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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 4, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899070401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 4, 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. I 'f? i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 4. 1899 10 A. M. NO. 3G I BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. XXVIII MEWS OF THE VICINAGE. , It. O. Irwin, of Now York, will sue. J LANCASTER, cccd H. II, Plant, deceased, ns prosl- -. Twelvo live weru lot during a M. Duncan and Goorjro dent of the Plant System of Itallroads. a J. M. Samuels. 80, died at I'lnevlllo.- storm on Lnko Krlo. nro nn,umteriancl tolls Damnifo from lloods In tho Ilra.os D'""". Clay Hottom't homo neor MitchellsMt. MoKlnlcy, Alaska, Is 20. ICO foot On Saturdar, T. C. Gullcy's barn, valley, la estimated nt $1,000,000. Tho I...... hn.nml.' rattalnir ft .loss of 12.000. ul" ntult'.i tint inn littfitl nns ocen nppoimcu loss of llfo Is not bo believed to be very some farming Implements nnd provln-do- r G. C. Thompson TI'O Hiy of Omaha has Juit fold .,0. wero burned. Causo unknown. at Inurnm.. lloll county. great. .... fJO " 000 of I per cent, bonds at Howling Green destroyed Los $.100: Insurance $200. On Sunday CoKo nas neon nppomicu oFlro at JohnT. UK) M :) Opera Houso and burned a Ship Kates' barn and a horse burned. postmaster at Tyrone, Mcrcor county, I I W, J. Odcll, the bucket shop opera Potter's number of other buildings. Tho loss Is Lom not reported. Daniel Klnir, an aged citizen of Flat Mormons nro preaching near Ulntts-vlllby a C. 3. train ln.t tor at Lexington, has oeen arrested as nearly $00,000. Hock, was killed a nulsunce. but. wo hnvo enough of creeds to Stato Senator Win. Flannngan, who week. Mrs. Htnma I). K. N. Southworfh.thc was also Hats to Suit Every body. Commonwealth's Attorney for save all mnnklnd, If tho heart Is right, Col. Alfred Williams, n Mexican died In novelist, dlad ut her homo In Washing Powbattan county, was shot and killed without adopting one which might votcrnn, and ton, aged 70. Va , by W. ultimately disrupt society. ut Powhattan court-hous- e, Madison. Tho St. James apartmonl houso in G. Pllklnton over olltlcs. Messrs. William Hurton and Charles Mrs. John O. Mastors. who was a tho Lexington Louisville was bought by Theophllus of thu battle of Darker have boucht Rico nenge' 11 v Thclirst tinnlvoasnry Ml. a Logan, died at Conrad for $10,000. San Juan was celebrated at Fort Thom- ory horses nnd vehicles, and will run a Lunatic Asylum. A Hronklyn man who spunked a livery, feed and snlo stable nt the same Tho Progressive. Uorao Journal fay neighbor's boy has had to pay damages as by tho unveiling of memorial tablets stand, orpotlto tho Simpson House. adcrop In Pulaski to the 0th Infantry. The principal that tho blackberry to thotunoof 11.000. It Is snld thnt thu railroad surveyors dresses wero by MoJ. Gen. Miles and will bo almost a total failure. Michael Km Ilolllngcr, the Chlcngo are finding Itdllllcult to approach this of Adair took his family to Forakcr. Senator Tho jailer wlfo murderer, was foiind guilty and At the National Social and Political city on account of its elevation, tho a picnic Saturday and his four palson-or- s the death penalty was recommended. Conference ut HulTalo no applause grade required being ono foot to 100 broke Jail and absquatulated. Capt. J. M. Jones, of Paris, died at feet, but a routo will bo found that Tho store with poitolllco In connec- r, St. Paul, Minn. He was nn oil! cor in greeted tho mention of tho name of comes within Mor-cctbo requirements. Alpino Hats, Ral road Hats, Admiral Dowcy. Tho Hov. W. H, tion of John Koyalty.atTablow.ln Gen, Hanson's noted Orphan's Hrlgade. Mnny friends of Capt. James A. Do Thomas, of Colorado, condemned tbo was doslroycd by lire. Loss, 2,000, Scalncrs In Cincinnati havo to go. war In tho Philippines. ty are anxiousjto 'have him run for tho II. T. Simmon died nt Danville Fri- Judge Jackson perpetually enjoins Franklin county sold to N. W. Har legislature and they assert that he can day night of paralysis, leaving i wlfo them from dealing In cut rato tickets, Jk Co., of Chicago, $1.10,000 worth of be Induced to becomo a candldata for and ftvo ohlldrcn. Ho formerly lived Augusta has seeured a stovo foundry ris refunding 4 per cent, bonds at $S,000 the nomination. IIo has been promirtt.. Brown Hals, Pearl Hats, Ulack Hats; in fact almost any hat wanted. at Itlchroond. to cost $.10,000. It will employ 100 men nent In war and is ono of our most inPhil China's bucket shop at Lexing- and will bo In operation within tfdays. premium. Tho bonds, refunded wero telligent and popular citizens. Ho is those Issued In July 18MI. to help build ton was cloed ft few day ago, when :, Clarence Williams, colored, was the Kentucky Midland railroad. identified with the Interests of tho peobackJO.OOO was called for by tljo local given tho death penalty nt Paris for fit Near Hulelgh, Union county, Miss plo nnd they would bo fairly treated ers of n local horse. the murder of Joslc Tillman, nlo col- Halllo Perrlne, aged 2.1, shot her should ho announce and become their Tho U. S. court has granted Itccelv ored. nnd then killed her- representative. to buy eight new old nephew or FclUin permission Willie Vermillion, son of the self. Tho boy Is not dead yet. Miss QThe Stone and Hardin men suggest & locomotives at a cost of Mi.000 for tho at Whltesburg, Is under arrest Pcrrino had been despondent, and was combination for the nomination of a Cincinnati Southern. charged with tamerlng with register- thought to bo teuiK)rnrlly Insane candidate for representative in order to Tin: degree team of tho Somorsot OI. ed letters. Tho town of Union City, III., was tho help bring out n full vote in November. O. O. P. lodge presented "CapU" It Tho llood In tho Drnzos river Is the They say that they can acreo on tho Hall with a handsome gold headed biggest In llyenrs, nnd hundreds of sceno of a pitched battle Friday night organization and tho distribution of testimony of his valstriking miners and nonunion between walking cano, In people In the valley have fled to Waco men who had been Imported. There spoils, ull ulong the line. There Is uable services to the order. for refuge. was a general exchange of shots, ncd plenty of timber, sueh as Capt. I. M. Tho ixwtomce at Uarbourvlllo was Greut damago was dona In South, tho torch, was applied to the miners' Dunn, Col. J. W. Miller, Geo. Illggin-bothaworth of sump hmlcn Into and t20 Central and West Texas by heavy hnii.ru. Capt. Mlko Salter, Henry Patand tKMtaU taken. A registered letter tho money was not rains. Many railroad bridges were A New York paper says the biggest terson, &c. Don't all speak at once. was opened, but washed away. I was In Danvlllo and witnessed tho American giant, Herr Lewi Wllklns. molcsud. In order to get lo Good Values nnd Dig Bargains. Charles M. Murphy, of the Kings of Kentucky, camo over from Germany ovation paid to Judgo It. J. Urcckln-ridgoo- n McNcal, 12, of Pittsburg, William his return from tho Loulsvlllo by cutting his throat County Wheelmen, rodo u mllo on a on the llggest steamship In service, committed suleldo blcjclc, paced by a locomotive, In the Kaiser Wllhclm dor Grossc, of the convention. Tho noblo old hero made with a razor. Ho leaves n wife and o seconds. North German Lloyd line. Ho Is 7 a secch oxprcsslcg his appreciation. children. Tho causo for the several A silver dollar made in IsOl sold ut feet tall ana weighs about a quarter of He gives much strength to tho ticket, deed Is not known. and the iNTllltlOIl JouitS'AL deserves Chicago Friday for $1,000 and you can Parker Mecce, for breaking Into Cul yiit a like amount for another ono if a ton. and stealing tl JO, Colli P. Huntington has bought a much credit for entering blm In tho Vaught's residence Is Offering you can find It. tract of land of 1,350 ucrcs In Hunotcr race by llrst mentioning his name as a was given two years at Somerset. Kd Uradshaw's says: In tho volume of county, Va.. where, ut hi expense, a sultublo man for nttorney general. fined Cotter and Milt Crawford wero True, devoted and undying love found business dono the first half of ISO!) will building, with tho latest $.'jOO each for usurpation of olllco. business men of certainly rank higher than the best modern Improvements, is to bo orected Its consummation last Thursday eveIt. 0 Hall and other ning In tbo marrlago of Mr. H. U. hitherto experienced. hold-In- g for tho confinement of Juvenile offenSomorset are taking stops toward Humllton, Western Union Telegraph Charles Scott, colored, of Baltimore, ders of the Negro race Look for yourself and tell your friends. September. It Is probable a fair in Agent, to Miss Laura E., tbo lovely counties located his mother In Louisville with that only stock from mountain daughter of Mr. C. D. Powell. Thoy the aid of tho pollco. They were sepaCHURCHES AND PREACHERS. will be permitted to contest for prom had been lovers for somo tlmo and, derated In slavo lime. The nnnuul convention of tho Boylo siring to avoid tbo notoriety of a pubThos. V. Price, aged 70, Is to bo Tho nrrcstof Leon Lewis In Madison county for selling tcochor' examina- hung ol Farmvlllc, Va., tomorrow, for County Sunday School Association will lic wedding, went to tho resldenco of Dan- Elder Jesse Walden nnd took the vows, tion question develop tho fact that the murder of a young man In his own bo held at tho Chrlstlonchurch In Shirts, I'ats, Underwear and Fine Pants. CJTSuits Cleaned and ville, July 13. Elder It. M. Campbell olllclatlng. They theso paper havo been peddled exten- houso over n trivial matter. Thoannuul camp meeting nt High wero then recoived at tho homo of the During tho tlscal year just closed the sively In Madison. Kstlll, Jackson and brldo. Their many friends join In Philadelphia mint turned out $10,1)01,-17- 0 Hrldgo begins Friday, July 21, und Itockeastlo counties. distinguished extending tho best wishes. 10 dajs. Many In gold and J.0IS.:ill.V in silver Flro at Ijiwrcneeburg destroyed a Squire W. II. Klnnalrd, aged 70 divines aro on tho program to preach. church and a number of business ; and $330,010.14 In nickels and cent. W. II. Stianks, who has made u most years, who has been u hank cashier in At Charleston, W. Va., a Negro houses and dwellings. Loss about & Insurance, 13,000. Tho other build- brute cut hi wlfo' throat and scalded excellent superintendent of tho Chris- this city for 42 year and who has been were tho carriage, black- ono of his children to death, while tian church Sunday school for four or In that set vice longer than uny other ings burned smith and paint shop of J. Van Arsdoll, drunk. He skipped, but is being hunt- live years, resigned Sunday and .lame man In the State, closed his long and Hlchurd Hush was elected in hi etead. honorable career by resigning last ed. the dwelling of A. J. Dowons, While feeding a threshing iiiuehlno Tho selection was n most satisfactory week on account of ngo and declining storo and meat shop, the S. C. Denny, who has of J. Naves, tho Christian in nracKcn county, Jolin uass was lint). .lirnlllm According to figure given by tho health. Mr. church, J. J. Swensy'n brass shop, Mar- caught by the separator, pulled into Methodist Christian Advocate, of Now been teller of that bank, tho old Na Every purchaser of il's worth of goods gets a chance on a Fine tin's saloon. Mrs. Suo Washington's tho inachtno and his body torn to York, tho Northern MothodlstlccrenB- - tional, lor a number o( years, was elected cashier, J. Flceeo Robinson boarding house, J. Dames' confection pieces. AtGrcensburg George Murphy was cd .11.112 during tho year, whilo tho Jr., assistant cashier, and Robt. Embry urv. O. Steven' blacksmith simp, W. 0,000. r. shop and Mrs. sentenced to five year In Stuto prison Southern Methodist decrcused Thoy are young men of Morgan's barber largest Increaso, for robbing tho Adams Express Com- Tho lluptlsta mado tho Strauthcr'sdwolllng. excellent business qualifications and Guess on the number of Seed in a Gourd. The nearest guess gets the pany's safo ut thttt place last month of Sfl.lb'). Tho Cumberland Presbyterians- havo been trained for tho work. prize. Coyprcial prices this wrclc on Lnco Curtains. I a r pets and gained 4,0S:i and tho Southern PresbyHUSTONVILLE. $1,100. Now thut tho din und smoke of tho .Mailings. Remember l handle Douglas .Shoes; the best on earth for General Kemper, of Virginia, consul lerlun o,!lsl. tho money You should see my new Oxford. Adjustible insteps in battle In tho party has passed away and Mr. Editor. Will jou pleaso anThe Haptlst church Is Iwlng Itlnck and Tan. I am after your trade with the best goods at the Low-- i to Amoy, Chlnu, under the llrst Cleve the democratic party ha put out an with u much needed coat of paint. st price. land administration, died at his homo nounce In tho columns of your paper invlnciblu ticket, it behooves every P.very ono Is looking forward witn In Alexandria. IIo was a Confederate thut llev. I. M. Yonan, of Persia, will democrat to go to work und help to rgll much interest to tho fair to bo held veteran. glvu un address at tho Presbyterian and Saxton's band will Thirty minutes before Switchman C, church on foreign missions Wednesday, up an old time majority. Thu cry of July hero I. Hurt, of tho L. & N, was to quit July 0, at 8 i M. Mr. Yonan will meet combination should bo hushed, a tbo bo ono of tho principal feature. rcrort-e- d It i an evident fact that the "Hough railroading for good, ho was run ovur with tho ladles at 4 v. M. Everybody defeated candidates would havo to tho samo means, If they could, to can not pluy ball. Our boys by a train whllo on duty nt LouUvllle, Is moot cordially Invited to thoovenine aiders" sccuro tho nomination. We should gained another glorious victory hero und futully injured. scrvieo; and ull ladles, especially of tho Ignore the ussertlon of thu republicans . HSr, A l.'i vear old boy, near Athens, Ala.' societies of tho other churches, uro Saturday by a scnio of 2: to 11. HUhop ')- -! battery feir Hustouvllle, who a few month ago killed hi father Invited to tho afternoon service S. M to tho effect that thu Goehel law will and Cinwltz ' count thorn out, If they havo a majority. for Stuuford. Ml und escaped prosecution for luck of llankln. and Geor and Dellord Till will not bo necessary und, if it My. When tho Loulsvlllo Presbytery call Quito a number of our young peoplo evidence, has since murdered his sister VttflWV T.V ed on Henry Huubold, a momb'ir of the wero done, the republicans would only attended the party at Mis Hugonla and mother and lied. iX! i glvun In honor of church, to answer for running oxporlenco whut wo did In 1870, when Hubert Welsh, u Chicago gambler, Glasgow Wuro'si Friday night, thoy counted our president out. her guests, Misses OITutt und Maxey, shot himself through tho heart at n a tippling house, ho Bent a cnmmunlca 33 Soudder and Olfult. It was poker tablo when ho lost his lut dol- tlon asking thut tho mutter bo settled und Messrs. It i rather a rcmurkuble coincidence and It was lar. Hi last word wero: "Hoys for by striking hi numo und that of hi thut on the 2d day of Juno 40 year ago, qultoun enjoyable ulfulr wlfo from the church book. It was Gov. William Owsloy, of Garrard counwith roluouiieo that they bade tho God' sake quit playing cards.'' t. " Sing out tho old Ring In the new At Lawdor, 111., u mob of striker hold by tho Presbytery thut such uo ty, ordered tho State troop to Clay charming hotes Ring out the false Rlnglntnotru." Mm CJhurlc T. Corn, of Harrods- - llred Into u train containing 47 Negro tlon would bo against tho church law, county to quoit tho war between tho miner and killed u colored so Haubold wa elted to appear on July Haker and Whlto factious, and that on i...... nn.i Mi. J. F. Wltuorsiioon, of We bring to you the new and true from th ...I..,,,...,, ii m vlsltlne Mr. John W woman. Ttio Negroes weru taken to II, with notice that If ho doe not ap- the 2d day of Juno of tho present year, plney forests of Norway pear ho will bo dealt with for hlsullog-c- d Gov. William O. Uradley, of Gurrard Dryo. Ml Camlllo Hopper leave In the mines in chargo of guard. contumacy. A syndicate, headed by Kugeno Zima few day to visit Mis Anno Cooko o county, ordered out tho troops to Elder Joseph Hallou preached a most UulTman at Lexington. MI Margaret merman, of Clnclnnutl, has purchased thu peace among tho descendants Is tho guest of tho lllrmlnghain und Atlantic railroad, axcoltont sermon ut tho Christiuti Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Hrldgos. of Louisville, feudists of two decade ago. Cloyd, K. tho Talladegu furnaco und 11,000 ucrcs church Sunday morning. Ho took of those Ex. Mrs. I. F. Stcolo. Mrs. Jano occasion to commond tho action of the S. Powell, and MU Uettlo, George of land around Talladega, Ala. PlUl'SliS OAKNOr UK CI KKl Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Mr. Ltzzlo Kills, of Furmvlllo, Va., church lu glvlug It pastor, Eider F. j local smillrotloui, as Ihtjrcanout reach Ihedli Curpinlcr, Misses Anna Crowe, Mary science to a Pleasant, PcrmancBt, Posttlre jiurliuii uflbneir. Angle Carpenter lcavo today to aged 17 years, killed hor 10 months' W. Allen, u loavo of ubuenco, und In wmc.1 uioniMS anl that It Titers U uulyuue way lo and Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces ly votiitltuilonal rvuie cur attend tho Christian Kndcavor conven- old child by giving It luudanum und thut connection said that It had a bcony olrs. DfafuUiMUWJ tiyau lulUtueU itjo.ntluii of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. desire for tho lust quarter of of Iks uiuivus liulDK uf lb Kuttatblau Tub). thon uttomptcd suleldo. Sho said she his Lungs art exhilation at Detroit, Mich. The sore, weary cough-worWbeu Ibis tuba gets lutUmwl jrou hava to get a vacatlou, that ho might aouod or luiivrtn'l beailnu, and wkru IIaItruiuMlug had been deserted by hor husband. mucus Is cut out t the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g spend a couple of week preuohing to iluwtl Urafueu la lbs ruull, ami uuli.t Ibeeullrrly inInltam A ChlcaKOdUnatoh convoy tho ..i.anf Ihit ttflllnfT l r.mniAl nmi rhAlnflamftl Arthur F. Carey circled tho glolo on hi rolutlves und frlond In tho moun- luaituu can k talteu out iul ILL ub rwlornl Ucck-c- r, dMtroywl lu Its norma! txmJlllou, bearing will formation that Hutoher August his wheel. He left Lynn, Mas., threo tain of North Carolina, but that bo loirvrr: ulna catoa out often arvcautMI br catarrh, m' membranes aro healed and soothed so that tbcra . Is no Inclination to cough. who U under Indletmont for having year ago und returned Frlduy. HI had uovor had tho opportunity. which U uothlnK but an ludiiuwl couJiilou of the tuuoous turfsce. SOLD BY ALLQOOD DRUQQISTS murdered hi wlfo omo tlmo ago, and record show 12,300 miles ridden on ono V will (Irs Ou Ifunilrstl Dollars for auj case ro Editor J. M. Alloo' visit to tho ol Dealuwa (cauwl 'if catarrh) lhat cauuot I Battles Only. 2So., 60o. and $1.00 8 lata who dismembered und boiled nor wheel, und 19,000 miles covered by sou. Calarrh furs. Scud fur circu U llkoly convention mado him sou doub- b cured by Hall's r. main Immediately thereafter, IIP IIRP wV fiET .- lars. irrs J. uticutr a u., Toledo, o. Collector Comlngoro, of tho Coving . "- rr. r,.. .... Nild by PruKf lila, 73c. conviction for hi crlmo on ton district, was Jailed for contempt of le. He says a lady sent him eomo w ccapo Ilall'a ramlljr 1111a irvthtboal. Hooey. It !, gulclt ani rmai.fn relief on hi return thut measured 2 Jf, Pill I "I account of a technicality in that ho court for refusing to answer tho circuit Whitley Instructed for Taylor for w,i Indicted for tho murder of "Eliza of Carroll, which demanded to inehei In clrcuniforenoe. court governor and Caleb JWers for secreand his wife' true beth" lleckor. ttThuresa." Tho name know tho amount of whisky u certain John Wanamakor' advertising bill tary of Stato. case been imvlnff firm bad In u waro houso. tho year foot up to $023,000, for was nollo prossed uion thli discovery. "" I ...- .B..r ... ". e, I I I I I I .ii A L ab ! HATS HATS 11 Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, 1 Fur Hats, 1 Soft Hats, I I Stetson Hetts I 8 H. ! J. M'ROBERTS. er Gandidate flamed And Convention Adjourned -3 THE GLOBE $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. We Need The Cash THB GLOBE, Co., ! Prescd.8 eon-tinu- e2J,-000- J. L. Frohman 'Phone 136, Danville. Spoil-cor'sfe- GIVEN AWAY ! book-keepe- : Drop Head Sewing inacnine Free JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. 20-2- 3, stunt let 3J as m good-nigh- non-uni- pro-sorv- DR. BELL'S LHmm con-tur- n Lou-isvll- lu rasp-borr- le i- w...w vnti ta If B3l3 ""for bale at penn vs;dhug store. i. -- 1 "J4 AMk 5 ir Ik scaro at Loba-no- n. express pcrposo of saving Kentucky to There Isa smtll-jio- x Brran. When, by tho way, did tho Post becomo Mr. Bryan's organ In this Charles Bales shot and killed John Rankin In Clark. Stato ? Loulsvlllo Commercial Tho Advocato says that J. G. Cecil Judco McKco Duncan, brothor-ln- law of Gov. Bradloy, may bo given tho sold his wheat to Burgln parties at (Wo. Internal Revenue Collector Yorkes republican nomination for attorney goncral In order to promote harmony. took in 12,310,61:! 75 during tho year In short, from whatever aoglo tho just closed. W. M. Waters, of Danville, Is hore ticket Is viewed It satisfies. Inspected TICKET. from beforo, from behind, from tho making u largo advertising board for slJe, above or below, it comes up to tho merchants, which shows that ho Is FOR GOVERNOR, urtlst. already given Drccklnrldgo, and then ovory requirement, and, this being so- a flrst-cla- ts Kllas Hntllold, Jr., son of "Dovll Is always ready for any sort of wenthei tlist tnnj cjnu. Now Is tho Urn j to gel you WILLIAM GOEBEL, of Kenton. not feel the loss. Oocbol Is going to bo und who can say otherwise? democraelected as euro as tho November olec- - cy will surely como In November into Anso" Hatflold, shot and killed U. K. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, tlon comes and then theso malcontents Its own again in Kentucky. Loulsvlllo Klllson on a Norfolk nnd Western train J. C. VV. BECKHAM, of Nelson. will fcol like, they havo unnecessarily Times. near Williamson, W, Va. Tho L. & N. Dispatch and tho L. & FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, mado fools of themselves. N. Post havo bolted, ns everybody or The R.J. BRECKINRIDGE, of Boyle. WitiLK in Cincinnati Saturday some expected they would. Lot thu L. & N. , FOR AUDITOR, unknovfti person Imposed on Gov. Brad- shoots go. They havo no weight among National Bank o! Hustonvillc, GUS COULTER, of Graves. ley, who Issued orders after getting a democrats. But tho L. & N. should tho telephono messago from ono of the tako that Dispatch stock off the hands In tho Matniif Kentucky, atI8W. cIcko of FOR TREASURER, bualnr JuneSOtli, State officials, holding several com- of 2,000 Kentucky democrats who can of Boyd. S. W. HAGER, lor tbo hot wotlicr. ItMOl'IICOl panies of State guards in readiness to no longer bo expected to sit still and Loin nnd Discount Men's tJnen Suits f.'.SJ, - J 00, US 31 FOR SECRETARY OK STATE, upon proceed yesterday to Manchester. Tho sco that doublo liability piled 1,713 M Overdrafts Ilojs' Ijng pnnt Linen Sulu 11.03, C. BRECK HILL, of Clark. messago stated that serious trouble In thorn. Owensboro Messenger. U, H. 4 per crnt Itomle 11,500 CO Hoys' Knee I'nnt Linen Suits 1.'.M, INSTRUCTION, In his published statement Cnpt I'lirnlturo nnd Fixture Clay county could only bo averted by FOR SUIT. OF rUDLIC 300 00 Men's Cotton 1'nnU !I3c, 33,300 .11 H. V. McCHESNEV, of Living- tho presencoof tho soldiers. Tho ac Stono claims that Mr. Goebel had Dun from lUnk Mon'a Kxtta Heavy Cotton IVnti 75inujlUy, only 60c SOI 50 tion of tho governor was commendably promised to mako him tho nominco of Due from 17. 8. Treiiauter Come and get one of our ston. (3 17 prompt, but fortunately ho discovered tho con vontion f or governor. M r. Goe U. t. liorcnuu ftnmpe nnd Cnh Item COMMISSIONER OP AGRICULTURE, II. HI 03 the trick in time to rovoko tho order bel denies that such an agreement was Cah ION B. NALL, of Jefferson. beforo tho troops moved. It Is to be made, and states that tho only compact Totnl I160.SIS (.J hoped that the Identity of tho miser- between himself and Capt Stono was Cnplttit Stock MAniMTirxi FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, iSO.OOO 00 in writing, and went only as far as tho 55,000 00 C. C. McCHORD, of Washington. able fakir will bo determined and con- temporary organization. This ngrco-mon- t, Surptu I'und dign puniscment meted to him. Xntlnnnt Hitnk Note OuUtnmllnfr II, ISO 00 bo shown Undivided Profit Mr. Goebel said, rould 1.110 OS FOR REPRESENTATIVE, SOME of the newspapers that sup by Capt. Stono whenover ho desired, Individual Dcpotlta nulijcct M. F. NORTH, of Lincoln. ported the other candidates aro making and would settle anydlsputo as to tho 73,1 IS 67 to check wry faces at tho ticket, but tho very matter. 10,S1S !J Total No matter who had been nominated large majority of them accept it with"What will you mako tho principal 25c to II. Men's I'micr Shirts 15c, a now alncx of Stiaw Ilnti nl n very low price, ritoriT ami ii)i 3(l 01 atLoulsvlllo there would have been out, reserve and promise a loyal sup- lssuo of tho campaign?" asked a Cin- llalancc December 31, 1S0S Lvlles Lin en Skirts ISc, On". earning Inst U months 4, 370 S some kickers. That Is always to bo port. There was never anything else cinnati Enquirer man of Senator Goe-bs- l. ladles' Summer Corsets 21c, people, who expected of thoso that supported Goe-b- el & N. rail"Tho effort of tho L. expected, especially from Totnl il.'.ti 97 Ulle' Shirt W!u ISc, disapDUpmed of a follows: speak under tho first twinge of than that they would support tho road to control tho politics of KenLadles' Veals 3 for 10c A big line of SI.373 ! pointment, without waiting for calmer nominco no matter who ho was. It goes tucky," ho responded. "That corpora- Current Eipotise J05 !l usually without saying that they always sup- tion sought to select tho democratic V. g. Taxes reflection. Such people aro 07 47 nominee, and falling In that will en- Had debts charged off emotional, however, and soon get over port the democratic ticket. 1,110 0i In this Instance there deavor to elect a republican governor. Ilalnuco undivided their troubles. 2,000 00 makes the une I shall be glad of an oportunlty to Dividend, No. 31 The Courier-Journ- al Our stand, I little reason for a kick. 91,765 o; J. W. H(HKi:n. Cashier. ard bearer has been nominated by a quivocal statement that tho Loulsvlllo mcasuro swords with them politically. V. I Walton, majority of tho votes of the regular & Nashville uses its secret scrvico fund They will oppoo me, and I will oppose Dr. Kdnard Alcorn, Ladies' Oxford 4Sc, II. II. McAnlnch, constituted authorities, and they havo to buy newspapers and employ free them. Tho L. & N. railroad company 'Ilcero Iteynolds, J. V, Powell, Men's low cut Shoes )Jc, given us a ticket that Is as Irreproach- booters to carry Its point In partisan will be out of Kentucky iwlltlcs when Geo. L. Curiientrr, Dr. II. Ilrjitn, T. J. Iloblnson, A few plcte Matting r.'Jc. able as It will prove invincible. Those politics. If it bo true, it is a grievous this cumpalgn Is over." II. It. King In an interview on tho Stone charges who aro disposed to kick do themselves fault and gricvloiisly will it atone for Ar . w T. ..w... ...... harm as well as tho cause, since tho It H'hrt - . V nittrnp hnA n hnttnr of bad faith, Urcy Woodeon says: "I .No 513 by a moro friend than this paper and It will con am suro that tho dllllculty Is due to unscrupulous enemy, aided tllMIlTI.III.Y HKIUIIT OP THE will stick to somo misunderstanding. I was the unscrupulous foe masquerading as dem tlnue to be Its Irlend, if it Lincoln County Sink. chief, and, In fact, the only, Intermediocrats, distort every kick Into a revolt, its busIneAS and let politics alone. ary between Senator Goebel and Capt. every Idle remark Into a monstrous OP OTANPOItn, KY., Tin: republican State convention rebellion. Wo do not bellevo there is will bo held at Lexington on tho 12th, Stone. I arranged several Interviews At the clowot lluslnna June 3th, 1KW. t.tn r,f nnanm.Anf.n (n t rt tlntTirV between tbcm, and was present at all 'Y . " HLSOUIICES. ui"um."" u but tho democrats having mado atleket their meetings. Though tho whole field crane pany 10 air. uuuuei, uu Iani ami .....rttV.H 34 that Is foreordained to win, but little was covered In their conversations, Orerdrafts Ilwv.unuand secured fi.&Jtt 10 hopo tho few who are disposed to ralso interest Is felt in its action. The nom unvurvd....WH .... K),i) ut Tho Cliceit Houe in Town. a contention will recant as quickly as inees will certainly prove lambs for the there was never ono reference to the I'. S. H011J1 toU.secure circulation ., ....... C,l") (O S. Honda question of the nomination. That was l'reiulunucin possible and march lu tho forefront to slaughter this time. Stucki, aecurlllra, etc ... T.D. HANKY, Manser, left to bo an open fight. I can say that I a victory that Is as sure as tho gospel Is ihii.iuk'uuuk, lunmure, ami iimiurr I uummu q UKrecmi-uitrue. We were never surer ot anyCeleiiuators ot the glorious 4th ine wruien referred . only to tho orpan- - i,Ue from National Ilanki (not liewrre Branch stores at Eliiabethlown.IKIklon, Owen!oro. Slie'bvville. Venalllea. P.ar.l.: Agenu .. e,7i7 is thing in our lives than that Goebel and have additional cause to hurrah today. and Goebel Due I w, town, llopklnivllle, Madlsonvllle, Morcnfield, Georgetown Ky , .ClarkaTlIte. Tenn. running mates will win It was just a year ago yesterday that Izatlon of the convention. Tbero was Due fruiu Slate Hanks and Hanker?. his excellent from approved reerve agents......... 47.WI 79 "M"" and by a majority that will forever Ccrvera's licet was sent to tbo bottom absolutely nothlnc In It about a dtvls Checks and other rain Iteni" 972 02 A WOKD TO TlIK I'ATKOXS OK Note) of other National IUnks..... take Kentucky out of tho doubtful of tbo sea at Santiago, breaking tho Ion ot votes. . ;tzi u) No paper fought harder for Hardin Fractional par currency, Dickie and column. Stop carping, jump In the backbono of the Spanish war. eenu . 3S 3d than the Glasuow News, but it graceband wagon and help us run the major fully falls into line for tho ticket. It Lawful Money llesrrve In Itank, via:U) POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. ity to 50,000 .......... 114,1x0 says: There is no reason why any demr uotrt...... .. 13,300 () :4,3V 00 It you lmve not alfeady Paid ynur Tuition Hills, plcn IT was noised abroad In republican call Mrs. Ssutley at the ColTbo government deficit for tbo fiscal ocrat should feel called upon to refuse lledeiuptlon Irom V.ti. Treat' (5r We nre in pressing need of money, and other meaner papers that our old year Is 3S,875,0S9. cent, circulation) ..... lrV)0 ) as soon a convenient and pay the amount. to support tho ticket that has just been friend, Dr. John D. Woods.of the Bow. Gen. Hardin Is at Charlottsville, Va. nominated, and wo bellevo every sup WILLIAM SHELTOX, President. . Total IJ3,n II ling Green Courier, had kicked out of resting from his labors. porter of either Hardin or Stonu will MAIULITIES: the traces becauso Mr. Goebel had Let no man "create a diversion, raise glvo to the nominees that same cordial ..........J1W.I0 (tl downed his man Hardin. Wo couldn't a false issue, or plaster over tho Chica and hearty support ho would bavo glv Capital ituek ald lu Mirilu, fund. ....... I,UCOU) believe that that prince of democrats go platform with foreign mutter." on had the man of his cbolco received L'ndlTldod proOta, leeinieaftnd lax would depart from the straight and Winchester Democrat. ea paid ........... itl J tho nomination. Tho time for Hghtlnr; narrow path In his old age, after a life Attorney General Crow says tho 73 among ourselves has passed. Let us National lUnk Notea oul,(an.lln.... . ki,:hki U) ,U UtM.I .,M,fV,l I ,H,II. .M.H .tt.H.H time of service for tho party,but never- ousted Insurance companies can not now direct our guns against tho com- .'IV ," M A WR 1 A luiika U.,70 theless we were much relloved when resume business in Missouri except by mon enemy and prepare for tho great iiueioaiaiedeMlta ami llantert.. ........ 7U4,73 ul IndWIdual ut.jeU to check 09 and we read this con- permission of the court. his paper camo Pund to pay tain fight that Is to como In November. lrV; IS cluding paragraph of a lengthy ediA formal call for a meeting of the The Issue to bo forced upon tho peo- Ual.lllilt", other than thtae atuTe.alated 7.W.1 Oil torial: "Under no state of case would Democratic National Committee was ple of Kentucky In tho Stato canvass Total ... IM'M l The Courier havo supported a republi- Issued by Acting Chairman Stono. ot which will soon bo upon us, seems from .TATi:OFKK.vn:CKV, can, and it would havo greatly pre- Missouri, to held at Chicago July 20. foreshadow tho Couii y of Uucolu, the present outlook to f" ferred either Stono or Hardin to tho Five hundred Boyd county democrats democratic party versus tho Loulsvlllo I, John 11. Oviley, eaihler the aliure named present unlov- serenaded Judge S. W. linger, nominee and Nashville Kallroad Company. Tho Hauk, ilotoleninly swear thatofthe ataTe alateuient nominee, but under the of uiy knowledge aid Wllef. able conditions choice Is only left to for State treasurer, at his homo at republican party will bo merely a side la true to the J. II. OWMXY, Caahier Tho Courier to support Bill Taylor or Ashland and pledged their support to lssuo. It will cut but a second rato fig SulMrrlhe.1 aud twoni to Wfore me thla 3rd dar Bill Goebel, and without asking leave the State ticket. J.J, JHUDIIKUTi, N I'.UC will be potential only us a de- of June, IKr.i. uro. It h. II. Siuk, for time to retire and consult, it goes It has been noted that tho present pendent ot tho Loulsvlllo & Nasbvillo C'iikhut Allot. J. I:. I.Y.XN, And thus anotbor cam- governor ot South Carolina, is an edi- Hallroad Company. with Goebel." That company J1' Caiii, paign lie Is nailed. I recto a. tor, his private secretary is an editor, spent thousands of dollars to beat Goo-b- el In tho lato convention. It will spend 7M. "' in that and that bis advisory board is largely A HITHERTO unknown insect mado up of editors from all over tbo ten thousands of dollars to beat him at HEPOIIT OF THE CONDITION section has arisen to mako tho lives of State. tbo polls. Its opposition mado Goebel Washington people miserable. A Republican officials at Frankfort say tbo nominee, its opposition will elect THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, pronounces it tho melanolcstes plclpesand Its peculiarity Is that Its the rumors of an extra legislative ses- him. This Is distinctly a young man's AT STANFORD sion to repeal tho election law aro movement; and, with an eloquent and In tht State of Kentucky, at the clote of builneu blto Is confined to the lips of Its vic! June loth, It'J. tims, thereby causing it to bo called without foundation, and Gov. Bradley brilliant old stager like Uobcrt J. says no petitions relative to tbo law Breckinridge to steady it, nothing can Our lino of Toilet ArtHes. such a. Toolhllru.luB. Hair lirushei, tho kissing bug. It works only ut night KI'.SOURCES. Coaib. Soai. ' ' Ac, is complete, and of the very best quality. beat It. Courier Journal. and when ever It Inserts Its fang into a hao been filed. l.oani and discount. .J17IUII VI Editor Sam J. ttoberts, Of tbo Lexpoiind9.1 from tho Purest and Best drugs rVl,rc;l.,l' Up great pain and much swolllng ro Overdraft!, eccurcd and unsecured ob ' ,..f TES9.mFTI0N,')le. Wo solicit your patronage. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, reaso ington Leader, has been summoned to U, S. Ilondl to secure Circulation M.ououi suit and there Is no more sleeping that 1,W7 SO 70 years old married a girl of l'reuiluiu on V. S. llonda. people havo had to bo appear at tbo October term of the Clay A man night. Many Stocks, securities, etc 10.3U7 04 In Manchester, to 18 years at Kalamazoo. taken to tbo hospital for treatment, so county circuit court, Si UanHng-houi- t, !,2U) 00' furniture and fiatures.. answer a ohargo of criminally llbolllng William P. Gover and Miss Molllo Other real estate and mortzaies owned severe Is tho suffering occasioned Tbo fi',2 00 I Jersey mosquito's bite Is pleasant com- Sheriff B. P. White. Roberts wero married In Pulaski last Due from National llanks, not He- Tho mayor of Pikovllle, J. M. Bai- week. . 6,003 81 s..Acent. pared with that ot the kissing bug, At Lowell, Mass., a man shot acd Due Irom SUte Uanks and lUnkers...... I,Z3'J DO which is mora feared than an army ley, got too much bitters at Louisville, where ho went as a delegate, and sat killed his wtfo becauso she refused to Due from approved reserve agcuts. ....... 3,4)17 42 with banners. ....... 1,2113 87 Checks and other cash llfmi.... down on the street, where bo removed "Torny Gin'l" Taylor carried a his shoes and foil asleep. Whan he llvo with him, boy aged 18 years and Notes of other Nat. Hanks................... 3'J0 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and A Mlddlesboro big batch ot counties again Saturday, awoko the shoes and a small diamond .,....,.. AI3 67 cents. ............ a girl aged 12 wero united in marriago running bis vote up, according to bis wero gone. Specie. .... ...... 10.07U SI by u Tennessee magistrate. Legal tender notes . 8,1'JI 00 II Ml 81 100 calculation, to 035, which is nearly Trusts have worked a hardship on Dennis P. Johnston, 43, of Madison, Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer moro than necessary to nominate him drummers as well as everybody else. Llzzlo Smith, 20, of Jellico, 3,0 U) S percent, of circulation governor on tho first ballot. Not- Tho presldont of tbo Commercial Trav- Ind., and for Heady Mixed I'alnU for all Purlieu. Ky., wero married in Covington. . . withstanding this Mr. Stono, who has elers' National Association estimates Total... W,M) 4J Mrs. Hoott Waynard, of Pino UlulT, LI A 111 LU IKS. some 200 votes, Is quoted as expressing that 35,000 havo been thrown J 00,000 O0 out of married her sovonth Capital stock -- . .... himself with confidence that ho will bo work through tho formation of trusts Ark., has Just 01 and her husband 30. Surplus fund. . 17,M 81 husband. She is Undivided profits, less expeoics and Sold for the LOWEST CASH Prices. the nominee, but tho basis of his confi- and that 25,000 others bavo had their Tbo new North Dakota law, requlr SIR 61 WU,H,.WHW(U.M,HH,.I Tho salaries reduced. dence doesn't seem 72,'JUU 00 Notea outstanding . IIBKCS 'torny gin'l seems to havo tho call. Wo really havo been for Goebel all before suit -- r divorce can bo tiled, has Due to other National Uanks..... 2,103 77 103,774 04 deposits subivct to check Individual fellows who havo been prescrib- tbo time, You seo It was this way: Wo gono into elTect. TUB 15 Old 8S Ueiuaud ierllniateaofdt-ual- t Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Holland celebra- Liabilities other tt.au those above stated ing it for others must icturn to tbo voted for tho third reading of Hardin 610 0.1 und Stono lu order to jump 00 them on ted their diamond wedding near Glen-woofold, it at all, in that sackcloth und e.3W.fr(AI 4S Total iHUH " Cypross Shingles. a bolter, any- final passage and kick tbo studio' out of W. Va., Saturduy. Ho Is said to Iron Ponce. ashes uniform. "D bTATE OF KLNTUCKV, I ' County of Lincoln. how "Loulsvlllo Times. So say wo them, just like Mr. Stono was lying In bo 101 and sbo 102. cashier of ahuve named , John J.McKoUrti, gold bond bill. MUs KlUabcth Ilacon Plckutt,daugb-tc- r lUuk, do solemnly swear .that the above Mate and If it Is necessary to make It moro ambush for tbo and be Democrat. of 'nseph Desha Pickett, formo mcul istrue tothehestof my knuledgeCashier. emphatic you can put tho usual prolix. (( JOHN J. MckOUERIb. The esteemed Post Is so badly raltlod Stato superintendent of education of lief. Subscribed and swum to before roe this 4th day VY. M. IIUKIIIT, N. I'. L. C. says he is not a can- by tho result of tho recent democratic Kentucky, und Prof, Andrew Alexan ol July lW. Gov. Hoosevelt I. S. IIOCKKK, ) didate for president in 1000 und wants convention that It calls on Gov. Urud-lu- y der llruco, of Wisconsin University, W. I'. Wjnrux, J. Dirtc Metal Hoofing. J. W lUtUICN. J to convene tho Legislature for tho wero married at Chicago. Woii sco McKlnloy elected. to Hint, OWRNS, of Scott, If making a bljr flits THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tontlon and drawing soma passing at by vociferating that ho will voto the republican ticket and July1 4, 1899 advise nil his friends to do so, becauso Stanford. Ky.. Uoebcl as he alleges, didn't toto fairly with Stono. Ullly Urcoklnrldge, whom bo defeated for Congress .a few years W. P. WALTON. ago, Is also vociferating and It Is amusing to sco tho two try to stand on tho sarao platform.Tho democratic party can DEMOCRATIC glvo Owens to tho republicans as It has THE' - Louisville Store. Nice Linen Suit 1 ... ... ... ... Mod Soft Front Shirts Cheap Lawns Vl CARPETS 20T050C The Louisville Store. ."" Stanford Female College. Splendid Igal-tende- 1 I rmrmlTn ?f UUMAiliJnANUMdM CHEAP. flf If flAf Nil N ll W. A. CARSON, ST4fVFO?D,Ky. &c. M Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes TOILET ARTICLES bug-ologl- st ,. 1 CRAIG HOCKER. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. Wall Paper and Alabastine opooQQOOOOopoooooooooonnooonnnnnnn d, e.. 1 2j$ Cyn-thla- nu A CeSINE, STANFORD, KT. : 0? m i - riiTiirfiriiiifiitiiii if'Yv n n ' Ti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LOST.-U- lg, black Poland China boar, Howard for return to Mark Harnt Walnut Flat. em din. Thk TwIco-a-WeiNTEitlon JouitA NL'MHEit of our young peoplo at- JULY Is past, vnur Stanfokd, Kv., July 4, 1899 icnueu tno 0enlng hop at Crab Or- NAL Is only tl a year cash. Itomcrabor account; litneed the comp and scttlo Kato I monoy. Mrs. chard Springs and report n flno tlmo. that. uuuucrar. STKI'IIKN F. IlLANKKJJSIItP nn.1 IN conncctlou with my building and E. 0. Walton, Uudinhhii MANAnr.it. daughters, Misses Kll and Maudo, of loan To FARMElta. I will buvvour wheat nvestment business, I have added itlngsvlllo, nro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. real citato and will bo glad to wait on at market prlco, to bo delivered at those who wnnt to buy or sell proporty. Morelond or McKlnney. D. S. Cornon- Soda Watbh, Ico cold, pure nnd W. 8. Wnrrcn. TllKODOIti: most refreshing ut 1'onny'sDrug Store. nnd famllv Call on mo. J. O. Hemphill, Lnucastcr. ter, Hustonvlllo. Y TlIK best materials combined with spent several davs with Mr. and Mr. Thk Hon. Fontalno Fox Hobbltt The Hustonvlllo Fair, which will bo care, skill anil accuracy Inturo (,'cxxl J. U. Hympson before going to Mt. writes: I shall bo down on noon train held July 20 and tho two following results. No other tnottiods aro uvcr Vernon to live. tho 4th, and nftor festal truco of ono Jays, has engaged Saxton's great band ucd In our proscription work, Funny's Drugstore hour, tho flcrco attack of tho American to mako music, a featuro which alono caglo Uton tho Hrltlsh Hon will bo re will bo worth tho prlco of admission. Ql'KKNsWAltK at reduced prices nt PaSOfnMSOCWGOSSIP. s sumed. The iNTEitioit JouitNAL's float In Ilcazley Jc Carter's. JuiKir. J. V. AIX'OUN went to Louis- A TIlllHJ llttlo Stanford tot, who was tho procession today may not bo tbo LOOK-OUvlllo yestordny. for raid summer bargains, accustomed to cni his prayer of "Now finest In tho lot, but all will agreo with Mils. J. S. IiocKKlt U spending n fair See next ad. Severance & Sons. I lay mo down u sleep" with ''Hess us that tbo handsomoyonng lady in It ilayi at Crab Orchard Springs. FIVE bushels of chicken food for 81 papa, bossmnmma," Ac., couldn't hold will moro than mako up for any short MlHS IvATIK Lkb YKAor.it, of bis eyes open uny longer the other coming thero may bo. at J. 'It. Duughmun & Co's mill. It with MI11 Mary llruco. night so closed with "and bets danpa Gkoiku: Pick itt, of Shelby, Ii via rEVA. J. Pike, ono of tho best DlSO wheal drills, nowest naltcrn and all doia kind or things." democ-at- s In Rockcastle, passed up on . Itlng hU sister, Mrs. Will Severance of thu Empire at Ucazloy & Carter's. Thk Lincoln county republicans will yesterday's train. In nnswer to our Mlt. AND Mils. U. O. 1'itiCK, or Dan Jt.'LV 1 Is hero. Don't wait but como hold their convention to send delegates question as to bow ho liked tbo ticket vlllc, visited at Mr. and Mrs. .). E. Far at once and settle with me. II. C. to tho State convention on county ho saldr "Fine, nnd our domocrats will rls'. Mish Mauv CJovkh, who has been Ituploy. court day. They will likely Instruct supiwt It. I was a Stono man but I'm visiting in lllchmond returned yester for Mr. Stone, on account of his being for Goebcl now, all right." lv your hogs nro not healthy try In tho district, but it looks now like it day. Independence day dawned beautiMiss Lm: IJoiiiiitt. of Danville, some Safo Hog Cholera Cure. Craig Jfc will bo purely complimentary. Taylor fully and brightly, with tbo mercury spent eovcral days with Miss Lllllo Hockcr. has thu nomination nailed down. down to 02, und tho Indentions nt this 1'oyton. Wii will store your wheat cheaper A FKW nights ago, Judge W. K. Var writing, 8 a. M., aro that the weather EMILY I'ATTKUSON went to than you can hnndlo It MltH. at home. J. H. non's hen house was entered und i" will bo all that tho most patriotic conld Lexington yesterday to attend tho Haughman .t Co. frying chickens stolen. He put Marshal wish, whllo It Is a foregone conclusion . Chautauqua. OVKit SGOO In special premiums havo Ncwland on tho trail of the thief and thnt the celebration will bo u success, Miss AcilHAH DI.ACIC, or White he soon hud Will Leo In tow. Lee, llcsldes tho brass band, tho singers, Hull, siMint several days with tho been secured for tho Hustonvlllo fulr, who has tho roputatlon of a chlikcn tho oratorical and declamatory exerwhich begins July 2f). MImcs Fish. thief, claims that he bought them from cises at the court-hous. the procession MlSSOl'llCUA LACKKY spent sever TiMHKit Land Wanted. Any one umntier Negro at 10c cuch, but doesn't of floats and other vehicles will form al days with Mrs. Hnrry Haughman In havlog timber or timber land for snlo know tho Negro's name. Ho was lodged an Interesting spectacle. Ampng those tho Wot Hud. will heur of a purchaser by consulting In jail and ufler spending tho glorious who will havo floats aro Soveranco & aW. II. UltADY Is at Hrndfordsvlllo A C Sine, Stanford, Ky. Uh therein, will have his trial tomor- Sons, Higgles A McKlnney, Rcazley W. It. Veatch, with his brother row. Hros., J. C. McClury, tho INTEitioit" is very 111. who THK Huston vlllc Fair, July JOUitNAL, with tho prottlest of young JUDQi: CAIISON, alter hearing two MltH. ELIZA Hl.AIN Is visiting her will glvo 4150 In premiums, which uro orjury charges ladles and the handsomcst'soldler, W. brother, Ittehard Gentry, and other liberal In all thu rings, ll.'.O In saddle witnesses on tho against Gabriel Dlkln, promptly dis W. Wither?, Warren & Shanks, Deaz-le- y relatives in Fayctto. stakes and numo In roadster ring. .t Carter, I. M. Hruco, John II. missed the case, as ho says It was plainMit. W. K. Smith, ol Clllton Forge, Lllir.ltAL. In nddtllon to their great ly the work ot spite. Mr. Klkin sworo Meier, J. H. Haughman & Co., A. H. Va., has joined his wife nnd daughter low price clearance salo Scvcranco & In tbo seduction cuc ag utnn Tom Rice, Florence, Wui. Hamilton, Ed Wilkin-on- . at Mr. A. A. Mclvlnney's. Loulsvlllo Storo, U. K. Wcarcn M ISBKB J KNNIK AND M Alll K WAHIIKN Suns aro giving away during July sumo that he saw tho girl sitting in his lup on n certain occasion, and although & Son, Cook Sc Farmer, J. T. Jones, have returned from a very pleasant handsoraochlna. See show window. Ulncoin Democrat, Craig A Hocker. visit to relatives In Louisville. Till: tax books are now ready and Hlco denies, F.lkln continues to swear Postmaster J. C. Florence will bo Mlt. W. It. Dkdmas and wife of Som- your taxes are due. Maku It a olnt to that his statement Is true. Under the erset, nro vleltlng the family of Georgo come pro pa red to pay at July court as circumstances It looks decidedly like chief marshal, with Mcxsrs. II. J. Mc- Roberts and Hnrvey Helm assistants. H. MuKlnnev, near McKlnney. my tlmo Is limited. Sam M. Owens, much ado about nothing. Mayor J. N. Menofeo and Judgo J. P. Miss Sun Woods returned from a Sheriff. ItUNA way. Deputy ShcriH W. Lo- - Ualloy will lead (ho procession. to friends In Wincheslxwcck' visit Procession will movo promptly at 10 HLACK'HKItltlKS nro being brought to gan Wood had u warm time with a ter, Mlllersburg and other places. runaway horse Sunday. Tho anlmul o'clock from a point ncur the railroad Mits. Hkttii: McKinnky, Mle town und sold at HO cents per water became- unmanageable and In Mr. on Danvlllo Avcnuo. Anulo Dunn and Annlo McKlnney are bucket. Mall Carrier J. G. Martin brought In a load from Klngsvlllo yes Wood's olTort to hold him tho bit The'followlng amusing races will oc enjoy Inc the Chautauqua allcxlnguin. broke. It then took out nt a break neck cur this afternoon on court-housMlts. S. W. DUNCAN and children, of terday afternoon. speed and Mr. W. crawled from tho square and'ln front ol It: to visit Dallas, Texas, arrived Suturday IIUUT. T. S. Young, tho walnut log buggy to Its back, but In a few seconds Han-e- l race; open to whlto men and New-lanher iKirents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. man, fell from a car h? was loading nt he was thrown to tho ground. Tho boys. Premium, derby hat, by John tbo dcKt Saturday and sustained injuMlts. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, Is ries thnt will lay him up for some tlmo borse continued to run until bo got P. Jones. loosu from the buggy which was badly Wheelbarrow race; open lo colored visiting her parents, Col. and Mrs. IIo Is thought to be hurt Internally. torn up. Tho clever gontleman escap- men nnd boys. Premium, Washing Thomus E. Ualdwln. Itlchmond Iteg-Istc- r. e ed unhurt. ton pie, by John H. Meier. WiilLK in Hustonvlllo Saturday, Ugliest man, decided by committee In James pryo showed us through bis Mlt. A. A, McKlNNKV loses out Jim Fiiyk, of Ilustonvllle, tells this 's the bank examiner appointment. large and well arranged store. He has good ono on Jim Coulter, ot Middle. of three. Premium by Heazley & Car man Garrett, of Princeton, was nearly everything and a compartment burg. Ono dny when Mr. Coulter wus ter. foot race; for boys under 14 apolnted. for each lino of goods. No wonder he at Liberty a very young man with a MIL AND Mlts. W. It. MANtCit and advertises. He's got something to ad- - very bald head came into tho hotel. Ho Elegant watch charm by Wra. Hamil family, of Nashville, arrived Saturday vcrtltc. was a stranger to everybody and Mr. ton. m Foot race; open to whlto men uny nigh: to spend some tlrao at Hon. J. S. Coulter by way of commencing a con THK champions met a Waterloo at Owsley, Sr's. vcrsatlon said to him: "My (rlcnd. I age. Premium, nlco, soft bosom shirt, Hustonvlllo Saturday afternoon, when by Louisville Store. Mlt. AND Mlts. S. M. WlLlllTB and they wore defeated 2't to 13. Thoy took am net asking to guy you, but I would Blcyclo race; open to boys under 14. children, of Louisville, are hero with a weak team though and that accounts lino to know how It comes that so friends and relatives und everybody In for It. Georgo Florence, tho crack young u man Is to bald." "It was In this Premium, Corbtn push bicycle bell, by G L. Penny. glad to sec them. catcher, wits sick and other good plav wuy," ho replied, "when my tlmo to Hlcyclo race; open to boys any uge. get hair cumc, they suld tberu wus Tin: voting people tell us that eight ers didn't go. none left but red, so I told them I Premium, blcyclo foot pump, by Hlg- well parties are vet to bo pulled ot! In TilK writer had occasion tho uthur didn't bcllovo I cared for any." As glns & McKlnney. this community, which has already had Sack race, in court-housday to take u watch out of his safo that Coulter has a vorv red head, ho wus yard, open more than its quota. Mlts. John Jackson, of Franklin, had b:en there two years, when to his satisfied to let tho conversation drop to white men and boys. Premium, pic Ind., und Mrs. Hartford Veatch, of surprise, It marked the exact tlmo o; and get out to escape tho laugh and lure frame and foot stool, by W. W, Withers. Louisville, sisters of Mrs. John A. Al- thu town clock at thut minute. If wo jeers that tho crowd tired at him. Enter early with George H. Wearen, could add thut tho wutch wus running her bedside. len, uro here at The Lincoln County National Hank clerk of thu races. Missks IIkssii: and Luch.i: Mr.NK-KK- tho Incident would be moro remarkable, earned neurly 0 per eett. gro4 the last Lewis & Geer will havo tho highest have returned from Cedur Springs, but nobody would bollevo it. six months. Cashier J. 11 Owsloylsto sign. Thoy climbed up tho court-hous- e been teaching S. C, where they have THK nuxt session of thu Lincoln bo congratulated on so good a report cuola lust night and alter letting looso In tho Douf und Dumb College. County Medical Society will bo held at under adverse circumstances. old glory from tho top of tho lightning Mlts. II. D. GltKOOltY and daughters, Crub Oochard on the 11th. Dr. W. J. Cashier J. W. Hooker, of tho Hus rod, tucked a banner beneath it with of Covington, will Ed ml Catherine and Claru, ton will read n paper on "Gas- tonvlllo National Hank, comes up smll these words: "Try us for painting arrive this week to visit her parent troenteritis" and Dr. I. S. Wesley on lng with u 4 per cent, div whut's tho mutter with LowIs&Goor'?' Judgu and Mrs. James 1. Halley. "Kllology,Pathology nnd Treatment of idend. IIo mado 5 per cent. net. Albert A. Wurren was tho originator. Mlt. K. I. OWBLKV, of Columbus, Carbuncles." J. C. Darker, M. D. sec Thk Commercial Hunk of Liberty, instigator and promoter of the celebra Ga., has joined his wlfo at tho Myers retary. G A Prowltt, cashier, earned $2,032. tion and Is in his glory over Its success. ... IIouso. Ho tells us that his bank, tho IN tho languugo of Hubert It. Gen 47 tho last six months, which Is over Ith National, declared 3 per cent, and try, some democrats huvo "scabs on 10 per cent, on Its capital, but It had STATEMENT 01' THE CONDITION 01 had $0,000 for expenses and surplus. THE Mahy Jones and W. W. their heads" because Gocbcl, rather $3,231.01 surplus and an average of $40, Mksdamks Hardin or Stono Is the nominee 000 doposlts. See report In another Commercial Bank of Lyon, of tho Mt. Salem section, honor- than Llbcrtu. column. ed us with h visit uud placed us under for governor. Mr. Gentry further and At the cIom) of business June 30, ItU'J. Tho First National earned over 6 per I. J's. to Its truthfully adds that these scabs will obligations by carrying tho cent, gross and bad $3,039.77 to pay ex thousands of readors In tho West Kud. either fall oil or bo knocked olT by tho penses and carry to surplus. Tho reIIGSOL'IICESI Is so tilled with clov- owners ot tho hoads beforo voting tlmo Hubtonvilli: port under call from the comptroller Loan uud discounts f (U.OJO Dii er people, It Is hard to tell which Is the comesund all will bo merry by tho tlmo appears olsowhero In this Issue. Overdrafts 801 11 cleverest, but II. Georgo D. Weather-for- d tbo booths and ballots aro prepared. 1I,1S US IM Is not entitled to tho distinction Mahkiku in thk Pike. About 10 Duo from bank Somi: provarlcator telegraphs tho V00 00 l'urulturo uud mturcs wo uro mlstuken. Wo aro mora tbun Cincinnati Comraerolal-Trlbun- o, rep., o'clock tho other night Judgo James llunklug lot SOU 00 P. Ualloy was aroused from his slum Cath ever Indebted to him for courtesies. 3,031 37 thut great dissatisfaction exists horo Orchard, was with tho ticket nominated at Loulsvlllo bcrs, which ho was enjoying after at Itevenue stamp Lkvi Elueh, of Crab 133 IS hero a fow days ago buying goods and and that democrats will scratch Goobel tending tho Loulsvlllo convention, by (68,600 38 chattels previous to going to house- right and left. Tho statement Is untrue, a rap at tho door. On answering tho LUDIUTIESI keeping. Realizing that tho iOTKitloit and mado for effect. A fow mon who call ho found Finloy Campbell with fjO.OOO 00 JouitNAL Is one of tbo most important claim to bo domocrats may refuso to marrlago license In hand and tho judgo Cupltal stock 3,:3i si a happy household he ot vote for tho head of tbo tickot, but all was told what tbo trouble was. Slip. Surplus things in . 13,50$ 07 Individual Deposit courso ordered it sont to Mm. will tako plcasuro In plng on his clothes in a hurry, while real democrats A Wahash, Ind., jwpcr says "tho honoring tho man who has demonstra his wlfo arrunged tho parlor for the toMoo a ceremony, Judgo Ualloy oxtondod a to Mr. J. E. ted his ability to lead. climate is not sultublo - (.',033 17 Kurnlug lull tx mouths cordial Invitation to come In and havo Carson and ho decided to move his Disroatm or as ioi.uwhi was Current expense paid That people sow too much wheat to tho knot tied. Tho brldo-to-bfumlly to Northern Alabama. Mr. Car H0 18 fumlly to this city tho aero, Mr. John Ilrlght has ulways Miss Lizzie DeHord, of tbo Saulley eec Dividend No. 0 son moved with his 000 00 now ho furnishes proof tlon, and sho and Mr. Campbell had Added to surplus-fun- 101 Oil from Kentucky u llltlo over u year ago, contended and i;03J 17 during which tlmo they havo made of tho correctness of his theory. Ho agreed that It would bo moro romautio tnauy friends, who regret tholr depart- says: Last fall I recolvcd from tho to marry In their bugcy, so In a most owcers: ure very much, but wish them success Suite department of agriculture 100 Impressive ceremony thoy wero then r, Osmbitt, President; P. pounds ot Michigan Fultz seed wheat. and there bound together hand and in their now homo." Qeo. C. Stone, a. A. Prewltt, Oaihler; Miss EUYTH YOUNG Gltiaos, after a I sowed ononoacroOOuounds,orlbush- - heart. Congratulations from tho Hal A. P. Young, AU. Osehler, delightful mouth's visit to Miss Isabel- ol of It, and on 1 acres 40 pounds, tho loy fumlly wero In order, after which la liulloy, left for her homo In Ottawa, result was I had 30 bushels from tbo Mr. and Mrs. Campbell drovo oil as DIKECTOHS: III., yesterday. Possessed of every at- uero sown 00 pounds to tho aero und 32 happy us mortals over get. It was tho Oeo, E. Stone, W. H. tribute of womanly loveliness, it Is little bushels from tho li acres sowu 32 llrst tlmo Mrs. Halley had ever heard W. M, Wilkinson, E. H. Kldd, Myers, wonder that she made hosts ot frlecds iKjuuds to tho ucre. So wo cun reuson- - hor husband marry a couplo and she M. Tsylor, EllloM, John J. hero und thut she carried awuy at least ubl conclude thut 45 pounds, or three wus so well pleased that tho judgo got F, P. Oombest, James A. Estes, Dink Wilkinson. two masculine hearts, whoso owners pecks per aero, Is sulllclcnt to produce almost as much congratulation us tbo It. L. Wllllems, couplo that bad just been married. a jjood crop. refuse to bo comforted. ok Mrs. J, S. Weim and daughter, of Foil IlKNT. Storo room on Main Danville, aro spending tho heated torm Stncot In I NTF.moit Journal building. - The Hustonville HUSTONVIL-UE- 3 Fair, July 26. ' s e , KY. Three Days, 0011111160 Wr-Sf.K- Music by Ssxton'g Celebrated Band. in SuSprST $1,500.00 In Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. Liberal Premiums In all Kings. m JAS. P. HARPER, President; W. D. HOOKER. Secrotarv: J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. Dan-vlll- THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This is now the most un Gallerr In rVniml Cnh,. ccnlly equipped with the marvelous AnnMlcm.it ljn.. ,,. .,.. science te ; '1 v.-.11 ! i i ., , I wish to say to tho Ladies thnt THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very katest Designs r) JVJouldigs nnAt.i.i e, Patterns never sold In c..: i able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among tho lot is the Xew French "Fleur-De-Limouldings specially suitable for dellcato pictures,. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ro. .puvnumuijiinuii:, ,, ucii iu isimviiie, can anu see us anu get our prices. Wo will nave you money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office, Danville, Ky. this locality tVfnmIinvn tn hn .Mn in IM-I- m Still Id The Lead. Our continued good trade In Gent's : Furnishings We can fill ! nil Knables us to keep up with nil tho dcmnmU for Summer Wear. wants for I a a Nice Underwear, m mm Fine Dress Shirts, Nobby Ties, Kid &c., GLOVE FITTING SHOES. G-love- s, Al 1 100-yar- d JOHN P. JONES. m o lL JbaV BVMsW JsfltslssislilsflksfesMst Vsis7BsssS sHT K seml-unnu- al July The above cuts aro teprescntatlons ol a fow pieces of Handsomely Decorated, hand painted china, now on exhibition in our window, which we intend giving nway free to our customers. e guarantee that our prices on goods will remain tbo same. This Special Offer Is made for tho purpose nt increasing our trade nnd showing the people that wo truly appreciate their patronage. This ware is rapidly taking the placo of White Granite or Iron Stone China. It hm that fcoft, white, velvety finish; is of tho tlnest qua ity, and without doubt tho best In the world. Tho shapes are the very latest patterns and have been designed to mct the tastes of the must fastidious. It is only by our guaranteeing to uso a largo quantity of this waro that we have been nblo to get it at a price that puts It within tno reach of nil. Our assortment consists of Cups and Saucers, Tie I'latcn, liroakfast I'lates, Dinner I'latcs, l'latters. Covered Dishes, Cream Pitchers. Suuar Howls, Tea l'ots, and everything e'so which goes to make up a FINE SET OF DISHES. We will begin giving tickets with the amount of each cash purchase Saturday 1st Ibis China is given with purchases of $1 to $44. x .... ... ..... ... .... .... SEVERANCE&SONS LOOK .Wo Sell. ! o New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Bldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. . If you need a Machine call In, we can suit you, HIGGINS & McKINNBY. . i SI..- -. jjjsVe.ii j. JL y a'blljlL4Ta.) $1 T When not THE NTERIOR JOURNAL Aavyai UtlM J. W. Allen at 31c. STOCK. SUMMER LARK TOU119. HOW 11EST TO TfEACII M1CUIOAN Joiijr It. Castlimax, ArtiicrO. UxniiAM, IlHrcKixmtHir: OAsn.rMAX GOOD FARM FOR SALtL. tK-atc- d FARM FOR SALE ON TWAPE. HplendM farm cfSI" arre. In Soul md S"xi6vri will be charged to Cincinnati Saturday two car load of hops bought shlDDcd PER YE ARC ASH opida3.03 tZK&i X No.W Lea.e Stanford at Admiration bent Mav Hempstead la tho $15,000 spcclnlraco at Shoopshead Day Saturday. Tho Glasgow News roports talcs of a pair of mules nt $160, another at 2i5 and 127 sheep bought In Russell county The Paris News reports a snlo of 1,000 bushels of wheat at 05c. Dour bon's crop Is about 05 per cent, of the average. Isham Itailcy bought of the, Mccon-nc- ll estate, 411 acres of land 31 miles from Versailles, at $30 for 229 acres, 150 for 145 and ?.":! for 51. Atapubllcsalo of Shorthorns held bv W. T. Miller at Winchester, Ind., 18 females averaged $26!) IB and three bulls averaged I251.G0. Charlie Dawes cot back from I'ulaslcl yesterday whero ho bought a lot of hogs ana a ouncn at 3jc, some sheep at of calves and steers at $10 to $.10. E. P. Woods sold to B. J. Lancaster .Is Son. of Lebanon, twoShorthorn cows for $250 and bought of J. H. MoAlIster and others a car load of hogs at 31c. Tho St. Helens Land Coat and Iron Company sold 0,000 acres of timber land to M. H. Courtney, of Clay City, for $15,000. Tho land Is situated In Leo and Wolf counties. Tho Lexlncton Gazette says that Roger Early purchased 17 maro mules carlv In tho season at from !$90 to his crop with $100. Ho out In tbcm and sold them on Monday at $125. Gen. John B. Castleman will havo a string of lino saddlers at tho Huston-vlll- o fair. J. T. Crenshaw and a half dozen other Lexington horsemen wrlto that thoy will bo on hand with good .io mum it O at 2.S0. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. . No. S Amlrr at Stanford t JOS A. 8 H A. K. No. 4 Learee Stanford at 12.00 DAT. at Howland No. SI Arrltee J.-- r. M. KNOXVILLEDIVISIOH. He. 14 Train rolnr, North . ". HA.M " South . ,M " 11 02 2 41 ...12 35 " am km ..J.'Sipw pm For sllll'olnta. EO'iail TICKETS HOLD. 11AOOAOE CHECKED TllUOUGU. For any Information enijulr ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Tho Mecca of America's roorta has hnn nrrwlalmed by all experienced tourists to bo Northern Mlchlgon. Tho cllmato through, midsummer compares -- in, K'nninnUv's best October days;iho hotol accommodations appeal to tho most fastidious ana aiioru nn u..ui.Oi Liverpool. ... . ..it t, mirio of any! tho con cry Is beyond comparo In both land and Ijrgrt Kirs Iimiranrn Company In Hi .tmilnil 111 Worlu. water scapo ana amuemcnw grca'. varloty Including peorless soort & for tho angler. Tho Monon Itouto irom Loutsvillo to Chicago in connection Manager Southern l)opnrtrant, "Manl-tou,- " with tho superb steel steamer Gcnernt OfllCf r. Columlila llulldlnj;, Chicago to Mackinac, from Ky. (M) Day View, Charlevoix and a of other resorts presonts a, novelty We Utsi Fanduret and Ds All Sleds of SI- host l L.n.nni.iidnn rind makes tho OUtlng cyeli Espilrlnj, completely perfect. Tho oxpenso of this Is no greater than an ran, r urwi-e- r THE DANVILLE CVCLECO , DA.NVII.LE, KY trip Ho III Third M. particulars will bo furnished on request to E. H. IJacon, district passen- Finely Lceatel Erlek Kci'.dosco In VIontl- cello, Kcntaciy, with ETacreicf ger agent, Mooon Uouto, Loulovlllc, Land well InpTored f:r Sale. Ky ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, I)ul-ltvlll- Wf Acre.. Known n tho Krurgir pliOf. Una on It two coo.1 dwclllnfra, la well wsler-ei- l. rood f.rinlM wintry f. Ihljkly JlW "."LjJ ? under nmlfenro snd tbn IkikI I In a on .y term, or trad, to fjrm '".'Jr"' n,'"" dlrfrrynre in a Will .ell prlvato lurkr. raapayll.mn high atnto of cultivation. Ad Irt.. Ilm '. .xtant.nl. K 1 trad l. OWKNB, AiitST. (HO) 8. lj. no nAr TurneraTlllfi nil cnutslnltg KanM. Pretty Home For Sale. fotiimod loin fratna tiulldlneof 10 iiKima, In romonalily gtioil repitlr. while the lot con-mli- m pri)erty at lluntonrlllo UnlTcr. pilforanlo irlrilely Tln ilwrlllntr Is Tlio Cook 10 R. A. JONES, u cutiraL; DENTIST, Barbee y, acres of aplemlia land. The are good anil there la ronrcnlent to tho realdence a No. I cittern. There la no home In Central moro Iirctller nr and a convenient m hail In It Imraln can For furll'ier partlculara call on J II. Cook, HI lluatonvllle, or O. II. Cooler, ftanford Stanford, Ky. e, W. S. BEAZLEY, 1). D. S., J. S. MURPHY, Acnt Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With VIUllMd Offlco I tr lb Waltor A. Wood Machlno Oo AndalKiaitrat fuelba Air. Physician In attendance. In tho New Thompon llulldlnR. ts - FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. r. K., M. Tralna leare Frankfort at 7 A. q Aand 8:41 reach-i- .. C. and nnectln; at (leorgetown with p,ri. .i 4(i x. h. and 8:10 r. M. Uare TariaA. at:IJwithM. ami :S0 r. connecting at Oeonreand reaching Frankfort at 9.13 town '""""jfisEVUB. QUEEN QC. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. CRESCENT. QUEEN& CRESCENT LKJW JULY UATia. round-tri- p rates aro in effect from all points on tho Queen & Crescent Itouie. Dates of salo July 2, 3 and 4lb. Ask your agent for full particulars. tSsSfe FOOHTII OF ono-chan- Tralna pau Junction City aa followa: 4 11pm 1 H. I Sonth .....12 02 p m No. 2 North.. .4Sam .1IS0 m "4 " " He. Ho. Ho. 5 Thf abor property ! known a. lb John OirL-maplan and 1. orrui'lnl now br lxult Cbit.v l'HYSIOIAN AND DKUOOIST, The nouM ranlaln. S roini., fine wall al klttben dnor. a giol orchard, a n.w and all MOKINNBY, - ICIENTUOKY. oulbiilldlnia A new Urn, fenrina In rHl rrutr and the land In a jooliuie of cultirailan, A we liara mrt wllh a great loiabr r rerenllr we want to Ml thla propertr and an. ouewbo Preacrlptlona Carefullv Comioundcd Day or want. It would do well to write to NlghU , JAMLS IlijrMllle.O. We al hara for aalt, a builnM. tmt.. I.n Ic. alai ISiKifrwt In Hie nV rurner of lha public uarc 111 .Monureuo, ivy , ana inipmi ttr Kernia an earhange lor Itour, lueal Dd f.iil Till. I. a. gol a Hand a. there I. In LIVEEY, FEED AND BALE Montli-ellfor biulneM. ror partltulan and trnu. addras the alw.e. DR. itf. L. LOADER, Lowry Crass Binding Twine Vk cheap and ellrctll.lnd. II wo.thof which will uMiirniiii'Mnuui iusj iwi -- - - lelfhlU UACEIKE SUPPLIES AUD MUIM. Call on iu and I will Mte you money. I) J. fi. Ml lll'll V, TuteetMllIe, Ky. B. G. FOX, J. T. SUTTOIC, Undortnlcor, Hustonville, Kentucky o4 of Weal Llltola Offer Ms srt live lo lb and Ctmy countle. lull .lock ol Coffln.aad Caaa. t. alway.on band. U.S. Carpenter. Man.fer. " " ......lll'am .8 05pra "10 " " " lS4pm 600am No. 1 and 2 do not itop. ther than Junction City. 9 and 10 run no fur- Administrator's Sale. ailmlnUtrntor of the Ooocli. dwreatol, ne will on Aa STABLE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Ilorw. and Mule ccnaUntly at all time. on hand and RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest mrnaccre to health of the present day. apYn auuo roweta co., ntw took. The Scmthern Mutual Investment Company, farmers will hold their wheat. Very few are disposed to sell at the prevailing price, 05 cents, and a number will store their crops. Uogar & Co., of Midway, havo bought about 7,000 bushels at 63 and 70 cents. (Statisticians placo thq production of wheat this year In tho U. S. not above 530,000,(00 bushels, which Is a decrcaso aj compared with last yrar of 123,000,-00- 0 bushels. Tho world's yield shows a reduction of 332,000,000 bushels. Monto Box, of Danville, bought 51 d cattle of Boota head of Bros., and 00 of Sam Forsytho at 4!c. Dallas Mclntyro sold 75 lambs that averaged 00 pounds at 51. Anderson & Splllman bought In Mercer county Demo30,000 bushels of wheat at CSo 1,400-poun- ones. Woodford Fresh milk cows aro very scarce.says a largo New York dealer. "'Cows that Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. came with a guarantecof 12 qnarts of milk a day havo sold for $20 and $30, but any kind of a cow will bring $30 We Pay While You Live. now. The demand is so great that I Old Line Companies Py When Tea Die. can scarcely fill orders. Dealers are shipping cows to Cuba and this hasalso Oiu SI 50.00) raid In Urine benefit. in New Orer SM.UOO lleserre and fcurplua helped to make them bcarco York State. II ItSES WEAKEN, Loc.l Acent,. Stanford. Ky. A.SMlTHlltO MA.N.becy., Tho Wabash, Ind.. papers say that J. 15 Lexington, Ky. E. Carson's sale of Jersey cattle was a success In every pa?tlcular. Col. Edmonson, of Kansas City, who auctioneered tho sale, disposed of 50 cows, eight heifers and cah'cs, six bulls and four horses at nrlces averaging $85, tho highest price paid being $270 for a fine Jersey cow. Thero wero representatives from some of tho largest stock farms In Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan. W. W. Lyon bought of William nine holfers at $11; of Clojd & Hicks 73 wethers at 3 to 3Jc, 28 lambs at 5u and a cow at 3c; of L. C. Dunn 1 1 700 pound heifers at 3c; of C. Catno-nlsc- h heifer for $10. one high-graa Uo sold to Emmett McCormuck bunch of yearllug heifers at $17; to A. steers at 4 V. Carpenter 13 to4oandto D. C. Allen and G. M. d) teas I w motii t baaunfttiag (b Givens 115 wethers and bucks at 21 to y 31c, a lot of cows and heifers at 3 to 4c Tho Favorite Lino aid a cow and catf for $27 50. crat. Of Lexington, Ky. Y. P. S.C. E., Detroit, Mich., July -- rcsLow rates via Queen Dates of salo July .id to cent Route. of cars to De 0th. Only Liberal return limits. troit. Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, Juno 27 to July 0. Low round trip rates .hi,rwi.n.fc Crescent Route from all points In Kentucky, good until July 0th returning. Ask ticket agent for particulars. Central Holiness v,amp. July 8lh to 10th. Tickets will bo sold July via the Queen & Crescent Routo to 15 from all stations, ury iuuku Somerset Included, at 11 fare for tho See round trip. Good to July 18th. agents for particulars. Central Holiness uarap .uuuwu,,, low rates, Dry wno-- o inlv Ridge to Somerset Inclusive, good to return July 18. Annual Meeting National Hardwood Lumber Association, Milwaukee, Wis., July 13 10. , Womans' Foreign nissioou-- j uv...-va., of Holston Conference, Radford, July 9. , x.u- u Supreme Lodgo unuorin T. M., Port Huron, camrmentK.O. Mich.. July 17- Annual Convention Medal of Honor Legion, Burlington, Vt., July -I- of William for aalc WcdiicHdny, July xa, '99, A. 8. PRICE, tho t'atatv, to wit. 15 milk cow.. One bull. U At the late resilience of dvoedeiit on 1U lll.er In Lincoln county. Ky . altout 0 InlU-- n Kat of Manford, oell at public auction to the highest bidder thla permmal property of Surgeon Dentist, Mclloberta' S&f Star In Mason Hotel MIW. U. U.SIMI'SOX, l'ror.. a.i5HHHvJ Stanford, Ky. OraMtT Dm .gy IjtncnHtcr, tabic t Kentucky. nu, cattle, 0 jearllng cattle. lu" yearling heifer., t head of hone, and marea, T now. nnd a lot of ahoata, 2? feeding ling. 21 ewe. nnd one buck, 21 liiiil.nri. Newly furnlshedi clean beds; gplcndad 1'orteri i. Kverylhlutf S9 meet all tralna. th Uwal.f nrt-claaj- PIBB, JLIFE &c When Yon Need lenr In mind doll cheap. Your Muggy or Wagou Hetrtlred 1 can do It good and S-- barrel, of corn In crib. Alotof furuilnc Implement., houaehold and kitchen furniture. , 2 C:?rer SUUs And Worms And 10 Huh Tabs. TriiMJ. A creditor four month, on nolo with good security with Interest from dato and pa able In bank. No property to tie removed until the term, of aalu are complied with. Ilr.TTir. W Ooorti, AUiut 100 l, lnml. Docs Yonr Horse .aciiDiEjnsrT INSURANCE. It mi bring hlru to Need Minting uie. Material ha. advanced but I will ho hltn for MV J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. 6-- 10-2- 0. Omy the Wit cumpanlea represented. You take your Wheal nnd Corn to Morrl. 1". InipitrieH aollclted. Prtd'a I'jchango In W in llaugherty'a ahoii K. 11. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. In etanford and get In exchange Dour and LlLlll'IIN GlMKII, Ileal. You Call 1mi buy I'iour, Meal, W. O. OtMX-lIlran, Chicken Teed A, ibettper at AdmluUtratora. my placo than any where lu town. A trial l.allla.k. Iwlletemv exchange will be a good thing for farmer, and I pledge liber! ON al transaction and full weight My good, His Hirer Holler come from Huddernr . Mill and are flr.tcla. MOltlll:) I'KKH Telephone No. C. m Capital Stork, 1U,(m. I would like to take option, on good farm term, nnd particu- Bucceawr to The Kanurra Hank A Tru.t CVranj In Lincoln County. I'or WM LANDOHAr. lar, addres. and uud.r aaiua man.ffruirnt cvuiiqu-ouil20 for " Iran. Krlgir, Ky. phlp-alul- Just Like a 1 Mill. OPTIONS FARMS WANTED. Lincoln County National Bank. y H. C. RUPLEY, rrt, .ho O. . k D. to Detrolt.Mlch. for tho Christian Endeavor annual July 5 to 10. Thrco solid thro' trains dally from Cincinnati. Rato one first class limited fare lor tno rou.m trip. Tickets good going J uiy J io o, 15. Inclusive with return limit of July r.,..horortnnlon to August 15 may bo secured by depositing tickets with joint i,t. Hutrolt. insist on naviuj; ..,... read via this routo. D. G. Edwards, P. T. M , Cincinnati, O. Solicits Your Bank Acoount, The Merchant Tailor, HonlDJ mch biitlnm. rrlatlon. will prot twntl.'Uil and plrauut. DIUI.CTOIIS mutual-Ij- r Stanpokd, Ky., Kh ...., fit WlllUiu.. J.J J.B. ilwalrjr, Sr., William tiuxb, A. W. W. H. cuiuiuln., J. ll Lynn, S. II. Miank. HcccIvIuk IiIm SprliiK & Humincr GoodK. l'rintr, de City. Th Cheap rates & Ohio has mado a rate o Chesapeake faro on tho certifid one and plan to Atlantic City for thomcet-- i cate Amprlran Homeopatlhc In i .v. 10th to stitute which meets thero Juno ono-thlr- Atlantlo to ft J. '. J. C.li. Ik O.il.T. OKHCiniS. -? Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. 730-pou- nd m m m Excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ily. has ar-- TOranged a series of excursions to Old Point Comfort. Va.. during tho months of July, August and September. Theso UnTraiua Morning and Evening from excursions will bo run on th,o second ion Station, 10th and Broadway. and fourth Tuesdays In each month. Passengers desiring information and Tho tickets will bo good on tho regular rates to hconslii. Minnesota, Cvcbraska' trains and will bo limited to 21 days. and points in the far West, including CalTho rate will bo $15 for tho round trip. ifornia, should address Persons desiring to go should send in Frank J. Heed, (Jen. Puss. Agt , their names for sleenlntr car snaco and K. If. ltacou, Dia. I'ass. Agl. statu on which train they will want to go. Any Information cheerfully furGen. Mgr. W.U. McDoel, Charles H. Hockwull Traffic Mgr, nished on application to any agent, or to G. W. Barney, dlv. pass. agent,Lox ington, Ky. IsOTJTSVIXiIiB Ry. reads via tho Chesapeake & Ohio Lex- dlv. pass, agent, Is to thu'Man. A coat of nlco Paint will Geo. W. Barney, add as much to tho appearance of your Ington, Ky. duelling m a "ew Suit will add to yours. ltOHHEU HIE "HAVE ... . I..II..,. ,.rhlrhMr Jobii llllu'r. Wo sell Uiu I'e.t ISiauJn of . wiL. .,-- .. .. ..SK . York to Philadelphia und New without change. Bo sure your tlcko Mth ThoCfcO hasttirougn siucp-er- s PAINT In &$ L S. II. hhank.. 1'rr.ldrnl; j. ll. ll. .icy.M. HrUkt, Aut. 1'a.blrr. L.mr W. ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAKFOUD, KY. to the House what CLOTHING CtltalStoek J100.000. Snrphi, po.lt lUuket Stanford In laM, $17.C33 SI aa Thla Inttltutloo originally ratablttbrd th !. w tlunrwrjauledu fr iBnosissLi 3l,v5LK.Jll5" " " And Dealer in CHICAGO. iSS&SS Penny's guaranled, al lVnnjr'a Drug ESffiiSSffiCB J'r. M f m Paints, Lends And Oils. Come to Suo Us, tba National Hank ofSUnlurd In 18C1 auda(alG reortanlwdaatka Klnt National llaukol Stanford In Us!, haa bad practically au uninterrupted eslat-enc.fII yeara. It la better auppllfd now will erally than tacllitlea for trauaacllng butloc. proinptly and lib er before In It. long and honorable Drug Store. tarrer. Account, ol Indl.lJuali, Bdudarlta.llrmr and lndlilJual. olldted. DIHICTOai. V. lUld, IJocolu Co.; J. W. Hayd.n, HAimSSS, SADDLERY, &0., 6TANKOHI). KY Vlce-Pres.- Southern Railway THE IIIIlHItf 1) steamer. Tickets roiurnii.K yla Lake Huron and Detroit, aiuo m..a through Lako Superior. Wrlto L. H. Louis- Bacon, district passenger agent, vllle, Ky to Monon Iterate. Steamer "ManltouHat-bMackinac, Pctoskoy. Charlevoix, Springs, Bay View, etc. Tho trip superb U without an equal; safe and . I St.nlird ' - itlain.ir ,.... S.T. Harrl., " J.S.Hocker, " W . II. IUubuian, T.IMIlll, W. A. Trlbblt, M. ' ". II l: Walton ' J. 11 Colllr,Crab Orcb'd M , D.KIuiort, htaufurd. J, MllUr, Ml.Vamon orricaa.. J S. Hocker, Pruldeul; J, J. MclWUrt. Caablir, A A nDPTIHtQIll UiifAILDI I ovojurif D1D1D1U. lecllikMuud)uiIU pralnMibruugliuui tickets may bo oxtonded to and bo wllUcryoua wlio UIm Dr. QTATPQ in. 1 IV 1 LO Kiut'a.Naw Iilktirrryruraur lruul.lurililbroal, CilUril HRPifT Aug. 20. Seo C. II. & D. ur Luna. I"rliw Sou aud II Trial ixtllt Including Vlrilllfa. UBOrirla Cht I'.uny'a Dru Mure; eterjr bnttla (uarantwd. agents for information. KMntlirUV. TfinBuaiA. rr at North und Uouth lUrollua, Aluliutua, MUululpul, Prof. Scburman, of tho Philippine A rlllllinJ'L'LULUNDEU Cut or immlsslon. has returned and says ho Will ofiu ranu a borrlbla llurn. HU. In lbs Hiukifo'a Aruka Sal... tl.a be. (jund the people all anxious for peace llrulw. ud bolloves tho suppression of tho Lu ru'rum h bilu Lrupllom iwi )rw riu:!: ; .11 Oetweeo ani tie South. , guaraulwd. zon rebels will Insure loyalty in all lurui, ""1. mriu l. h r ATM PffiHT UlIJrt.l A THOUSAND roNUUKS Eoworth leaguo convention, IndiaCould nalriprtM tl riptur. o( Auul E. hprln- . H.& IS". of lUlllu.ir.l .it., I'nlladtlphla, I't ,.. when napolls, Ind., July 20-2- 3. ..n-D ! ill. nut.111.... II. L'ln..'. Vu. . Ii.mi... ,v, wwu- 'i a rat0 of ono fttre tuuiptlou bad toiupltleljr curwl tier of a lufUlug D. Ry. win bad uiads Ufa a burden, laiiKli that for iiunjr n.,r,.i.ti.in. nood irolng July 10-2- 1, rouiedlra and doctura could git lirr no .i All other aoou re- but ilia )l oftblatpyalCure--"i- t good roturnlnir to and Including July UltfltM luf liliu IU liir uni uiu . ,m itvw inri j"-- " inilif, umeihluK 1 tan MvriWjr reuieinlxrdolDif 24. By depositing ou ceiu 1 McKlnnar Al.lantCblrr. ,,i. itii.,.r" ThoC. "ik0 TO FARMERS. uI. lIur " J lnlr." A Family Carriage That cumblnea bonuly and comfort with convenience, is one of our well made, easy rid log ami elegant Surreys. It is unexcelled for workmanalilp. durability and comfort, and will glV3 moio kutlitfattlou fo gen cral family uie lliau other carriage inaJo Wo aro telling ilium Cheap aud Kakl. . furiil.hud ury time. AU kinds of I'urnlture und any piece or kind of llurneaa tou want. Call on Oliver Chilled l'lona und Itupalra. MultuCultlvutoni. Unit lu the wnild. lleurlng Koll aud Hall lleuilng Hinders. Peering Koll and Hall Hearing Mower. llojer lluckbourd. and Huggfoi. Harden Plows und Double Hhovela. Will pay murket price for Wool. Packs Epworth League International Mrctlng, Indianapolis, July 20th- - 23J. Finest trains In the South travel daily via the Through Sleeping Gars i U. B. OAltl'E.NTIUt. llUHToNVli.i.r, ICv QUEEN&CRESCENT Route to Cincinnati. Only one change to Indianapolis. Liberal return limits on tick ets via the Queen & Crescent at one fare for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars, w, vJi. i'. er WA.2STTE30D And willing to uy top prlcos In CASH for )uck, Oiee, Chickens, gKS. Keuthers. Turkus. Olutcug, Yellow Hoot, Hees Wux, Hides of all kluds. Copper, Hraa. Irou and Hones. Also will be In the market for wool. bee me aud get uiy price before telling, and spot cu.li. Call at ruy headquarters, fet & l'euco's Oltlce, near Deiiot, Stan- THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between LouUvllle and Lcalogtoo W. A. TOUK, O. P. A., Watliluglon. I). U. W. II. TAYLOE. A. Q. 1. A. Loulivllle, Ky other islands. bold bjr IVoflr, DruaaUt. ,.-!- -- nr, thn llrat NlUL'Uftt July 2 at $7 fro.fi Cincinnati their uiaUltlwa uerlt for (tick aud Ntrou and roturu, tickets good for 10 days, Thy uiak pur Mo! and tlroag at Lako ....y m i.... i with privilege of slop-ovi.r..!. .nil uuiiu up jrwui .., IacK Huul cur-rjr ih.ui. XJluu. Chautauqua. boidb7rW,DrutL V'l,"r'.ffl:!f,V.V:Al.n.'' 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