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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 7, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899070701_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 7, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVUI 'Hi: NATIONS NATAL HAY, CKl.nilUATKIl .t.OIIIOL'HLY TIIOCrlANIlH INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1899 10 A. M.. WK NO. 37 W. :1 IS HTAN- - raitn. or I'Hori.u TUVftf. UIIAWN TO I$S?IW : VfeHaaaKaiaH A UH l iflWH WHO KSJOY TUB FHHTIVITIKH OV A ClllltllTAIIMi KXIUMTIOJJ CONCHItNBII. TO AM. glorious Uh was gloriously celebrated iiorr, l occasion proving tho reddest letter day In tho history of Stanford for lunnv moons Tho wca thor was plousunt, ctfollunt oider wus observed and but few minor Incidents occurred thutevim .llghtlv marred th jnnnrul eood cti'T of thu duy Grand Marshal J C Florence, wltb C upt. Tlio tlon pinks which wcro onlcred for U, NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. como in time. d county teachers Shcltou M. Sauiley didn't let the .tlo",wl bo holu nt Junction City tho Female College get left, but on a gayly caparisoned steed carried Its w K "' ', "B' Jnmes Wooldrldge, a prominent mer- colors In great shape. chant and farmer of Kiistell county, St. Mrs. Dr. Stcolo Ilallcv. Mr Clair and Ml Isabella Iialloy wcro In d,led nt his home of consumption. their handsome trap, whlob was beau- 10 Luther Ware, of Danville, won tho mile bicycle ruco over a rough turn tifully dressed. Cook .V Farm :r had n creditable lloat pike al Lexington In b'l minutes. Tlie Advocate says that a black snake telling nhotii their tonrorlal got Luciun Mooro's Up In lis mouth establishment. Last but not least came tho float of and wouldn't let go till It thundered. Judge Waller Lruns spent the Ith ot Oral ,c Hooker a model drug store, July wiih the Hon. John W. Yerkcs will Ma "Kllxlrof Life," wltb which And family, but bis, visit wus purely Warren renews bis youth like tho ',.... ioo , itMocia-Stanfor- HA I CI ,',v C) L! ! I !I 1 ta . A IM r. a i . Jikj Young, of Adair, fell from a hay After pissing down Main Street, the procession turned into Whitley Ave- lW agon ou u pitch fork, which was driv l(!) nue, tlinnco a crons streol to Logan en almost through his body, fatally In juring him. Avenue and then back to Muln. It was Mfinf lf.f.ll.1 u?IM llli.lit hni'n tni,lint after II o'clock, when It got back to where after tho band bank J It Oatts, of that lilnee. and tho court-hous- e, h l inured BOino good pieces und tho Joseph Gibson, of Somerset, arc workaLLP (!) WUV ing to that end. choir had sung some patriotic alrs,Mls Alpine tints, ltai'road lints, At Valley View, Mrs. lieitlo Kellcy, haste; liurch from her high on ercb of aged 00, was found dead In a Held, h r innrlot read tho 'Declaration hither she hud gone to catch a horse, ii 'pondpnou" with iiiiii'lielocutlonnry Tt t. was moie rauslo and a oul pluy is suspected. There I!) Mrs Maltle McCreary Hrmistoo, of u'riollu itddrAss by the rising young lUcbmond. Iironn Hats, Pearl Hats, Iihck Hats, In fact almost any hat wanted left Sil.OOO to Gov. James i ilor, J. Hlubard Hush, who maln- It. McCreary and $2.,000 to hi sou, It. l i ho lino reputation ho Is making i It. Mi-- ri.ttrv. nf Pill..,.,.. 4. in a spunkcr. Mrs. It I'. Adams of Dan I' Dineen, tho popular (Jueen Lexington, sang"Old Kentucky Homo" passenger conductor, rejoices yev1 witn i harming affect, ihnre .Tin more In tho arrival of a line sun, weighing 11 V.AIIUI rouiiu by burnt and choir aod tho morning exoreisos, afler announeomont by iiounds, at his homo In Somerset, who ISIil.MII li ( I i i - MAtlb l Vlanuger A A Wurron, wore has been christened John S. Dineen I C Itainoy s livery stable with 13 over. In the aflerooon after listening to horses, una C II IliKtiu's barn, along of pictures of th Hon Foouiino Fox Itobbllt H i itsAls. with hoiri' foar to wltb a large coach, burned at Monti-cell- o Htvd bill and mritol ulro made aiiipyr-M- ti iTuosduy night. Ramsey's los Is lialehu oh the wlogs of thu of tho iuim r. Hy hor side in the char- American eagle and Col T. I'. Hill l,uJ0, Insurance SJ,000. Uustln's loss, in r hah Hru a volley ot fervid oratory replelu ?2,000, Insurance $1,00 d Hie p Who with Mayor Monofec ulih pQirlotlin, the crowd onjovod tho Oliver Johnson was arrested In Dan- o races The blcyolc race from the iim O'' lilts and taken to Liberty. Ho was in Lauoa-te- r slrol, 3 entries, wus discovered ut the homo of a Negress JVnnv nnwiinl nu Jiilris, wa a Ann by IhilHs Deliorde, the 200 yard wltb Miss Lena Statun, a respectable nrliorr. while the two Harvev. Ih order to get to Good Values and I'lg Iiargalns. . i rHC for men, 0 onirics, by Kd joung while womun of Casey. When MelloherW and Helm, Mel their p. T " entries, tho ottlcurs entered tbo room ho was N v us, lOOvards for boys, Hl.ll eltloos as assistant, wltb Xg W alter Jones nnd tbo Negro raeu, nrudli Many of Urn btMiae .1 f II trying to Induce her to drink from a ;. T HUH '.tiles, by Charley Uaughman. Tho bottle supposed to contuln drugged litioof tnureh rioated "oM tfl n it.. jIK r nico did not till und vveic do wine Miss Statcu said Johnson had othor poirimlo Ituntluif, while . lu id ot. promised to take her homo In his bug:v, at Asaph wa Jhrowa us lb TV. ' m. nn i l. m. Ii Weuren wai clerk ot the gy and hud brought her to tho Negro's tho Uri fllk llallhai .Is Oflering Ptw man, who residence by telling bcr It wus a 'ure-- and general utility ralid n prov tnl u real ulilltarlan. boarding-hous- e iifler flrlnaroumj of ?irwlut; where they would get UllI'llO i ue nru cumpaujr iith uu uauiuuiuii dinner. ' tbolr skill In fire lighting at :". Ths new Danvlllo Fulr Association iB'ad wltb iiiiu-- i i Thu o'clock. Thu alarm sounded and the hasten, organised and a fair will bo promptni'M from a point m rUnuiu-AvonuLook for j cursclf and tell your friends. crv of ''llro'' went around. The laddies glyen Aug. 301b. 31st and Sept. 1st. and war lfd by Maoi Men. '. promptly responded and In short order Tho olllcers are: President, E. W. iinJ Judca Httllny In a doemiJ b put out un imaginary tiro In tho Opera Vice President, T.H. Bright; Judct V H CnrMiB, who hi - i House This feature created botb Second Vice President, Col. W. M. oithcr a magllete or polli'r jiidVi- 1iti alarm and admiration, alarm because Hughes; Secretary, Henry C. Bright; umi ibea .a. c for .TO jear( few knew tttat lt wa a fatso ono. and Fine Pants tSTduits Cleaned and Prescd."3 Shirts, Pats. tbo lloala. Assistant Secretary, Will Woodcock; The fireworks undortheskllful hand- Treusuror, Frank N. Lee. Directors, LT ItOW AN SAl'J I.KY. ling of Messrs A. A. Wurron, J. C. A. K. Hundloy, C P. Cecil, Jr., Geo. WHO KOIIK WITH MIS WAKKKN. McClarv, W. W Withers and Joe Sev- Coulter, J. Graitvillo Cecil, Jr., L 5 erance proved a fitting Qnalu to tho many Itowland, J. K; Mottobcrts, D. P. Row-lanlot sal Lt Kowuu Sauiley in bis reel Interesting features of tho day. ThouI. M. Dunn. C. M. Rice, Sam Mc&c , mentals nml tho wholo formed a picture sands ot people lined the sldo walks Dowell. Chnrlle N Smith. Guy Wisethat was highly complimented on all iiud tilled oourt square and cheered man, R D Ilrucc and J L. Frohraan. alonj; Mla War sides. As tboy when some of tho bost pieces In addition to tho regular stock show gracefully handed to tho on looker liisiilv ren fired. Wobuvosocn t'ayn, him there will be cako walks and other copies of tho paper she represented hot woio salt, glvo a loss crcditablu spectacle amusing feuturcs, Including tho celefrom tho press. tho management guve us Tuesday brated Nowsbojs' Band, of Louisville Uiik'll Chancullor, llojr bedecked than night. Legion, which went to Porto Rico with carriage, containing his fainlly. This Linen Suit? 1 got lt at Jarucs Fryc's He has cut the price ou At Wurron, tho originator of tho Gen. Castlemun and his boys during A number of Odd l'ellowe In fancy suhemo to celebrate, was almost omnl iIicm! V Suits to J. 50. Ho has some Spaln.Advocato. vehicle. present. Ho saw to all tho details, sang tho war with I,.l Wilkinson, painted and dressed in the choir, blew a horn in the bund, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. lit bunting, In largo Moat, shaving Joe run tho llreworks anil did many othor Yea and he is huge razor, which ho things too numerous to mention. "Lb Badlo Walls, 10, and Miss Eva Nuilus with a II, were married al Liberty . strapped on u side of leather. hur, big duy ain't It?" ho would fay, Out Carter Ac Slraub, millers, lloat repre- while taking little credit to himself for John W. Stringer, 27, und Miss NanJ. C. FLOKBN'CC CIIIUK M HS1IAI.. ij It. Moson.'Jl, celebrated tho Ith by Ami gives jou a chance on that fine Sewing Machine wltb eve'j $1 senting their business, with sacks of nie Tho management nsks us to statu as Eld. Joseph nallou lo bind them worth you buy That's tho placo to trade, Sure. J. C. McClury dressed an I nclo Sam their various brands of manufacture. drove u handsome Moat, with un clem- - Tho Louls lllu Store and J. T. Jonoe, emphatically us can bo :bat It bad no heart and hand. tid aeaton which tatMUK4ie Hurch, thu pluminer, Xegro singers In u big ptrt nor lot lu the barbarous gunder A dispatch from Mlddleburg says that ueclc pulling, which ulono marred Sberltl James Brown, of Casey, and who ory admirably represeuted tho wagon, wbien showed up both tbo doings of thu duy. Tho poor bird Miss Mattlo May0eld, of Lincoln coun-tCiodik'B of Liberty. wcro married at Stanford on tho Tho firo company undur Clilel I M. J II. liaiightuan .v ( o hud thu most was suspended to a wire for hours und hoo uinpr'hui)stvu liisplity u thu proces- when llnullyu number of young mou night of tho 3rd at o'clock, but If Hrucocamo noxt with deoor.ili-unii hook u ml laddur carrlucot sion, everything they make or hundlu rodo rapidly undur It and tried to pull they did wo can not find out whoro tbo off lis head Its shrieks of pain wcio knot was tied. Wo congratulate tho Hand wagon deeonilod and beurin' a being shown. hIl'ii of the Donlocral. illgglus .V MoKlnnuy showed a wheat pltlublo to hour, livery body was re- groom ull the sumo and w heth cr lt Is Unclobaui(J N.) Saiuiiler with HI field, with their various Implements of lieved when Logan Wood at last Jerked trim or not lt ouL'ht to bo true, us It Is llttlo KirU, repii'oiilln the lHorlciual agrleulturo la a lloul, In which there olf thu head. Gander head pulling Is high tlmo ho was getting n wifo if ho etho relloof u dark ugu and ought not Intends to. colonies. wuro many happy voung people. Ueazlny .V Curler, larjro lloul liuded largo samules of his tobo permlltcd In tlicso dajsot law Miss Leontlno Chlsholm, tbo weatlh- Wo Sell. J. II. Meier bad ugulnstcrucl'ty to unlmule. It was now lest joung'woman In Georgia, was ro o wltb Krocorles, )rotiy tflrU und bruud and other products, WllhucoupU boy of bovs going for Ice cream with a icest 10 o'clock, tho exercises having lasted mantically married to Walter I". An Uaazloy tiros' livery stabli', dec mi U. IC. Wcarcn & Son showed plows, for - hours and proved from start to drews, u young lawyer of Atlanta, at tcdcarrluuodrlien hy K. It. lieazloy other Implements und vehicles, Includ finish what Stanford can do when sbo South Hampton, Long Island, Now und conliUnlhL' evi'iil jiuinu lailling a lino buggy, In wiilch sat John tries. Tho management Is to bo heart- York, whoro tho brldo was visiting hor ily congratulated for Its olTorts and guardian. MUs Chlsholm has been ono 11. Shanks mid Kd Hale courting. Win, Heck, bedecked currUgo con- overy body, who took part, for tho of tho Atlanta social lcadors for six '" " " earnest mannorlu which thoy entered years, and berhund was sought by many taining his family. A It. Florcncicoujprchcnslvoudicr-tlseiuun- t Into the schema to celebrate tbo glorl beaux. Mr. Andrews is a oor man of his business nuil Obelisk oils fourth and glvo tbo peoplo a duy of but lovo luughed at povorty. y cpjoymcut. llour. Ho throw mirror udverllsements clean und praise-worthPKAl'.NIS CANNOr 11K lUlttll of ilia latter rght and left, which tbo l Tho American dologatcs scored a It locil i.Jlctloin, si Ihsy cauuot rsicli way to boys serumblod to gel. If you need a Ma?hlno call lu, we can suit you. iwrllou of toe eir. Tlitro is uuly on ( great success In obtaining from tbo luredwiruruauJ tint Ii by couillluilpual jiiif I. M. Ilrucc bud his wife und soioo l'eaeo Conforonco a unanimous voto olefc DtMfuen is wusixl by lu InHiiusJ roDilUlou of lbs l.u.liiblni Tub young ludlos In a prettily decorated lu favor of having the qucstlou of pri of lbs wuixius linluluttiiueJ you aiuiubllou HIGG-IN- S ," VVhfo tbU tubs itu vehicle ,uu.l or luiir(l IwnluK. nud wbeu It U snilrsly vate proerty ut sea In timo of war clowl ileifusw Is lb rwult, sod uulrsi tbe luMiui; Suveranud & Son had a very large . .. ....... . . -. i.k... nut mii.I IbU iuImi resturtl iv lloul from which tboy threw base bulls dealt with at u cpeclal conference to do lu Us normal cuudltlou. Inirlug will l dnirojrra out of ten ar caul b latarrli, forsiirr ulu-.cups and belts und created great summoned hereafter. bats, 1 ruuJUlou of tbo Flro lu Paris, Tenn., destroyed 20 wblcU l uolblni! but au lnlliiusd Interest and enthusiasm. miuwussii ai llunjri Dollars loraurcaw buildings, Including several business by iiUrrb) Ibal nnuol I Warn a & Shanks had a largo cook of lkafua Is to the Houw what ir O. stovo and other things they keep on blocks. Firoworks ouuscd tho bluzo. UrJ.T. by lulls iwarrn tiir.A CO.,TilJo, rnvu' J Cbtuty Loss $175,000. band. b.Ubyl)ruMl;li.IV. ssssssssssB ..sssUissssH Flro at Pratt City, Ala., destroyed 40 Hall s Family tills are Ibe best. DW. W. Withers hud tho prettiest of tho conceptions -- "A Soldier's Uream," buildings, Including tho principal T1IK KAOI.K, KINO Or ALL MUDS, Is to tho Man, A coat of nice Paint will It was a trodcl bed chamber on u bed la business blocks; loss, $53,000, insurance Is uotcd for tu keen slRht, clear and dls add as much lo tbo appearance of your Bo arc llioo jwrsom who uo dwelling as a New Puit will add to your. which Sorgt. J. II. Joaos lay and 13,000. llnct vlilou. tmt bulherlaiid'a EKl'Ky balvcfor weak e)i)S. We sell the lWt llrands ot dreamed bo was enjoying tbo luxurious THAT TllltOlllllNO HKADACilK. tves,oroeji'ofauy kind or granulated WguM iiukkljr lolls )rou, If you usul lr. King' MAIISHAL surroundings. bold at 1'eiiD) 's ut XJ cents. Ids. HAHVKY IIKI.M. ASSISTANT Nrw Urslllls. 'IbauMudsoIsurlvrers lilts fiu.u m s .i As pretty us was this float It would 1 their uitclilirM uirrll tor sick sua n..... u...uinm TnttifMAr. whs rovullv Int. limy uisks mrs blau.1 ul strogr Gon. Wheolor has beeu ordered to Come to See Us, b.vo been much prettier had tho 100 iisifm sua build up your hsultu, lu Uok report to Gen. Otis at Manila for serby lovely Ml.aJennto War eight dozen curna rryllinu byOuly'JoruU. Mwry bsik If uut mi vice In tbo Philippines. IVuuy, Piuul't. made of Intehiou Rectal tnllax and buM e4. dresa 1 oglc euciui- I I I I I I HATS, HATS lints to Suit Everybody. I 1 t - Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, Jfi I r Stetson Hetts H. I I ! ( J. M'ROBERTS. ?!? 'J .. P 1 1 en.-ra- . iH-- t, Gandida te Named And Convention Adjourned jt r i. l Col-'.-g- cl ti... Ml. f.1 C. aiMH. i nn W. rlf" isafc. .. srmjn w , THE LOBE $M vr t- - i $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. v ' 4 iy. Ih-ii- Iiiii.u We Need The Cash tm.ernr ! d, TUB GLOJ3B, Co y. J. L. Frohman 'Phone 136, Danville. jued WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? i V 0 Nice Crash Suits For $2. iel, Closing His Straw And Linen Hats get-tlo- JAMBS FRYB; Hustonville. y, y LOOK i band-isom- suuh4,n'" , New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing" Machines. Bldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma& McKINNEY. chine. IhsJli-vla&- 'HBBsHr"'-5i- PAINT CLOTHING sssBiPVssl , Nerirrn-HeiJ- Paints, Leads And Oils. Scladlna Penny's Drug Store. x THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. ?!' r&- - - July 7, 1899 i J W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. will dccldo, after consultation with tho L. & N.. not to support it. Stnco Iu alleged sell out, its support Is worso than ita condemnation, Ucsldcs with flying the ticket tho Courier-Journ- al under a very gumo democratic cock, tho oxistenco of tho Dispatch Is no longer necessary or desirable Wo don't The Loulsvlllo Dispatch pretends to tral nnd oxocutlvo committees at ously montioncd for another.a vory big hcsititlng whether It will support Ernnkfort, July 11, tod(scus plans for thinkInthoro will bo foundparty nt tho the domocratio tho ticket or not, after doing It all tho tho campaign and to transact other holo place W. C. Owona broko out. Owens- dirt It can. A for our part wo hope it business. Messenger. bo sTH-- b 'a For (Jownor, WH.UAM GOF.KF.I. KorUfuttnintUoTfrnor. J. C. W. nECKHAM. for Attorner Central, It. J. ltUECKIXmmiE. KorAuJllnr, OfSO For TrMiurer, COULTF.Il. S. W. IIAOKH. or Secrf tarr ol State, HIM.. C.11UKCK In.tmcllon For Slrlntnclnt of Public lIAllltY MCCHESXEY. For Coniuilnloner of Agriculture, Dim. HKCKNF.it, of Winchester, who by occldont was elected to fill out a term In Congress, and of whom tholato Senator Deck said that ho had scon 20 pictures of Judaa Isoarlot, no two of which wcro alike, but all looked like Dill Bcckner, la out in a "kcerd" In tha Dispatch saying that he loves his country better than party regularity and will not support tho ticket. Good. Bill Is a hoodoo to any causo and a Jonah to any ticket. 10XI1.XAU.. For IUIlroa.1 Commlloner. C. C 3KC1I0KH. r PrfprmnUtlre, 31. F. SOUTH. The Loulsvlllo Post Is tearing Its little nether garment In Its clTort to say mean things about Gocbel, but Editor Knott Is gnawing a file. Ho has no standing In a democratic court and what ho says has wolght at all with democrats. There aro those who say ho is subsidized, but tho most charit able construction of his words and conduct would bo that ho is crazy. j.. V :,V Rfc ttfe jt v. ' !t r r Wr t- - & nuyolllco." After reading all the law books on We regret to see our esteemed friend finding no remedy that and fellow newspaper servant. Green the subject nnd is leasable, Gov. Bradley says: "If any It. Keller, of the Carlisle Mercury, how under take his defeat for Secretary of State man can figure out to me kinship nnd of so ungracefully. Ho saya ho will sup- tho existing conditions satisfactoport tho ticket, but at the same time thorough organization I can rily put an end to the Clay county says' things be may regret in tho fuguilty ones, I ture. A llfo long democrat oughtn't trouble and punish the will resign my otllco In his favor." by .writing as he THE announcement of the retirement to sully his record A new partv to bo known as tho does. of R. Leo Davis from the editorial conUnited Christian Party was launched trol of the Richmond Register strikes The Interior Journal never has at Des Molnea, la., Tuesday, when It ua with surprise and regret, as we had to say it will support the democratic nominated a State ticket. Ita platform do so. Mr. ticket. That goes without saying. And not heard of his intention to Is: "Wo believe In direct legislation S. P. Rock, formerly of the Climax, this tlmo we aro more enthusiastic over of tbo people, and, in order to make a took charge with the last issuo of that it than over. There couldn't havo government, a government from God "paper and ho will retain Mr. H. It. been made a better ticket than the one through Christ, wo should bo governed Plckels at the head of tho mechanical that heads this page. In November it In all things, law making lucludcd, by department. Mr. Davis is too good a will be Eclipse first, the rest nowhere. the standard: 'What would Jesus do?" newspaperman to remaln'long out of If the republican conventfon will Remembering his own experience the business. Lexingthrow 'em all overboard and nominate Col. Breckinridge ejys In tho American people began to a decent man like Col. John W. Yer-ke- a ton Herald: "Can't tho women of SINCE tho refor governor, tho party might be Lexington get together and oiler a celebrate Independence day. the 4th of 'King' Goebel? Julv was never so generally and so able to give tho democrats some ward for tho capture of prove on tho larzelv celebrated as this year. Every trouble, but with Taylor leading a for If this method should elTecttvo In ridding where the American flag floats.and that lorn hope, our victory will be an easy present occasion as tho Stato of a nuisance, u3 It was In a is nearly all over the world.tho day was one. former instance, tho feminino portion sun didn't set n,.n.l.mnrnb1e The John Rhea la serving his last term of our population will again deservo on tho celebrations that day, nor does In Congresa. Tho voters do not take to our undying gratitude." on tho possessions of tho it ever set Col. Ike Morgan, of Hurrodaburg indeed Is this tin horn politicians and will retlro him United States. Great Enquirer that ..., nnl creator doea It grow all in favor of James M. Richardson, told tho Cincinnati prison commUsloner and editor of the Goebel will get the full strength of tbo the time. Glasgow TImja, who Is as bright and democratic party In our county (Mertup T.pxlnmon Leader does tho brainy as ho la deserving and popular. cer) Ho was our second choice. The State will go democratic by 30,000, and Glasgow News, a former Hardin paper, Cincinnati has a dog that plays the wo do not propoo to let John Whallen, tTroin.lniustlce by publishing an ar- tlcle renouncing its allegiance to the piano, but If ho can't do it any bettor In Loulsvlllo, and tho manipulators In party which nominated sir. uoeuei, than FOine of those, who play it around tho Eleventh Congressional district Hn.l crediting It to that paper and here, it is to bo hoped that he will bo count us out again as they did In ISOtI i,.i aimnn mire democratic sheet immediately 6ent to tho sausage facIn opening hla campaign for U. S. should call Editor Roberta to taw. The tory. Senator from Texas, Joseph W. Bailey News has not only declared ita support said that If McKlnloy would step down POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. of the ticket, but keeps It nailed to ita and Bryan should take hla place at tho masthead. Tho auditor' statement shows that holm of tho nation tho war in tho Philthero is $.TJJ,US.T0 in tho State treas- ippines would stop In 48 hours. Ho confessed. Tho Cumberland Coal and Coke comIlEitE la one for tho boys of tho Ken- ury. said history told of u Roman proconsul tucky press to work out whllo thov aro The social labor party has put out a unu uu( pany, organized to operatu coal mines wno stoic 9i,iaw,uuu mainly In Tennessee, has been Incorwaiting for the Bring to begin again: State ticket headed by one Schmutz, of to slclly declared that u, military governor of Dick Knott lived In Paris which side Louisville, for governor. If Philippines appointed by Hannal porated In Now Jersey with u capital the would ho take In tho Dreyfus caso? U"J"UVU. i.i .. lainsimnrinn half .,1 uihlnh 0I It Is telegraphed that "Quinine Jim" Tho Gayo.o Hotel, one of the land- This looks easy enough, and wo will McKcnzle, who-wa- s ministor to Poru ho would convert in'toaconsclenoefund a of Memphis, was destroyed by present tho person sending tho first undor Cleveland, la about to loo hla and contribute It to the republican with several other buildings. Ono correct answer with a subscription ac- oyo sight. ,hM,r.,nn,ro99.,le-Io"aseveral llremon ser- nd count of two years' standing against a Stone, of Missouri, tried to -- , . . .., cltlzon of Claycounty. Glasgow News. kill a reporter who asked blm an im- man, bays w.. nothing but death can '"""' "'"'""' . that rea. ooxmjiii wuo una urau m imu The wrong aide. Send tho bill. pertinent question about tho receiver- provent Bryan from bolng tho next' ho killed I'.u uumminga aim nominee for president, ne grows since Trumbo, In Bath county, two Tayloii now claims several hundred ship of a ccrtalnbank. Judge J. C Chenault, editor of tho aMnn..M all ,hn Mmn nnil If tVilmrtf fnn raoro votes than aro necessary to nomi""Tendered to tho nu- elect-- ! 1 nate him on the first ballot for gov- Richmond Climax, la a candidate for tlnuo as tbey aro now ho will bo thorltle at Owlngsvllle. ernor. But what shall It profit hlra, if county judge, a position ho creditably ed hands down. Wo will not only rc.; Gov Bradley directs tbo adjutant for 10 years ending In 1601. atllrm, but rcadopt literatim ot ver general to muster into tho Stato Guatd ho gain the wholo number and then held as ho la suro to Secretary Gago says tho exodus of batlra tho Chicugo platform of lfcOO, tho nino Loulsvlllo companies organizloso out In November gold need cause no concern. He does and add strong anti-tru- st and antl exdo? Tho party that puts up such a man ed by Legion veterans under tho uu-asTuvlor. when It has a Stono and a not think ll can oxceed 420,000,000, and pansion ulanks. Also planks, strong plccl of tho board of trade. Pratt asking for tho honor, courts the says It will bo returned when wo want as can bo made, against a largo bundFlvo thousand eight hund red men In It. ing army and In favor of an Income tax defeat that la.alreadv assured. the employ of tho Lehigh Valloy Coal A special election for a congressman and of economy. Company uro on u strike on account of to succeed tho lato Silver Dick Bland, WHO HILLY Is. W. C. Owens has Wm. Remington's now Paris Dsrao-crcompany to Intro- - .. I ....... n In tho 8th Missouri district, will bo ISSUCU IWWUIWHK tliufr MW "rill vfkirtthn tho attempt of tho w .wvv. Is before us and Is just such u pa..- - lamp. Aug. 20 and tho woods uro full of republican ticket in November, but,uu per as one might expect from that held ...., . .. Jl HJU 11 lllU UUillLUU "IU. taking .,... ....... Aula i:uiu ,u experloaced newspaper roan. It la a candidates. Hold and A. E. Woolbrlght Thero Is a probability that John R. nation In Georgetown, or olsowhoro. aftor tying h!m to from his u tree, giving blm u all homo print quarto and McLean, of tho Cincinnati Enquirer, Mr. Owens Is th') man who was onco sevoru thrashing, 11 of thorn wero held seems destined to make room for itsolf may bo nominated by tho democrats elected spcakorot tho Kentucky Houso over to tho circuit court ut tho examinIn a town already well supplied with for governor of Ohio, who will boom of representatives and tho uext session ing trial just completed at Bowling newspapers. Green. Ho wants $25,000 damages ulo him for president. couldn't muster a duun votes. Ho la from tho man ut tho rate of 1,000 for now appears uUo tho man who was boosted into cauh of the 25 lashes ho got, Georgia paper suggests that Gov. The Courier-Journ- al A Bradley ndopt tho samo plan with tho with the domocratio ticket at Its mast-bea- Congresa by the skin of his tcoth, by cuse, in Tho famous Flolds-Adklbut tho Dispatch la mumbling the combined elforts of democrats, Clay county feudists that tho United women which Jcsso Field und Joo Adklna aro with tho Cubans pay them and grumbling to Itself llko u nigger republicans, States has Nelson and prcachors, over Col. Billy Breck- charged with tho murder of Judgu 75 each for their rllle. 'Twouldn't wench with tho rheumatics wnrk In Clav though. Thoy would tako Record. inridge, when tho latter was under Combs, of Perry county, Is on trial at a buy a whole arsenal of Chairman A. W. Younir has called h heavy tire, and made such u record special term ut Barbourvlllo, with the $75 and I meeting of tho democratic Stato cen during ono term that ho was not sorl- - Judgo Browa, of London, on tbobeucu. tfUDS. -iS-"-kEx-Go- v. , president N., answers the charge of of the L. that it usea ita the Courier-Journaccret service fund to carry It point In partisan politics by denying that It has been actlvo in the matter, except when ittbipkslt Is confronted by possible hostile and oppressive legislation and saying that ll will "Immediately and of Its own accord quit politics, so soon as nil nartlea unlto in determining that the material interests of the State shall bo justly protected and promoted. Until this la done, it will, whllo abusing no privilege granted, use all of lis legal remedies to. assert and maintain its rights." Mr. Smith also takes a crack at Mr. Goebel and pays his respects to Mr. McChord, both of whom will doubtless bo heard from in the matter and very effectively. We take no stock in the hue and cry against corporations, because they are such and it is apparently popular to do so, but we are for the enforcement of the law against them as against individuals and If the L. & N. has done those things that It ought not to do and which are generally charged, It should bo held to a strict accountability. Mr. Smith's card showa among other things that ho can handle a pan almost as well as he can a big railroad corporation, and that in a battle with cards he can hold a, good hand with the greatest of editors. Milton H. Smith, Esq & al soft impeach rtoll mnrrlp.l Miss MuUllO MjICS, B t. er of Mrs. Hannah ment made by the London Echo that wo were a strenuous advocate of Gocbel, his election law and all, but de The Madison county democrats, In nounce the statement, that wo would convention at Richmond, renominated havo kicked out of tho traces had ho Hon. W. W. Combs for representative, not been nominated. Wc stated beforo and adopted resolutions pledging their band that tho work of tha convention hearty and unwavering support to tno would havo our hearty approval, no ontlro Stato ticket nominated at tho matter who it nominated. recent Loulsvlllo convention, and to earnestly work for Its success In No Is said that over .100,000 drummers vcmbcr. have been thrown out of jobs by the Gov. Bradley says "thero Is absolute made possible by ly no truth In the statement Of a formation of trusts, republican maladministration. As theso custom house olllclal that I will fellows aro all good talkers, they will placo Mr. Taylor In nomination at tho do soma lively talking aealnst tho par Lexington convention next week, for ty in power and it safe to estimate that tho governorship. If his name is not they will influence at lenst enough presented to that body until I do it, ho votes to make them count 1.000,000 for will not bo beforo the convention for We plead guilty to tho Mntt Avres. of tho Stato Central Commlttco of tho First district, says: Aside from a fow crossroad railroad lawyers who havo received tholrorders from headquarters, no opposition can bo found to tho ticket. On a writ of habeas corpas Collector of Internal Revonuo Comingoro was discharged from custody of tho sheriff of Kenton county, who hold him for contempt of a Slnto court, by Judgo Evans, of tho United States court. BlackSenator Goebel, burn, Judgo Tarvln, Judgo Rodwlno andSenntorJ. M. Thomas, of Paris, oro already at Estill Springs, and others aro expected. The object of tho meeting Is to map out a plan of campaign. Hon.JohcV. Lewis, of Washington county, one of tho big republicans of his section of tho State, Is among those who think It would bo fatal to tho party to nomlnato Taylor, orany othcrstrong factlonist for governorat tho Lexington convention next week. rh.rlm W. Dell, principal of tbo Harrodsbunr traded schools, has on nounccd as a candidate for tho oftico of superintendent of public instruction. subject to tho action of tno repuouenn State convention nt Lexington. Prof. Po-teegrand-daught- boro BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Tho C. O. has contracted with tho Pullman Co. for 1,000 cars to cost $.'U,-00- 0. Louisville Store. I Dowager Queen Kaplollanl, widow of tho lato King Kalakul, died nt Honolulu Juno 24. Mrs. John Rcdmon was killed by Ia always ready firntiy irt if w.Mther ln.il niiy emu N" leaping from u buggy In a runaway near Paris. Tho rlso In copper has inado subsid iary Chinese coins worth more as inciat than money. Tho L. & N.'s report for tho llscol year shows an lncreato of $1,700,000 in tho earnings. Tho tolul assessed value of real and personal property subject to taxation In For llio hot weulier. New York City Is M,7S,aW,020. Men's Linen Suits fi '.M, An enthusiastic Chlncso morchnnt Roy' long pant Linen Suits $1 OS, at Indianapolis celebrated the Fourth ltor' Knee Taut l.incn Suits f l.'.M. by touching oft 100,000 firecrackers. Men's Cotton Pants 3.1c, Betides tho cost of Its own vessols, Men's Extra lltry (Joitnn Iitit 75ciiialltv, only oOi tho U S. has paid other vessels W.I130,-21- S Cbiuti nnd get one u( our for transporting troops to Mnnlla. During tho fiscal year just closed 10,1-2 men enlisted In tho navy, of whom 2,143 enlisted for tho war only. Tho Scioto Valley, In Ohio, wus visited by n heavy frost Thursday night, which badly damaged corn nnd otato crops. ur l tlmo to get yu a Nice Linen Suit Soft Front Shirts tci of Stiaw lint at very low pricr. It Lou-Uvll- ln Bryan. quarrel. An order has been Istued directing! tbo enlistment of 10 regiments of volunteer Infantry, to bo numbered from 20 to 35. Tho Kentucky National Bank filed t suit at Indianapolis, praying tho up-- 1 Litilirs' OxforiU4Sr, puintment of n receiver for tho Monon I Men's !tw cut Shoe t" railroad. A feT piece Matting 12e. At Winchester n little son of Prlco Osborn was bitten by a mad cat. When j the madstone was applied It stuck sev eral times. Englebert Waller, n prosperous Loulsvlllo merchant, jumped from the Big 4 bridge nt Loulsvlllo yesterday nnd was drowned. Tho Cincinnati Saongerfest commlttco has a deficit of $55,000 on its hnndi which will have to be paid by popular subscriptions. The GhtMiMKt 11 "I'e in It. L. Trimble, of Covington, won & CO., the Kentucky Stato championship A. shoot by making 50 straight kills a T.D. KANEY, Manager. perfect score. eight llr.incti stolen at Klizabellitowu '.KUt.iii, (.VvMilirn. Mic li. wllr, VcrmiHo. lUr.is-towFour persons wero killed and MniHiiihi'M (iw.iE" nn Ky , Maitsvillr Tumi, IIiHkliivillr, Injured by a tire In a paper plant at Chicago. With ono exception, the j A WO III) TO THE I'ATHOXS OF victims wero women. At the beginning of this year tho i circulation of tho National banks wa. It has since declinabout $214,000,000. ed to about $205,000,000. l !' U, ii ', .(' Jr i.'iey nt thw (..; Not a single caso of yellow fever in If mm: .vf rot al'e Ir nvciil nl an ii) ttie 111111' We nf in em n lieil of niMiTi tho U. S. or Havana ta the report, but there havo been about 100 cases at .f 4 1? HKl.TiiS, E'rcNlduiit. Santiago, 25 resulting fatally. Tho lois of llfo caused by tho flood In tho Brazos vulley of ToxnsUcatlmnu-at from 100 to 300 nnd the prnerty lo. b at from $7,000,000 lo 819,000,000. The receipts at tho United States patent ollloo for tho fiscal year wero Hm.D,J. Drewrr Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, WEBSTER'S I J.iimeml It to all us tbo cut great stand, sirs $1,209,051, which leaves n balunce to anl nullwrltjr." INTERNATIONAL of the patent fund of $70,000. tho credit It excels In thorax wltli vrtin-t- i thocjenmU the i word Kiufthtt In accuracy of ilcllnltlon i In Tho 4th was ushered In by a magnifiDICTIONARY mctlio-lio- t lmllratinirirununcUtlon; In terra cent Illumination on Plku's Peak, 14, anil romiifchonilta tatcrm'iiU of facts ami In 000 feot above tho sea, with 1.700 practical um iu n worklnir dictionary. dun vi0M, rlf., nt on n;i (cation. lounds of red, white and bluo owder & C MerrUm Co., rubluhcri, SprlasfKli. Mm., U S, A. Gov. Bushnell, of Ohio, pardoned W. J. Elliott, who was serving a llfo sentenco for killing nnother editor in a street light In 1891. Ho Is nearly -blind. Wynn nnd Oitlett Tlptcn Pleasant V were hanged at Sevlervllle, Ten., . wcuncsuay, tor too wnuecsp muruur, of William Whaley and wlfo. Both, Forty-fopersons aro said to have been killed by tho explosion of n dynamite cartrldgo in n coal initio near 25c to 11, Mcn't I'ndcrShlrM IV, ncr Odessa. LndleV Lin vu Skirts 4ic. At Wilbur, W. Va , Zane Ferguson 21c Ladies' Summer Mrs. shot and killed his mother-in-laLndlw Slilrt V.i.H4Hc, Kcstcr A. Davis, the result of a family Ladies' Vnli 3 fjr 10c V big line of w, (rcl Cheap Lawns CARPETS 20T050C The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Mxli-invillt". Proprietors. Stanford Female College. . h 1 1 i " cffix-t-tv- JG. , PailltS, OllS, tt amiSheS, &c. BrUShGS, The pointing season is here. We wljh tocall youraltuntbn to ills f.uu iIhi'um keep lh llkl Keady Mixed l'ntuts, OiU, Vaiuiauus, Hrus'ie, Ate., In tliu iinrKet TOILET ARTICLES Ac , ! ,...,. lri ,. ... Our line of Toilet Aril ile micli .i Toolh llniilii s. Hair lirusUoi, Co. nix, S tip,, and of the very licit n allty. ii cHiipleit, PRESCRIPTION S carefully compounded from tho 1'iirest and licit ding oh vu souni yo ir mi onagi. 1'iiru rv.tao.i.iuio. talutlilo CRAIG o o O O & HOOKER. o o o o o o o o o o o o .Mrs-Sara- oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo at 1 -- ,!,,., ..., .UI.1. I -.- u, B. McROBBRTS. oonnnoooooooooooooooonooooooononnnnn o o ('y prefer! ShingleS. i o o o o o o o o o o o o White Lead, Linseed Oil, Ready Mixed i'alnti for all 1'urposeH, Wall Paper and Alabastine Sold foe llio LOWEST CASH Prices. W. o o o o o o d, oa A. CS1NE, iletul Koofing. ( SA i ( lion Fence. STANFORD, KY. a Mill Work. r 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Kv., B. D.W.toN, rellablo watch repairing. Diso wheat drill, nowest patterns o( tho Empire at Heazlcy it Conor's. ... July 7, 1899 Mason's Jars at Deazley & and Jolly irlaaao, cheap m Cartor's. 0. Walton, Business Manaokii. mn in. Dlt. W. I. Lktciikii advortlocs his doslrablo farm at Paint Lick for salo. Scoad. Soiia Wateh, Ico coltl, pure nnd mint rcfresSlnKiit Penny's UruK Store. JULY 1 Is hero. Don't wait but cotno TlIK lost material combined with ntonco and settle with inc. II. C, caro, skill nml accuracy Insuro jjood lluptey. results. No other mothods aro ever uteU In our prescription work. Penny' It' your hog aro not healthy try " Drugstore. somo Bafo Hop Cholera Cure. Craljr it ... l 4 iU1 e t 1 running for representative, and If ho Lost. Pair of gold spectacles, ono JULY 1st Is past, come und sottlo vour docs, Mtt. J. II M 11.1.1:1 1 Is vlsltlnir at tho democrat will stand a gocd eye out, on street to Mrs. account; I need the monoy, Mrs. Kate show Ilichinond. to win. Tho rods will likely nomDudderar. M. K. Welch. Mini MAUY IIOCKi'.it Is visiting In inate D. J. Hethurura and tho votes Music by Siuton'a Celebrated Hand. Haiiqain. Ladles' second-han- d Covington. bl that Mr. Totton will pull from hlra will Wk will storo your wheat cheaper Joskimi Skvi'.kanoi: wont to Loba than you can hnndlo It at homo. J. II. cycle, almost good as new; 22 Inch very materially help tho democratic frarao. Hlgglns itMoKInney. npn yesterday. nomlnco, whoovcr ho bo. IUughman it Co. Tho fair Is Caiitiiu aro at TlIK Mil. ami M U8. i: To Faiimkrs. I will buy your wheat In and tround tho all nbsorblng theme Hustonvlllo Fair Co., will pay Brodhcad and vast arCrab Orchard. at market price, to bo delivered at gl.ftOO In premiums Liberal Premiums In alt Kings. Col. anmi Mlts. T. P. HlM. are vis be held July 20 and at Its exhibition to Moreland or McKlnnoy. D. S. Carpen- rangements for It aro already being the noxltwo days. made. Tho ollleers say that tho exhibiting at Parksvlllo. JAS. P. HARPER, President; ter, Hustonvlllo. W. D. HOOKER, Secretary; ition this year promises to greatly Col.. V. G. Welch Is rusticating at Don't forgot that tho L. it N. will J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. ccllpsoall previous efforts. THK L. it N. will sell round-tri- p Crab Orchard Springs. soil round-tri- p tickets over tho K. C. Tho amount of business dono nt Mits. V. T. IlUTCiiKUls very 111 at Sunday to Cincinnati at tho low price tickets via Ulchmond to Lexington at li fares July Hand 12 limited to 14, Drodhcad Is surprising. Pcoplo como her fathor's, J. W. Adams. of $1.25. down from Livingston and other )oints on uccount of republican State convenMils. L. A. Faihsh, of Lexington, Is TiMHKit Land Wanted. Any ono tion. South to get tho bargains offered by II. ltout. with her father, J. her merchants, who havo largo and Wil.UK SotiKN, of Loulsvlllo, U vli having timber or timber land for salo To Tin: PKN. Sheriffs. M. Owens, woll-kewill hear of a purchaser by consulting Blocks. Thero aro few Itlng at Col. W. II. Duddorur'n. Deputies W. L. wood und C. n. Owens In any town than thi a kept by Miss Anne Haiitwem. Shanks Is A C. Sine, Stanford, Ky. took tho following prisoners convicted This Is now the most up Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reFrith & Dunn, J. Thomas Cherry, attending tho Kentucky Chautauqua. cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; the new discovery In optical TlIK various booth privileges of tho at tho Juno term of court,to the FrankCo., J. II. Hilton and A. Mlts. Sam IIookrii, of KussellvlIIe, Hustonvlllo fair July 'JO three days fort penitentiary yesterday morning: E. Albright. scienco I wish to say to tho Ladies that U visiting hor sister, Mrs. M. C. Wi- will bo sold at auction at Huitunvllle Henry Gilpin, ono year for housebreak I am Indebted to Jacob Elder, of Hco lliam. ing. Hurt Hampton, same, John Smith, at 2 l. M.Saturday, July lfl. Lick, for valuablo assistance In getting .. Mihs Mattii: Thompson, of Lanca-tc- r, oim year for malicious cutting nnd now Just received a large stock of the very subscribers, ice. Margaret LiliEHAL. In addition to their great wounding, Is with Mlc Mary and Grconbcrry Llrtght. ono low prlco clearance salo Scvcranco V Hrlgbt. V. A. Hail Is rather discouraged )cur for stealing and Charllo Miller It. ZiMMKlt. of Ulchmond, spent sov-ci- Sons aro giving away during July tome threo year for houso breaking. over his wheat yield. Ho had In DO day with friends here, who woro hantUomu china. Sea show window. acres nnd only got 303 bushels, which CUT. During tho bicycle race TuesPatterns never sold In locality glad to co him. to ncsoiutoj. u. uaughman & Co., at able for framing from this simplest before have to bo seen to bo appreciated. SuitThis FlohenceMyeus has returned logue olllco Is now printing tho cata- day. Herman, tho tho eon of Coc. photograph Ml.vS the most elaborate paintings. of three fairs, requiring uboui W. A. Iewls, asked John Lunsford, .1 Among " mouldings specially suitable for from a protracted visit to Ulchmond 20,000 Impressions. J. G. Mnrtin lost a valuublo milk cow delicate tho lot is tho New French Tho Hustonvlllo boy of 10, why ho told Jim Crabtreo pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ro. . .. and Mt. Sterling. iroiu flt I. ieg- - anu uavw Tudor a fair nlonu has about 10,000 Impressions, that he stolo his apples and "oiucx ijuiro a dainty frame. hen In Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo threatened culf from tho eamo cuueo Mil. C. H. HNOI.KMAN nnd children, yesterday. will Have you money. 1 HK tax books aru now ready nnd to whip him, If ho didn't correct It. of Carrard, spent several days with Ittv. W. S. Grlnstead is holding a V Third Street Opposito Post Office, Danville, Ky. your taxes aro due. Make It a point to Lunsford Jerked up n ro"k and threw It urotracted meeting nt Mr John l'.ngloman. Hetbel church Hobble Penny come prepared to pay at July court as at i,awis, KnocKing ills Hut oil and as Mlts. It. S. LYTLEand , In Hath county, with good results. aro accompanying Mr. Lytic on a trip my tlmo Is limited. Sam M. Owens, Lewis stoocd down to pick up a rock Samuel Dudderar 6old to Pony Deaz-le- y 11mh1 up nnd cut him to the bono In Sheriff. through the mountain. 10 two-ye- ar old steers for Oct. 1 to his arm. Lunsford wus Immediately from C doS. W. MKNKKKK got back Thk Somerset Hanking Co.. It. G. arrested and his trial set for yesterday, 15 delivery at lie. rado Spring In time to eo Stanford In Hall, cashier, earned over (1 W. S. IJcazley & Cro. sold to J. B. or cent. when It wns continued till tomorrow at her best suit of clothes. Embry 103 d gros tho lni six months, paid u divi- u export cattle a A. M. Tho boy N badly cut uml ns Miss Hitttik KoainsTUit returned dend of 3 per cent, and had over 2,r00 somo leaders aro savored It is feared Co. yesterday from a protracted visit to her loft for expenses, The war department will Usuo rataxes, Ac. that his lingers will be stiff. sister at lndecndcnce, Mo. tions for tho Hood sufferers In Texas. uaucn-tc- r Tin: reduction of tho price of th Mu. W. K. SMITH, who ana General Wilson, a Taylor county DKcr.MiiEit and May. Old man and Mr. A. A. MeKlnncy are vUlt-In- g subscription of tho Intekiok Journal. Frank Foley, of tho Highland section, farmer, was killed by a falling tree. Grecnsburg. relatives at toil was a master stroke. Wo are who Is three scoro ton and six ycarsold, ton SALE. Sow and five pigs; also Our continued good trade in Mlts. Mattii: Guison and son, Mor- now printing fl.OOO papers u week nnd doesn't loio much time by the death of dry cow. Win. Sevoranco. F.mbrv, of Williamsburg, nro at tho cry Is still thu subscrlbors pour a wife ris and Is on with the now almost A TIIUl'SAMl roNUUKS In. Mr. nnd Mr. S. J. Kmbry'. boforo ho Is off with tho old love. Not Could nolriprFM the rapture ol Annie IX Sprlo Mlts. Mahy Hamlin, of Chicago, Ilowir.l M., Tin: premiums ollered by tho Hus- exceeding three months ngq. ho tear- Cr,,flln that lr. Kln't l'hilvlelphia, I'a., when he fuud New U'votery for and MU Carrlo Ilaugh, of London, aro coiupleteljr cuml tonvlllo Fair aro tho most libcrul ever fully followed his third wife to thu (iiujli thatliad manjr ye.n had her of aa hading for male lite bunlen. guets of Mrs. O. J. ISowlrtntl. We can till all offered In Cuntrul Kentucky and they tomb. Ho didn't cry long, however, All other rrmeJiro and doctor, could glre her no Enables us lo keep up wit'i all tho demands for Summer Mitfl. J. ' MooitK, Miss Lllllo and wants for . will bring stock from tho four quar- nnd drying his eyes, must have laid help, but ahe ;in of till, lloyal Cure--"-ran nowou my chest and I the piln deep Fuyotio Moore, of Casey, spent Master oumlly, tan ecarrcly ters. Hustonvlllo people don't know scigc to thu heart of Miss Lula Pul- - tfure. auuiethlug; Mun.linir It. rememtier doln tho tth with Mrs, Ed Wilkinson. KI prale. llam, a at once for the fnlters." like o will every one hothroughout how to do things by halves. trie. Dr. M11. J. L. CONWAY, wlfo and son, of Klng'aNear HliouttTT Ibniij IrouMe of the Throat, . yesterday ho led her to tho altar and Cheat or Irfinm. l'rf WW and $1. Trial tiottle. aro visiting tho family of Kansas City, Stolen. A valuablo bay maro be- madu her his fourth wife. Mr. Folov Is tftti l'cnnj'a I)ni) More; every buttle KUiranteol. Mr. Samuel Held at Hus'.onvllle. longing to Hros., tho livery- to bo congratulated. It Is not. well for Miss Eliza Lusk, tho accomplished men of this place, was stolon from man to llvu alone, especially when ho PUBLIC SALE OF A In of public cchool superintendent Prultt Dro. livery stablo at Moreland got too old to tako cure of himself. Hays. Garrard, Is visiting Mr. J. C. GARRARD CO. FARM. la.l night. See "ad." In another col' and grand- umn. U. TO ItUULTK THE M Its. Saluk A. llKAZt-KIlOUXDAIlV. In G. Alford had driven her to I will oiler publicly, on tho prcmNe. order to gratify a few land owners, who children, Mabel and Salllo May John-io- n, place. . do not want to pay tho tax. tho city aro visiting rolatlvcs In Mercer. HILL. Lee wus tried twice Wednesxo. 1899. council last nicht by u vote of 4 to '1 lMtETTY MUs Mary Noel, of Danville, Tlio g by Judge took thu II rut step towards reducing the! sjwnd tho sum- day, lirst fo" I arrived yesterday to town bouudury, which, If the action is mer with henfather, Itev. It. It. Noel. Carson and uequltted, and second IJalloy lor stealing Judgu 's permitted to stand, leaves out most of Htuated at Old I'alnt Mck,, on iho Klclimond KinilTY KOUlt, yol sprv as a boy of Lancaster pike, 8 mile-- from chickens und also uequltted. Leo the lauds of S. II. Hauirhmun. 1(1. Mr. J. It. Alford has just returned J. S. and SS miles from LouUrlllu & Lancaster nnd from a visit to Cumberland Falls and nau om somo elilcKons, but It couldn't Hooker, W. P. Tato. Mrs. Goodknlght, depot be shown that they woro stolen. S. J. Kmbry, II. Helm and D W. Van other points. Cho Farn C:s:Uts :f 333 Acres, Mishks Mahy C. Caiipbntku and V. It. Veatch, who mar deveer. As two of the council directly Vuatch. well Improved with good new retldencu. or- Kdna t'owoll, of tho West Knd, aro at nea a daughter of F. O. llrady, of this Interested, Mcesrs. Hundley und Kout, eli.ird and ull necev.iry oulbulldlnpi, audi voted for tho reduction, against tho h olllco In the yard, Lnku Chautauqua, tho lntter to tako a inui-u-, uieu ut carriage-liou.xiruuioruavillo anil was A No special course In elocution. burled there ut 10 o'clock yesterday, statuto on tho question, tho uctlon can double corn crlti Ac. iclty bilenilld slulleil nt 100 barrel. enp goon ana tiioy may huvo to two tobacco barns (ono of wlitcli .4 new), MlSSKS LOL'ISi: AND EVELYN HAST- Consumption, with which ho had been not noiii tix'k barn and tenant lioue. KLKUANT LAND, of Stanford, und MUs Mary Lou troubled for hoveral years, unswer for It. Thero Is no mifon ex cauhed hi Eaitland, of Danvlllo, ore visiting MUs death. Ilcsldes his wife, two cept tho ono given for wanting tho COMMUNITY within ono hundred yard of church, wbool home, olllcu and children, Evelyn Metealf. Lexington Leader. boundary reduced and us It reduces thu itoru. Tho farm will bu offered In tno both grown, survive. irncu JI2 acres with tho Improvements Wihoiit, of Stanford, Is revenue of the town $100 or f00, tho ssacrvs unimproved .ild tracts divided by Miss Ella Swearlngln this U. C. W. Ernest Sims caught u 810 effort will likely bo resisted to the bit- - thu pike und then us a whole, the bid or -' visiting Ml' duys In jail tor end. The other work of tho council bid', accepted which reallrothu greater um. week. Misses Helen and Cettlo Thur- tine and u scutenco of 130 acres of knob land live or miles mond, of Lincoln, aro vUltlng their for currying concealed weapons. While wus to allow ioOO on tho rock being distant will go with thu farm. sister, Mrs. John S. May. Somerset working with Hnughmnn & Myors plaecd on Main Street and 31, 100 to tho halo will begin at 11 .1. i. d U.K. cash, Hros' thresher Wednesday hodrow tho Wator Works for six months' rent. Tho In Teum. ot'two years with 0 per cent balance Paragon. ono hud InterW. POWELL, of tho West End. weaiwn on another Negro. In two other business wus routine. W. I. LETCHRII. est. Mil. J. T. I. Kmiusii. Auc'r. Ilaiillle, Kv Is back from Kussull Spring Improved hours after the olTcnoo was committed, The ahove cuts aro leprescntatlons ol a few pieces of Hatidsomoly Decorated, imODIIKAD. In health. Ho spout somu of his Idlo Sims wus paying tho penalty In jail. hand painted china, now on exhibition In our window, which wo intend giving N.o 1917. whllo thoro drumming for away free to our customers. .. moment Tho picnic at Uulnes Adams' grovo A Swket Sci:nti:d Siiuuii. A fol Wo guarantee that our prices on goods will remain tho same. This Special Oiler nSPORT OF TUB CONDITION this pupor and brought us back a butch on tbo 4th was largely attended and is made for tho purpose of Increasing our trado and showing tho people that wo truly low who gave his numo ns O. Pra it would have been an enjoyable affulr of subscriber. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, appreciate their patronage. MISSUS llEHfllE AND JKNNIK IlUltN- - ther and claimed that he represented had not whisky Mowed so freely. Itov. This ware Is rapidly taking the place of White Granite or Iron falone China. It tho Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, A. M. AT HU8TONVILLE, ban that soft, white, velvety llnM; Is of tho tlnest qua'lty, and without doubt tho BlDi: uro entcrtulnlug the following of Crab Orchard, wus spent soverul days ut Mrs. Joo Coffey's shapes ure the very latest patterns and have been designed ladle this week: Misses Lucia McAfee, tho only speaker on hand, but ho' made In the SlaWcf Kentucky, at the elate ofbuiinett best in the world. of Tho most fastidious. the to moot the tastes J mi. 3uih,UV9. Pear) Ilurnslde, of Stan- boarding houso apd left without oven a most appropriate and creditable talk of Lebanon, It Is only by our guaranteeing to use a largo mmntity of this ware that wo have saying " I'll pay you later." Ho un ford, und Mary Wolch, of is'lcholus-vlllKLSOUItCES of an hour. As stated above, thero was been able to get it ut a price that puts it within the reach of all. doubtedly represented tho paper as thu ..J1W,1U SI Lancaster llecord. Our assortment constats of Cups and Saucers, Pio Wales, Urealtfat Plates. Din-nubundunt whisky, not sold on tho Loin, and Ji.count......... 1,713 Plates, Platters. Covered Dlhei, Cream Pitchors. Sugar Howls, Tea Pots, and PitOGTOitand family lying dUputch he sent to It about tho grounds, but brought thoro, and that Oi entrant, aecured aud umccuredM Dlt. D. Kmmktt 12,wJ U0 everything e'so which goes to make up a FINK SET OF DISHES. U.S. lloudiu tecure circulation disaffection hero ugulnstGoobcl proves. woro on yesterday's train en route to no ono was killed during tho day, is ll&nkinx Houie, turntturs and fiiturei. of each cash purchase Saturday We will ' Quail, Hockcastlo, to ond tho sum- That's tho kind of cattle that aro fight ulmost u mlraclo. A general shooting Duo Iroiu Natuiual llaukt, uot Ke-- .VOW July 1st begin giving tickets with the amount from North ing uocdoi aim trying to mako It ap boo cumo up in tbo afternoon, caused 3,0.i3 U ervs A(uta mer. Ho hud just returned This Cliinn is given with purchatmuf $1 to W. 0,4V) 47 Curolina whore ho went for his health pear mat tno leaning ucmocruts aro by an arrest and soma 20 or more ehots Oua trom Slate Hank, and Ilankera Due from approve! tcwrve ajtult 51, 7W 3'j against him. Thoy mako their lies which was greatly Improved. from dangerous looking pistols woro Check, and other caih Item, .. JM .17 out of whole cloth to fool tho unwary, TlIK best speech of tho Loulsvlllo Ured. Nobody was hit by the Hying Notes ot other National Iliuki........... ',013 Ul . convention was made by Hon. M. C. THE Casoy County Stock Fair Is to bo bullets, strungo to say, but Constublu Fractional japer cumncjr, nicktl, and ... -- ... KM ceult Saulloy, of Llucoln, nominating Hon. hold ut Liberty, Aug. 1st, 2d und 3rd, Taylor wus badly buuten with a revol La (ul Money Kcaerve In Ilank, via It. J. Hrccklnrldgo for nttoruoy gener- with tho following ollleers: President, ver. Ho wus tho only olllcer present ..... ,W0 00 Specie al. It was u luscious "peuch"of blush- John It. Whlppj Secretary, V. H. und wus trying to du his duty, but was Kedemption fund with U. S. Treaturei s &M30 S per cent utclrcuUnou............... ing huo. Ulchmond Climax. Cochran; Trcasuror, 8. Wcsloy. Di completely overpowurcd Dy tho "bad rectors, F. A. Land, Charles Over men from bitter creek" who wero well 1 OtSlaailUtta .IIMIMMIIU.UaMtHHIIHI lltHIHtlMHI $100,919 k3 LOCALTHAPPplNGST street. W. M. Myers, James Coulter, tanked up, Tho sheriff nnd his depu- Capital stock uidLIAUILIUES. .V),oou no iu ..... F. P. Combest, Culvln Crocket, C. D. ties woro ull conspicuous for their ab- Surplus fuudn....MH....MMW.u......M AUCTION Monday at Uaokot Store. U.OODOD That combines beauty and llrown, D. G. Portmun, Austin Tboinp sence. Undivided profit., lest capeusea ana comfort with convenience, Is fc I, 111) t)S Link of fresh cakes ul Wurron takes palJ...... one of our well made, easy ridMrs. Martha Albright, mother of J. .w....M.. son und John Goodln, Tho list Includes t Dank rotes outstanding 11,250 IX) ing aud elegant Surrey. It is Shanks'. liberal premiums for farm products und II. und A. K. Albright, died uftor a NaUonal deposits subject Iu check ... . .. 7.1,113 7 Individual unexcelled for workmanship, Sovcr- - stock, besides &0 tho tlrst day for tho protracted lllnoss and was burled at durability and comfort, and will Attend great clearance at $100,513 M ....m... 'i:Q trot; $00 tho second day for trot or Hco Lick Tuosduy. Sho was a most Total givo moro satisfaction fo" gennnco & Sons. I J. W. Ilixker, rashler of the above named . eral family use than other carpuco und WO In running race; tlO for excellent lady and will bo remombored Ujuk. du solemnly sar that the atoM statement We are selling riage mado QUKKNBWAUK Ut reduced prices at double team trot or pace and 970 belief. frco for years to come for tho many kind II Iruo lo the bct ol at j.knowledge audlasmer. . iiixKLU, them Cheap and Fast. Heailoy & Cartor'n. for alt trot of ono mllo on tho 3rd duy. und chttrltublo deeds sho has dono for Subscribed ant sworn to before me this 31 h day ot July, 'VJ. II. W. Ill'kV, N. P. L. C, Hrodhcud section. & New wash goods Including lawns, l'.vorybody knows what u delightful tho pcoplo ot tbo Klwr. J.t. 1y Directors. Thero aro soma splendid homos In II. Huown, linen, ute., ut i off regular) time Is ulwuys had at thu Liberty fair nluues. Stanford, Ky. Opp. Court-HousJ T ), HouiMso.s. and thousands will bo thero. nrodhoad und several others uro under ' price. Sovoranco & Sons, post-olllc- e, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Hooker. FIVE bushels o( chicken feed for tl construction.. Dr. Percy Denton has a ' at J. II. Haughman it Co's mill. verltnblo mansion near tbo fair SHEEP " ""' ii"i Bun .i mrrrii Call grounds, whllo Hov. A. J. Pike Is just on of writs io T. T IHJOK, Ihinvlll Kf. 7 John II. Mkiek sold aio glasses of complotlng a dwelling big enough for a soda water on tho glorious Fourth. colony of pcoplo. Frith it Dunn nnd YOU ! 10 DOZ mon's fine shirts at price on Fullon Francisco, of tho Frith Hotel, nro both materially Improving their salo Monday. Sovcranea it Sons. I dure ono.l the l.lnckimllh shop on .1, places of business. pltw, n1 .k a hr tf it the FOR ItKNT. Storo room on Main I was glad to find tho democrats In rlronf. I lure h. Tfrof eitvrlrnr Iti In. Mnirlltanl (tiarintre nm-r- l work ln,hM Street In iNTniuoit Journal building. that section so well pleased i;iiVAItl) EVANS with tho imxii oiur wnric. .. Slato ticket and I predict that Hock- LOOK up that watch that needs re pairing and Icavo it with Dal ton court castU will do hor duty when tho No- vembar election comes. Thero aro not . day. a dozen "soro" mon In tho county. e Thk Twleo-a-WcInterior Jour .My old friend D. It. Tottcn, who al nal Is only $1 a year cash. Itemomber though a republican, helps tho demo JJX&Jwrxvx Llnr-aite- Bay Mare Stolen! 3. NOTICE TO lni m mrmmtm A bs.y maro belonging to lloarlcy Hrrx. witi stolen out of stalile nt Morrlaml Sin-tln- n lft't night. Hho wns six ycim old, a whlto feet nnd wlilto stripe down her foro-lien- d, forctop trimmed, about IX ImiuN 1 Inches high, rnthcr thin In order nnd ft little. oro rm her back, carried herself In good style and rather n double-galte- tl mnrn. A buggy blind brld.il with both nrcr and under check. IIF.AZI.KY HROS., Stanford, Ky. m The Hustonville IIUSTONVIIXE, KV. Fair, that. crats occasionally, Is thinking nbout Three Days, Commecing July 26. $1,500.00 In Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. te pt ... 1 -- THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) al katest Designs "FIcur-Dc-Lis- JVJouldigs a- ... l,;00-poun- ... Still Id The Lead. Gent's : Furnishings Vr. I lt 1 1 swcel-slxtcen- Nice Underwear, house-breakin- e Thursday. Aug. BR. REI FARM. Fine Dress Shirts, Nobby Ties, Kid &c, GLOVE FITTING SWOES. G-love- s, Vnr-non- lo JOHN P. JONES. amoko-lion-- e. e, ut !- M One-thir- V ... e. 1 ., 1 SEVERANCE&SONS A Family Carriage ... AU, B. K. Wearen e, Son, Jg, LJ M- -i, !... COUNTY Wheat ehort from 0 to 10 bu. por AS BERN UV A LINCOLN Kimiilb, July a.- -I hnvo Just spent aa acre, on tho ordinary crop, o far I eus.4 3Pxl4aw 1 u,'bUlied.Tae ono week nt Russell Springs hnd has been threshed. Mrs. Jas. through your aro vlsltlnjr want to say n few words Hrlclit Sutlow tho water nnd In tho KInps Mountain neighborhood. paper nbout this place, Anyone to como hero now Pony lloslcy was hero Monday look- - tho iicoplo. charged for llvo joam, Mr When not eo paid ma.OO will he Inir after eorao cood feeding cattle. who has not been hero dwelling. nrnul.l nnt know tho placo. They hnvo F. I. Bishop Is plastering hl 810108, ono gro Howard Taylor has contracted to build thmn i.nol drtf eoods building a lino Swono's larso tobacco slock cory store and aro now James ' drug storo and now residences u barn. of thoSprlngs, or, J. J. Walkor, of this community dozons. Tho proprietor completed a KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. S. Dunbar has been taktwr treatment Wm. Vaughan, has Just hotel with 10 largo rooms from Dr. I'cyton for rheumatism and Is king to No. S Arrrlreeat Stanford at 1 M A. if. Mrs. Eliza Har- with beds good enough for u somowhat Improved. 2 10 a. v. No. 4 ITe gtanfottl it with Arrlteeat liowlandat U ) DAT. aro visit- sloop on. Tho table Is furnished No.it ris and Miss LUzlo Johnson htanford it 11 f. . No. M very host that tho country affords. tho ing friends in Nlcholasvlllo. kitchen arc conKNOXVILLE DIVISION. Elder J. V. Masters, of Corbln, will The dining room and wife, her two hero ducted by his estimable preach at the Christian church daughters and Mrs. Ada Vaughan, ..12 02 p m No. 24 Train going North ,..... 2 4! lu Sunday morning and night. Dr. " " No.M " will bo waited " South ....... ... ,..... Ma in 29 " was called to sec A. O. Car- which means that you o. la ua.'pui ' o.M on nicely. Tho board is only man, who has been sick for somo days. ForalllPolnti. tho custom for years to It has been Wo havo not heard tho Dr.'s diagnosis RO'IOll RICKETS fcOI.t. hnvo a picnic on tho 4th, but as thero IIAOOAOF. CHECKED THROUGH. yet, but It Is thought tho Domination nearby ou that day, they Vox inr Information enquire ot of Goebcl has had somothlng to do was to bo ono ono on tho 1st nnd with It. Master Joo Walker took a decided to havo this they were hero HICK, Agent, JOE S. you Stanford, Kr. horso back trip over to seo his unclo just lot mo tell l. from all quarters. Lincoln, Caeoy, near Lexington this week. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Wayne, Adair, Cumberland nnd 1 Geo. Wood had a large rod and white Clinton wcro all representee, ino S. 11 P. M. Frankfort t a. m. Trln leave njnmMiAirn atwith o Aand Ana men spotted milk cow to get out of his pas- crowd was estimated at from 2,000 to .!.at 8i 4i a M ami 5 10 r. t. C l'arla ture about two weeks ago and ho hus log rrt saw a better behaved "1 SO M , ronnoctlns at et:IJ A. M A C.5 ami P.rrachlng Frankfort at .15 not heard of her Will somo ono bo so 3,000 und I neverscarcely tiny drinking, good man whero ho crowd than this, kind as to tell a fc "' J ' SSsmUtNEWTON. A. O. P. A. Last niuht I attended one of the big will find her? I'rof. Llpecomb and I ever nttonded, wife, of Columbia, Missouri, aro visit gest prayer meetings QUEEN & CRESCENT. up Uoblnton, here, both brethren attd eUters offering anying her father, James ctlon City ai followe Tralm pane nblo prayers. I will Just cay that Ben IIuL'hes sold live acres of tobacco No. 1 South .. 12 ffi p m No. 2 North....- -! 11pm placo to ..SMatn In tho field just as It stands now, to Jas. one that wants to go to somo II fi m "4 " No.8 " " ...18lpm "6 No. $ " U2am "10 " . 6 00 am Swopo for $27.50 per acre. Dave get rest, good water and good grub, .... SWpm No. 9 " J. W. P. Noe 1 and 2 ilo not atop. 9 and 10 run no furWalker, of S. C, Is visiting his broth- - just como to Russell Springs. Junction C'ltr ther than Is "i-eiWill-montan- d II. IliaTI.EMAM. AmtlCu- THEIRTERIOR JOURNAL HUBILE. UUSSULL SWINGS 11011111:11 $1 PER YEAR CASH A Urtllnitntlcltnt.ftf which Mr. John Ollter, GOOD FARM FOR MAN. yf rhlle.lfl.oli, wetthe .ubjwt, It nmttnl 1.7 hltui.Mlow.: vMlnamiwt Oreeilhil con.ll-tloMr kln wi elmnxl rrllow. erre tunken. tontnerniteil.pelnmnilnuellr In derk emt Me, located niar Turneravlllc and r coutalnlLg Knir-frbr hit. place. Thrre nhralrUne had cirrn me up. lorlunltlr. SAAcrn, Known ne the d, l well arrlende.lrlwl trjlnt Eleniln lllttr;' a,t la Il on It two (rood dwelllnpe, land l water-r- n In under cixxlfenco and the ,n'' "T'l'. t"e Bn Iwttle m.le a ,."r.,t.rff ' '"'' private-ly- V 1 rotitlnuM Will evil lrrlilrl IraproTfiuent. their mm for hlcli alntoof cnltlvallon. iiiito with, enn am now well man. 1 knnw they . M OWIINS, AurT. (SO) "".an.! rot.l.! ..'" SooneinoiiM fall the arete of another tic tlra." to trjrtbeni. UnlrJOc, a"a,iirni, HI irnnj I I'TOff fflOiB. iiicnnAVK. SALL. lllltCKIIIIIIMt Ctatl.lMAX. ROYAL f Pretty Home For Sale. INSURANCE COMPANY Oi Liverpool. two-sto- ry The war department says tho number or men ncceary to bring tho Philippine nrmy to tho full desired strength Is 0,338. Of thoso 1,."07 aro now at sea, 3,281 aro at San Francisco and tho remaining 1,547 aro expected to bo recruited by tho end of tho present week. COt'flllEIlS I eurrcrnl SJ yeni- - Itm YCIII. .... with it rough, nnd iwnt InmdrvJaof dollar with doctor, mid for mtdli'lnn to nu avail until I uwil ir Hell remi-UTide innki. wmk lunjre otrong. It line envnl my life J II HooP., Ornnteburg. III. Tho Oook pmpertr at Huatonvllle laoffer-r- d fur alo prlvatefy. Tho dwelling l a !" Company I commodloua frnmo bnttdlngiif 10 iwim. In I.nrtMt Plre Inauranro World. renixinalily good rcpwlr. whllo the lot contain 10 acre of aplciidld land. Tho aro good and thero la convenient &. to tho rrnldcnco n No. t rletrrn. Thero la no or tnoro convenient home lu Oulral prettier Manacera Smlliern Hepeirtwent. Kentucky and a bncalu can bo hnd In It Por further particular call on J II. t'ooV. 1iHila- Iluatonvllle. or (I. II Cooper, f tnnford to Oenernl Uflker. foliin.ida llulldlnr latllle Kv Barbeo Castloman, W. S. BEAZLEY, 1). D. S., OPTIONS ON FARMS I.ttiicxtHtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain 111 ! ! Two women wero killed and another fariB attend Willi VltatliMl Air. I'hjalclan t would like to trtke opthme crlously wounded by a freight car Tor "m.l,.,H.,,l?.,."BU ance 111 Un. In tount WM near Chicago. They had sought hel Ofllco In tho New Thompson Unllillns. (?S Ureaaldrm , Ktlirer, Ky. trr from tain undor tho car und an on gino bucked against it with tho above WANTED. .mnt results DR. M. L. LOADER, rilYSlOIAN AND I)Ul?aOIST, FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. errtOPa MCKtNNlCV. - KlWTUCKV. .Igllt. "' jhy knowit? And Better Why let Prctorlptlon Onrvfnllv Cotnpounded Hy or M'V-Ii- -- CHURCHES AND PREAGHEHS. LAHlf ANDSTOCrT" as ' K.aea. iptoii.lbllanaif:iaeeeeia Hm. hMete.1, .. .1. uumhi ...i Mil ttii.klr wttlva tttiUKefc M..ir.iMiMM..iiv. &,r 1. fMtirel n.1 "lhJ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVt!.LE, llorve and Mulm foraale at all timee ccnttantlr '" hand anj B. G. FOX, ii.i trade. (? ....J: ..( I.I.K.IUUI hn.1 in te tSi.wo 4laeeei A.Mre Itul R. A. JONES, II1SNTIST, .!. K, In a It&SSI? Stan ford i Ky. RoVal Bakisig Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Foil Salu. Six sows, 01 pigs, Bishop John V. Newman, of tho Methodist Episcopal church, Is dead ut pound shoats. John Cook. E. P. Woods bought of Richard Cobb Saratoga. 14 hogs, 2S0 pounds average nt :i!c. Elder Z. T. Williams, of Adair, Is Roy S. Beazley sold to Wm. Byors assistive Elder J. Q. Montfjomcry in en carriage geldot Bostou. a Liberty. interesting meeting at ing for 8250. William J. Snlvoly, orro of tho best tt Powell & Harper delivered to known Methodist ministers in the McCormaek SO lambs that averagaged State, died atLouIsville of cancer, Em-rac- 21 K ' A. S. PHICE, Surgeon chance to guess you arc even five or ten years more? uhy give them a Olwiji.v.-' Dontist, Stre la the Owilej Stanford, Ky. McltoWrU'IHuf J. S. MURPHY, Walter A. Wood Machine Oo., 70. Safeguards the food LI years, has re an church, Louisville, signed to become n teacher in tbe Alum baking powders are tfis greatest Southern 1'resbytcriaQ Theological menacen to health of the present day. Seminary. hovm. awa rowota co., ntw yobk. President B. C. Hagerman, of Bam-ilto- n College, Lexington, Is scheduled 1h Souihsrn Hit... Win.nl Ccnpmj, to preach at tbe Christian church at 11 A. M. Sunday, but in the eront bo can not get hero Mr. Joo Severance will Of Lexington, Ky. occupy tho pulpit. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Rev. W. S. Grlnstcad baptized seven and received 12 into tho Methodist 's church on Sunday alternoon at Wo T&j While Yon Llvo. Mills, tho result of tho recent Did Lint C:npan!es ?ay When Yea Ele. meeting held by Rovs. Neal and Cram. Paris Kentucklan. Orel 1150,000 pa.J In Urine WneMe. Thousands of Endeavorcrs are attend OrerSoO.OJO lluwrteand feurplue lng tho International convention at II USES WEAKEN, fxul Airent,. titanfonl, Ky. Detroit and tho colors of red and white A. SMITH lit) MAN, Secy. 15 Islington, Kr. aro dloplayoti bverywticro. l.ov. ur, presiFrancis E. Clark was dent, John Willis Bacr was secretary, William Shaw treasurer and A. Judson Arrlck was chosen president for Kentucky. Tho members of tho Bcllovuo Christian church secured an Injunction to prevent its pustor, Elder R. D. Harding, who used to preach at Somerset, from entering tho building. Tho congregation flred him for stirring up troublo in tho church und locked tho doors against him, but he broko tho locks and preached anyway last Sun14 Rud-dell- against alum. To rnako sure of ono Mrs. Lizzie Brown, of Vaneoburp, promised to marry two mon the same day and sho took the first ono that came along. Dr. Charles R. Hemphill, who has been pastor of tho Second Presbyteri Tho Wayne County Record roports steers at 4ic thn Kilnnf ttTii.vcar-ol- d and another bunch at i0. The Paris News reortB salon of 31. export cattle, running in wuikuv "" burned and with It three mules, 1W.I bushels of wheat, lot of corn, Ac. Wm. Uowk, of HanUon, raised 02 ' .i . . .. --n . . . 1 bushels ana 2:1 pounus 01 nua. busnois 10 tne acres that tested 02i I acre. Ethelbert, tho favorite, won the rich Realization Stakes at Sheepshead Bay by a dozen lengths, before 20,000 people. John B. Parks sold a bunch of export eattlo to Weihl, at 4.S0 and 1.00, Immediate delivery. Richmond h. ed SO pounds. give them good reasons for guessing the other way. Itls vcy easy; for nothing tells of age quickly as gray hair. Al for the FIBB, LIFE 5c OOIHDEIiTT INSURANCE. Oniy the ImI compnnlea reprosanlol. 1". Inquiries eollnteil. It. . MA1IOXY, Agt., Stanford. Aa4 afexaa-s- t the A k fuaaHe I.0rg Grant Muting Twin MmI. ttveetbef kl.h (deaf a4 ae ku ae ail wort) hi Mm rertiar klaal. (hit ua aaat teat 1 will J. . UJ I ak 1,210 to 1,450 pounds at 41 to oc. W. M. O'Neal's barn in Woodford hi e fw aawnf-I- t k, Mt KPII . , Txnaatetllte ViflOf is a youth-rcnew- J. X. SUTTOST, Undurtulcur, - Unstonville, a Kentucky TmffmwM Ed and Harvey Prowltt wild to John Embry OtJ cattle to go In July at 5c. Ho hair. also bought 30 oattlo of Sd Hart at It cleanses the scalp; re4.S0. Mt. Sterling Gazette. moves ell dandruff, and who is not only a good prevents its formation. Joslah Bishop, VTc have a book on the farmer but a good feeder, tells us ho Hair uhlch we uill gladly 100 pounds each on 40 cattle last put send you. It rnu dti nnt obtain .11 tbe ton. month, and did almost tho identical flu you expected fr t the ute o( the Vliror wrf! the d t tf K ut It, thing the month previous. 1 r tiaMy turre It emne uiitti ult Madison county farmers think tho wttn yuur funeral ajrairm wijc n.r barAtllT flu. ve ' Add re... tho price and short crop must raUo Dr. J. C. Aycr. Lcwcll, Mate, will hold their wheat. The prevailing price is 05c. Tho yield in tbo county will be less thau 10 bushels to the acre, week which Is in tbo reach of anyone. ?hi !'.7 L::itod Br!:i SmHbsm Is SI:ntI cello, Kents:i7, with 57 a:rcj ef Sam II. Hawkins broke the record bulbs. Thin halrbccomcsihick hair, and short hair becomes long luxuriant growth of color ot jouth. It never falls to color to gray hair, stop the hair from out also. It feeds the hair It hides the age under hair the restore Lincoln County National Bank. O4lalMrk,il0U,t?'. (acwa-uTloTt- Oflira LliterTKeeli. tbe .j4e olWl Uatwl anJCaMypjuntlee lull lw.a t IVttu.ana tl.aWiT.on band. I) B. Oanwiler. Manager. il. coming it ulll and uoJef uualjr lee hm Faraeeee fWmlt weiMfenM-ii- A TrtMl Yean ivetmu l..nj Mason Hotel MS. U. D Solicits Your Bank Account, HveUf eexli tHMiaew reUlUn. will K--'If Iwieteaal and leaMUi Ijincastcr, SIMlt(5N, l'ror.. : Kentucky. tlnt-cUm- Newly lornlalicd, clean txxlsj eplcndad 1'ortera i. tablo. Kvetyiblug b'J meet all traiim satual imnvroiis YOUR ACCOUNT U duo and rcadj for you. and you lo ! J.J J. WIUlMaw. . U'aeer, an, tt'fllUw (KfSh. A. W. Canamtet, V II. CauHWIB., Q, Jl. DiianM rtuet.d are ! Settle It At Onoe J. J. r. Own. a Thla tneane YOI' If toil J. H. oe tae. CREER, Stanford. Ky. If I day. LANCASTER. Judge II. T. Noel, of Knoxvllle, 'has been on u visit here. Will Beazley, of Crab Orchard has taken a position in Stormes' drug store. Frank Frlsbio y will open a drugstoro in tho new hotel building. The Favorite Line The country residence of Mrs. Ann Broaddus was destroyed by tiro with all of tbe contents. A largo stock barn, tho property of Hunloy Singleton, was also destroyed by Ore. Tho loss Is heavy with no Insurance. Tho causo of Trains Morning and Evening from Un- both llres is a mystery. ion Station, 10th mid ISroadway. Robert Whlttaker, oldest eon of and Rolert Whlttaker, of Garrard, fell I'dSficngers dcairiug information rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, Ctcbraaka from a window headforemost, his head and points in tho far West, Including Cal- striking an eight-pennail In a board, ifornia, should address which drovo Its way through hta head. A surgical operation was perforated Frank J, Heed, Gen. Past. Agt , K. II. liacon, Dis. l'ass. Agt. and tho boy Is Improving. Gen. Mgr. W.U. McDoel, A KMIillULI, IILUNPEIt "e))faHaiMiaaig!Ult!a!!gb . .. IsOtjxbvUiTiB CHICAGO. ny licllltlea fur traueactlng butlume irouiitljr aud lib. 31c Richmond Regletur. Tho Mercer county wheat crop Is erally than fferU lure lu Ita lun( and honorable As adiulnUtrntor the estate of William only ono half tho average yield. Tho Uoo:h, (leoe.ti.tU, weofwill ou career. Accouuta oi luJIilJuali, SdudarlM.Bruii quality, howover, is extra. The grain '99, and ladlriilualaaollclted. is largo and plump and runs from CO to Wednesday, bushel. Last year, At the late roatrienca ot decedent on Dlx DIMICTOal, 02 pounds to tho John Ulver lu Lincoln county. Kj-- . about 0 mile F. lleld, IJaoolu Co.; J. W. llajj.n, Stanford few crops went above 5S pounds Mitnford. mII ut puhllo uuatlon to Kastof " H. It, HaugUniau, Brewer, of near town, threshed, last the hk'ho.t bldilvr Hal )ereoual property of 8.T. llarrla, " week, 735 bushels of wheat oil of 30 theeatutc, to wit: T.f. 11,111, J.S. Ilotker, " IS milk acres, or 61J bushels to tho acre i'o. W. A. Tllbble, Ouo bull, W.f. Walton " Harrodsburg Sayings. U cuttle. cholca owo lambs, ho sold 22 that wulirhcd 2.205. Anderson News. tr tnnrtr At tho cattle pens Monday, thero J AMU MiKI.CII.Mi:, llajMttlle.O. ...m niuiut K00 cattle, but tho market for ule a huilur--a riu, Lrlik. was dntggy. Four cents for heifers and all. tho n V, corner of the puhllc 5 cents for steers wero the prevailing fcujre lu Mnnilcellu, Ky , and orcuple.1 by Kerniaa an eithanne fur Hour, lural a Hand prices. Fow tales were inado In tho and hwl Ihli la a there lain forenoon, but tho market was brisker Mouth rilo Iir hu.iuewi, 1 or iarlUular ami tt nua addru the aborv In 1SH2, baa bad ruluall)r an uulnUrrtitU (Ulit in tho afternoon. About 1,000 sheep tuceforll jeara. It la teller aupIIe.l uow wIC offered, prices rangtng from 31 to wero Weal-oha- last year, among our and ho makes equally a goo'd a showing this time. From 23 owes ho raised After reserving eight of tho 30 lambs. sheep-growers Iani well laprcved f:r 1 Solo. S II Sbant., Prreldeut; J.ll. Uwalcy,(la.hlen Aut La.bler W. M. llrUbt, known at the John ( hrla man u ami la Dew by Ujnla Coney. The Iioum itmuiu. a room., flue will at kltchrn ami all door, aKOlonhard. ouihulMlntii A new tern, fenttnit In X""d cultiratlon. itud aUle rrulr and the laud Ina arrwit loea of fire reently A. v. Iiaii.tet with aud any one who we want lo Mil thla want! It would di well to rite. 10 The adore irovrty oupll g'l You take tour Wheat und Com to Morrle alwp Fred i:x'liture In Win Uauchrrtr OF STANrUltll, KY. In btunford anil gel In encluaiigo Flour and Men! You ran uIm) bur Flour. Meal. Hilii- ken Feed. Ac, cheap r ut CaHal Stock J103.030. Snrphi, J17.C33 SI etutr, Ilran. I'hl.nnv aliere III town A trial mv ulitcu tlinn I boileve tin eKChange will Ihi W nil I u.k Thla Inatltutlon orlKlnallf ealaUUhed ai the le a rixmI tliliiR for fariuere atul I pled)ra lllier-i- ll truiiauclloiia and full weight My guide ImII Ilank ot Stanford In thM, then reurnanlaed bj 1I Kher Holler eiiinu from Duddcrar Uank ofStanlord In WA andaaln Mill, anil uri'llr.t-cln.- . the National MUllltlH I'ltKD. No. 6 Telcplionu reurganlied u tbe Mrit National liauk of Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK Just Like a Mill. Administrator's Sale. July H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., In Rccclviiijj IiIh Spring Si Mum liter GoocIn. Goods Warranted. Kit Guaranteed. 'Give Him a Call. x, Vlco-rres.- it Charles H. Ilockwell Traffic Mgr. IVIU Southern Railway THE HHU'Q U world, .111 kill tbe 1'ilnaml iroiuitlr bnl It. Cur. OM bort, IVrer buret, I'lren, llolli, lilooi, t I'ila turn on Curni, ell bkin Ijuptluui. Cure Kuarmul. erlh. Only U rente a SoM by IVnnr, Drugl.t. me Ilrulw. often lluiklfu' Arulcj um a horrible llurn, Iwttlu hl, theN:1J, Cuttbe or Iji. PWCTHWT UU1H1JU1 1'n.NETItATF.S SYSTEM UlUlui'Ji EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Tcnneasee, Virginia, Oeorgla North and Boutb Carolina, Alabama, Mlaallppl. A list of those killed and maimed wbllo engaged in tbo laudablo task of giving oppression to their patriotism would make tho casualty list of a battlo lu tbo Philippine ielands look like tho rcort of a peacoful sewing circle's session. Louisville Times. WEAK EVESA HE MADE KTKO.NU, Through Sleeping Gars Between Louisville ant tbe South. Dim Ulon maOo clear, stye removed und giauulatod lids or sore uyts ot uuy kind epeiHllly and effertuully cured by tlio Uko ot U' put up buthurland'a KurIb Fre Fur la tubes, uod Mld on a guarantee. sali at I'cuuy'a Drug btort em m Kentucky Chautauqua, Lexington, Juno 27 to July 0. Low round trip rates via tbo Queen & Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky, good until July Ask ticket agent for Oth returning. particulars. Central Holiness Camp. Wllmorc, July 8th to 10th. Tickets will bo sold via tbo Queen & Crescent Routo July 7 to 15 from all stations, Dry Ridgo to Somorsot Included, ut It fare for tho round trip. Good to July 18th. Sco agents for particulars. Horse show, fair and Tcarnlval, Low rates via Queen Aug. 2. In 6 Crescent routo fiom all points regood to Kentucky dally Aug. turn tho 14lh Inst, Greatest show Lexington has ever had. Don't fall to attend. Ample room for all excurelou- Lox-ingto- n, 8-- J. 11 Colllnr.Crab Oreh'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon ynattlng cuttle. ttHtllnif helftra. M, P. El more, Utauford. head ot nones and marc, ? wiwa nnd it lot of ilioaU, orricaat. t'7 feeding liOKa, J S. Ilocktr, I'realdentj J. J. McIloberU Caiblir. St ewe and ouo buck, t'l luiuU. A, A McKlunev Aa.UtautC.bler. AIout 100 barrels of corn In crib. A lot of funning Implements, household und kitchen furniture, 3 Copjer Stills Aci Wcraj And 10 Hash Tubs. Oliver Clillled l'lowe und ltepalra. Turns. A credit of four months on onto Mill tu OultlviiUiM. ImmI lu tliu world. with good eecurlty with lntert from (lute DecrluK Itoll and IUU lloarlnR lllnden. und payuble In bank. No property to be DeerliiL' ltoll und Hall iienrluic Mowera. rt'iiioted until tho terms of ulo uru comMoyer lluckoourda uud IluiKlea, piled with. Uitrden 1'lowa uud liouble Hliovels. llKTTir. W. aoocil, Will pay market price for Wool, Saclje I.ILHL'IIN fl(MK.II, furnUhid upv time. W. O. UOOL'II, All kind of Furniture uud any piece or AdmluUtrntors. kind ot llumeu ou wuut Oall ou U 10 4 TO FAJRMERS. J.G.JtfcGjjAY Vo Used Tnn:ture and Do All Kinds of Hspslrlnj. THK DANVIIXK UVCLKCtl., UANV1LLC, KY Ko 3 11. B. OAltl'F.NTEK. llt'kTUMriu.1, Kr THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexington shal lUssell Wlrcman, In Knottcounty, 10 years ago, was captured at Piko W. A. TUUK. O. P. A.. Wmulngtou, D. O. City, Ark., having boon traced by Vf. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. means of a letter. LouUvtlle. Ky Sam Adams, ono of tbreu moonshiners who shot and killed Deputy Mar- USlhlribt. lt8- I.UhQ a , ' to consumption. Dr. will cure It. and Ui the luuj;e that u tough L'lvo such strength ... .. M will not .'Ulu there. TwcliU live lain uud Kuahlounblo Sowing. O water Yiotk Ittlug u specialty. ceuts ut l'cuuy's Drugstore, Is the forerunner Dell's llllllTATIfltl. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, The Seamstress. fct. And willing to pay top price In CAaii for Clilckeni, U'gK. Feulliew. Ilucke, (Jeeee, Turku). OIiim'iiKi Yellow ltoot, Ikoa Wux. II Idea of all Linda, t'oiiiier, llruka. Iron aud Ilouia. Alo vrlll bu lu tliu market for wool bee wo uud get my price beforu kellliif(. aud eel aiiot caali. Cull at luy tieudiiuurten, uttlug aud Pertln & Pcuce'a Office, ueur Detail. Stau-or- d, Ky HOfllNSON. UNDERTAKER I Aud Dealer In HAHNZ33, SADDLIR7, 8(0., BTANFOKU, KY.