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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 25, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899072501_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 25, 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. v f. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVIII. MIDDLEBURG. Y UNCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 25. 189!) 10 A. M. NO. 12 Inecndlnrle and thieve are getting their work In Cucy. In our lait cor- wo told of the theft at lilch Hill. A few nights ago the ikmu olllco ut Douglas, this county, waa enured und V& In booty taken. A night or two later the rcildonco of l'ottnn-Har- t wa entered and Kinicthlng like SJj In money atolcn. Tho writer and four other boy went to Lexington a few day ago to Join the volunteer array for Philippine service, but a Uncle Sam l not tuklng all the traah that come along, a tajw line soon Informed u that wo were not needed. Wo were all broke, but the republican Statu convention being In In School beelnsnt Mlddloburi; A cade mv Momloy, Auf. 1. Clnronco It. Ojrir, of Ml. Sterling will bo principal. Tlio Carey county fair, which will bo hold at Liberty next week, will draw n largo delegation from UiU neck n wu urfl n fair going people. A social wu given Thursday nlgnt by Mr. and Mr. James Short In th'i par lors of tho YocmlUJ Hotel. A goodly wore crowd of tho elite- of both town In attendance and fun making wont on until tho "weo hour." F.ldor John 8. Sweeney, of Pari, and tho republican nomlceo for auditor. In nn old Casey boy, but thl Is not a republican year In tho old Kentucky home, and whatGus Coulter will do for him will ban plenty. Tho ground hun not been wet to any conldeuaclo depth tluco Mny 30. I'.nrly corn U almost past rccump'.lon and un-la soaker come within u very abort tlmo lato corn Is ilootned. Pasture are nil dried up and stock water In some sections I very dlftlcull to find. Lookout for an honest election and an honest eount from tho "old Meventh" next November. All I not roy by any mean lu thu camp of tho rad and what will fuw bolter tho democracy loose be olTuct by tho bolting clement of tho enemy. Hero' to tho Ooebol election law, tho safe guard of political liberty. - to tho bedside of his father-in-law- . M. II. Morgan, of your county, who Is sulTor-In- g of paralysis. Squire W. II. Klnnalrd I visiting In Columbus, O. Mr. Margaret Gill and Mr. W. II. Klnnnlrd havo eono to Hurbourvlllo to visit relative. Succe to tho Dally Interior Journal. Tell Huffman und Keller to send It to mo. I claim tho right to see It, as I was the first man who paid for tho I. J., many year ago. The blue und the gray, Jnller Koss and Capt. Mlko Salter, wore on ollco duty Saturday night and no shots were fired. I guos they decided not to shoot while thu employed or An entertainment will bo given by tho Ladle' Christian Aid Society next Thursday evening at Mrs. jonnio West, btanford Aveuuc, for the boiiolltof tho church. even laillcs wore examined nt Miss Kllra Luk' olllco for school certificate last week. Tho reKrt has not beon made on tho pajiers, but most of them will get llrt class certificates. Among the many excellent men named for representative, T. II. Itobln-so- n has been favorably sokcn of, on account or hi valuable service In tho democratic party. Some ono should bo out-do- Dr. J. M. Acton wan called nominated Capt. at once. with tension wo toon donned oursolve tho robe of republican by putting on badger., etc. Tho way we worked thoo dclcgntcs was a plenty. Candidate Kanisoy, of London, had ubout the best cigars. The claret punch wu tine. Wo jrot homo should uny one uak you. Mr. HoUloGooch and Miss Hollins-wortof Now Augusta, Ind., returned home Friday. MU Helen Sharp, tho accommodating (Hiatmaftor of Voso-tiiltand a tlsicrof Mr. Oooch, accompanied thorn. Dr. J. T. Voley and wlfo returned Friday from a brief visit to their son. Dr. I. S. Wesley, at Lancaster. Mrs. P. K. Glllctto I visit-lher parents In Indlanatxills. Misses Dolllo Coultor and Florence MoAnnlch visited relative In Junction City last this week. Dr. L.J. Godboy leave eek for u visit at Onolda. Tonn. Miss g Cora Uranson, of Augntta, Ku., I relatives ut thl place. Stcubon (iodboy was given tho appointment to West Point by Congressman Horolng, but failed In his oxamlnatlou. Casey I now In the throe of u great rcllglou awakening oral hunt It look that wuy. Kov. Wllllailie, of Aduir, l asltiug Hro. Montgomery In u revival at Liberty, to v. Crouch and Godboy arc holding n protracted meeting ut Willow Springs. Itov. Glllam I a rovlval ut Wulltown und Kov. Mason ut Poplar (irove. Ituv. J. F. e, vis-Itln1 , I holding a revival at the lUptlst church at thl place, bolug ably assisted by tho pase, tor, Cupt. Green, and Ho v. D. K. of Georgetown Collrgo. Itev. Williams Is an ulilo man and ti foretblu William, of llnrrodsbu-g- Fo-gl- bpeuker and It hoped much good will reault. A crowded houso greet tho now preacher both duy und night. C. C. 1 si'KNT a"gooi tvirMl)oo'roitiNa. Mr. A. N. Noell, of Ahervillf. Kansas, say hu K.ut u good farm doctoring himself for chronic dial rhoeu but got no re' lief nud was afraid that ho uiuil die Hu chanced tu gel hold of u botlle of Colic, Cholura und Diarrhoea Ituinctly and was permanently curvd hy It. For sale by Craig A I locker, Drug- Chum-borluin' gist. Gen. Oil olllclully cable thut "Omen under Cupt. liyruu mut l.'.O brigand in tho Island of Negroe und killed 116 with thu loss of only onu man, but wo shall wult for n conllrmutlon from tho epidemic of diarrhoea there. He had a severe attack und was cured by four doses of Chamberlain's Oollc, Oholera und 1)1. He say Le also recomurrhoea Heiuedy. mended it to others und they say It Is the Iwst medicine Ihoy over used. For sale hy Craig & Hoeker. lound robin correspondents. AN Kl'fDKMlOO?' MAltKHOF.A. Mr. A. Saud'ers, writing from t'ocoauut drove, Fla., says there has lon quite an Tho F.Iks ut Loxlngton havo sold tho privilege ut their upproachlng fulr for u totul of ubout 18,000. WUUIItVuL Hl.UNPKU Will oluu cuk t horrlbhi Huro. ScalJ. Cut or llruLa. iliukUu'a Arnica bale, lbs Ut lu Hi voTld. will kill tin, mlu an J wvuil'tlv liml It. Cum UM Korw. rVvtrHurw. Ufiara, Holla, Valoua, Corui, all bkut Kiuptluua, beat 111 ruraui aarih, Duly is ila. lx. Cure tjuirautwl. bold by I'suujr, Drugglat. A GcorgoArnold sent u kissing bug to Landram. It looked llko an overgrown spiucr, nau rour wlilto siots on the back and barked llko a pup. The poor tiling died after kissing 13111 v Hamilton, there being no necUir on tho latter' lips, which necessary to the oxistenco or tho aforesaid bug. Our Col. J. W. Miller I not tho man mentioned In your hut Issue In refer ence to mo man over tho river, wbo said that he would not Bupiwrt Goebel, nccauso Ik I reliable and would enforce doctrine to which he objected Whore doe that J. W. Miller roldeV City Marshal K. M. Walker wu ar rested Friday on tho charge ol commit ting assault and battery, by striking .incic iienge, wnom tie was taking to Jail. Tho trial I set forTuesday. There l n dlfforenco of opinion a to his guilt. Tho trial of Mat Cheatham, charged with handing saw to tho prisoners In Jail, wa pased till Thursday. Tho last Issue of tho Hecord had my head on a horse', which wa drawing the Central Hecord Into the democratic camp, it wa n splendid cartoon drawn by that excellent artist, II. Clay Sutton. It might havo been Improved by making tho feet and head larger and the oars longer. When I challenged Uandram he selected a quart of whisky each, as tho weaion and, prooubly, I can down him. Tho light being made by tho Club of Stunford for tho Southern railway will not bo likely to materialize. Though tho route, which they propose, may bo as short as tho ono by our city und may be less oxpenslvo In bridge building, It I also tiuo thut by thu'. route they run through a country that Is easily uccetslble to other railroads, wlillo, on our route, from llurgln to Crab Orchard, It open up a country much more remote from other roads, which will furnish to tho Southern an ubundunce of freight, consisting of live stock, farm products mid lumber. Our people uro still hopeful. W. O. Dunlup, who wak with tho Hough Hldor in thoCub.in oxpcdltlon, writes hU mother, Mr. II. F. Walter, from Alaska. Ho enlisted In tho regular army ut Sun Francisco, and several companies were sent to that country to remain two year. His company wll go ubout MX) mile up tho Yukon river und build u fort. They were eight days on tho steamer, St Paul, tho phoo of destination being 2,100 mile from Sun Francisco. Ho Is delighted with hi trip und hi muny friends hero Join him In hoping thut he will gut bomu of the yellow motul while there. About midnight Saturday, Sheriff Sander und Deputy Ward lodged Gill Pruther In Jull, charged with mortally wounding Hubert Hurton, at Paint Lick, on Saturduy, by firing a 38 calibre for u long timo. lull Into hi bowels Prather stated to Itev. Frank W Allen writes us from mu that hu wa sitting on u box whit-tlln- g Hutiutbal, Mo., that ho will bo horo In and hound Hurton wero talking time tu fill his pulpit Sunday, 30th.- - Tho ubout their dogwhen Hurton knocked Journal, of tho 21st, says: Thu society him off tho box, Jumped on blm und event of yesterday among some of plckcd.up his knlfo which had fallen. olltc uud polite, wu u morning That ho ufterwurJ sent to him uud went with Mrs. J. Will Whaloyut hor beuu-tlfto him for hi knife, and ho refused to Center street homo. Tho levuo give It up; that they mut In tho ufter-noo- n, wus in honor of Mrs. Allen, tho accomItov. Frank W. Allen, u when ho usked Hurton several plished wife of of the First Christian former pastor time for his knife, when ho drew a church, both of whom wero favorites, kulfo und advanced on him In u threat- - still well remembered und appreciated Jliig manner uml hu fired; thut ho then In tho religious, literary and social cirwont und surrendered to Wllllum FUu. cles of thu Hluff City. Tho coterie of lady friends present comprised u lurgo t. wiiues euys iuui uurion throw up number und from 0:30 o'clock until his hands und usked Pruther not to nearly noon there was u delightful hum shoot him. Thu dying ktutemeut of of companlonablu voices of women conuud pleasing to Hurton Is suld to be, thut, when Prattl- versing on topics dearMrs. Whuloy wus cultured femininity. er drew his pistol, ho throw up his usslsted lu receiving uud entertaining hands und usked him not to shoot. her guests by Mrs. .lohnO. Farmer und Pruthor lives In Madison county and Mrs. Arthur H. Dreseher, uud little Misses Annette Allou und Jullu WhuHurton cumo from thut county u few loy, daughters tho pretty und fulry-llk- o Hon. It. II. Tomllnson of tho guest, Mrs. Allen, and tho entermonths since. been employed for tho dcfonmi. tainer, Mrs. Whuloy. Tho ices and hus Sovorul doctors saw Hurton, uud, ou other delicacies iiecullarly palatable Sunday evening, ho was uot expected to during tho summer solstice were surllvo but a fuw hours. passing ly dainty. 1 20-3- 1. Com-morclHan-ulbul- 's ul On Sunday night Mrs America KTTF.lt FHOM GKO. O. HAHNKS. Walker, mother of Mr. Jcsso' Doty and J. J. Walker, died at tho homo of Mr, HTir.r. iinADsmsMrrmtso. i. r.. a. n. K. u. Doty, Funeral at Preb.vteria.i church Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Further men-Ho- n Washington, D. C. Jul;- - 20. I am always glad to got tho I. J. and wo pc- will bo mndo In next letter. Tho city board of council had a call ruse It contents with nn Interest una meeting on Saturday to consider hid bated by tho lnpso of years, and tho for constructing water works. K. P. many event toward and untoward, that Morlts, of St. Loul, offered il, a foun - l""'o marked the lllght of yoars'slnco tain In Central Park and ono to furnish wc wero resident of tho quiet village water for man and beast, for tho fran- - ,'on tho St. Asaph. Stanford will always cnisc;nnu men olio red to furnish M) ooueartous. plugiit2,000uycnr, foras mnny yeurs This L'Oth of July Is tho 45th annlver-a- s tho board could Icgnlly agree to sary of our wedding day. Six weeks lease. Mr. Hoyer, of Scratiton, Pa., 'after this date In 'ft I, wo were off to to furnish 40 plug- - at Ji',000, or dla on the good barquo "Annlo Huch- &0 plugs at 2,a00 per year for 20 years. num," winch took 133 days to land us City Attorney W. I. William then 'n Calcutta. explained that under tho constitutional get ray weekly India bnper, pubprovision thu city could not Incur u lished nearly 1.000 miles Inland, In 23 debt boyond 3 per cent, of it taxablo dnys, never over 30. Naturally my thoughts are retroprocriy, which would bo about 21,000, tho property being ubout $700,000, and spective today, nnd I live over again tho ucceplnnce of the lust hid would the year not to bo recalled and not to Incur u debt of JIO.OOO, nearly twlco bo forgotten. It comfort mo In the the umount that could bo legally Incur- comparative inaction of old age, to red. Considering other indebtedness think of the day of service In tho vinethe lease would only be good fur seven yard before tho vigor and sap of early years, nnd Mr. Morltz's bid ulono cun and riper manhood were spent. 1 am hopeful of bo accepted. Tho mutter was referred bringing forth some to J. K. Stormcs and J. C. Thompson more fruit beforo decrepltudo sets In for consideration and they are expected with Its paralyzing power.Of all things lo call tho board together this week. If I deprecate being laid aside us a "ves they accept tho bid they will then call 6el" no longer "meat for the Master's nn election to ratify their action. It Is use." I don't bellovo the Lord I love said that 00 per cent, of the people nnd servo will let my sun go down In favor tho enterprise. this fashion. I shall bo glad, dear Walton, to send churMsand preachers. you any Items of Interest from the capUro. Joe II. Hopper will preach ut ital that may entertain your readers tho Presbyterian church next Sunday and keep them in touch with us In our changing fortunes. morning und night. Of course this Is tho dull season In The 31th annual convention of Ken tucky Sunday School will bo held In Washington. ThoBo wbo can getaway nre "scattered quadrlvlnus. "But of tho Louisville, Aug. KldersJ. O. Livingston' und A. J. 300,000 who make this city their home, Duughertee nro holding n meeting at 100,000 are lu governmental employ Pino Grove, and have had six ad- nnd uro chained like gulley slaves to their monotonous tasks. It Is a house ditions to date. One of the good ladle of the W. C. of bondage In which they dwell, but T. C. hus made tho terrifying discov- the pay Is certain and on the whole the ery that there I alcohol In "rootbeer,' assurance of adequate und steady support, Is un Item that goes far to recon and ha promptly Inaugurated a cllemostto the unavoidable servitude agulnst the bovcragc. Itev. Ira Partln has handed in hi which a government clerkship entails. resignation us pastor of the Falrvlew Many thousands are disappointed apchurch, but It ha not yet been accept- plicants for places that only tho favored. Ho will preach at the Baptist ed ones secure. And these, did they but know how much of sweet liberty church In Lancaster Sunday. The Hapttsts or Flat Lick, Pulaski they forfeit In gaining the coveted county, celebrated the centennial of tho pluccs, would not bo quite so eager to old Stouo church there with n three obtuln them. But ranking a living dny meeting lasting till Sunday, when grow raoro difficult overy year for some of the most prominent Ilaptlsl of jwor folks, and dUtance lends enchantment to the view of life In Washington. the State wero present and preached. Itev J. Wllllum Jones, of Itlchmond. Public life In all Its It ! Hut the glamour of Va., who was u schoolmate of tne father of the editor of this paper, will fill It will never fall to lure Its victims on the pulpit o! tho Hroadway Haptlst to their undoing. I am Impressed with church, Louisville, while his son, Itev. the haggard look of tho "best wu Carter Helm Jones, tho pastor, is taking breed," among our statesmen from tho a vacation. Tho old gentleman hu president down. Tho rascals aro fat four sons in tho mlulstry and he is very and care free enough, as they minister solely to self, but thu men with conproud of tho fact. Christian Kndcuvorcrs ol Lincoln sciences you can pick out as you walk County; A director of tho C. K. move- along the street or watch them from ment In Lincoln county, I uui request- the galleries of tho Scnato or tho ed to unnounce that wo ure Invited to House. I will not say here, which meet with tho society ut Turnersvlllo class predominates. The city Is not a hot as usual this Sunday evening, July 30, at 8 o'clock. Wo wish to discus it district' rally to summer nnd wo find it not unpleasant, keep alive und Impart to others the though not lo be compared for u mospirit of enthusiasm kindled ut tho dis- ment with Sunibel, "beautiful Isle of .tho sea." HltO. B.MtNUS. M. K. Piicitt. trict convention. When Itev. W. M. Hrltt unnounccd Thcrs It moi Cjitirrli In thl, uKiInu nr ih Sunday that "hi Irleud, Walton, of country tlian all utlirr UImui ut turllitr. and nnill Incur I.VTKitioit Jot'UNAi., had promised nl.Ie. ins l.l lew (Nil wa, iupi.n.1 In tho vr a great mint ream ruuoumvl to bo present If ho would preach u II a local .llwaw, and iTwcriKil lot l muedto, and ruii.laully falling In rnre villi irratiurul, sunetlllcutlon sermon, uud that ho was ronouii.T.I a Imural.le. Nliuloalbaa iruten catarrh In I a oiililmkuul UlMtiw, and lurrtfurs piopared to keep hi part of tho con- ir.iitresriUliitiuual lisatmeat. Hall I'aUrrb luamiUrturcd by I'. J CbcuejrA To. 1'uls.lu, tract, oven If the editor wu ubsent," Cure, Itibeuiilyruuilltuilunal Obiu, dire on die mar-kI ho overlooked tho fact that though i laWn Internally lu from dru to tramuorul, Il acla dlrecll)- - on blood and ubsent In body wo wero present both in iiiucoiia aurfciva ol tin) a atom. Tber otter one dollar for any caw It (alia lo cuic. tcnd lor spirit uud by proxy In thu person of our ilnulara and le.tliuoulila addrraa I brother, K. C , who reports thut tho J CilKNUV A CO, Toledo, O. lrilfttll, preacher delivered un oxcolleut und Nld bjr I amlly Pill, Tac lbs tal. Hall a art) highly orthodox sunctttlcatlon sormon President McKluley's $3,UO0 spun of from Hob. 13:12, "That Ho might sane-llf- y reuched tho people with Hi own blood." Arab carrlugo horses hu Urn. Hrltt ha been learning ut thu Washington from Fox Lake, Wis. Tho feel of the great Currudlnu uud his horses stand 111 hunds high, uro persermon showed that ho Is u most upt fectly mutched chesnuts, cun trot lu pupil, which wu further evidenced by tho 2: 10 class und aro descended from the upprovlng exclumatlon of thu Bi- tho Arab stallion presented to Gen. sters, who haven't enjoyed a sermon so Gruut by tho Sultun of Turkoy, ' 1 cru-sad- o 1 I l. Uo-111 buii-drr- m I I I l HATS f i HATS HATS ! ! ' ': lints to Suit Kveryhody. Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, Alpine Hats, Kai road Hats, Urowu Hats, Pearl Hats, Black Hats; In fact almost any hat wanted. i j ;w I Stetson Hats ! I ft ffl I I IMj SV H. J. M'ROBERTS. Jdid-Seaso- D Sale ! He Goods Must Sold. Look For Yourslf. Good Values At Cheap Prices ! Satisfaction Guaranteed. $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. Look for Yourself j Tell Your Friends. We Need The Cash Shirts, Pats, Underwear and Fine Pants. tfjrSuits Cleaned and Prcssed.-tB- a THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., 'Phone 136, Danville; LOOK .We Soil. ! New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Eldridge "B" Sewing" Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. If you need a Machine call In, we can suit you. HIGGliSTS & McKINNEY. NAUUOW i:s,C.U'K. Tbanlful words iirf Urn by Mrs. Ada K. Hart, of ,. -- ; aa ittfceil wuu u hailrold WHICH aetllodon ui lun-roiuth at lu aud riuallv ler mluatvd In Couiiiiidlou. I'our dotiora Ka'- m u, aaylu I could II v bat a abort tlmo. I sate iui.ru ut tu iuy o'.ior. oflfnuiuea 11 l couiil not stay wilb my Irieuda ou varlb. I would uisel my auent oiim alute. My bu.baud waa adilacd lo list ur, nines iiiacomy lor lonaiiuiidlou, Coughs aud Colds, lamella trial, took fu all eljbt bottle, tl baaiumlme aud ibauk dod, I aui aaved, aud now a well and bcaltby woman," Trial IvIllcsIrM at lVuuy's lru blois. Ilegular size Sdu aud H.IU. Uuarautwd vr i lis rrfuudod. iioiou,c Ring In the new King In the true " We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway " Ring oat the old Bug oat the false OR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey "Kunsus has thu biggest corn crop In sight In tho history of tho State," says Puul Morton, vice president of tho Atchison, Topeku & Suntu Fe. "Give us threu weeks more without hot winds and tho corn crop of Kunsus will reach 300,000,000 bushels, double that of lust M S Nature's most natural remrdy, Improved by a BlcasontyPermuoeat, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. year." aK TIIATTUIMUIIIINI. IIKAIUCIIK. Would mildly lratayou.iryouuaed Klug's New 1.11a 1111,. TDouaauda ut aulterers lure iirur wl Ibelr watiblru merit lor Sick and Nertuua llradaibea. They male uie blood aud strong nt rtea aud build up your brallh, ijiay lo take. Try tbeiu. Ouly unta. Mouey batk If uot curvd. Bold by lVuuy, lruo;Ut. O 0- - lr Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out , the rated t the microbe-bearinU rpmnvn'.amtlhftnilamnl rnnvnf that Ikhllncr membranes are healed and soothed so that then is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL OOOD DRUOQISTS ! Oft hr. 25e.,60. and $1.00 SIsm n g li asatl to I'f. IJaU'a Uatxr. IlattaMlekaiidLeriuutntRllel bi trip a wail aacaxictdaiM) nulla. Iituuia muad riM-lai- fJ IAMMVfAllOI.D.ealDvtaead . i Br " IV. Klght horses wore burned In John Gruy's stable In Christian county. uaaa tmmm. m. . jastuuaa. BaaVai'ft w "" siiar- vrtu nvr " -m ,, anBAaiTaMVaMaMlf "" w" " "0 FOR SALE AT PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 4 IV i i NEWS OF THE 'VICINAGE. Treasurer llobcrts says our stock of goid amounts to nearly 1930,000,000 and Bon Coffey, of Wayne, has takon tho Is 60 per cent, of all our circulation. department will next bankrupt law, although his liabilities Tho year ask an appropriation for auto- aro but 852. Eugene Berkolo, of Bryantsvllle, mobiles to collect tho malls In first- killed a valuablo cow with n rock, president Is responsible for tho unfit class cities. turn her course. At Idaho, Clay county, Ala., a Negro which ho threw tokissing bug, says tho and unfortunate appointment or array Somerset has n W. P. WALTON. only a 0p- - nnd his wlfo beat a whlto woman to oillcors. Alecr In fact bclne horrl- - Progrclvo Homo Journal, nnd tho uro head In his department. When tho death and beat her daughter In a way It wont forCy. Walt's lips wns a bio manner. secreMil. UllYAN In a loiter to National pacra began to light Into tno caution. Official figures show that WVJ77 Committeeman Uroy Woodson leaves tary. Alucr Is said to havo told tho Uerca wants to bo tho hub of a new Immigrants arrived bis posttlou with refer- prcsldont that ho would rotlro If his and 110,311 female no doubt as to county, to bo formed by cutting oir In tho United States during tbo "seal ence to tho situation In Kentucky. Ho nrcsimca In tho cabinet embarrassed parts of Madison, Garrard, Rockcastle Juno 30 last. heartily endorses Mr. Goobel, declares him, but tho executive did not havo tho year ended fuedlsts rlduicu mo and Jackson counties. Clay county Finally Dr. William C. Black, of Barbour- his confidence In Mr. Gocbcl's adhesion courago to tell him tho truth. his famplatMoKlnloy got the vlco president to take house of Sol Grlllln and ho and to tho principles of tho Chicago vllle, has been appointed llrst asslsiunt of ily were compelled to Ho on tbo lloor form and expresse tho conviction that Alger off to tell him tho real stato surgeon of tho Kentucky Stato Guards, escapo bullets. would injure tho cause of affulrs and that his resignation was all night to his defeat ncmon, with rank of captain. Frank Kmbreo, charged at democracy and roako tho fipht harder both expected 'and desired. For this Gov. Bradley hns npiwlntcd the lion. mako cowarJly proceeding Plngreo goes for Mo. with assaulting a of Burbourvllle, spe In 1000. Further his defeat would from tho officers James D. Black, whlto ulrl. was taken possibly tho election ol a republican tho president, and If his premises bo an hour, cial judge to try Henry Pennington on deand after being beaten for half Senator from Kentucky. It Is of great true, and they may bo, MeKlnley the charge of murder in Lesllo county wns hanged. London may havo u fair artor all Importance that Senator Hlackburn be serves contempt for tho dlsgraco ho has Not one (lollflr'n worth will lo carried over If Low 1'rlces will move lliem at rana, m., Tho labor troubles of tho directors elected, for what shall It profit tho put upon tho ox secretary of war. 16 lives Tho Echo sajs several which havo caused tha loss of silver causo If wo elect a prcsldont and of tho Laurel county fair association The Bowling Green bolters' meeting nnd tho destruction of much property, heartily favor having ono und are workHouse of Heprcsentatlves and havo a a by an agreement to tlasco and havo been settled ing to that end. hostile Senate? With such issues at was a roaring, rantankcrous up In a row. Tho Loulsvlllo Post open all mines next month with union Gov. Bradley has sent Stato InK;c- stake he can not remain silent, when broke appear of Impor miners. might bo construed to mean In labors hard to make it Clay county to Investigate silence Threo of the Negroes charged with tor Lester to nfntTnln) there und ho remains that It was difference.' Mr. Bryan does not think tance, but the fact been ih nn,iiilnn In pan. Harvey Myers, a the outrages at Saffold, Ga., have Manchester is OxfonN, IjuI!c' and Menn Furnishing (!oo, CnrpoU, MMllnB, Ac, will Ik- - msrk-c- il It a valid objection to Mr. Goobel, that a Hash tho was hanged nnd reports that at this time Ono of u iimnortpd: as chareed by those sworn enemy of Mr. Goobel, was pretty captured. two shot them and scalped. the quietest town in tho Stato. down fur lho Slmighlf r Sulr. Notice a fow nf the llirttln wr nio ullcring to death by a charge that tho other mhn nnnrwo him. by cold democrats and effectively squolched Thu postolllco at Douglass, Casey . - 1. Ia thn nnllnv Ul 11C he betraved Will Cox. when ho was Oho hundred men with bloodhounds aro county, was robbed and $6 in cjmu . ,. . goiu papers, .ui .. . .. . . nnthp pursuing flvo other members of the Summer corel marked down to 1'lc. Ciilicoc 3J lo 6c stolon. On tho samo night tho resiparty to Invite peop.e .mo ,m . 10 pie res of Dimity worth 10, ro for 5c gang. Ijire curtains, .1 yd long, worth 76. go .w Hart, was .n,. If hnv urn willtnc to aid SDoakcr was poor dence of tho postmaster, Mr. v -IIICU1 ttnuji 10 plecrxof I'iipie worth 13, go fur 0c now at Wo A fight on horseback occurred at our once qulto a power, but now a confirm while his In vindicating tho principles of rjiwrcnceburir between six or eight ransacked nnd 835 taken, 15c org.mllei go now fur 10c. Rcsolu Ijico ctirtalnn, a yds long, worth It X, platform. In conclusion Mr. Bryan re- cd and lncurablo Inebriate. Washington county men, inron horn was set on tire. of Dr. Os7jc scrim, as long m it I 3)c go now at "Ir. are expressing tlons were ado n ted denying that th Anderson and bukes the bolters, who Two barns on tho farm " " 7Jc " "" lOc ticket Is entitled to support thoso who wore- hurt being John Uax woro burned 200 pair of men' pant only 33c so great concern about hlra as follows: democratic on left arm, ono on car Dunham In Adair, I adieu' shirt wniits worth 76c. now He who urge that Mr. and urging a conference of squealers at ter, three deep cuts 160 barrels of corn 'In answer to thoso lliya' knru pants 10c on hip: wnry with four mules, Dim lot of wnrMcl sklru, long n they Aug. 2. It was the samo at fnco and a dangerous stab Goebel's election would bo detrimental Lcxlncton. and machinery; loss $1,500. A barn on last. OSc li lllg lot of invii't neglige ihirtt Vi to Winchester and could not have been cut to bono on rleht arm and shot . l.tmA,fillUm find to mo t)cr containing 150 clo-Tannrlnt. tof, ihnnlflnr! Cnlirnn. shot In body and the farm of Ad Taylor, Muslin skirts wortli 76, go now nt ,,.. wj ,. ,itv tnsnv that I otherwise with old Judas 1, bushels of oats barrels of corn and 7,500 blrt at A big lot of soft front ilrcm lied tnMcillnen msrkcd down to 16c a bad cut on back or neck. heading the movomont Incendiarism Is sus have no personal or political Interests Becknor il Men's Linen stilts marked down U 81.75 IS and bc. They are cheap at 76c On tho C.k N. railroad near West was nUo burned. thatdcoerve to bo consiuerea wnen of the morland Tonn., a train fell through a pected. P. P. Johnston, One lot of men's linen hats marked 11.00 are at stake, and wcu near democratic principles Joo VIekcrs went down in a State Central Committee, says ho Is In trestlo a distance of ' feet, the cars down to 10c Men's III k. Clay suit marked down o that, In royjudgmem, the causo 01 ue BVmm,hv wlth ,ho vww)iCa f tho tnklnir fire and burning with all freight Williamsburg to clean It out. Finding Men's sitk finished snHMiiIeni only 16c 82 IW. u, ... -- v bolters and says It Is time to call a halt. out, but was over- mocracy woum oe iuju.l-nvnrcM matter and fixtures. No ono of bad air he started feat of a democratic ticket nominated The party seems to have thought tho tho passengers or trainmen escaped In- nnmn tvhnn niMIl- - thll tOt) and foil UUCK upon a platform which unqualifiedly time to call a halt on such men as he jury and Advance Agent Simmons, of striking on his head, after falling J uncon Indorses tho Chicago platform." was at the Stato convention. His auto Cooper &Co.'s circus, was ourncu to feet. Ho was taken out In an of contests In defiance death. Charles Kclsltig, a mall clerk scious condition and Ills rccutery ir Bou Ingeksoll Is now doubtless cratlc decisions commend him to from Louisville, Is among those report doubtful. cogitating over his own mistakes, In- of precedent didn't and It gave him the r. b. ed Injured. M1DDLEBURG. And summer corwtf, ladies trimmed halt marled down lo prices that will move stead of those of Moses. The noted democracy very suddenly of apoplexy them. agnostic died LAND AND STOCK. Godby began her school at Since Mr. Bryan has put the seal of Miss Etllo at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Friday after- his condemnation on tho squealer's sale. K. Turkey Knob Monday. Three sows and shoats for noon. Ho had been a little complaining movement In bis alleged behalf, they Douglas Hamilton have aboui and his wife and two daughters, who will have to seek other excuses for H. Beazlev, threshing wh-- llttlo wheal there Cook has eold a lot of corn at $2 J. F. were with hlra.told him thathehad best their efforts for Taylor. Back numbers was In this vicinity. not go down to dinner, but ho replied and railroad attorneys had just as well at the crib. Rev. P. A. Glllum has been holding A. M. Pence bought of E. T. Pence was no Invalid and The Chenett Iloiie In Town with a smile that he own up to their game, wnlon is so HiO nwn a series of meetings at Walltown. He 3.(10. at attempted to rise. He fell back Into gauzy that a blind man can see through subscripMcCarley has succeeded In securing a J. P. Ballard sold to James his chair and a physician being sent lor it. tion of $.110 to build a church out there. & 10 fat aogs at 3.40. he said that Mr. Ingersoll had died Our thank aro duo Jos. Grlbblo at News rcorts sales of 150 The Paris POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. Wllllams-tow- n T.D. HANKY, Manager, almost Instantly. Those who propheGrovo for late copies of tho exnort cattle at 6c. sied that he would recant on his death Courter, u red hot democratic paR. C. Wallace. Deboo's and Davison's Hranch stores at Kliialietlitown.Klklnn, Owcmboro. Shclhrvllle, Vcrnalllcs, Hards-(owita7rnv Rptm. bought of W. D. Luns- no chance to bed are sorry that he had per and a Goebel one as well. lliipkinsville, M mliMm villi-- , Moriranlivld, (irorgclown.Ky , Cliilsvllle, Turn. man, has been appointed postmaster at for a gelding for ifiO. do so and arc mean enough to havo Richmond. Fred Durham, our fat boy, Is using Fox somo Dan Holraan sold to J. C. wUhpd him a llnserlne death. They tbo yard stick lehlnd tho counters In Ellhu Root, a New York lawyer, 2 jc. can quote this Scripture on him, how has been appointed to succeed Alger cows at 2!e and a bull at these hot A: bought of E. P. Woods G. S. Durham Co'e. store largo as G. B. Cooper ever: "He that being oiien reproveu as secretary of war. days one drops of sweat as ! hogs at 3Jc- hardeneth his heart, shall suddenly be Congressman Berry says ho was seven trieklo down his cheeks remedy' Mrs. Lou Shanks sold to Morris Fred hlckorv nuts destroyed and that without as ho tears calico and frowns. written to and Importuned to go to tho a lot of corn at 82 at the crib. U to the !fouo vrhnt John Fulconberry's barn at Douglas, 3.(10 for his Importuned by bolters' convention at Bowling Green, Although he was J. F. Holtzclaw refused tlvo miles east of here, was burned on men not to come to but as he never goes against his party, hogs at Lancaster yesterday. el several Falconbcr- of H. G. Cum- the night of the 13th. Mr. In Interest of the democratic ho declined very emphatically. Kentucky Fox .V; Bright bought U to the Man. A coat of nice I'alnt wilt ry and his family wero at ciiureu aooui John Finn, who represented uracKen mins a pair of mules for 8210. Invitaticket, Mr. Bryan accepted the add m much to tho appearance of your Legislature In away when tho Haines wero of Mr. Goebel, Senator Blackburn, county In the Kentucky Southdown bucks, good ones for half a mile tion Lot ilwulllnit tin .New ull ill add lo yout . committed suicide at his home sale. W. W. Lyon, Ml. Salem. discovered. Uroy Woodsou and others, to do to and 1301-0- 2, HcM'll llie I s l iiraiuit nl 6pend a In that county by shooting himself If Goebel Is lho trickster that tbo fixed about Sept. 1 to come and Thompson & Brown sold at Lancaster ubouts say of him, ho Is n shot gun. hero week, making speeches for the ticket. through the heart with vnaterdav a bunch of heifers at 815. RphzIpv & Carter sold to G. Brent tho very man wo want. A iwty "'at Hero's another. Hal Corbett, of Ho regards tho victory of democracy in Come to Fee l Is mean enougn 10 Bieui niu says be Is no bolter and the UbO Barnett omo suckling calves ut 81C. Kentucky this year as very Important, and the State of Kentucky, needs some .v.... -- .m ulth It In tha thlev slnco It will have much effect on tho of his name as ono of tho speakers at a Foil Sale. 44 yearling steers. R. result In 1000 and the defeat of the bolters' convention at Bowling Green H. and W. H. Pettus, Gilberts Creek. ery business and If Goobel can do so, man. ticket would bo tho worst blow that the yesterday was unauthorized. J. C. Johnson bought of S.M.Rupley, he Is the will bo u meeting of tho demoThere Hon. W. J. Stone, National demo- of Perryville, 44 hogsat3e. party could receive this year. National here Thursday cratic committeeman from Missouri, Sales of flvo mules at 830 and a pair crats of this section night, to adopt resolutions denouncing The committee of tho bimetallic says: "Tho recently nominated Stato for $22.1 aro reported In tho Glasgow tho Loulsvlllo Dispatch und Post for league that went to Chicago to Impress ticket In Kentucky should bo supported Times. tho course thty are pursuing towurd The painting season Is here. We to call your the on the National committee that It must by alt good democrats and should win." J. F. Lunsford bought of Lucius Per- lho democratic Statu ticket.aro Demo- keep the licst Jfendy .Mixed Tallin, wish Varnishes, attention to In fact that wo dropHriishen, Ac , Oll, the market. Mr. A. W. Carpenter asks us to note kins 00 ewes at $3.50 and sold to Hanna crats aro very Indignant und Journal not forget to continue to mako free silping it as they did the Courier ver the leading Issue was not told so In ncaln that tho prohibitionists will hold of Mercer, a lot of Iambs at 4c and ewes threo ears ago. That tho Dispatch ! to at 8.'! 26. as many words, but tho Inference was a convention at Loulsvlllo, Aug. deserves tho contempt of all good demthat their Interference was unneces- nominate a Stato ticket. George W. C. V. Gentry bought for Hanna, of ocrats, no one will deny, but resolu- SOur lino of Toilet Articles, such aToo'h llruslii b, Hair llruslii's, Comb, Kuap, Mlddleburg sary. One of thecommltteo said: "We Bain will likely be tho nominee for Mercer, a of lambs of Mobley tions against It by a fuw at d and ofllie very best quality. ...in I....... Vu..i, iid much ntTect OU thu Ac , is complete, silver, but governor. shall relax no effort for free .t McKlnney at Cc. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully conpoumlvd from tho l'urest nnd I lest drug, oh paper as tt gnat on a bull's horn. It Is MeKlnley accepted Alger's resigna wo do not think It necessary to sweur Conrad Hlatt sold lo Tudor & Me- - joined to Its Idol, tho L. & N.. and wo tnlnable, 1'rices reasunahle. Wo solicit jour patronise. I . o- alleglince to It every morning before tion to take effect the 1st of August, Cormack a bunch of lambs at He, some might us well let It alone. breakfast." A sensible and well mer- IS09, and said: "In thus severing the owes at $3 and wothors at 83 26. McKINNEY. ited rebuke. ' & official relation which has continued Anuconda won the 2:01 pace at De for raoro than two years, I dcslro to troit Saturday In 2:00, 2:00 und 2:07. preached In tho Rev. M. P. Morgan WHILE Jim Allen was up North with thank you for tho faithful service you o o o'o'o o'o" was second and Cheballs Presbyterian church hero Sunday the Press Association last week a pret- - have rendered tho country at a most Prlco Alert r o third. mm Ouo morning. ty rlr was Introduced to wUh o Llphtnlnc-- recently killed two fino A protracted meeting will begin ai seemed much Interested in the band- o Shorthorn cattle belonging to ex Con- - tbo Baptist church here next Sunday ana en tor anu una .y .u, some Cyotb o a nvoMl,on wlth lho Secator gressman Clardy, of Christian county, pastor will bo assisieu uy -Tho OS, Mr. Alien. 100 so o ., ,lW. ..Senal0P valued at about $2.j0. 'card of President Rev. Davidson, of Georgetown. o you talk." ueingavery raouesv m.u Goebel, IT D. Swodo Is back froth North Car J. t.,4 a lfnr.1 hiul a valuable mllK cow o Smith, of tbo L.&N which ollna. whcro ho bought and brought upPoVrdcom-pllment,whmorn- o she froze Milton II. - bome 1,500 sheep for himself and W. klUed on th, raUrowl Saturday by tho was recently published In tho Couriero Tbo lncdent WUs followed by adding, "Vou talk so hU Heady Mlxul Taints for all l'iirKises, U H made mo havo a very high c. Greonln(r, which they will sell. o Llll Dg of another ono for W. J. Mont Negro." much o opinion of you nnd what ho bald against CouiiT. An averago frnmnrv Sunday afternoon Lancasteu o uaugu- squealer are having a time of It ou I consider as tho best Indorsement crowd uttended court yesterday, but The Mrs. W. R. Davidson and llttio organizing tho Goebol revolt. Tbey you could recelvo. It should have more tbero was very llttlo demand for tbo ter, lrono, of Somerset, spent Sunday rJold for lho LOWEST CASH Trices. wciuht In your favor other than tbo few cattle there. Sorao heifers sold at aro trvlnir to get up a meeting at Lox -o with her daughter, Mrs. Ollle Cook. ch tain .ngton and also at Richmond, but the making lo plat o for governor." you are closo to 4c and butcher stuff at 2! to Miss Besslo Flenncr, of Wliraoro, is tho race to tho nnnnln In those cities do not take o i census patronugo gives Ueboe :iin. Thnro was somo activity In tho visiting friends In this community. u scheme to beat tho Tho republican-railroa- d tho supervisors in tho First, Third, mulo trade and u number of aged ones Mrs. Kmlly Gooch returned bunuay democratic ticket. ItJs u remarkablo Fourth, Fifth und Tenth districts; Son- - gold at 830 to $125. Horses woro dull. jrom tt wcok'H visit to relatlv cs ut fact that as a goneral thing tho bolters ator Lindsay in tho Second, Sixth Sov- - g0Veral private trades for hogs woro Klngsvlllo. . -- . Cypress Shingles Iron Fence. of lhOO aro tho bolters of lb'Jl), but the enth and Eighth, and Hon. Pugh and lo Tin. Mhiirhlne themo hero IIs tho Boreing In tho 0th and 11th, respec them this time and tbev tively. The 67 positions allotted to Kenvoters uro onto Fnrcstus Reld weighed to Joo Iiules raid mado on tho towu Saturday night, will gnuw a (Ho. tucky In the census bureau will bo di- 32 cuttlo sold some time ago ut 4.35. when tho postolllco wus robbed of 8JU ( vided so that each democratic Con- wiw.ur,ifhpil 1.420 nounda und were worth of stamps and a lot of mall, WE taku It all back. Judge Thomas gressman will get two apolntmcnU a man as be wi und each republ can Congressman six, boUKht 8tx months ago by Mr. Roid, ut WOjliy lettors posted Saturday after- F. Hargls Is not as bad , Ho fed them six barrels of corn n0n, und tho sufo In tho office at tho Gilbert has ro- pictured. Ho authorizes tbo Loulsvlllo Representative-elec- t pnminnmlwl Mlu Alnhn Piiiilln.ri.r nf niiliwn and IlUt about 41)0 pounds On depot was blown open with tho hopo of Metal Roofing. to say tbut bis name has been Mill Work. Times Sbelbyvllle, and Marlon B. Bolund, of cach. Mr. Reld also sold 30 securing a valuublo booty. Fortunute-l- y usod by lho bolters without authority, mieibyviiie, lor nis quota. butcher cattle to rox k uuwson ut ate. express and rullroad people, for tho and that bo will not only vote for tho J. T. Cecil bought yesterday ol V. a. tho cash had been sent In on Saturduy A WOIU) TO THE PATIION8 OK democratic ticket, but will speak for It BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. of Junction City, bis livefy afternoon and nothing vuluabla was senttlo. on tbo stump. to Mr. Ho also at 2,000. gilUtttcd sold Luncas cured. Sunday morning a Mr. FlorLocal option carried atBurnsldo Sat- on tho hU f'arm nuar Fow. tho of the Marlon Falcon, urday 83 to NJ THE last issue v. ence found onnorthrailroad 81.40 worth tor and Lexington pmo lor of town, ler's bridge, Hetberlngton, May & Burba, publishdied Mike MoHuirh at Bowling N. Prewltt bought this morning of of stamps loiucu in a dirty pieeo oi i UCOIgu HUnKin iw um.- av ou, uuu ui a store piper, which some think was you lmve not already Paid your Tult'on Uilla, please rail Mrs. Ssutley at tho Col- ers, was a big advertisement for Leba- Green from tho effects of sunstroke. 1'A n BA l . lindtntlll'ft. I .- - A.vn i nnnuantnnl anil tndV (ha inniinr Mr. Lear, of Wayne county, another ..- -. .f ihmn talnn fwnti county and highly non and Marlon At Tulluluh, La., live Saclllans were lot at 83. He also bought of Mr. Wash """- neea oi money. "" u ...Kt.n.. 1 neru IS iar uu viuu kw .!. .wwww.v. creditable In get up, mako up and lynched for the attempted murder of a Eastland 81 stock bo at 3c. Gov. Pinokek, of Michigan, pocsfor brick for a thousand JOURNAL MoKlnloy llko and cowardlyoftreatmont" THE INTERIOR his "unmanly of A leer, who has been used by too as a scapo poat for all 1899 administration Stanford. Ky.. July 25. Its short rnmlnt. Ho alleges that tho post-offi- - Louisville Store. Clearance Sale Of Summer Goods. We are determined to get rid of every piece ol Spring ana Summer Goods. Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, 1,- .,- ""r"" ... ' -- ;'"r':" - it, lc u. Big Line of Lace Curtains, Shirt Waists, Uorset Uovers t - The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY CO., Proprietors. 140-pou- nd PAINT CLOTHING nnll-Joeb- Pniuts, Lends And Oils. ...,. Penny's Drug Store. 200-pou- nd Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES 2, car-loa- CRAiG HOOKER. oWo'o'o ooooooooooooooooooooooo - .,,,, t. i en White Lead, Linseed Oil, Wall Paper and Alabastine W. B: McROBBRTS. uZ onooooooooooooooooooonoooooonnoooonn o o o o .,., ACgfflB,! stahforpukyT rrs f&V v f J'," "0? j,w. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM HEIrON, Presidenl. C,",.',"",""""7n tt VI all typography. prominent physician. W.R.G. i'"s 7, Ph3i Zi '- - - iv Mils. John Smith, who was Miss! Nkw linens, lawns, handkerchiefs THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Lou Elliott, has presented her husband r,d hosiery. J. Jonei with anothor loy. Nuw stock of nil over embroideries, M iss Fkkiia M kirk, whohas been Stanpohd, Kv., July 25, 1899 111 with typhoid fever for flvo weeks, edges and Insertions. J. P. Jones. li Improving slowly. Nick, fresh lino of candies just reMlts. Wm. Hamilton returned with ceived atGcorgo II. Fnrrls'. K. 0. Wai.tox, JlU3iNi8 Mamaokii. hor husband from Cincinnati Sunday a luil'llcilgcd engraver, Hooks nnd supplies for tho public MlflSKH anoii: ani Vvons Hai.lou schools at W. II. Mclloberts'. Soda Watkii, leu cold, pure and most rufresilntfiit I'onny sUrug btoro arc back from a visit to Mr. nnd Mrs, Tin: Twlcoa-Wcc- k iNTHitioit JoL'U-NAII. M. Hallou at Lancaster. Till! bout material combined with Is only II a yenr cash. Knmpmtinr Mil. W. C. ItiXToic. of Alex, Wavno euro, skill and noon nicy Insure good that. results. No other method aru uvcr county, has our thanks for a nlco club uieU In our prescription work, Penny's of Gooil showers continue to fall nnd If with tho ensh. Drill,' Store. Miss Many Ham., f Maysvlllo, they keep no tho ground mav l wn several days' visit to MUs Annlo yet, you bet. PERSONAL AND SOCIETYlQSSIP, I, - P. Jones. . Nnwfall stylos In Imported crcpons beauties, J. p. Jones. Filos silk, all colors, 2c a skein. J. .. IlKNltY Walton. ihtiI nun mnmi,. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Tom Dunn, of Danville, tiled Sunday and much gym. pathy Is felt for tho parents over tho loss of their first born. 3 Niagara Falls Fifteen day Excursion to T.,: sub-crlbc- is, Miiri. V. H, III for several day. Miss Maiiy nuNliLr.Y ha I relatives In Louisville. Jt'lMiKJ. w. Al.coi!N' ha North Dakota on business. 1)11. J, T. Wiusi.UV and wife, of Mid illoburi.', wo 10 hero Saturday. Miss IV.aiii. Dow, of Lebanon, It the truest of Mr. J. II. Sympon. COU W. O. WKI.CH Id back from Ioulsvillo considerably Improved. Hi) WILKINSON' wont to Hurgln Sunday to see tils brother, who la tick. Ml 83 llAI. IJAI.I.AIU), of Harbour- vlllu, Ik visiting Ml" I'll a May Saun- uers. Mussns. P. II. Taylok nnd D. B Fugle, of Caey, were hero a few days Trlhhlo. at Junction City, hat returned been to Mr, and W. A. Trlhblo's. B. C. Walton, of this paper, Is visiting shaking hands with himself over thu honor of having been elected nn honor, eono to ary of the Danville Fair Association. Mil. Wai.klh PiNKiutTON, who has been clerking nt tho St. Asaph for months, loft for his homo nt this morning. Hy gentlemanly manners and obliging deposition he tnada many friends here, who hoped ho would bo ono of us. sov-or- LOCAL' hCPPTOSS? In town. m Nkw engrnvcr Hl'TTKK. Hamilton. ed, buggies, farming Miss Luiilla Miikiiit, of Mlddle.-bor- o, Implement and tho like of It. K. days with relatives Wearen A: Son sent rocral ntlhoHiistonvlllo fulr. In the Hubble section. s TWKLvn. ThelNTnitioitJoLiiN.i.'s KiMTOit Jami-- h M.iarr and wifi, of Ml Vernon, txint novorol days with tolephono number Is 1'2. Call us uo if VOU need unvthlriL' In ntip Km. ii Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Haekloy. l.iv.. un item. Mlts. Ki.iz.Miimi IIinoiNS has from a vUlt to her brother, Mr. loKJOnLIN will u reward for Thomas Maltobdrls, at Danville. the return of his saddle, which was HiciiAUU and John iiiumiks WIL- taken from his horse tied lehlnd the LIAMS, of Stuuford.itru visiting rula-tlv- Jill Sunday night, If left ut Hlgglns ,fc hero. Ml. Vernon Signal. .MeKlnney's. Ince. Tin: mllanolcstes nleliies has i?lven Mil. JOHN A. AI.I.I1X lit now down with chills, making three In his family Stunford a wldo berth so far. of four, III. ClIATTANOWiA Chilled Plows, steel W11.1.11: Hum Wkakkn, of Gruys, beams, ut Hcazlov ft Carter's. spent 11 twrtlun of Sunday with his parents here. Foil IlKNT. Storo room on Muln Mils. T. S. Wr.iui, Jit., has joined Street In iNTKitioii Jovknai. building. .. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Penny at Crab Or. Foil Salil My proK;rty on Main ehurd Springs. Mlts. STL'CKKY, tho handsome wife o' Street occupied hy T. I). Kancy. Mrs. C. P. Stuckcy, of Louisville, la vlsltlne; Kate Dudderar. Mies Salllc Dudderur. Si:k tho display of ileazluy Nice, country butter want V Carter. ... m go Olt. AND Mlts. W. .V. CltAlil will treut their married friends to a "pro gremvo carom party" this evening. Missus Itonr.itTA Cash anu Ktta Ilr.I.t.i: CLOYD have Issued cards for u reception at Mr. John F. Cash's to night. TDK last roix'rtby lnsicetor Lester. which niMtcars m our 1th iiaL'o. shown a consldercblu reduction In the Stale debt for tho tear and an Increased cash balance In the treasury. Till: picnic given by thu Miller Club. MlSSKS CVTIIUKINI: AND DOHA colored, at I). W. Vandcveor's park IlACCHMAN and Cyrona Dunn will give Saturday, was not a success financially, a "laoky party" Tuofday evening, Au but all had a good time. Tho Itonetown gust 1. band furnished thu music. May Mismis Hum Giv. lNS have been vUltlng the family of their cousin, Mr. L. 11. Glvens In Hur. rodsburg. Mlts. J. T. K.M1IHY, Misses Fannlo Shanks and Ollvo Woodson and Mr. Pi M. Mclloberts ent tcveral days at Grub Orchurd Springs. Mils. ANNii:i:Nui.KMAN,of Danville, iytev a visit to llltio Lick Springs, Lex ington and other places, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. A. Ilurrls. Mlts. J. 11. Adams and children, of Longvlew, Alu , will urrivu nt Uustot. vlllo this week to visit her sisters, Mitres lletlle and Muo Ixgan. Mlts. WlLI.ShVKItANCKaecompunled Sau.ii: ami her sUter, Mls Kllzubeili, to Shelby, and will visit tho liomefolks. Shu took little Ilcutli Severuncu with her. Mil. Gi:o. W. ANOKI.I., representing tho Chamberlain Medicine Co., of Des Moines, la., wusheru yesterday renewing contracts with Craig A Hooker und this paptr. Mkssus. T. P. Him., It. C. Warren, J. S, Owloy, Jr., und J. W. Hajden went to LouIslllu yesterday to sec Senator Lindsay und urge him to up tuelr beds. K)lul Mr. Hayden census supervlsorfor Wi: will oon be ublo to talk to Som Fihknds of that splendid gentleman K)luts beyond. J. M. ursct und this district. wkowas hero Sunday, tells us and democrat, Cupt. J. Alex Doty, Dit. Caiii. Lkwis Wiii:klkh, now of Lexington, Is onu of a distinguished that K)lcs huvo beun put up to Kiugs-vlll- o wero urging him at Lancaster yesterund that wires huvo been streteh-o- d day to make tho raco for renreseotu- party that Miss Anna B. Peurce, of us far up from Somerset as Science tlve of Gurrurd und lt Is gonorullv Muysville, will entertain ut Glenn Springs, Lewis county, for thu next two Hill. Ho thinks tho work will bo com- j hoped thut ho will accept tho nomina tion which would como to him unsolicweeks. Mrs. Gov. Hrudlov und duugh pleted by tha last of this week. ited. Democrats ull over tho county tor, Miss Christine, are In thu crowd. Ciiacic SHOT, Mrs. Fred P. Hishop, are for him und If ho can bo gotten to A IlL'.N'TlNUTON, W. V.., paper says of tho Hubblu .section, knows how to use say "yes" ho will as surely represent thutufterun exuinlnution before Lt. u gun und is not ufrald to do It. A thut county in tho noxt Legislature us Gov. Worthington und A. B. Coo, of weasel bothered her chickens while her thut body is to convene. Gurtard needs Kentucky, Julian II. llourno wus husband was ubsont tho other duy und just such u representative as Capt. Poto tho bar and his friends pro-diinstead of "shooing" It uway llko most ly would muke. for him u bright future. This full --of women would, she went for a doublo- ho will tuko a course in an Bastcrn COWAN. Mrs. BlUabeth Cowan, who barroled shot gun und sent tho plague Law College. has been sick for several weeks, died to Kingdom Como. Mlts. Katk Thompson, of Now ut 12:30 a. m. yestorduy at tho homo o' -- Wo hope that l,n- - ann W i l Hl'stonvillk Faiu. York, hus been ut tho CoiToy House tho - - . 1. ... . past week. Shu spent most of hur time every man, woman und child, who can Bud, aged 70. Tho doctors say tho 1m- In Couuty Clerk Cooper's otllco hunting do so, will go to tho Hustonvillo fair, medlato cause of her death was heart records (or a family history. Shu claims which begins tomorrow und lasts three trouble. Mrs. Cowan's maiden uum-wto bo 0110 of tho heirs of thu lurgo Sub. days. It Is our county enterprise, u Gibson und sho wus a natlvo of lett estate in Now York und us 0110 of lino display of stock will bo scon, de- Pulaski. Her husband, tho lata Samuel tho family of Sublolts ltved at or neur lightful muslo will be heard, it will bo F. Cowun, died somo 10 yours ago and Crub Orchurd years ago, she wus par- u mingling with the best und most lt Is by his sldo in Hulfulo Cemetery hospitable H)oplethut o'er thu ticularly anxious about any records on and there uro many othersuusliony that she will be laid ut 11 o'clock this reasons pertaining to him. morning ufter u short service ut tho why an who can go siioulu uo so. Tim following young people attended gruvo. Deceu-e- d wus a member of the AOKNT J. S, HICK Uoosn't let tho L. thu hop.ut Crub Orchard Springs Frl- Walnut Flut Cumberland Presbyterian duy evening und report u most delight' it N. get left and for uttentlvenoss to church and her exemplary life epcuks (ul time: MUs L'duu Cumnltz, Walker duty and gonoral oloverness ho Is hard louder unll moro assuringly of her Plnkurton, Miss Louise Culborson, to bout. TboQ. Si C. slipped a few happy f uturu than moro words could do. Jumcs Saulley, Miss Susie Urlnkley, band bills la to Stanford, telling of u Of her children live survive to mourn Uledsoo liuliov. Miss Sua Wllllo Hulu 11,25 rate to Cincinnati Sunduy, Tho hor loss: Mrs. Mtko Castollo, of & N. bad not advertised a cheap James 11, Gentry, Miss Trees, T. II. L. for tha day, but on Mr. Rico's ad- Wayne, Mrs. J. N. Moucfeo, Misses Lurato Shanks, Mis Jlorton, Fordyeo Logan, vice at a late hour made ono. As a re- cy and Uotsy Cowan and W. G. Cowun, tickets to tho Queen of this county. In thu fullness of years Miss Katie Leo Ycugtr. John Shanks, sult 74 round-tri- p Miss Apnlo Evaos Ilrlght, Hubert City wero sold by him Sunday morn- and of servico In His cause sho has gone ing. Of this number a dozen or so woro Hruco, MUs Annie Uell Woods, Dr. W. sent to irao urcnaru, jtowland and to her reward and hor loved ones should G, Uurton and It. G, Denny. Lancaster. not grieve now that she is at rest. TlIK Somerset Progressiva Homo Journal, which by tho way Is ono of our cleanest exchanges, prints tho declara tion of Independence! In the absence of Thkui: was a reunion of tho family at more Important matter, wo supK)u. Mrs. Sarali Bubanks', near Hubble s .l"ITK a number of farmers attended Sunday, where a most delightful day thu exhibition of tho Tiger Disc Hur-ro- und dinner weru enjoyed. Thoso presby Hlgglns A: MeKlnney on S. II. ent wero Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miller, of IUughmun's farm Saturday und were Rochester, III., Mr. M. U. Bubanks and well pleaded with thu harrow nnd Its family, Col. Putterson Underwood und work. family, C. C. Withers and family und OU) IliiiLi:. T. C. IUII sent by ex- - J. Crit Bubanks. pres to Mack McPherson ut Wichita, Hotii Skiiiously IluiiT. Near BuKa., tho other day the old .VcPherM)n banks thu othnr day, Morso Litton und Hlble. which hus been In that futility Tom Akers fell out over u settleinnnt for I.'IO years. Mr. McPherson, who Is In which 81.30 was involved and fought 83 years old, wuntcd to read tho good a icrrllic battle. Akers had u rock for book again before ho died. u weaKn and Litton a knife und as a Tin. ST. ASAPH. Cupt. W. H. Pen- result of their light both uro laid up ny hut. tired of being landlord and yes- badly wounded. Lltton's head was terday turned tho St. Asaph Hotel back fearfully bruised und un arm broken, to Its owners, Messrs1 Furrls .t Hardin, while Akers wus cut live times in thu "who will continue tho business nt thu fuce and neck. Two of tho gashes In old stand." Thu captain will resumo tho neok wero eloso to tho jugular. tho practice of dentistry, for which ho Uoth men live In Pulaski and will h.i tried us soon us they are ublo to leave is so well titled. m i uuiicung nncs win sell via this Hotito ) Danville that during a trial there yesterday, County trip from Cincinnati. Q6 DO cd- Attorney Hohert Harding called W. I" W. Lnwwlll a liar, nnd got "smnttcd lo tho Thotmnd Islands S I fo To- on tho snoot." Tho belllinmnt,i wnro ronio. Bbsant Snoe'nl Tr.nl,,. Plenty of Konm Fast Time. Mcepinc; C 1. separntcd boforo much damugo was car rescrvalfons of Informal . f -"., iiijr iii juur iic.ircsi v. ii re ii, ngeni. uone, P. Q. EDWABDS.ratsonger Trafl: Manager, Cincinnati, 0. Faiim of 1".0 acres for sale privately Powcsslon given to suit purchaser. J SOMiuhno ago Mrs. W. T. Smith got somo cusslmcro samples from n C. MeCIary, Kxr. drummer, which sho mado Into a quilt, Foil Sam:. My two storv frame res witu ui squares, In DID YOU each of which sho idence, with six acres of ground, on cut embroidered sorao Initials or fancy 011 piKo. Mrs. D. W. Vandoveer. This Linen Suit 7 1 got It at James Frye's. He ha, dcslcns. the wluiln mnlrln,, ,, li,m,illfiil cut the price on and costly bed cover. It must hnvc these f 3 Suits to SJ.50. He hat some Fi:i:d.-F1- vo Ciiicickn bushels of chicken feed screenings for only 81 at uiKcn minions of stitches, much tlmo J II. Haughmun .t Co's. mill, Stan- and a great deal of patlcnco to havo mauo ii. she will exhibit It at the ford. m Yes and lie N fairs. Pknck ,t Pr.ituiN, who have the conClosing Out His Straw And Linen Hats LAWI.K8S. A dispatch says that tract to do the brick work on tho addition to tho public school building, Airs. Mary I.ovo Joplln Lawless, wlfo And gives you a chanco on that fine Sowing Mncliino with every 91 of James II. Lawless, the will complete their job tomorrow. worm you buy. That's tho place to trade, Sure. veteran of tho Mexican war, died at Lexington Sunday. Sho was born nt McSiiKitUY, IllchmonU Champion and Hnyworth Grain and Fertilizer Mt. Vernon nnd It had often been told Drills uro going ut prices to suit tho of her that sho was a sweetheart of Abfarmers. Cull und see them. W. A. raham Lincoln. She was a belle of unusual popularity and wu very beautiCarson. ful. Her husband and her daughter, TlIK INTKIHOH Jol'unal, Huston-vill- a Mrs. Mary Seott, widow of tho late Fair Dully, Is a big go, Kdltors John Scott, United States army, A I,. I hur man nnd G. C. Kcllar, Jr., The family formerly lived at HUSTONVIUUE, KY. bii.ing to fight olT advertisers, who uro Crab Orchard. uti.xlous to bo represented. A l.Altiii:, appreciative and attentive Good Nkwb Fon Ti:achkiis. Sunt. audienco heard Hon. Robert J. Music by Saxton's Celebrated Ii.ind. Davidson unnounces that the school per at Laucasier yestoreuplta will bu t2 TO this ycaroMO cents duy and tho many good things hu said In moro than last. Theru arc 710,(131 wero liberally applauded. Ho gave children of the school age In tho Stato various reasons why democrats should and It will toko l,l3,l 33 to fool tho mud together und elect tho ticket bill. nominated nt Louisville and his eulogisLiberal Premiums in all Kings. TlIK advertisement of the Heazley tic reference to tho able head of the JAS. P. HARPER, President; W. D. HOOKER, Secretary; Hotel at Crab Orchard appears In an- ticket wero well received. There's no J. H. HOOKER, Treasurer. other column. Besides giving splendid trouble In Garrard and If sho doesn't accommodations, this hotel Is close to bury that republican majority this both to the deot und the famous Hlg- year, It will surprise many. glns' sulphur well. TlIK party given by the Misses Lo Hl'SHAND- -I declare wife. Il is a gan in honor of Misses Ollvo Woodson, pleasure to go Into Warren & Shnnks' of Kansas City, Helen Horton, of St store, when I go to town. They keep Joe, and Mary Trees, of Manila, at Dr. their stock of Hardware, Groceries, P. W. Logan's last night was attended Queenswuru etc , so nlco and clean and by nlwut 110 couples, who express them they are so iwllto and attentive to their selves delighted with the entertain ment which wus for tho customers. . greatest enjoyment. An elegant supper Small-Po- x Dr. W. H. was served and after It dancing was "40 Pieces Fall Style Imported Crcons Aoain. O'Uannon, who wan to seoUubo Mclvln enjoyed, tho evening winding up with a 20 Pieces Swell Plaid Xovellles for Skirts. In tho Bald Hills neighborhood near cako walk In which Thomas II. Shanks 'cw Kibbons, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs and Gloves. 1 lowland, yesterday, says ho has a gen and Miss Trees won. The walk created uine case of smuU-ox- , but not of tho great amusement and il was with did!- confluent variety. Where the boy culty thut the judges, Mr. and Mrs. W. caught Jl Is a mystery, as bo says ho H. Shanks, Kev. B. W. Hargln, W. S. hus been nowhere except in thu How-lan- d Bmbry and G. P. Crow, decided who We would say this will be your opportunity for the very cream of tho market. were entitled to the honors. and Necdmoro vicinity. from L ItKPOUT comes C.H. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 6k D. I MICHIGAN CENTRAL RYS ONLY $7 WHEBE Jr GET IT ? Nice Crash Suits For $2. m m I well-know- n JAMES FRYB, Hustonville. The Hustonville $1,500.00 Fair, sur-viv- o. ch THIS WEEK, JULY 26, 27, 28. Premiums, $150.00 Saddle Stake, $150.00 Roadster Ring. They are Here Fresh from the market and verylatest importation. FOR EARLY BUYERS OF DRESS GOODS. In summer Dres Goods wo have added new lawns, sateens, figured swiss, Embroideries, Edges and Insertions. . mWmoMmauers. fit over Halph Williams, of Bvunsvlllc, Ind , married two weeks after tho death of his wlfo. "Women uro too good to bo Still continues all low cut goods go nt manufacturer's cost. All of our fancy piques without ono long," ho told his friends. in figured, strlpo and colid colors go at Sets per yard; somo of these were U5cts William Leach, of Marlon, Ind., We cloe our tock of Files silk nt 2cts per jkein, all good colors and plenty of fatally wounded Alex McCoy with a them. corn knife, whet) ho found tho latter talking to his wlfo. Mrs. Leach Interfered and was badly cut, also. Andrew Johnson, of Hell county, daughter of B. F. stole the 13 ear-ol- d Crc';h, of Wassiotu, and was making OUR MARK DOWN SALE ON SHOES. JOHN P. JONES. ... his way fur Cumberland Gap to make her his wlfo The girl's father caught on to thu racket however, and with Winchester in hand, overtook them and knocked their plans into a cocked 1 1 H hut. LAST CALL. 1 TUESDAY.AUG. 1 Tho big grain elevator of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad nt Bast Toledo, O.. was destroyed by lire. Tho loss will reach nearly a million dollars. There wero 000,000 bushels of wheat nnd other grain In It, iWritiiii,; him and luyltu lor lilt twp ami this uotl,v. John II. lrpaihcrfv!lle, Ky I HOP run net him by ntJU. lloamtoiiif ilce.luljr Ut. Owner Hey-nol- ds, BEHZLEY f HOTEL, W. A. BEAZLEY.fPror., ORAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Splrnillil Accommodations, Clo-,to lcn)t mid p'ulpliur Will. Hiitt'H ltciii.oniiblt', l'luo Water, 13 ; Our store will be closed for inventory of stock. Our dis- fe solution sale will be in full blast until then. If you want Goods. I to get Dry at moneyClothing'm and Shoes stretchS ing price, come and inspect our ainerent lines. Our low prices increase the purchasing" power of from $1 to $1.50. SEVERANCE A SONS. ms,m!mwmwmwmmT!mm$;&&mw . us THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. A Family Carriage That combines beauty and comfort with convenience, Is one of our well made, easy and elegant Surreys, It Is unexcelled for workmanship, durability ami comfort, and will glvo more satisfaction fo general family use thau oilier car riage nude Wo are selllnx' llicm uncap and rail, rid-lu- This is now the mutt up Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Leuses; thu new discovery In optical science I wish to say to tho Ladies that THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very latest Patterns never Designs it) JVJouldiijgs B. K. Opp. Court-Hour- Wearen k Son, btauford, Ky. 1, Bold In this locality before havo to be seeu to bo appreciated. Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among tho lot Is tho New French "Fleur.DeI.ls" mouldings specially for suitable delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Oilers, and all pictures that re. quire dainty frame. When In Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo will save you money. 134 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco, Danville, Ky. J 1 ' Hubbard Ilro., of Wrdoye, Iod.,nrc making arrangement to put In ma 3atollBlATunAajr and. 3""rld.wi chlnory to equalize staves hero and will ship somethlnc Ilka 100 can of thcte $1 rough staves from Somerset, Uurnsldo and Sclcnco Hill to Morolnnd, whero When not 4pMCa.OD will becharsnt they will bo put through this machln cry and then roehlppcd to Cincinnati and Loulsvlllo markets. Messrs. Wm. Vandcvccr, of Ilarrodi- hurjr, T.J. Miller, of Wllllsburp, nnd II. 11. andovecr, Q. ft C. agent at High Ilrldgo, spent several days with Mr. 1). 1'. Shcwmakcr and family. While hero her father presented Mrs. Sbewtnakcr with a No. 1 Jorsey cow and Mr. Shcwmakcr thinks there Is nothing like having a good father-i- nMade from pure THEffJ TERIOR JOURNAL MOBELAND. QFF1CIHL REPORTS Offlcc-of State Inspector and I have befora me statements from various bank showing do poll In to the crcd It of the Treasurer at the cioo of littil nc June 30, as fo'lows, vlt- :- Wa Hani rnnctarsi cycle No nd Do All Klnii of El- - Jiiiim II. OAsTi-ruA- AiiTiirnO. I.amiium, Eiplr!nj. k 61 llHrCKIMIIIHit CtsTi.rxi. tiii: t).Nvii.i.Kvvii.r.co, hanvii.i.k, II) Thirl PER YEAR CASH RoVal cream of tartar. Baking Powder Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are (he greatest menacen to health of the present day, BOYM, Mla EOWMH CO., 1CW TOBH, ' Horse Show FAH?A1NIVAL The Greatest Show of its kind ever known in the Blue Grass ipiw AT Dates. AUGUST 812, 1899 present prospects something oyer 1,000 car loads of hardwood will bo shipped from here during 1W9. From 40 to SO wagons nro hauling this hardwood from Casey county, most of It coming through Liberty. Tho last was a very busy week with tho agent hero. Ho shipped 11) cars of lumber and eight of stock since Monday morning. Tho Frankfort Chair Co., of Frank fort, bad a man hero last week who bought several car loads of lumber from Wlborg, Hanna V Co , and the Campbcllsvile Lumber Co. at good prices. Wo have three firms represent ed here, who keep their inspectors here und buy lumber all the time. Tho Campbcllsvlllc Lumber Co. Is repre sented by J. J. Watson, who has lately moved hero from Campbcllsvlllc, E. H. Spotswood fc Co., of Lexington, by D. U. C. Peyton, Wlborg, Hanna fc Co., Cincinnati, is represented by W. E. Carter. They are all three good buyers and it Is tit for tat who is baying tho moot. law. Morcland is certainly on tho boom as far as the railroad business Is concern ed. This year will be tho heaviest outgoing of hardwood we have had slnco tho road was llrst built. From our 112(1,397 88 Total D. D. S., W. S. From this deduct unpnld checks m LnrriM Kirn Inniirnint Company In Hi follows officers. World Tho condition of the Treasury at the On Farmers Hank 8 0.(187 10 Teotb Extracted Without Fain ! close of business on tht31st day of Mny On American Nnt With Vltnllinl Air. Phjalclnii In nttend- Hank 13,092 17 1S99, was a follows, vlt: ance. Muii(i r.mitlnTii Hi partmetit On 1st Nnt Hank l',5fS HI SINKING FUND. Oflleo In tlio Now Thoiunon llnllitliiff. 7 On Statu Nnt. Hank 970 07 Oeneral Onier.. Cohunbtii llulldlnc. UitiU- Balance In treasury Apr. Nrllle. K fSOl',07354 30,1899 31,219 IS Total 131,219 18 Itcc'd during Mny lSW 23.013 63 PHYSICIAN AND DltUGOLST, ! ON 830.719 0' LenrcH balance In treasury as Total to Mar 31st. 1S99 McKlNNItY, - KlSNTUCICY. above stated June 30 395,118 70 Paid out during May lfitl'.l 00 10,000 On the 31t day ol Mny, 1899. thero would options leaves balance Mny 31, ISiW 820,719 0" were outstanding warrants amounting Preacrlptlont Carefully Compounded Pnv or In I Lincoln like to takeFor lertna on good farms Night and particuCount) to $360,055 (13 SCHOOL FUND. WM I.AMH3II.M'. lar. Mldn-- . 13 Krlper, Kv Issued during tho month of Halancc In treasury Apr. 30, - Frankfort, Ky,, Juno 3, 1890 To Ilo.v. W. (). Hruii.kv, Governor of Kentucky. I have this dar completed the monthly exnmlnntlou required by law, of the books and accounts of the Treasurer nnd Auditor of Public Account and respect fully report that the law has in nil reBpectn been compiled with by these two Farmers Hank, Frankfort. American Nat. Hank, Louis. vlllo 1st Nat Itank, Loulavlt'e Slate Nat IHnk, Frankfort Owcnsboro Deposit Hank f 12.123 7.') ROYAL 0S.M7 (10 72,050 20 lo'.M'S? 1l Plain ami I'n.lilonahlo Penlnc Outline ami Water Work, ft 10,000 00 Fitting a .'i.eelally MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Soamstross. INSURANCE COMPANY O. Liverpool. HEAZLEY, I.nncnHtcr, Ky. Barbae & Castleman, DR. M. L. LOADER, () FARMS OPTIONS WANTED. f'-- 1899 Kec'd during Mny 1S99 Total to May 31, l'nld out during May 13'J'J 1MI9 $131,491 43 31.024 02 June 89,790 09 119,852 72 90,51041 Total to J line 30th 1105.51560 During the month of June there were paid 82011 Leavcs'outstandlng Juno 30 359,330 31 Leaves balance In treasury, May 31. 1S99 104.C95 3d On the 30th of June, 1893, the unpaid warrants Issued prior GEN. EXPENSE .FUND. to that dati amounted to 817,(00 40 Deficit Apr. 30, 1899 $519,157 07 Paid out during May 1S09 13 A reduction during the fiscal $158,330 09 year of 750,685 SO Total to May 31, 1899 Heo'd during May 1S99 81,137 02 At the close of the flcnl year Juuo 30, 1S9S, the balance in 40,301 73 the treasury was Leaves deficit May 31 (f.9,418 13 KECAPITULATION. Deduct this from tho balance Halancc In treasury to credit of 395,148 71 above shown Juno 30, 1S99 sinking fund May 31 S20,719 0; Shows nn increase In treasury Balance in treasury to crcditof balance for the year ending 161.095 30 school fund May 31 1G1.-I2- Cplrn.llJ firm of 10 acna in South-.- .! Kinui Horse ami Mule, conttautly on hand and JO iuIIm fmm lb .MLtxirl Una Writ WImaiM. III rlf PHkl farming (viintry, thickly vtllnl for alo nt nil time. Onlral I'timj tnuiior lr.l- - f..r (arm InillArrtDra K.n turky. (an lay l,u Io la , .HUnfurJ. K'r A.IJrr-- . II01 trxlr. (7) LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. B. G. FOX, FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. , (.. PUBLIC SALE OF A GARRARD CO. FARM. R. A. JONES, I will otter publicly on the premKea. Tliurrulny, Anjf. io, 1899, The DR. KEIO FARM, timSfr FIRE, DCNTItiT, Stanford, Ky. I I r KINGSVILLE. CC9.443 18 ilouble corn crlU apacltr of 100 lurrt-Clabc Rose, colored, who was to have two tobacco lomMoue of which l uswi. One Fare Round Trip from all points I made an excursion in a paper balloon Leaves balance in treasury. kliK-birn and tenant liousr. ELEGANT rd in Kentucky, via the within oue hunilrrd May 31, $315,905 25 COMMUMTV accompanied by a hugo at tho picnic, of church, nchcnl houw. jxnt oltloo and I have before me statements from varwatermelon to bo eaten In mid air to offered In two will I 3 store Tho farm QUEEN & CRESCENT tracts Sit acru with the linprturmrnt the delight, of the assembled thousands, ious banks showing deposits to the cred Oniy the liett companies represtlilcd. S ncrc .aid trneu dlYlded by nnlinpronil it of the Treasurer, as follows, vlt: will mako said ascension at a later date. a whole, the bid or the pike and then Ini)ulries wlicitnt 12. Farmers Bank of Ky tll',574 69 Tho business monotony of our up-tbid. accepted which reallu'lhe icreateraum Ask Ticket Agent for particulars H. 11. MAIIONV, Agl, Stanford. l milts UO acre of knob land flvo or 73.91S2S date town was to have been disturbed State Nat. Hank, Frankfort dl.tunt will go with the farm w. c nintuio. O. P. A. CINCIHIUTI picnic in our immediate American Nat. Bank, Louisville 73,8.'IS 70 by a first-cla- ss will UrIu at II A. M caih. bulauee S5,5S5 27 vicinity todav. but was Interrupted by 1st Nat Bank of Louisville To People's Party Convention at 111 one and mojears with a jwr t lnier a splendid rain. So wo recall the old Nat. Deposit Bauk, Owcnsboro 10,000 00 Frankfort, Ky., July 9. I l.l.H-llI.lr lianvllie. iw T I) Eouhii. Aue "It's an ill wind, &c." and are Nlcholasvllla Street Fair, July 8. Undurtalcor, Tie JSouthern Hutua. Invesimeni Company, content. $300,916 04 Total Tickets from all points from George Kentucky Huitonvillo, From this deduct unpaid checks as A match game of base ball between town to Junction City nt LJSTSS Lincoln County Of Lexington, Ky. ojr home team and tho McKInneys follows: rates, on sale July 26h. 27th OtTrr. hll rMtr Io tb vpl cfWr.1 Utcola came off hero last Wednesday. The On Farmers Bank $34,406 24 and CaMy cuunUra. lull .lock good to return July 29th. Great at Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. score was 10 to 4 in favor of McKlnncy. On State Nat. Bank National Bank. ftaalvayioa bandMana.r. ul luDunni Can. 3S1 05 tractions. V. fi. Carptnur. Camp meeting at Somerset, July 30. Mr. J. Roy B. Rose and Miss Bertha On American Nat. C28 30 Special train leaves Junction City at Hank Capital Mo)k,'JI(D,(rai. Morse, of Hustonvllle, came over to Wo Pay While You Lire. 8:21 A M 95c round-tri- p 9,505 10 to Somerset. UucrtoTheKanuerIUnk A Tiut riuny On 1st Nat. Han sea the game. Old Line Conpaales Fay When Yea Die. and uudrr ama luan.tnfiit luntlau Miss Lutye McFarland, of Knoxvllle, Great colored camp meeting, flno pro ouily Ui TJ nn. MIW. U. D.KIMIVOK, l'ror.. 41.950 09 gram ana plenty oi lorcign talent. 44.980 69 Is visiting her cousin, Miss Gertrude Total Orer tISO.OOO IJ In llilnk lwneBta. cln.-- s music, abundant refresh High Walker Bailey, operaOrer J 'VWO l.'cwrreand burplua Pennybacker. IiucnNtcr, i Kentucky. ments for everybody. Ask agents for tor at Norwood, stopped over night Leaves balance in treasury II IINPs WEAKEN, Local Agent,. full particulars. ISO M VN, Secy . Stanford, ky. A. SMITH Newly furnifthed, clean beda,r sjilcndwl $315,906 25 above thoun here while en route to his homo at Lexington, Kr. 15 Homo show, fair and carnival, J'ortera table. Kverytlilug timt. claim, On the 30th day of April the old unMcKlnncy. Mrs. D. M. Crclghton Is Low rates via Queen Aug b9 meet all traioa, visiting at upper Bluo Lick Springs for paid outstanding warrants amounted & Crescent ronto from all K)lnt in lloi.lli mch iMitlBfM rvlathiiit will ur uiutual ly lorBtll and 4uanl goid to re$361,101 00 Kentucky dally Aug. Miss Gertrude Penny-back- er to her health. MIIKCnillb 100,382 70 turn tho Nth Inst Greatest show Lexhas returned from a visit to her Issued during May ! YOUR ACC0UN-ington has ever had. Don't full to atr, sister, Mrs. Dlnacn, Iti Somerset, Willlauu, J.J tend. Ample room for ul! I. due nnd readj fur juu. and ou lire ur- il.ley, Sr , 521,483 70 J..Wllllaw lluKb, Total to May 31st delegation from our neigh A strong Kentij rttiieaiti to A. W. I'tnnlr, 161,423 13 borhood will attend tho Hustonvllle Paid in May . II.Uuuuiliu, ! fair this week. Claude M. Pennybacker J. I! I.) nn, Lincoln County Farm For Sale. b. Il.frh.nk. Is at home resting from his labor as an Leaves unpaid May 31st $360,055 03 J P. Cah. Till laeana YOy If rou ue lue J II. Owiler All of which Is rejortcd Oil Tliurtitlay, Sep. 14, '99, operator at Burgln. iirricuiM O. V. L.KSTEK., J. H. GREER, Stanford, Ky. I wllloitrr dr Mlo tlief.mil SUMMER LAKB TOURS. uii )! Ii I now rp. I'lf, alwiMixL. Cmp, .. Paid farm rnutaln. lirf S II. Shank.. 1'rraUrut, J.ll. I).!cy.lilrr. Ami la.likr. State Inspector and I'xaminer. airnot rlrt iUmIiIu (rata land, writ wat.rr.1, MICHIGAN' W M. Ilrluhl, TO amoUe-lioute. LEXINGTON Total Deduct deficit in general pense fund, May 31 9S5,414 43 ex- Situated at Old I'nlnt McU on ilie Itklmioiul and Lancaster pike iiiIIm fiom Ijnenter Nahvtlle anil SK mile from Lou!Mo depot The Fara C:n:lsls cf 333 Awei, $351,810 92 June 30. 1899 All of which Is respectfully reported. well Improved with toxI new residence or' uch C. W. LISTi'lt. chard nnd nil menry outbuilding. catrlagc-liouState Inspector and Kxamincr. im oHIco In the vart,C Alw plrndld Utled OOIXDEnSTT INSURANCE. SBn!s-ROUTE 27-2- k ROUTE o- Queen & Crescent 27-2- ,t Tciiorl.t One-thir- d l. J. T. SUTTON", Mason Hotel Lux-ingto- n, Solicits Your Bank Account, 2. Settle It At Once UOW IIEST REACH Office of Statu Inspector nnd Examin- Q)(msiaaimr,jJiej-jMtliMjT- b The Favorite Line iiOT7isviiti.aB CHICAGO. A new lru, feiuliu In good UMjry outt'iiihliiu with tho superb steel steamer "Manl- - follows: rruiraud llio laud lu itomlttateof ulluallvu. SINKING FUND. A. we hat met ith a ureal luitbr lire .riveiillv we a jut ui till. prierly ami any one who Trains Morning and Evening from Un- tou," from Chicago to Mackinac, IUy Vlow, Charlovolx und a IUlanco in Treasury May 31 $820,710 07 aani. u wouiu uo wen io wrue io ion .Station, 10th and liroadway. JA.Ml-.O 4,382 17 i McKLCIINIi:, Kec'd in Juno boat of other resorts presents a novelty Weal bile lir rale a biiilneM room, brlfk deoirlng luformatlon nnd tn transportation and makes tho outing Passengers Izi t'al'Meei In the s W turner of the public 825,101 21 viiurelu Montliello, Ky, and occupied by Mi rates to Ucomin, .Minnesota, ."Sebraska completely perfect. Tho e.cnso of this Total KecbuleA Kern. a. an enhance for Itoiir. meal ud poinu in the far West, Including Calhi 377 00 and feed Hut it at good aitsud at there It In trip Is no greater than all rail, Furth- l'dld out In June ifornia, should addrem or aitlcular and leimt Montliello for huftiiiea. addra Ibealnjve er particulars will bo furnished on re.'10 755,723 31 Frank J. Heed, (Sen. I'ahs. Agt , quest to K. II, Bacon, district passen- Ilalance June E. II. Hacou, Din. l'uss. Agt. ger agent, Monon Routo, SCHOOL FUND. Loulsvlllo, 101,Ul5'!0 Balance in treasury May III Ky W. II. McDoel, & Gen. Mgr 101,355 57 Kec'd in Juno Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr y, I lliji-.vlllc- , 1 The ecci of America's reports has Frankfort, Ky.. July 5th, 1S99 rooms, (Mnlrv, A , itewly alnted and piiirrnl been proclaimed by alt experienced kuI'IIiIoii and In Tollo.v. W. O. Br wiley, S1 will ltaat luuilork, a u tourlets to bo Northern Michigan. The ltHii titlinie In on and two Governor of Kentucy. rara wlih lut.rift from date of hale INiveMtou climate through midsummer compares I have this day completed the monthly Klreu iHv 1, 1WJ l'i4.ton of lajj to l with Kentucky's best October days;ih3 to li;iii at utual lime tor It II UHIAN, lille.l.nllle. Ky. it Id hotel accommodations appeal to the examination and comparison, required by law, of the books and accounts of the moAt fastidious and atford an assortAcrisely L::itsi Eriei Ses!des:e la ment to suit the purso of any; the scen- Treasurer and Auditor of Public cello, ""estn-kwith 57 a:rcs ef counts, and find that the law has in nil ery U beyond compare In both land and Laid vrell lsproved f:r Sale. respects been complied with by these water scapo and amusements abound in great variety including peerless sport ofllcers. ThealioTepriiirty Ii known a. tbe John ( lull The condition of tho treasury nt the luau plare and It oiiupled U)w by lamis Culley for the angler. Tho Monon Routo from tho lontaiut at c!oo of business June 30, 1S9'I was us dtKr. boiiKMd orchard aruom. nue 1! and kitchen a new Chicago In all ue. Louisville tiril-tUh y, er. wrll friii'Mlan Idmralilr linnir.1 I1, lullu fn.iu Murrland, alalinini IIifC S railroad, un i tk lUvlilrait lmdlnitfruiii.MllUalllrtu.Stanl.ird on uld urui if a Iari fraiuf, rontainliu rlvbt You take jour Wheat and Corn to Morrt. 1'red . V. h'aiiKu In Wm llnnplivrt y' .hop In Miinford nnil Kt In eaelmugu I'iour und Or' STANKOUI). KY. Meal You tun uImi hu 1'lour. Sleul. Milp- .tuff, Ilrun. thicken Tied. Ac chenivr at Capital Stock $100,000. Sarplsi, S17.63S 51 tn) plve than anv where lu town A trial I. till I ivU I liolleve my t'Xi'hMige will U-- a Thli liutittitlon orUlnally eatablUbed aa tbe I good thine; fur farimr. ami I .liili; llU-- r My C'mxU po.lt Hank ol blauford In 18M, Iben reonsanlied at nl trnii.ai'tloiie and full weight ciiuie from Duddernr'a Itlx HiMr Holler ofhtantord lu WJ aliJtj.lt Mill, and uro llr.t-al- a tbe National Hank MOUK1S lltKI) Telephone No. fit ruirgaulied ai Ihe Hnt National Hank of Stanford In FIRST NATIONAL BANK Just Like a Mill. W!, baa had pra( tleally an unlnlrrru led exUt to connection enrefor II jeare. It It Utter aupplled uow will latllltlet for Irantacllii bualuett prum lly and tban.Terlwfore In lit long an J houorablt tareer. Account! of Imlif lduali, Bduiiarln.tiimr and InJIrlJualinlklled. 1IKCTU J W. Ilaydeii, KtanforJ P. Held, Unoulu Co ; H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stankoku, Kv., In oooooo'oooboooooooo S.T. Ilarrlt, " J. S. Ilocker, W.P. Walton M H. II. lUugbmau, " Vlco-Pre- Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho onu-thlr- 1 IF Through Sleeping Gars THREE DAILY W. A. TUHK, Chesapuako & Ohio has madu a rato of d one und fare on tho certificate plan to Atlantic City for the meet Ing of tho American Homeoputlho InTUB stitute which meets thoro Juno 19th to 21th. Tho C. & O has through sleep IBII'Q QVOMSPir PRtXIUPQill 13 rJiiMlLDl D1D1DJ1, ers to Philadelphia and Now York without chango. Bo suro your ticket PE.NKT1CATKS rcuds vlu tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Geo. W. Barney, dlv. puos. agent, LexEIGHT GREAT STATES ington, Ky. Uoatucky, Teune.ee, Virginia, Oeoriria SPAIN'S UlltAlhST NEED. North und couth Carolina, Mr It I' Olltli, o'lbriwluut, b.l;i, i)u,li bli AlHtMUia, MIUal)il, wlnitnst Alktu.h C Wtuk ntrvr. lull uunl rrrit wln lu I lie Uik of hla bcl. On u.iug Llntrlc llllttti, America's yreiu! Uluud uml . NrrvD ill lu tuon left him. Ila u;i tlila granil tuwliclue U wlint rouolry nwlt All Auifrk-knuwt that it iurM llttr tud klJuey Betweeu LouUvllle uui tho South truuUo. Kurtttoi llin blouJ. lunn un Hi. iliniu.li lmiiitiiiulli ntrtu, I'Uti lui, lgur and uew llblntueicry uiuhIc, uneaudortauof tlm Uxlv. II teak tlrrd or ailing, yuu uewl It, Errrr bottle Southern Railway Total I'aid out In Juuu 205,050 13 818 81 2UI.MJ 0!) Ilalance In treasury Juno 30 OKX. KXl'ENSi: TL'ND. JOC!,44S 18 IXflcit May 31 00,510 11 I'ald out iu June Total Kec'd in June July High Bridge Camp Meeting 21-3- 0. l,ow Katks Daily, " " T I'. Hill, W. A. Trlbble, J.llCoUler.CrabOrch'd . i Elmore, Mauford. " M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon ttccclvlnu IiIn Spring jjuitiiuer Goods. V orrictm. J S. Ilocker, rrettdent; J. J. Mclloberta Catblir, A A McKlnuer AalUnlCliler. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed, J Give Him a Call. Queen& Crescent TO FARMERS. .Sri.cuL Sunday Kxcuhsions, Plow, und Cincinnati. JX.lMcCljAy bate siimll UUIa nnd aik fgnua for partic 750,001 6'J w. o. iuni:akson, o. a 131,167 89 ular., i. lleiu-dy- 111 il25,B0u 73 ooSlPSlQQP Deucit Juno 30 (urnl.hed urv time. KKOAl'lTULATION. All kind, of I'urultureuud any plcto or DOC LOST ! ou want. Call ou in treasury to credit of HtlauLU of . thort tailed While and mark kindI), H.Ilarueh. OAltl'ENTKH. Hc.TO.siiLLr. Kr. i S755.72J 31 IllUh. Literal reward for her re.inking fund Juno 30th turn to tblt olBiw, (3j) Kahiiice in treasury to credit of 30 205,232 00 icliool fund Juuo Medlum-iUedSpoiu-dhelU- oojopjiqos)0 Keiuilra. Ollvur Chlllt-Mulla Utiltlvbtor-i- . Uwt In the world. DeerliiK Holl and Hull HearliiK Hinder.. IluerliiK Itoll und Hull HeurlnK Mower.. Moyer Huckboard. ami Hups;!' Uunlen Plow. iud Double bhoveU. Will pay inurket price for Wool. Back. A. 8. PRICK, Burgeon TRAINH tuiautetJ, only W ivuta. m Njld by Penny, m - Piulil, BmIi way between Loalsvlll aad Lexington Wlilurtou, a. 1'. A., I). U. W. II. TAYLOR, A. O P. A. LauUvllU, !') Rural free delivery will bo inaugurated In Fayette county, Aug. 1. Tho routes covered will bo 79 miles In Leavea ba'ance In treasury 1 length. June 30, 10U ' $ 1,020,055 43 Total Deficit In general uspcuso fund 625,800 73 name date 1303,148 70 Dentist, Stauford, Ky, OfficetTf Ucltobuu Uulldlui. Drat Store la the Owtl.r for And wtlllnt? to jiuy lop price, tn CA 1'eathur.. Duck. UeoM), L'htckuui, Gluaeni", Yellow Hoot, IUe Wax, Iron and Hide ol all kind.. Oop-peHorn. Aim will bo lu tho market for wool. Bfo uie and get uiy price before (.filing, mid emit caah. Cull ttt mt headquarter. I'euco'a UUlce, near Duj.it, btau-fu7d.- I K. ItOilINSON. Turkey. r"f, lira. UNDERTAKER! And Dealtr in S4JL2TX3S, 3ADDLI1T, KY. 8c0., STANFORD,