlmo. Junction City. in four days. Advocate. Horn to the wlfo of Theodora Powell If you want your watch or Jowolry The jurors wero discharged ycsto'r properly repaired take It to Dalton, day and circuit court wl finally adjourn tomorrow. Fon Kent. Storo room on Main Street In Interior Journal building-- . Doos got Into E. P. Woods' snoop tho olhor nlsht and 11. tr The TwIco-a-WcInterior Jour- gunning yesterday blllm! killed ..m and Is only II a year cash. Ilemembcr threo nal .m that. -A warrant Banoino Fork Is so low that Mr. J. perjury In tho against Gabo Elkln, for II. Brlgbt'a mill has been Idle for a wealth against case of tho CommonTom Blco lor seduction, week or tnoro. Ho ran tho year round was sworn out by Mr. Rico and tbo last year. trial set for tomorrow. The Southorn End did not cot a A FEW of tho Hardin and Htonn mnn drop of tho good rnln which fell hero arc dying hard, but will soon bo over Wednesday evonlng, Mr. J, G. Martin, and thoy will bo us it strong Goebel men tho mall carrier, tolls us. as anybody. Tho family fight Is done. WE carry tho lire risk on all stored I: us an lino up now for the battlo wheat and load It on cars frco of against tho common enemy. chargo Should you not sell, bring it Held In Padgett, to us. J. H, Haughman ,V Co. James Robinson and Cicero Bastln . Wheat. John Bright tells us that wero held over to circuit court In tho nverago of tho wheat In this coun- Squlro Singleton's court at Klngsvlllo ty threshed so far, Is only 8 bushels to yesterday in $100 for attempting to detho aero, w"hon It generally averages tain a Mrs. Loveless, In which they wero unsuccessful. 14. ck 100.-Klrtlcy hroo THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. MI.w,l,nI0,,,1,'e,?8V,p,0",,,,leG,,llcrJrlnCentr',, Kont'icky, having been re- - 3 THESE LENSES FLATTER. Just latest Designs it) Jtfouldigs, received a largs stock of tho very Patterns never sold in this locality beforo-ha- ve to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suit- - JZ1 J r,F'eJC: qu 0 dainty will save nu money. 1 frame. lu' "1 M,,,l8 , moulding, specially suitable for C'J,ors' 8ntl " ""es th.t ro. Danville, call .nil see ... and got our prices. Wo FrCnCh Wn,er "Hr-De.Ll- 124 Third Slrcet Opposilo Post Ofilco, Danville, Ky. GRAND CELEBRATION To be given at Stsnford July 4th will bring an immense crowd. Our Storo is located Just In front of the e and you aro cordially Invited to come and view the cen-trai- l? court-hous- StreetParade,Races,&c From our placo and make yourselves at home in our homo, We will have all the m 0 seml-wcck- ton-strlk- FANS AND ICE WATER Ilequlred to kecp'you cool. Our itoclc of ) DRYG00DS.N0TI0NS.SH0ES Are the best ever brought to Stanford, and prices as low as was ever named on ilar goods. We will offer sim- Special : Inducements Remember wo pay highest Throughout the different departments for this occasion. market price for eggs. m ... ... JOHN P. JONES. e, IIus-tonvi- tle y, ST . IIVSSSSIflvVSBtaMEaRHK JTkMSHi kWSkWX tflbBklfaBiBViSM kskHskkkstisVr wo-ii.- July 1st This China is given with purchases of The above cuts are representations oi a few pieces of Handsomely Decorated, hand painted china, now on exhibition in our window, which we intend giving away free to our customers. Ae guarantee that our prices on goods will remain tho same. This Special Offer is made for the purpose of increasing our trado nnd showing tho people that we truly appreciate their patronage. tuts ware Is rapidly taking the place of WhiteGranito or Iron Stone China. It has that soft, white, velvety finish; is of the finest qua ity, and without doubt tbo best in the world. Tho shapes are the very latest patterns and have been designed to mpft the tastes of the most fastidious. It is only by our guaranteeing to use a large quantity of this ware that we have been ahlo to get it at a price that puts it within tho reach of all. Our assortment consists of Cups and Saucer, Pio Plates, Breakfast Plates, Din-nPlates, Platters. Covered Dishes Cream Pitchers. Rucar Howls, Tea Pots, and um vuiiiig e su which goes io uiaKe upsriAfi Bfri UlatlbS wewiu necm limner tickets wit i the amount of each cash purchase Saturday er ut $1 to $44, J m 15-1- SEVERANCE&SONS es LOOK! i .Wo Sell. s, i'0 New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Eldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. If you need a Machine call In, we can suit you. HIGGINS & McKiNNEY. Four flMiniMi Fast Trains JttMGN&k. to... $mm& CSHisVSj POINTS Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA 3 trttiu on Sunday. 4 trslnl try vttk-diy- , llillman and Wagner Birr pcrs Vr.tibulol oil night trains. I'arlor Csr on Jay train. y Otrln(tvry 4 tialna w wfik-di- y Sunday 3 train on Sunday Vcatlbulcd tralua, Standard auJ Compartment Sltcplng Cars, I'arlor Cart, an J Caf Dining Car. IV IUnIUIQf IP inUIAIM! UUO ; S 4 tMliu ivtry wttk-Ja- to CHICAGO 1 t Tiffi INTERIOR JOURNAL Ii'blJjU.4'X.Aay" -- At- IMFNEWSMTATrtN. IWVLCi n, 4rrWTi $1 PER YE ARC ASH charged. m-- When not k paid fflg.OO will he Benjamin ton, an old roan o( Boi-tokilled hU wlfo with an ax. A Memphis woman has sued a lnstttuto for killing her husband. Thn Ifnnineltv School of Mcdlolno graduated 21 younj; doctors Wednes day- . TW01VO T&s Ho. 34 Train going Norm TIME GIRD KENTUCKY CENTRAL ilVISION. ArrrlTesatSMinfordat Ho. No. 4 I,eaTe. Stanford at - 2 10 A. M. BAT. No.il Arrives at Uowlind it 1:00 r. 2:8 No. M Lear Stanford at KNOXVILLEDIVISION. :J m. 21 oM " " " " South " jJMpm In as am U52pui For tllirolDtt. EO'IOH TICKETS SOU). HAGOAOE CHECKED TllHOUOn. For any Information enquire ol JOE S. MCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FBAMKFOrTaND CINCINNATI. Train, leire Frwltfort it 7 a. . and S: M P. v., onoectlng it Georgetown with U.. A C. and reach-la- c Pari! t 8:40 A. . and 5.10 r. M. Leare rarla elVlJA. V and 5.30 P. it., connecting it George-tow- n with Q A C. and reaching Frankfort it 9:15 " """ 'JOSEPH It. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. QUEEN A CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City u lollowi: .1I 02 p m No.2North.41ipm Ko. South .1I60 m "4 " H.t " 1 lliousana muu nru u" .i.i to bo on a strike at tho Chicago stock ynrds. nwW tn Mrs. MoKinlov's 111 health, tho president has abandoned his Pacific coast trip. John Wllburn was sentenced at Now Orleans to bo hanged for murdering his mlstrces. Luther Ulake, a boy residing near Carlisle, was killed by being thrown from a horto. s Chemical Works Th0 at Camden, N. J., was damaged by flro to tho extent or HUU.iwu. Near Lexington, Ga., a Xegro killed girl because she failed to a bring him a drink of water. Lawrenco fiscal court has discontinued tho uso of its road machine and ordered tho overseers to do tho work. All the members of a family In North Carolina who ato of a chicken which had been bitten by a mad dog died. A negro editor was killed at Tampa, Fla., for criticising an officer who had forcibly vaccinated a nogro woman. Five hundred children will sing old war songs and national airs at tho bluo and gray reunion lu Princeton August Moro-Phlllp- ......, D. N. Prowltt bought sorao fat cows in thU community nt 31 i Ilob- Will Curry sold his lambs to Hon B. W. Utvens so.u u. . lnonal6o. hogs at 3.3.. Prowltt (omo Wheat Is not so good a was expected and but llttlo was expected In this com- GOOD FARM FOR SALL, PARIVI FOR SALE ..tassasaawasasawa"'! OR TRADE. " u.ir.. t d ISa'irt. Ixicated near TttrnoraTllle and eontalnli R rleadld f.rm e'V.1""r,.,n.1nS.""ueil 'i"'i1.w,vh ij, Known a the Hrurgrr piace, Wmlle.fmni the ""J.1 it twn ffnod tlwelllnire. It woll water. good firming roenlrr. fence and tho land U In a wl, .under giMKl .... .1..... tV.ll .All tt.ltftllt. , ..-1- . Address Ho I11CII atato I.I CUI HI l. r. ,, ,..,.-- .. iri .' ( J) 8. M. OWEN'S, AorxT. (JO) ly, aOAcrm. lltinn '.'" t'f'.r Dr. Doolln, of Pulaikl county, Is his sister, Mrs. P. C. ltankln Mrs. Ed Kceton will sturt In a fow days to spend a few months In Idaho for her health. Mis Llzzlo Uoocti is making her homo at Mrs. Salllo fcu- lianbut fur l fW ItlOnttU. J. J. Wolkcf thinks It pay to shelter everything and is now building a largo neu to ins nhw itnek barn. Tho many friends o Thomas Wood, of Maywood, woro de vis-itl- munity. YEARS Why let your nelehbors know it? And why cive them chance to guess you are even rive or ten years morcr Better give them good reasons tor cuestine the other way. ItTs vcy caty; for nothing tells of age quickly as gray hair. Pretty Home For Sale. d The Cook property at If uatonrllln linffer-e- a for sale privately. The dwelling Is commodious frame building of to looms. In reasonably g(xl repair, while the lot contain 10 acre of splendid land The outbuildings am good and there l convenient to the residence a No. 1 cittern. TVro l no prettier or more convenient borne In Central Kentucky and a Imgnln can lie. had In It, For further particulars call on J. II. Cook, ftanfonl, It) lluitonvllle, or O. II. ?. A. L JONES, Stanford Ky. .rTkTV DENTIST, i.adl WTrmmmmm OJlftDU 0xr. W. S. BBAZLEY, 1). D. S., FlinnlO Ball is dwelling to a new porch. treating her Mrs. Ella Harris attended tho dedication of the now Christian church near nrtnln H.tnnlnr. lighted to tee him in this community Mr. Lniicnstcr. Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vltallu d Air. ! J. S. MURPHY, Agent for tbe Walter A. Wood Machino Co., Arnlilto agent for Hustonvllle, Sunday, and reports a ouuu-lo- The strlko of the employes at tho Chicago stock yards, which It was do not stop. 9ndl0run no furind 2 thought had been sottled, has broken ther thin Junction City. out afresh. Cant. Noel Gaines and Juno Kersey, as first Lieutenant, were mustered in as the officers of tho Frankfort compa ny of tho Stalo guard. A woman whoso husband was lost oy khe sinking of the French steamer La Bourgogno recovered damages ot iw,-0francs in France. Flvo men wore scalded by tho col- lapsoof a steam fluo on a steamboat Made from pure near St. Louis. Two died anu tue cream of tartar. other threo will probably succumb. Sheriff John D. Davis anu lormcr county clerk, Willis Mcridlth, have food been Indicted by tho h,draon6on county grand jury for mnlfcosanco in ofilce. Tho local option election in Boxvllle, Union county, resulted la a dccislvo Alum balon? powders are the great tut victory for the drys. Of tho 23j votes tnrnactrs to health of the present day. cast 100 of them were for local option. bovai. wim mm co., tw ram. Tho cruiser Chicago sailed for South Africa to afford protection to Ameriof war be The Southern Mutual Inrestint Cmpanj, can Intnratu in tho event tween Great Britain and tho Transvaal. Tho steamship St. Paul, took to Ku Of Lexington, Ky. ropo 391,000 ounces of silver and the Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. National City Bank of New York.ship-pe- d 82,550,000 In gold to Europe this at week. We Pay While You lire. Dr. Loew, an expert pathologist Of Old Line Companies Pay When You Lie. the agricultural department, has do voloped a new treatment for germ diseases which he believes will supersedo Of er tlJO.OOO laid In llrlng IwneflU. Orer oO.OJO lleserre nd Surplui the serum Idea. II HNFj, WEAKEN. Local A Kent.. Sullivan, . ......v:: v;.i, . ". '.. i U" Henry A. Catron, ofwas 05, Ind., Johnnie?" 2131I1J1LI1U Dlftiuuiut AlA.i, A. Lexington, Hy. but has "Hash !" Answered Johnnie nover drank until he nnvpr heen sober durlnc tho five years since, In which tlrao he has blown in DEAKNIS CANNOT HE tl'IlED 870,000 for whisky. IhedU-riiemade by cable a by locil application!, thertannot rch wr to Mai fiin. Otis has portion of Ifceetr. There U only one renie-ol-n U ly con.tltutlpml thit detailed report of tho situation In the cure dcAfueM ind cud by n Inflamed Heifneu U Philippines. Tbo rainy season Is on ;.,..,,. .. i7.rt.e.ifl.i vam haw a rum Mln if ...1 and little campaigning is dono. The mod or taptrtel hei.lnf. . -- hen 1 1. ntlr. ly rebels aro badly scattered. tuition cm be tiken out nd th tube relorl Henry Stewart, tho Negro, who rob to lt nurinil condition, heiring will tw destroyed out oj ten "'." Hamilton, another foreter;U nine ; but nn lntliuied' mudlllon of the bed and shot Gall nothing which 'i..rn. and robbed tho section boss, lul.'u,'y"..r;.. H.JI,,. for.nrriM. tint Choat, wus lynched by a supposed Ne- of lifnei (muHd by riunh' bend cinnot for tlrcuberured by JUU'i Oitirrh Cure, gro and white mob at Fulton. F J. Cheney a Ui, ioieuo,u. lir. free .sold by urumuti. ix. Tho American Sugar Hednlng Comcent Hill'i Family 1111s i re the- licit. pany has raado a reduction of per pound on refined sugars No. 10 and 13, and t cent reduction in numbers 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 10 and confectionary A. At a conference between the war department officials and tho president it was decided to enlist men for Philips. pine service at tho 70 recruiting Tho enlistments will bo for two Tbe Favorite Lino years under tho volunteer army law. Low John Kornstadt, of Harper, Kas , a IiOUT3VIL"LI3 TTnitRTll OF JULY HATES. old bov. has confessed to hav round-trl- p rates uro in effect from all ing murdered his cousin Nora, tho points on tho Queen & tresceni iwuw. daughter ol Tony Kornstadt, natnnf halo July 2. 3 and 4th. ask a farmer. Ho first assaulted her and your ugont for full particulars. Trains Morning and Kvening from Un- then throw her Into au abandoned woll, Y. P. a. C. i; ueiron, iiuum ion Station, lOtlt and Uroadway. where he was found lust wcunceuay. lOtii. Low rates via Queen & Cres The Carnegie Company bus accepted cent Route, Dales of salo July m to Passengers desiring information and rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, Nebraska an order from the Uusaian Imperial Otb. Only one change, ot ears to De ml points in tlto fur Went, Including Cal- Hullwuv CommUslon for 160,000 tons of troit. Liberal return limits. ifornia, should address steel rails at 828 per ton, tho delivery Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, Is In extending over two years. This Frank J. Heed, Gen. Ia8. A(;t , une 27 to July 0. Low round trip rults K. II. liacou, Din. l'uss. Agt, all probability, tho largest order over i ,,n nnmHi.t Crescent Itoute from given for steel rails to one concorn,and all points In Kentucky, good until July Viccl,res..Ss Gen. Mgr. W.U. McDoel, .... Charles II. Hockwcll Traffic Mgr. In a way shows tho boundless resources 0th returning, ask ucKet uKuu of the country. particulars. Tho fiscal court of Mason has purContral Holiness Camp. Wllraorc, chased threo remaining toll rouds, tbo July 8th to 10th. Tickets will bo sold Maysvillo and Lexington, tho Mason via tho Queen & Crescent Houto July Till. aud Bracken and tbo Maysvillo und 7 to 16 from all stations, Dry IUdgo to SYSTEM, Mt. Sterling. Tbo price to bo paid is Somorset Included, ut H fare for the SOUTH'S GKEI'l'EST $73,000. The guards and gates bavo round trip. Good to July 18th. Seo been taken off. There is great rejoic agents for particulars PENETKATF.3 ing throughout the city und county. (iii)itioi s NEWS Mason county was one of tho first to EIGHT GREAT STATES Inaugurate tbo free turnplko muvo und Come. iron. H. . "'?1 ' S' 1?1h1l1,J!i1t J: wh ch hd Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia tbe lust to secure free roads. Hreerof icrofuU.'I errlhU tun caud cured l would tut J tin North and South Uurollua, Tho Colorado Paris commission has hrr KrwtuUrlug ind th.bwt duo- Alabutna, Mississippi. i: contracted for a solid gold statue for iuu.i....ii!i1-tv.s?.ii,rtif.exhibition ut thu Paris Kxpositlon. , Sleeping ."r-'Tud iTy blood imrtuer iuow. rl.euui. ulcer., Tho design represents an i. .ii...,,u.. liter, '?'" TI' Utter, ult aiiitl.-- . tu d.lud girl, tho figure ot llfo size being cast in Low, u?..T.u i&XZ CiS p between LouUvllle anr1 the South, solid gold, 18 carats floe, tho cast with Ihriiftujth. Oil SOceuti. &oU by feuny, prugglit. Uuiliulccd m THREE DAILY TRAIN it bao being six lent four inches In height. It is estimated that 81,000,-00- 0 TUB KAQLC WWU or LL B,llM' Lexington worth of gold will be used. Tho Is noted for lu keomlRlit. clour aud dl Bach way between LouUvllle tad pediblul Is to bo of copper und pure tluot vlilou. Ho uro thue porous who tue . W. A. TUUK. a. P. A., eyt. KagloKye hulve for liver, standing flvo feet eight Inches Hulherluud-Washington, II. O. oro eye oi uy high, three square feet ut tbo top aud " styes, Boldutl'cUny'saf-'SceuU- .. W. 11. TAYLQE. A. 0. 1'. A. I lid. s c (eet four Inches at tbo bwe. LouliTllle. Ky Ho. Ho. Not. " " Mam .SOSpm 11 " " "10 " .48m .IStpm 00m 1 RoVal against alum Baking Powder Safeguards the 00 all paid. Mr. Dr. Wcsioy, of Middleburg, paid us a flying visit last Sunday. Sho is vUltlng her son, Dr. Wcsioy, at Lancaster, for a fow day. Miss Mattio Mattlogly has boon visit- lng relatives In this locality. Gcorgo Hoblneon and Bright Sutton aro contemplating going to Now Moxico for their health. Miss Lou Bright, or Middlcsboro, is visiting relatives hero and looking after her farm. Mamlo Underwood is visiting relatives In Lexlngtot Tho official stake book and list of entries in tho rich stako to bo contested during tho 27th annual meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lexington, next October, has been Issued and shows that tno oiu association retains all its prestige as the greatest trotting club lu tho world. There are oii horses named In tho 12 stakes an average of over 45 to tho race, tho largcn on record. Theroaro71 In the 810,000 ruturlty, Futurity, 03 in tho 85,000 19 in tho 810,000 Transylvania, 1" in the 81,000 Tennessee, CO In tho S.J.ouu Walnut Hall Cup. 31 In tho 83,000 Ash s, 47 In tho land, 60 In the Johnston, 03 in tho West, w in tno Kentucky, 43 In tbe Lexington and 33 In tho Wilson. 8&0.000 In stakes and purses will bo offeied by tho Kentucky breeders during the meeting, tho rich est program of tho year and It will be a grand meeting. 'Now, boys, I have a question In fractions to ask," said tho teacher. 'Supposo I have a piece of beefsteak and cut It into 10 pieces, what would thoso pieces bo called ?" "Sixteenths," answers ooo boy, after meditating a moment. "Very good. And now when the sixteenth are cut in half what would they bey" Thcro was silence In tho class; but presently a llttlo boy at the foot put up his hand. "Do you know, Blue-Grasconfl-dcntl- good crowd and tho debt on the g Ayer's N- Physician In attendance, ortlco In tho New Thompson Itulldlng. Ts tbe Lowry Grass Binding Tuine ihe..indeneet.ebliHl DR. W. L. LOADER, PHYSICIAN AND DltUOOIST, MCKINNBV, - KIJNTUC1CY, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ?,"- Ki.lsra.tllworll.uf me ""'1'li0J1w.,,"rhI T,1" - MACniME SUTPtlES AUD EirAIM. raooey. Call on iu and t will "'e yo J aMlllllIV.Turaersillle.Kr & Vigor Is a youth-renew- - Day or jev-M- color of youth. It never fails to restore color to gray hair. It will stop the hair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the LIVEEY. FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Hnri-- s and Mule constantly on band and for salo at all times. B. G. FOX, J. T. SUTTON, Untlortilcor, fluatonville, nd Casey wunlles - Kentucky "i cola d. f WOtter, his service, la the i ult stock ot toflosand Casl- etiilwirson hiud.Ma niger. I), 8. CariDler. - moves all dandruff, and prevents its formation. VTe have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you. It you do not obtitn ill the benefit! you expected frem the uot lh tjrr. write the duetur stMiut tt. rrolwbly there 1 tome difficulty ..I your renera. .Turin viuca IT baeatllt remoted. Addrett. Dr. J. C Aycr, Lowell, Mail. Thinhairbccomesthickhalr, and short hair becomes long hair. It cleanses the scalp; re- As 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Mason Hotel MltS. U. I). rIMION, : 1'ror.. Stanford. Ky. OlBesvT- - McKolwrU Prog Store In the Owtley lliiUdlsc. X2 Ijincastcr, Kentucky. Newly furnished, clmn beds; aplcndsd 1 ortefa Ublo. KTeiytlilng bV meet all trama. flnit-claa- a. TO THE FARMERS ! Finely L::itel eello, Kentucky, with Bride Ee:lien:e In JI:nU- 57 acres ei Lani well taprsved fcr Sale. AOOIDBNT INSURANCE. Only the liest companies reprcM-ntcd- . 11 Inipiirics follcitwl. It. II. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. LIFE &c All nations aro learning tbl o. OMburitc Where) Farm Implc-ntciit- s Succeed llln-der- It known ii the John Chrli-niThe iti'Te pwi-ertplace and It occupied nw by IaiiIi ((!ey The houe cvnlilnt S rooiut. fine well it kitchen and all door, a gml orchard anew outbuildings A new liarn, fenrinii tn good cultitatlon. malr and the laod Ina a gooditateof Are recently At we hit met with ereit lottbr we waul to tell Ihlt pnrty an.1 any one who want. It wnulil no wen to write 10 llayettllle.O. JAMES Iiatm rr tale a butlne-- e room. trlck We public lii 1'xWfert tn the H W corner of the or ojiurelu Montullo, Ky, and oceupte.1 Krrntai an eirhanee fur flour, meal nd feed. Thlt It at good a Hand at there It lu tlt Lincoln County National Bank. CapItU Stock,? lW,ty0. riutXYMor oilier fall: "" rspflallj our und Mowers Their (wrlrftlon Is crl-Itii- l material that to twlng Uuilt of tho '' ,h" money cfin buy Also Iwlng only perfect ItOl.LEU HK.lllMIr In exl.t-encuurlug at all lonAt lire. A full Hue of repair always Pen our Hay Tedders. Mtwelhlng new In this section. ntANK 110LTKJUVW. Matitord, Ky l.m tl tl addraa the alnte .Montlrello fur biitlDeta. For jqrtlculin tud H. C. RUPLEY. The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Kv., Ih Administrator's Sale. An udmlnlttrutor of tlio Oooch, ileoeuscd, wo will on toThe ranwn lUnk .1 Trml rMHio' dJ under Mm iiuDiriufiit rvotloui nil all fur ?J aiti. of William SK-y.- , Wetliicsclny, July xa, '99, the highest bidder this personal property of tho estate, to wit: At tlie Into reldencu of (Iicilent on Dlx Itlver In Lincoln county. Kv . ntwut (! mllot Kant of Stanford, soil at public auction to Solicits Your Bank Account, Hoping iueb butlueta reUtlon, will pro's ly beneficial aud pleasant. PlIlECTOllS- Kccclvhiu llH Spring & Hummer GoodH. mutual- d J.J. ii mllU cokh. One bull, 1) Two-enr-o- Wllllims, J. 8. Owtley, Sr, U'llllaiulioHh, Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed.' Give cattle. Unfurling cuttlu, 10 4 7 A. W. W, II. iTumiulcs, t'srnter, lliui a Call lietfrri., .ii head ot liore and miirct, sow. mid u lot of tlioatt. tii'.lltic hoci, 21 iiwtsand ouobuck, 27 21 J. E. Lynn. S. J. F. Cah, J. II. Ow.ler. kt . Ol'FICEIts: S. II. bhanki. Frrtldenl: sit 11. uailVTi AUiut 100 biirrvlsofcnrn In crib. A lot of furmlug linplcmeiits, liouii'liolil and Lltcht'ti furniture, 2 Ccpper Stills AnJ Worms And 40 Hash lamb. HVl.llriglit,Ait , J.C.cGLiAy lt-J- Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK -ll sta-tlon- Queen'& Crescent Tubs. OF BTANrOllP, KY. Tr.itM'. A crvdlt of four month on noto with l'ikm! security with lutereal from date Snrphi, S17.323 and payable In bank. No property to Ihj Capital Stock $100,000. removed until tho terms of salo arc com This Imtltutlon originally established a. the P.- piled with. llrntK W Goocii. po.lt lUnk ot Stanford In IM8, then reurganlicd ai l.Il.lll'UN (itMKII, W.U. (ItMKII. IheNitlonilllink of StaotoM In 1M1 andagtls Adtiilnlstrntors. ROUTE CHICAGO. "ij Iicllltles for transacting builnett proiuplly and lib m I would like to tuku options on good furtca el ally than erer before I u 111 long aud hunorablt lu Llm'iilii County, For leruia ntul nirllcu-lar- s career. Account! ot lndlflduals, fiduciaries, Uruir WM. LANIlOIlAr, address 20 Krlger. Ky. and lndlTlJuili solicited. OPTIONS ON FARWS WANTED. ! nurginlaeil aa the First National Hank of Stanford In 1881.bat hid practically anuDlotcrruptedeiltt- eiic fur II years. UNDEETAKEE,! And Dealer in It Is better supplied now wit. r ESS, SADDLSRY, &0 STANKOKl), KY, -- When You Nccd Your doltrbeup. F. Held, IJuculn Co.) IIukkv or Wngon I tt pi I nil " iM'nr In tulud I cuti do It gixd und S.T.llirrls, UIHICTOIS. J. W. Iliyden, Stinford B. If. Iljugnuuu, Docs Your Horse J. H. CRCER. J. S.lIocker, W.l Wilton T.I', lllll, W. A. Trlblle, " ' " HPP aTSsfisB! Need Blioelug V If mi bring lilm to Vernon me. Slulerlul hut udruueed but I J. 11 Collkr.Cub Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. will shuo Mm for too, M , P.Elmore, Htibfurd, VaSTl'JatJilsWl Stanford. Ky. A A orrtciai. J fi. llockcr, rresIJent; J. J. Mcltubcrti Caahlir. MeKlnnsr AstUUntCbler. Southern Railway Just Like a Mill. Ship-stut- .TO I. Through Cars !ttKK!S -.. You tako tour Vlieat and Corn to Morris Fred's Kxvhungu lu Win. Duughurtv'a slum m In Mun torn una get in cxciiuoge l lour unit r. Oliver Chilled plows and ltepulrs. Meal. You ran uImi buy Flour, Meal, Maltu Cultivators, bust In the world. Ilruti, Chicken Feed, Ac, cheaper ut Dcerlug Itoll und Hull lleurlng Hinders. my pluco thati'uny where In towu. A trial Decrlng Koll and Dull Ileurlug Mowers. Is all I uk. I iMilDve my exchange will bo lloycr Huckbourdi und llugglea. u good thine for farmers aud I pledgu liber Garden Plows and Double bhovels. al trunuictloiia and full weight. My goods Will puy market price for Wool. Backs como from DttddVrar's Dlx Itlver lloller furnished ury time. JlOItUIS FltEl), Jltlls aud ure AU kinds of Furniture und any piece or Tululihotio No. 0s. kind ot Harness ou waut. Call on 3 D. B. OAHPENTEK. IIuktonvii.mc, Ky. tlrst-clus- TO FARMERS. CINCINNATI RATES ON ACCOUNT THE GREAT MISSEVEL.VN XARUIP, The Seamstress. SAENGERFEST ON SALE NATIONAL Plalu and 1'iulilonublo Eowlng. Cutting and And willing to pay top prlcos lu cash for Water Works bt. Flttlug u Specialty. Chickens, Eggs, IVuthcrs, Ducks, Oee.e, Wo Mend VT'A.TTEID Olnsoug, Yellow Itoot, I Icon JUNE 8TTH TO JULY 1ST. OPPORTUNITY TO THE QUEEN OITY WITH THE. OROWD8 WHO WILLATTENDTHE NATIONAL MEETING OP OERMAN BINQ KR6. GREAT all kinds, Copper, lira, liou mid Hone. Also will bo lu tho market for wool, cycle Eopalrlng. me aud gtt uiy price before selling, and ten got ipot cash. Call at my houdiiuurters, THE DANVILLE CVCLE CO., PANVILLE, KY l'errlu & Pence's Olllce, near Deiut, btau-for- d, ltOiUNSON. Nv.llIThlrJbl. Ky fractures a&& Bo AU Elndi of Turkos, IIIdtM of Wax, Bi- Egrf,5