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Corn li good, considering tho drouth. Mr Tlio wheat crop was tiorl probably 40 llamsburg, aged 72. Mr Susan Light, mother o( W. T. por cent. Lightning struck nnd killed a good Corn, died nt Hurrodsburg, need 86. J. M. Gray, familiarly known n horse for Mr. Samuel d during tho "Pappy," died nt Perryvllle, need Ul. storm of u few days ngo. Capt. Win. Hatns, n votornn of tho' H. C. Hopper, Arch IloblnMin nnd II. several day fishing in Mexican nnd Civil wars, died nt Leon- I!, (locker llv- - Casey, but didn't catch enough for u non. ng17l. Ho has U girls, nil it-I- Odnlmm died nt Wll- - snt tho Mcnoiasviuo newspaper correspondent, has been lieutenancy In tho . i. tlr Phlllpplno expedition. Tho L. .t N. U doubling Its track and yard capacity nt Mlddleboro, nnd Is nlso arranging to bultd n flno new passenger station In that city. A Brand street parade, ufter tho order of tho one wo had July 1th, will bo a feature of the Dnvlllo Fair, and J2U premium will be paid for tho fanciest turnout. Tho Kentucky Distilleries waro-houat Lawrcnccburg Is under construction. It will bo eight stories high, cover an aero and have a 52.000-barrcapacity. Elijah Oufley, of Cumberland City, Guf-fewore nut a wnrrant against Alice charging her sister-in-lahis with hanging his mule, which had been getting Into her corn. TliK Central Uccord nays that depot agent, G. M? Pattcron, is In the mountains onjoylng a rest and that his accomplished wife Is attending to the company's business satisfactorily wall. Gcorgo Cohen, aged about 20 year, was shot at Keenc, In Jessamine county, during a festival by Ed Sholton and probably will die. The dllllculty came up over a saucer of Ico cream, which both men claimed. Dlclc Lovcns was beaten W death near Manchester nnd his head nearly M. Inn. I II. Wllholt, frv. wl Hospitality, ror Villi). happiness, or what- over you will: Show mo a town thut beats Huston- The colored peoplo uro looking forward with much pleasure to their fair, Aug. 10 und 11. Secretary Lewis Mc- Cluuahan will have tho catalogues out this week. I'rof. M. E. I'rultt opened district school No. 12 Monday with 73 IS Holsusslsted by Mlsso Mnttlo and Jeiinlo Murphy. Tho build Ing was generally repaired beforo school begun. our iwople uro extended a cordial Invitation to attend our fair next week. Como early nnd stay late and don't fall to bring all tho family. Kcmember la dles are admitted free tho first Tho Immortal Saxton with his splendid band will make music that will bo north coming miles to hear. The hotel hero will bo adequate to tho big crowd expected next week nnd nobody need bo uneasy nbout gulling bed room und tho best things to cat the markets atTord. Uoth tho Weaihorford House nnd Vcndomu Hotel havo rented outside rooms for their expected guests and aro alreudy preparing their culinary department for their substantial entertainment. Our town people were scared up tho other night and came ncur ringing tho riot alarm. A dozen or mora horseback riders were heard coming down .rnr...l from Ills bodv. Ho Is said W Daovlllo street giving regular Coman-ch- o have killed three men himself nnd It Is yells and riding at break-nec- k suntKi.cd that ho was Wiled by some of speed. Cooler beads prevented any thn friends of his victims. A widow thing rash being done und In due time and eight children survive. u was tounu out tout tlio "gang" was Mrs. S. N. French, wife of County n gay party of youngsters who aro on- Attorney French, of Harlan, attempted Jojlngn house parly at Dr. Logan's, nnmmlt sulcldo bv drowning. Some They were out for a good time and that boys rescued her before she had been they were having It, thero Is no room In tho water long enough to drownto doubt Sho tied her hands and feet und cast President James P. Harper has a herself Into the Cumberland river forco working from early morn till dark A company has bten Incorporated to on the amphitheatre and other build purchase and ocrato tho II. N. I. H. ings at tho fair grounds and will hac under the name of the Louisville .V At- everything In ship shape by the llrst lantic The capitalization of tho com- bell tap Wednesdny morning. Pro.-iK'c0 represented by pany Is for a crowd And a splendid show shares of stock. Gov. McCreary, of stock could not be better and If the who Is to bo ono of tho directors, took fair not a grand success signs count 20 shares. for nothing. Gay Uro., of Plsgah, colored Gen. Kobt. Stone, n Johu II. Castlcman, of Pleasant boy, accidentally hanged himself while Hill, J. T. Crenshaw, of Lexington, ploying In n tree at tho restdouee of und many othor prominent horsemen, Dr. II. C. Jns)cr, of Itlchmond. Ho hnd havo secured stable room and will be a leather sirup around his neck, which here Monduy or Tuesday with their was tied to tho tree nt tho other und. strings. Ills feet slipped und ho was strangled to Dr. Carl Wheeler und friend, Mr. death beforo aslstanco could reach Vlloy, of Lexington, nro expected In a him. day or so nnd will remain till ufter tho Tho Harrodsburg Sayings Is some fair. Sam Lusk, of Cincinnati, Is al It says thut S. T. ready ul homo for next week's feswhat of a liar ltelf. Elliott uncovered n spreading vlpcn tivities. Mrs. John Oram, of Ualtl-mothree feet long, whllo hauling rock. Is with her relative, Miss Mary Ho struck tho roptllo and cut Us head Holmes Lusk. Her husband spent u oil when tohlsustonlshmenl.joungonos few day with her this week. II. 11. nbout eight luchos long, began to como Hoelcur, of Danville. Is spending his he destroyed out of tho mother. These vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mr. to tho number of 83. J. W. Hooker. Miss Margaret Inglns, Our Tuesday' Wsuu hnd u short ac- of Paris, will arrive Tue-du- y to spend count of tho bloody battlo fought In u few weoks with Mis Lou Hoekor. Clny county tho day boforo. Luter re- Ml Ida Twlduoll returned to Elluou ports fully confirm tho btory. Tho yesterday. Mrs. Adolla U Woods hnvo and Morrls-Grllllsomewhut Improved. J. V. Allon Is In been enemies for two years over tho Cincinnati this uoek selling stock. killing of Jamos l'hllpot by Anrou Tlicmorohutita here urn prepared for Morris, and tho killing of William tbt) crowd noxt week with unusually IJundy by Jamos l'hllpot. Tho battle largo ami woll selected stocks of goods. occurred about three miles from Messrs. Cbarle Wheeler, Jams Frye, ou I.lttlo Gooso Crook. Wuh I. F. Steele and- - V. H. Morse havo Thacker, n deputy sherllT, hud arrested worlds of dry good, notions, gents' u l'hllpot nnd was taking his bond furnishing good und the like, C. W. when ho wus shot from behind. Then Adams hutnedIolnos, fancy groceries, tho fight began In earnest, lu which &c., guloro, Dlhwiddlo Hros. huvo four i'hlloU mill u man named Fisher bought lurgoly nf groceries and fruits woro engaged on tho one side, and four of all kinds, while Ml Mae Logan has Grlllln and a friend tiumiid Morris on u hat or bonnut to suit any und ull who tho other. Every ono engaged was conic. D. S. Curptntor can soil jou shooting und thoro was no wny of toll-lo- g almost unythlng dirt cheap, und tho tho number of shots tired. Tho Hustouvlllu Holler Mills uro putting lu I'htlpotsnro proeporous farmers und overy hour possible grlndlug for tho lumberman and tho Morrises and Grif- big irado expected. W. C. Greening, fins uro farmers. Tho Morrises and tho clever liveryman, Is prep.ir.d to Grllllnsurofrleudsof tho Whites und feed and taku caro of all tho horses thut tho l'hllpot nnd Fishers aro friuud of como. x. the llakors. Anron Morris und Hugh Ed U'.Ml IIIIUTATIO.V. Grlllln woro killed, Hob l'hllpot, Fisher and HarvoGrilllu wer o murUlly Is tlio fori'rumivr to consumption. Dr. will cum II. und wounded and cannot recover and Green Hell's give such strength to tlio lung Unit a cough Grlllln hud a leg broken. Ed Fisher und Hurvo l'hllpot died of or ii cold will nut bi'tllu thero. Twvutj live jvutsut I'duny s Drug tituru. their lujurles, making four deaths from battle. Tho factions have Monday' Of 100 American college and univergathered In forco at points about two sities, HI uro noiiicctiirlu.ii und have tulles unart. 03,000 students, a against 72,000 in tho remaining Institutions of learning. THE rAOLB. KINO or ALL III KIM, I noted for lu keu sight, char and ills Princeton Uulvcaslty Is put down us " lluct vision. Boarotlmo persons who mo among th'o that Is not Sutherland's EugleEio fcUlve for weak eies. controlled by any oao denomination. gruuuluted stjes, soruBjisof auy klud or COl'QIIEU li VEAKS. Ids. Bold at I'ounj 'silt SJ cents. Gre-sham so el y, A." ts 20,-001 re. rs Muti-uhost- er scholar. Jimriul ) Tho colored teacners' Instltuto Is In Clt.ui Oitr.il.vmi, July IS. Col. IIIU saisloii and their discussions evince told ma tho 1th of July that thoro wcro rapid progress In their profession. four young ladle In his olllcc, who The leading editorial In the last Is said they had como to hear Fontulna sue of tho iNTintioit Jol'knal, Is highFox Bobbin speak. I have not tho ly valued by tho democrats here. It honorof the ttcqalntance of thoso gives the true situation. and most appreciative ladles, The beautiful farm nt Camp Dick bjt If uny of them will consent to o Robinson, was sold to queen of my stately mansion, In A. H. Montgomery, of Ellzabclhlown, less than two years, she shall draw a for 121,000. This said to bo IG2 per congressman's salary and In four years acre. be crowned the reigning queen of tho Dr. J. T. Wesley, of Mlddlcburg, Is executive mansion nt Frankfort. Per- visiting his son, Dr. I. S, Wesley. haps, jou may say I nm scarcely rich Capt. Sam Duncan and Llout. John M. enough for you: well I shall certainly Farra want to bo war corrcsiondents bo rich enough after I gel onu of you. at Manchester. When u crowd of young ladles ul Pine-vlllTho opportunity to elect a democrat inked tho brilliant Scott Farrls, ic representative In this county I at "If Col. Hobbltt was not a very wealthy hand. A hint to tho wise Is'sutllclent. manr" Tho gallant Scott replied: Let us nominate tho right man and wo 'Oh ! Hobbltt not a tntllloiiulre, but will vanquish tho foe. he Is In d n Una ilx ' ' Nobody could Men talk very freely of voting for a havo beaten this elegant and forcible certain man, when they never vote for reply. I do not sava much money, but any man. Thcv vote for tirlneitilcrf and I give with a princely liberality that tho man Is only tho servant to defend astonishes all Crab Orchard. You young and perpetuate thoso principles. ladles can settle tho nuittcr among Hev. J. C. Massec,tba brilliant pastor yourselves. Aoy of tho four young of the Uaptlst church, will preach lu Udles who will tell tho "King ol Ora- Loulsvillo during part of August. Mr. tors" (Col. Hill) In his own olllco that Gcorgo T. Mason, of Chicago, Is visitthey had come to hear mc, shows sulll-clc- nt ing his mother and brother, W. li. apprcclatlou to bo perfectly satis- Mason. factory to me. I understand that tho On Wednesday night Mr. Oscar given name of ono of the young ladles Boyle, son of Squire H. Hoyle, was I thu name of a tree In tbo far distant married at the residence of the bride, Orient, und her surname In Froncb by Rev. Crawford, near Lowell, to Miss by tho two words Theresa, the lovely daughter would bo represented of LaFay-cti- c hols (lis. If no answer to this open Drown. letter In .'Hi days, then 1 shall probably All the churches In our city will diswrite to Miss Helen Uoulu, with no cuss "The more faithful discharge of better success. church duties by members" on 1st facl-nalt- ng o 1 r i i I I I I I I ..... NO. 41 Hjifficy HATS HATS ! ! Hats to Suit Every body. Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, Alplue lints, Hal road Hate, 0 0 !K Stetson Hats ISrown Hats, Pearl Hats, Mack Hats; in fact almost any ! I SJ; irn hat wanted. H. J. M'ROBERTS. id-Seas- on Sale ! Look For Yourself. Fontaini: Fox Hoiiiiitt. Rl SM.LL A. ALCi:iL au Gen. KuscU A. Alger, after making tho worst secretary of war thnt ever happened, ha tendered bis resignation "to take effect at tho pleusuro of tho president," who ought to stand not on thu order of hi acceptance, but accept at once. Among those mentioned to succeed him uro Gov. Kooccvclt, Gen. Horace Taylor and Asslrtunt Secretary Melklejohn. Alger makes the sixth member to leave MoKinlci 's cabinet. iotmonCmattebs. Hev. J. W.SLynch, former pdstor of tho Uaptlst church at Danville, und Miss llebecca Pope, of Hoyle, were married yesterday. The innrrluga of Lieut. Arthur Joy Draper, son of Ambassador William P. Draper, to MUs Iill!o Duncan Voohies, of Lexington, has been set for Sept. '. Joe Green, of the regular army, whoso home I ut Mlddlusboro, had hi arm shot oil In the battle of Santiago nursed by Mis May Muleon, and of Canada, a member of tho Kcd Cross Society. Greene wu tout from Cuba to tho hospllul at Detroit, und there ho again was taken caro of by MUs Mai-soo They felt In love and their followed ufter hi being released. Ho bus kept the marriage u profound secret until the urrUul of tho voting lady Wednesday from hue home in Cans mar-rlaa- n. ada. HUM tho Sunday In August, September and October. Tbo subject deserves profound consideration as the conduct of many members brings tbo cause to shame and keeps many out of tho church. Political disaffection Is rapidly subsiding here. Mr. T. J. Hatcher, one of the few democrats who was not favorable to the ticket, was approached by a republican of African descent, who said: "Wo will beat Goebel, won't we Mr. Hatcher?" "By goshnn, that Is more than I can stand. Put me down for tbo ticket," said tho old Confederate. The opinion prevails here that the only way to avert tho Clay county troubles Is to abolish the county and divide It among tho seven adjoining counties. It contains only 237,000 acres with a population of 12,000. and a division could be made. The wurrlng factions would then be separated as they would gather at different county scat nnd travel different road. If I wero asked to name threo things which havo done more to destroy the highest and noblest Impulses and emoluments of human naturo and to retard tho progress of civilization and tho advancement of Christianity, I would name political corruption, religious Intolerance und social distinction. These practices are doing more to destroy the foundations of good society and puro government tha'i Intemperance, war and the lova of money combined. I challenge u successful refutation of this proposition. Tho whlto teacher' Instltuto will be In session next week, conducted by Prof. J. II. Patterson und tho exercises uro expected to bo boyond tho ordinary. On Wednesday night. 20, Prof. II. IC. Taylor, principal of tho Loulsvillo Training School, will present bis illustrated lecture, "The Heart of Cu ba." The views will utlst In describing Cubac llfo and character. Tho Instructor In violin nnd Spanish In tho sime school, will render sc oral charming productions, making thu entertain-uicn- t ono of pleasure and pro lit for tho small admission fees of 23 and 15 cents. It Is given under the nusplccs of tho Institute, proceeds to bo Used In purchasing a library. lly Goods Must Ee Sold. Good Values At Cheap Prices ! Satisfaction Guaranteed. $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. Look for Yourself; Ttll Your Friends. We Need The Cash Shirts, Pats, Underwear and Fine l'anlf. t7"SuIts Cleaned and Pressed.: THB GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., 'Phone 136, Danville. LOOK .Wo Sell. ! chine. New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Eldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing MaIf you need a Machine call In, we cm suit you. HIGQINS & McKINNEY. CHURCHES AMD PflEACHERS. CIIKAP KXCUKSION TO OLD MIKAMl.i: Mli'Uwl I urtsin, I'lslnlMJ. Ill , wake, thu blrii willed uu SttttSOlMt ItUt b l'4Ulllt fuld, illicit-Mr- s bsr vMlreslwl tors wuutb Ly hvrfJHi-l.ui rs oorM Us tuld titr ktw Miui ufionwuiiillou, slid Hut no iMsJUiiw (uul.1 ji hr. llrr ilruxuLt siukwUaI h Ntw lUaatjisfy fur lVmuitiUou, Pr KIh Wtujlil a Wtllc U'l lu hrr dWInbl found livrwif Mis roultaucl lis IwLvSllnl Iruui tlm Unl dsas umsiuI alVr takuiiC U lMIU, luiiml herself xxiud and we41. uuw uVv her uu btfuwwork, and Is w4l as tli stsr w.s - I res trial lollies of lb I. at Prut Store. Inssi WwuTtiy e, I'mny's guaranteed. Only 50 uttaudl uu, try hultlc Ma Ikj. w lsu. th 4itk'liu, The cupltal stock of thu railroads of just u trltlo less the whole country During tho year thanail.OOO.OOO.OOO. of this great sum paid no dividend. -- The other third was dividend paying, tho ruto running from 1 to S per cunt. Tho number of passenIn this gers carried wus 600,000,000. vast tinny 221 were killed and 22,000 Injured. The roads employed 875,000 men. During tho your 1,03$ wcro killed und 32,000 were Injured. 1 two-thir- VOI.CAMO KltUlTIONS Joy urand. Irnt Sklu Krupllulu roll llfs ofKuu-ulo- x lluekliii's ArulM (alis turw them alo Old, and Frier Sum. Uleen, Hull., Leluui, Cvrut. Warn. Cula. Urulscs. lJurm, bialdi, lhaied Clilllilalu. Hl Ills rum ou earth. s s I suffered ".'I jvurs wltu u cough, und Hand., Urlissout I'alusaud Aihts. OuIyjUita. a boa. Tho Mlllersburg council has voted spent hundreds of dollar with doctors und Curs nuarauttrd, bold by IVuuy lbs Pruafl.1. T" $:i00 for an artesian well and make u for medlcluu to no u villi until 1 u.ed nr. In 10 years tbo descendant of two Tills remedy start for waterworks. It ulso voted 20 Hell's If the percent, to help ull who would put uiukes weak lungs strong. It has saved uiy rabbits will uutnber 70,000,000, are favorable. II. Uovll, Oruuulmrg. Ill, conditions life. J. down concrete pavements. Are It is said that Win. 15. Kd wards, Chorlottesvllle, Vu., will bo chosoh Collogo. Linnietta Sl'itiNiis Among tho president of Kaudolph-Muco- n guest hero aro J. S. and C. K. Shuck- Tho Haptlst church, of Danville, has clford, Itlchmond; Muj, Goodloc, Mrs. extended a unanimous cull to Hev. J. R. Dlllohay, D. W. Armstrong. J. Charles II. Irving, of Hay City, Mich., R. Knox, II. G. Mooro and J. P. and ho will probably accept. dvo-cuto Danville; J. II. Green und wife, Urother Frank W. Allen nnd wlfo Crescent Springs; Mr. E G, and MUs uro visiting relatives In Columbia und Emily Simmons, Owensboro; MUs Allon will preach at Muttlo W. Cullender, Mis Matilda vicinity. Uro. next Sunday Fruzce, Dr. Puttl Sehwaukhausc, Tho. tho Chrlstlun church morning, and you should hear him. Fltzgcruld, II. C. Uaumbargcr, Louisville; J. S. Jett, Kuusa City, Mo., Columbia, Mo., Statesman. who died William Steel, tho banksr Ml Lisle, Lebanon; und W. T. Jones recently In San Ilafael, Cal., leavlngau and family, Lexington. A select hop of $100,000, often expressed an will bo given Thursday evening, 27th. estate aversion to ministers, and his will just tm m Newspaper plant In whole or In part II led for probate proves ibut ho meaut aro for salo In threo adjoining counties It. Thu closing paragraph read: "And lu Western Kentucky, tho counties bo-l- I mako tbo special request that my among tho most prosx:rous In tbo body bo cremated, and that not one Stutc. Printing a newspaper ut a prollt copper coin of the Income of my estate I ono of tho hardest things over under- bo expended upon or In uoy chapel or taken In a country town. Hopklnsvlllo church or upon the support or encourKcntucklun. agement, directly or Indirectly, of any mlulster of the gospel or on ikon si:i!Vi: Wastharrault of lilstlndld heal lb. Iujoiull- - missionaries of any sect, for the whole aids villaud trriucudoui cuergy aio hot fouud where Mouuuh, Uvrr, Kldue)saud Ikiwltarsout of the trlbo of whom I entertain a sinofordtr. II iou waul IbeMiiuallilea aud ths sue- - cere, and unconquerable imslbey hrlut, ut Hr. Klua-'- Jw Ul, 1111. hey dstelop viery uwer ut brain aud body Only aversion, because during my lifetime I - sturs. )v at l'euD)'s drufound that both tho men and wotr.cn C. K. Curon has been appointed con. preachers did not kuow about what they sus supervisor In the Oth district. wero talking." Van-Wlnk- lc, -Am og s well-found- ed POINT COMFOKT. ino iiiiceupciKU x uuio ruuwuy win run It second excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort, Vu., ou Tuesday, July 2oth. Tickets will bo 15 for good going on both tho round-tri- p, morning and uvonlog rcgula;-- . trains, s and ood returning 21 day. will bo granted at any station Kast of Kanawha Fulls on round trip. Old Point Comfort oilers more attractions this year than ever before.. Hoiug the most prominent naval base during our war with Spalu, It is fitting that tho captured ships and trophies should bo brought there. A number of our war vessels uro now at Norfolk navy yard. No other trip oilers such u diversity of Stop-ovor- pleasure, mountain, sea shore, river and ocean, a doe u trip to Old Point Comfort. Send In your name ul onco for sleeping cur reservations. Geo. W. Harney, Dir. Puss. Agent, Lexington, K' Despite strenuous etforts to secure u repriuve, Including un appeal to tho Queen, Mary Ami Ansell, who wu convicted of uiurderlog her sister, un Inmate of an Insane asylum, by tending bcr poisoned cake, was hanjed. Wednesday at St. Albans. The English aro not much on sentimentality, when It comes to punishing crime. - -- vA. . VI f. Js At Georgetown Monday 170 cattlo names of tho ADDITIONAL LO0AL. sold nt.1l to 00. democrat who sign tho call for THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho bolter's convention at Bowling Born to tho wito ut James Messcr, a J. P. Harper Is working qulto a of men on tho fair grounds nt Green discloses not as many as half a boy, James Messcr, Jr. Miss Minnie Munday, who was which ho will havo ready In a dozen, who are known outsldo of their Stanford. Kv.. July 21. 1899 precincts. It may bo claimed that they thoro yestcrkay, tolls 111 that Mrs. W. day or so. Charles II. Singleton raltod 3(Vi are voters all tho same, but It Is also E. Grubbs, of Shelby City, is very low bushels of wheat on 12 acres near apparently true that they aro being of consumption. IS WALTON. W. P. Crab Orchard, tho largest nvcrngo used by designing men and corporations Chicken Fr.nu. Flvo bushels of to nid In tho election of Taylor. An chicken feed screenings for only il at hereabouts. THE Tommv rot printed by tho Tho Loxlngton Herald sajs that array of such names wouldn't frighten J H. Baughman & Co', mill. StanHathaway .V Co., of Boston, bought md republican papers which oven a mouse. ford. Monday for export, 300 cattlo of various claim that Goebel stands ready toknlfo daugh farmers at 5o and another big lot at 4! It Is earnestly hoped thnt Gov. BradDeath. Tho IS months-olIJryan and turn Kentucky' voto over ley will not call an extra session of tho tor of Morris Doathor.ige, of tho d There Is a law compiling farmers to to some other candldato for president, Legislature to consider the Clay county section, died Wednosday after cut thistle. Seo See. 200, Kentucky clTectlvely denied by Mr. Goo-bIs very and dovlse means to mend it. noon of membraneous croup. himself In the Cincinnati Knqulror. situation Statute. Thistle should be cut befo o ... Such a session would cost the State He says that he has made 73 speeches combination of the largo safe at tho soeds ripen In order to prevent The $1,000 a day and at Its end nothing spreading. for Uryan and will mako 75 nioro Penny's drug store got out of shape Miss Mullle Barman, of tho West the National convention, advocati- woutd have been tlono to pay for the yesterday and John B. Mershon and outlay. For goodness sako sjura us tbo ng- his nomination. Said he: "Mr BryEnd, ha In 10 acres of tormcco and had to be pressed Into sor- Uathcr his chisel other crops In proporltou. Sho sees to an Is as much tho nominee of tho Ken lnlllction of an extra session vlco to open it. it all horscll and is considered one of tucky democratic convention as I am. let us bear tho Ills wo havo than fly to others that wo know will bo worse In fact, I bellovo ho cot a few moro More Snakes. E G. Baugh, of the tho best farmers of her taction. About 1,000 cattlo on the Ml. Sterus that ho killed votes than I did. There was not one Not tun' dollar's worth will la carried over if Low Prices will move thorn Tin: Loulsvlllo Dispatch with Its Highland section, tells which measured ling market Monday, rather a mixed Monday, dissenting voleo whero ho was concern- usual disregard of tho truth said that a rattlesnake 11 3 feet and bad rattles and a button. lot and vory few good ones. Best ed, and In my case the result was for a Goebel was too sick to attend tho meettlmo bclloved to be In doubt. Mr. Brysteer sold ut 4io:ycarllugs were Harlan Newell killed ono tbat had 11 ing of tho National commlttco at Chi and Jas. Hatln higher and sold nt 5c; heifers .'II and an received tho unanimous endorsecago, but ho was thcro all the sumo and rattles and ono button sovcu rattles and a button. Me; cow 3and3o; bulls 3o. Trade ment of tho convention for president. seemed to have been much In evidence. another with was very dull In cattle A bout 300 sheep Unless I was honestly, earnestly and Ho Invited Mr. Bryan to come to KenAnoCT 10 relative of tho Peyton on the market, owes sold at 83 to 83 50; unaltcrally In favor of Mr. Bryan for tucky this fall and speak for tho ticket family gathered at Peyton's Well wctheis.'li to3Jc; ("i0 ound lambs sold president, there would bo butono thing and he will doubtless djso. and Mcii'h KtirnMilng Good, CarpoW, Mattings, Ac , will lx markOxford. Tuesday, Col. T. P. Hill tell us, and at 4c. Thero were about 500 for me to do resign the nomination for ed down fur the Slaughter Sale. Notice a fow of the Bargain we me offering very pleasantly. All hogs on thu market andwcroall bought governor. I don't expect to do that. I TllEHK is no danger of a bolter's spent tho day by Cap. Gl!llsplcut3Jo. A few fairly whole mado a good mules sold at 875 to 81)5.- - Sentiexpect to be elected In 1899 and I ex- convention in old Lincoln, which Is one carried dinners and tho Cilicow U) to fie Summer cornet marked down to "la. repast fit for the gods. Tho famous old nel Democrat. pect to'see Mr. Bryan olected In 1900." of Gocbcl's original counties. A fow 10 pieces of Dimity worth 10. gu for fie. tare curtain, 3 )d long, worth 75, go Boferrlng further to tho charge that If who always kick, aro kicking but they wellwa-- i dug In 1310 by Col Hill's 10 pieces of I't'ipio worth 12 J, go for UJr now at 4I0 Going? Doublo header at Cincinnati grandfather, Capt. Valentino Peyton, Goebel Is elected Blackburn will go aro beginning to seo that It Is a silly lfic orgoiullr go now for 10c for tho relatives Sunday July 23d. Ono admission to Liro ctirtnlns, 3 yds long, worth f M, down, Mr. Goebel said: "I have the performance and aro ccasinc to do so. and it has been a 7Jc scrim, n loni at It lmtn, 3Jc of that distinguished old gentleman both games. Cincinnati vs. Washinggo now nt 71c. highest regard and warmest personal - 7Jc ton. Look at tho rail nud rates. Tick' 10c "" Tost Turnek, Bill Beckner, Tom ever since. Mr. Lewis Hossoll and wife, ets good going on train No. 17, which ItK) pairs of mcnV pants oulv 33c friendship for Senator Blackburn. Ho Ladies' thlrt w.tita worth 73c, now JSc all In their 111 carry extra coaches for tbo occa knows It. He knows and I know that Hargls and Ed limes aro the leaders of who llvo at the well, did One lot of wnratrd skirl, lung n they ltos' knee pants 10c success and sion. Good returning only on social day a If the ticket Is defeated this year, tho the bolters. Ara'tthoso names eulllclcnt i)owcr to mako tho Itlg lot of men's negligee shlrta Sfi tu tram leaving Cincinnati Fourth street last, OSc succeeded admirably In doing so. legislative ticket goes with It, and to kill any movement, decent or other ucpot . I'. si. July 23d. Get up a party Muslin Hkirts worth 75, go now at 18c close. Blackburn's successor will be a repub- wise? and come to tho Oueen City. All sum Hod tabic linen marked down to lfic BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. ahlrts nt A big lot of soft front tiro mer resorts now open. For further lican. To return to my argument conMen's Linen atiila markeil down to S1.7S ISandfiAc. They are cheap nt 75c r. d POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. Information apply to C it O. agents. The Maccabees uro rapidly cerning Mr. Bryan, Senator Blackburn One lot of men's linen hats market I 11.00 Is as much the nominee of the Louisthe net being 43,453 during the Some of tho Frankfort Negroes, to down to l!)c Men'sjillk, Clay suit marked down .o ville convention a& I am. I say (o jou tho number of about 60, who have not year. Men's silk tiulstird siiiwnJrn only lfic in. ComThe Lexington Street Kallway with perfect candor, that If tho Issues been captured by promises, havo organpany has increased its employes wages were separate, I should bo perfectly ized a Goebel club. willing to bo defeated myself If tbo sacPenniless prospectors returning from 10 percent. Big-Lin-e The trust has run tho price of tin rifice would glvo the democratic parly Via Alaskan gold country confirm the control of the Legislature and return stories of "salted" mines and of an ov plate up 31a 100 pounds, an Increase of 81.72 In six months. Blackburn to tho Senate." Mr. Goe- ercrowded situation. Mike Connelloy, a Paris saloon keep bel added that he was sure tbo State P. J. Devlin, of tho National DemoAnd j ti miner cort5, ladici' trimmed liM marked down to prices that will move ticket would be elected by fully 2o,000 cratic Committee's press bureau, was er, was sbot ana Ktiicu uy rorresi tlitm. majority and that tho campaign would Qrcd for pernicious activity In tho Chi- Lang, over a iramo of craps. In a wreck on tho Norfolk Western be practically the opening gun for Bry- cago mayoralty contest. an. Tho great solicitude shown bv the Tho proposed removal of Postmaster railroad in Ohio three men were killed Louisville Post and Dispatch for Bryan Baker and Collector Sapp reveals ineth-OJ- s and three seriously Injured. Mrs. Kate Clark committed suicide and the fear that seems to haunt their by which political funds, averaging dreams that Goebel will kn!feboth him 5 per cent., were collected from off- ut Pilot View, Clark county, by shoot And is It not due to nervous Tlio Ulieax-- l Hoti in Town Ing hcreoU through the head. and Blackburn are for the purpose of icials' salaries. exhaustion? Things always King Humbert and others of the royfooling the unwary and to make capiFunny things sometimes happen In look so much brighter when tc tal with tho friends of the two leaders, politics. Tne Kentucky republicans al government of Italy gavo 3,000 lire are In good health. How can & CO., who are not on to the wars that arc have a Taylor-mad- e candidate for gov- for tho aid of Texas Hood sufferers. you have courage when sufferT.I). KANEY, Manager Georgo M. Valentine, cashier of tho ing with headache, ncnous vain of ernor turned out by u machine. dark and the tricks that are prostration and great physical suspended Perth Amboy bank, was Georgetown Times. thoe disreputable sheets. Branch stores rt Kluabethtown.JKIkton, Owrmlxiro, holbyville, Versailles, Hards-towweakness? Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, has de- given six years for stealing 8130,000. .Ilopklnsvillr, MailUonvillr, Morganfield. Ueorgelown4Ky , Clarkhvllle.'TcuiT TouId you not like to be rid FOR some time past, thero has been a clined very emphatically the invitation Mrs. Labon McGlothln was run over of this depression of spirits? growing suspicion that all was not as of Farmer's, while Altgeld's committee to de- and killed by a train at How? Dy remotin,; the well In the Philippines as Gen. Otis' liver an address of welcome to the Na- trying to drive her chickens oil tho cause. By taking rosy cablegrams dally indicated and the tional Democratic Committee at Its track. ! belief grew that he was faking the meeting In that city July 20. Near Long Grove, Mo., Mrs. Georgo people in bis ctTort to appear the right Trleder sbot and killed her mother, cl Tho meeting, which has I to the IfoiiH) what! man In tho right place. These suspibeen talked of at Bowling Green for shot her husband tbreo times and then cions have been fully confirmed by tho the past two or three weeks, will bo killed herself. newspaper correspondents at Manila, pulled off In thatclty next Monday. For J.S. Milby, postmaster at Mllby, who presented tho general with a writtho past two weeks petitions have been Green county, was caught dead to N to the Man. A coat of nice Taint will ten protest against tho strict censor Industriously circulated In regard to rights handllug "green goods' and Is add as much to the atipoarnnr of your ship of press reports, asking to bo al this meeting. It will likely, however, in jail ut Covington. dwelling as a New Suit will mid to yours. Wc mill tho I!!it llrands of lowed to cable their papers tho exact bo a Hash Three Negroes are dead and four are in tbo pin. facts. Tho correspondents declarotlfat dying as the result of drinking stolen Sentinel-DemocrToo Mt. Sterling Pnitits, Lends And Oils. tho situation In the Philippines has says that not over 15 persons voted on poison, which they thought was wine, been misrepresented In tho olliclal dis- tho adoption of the resolutions present- In Barbour county, Ala. Come to Sec l'. patches and that the censorship of their ed at tho bolter's meeting Monday. Tho cost of car ordered during tho gives activity to all parts aggregatown dispatches has compelled them to Tho crowd was a large one but was first six months of this year, in tho that cirry away useless and participate in tbo misrepresentation. composed principally of people drawn ed 812,500,000. Every poisonous materials from your Their statement wan mailed to Hong tnrough curiosity, a few republicans, country Is running full time. body. It removes the cause of Kong and there cabled to the United and bolters to the number of not more Tho Peerless flouring mill and two your suffering, because it reWashing- than 20. containing S0,- - moves all impurities from your States, but tbo authorities at largo grain elevators, ton decided to treat their appeal with It was circulated at Winchester that 000 busheli of wheat, were burned at blood. Send for our book on that contempt that silence indicates. Senator Blackburn was In sympathy Mt. Vernon, Ind. Tho loos is estimat- Nervousness. Tho palnlitiK season is here. Wc wish to call your attention to the fact that wo To keep in good health you Meantime the London papers are full of with tho bolters and the county chair ed at 8100,000. rvi me i uenuy ,niu lainu, un, varniauos, lirushcs, Ac, in tho market. must have perfect action of the In a pitched battle between thrco accounts of tbo gross neglect of tho man wired him if It was true. Ho bowels. Ayer's Pills cure conAmerican soldiers and tbelr absolute promptly responded: "No democrat bandits and a sheriff's posso near Cim! stipation and biliousness. butchery with bad food and worse sani- should cou ance the effort to hold a arron, N. M., Sheriff Farr was killed Our lino of Toilet Atticles meh a.Toith I!rul..s. Hair, Brushes, Combs, Soap.. tation. Now that Alger has decided to bolting convention. Our party's tick and tbreo of tho posse wounded, two Yfrlto to our Doctor: Ac, is complete, and iifjllie ery beat iiuiility. I'rrliipi you wonM Ilk to nmtnlt quit perhaps thero will bo an Improve- ct should have every democrat's sup perhaps fatally. , 01110 vtnlDfnt stout jour tiiteuui PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from theil'urrat and Best drugs oli rvl all Thero havo already been recruited cuudltlon. Tltsn write ui fVou Kill tho ment and military posts will no longer port." retamable Trices reasonable. Wo tollcll )oiir patronage. lrtlculrt In your be bestowed upon political friends withrut. if tho L. & N. authors and sureadera for tho 10 volunteer regiments 2,203 cti iirompt rrplr. withoutAVEIU Adilfeu. UU. J. C regard to fitness or tbo Interests of of tho otory that tho present democrat men, tbo 31st Infantry leading with out Low.ll. Vw. the country. Ic campaign In Kentucky Is a conspira- 468. It Is oxpeeted that all tbo regi& cy against Bryan, Blackburn and free ments will bo filled by August 15. The Taylor Aid Society of back num- silver believed that those were the eggs Warden Llllard, of tbo Frankfort d"oo"o"oo 6o6'o(Tir5i5TS'Go ber democrats held u meeting at Mt. in tbo mare's nest, they would never penitentiary, forestalled a plot, formed Lincoln County Farm For Sale, o Sterling Monday and after passing utter a cackle, but sit right down to by nlno of tho most desperato convicts, o numerous and sundry resolutions de- 1 10 congenial work of to kill sevorat guards and liberate over On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99, Incubating. o nouncing tho Loulsvlllo convention, loulsvlllo 200 prisoners. The leaders were disTimes. 1 will olltr for Mia the farm which I Dow re un contain! 1'.' o issued a call for a conference of "demIt Is said that somo of tbo leading armed and securely locked up beforo l.l, lw btink, Crop, Ac ImIJ Unawell watrnt, o ocrats" to bo held at Lexington, Aug. Negro republicans who laiul, o wore ut ono tho tlmo set for attacking thu guards. uiHOlUntiliuMuiiriH wclllrmcJauJilniraUr I'J uillta from 2. As the movement seems to bo headed o E. Walker arrested Jack Slurrliml, a itatlun on the C S railroad, en 'lk loud In their opposition to Nomitlno Policeman to htilifurJ ltIJrnr lenllujf from by o Turnor and other nee Tuylor havo been pacified by prom- Bengo at Lancaster on thu cbargo of on aald rami la a lare frauif, rontalnlun rljihl o played-o- ut olttlcIans, tbelr cITort is ises of good offices, ulnlnl and nunit, liautrY, .tr new) argument the Hev. S. K. drumceness. AnBengo overaroso when and In nnt'Clau condition. Jtcady Mixed Taints for all TurKes. o tho bead Sal will licln at lu o'clock, a w. struck not likely to amount to anything furth- Smith having been promised that of Walker ami two caili, Inline lu TtlDH er than to give a little aid and comfort State Inspector, whllo others have been with a cane two or tbreo times, Inflicting yeara with lutrnt Iroiu .IjIa of aale.oneItaouiou o o two vory ugly wounds. Bungo is u glteu Pre IVmwmIuii oflaail to t kvLI to tho republicans, who aro needing all tempted with offers of o places in tho brother of ex Jailer and Liveryman to lrfn at 1.IWJ.time lor m4I1iik luual tho comfort thoy can get. Tho wall is asylums It. II U)lAN,MllIeJrlllr,Ky o II I.I and promises of census patron-ag- o Hlco Bengo. Sold for tho LOWK3T OASH Trices. but the expiring notes of political swans, o from Senator Doboe. LAND AND STOCK. who eolzo tho opportunity once more to o Tho BOth Session of Ibo Nelson Record says that Hog-Juo thrust themselves Into prominence. Taylor Is fitted for tho ofllco of Powell & Harper sold toIkoandGeo. o cattle at 4ic. Gen. Shaitkk, who will reach tbo govornor by neither culturo nor attain- - Shelby 20 QPQOQQOOOOOO QaaOJLQ2P UUDnuDUllU rDMiUlli O. P. Hullman say wu have ruined ago of retirement this fall, wants his medts, nor for any other office for that him. It was 3 and not lie ho paid lor rank advanced to lieutenant general in matter. In appearance he Is tho Cypress Shingles. OPENS SEPT. G. 1800. Iron Fence. of impressive; a slouch In his heifers. recognition of his Santiago campaign, WJtli building mid grouinU gruutly ImIs buck from Wayne gait, u boor In bis manner and tho butt XT Georgo Hankln but ho Is a fool to brlnir up that vublect proved , courtu nt study revUt'd unU oxteu-ilearaln. It has beon shown that hut fori0' lll o'lro bar of Kentucky, Ho la county, whero ho bought 200 owes ut a lur;e, couipctviu uutl rcllgluu (ac( ( uity, this Gen. Breoklnrldno and Gen. WJieeler.l tl,u " member of tbo Stuto admlnls about 83. Fourteen mules changed bunds' hero ho would havo thrown up tho sponge trtt,'on ' wnoin tho republicans in and Well - Known Female College and mado a more ralserablo failure than ' "bout Frankfort and who know them ut prices ranging from 4W) to 8125. all Intimately, aro heurtlly ashamed Glasgow Now. Metal Roofing. Kutvrs upon Its Jutilleu year under tlio mot ho did. Mill Work. Tlio verdict ut fluttering clrcuinaUucv. Ho and his wife keep a boarding bouso Tho 81,000 stuko for the best suddlo tliooo who hitvu known the cullego from lu Thomas F. Hahuis, la Frankfort and tho stories told of tbo stallion, muro or gelding ut tbo Illeh- - bvgluulug U that It wus nuvur to well equipjudge, whom tho bar hero In public shifts mado by this worthy pair to save mond fair has filled. A WOHD TO THK TATHONR OF ped lo ullrei,iocU ua ut preunt. meeting oneo denounced a unworthy of j R nlftlrnl. nnt M'MMV.Mft IKUt QMim Vi ,..!.. W. A. Trlbblo is gotting Kato Mal-l- Wo Invito th Most Critical InreiUgitlon ...W..V., . ntnitalnr. mnintj nl UOOI jJ any honor and unfit for any office, I i lu thatclty. xayior is tbo personllleu and her yeurllng colt ready for the Of all ourcluliua, bvlluvlug tlmt you will ooeof tho main kickers against the I tlon of all the low andtWrmiincrin h Hustonvlllo fair noxt week. "" decide that jour daughter will uot ouly lw Louisville ticket. It looks llko a wan man tendency. Dm old of all principle, F. Hold sold to Shelby T Harbison, curefully and thoroughly trained In nil ' llko Hargis wouldn't bo so squeamish, selfish to an extreme, his udmlnlstra-bJ- t of Lexington, a pair of sorrel geldings things uul will ulwi bo HAKE In our ichool. If you Imve not already Tald your Tuition Bills, plea cull Mrs. Saulloy at the Colas soon as convenient and jsy the amount. We uro In pressing neod of bis li tho kind that affect so much tlon could not but bo a reflection of tbo for $400 and a pair of harness marcs for Write for catalogue to money, ItEV. O. O. KISIIEH. A. M.. g honesty. U propensity of its bead, $200 illllerahurg, Ky. WILLIAM HIIEIrON, President. A olanci: at tho litis-tonvlll- e, - Louisville Store. nntl-Goeb- d May-woo- Clearance Sale Of Summer Seeds. el bo-fo- re We are determined to get rid of every piece of Spring and Summer Goods. d Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, d rert 1 a Waists, Corset Covers of Lace Curtains, Shirt Depressed I The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY Proprietors. v. antl-Goeb- at w ?s s PAINT CLOTHING Penny's Drug Store. car-wor- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. iK-a- TOILET ARTICLES c. CRAIG HOCKER. ooooooooooooo'oooooo arl White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. AV il Wall Paper and Alabastine w nd onoooooooonnnnnn Sfev A. C.5INE, jC STANFORD, KYI W oy Stanford Female College. penny-graspln- Holdekma.V, of Lebanon, la Wanted (food country hami. Ilea.- - The third examination for white his ton, Hud Holdorraan. ley ft Carter. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL teachers Is In session at iho court- kssiis. Macic Hl'Kkman and For house. BHAUTV pins and bolt buckles nt erun Hold aro at Crab Orchard (or Go TO Goshon John P. Jonoa', night nnd Stanford. Ky.. -- Julv at, i8oo,lholr,hcaUh hear Mrs. Mattlo Vandoveer Klrby MlW. J. A. COIIMINKY Is down with TnN boxca of llrag soap just received and good musicians mako melody. I chilli nrtel fovor. Mri. J. A. Allen, her at --O Warron ft Shanks. -- E. 0. Walto.v, Buai.siaa Manaof.ii. mother, continue to Improve U.N'Cf.B Heuiibn L.VOLBMAN la dis ATTOItNBY W. 11. Mason, of Lan Ilooics and supplies for tho public tressed over the ilwith of his flno game rooster his aon, Hub, brought him from SODA Watbh, Iro cold, pure and cMtcr, id brother, Oeorjjo Mason, of cbools at W. II. McUobcrts'. most refres.ilnjfat Penny' Drug Store. Chicago, wore here Wednesday. FlVK bushels of chicken feed for $1 Porto Ulco. Ho had refuted 825 for I T' ' him. wlfo and Tilt: ben material combined with at J. II. Ilaughman & Co's mill. care, .kill and acouraoy Imuro good """tthtor, .MU Mary Morion, of Iloyloi IK you want nnother wash drcaa for t result. No other mottiod aro over ipont yesterday with Mr. and Mn. W. IIidllBRT market prlco paid for frcMi, fair tlmo rcmembor wo are allowing a Penny's u. jicituban. used In our proscription work. yellow butter. Warren ft Shanks. line of all kinds of wash goo J a at 25 Drugstore. Ciiaiii.ii:, UttlosonofW. F.IIutchor, per cent. ou rcgulnr price. Severance k Tub commenced having convulsions nt .' Jouit- Inthiiior PERSONAUNbCIETY"GOS$IP. la only 81 a year cash. ICemcmber ft Sons. o'clock this morning und is In u very NAL Wi: will givo an exhibition of thoTI- that. IlOltN to tho wlfo of Jnnn '.. Soonu. crlllcnl condition. gcr disc plow tomorrow at 2 1. M. on Mr. Mlt3. T. S. Wkuii nnd sons. Shei) and morn, a boy. F.MtM of loO acre for talo privately. S. II, MitH. C. It. CouiMAN U vUlting her Kowan, of Knuxvllle, arrived Hits mor Potsctslon given to suit purchnscr. J. pike. tlaughmnna farm on tho cut otT Everybody i ning to visit nor parents, Invited to como. Judge ucd C. McClary, Exr. iiuituanu nt Aiuiinum. Hlgglna ft McKlnney. Miss Essib Kino, of Louisville, Is Mrs. M. O. Sauiloy. Wk will atoro your wheat cheaper Hit. J. O. Caki'ImSTku has gone to with Miss Jcnnlo Pence. The barn and contents of John Miss Kay Sai.I.ci:, of Hnrrodsburg, Manohestcr to deliver a lecturo boforo than you can hnndlo It at home. J. 11. who lives just over the line I tho naughinan .t Co. Is with Miss Anna Cook. teacher's meeting. Ho stopped at from Klngsvillo In Casoy, was destroyMlts. NaNXIB A. TVllKK Is spending London to sue several patlunts. Foil Sam:. My two story framo rca- - ed by flro Wednesday night. It was Mil. Sam C. Lackky, of Harrods- tho summer In Wlnchostur Idonce, with six acre of ground, on cut insured In tho Continental, represented - burg, Is at his father's, Hon. O. Mlt. JOHN 1. JoNBfl spont WeduosA. ofT ilke. Mrs. D. W. Vandovcer. by Jcso D Wcarcn. Lackey, to seo his brother, W. G." d.iy In Cincinnati buying good. Sl'AUMUNM I attending a few Lackey, of St. Louis, iNTBltlOli .lOL'llNAl. representa Tub UlM. Mat Cheatham, n yellow girl, Mil. G. L. IY.NNY and wlfu will go to tive will bo at tho Hustonvlllo falrcach charged with furnishing saws and other weeks nt his hmnu In Lebanon. Mils. AKNIK F..VM.KMAN, of Dan- Crab Orchard Springs this afternoon day and will be glad to wait on thine Instruments of escape to prisoner In to seiid a week or so. This will bo having business with this paper. Ilia tho Lancaster jail, was arrested by ville, It with tho Misses Woods. Mr. Penny's first vacation foryeurs. headquarters will be in the sccrctaiv's Deputy SbcrllT Logan Wood on tho .MitH. A. G. KaSTUIKU and daughter' A hozbn of young men, and u fow olllco. Creole this morning and delivered her Mlis Addle, aro visiting In Mercer Mlts. AN.NIB Lasi.bY Is vliltlng her married ones, who conld givo their Attention Committeemen, Tho to tho jailer of Garrard county. She wives tho slip, enjoyed a plcnlo on Dlx democratic county committee Is hereby denies tho charge daughter, Miss Susie, at South Park. Miss Maymb Siiioi.u, of Lexington, river, near II. V. GWcns' yesterday called to meet at Stanford at 2 I1. M. The disgraceful ending of tho ball TlIK Misses I.ognn have Issued Invi- Saturday, Jnly 22d, to attend to ImporU vlsltlni; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hossell. gama here Wednesday between HusMltfl. Dll. 11 LACK and Misses Alllo tations to "Hlchland Homo" for Julv tant business. A full attendance Is tonville nnd Stanford Is greatly dcplor and Henri Fish aro visiting In lllch t -- Uh at H I', m. lor u reception In honor John W. Holmes chairman. ed by the citizens and those who took of Misses WooUsou, Trees and Morton. inond. Tub Q. .V C. will run a 81.25 excur part. Our boys claim thH they wero Mits. HANNli:l)fKiCH,of Lexington, Miss Maiiii: Wahkcx, a Stanford M..bc.iuty, bits been visiting Lancurtor non to Cincinnati Sunduy from Junc not tho starter of tho trouble, but are her !rand-oIsover losee at Mr. L. FishV. relative. Miss Mury Saunders, of tion City at OiIIOa. M. and leaving Clncln ashamed all tho same that they should MissGltACBTClKllt. of Crab Orch- - Stanford, Is the guest of Misses llclla nail at 7 r. M. There will bo twocham havo let their nngry passions rise even plonthlp baso ball games for one ad under tho provocation. nrd, was tho guest of Mrs. Jnmes F. and Alllo Arnold. Lancaster I Miss Kula Tottb.v, who ncconman- - mtstlon, Cincinnati vs. Washington. The credit for tho rain tho early Miss Nuixir. MiMSHON has begun led Mrs. Goodknlght and MW KllaMay Catalogues for the Lincoln Countv I),rl or the week Is given to a Taylors again her school at White Hall, Mad - Saunders lo tho Press Convention In Colored Fair Association, to bo held at v'" Preacher, who wrestled long and Henderson, did not return with them. Hustonvlllo Thursday and Frlday.Aug. earnestly In prayer for It. but ho Is not ion county. QCIlT. J. AI.BX Doty, of Garrard, Sho Is stopping with her aunt, Mrs. 10 and 11, aro being gotten out at this '''titled to It. A good Stanford woman was over yesterday to seo his son, Alice Dawon Swoe, of that placo. olllcc. prayer that Itia full of liberal premiums "bo lifted up her voice-ILewis L. Doty. Miss Saunders reiorts a grand time at and tho enterprise promises to bo a imiHing ve.gctatlon bo revived with Miss Linua Mu.i.i'.it, who has boon Potoskey, Mich. copious shower, had moro effect on successful one. Adnm Weatherford slok for several weoks, Is seeking health president and Lewis McCIanahan sec- the Throne of Grace, wo opine, than "happbhwbsT Xocal at Crab Orchard. retary. any preacher of tho malo persuasion. Mil. K. L. Tan.S'BII and ton, Varney DaI.TON' for wuich work and engravSudden Death. Ann Andorson, Tho prayers of tho rlghtnous availeth M. Tanner, arc protecting In tho ing. colored, died so suddenly at Crab Orch much and wo know that sho is ono of South and Southwest. Gixl's chosen spirits. foul J. II. CAimtit, of Cartcrtvlllo, took Ni:w lino of queenswaru just recclv-e- o ard the other night thatWm. play was , Btikpceted and Coroner Landgraf The stockholders of tho Cumberland at George II. FarrW. tho train hero for IouIsvlllc Wednes-dawus notified. Ho summoned n jury and Valley Land Co. mot here Wednesday where ho will buv good. OLDllltlCICS. 1 want 3,000old bricks, held an Inquest, when It was ascertain- und elected the following directors: MisskhSahah and Ki.i.a Hkhiin-HOTllA- John Christmnn, Stanford, Ky. ed by physician's examination that Vincent Horelng, Robert Hoyd. J. S. of Garrard, aro Isltlng their deuth resulted from natural causes. Hooker, John W. Fox, James W. Fox, cousin, Mlts Jcutiio Ncwlaud. tOlt ItKNT. Storo room on Main Deceased, though nover married, leaves Jr., J. W. Hayden, J. A. Craft, Fores-tu- s Mus. KuZAiiirril Hiooins and Miss Street In IntbiiiohJouiinai. building. nlnoamall children. Held and W. I Walton. Judgo Mary Hlgglns aro visiting tho family Until Aug. 1st you can buy of us at Tin: Mlllersburg Female Collego en- Vincent Horelng was presiof Mr. Thomas Mcitobcrls in Danvlllo dent, J. A. clearance alo prices. Severance it ters upon Its Jubilee year was chosen vice presi under tho dent and Craft K. Uui'CB and Dr. A.S. Prlco Sons. Mil. J. J. S. Hockcr secremost favorable circumstance. It I aro at Dripping Springs, whoruomo20 Foil Salb My properly on Main ono of tho best schools in tho country tary and treasurer. From engineers or moro guests are enjoying themStreet occupied by T. I). Uaney. Mr and fully deserves tho liberal patron- reports mado to tho meeting there aro selves. age It Is receiving from this section. besides the finest of timber, worlds of Miss MAitOAiurr Ansu:y and broth- Kate Duddcrar. Miss Mamie Lynn, a lino scholar and a coal on tho Innds, which ho principally er, Claude Ansley, of Thomasvllle, Ga , In Harlan county, 6ome of tho openings SBBlhu display of buggies, forming excellent a teacher, will be In tho facand Harris Implements and aro guests of Mis Hcltle tho llko of II. K. ulty next session. An advertisement showing veins as thick as 15 feet withWcarcn. partings. There arc all of tho vaWearen t Son at tho Hustonvlllo fair. of tho school appears In this issue, and out Mrs. J. W. CaI'BKTON and daugh rieties, Including tho best coking, A tiBXTLB shower Is fulling as wo go for fuller Information addrct the prin- finest ter, Mis James, and Mitt Mlnva Park canncl und splint coals. Tbo cipal, Hov.C.C. Fisher, A. M. to press and many praycri nro ascend Pholpsaro at Old Point Comfort. company owns over .'10,000 acres and lngrorare.il soaking, gully washing STANroitli is to have a dally newspa- considers It very valuable Hlchmond Climax. property. MlhS MaUY Ham., of Maysvllle, who ruin. per. That Is to say It will for thrno . A LAiifiB party of young people . has been visiting Mrs. W. A. Trlbble, it...... nr.. vfiini it goou turnout at a days next week. It will be known as went to Junction City yesterday to visit1 reusonnblo prlco call at D. II. C. Pey tho "Dally Interior Journal" "Huston stormed tho Misses Dallou at their Mis Annie Trlbtilo. ton's livery stable, Morclund. Ho'II vlllo Pair Edition" and will bo edited cozy country residence Wednesday night, but they did not catch them napMlts. J. 8. KlNDItlCK, of Somerset, treat you right. nnd run by Messrs. A. G. Huffman and and MUs Mary Alcorn left Tuesday for Georgo C. JCeller, Jr., who will Issue ping by u pood deal. In fact, to use tbo language of tho street, they seemed to In Southeastern tiAI.i:. bhcrlll S. M.Owens told to from COO n visit to relative lo 1,000 copies dally for free Hud Martin tho Krueger farm of .'10 Kentucky and Virginia. distribution. Tho paper will bo printed have been decidedly "onto them," as Mi.hsbh KSA Camn'itz, of Huston-vlll- acres, near Turnersvllle, advertised In at this olllcc, but further than that tbo subsequent developments preyed. They were cordially Invited In and after and MUs Loulso Culbortcon, of this paper, for JUOO. Inte-Itio- it proprietor of tho Covington, nro with Mist Luclllo CoopJouitNAL ha no Interest in it, awhile asked to partake of delightful TUB question with tho feoplo hero Is er and other relatives hero. promoter success refreshments, not, however, until they not aro they going to tho Hustonvlllo except to wish-thhad arranged a novel way to select MlSSGBItTlllMIKl'BNNYIIACKKIl.who fair next week, but can they make ar and to help them to that end all ho can. partners to It. This was dono by havha been visiting hor sister, Mrs. rungement to stay all three day. "Foil ability, reliability and capabil- ing the young ladles put their pretty returned to her homo at King' Somerset Paragon. 1MCBNTS. TrustcoJ. K. Hush, for ity, no nomination for governor of Ken- noses through a screen, the ono who Mountain. Miss Lccib Ciian'cblloii has re- M. K. Allen, bankrupt, Is imylng hi tucky In the last 50 years has approach- correctly guessed the owner to have turned from a protracted visit to Mis creditors -- 0 cents on tho dollar of hi ed that of Senator Goebel. He Is tbo tho pleasure of hor company. Tho Magglo Chancellor at Mlllersburg. Indebtedness from hi estate, which stralghtest man I over know and know guessing created great amusement and ing that ho always doc what he prom- other means to the same end being will be In full. Mis Chancellor returned with her. ises, I shall not vote for htm, bceauso provided all during tho evening, It Most of tho ladle of tho late Ecohusband aro U. W. STEI'IIBNS, of Stephens V If ho I circled ho will carry out to tho proved really and truly a most enjoya- nomical Club and their Knox, who left here owing everybody letter tho plutform. which I do not en oio ono preparing to mako a plcnlo party to who would trust them, has taken tho dorse at all," So K)ko a distinguish Lackey. Mrs. Eliza A. Lackey, Dlx IMvcr and spend today hunting for bankrupt law at Chattanooga nnd la ed ex democrat to Col. J. W. Miller relict of Gabriel Lackey, died at 7 enjoyment and a cool place. preparing to have hi Indebtedness while he was In one of tho over river o'clock this morning at tho homo of MissSadib AMMBita, u charming wiped out. counties of tho blue grass region. Thus her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Kout, aged lady of Hfckman, who Is asyoung does Senator Goebel mako even hi po 80. A month or so ago she camo back TUB McKlnney Canning Co. I build sistant cashier of tho Hickman Hank, Is visiting tho family of Mr, Nannlo Ing a largo addition to Its already com litical enemies to pralso him, while his to Kentucky from ber son's In Missou closer than brother. He ri, to spend tho rest of her days Harper, In tho West Knd. plolo plant, K. J. Tanner, tho mana friend stick in her I tho soul of honor and will mako a mother State. She wa In her usual Mlts. Hakiiikt PoWKits and Mr. II. gcr, tolls us that tuur. are In 123 acre governor of whom all the people will good health when sho came but about F. Slsco, who aro now living near of tomatoe for tho factory aud as they 10 adys ago sho was tanon with tbo llux Wnynesburg, wero horo yesterday for aro rapidly ripening tho wheel will n be proud. tho first tlino In II years, Mr. Slsco AT tho Commercial Club meeting and tho end camo gradually and peaceto turn In u short time. wa Ml Alleo Power, having married last night, Hun. J. X. Saunders, who fully. Mrs. Lackey was twlco married, Al'l'LBS. J. A. MoKoo, tho nursery tomo four years ago. went to seo tho attorneys of tbo South- her first husbaud being IJeve'rly llroad-du- s, n . to whom sho wa joined In Miss IIknnii: Naiikiis, of Mississip- ma of Klngsvillo, wa hero yestorduy ern railroad at Louisville, by direction, u that ho bad no prospect for pi, has been engaged by Dr. Shulton to and told reported that In company with Mr. H. Three children survive this marriage, any fruit except apples, and that Is T. Qulsenberry, Danvlllo' Mr, ltout, S.T. and R. D. Uroaddus.of bo principal of tho Primary and Prerepresentaparatory department of tho Stanford only fair. Ho ha &0 acre of peach tive, they laid tho advantage of the Missouri. Mr. llroaddusdltd In 1810 and tree and not a peach on any of them. Stanford routo for the road' extension her second husband In 1605, live years Femalo College. Tho rest of tho mo 8iiow tor grape u about hall u bofore them und they In turn had a uftcr they moved to Monroe county, a lust session. will bo tho saino crop. stenographer' roort mado of it for Mo. Deceased was ono of l.'l children, Hon. II. C. WaukbN ha returned ripe old leaving Judgo from Ilussull Springs, Hboital. Mrs. Mattlo Vandovcer the eon of President Stewart, who Is 10 of whom lived to Hallow, ages. Four of Garrard, Sauiloy there to further recuperate. Klrby will glvu a recital at Goshen superintending tho extensions in tho survive, Mrs Jano Mr. Wurren tell u that bo far a ho church Saturday night, 22 J, for tho bcu absence of hi father In Europe.. They A. K. Lackoy, of Madison, D. M. Lackey", of Lancaster, and M. G. Lackey, wa able lo ascertain the sentiment for ollt of the church. She will bo ueslstcd bald that our routu wa as short, could Mr. Lackey, was a democratic ticket I fayorublo In by good inntlclan and tho entertain bo mado on much lighter grade than of Purksvlllc. tho of tho Haptltt church for 05 KumoU und Ca.oy, both of which will tnent will bo worth many time tho that by Lancaster, besides save two ex- member 'one price of admission, 25c, for adults and pensive bridges, that Danville and years and had tho honor of being glvo It tho usual vote. Stanford could olTer over 7,000 people of tho charter members of tho Uaptlst L. Kosk was unablu to got ISo for children. Mlts. J. lo Lancaster' 2,500 and that tbo two church hero. Mr. Rout tolls us that a up a Lady Maccaboo Toat here, bo tho Cash & McClukh's now itore-houtowns could and would do moro for finer woman nove- - lived or ono with a following ladle who bad given hor I went to Junction City and nt Turneravlllo tho biggest thing on their routo than Lancaster could belter dUwslllon,or moro oven temper. their names, O, Slno, tho cootrac )oselbly do. The report was received Tbo funoral will occur at Uuffalo wcro Initiated- In tho order In tho lodge wheols. Mr. A. Spring cemetery at 11 A. M. tomorrow, d there: Mcsdame Joe ColToy, Kd WUJ tor, commenced It only a few day ago with thanks. The county meeting for Saturday was thon declared 22d, after a short service at tho grave. G, II. Woarun and Annlo S. but haa It under good headway, proving korson, Lailoy and Miss Magglo Sacra. After- that Ulck Dradley, of Harrodaburg, is oil till Mr. Stewart can bo beard from Few people aro blessed with mothers long as Mr. and Mr. Rout, Mr. ward! Mri. Rose entortalnod them and not tho only "lightning contractor" In and a more dctlolto proposition bo act- as Rout's still living at tho age of 80. ed upon. tho country. elegantly, tho ladles eay very re-cl- to m 3 WHERE DID YDU GET IT ? This Linen Suit? tliee I got It at Jamc Frye's Ho hat cut 15 Sulla to f.J.GO. Ho has tome the price on ', Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes find lio U . m m Closing Out His Strnw And Linen Hats And gives you a clmnro on Hint fine.Sowing Machine worth you buy. with ovory $1 That's the place to trade, Sure. Twlco-a-Wce- JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. ..... i The Hustonville HUSTONVIL1.E, Fair, KY. NEXT WEEK, JULY 26, 27, 28. Miiolc by Saxlnn'8 Celebrated Hand. $1,500.00 In Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. Liberal Premiums In all Kings. JAS. P. HARPER, President; W. D. HOOKER. Secretary: J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. dc-tln- d. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky, havlne been re cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; tho new discovery In optical science i wish to eay to tho Lailies that Record-Cummin- THESEJuitLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very katest Designs "Fleur-Dc-Lis- x) Jtfouldigs 1 Patterns never sold in this locality before-ha- ve to bo seen to lo appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among the lot is the New French " mouldings specially suitable for dellcato pictures, Embroidered MnU, French Wafer Colors, and all pictures that ro. quire n dainty frame When In Danville, call and seo us and get our prices. Wo mil pmujuu uuucj 124 Third Street Opposilo Port Ofllcc, Danville, Ky. y. GREAT REDUCTION IN SHOES! The first big cut of the season on Lidies' 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. SOW FOB THE PRICES. We will tell you any pair of these shoes at actual manufacturer's cost. We will looe the freight and givo you the shoe for what it cost us at the factory. You can buy trash at a far greater reduction but when you seo their goods, examine the quality, Mylo nnd make. We are confident you will recognize them as tho bent bargains ever offered A good run of sizes now on hand. JOHN P. JONES. SEMI-WEEK- o m Big Drop In Prices On Summer Goods. Look at I $ thesePrices; Come and Sea the Goods. e: We have ju8t returned from the cities where wo bccured some Fast colored Lawns at only 4c and 5c. 10c Fino Organdies at only 7c. 15c Fino Corded clTecta at only 10c, 20c nnd 25c Fine wash goods in a variety of now weaves at 10c. Now Linens and Coverta for Skirts at 5c to 10c, bo-gi- New White Piques luc to 20c. 12c Percale" a 10r, Wo have Jiul replonUhetl our stock on SEASONABLE GOODS. And they will go at above Hcduced Prices, deduction in all departItlg Shirt Sale. See those 1 Silk Dosom Shirts at only 59c, ments fao-ul- ty SEVERANCE A SONS. a!MKgBKgaeff A Family Carriage so pro-losc- B. K. Opp. That combines beauty and comfort with convenience, in one of our well made, easy riding and elegant Surreys, It la unexcelled for workmanship, durability aud comfort, and will give more satisfaction fo' general family use than other car. rlage mado. Wo are selling them Cheap and Fast. Court-IIout- Wearen ic Son, Stanford, Ky. e, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL X afclletfj.Bd.Xv.wejAa.yai HUBBLE. smd, aTrlaaww ground. Mr Jnmes Hack ev'shorsotooK SICK will be charged. av When not wjl.l3.eo ns she was roturnlnc from Madison a few davs ago nnd died on the way at J. J. Walker's. tsjj v't j rj James Itotrers nnd Charley Adams of TIB CIO sold their first load Jimwatermolons knows tho Monday In Danville. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. secret of whooping them along. Addle Enelcman Is teaching tho col No. 6 Arrrlreaat Stanford at 3 OS a. M. ored school hero this fall. Miss Annlo HI No. 4 leaTea Stanford it W nav. No.SI Arrives at Uowland at 3.30 r. M. McKlnney will begin tcnchlng nt tho No. tl Learea Stanford at white school hero tho 1st Monday In XNOXVILLEDIVISION. August. Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. 11. lJ03pm M. Snoonamoro died near hero Monday Ho. 34 Train olng North ...-.41 ana 3 " " " gravo JJilin and wns burled In tho DlackcrlyLancas J.5 " "' South litUpni yard Tuesday. Bro. Clark, of For alll Points. ter, conducted tho funeral services in a BO '10 II TICKKTS bOLD. way. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11AH0AHE CHECKED TllHOUOU. very appropriate Spoonamoro havo our sympathy In For anr Information enquire of their bercavemont. JOE S. RICE, Agent, SUnford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Moborly, of Knoxvlllc, visited relatives a fow days fMNKFORT AND CINCINNATI. this week. Thomas McMolow has bis brother to assist in tho shop Frankfort t 7 . if. an 3:40 r. X., SnectlDK l "eonretown with . A C, and hero through tho busy season so as to at 8:40 A. . nJ 8:10 P. . Lear. rrl t 0W; keep up with his work closer, ucorgo M.. connecting and S:SO ton with ti A C. and retching Frankfort at 9.1S Robinson and Bright Sutton aro ar """"jSsEHl R.KEWTON. A. G. P. A. ranging to start to New Moxlco Saturday. Eph Engleman took his friends CRESCENT. QUEEN on surprise hero Saturday, by coming Tralm pes. jetton City u follows: In from Arizona to mako his home. H. 1 South 13 03 p m No. 1 North... 11 p m They will stop about Lexington. Miss "8 " 11 Mara HIP" 5i8 " OSpm Stt "and 3 do not stop. "JO 10 run .SOOam Salllo Smith has been visiting relativesa no fur- in tho Maywood neighborhood for 9 and H,l $1 PER YEAR CASH . Goorfro Wood bought sorao hops of J. Olllce of State Inspector nml Ex- W. Kubanks nnd others at 3c. nnuticr. Good showers fell In this community Fnuikfort, Ky. Ai.r. 4, 1S00. enough to wet the Monday, but not OFFICIHLJ3EPORTS Balance fund, Balance fund, Wt Uiai Fanetnrti and ti AU Slnit ef RECAPITULATION. Bepelrhg. to credit of sinking $802,073 5 1 Apr. 30, 1809 Tlin DASVII.I.K fVCI.ECO., IIASVII.I.C, No IIJTblrJM. to credit of school 131,40148 Apr 30,1809 034,105 02 ! Join ll. OAsti.rM, HlltCKIKHItHIE AntiienO. t,Miit.M, OAeTtrMAK KY ROYAL fs vtimttt 1 .... M To Hon. W. O. Hn.!it.r.Y, Governor of Kentucky. I linvo this ilay completed tlie niontlily cxitminntion nml comp.irUoii, rtKjiurctl by law, of the Itooks nml of tlio Treasurer nml Amlitor Public Accounts; nml respectfully of report that the law 1ms in nil reypectfi liocn complieil with by these olliccrs. All funds licloiiguig to the Commonwealth have been properly entered nnd accounted for. The condition of tho Treasury nt the close of business on the 3ht day of March, 1800, wns ai follows, vii- :S1NKING FUND, Ualance In treasury, Feb. Total Deduct deficit in genornl ex- peine fund Apr. 30. 1S99 MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, Tho Seamstress. !nlklinulo Sewing. Cutting and Wnter Worke ft. 589,157 67 Plain nnd Filling a Specialty INSURANCE COMPANY Llvcrptiol. Barboe OfflL-er- Leaves balance In treasury O. 315,007 U3 Apr. 30, 1809 D. D. S W. S. I have before me atatctnenta from var t.irgett Tire Insurance Connaii) In !" ICya uuriu. ious batiks showing amounts on deposit of the Treasurer, ni lollons: Tcoth Extroctod Without Pain I to tho credit &. $109,453 07 In tho Farmers Bank of Ky Air. rhrlclah In attend-auCIn State Nat. Bank, Frankrorl 08,lKk 09 Willi Vltallwd Mnnni;erIioutliernt)epnrtinrnt. 8S.609 02 InlttNat Bank, Loiihville Office In tho New Tliompon llullatng. tt Ccnetnl Columbia llulldhig. Ixnile- In American Nat. Bank, of 13) l.vllle. Ky 74,010 41 Louisville Bank.Owenj. In Nat Deport 10,900 W PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST, ! boro ON BEAZLEY, Lnncnstcr, Castloman, n. DR. W. L. LOWDER, MOKINNICY, ther thin Junction City. RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Atom baking powders are the greatest grwmcrri to health of the present day. now aajuaa eowata ea, m roan. A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. QUav VeRobertV Vx Company, Drug Store In the Owsley Unlldlog. Tie Southern Mutual !nvestmsni Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Wo P47 While Yen Live. Old Una Companies Pay When Yen Die. Oeex llMiOO paid In llrlng WneSU. Orer iJ0,0.M Hewrre and Ssurplus n KSIM WEAIIKS, Ixal Agent,. tlianfbrd. ky. A. SJIITI11MI MAN, Secy., 13 Uilnlou, ky. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO High Bridge Camp Meeting July 21-3- 0. Low Rates Daily, Queen& Crescent Special Su.vd 1 v Exithsiosb. s for particSee small bills and nsk W. 0. RINEARSO.V, 0. P. A ulars. Cincinnati. sg-nt- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO u X I UfliWIIiHIBsHill ML ll bmviiiiMmti. frtoM laaitMuttbutfflitaH The Favorite I.inu TO fcrifaV IsOTJlBVIT.UB CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, lOtli and Hroadway. IVascng.ers dc.lriug iiifortnatlou and ubrasku rales to Wisconsin. Minnesota, atul points 111 the far West, Including should addrt-Un- ,xmz Frank . Gen. l'ass. Act . E. II. llacou, Dis, l'ass. Agt. & Gen. Mgr. Dcwl. Charles 11. Hockwi.ll Traffic Mgr Vicc-1'rei. From this deduct checks arawu prior ni'tlon. w.uil.l rrecrliitlone Carefully Compounded Ilay or In I Lincoln like lo take1'nr terui. on rood fartns anil particular-ato April 30, 1999, at follows, viz: -County. Night. WM. LANIMiiLr. S715.M2 5S On Farmers Bank I1S.2S3 80 ddrc. 18V9 28. uriger, tj- 1j 30,731 23 Kcc'd during March, 1S99 On State Nat. Bank 13,918 5S 3,029 63 On 1st Nat Bjnk Total In trcaiury Mar. 31, 1SV0 752,323 80 On American Nat. LIVERY, TEED AND BALE SOiI 01 SCHOOL FUND. Hank STABLE, 74,622 44 On TWADE. Deficit Feb. 23. 1809 4,852 20 30,038 04 $30,033 01 Paid out In Mar. 1S!9 Total KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Ni.l.n.llJ fjriu onn.fre.lo Soulbni.t Kaaw. IU ill line Well loealeJ. 10 tulle, fntui Ih. nd Mules ccuttnntly on hand and hh.1 r..nilnraunlrr. Iblrkle Horse ttlM H HI Ml 70,474 01 shown in Total Leaves balance above on term.. er trail, lir fana In.11tVnlral Kenfor sale at all time.. .a M.MtiHa ua't 109,35107 1801) a.a l ,"' IMMTIf Ml lea 33 IH 3 15,007 lUfKYt f Kec'd during Mar Treasury, Apr. 30, 1809 iaOITl,V AJJrrMlloiiShiiafcinl.Kjr. inJt. (T) On the 31st dar of March 1809, there Ba.ancoin treasury Mar. 31, were outstanding warrants amounting 89,87043 $301,3(K) 84 1899 ,0 239,032 23 GEN. EXPENSE FUND. Issued In April 1S99 I519.S95 55 Deficit Feb. 2S, 1S99 168,170 37 $000,9X107 Paid out In Mar. 1699 Total 239,832 01 UrinKiov, o few days. Miss Suslo Paid in April 1609 6SS,074VJ Total Somerset, la visiting relatives in this Leaves outttanding Apr 30 252,424 57 :,0.101 " community. J. H. Minor, A.J. Longs- - Kec'd during Mar. 1899 1S99 . ton and Misses Efflo and Uelia ixmgs-to- n Ml af which is respectfully reported-O435,650 35 have gono to Rollings, Casey coun- Deficit Mar. 3J, 1899 W. LESTER, RECAPITULATION. ty, to spend a few days. State Inspector and Evamincr Oniy the beat companies reprewntcd. Balanco in treasury, to credit l2 Inquiries solicited. VERNON. 86 MT. of sinking fund Mar.Ul, 189 1752,323 11. MAHONY, Agt., StanforJ. R. to credit of A ent for tbe The recent rains were badly needed Ualance in treasury S9.S70 43 school fund Mar. 31, 1S99 Co., In this section. riwly Lent! Bri:x RMliesc In K:nU- Walter A. Wood Machine The rock quarry South of town has o :f Abl alwajrnt for tbe cello, Eentwir, with 57 ba'ance in two funds 812,200 29 Total closed for tho present. Liai wH taprered fw Silt. Deduct deficit In general exLowry Grass Binding Twine Tho field Is now open for a democrat435,650 35 pense fund, Mar. 31, 1899 ic candidate for representative, but wo o.iu.led new 1 lawU toller 4 rbnp anJ ellrttlre bind, tlwotihof which will hear pf few aspirants for tho nominah.S "nuln. S aww.. ttn. -- ell an.l all' nee- - ntthiM 111 with U the iritilar aiDO, I alio handle Leaves balance in treasury Mar. orrhaid, new tion. We suggest F. L. Thompson. 406,549 94 UACnn.T;SUITL!CS AUDISZrAISS. 31. 1S0 Oumn meotinc at Somerset, July .W. malranatne una in a ".'-"".- .: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott have re with treat Call on ui. and 1 will sate jreu limner. I have before mc statement from var- Special train leaves Junction City at A, -- e hate wet--,. aLMtiv Ijj anr one wnu , homo In Ala. -..- iu. moved to their former ious banks showing amounts to the cred- 8:24 A M 95c round-tri- p to bomersot. wewautw " " "':.TV.7 ii wanta it 1) .111., o.bama. Other parties will take charge J. S. Ml'i:rilY,TuiBersllIe,K as follows viz: JAHU jii.iwwih it. ! .a.n.. l.rlrk .. . t Great colored camp meeting, fine pro of the lime kiln. R. E. Sparks and it of the treasurer, W al hare lor Mie i.it- -- ",7- - ; ,. ,:,,! J111.531 30 gram Kv. alat.pt-- . Mis Marv. visited relatives here In Farmers Bank of and plenty of foreign talent. Frankfort 117,029 16 High class music, abundant refresh this week. Mrs. Mattlc Brown, of In State Nat. Bank, I. In avM Louisments for overybody. Ask agents 'or ,n.l "i., land a, there ttrua Parksvllle, Is the guest of relatives In American Nat. Bank, Montltrlio wr ...si- -. . 111.052 19 full particulars. ville Pennington here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam 105,075 22 In 1st Nat. Bank, Louisville Horse show, fair and carnival, rejoice over tho birth of a daughter. Kentucky Huitonrillo, Low rates via Queen Aug. Misses Halllc Ballard, In Nat. Deposit Bank, Owens10.000 00 A: boro route from all points In and Crescent of Barbourvlllc, Lloda Tucker Olf.re hliMrrlrM lo the u.le efWut LiteoU good to reand Cur eountlra. full stock ol Ut9u.aud Cais. Kentucky dally Aug. Lizzie Jones, of Crab Orchard, are etaalwaT.on hand. 8450.1SO 93 LexTotal I), tt. Candour. Manager. turn the 14th Inst. Greatest show quests of Mrs. Wm. Dillon. Miss Oma had. Don't fall to atington has Cozatt, of Parksvllle. Is jruest' of Mrs. From this deduct unpaid Capital lk,'f IIO.OIO. checks as follows, viz: tend. Ample room for all excursionWill Wright. Lewis Dillon Is very 111. OHupanj Ducce.r toTh, Irmer. IU.lt .1 T,u. ists. Lizzie Beazley, Pearl Cozatt and On Farmers Bank $ 7,123 81 Mlssea ouilr efi. Orchard, On State Nat. Bank 12,690 20 Maggie Livingston, of Crab tArWfcR'S MRS. U. I). (SIMPSON, Pror.. Bank 17,101 39 are guests of the Misses Stephens. On 1st Nat. HAIR BALSAMUBe .UttI txMtlfkt tb ClMUMt t the marriage of Mr. On American Nat. Cards aro out for ft RUMUini I7WW. rtMUotM ay. 12.715 50 Bank Ab Sparks and Miss Lena Bentley, two Newly furnished; clean beds; splended popular young people of this place. Porters Everything labia. 49,03099 $49,030 99 Total M this week. Mrs. Wra. Ward was here uul meet all trains. Hk.n autb bu.lu- e- relatione lll Ir beueaelal and rl"nlMnt Hallard is teaching In the Sams DOC LOST ! in treasury, MeJIum fltel aboil talbxl Whl'e and lllark district. Luke Pettus Is hero from Leaves balance IHUIXTtmS Hllih. Ulwral reward for her re400.54904 Spoltli-tt'- r Mar. 31. 1899, as shown advertising tho YOUR ACCOUNT! ("' J.J Wllllaiu., Green Brier Sprlogs turn to thltoince On the 2Sth day of Feb. 1899, there picnic. hr., J.S. Is duu and ready for Jim, and you are ur, William were ouutandincold warrants 9303,130 63 gently raiut.ted to A. W. tan.nter, PREACH ERSVILLE. (W 100,343 Issued .n March. 1899 W. ll.l.'umiuin., Lynn, ! J. I. A large crowd attended the picnic IS. II. hank. J. i Ca.b, 629.4S0 21 Saturday. Total to March 31st, 1899 U. Owilev. If ou owe toe. J. This mean YOl" 168.179 37 Offers The Fallowing Courier W. G. Cummins sold a pair of mules Paid oil in March 1899 orricKits: Ky. H. CREER, & Fox for $240. John Rlgsby to Bright Agricultural. Mechanical EnRlneering S. II. ShanVa, 1're.ltlent; .nM a hnnn tr Mat, RicsbV for 0. Iry(' outstanding Mar. 31, J.ll.Owiler.ta.hler, Electrical Engineering. Civil EngineerW. I. HrUhi, At. Cwliler. 301,300 84 ing. Classical, Normal School, and Five Rev. Ben C. Horton conducted servi 1899 Scientific Courses, each of which coders church Sunday. A rnlurtion durinc the month ces at the Methodist il.835 09 four years in the College proper and leads Ho will preach at the Baptist church 0 NATIONAL BANK You takii your Wln-u- t uud Corn tu Morris to a LESTEU, next Sunday. proO. V. In Wm. Duuglierty's .bop Its Faculty contains twenty-ninwas called to equipOK STASHIKU, KY. Mrs A. J. Thompson in Maiiford and get In cirliange I'lour und fessors. Its groundx, building and Stnto Inspector aud Examiner. Meal. You can iilm tm) I'lour. Meal. valuo Its ments represent $450,000 in the bedside of her futher, who Is very l'evd. Ac . cliuupur at Hruii. labralorles. Chemical. Physical, Blolog-ica- l, C&vlUl Stock SIOO.ODO. Sarplui, $17,053 51 A trial ill In Rockcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Rich-ar- d my tiliice tlinu iinv wherein town Office of State Inspector and Exauiin , ...L Botanical, Geological, Physiolog..A I .tirliAlll.. Will Imi -" Thlsln.lliutlonorUlnslly ettablUhed a. tbe !. I. .11 I a... . l.flM.it .ninml I pledge llber-n- Bratton and Mrs. Jeremiah Lawical, Meclmnicst' and Electrical aro Hie l u good thing for farmers My good, Frankfort, Ky , May 4th, 1699 largest and I'ent in Kentucky rence, of Madison, are visiting relatrnnsactlona and full weight Iki.1I Hank ol Stanfurd In ISSS, tbiu reorcanlied ai llher Itnller eomo from Duilderur'e Dl E.ch legislative District is entitled by tives hero. Mr. and Mrs. GrUiom aro To Hon. W.O Brauliy, In IMft aiidajalo muiiuis i ur.i. Mills unu nr law tofreetiiilion, room rent, fuel, and tbe National Hank ofSUnlord with their narenls. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Governor of Kentucky Telephone. No Cs lights for four prupeily prepared t"d nts narifanlied aa the I trat National liank ol Stanford Horton. Mr. Cramm and sister, of this day completed the monthly In the college proper, and to an en ual I have tl alijr an uninterrupted Pendleton county, are guests ol the examination and comparison, ieUlreil number in tho Normal Department, all to In 1SS2, haa had new wll". It Is belter Misses Pettus. Mrs. John Naylor left by law, of the books and accounts of the bo appointed by the County feuperinten In KenThursday for a two months' visit with Treasurer and Auditor of Public Ac dent. Alumni of other col cgei course. Udlltle. for irsnal!ng bu.lneaa )rwrllr and tucky are entered in pout graduate relatives In Greenfield, III. Messrs. counts, nnd respectfully report that llieto Entrance examinations Sept. 11, 12 and lla Ions aud bouorabU Will and Richard Pettus visited their officers havo in all respect compii'M wnn 13. For catalogue und other Information, of IndlvlJuil., tWuesailM.flriui career. Aunta purcnts here Sunday. Mrs. DoBord, tho law. All funds belonging to the apply to JAS. K PATTERSON, Ph. D LL D. aLdludlTldualssolUlled. mother of Wm. DoBord, has been III Bn.tn linre been correct y entered nnd Piwldent for some time. Sum Cummins has boon accounted for. The condition of the Lexington, Ky DIHSOTUaa. Stanfokd, Ky., Session Begins September 1 sick list this week. Several Tron.nrv at the clmc of Imsincui on the on tho J- - W. Harden, hlaufqi J V, IU1J, I Jncolu i go to 30th day of April 18W, wn a follows: -t young people from hero expect to S- : Hau,hiuan, " IiIb In S. T. Ilariia, " Cluuiunatl Sunday on the excursion. SINKING FUND. T I'. Hill, J. S. linker, " GoodN. Mrs Harriot Foley, of Williamsburg, Bnhuce In treasury, Mar. " W. A. Tilbble, 1752,323 8(1 W.l Waltou " Is with hordaughler, Mrs. John Hutch-In31. 18S9 50.301 60 J C. Slier has returned from a I(..P',I ilurin Aoril J. 11 Colller.CrabOrchM M.J. Miller, Mt.Vcruoa Goods Warranted. business trip to Louisville. Mr. and M.o.Uuiore, btanfurJ. Fit Guaranteed., tS02,0SS 42 Mrs. W. H. nrown aid children spent Total iCy., orncess. Give Htm a Call. 14 8S A. J. Thompson. during April Sunday with Paid out AroltMMtelaia to offer Siieclul Inducti- - J B. llokkir, rrt.ldenti J. J. Mc ItoUiU.Caetilir. . ... . ,,(..l.( Ut..l. U. II..I II.,.. .... II1VUIS IU .1 II1V BIJ1'IMJI 0UUIII ..t .liciltu HL.r" UI3&CAN.NOT 11E CL'llEO A i MtKlnner Ai'l.tantCshler. April 30, er lu saving tlit in eiktru oiHnu and litnu. Iheycuiuut rtecu Ihedu-raV- l Balance In treasury, by Ibcilapi'llcitloni, y tu 802,073 64 lu addition lo tho loeul huer theru will l,o uurlloiiof tueeir There U only one 1899 iuio ilealurM enj that ! by uou.iltutlpuel reuie. SCHOOL FUND. Sc ltelufwlu!w4bymij lnllaukM ronJltlun oira Iul.i. of the tuuouut lining ol the l.uiUiUiau In treasury, Mar. 31. Wbcu tbU tube geU InltaueJ you here rumbling Ba'ance Oliver Chilled I'lowa and ltepalrs. SO.bTO kuu.I or I'niwriMl ueitilitg, ami when It la entirely 1S99 Malta Oultlvatoni. U-- t lit tho world end uulew the tbe 42,389 02 For all klu'la nf,sUot. When alilpiilng East ilol JrafiiMia iUteu reauli,aua tbia tube rtalurnl ltec'ddu-lnApril 1899 I Deerlng ltoll aud Hall Hearing Hinder. out tan dou't full to eurrtlgii our cure prltllegu tilHearing Mowera. During Hull ami to III uuriual ruuJltlou, hearing will U tletroyei ing which will U) uf bvuellt tu you. out of ten me cauied by Catarrh, fortTert nlue Moytr Huckbciarila and lluggles. of the $ia2,IOI wbU.li la uolblug but au IndauieU touJltlou Ttal Uurdeu 1'Ioas aud Double fliutvls. Ci:NTItAL COVINGTON feTOUIC VAKI) CO. uiuivuaaurfiHW. 774 57 1899 Will puy market price for Wool. Sucls We will gle One UuuJrvJ Uollara for any raw Paid out during April ol pejlun. (tauaeJ by talarrhj that cannot bo CominUalnu Urrua will giro prompt ultuu-tto- n funiMied upy time. All kinds of Furniture aud any plecu or beturrJ by ilaJl'a Catarrh Cure. A SmJ fur tocouslgutneulk. ', J. CUeuey lo.,Toleuo10. klndof llaniesou wnt. Call on Kv Leaves balance in treasury Nil.l by Drugg'ati. 7V. a I), B. CAIU'fiNTKlt. llfsTOvil.i.e. Hill ,401, 48 April 30, 1899 CON8IO.V VOUIt STOCK TO lUU'a raully t'Ula are tbe IwaL OEM. EXPENSE FUND. SIHOMl. VlVMi ires HE MAD 1435,050 35 conker, Deficit Mar. 31, 1899 IHic vUluu uudu clear, etyvs removed and 39,632 01 during April 1899 And wlllluir tonav ton prices In CiSH for giuikuliited 1IU or oro ejea of any kind Paid out Lire Sims Commission Merchants, '"' ClilcWens. i:gg, ivV"-,r;"""iV' ajteedlly aud elTectuully cured by tlio ue of Wax. m...i,u.. ni,i.i.inr. 076,482 30 Total rlalve. It's put up SutUerlund's KaK1 E Cent ml Covington Htock Yurds, Covington Hides of all kinds. Copper. Hraaa. Irou aud And Dealer la 80,821 09 Kv., or L'n lou block Yards, 'Jluclnuutl. O, For Kec'd during April 1699 lit tubea. und sold ou a puarautoe. lloue. AUo will U) lu the market for wool WVa eblpplng bill our care privilege Bee mo und get uiv prlcu beforo silling, uud lt ut I'enuy'a Drug bton 1IAH1TI3I, SADDLSIiY, k0., sulllug Ct iilrul Covington block Yurda. We eel unit ca.li. Cull at my liead.iuurters, mm r .lefidt Anril Anr. 30, wllluiakolt to jour udvuutuge und glvo Perrln & I'euce's Olllce, near rtel- -l. Man-for- d, Louis MeRoberts, a Rowan county 6TANKORU, KY. I5S9.167 07 your stock our puroual atluutiou. " UPUBON. Ky, 1Rvi farmer, was killed by lightning. W-- Total on dejM.sit Apr. 30, 1899 f 331,0 13 39 - KlCNTUCKY. FARMS OPTIONS WANTED. B.G- FOX, FAR1VI FOR SALE er - a at XjIFB FIBB, R. A. JONES, DENTIST, 6c insurance: - Stanford, Ky. QUEEH & CRESCENT &tS ROUTE 2. 8-- 12, J. S. MURPHY, ,S.Z .. l. re"r -- .Jt5 Lcx-Inpto- n, '" J. T. SUTTON, Undortalcor, Lincoln County National Bank. lr eer Mason Hotel finit-clah- s. m Solicits Your Bank ImtmHtcr, Aocount, Kentucky. r' The State College Of Kentucky, n).r, (io-ch- Settle It At Once Stanford. J. Just Like a Frt-d'e Clilc-kv- Mill. Milp-atur- r, e FIRST ...- n- - liral-ciaa- t sur-4i- H. C. RUPLEY, Tlio filorchant Hccclvlnjj Tailor, 1 Co-- s. Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington, Spring Siuuiucr 19 Eastern Foreign on the Market !-- crs TO FARMERS. J.G.JtfcGfjAY ludaui-uallu- imm mm IJt i WANTED , UNDERTAKER! .,..