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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 18, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899071801_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 18, 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. XXV11I HEWS OF THE VICINAGE, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY UHCASTER. I 18. 1800 10 A. M. NO. 40 fX?hCT LAND AND STOCK. SKXATOH OOKUKL It. Knox MAtCHS UMIMIATIC STO.N'K'S Mm. HobcrtKlkln, need 1CK1, died nt ins lawior, her homo In Madlwin county, Funton In tho nnmo of n now l'uluKl Chwle llnystnn, of Chluugo. I j. a. unysinti, for with it low j j. C. j0ir)l,n bought of J. (JO i.niie uiiristmn API faoolrtv poMofflcenndF. M.KIddlspoitrauitor. a thrco w' moet mi!i Mr. M. I). Hughes vs til ImlM London Mason Suturdny uflernoon. itory brick business building at that : "'.mo !lac0l I ! ciuo,-n"" s. watson, y. that A. " Watson Drue Co., Atlanta, girl at till ' Tolbcrt Marlln ha another wero among our visitor Iat week. . Hats to Suit Kvcrj IkiiIt. t.l viiiinm,wK-- . wlfo of A. J.i l'al'hlrg vegetation was treated to a icfreshltig shower thl (Monday) Grundv. died at Lebanon of Intlama- -, morning, nnd tho sign nro fuvorahle tlon of tho bowels. of T. V. For. for plenty of rain, but It I too lato for John W. Forrlll, father 11 tho early corn. rill, a Somerset merchant, died at a A. D. Ford say that tho nomination rlpo old ago lal week. newspaper. of Klder JohnS Sweeney by tho re ! The three story brick buslnc house publican for auditor will During tho convention and since, I loo tho tickat London owned by tho Farrlt', which et more llupilat than It will gain from havo denied the statement that I over cot Jtl.OoO, was sold under thu hammer tlio'o of his persuasion. promised Mr. Stone, or anyone, else, to for M.ooo. withdraw from tho contest for the nomJailor David Itoss, who I very cau- at 3 .10. Capt. Jooph Garrard ha opened a tious und watchful, concluded J that Flro destroyed ono of W C. Whlt-ncj- 's ination and nominate him; and Mr. at London and expects something was recruiting otllco :s going on wrong and bad men from floe bat n on Long Island, and Woodson, who was tho only intermeto cnlUt a number of tho searched tho cell. Ho found two or killed some 'JO lino horses. Including diary between Mr. Stono and myself, Alpine Hats, I!ai road Hats, Clay county. and who Is fully cognUant of all Hint ;. boy, thrto saw, and thus prevented 'ho eoveral racers. William Agec, n of tho prisoner. An Insect I playing havoc with the occurred between Mr. Stone and my-ccommitted sulcldu In Madlon county, has repeatedly staled In hi newsAttorney Imils L. Walker say that whsal crops In South Dakota. Ono by hanging hlmsolf In hi father' barn. when , Charles Marcut Hanna's namo farmer loi a crop of 10 acres and oth paper, tho Owcnsboro thai affected hi mind. Tho hot weather no such agreement wa made. was mentioned for an office, nt tho ers report similar Ioei. II. Million, of MndUon, Lexington convention. Senator Doboo Brown Hats, Pearl Hats, Illack Hals; in fact almost any hat wanted. Squlro Green There Is nothing better known than O. P. Huffman bought of George a. who I S3 and ha been a magUtrato tin and all thu revenue men voted for him, tho fact that before the convention conWood and Jame-- i Popples some a dor threo State constitution, suffered fearing that liu was kin to tho original vened and during It pi ogress, I repeat4 jc and of V K. Trlb-biheifers ut it paralytic stroke at hit homo In edly nnd publicly refused to make such Murk Huimu, but a soon a, the con u bunch of hogs at .'He. trary was ascertained, ho wa snowed San Patricio county, Texas shipped n ngreemuni. Tho warehouse of N. II. l'utnam nt under. I wish to say now thut nny statement tho llrst balo of cottoi of tho now seaLebanon, was completely dutroud by Mr. Jacob Notiu, aged Cl years, son on tho Kith, to Houtton. This I mado by nnyono whomsoever, that I lire. It wa insured. Tho IVank I'ehr died at her home near Ilryantsvlllo on over promised to withdraw, or In anyHruwlng boue wa burned and u large bund a) afternoon of ptrulysls. She tho earllutt bale on record. F. P. UIbIio, sold in I) N. Prewltt wise suggested that I would withdraw belonging to Foster wu a sister of Gen I). It. Collier, and brick building and Sidney Dunbar I0J barrel of now from the contest for tho nomination and Itay. oD would nominate Stone, Is untrue. Tho was a most estimable lady. Funeral corn at 1.'0 and bought of o-SeasProf. L. C. J. IJ. Walton, of Colorado Springs, sort-lewill be conducted at thu roil-d- Hosley u hornless ball agreement that was mado between Mr calf for 30. ha beon engaged a principal of the no ihl, Mondu ufternoon and the Cornelius Vanoy, sold to K. P. Stono and myself related, a Mr. WoodI.ubanon ll fgh School for tho ensuing remains will lie burled at Pleasant Wood 10 late Jannary pigs that aver- son hai stated, wholly to tho organizayear. I'rof. Walton U n brothor-ln-lnGrot e church. aged 101, lb, at .'I :i(J. Ha- - nn. body put tion of tho convention; and, a Mr (Joints Must lie Sold. Loots For lourtclf and ii cousin of Mr. Theodore Farrand Bom, republicans hero olalm to be moro oouon nas niso said, it was In every than that on pigs In that time 'i of Hd I tor Walton, of tho Stanford More that their ticket will win. Verity Wm. Hunton, of McAfee, made 1 conference with Mr. Stono oxpressly I.STKRIOIt JOUHSA!.. Lebanon Kaler-prit raa a A1 W' this I n redaction on their political bushel of wheat to the aoru, and sold stated that tho matter of tho nomina- m Ml I raguclty. The nomination of Klder his crop of 1,100 bushel Monday, to tion limn bo dotormlncd In and by tho fourth-ola- s Tho olty of I'lnovllU, tho John S. Sweeney will bo itiiutttelutit to Cogar A Co , at TO cant. Harrodsburi' convention. munlolpallty of which wo hate all IMirtfy thu entire Mr. Stono told me, und his friends ma' of political cor- Democrat. I no ii boon o proud, say tho Courier, ruption, and the church I too sacred to The Advocate says thutKxCongres-ma- n told my friends, that If ho could not be more. Hy action of the council tho become entangled In political affair. Satisfaction Gu iranteed. nominated be and they preferred ray A. II. Montgomery has bought coriwralo limit were reduced till there Judge J. C. Hemphill ha purohu-o- d tho eulebrated Camp Dick Robinson nomination and would do all they could U not now enough of tho territory left Irvine Miller's lumo and lot on Kal farm in Garrard at JtrJ (IS an acre, or u to bring my nomination about. I said on whleh to whip a doc or to" ralo a Itlchmond Avonue, ami will build to Mr. Stone, and I hnvo no doubt my total of 8 J 1,000. dltlurbunco. , handsomo residence. Our friends said for me, that If I could not Vincent C. Cromwell, tho Hurrodiburg, died J.L. Slavln. of Look for Younelf; Trll Your Friends. during this year will trolling horo breeder of Fayellocoun bu nominated wo picforred the nominaWednesday evening nt the homo of hi amount to ut leant 950,000 and thu boom tion of Mr. Stono and would do all thut ly, died at Jacksonville, III., as tho . Kolaru. stepdaughter, Mr. Geo. t still on. Six store rooms, a hotel, tin rOrflllt of lll!lrll4 ri'nnll'i.il ht litttn.. wo could to bring It about. Hut Ihei o Ho wa In tho Will yea of his age, and wa not mado by me, nor for me, to oora house and 17 now residence will throw, (rou a bvf,ey i0 Jears ai;o. for 23 yearn had been a resident of have been completed when Jack Frost Thu largest dairy in tho world Is 14 anyone at any time, any promise, sughaving moved there from arrives. Harrodburg, Shirts, Pais, Underwear and Fine l'ants. tSJMuits Cleaned and I'rcsscd.lBS miles from Newark, X. J tho mini- gestion or Intimation, either expressed Garrard county. Ho wa a member of Capl. Louis Landram reports u pleasor Implied, that I would In anywise, or Presbyterian church and of ant time at thu editor' convention, and mum numberof cows kept bclug 1,000. to any tho Flrt extent, ubato my efforts to bo The pioprletor runs a runch in Iowa tho order of Masonry and tho Knights that ho has good to Induce for the special purpose of supplying nominated. of Honor. The deceased was tho them to hold the noxt meeting here. Hy of Mr, .lames S. Cbrlnnao, of that time our hutol and other building hi dairy with cows, HUSTONVILLE. J. II. Haggln, tho California multiDanville Advocate will be completed und wo trill bo premillionaire, has purchased the Mulr Our ball team was defeated 1G to 10 8c Co , 136, L. pared to entertain tho in In royal stylo. farm near Mulr's Station In Fayotto by tho Crab Orchard boys hero SaturMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Comu on boys, aud the gates of the county of 2ii0 aero ut $100 per acre. day. William Payne, aud Mis Mary Floyd city, which ha furnished so many gov- Mr. Haggln own lu ono truct in Call- Tho drouth which had become diswere married at M. J. Murphy's l'rl-du- ernors and stulosmon, will open wldo fornlu Isl',000 acres. tressing was alleviated to a certain exto reculte you. I lii'Tenneseo Is soverc. tent Sunday afternoon by a suvcio ll but been truly said thai men, like Tho drouth Is small und Louis W. Holllday, son of a Chicago The corn crop Irlh potu-- I storm and rain which laid tho dust and millionaire, wa fatally shot by his wlfo dogs aud nation, have their day. They toes u fullurc. Tho cotton crop Is email cooled tho atmosphere for a short time. approach the heights of ambition and, ' tkilf In Vlmn at St. Louis. Mr. E. C. Hopper, ofj. Covington, umv t,rv rwitwt Inn if 4IViti ltUMtt;' !. hwuitiviuiit uracil Hcnrv Howard, a widower of "s, was win e reiiciiinL' o.ii 10111.. ! sumo cucr Ult ' Var Cent and grasshoppers have spent several day with hi daughter. I.n.l Ul.ml nl,l,.nt. full l. .Wo Sell., married ut Wcsohcster, N. Y to Miss Mr. W. M. Bogle and wife, of OwcnsrPhlt fi(iiiM vi'lth mitll injured tho tobacco crop tul In itill Lucy Gaines, IS. was boro, arc tho gucisof.Mrs.Chloo Ilosle. I mock Knglnecr 1. 15. Klffoy and Mis Lena congressional, State and National rcc. ''n tbo yterduy and very Utile Mr. J. L. Conway loft for hlsjhomo In daughter of John II. Leo, o Our friends furnish a verlllcatlon of tho tho pretty or U' Ur' Laww, ouul" a Wichita, Kan., Sun Jay, but his wlfo assertion. You can recall throe, In this ?ema1nU Somerset, wero married last week. u u u v. u ui jvuiiiiiK siuura at 5i uuu will remuln with her parents, Mr. nud and adjoining counties, within the lint Mrs. Samuel Held, tho rest of tbo tun. Harry Armstrong, of Cincinnati, Is i sonio butcher caitlo sold nl .Ii to II k year, who uro living witnesses. In jail charged with having three livTho horso and mulo market wu dull. mer. "33" Our cltUons are justly Indignant over W. II. Wearen, of tho Stauford Itol-lu- r ing wive. Ho only 22 years old. J. W. Alien ha bought of V. U. many pistol shot wero thu fuel that Mills, who has heard tbo farmers Morsi hi huu so und lot In Hustonvlllo Hoy Sutton, of Lincoln, III., killed tired uguln Saturday night. Now, of hi sweetheart, Lcona Kluierc, und then com sv, there. U no malice In this, but, talk, say thut the average, wheal yield for il, 000. Mr. Morse, as jet, la un shot hlmolf not fatally, unfortuiiutc- - if the bojs could soo ihuiiiiolvos u this yuur Is nine bushels. It. G. Denny, decided whero ho will locate. Tho who had In I130 acres, mado about that people hero uro reluctant to give them IV. others sue ilium, they would abandon average. If you need a Machine call in, wu can suit Jim. Iku Phillips uveruged 21 up, as they have mado many friends MIbh Mary Orndoril, daughter of J. thu practice. It neltlinr u mark of In oi. r midst. Mr. Mary It. Grocn It. Orndoril und formerly of this place, Intolligunco nor valor. II. M, Hallou bushels on it small Hold. Ityley & Stewart, of Pluckard, loft for Mllldulo Thursday, whero sho will bo married at Livingston on the wants tho mllllla ordurotl out, but tho HIG-G-IN2t)th to Hugh Huyden, a druggist of county judge propose to put thosherllT bought u cur of now wheat from A. D. will visit Mrs. J. G. Weathorford. Mrs. Chu. W. Clements, of Lebanon, 02 pouudsulOoccnt. that place. und a number of special deputies on Collins that tctcd wu shipped to Newport Now for Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary P. MIsh Mary F.stollo.slster of tho poputheir trail, a tho penalty under a com- It lar commercial tourist, Clay Muni, will monwealth wai rant, will have a ten- oxortund tva tho first shipment of Jone. J Walker Pinkerton, of your become Mrs. 11. C. Horr at tho homo dency to put un und to such violations. now wheut made ovur tho it., N., I. !tt city, Isttith his parents here, tjulto sick. Miss Lena Yowcll Is back from It. road. Jessamine Journal. of her mother, Mr. Carrie Clay Hunt, A M. Fryc, of Hustonvlllo, hu n a visit tu her brothor-a- i Klkton. lllnM.VItCK el 1IKI.S M.IIVi: in Lexington July 27. Wa. Ilia iwiill ill liU iliiiilli lnullli". In.l.juilt-slitprolltlo owe. Shu had two owe lambs In wlU.uU trviiiii'luiis rmryy rv nut fuuiiil While being Initialed in lo tho OLD wIimvMuiiimIi 1.1m r, KIJin').uul lti TO areimt March of lust yuur, another in October CHKAP KXCUKSION Jamestown Tent of;o Maccabees, Itoy Munlrr iruu nuul llirw iiiiililni anil lli POINT COMFOHT. iliy lulug. mw Pr Muii'. Nvw J.llt. 111W and this spring presented him with a Torry wa crippled for.iltfo und has i nry urrul linilu mxl Lulf. duly owo and buck lamb, u total of live In It llirjr s lriH iluir. ugulnsl iho.todgo. brought Ohio railway will laV at Tho Chesapeake it mouth. Tho owusborn in March havo suspendedsuit u ropojwhleh was Ho was by fustoa run It second oxcurslon from Lexing Tho Chicago Tribune p. Inls revi.ed also increudou ins iiock or lamb ouo cd to the colllngand It broke, letting ton to Old Point Comfort, Vu.,onTuo-day- . figure gathered from corrcpondont Ring In the new each. HlBg ont tto old him fall, injuring his spine. July 23th. Tlokot will bo 15 for throughout thu country showing u los PJng out the fdiss Ring In the truo " I. M. Hrucc, whocumo from Cincingood going on both Thu commissioner of Internal revetho ruund-trh- ), of 141 llyes resultant from tho lust 4th nati yestcrduy morning, say theio wero We trlns to you the new and true from ths morning und evening regular train, of July cclobratlou. Somu of these died 1,1100 cattle, 1,000 hog und 1,500 sheep nue has Issued a clrculur absolutely plney forests of Norway returning 'Jl days. Stop-ove- r from placing stumps und July 4, other from Injuries received on tho Monday's market, tho dry prohibiting banks will bo grunted utuny station Kat of thon. Lockjaw caused thu death of 83 wcuthcr having driven thorn In from all on uhecus when presented unstamped und requiring 'ihcm to return the Kunuwhir Full on round tnp. Old HKMfflffiirw sections contiguous. Over tbo K. C. ouloflll. tu thu drawers. Point Comfort offer moro attraction 2:i cur loads of cuttlo wero taken. checks ulono Pins-Tar-Hon- ey VOLCANIC KIILITIONS daughter of Du!d A 12 year-olthl year than over boforo.. lloing tho Ars graiul, but Skin Itruplloiu ruli life of Joy George New bolt tells us that from 11 Crlswoll,u Curtor'icouoty fur,mur Is naval base during our Ilmklru Arulci nanuiuru inrni ai iia, most,proinlncnt , I1U, Ksluua, Curua. owe ho raised this year, 20 lamb, kept auil I dtl huin, Llit-r.wur with Spain, It i lilting that mo Want, till., IltulHw. Ilurui, biaMi, Cluwl out throe, sold 17 Juno 23 ui Cio for dead, and other members of tho family Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by aHLS uu Ulilltilalui lkt science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlvo captured ship und trophle should bo ll.ii.lt. out J'jiu.aU'l Aili a. 1'ilo cursrl. atatlli. SOU. Tho IT lambs woro tho product of uro seriously III ,c from eating bread OutyW Iwi Dilvt. had been mysteriously K)isoucd. Cure for coughs, colJs and all Inflamed surfaces brought llioro. A number of our war Cur Kuarauttvl. uU r IVnuy lbs lHuml.t, nluocwes, which shcurcd II vo iounds which of tho Lungs and Qronchial Tubes. veol uro now at Norfolk uuvy yard. Tho second Uro ui Uallulln, Tonn., In eiwb of wool In May, was sold ut 20c, Tho tolld g6ldktutuiu of Maude Ad Lungs are exhilaTho sore, weary cough-worurns, to bo cast und sunt by tho Stuto No other trip offer iuoh u diversity of making a total return of $72 from tho mucus Is cut out ; the rated j the microbe-bearin-g shore, river u week destroyed $75,000 worth of nine owe, or $3 on each one for tho of Colorado to bo exhibited at tho Purls pleasure, mountains, sou cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed originated In u buy shod. KxKsitlon, will require 1,200 pouud und ocean, at docs a trip to Old Point property. It membranes are healed and soothed so that thers principal block destroyed Is thut ycur. Lebanon Kntcrprlso. of gold avolodupols. Com toil. Send tu jour namo ut ncco Tho Is no Inclination to cough. . of tho Tompkins Opera House. Tho Capt. William A. Andrews, who Geo. for uleoplng car reservation,1. Admiral Dewey's salary amounts lo SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Is also burnuJ, but tho mall Harney, Dlv. Pus. Agent, Lexington, posiolllco $37.5o u day, Prosldont MuKluloy's Is started across the Atlantic ocean Juno Bottloa Only. 25o., 60o. and $1.00 SlaM woro saved. Fow of tho and records cquul to 8131 a duy. cabinet olllcors, 18 lu u bout 12 feet lung, wu picked up BE SURE YOU GET merchants saved uuy of tholr stock of tho vlco president and th) speaker of exhausted about 730 miles from tho At Anderson, Iud., a 10th child wa goods. Dr. OiH'i Ftae-Tir-fcUaary. ItdTsaulrKiid Ptruucrolrrllrl tbo houso get $22.22 a day, Senator Irish coast. to ffrlD Mil as cooati android. Itma'bi born to Mr. Waller Kill. Tho futhor An Amurlcun firm has secured an Congressmen $13.1)0 und tho chief U. A. Uetuu. Chicago now has a trolley (uncial and nk lasaa MnBC.-U- n. a 60 year of ago und tho mother 43, a Uusli.i for tho mourners justlcu of tho United States supremo order for 13 locomotives for uso on rail, record which I attracting a great deal I car, with sablo oars ways Id Fiuland. court, $20 a day. FOR SALE AT PENNY'S DRUG STORE. to follow la. attention. " ""i'i"-'- t TUB Somerset l'aragon prBirj ,v. i urn n- - fat hogs at ajo. Montlu Fox bought of V. II. Trajlor slop cattle atll to Ho. C. W Naneo sold to a Mcrcor county parly MO mountain cwus at 81.23. ,ot of South down buck, good one, W. W. Lyon. Mi. Salem. for sale Wood Walker, of Garrard,bought a bull nnd four Shorthorn cows In Indl nnn for Ji.200. Tho Uourbon Stock Yard. Louisville, will build a 10,000 horse barn, to be completed Aug. 15. Squire Sam Johnson, of tho Cump Dick Robinson section, averaged IS bufthol of wheat on 100 acre. Powell fc Uarpur delivered to Wilkinson & Allen c bunch of fat hogs at :ijc and bought of N. W. Pipe u bunch ni In rnttltrtniin In nn Itifiirnnl nl nVinti , -.. ..' Z innue ny u. u. stcaloy nl Waihlnglon and published In tho Cincinnati Kn- qulrcrihat at sorao time during tho I """ IltAL OK 1'AIT. CMAItOIW. I 1 recent Kentucky Democratic Stnto Convention Senator Gncbcl tirnmlsed Mr. Stono to withdraw from the contest for tho nomination for governor and nominate him. tho Senator says over his signature: I have passed unnoticed whatever has appeared upon this subject In republican newspapers. I deem It proper not to pass unnoticed any such statement In n recognized democratic I HATS! II 1:1 m HATS HATS I I I i I I Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, I I if, Mcsi-ongcr- 1 Stetson Ha.ts H. ! i I I high-grad- e o J. M'ROBERTS. u o I Sale I e. $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. well-kno- We Need The Cash pro-pi'O- U sto-fath- 1HB GLOBB, 'Phone J. Frohman Danville. y. LOOK ! , i Ml-- ,, "; r" 1 ' New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Bldridge Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. S 1 & McKINNEY. s a i1im-Ui- IViil-y'- "moae&m ' DR. BELL'S m d uuu-nln- g JK2 'aaHHlHBI lS91aaH n Mm JMMVFflP.tp.sl"'t Mr -- f- -- .. T wm& THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. K.y., - July 18. 1899 wTpTwalton. DEMOCRATIC TICKET for For OotftBOF, WILLIAM r.OEHEU IJtiitenint llomnor. For .lorny J. C. W. 11ECK1IAM. Heneral, (JUS U.J. MHXKIXRIDUF, For Amlltor, 0 COULTKU. S. W.HAfiF.U. For Sertary ol Slate, 0. IHIEI'K HIM. . For Suwrlntf mlmt of PiiMIe Initrurllon. HAUKV JICCHESNEV. For Commltslonr of Agriculture, 10X B. XALL-Fo- r ItallrotfJ Coninilalonr, C (' MH'llOKl). For l!MireeiiUUf , M. F. NORTH. for Treamrer, convention at machine, tho Lexington dared not do qthcrwlso than endorse Gov. Bradley's administration. Tho creatures who are in tho saddle now hato him, but they fear him. They know a blast from his bugle will be worth many thousands of votes for their ticket of tricksters, nonenltles and un. The republican ticket Is very satis-- f known quantities. Head and shoulders APtnrv to the republican Post at Louls above any man in his party in Ken- . vlllo and It fairly goes Into conniption tucky in ability, manliness and tbeoth-,- over tho nomination 01 conductor ttriVint.p that fo to make a states Throckmorton for commissioner of man, ho fought almost single handed agriculture. If tho ticket wero for years and finally led the republicans composed entirely of L. & N. em to victory for the first time In a Stato ployees, It would suit tno rosi oener, naturally and really largely democrat- Vim. na thn nominees all wear L. fc N. ic. No sooner was ho Installed as gov- collars, it congratulates and reiterates ernor than there was a concerted at- its congratulations to the republicans tempt by those who were jealous of his on their excellent work at Lexington. leadership to discredit him as leader, Can any democrat read" tho Post now but igno and have tho least doubt ttiat it is as and those ambitious, rant and designing plo hunters, strongly republican as Its contemporary have succeeded apparently in turning tho Louisville Commercial? him down. That they will make a mess IN nominating a railroad conductor of It no ono doubts, not oven themselves the and it Is for that reason that they tried for commissioner of agriculture way to placate Gov. Bradley, republican machine made Itoclf the In every well as contempt. whose only fault seems to have been nM..r nf rlillculn as man ho did not want tho Stato disgrac- Throckmorton Is a good railroad that for U. S. Sen- doubtless, but what ho doesn't know ed by Gum Shoe Hunter of the ator and was opposed to having such about agriculture and tho duties fill a o'lllcohe was nataed for would thrust upon, tho honors could Deboe. His enemies seem rnlnmn larger than his train owns a farm, to have triumphed for a season and Ig- draw. They claim that ho him for tho norant and unworthy pie hunters ap- but that no more qualifies of a watch hlra, but ho office than tho ownership pear to bo preferred over laughs best who laughs last and If the mnkoalilm a comnctent watchmaker. recognised governor does not finally come out on Tho L. & N. had to bo will havo though, and tho machlno did it regardtop his fighting qualities of tho nomichanged. Ho represents the decent less of tho ridiculousness republicans and is tho nation. element of the brains of tho party in Kentucky, which THE Bible speaks of that good tlmo without his active aid would soon acomlng when swords shall be bcaton disappear In a Kilkenny cat fight for Into plow shares and spoars Into tho spoils. pruning hooks and tho nations of earth wt.iv j. s. Sweeney, who has been innrn nf war no more forever. That pastor for 23 years of tho Paris Chris good timo sepms really to bo getting tian church, which Old ueatnen nar-l- hero too, when wo read a dlspatcn tellIn Mooro once remarked, stood on a ing that "50 bronze cannons.captured crust over hell than any church Cuba, arrived at Hamburg tho other thinner they he know of, has In his old age gotten hv nn thnir wav to Silesia, where be the political bee In his bonnet and act- will be sold to the bell foundries to ually accepted tho nomination for audi- cast Into church bells." tor from the republican machine which THE sraallness and petit jealousy In was in action last week In Lexington. tho mako up of Gen. Alger Is shown Thpm miiv ha another reason for his ho Issued orders to his acceptance besides tho Itch for ollico In tho fact not to recognize Gon. Miles that every man ol his party leeis iuu as tho legal head of tho war departunlmlolty of his lust call o tho pastor-Btas tho law makes him In tho in far from as cordial and unani ment both of tho secretary and his asmous as formerly and ho may feel that present. Gen. Alger .,. u U1U9V i.w innkini . nut for a lob. He sistant, as at 11U for he will should atono as much as posslblo lMmlM himself If he thinks his sin by resigning the position he get It from the republican party, how- has brought Into discredit. n ever. Tho ticket nominated at was not named with tho expecTHE Franklin Favorite denies that tation of being elected. Tho cut and wo speak with authority when wo say dried program was carried out to snow th.it ii.hn ithon will bti retired from the powers that bo who snouiu uisu out I Congrcs and says "thero is not a man tho Federal patronage In Kentucky. in thuThlrd district who could carry Mr. Sweeney is a good preacher and ovqr one of tho 10 counties it contains stands high In bis ohurch. Ho will airalnst hlra." Perhuos not, but then mako a failure as a polltclan and par-ha- 'again tho Favorlto may bo mistaken. die with dl.appolntra.ent like old Ithea hadn't degenerated inlo a tin Horace Greeley. horn politician when tho last raco was W. It. Hamsey, won. IT is said thM Hon. of London, Is not at all pleased with It comes pretty straight that tho re the way tho convention at Lexington publicans will pursue a still hunt plan general, turned him down for attorney of campaign and that Taylor will do- to placate a candldato for governor.and cllno to meet Mr. Goobol on tho stump. is doing a llttlo Directive kicking. Ho This shows that the Butler county man lays tho blame of his defeat somewhat has moro sonso than his looks Indicate. n to Judge Boreiug and ho will got Ho knows at least when ho Is well-ofwith him by entering tho congressional raco against tilm next year. KuiTOit Hudson, of tho Barbourvlllo a Rood speaker, a man of Puthflnilnr. announces that he has Itamsey much ability and popular wherever he chanced his politics, but tho announce nnrtv. that Is to SUV. mont Is unimportant slnco somo people 1. ...;... 1. kiiu. Illi I"" w . tho machine, made a ml.take In not change their politics as often and moro nominating him for tho ollico h asked. easily than they do their shirts. Tin: editor of tho Frunkfort Argus It was about tlmo that tho adminisshows by roculllng tho hl.tory of tration should send a real soldier to the for tho last 23 years, that no Philippines in the person of Gen. single nomination for governor or hurd-l- y Wheeler. Otis seems Ui bo making a for any Stato olllce, has uoon mudo boteli of subduing the Filipinos. without tho cry of eombbniitlon, fraud, POLITICIANS AND P0LTICS, trickery uni bribery. 'TIs truo and pity 'tis truo, but it will doubtless conTho republicans of Mercer have tinue to be so till nominations, like nominated John M. Wilson for the marriages, aru made In Heaven. Legislature. Bryan will accept Mr. Atlgeld's inVR thought so before, but now wo Knott, of tho Loulsvlllo vitation to spcuk ut the Chicago know Kdltor July -- 0. Post, is crazy. Ho refers to our bald Friends of Senator Stephen M. when everybody who knows us head White, of California, are trying to knows that thero Is not the lea6l caro work un u presidential boom for him. Ity of capillary sub.tunco on tho sumSenator Lindsay has accepted an Inmit of our cranium, tho placo that tho ought to vegetate. vitation to deliver the principal ad capillary substanco oy B Lnx-Ingtocv-of. 1 muss-meetin- g ho lenored its overtures and treated it with the contempt that an honest man mustfcol for tho republican TllOL'OH a few Wit r tho Courier-Journa- l years ago departed from tho straight and narrow path that leads to uciuo cratlc success, wo plead with Editor Wattorson, almost with tears in our eyes, not to forsake us In our extremity, but to contlnuo to glvo tho party ho ovll and had fought for through through good report, tho benefit of his support and Influence He declined very firmly, though at tho same timo vorv courteously to harkon toourcoun- sol and wo turned hlra over to that rpnrobacv of snlrlt spokon of by tho apostle. Wo did not glvo him up cn- iirniir. hnwnrnr. but rcmcmuerinz mm always In our prayors nndsuppllcatlons. wo folt that ho could not tarry always out In tho wet, but would In his own irnnil tlmn return to the fold. Our ef forts havo at last been rowarded. Tho nrndlpal has returned, and will not only support Gocbel this year, but strongly Intlmntes that ho will champion Bryan ni.xt vcar. in snlto of his "fool friends." nrlnc forth tho best robo and put it on him, nnd put a ring on his hand and shoes on his feet; and bring hither tho fatted calf and lot us cat, drink nnd be merry; for this our aforotimcs leader was dead, and Is allvo again, no was lost, and is found." Accept tho right hand of fellowship Bro. Wattorson, and if you prefer the champagno and the sherry to tho short horn calf, it is all tho samo to us; besides It Is your time todeslgnato and is It has been a long tlmo bctwcendrlnks, you must bo anxious to irrigate. dress beforo tho National Bar Association at its approaching meeting. A mooting called at Munfordsvlllo to denounce Goobol nnd Goobollsm was nttomlr.,! liv two or three so called dem ocrats and ono or two populists. Col. W. J. Bryan has oecn npooimcu by tho governor of Nebraska as ono of .,., .inWatn. tii tho conferenco 011 trusts to bo hold In Chicago in Septem ber. and lcop- r. 1. i iin . ll in i.hiii(iiv knnearoo head, bl? paunch. ard ticket-sm- all .. ... meaty tall and spotted an over. vinnod and dumped Into tho 1. democratic burgoo kettlc-Louls- vllle Times. lMltor Benjunln. of the Loxiogion Standard, nnd several other colored and men held a meeting at Lexington a call for a meeting of decided to Issue colored republicans to put out a siato ticket composed entirely of Negroes Postmaster T. T. Uaooerry, m sustained probably fatal Injuries leaping from a train at umi p... by rcpuo while returning homo from tho Ho llcnn convention at Loxlngton. got too much unglo foot. doubtless Sauce for the gooso is eaucq mr i.. .1. ii hi. Inw nartncrshlp with Carllslo furnishes a presumption that law Goebcl Is a gold bug, then Taylor's partnership with GulTy Is prima faclo evidencothat ho is a grceuu,..-Loulsvl- llo Times. Capt. Stone has Issued nnother card3 response to Senator Goobol's.declar-lnthat his former statement was true every particular and any statements In absofrom any ono to tho contrary aro Is lutely false, adding "My address Lyon county, Kentucky. Kuttawn, comTho republican Stato central con-.- ! mittee and tho nominees of this .oofhnr with tho candidates from tho onmmUsloncr Louis-vlll- o thrco districts, will meet in tho Louisville, July 25 at 2 P. M. Hotel. and to select a campaign committee map out tho plans for tho battlo. 'I a ...,n,.t, .liuiirn Hazelrlgg says: do not see that there Is any illsatUfacwith tho democratic awio tlon out of tho ordinary. Thero Is always eomo soreness after a State convention, but this always heals up beforo tho election. I don't believe there Is a bit of doubt about a democratic victory in November." r. ia netnnUhinc to note tho number of would-b- o reformers thathavesprung up as a rcsnlt ol tho nomination u. .... . Goebel. Nowspapers that have advo cated every kind of political chicanery In so long as their personal views were the ascendancy, now turn up muir noses in holy wrath, and all because . Mr. Goebel had tho Drains 10 ucak din and Stone at their own game. Midway Clipper. t r:nnrrn f!niar. of Danville, told Is no the Cincinnati Enquirer "Thero among too ucmocrui. u. disaffection our county, that I aro awaro of. and wo aro all pleased witn me m" of Judge Robert J. Breckinridge, which came, as we know, irora mu hands of Senator Gocbel. I was not I for Goebel Individually, but the more hear of hlra since his nomination tbo better I like him. and that Is the way nf mnat nf n who wero opposed to him and knew him only through tho cam paign slanders that wero neapeu upon him without stint." a innn wiiva the most respectable and tho cream of tho republican party convention did not honor tho at Lexington with tholr presence. In n.i.u.L.r. n r.nv. Bradlov. theso aro Thn nitiiradniunremo court dccld cs Ubor law Is that tho eight-hour .,.... - e, Twenty six lives woro lost by tho foundering tit tho steamship Oahu in tho upper Pacific. Gcorgo W. Wlnlrcc, a promlnont farmer of Christian county, was killed by n traction engine. William Potter, of Harrlsburg, Ind., dangeroucly wounded his young son because ho camo homo drunk. Thomas H. Pavno. prominent farmer nnd business man, died at his homo near Georgetown in hl MJth year. Mrs. Jnck Prince, aged tW, of Mont gomery county, was probably faiully gored by a cow she had been iihikiiw Androw Curnexlo has offered to glvo f."iO,000 for a library at Evst Liverpool, O., provided tho city will lurolsn mo site. Ilnnrv Josonh. a Lexington, (.a , Negro, wa shot and killed by Mrs. Harriet Jones, whom he attempted to detain. Tho Middlesex County Bank, of JWth Ambov. N. J., closed its doors. The cashier Is reported missing with $100,000. Louisville Store. Clearance Sale Of Summer Goods. We are determined to get rid of every piece of Spring ana-Summe- r Goods. Uw Kot one dollar's wnrlli will 1 curried over If 1'rlces will move llicm. Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, ii.,i Tho attendanco nt tho teachers' meeting at Los Angeles, Cal , was tho larRCst In tho history of tho National Educational Association. SI Smith, a farmer who killed Wm. Bell, a commercial traveler, hcveral months ago In Habersham county, (.a , was shot to death by a mob In tho Galncsvlllo jail. Secretarv McCormack, of tho fatalc Board of Health, has ordered that no public gatherings of nny kind bo held at Frankfort for a week becauso 01 tno prevalence of small-po- x. Gov. Bradley has pardoned four magistrates of Muhlenberg county.lndlctcd on tho charge of malfeasance in office, tho proof showing that they wero not cognizant of wrong doing. Pedro Orlzor. 11 years old, who was cabin boy and bugler on tho Spanish cruiser Viscaya, has enlisted In tho United States navy. Ho will lie sent to the training school at Newport. Thrco Negroes woro killed and a fourth wounded at the Ishkooda mines In Alabama. The Neeroes had been Imported from Georgia and elsewhere to take the placo of union strike's and a riot resulted. Cal Miller, who killed Deputy Jailer Itoberts at Jackson, was refused ball. Ho Is only 10 years old and ho has against him. by their Indictments for murder some who wero conspicuous HoandJesso Fields wero Indicted In . uousuu, nuu. absence: Gen. K. June for killing Al Little. ..,,. vvnunn. 15,-1- 22, ..-tlo Oils cables that ovei 20 Inches of rain havo fallen nt Manila slnco July 1. Tywill W nurk-c- d phoon aro common and transports can Oxford.. Utiles' n.l Men's FurnUlilnit Goods, Curpcts, Matting. Ac. down for llio SUiiRlitrr Slip. Notice a few of llie IUrRsIna K( ntc offering. not rnovo. An official report of tho yellow fever situation In Santiago, Cuba, up to July Siitnmer rorel marked down to Cn1icoe3i to Ac 10, shows that thero had beon 113 cases 10 pieces of Dimity worth 10. o for 5c. Uct curtain, 3 yds long, wotlli 75, (to and 23 deaths. 10 pieces of riipie worth 13, go fur Dc now at 4l"C Ilv tho explosion of tho boiler of his 15c orR.ndlrs go now for 10c t.co curtains, 3 jd long, worlh fl.35, mill, E. It. Hlbbett, of Munfordsvlllo, 7 jc tcrltn, ft) long i It 3c go now at 71c. " "Jc " was fatally scalded and Parker Bunch "" 10c COO pair of men's pants only 33c was seriously Injured. worlli 73c, now 48c Udien shirt fatally llis' knee pants 10c Ono man was killed, two One lot of wonted aklru, Ion? ni tlicy to wounded and thrco others badly hurt ImU HSc Itlg lot of men's negligee shirts 25 In a desperate affray In Bowie county, ASiulIn skirts worth 75, co now M 4Sc cloe. flilrU at Tex., over a division fence. A Mg lot of soft front drc lted tnlilo linen marked down to 15c Glasgow has mado great preparations Men's Linen suit innrked down to $1.75 13 and 5Sc. Tlioy are cheap at 75c r d for tho entertainment of tho Orphan One lot of tnen'it linen lints mnrkril 11.00 Brigade, which will hold Its annual down to 10c McnV;iIlk. Clay suit marled down .o reunion thero noxt Friday. Men's silk finished stispenJen only 15c 2.l. Twenty-seve- n business houses, tho waterworks pumping station, tho llro engine houso nnd tho jail at Bain bridge, Ga., were destroyed by fire. It took 1.000 police to run tho trolley cars In Brooklyn Sunday, but they did It without much trouble. The conduc And summer cordis, ladles' trimmed liata marked down to price that will moTe tors and motormen nro on a strike. them. l.it, wlt Big Line of Lace Curtains, Shirt ' Waists, Corset Covers The Louisville Store. The Cheapett lfotite in Town A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. T.I). HANKY, Manager, Branch stores at Klitabetlitown.JKIktnn, Oweniboro, Shclhyvllle, Versailles, Hards-towllopklnsville, Madimnville, Morgnnl'ield. Georgclown Ky , C'lsrlsTlllc. Tcnn. PAINT Is to the Homo what ! CLOTHING A coat of nlcn Paint will add as much to the appearance of your ilwcllini; ai a Son Suit will mid to yours. We aall the ltit Ilrands of It to the Man. Paints, Leads And Oils. Come to See Us. Penny's Drug Store. to Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. ith 'o call your attention lo llie fart that wo The painting season is here. keep the Ileal Heady Mixed Tallin., O Is, V.iinis'ies, llruahcs, Ac, In the market. John W. Lewis, Lt. Gov. W. J. WorthLen J. Crawford. Ur. wimara limtnn. N. T Hop Tumor, kins and Col. Uoocrt .m iyuii. u.uu; thoso who attended only as spectators were Judgo Thomas .. Morrow, of Somersot, and John D. White, of Clay. Thero aro not many republicans of largo caliber In Kentucky, but thero aro hundreds bigger than Mr. Taylor, .u .,.a ahnvMled on to tho republican when it ticket four years ago at a tlmo . t !,,. nnnllrturlnn was considered a inanities. udm n- and who has shown during his no ciuuuu- u.tinnnl his oil co since, catlonforthe governorship. Ho.. has been nominated solely uccau Is of tho not a bigger man, becauso ho becauso politician ho Is. and strlpo of olllccs to thoso who u.ed their national and put him on tho ticket know him nr,w of modlocrlty. Iho of plain truth Is that tho republicans only Stato havo thrown away their the .howlngattho chanco for a resiwctablu i i..ntinnk. Thelronoopportun- difity to mako capital ol democratic mako an Issue against ferences and to abide tho tho election law was to brush !...., ur.,1 1 n uaKers uuu unci character ticket of such weight and own issue. that lt would huvomado Its Courier Journal. . v Finelj Lccitei Bri:i bi Our line of Toilet Articles, filch as Toi'h Itrutlu 8. Ilairjlllrushes, Combs, Soap, and oftl e very Lett ipiullty. The iloe iiriMT U known at the John CbrU. Ac , m complete, mm place biiJ li ocmplnl nw l7 liuli olW PRESCRIPTIONS carefully co npiu id-i- lr.ni the 1'ure.t and Dent drtigt oh) S ruuuu, tine well it kllcbcn The lioum) roulalni ami all Prices rviiMjiialiln, We tolicu o ir pittlonage. lalnahlu on hinl a urw duor, a A new lorn, fcntlni; In kuh1 oullmildlDK go.l.til of cutliMtlmi rrialranJ the l lin.l In agreat A we hate lut-- with a lot lT lire niTuily we want to wll Ihla iinwrl7 auJ anjr oue who wanuUwoulJ.lowriflo wrljyto JAMt.S MiKhCIIMK, llaymlllf. t). bmluwa runui, altrn hare lor tale pul.llc W OOO O'0'O alailsiPlfretln the SKy , rnrr of the t.y ao4 umjplM xiuareln .M..ntlll. lor Hour, uinil Kfrntan an xrtian aitan.l at lluTe It In audfwl. Tut. It a ami ttnut Fur urlU-ular- t butlnow. Mimtiiello aildrvM the alwre. Eesldence la Msntl- eello, Kentucky, with 57 acres ef Land well laproved fcr Sale. TOILET ARTICLES ! k1 CRAIQ & HOOKER. o tr I ..w o Central Covington o Stock Yards, o q O o o White Lead, 000000000000300000000000000 ooo o Linseed Oil, Heady Mixed Palnta for all Purposes. o o Q o Covington, Ky., Aro .located o as to-- .. offer Poclal 111.lmluco- .......... iiuw... ... . Itlv. IU ..i.i litem, to .1 .iin.-r!-t U ruumui 1... and!i. time. uXK'iiu tlinn er In auvlng ... ... UUUIUUII IU .1... extra l.ii. urn .linrM will lu .. .I.H.I.... .. . Hiw In.... 111 r. EuHtcru & l.,.. uj. g o o o o O Wall Paper and Alabastine Sold for tho LOWKST CASH Prices. o O o g o o W. B. McROBBRTS. Iron Fence. on the Market nil-lu- g Frcli;n Uuy-cr- H oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i Tor nil klnlt of atiiok. When slilpiilng don't full to consign our cure privilege which will bo of U'liitlt to jou. Eat BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. CnSTKAL COVINUTON STOCK VAKI1 CO. AsCSfflB, Metal Koofing. STANFORD, KY: Tbo battleship Kentucky cent advanced uiwaid completion. Becker, the Chicago wlfo raurderor, 13. was sentenced to bo hanged Oct. A you".,' Is 00 per Ciimultklon Ion llrint will glvu promjtl iilleii-- t ?l-3- turoiilKuiiu'iite. CO.NSIUN .Mill AVork. boating drowned at Cincinnati whllo Sunday. havo Tho fivo Blackburn brothers organized a bank of their own ut Gcrmantown. Mai. Gon. Oils has uskod for horses with which to organize a My und lWo cl,Jron voirn STOCK TO & woro ' mmi mm con b, A WO III) TO T1IK PATHONS OK Lire Stsck Commission Merchinti, ry brlgado, Contrul Covliielon Stock Vurdt. OuvIpkIou Kr or Union Kloi'k VurJt, '.'lucliiuall. O, you hive not alleady Puld your Tuition II11U, please cull Mu, Siulley nt thu ColWhen MpliJL' Hunt bill our euro irlvlliL'o If -- .600 sellliiic Ci nlritt Covluutoii btooU YurUt. Wu as soon as convenient and pay the auiuiiii't. We uro In press ng me'l u muuey, cavalulll uiuke. U to jour udvuntugu nnd elu jourstiK'k our peraunal ulleutlou. ih'-ii- Stanford Female College. WILLIAM 8IIELTON, Prtslclcnt. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I -M'8S S,lMItr:'"U1' arflin Wantko good country loy it Carter, hams. Ucaz- OWKNSIIOriO wnirnnn. Stanford. Ky .-- - July --. , 18, 1899 , E. C. Walton, Hummim) Ma.vacikh. Soa Watch, !co cold, pure ami mutt refreshing ut Penny's DruR Storo. TUB boat material combined with ctuo, skill anil accuracy Injtiro good results, iso ulnar tnutlnxln nro over used In our prescription work. Penny's uruir store. personaiTand societygossip. IIcnm.ky Mil. AN ut Crab Orchard Spring. Mils. A. K. MlHHnsSAlMK ANI MAdOIK a STAOO urc visiting at Crab Orchard. Mns. T.J. FosTT.lt Is vlnltlni; Mrs. Thomu Mctculf lo Jessamine. Ml!. J It. At.KOllti npunucvcrnl day at tlio Wllmoro Camp Mooting, of Uuiton-vlllo, Miss ahi.mini: Wkuiiit, .n. Is visiting tho Misses Kills. Mil. H. K I'attkiwon spent cvernl j I'll in days with his brother In Lexington. Dlt. I.. II, IlLANTON drovn ilnwn Miss Kan Haiiiiis, of Lanauter, spent several days with Mls Hcttle from Ciab Orchard Springs, where ho nnd MIm Llzzlo Hlnnton were sUylng, Wcnron Mlt.H. Jam: H.M.t.KW and Miss Jon-nl- o ami preacned n good sermon for tho Hurnslde, of Garrard, nro at J. W. J'resbyterlons Sunday. Mlts. J. S. Wkllh, of Danville, who llout's. Miss Hki.kn IIocKi'.ii, of Huston isvuiungner father, Hon. John S. vlllc, has been tho guest of Mlts Lucille Ow.loy, Sr., was taken very 111 Satur-da- y and remained to all of Sunday, but Coojtor. Mns. LKWis llouitNK and child, of she Is much Improved at this writing. Josamlno county, nru visiting Miss Mil. It. W. Maiitin, nn L. Si N. Ala., Is with Calllo Ilorton. Mkskiih. P. K. Tltllllll.K AND J. L. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martin, Ho was threatened llr.AZt.KY lenvo today to vllt some on a sick leave with malarial fever und was sallvuted pretty girls In rayetie. Die. N. II. McKlNNBY and his hand-lom- by an overdose of calomel. 1 human u. EVLAN1, Jll., one of wife, of Mlllcrsburg, aro visiting the best young men Stanford has over Mrs. IJcttle C. McKlnnoy. MlSHKH COOPKIt ANI DKLL FKLANII raised, has secured a xwltlou a n!cs tnnn In t'nt.,l. fl. ttvt. v iscmans storo at are visiting MUscs Mabel and Kllallay. "" Danvlllo and his friends won't forget Pcrryvlllo Cor. Advocate. Mil. M. P. HI.UIN Is at Port Hurop( nun wnen moy go lu kittle Hrltnln JA.MKS jj. kmqk, of Hustonvllle, who Mich., attending the meeting of the is traveling for the Curry Grocery Co Supreme Tent of Maccabees. at uarrodsuurg. will Bi, m Xaghvlllo Miss Minnii: Dinwiddik, of and friend, Mr. Pay U. Ilazen, iug. i io as,iti in brother, Dr. Moses uooic, m his drug store. A. II. C. Din of Florence, Ala., uro here today. . I .rl.l.lln ..III ....- n. Miss Maiuiaiikt LYNN, of Stanford, .......,u ...n.uncra .ur. iook as rep- mo nbovo firm. U tho guest of tho family of Judge I). rcouaiawvc oi II. Carr, hero. Glasgow Times. LOCAL HAPPENINGS." Mlts. lltA IlitluiiT and children, of Tilltiu: burner guollno stove for salo Lexington, und Mrs. A. M. King, of Winchester, arc guests of Mrs. I). P. cheap. J. C. McClnry. ii nitlNKLRV, of Somcr- NtCK lino of cakos just received at Is with MIm Sue Wllllo Halo. Mn. w. n. Manigh, of Nashville, Oeorcu II. ParrU'. lino Joined hit wlfo at Walnut Fiat. Tkn boxes of Drag soap Just received T. A KICK Wrltl'i that hA hn. .onnn. nt Wnrron ,V Shanks. cu mo railroad agency at Ilenson, Arizona, Hooks nnd supplies for tho public Mlts. Mattii: Witiieiis nnd MUs schools at W. H. Meltoborts'. Miittlo Hopper went to Loulsvlllo yesFlVi: bushels of chicken food for 1 terday. Mns. Hin-rIIakkia and daughter, nt J. II. Haughman .V Co's mill. Miss Ida, nf Woodbine, nro nt W. S. HlcillKST market prlco paid for fresh, Wnrrcn's. yellow butter. Wnrron .t Shanks. J. M. WAttKnnd family loft Saturday - is. ma Tin: TwIce-n-Welo visit frlendf In N'lcholasvlllo und lNT.:m6it Jour.. NAL Is only Jl a your cash, Itcmember Lexington. MI8HIM SUIilK ANO M0LI.li: KlLKY, that. o( wjnuon, returned yesterday from Notick. After July 2y, rtvo per cent, visit to friends at Lancaster. will bo added to all school tuxes in tho Mns. D.izaiibth Cowan, thn Stanford district. L. It. Hughes, Treas. mother of W. Gill Cowan, of tho West l J. W. Boiianics asks us to warn grndually growing worso nnd everybody against hiring or hnrborlng hrr ond noetns to bo not far oil. Tin: jowolery llnu of Oskninp. Nolt-In- g His boy, Churloy Sprinkles, under en k Co., of Cincinnati, wrlto William ally of Iho law .. . f r.. immiKjii wiai nn wife thu antest To Fahmkus. I will buy your wheat student In engraving they havo hud for at market prlco, to bo u: ek sale by Bcnzloy ' - ,fc ItENT. Storo rnnm nn Mnln Street In iNTKUIOItJOUKNALbulIdlng. POIl t hn.t inn.ln Carter. m fn.. 3 WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? This Linen Suit? I got it ntJamos Fryc's Helm cut the price on thero to Su'ts to f;l.50. Ho lus some , Fivi: KiLLKU.Xcwi Clay county looso and comes from brok- - that hades has again that In n battlo near Man chester yesterday morning Qvo persons wero killed nnd several others wounded. Tho linker side, on which tho Phil-pot- s aro said to bo taking n hand, lost two killed, whllo tho Whlto-IInwncrowd had throo to blto tho dust. r.l Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes and he Is Closing Out His Straw And Linen Huts And gives you a chnnro on that fine Powlng Machine wllh worth you buy, That's Iho place to trade, Sure. ove-y $1 ni Tin: rain Sunday utcrnoon was accompanied In tho Mnyood section by a small hurricane, which toroupthlngs pretty severely for o while. W. M. Mntheny had 10 stacks of hay scattered to tho four winds. Nearly nil tho trees In Mr. Jnmcs Dudderar's yurd JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. The Hustonville 1II7STOXYIIXE. KV. .Music by bazliin'o Celebrated Hand. Fair, death. were blown down, whllo miles of fonco sulTcrcd. Xobody wns hurt, though we. crul persons camo near being scared to mm Three Days, Commecing' July 26. $1,500.00 In Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. Liberal Premiums In nil Kings. """ o, P. KM of 1.V) acres for sulu privately, Mil. ASM Mns. A. C. MAUTIN have Po4serslon given to ult purchaser. J, N. C, returned from HotideronvllIo, C. McClary, Kxr. the latter considerably Improved In Wi: will store your wheat chcaer health. MissksLiNM.v TUCKKU and LUzlo than you can handle hat homo. J. H. Jones, of tho May wood section, spent liaughman ic Co. revcrnl days with Mrs. Kus.ell Dllllon S.LK..My two storv framo ro. at Livingston. Wahk, of Idonce, with six acres of ground, on cut on piKo. .Mrs. D. W. Vnndevccr. Huntington, W. Vu., and Mrs. Annie James, of Lexington, aro visiting Miss .w i . i u,. is cuucu to tho roort Holtlo Wearen. oi ataio insiwcior lister, which ap Mil. AXII.MllS. J. It. OltXHOHKH, of imiuuriiu page, ino others to Livingston, passed down to Lebanon date will follow In each Usuo till co Junction Sunday to sco their daughter, pi e ted. Mrs. W. M. Haver. iiik urao urcbard imopIo aro In Mil. S. T Hiioamhl'h, clerk of Hates high feather over tho prosteeis of tho lo In at Mr. J. W. Itout ...mniv. Mn.. new railroad. They imy tho road Is eco his mother, Mrs. Ktlza Lackey, who bound to bo built by that placo and Is somewhat Improved. T.Cnr-son- , rIvo many good reasons for their as Miss MAitciAitirr S.xydkh, J. sertions. Itobert Snyder und Iteyoolds Cnr-so- n. w ILL iMPiiovi: -- O. P. Hullman Louisville, are visiting Mrs. J. of has contracted with A. C. Slno to mako E. Portman and Mrs. S. P. Slugg. Improvements on his dwelling on Dan Mu. and Mlts. John A. Mclloiir.iiTS, of Lebanon Junction, spent a day or so vlllo Avonuo to tho extent of WOO, with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hlgglns which will wonderfully help tho ap while returning from u visit to Corblo. pearance nnd convonlencoof It. PitiTTTY Miss Mary Coyle, who won Attkntion Committei:mkn. Tho the first prlzo In the contest hero Juno democratic county committee is hereby MU IIcsslo, wore cauou to meet ut Stanford 111, und hu sister, ai, at 2 with their cousin, Mrs. K. II. Ucazloy, Saturday, Jnly 22d, to attend to lmior Friday. lunt business. A full attendunco Is de Miss HKLKN TllUKMONM was here sired. John W. Holmes chairman s Saturday with Miss Althea Miller, a A 0000 democrat suggests that Kdl pretty brunette of Owenslioro. who was ..n nintn to visit Mrs. It. K. Einbry ut tor Louis Landram devoto his attention to press nsfoelatlona and tho like unlit Lancaster. Mil. B. O. SiNOUrroN, u prominent alter the November election, thus irlv lug Prof. M. I). Hughes u good show to IKJlltlclun of Lincoln county, wns In tho city yesterday uud says a big voto will carry Gurrurd for Gocbel and tho res bo lulled U) thero for thu democratic of tho ticket. .s. Tim. ,..!. ticket In November. Frankfort Ar-tin. lairtnisun .ID Ullliosl Upon US und iho beaux und belles nro happy. Cus. Mil. AND Mlts. Miciiaki.Taylok, of mey uro ulreudy gathering ut Huston Mlddleburg, were tho guests of Mls inu, wnero on Wednesday of next Mattio Ollllland during thu conven- week tho bellwill tup for tho first und tion. Mrs. Taylor was formerly Mls best fuir In the Stuto. A hop will bo enjoyed during tho week Lllllo McCormack, of Stanford. Igan. . l. Lux-Icgt- on leltor askMil. W. S. HILTON, In ing us to chnngu his address, buys: I urn still very weak but I urn Improving slowly. Wo are plcasuntly located uud housekeeping. I can sit on my front porch und bo Jin fulllvlow of l'llto's G. Caiii'i:nti:ii, who attended y tho meeting of tho Southeastern Medical Society at London, tells us that Dr. B. J. Drown, of Stanford, was ununlmousiy elected president and thut tho meeting was lioth pleasant and Dii. Leuder. Peak. Hash Hall. Tho Hustouvlllo team will como down this ufturnoon and play u game with tho Stanford champions. Our boys havun't practiced much lutoly uud us tho West Bnd-er- s uro said to bo playing night and duy, tho result will lo In doubt. Much needed showors fell Sunday und yesterduy over must of this section, which hus ulreudy given u now Impo-tu- s to parched vegy.tutlon. Somo of tho forwurd corn Is past redemption, but tho luter uud tho gruss Holds will bo protltablu. greutly bonellted. Tho prayers of thu Mlts. Anim'. PHILIPS und daughter, righteous should bo: "Loid send us Miss Noru, of Stunford, nro visiting tuoro" till u siilllclonuy Is hud. ii Mrs. Philips' mother, Mm. G. N. Ilrud ANl'MliKltof Hoylo county people, loy. Miss Kthel Wright, of Lincoln county, has been visiting her Mor, Including Mr. P. T. Logan, proviso to Mrs. J. J. C. llond. liarrodsburg huvo u big barbecuo In that comity this fall, probably In Octobor,at which they ' Democrut. Mlts. J. A. ALLKN, after going up oxpeet Hon. Wllltum Jennings Ilriau. parontly to death's door, which scorned Senator Win. Goobol und others. It open for her, Is' Improving und Miss may uot bo out of placo In this connco-tlo- n to say that Uoylu will plvu un old Lizzie llerrln, tho trulntd nurse who has been with her for several weeks, U fushloned democratic majority this ut lust ublo to leuvo her for a visit to year und lighting to thut end has already begun. her homo at Drodhead. ICon-luckm J. A Issued by Secretary delivered at tnr ihn ,11. Morelund or McKlnnoy. D. S. Carpen and Treasurer G. L. rectors, tho Stanford Water Light Az ter, Ilusionvlllu. ico lo., shows H per cent, dividend TilKL. k N. will sell round-trifor tho last six months, with ,ivi f., tickets to Glasgow at ono faro July 20 betterments nnd $191.10 to carry to sur and ji, limited lo 23, on account of re plus, i hero was a general cut In tho union of orphan brigade. salaries of olllces, In somo cases of CO i meeting, Aiiatiivii Stkwaut and Annlo percent, at tho Holmes, who" attended tho colored In order to meet tho heavy cut thnt has plcnlo Friday, decided to raarrv whilo been mado by tho town In Its former here und wero Joined together by Judge contoact with tho company. Ililley. Sthanqk Hut Tiiub. A few days AT tho salo of tho booth nrlvllciea of slnco Mies Molllo, duughter of Henry Hie iliistonvlllo fair Saturday after Dlankcnshlp, of tho Preachcrsvlllo noon Ulnwiddlc Ilroi. got tho refresh- section, counted out sorao eggs ta send ment privilege lor $27 and W.C. Green- to market and found that sho lacked ing tho horso feed and baggage for $22, just ono of having a cortuln number of Mrs. I P. Steele was given tho dlnfnL- - dozen. Sho lamented her Inability to prlvllego and A. 1 dinners may bo ex find ono moro und strango as It may seem whilo tho basket of eirca wna .it-pected. . ting on a tablo In tho porch, up How a PICNIC MUs Anna Cover tells u nen anu laid an egg In It. The perthat thero will bo a Sunday School pic- formance was witnessed by sevornl nic In Mrs. Blla Hose's woodland, next reputable citizens, Including the above 22d, and that all tho Sunduj named Saturday, young lady. Schools In tho vicinity aro Invited to C. O. Sl'ItlNGS A delightful -- rnw.1 attend. There will bo many ways provided for tho young people to enjoy of 50 or moro nro luxuriating at Crab themselves and plenty of good things Orchard Springs und Mnnaimr fiiw Hofmunn Is doing all In his tmwnr tn to satisfy tho hungriest of them. mako them fool that It is good to bo ltoiiin:i). Mr. Mllford Hall, of Itow-lan- thero. Tho faro this season Is unusutells us that while his ally good, an orchestra dispenses P. B. Uuchanan, was spending Satur charming music and tho various wa day night with another H. ters seem to bo oven more efficient P. nuck, who lives on Joe Coney's than ever. Tho New Orleans party piaco near .Mllledgevllle, they wero thero Is carried away with tho splenchloroformed ns they slept and robbed did accommodations and say that next of $40. Most of tho amount was gotten year tho Crescent City will send a big from iho pocket of Mr. Huchanan and delegation. Harry Collier, tho gentho rest from a drawer In Mr. Duck's tlemanly son of J. Harvey Collier, is showing thut tho thieves wore chief clerk and Is bureau, a good ono. pretty well uequulnted with tho prera s Tin: neighborhood in which Georgo Ises. In their hasto to get away the thieves dropped $(1 of ihoir booty. C. GIvens, Frank Holtzclaw, Luthet incru is noeiuc to tho men but ex Underwood und Henry Hester live, tra efforts will bo made lo apprehend must bo thoroughly Infested with tbem. Tho chloroform mado Mr. Buck thieves. Tho first named has lost sevvery sick aid ho had to bo doctored for eral lambs und a number of chickens; Mr. Holtzclaw s roost was robbed of 24 hours. chickens und 20 good-slz- o turkeys TllKplcilo given Friday for the ben Sunday night; Mr. Underwood has had ctlt of tho colored public school build over 100 chickens stolen recently whllo ing netted Itib to go towards completing Mr. Hester has had a dozen or moro It, Dr. W. D. Tardlf und James Car lambs appropriated. Tho gentlemen penter, to whom great erAllt Is due, uro up In urms about such wholesale loll us. Thero was a very largo crowd thieving und If somebody doesn't get here, but not tho least troublo occurred, If everybody sceratng to bo on his good hurt a halt Is not called, threats go for nothing. behavior. Our colored friends seem to manage these things butter than their Tin: Commercial Club mot lust night white friends and uro to be congratulu to take action with reference to getting ted. The Rundown band, In bright tho Southern railroad to have Its enginow uniforms, gave several serenades neers examine tho lino by Stanford In town, which showed that thev have which appears the direct ono from Bur-gi- n greatly Improved In playing. A ban to Jollleo. Mr. J. S. Hooker told quel at night wound up tho day, which of having hud u very favorable lulk proved us pleasant to tho participants with tho engineers und of tho cordial at it was prolllablo to ihu school. Dr promised him by tho DanTurdlf Is doing his best to get u credit vlllo people, when ho laid the matter able building for his school and he before them yesterday and showed should bo liberally assisted by all who them that the lino would run within a arc ublo to do so. mllo of tholr city. Mr. John Bright showed tho practicability of tho lino. A Dam Man. A dispatch from Lon Mr. .1. C. Florenco told of having gotdon says Craig Grugg was tried there ten u letter In responso to his to tho Friday on suvernl charges. His wlfo president of tho Southern, saying testified against hliu.toldu pitiful stoiy thut he was In Burope, but would conof mistreatment by her husband, and sider tho matter Immediately on his exhibited fearful bruises andwouudson return. Others mado short talks and her body that Gragg lalllcted two tho result was the uppolntraentof Hon. weeks ugo. Itobert Hidings showed J.N. Stunders to go wlih Danville's tho court ugly gushes In tho breust, appointee, It. T. Quisonborry, to soo Inllloted by Grugg with u dirk. Ho tho road's Uttomov. Jtldcn Hnmnhrni-- . I lied ho didn't know Grugg was mad tent ut Louisville, today. Tho meeting then at him until ho wus cut. Tho court udjourned to Thursday night for Mr. held him on various bonds, ono for Saunders' roport. Ours seems the natto keep tho peace. Ho can't proural routo und being undoubtedly tho vide bond, and will bo sent to Stanford cheapest wo may havo for till tho October court. YOl. Mr. Suunders wusanother rail road authorized tn Ho wus brought hero by Sheriff Lee Inducements, Including tho right Mcllurguo Sunday and turned over to otfer oi wuy. Jailer DoBord. Gragg Is u pretty bud CHURCHES" AND PREACHERS. man, judging from iho record. It is salt! that ho has served two terms In I'ld. Jos. ILillou, will preuch ut tho tho puultenllary und tho mittimus Christian church Sunduy morning ut states thut ho Is held for cutting und 11 o'clock. wounding with Intent to kill, for which Kev. J. II. King, pastor of tho Wul ho Is yet to bo Indlctud, thut ho Is ul nut Flat church, preached two good reudy under Indictment for housesermons Sunduy lo fair audiences, breaking, for mullulous shooting uud ltov. S. A. Oweus hus tendered his wounding with intent to kill und for resignation us pastor of tho First Bapfalso swearing. Thero Is hurdly a tist church of Richmond, to take effect doubt that ho will go up on one or thu Sept. 1. churges uud then ho will other of tho Tho Baptist Young People's Union eeuso from troubling, A third sentence In session at Richmond, Va., unuut- to tho penitentiary curries u Itfo term mously selected Cincinnati fur tho 11)00 with It. Our leaders will remember meeting that while ho wus In Jail ut Loudon a Tho Baptist church will hold u me fow months ugo, tho womun. who now service next Sunday forull tholr tuatllles ugulust htm, fell In love with monul him und not only married him but bull- dead, who havo died within tho lost ed him out of prison. Ho hus led her u year. ltov. J. II. Crouch tells us thut murry dunce since, though there uro eight of his members havo died durlug thoso mean enough lo say sho deserves) tho your, iho lurgest In the church's an the trouoio sue urougut on uersoii, history. p semi-annu- JAS. P. HARPER, President; W. D. HOOKER. J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. Secretary THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This is now the most Gallerv In Onir! ir.ntm.ir. .m.iii vcuu re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optical I wish lo say to the Ladies that dcnco w .J, .i THESEJustLENSES FLA TTER. received a large stock of tho very katest Designs 124 r) JVJouldigs. in Patterns never sold in this locality beforo-lin- vo to be seen to bo appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among the lot is the New French "Fleiir.r.T.li" mn.il.i;n. n delicate pictures. Kmbronlered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that a dainty framo When In Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo .!. Third Street Opposite Post Offlcc, Danville, Ky. d, GREAT REDUCTION IN m SHOES! The first big cul of the season on Ladies' low cut shoes is now on. week wo place out on the bargain counter the entire line. Beginning this They are all clean, fresh stock, all bought this season, and high grade factory goods. iWF0 R TEE FRIGES. ,.. .... We will sell vou anv nair uf tliesn wliruw nt .......... ...... ,f... r ... i . ....nmiii-- a cusi. 0 Will loose the freiSl.t and give you the shoo for what it coat us at the factory. v..... u..j u Ul n mr greaier reuuction but when you seo their goods, exam-n- e the quality, style nnd make. We are confident you will recognize thctn a the .,.,. ... best bargains ever offered A good run of sizes now on hand. JOHN P. JONES. 1 M Big Drop In Prices On Summer Goods. - I US m j Look at Ihese 'Prices; Coma and See the Goods. We have Just leturned from the elites where wo secured some $2,-00- 0, 5c. 10c Fine Organdies at only "e. 15o Fine Corded oHects at only 10c. 20c and l'5o Fino wash goods in a variety of now weaves at 10c. New Linens and Coverts for Skirts at Co to 19c. Fast colored Lawns at only 4c and safo-keepi- ng New White I'tijiies He to 20c. 12Jc Percales a 10c. Wulinvejiitt replenished our slock on SEASONABLE jj W? COODS. & And they will no at above Ileduceil I'rln-u- . !,, n .1. . nienisi lUK'Bhlrtba.e. See thovs fl Silk Dohjiu Shirts ut only 59c. ,... Qtf SEVERANCE SONS. lt WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY I sgnjCtlS .fl wortl souirht t In lui'umcjr of j in ImllcmimriiroiiuiU'lutioiij lu tero niul comprolieiKlvo itutcuiruU of facts uud lu practical use as a working dictionary. SvniiiMn lxitrf, tic, Kill on upiWIniKuii. Sc G McrtUm Co., ruUUiuri, SprioicU. Uu u, S. a. Hon. D.J. lire werjujt Ice of U.S. Supreme Court, i i coiumouu u io an us me emu irreut tluuJurJ authority." It excels lu the case 'with which tho ova Ami thr hi) - ' y-AN Al'FEAL TO THE COUNCIL. THEfNTERlOR JOURNAL To Ills Kxccllcncr, tho Mayor, and Oilice of State Inspector ami Ks nrntlnmen of tho City Council: Okntlkmen: I tako this liberty n9 nnuiicr. , lU". Frankfort, Ky. a rcprescntattvo of my raco in your city to presontto you tho following: As To Hon. V. O. Ukadi.UY, $1 . . f alnlna la Uovernor ot KciiiucKy. - When not aoraidaia.oa will h charged. jayI linve thw day completed tlio . havlnu cono to mo exteni ui mu examination nnd coinpar..,,,,, In uxauon, And themselves unablo monthly nc- to get our new school building ready required by law, of the book nnd niiil ..Allilltnr -, ..ww ...... III !.. in.ti;ivi .iim bvpbii'mi lur ii?U tula LAdlnr Thft fnntoil hntisn. (.111)11 i ..f lUU Iw.toiiiif ..... TUB from which wo have been forced by our 0f iui,lic Accounts; niul reelect fully . . , superintendent, Is In a miserable con- KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. u "" Willi b.V tllC-- OlIlCCM. dltlon, proof of which Is borno out bv 'M-I ,. Ww, l,.,n .nvn beCIl COIlltllicd " .u ,.' .t.. . No. 5 AmlTrtatHtanlordat l.M " UU. IUU .. ...... 3 10 No. 4 Ieatea Sunford l MT. deaths In our school from consumpttion All receipt nnii (iisii(irsrini.-m-u!.. n si Arrlre. .1 HowLnd at IS W r.v. 3Q Stanford l i No. a heatee In dvo venrs. lie funds have been properly entered Ilcnrcscntlng that clemeut of Ne and nccountcd for. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. groes that Is desirous of elevating our The condition of the Treasury nt 1I 02 p m and making of tho rising Ho. J4 Train folnj Norm . ,i.. ... 2 41 a in moral status ' " m rlo-i- - of luisincsi na the Jlet cm i No 21 " i.ui iui.uiij,-wi'"...H M a in Kenurunuu ittwuuiuiu 0,' M '' South ....... ... .W52pin wasns follow?, via- useful citizens, I feel that this work of Juiiiiary, 1800, ForalllPotnta. should not bo abandoned for thd lackof SINKING 1TSI. JUVJOII TICKETS 80LU. au Balance in Treasury, Dec. THUOUaU. means. I havo therefore, with the I1AOUAUE CHECKED thority of my superintendent nnd S7(!8,'J34 53 J"or any Information enquire ol 31st, 1808 board of trustees, appealed to tho JOE S. HICK, Agent, 0,487 87 citizens of this cltv for assistance, IlccM during Jnn. 1800, Stanford, Ky. many of whom havo responded and now TRANKFORT AUD CINCINNATI. oomo to vou. our executive and lejrUlu -- Total to Jim. 31, 1800. 8777,722 40 70,377 00 and 3:40 r. at., tire head, for such aid and assistance Paid out in Jnn. 1800 Train, leave Frankfort atTA.v. A and with (J. ontlng at:40 A. x. and 8. 10 r. M. C. Lear. reach. as you think our causo merits. I trustI'ari. Tat atVls" . and S:30 P. .. connecting" Oecrg.. .... ... (1n.t I. nfina Atnnt. with thft trpnat 9:1S town with (j. AC. and reaching Frankfort erous sentiment of our body politic In Balance m lrca?ury to " ""'SascruB.KBWTOS. A. O. P. A. absence of any direct law lor or against xrrxlir nf tills I'll lid 008,314 T.O such action on your part, to donate Jan. 31, 1800 QUEEN & CRESCENT. something towards tho completion of PUSI). MMIOOL jctlon City aa lollowa: Tralm paw our school building. 4 11 p m in Treasury, Dec. 13 ittpn No. 2 North Ho. 1 Sonth nnd merits of my Balance I offer tho lustlco 2W,ui Uli " " So.5 " llSpm causo as an apology for having Intrud112.1mm 31, 1808 600am "10 " Ho: 5 " ... SOSpni 87,502 01) ItecM during Jan. 1800 ed this communication into your delib10 run no far Noa. 1 and 2 do not .top. 0 and juuniuu i.j. mer lain erations. I am your humblo servant, W. D. Tahdif, M. D., 1'rln. 30G.750 lu Total to Jan. 31, 1800 1800 333,702 17 Paid out during Jan. SUMMER LAKE TOUK3. OFFICIKLEPORTS Balance in Treasury Feb. 715,542 58 28, 1800 . WllOOt. PUN'Il. Deficit in Treasury Wa Mini rnactarn and So All Elnii Ktjilrlnj. No ef JOIIS II. UtlTI.M!l. AHIIICn'li l.tMIIHM. IlllliCKIHIllIKir.CtirM(X TUP DANVII.l.P. CVCI.BCl) , DANVII.I.K. KY Jan. 20,013 02 78,08 1 80 IISTMrlht. ROYAL PER YEAR CASH mm 31,1800 Paid out during Feb. 00, t... l..ll MISS EVELYN TARDIP. The Soamstross. Z Hi iMnln and Pnhlnnahla Sewlnr I'attlnr nnd Water Votk t. Total to Feb. 28, 1800 8105,027 82 Pitting a Specialty 31,305 38 Keel, during Feb. 100 GOOD FARM FOR SALL. 4,022 1 Fefieit Feb. 28, 180S, 1 1 INSURANCE COMPANY . Liverpool. -- 1 .... --- ,,., O i ,, .., lib-or- n fjirerat lire Inaiirancii Company in (JEN. KNl'KNPi: FUND. . World. . rp.,..nH-- r( anil 11111 tfll lllf. If ;V.)3.I)57 00 ixx'airu ncur uinii" Dellclt Jan. 31. 19i'0 Krut-grplnco, Known u 1h 2Ol.O'.'0 63 SOArrri. two rimmI ilwcUltiift, h wrll wilvr during Feb. 1SW Paid out 1U on It ..., &. I... f..aa ft till ttl.t IMIld U In A high .talc of CitltHntl.ui. Wlll.ril private (507,453 r3 Managrra Southern lie fkirtmcnt Total to Feb 28, 1901' r " '"--- ! " ly. 87,557 OS IlecM during Feb. ISM Oenernl Mfllcvrw, Columbia llulldllir. Uul- jiti I. tile. Kv D. 1). S., Ollt.h'JS M W. S. Lrnvca defitlt Fvb. 28. 1SP0 KKOAHTUI.ATION. ! ON Balance to credit of sinking Pain I .15,51253 Teeth Extracted Without fund. Feb. 29. 1MW Deficit In school fund Hrae dale 74,02241 With Vltnllifd Air. Phyalclan In allend- mice. expense fund Deficit I would like to take option, on rood farm Tl Offlco In tho New Tliompvjn llultrtlng. n'1 P.tl aw,bVo os In Lincoln Countr P'1' ler,n same date WJI I.A.mmiuai . larMldrea uriRer. uy. 591.617 00 Total deficits Leaves balance In treasury, PHYSICIAN AND DHUOOIST, 121,02109 Feb? 29,1899 - KICNTUCKV. I have before mo statements from vnr- - MCKINNKV. OUTBADE. showing depiislts to tho credit loua banks or ot the Treasurer at tho c'oe of buiiness Prccrlptlon Carefully Comjiounded .umrm.i .. ppinaia urm oii.1" wrr-- i- tio- L..ll.ka.l BTeinKa on the 23th day of February, 1S99, as fol ..l.nuina ronnuy. H.l.,1. ul,.l 11 .ll nip ij (tKKI lows, viz: onea.yterni.ortrailef.tr farm In Central lu Co ." dlderentw In a Jf,0.)0 &5 In Farmers Bunk, Frankfort AdJreM lkia . Stanford, Ky. trade. (7( !10,0s" 42 Bank, Loulsvll.c In 1st Nat. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE 39.035 00 In American Nat. Hank, " STABLE, In Nat. Deposit BanV.Owens- w boro KENTUCKY. Barbeo Castloman, '" BEAZLEY, Lancaster, Ky. FARMS OPTIONS WANTED. DR. W. L. LOWDER, FARM FOR SALE . m I om' Iy i', B. G- FOX, lvl,"i .... "'.. 111 W ?. A. JOVES, DENTIST, DANVILLE, $. k b Sletn Deficit in thi fund. Jan. 31, 1S00 of America's reorts has Tho Mecca been proclaimed by all experienced MIS. BXPHSSn PUSH. tourists to bo Northern Michigan. The Deficit Dec. 31, 1S03 138,117 50 Total unpaid check 82.007 Ki 82,987 05 climate through midsummer compares Paid out in Jan. 1S00 3311,035 U5 with Kentucky's b&st October Uaybjths Leaves balance above shown 1121,02 69 hotel accommodations appeal to the On the 31t day of Jan., 1S09, tliere Made from pure 178,053 15 warrant most fastidious and afford un assort- Total to Jan. 31, 1S0O wera outstanding unpaid cream of tartar. 70,(500 ment to suit tho purso of any; tho scen- Bec'd during Jan. 100 i.n.,oi i.i amounting to ery is beyond compare In both land and --'W.7U iw Utucd during Feb. 1"00 waterscape and amusements abound In Deficit Jan. 31, 1800 303,357 00 572,233 0(1 grea. variety Including peerless sport Total to Feb. 29, 1S99. p.r.c.vpiruuvTiox. 2rt).HJ 63 for tho angler. Tho Monon Uoute from Paid durini? Feb. 1S99 Louisville to Chicago In connection Balance in Treasury to with tho superb steol steamer "Manl-tou.- " credit of sinking fund, Leaves outstandinBFeb.23.f09 303.1-- 0 63 Alum hiking powders are the greatest from Chicago to Mackinac, Pe- P.08.3H 50 A tcduction for tlic month of mrnactrs to health of the present day. Jan. 31, 1800 2,33 1 CO toskey, Bay View, Charlevoix and a Deficit in school fund same February of nor!, ammo powoea CO.. ritw yowc host of other resorts presents a novelty All of which I respectfully repo'ied 02 2G.0I3 date in transportation and makes the outing O. W. LESTEU, Mutual Company, completely perfect. The expenso of this Deficit in Gen. The State Inspector aud Examiner. Ex. fund trip is no greater than all rail, FurthKy. er particulars will bo furnished on reOf inie date 308,31.7 00 DOC LOST ! quest to E. II. Bacon, district passenMedluui.lied, ihorl tailed Whl'e and Hlark Suutted Setter llitcu Uberal rtwaM lor her rePlan: INSURANCE REVERSED. ger agent, Moaon Route, Louisville, Total deficit 425,300 02 425,300 02 turn io thlt offlw Ky Wl Tennrwe Sbeeji for 4 .v SHKKH ' I hire Kwe.. o !Meer. rail Vft Pay While Yeu Live. Col. William Preston Johnston, pres11 in treasury, oaorwrlleioT.T ItooK, I'anvlll Kr Oli L&8 Companies Pay When Yon Die. ident of Tulano University. Now Or- Leaves balance 8273,044 48 Jan. 31, 1800 leans, and son of tho lato Gen. Albert 2I2kiWJ. tl MW ,.iM In llrlntr lienefilL Sidney Johnston, died nt Lexington, I have before me ' Over fi0,iKM Kewrre and Surplui Saturday. Ilo was a cousin of Col. Va. by various hanks showing on 11 US 13 WEAKEN, Locl Arent,. J.Stoddard Johnston and during the sor.TS. RoVal against alum.. HOW UEST TO REACH MICHIGAN KE- - Tola' on depositee!.. 2S, IS. From tills dedurt unpaid clieets as follow, vIk On Farmers Hank 82S.SXI !2 On Stnle Nat. Uank 44,fil;.t 14 20 On .'aNat. Hank On American Nat. 20,013 02 9,570 10 Hank Ilor.e nnd Mule crnatantly on hand and for aalo at all time. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, Stunford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. Oaleev McIloWru' Iru I1H1IUIUS. Baking Powder Safeguards the food Store In tha (Iwiltj jy J. S. MURPHY, A fent fur tkw 1 FIEB, JLIFB &z ir Walter A. Wood Machine Co., Ibe And ali arnt Lowry Grass Binding Twine letHpaaweeilrelilK.I H worth of wkieb will u (at Mil) ociliiH l letruUr ltit. t alK. iu4t. UAcniKs svp?l:s: AysiasrAiss. Call dm m and will aae yu wmii. 1 INSURANCE. wsr IS J S. ML Ill'IIY, TwcneniUlf, Ky Oniy the liest cotupanlea reiresclited. Imiultios wdiclted. It. II. MAllONY, Agt., Stanford. !- J. T. STJTTOIV, - Mm Ml,..,. Unclortnlcor, ull .lock Loxington, - I ... .l Lincoln County National Bank. liutw-or- tu Uustonvillo, and Cwy evunliea ttaalway.on band Kentucky Ulrolj Un.nhlaertlrialo tb. xpl y ol I.rJ.0arnttr,Manaer. (AifflniandCaak. of Weal .l-- .n.i .I.I.I. ..in id.n.eiuenl tvhtluuou.ly lor ?J Yean. Capital fclixk.tiuj.oou. The Parmer. iUnk A Tru.t Company - Mason Hotel ..nnenster, MItS. U. D.KIMl'SON, l'ror.. : first-clah- s, jE52JZ8&&ri A. SMITH HO Stanford, Mr, MAN. Secy., 15 Lexington, Ky. deposit therein to the credit civil was confidential aid to Jcllersori ot Jan. Singularly enough he died In Treasurer on the 31st day Davis. G" 1800, the following sums, viz: tho 6arae bed on which ho was born years ago. Farmers-BankFrankfort S123,02 10 State National Bank, " 111,301 12 1st Nat. Hank, Louisville 00,313 30 38,3s3 81 American nt. Bank, ' , of the wj Solicits Your Bank Account. tani MIlKCTUltS C.II-.CU- Kentucky. Iloflnf ueh Wine.. ratallwlU peort and ptewuul. luatual-l- Newly furnlslicd; chan beJs; gplcmled 1'orlefi Everything tabic. bf meet alt trains. J.J Queen & Crescent Ke!is 8-- J.t."Hf, WIlllWllluKh, A. IV. WIIIUmi, YOUR ACCOUNT l S ROUTE Wllmore, Central Holiness July8thto)Cth. Camp. Tickets will bo sold via tho Queen & Crescent Route July 7 to 15 from ull stations, Dry Rldgo to Somerset Included, nt H fare for tho round trip. Good to July 18lh. See agents for particulars. Horso show, fair and carnival, LexP)) teas laseiemt ljjsmu7t! mn (,(a ington. Auu. Low rates via Queen , w. 150,850 03 Total Si Crescent route from ull points In The Favorite Line in treasury good to re- Leaves Bal. Kentucky dully Aug. Jan. 31, 180!) as shown turn tho 14th Inst. Greatest show Lex LOTTISVILT-I- G outstanding ington has ever had. Don't full to at Warrant tend. Amplo room for all excursionDec. 31,1808 ists. Lsucd in Jan. 1800 UUSC't C UKMAHKAlll.i: ,.. ,!.!.. at f'l.v.alii PlnlntlAl.l III insVnt tliu Morning and Kvening from Un Trains lilch Killed uu ttleiuiMit that he caught cold, Total to Jan. 31, 1809 ion Station, 10th and liroadway. her luuE. (he aa trailed for a month 'f lur I'liralilau, but grew wonw. Ilo told her the 'aid in Jan. 1800 ond waa a ImjiilrM uitiui oi iviituiuiniuu. aim in., nu PiisKontreM dcsirini! iuloriuatlon outstanding Jan. rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, rvebraska iiiejleiuo could ojio her Her ilru.'tlit hhswIk! Cat- - Dr. Kluica New lHuorere lur Couuiutlou, the ami points In tho far Wmt, Including luht a buttle and tu her delhtbt luund herwif 31. 1800 lwt.tHiedIruiutho nrt do bhe coniloueu It llornia, sdouiu auurc'M . cue and alter laUngaU Mtiea.louna her.elf.iiuud U A r1l11(.i!()U (UlllUg JcU.oi and well; now doe her own bomeaoik, and Frauk J. Iteeil. Gen. Pass. Agt , "' rreo. iriai ,wi.. well Mine erer wa. II ,.' wliinli ! SlMl K. H. lUcou, Vlce-Pre- 333,804 Total deduct checks From this issued, but not paid, Jan. 31, 1800, n follows, viz: On Farmers Bank, 30,515 70 On State Na tional Bank 20,039 58 On American 304 75 Nut. Bank 51 ll.(!uiuHti., J. P, IiJBII, IS. H.ehana. J. P.Ca.b, J. II. 0.!er. OPI'lCim: tanhler. due and ready for )ou. and yon are riiuwtiil to Settle It At Once Thl mi'Hiia VOl" If ! ou owe me S. II. bhank.. 1'rt.t.lenli A Family Carriage give J,I.OnlT.ltnlr. At. W.. llrUht, J. H. GREER, Stanford. Ky. 150,850 03 You take jour Wheat und Corn to ilurrl. ahoti lu Win lliu(;li.rt PrtU a In Munford nml Kit In exclianne Plour mid Men). You ran ulao buy Plour. Meal, Milp-tulIlrnn. Chicken Peed, Ac . rheuprr at U7 CS3 El That combines bounty niul Capital Steek S103.000. Sarplui, A trial ui) place than any where In town ... tutor, with rnnvi'iileiice. 1h will Ut I beflec HIV originally exallltbed a. Ibe ! U nil I a. k ThU Irulliutlon one of our well made, cay rid , a rimmI thliiK for f.irimr. uud I pltnlcu llU'r-a- t My good, Hank of Stanfurd In 1W. Ihen reorjanUed ai irun.nctloiw niul full weight invalid Cieiculliurruya. n is poalt unexcelled for worRmaiulilp, the National llauk ofbtanloid In leta andaalt come from Huddernr a Il lllver Holler MUllhls I'UI'.I). Mill, uud are tlr.t-cluu- . comfort, and will durability and Teluplioiiw No, cs more satisfaction fo' geu-i- rl ruortinlied aa the Pint Nalluual llauk ol Stanford FIRST NATION ALBANK lKSTNK)IU. KY. Just Like a Mill. 273,011 48 CHICAGO. 430,30101 200,151 81 705,4.'5! 78 B. K. Opp. llmu other In 1SSJ, hat had practically an uninterrupted eUtWo are telling eucf..rllyeari. It i better aupplU-- l now will tliuin CIicup and Fatt. lacllllle. for trauiat ting buueaa rouiptly and lib faiuily Ua cur-rin- - liiKilo Wearen & Son, Cotirt-llou-- Stanford, Kv. erally than ater before lu Ita lon( aud honorable career. Acceuula ol IndlrlJuala, ndutUrlei.uriui acd tndlrlduali.ollclled. DIKICTOat. J. W. Ilaydeu, Stanford P. Held, Uncoln Co.J H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Ih UccclvhiK liiH HpriiiK v Suiiimcr Goods'. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Hint a Call. lain-ll- y PU3LIC SALE OT A 330,035 US GARRARD I will Di. Pass. Agt. 11. W.1I. MeDoel, Gen. Vgr. Charles II. ltnckwell Trainc Mgr. ht.runl I'aimv'a llrllJ Utftrv iikI u, ci try bottle guarauttvl. 1 Drilir .Ml 305,521 13 870,784 P1 reported. oirer publicly, on the pcumUt'.. ii CO. FARM. 9 Thursday, Auk Tliu I.SI. IU3I PitMMiprt t90 S.T. Hani., " J. S. Hocker, ' W.P. Waluu S. II. lUuKhuian, T.l'.lllll, W. A. Trlblle, M. " ' ' Soutnern Railwau THE THREE DAILY TRAINS Oliver Chilled l'lowa niul ltepulrs. Mulla Cultlvalora. Iwat In thu world. A,, nvnillllintioll Of tllO Ixjoko 1111(1 ilouhlu com crlbw capaeltv of 100 ImrrcU . v..... Ih'crlug Holt uud Hall llearlnK llludem. two lama emu of which 1 new). PP.NETUATF.s A.. ,l.,i 'I'rnii.iirni mill --Auditor Hooklobaivii nnd tiiiiunt houne. KI.PWANT -- . -DeerliiK ltoll uud Hull lloarluir. Mowera. hum mxmilllS Ul llw hundred jurila Mojer lluckboarda ami lluirKU'a. this day coniplut- - t'OMMUNlTV within ouo lui.t tlllll'l. Hllll ... ... ...l. ...I....t l.i.u.a 0filU)i;u Accounts, STATES Uarduu Plow und Double pliovil.. GREAT Will puy murliet price for Wool. Sacla , fchows tho con,litiun ol the Trtas- - atore. Thu furiu will ho offered In two Kentucky, Tenucaace. Virginia, Georgia furnWiKi Hi')' time. tract sis uerea wiiuinu iuiiroviiieu ti-itf., ti i.xlu nf ... ......... -- , .. llf illMiIll!rf. Feb. 28. H ucrea unliuproveU earn tlucta t uiviueu uy ..It i.IH. W. I'nriiltiirn f.iid nnv ttloca or North and South Carolina, by loialaii'lkallom. aalhejriunuot reaih Ihedli- liH llllt "l .....! ,l..... Alabama, MWataalppl. IIIKU tho .ii... tt,U .wl.l..l. ii. .vl.iill.. tr...,t.ie IIP klild of lluruek ou want. Cull on only oue way to ...., H.uil c.ull ...im.. vtuni purllouoftbveir. 'there It klltn. 3 I). B, (JAlirr.. ll.il. 111'SiiiAvii.i.s, .it ll.n US InlloU'H viz: hid tureuSfDeMaud that I. by oouillluilohsl rui. JOUU, tn ui... .. nt Lmiti lutid Uti or alx Ulllea l)fitiirMli('.utxl ..rby mii Ju11iuh1 wIh blNKISO PUMl. . r mi... ...!.... i'n.i.,i,iii "..!. UV llUiU dl.tunt will ko with the furic- VI ' flU(ll( VI fUl4HU41M 'IUUI ., lullaiued lut a ruiuMlug BalaiHOlU irttlsurj Jail. Wbu (lilt lube ruiu win im'kiii u One-lhlr- d m. .,undorliur(tllieailog.ai'dwheultlitmlrtly cuah, lialuiuu HI rALK Between LouUvllIs ani the South. 01 IKOn tlumldeafnuiUtlHt ruuit, and unliw the Inll.iu- 008,31150 I Tkiims two eara with 6 tier cent. Inter-I- i. And wlllluetopay top price In cash for uud ' 01l uiilluu rau lt Ukeu out and tliU tutai rwtorrd W. I. MITCIIKIt. Chlckeua, Kfc'K' Peathura. Duck. Uii.c, to lu normal rvuJIilou, hearing will ha luirujrrU ifw.'.1 duiill" Fell. 1800, 22,118 08 Danville, Ky Turke,. OIucuk, Vellow Hoot, Uvea Wax, T. I. P.MiLUil. Auc'r. furrier, nluoianaout of leu are raurtd br catarrh, uud Copper, which la uultilug Lutaa lullaiued cuudlllou uf the CUulJwith veifetabie Illdu.' of ull Wind.,bo lu tho llru.a. Irou wool. kurfata. market for Havo cured Ihiues. A l.o will Bach way bt tween Louisville and Lexington uiucuu will gl One Huudre4 llollara lor anjtao W 720,402 58 08 1 gfjfj umnr tbouiand awn Beo me uud get my price beforo aellliijr, uud -- O, of Peafneu fiauwd br liUrrh' (hat eauuut U) ibtUl 10 lu tea set lot cu.li. Cull ut my headquarters, W. A. TUltlf, O. P. A.. 4,050 00 dan at U cured iy HaU'atitarrh Cure.A Send fr 1 Ire u- - l'tllU OUl !111 l.VI, IgfJfJ of all ayuptuuia Olllco, near Deiwt. btauWatblngWu. II. O. P. J. Clieuer Cu .Toltdo.O. lar.free. nnd TEK PATS (rvaliuditfro. Peirlu&l'cuco'a U.UOfllNeON. i W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. Bold by Iru2gUta, 75c PR. B. 0. CUin'S SOUS. Uox K, Allan ta, Ua. ford, Ky, Louisville. Ky llall'a Pauillf 111) are tit lot. SOHTH'S GRMTEST'SYSTEM. EIGHT Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho Chcdueako & Ohio has made a rato of ononiidono-thlr- d fare on tho ccrtltl- cato plan to Atlantic City for thomeet. Ingot tho American Homeopatlho Into stitute which meets there June-lUt- h 2Ilh. Tho C. it O has through sleepers to Philadelphia und New York without change. Ho euro your ticket ......lj ..I,. .mm riii.jnL.mV.i - ninci Itv w..w ivuua , iw i... ..w4.....w Geo. W. Uurnuy, dlv. puss, agent, Lox- logum, Ky. dkap MscAN.sor nt; C. W. LESTER, Stnto Inspector and Examine Oilice of Stuto Inspector mid Ex umiiier. Kmnkfort. ICv. March 2, 1800. well Improved with good new residence, orach To Hon. W. O. IIiiadlhv, chard uud all nucury outiiulluliig. ...ii....... ,i.j.,iil MiikLi4.liiiii,t. I'jirrlittrn- Governor of Kontucky, AImj aplendhl aluited Achou.e, M.U.Eluiore, btauford, nt Old Pulnt Mek. on tho Hh hmond orricaai, pike. H uill" f'oni and uuU 3! Ulllea fruiii iajuiiiio ot .la.iiiinu J S. Hocker, Prwldenlj J. J. MclUUrU. Cubit r. uupot. A A MaKluutr AMMautCbler. Ths Farm Csss'.st: ef 333 A'.rcs, FARM, J. II Colller.Crab Oicb'd J. Miller, MLVtrnon TO FARMERS. J.G.JttcGbAY R& a ... itt "J w '..it 'I.TTT a.m..... fWlfJr" Sf i"v' Through Sleeping Cars in. undbetah:er! And Dealer In p, DROPSY! litt HAHlTaSS, SADDLERY, &C, STANFOIID, KY. A '