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J I m Tho protracted drouth of toveral A. C. lloblnson ,v son sold 70 extra John Mover, aged Si. and Mr. Lucy Christian church I ulldlngutCynthluna weok' duration wus brought to it close export emtio to Jake Yerke at fi cents. Granger, CO, were married at Simpson- uuwn (lour 01 rain weiinci- J wan uuinans i:ai, ami, ir you belong " " '" vlllo thin week. to cost 120,000. hower to tho Ian named class, abandon tho Dr. NVblUltt will go to Europe lor uaT evening. Another good Mr. Mary Darlan. 01, Miss Wllletto curbed habit at once, tpcclal historical studies, preparatory fell Friday. Vannrsdale, 22, nnd Mr. Sarnh K Homo much needed repair have late- I havu a letter from r. Hob Thomas, "5, died In Mercer. to writing a church hltlory. Mrs. Henry James, of Toledo. O, Tho latcH statistic of church mom- - )' "eon made on Middloburg Academy, Taylor mating that he will try to coino borthlp In this country how 113,320 formerly Janlo Wash Institute. Wm.' to Drlpplnir Spring the latter jart of who recently been mo tho mother of rreu iia reiurncu to til uoosler' wo summer, four boys, ha named them Matthew, minister. 181.1U0 churchc ami .u,u.i, A woman' WJO members, mlIon auxiliary hns Mark. Luko and John. (norao. sir. iioty Edward la lylug "or homo on Indian Creek. been nrgunbed by the ladle of tbo Therowill bo no preaching at thol TerJ 'ow Mrs. Laura Van Armen, wife of a Ilurglar catered the residence of Christian church, und good Is certain Louisville man, sued a woman Methodlit church noxl Sunday, tho at CoJaiue Martin, of tho Illch Hill coun to follow their work. lumbus, O.. for $20,000 damage for paitor being at tho Wllinoro A company I building stock pens alienating her husband's affections. There will bo Sunday school try, a few night back and carried away something llko $500 in booty, In- near tho deKit to bo used by tradeis on at tho imial hour. Ilobert Washington, of Bowling Nov. John Jasper, of "The Sun Do cluding nolo. Over half tho amount public day. This Is a much needed Green, O., ran off with and married bis Movo" fame, ha just eelobrated hit wu In cash, mostly bill. Tho money Improvement a I, will take tho dock brother's wife. When the deiertcd was In a machine drawer, the drawer from tho public s'liiaro and the street. d, 87th birthday at hit homo In brother heard the news ho sent a bullet Tho wall of tho old opera houso block through hi heart. ay ho hasn't much being locked. No duo. Va. Ho I have Jut returned from a few day arc being rapidly put up, and they are book learning, but U latlillcd that ho Negotiating a marriage by a third tay In Washington and Mercer coun- very ubstanttal Dr Owsley Is to bo ptrty for a consideration was declared is Inspired. ties. It wa In tho above counties, congratulated on hi prospects for hav by Judge Sbepird. of the Chicago Hoy. W. M Hrltt, who ha been whoie Hardlnlsm was to rampant, yet ing opo of tho best block In tho city. the Hollnc meeting at court, to be "void nl law and equiTho survey for the Southern railway ty as being opiioscd to morality und U perfectly charmed with Dr. they uro democrats und for the most through ho Is part will voto the tlckot straight. Nat- run ) IVeaohersvllle by public jiollcy." Carradlno's preaching and going to preach a anctltlcatlon scrinon urally though thcro I somo dissatis- White's Mill and half a mllo Hast of Speaking of tho divorce laws Judgo faction existing to vanish away In tho Crab Orehnrd. Tho surveyors arc now Sterling II. Toney, of tho Louisville-Lahere Sunday week. camped nt Hrown Spring, near1 the last and Kqulty court, says: "Taking Tho committee M. W. Jonc and W. Ides of November noxl. Farmer uro busily engaged In plow- named town. IX. Goooh. send u program of tho flh a woman In marrlago-llKentucky is Tho Lancaster Uecord is strictly llko buying a cow. If you llko her you Sunduy school meeting of Circle No. 1, ing over their corn now for the last to bo held at Calvary ItaptUl church, time. Some few have been done for democratic this week, Editor Lundram keep her. If you are not pleased you Casey 'county, July 2! and ;W. Hov. It. some time. Tho corn crop look fnr went to Henderson and left it In my call olT the deal." charge. As I can't work In any other 11. Mahony will preach thu missionary more promising than It did it fowwutk G. C. Ulshotiond Miss Florence Wil ago. White top seems to havo played harness thu rooster and the ticket nro liams, of Hickman county, eloped In a sermon. buggy for a Gretna Green, but on tho' Tho date of tho annual Loulsvll'o hmoc with most meadows. Oat uro In position. 1 venture the uertlon that there arc way tho vehicle overturned nnd ono of conference of tho Southern Methodist fair, whllo tho wheal crop just lately church, which cml race the western hartcstcd wm hardly u third of n crop. not 20 voter In Garrard county, who her arms was broken nnd the other Tbo republicans seem to bo jubilant have regularly voted tho democratic sprained. This did not deter her part of tho State, ban been changed by In orcr tho nomination of Wm. Gocbol by ticket, that will fail to support the though and sho was .married an hour Oct. lllihop Key from Sept- order that the churches may Jurlng up thu democracy. In fuel thoy try to ticket In Notcmber. Thoy can not bo later with both arms In slings. impress on their deluded followers 'hut Induced to forsnku their principles for Mr. K. 11. Hea7lcv stole it march on their conference collection. his friend and a'mlghty pretty girl nt Ituv.John M. Crowe, of Louisville, there U a serious breach In tho demo- minor caucs. Our gallant young men gavo a hop the sumo Umo when ho sllppedjfolf to declined to rldo In tho carriage with cratic ranks. It matter not who had tho Hou. William Jcnnlng Brynn at n been nominated at Loulsvillu thcro Tuesday night In honor of tho many Jelllco with Miss Kathleen Grlnstcadj Parkcrsburg. W. Va , rade. Wo do would havo been u few ttoltors, but tho visitors In tho city. It was given nt and made her his wife. They havo been not know hi rcaot, but wo should nominee will be Kentucky's next gov- tho Simpson Houo. Huck's orchestra lovers for a long timo and could not' judgo by tho act that Hrue Crowo I a ernor. Time will heal these wounds, furnished the music und the occasion seo tho necessity of waiting for the old to und It will sulllce for us to cuy that all wns socnjo.wiblo that gray eyed morn people's consent when they thought blrJ of another variety. Ho true democrats will bo found loyally bewail to peep before tho crond dis- they wero old enough to net without it. bo a jackal. Tho groom Is an excellent Jyoung man Without doubt tho attendanco at tho supporting thu ticket whenlheolectlon persed. The corp- - of civil engineers, who are and a lcudlng member of tho JChrlstlan Detroit convention hat very much ex- comes around. Where Goobol loses u democratic vow, It will only be it loss surveying tho route for tho Southern church, who stands hlgbjln tho cslltna-- ' ceeded that of any other ChrUtlan convention 'ever held In tho of ono as no man of democratic procllv- - railway, gave our people it reception on tlon of everybody. Tho brido is a I .to. will mark his ballot for tho ' lor-nMonday night on tho collcgo grounds, petite brunette,spretty and attractive matter of those present at the glncral." where they were camping, which was and Is a daughter of the n take Into acThli estimate The democracy welcomes with out- highly appreciated und which will live Methodist, minister, Itev. V. S. Grln-steacount tho great convention of Boston long In memory. The ladies, of the of Mlllcrsburg. WeJ congratuin IsM. Thirty thousand and IKK) per- stretched arms tho return of tho ut tho ramo time hurl- Presbyterian church furnished tho late the happy pair and hope that their attended nrlclly Journal, son simultaneously Christian Endeavor meetings. Tucso ing villainous opithcu ut that rotten refreshments, and they were delicious. present happiness will know no diminand damuablo sheet otherwise known Our people found them to bo worthy ution. figure do not Include tho (VI noon und intelligent gentlemen, and had Mr. und Mrs. Beazley returned this a total at- to lis measly list of patron as the Loumeetings, which had tendanco of 16,000, and 100 professed isville Dispatch. The writer has been shown them many courtesies, which morning and tell us that they were corrcsGodcni for tho latter named thoy richly deserved. This fact caused married at the Jelllco Hotel by Itev. conversion. sheet ever tnco Its Initial issue, has tho gentlemen to glvo tbo reception Kmmett, of tho Methodist church, Miss gotten score of subscriptions for tho referred to. Crub Orchard should treat Jennie Pence, who accompanied them, UuNDMDSTOCK. standing with them during tho cereweekly edition, ha acted a agent, got- them nicely. A. J. Thompson sold to S. Morgan 10 ten agents for It In fact wo havo donu Our city Is full of visitors who know mony. Afterwards ihoy went to fat hog at 3 371. and staid a couple of days. all wo could In our humble way to holp where to como for genuine hospitality I Oi number of sales of export cattle at what wo thought was, what It claimed during tbo summer months. Mr. and Ilobert Maltlngly and Miss Fannlo ucaru reported In tho ParT7Keniuck-latto be, "democratic." Hut wo quit. Any Mrs. W. II. Wherrltluro entertaining Soonnmoro uccompanicd them to Crab ono wishing tho Semi Weekly Courier-Journ- al u number of relatives from distunt Orchard whero they look tho train A Jefferson county man raised 110 ono year for 50 cents will plcu?o cities. Mrs. J. II. Garrison, Mr. E. The happyipalr havo taken rooms at bushel of M)taloc to tho aero and sold glvo us his subscription. II. Smith and MUs Mamie Henry, of tho Myers House, whero thoy will boat them at $1.30. Claiiknci: Colp.man. Arkausas, are visiting relatives here home to their friends for tho present. J. W. Parneh sold Oo fat cattln nt 6 Miss Salllo i:ikin has gono to Lako NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Indluna boy attempted Chautauqua. T. J. Hatcher's family cent. N. H. Coy sold 61 at amo pt lee. A to drown hi father, locked his mother has returned from Way no county. Mrs. Itlcbmond Climax. Jcsso Fields was acquitted at Mooro Montgomery, of Adair, ha a In thu cellar, stole it basket of egg she Louis Landram Is visiting In Nashville. of Judgo bourvlllo of tho 13 lbs., had waiting for huckster, sold them Mesdumcs Mattlo O'Neal and L. F. Jersey calf whljli only wolghs and bought whisky, got drunk, was ar- Hubble uro visiting in Tennessee. Mr. Combs. Is as lively a a cricket. that "General" Wilson, a John Cook sold the six sows, 111 pig rested and locked up. tried to hatii? . and Mrs. Kobcrl KInnaird uiiLtruiintMi wus killed by a falling tree ncur Hus-seand -- 1 shoal that ho advertised in himself with his suspenders, was cut ( In honor of tho civil ouglneers, who Springs. this paper, at 31a two hour after It down in time to steal u hat and vest were camped hero. Misses Mury Hurn- The farm In Marion with gold oro on wa Issued. irom it ioiiow prisoner ana was tinally side and Annie Austin are at Drhmln,' It, said to assay 103 a ton, has been Springs. 07 cut to tho reform farm. Anderson & Spllnmn arc ottering bought by Lebanon parlies. cents today for wheat. Thoy have A TKIHUTKTO W. H. KINNAIUD. m:.ti' msc.nmii' he cui:i:i Mrs. Orvlllo Tucker died at Parks- 00,000 bushel so far this Iijt handled about ii'i'lUitloiu, lcl ruun of tin. ru. ilirjrranunl rrsch IlicilU-hw-tnI Whureas. It has pleased our esteem- vlllo this week of consumption, uo Ihrre lioiityuu,, war seuson. Advocate. vur UMtnm. anj thai la l.jr rouillluilorial tihir- a husband six children survive. Tho Hppklnsvlllo Kcntucklan say din - iTimriMK ruwu l.y ID lnntuir.1 moilluxli ed Cashier W. II. KInnaird In view of sides Montlccllo lawyers A hnlf dozen I not over uf il- minim lining of th l.u.udtlau Ttil. Ills advanced age and a laudable deslro tho wheat yield In Christian nnra mit luiMKtiiinnaiuni jrou uaiea lUMblluf to spend thu remaining years of his havo formed a partnership for mutual hi n.l or I in i In I lirailutf, soil wdrn II l.riitlrrly 10 to 12 bushels per ucre, though ux clo-deafnrM I. the Inrt.ni-every Friand unlraa Congressman Clarily inado an average niilliMi ran be taken mull,au.l thl tulllie restore.1 Hfo In tllO en iovmont of a woll rnrniol advancement and thoy meet nut in ita iiuimai eonditiou, in he dtntrujed i'8t alter over 10 years of labor In tho day night. .10 ucrcs. of 31 bushels on forsvrr. iilu.ar.outuf tsn arsauwHl bt raUrili. Tho llrst oil well !n tho U. S. wus l'olk Hood recently purchased for whkli It nothing lul ail luluuirj cumllllou uf lbs Deposit and National Hanks ot Lancassurfaw. ter, both of which by his business ca- drilled In Wuyna county, 23 miles from market a cur load of luiicuu will glm One Ws tho Southern IMIan forinrraw In 1813, by Martin Heat- (raul lijr ralarihj ilial sugar mules at i'M to $115. George- nl lirafniM llill'iCaiariliOure Srml ranuol Iw pacity und energy he udvuncod to tho Montleello, for twtuirJ by front rank among iho banking Insti- loy. siys tho Uecord. l 1', J. Clwnrjr A (o.,TulL, (. frw. town Times, which paper reports (mU by Druinjt.t.. "V Wiley Hultor und Jim Baker, tho tution) of tho State, cuttlu ut A to Hall's I'siullr l'lll.arstlislnt. sales of Ivcsolvcd 1st. That while wo ap Clay county feud leaders charged with lie of Wilson Howard, will be II. C. Lowry, a promlnont farmer of Tho phenomenal consumption of cop- prove tho motive which prompts his tho murder July 21. county, Ga., and un Informer per for electrical itrd other trado pur- resignation, jet wo accepted it with tried ut Ilarbourvllle, Cherokeo Artlclos of Incorporation wero filed poses has required such enormous quan- sincere regret, fully realizing tho great on Illicit distillers In that district, was Frankfort of the London, Livingsshot und killed while riding homo, by a tities of tho article to satisfy It that loss which this nank sustulns In sever- nt and Manchester Telephone Comton man dressod In women's producers liuvo of late boon frequently ing his connection with It. woman or a obliged to decline orders. Tho market ltesolved 2nd. That wo tender to pany with u capital stock of $1,000. clothes "Hov" White, Jr.. sh,erlll of Clay At Detroit, Mich., John It. Gontry's has risen from 111 for Lako Superior him on behalf uf this board tho use of county,accompanled by John E. White, was tho feature of tho copper in August, lbM, to tho present tho Hunk olllees for thu transaction of mllo In 2:021 Judgo hweole, 18 cunts per pound. his business where hts presence and his unele, harness races ut Highland Park, He figures of udvleo will alwuyi bo pleataut und ac- of Clay county, and County Judgo ugulnst tho truck record of 2:02, went l.l'.Ml IHIIITATIO.V. Wrlgh., of Clay county, attended tho und while ho failed to beat It, paced a Is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. ceptable. Resolved 3d. That our best wishes republican convention at Loxlngton will euro It. and liiagtilllocnt uille. Histlmo by quar- Hell's newspaper say had Winchesglvo such strvngtli to tlio lungs tlmt a coui;li follow him into his voluntary retire- and tho ters wus 311, l:0H, 1:331, 2:021. or it cold will nut svttlu tlnru. Twvuty Uvo ment, hoping that his life may bo long ters with them. Tho yield of grupes this year, accord- coats ut Penny's Drug Htoro. Ed Gaines, Steve Glvens, Ed Coulter spared to his futility, his church, tbo ing to tho vino grower, will bo tho Netown aud tho community to which ho and Dud FUhcr, Junction City Grapes will bo largest known In ycur. Mrs. Kutherlnu Illoodgood, wlfo of a has been so long u valued member. groes, wero tried before Magistrate about tho ouly fruit to do any especial New York brokor, sold kisses ut a St. And wo pray God that whou life with Grubbs for selling liquor without good this season. Winchester Demo- Louis charity bazaar at $100 to $500. und given sentences in tho work Grapes although her husband got u divorce Its labors aud cures uro onded, bo may crat. This is not tho case hero. !IS8 days: onto:- upon that rest thul remains for houso as follows: Coultor, aru us kcarcu as other fruit, muiiy of from her on tbo ground of cruulty , FUher, 274 duys; Glvons, 200 duysj all God's faithful children. tho vines being killed. ltesolved Ith. That this mlnuto bo Gaines, 13S days Advoeute. YUIXANIO KUUITKHIS Col. J. 1. Cbandlor, who cried tho Are grand, but Stln i:rutluns rob Ufa of Englncors uro ut Cumberland Falls Jot. spread upon tho books of tho bank and sale, hands us tho following: At tho lliukltu's Arnica txtlrecurea them hu OM, making preliminary surveys for tho sod eir Soiw, Ulcers, Hull., Corn., published In tho ltecord, tho Dunvlllo sale of William Gooch's olleots Wedvast power bouso, tho dyWarn. Cuts, Hrulws, Hums, bikldt, Cbaid Advoeute, tho iNTKilioit Jouhnai. and erection of u furnished with their iww-o- r Ileal nesday, horses sold ut $30 to. WO, cows llaiuU, Clillblalns. Aihil. 1'lle cure uQ a utb. a copy tendered to W. II, namos to bo Drlvraout l'alua and Uulxtita, but, KInnaird by n $27 to tUl, sows and pigs 910 to $23, Cure guaiautted. bold by I'vuuy tbs PruggUt. our secretury. by tho fulls. Tbo first object Is to slock hogs 3.45, yearling heifers $20, light the summer resort and connect It On behalf of tho Hoard Tho North German Lloyd steamer with tbo C. S. rullroad, a distance of 12 yourllog steers $27, 1,000 to l,100-ounALKX. It. Dknny, J. E. Stoumks, miles by un eloctrlo railroad. Thoy feeders, 3.40, corn $1.85. Other things Kaiser Wllbultn dcr Grossa, lowered Com,, Lancaster, Ky., July 10, 1890. also propose to transmit tho power d record from New York sold well. A good crowd wus present tho throughout tho towns of Central Kendinner was greatly to Cherbourg to Uvo days, 20 hours and and tho eplepdld Tho Olympic with Admiral Dewey, tucky (or lighting und manufacturing 65 minutes, broaklng all record. purposes. ba reached Suez. enjoyed. Plans havo been accepted lor n now J Southern Mutial Investment Co., Of Kentucky. Paid over Living Ilmefits. pused to Keservo Fund $03,00.1 80. Living Iienefits for June, 1890, Special IUdoruptlon. J10D 000 i V V. H'blte Ijtate Islington . A, P.Tatlor...... A. I, Manchall... .!? ..flTim OliiO.. 1TIOI SO C.i.l ,Vi Paid M bijii GO .. . I.V.I KP " camp-meetin- O II. Marshall .. " I). II. Hood Kaiatc John Woeherle.....l)nl.llle. I). II. Good liule...Iilnlon. . .. i W. V. White fjitate " " " I" m.mi.. team 30... 171 rfl.V).. 171 (si SI.V) i7i im ' I. II. ttrenn . 7M... IIU 01 " U. 4'. While llate M .VI... 1SH tx) W. J. Nelini. ...Newiort Xew, Ya. M 60. IV1 no " MM... I MHO ". " .... " A. I Marnrball .. .Utlnttnn .0)nii 174 no W. J. Nelms ..Ntwiiori Sew, YaM 60. l.VI no ' "" " " M501MO() II. W. V. .. . .M.VI.. IV, (l ftl.Vl... 174 00 ROM Sll SIM,. IM nil J MI.V)... l.V, (II I Yt Trrs Idle Ustale Islington Paris M .V).. 15.1 is) ..W.M, . 174 IS) fIWI.. Kich-tnon- Iloaa IVrluiii.......... YV F. White Kate l.ixlngton.. Iiulirllle.., ..MIi0... 174 no .VI... 174 l W. . 174 (") IV) .VI.. 174 1741(0 fiilflO. l SO. . 174 00 0(1 WM.. Nino . UM.1SI01 171 (A 171 1'J 174 UI 174 IS) 171(10 ItEflUUIl IIKDK.M1TION. W. N'lcholi Unlttllle C. P. Terhune. I)aliillle..... N A. Hicks.. ..l)un(in C- - " 'r . HIM., tino 4.1 4JV). 100 41 4: M .. 100 41 .. 41 M.. J 87 71 97 71 77 ml ll Sinllh Morris . ...Cunilxrland Kalla 41 50... lleuri Ijmlmore. ...Uilngton.... -- Slfto... Total I'rufitOTer 7.1 () ivi. 6,iia.s.i M.97-- 10 up-pe- al Wll-mor- e, For information Address K. S. BOiflZMHN. No 11 Cheapside, Lexington, Ky. BKRNES iniEHREN, HCT.. Stanford, Ky., ' HATS HATS ! ! m s.-o- ' or varlou-meetin- g. ey twell-know- d, Courier-- 1 1 Linen Hats, 1 Straw Hats, "Wool Hats, 1 Cotton Hats, 1 Fur Hats, 1 Soft Hats, 1 1 ! Hats to Suit Everybody. Alp'.nc Hals, I'.ai road Hats, ovac-gollc- al Stetson Hetts f i H. J. M'ROBERTS. 'V Urown Hats, Pearl Hats, Black Hals; in fact almost any hat wanted. y m IBd-Seaso- D j Sale ! Look For Yourself. Goods Must lie Sold. Dar-murd- er Good Values At Cheap Prices ! wood-chopp- ll Satisfaction Guaranteed. $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. ! Look for Yourself; Tell Your Friends. We Need The Cash Bliirts, Pats, Underwear and Flue Pauls. CSTSuits Cleaned and Prcsscd.tSa lliin-lrc- l tlriu-lara- , sov-eru- 1,000-pou- J. L. Frohman GLOBE, THECo., & Phone 136, Danville. LOOK! .Wo Sell,, New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Bldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. If you need a Machine call In, we eau suit you. - m HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Cypress Shingles . lluu-ulo- 1 d 1'A.C.smE, L STANFORD, KY, ( 5 Iron Fence. eust-boun- Metal Roofing. VX Sl'F Mill Work. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. 1 - W. P. WALTON. - .aM TICKET. July 14. 1899 DEMOCRATIC For Governor, WILLIAM GOKI1EI-K- or Lieutenant (loTfrnor. .1. C. W. IIECKIIAM. For ForAniUtor, .ttornr (tenenl, n.J. hbkckixuidme. GUSO COULTER. 8. W. HAOEU. HILL-Fo- r for Tresnirtr, or Secretary of l'ul.llc lntrnetlon. Srrlntf n.lent of MCCM3XF.. 1IAKUY C. IIRECK M", For ConimMoner of Agrlcullur, IOXB-XAL- For lUllroad UommMoner, C. ft - MC1101II- - M- T. XOKT1I. notorlo-t- y seeker in Kentucky, addressed a letter to Chairman Younc. of tho Stato Central Committee, urclng that tho be repudiated, declarCourier-Journ- al ing tho opposition ol tho democratic organization to all that paper represents, and declaring that the democracy of Kentucky Is not seeking, In this election, the aid. countenance or approval of any of the enemies of the Chicago platform of 1806. Then ho adds: "As for me, I would prefer tho election of tho republican ticket to democratic success based upon any suggestion or suspicion of a repudiation of the Chicago platform of 1890, or. any part of it." Tarvln has had an Idea for a long time that on him was Imposed the duty of carrying tho world on his shoulders. He has tho vice presidential bee In his bonnet and is really of the impression that ho Is made of tho same material of old Allan Thurraan and the other distinguished mon of his line. Our people, or tho few who heard him speak here several years ago, remember Tarvln with disgust. In his diatribe then against Mr. Wattersoo he swore and the Courier-Journ- al etralghtout, saying, "G d d n the and other things Courier-Journa- l," almost as dlscustlng and profane. Ho has perhaps a personal grievance against that paper and his vaporlngs will attract but little attention outside of the Louisville Dispatch's oftlce. Tho democratic party wants every Courier-Journvote It can get and If the gives its support voluntarily as it does to tho ticket, it will be worth many thousands of votes more than Tarvln will, who Is smarting under the mortification Induced by the failure of the convention to endorse hlra for tho vice presidency. No democratic paper would publish his letter and he had to resort to republican sheets to air his grievances. Let him rave. Such men as he do no credit to any party. . Judge Tauvin, tho prcatcat Hon. G. R. Kellek addresses an "open letter" 10 us in the last issue of bis paper, the Carlisle Mercury, taking us to task for saying a good democrat like he has always been, oughtn't to sully his record by writlug of the democratic convention like he does. We appreciate and reciprocate the kind feelings ho expresses of us, but his effort to bring the ticket in to dlsreputo by charging all manner of Iraud In its nomination, can have no other effect than to give aid and encouragement to 30 the enemy he has fought for tho last or more years. Look how they copied his editorial and patted him on the back with a "bully boy." We are not personally aware of the doings of tho late convention, but those who participated tell us that no more trickery was resorted to than usual uad that In tho matter of it ono was as deep in the mud as the other was in the mire. Kach candidate was playing for advantage and Goebcl being smarter than tho other two. won. That's seems to be all there Is of it. So dear Keller, dry your tears, keep them for a deeper sorrow and do not leao tho Impression that they are being shed ouer spilled milk. You aro'.too good a soldier to sulk. Fall tn line with us and let us make the victory for the ticket the most signal in the history of the Stato. as rapidly and as dicted. After Chairman Barnett had called tho convention to order at 2:15 P.M., Wednesday, Congressman Vin cent Borolng was Installed ns tempora ry chairman and mado a speech vigorously attacking Goebcllsm and predicting a republican victory this fall by oO.OOO. Tho various committees wcro then appointed and tho convention till 8 P. M. delegation from Tho Hnmbrick-Tod- d Louisville was given tho cold shoulder program was and tho Deboe-Taylrushed through. James Breathitt, or Chrlitlan county, was made permanent chairman of tho convention and Albert S. White, colored, of Louisville, was mado permanent secretary. Tho Garrard county contest was de cided In favor of tho regular delegates headed by Gen. Colllerand Capt. Hern-do- n and his bolters wero thrown down. It Is said that all kinds of efforts wero mado to placato Gov. Bradley through Gen. Dan Collier, to whom the nomination for auditor or any other ottico was offered, provided he would get tho governor to come and deliver a speech, but tho general declined all overtures, saying, "Bradloy wont bo here, and I wouldn't have tho nomination for gov ernor from you. You fellows havo been oukeepon run running this thlnp. ning It." Every thing went through like a flash yesterday morning. Auditor Stone and Judgo Pratt, who also ran for the nomination for governor, moved tho nomination of Gen. W. S. Taylor and it was made by acclamation. John Mar shall, of Louisville, was unanimously nominated for lieutenant governor, Caleb Powers of Knox county, for secretary of Stato Clifton J. Pratt received his reward in tho shape of tho nomination for attornoy general over W. It. Ramsey, ol Laurel, aud Rev. John S. Sweeney, of Bourbon, was put up for auditor. Walter R. Day, of Breathitt, was mado the nominee for treasurer, and John Burke, won from a big field for superintendent of public instruc tion. Conductor John W. Throckmorton, of tho L. & N., was nominated for com misslonerof agriculture. His residence was not glvap, It simply being stated that bo Is from the Stato of Kentucky. His nomlnaton Is a further bid for L. & N. support, which would have been given anyway. The platform denounces tho Goebcl bill and Goebcllsm and tho McChord bill, endorses the National and State alminlstratlons, reaffirms tho St. Louis platform, denounces trusts, takes a whack at the civil service and favors good roads Tho convention adjourned last night after doing like the mountain, laboring and bringing forth a mouse. The ticket could not havo been made weaker and there will never be any cry about the new election law used to defeat it. It will defeat itself. Goebel will be our next governor as sure as shot. Senator E. C. Ltnney, of Louisville, who helped to down Gum Shoo Hunter, said out boldly at Lexington that he would vote for Goebel over Taylor, who is neither a credit nor strength to the party, while Goebcl is a clean and able man. or A dispatch to the Cincinnati Enqulr-o- r Tho Indianapolis News was sold at Though they seemed to havo overy lively lays that only 17 persona havo been receiver's alo for 1038,003 after thing greased, tho republicans at found so far In Warren county who have Editor Williams and didn't got tho machlno to work bidding, to refused to support tho domocratlo tickSmith. imoolhly as was preLox-legtDe-lav- an Gen. Rosier has reached WoshlngHo savs tboro is a wldo r.hn. spread sentiment on tho island in fa vor of annexation. ui.-tni..- i. u nlil to bo working on a plan to submit to a veto ol tho pcoplo of Cuba tho. question of ludependonco fm et. Prof. William Llpseorap was shot to death in a church at Dallas, Texas, by John F. Carlisle, cousin of tho of tho treasury, for a trivial cuuse. Edward Louisville Store. Commands Attention Itccord-Urrnkln- The Lexington Herald gushes as follows: "Tho Herald bids all a hearty welcome a welcome as brothers to a brother's home; and we hopo you will be so pleased as to como again and come often. You will always bo welcome." A fellow feeling makes us wondrous hospitable. The homo a tho old lo cabin and who than Col. Breckinridge has a better rlghr to oxte"nd invitation? Editor Richardson, of beGlasgow Times, is passing under the rod to tho sincere regret of his friends. Says his paper: "With three cases of fever in his family circle, anxiety and iuspenso have done their perfect work, leaving blm utterly disabled, untitled for, and unequal to, the demands of business affairs, however Important." TALK IX- - about machines, was there ever such a ono as that run by Do boo and Taylor? But what shall It profit these schemers except to become master of tho Federal patronage? Tho Lexington ticket has no earthly chance of tho new democratAt tho meeting to be elected and none of Its support ic State Central and Executive ers hardly are fool enough to beliovo ut Frankfort Tuesday, many It. party leaders were present and they Gov. Bradley was too busy to mix all brought cheering reports of tho outlook, l'ercy Haley, of Frankfort, with tho Lexington crowd. Ho was was'elected secretary and a committee very conspicuous by his absence and with Senator Blackburn at tho head, will bo as conspicuous for not turning was appointed to publish a campaign bis band to help tho faction that has band-boo- k. Tho headquarters of tho triumphed over him. was changed from Lexlng-to- n commltteo to Frankfort. Col. A. S. Herry, The Louisville Post usks In scare who Judge Tarvln says Is no democrat, head lines "Is Bryan back of Tarvln's Intro-.1....letter?" Not on your life. Nobody Is was on hand with a resolution to .iMiuldlnp that herealter tho pro behind it but tho man with tho big duct committeemen throughout tho bead who wants to bo Bryan's running Stato should be selected uy mo voters tnatuon L'cucrul registration ..1 .1... A six million cotllu trust and a and by mass meeting whero no day, out uu m uarreu 912,000,000 grunlto trust are arranging hew, registration .,..., th meutlnu. ou motion of Col. to make It so expensive to die that wo will have to llvo In splto of ourseUcs. Jack China that uono but the com to be present. mittee bo allowed com-ralttc- es .. i.i-l1 J. Bryan was presented at ,. t . ... ullh IovIdl' uriupiu n....i wiw, f.,1..gold ututho ratiocud of made of silver and Col. W. -- POUTrCIAMSAND POLTICS. -. Gov, J. nounced Hogo Tyler has formally anhis candidacy for United ltttol. Senator from Virginia. W. Hlnes, the Frankfort The Volco of llonrst Ilsrgslnst. attorney, was ono of tho pengcr or annexation. aboard tho steamer Portia, which was It Is stated that on account 01 troumo wrecked off the coast of Nova Scotia in Rnttnm.ila. the Pnltvd States may He wn saved. bo culled upon to establish a protecto Ed Taylor, aged 21, con of Depnij rate over that country, Warden H. F. Taylor, ncoldontallv e Line of Summer (Icxxl. To our t, h.,. l,..nn discovered that Goebel. shot and killed himself whllo doing exgovernor the democratic nominee for tra guard duty on tho wall of tho of Kentucky, is a total abitalner. The branch penltentlnry nt Eddyvlllo. end l In sight. Ho has as llttlo hopo Gallatin suffered it severo llro Tues of election as Ccrvern had of escape- day night, many buildings btflngburnrjl Amer Including a brick hoit from Schley's proerty of ican II. It. FUllcr, occuolcd by Fldlcr .V Co., Pshaw, what's the use of prating grocers, who loso on slock heavily. about brokon promises? If wo bolted The crstoius receipts at tho iwrt of every delinquent subscriber who prom-Ua.- i Havana for June were $1.012W. Tho For the hot we.lher. 'tn ilMlvnr tho coods and "has novtotal receipt for six months of 1MKJ 2J, Men's Linen Sult wouldn't bavo any arc, to bo exact, $5,140,0. Tbo month-- v er returned," wo lloyt' long pint I.lnen Suits i.W, Democirculation at average for six month Is S'.NVi. Hots' Knee I'.mt I.lnen Suits f LSI, crat. S. II Kurtz, of Elkhart, Ind , Is old .Men Cotton Pant ftlc. Rev. S. E. Smith, of Owcnsboro, honesty Itself. Twelve year ago ho Men's Extra llcnvy Cotton lwti 75ciullt v. only 50c (55,000 speaking for his race, says that , defrauded an Akron, O Come and get one of our Negroes will not voto for Taylor for out of a glas of beer and he has just G. W. Boilvery many reasons. Rev. stumps to pay sent him threo two-ceing also says tho Negro will not sup- the bill. port Taylor unless ho "clears up the The Southern Railroad will begin a mist." tunnel through Lookout Mountain at To those bawling journalistic Infants, once which Is said by those who are fatho Lexington Herald, Owen Nows and miliar with tho plan, will bo ono of WIos-low- 's Carlisle Mercury: Take Mrs. tho greatest railroad engineering feats Soothing Syrup and follow with ol the century. Mellln"s Food. Your llttlo The Kentucky Press Association ! nnlltleal "true Inwardness" Is out elected officers as follows: President, !"!". to II. Men's Under Shirts 15 j, nor otn: t of Sir tw 11 n si of whack. Louisville Times. Ladies' Lin en Skirts 43c. J. H. Westover, Wllllamstown CourLadles' Sumnwr Cornell 21c, Col. D. L. Moore, of Mercer, says: ier; Vice President, It. W. Brown, Ladies' Shirt Vabt.4Sc, 'I was for Gen. Hardin very cordially, Louisville Times; Secretary and TreasLadies' Vets3 for 10c A big line of but our county will be In line for Goe- urer. R. E Mornlngstar. Tho coroner's jury found John bel, as I believe tho democracy will be all over tho State. Gen. Hardin was Weatherford guilty of killing bis my guest after ho returned from tho father. Engineer Wm. Weatherford, convention and he has no idea of bolt- as he slept at Nashvlllu. Tho elder A'catherford had refused lo help his ing. son out of a gambling scrape. Col. J. W. Miller, the Lancaster was at tho Grand yesterday. He A special train of nlno coaches, filled I.tdles' Oxford 4Sc, said: "I was for Hardin In the race for with touchers bound for the National Men's low cut Shoe I'ic, Torprnnr. but always take my medicine Educational Association at Los Angeles A few pieces Malting 12Jc. man. If the republicans was wrecked at Newman. Cal. Three like a llttlo nom.lnate Taylor Goebol will win uanu-ll- women wcro killed and. nine women but if they nominate Yerke look and tbreu men were Injured. JudtroT. M. Cardwell sold, for the out." Cln. Enquirer. V. H. Brleht has been dlschargcn community of Shakers, tho farm "West as superintendent of tho farm and gar Lot," containing 529 acres, to W. K. den at tho Eastern Kentucky insane Cardwell, Steward of thu Eastern KenAsylum because he bad written a let- tucky Insane Asylum, fori 10,000, equal ter to Senator Goebel telling him that to cash. Mr. Cardwell, wo understand, stock farm. On 30 asylum employes bad been marched will run an up stono dwelling to the mass convention at Lexington this land Is a The Chcprt House in Town thut coil $20,000, the cellar of which and voted for Hardin. Tho concensus of opinion of the lead- cost, according to Dr. Frank Pennc-bake- r, Hurrodsburg Sayings. $2,000. ers who met at Frankfort was that tho & CO., A. entire democratic ticket would be elect20,000, and HANKY, MansBcr. T.D. One result of the war with Spain tins ed by a majority of at least former Senator Blackburn says he Is been to so advertise this country ato Uranch store at Ellisbethtown.tKlkton, Owtntlmro, Shelbvville, Versailles, Hardswitling to go on record with the pre- make It more attractive to foreign tour- town, Hupklnsvllle, Madiionvillc, Morgsnlield. Ororgoloon Ky , ClarlsTlllc. Tcnn. diction of a majority ranging from ists. More wealthy and titled people 20,000 to 2.J.O0O, and ho gives his reafrom abroad are visiting the United sons for that opinion. States than ever before. Speaking of ! John F. Hagcr, of Ashland, ex Stato this, the New York correspondent of the railroad commissioner and one of the Pittsburgh Dispatch says: "Sir Jtlch-ar- d and Lady Musgrnve arrived in the iiAfHnc lnwvcra of the State, says: "I I to the Houo what y on the Itrlttnnlc and do not hear a chirp of discord In our metropolis country. It part of the State against tho democrat- will make a tour of the ic ticket, and I believe It will catch seems about as fashionable abroad now"" I to the Man. A coat of nice Paint will every democrat, silver and gold, In the adays for our English cousins to visit mill a much to tne appearance oi your nitr Sandv country. Senator Goebel us during the summer ns" It Is for us to will add to your. dwelling as a has always been popular up our way, visit them." We Fell tho lWst'Unmdi of -- viuk uicu and, Eastern Kentucny "It's an 111 wind that blows nolxxly two of the best nominations on tho good,' is oftsn being verified. A little Lends And Oils. ticket wo aro entirely satisfied." girl in Lcwlston, Me., lias been comCome to See Us The abuse that is heaped upon Goo-b- pelled to wear glasses on oceount of and implacable to be Is too bitter or some other defect In tho end it will of vision. Ilecently she had n sctere trustworthy. strengthen him. Meanwhile candid peo- Illness of scarlet f e er, and It w ns feared ple will o.'llovo only that which Is prov- she would lose her sight entirely. If not ed against hlra. We never yet know her life. Strange to say, she not only a real leader who was not the object of recovered from the feier, but It has vllllilcatlon. From Jefferson to Tilden been the means of restoring her eyes to The painting seanon is here. We wl,li to call your attention to the fact that we overy great democrat ba been stigma- perfect vision, and she has now disIn tho market. tized and denounced for all tho crimes carded her glasses, seeing as well as any seep the Hel Heady MIihI 1'nlnU, Oil., VariiUhei, Hrushes.Ac, conjured up by the which could be child of her nge. ! and mallenlty of his politi Many members of the Sao and Fox Mr. Goebel seems no cal adversaries. Tooth llriiolus. Hair llrushes, Combs', Our line of Toilet Articles, mich oxcentlon to tho rule, which only tribe of Indians In Iowa hate refused Ac , m complete, and of the very bvl quality. to accept annuities because of the old serves to show thut ho Is a leader. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully conip.ui nbd from tho 1'ureit and liett "ltug ob Algonquin superstition that all their tainablu. Prices reasonable. We tollcit o ir patronage. Courier Journal. lands belong to the Great Spirit, aud, ns the annuities arise from the governBRIEF HEWS NOTATION. ment sales of tho lands, their accept& Chautauqua cleared The Lexington ance of the proceeds would bar them 81,021.75 this year. from the "happy hunting grounds." oooo"o"ocro"o o'o'o'o'o inTho writing paper trust has beon of $25, corporated with a capital stock A Cincinnati judge recently gate a 000,000. roan ten days for stealing an eight- In a lire In a New York tenement day clock. The thief hat tlmo to take o five persons wero fatally Injured and time and then tho Judgo gave him moro o I o time for taking tlmo that did not eight others overcome by smoko. o to him. While ho is serving his The Distillery Company of America, o filed arti- time In jail ho will probably think he capital of with a o o Trenton, N. J. Is not hailng any time at all. Heady Mixed Taints for all Purines, cles of lncorK)ratlon a O O , O O Tho Glen Mary Coal company of A "tlospel yacht" Is being built at g Chattanooga, Tenti , has raised tho Oos-- I Ind. It will curry the wages of lis 800 miners 10 per cent. pel to the boatmen on the Ohio and Soli) tor Hit) l.nVK3T C.KH 1'ilu... A New York man and his wlfo have Mississippi rhers as It flouts down totranscontinental journey, ward the gulf aud then sets its course started on a to bo undertaken In a gasolliio auto- for tho coasts of Cuba, whero it will be used as a floating chapel for mobile. work. The bureau of education rciwrw 103,. 785 Sunday schools in tho United An cxtenshe dealer in horses lu States, 015,142 officers and teacher and Mlssqurl says that he now finds It 8,717,850 scholars. to pay $S0 a heud for uulmuls Jack Bishop, tbo Negro whom Presithat two years ago ha could hate had dent MoKlnley appointed postmaster in unlimited numbers at no more than Hon. D.I. Brewer, Jtutlce of U.S. Supreme Court. WEBSTER'S declined tho at Whlto Oik, Ala., Iuyst " f comiueuil It to ult U1 tbo ouo Krvut $30 cuch. honor. INTERNATIONAL It excels lu tboi'aaowlthwIiklithoeroCniljthe In 1850 our production of cheese wus On account of sickness and death word sought ; In aciunu'jr of ilvllultlou In clTvct. DICTIONARY regiments In the 103,500,000 pounds. 'In 1600, It was lvouH'tliodof Itulk'Utiiuf pninuiiciutloin lu Irrno sumo of tho volunteer una romirelu'iislvo iiutfiinnn or ructs unci lu Philippines havo less than 300 men 230,730,000. At present it Is estimated to practical una us a working dictionary. , duty. be about 280,000,000 pounds. avallablo for FiirtiintH )itf-- tie-- , ci on o'l'""''""'. by Tho destruction of u coal breaker J3. & C MmUm Co., ruUUkni, SpriogficM, Mu U. s. A. Utah gitcs its coin lc ted murderers lightning at Plymouth, Pa., caused a the choice of how they will be exethrew 150 men and boys $00,000 loss and cuted. The latest one chose to be shot. out of employment. guns.-HaUlmoro Nice Linen Suit all.-Cynt- hiana ft bar-kecp- nt Soft Front Shirts sccond-sum-m- dls-Hll- nr. Cheap Lawns v. to CARPETS 20T050C The Louisville Store. URBANSKY in Proprietors. PAINT CLOTHING New-Hull WwLm Paints, ol s, Penny's Drug Store. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILETARTICLES So, CRAIG HOOKER. ooooooooooooooooooooo'o f bo-lo- White Lead, Linseed f Oil, I I Wall Paper abd Alabastine W. B. McEOBBRTS. ' evan-gclUt- lu oooooooooooooooooooooooooooqqooooooo ncc-r.ssa- iy l ' tl L.uMqB-- t. .i r'"V Mh. W, II'. IIiooins It up aficra fow Wantkp rock country ham. Hen. loy & Crtor. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL days Illness. . II. J McItoiiEUTH It beautifying his ,K,xe' . I ,0P rccc,v.cd pretty homo with a coat ot paint. warren tt Shanks. nl Stanford, Ky., Julv i.j, 1899 Mlts. S. M. 11ANKIM loft this morn- Ing to visit rclotlvcs at Greensboro, N.l IliniinsTmnrkot prlco paid for fresh, I C. yollow buttor. Warren & Shank. TllnMAH M. Oivaf.i'.v. nt Tlnurllno ( B. C. Walton, Huhixiwi Mamacikk. ONLY 4. DclJord ha only Green 1. horn returning from tho con- four prisoners tho smallest number vantinn. Soiia Watbu, Ico cold, pure and Miss Nirrni: Wkay returned yes- for months. - .." " OWKNfiiioito wagons, best made, for 4 ' salo by Heazlcy ft Carter. , FIVE bushels of chicken feed for nt J. II. Daughman fc Co's mill. $1 i 1 WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? This Linen Suit? irt ' Foil Kent. Storo room on Main Street In iNTEitioitJoUKNALbuildlng. whero you can got them nicely lilted to tho hand. J. P. HOY kid gloves - ... ( tliee I got It at James Frye's He hat cut the price on 15 Stills to J:). 50. Ho his some 1. Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes and ho Is Jones. mini ri(rcaJlni;ut ronny'sDrug Store. terday from n visit to Mist Hosslo Itlch-un- lj TfloOKS and supplies for tho public SALE Mrs. K. H. Hurnslda has sold Closing Out His Straw And Linen Hats Tin: beat materials combined with at Danville. schools at W. IJ. McRoberts'. cure, ikill and accuracy Insure good to Anderson Carr and C. II. Haynes And gives you achancoon Hint fine Sowing Machlno wllh every 81 Mlts. Kliza Lackky, who Is In her results. No other metuods aro ovur Inteimou JoUll tho vacant lot opposite I. M. Uruco's The Twlce-a-WeUsed In our pit'scrlpi'ion work. l'onnv's With year, Is very III at her daughter's, worth you buy. That's tho place to trade, Sure. stable-am-i they wilt build on it. Ilrui; Store. NAI. Is only $1 a year cash. I'.cmcmbcr Mrs. John W. I tout. SncitKTAHY A. n. Aliiuiuiit was that. STANKOltD will have, tt fair this year, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, horu yesterday advertising tho Hrod THE colored population are enjoying but tho colored people will be at tho Miss Sl'im: Ku.iw is at Hock Castle head fulr, Aug. 2.1 threo days. a big picnic today given for tho benefit head of it. President Anderson Carr Springs. tells us that curly In September a of the public school building. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. eruckcrjuek will be given and that Miih. Hn Nr.VlCH Is vlsltlngrolutlvcs In Marlon. Nice lino of cukes Just 'received nt To Karheus. I will buy your wheat unusually liberal .premiums will be nt market price, to be delivered nt olTcred C. II. Haynes is secretary. Miss Mauoii: Lynn Is vtslttnt George II. Karri.'. MorelanU or McKlnney, I). 3 Carpou- friends In Glasgow. Tin: old head that tho Hon. Geo. M. Tiiltr.r. burner citollno novo for salu tcr, Hustonvlllq. Myiiiis mailo n business trip to Jaici: Davison carries around with him may cbeup. J. C. McClary HUSTONVILLE, KY. Lexington Wednesday. THE Stun ford holders n( stock in tho not bo very pretty, but It is chuck full i4 MuH.Wii.LiAM Kick, of Ulchmond, Ik your hogs aro not healthy try Florence, Ala., First National Dank of schemes and resources thut coma to Is visiting friends here. somu Sufu Hog Cholera Cure. Craig & uro being gladdoncd with a .1 percent, his aid when less resourceful men MlHH MAIIY IloUT, of Garrard, U the Hooker. Mmlo by Saxtun's Celebrated Hand. dividend, the first they have received would throw up the songo. We aro guest of Miss Salllu Lynn. in 10 years. led to theso remarks by what was done DltAlN tiling ut prices thnt farmers ... In MibsSali.ii: Cook is visiting Miss Monday. Ha found after feeling can afford to Use It. Call on Hlgglns .V Lou Hooker at Ilustonvlllu. Sale. Mrs. Annie S. Latley has heropulse of tho the republicans that his bought of J. S. Hughes, Mrs. Fannie MisftL'mt: Sandiihjk, of Shelby McKlnney. scheme to instruct for Stono because-hGreen property on Hustonville Ave- City, Is visiting Miss Neitlo Wruy. Is a district man wouldn't work Fahm of l.'iO ncrcsforalo privately. nuo and will movo to it If sho can rent J.T. JONKS spent several days at Possession given to suit purchaser. J. Liberal Premiums in all Kings. worth a cent, as according to A. G. Mt, Vernon doing tinning and plumbtho placo she lives at. Faulknor and other leading men of tho JAS. P. HARPER, President; C. McClary, Kxr. W. D. HOOKER, Secretary; ing. Of a general giving away party, Taylor had 10 to 1 over any oth. J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. Caswkll SaUKLKY Is visiting bis We will store your wheat cheaper of I'EI'l'LES. his system, Mr. Wllltam Peoples cr man In county. Under sitter, Mrs. S. M. Logun, at Middles-bor- than you can handle It at homo. J. II. died Wednesday at the old home place, of tho chbo tho was idlo to talkthe state It of In Haughman tc Co. uHn which ho was born and raised, structing for Stone, and Mr. Datison i Hooicr.it, of Husscll-tiIIMil Samukl Foil Sale. My two story f ramo res- agfil T.i. Ills wlfo preceeded him to thought It would look too bad to In has joined his wife at Mr. M. C. idence, with six acres of ground, on cut tho tomb 20 years or more ago. Thoy struct for Taylor, so he laid awaka all Williams. never had any children. The burial ona night and evolved a schema to off plko. Mrs. D. W. Vandevccr. Mils. J. P. Davis and children, of have Mr. A. A. McKlnney Instructed occurred at Goshen yesterday. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reLexington, are tpenoing the hot term TllEltE Is another bar room in town, for for treasurer and then argue that This is now the most In Montlcello. Fahm Sold. Free Siver Johnson it was not wlo to instruct for other cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optical Hayucs fc Carr have opened up with a Duddkiiak gave a full lino of liquors on Lancaster Street. has sold to J. It. OrndorlT his farm of candidates, when a county had ono of science I wish to say to tho Ladies that Mihs Co.hti-.i.l130 acres on the Somerset pike for party to a number of her llttlo friends own. Tho schema worked like a THE various privileges of tho Casey 14,000. Possession will be given Nov. It Tuesday uvujlng. charm, McKlnney alone was instructed county fair to be held Aug. 1, 2 and .'1 15. Mr. OrndorlT merely bought it for Mill-dal- e, Mk. J. G. Wkatiikiikoiii), of Just received a large stock of the ctj fur and the boss was saved the humllla-Mis visiting his mother and broth- will be sold at auction at Liberty next an Investment nnd will continue to of having tho county instruct Monday. pull the throttle or an engine, while against his wishes ers at Iltistonvllle. r) Mlts. GOOMCNWIIT and Miss Klla If you wact to make money go to Mr. Johnson Is undecided as to bis TllK swellesl social function of the May Saunders are attending the Press Ilustonvlllu tomorrow, Saturday after- future. sold in this locality before have to be seen to bo Appreciated. Suitsciiton wus thut in honorof Misses Olive Patterns never Association meeting. of tno booth privinoon, nnd buy Tin: town boundary will not be Woodson, of Kansas City, and Olllo able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Mints LICCIK HkazlkY spent several leges of tho fair. mouldings specially suitable for " changed. Put that in your pipo and Baldwin, of Richmond, jjlven last Among the lot is the New French days with her sister, Mrs. P. C San Tin: Hustonvillu Fulr Is going to smoke It. At tho next meeting Coun- evening by Miss Funnlo Shanks at delicate pictures. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. dldgc, in tho West Knd. H. F. Kout will move a recon"Tho Oaks," ihu handsome country quiro a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo Mil anii Mus. Fitr.ii Ci'irrtd aro surpass; all previous cITorts. Ho suro cilman back from a visit to his aged mother you luku it In ono of tba three days, sideration, which will be duly and homo of her brother, W. II. Shanks. will save you money. 121 Third Street Opposite Post Oillcc, Danville, Ky. proKrly seconded, j vote will bo tuken, Tnero wero some 7.j guests present and commencing July 20. In Lincoln. Somerset Paragon. ) there will be a tlo and Mayor J. X. they enjoyed every moment ot tho Mlts. M. M. Dl'NN and daughter, Timiikii I.ANU WantkIi. Any ono Mencfeu will untie, it In favor of tho Heeling hours. It wus a "llower" parly Miss Jennie, of the Mt. Salem section, having timber or timber land for salo boundary remaining as ills. That will una llttlo oooKicts with printed versea were hero shopping Wednesday. will hear of a purchaser by consulting end for the present tho job and tho describing certain (lowers, whose names AlTT.lt a visit to his old home at A. C. Sine, Stanford, Ky. "corao outers" will havo to try unother wero lo be guessed, were given each! Montlcello. Mr. S. M. Wllhlte and fam schemo to keep from paying their guest, lno ono wbo answered tno ily returned to Louisville Wednesday. Dkatil Tho remains of Mrs. Laura greatest number wus given a prize, Oil and Mn.s. W. S. Ki.kin, of At Long, who died in Louisville, wcro tuxes. lanta, and Miss Jennie Duncun, of Lan- brought here yesterday and Intorrcd at Mil Louis Lanuham, editor of tho Miss Mury Logun winning the hand caster, were guests at Hon. IX. C. War- Cas McGutTcy's, near Highland. Lancaster ilecord, was hero yesterday, some bracelets una bamuel J. Jr., tho sliver matuh safe as first ren's. returning from Henderson, where he TllK Lancaster Kceord Is even bettor attended tho Press Aoelntlon and read prizes. Unfortunately a solution of tho U. D. HlliailT, who has been travel ing for tho Deering Harvesting Co., In than usual this week. Tho reason Is an excellent paper on his favorlto hob- wholo thing was discovered und there Viiglnia and other States, is ul homo obvious. Our superior correspondent, by, "Should the Country Paper bo Xon were, of course, many correct answers Judge M. D. Hughes, is at the helm. again. Partisan?" taking of course tho allirm-atl- und consequently a good deal of cutting Mil and Mits. HoitAcr. Hitow.v.who side. Ho tolls us that the bovs for tho prizes. The refreshments were SOMKof tho boys got "gay" Wednesdelightful in themselves and superbly staying at Crab Orchard Springs, are day night and changed signs, tied up wero having a lino time und that a great served and everything combined to spent a day or so with Jlon. Harvey crowd of them wont to Petoskey. Mr. doors and the like. When they get a muko tho evening memorable, IncludHelm. llttlo older they will n.allr.0 how silly Landram wmn'l gono but three days, ing tho sweet music made by the town HaUOIIMAN and Jas. P. Haror M. S. but what Judge M. D. Hughes, whom business Is. bund. Miss Shanks added greatly to honorary vlco president of the such he left in chnrga of his olllco, did to great fair Danvlllu will have Aug. .10 SL'l'l'Eit AND Danck. Tho Knights him in that time was a plenty. Ho cot her reputation as un entertainer and three days. ot Maccabees of Junction City will only hoisted tho democratic ticket, but her charming guests added scores to give n supper and dunco on the evening lllled tho paper wllh good democratic their long list of friends here. Mil. W. K. Smith, wlfo and dough-tcForge, Vu., yester- of tho 20th, tho proceeds to go lowurd doctrlno. Landram Is a philosopher left for Clifton COUOIIKI) '.'1 YEAH. building a new hull. day. Mrs. A. A. McKlnney accompan though, and when wo told him about It, SS years I suffered with u cough, and led them us far as Lealnglon. expressed no concern about the entire spent hundreds ot dollnr with doctors und LlTTLK Miss Sadlo Stugg, who carGOOCH has contracted Mlts. Wit. change of xlley. for medicine to no avail until I used cr mall to Lytlo for $10 a year, with Mr. Tom Hornbrook, of tho Lo.x ries tho Hell's This remedy puts In hor time whllo In Stanford by fiARNKS. A nolo from Kov. Georgo makes weak lungs strong. It hat saved my Ington Monument Co., forn nice gran Miss Mlnnio Straub In tho O. Barnes, 173.1 Q. Street, N. W., clerking for llfo. J II. IUmoII. OrniiUburg. III. lie shuft for her husband's grave. 10j store. Sho will make her way In Washington, to tho edltor.says In part: Dit. J.G. Caiipkntkii Is attending tho world without anybody's holp. "Mario keeps boarders ("tablo"l, and PARKER'S tho South Kasicrn Medical Association HAIR BALSAM accompanMunager Jas. Indulges a "trembling hope" (tho kind LlNNIKTTA Sl'ltiNOS. at London. Mrs. Carpenter Cleuu.. tod twaaiMM tb h& IVimottf ft laxaiUol growth. ied him and is visiting Mrs. U. T. D. Shelby, of Llnnlettu Springs, writes you havo heard mo describe, us saving M.T.r Tills to Bettor Ortj imiaiui Ul mo in Mil) thut sho can "make ends u.ir IO diMM. II bttr win Kamsey. us that there Is a full orchestra at his Cuk. .tup It. Mil an Mlts. W. M. Hocilk, of resort and that his guests arc enjoying meet." I havo tome fear that sho Owcnsboro, were hero a short whllo a shower of vocal, classlo und dunco "feeds" too well to make roonoy; but II Wednesday on their way to Lancaster. music. He udds that Llnnlettu is doing wo "make a living" wo will be glad. It sho "goes down" it will bo with "colHoth bud tho appearance of good health nicely. ors Hying," for sho wont set a poor ta happiness. and ALTHOUGH ho seemingly has llttlo Hkv. II. C. Hoiiton and family, of or no business, T. C. Hall makes nbout ble come what may. Sho hns not been ways, In vain. Hurrlman, Tenn., aro visiting tho as much clear cash us anybody In town bred In "blue-grasOilers Tho Following Courses. Mcanwhllo her guests as nlco a 15 us family of J. C. Ilorton and our excelconsidered. Ho ever sut down in a "boarding house"Agricultural, Mechanical Kngineeriug, amount Invested lent stenographer and tyowrltcr, Miss tells us he hus 21 tenants und scarcely rejoice and wonder, utter long experi- Klectrical Kngineeriug, (. ivil Knglneer-inCalllo Ilorton, is tuklng a week oil to G-oodovor loso u cent's rent. Ho wouldn't ence In other places whero things wero UIhmIcsI, Normal School, and Five bo wllh them. dally incomo Is, but not so dainty, leaving their hostess to Scientific Courses, each of which covers say how much his ... DH..I.T. I10HON, of Kldd's Store, It must bo considerable. In answer to "wonder" ulso viz: us to whothor sho four years in the College proper and leada was hero with his guest, Col. Georgo our nucstlon "How did you muko to will corao out even. I preach wherovor to a degree. Handy, of Mercer, yesterday. Tho much n.onoy,"? Tommy said: "Hy atLook at these frices; Come and See the Goods. prolis Faculty contains twenty-nina door opens; regulurly, twice on Suncolonel was In Morgan's commund und tending stilctly to my own business, day, und oftcner, If I have a chanco; fessors. Its grounds, buildings and equip- It gavo him great pleasure to shako signing my nuiuo on no notes for mvsulf "wulting patiently on tho Lord" for uientH represent 4SO,000 in value. Its hands with his comrades hero. We have just returned from the cities where wo secured some or unybody eltt and always huvlng more extonded service. lahratoriea. Chemical, Physical, ltiolog- IIAUUIN CllAlU, tho past term won tho monov to pay for what I got, when leal, Ihiiaulcal, Geological, l'uysiolng tho Scrlbuer Fellowship for special I get It." Fast colored Lawns at only 4c and 6c. A Many Siuuo Man. That is tho leal, Mechanical anil Klectrical aro tho work In English ut Princeton Univer10c Fino Organdies at only 7c. largest and lot in Kentucky. Tin: uttentlon of tho Commercial kind J oo Severance, pastor of tho sity, which is JJOO In cash und a room 15c Fiuo Corded effect at only 10c. Kach legislative District is entitled by Mr Tenn., Christian church, is freo for a year. This speaks well for Club is called to tho fact that tho engi20c and 25c Fine wash goods in n variety ot now weaves at 10c. Ho Is hero with his law to free tuition, room rent, fuel, and s5 with omphasls. both Crulg und his old college, Centre. neers of tho Southern road aro ut Crub New Linens and Coverts for .Skirts at 5c to 19c. for four properly prcpaied students Orchard Springs now, und thut if tho family sponding tho vacation with his lights Advocate. New White Piques ldc to 20c. in tho college prope?, and to an equal K Mil Hkdkll Ciiancklloii and wlfo proper effort Is muJu thoy may bo in- inother,but ho is not idlo by uuy means. number in the Normal Department, all to Jfc Percales a 10c. wlfo duced to survey u lino from liurgln via Lust Sunday ho preached ul tho Chrisand Dr. W. H. O'liannon und ul) We have Just replenished our stock on be appointed by the County Superinteu chupcroned a cowd of 20 odd young Stanford. Messrs. J, S, Hooker und J . tian church, u sermon which many dent. Aluiunt of oth or col eges fn KenSprings Tues W. Haydon saw tho engineers tho oth- claim was tho best they over heard, ,..,.,in in Crab Orchard tucky are entered In post graduate court. day, whero tho day was enjoyed in u er night and Impressed upon them tho During tho weok ho acts us auctioneer Kutrauce examinations Sept. II, 12 and Dr. O'Uannon" attend, fact that u direct lino from llurgin to for Severance & Sons, ut which ho general picnic. Reduction in all depart And thoy will go at above Kcduced Prices. u Hush or un Kngllsh, IIo Is a 13, For catalogue and other Information, ME ed tho Medical Society incotlog and Jollico would puss through llowlund equals aS ments Hlg Shin Sa'ie See tho) f I Silk Bosom Shirts at only 59c. born genius and scema to havo apply to und thut tho routo is cheaper und mora natural . tells us It was a very prulllablo and JAS. K. I'ATTKKSON.VIi. D. LL I). practical thuu thut by Lancaster, be- un Intuitive knowledge of ull kinds ot onu. President would save two bridges over machinery. Farmers seek him to repair Lexlngtun, Ky. MISS SUK AND IIAUUV Or'KUTT have cause It Session Begins September harvesting und othcrcompllcatcd iHrnmi from a house party given by Dlx lUvcr, ono ot thorn nearly as high their Ware, of and ulmost us long us High Hrldge, Wo muchluus, which ho ulwuys sets right, Misses Kugonla und Mauelo NOTICE TO YOU ! -. good things und yesterday wo culled on him to II x a county. Among others rc- do not wunt to hog ull tho Lincoln wus out ot shape. IIu pulled ......... mi-- .. Kul'ouIu Muxey, Iou- - from Lancaster, though in tho tight for press thut a wom to Tin: patkons of I batennl His WliksuillU ihopou Llucuter LlHsburg, supremacy every man hus to bo for him off his coat, rolled up his sleeves and liiw ul vki tiir of yuur Isvlllu. Ada Cunningham, t.lksst His to God Almighty to bo soon had it in applu plo order. All ot ialruur. l.ns lii.l fstrsuf ivrlra,w lu self und trust luie wrrk luihcu. Victoria Htshop, Hustonville, Messr. ud mruli for us 0,11. A glanco ut tho map will which takes us back to our original KUWAItU EVA.SS. ulbir wwk. Scott Yutes, Georgetown, Hlenard show that ours Is tho natural routo und nroDoslt on thut Joo Severance is u Itluhmond, Charlie Wure, Souddor, know say tt is by fur tho man ot purls. Uo is both clover und andWliskir Bsblts II you have uot alteady Paid your Tuition Hills, please call Mrs. Kautley at tho Colcured si hoiu withinvlllo. Will Hlshop, Hustonville, thosi) whothat could bo built. Let tho accommodating besides, und as full ot out rln Bouk of Misses cheapest and pay the amount. We are In prcsslug ueed ol money. Tho 1.V0.1 r .nuri. ninulnnatl. sriit FREK, as soon as convenient Oommcrclul Club act now or go lutoits wit as un egg Is ot meat. Muy his bald 01 U.M WOOUEYW., ontertalucd In their honor Frl Wuro WILLIAM 8HELTON, Pre Hid cut. head no ver grow gray. SJK Alitnis, b. Ua) 104 Notui J'ror k bole. day uvenluif. Georgetown Times. ek ... JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. ... The Hustonville $1,500.00 Fair, SJ I Three Days, Oommecing' July 26. Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring, ... ... c, THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. ... ... a ... THESE LENSES PLATTER. ... Latest Designs "Fleur-Dc-Lis- JVJouldhpgs ... ... Km-br- y, None Better; Few As Good. about our Ladies' ... vo This is what we have to say in ... r Ail Gent's FINE SHOES. ... ... The State College Of Kentuoky, H New Styles in PATENT LEATHER just in. See them. JOHN P. JONES. s" Big Drop In Prices On Summer s. i g, e n: ... a, s! I'-'Jc SEASONABLE GOODS. i SEVERANCE A SONS. msM&msMmm$wmzmif&mmsA 1 drtt-ili- Stanford Female College. npiUM 'W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J McKINNEY. aaeaaawsjaswew I'RKACIIERSVILLi:. F. F. Cummins told n bog to Will If wo don't have rain soon ourchanco for corn bread next winter will be slim. Services were held at tho Ilapllat church Sunday by Rev. Scott Ander ton. l'reachevsvlllo Is on tho lookout for a railroad. Let It como. Glvo the oor old vlllo a ohnncc to rise. Tho 1 L. D. society of this place, gavo a public entertainment last Friday night, which was greatly enjoyed. Mr. A. J. Thompson has been on tho sick list this week. Miss ElllcThomp son visited little Miss Lilllo Thomp son Sunday. Miss Alllo Jean Wblto Visited Mrs. F. F. Cummins last week. Mr. J. 13. Hutcblns opened school at Lawson's school houso Monday. Tho family of Mrs. II. G. Cummins Is en tertaining Mrs. Mary Hamlin of Chica go. Misses Ollle and Alma Rowland aro guests of Miss Jennie Fcttus. Mr. Jack Mulllns and slstor are visiting their grand pcrcnu hero. Rev. Ison and family aro visiting J. L. Hutchins 20-2- 3. We Ueni fio Haptlat church hero Sunday night. Several coplo In this section nro 'Indisposed," among them is tho writ $1 er, vvno lias been unauio lor ouainots for mora than a week. not eopaidma.OCS wlllbetharged. John Lawwlll, of near Dauvlllo, has been employed to tench our public school. Mrs. Xcttlo McIIardlo will a rvp llkoly presldo In tho primary depart TIME CSRD ment. Miss Maggie McIIardlo begun her school Monday la tho "Monroo KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Smith" district on Green river. John Durham, nnothcr of our teachcrs.'wlll No. S Arrrlcat Stanford at 1 ft a. u. 1 t A. teach In a district near Hustonvlllo. J. No. 4 Uaea Stanford at SI Arrlreaat Kowlandat 12.00 DAT. T. I Jay born, of Scleoco Hill, opened 2 30 r. at. No. a Learcs Stanford at his school in tho Richards district Mr. Crlt Smith and son, Zora, joined runctttrii and Do All Klnii cycle Re; tiring. of BI KV JOIIX II. llnrcHiMiiiNir AtlTllt'Hfl. LMllUal, r.MN fTt Elmoront3. THE UANVIM.K IVCI.KrO , HANVH.I.K, No 1 13 Third M. ROYAL PER YEAR CASH MISS EVELYN TAKMF. Tho Soamstross. ruin nnd fashionable Pilling rt HieclHr SewingCulling ami Wnter Works M Ire arafflB. jf$n INSURANCE COMPANY O. Liverpool. Largest llro Insurance Company World in thci GOOD FARM FOR How It this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused It, or grief, or sickness, or perhans it was care. No matter whit the cause, you cannot wish to took old at thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. 30 Acri-- s. SALL, Located near Tiirnerarlllo ami routiilrilr.g Known n tlm Itrurpr place Ilnaun It two rood dwelling, U well water-ei- l, under goodfeucn nml tli land l In a prlrnle-ly- . lileli state of cultlvntloti. Wltl-(aO) Barbee & Cast! email, MntTra Southern Department. (H'neral Ofllfrrs, Columbia llulldlng. Louis (M) Isvllle. Ky. 8. M. OWP.NS, Ail-.N- T. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No, 14 Train gotuf North . ". H.M O.J5 " " " " South. o- - .12 02 p n .. J 41 a id ,.12 Si a in .U 32 piu With Vllallird Air. Physician In attend-Alicthree sermons at South Fork scbool- houso last week, resulting In six con I would like to take option on good farm TS Office In the New Thompson Ilullillnt;. I'or teems and particuIn Lincoln County fessions. Tho meeting camo to a sud WM. LANlXlltAI. lar nddrr.s den close on receipt of a message from JOE S. RICE, Agent, Krlger. Ky. IJ W. L. DR. Stanford, Ky. Somerset telling of tho Illness of Mrs. Davidson and daughter. Later inPHYSICIAN AND DHUOOIST, FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI. Epworth lcaguo convention, India formation assured tho Improvement of MOKINNICY, - KlCNTUCKYi The C. H. & Frankfort at 7 A. M. anil S:M r. M, tho sick, and tho baptism of the con napolis, Ind., July Tnin, ! anecting at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reach verts took placo Monday afternoon. D. Ry. will mako a rato of ono faro for OR TRADE. 1st Pari at 8:40 a. h. and 5:10 r. m. Leate I'arts ., connecting at Preacrlptlona Carefullv Coniiwunded (Oil or good going July al:lJ a. MQ andC.3:30 r.reaching Frankfort Ueorge-ta- Tho meeting may bo protracted until tho round-tri- p, 1.1.. .M fplendld farm ofJIS acres In Southeast Kantss at .IJ and with A good returning to and including July Thursday night. W miles from the Mliurt line Weil Inratcl, ju v. and 7. io P. m. rood IsnulDjcoODlrr, Ihkkly settled Will it JOStril R. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. Walter Gooch and wife, of Cincin- 24. Oy depositing 60 cents with joint oa easy terms or trade dr frm In t'enlrsl Kta .n .i4He,Tu. may bo extended to and luray. isarsril."1' IW nati, after spending several days with agent, tlckols . QUEEN A CRESCENT. Address Hoi s. Msnlord, Ky Increases the circulation In .uv. relatives hero and .at Waynesburg, including Aug. 20. Sco C. II. & D. the scalp, ves more power jctlon City aa follows: Tralna paw LIVERY, FEED AND SALE information. to the nerves, supplies missNo. 1 Sooth .....12 02 p m No. J North.. 4 11pm have returned home. This was the agents for .m ing elements to the hair .11 50 " " m .S48am first visit Walter had paid his native No. I STABLE, "4 " Ho. 5 " .lSlpni 112.1am bulbs. " SOOam . SUMMER LAKE TOURS. H.t 1 "and 2 do 805pm "10 10 run no fur- county for 12 years. Ho is a foreman Used according to direcKENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Noa. not stop. 9 and in a largo printing and binding estabtions, gray hair begins to ther than Junction City. HOW HEST TO KKACII MICHIGAN IlE- WENTIST, Holloa and Mulrx rcnstantly on hind and show color in a few days. lishment In his adopted city. Ho is a foraale at all time. SOtlTS. Soon it has all the softness nephew of tho writer and a son of Rev. and richness of youth and Stiiuford, J. A. Gooch, of Iiutlcr. Miss Florence Tho Mecca of America's ls has the color of early life returns. A. 8. PRICE, Davidson, who has been spending the been proclaimed by all experienced Vt'ouM you like our book Ky. on the Hair? Mt'e will cladly last few 'weeks with her sister, Mrs. C. tourists to bo Northern Michigan. The 8nrgoon scnu it to you. L. Crow, has returned to Somerset. climate through midsummer compares Dentist, Messrs. T. J. and Robert Godby. of with Kentucky's best October daysjtho VMto usT Stanford, Ky. Mintonvillc, spent Sunday night with hotel accommodations uppeal to the If you do not obtain all the your correspondent. Miss Molllo I'rlv- moi fastidious and alTord an assort- MclWheru' Drug Stole In the Uesley benefits you expccied from Offlce1III1MIUS the ViRor, write the doctor A ten I fur Ike itt, of Breathitt county, is visiting ment to suit tho purso of any; tho scen about it. He may be able to Miss Miss Frona Montgomery. ery Is beyond compare In bothlund and Walter A. Wood Machine Co., suggest something of value Lane, of Junction City, is spending a water scapo and amusements abound in to you. Address, Dr. J. J. Made from pure And atu eat for the few days with her grandmother, Mrs. grea. variety Including peerless sport AyerCo., Lowell, Mass. of tartar. cream N. Davidson. Frank Foley has for the nngler. The Monon Routo from S. Lowry Grass Hmding Tteint 5c bought and moved into the tollgato Louisville to Chicago in connection hrsi sndeflerU.e Mivl M wnrthof whhb will property recently vacated by Tobe with tho superb stoel steamer "Manl-tou,- " itua.lir asfla wwithW the tegulsr kln.1. I , balxIU Huston. We welcomo Mr. Foley and from Chicago to Mackinac, DOC LOST ! UA:nr.:E surriiss AirajnzrAiss. his young wife as citizens to our llttlo Bay View, Charlevoix and a Medium sired, short tailed While and lllai k Callvo w.SBd I will sale) mi tiMoey. lliT Hitch ljlf rsl reward lor her re town. Tobo Huston has moved Into D. host of other recorts presents a novelty omi-Christopher's property on Leo street in transportation and makes the outing luru lo inn Alum baking powder are the greatest IS J i Ml lll'IIV.Twlscl.tlll,. Ky recently vacated by Tbeo. Wesley. menacers to health of the present day. completely perfect. Tho expense of this CUCCD I hsse) Tenoe Mircp fr lisi l.wes. al O n Tj ti V trip Is no greater than all rail, Furth- onorwrlteioT.Ts.le liiKiK,lautllIe 4 Kvleers. Call l Oniy tho .K8t companies rvprvbcuttil. HUBBLE. jjom mm rowsta to., nrw vow. 12 er particulars will be furnished on reIniuirU"fl rvollclttnl. Tames Rogers has bought Jesse quest to E. II. Bacon, district passen- rincly Lccitei Brick Ee:licnce In ilcntlIt. II. MAHONY. Agt.Suufunl. His Uuiuil Investmeni Company, Caso's house and a few acres of land on ger agent, Monon Route, Louisville, eel'.:, Eentnclcy, with E7 acres of Uticlortnlcor, Ky the new Danville plko for $400. Lisi well isjroved fcr Sale. Kentucky Huatonville, Of Loxington, Ky. John Underwood found tho balloon Excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va. The ator imtHrtT U knuwn a the John t'lirli Lincoln County In (Iffers hlsserrlrea to the ole of West Utivl. Curt that went up In Stanford on ar- man nlai Plan: INSURANCE REVER3ED. thohis Helddistance o( about thrco miles Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has Old Thti I.ju and It otruolel diw lv IhiIi kite urn and Caiey eouattes contain. niniiit, floe well at 4th, a ranged a scries of excursions to aaa all ima duor, a Ktjotl orcbard a new National Bank. etsalwayson hsnd ull stock ol Cronsand Cass S l).a.Carinier.Manst.r. A ary outltuiUllDjf ltrn, fniinln ifoJ from its ascent. Point Comfort, Va.. during the months In a tE(MltUior cultivatiun anJ . Wo Pay While Yeu Live. Myers & Baughman and Bob Austin of July, August and September. These rvjulr have th t land a urrat ltMtlij l.r mTtitly Capital Stork, lut-with At we to e Old Line Companies Pay When Ton Die. are running their threshers In this excursions will bo run on the second we want would tl.i tu writ aiM auy one who lUnk A Trust Owpsuy to wlf waat. It and untler same management rontluu- JAMM MiKleCll.MK, HarninUf.O. neighborhood and wheat Is turning out and 'fourth Tuesdays In each month ously for Tt sears. - tor ale a lmilnr Wealv)hanm, ItIcI, less than for many years. OrertlW.nWpald In Using lenefits. W curupr ol th Tho tickets will bo good on the regular iliwlxlOfcvt In the uMlc MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Prof.. OrerSityiJUKevrreand Surplus iiare In Motitlcfllo, Kjr t L(1 oafuj'lI hf Mr Miss Bettie Evans has decided to trains and will be limited to 2J. days. KrchuieA Kcrna an r.rhaiikT fur fluttr, tural II UNTS WRAUKX. 4nl.. take up board In Danville for tho fu- Tho rate will bo $15 for the round trip. and fm Thl U ai lotncnHtcr, t Kentucky. . aitand a tbrre it In Vt C1IITII 1, - 11' Ma..uKVli k...f.l .1 OllllUlU. IT MoothTllof-'or jrtlrttlanansl trim ture so that she may bo closer to her Persons desiring to go should send in adJrcM the IxitilMrssA, ifilujlon, Jvjr. Newly furnished; clean bexls; iplcmlsd physician until her health is Improved. their names for sleeping car space and table. Kvetylttlng Porters Dr. Bailey reports Mrs. Betsy Yea- - state on which train they will want to meet all trains, hf Hoi'lntf sush Irtialneu resallons will prort luutusl' plcauul ly Unettslal and ger very poorly at her fathers, John go. Any Information coeeriuuy ntr- IMltl.CTOILS Spoonamore's. E. A. White ucd wife nisbed on application to any agent, or YOUR ACCOUNT ! are taking in the camp meeting at Wll to G. W. Harney, dlv. pass. agent.Lex- Wllllami, J.J. Illey, Sr., J.s.Ullllamiioish, more and visiting relatives. Is duo and rend) for )ou. and ou nr Ington, Ky. A. W. Oirnter, rciuvstid tu Mrs. Cyntha Bland, aged 82, died at W. Monon Route, Steamer "Manltou"to her sons, J. P. Bland's, Monday. Her J. P. I.ymi. ! Harb. II. lisTiks remains were Interred In tho Lancas Mackinac, Potoskey, Charlevoix, J. V. Cash, bor Springs, Bay View, etc. Tho trip II. Owsley. J. This menus VUt If sou ou u.e ter cemetery Tuesday. Sho was a memsuperb OrrlCUW ber of tho Baptist cbnrch and a' good, Is without an equal; safo and or 1 H. CHEER. Stanford. Ky. S. II. bhanks. 1'irsideiit; christian woman. She leaves ono son steamer. Tickets returning dl'ect J, II. Uwsleir, Cashier; via Lako Huron and Detroit. Sldctrlps and several grand children to mourn W. M. IUUhl, Al tahlr. through Lako Superior. Write E. II. her departure. Bacon, district passenger agent, LouisItKMAKK.UII.l: uiscu:. ville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK V011 Mrs Michael Cumin, llaludeld. 111., mateithe your Win and Morris e. For alllfolnti. Monday. Ruv. T. II. Coleman Ailed his pulpit hero and at Mt. Salem both Saturday and Sunday. Rev. V. R. Davidson camo up from Somerset nnd preached W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain I BO 'Kill TICKETS BOLD. I1AU0AOE CHECKED THIUlUOn. For an Information enquire ol OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. m ! LOADER, Iy FARM FOR SALE n 10-2- 1, Vigor B. G. FOX, ff .'- m R. A. JONES, re-or- RoVM- against alum Baking Powder Safeguards the food J. S. MURPHY, FIRE, LIFE y, CCIIDIEILSrT INSURANCE. Sltl r i' I -- Men - J. T. SUTTON, -- tlCw.O-si- rrvj-rrt- -- Mason Hotel tirsl-clas- s. r r. Solicits Your Bank Account, 0 Courl-IIot- lly Settle It At Once Just Like a Mill. m..iw.wn suteineot that she caught which settled on cD)('BOHrHtfgiUHMV'IUll''Y((a The Favorite Line IsOTJTSVrLIal CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, 10th and Ilroadway. Un- lly pliTiUltu, hut crew wore. lie told her she was a uopfieM wctiui 01 cunsuriiiiuon. aim idsi no hiedlciue cuuld cure her. Her UruKxlil sugcetted she for Cuiisuiuntlon. lr Kins'. New Uiught a hotlle and to her delight luiind hersrlf beiielHted fruui ihe Urst dm She conllaaed its ux and after taking si hotlles.tound btrwlf sound and well, now des her own housework, and Is ss well as she ever ws.---lr- e trisl bottles of this Ureal liiscorery at I'tnny's Iirug Store. Ouljr 30 rcuia auu ri.uj, esery iiouie Kuaraniceu. Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho Chosapcako & Ohio has made a rato of one and d fare on the certificate plan to Atlantic City for the meeting of tho American Hotneopatlho Inone-thir- STOKV OK A SLAVE. T l Imimd ham! and tint for Ttiri by the . chains ofdlseaM Is Ihe worst fnnuol slavery, Mich , tells how audi 1 1. WIUUius.ofMsnihe.ler, "My wife has a slate was made free, lie saysi ...t, .,. iiriiilivs for lire yrsre that she could not luru ever lu bed alone. Afier using Itwo bullies of I.Uxtrlc Hitters, she is aou.terfully ui prowl ami shle to do her own work ' This supreme remedy nulckly cures ueriouiners, for feiusle sleeiileKSiirM, melancholy, hradscbr, (attache, IhU miracle woiklnit filulliigaud dlsiy iiiedulue la a godsend to cuk, sickly, run down people. Esery Iwltlr guaranteed. Duly 60 tents. Sold by l'euuy, the Druggist. dlsos tills A Family Carriage stitute which meets there Juno l'Jth to 21th. Tho C.'& O has through sleep Passenger desiring information and ers to Philadelphia and Now York rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, sebraska without change. Bo sure your ticket and points in the far West, including Calreads vu tho Cbcsapeako & Ohio Ry. ifornia, should address Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, LexFrank J. lice A, Gen. l'aoi. Agt , ington, Ky. K. II. Hacou, Dis. Pass. Agt. Gen. Mgr. Dlir vi.iou uiude clear, stjes removed uud Charles II. ltnckwcll Truffle Mgr. ginniiluted lid or oro uji of any kind lR't'dlly uud elTeetually cured by the uo of hutlivrlund'a Kngle Rye Halve. It's put up In tubes, und sold on guaruuteu. I'or sain ut Penny's Drug Eton ' THE At Philadelphia a mulo kicked a SYSTEM. boy's ear oil as clean us u knlfo would MOTH'S bavo cut It, but a surgeon sowed on tho member again, and it Is growing sT.NETlCATnB bick In good shape B8$aSs Queen & Crescent lug nnd elcjMtit Mtrrcys. It is for II years. It Is belter supplied now wlti iliiuM'ellcd for workiuanililp, durahllitjr and comfort, and will lacUllles for transacting bustueM promptly and libgive mure tiallofnclion fo generally than sser before In Us long aud honorahls eral fumily list than oilier Wo are selling carter. Accuunls of lodlflduals, Bduclarita.Srmi iimiIo them Cheap and Fast, cur-rla- Corn to tnku it Priil a Kicliiincv In in l:iuj;licrty's abop In eluiiford and get lu esrliunpo Plour and Meal Vou cut also but Plour, Meal, hhlii- Caj-lUStack S.00,003. Surplus, W.6S3 1 stulf Urn i. t.'lilckin peed, Ac, 'hrak-- r ut l in) plaro tliiin nny wtiero In tuwu. , trial I Ivfleve my exrhanga will la nil I nk This Institution crhtlually established as the !" a gtxxl thing for farmers and I lcili;e lllwr-- ul po.lt lUnk of Staufold In IsM, then reorganized ai trunsiictloiit and full welKht My gmxli a !lx lllter Holler from the National llauk ufhlantord In 1MJ andafalc room und ur lluddernr Mills first clax.. tlOIIUIS I'ltKK. That combines bvntitv und rtoranlied aa the Klrst National liank ol Stauford Ttlephouu No. Gt. comfort with convenience, Is one of our will made, easy rid lnlS42,hashadpracllially auuuluurriij'iedeilst-enc- Or'STAKrOltP. KV. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokij, Kv., B. K. Opp. Wearen and indlildusli solicited. P. lleid, Uncolu Co.; & Son, S.T. Harris, DIKICTOtt, Stanford, Kv. J.W. lUydeu,blsnrord b. II. llausbuiau, ROUTE Central Holiness Camp. Wllmore, July btu to Klfh. Ticket will! bo sold via tbo Queen & Crescent Routo July 7 to IS from all stations. Dry Rldgo to Somcraet Included, tat 11 fare or the round trip,. Good to July 18th. Sco agents for particulars. Horso show, fair and carnival, Lqx- Low rates via Queen Inpton, Aug. iSc Crescent routo from all points In Kentucky dally Aug. 2, good to return tho 14th Inst. Greatest show Lexington has ever had. Don't fall to attend. Ample room for all excursionists. 2. " ' J.S. Hocker, " W.H McDoel, WEAK ErESA UK MADE STIUJM1, W.I'. Wallou M , D.Klniore, " blauford. t r. In KecclviiiK Ills Spring X: 11111, W. A. TrlbhU, Summer Goodh. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Vice-I'res.- J.IICollIsr.CrabOrih'd M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernou orrlcaat. J. J. McltoUrts Cs.ul.r, Southern Railway GffiWF J S. HocLsr, 1'rwldent; A A McKlunss As.UtsnICsbler. Epworth League International Meeting, Indianapolis, July 20th -- 23d Finest trains In the South travel dally via the TO FARMERS. furnl.hed ury time. All kinds of Puriilturo aud any plvcu or klud of lluruesa ou want. Cull on 3 I). H. UAHI'KNTEIt. IH'STONVlLLr, Kv. Ollvur Chilled Plots uud ltvutlra. Malta Cultivator. Iiest In the world. DourluK Koll aud Hull Hearing Hinders. Det-rluHull uud Hall Hearing Mower. Mojtr Huckboarda uud Hiikkv- Harden Plows and Double eiiuteta. Will pay market prlco fur Wool, h'ueks JX.jMcGJjAJY t ' EIGHT GREAT STATES -- m THE EAUI.E. KINU Of ALU U1IIUS, Kentucky, Ttsnuessen, VlrKlnU, Georgia North and rJoulli t'urollou, Aluuuma, MUalaaliipl. Through Sleeping Cars Between Louisville hoi the South. THREE DAILY TRAINS ford county boy, smoked u cigarette Cadb way batween Louisville and Lexington bug for every telephone. whllo driving a load of hay. Sparks r. A, TUUIC, O. I. A., William Haywood, a Springfield, O., set Bro to tho hay and burned It, toWashington, D. O. blacksmith, bus fallen heir to $100,000 gether with tho wagon, and the horses W. II. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. Louisville, Ky but ho still shoes, horses. ran away badly damaging tnemscivoi. will sud tremendous energy'" not fouud where Momaih. User, Kldu)sand llowalsareoul sue ufurder If ou want thewiualilw and the HUs. UUi A Chicago doctor has discovered .wsiheybilug,uw lr. Klug's Nw body. Only u! bralu and 1 hey develop esery eight varieties of dangerous bacilli In Oc at I'euuv s dru store. m tho mouth pieces of 10 dltlerent teleBen Chandler, n 14 year old Wood- phones, averaging u trltlo less than ouo a Is noted fur Its keen sight, clear uud dls tlnet vl.lou. Ho are those wrMjus who use buthvrlunU's I'jisleKre Hulvufor weuk cm. aljes, aorue)caof uny kind or grauulated ma. com ut rviiuy ut cents. HIsMAItCK'ii lltON NEIIVE Was Iha result of his splsudld hiulth. Indoiull-abl- e QUEEN&CRESCENT Route to Cincinnati. Only one change to Indianapolis. Liberal return limits on tickets via the Queen & Crescent at one fare for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. Jr Au'd Hllllug topjy top prices tu cash for Chickens, L'kk, IVuthem. Ducks,' Uetsu, Turkuya. Oluseug, Vullow Itoot, lleva Wax, UldiMof all kluds, Copper, Hraaa. Irou uud lloues. Also will Imi In tliu uiurktt for wool. bco ma aud got my iirlco hefuru sclllug, uud eel spot cash, Call at my heudiuartera, Vrrlu li Pence's OlUce, uuar Deiait. b'tun- ltUllirVbO. ford, Kyi Aud Dealer in HABN2.8S, SADDLBBY, STANFOItD, KY. 0.,