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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 11, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899071101_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 11, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV111. CRAB OftCHARD. Y 8TANF0RD. UKPUIILICAN' K.Y., TUESDAY. CONVENTION. LANCASTER. Tho church social will bo nl tho residence of Mr. C. 0 McCluro Thursday ovcnlng. All are Invited to como and take part In tomo way and help make tho tlmo pa pleasantly away. Tho two Sabbath ohool In Crab Orchard will havo their annual plenlo at Mr. W.T. 11. White wood next aro Saturday. All Sabbath school Invited to attend. Mr. nnd Mr. J. W. llrook, of San Frauclco, Cal., aro visiting their mother, Mr. S. K. Urooki. Mli May Tlnslcy, of llarbonrvlllo, who has been spending u fow week with Mn. Levi Elder, returned to hor homo Saturday. MIm l'carl Collier U visiting relative nd friends at London and Livingston. Sha will 10 Bono several weeks. MUi Ilalllo KdraUton ha returned homo after a Ovo weeks' visit to relative In Crawfordsvlllo, Iud. Miss Kva Stoger Is visiting Mr. Dr. llurgln In Tho tax levy in Middlcsboro Is 12 25. Illackborrlc sell at 20 cent a gallon l:) In Somerset. Craig Gragg wa captured by a slier- Iff' po4sa In Laurel. Ho cut ono or two men. Henry Payno killed William ! ! In Knox county by beating him over the head with a rock. Incendiaries set fire to and burned two alack of wheat belonging to Chief Hats to Suit Everybody. of Police Hughes, of Somerset. As a result of a quarrel over a woman Sam Hill shot and fatally Injured Will Aulsomo near Middlcsboro. Jesso Flolds' case for tho killing of Judgo Comb was continued till yester day on account of absent witnesses. Tho L. fc N. directors declared a dividend of U per cent, and added au extra i per cent, to It. : Mr. Maggie, wife of Engineer Geo. Durham, died al Corbln after giving birth to twins She was a daughter of Alpine Hats, Itni road Hnls, Judgo D. T. Chesnut. Mr. Isnao Ilcrrin took a car of lambs P. P. CundllT, aged SO, and one of the to Cincinnati Wednesday. Mr. J. W. best citizens of Pulaski, died last week Jnm.. has uono to Cynthlana on busi ut the homo of his ness, llu will begin building n now E. T. Elliott, In Somerset. waro houso Immediately after hi reIironn Hal, Pearl Huts, Illaik Hals; in fact almost any hat wanted. Robert Gllmorc. aged 83, who died turn home. Mr. L. O. Miller and son, In Pulaski Inst week, never shaved In of Oklahoma, are visiting Mrs. II. II. his llfo und hi faco was ns smooth and Hronaugh. Miss Hart.of Somersotls rii devoid of hnlr ns that of a woman. Jume. Misses Maggie 11. II. Conner, of Connersvllle, rep and Undti Tucker wont to Livresenting Central University, at ingston to visit MIm Joilo Stephens. won tho tlrst prlzo in tho Stnte Mm. Harry Mairce, of Livingston, Ik . oratorical contest at tho Cbautnuqtin. visiting Mm. Koto Masco. I).-- W, 8. Hoss Mcece. who killed John Haynes Hoazlcy I spending tho week xjtl. hi at Sclenco Hill, was acquitted at Somfather, trylug tho water from tho well erset. Tho jury In tho caso of Colycr al tho depot on account of hi health. for killing Catron could not ngreo and Wo hoKjho will Iks much Improved bewas discharged. fore hi return to LancnUr. Circuit Judge Eversolc.returncd from MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Hyden, reports that there aro 100 cases of smallpox In Leslie county, and that During tho vear l divorce woro his court was a partial failure because Michigan. Throo to one of In order to get to Good Values and Ilig Bargains. granted In of the existence of tho disease. them wcro grunted on the application Tho mayor of Sholbyvllle fined a of wl vo. woman and sent her t jail for appear Harry Hundloy, uged22, wn married ing on tho street In a Mother Hubbard. at Nowcomb, Tonn., to Mr. Mary He then Instructed tho marshal to arHarris. 41. and tho mother of seven rest nay woman seen on tho streets so children. Is Offering dressed. A lato impor from Hnnlt, Texas, an oo It to the twoiileof tlio.ii Wmnil and to Two women who are alleged to have nounccs tho marriage of MIm Agnes, the civilised world harlnj; limine-- . Intel Mrs. A. W. Carpenter sends u a Bworn laiseiy in mo Wilson trial ut ( there. daughter of tho lato Col. Jim Wrath copy of :ho Detroit Journal which tell London hux'e been arrested and the deerford, to J. 11. Caldwell, a leading 3. We point with pride to tho able admin- - this pretty Incident of tho party she fense believes it an attempt to IntimiLook for yourself and tell j our friends. man of thul place. Danville titration of our Ptato affairs by Oor. W. a is In at tho C. E. convention: business llrdlry. Ills stand for the honor and bent "My Old Kentucky Homo" floated date and discredit Its witnesses at the Advocate. next trial. InternU of the Plato, as shown by his many veto mwnpi to tho lata democratic through tho Union depot last evening CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Jack Adams, for years a prominent tefillturc and eapeclally tho vetoing of the and never was the famous old melody merchant of Mt. Vernon, died at his Itov. It. Lin Cave ha accepted tho McChord pill nud tho Infamous (2oe.be! sung with mora enthusiasm. A little brother', Willis Adams, there Friday, residency of Kentucky University. election law and tho act gerrymandering knot of 25 Endcavorcrs, wearing tho aged 42. Ho married Shirts, Pats, Underwear and Fine Pants, t5"riuit. Cleaned and Pressed.'! tho oldest daughgood orraon al tho several districts of tho Mate meet with badgo of Kentucky, were waiting for After preaching a ter of J. J. William and sho with no Par-ti- n tho universal approval of all good cltlrcns Falrvlew church Sunday Itov. Ira tho local escort to arrange quarter children survive. Mr. Adams was a Irrespective of party affiliation. oaptlzed Harvey Watt. for tho party, whon u pretty young clover, man and his legion 4. We endorse and reaffirm the principles Itov. J. II. Eager, pastor of tho woman with just tho slightest South of friends will learn of his death with Memorial church, Loulavlllo, embodied In tho National republican plat- ern accent, started tho good old song. much regret. form adopted National & Co., 136, resigned for tho good of tho cause. convention heldbyIn the Louts In republican In an Instant every volco was In unison, has Tho many friends 8t. M. K. ls0. catching tho spirit, Pennington will bo here of Dr. Mis Mattle Kcrrtck was robbed of 5. Wo denounce In unmeasured terms the and sorry to hear of hi hor pockol book In Loulsvlllo a sbo Infamous Ooebvl election law pasted over lolncd In the chorus. From another Illness of consumption. Ho has been prayer In tho Cathedral in that Gov. llradluy' veto by a democratic legis- corner of tho depot .camo.a an echo, In Louisville knell In under trcctmont for some city. lature. A law that attempt to rob the tho strains of months, but his health continued to de" Wo'ro Soldlors of tho Cross." Tho Itov. J. T. llarrow, pastor of tho peoplo of Kentucky of one of their highest cline. Ho Is now In Colorado. Ellzaboihtown, was nnd deartwt rights, that of suffernge. In There was no cessation of tho activIlaplUl church at Democrat. Ho married Mis killed bv being struck by a train at that It proposes to deprive them of a fair ity, ushors and whlto capped men and Lou Clark, tho pretty elocutionist, less a fair count of their vote af election and Qlondalo. women hurried around among tho than a year ago. .Wo Sell. llobcr't Davis thoi and ter thu election. crowd of newcomers a they marched At Erlanger, Chris Jackson, brother-in-la- w 9. That we aro opposed to tho McChord olTom painfully wounded William Itancy railroad bill, vetoed and killed by Gov. out from tho Wubash train, and In a Haker, who was killed at Manchester, because tho latter was Instrumental In llradley. after Its passage by a democratic rapid and orderly manner, assigned tho was brought Into court at London on church. having him turned outof legislature, as we believe it provisions are llltlu crowd to quarters. Whllo this several misdemeanor charges and Dr. K. Y. Mulllns, of Doston, has unlu.t, and If enacted Into u law will re wa going on, ull were singing that found guilty !n three cases, ono for tho presidency of tho Southern tard the development of our untold mineral grand hymn which lmd touched a chord shooting pistol on tho streets of Lon e Theological Seminary und now let a nud lumber wealth by crippling thu rail- of sympathy In every breast ullke. don. Judgo Ilaugh permitted him to roads now In 0 rat Ion and dUcournglng very uuplcasant incident bo closed. At an old fashioned fiddling contest go out to look for bondsmen to replevy Carlisle jieoplo aro utready muklng tha building of others. hi find und ho failed to return. 7. Wu uro In favor of Inviting capital Into at Dycrsbuig, Tenn., July 4ih, Kenurrangemouu to entertain tho Near Combs postolllce, In Madison, a our Mate and uation for luve.ttneut In our Hob Taylor took purl In tho program, tucky conference of tho M. E. church, many Industries and for tho development of fight occurrdd between James Willis, n meet there on August our vkt undeveloped resource, and favor assisted by W. II. Haywood, tho South, which editor. Thoro wero suvcral hun uoo r rceuiun anu 10m uoylo on ono 30th. nil just legls.atlou to protect their Interests. side and Itufus and Scott Baker on tho If you need a Machine call In, we can suit yon. Tho Disciple of Christ will hold Yet wo nru uuipiullt'edly against ull trusts drcd contestants und all tbo old tlmo other. Tho two Haker wero badlv missionary convention In and combines organized and opcrntcd to tune fumlllur In tho CO wero heard wounded. Scott Duker their iublleu was shot with a Loose in und 10,000 dole stop cometltlon, thereby U'comlng op- - onco more "Hell Hroko Cincinnati, Oct. HIGG-IN- S double-barrelgun nnd will doubtless "Su-ggate aro expected to bo present from iiretslvu and working untold Injury to our Georgiu," Leather Hreechcs" und die. The others wero not badly hurt. In tho Gourd," Thousands of specmaterial uutl liu.lne Interests. all part of tho world. H. That niter oxcelleut Tho fight wus tho outgrowth of a Mr. May Wright Sowall, president nates txi thu following delegates und county tator attended and, uftur an wound up drunken brawl, the parties having just elecled torsprvM'iit Llncolu banquet, thu entertainment of tha United Stute council of tho In tho Irfixlnglou taken a barrel of whisky out of bond. tliitucoiivuntlon us dele- Women International Congross, wo gutest O. M. IUvImiu, G. XV, Gentry, A. O. with a display of tiro works, uwitrded tho prize and wus ono elected to succeed tho countess of Aber- l'uulkiier, XV, 11. tVnik, Tom Terry, J. 1" Tuvlor Al Purls Judge Cantrlll decided In of tho orator of tho evening. deen a president of tho Congress, Utramtiis. Tom PhllllpH, 11. 11. King, Tom favor of the city of Paris in tho Suit meeting in Ferrvll.J. A.CImppell. lien Urlght. Dr. XV. which will hold lis next against tho Paris bank for back tuxe Di:.Xlf NlS('ANMrr UK ciittn I) Turd If, J. XX'. huopu, Jou lteld, XX', K. l. Herlln. wl I'l.Mojtlinu. si titer ranuut mu'h Iheillito Tho banks will take tho caso to tho There Uonly uno way eMillKrlWuoriliaeir Tho C. E. convention at Detroit, Vuruon and XV S, Myers. ny eoniiiiuiiouai court of appeals, eurcursnirMsuJ inn r, to Congress Alternate: A. II. l'loreuce, XV. II, U rjinwl by su InlUiiiat eumlllloii adopted two memorial A ;old watch, tho slzo of a pea and luiUeUUu Tub. Tom I'ulu, II. T. I.un.ford, II. II. Per- - nr iim iiiiuxiii. lliilim of lbs you con Saturday, ono for tho immediate hats a ruiubllUK When this tub lists lutUiowi nil, Grunt North, t'hurles Knssllii, It. L. aiUDilurliuwIni nesi lun, sua wuru n u entirely weighing not qulto tho 230th part of a sideration of tho question of arbitraand unlets Ibe Davl.on, Trunk Adktus, J. S. Jolin.ton, O. clufc itesfneM It tbs mutt,auu iqi imm Intltui- potinii, i on oxiilultlon at Uorlln und " Bin; oat the old King la tut m tion between Great Ilrltaln and tho U. reviorei matlou can t taken uui will tleatrored Is vultied at (2,000. fuudllloii, calling uAin the body Minor, Charles llutcher, lUlmond XV.rJlinpnoii, to lit uuruial ewa out oflieariu eauawlUbr tatarrh, S. and thu other EineoutttoUls Sing lath truo" leu ara IC. furater: nlns M. John. ton and A pleco of property on ono of AtlanTrunk Toluy, J. wblch la nol liliitf but au lutlauieu condition of the to deny Polygumlst Kobert, of Utuh.n We bring to you the new and truo frora th ta' principal street sold for J2.020 a iuiimiui inrfacw. llunJreJ Oollars (jriureaw XVe wllUheOne pioey forests of Norway scat. 0. Thutsuld delfgutus aro Instructed to Shortly beforo tho war tho of Jiraruna (eaul by ealarru) tbat canuot tw front foot. cust tho vote of Lincoln county for A. A. boeurel by llall'a Catarrb Cure. in.l for properly wu worth but $5 a foot. Itoborl Honnor, publisher of tho McKinuey for State treasurer und into ull J". J. CUuwy 4 Co.,Tole4,0. HoM by PrufgUia. 7.V. dead. Ho wa an honorablo nisans to sucuru his uoniliiatlou. Tho IC. of P. lodge In Kentucky durNow York Ledger, r'auiliy 1111a ara tbs beat. llall'a ing tho yeur 1SUS paid for sick benefits m Irishman by birth und 75 yeur old. To ' Thu rcsolullon woro unanimously Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Tho editor of thu Morgan Messenger $8,821 01; for Junerul benofits,$l,llS0 30, gratify hi taste for fust horse ho own- adopted and tho convention adjourned. trotIn only S3 on sub- for miscellaneous rollef, 32S.7tJ, makay ho ha taken ed sovcrul of tho most celebrated ing a total of $11,633.70. From Nashville, Itev. Sam Jones, tho scription slncu tho 21th of April, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by ter in thu world, among them being occupied u ha ha overll.OOO owing to him. science to a Pletsant, Permanent, Potitlro If tbo Virginia treatmontof lyncher tho fumou Maud S. Ho always with noted Georgiu Cure for cough, colds and all Infbmed furfaca drew thesd horse from tho race track. Pullman with Col. W, J. Ilryun. Tho Ho bus uendcd hi paper until tho wa followed genorully, we wouldn't of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. train men report that thoy did not delinquent puy up. hear so much of their work. Six woro Lungs areexhnV . -Tho sore, weary cough-WorGqv. Sayor, of Texas, say that fullvf spcuk, und sal in moody stlonci near tried for lynchlpg a man charged with mucus is cut out t the rated i the microbe-bearinIHSUAKCK'd 1I10N NKItVK people, most of thorn Negroo, euch other all tho way to Chattanooga. 45,000 ltU'lld bealtb. ludouilt assaulting u young xvomau. XVaa tits result of bis It wa cause of that tickling Is removed, and the InfUraed havo been left entirely dependent by If llryuu knew who tbo fakir was ho .1.1.. will .ii.l trvineudoua elleniv ara UOl fouuj shown during tho trial that tho man raembrancs ore beaded and soothed so that then Liver, klljueya aul liowals araout wbrreMomaeb, tho Hood. He say tho loss of llfo will doubtless remembered hi foolish ro u( order Ifyvu waul tbeiualllli aud tb auc-- wa discharged from u lunutiu asylum la do Inclination to cough. Dr. Kluii'a New Ule 1111a. ility brlui;, u not exceed 60. Tho duinago to cotton murk alKiul thu stuull amount ol taxes SOLD 'BY ALL GOOD DRUSQISTS Tuey deivlopavery - werol brulu aud bod jr. Only u short timo beforo and was of unsound paid by him. I estimated at four millions. rsauy s uru- ,w, mind. Further, It wu shown that tho tottiatjOnly. M., 60. an $1.00 ! Godfrey Hunter, minister to Guate- i al assault wan unsuccessful und not of a "Mi6 llerthu Whl'teldo wu hot uml mala has been directed by Secretary M. SURE YOU GET Thu men who killed Gen. Lunuattho viciou uaiuro, nor .Lrt LfWii'nS.T killed by her lovor, William Ludwlck, Hay to unswer tho charge of neglect door of Agulnuldo' residence have sical bruto. All of tno work of H phyHM-TaM- ta tho accused wero in De Moines, la., becauso sho refused mado against him by John 11 ltlchard beuc acquitted on tho ground of convicieu ot muruor la tho second de M. A. MsliuHr, testimony thowlng that gree, uno wa sentenced to tho pon killing the ulr. tho Loulsvlllo man, who claims to have the to marry him. Aflor Luna hud conspired to kill Agulnaldo iiunuury tor six year und tho other tbo young man shot himself und wilt I been outrageously treated by tho gov- - and proclaim himself dictator, rvcoivcu suuiunce oi uvo year each. FOK KALE AT FENNY'S DRUG STORE. eminent olllclttU In Central America. Hlg-nlght Uv-tngst- l.'-O- Tho republican caucuiod along tlmo Ml Julia May Galnc ha a houso yesterday boforo they held tholr con- party this week consisting of young, vention, tho trouble growing out of tho lady friend from Georgetown, Win- desire of soma to Instruct for Taylor, chctter, Lexington and Richmond, who nd other for Stona, whon It had boon aro being royally onlcrtalncd. decided by tha leader that Mr. A. A.I Tholadlcof tho Presbyterian church MeKlnncy, assistant cathlar of tho gave a supper In tho beautiful lawn of First National Hank of Stanford, alono Mr. Margaret ufUa residence on should bo Instructed for for Stale treat Thursday nlgbt and realized ?.'0. Tho urer. Tho mutter was finally arranged premise woro beautifully lighted and satisfactorily and when the convention tho supper wa delicious. was called to order by Chairman DaviTho Loyal Legion wu highly enter son, everything was as sercno ns a May tained by tho president, Mis Sullie morning and tho cutand dried program Elkln, last week at her beautiful home. went through lUo greased lightning. "Maplos." About (K) children wero County Chairman Davison culled 'bo present, a bountiful dinner was spread body to order and then W. E. Varnon, and Innocent amusement wa tha order a turncoat, wa made chairman. In his of tha day. tct'ch of thanks ho raved and lore hts However truo it mav ba that tho hair to provu to hi now found friends friend of either cundldalo In tho Louthat ha was tho worso rad In tho bunch lsvlllo convention would havo resorted and then Dr. W. D. Tardlf, colored, to foul means to secure nomination, It wa elected secretary. alto truo that party rules should bo Mr. Davlsnn then moved tho nppolnt so rovlscd as to prevent combinations ment (if a cnmmltleo of seven to "pre- and wrangle In making nomlnitloni. pare" resolution and thoy were ap. A prominent democrat, whohas stock pointed ns follows: Dr. It. L. Davison, In the Louisville Dispatch, said. In re (5. W. Gentry, Jok. PholiH. Grant ferring to tho course pursued by that North, Harrison Graham, .In. C. King paper: "It started on tho people's und J. S. Young, who, after a nliorl re- money, became tho friend and advocate tirement, during which Urlght Forrell, of tho L. 'c N. rullwuy and bolted the another turncoat, stirred tho crowd democratic parly." This I truo und with rod hot oratory, reappeared, democrats are leaving ll like rat for whereupon Dr. Divlson read the fol- saking n sinking ship. lowing: D.invlllo's return to tho old fashion Tlic flrl resolution i iiilorso tlm cull for n stock lair uggots tho propriety of Miito convention ut Uxlnj;tm adopting former customs ihtoughout 3. Wit liturtlly cuOium, Dm wlun nnil patthe. social world and the total elimina (if I'rtMt. Win. ilrKlu-le- y riotic ncltiilnl.trntlon mid unite with nil lotrr of onr country tion of thoto practice which uro hurtml Ita lutltutlom In to lilm nml ful to thu morul and physical man. tliuu tinilrr lilm our thanks for thu sjiwdy Peoplo nro happier when thoy May nnil auvItil (irmlnatlon of our war for away from tho race coureu und card liuintinlly Ulcly wnKiil acnlast Spain; and tablu and retlro at 10 o'clock l M. rMclallv for III dotormlnatlon, nftcr Tho republican of this county will driving of (tie Philippine send two delegation to Lexington Wlftlitl. not to Iravo IU liihaliltaiita nnil Wednesday to assist In selecting a lain b iIiom, wrnltliy tlm limine. Intrust of sacrifice, though It look more like l.lnuil. to tlm mtrcy of n ixiplc, ut prpont. for a goal thin time. Of couro they will totally unlit for wlf gorcrnmrnt, anil to tlivru a stable covurnmrnl nml declare for honesty and good govern lth It bring tliv prvaclirr and tlio school ment nnd go back on both,. If they get teacher to educate, clvlllia and christianise nn opportunity. Thev certulnly do not the jwopln of Uhko brnlclitcd l.lands, for oxe't to win, und arc only pulling out we deem this the duty of till country. XX'i' a ticket to promote party organization. 1 riU-titlliitr INTERIOR JOURNAL. iS'sssaassM JULY NEWS 11. 1899 10 A. M. OF THE VICINAL. rxx i i I I I I NO. 38 HATS HATS ATS !i I semi-annu- Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, son-In-l- ai I Stetson Mats ! I I H. J. M'ROBERTS. ttlch-mon- d, Ga ndidate Named And Convention Adjourned THE GLOBE $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. We Need The Cash ! d J. L. Frohman THB GLOBB, 'Phone Danville. Har-rodsb- LOOK ! well-know- New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Bldridg-- "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. & McKINNEY. 13-1- 0, ur ed hx-uo- I, rente-ale- s. lttg-ne- - ilreu-lar,f- 1 DR. BELL'S n g sis If. Ni dt. E LAND STOCK. I Gait. Stoke It making no friends t? w. R. rumiav. of London, has and damning himself politically by- - gone to tho republican convontlon with Sara Helm sold to Dr. P. W. Logan THE INTERIOR 30URNAL rantlnulnff toharn about the war Mr. brass band to capture trio nomination 16 steer calves at $23. Goobol treated him. Ho wont into a forattornoy general. For Sale. Six sows, 61 pigs, 21 100 comblno to beat Hardin, and got hlm-so- lf It makes a great deal ol dlfferonco pound shoats. John Cook. July n, 1899 Stanford. Kv.. beaten, Is about all there Is of it, whoso ox Is gored. Tho Frankfort ArFor Sale. Sow and flvo plgi also and his littlo talo of woo falls on un- gus shows It by this llltlo bit of histo- dry cow. Wra. Sovorance. sympathetic,' ears, except thoso held ry: Some years ago Gen. P. W. liar- L. O. Dunn bought of A. T. llunn, of W. P. WALTON. wldo open for some excuso to bolt a din and Judge A. E. Richards had a Adair, 100 brood ewes at $3.75. nomination won by a man who ought hot conscst for attorney general, ino Wilson ft Uorrln sold In Cincinnati a of that DEMOCRATIC1 TICKET. to havo it, and who will bo olected tho'- recordssufficientconvention of will show car load of lambs at 41 to 4.85. delegates number G. D. Boone sold to K. P. Woods a tho bcathon rage and some peoplo lm- that a aglno vain things. Under tho circum- from Loulsvlllo who supported Rich- bunch os For CloTrnor, hogs at 3 Jo WILLIAM GOEUEL. stances tho least said by Capt. Stone ard, wero turned out to glvo tho gen lt. W. Sllgall bought of A. A. UoTfrnor. Kor Lieutenant the bolter. It would havo been the eral a majority and nominate, him. Crutcbfield a row and eight pigs for $20. J. C. W. DCCKIIAM. part of wisdom for him to accept tho That was long ago, when other maKerr, of Winchester, has bought For Attornty lleneral, romilt of tho convention. In which It chines wero In oporatlon, but tho nom-InII.J. HIlECKIXnlDOE. 15,000 bushols of wheat In Madison ut For Auditor, nppears ho went In to win, honestly If did not decline tho nomination on 05c. HUSO COl'LTF.lt. nny such a chnrge as fraud. he could, but to bo nominated. F. F. and M. M. Sandldgo sold to J. Kor Trrnurer, hVgs George Denny, a red hot Taylor man W. Allen a car load of S. W. 1IAGKK. , Thk Loulsvlllo Dispatch acd Post says: "As to this eievenm ouur mo..-- at .1.10. orSecreUrrotSute, aro raising what little sand they can to montforMr. Yerkcs I havo nine 10 C. IlKECK IIILU J.C. Eu banks sold to Montle Fox ForSuwrintfnJentofruMlelnttruftloii. create a sentiment against tho demos Mr. Yerkes Is a good man, but as for Wcihl two of oxKrl cat-tl- o 1IAIIKV MCCHISXEV. cratic ticket. They even go so far as between hin and Gen. Taylor I would For Coniiullonr of Agriculture, al 4 $',. to ask that tho ticket bo entirely ION' II. .NAM ho for Taylor every time. Taylor nas Thomas Penco bought of Dr. Hugh and a convention of bolters been a hard working, consistent rcpub. Rold 25 hof For lUllroad CoiuuilMloncr, at 3.30 and u lot of mounC. MCIIOUl. C called to nomlnato another ticket. But llcan. Yerkes never mado a halt dozon tain lambs nt Ho. these repudiated shoots aro without speeches for tho republican party In his r lirpmentttite, John Conrad sold his crop of tobacco M. F. X0IIT1I. Influence and without a constltuacy al- iif... Ttn U lulnir b wined now by a lot grown on Dry Ridge In Grant county, most. They aro doing their best to of mugwumps and disappointed demo 130,000 pounds, ill Sic. s GOV. Bkadley fjot (oolcd again and play upon tho feelings of G. A. Slier bought of 11. M. Kennedy crats. He had tho courage to announce In Frank-for- t, and back numbers, but they nro not had the riot alarm sounded himself and mako his OghJ. when tnc 21 stock hogs at 3 32 and sold a bunch Lexington and Pcwcc Valloy. On sufficient to get up n decent conven- chances of republican success were of steers and hclfors nt 4c. tho strength of what ho thought relia- tion to nominate a constable. very questionable. N'ow, to put soino Joe Thayer, of Lexington, sold to a would Si. Louis turfman tho ble Information from London that Matt old filly, already flguro that nno nlso at the head of tho ticket BltYAX'S friends Smith, n Baker relative, had killed bo the sheerest Injustice." Futurity Belle, 2:25, for 3,000. in Clay and ho Is dead sure of 020 votes In tho Na Deputy Sheriff Stubblcuold Kverv man on tho democratic uckoi. Given & Allen sold to .1. P. RilTu 111 more than enough that tho Whites had maseed to hunt tional convention, for president. The ..,.,nrf..,i nml worked for Bryan. Goo tlrsl-claewes at $4 25. They look u the Bakers to tho death, he Issued or- tn nominate him was the largest individual contrib car load to Hnrdstown yesterday. calling six compa- great Nebraskan continues to grow In bel ders Friday night, ol isui m me At Hartford, Conn., Prince Alert only of his utor to the campaign futid nies Into emergency service. A special tho lovo and admiration not will doubt- Stato. Breckinridge mado speeches heal IVurl Onward In a maich puce, mado up In Louisville and party, but tho people,and ho to organ going the two heats In 2:071 each. train was HI for Bryan. Beckham helped was ready to leavo to pick up tho sol- less bo nominated by acclamation. B. T. Lunsford sold to S. Morgan two silver in 1110 same Is beginning to leavo tho ize tho Stato for diers, when tho fraud was discovered election too Nail offered hlmrelf as a sacri early calve for $35 und to Jeso Sinrevoked. It would realms of possibility and assumo that vear. mayor lu Loulsvlllo to make gleton u pair ot aged mules for $125. and tho orders were fice for . bo cheaper for tho governor to keep a of probability. Roy S. Buazley void to A. C. Ruut-che- r, votes for Bryan. Coulter more reliable man as near to tho scene as he meeting that tho any other man Is responsible for tho of London, n saddlu goldlng for TlIF. could get to keep him advlse'd. Tho lying Post and Dispatch said would bo 14.000 majority In lfeOO for the ticket $150 and took him thither by road Satcry of wolf will result finally in tho old held at Bowllnir Green yestordny to and McChesney. Hager and Hill d urday. way, we fear, and when they aro most denounce tho democrat convention tbclr coats off lor tho ticket In tho Collyer A Owens, the tombstone and needed no troops will be sent. Wo accept tno re- undertaking II rm ut Brodhcad. has ball for a bolter's great contest. and perhaps start tho will suppoi t bought A. E. Albright's slock of goods Lexington peo nomination for governor, diu not mate- sult of the convention and The etlort of certain The democrats of that section Senator Goebel and the rest of the at that place. ple to make a hero and a martyr out of rialize. two papers ticket nominated with hlin. Wo sco There wus littlo or no stock here tho disgusting old reprobate, C. C. aro not d n fools If tho nothing else for any good democrat to yesterday nnd no demand for any, a dog gag. named are. Moore, Is enough to make pado. Ellzabethtown News. Hardin caused no doubt by the dry spull which Ho returned Saturday from serving a J. R. BkoaiiUCRST has retired from per. has ruined grass. In tho Ohio penltentlarv for sendterm tho Winchester Sun and tho surviving J. B. Kmbry bought of Clell Ewing, BRIEF HEWS HQTATION. ing obscene literature through tho nartners. Messrs. J. D. Mitchell and J. of Montgomery. 150 1,450 pound cattle malls and was met at tho train with J. Adams, will continue to run that It costs J2.000.000 a year to run tho aluo and of another farmer near blm a brass band playlDg "Old Kentucky excellent democratic paper. city government of Loulsvlllo. 40 at the same price. to Home," and escorted In great shape It is estimated that the uamago oj W. B. Burton, tho Lancaster livery d is n nrosnect that a demo tho Pho;nlx Hotel, where he was There floods In Texas will reach man, bought last week eight livery and feted ad nauseam ct ad cratic dally will bo established at Lex tho recent 8S,500,000. horses at $00 to $100 and told to I. M. extrenum. A community that toler- ington. Such a paper is certainly mucn Col. Williams' regiment of Stato Dunn a harness mare for $125. the old heathen Is to be commiser- needed there. ates guards will be known as the 2d and the Forty yearling thoroughbred colts, ated, much more, one that tries to one forming at Loulsvlllo the 1st. property of Gen. W. H. Jackson, of AND PQLT1CS. POLITICIANS make a hero of him. Walter Rydell, aged 17, shot his Bcllo Meade, Tcnn., were recently sold A leading republican says that tho father, C. O. Rydell, four times, in in New York at an average of $1,153. AFTER his brother was Indicted for sister Hodgkin Bros, shipped 100 hogs, wt. bribery at the railroad convention, Taylor men In this county aro 10 to 1 order to protect his mother and from serious Injury. Ellzabethtown for any other candidate for governor. ISO pounds, bought at 3i to 3.40; 250 Editor Soramers, of the Charles B. Brown, of Chicago, filed a lambs at 5 to 5c, and a car load of Rev. G. W. Young gays ho has 00 InNews, published an article that Judge Lebanon, one of the Indicting tention of taking the stump against petition in bankruptcy scheduling his heifers bought at 3 to 4c WinchesRives, of witnesses, came near being disbarred Goebel as reported, though the state- liabilities at 81.030,078 and his assets at ter Democrat. $5. Georgo Boota says a sure way to preby the court of appeals upon the dis- ment Is hardly material. Ailliara Howerton, a Bardstown, vent cattle from dying when swollen The Russcllvllle News is trying to honorable charge of altering the recwife to death beat his from eating clover is to pour cold water ords. Thereupon tho judge had the ape the performance of tho Louisville Ind., Negro, joined tho church against on their backs. Ho bad 25 to swell up editor cited for criminal libel and now Post, four years ago, by printing tho because she bis will. comes the editor and makes an humble ticket minus the head. atone time this year and all wero saved In Morgan county Sunday Jcaso Day by this simple remedy. Harrodsburg Hon. Geo. W. Julian, formerly a retraction, saying that further investiamfkllled In a church at the gation did not substantiate his charge. nmmlnont nnllttninn and the author of was shot Democrat. two brotnors namNeither a man nor a gun should go off several works on political subjects, Is mouthofCaneyby J. Carroll Bailey Is getting his high ed Fugate. brown gelding, half cocked, as Editor Sommers now dead at Indianapolis. headed, Bushnell of Ohio pardoned a Tvson, realizes John R. McLean, editor of tho Un- - Gov. ready for the fairs and tho news was says that if tho dem- - dying burglar. When tho .., no ... win event .ni vru oupp.coo .), ulnnati Enauirer. h- m the nomination carried to him, he died from the ex horse that beats him will have a job. "l.N He also has tho finest a thef- t- ocrata ot Ohio give truth, defend a lie, or approve him to take It, ho citement. whether of a horso or a nomination.' and bis friends ask working up a mare1 In this section. Watch for them A Chicago promoter Is at tho Hustonvlllo fa'r July 20 three These crandiloouent words are from will accept. nnw rallwav from Knoxvlllo to Mem days. ds Gov .oAltgeld says that the Breckinridge tho pen of Col. W. C. P. havo sold $12,000,000 rulo will bo abolished by thb phis and claims to Win. Rubel, of Garrard, was offered and appear in the Lexington Herald. If necessary to worth of construction bonds. 70 cents for 2,000 bushels of wheat by Is getting so good in his National convention The colonel Hensley, of Parkcrsburg, Harrodsburg buyers last Monday, but Robert of tho Chicago plat old ago that the next thing wo may the reaffirmation iml ilrnnlr n nlnt of coat oil and died omission. 71 of him Is that ho has settled that form without hear heard thathls refused, asking cents. Josluh Smith, An enthusiaotic Georgian sont Col from tho effects when ho ot Burgln, has purchased 18,000 bushlittle luduraent of 815,000 that a certain charged with stealing load of watermelons, but son had been season at from 05 of now young woman obtained apulnst him at Bryan a car i.i,. Wnndii. In tho United States els70 cents.wheat this stock ewes at 4c, as the noxt president was absent, and Sales of to Washington declined to apMrs. Bryan couldn t eat 'em an, sne court at Indianapolis, routo stock hogs al 3, and fat cattle at 4c aro Except for the minor offices whlob declined to accept It and the unpaid point a receiver for the Monon for so also reortcd in thu Harrodsburg Dembecause ho saw no urgent reason he will dictate, tho republican conven- freight bill. ocrat. Knox county republicans instructed doing. tion promises to be a tamo affair TayInsurance company HUSTONVILLE. Tho Mutual Life lor now claims 1.136 votes, or 2SS more for Taylor for governor and C. Powers, tolegraphed Gov. than Is necessary to nominate, making of Barbourvllle, for secretary of Stato. of New York has Crab Orchard will play a return game m iirnw on them for tho sum of it impossible for any combination of A dispatch says that 1,500 of tho 2,000 Valley flood hero next Saturday. beat him. But what rads pressnt wore Intoxicated and that $5,000 In aid of the Brazos Stone and Prutt to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis are moving sufferers. iu will do with the nomination after bo dozens of tights occurred. v v. Wnatherfoid. u Southern en Into Miss M. S. Logan's property on Cltv Journal suva it is Thn gets it? is tho question. Ho wont stand in a coach in Main Street. as much chance of election as a short rumored that tho democratic, nominee gineer, was shot to death T. L. Carpenter sold to Montlo Fox Is a goldbug tho yards at Nashville wnno asiccp. for governor in Kentucky tall bull In fly time Btands to rest. beon put on tho as 35 cattlo at fie, their average weight ImlUcruUu. If this bo true tho free Bloodhounds havo being 1,500 pounds. Now that Gen. Joe Wheeler has coinage bills pissed by tho Legislature sailant's trail. Rev. J. J. Helzer, of Danville, hus been ordered to tho Philippines and will probably bo vetoed. mat woum Tn a. street flcbt at Jackson bctweon his daughter, Miss Annie, appointed a be dreadful. niiwr, nml Josh and Cal Miller, Davo been employed to preach ut tho Presnurse by tho war department to servo The Courier-Journ- al says of Greon Combs and Bob Douglas, 50 shots wero byterian church during tho summer. at Manila, wo may soon look for a cloto Koller's article against the Stato ticket lired. and Deputy Jailer Jack Koborls The fair still continues to be tho solo topic of conversation, und with tho of tho war with, the Filipinos, for to old which ho will support: Wo confess was mortally wounded. Joe more than any other one man is ourselves wholly unable to comprehend W. Webb was shot and in officers it has, It Is sure to bo a success. Thomas Messrs. Crouch & Mutlcrn, thu phodue tho praise for tho short, sharp and the stato of mental ana raorui contusion stantly killed by Mrs. W. F. Smith at in Cnba. . decisive result La. The shooting was tographers, seem to be doln,r u land which could glvo utterance to an ebulliand havo decided to caused by somo very Insulting remarks office business here Admiral Cervera, who has been tion so senseless and grotesque. stay until after thu fair. Lt. E. D. Scott, tn the interest of Webb mado to Mrs. bmlth. under arrest over since his return to Miss Dora Baughman, of your city, There, aro 33 applications for Nation ot tho repubSpain toe letting the Americans sink Taylor, won as chairman a al banks In Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii spent several days with Miss Ednu after and capture his navy, has at last been lican convention at Somerset attorney gen-nr- and tho Philippines. J. W. Crooko. ol Baughman. II. It. Carpenter mude a liberated. The court martial finds sharp btruggle, and tho W. A. Mor Richmond, applies for ono in uavuna Hying trip to Covington last week. Miss imt tha Instructions. doubtless that ho could not havo gotten for lieutenant with $200,000 capital. Logan C. Mur Luuy Alcorn, who has been In Louh out of the bottle that Schloy put him in row, who was Instructed ray, of Louisville, wunts to start ono vlllu for some time, has returned. governor by Rockcastle, wus Ignored. if he had ten times as many ships. The following young people attended Dispatch today has a in Honolulu, Ac. The Louisville thu Chautauqua ut Lexington ThursTllU uutomobllo seems to be the few democratic readers. It should not How have tho mighty fallen V Tho as- day: Misses Mary, Fruuces and Noll coming mode of travel. Investor at havo them longer. Democrats will ,satisfied that It will be, for pass it up. It should bo avoided as a sessment of Mlddlesboro is now $732- Adams, Jennie, und Lucy MuKinney, least appeur Nun Kennedy, Edna and Doru Baughalready companies with (in uggregutu plague, shunned us a pestilence It Is 000. Win. Burnsldo, HI, and Miss Lafono man, Mattle and Jessie Powell, und capitalization of $103,100,000 have been lu ihothroesotdUsolutlon. With bunds Messrs. C. W. Adums und J. II DockHumber, 10, of Garrurd, eloped to incorporated to manufacture them. to our uose lot us await tho end. er. Mrs. Kato Culbertson und daughand wore married. Franklin Favorite. TllU war tax will never bo regaled Tho National Editorial Association, ters, Louise und Ruth, of Covington, Col. Bryan spoke to an Immense under republican rulo. Let us kturt tho crowd at tho dollurdlnnurutColumbus, lu session at Portland, Ore., selected uru tho guests of Mrs. II. It. Cumnltz. ball for tho election of Bryan by swing-in- g O , Friday night and discussed three New Orleans as the noxt place of meetDOC LOST ! Kentucky into tho democratic col- topics "tho reaffirmation of tho Chica- ing and Fobruury as tho time. Mnliulil'tUcJ, thull Ulll Wlil in J lllli I umn for good and all. C. & O. will give a rule of ono SjIU-- hIUr illUU, Liberal rewnr.l lor ber Tho go platform, Imperialism, which he (.la) lo llils ollim. Vu., on the occasion faro to Richmond, AUDITOR STONE says ho Is still lnLlnnlll..i., denouncement of trusts. nf th Hantlst Young People's Union ' "' u) Tciinw Sbtqi fur tho race lor governor, out uo is tuu I These will bo in me piutiorm, wim mu July 11 Side trips H good to 2Slh. arrungcu. at CUPPP .1 T19,ItUlK, piuyUU, Ky. Call OUbul luT w E.wt-- iim Bitxn, 7 only man who think so, if ho really evil of trusts cleurly pointed out," he I bu or writs vory low rates have been UIMJS. m THE - Louisville Store. The Voice ot Ilourst nargainat. Commands Attention To our necord-llrraVln- co Line of Summer Gool. 200-pou- .!. car-load- Nice Linen Suit For the hot wether. Mcn'ii Linen rfn'iM f J 2.1, Itoji'lung pant l.lnen Hulls $l.l3, I tors' Knee l'ant Linen Suits tl.21, Men's Cotton Pants :i3c. Muii'm Extra Cotton litiH 75eiUilltv. only 50c Coinu and get our of our He-iv- . sore-head- ss Soft f root Shirts 25ctofl. Men's I'n.lerSli'rti 15", a neuronal of Stimv Skirt 4Sc Ladios' I.in Indies' Summer Conct 21c Lndi Shift Wnl.ln Lslirs' Vuf.ts3 for 10c A big line of litis at v kiv prl, antl-Goeb- Cheap Lawns Lvlles' Oxfords ISc, I'-'jc. Men's low cut Shin-- s iHe, A few pic.el Matting CARPETS 20T050C The Louisville Store. The Clicspetit House in Town A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. T.D. KANEY, Manager, Branch stores at Eliiabethlown.;Klkton, Owenloro, Mic'by vllle, Vurtslilcs, IUrdtj town, Hopklnsvllle, MadiemiTille, Murgsnilcld, (irorgemnn Ky ,1 Clsrksrillc. Tcnn. high-steppin- g ... PAINT It to the HoiiH) what ! three-year-o- ld CLOTHING I .to thu Man. A coat of nice Paint will add ns much lo tho aiipearaura of your dwelling h a Now Suit will rt.lil to yours. Wo null thu Itest llramli of two-thir- Paints, Lends And Oils. Oorue to See Ut. Penny's Drug Store. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. The painting cam Is here. We wish lo call your attention to the fact that wo keep the lleat Heady Mixed l'alnts, Oil, VuruUbc, Brushes, Ac, lu thu market. c.r. TOILET ARTICLES &c , is complete, ! Our line of Toilet Articles, such a Tooth llruaht'R. Hair Ilrushet, Conibt, Soaps ' und ot the very best unllty. carefully compounded from thu Purest and Ilest drugs ub ' PRESCRIPTIONS Inahtu Prices rcawnalilu. We solicit your patronage. CRAtG u & HOCKER. n o o o o o q O oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 1 o o o o O O nhni-nnmn- nl White Lead, Linseed Oil, . Heady Mixed 1'hIiiw for ull I'uriHises, g o o o o u Wall Paper and Alabastine SoM for Hi. LOWEST OASli rdevf. O W. B. McROBBRTS. Cypress Shingles oooooooooooonoooooohonoooooooooonn'n o ACSIHE,! Metal Roofing. i?l. ( Iron Fence. STANFORD, KT.', Mill Work. I ... f: T. D. Newland I up after a long Wantkd good country hams, OtVENBIlono watrons. best made, for Illness, & Cartor. alo by Heazloy h Carter. Mns, WlM. Sevf.iiaNCR returned s thli rnornlnir Iromn visit to Mr. and Hooks and supplies for tho public Five bushels of chicken feed for tl YOU at J. H. Haughman It Co's mil. Stanford, Kv., July ii, 1803 Mr. a. H. Sovcranco t Honderson- - schools at W. H. McRobcrts'. . u. vine, JULY 1st la past, come and sottlovour This Linen Suit 7 I got It at James Frye's He has cut the price' on Foil HUNT. Stnrn room on Mnln Missks.Mamiband Annik IIiatt, I these IS Suits to fJ.50. Ho has some E. C. Walton, Business Manaof.ii. Mary Traylor and Kmmctt Traylor and account; ncod the monoy. Mrs, Kate Street In Inteuioii JounNALbulldlng. s Dudderar. J. K. Novlus formed a party to CincinTub TwIco-a-WciNTEmoit Joun-NAHaiiuain. Ladles' second-han- d bl Is only $1 a year cash. Itemember Soda Wateii, Ico cold, pure and nati Sunday. JuikjkR I Jacoiis, of Dnnvlllo, cycle, nlmost good as now; 22 Inch that. most refreshing at Penny's Drug Store. Yes and ho Is who was so greatly benefited by tho frame Hlgglnsfc McKlnncy. TllK boil materials coinblncil with NEW wash goods Including lawns, Closing Out His Straw And Linen Hats care, kilt and accuracy Iniuro good Michigan resort, latt year, ha'n gono TllK salo of William Gooch's effects pluucs, linen, etc., nt 1 off regular results. No uthor methods aro over with hit wlfo to enjoy them again. And gives you a chanco on that fine Sowing Machlno wllh ovefy $1 will begin ut 0 o'clock tomot row, Wed- price. Soveronco tc Sons. used In our prescription work. I'enny't Hit. K. C. Dicif, of tho Kocley cure, worth you buy. That's tho place to trade, Sure. Drugstore. hero vcterday. Unllko most re nesday morning. Don't fall to attend. TllKltK Is soni3 dissatisfaction In tho publican ho doesn't seem to think that Tin: Hustonvlllo Pair Co., will, pay tho county over tho democratic llckot, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SSIP. Taylor Is tho greatest man lu Kentucky, Si,uu in premiums nt its exhibition to but it Is rapidly wearing off. -. INVITATIONS nro out for tho marri MltiJ. A LICK Lyti.k Is visiting In bo held July 20 and tho noxtlwo days. I. A. O. Kastland's buggy horso got age of Mits Lono, tho pretty daughllarrodsburg. Miss AnnkSiiankb has been very ter of Col. A. N, Huntley, of Living- - To PaIIMKUS. I will buy your wheat on a tear tho other day and tore up tho ston, to 11. Absalom Sparks, of that at market prlco, to bo delivered at buggy. Ho got loose from from a trco sick forraverulduy. n Morelnnd or McKlnncy. D S. Carpen to which ho was hitched. III place, on tho 2.1th. KftTI I.I. CAltTK.lt. who FitANK IIoltzclaw for so long, Is out ngntu. ent Sunday In tcr, Hustonvlllu. Death. John M. Martin, brother of Mits. Kl.lZA 1'OltTMAN wont to Crab Covington and w hllc thcro was told by Tin: J, M. Cook place ut Hustonvlllc Mr. J. T. Martin, of tho Turnersvlllo a friend that over 150 republicans In was bought Orchard Springs ycstcrJay. yesterday by Mrs Ella P, section, died suddenly near Ash Grove, IIUSTONVIIXK, KY. C. C. OOOCH und wife, of Waynes that city had gone Into an agreement Hose for ti.UW. Hcsldes tho residence Mo. A wlfo and olght children surto vote und work for Mr. Gocbal. burg, wcro hero yesterday. vive. there are 10 acres of land. MihsSaiiaII HacoiimaN Is visiting Jahks C. Coi'I.tkk and V. M. My. . or, of Cntoy, who attended court yes OirrriNCJ it Hbauv. Hon. J. N. Tin: stockholders ol the Cumbcrlund Tf Miss Cyrcna Dunn at Dam-IliaMusic by Saxton'i Celebrated Hand. Mihs IIi'.i.un IIoitTON, of St. Joseph, terday, told us thut tho democrats In Saunders Is having the Varnun proper- Volley Lund Co., will meet at tho First Mo., Is vIsltlng'.Mrs. K. II. l.ognn. wcro feeling good to ty that ho recently purchased, remod- National Hank hero July ID at 10 o'clock their sections In Misrt Mahv CjAltNinT, of Cau City, ward tho ticket and were ulrcady lay eled by Contractor A. C. Sino.who will to elect, directors and uttend to other inako a beauty of It. Is with her sister, Mrs. Joo S. Klco. business. ing their plans to win with It. Juikik II. O. Williams, of Mt. VerNo CoitN. After u trip through Louis McCLANAHAN und other enerLOCAL HAPPENINGS. non, was down to see his fair uharmur. getic colored people of the West Knd Hoyle. Mercer, Jessamine, Madison and Lihrrnl Prcndums In all Kings. Miss Josmuiink Sandilhji:, of the Link of fresh cakes nl Wurrcn & nro making arrangements for a fair to Garrurd, F.ldcr Joseph Hallou fays he Knd, Is with Miss Ophulla ChanJAS. P. HARPER, President; West W. D. HOOKER, Secretary; bo held on the grounds ut Huttonvlllo has novcr scon a wore prospect for Shanks'. cellor. J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. a short whllu ufter the white people corn than at present. Attiinii great clearance nt Sever- Alms OI.L1K llALI)U'IN,of Utohmond, hold their exhibition and If Louis Is Is vUltltir her sister, Mrs. W. ll. unco x Sone. ACCIUKNT. Mrs. m"" president of tho enterprise sue-c- e who Is a daughter of Prank L'awronce, Shanks. SHas Andersor, Qukbnswaiii: at reduced prices ut is ussurcd. l). K. I). I'ltooTOit. of Louisville, Heazloy A Curler's. fell down a flight of stops tho other Ci. Carspent Mcrl days with Ur. J. M.MtK Poem The mare belonging day and besides cutting her face badly penter. Mason's Jars und Jelly glasses, uhtrnp ut Iloaley Uros., which wns stolon out broko her Juw bone. Dr. O'Hannon Mil. A. K. OinTWjuLr.lt, of Loult-vlll- at Heazluy ,t Carter's. of Mr. Minks' stable ut Moreland was sent for and has his patient doing This is now the most tip Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been re will visit pretty MUs Annlu Hollo Thursday night, was well. cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lcnse.; tho new discovery In optical It your hogs aro not healthy try tho plko near Sholby found grating on Woods this week. City Friday afterThe county court yesterday probat- science I wish to say to ttie Ladies that Mil. W. O. Laciciiy of St. Loulr.Mc, some Safe Hog Cholera Cure. Craig & noon by George H. Prullt.of Moroland. Hockcr. ed tho will of J. It. McClnry, which aparrived yet torday to visit his father, who nsks us to say that It wus a mistuke points J. C. McCiary executor without Hon. (1. A. Lackey. LosT. Pair of gold scetncles, ono about the mnro being taken from his Just received a large stock of the very of French-bur- g, tnd. and divides his estate equally Miss Mahv Hkllwaiii:, oje out, on street to iiort'OMco. Mrs. stable, a ho uses csieclul precaution ttinons.' his children. Hov. A. M. Lam-ic- rt who hax been with Mrs. II. It. M. K. Welch. with stoek loft In his care The brldh-anwusgUon the rlghi to folemnlzo Mills, wetit homu Saturday. blanket, uUo stolon, wore found In r) Dit.MN tiling ut prices that farmers a fence corner ! JaMIW Aimcin'h, of Wellington City, not far distunl. Janus matrimony. Tho other business was routine. .V was tho guol of Mr. and Mrs. Sain can ulford to uo It. Call on Hlgglns Patterns never sold In this locality hoforo have to bo feen to bo appreciated. SuitHoazley made u tour of Casey county McKlnncy. . able for framing from tLc simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings- Ilultn, In tho Turnersvlllo section. huntlnir bcrnnd spent n considerable How's Tuisy-Du- vo Uurton, of moulding specially suitable for Miss Viiuiima Uoiilsson, of LouisHighland, tells us that his wlfo has a Among the lot is Iho New French "Fleur-De-LiWKwllletoro jour wheat cheaper sum telephoning and telegraphing. ville, who has bcor. visiting Miss Mary than you can white legorn hen which has laid every delicate pictures, Kmbroidcred Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ro. handle It at homu. J. II. Mcllobcrts, went hoipo Satunlay. Dr.ci:ivi:D.CouncIlman H. P. Hout day this year, through tho cold spell quire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo Haughman .t Co. Miss Pattii: McTiiKitsoNlsupfrom tells us ho was deceived into voting for and all, and that ull of her eggs thot will gave ou money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Offlcc, Danville, Ky. Louisville to sea her mother, Mrs. TllK Hustonvlllo fair oilers $.10 for reducing the town boundury. Lawyers have been broken havo had two yollows-Sh- o Hettlo Mol'horson, ut tho Infirmary. the fanciest turnout tho most liberal and those Interested explained to tho is still laying nod shows no IncliMissSusikLaslky, depot agent at ever given by any fair In that ring. council that tho vote of tho body was a nation whatever to set. South Park, spent Sunday afternoon liruiiiumary step 10 givo tho pcoplo a iIMIlF.lt L.AND WANTKI). Any ono chanco to protest, If McKiNNhY. If u republican Is to bo with her mother, Mrs. Annlo Lnsloy. they saw lit to do having timber or timber land for sale so, Miss Hkckik HitUMmrrr has securthat the action of tho body was not treasurer of Kentucky, thcro Is hnrdly ed tho public school In District No. 41, will hear of a purchaser by consulting final, and as he was perfectly willing another that wo would rather sco hon ricaasnl Point, and will open It on the A C. Sine, Stanford, Ky. that the question should bo decided by ored over Mr. A. A. .AeKlnney, tho excellent assistant cashier of tho First 17th. TllK various booth privileges of tho thoso most Interested ho voted for the National Bank. He Is fully competent Mits. Moody Hakims and children proposition. Ho Is sutlslled for the July -- 0 three days Hustonvlllo fair l, and Miss Lou Graham, of Lancaster, will bo sold boundary to remain as It Is and will, at una wouia make a most creditable at auction ut Hustonvlllc but unfortunately for him and his wcro tho guests of Mctdatncs Will and the next meeting move a reconsider' at 2 I. M. Saturday, July 15. Necloy Stone. atlon o( the matter, as ho can do, hav party they aro not in It thts'ycar. TllK Mt. Vernon Signal pays a high TllK tax books aro now ready and ing voted In the ulllrinatlvo. No one His tribute toMr. M. C. Williams and fam- your taxes are due. Make ll a point to who know Mr. Hout believes for an Hlshop, Fihst Dime. Mr. Columbua of ily, who havo recently moved hero co mo prepared to pay at July court as Instant that ho was actuated by per- Is S7 years tho Shelby City section, who old aud worth something J from that place. my time Is limited. Sam M. Owens, sonal considerations. He was, as he less than a million, hias the llrst dlmo U. S. TltAYLOit and wife, Allen ShorllT. a lys, deceived and intends to set himf ho over raudo and ho very naturally Travlor and wife, W. H. Traylor, Win. prizes It highly. Ho curned it dropLawks Pkkk. Ladles should re self right. went, to Hamilton and Prank Hottzclaw memoer thut they will bo admitted JL'IXIK IlltECJCINItlDOK OPENS Till! ping corn on tho Eph Bishop farm In Cincinnati Sunday. freo the first day of tho Hnttonvllle Pulaski, 11 miles from Somerset, somo CANVASS. MissCiitACR Ht'LLAItt), of Springfair July 20 and that they are cordial Without announcement save what we 43 years ago and It has proven a most field, 111., wtio old Hachelor P. K. Trialy Invited. to him. could give by tho word of mouth. Judge excellent ble, lolls us Is tho rettlest woman In -. It. J. Urccklnrldgo opened his canvuss Is visiting the Misses Pul-llaSNAKK8. David Uurton, of High ALEXANDEH. that State, Of consumption after for , land, Kineu a cow snake wmch was II Is the Slate ticket hero yesterday a long Illness, Mrs. Mury P. Alexander son, Morrison Hreckinrldge, tele' passed Mits. S. P. Staoo, Mrs. Annlo eight feet long tho other day. Uriah peacefully uwuy ut 2 a. m. SunMUoes l(eteccu Soonamureand Albright killed a rattlesnake wlta 11 phoned us Friday morning that ho day. A member of the Baptist church would speak here, but unfortunatoly Florence Heck and and Orland Heck rattles and u button In tho same seculmot from Infancy, she wus u most tno message came alter wo went to excellent christian woman nttendedtho camp meeting at tion. and a most press. Ho started by saying that' as deserving ono. Sho was conscious up TllK London Kcho says that Judge Mr. Walton, of the iNTKltioit Jouu- - to tho very I'ltOK. K. L. OitUIHiS writes that lit last and to her only child, was unanimously elected principal of T. L. Shelton, of Rowland, has bought NAL, had llrsl put tho bee In his bon MUs Fmellno Alexander, she talked of tho Shelby City public school to begin of William Fields, tho Klgbl Gables net to run for attorney general and the her approaching dissolution and exJuly 311. MUs Jennlo Pox waschoscn Hotel at Livingston for (7,&0U, but tho licopio ui uincoin nau so iieariny en horted her to live o us to meet her, juilgu, ho ought to know, says It Is a dorsed his candidacy, ho wunted to assistant. whero thcro is no raoro parting und no coma hero first und return his thanks more Miss Mauy Titr.KS, of Manila, Phil- mistake. death. Yesterday afternoon ufter to him and them. Then ho paid a a short service ut her ippines, Is visiting tho MUtcs Logau. lato homo by TllK Somerset papers speak of bar- grand tribute to tho head of tho ticket. MUs Trees was ut homo on that mem- ring tho bluo-gru- ss section from their Ho had known Senator Goebcl for Hov. J. II. Crouch, sorrowing relatives demolorable day lu Muy when Duwuy und friends followed tho remains to proposed fair. Docs this mean that u years und hud found him to bo tho soul HulTulo Springs Cemetory ished Montojo's Meet. und consignfellow who lives In tho blue-gracounMessiis. M.C. SAUKLKVand It. C. ties can't come, oven if he promises to of honor und honesty and tho peer of ed them to tho earth. uny man in the Stuto us u lawyer and Warren will go to Russell Springs to bo real good? How about ll any how? us a man. How well ho stands at homo With referenco to tho reduction of day for a few weeks' stay. Whllo tbcru Mr. Warren will muku u speech or so Ik you want to make yourself think shown In tho fuel thai his people tho town boundary, City Attorney Var-nowho says he has taken no hand In you aro a man of prominence, write to havo throe times in succession elected for tho dumocrallu ticket. Die. A. S. PitiCK, who bus been sick tho Louisville Dispatch thut you will him Stuto Senator und also mado him tho matter, states that tho loss of taxes for scverul days, went over to his not supH)rt hunator uoebel lor gov- their representative In tho constitu by it will be, according to bis calcula" mother's In Garrard to recuperate yes- - ernor' und thut paper tional conenllofl. How u man stands tion, but $2b7.S0 and not 500 or $(S0O,us terduv. Hu will not bo In his otllco will publish you us fur und wldo us It at homu Is tho way to Judge of him and given us by an olllclul. This Is at tho Look at these Prices; Come and See the Goods. Senator Goebel has shown how lil.'h his low assessment that has been agreed goes. ugaln for two or three weeks. people hold him in their estimation. In on for farming lunds, $30 un aero being Mits. Mauy Huiicii has returned Body Fxhumku. Miss Lutlo Phelps regard to tho trickery and other means tho highest, and docs not take into confrom u visit to her sister, Miss Ituchcl We have just returned from tho cities whero wo secured some splenLuxtnglon. Llttlo Miss who died last week ut her homo near resorted to In tho convention, tho ro sideration tho fact that tho taxes of tho AHUon, ut did bargains: Pwell, wus burled tho following day ports aro oxugerutea. Tuero was no excluded men will bo materially inMurv. who had been with her aunt for Past colored Lawns at only 4c and 5s. Two days later her sister, Miss Lizzie more than is customary In such conven creased by tho decision of tho supremo a month or two, ulso returned. 10c Pino Organdies at only 7c. Ho did u llttlo trading himself, court that tho holder must pay on tho STKWAItT, of Toledo, O., Pholps, arrived from Tennessee and tions. ClIAltLKS 15c Pino Corded ellects at only 10c. und Mrs. Nunoy Proctor, of Ml. Ver at tier request inu uouy was taken up by gutting tho other fellows to vote for stock In National banks that ho owns 0c and 25c Pino wash goods in a variety of now weaves at 10c. non, uro L'ucsts ut II. P. Martin's ut thai she might sco her sister once him on tho promise of helping their and not the banks themselves. Nearly Now Linens and Coverls for Skirts at 5o to 19c. has Just return more, and in a short whllo It wus re frlendi'fc which ho did. Uo endorsed tho all tho men aro rich and own lurgo llowlunih Mr. Martin New While I'ujue-- ldc to 20c. platform and stated that there was no amounts of such stock, which thev ed from business trip to Columbus, O. Interred. lL'Jc Percales a 10c, reason for tho hue and cry against tho will suvo from town tax if tho action of W. HAUOiiMANlCftSaturday Mits. J. IT Is rurolbut in this locality In mid- Wehavejutt lepleuithed our stock on Goebcl bill. Hut, even If ll wero us tho council Is permitted to stund. Tho j for Flemlngsourg, whero sho went to sumer thai ono has to get up und udd attend tho marrlugo of her relative, blankets to a usually sulllelont supply Indefensible us Its enemies say, tho way Btutemcnt Is mado that by reducing tho. Miss Fumiio Dooil'ig, who visited her of bed cover, but such wus the delight to gut rid of It Is not by votlug for (ho boundury tho town will suvu tho keep-- 1 hero lust year. Tho fortunate gontlo-mu- ful oxperienco Saturday night. It was lupublicuus, who never repealed u in repair of -- J miles of turnpikes upd. Reduction in all departAnd (hey will go at above I tod need Prices. flvo bridges, besides making tho Wu their history. Is Mr. W. It. Ltiiuun. juslllko tho glorious nights In the meuti luw In endorsed Dig Shirt Saie. See thoyj fl Silk Bosom Shirts at only 5'Jc. ments Ho ulso tho other bills, ter Works Co. lose tho pay of two plugs will entertain Northwest now und tho weather Sun JjMiss PaNNIK Siiankb ' at "Tho Ouks," tho homo 01 ner urom day wus ulso such us to make u man which ho thought should and would bo or 4D0 u year, but under tho Increased St. passed by tho next Lcglsluturu with assessment, tho town cun keep tho pikes Mr. W. II. Shanks, on tho evening glad that hu Is living. er, somo Improvements, reulllrmed his al- and bridges lu repair and contract with " of tho llllh, In honor of Misses Wood-soWK do not know that there Is any legiance to tho Chicago platform, do tho Water Works too und havo monoy of Kuusas City, and Haldwln, of Wo buo no et- for other expenses. 1 1. ...Ill lui il lltllU.l n.irtV." lukewurmness lu the democratic county uouticcd the war as present prosecuted 1.1. .1 Dun- committee towards tho ticket, but If lu tho Philippines, deplored militarism pcelal Interest In tho matter, but woi Mi:ssits. Louan and Josiu-A WOHD TO TIIK PATHONS OP Is u single member who Is not both lu Kentucky und National utlutrs rogaru mo uunamuout oi tno town a liAH, of Itiibsell county, aro guests of there of bcurt und soul for ll and Is unwilling to und closed with uti eloquent uppcal to limits as entirely unnecessary for. tho their brother, Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of town und unfortunate that tho Hubblo bcctlon. They belong to a spread himself to the end that It may democrats to stund by their colors und good tho madu upon tho heels of fumlly ol U living children, tho young-es- t curry the county, ho ought to step dowu vote tho ticket from top to bottom. The It should bo UO, uro nine and out, for he will bo made to do so if judge is u line speaker, a man of force the Natlunul census. Besides if fulr- Thcro of whom is pust Tuition Hills, please call Mrs, San Hey at tho ColIs tho object, straight lines If you have uot alfeady Paid your boys In the family and ull aio six feet il Is found out. Wo want uo sulkers und Intellect uud will muko hundreds of ncts alono Wo aro lu pressing need of money, ulmiilil lin. fnn nnil nnt. ylf ?. ti IrAmi as soon as convenient aud pay the amount. I . ..,, v nwvi .... w or half hearted pcoplo at tho bead of votes for tho partv overy whero bis uwm.m und over; tho tullcst being nearly I certain pcoplo from paying tuxes. WILLIAM SHELTON, FrcHldcut. silver volco 1 beard. tho party organization. feet. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - in WHERE DID GET IT ? i ok L Nice Crash Suits For $2. hi JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. has-bee- The Hustonville Fair, Three Days, Commecing July 26. $1,500.00 Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. o, s THESE LENSES FLATTER. Liatest Designs JYlouldirjgs m olll-cla- None Better i Few As Good. This is what we have to say about our luck-plcc- o 1- I.IM m. Mc-Cla- ry, Ladies' Aid Wil-mor- e. New Styles in PATENT LEATHER just in. See them. U FINE MS. JOHN P. JONES. ss Big Drop In Prices On Summer Goods. n, p I i 11 SEASONABLE GOODS. u, SEVERANCE SONS. -.- a Stanford Female College. 0' WW ' THE INTERIOR-JOURNA- MtDILBWt6. Owing to his enfooblcd condition, W. V. KocDcy haa boon compelled to bis plnco In tho band. Tho LouIstIIIo Dispatch eooms to bo ro-si- KINGSVILLB. lumbor is being A vast quantity shipped from this point at present. Tho salo, lately, of parlor organs In our town and vicinity hasbcon phenomenal, Thcro Is a gonoral thanksgiving among us for tho splendid rain wo had yesterday. A fine show is exhibiting hero now slack-wiwalking, slelght-of-han- d, &o. and Is being well patronized by old and young. Mrs. Ball, ol Lexington, and her daughter, Mrs. Dolla Maher, or L.UU low, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. James McCarty. Mrs. James Roy an J son, of Frankfort, aro spending tho summer months at their country scat tn this place. G. A. Walter & Bro. havo rcraovca recently their goods to the storc-hous- o vacated by P. M. Vest. This firm Is now doing a very flourishing busluess, necessitating tho employment of E. W. Crolghton as salesman and Mrs. Daisy Baker as book keeper. Klngsvlllc Is now enjoying a pleasant calm after tho exciting events attend ing tho celebration of the "Glorious Fourth." While our town itself did not engage in any celebration, our cltl zons, very generally, attended tho various picnics within easy reach, and our town wns well represented at your splendid glorification in Stanlord. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Ulneon, mo latter adauchterof Mrs. Beitlo Pennyback er, of this place, now residents of Somerset, were presented on tho 4th with a bouncing 10 pound, free and independ cnt boy. Miss Annio McKeo will teach a school in Bourbon county this coming season. Mr. North, our new depot neurit, son of our legislator, Is making himself very popular with our business men, alto with tho young ladles. of re SUPER YEAR CASH jan Wh.n not aoDaidma.OS will be charged. ifflifofl time an ' losing ground hero, though thoCouricr Journal Is not paining by It. J. C. Coulter shipped a car load of. lambs Tuesday for which ho paid 4!o. Our bustling huckster, Arch Austin, Is paying 8c jwr pound for chickens and "c for CRRS. J. C. Lay, rep., says Goobol will bo governor regardless of a majority against him at tho polls. So according say so wo will havo to tho Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho Wt Heal rsMtuM aai So ill Xlnoi ef SI Joim Chesapeaka ft Ohio bat mado a ralo of tjtU lejalrlng . d faro on the ccrtlu THE DaKYIMJS Cra.KCO., DAN VII.LK, KY ono and Mo lilt Third 61. calo plan to Atlantic City for thomcet. in- I ing oi mo American uomcopnuuu stltuto which meets tbora Juno lutn to ETEI.VH TARDIP, 2ltb. Tho C. .tO has through sleepThe SenmBtreaa. ers to Philadelphia and Now York and without change Bo sure your tlcko lain and I'a.hlonable Sewing. (Jutting St. Water Works reads via tho Chosapcaka & Ohio Ry. Itllng Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, LexGOOD FARM FOR SALL. ington, Ky. one-thir- II. Camlcwah, IlHKKI.NRItMIt AnTiirnH. Lakoiiav, CAII.WAH. ROYAL a8llty INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Ltvcrp""1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 8 Arrrlvesst Stanford at 1 to A. M. 2. 1 a Slinfont at No. 4 NT.ai Arrives at Rowland at I2:M dat. 3 t Learea Stinfotd No. W knoxvilledIvision. 1 No. 2 Train going No. M ' Nrtn South 1J o p m o.tt " o.H " " .N6ipro ,12J5lkm 2ii am For allll'olnts. .BO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. IIAGOAUE CHECKED TI1R0UQII. J"or any Inforuntion enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky, FRANKFOHT AND CINCINNATI. Tralni leare Frankfort at 7 a. v. and S: 10 P. v., onnectlng at (leorgetown with ,. C. and reaching rarl. at 40 A. w. and 5: 10 r. . Ult. Paris n George-towat Y.li a. m and S:S0 P. wllh J A .,, and reaching Frankfort at 9:15 A. . and :lj p,-.,Ninrr0Ni A. 0. r. A. a QUEEN No. Sooth No. 8 " No. 8 " " No. Noa. 1 and & CRESCENT. action Citr M follows: I North......4 9 and 10 run i Tralna pass ..12 J n m No. 1180 m S ther than JuDctionCltjr. do not stop. .0Jpni "10 MMain "4 " " S " ......lSlpni no fur- llpn 48 a m ...0Om RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. The Mecca of America's reports has been proclaimed by all experienced tourlets to bo Northern Michigan. Tho climate through midsummer compares with Kentucky's best October day;tbe hotel accommodations appeal to iho most fastidious and afford an assortment to suit tho purso of any; tho scenery Is beyond comparo In both land and Alton talcing powders are the greatest water scape and amusements abound in menacers to health o! the present day. grca'. variety Including peerless sport nor, ww powota oa, wt vowa. for the angler. The Monon Route irom Loulsvlllo to Chlcaco In connection with tho superb steel steamer "Man! tou," from Chicago to Mackinac, Pe Bav View. Charlevoix nntl a Of Lexington, Ky. host of other resorts presents a novelty In transportation and makes tho outing Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. completely perfect. Tho expense ol this urin trip is no greater than all rail, We Pay While You Live. er particulars will bo furnished on re Old Line Companies Fay When Ton Lie. passes Mv orooertv has been insured for nuesttoE. II. Bacon, district eeracent, Monon Route, Louisville, several years In tho Kentucky Growers Over f 150,000 paid In llrlng UneflU. Ky Orer .M,uJU Kescrre and Surplni Insurance Company, written by John F. Lawwlll, agent for tho company. On II US US WEAREN, Local Agent,. Excursion to OldPoint Comfort, Va. Stanford. Ky. tho 25th of May my residence- was de O.. SMITIiywj MAN. Secy., Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has ar15 Islington, Ky. stroyed by firo (a total loss.) The loss ranged a series of excursions to Old was promptly adjusted by Mr John K, Point Comfort, Va.. during tho months Qaughmao, the Lincoln oonnty direct nf .liilr. AumiBtand September. Theso or for the company. The full amount excursions will bo run on tho second of my policy (1,500) has been this day and fourth Tuesdays In each month. WWW!MO paid by tho general manager. Tho tickets will bo good on tho regular This Insurance has cost me fully 40 trains and will bo limited to 21 days. por cent, less than by any other sys- The rate will bo 15 for the round trip. tem. The adjustment and settlement Persons desiring to go should 6end in of same has been perfectly satisfactory their names (or sleeping car space and and all done by home people. statu on which train thoy will want W For cheapnebs and reliability I heart go. Any Information cheerfully furily endorse and recommend the com- nished on application to any agent, or G. S. SlIELHY. pany. to G. W. Barney, dlv. pass. ngent.Lox- This July 0th 1809. Ington, Ky. UMMHIHl The Ky. Growers Insurance Co. InMonon Route, Steamer "Manltou" to sures detached property against loss or Poloskey, Charlevoix, Hardamage by Bre, lightning or wind. The Mackinac, bor Springs, Bay View, eto. Tho trip policy holder gels protection at cost, equal; safe and superb having to pay only tho losse and ex- is without an steamer. Tickets returning dl'ect or plan. penses on tho Huron and Detroit. Side trips For further Information apply to J. yla Lake Lako Superior. Write E. II. through A. Baugbman, liustoavlllo, or John F. district passenger ugont, LoulsThe Favorite Lino Lawwlll, Shelby City, authorized agts. Bacon, vlllo, Ky. of the company, or address A. L. Chris-maSTOUVOKASLAVF. gcnaral manager, No. 50, East - tuMin.l liattitl and foot fur tn by the Short Street, Lexington, Ky. TO form chali..ofdl.ear lath, worn ....v.. ,ot .law .Ceo. l. WlUUmt.oi aiancue.irr, aay.. ..... ..v. ...... "My le haj free lie HUBBLE. aalafeaania.l for life " ,,M' "1!1 uot, )e lumorer In bed alone. After u.lng two bottle, of James Rogers has been on the hick Kllrlclllture,ibl. aouderfully Improved and Trains Morning anil Kvoning from Un" THU mpieuie remedy .bio to do her own wurlc list for some days. ion Station, 10th and Ilroadway. for female dlieawa quickly cure, iienou.uen, neaaacne, ic.ciie, Tom Gooch, of McKlnncy, was hero .lecplewueu. melanilioiy, T!ii.i- . . . .....li- Wsscngers desiring information and k, Icklr. runwi. looking for a small farm. Kubanks iurili.Se.tPlii to rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, , -vjuimu i4j'ie, r.Tery imi l)rn')Ut iw and poiuts in tlio far West, including Cal- Bros bold their export cattle toMontle hold hj reuiiy, the -T ifornia, should addrtDS Fox, weighing 1,487 iwuods.nt-- 87, . S. Dunbar bold his corn to Dolph IMca at Frank J. Kced, Gen. l'ass. Agt , K. II. Hacou, Dis. 1'ass. Agl. $2 at tho jon a few jays ugo. T C. Rankin bought bo mo feeding hogs of W.H. McUoel, Vlccl'res. & Gen. Mgr. D. N. I'rewltt at 3.3S. Charles II. Hock well Traffic Mgr, Mrs. Walter Watts, who lives near here, was standing near tho cooking stovo washing dUbcs Friday, when lightning struck the chlmnoy and THE knocked ber lifeless forsotnii tlmo. Sho at last showed signs of life and Dr. Central Holiness Camp. Wllmore, SODTH'S GEEITE8T SYSTEM. Lewis was at onco sent for and at this July 8th to lOtb. Tickets will bo soiu writing it ib thought sho will get over via tbo Quoon & Crescent uouio juiy 7 to 15 from all stations, Dry IUdgo to tho stroke. I'F.NETHATF.b Somerset Includ6d, at 11 faro for tho RKMAHKAlil.K UCSCLl-M- rt Good to July 18th. Seo GREAT STATES EIGHT Michael Curtain, rialnficld. 111., waVai the round trip. ststeiueat that she caught cold, wbkh tattled ou agents for particulars. waa treated fur a mouth by her Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia her lung., lb. phvdtliu.but grew worae. lie told her aha North and South (,'urollua, Horso show, fair and (.carnival, Lex- waa a bop lets victim of consumption, and that liu Alabama, Mississippi. luwllrlua cvuldc.ro her. Her uruggl.l ukkhUI Inpton, Aug. tw2. Uw ruics via ijuuuu h Dr. King a New DUcomy (or Cunuiuitiuu, jwlnts la delight bought a Sleeping Cars batentted botllaaud to berdoM aha kiuuj herwlf & Crescent touto from2, all to re (ruiu tho flrtt toullaued lie Kentucky dally Aug. good UMaad after taking all buttle,touiid beraell touud and welll now doee ber own bouewurk, aud li turn tho 11th Inst. Greatest show LexBetween Ioulavllle and the South, wellaa.heeiar wn. Ire trial bottle of tbU fall to attJreat Hlwoteryal l'enuv'. Drugstore. Only 10 ington bas ever had. Don't tvhla aud tl.uo, Hery bottle guarantied. tend. Amploroom for all excursionTHREE DAILY TKAINM Barry Turner, a , . Harlan ists. Bach way between Louisville and Leilugton citizen, and tho last survivor of A girl babo, weight 12 pounds, was tho W. A. TURK, O. I. A., Turner brothers, of feudal fume, was born to Mrs. Bud 'iaoner, near rruu Waablngtoq. U. O. run over and killed by a train between Hill. Christian county. The llttlo one 11. TAYLOE. A. 0, I'. A. W. ' baa 12 toes and 13 fingers. Louisville. Kj Ilagan aud Norton, Va. Safeguards the food against alum. a democratic governor anyway. Kd Lord and Joo Epinstandor bad a kind of 4th of July picnic at Grovo Tuesday. Tho principal amusement wns tripping tho light fantastic. Strango to say good order provailcd. Mrs. Walter Gooch and Miss Uolllos-wortof Now Augusta, Ind., aro hero visiting tho family of Wm. Sharp. A. G Fuller and wife, of Orlando, Fla., arrived Wednesday and will mako this their luturo homo. Misses llattlo and Eflle Burks, of Cincinnati, aro visiting Miss Helen Sharp at Yosemlte John Wcsloy, who cut his leg very badly soma two weeks ago, is ablo to le out on crutches. I am sorry to learn that a few democrats in this section will not voto for Gocbol at all whilo qui to a number will do so with a great deal of reluctance. I acknowledge to some disappointment, but I am too old to kick out of iho party traces and will stick to tho tick ot, as I have always done, and this Is tho duty of uvery democrat who took anv nart whatever In tho county or State conventions. Goobel may havo some faults and ho would bo moro than mortal if ho bad nono, and a democrat with his slicht faults Is much better thun a republican without any, cspc dally when politics Is considered. Tho Indian Creek people celebrated the Fourth at South Fork Trestle There was no special program for tho day, but Mack Jones was made master of ceremonies and did his part well. Tho party was joined by Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, M. D. Toombs and wlfo, of that section, and Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lowder, of McKlnncy. Plenty cold sulphur water, for which that country Is famous, was close at band and every thine went merry until noon, when a bountiful dinner was spread and enjoy ed. Several trains passed over the trestle during the day and was quite Interesting to the children to see them on tho bleb, structure. Mrs. Will Jones deserves especial mention for her kind ness In furnishing the ladles with strong coffee and saved them tho head ache, which otherwise would have been Inevitable. A GOOD COMPANY. b, I.areeat I'lre Insurance Company In the Epworth leaguo convention, World. Ixicated near Turoersvlllo and coutalnltg Tho O. H. tt .10 Acre., Known place. Intl., July 3. the Kruger dwellings, la well waterD. Ry. will mako a rata of ono faro for Has on It two good Barbee & ed, under good fence and the land la In a good going July tbo round-triWill aril privatehigh alnto of cultivation. Managers Southern Department. good returning to and Including July ly. 8. M. OWKN9, A0X.it, (M) 24. By depositing f0 cents with joint General Ofllcers. Columbia llulldlng. (3l) Ky agent, tickets may bo extended to und S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., including Aug. 20. Seo C. II. Sc I). W. agents for Information. Lancaster, Ky. India-napolle, 20-2- Castleman, p, 10-2- 1, Uuls-Isvlll- e. , m Hind., Chilblain., lkvt 111a cure oa earth. Drlreaout I'alna and Athe. OnlyUcta. a boi. Lure guaranteed, iwld by Penny tha lrugglt. VULCANIC r.UUITIOSS Are grand, but Sktn Eruption, rob life of loy IliKklen'a Arnica alf core, them al Old, Running and 1'efer Sore., fleer., ItolL. Kloo(. Corn(. Wart.. CnU. llrulM.. Hum., hcabla, (.happed Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vltallrr d Air. I I'hyalclan In attendIlulldlng. 7 - Mill? Offlce In the New Thompson Six members ol tho family of Wm. 1'HYSIOIAN AND DKUGOIST, Richard, ull but ono of tbo ontlro famiBig Four pataon-ge- r MCKlNNItY, - KlCNTUOKY. ly, were killed by a train at a crossing near Columbus, O. Tho remaining member was badly 1'reacrlptlona Carefully ComWunded pay or DR. M. L. LOWDER, I would like to take option, on good farm, la Lincoln Count. Kor terma and parllcu-- . WM. LANIiOHAI addrra. Krlger. Ky, 20 OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. m ! FARM FOR SALE QW TRADE. Injured. rinely Loeatsi Br!:fc Residence In lt:ntl- cello, Kentncxy, wita 57 acres c: "" i" Land well layrevci f:r Sale. The above properly I. known a the John Ctirli- , i. w man place an.i i. Thehou-- e e"titaln.s ruom, nue well ai aiicn.n new lee liMi-- e and all nec- door a gno.t orchard a ... .... n.w iwru, e.wry oull.iilldtng. Ilnrva and Jlulea .ultivatlnn rrMlr and the s Und In for anient all time . R a lai. ... - j fft niif inn nn .ir In., kj any rrawntlv d olv wha !. IbU wrwantM do Wfl! " rilf a ant it ...- LIVERY, FEED AND STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, constantly on band and B. G. FOX, SALE tiplendld farm oflW acres In Swulheasl Ksnsss Una Well lorale.1. 20 tulles from tha v. Ihleklf settled IHU Sell ...( onea.y terms or trale for farm In Onlrsl Can pay l,trt to Iti.'l dllteretiia la a Mlurl trade, (M) Adlresalt.il . hlstiford, Ky. ?. A. JONES, DENTIST, Slni.rorcl, Ky. ,i )mtly .e iinj( SU.N1MKR LAKE TOURS. RE- addralhv almr. mieiiiVM IVr Tain Ill ii""i Ik ltMKc In the ftL"u an. I .duihUI l.aP la .. II. .l It- -. W ttrnr of th puHIr an rxibaint lor flmir, meal Krrlinii.! . tatl .. 1 i lhaM la lit Tm. t. a. a MonUcwl. f.r lnilnr. 1 m pirtlcuUn f n Urui . aiP jaju :Mri.iA;ii.i. iiijniin. ..I.. I...J a . A. S. PRICE, "..! Surgeon Dentist, , (&3St tf taiiforcl, OfiMcrc Ky. HOW HEST TO REACH MICIIUJAN SORTS. We Itolwru Prug Stora In tha Ow.ley Administrator's Sale. Gooch, duccaavd, wo will on A n2 J. S. MURPHY, Ageal fr Ilia administrator of the eatato of William WctliicHdny, July xa, the hlghcat bidder tbla jwr.onal property of , to wit. tlKM-.tatv- At the late residence of ileculent on IlT Hirer In Lincoln countr, Ky.. about 0 milea mII at public auction to Kittof IS milt. cow. One bull. I) FIBE, '9 LIFE 5c Walter A. Wood Machlno Co., Twine And sIm ageal bribe Lowry Grass Binding A A.OOI3DEiTT INSURANCE. Oniy the best couipauies represented. !? Inquiries solicited It. U. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. tbe.p.ug (Rrrthe Un.l, It w.ithof whlsb win toss larssllt wotihof the regulsr kln.1. I also hsodla uacbi:;e surrLiss II AUOi&zrAiss. Ky. Call on lue and I will saia you ntooey. J .x.Ml'ltl'IIY.TutairsTltle, 0 cnttlo. yearling cattle, yeurlliig helfera. 4 head of boroea and marea, T aowa and a lot of ahoata, S7 feeding hog., 21 ewca and one buck, 10 21 J. T. SUTTON, Hoitonville, Undortukor, - tirv. h.irrrl. of corn In crlli. lotof (arming Implements, household and kitchen furniture, 2 Ccpper Still: Ani Worsts Ani 10 Uuh A lamlM. At. nit too Lincoln County National Bank. Capital blutkyf IW.OOO. Kentucky I Offers his serf Ires to tha wda ofWe.1 Utcota and Caasy rounllea. allsuxk of CuBnssnd Cask, staalwaysoa hand. 1). B. Terms. A credit of four ruontha on note with good aecurlty with Interval from date SuowawrtoTbeKarmertlUnk A Trurt Company .m.I ,..(.. mm.nm m.nmil.nt COntl&U- and payable in bank. So proerty to bo removed until tho term, of aalo are com ouily lor J Yearv plied with. llrrrir. W Ookii. Lilbchx Gixkii, W. O. Ooocii, Tali. Car(nur. Managsr. Mason Hotel MItS. U. D.aiMI-JTON- , - Administrators, Solioits Your Bank Aooount, UlUIXTUIIb ly Unsocial aud pleasant. 1'ior.. Lancntiter, t Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE OF A Hoping such business relations will prof a mutual. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendad l'ortcre table. SO meet all trains. Evtrjig first-clas- a. GARRARD m. CO. FARM. I will offer publicly, on the premises. Williams. J.J.j.D. (iw.tey, YOUR ACCOUNT gently requested to ! iiuirniu;, au) iuj aoit Tbo DR. REIO FARM, WlUUni (iuich, ar Is due and ready fur you, and you are ur- s'ltuated at Old l'alnt Lick, on the Richmond ort'icciu: and Lancaster pike, a mile front Lancaster and 2K miles from LouLrllle & Naahrlllo S. II. Shsnks. President;. depot. J, II. UWSI.y. Mliirri V l. llrlghl, The A. V. Carpenter, W. II. Cuiumlr.r, J. K l.ynn. ji.Bnsnas J. V. Cash, j. u. Owiity. r. Settle It At Onoe This means YOl' If otl owe me. ! J. Asst. Cashier. H. CHEER. Stanford. Ky. Fara Consists of 333 Acres, LOTJIBVELIil t CHICAGO. well l,n,irnvfl with rnnd nuw r(aldince. or chard aud all nect.ary outbuildings, auch curnngo-ti.m.- e. a olllcu In Ihujaru, amokc-nouIi,..Iiihi. A.? Also solL'iidld slatted double corn cribs capacltvof 100 barrels two tobarvu b.irm (one of which la hew), atock b'irn and tenant Iihumi. KLKOA.NT COMMUNITY within one hundred yurds of church, school bouse, post office and store. The farm will be oirerwl In two tracts 213 acre with tbo Improvements -- aid tracts divided by US ucrcs unlnijiroved tbo pike and then aa a whole, the bid or bids accepted which realize the greater sum, 150 uiT.M,if ktiiib land Ihu or six utiles distant will go with tbo faim. Mile win begin at it a. x. cull, balance TrnuH or Hu.c-Ono-t- blrd In one and twojeura with 0 iter cent Inter- - You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris I'rcd'a Kichauge In Wm. Daughcrty'a shop In Stanford anil get lu eschangu Flour and Meal. You can also buy Flour, Meal, llrau. Chicken Feed. Ac, cbeuper at CavlUl Stock 1100,000. Snrphi, I17.CS3 51 my place than unr where In town. A trial originally eatabllshed aa tha 1H- - Is alt I ask. I bellevu my exchange, will bu This Institution a good thing for farmers and I plolgo liberMy goods poalt Uank ol SUnford tn IMS, then reorganised aa al transactions and full weight. River Roller come from Duddcrnr' Dl the National Hank of Stanlord In 1U andagalo Mills aud are flrst.class. MORR1H FRCD. Telephone No. 6S. reorganlied aa tha First Natloual Hank ol Stanlord OK STANKOKD, KY. Hilp-stuff, eilal-enc- a In UsI, has had practically aa uninterrupted Is Utter supplied now wit. for si years. It facilities for transacting buslneaa promptly and lib. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Just Like a Mill. o.t T I). 1IUH1I, Auc'r. vv. i. i.r.it. iir.ii. Danville, Ivv H. C. RDPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Ky., erallytbanefcrUforaln Its long and honorable career. Acoouuta ol ludltkluals, aduclartee.flrint and lodlflduali solicited. DIMICTOat. J. W. Ilaydtu, htanfoid lUld, Mneola Oo. . t msmss ROUTE S.T. Harris, " S. Hocker, " W,l Walton " H. II. llaugbiuau, " T. P. Hill. W. ' Id RcccItImk IiIm HprliiK & H, D.EImore, Ml Colllnr.Crab Orch'd M. btanford, " A.Trlbblt, J. Miller, Mt.Vtruoo MuiMMatser GocxlH. Soultiern Railway Queen & Crescent 0. llocktr, President; J.J, McltoberU Cashltr, A A McKlnusv A.IstantCshler. .orricssi. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. TO FARMERS. m J.G.JylcCtyy fam-ll- Family Carriage beauty and comfort with couveuleuce, Is of our well made, easy ridotto ing and elegant Hurreys. It is unexcelled for workuiaiuliii. durability and comfort, aud will give moro satisfaction to general family use thau other carWo Hie Belling riage nude them Cheap and Fast. That combines Through furnished ury time. "j All kluusoi ruruiiuro ( klud of Harness ou want. Call ou 3 II, H. CAKrKNTf.li. ni'sTti.NTii.i.., iiT. Oliver Chilled I'lowaund Repairs. Malta Cultivators, host In the world. Heerlng Roll and Hall Hearing Hinders. Deerlug Roll aud Hall Hearing Mowers. Moyer Huckboarda und Hugglea. Garden Plows and Doublu rhotela. win inn- - market tirlcu for Wool. Facia well-kuo- B. K. Opp. Wearen & Son, Court-Hous- Stanford, Ky. tnd willing to pay top price In cash for Chlckeus, Kggs, Keuthera. Ducks, Ueeae, Turkeys, (lluseug. Tenow iux, urea iiax. uuu llldeaof all Kluus, voper. rusK, nun wool. ito.itf.. Also will bo In the uiurket for get uiy price beforo ellug, und Beo too aud et spot cash. Call at toy boudiiuarters, 'errln A Pence a umce, near netioi. piau " IWBIKW.N. ford, Ky, UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in niLElTISS, 3ADDLXI.T, dTANFOHD, KY. fcO., .J..