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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 28, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899072801_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 28, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVIII. THU HUSTONVILLK PALR Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1899 10 A. M. h' 7 ' 20 Best broke goat driven hy x,y 10.' For awhllo politics Is forgotten. LANCASTER, WM$G33SS No Kiitrip, Praise the Lord A MIAND Ht'COKSS IS r.VKUV PAKTICL. ,10 Host iloiihlo team, speed, ;. Tno of Tho roadster rings aro hotly contest- -' style and Urown and I.AH. durihility (t)iildered, hex or owner- - cd and exciting In tho extreme. I tne h"110" Is only londlng to unlto tho iiiu caowiw, ki.st. wkatiikii, sukct ship not regarded 50 ()0 Tho rlffgi. aro most all tilled and tho mr'' mi'hic ash 1'nnrrv wombs. $:U to first; 815 to 2d. Attorney W.McC. Johnson Is build stock l tho llncst mortal man over saw. W. M. Dodd'a fine roadster stallion, ing a handsome residence near town, Tho HiiKtonvlllo fair, which closes C. T. Sandidgc, of Hoylc. premium; I. C. Jame,.Mrcer, certificate. Gallon, was tho subject of much favor-ab- lo an the Danville road. today, ha hern a success In bvcry way. !M Hist inare nnd mule colt.. Five In seven of tho applicants for 10 00 comment. Tho show of stork exceeded oven the Henry Hauglimau, of Lincoln, p.; ! Tho hotels are crowded but nobody tenchers' certificates last week, stood ! line display of last jcar while tho ! entries. sutlers by It. They ore always equal first class examinations. crowd hao been considerably larger. Luthtr Ware, Hoylc, !2 Best limit; mnro Miss Bessie, daughter of Mr. H. C. 10 00 to,lho emcrgoncy. Thcro has been no hitch or misunderHenry Hauglimau, ol Lincoln, p John H. Dinwiddle is running Din- Arnold, ago 22, died of consumption i standing whatever and everything ha HatBtoSult Ever) body. widdle Bros.' storo whllo George and Wednesday evening. Tho remains will passed olT llku do., work, thus cnnclu-ulrcl- y J. P. Ilifle, c; 7 entries I).'! Hft mule colt, bo burled In Lancaster cemctorv tmlmr. I either wx... 10 00 A. 11. C. aro playing thu fair. proving that tho olllcers selected Luther Wrre, of Ho)l, p; Henry Mlno Host W. D. Stagg, and wife, of Thursday, at 3:30 I'. M. She was n love-- 1 were the right one In overy respect. tho Kxchnnge Hotel, Liberty, wcio ly young lady nnd leaves a host of Tho hospitality for which our Vet Haugliinan, c; 5 enlries. .'Jl Best mare mule volt ... . I frionds. 10 00 seeing tho sights yesterday. Kad friends uro so well known habeen Lut her Ware, of Boyle, p; Henry whllo their Jerry Adama and Georgo Weather-for- d Capt. I. M. Dunn requests mo to say ttven inoro clearly evinced, havcn'.t seen tho fair yet. They that he Is thankful to his friends for reputation for giving tho best fair In Baughmmi. Lincoln, -'l ..inrlr.j Hit Bet mule 1) tho complimentary call on him to run1 car, under 2. . 10 00 havo been too busy making money. the country hat long since been estabi Harper, JMiighiiian, or Lincoln, p; The ilJO saddlo stake which km won for representative and that hn ilpollnn.1 lished. President James byC. T. Sandldgo with Preston, was to make tbo race, preferring tho hum I Secretary W. I). Hociccr, Assistant Heiirr HaUL'hmim. r: 'J nniriiu Secretary C. W. Adorns, Treasurer I. 'SO Hot mule 2 venritiiiiiliivnr in on as lino a ring of horses in wa over got. Die walks Of llfn with rhn Ml, .,!.. i .1. A Haugliinan, Lincoln, p; J lege of voting for the democratic noml- -' II Hooker and thu arlous vice prcsl-deJ. ten together. The directors and others aro distrib- necs. and directors liavo been untiring Sptnn, c; 2 entries Alp'ne Hats, Kai road Hats, Democrats here want to know IfGov. In their nttcntlon to tha crowd In gen- 37 New York sadille mare or gelding, uting dinner tickets to Mrs. I. P. J. T (Vi'llolinw. nf Imim.II.. ,i Steele's splendid table with almost Brown is running a heat race, as he eral whlla tholrcloverncastotho horse wanted tho regular nomination. Others reckless liberality. nion, who nro there by tho score, has Gay Hro, Woolford, v, I entries. Mrs. C. C. fanArdalos friends wcro say that ho Is in his second Infancy and made them money and lasting friend. .'18 Bet pair marti or geldings 20 00 liny Uro-.- , p; J. delighted to see her on tho irround yes need a gum nipple I am told that Dr. Tho Daily iNir.itioic Jouksai. has Brown Hats, Pearl Hats, Illack Hate; in fact almost any terday. Sho bai been laid up for clcht Stedmun remoied his portrait from his oavcrcd tha ground so thoroughly that c; 2 entries hat wantwll parlor when he heard that he was will-In- g wo wl not go IntMurthcrdctallsalout .'III Best Suckling colt, either months with a fractured hip. to head thu bolter' ticket. 10 00 This crowd of substantial gentlemen the most successful fair ever held In Prof. H. K Taylor's lllutra.ted lecSpecial hy G. I). Wcatlierford, Pro. from Casey wero among those on hnnd Lincoln. Bolow Is u list of tho premW votherfonl Hou-e- . iums of Wednesday and jetterday, to jestoruay: J. C. Coulter, J. I'. Wilk- ture. "The Heart of Cuba," drew an Ben Hohinxin, ofCWy, p; B. B. inson, V. II. Myers, J. W. and gelher with tho successful competitors: Pat appreciative audience and was highly Whlpp, Jailer Hell and J. It. Wilkin- - Inslructhe and entertaining, as wo I Pinet Southdown Hue k, nnviige, WcmnU Lincoln, v; I) entries. now feel an Interest In Cuba 85 00 10 Bet Koail'ter Mare or G elding son. The .'JO 00 Henry Saxton and others of tho band Spanish lollnlst, Senor Jomj Andnn- C. II. Irvine, of Bo)le, premium. 20 to 1st. SKI to 2d: Smrml iiivmi. called on Mr Charles Wheeler the equl, rendered several nroductlons Henry MeKinney, CWy, JDd-SeasoDSa- fel urn hyA. B. Itohiuson A Hro.. Dan. other evening, and with 15 entries. that gentle which captivated tho audience. On July 1, Hunley Sinirleton took In Drv (IihmU nml man, who Is a musician himself, made f 00 ville J Best Kwe, any ng some fine music. A number of young surance against tiro for 750 on a ham (.'. 11. Irvine, premium; Hen. Notion- - Association add. 810. Gay Bros., p; C. C. Cnrijcnter, people were present and scverul hours and 10,000 pounds of hemp with the certificate; '2 ry .MeKinney, Cun-y- , 5 entries. Lincoln. Kentucky Growers' Association, of Goods Must He Sold. Look For Yourself. were spent most delightfully. entries. I vear or Lexington. It burned on Julv 3. Thu .. . . f 00 41 Het stallion or :i Ik-s-t Spring Iamb PLEASANT POINT. company refused to pay the claim on l(i 00 Ileufy MeKinney, of CWy, pre- uiuler 2 Special hy W. H. Hice, Liveryman, W L. McCartv Is emulovlnp oulte a. tho ground that the valuation was exmium mill ccrtilfcale. Danville. J Ho--t horns colt 10 00 number of hands canning apples and cessive. Eternal rlirht and Immntnhln J. P. Murpliy.of Lincoln, premium; Gay Bmx. n: J. T. Creinlmw. beans. Tomatoes will bo rendv vnrv Justice demand tho payment because tno risk was token by an agent and the L. A. buukiii, Mercer, certilieiite; c; .'I entries. eoon. 42 Be-- t mare 2. under:! 10 00 r entries. The people arc overjoyed with the premium was paid. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Tho trial of Marshal E. M. Wn1l.r. 10 00 SiKfial hy Woodland Stock Farm. fi Best mare colt copious showers that fell Saturday and David Catleman, of Mercer, p; B. Sunday. Crops aro looking much bet- was continued to Aug. 10 by the comB. H. Woods, .Jr., oi Lincoln, premonwealth, on account of nn mium; V. A. Trihlile, Lincoln, c; K. Goddard, Mercer, c; 5 cnlrieji. ter since. i:J Bc-- t marc 3, under 4 .. .. 10 00 Mrs. Solomon Phelps, of Ewcll, has witness, Squire I. M. Myers presiding. nine entries. J. E Hoblnson assists Owsley In the . loiniiK iimijuB buu 0 Het marc ami volt 10 00 .. Mack Hughes, Boyle, n and c i Look for Yourtelf; Tell Your Friendg. relatives in 41 mare 4 years ami over. vh this vicinity and also the grave of her prosecution ana w. I. Williams apW. A. Tribble, jf Lincoln, 20 00 uitic uuuntcr, Liutle, whose remains pears for tho defense. The preliminapint set harness .1. S. Murphv, c; 0 entries. ievial hy Durham iV Cecil, Grwers wero laid to rest a short 10 00 7 Best" colt, cither sex" -time ago In ry trial of Gill Prather for shnntlno. ww..Ua An., Danville. uurton, was called Wednesday and K. H. NVihxN, Jr., of Lincoln, pie-mithe Pleasant Point gravo yard. Gay Bros , Wixxlfonl, p; Cliarlc T. Jerry Hogue. of Casey, visited H. J. continued until Friday, on motion of J. J. Murphy, Lincoln, cerShirts, Pats, Underwear and Fine Pants. fySuits Cleaned S.iudidge, Boyle, c; 4 entries. and Preseill-- t tificate: 11 entries. lloguo one night this week. Mrs. Oli- county Attorney Owsley. Durton still 20 (10 ver Johnson visited Mrs. Fox. W. O. nves, but the wound Is thought to bo S Best saddle gelding, any age, 15 00 45 Best LreldillL'. 4 and over.. jr t J.; .1. C. Watts has begun his new building. fatal. J. T. Crenshaw, of Fayette, prcnii. ii m 'ro,,-",iw- . The board of city council met WedLittle Charley De. son ofMr.und.Mrs. iiiii; Carroll Hailey, Lincoln, certifii1"?,."' c: ,5 J,",rlw' Ju Hct htallion or gelding 2 years or W D Dye, had a severe spell cate; U entries yestcr- - nesday and accepted the proposition of 6c m,l,cr'5 Mr. E. P. Morltz for the franchise and H' O0 day, tho cause unknown. 0 Host Mitlillo mere, any aye... li 00 creition of water works, subject to ratT. Crenshaw, Fayette, premium; bljcvial premium by Geo. D. Weath-- i An Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Pro. Wcntherford Hou and man Padgett died last eek and was ification by tho people in November. (Jay Hrtw., Woodford, certificate; !I agent O. Moerlein Betr. entries. burled In tho old family grave of The proposition was fully elen lo mv ... i.. wiauiini, .iiener, p; ii. m . Thomas Jellreys. A little girl jardMr, last letter. Mr. Morltz will llknlv nm. 10 Itet horso colt, unJer 1 J cur L'." 00 of 'and Mrs. Thomas Leuch died on tho eeed with tho survey and work as the , J. S. Murphv, Lincoln, preniiuni; Smitii, Boyle, c; 2 entries. , .m ., i( je-- i stallion, .J year-- uiuler I, ilrd and was burled In the family eople are sure to ratify tho action nf V. A. Tribl.le, Lincjln, c; 8 ....... . .... ' "" graveyard. Ills reported that there tne Doara. Considering our many Im.m jieiiinuii uy ihu una ueorge is a great deal of sickness In the neigh provements, wo aro going to havo a m:i:r and nitixinxo .We Sell. C T. Sandidire. Bovle. n. anil c. 11 Hot hull uiulcr U years. . 10 00 borhood nmong children, and some old city In fact. 48 Best stallion I and over 20 00 !eoplc. The doctors of tho county with tho W. I). Wcutherford, of Lincoln, I C. James, Mercer, Bed Leaf, p; exception of Dr. Elliott, of Bryants- W. L McCurtv. nf Ivlr..illli. premium and certificate. 12 Finest hull '' yrs ami over a wonderful good talk In the Sunday "le' falling to be present at tho meet- 10 00 W. M D.kM. Lincoln, Gallon, c. Bci-- t Saddle stallion, ln0 Garrard County Medlcaf So ninre or geld- - School at Pleasant Point last Sunday. ln I L. tarjeuter, Lincoln, prcnii-inn- ; ID 150 00 We woalll bo glud If tho people would clctvt 'be physicians of tho town de- i)I Wood Walker, Garranl; cer7f to first, 830 to second and 823 heed tho earnest cxortatlon. Tho sub- - cided ,0 organize a town society, to tificate: tl entries. tl, ""tThursdayevenlngof each 10 0c to third; 810 to enter, live horse to ject to be read and talked on noxt Ill Cow under 2 vrs .,, month, with Dr. II. C. Herrlmm timet. In ...w r.H tmlav nli'ht ... tho iwnv,.r . II. Skinner, Liucou, premium I"'. ivu mi. C. I'. .Sindidge, of Ikiyle, p; Gay this place Is "Tclnperanee.,, ?... and certificate. Hov. C. dcnl nnd Dr- - n- - M- - Grant secretary. 14 Finest cow 2 yrs and over.. 10 00 nitis , ii iHMiiuni, i", ii. i. Vyii'iisimw, o; L Hensley will conduct tho service. Ur' ' s- Wesley will read tho first ia- 3 entries. , Thero has been premiWoods Walker, Garrnnl, a great work accom- - ,or on lue flrl Thursday In Septera-pll.he- d If you need a Machine call in, we can suit you. ltO.VI"Ti:it IIINti. In tho name of tho Lord at,"01' A" county physicians nro Invlt- um and certificate. 30 Best Mare or Gelding, any aj;e. Pleasant Point Baptist end theo meetings church. Itev .ed t0 Mi:irAKi:. HIGG-IN50 00 Ira Partln, of Lancaster, acting as1 Tno teachers' Institute Is progress. 15 00 15 Het hull anv ago, V'"V Gay Bio-- ., p; Cunningham, .Her- - pistor, for tho past three jears. Dr. nlcolJ' l,nde" 'ho supervision of Wood T. L. CarK'ntcr, premium; ccr, c; 1 entries. Patterson. Miss Eliza Smith Blblo and the Savior, of her earnestActon nnd wlfo have united with the IVof J Walker, certificate; 4 entries. u ... .ki was elnntpil KPppnrnii Qn., mi.a t.ii i, ness and zeal In tho cause and her ..i n,iil ir 15 00 10 Bet cow, any ago The horse of Rev. I'arton broo;lbwB Wood Walker, premium and cerjBrowu and W. G. Houten, of this Lusk '8 dolnr all that can be done to many christian virtues. Ho told how .". ; ora-at- ed bluck would bu discarded In Heaven Sunday night during servlces-aml- l W. S. Watson, of Atla'nta, Is nmong place, visited the KIngsvIllo church i wako luc meetings pleusant and tificate. quite a stir by taklntr thm Hllrrt "table. Tho teachers discussed the and tho saints would bo clothed In i last Sunday night und wero dellirbtcd there. .UK MTOCK. J II. W. Drye nnd family aro with Mr. with the good singing and tho sermon Chlnn bill and much opposition to It white tho emblem of nurttv. Ho around tho church several time att a. 10 00 17 Jack under 2 yr preacueu by kov. touu, ol Pulaski, his "" "eveiupeu, wiougn no resolution showed that consolation could only be very fast rate. J. L. Johnston, lioyle, p; J, A. Baugji- - and Mrs. S. G. Drye A crowd of '11 wont to Clnnifanatt wus passed. Hon. K. H. Tomllnson will found In tbo Bible, and that not a ray W. E. Cabbell. of Lebanon, Is Islt- - memo ueing "uesK)nuoncy," umu, c; '! entries.. Sunday. Mrs. Bascom Archorolfnur-gl- n, address the institute this. Thurduv. of hopo could be seen In science. 10 00 lng his mother, nnd taking In tho fulr. !8.lack2yeaw, under:! Is with her sister, Mra, .VAUUOW KbCAI'K. Huttlii afternoon ou civil government. Gcortro Duvall. Crawford' Donaldson J, A. Baughmau, p. and v. TUultfil wnnli willlru l.jr .Mrs ,Ja K lltrl, of Hutchlns. Mr. J. H. Hutohln n.fh CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. "Wa, likrii 10 00 and E. L. Stout, of Shelby, are among lliulun.H I) !..!. k.k.l.al. a..wilha lu.lioM hlch 10 Jick uiiyngo .. A number of leading citizens from all .Slt...l UU llll IUIIK'i VUj(U STJ . KIIU l .. .!. IVf" Tuesday to spend several VlllTM UUdllJ hla J. W. Funk iV Hio., Washington, the beaux present. iuihkum iu i.vuiuuiiiuii The New says that some GO convor. paruois in Knox tour aucion ni m sections of tho county were Interviewcounty. p conuoman premium; J. A Hauglimau, c. ed Monday In reference to tho prov- slons have so far resulted from the ii. ii. iuueursun. u mjleliu. lo my hilor,letfnuluH ( I wulJ uot A protracted mooting Is In nmgre&t 10 00 aud prominent merchant of Brudfords I tar whit my ltirul un rlh, 1 would lutvl my ed railroad extension, and they uro all Methodist mectlo.T being held ut Co 20 Jennet under 1 yr .My liu.lantl at the Methodist church horoi. Tha. alMDt out iImjt wai kJtImhI to ville, Is uklng In the wholo thing. J. A. Baugjinian, premium and e. ytl Ur. kluK'a Nvw Piafutrrjr (or tuu.uuiptlou, anxious for tbo road and aro willing tn lumbia. pastor. Rev. I a trial, tuult in and 10 00 21 Jennet any age J. B. Cotley, of Columbia, Is taking C'oii(liiNiltlM. Ool.U.naiiurrl Ituis, aud lliauk (lu.1, all help pay fortho right of way. If tho At Moore's Chapel, In Lawrence Evangelist D.Mr. Hrltt. Is oxtiwoinD; 1 II n;ui B. off SUbsr, tlmo about mingling with tho fair sox aiuuiMl, aud now a well and brallliy moiuiu." proper parties will proceed lo canvass county, Itobcrt Hays seriously out John J. A Hauglimau, premium; Smith a., today, to assist In tbo moating.' Trial lultlrarrwal I'mny'i lrug otura. lUijultr und advertising thu Adair Pair, which aire 5"o aud ft (U. Iluariulrol or iirir rrfuudnl. Powell, c; h entries. tho (armors on tho line surveyed, get iiugue because ttie latter reproved Everybody Is Invited to attendl 22" Hett Buckling volt, either sex, hy begins Aug, -- 2. tho best propositions from them with hJm for talking in church. Miss Addlo May Cummins ha Ikea. The Brotherhood of Locomotive En- tho amounts they aro President Harper Is tilling bis onico II, C. Bjughinun, prcjuiunf; J. '1. At. Versailles, Itev. It. T. Bowman, 111. Mrs J. P. Pettus, of willing to subLebanoDj, Is creditably to both himself und tho as- gineers now has 30,78 members. Tho scribe, und get a similar expression In former pastor of tbo Baptist church, Knibry, o. visiting relatives bore. Mr. Illluwtf. of the organization last year 211 Suckling colt, either sex, hy sociation, whllo as treasurer, June II, receipts town and all over tho county, wo will has sued Banker Holler, u deacon, for I'ettu was with his parents wero tlU3,U0U, und ut present there Is a : 10 00 Hocker Is "all right." Gallon gel tho road, but If some action (s not 110,000 for saying that he was drunk In Messrs. Log Thompson and SaturtUajp. Willi IUbib-ardsrcmium; Jamas Vow;- - Tho quickest, eluvcrcst and best sec surplus In the treasury of tCO.OOO. taken wo will lose It. Tho right of way tho pulpit. Hen Bobitison, of Illinois, arrived hoinoo Siinr-da- y. rotary In tho country Is W. II. Hocker There are 374 lodges. ejii, v. Is all that will bo required and it will Bro. Joe Homier closed his meeting 21 Best horse colt by Dignity Dare, and bis gentlemanly asilstant, C. W. bo olTured on another route. at Itace Horse Chatiel with 25 confes TIIATTllUllimiMl 1IUAPACIIU Jones Anderson bought a com- rani Would oulikly Iraisjrou, if you umhI Ir. Klng'a Lewia Doty, Lincoln, premium and c. Adams, Isn't fur behind. A largo crowd heard tho funeral ser-- sions, says the Lexington Gazette. Five Win. Elmoro and Jataat .. limiaatldd w am ll.,h,u .m 1W1 ( John HutidilnaH iv IIIIHIIa 1 hwhhuii nf an win riai ttai u 25 Best uiaru colt hy Dignity Dare, It would take a whole paper givo a iuir uiiruirw inut far biti.aud fyiroui ' men oi Mrs. America Walker at tho joined tne Liiristian euurcn, lour tho $10. 31m Miller sold a bunch olf J6r Hn. Carpenter, of Cuoy,, Premium. tho names of all the nrottv L'irU from n Presbyterian church last Tuesday and Prcsuytcrtan, nine tno liaptlst, three to John Cress. Price unknowm .li.iin. I V n U'....llw..r.l w. UKk lf ""' tho expression, of sorrow ovlnced ., .... V........ . tho Episcopal aud three the Methodist. Rlgsby bought a distance, who uro visiting Hustonvlllo the mare in Luncjuiwr on: 211 Best Draft Htulliou, mare or geld high esteem In which she was hold. boverai win join tne uatnoite church by court dav for :tn. during the fulr. 1 hey, with that good --- irf.n no towu's ouota. co to make una vorltabtu I B. H. Howell, thu American oars ane was in ucr sum yea- in "" Bro. Joe will give us a bouirbt anorse for l(l.!'i. injj. and her devo- confirmation. " , Mack Ilughtv, of Boyle, pieniiuuij J. sea of loveliness man, wou thu wingticiu silver .culls tion to the church and her strict ad- tastoof tbo "Old Tlmo Religion" at j Mr. W. II. Brown bought a yorjyflau. and the championship of thu Thames. herence to the principles of rectitude toe t'resoyierian euurcn ounuuy morn saddlo hor.o Monday for J. Carroll Halloy, of this place, a. uaugumau, c. tho auini of.' lng und night. 7 Hi'ht. luii' ....... umler Hi. . 10 ou . made her a favorite wborever she was . - la hard luck with hi. brown gold- $1,50 exclusively for the puriwsaolfrldV-Inj rliliT LU.NO IHIIIT1TION. HtIUIlTrULIILl).N'ni:it 8. K. Harris, of Lincoln, premium; Ing, Tyson, but ho made frionds by ao Is thu fori'tuuuer lo euusUoipttoa. Dr. known. Her noblo trails aro reflected A to the mountains to buy cattltu. Kk Will olltu cium a horrlUu lluru, buld, Cut or L'8 Best, broko pr, gouts, driven by aeeptlog the InovlUblo.ln his character-bo- y will curu It. and In her children, who mora onlv in thn llmt.d Illicit l..'. irnL. kj)i. Hi. I.l .u .1.. saddled bis tine animal and mouuMsil Doll's .. ' .WW itt l iV,urvuiiiUy . I.. ,llv 5 00 l.tlu gentlemanly way. Ho has gotten dive suvh strencth to thu lungs that a couirli best circles of society. Itev. Honry ..U.will till In lulu aud under 10 yra heal It ride homo, but under tho pnueurao of. wld, Surra, iVvtrr Nuva, Uliera, llulla, Cures Cuixin, ot Cim.y, premium a red and will mora thau likely get a or a cold will not wltlu thvrv. Twenty Uro li'iiilliinnu, fknlil hoi. Un atlni,iinl .hII...... Curui, Old Bllu Kruflloiu. Ileal 11U ture uu lilunt. so much welcht. thn nliu. nl iJiit., ...,: Theodore all earth. In which he told of nor reliance on tbo Duly 23 tta. a box. Curt guarautwd. tvld by bonus lull to rise no more. W&alll n- und certificate. blue today. cuuts at l'iuuy Drug Store. tend sympathy. icuuy, uruui. M.43 cuo Kx-Oo- m I HA HATS HATS I. t. ! Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats4, Stetson Hetts H. !! J. M'ROBERTS.. e Good Values At Cheap Price ! nhni $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $..50. -- pre-miu- lid ...-t-- um; ,ri7' I We Need The Cash THB GLOBE, J. L. Frohman Co., 'Phone 136, DanreflSte. Tll-erfo- rd, ". LOOK ! cattle ,v.. I It jt .n.. et I - New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines.. Eldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. S I I '"' & McKENNBYl pkeacheksville:. ' '' I jhttk fe.kto 111 .I dayn-wIU- uot ti Sti-ous- 1 on, - W KP, .'. -- 'JiTXuti''1 ,J. ifttaWm'r Ci.uMlt.rifc n.n, V- ... JWn Mfin ITT r f " i mn ivn ernnr tin vaLnriu AiTU vivuni A Now York dispatch say TllK Adair County Newt, whloh was rious compressed air pjwer companies for Hardin, Is cluing yeoman lorvlco Thrco sows and shostx for sale. K. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL for Goobcl nnd tho domocrrulc ticket. aro to bo combined in one, with $100,- - II. Beazlov, Uro. Harris Is tbo kind of n democrat 000,000 capital. Lot Southdown bucks, good ones for Kmmott Jackson, of uayton, ionn., salo. W. W. Lyon, Ml. Salem. to tlo to. , n. mhlied. murdered and his body Stanford. Ky.. July 28, 1S99 Two thoioughbred red bull calves for P0LTIC5. POLITICIANSANO placed on tho railroad track, whero it sale. Richard Bibb, Turnersvlllo. was mangled by a train. yearling stoor. R. Fou S.W.K.- -U W. P. WALTON. Kansas City offers WO.O00 and a nice Tho cstato on which tho famous lakes II. nnd W. H. Pcttus, Gilberts Crcok. Nanew auditorium for the democratic situated, has been of Klllarney aro John Wilson bought In Cusoy and tional convention, bought by A. O. Pock, of Cohocs Falls, Adair a bunch of nged m itlcs nt $70 to county democrat will hold a N. Y., for 8183,000. Fayetto DEMOCRATIC $100. meeting next week to orgonlzo for on Seventy men wcro entombed In a Fair nt Danville. Throo dnvs, begin aggresslvo campaign. Tor (loTftnor, mine at Grindstone, Pa., by firo damp 30th. Big (10F.IIKI. the v. t. sonaior-shi- p explosion. Two wero taken out uoati ning Wednesday, Aug Gov. Mcuaurln ha WII.MAM premium list. Y'ot Llfiilf nxnt (lorrnor. of Mississippi nailed down, having and two others will die. R. II, Crow delivered to John JohnJ. C W. 1IKCKHAM. three times as many votes as Private Tho government will erect n build son this wcok 43 hogs, 255 podmls, For Attotiifj lmerI, Allen. plant at Manila. K.J. IIUKCKINillIHIK. intt fnr n. refrle-erato- r John Mcloan was defeated forronora- - Tho building will cost $230,000 and tho average, at 3 (15, I or AtMltor, Powell It Harper sold to Allen Ic tll'SO rOUI.TKK. Inntlon for representative In Calloway plant nnd machinery $100,000. Wilkinson a lot of 13 wuinl hogs nt fur Trnfiirrr, Calloway for Senator and Utley carries President McKlnley at tho last .'lie nnd sold to Mnttlngly, of Mnrlon, u 8. W. HAOF.lt. over Sims and Gilbert. For Srelrjvl SWe, Whim House reception broko the hand saddlo horsa for $100. lllt.f.-KuTho populist conventions in C. IIKECK shaking record by greeting 4,310 per W. W. Lyon bought of D. C. Allen SurlntfnJnt of Piilific Instruction. Ballard and Carlisle counties sons In an hour und 4. minutes. ItAURY JKTHrMEY. and L. C. Dunn 100 No I ewes at$i.40, Not one iloll.ir's worth wilt lxj mtrieil over If my I'll rot will move them have Instructed for Hon. nud Hecvcs, of Statistics show that the citizens For Conimllonrr of Ajrrlrwltiire, and sold to various purtles a lot of of Ballard county, for Governor. NAM-- lr IOV Unwllni? Green consumo 1,20,000 glass Southdown bucks at $10. llallruvl ConuiiMsntr, Kdltor Hock, of the Ulchmond es of beer during tho year and this has John Popples sold to R. L. Hubble C. (' M'CHOUll. appeals to the bolters thus: led to talk of starting a brewery thero. his splendid pair of four-- year-ol- d inaro back I Tho role of a bolter Is, "Come Tor IlfjirewnUtlTe, Tho body of Robert G. Ingersoll will JI. F. XOl'.Tlf. at best, an unpleasant one. We've been bo cremated nt Fresh Pond, L. I.Threo mules n- Madcllno Pollard and Pearl Bryn- for $300. They weighed 2.S00 thnr'" hundred letters of sympathy wero re- pounds. Oxfords, Lndlcs' and Men's Kiiriillilng !h.1. Carpets, Mulling, Ac, will lx marknominees selected A (mm thorough search, but one THE democratic ceived by the family at Dobbs Ferry Col John T. Hughes, of Fayette Sale.' Notice a few of thn )Urnlm we aic ollerlng ed down fur the SUiij-liIr- r Senator Blackburn chairman of the democrat, or one claiming to be a dem- - Wednesday. county, sold to Mr. Alsop, of Pittsburg, campaign commltteo at their meeting ocrat, was found in Lewis county who Admiral Dewey has died suit as i'a., a pair dark brown gelding. 1(1 in Fraukfort Tuesday, with Gov. would not support Goebei. "JSiitnnier coret marked down lo -- lc J Cnlim. .1 to 6c at Washington to recover the hands high, for $1,000. One of them to scoff, and Dr. Clardy members from 10 pirre. of Dimity worth 10 go fur iV. Like the sinner who "enmo men of has a mile l,ict curtains, Myd. long, worth "Sgo prize money due him and the record of 2:3tt. and two from each but remained to pray," that meeting of the 10 piece of I'l'ipic worth 13, go for life now.'nt I'.k' ' r his licet at Manila for tho vesols sunk solid Ono hundred nud twenty-fivCongressional district. Tho campaign Owon pountv democrats indorsed tno Iftc orgkndiei go now for 10c. tholr by them. I.scu curtains, 3 yds loiif, worth II X, car loads of leaf tobacco In hogsheads, Is to be inaugurated In two weeks In a ticket it was meant to ropudiato. Tho .1c ?c jrrlin, as long m it Llovd Tovls, who died In San Fran go now nt Tie. uml declined for big meeting to be hold, perhaps In democracy of "Sweet Owen" Is not of cisco Tuesday night, went West from weighing 2,225,000 " To 10c Pensa-col- u, 00 pair of men's pants only 33c oxxrt to foreign lorts through on the the souring kind. Loulsvlllo Times. Mayficld, and from taat time shirt wrnitt worth 7.V, now 4c Shelby county In the 'o0s and grew up aro at Montgomery. II ya knee pants 10c domocrats will force tho fighting. Kach The Georgetown Times thinks It is with the, country, leaving an estate One lot of worsted sklru, long n they W. II. Jennins, of Toxa, tia pur last, c 2 county will be organized by Hchool dis love's labor lost to crltlclso the repub lo IMg lot of men's ih'kIIk'o shirt $20,000,000. cbacd from u firm of Muskogee, 12,000 railroad man worth tricts, and It will be tho most pericct licans for nominating a &M Muslin skirts worth 7fi, go now nt I So close. which ended on Juno beef cattle, tbo prlco being $150,000. Thn fleal vear. organization over known In Kentucky. for commissioner of agriculture as ho HO, last, shows n balance of trado In sultis nt ltcd Inlilijlinpn milked down to IJW A big l"t of soft front ilrc This Is tbu lamest cuttle trunacllon following will compile the cam- will never have a chance to tell tho The Mcn'a Mnen suit, marled dawn ti $1.75 IS a in) o.kcT They nte cheap nt 75o r I d of tho United States of So.iO.JOO, favor paign book to bo Issued In a few weeks; farmers In an otllclal way what ho does KIT. as compared with $015,4:12,07(1 In mado this ycur in llm Indian Territory. One lot of turn's linen lists marked 11.00 Thomas Metcalf, of Jessamine, sold down J. C. S. Blackburn, chairman: William not know about farming. to ll'c MenVlllk. Clay suit murktsl down ;.o the tlscal year 1S9S. & Wilhis farm of 227 acies to Jewell Grayot, William Cromwell, Pat McMen's silk (intuited iimler only 15c When It was suggested that he might Louisville, has liams, of Mercer, at $70 peraere. Robt. MUs Enid Yandoll. of Donald and Kobert Franklin. Senator DO a compromise candldato tor gov , .. Sqe won in McAlistcr, of same county, told to same .. crninoQ mora niru uuuun ir c i).. Blackburn says he Is hot for tho fray The content for "a design for a fountain pjrtlus his farm of 250 acres ut $72 un Sector to handle tho bolters withand Intends ivniMonre. R. I., over competitors aero. out gloves. He wilt make the most nnnhpl. I know hlra. and, therefore, country. J. S. Collins, as agent for Hathaway earnest and active campaign of his life am for hlra. I had rather see him gov- from nil over tho I c..t,vi.. rlntlnf the result of th10 " Co., of Boston, Mass., hlpcd Frl-d- y . says he docs not doubt the success ernor than to bo governor myself. Such ( and and si X over tho Loulsvlllo .t Atlantic. 320 of the democratic ticket from top to a man Is needed. Ho would make an Qirent strike at Cleveland 1,250 wero Injured by an explosion o f tlno export cattle, averaging people And summer coiels, ladies trimmed halt tuiitled doa n lo prices that will move bottom. TehrpaDbHc.n. selected Treasurer nitroglycerine placed under a track. pounds. The entire lot was bought In them. this county at 4i und 5c, muklngu total Tun bolters held a meeting at Li- r.. V. Loni as chairman of their cam Tho troops have beon called out. A nenrila woman who ollcrcd s.ahj value of near $20,000, and It required a Tuesday night brary Hall In Loulsvlllo palgn committee, with S. J. Pugh and rnumnl fnr the slaver of her son didn't special train of 10 cars to and had W. II. Sweeney, Hardin's canJ. F. Buckner members. 1 he commit want to pay It. when It was found that them. Richmond Register. tra.isort didate for temporary chairman, as Its , , was authorized to appoint an advis A new association has been organized principal speaker, and he, If possible, ccconslst must do , so . . nt Danville for tho purpose of giving an made a bigger ass of himself than usiiinromn court said sho .. The Chcaeil Hotl'o in Town members from each Congressional dls tJliernieai fair this year on the old Tho Vlrclnla-Carolln- a ual. He raved and tore his shirt In his trict. Loulsvlllo was selected as tho Company, which owns plants in various ftlr grounds near that city, Aug. ' denunciation of Goebei and fairly raado & headquarters of the committee. parts of the South, havo authorized me 3'Jlh, 31st, und Sept. 1st. Tho prcra the gallery gods go wild with delight Editor Hudson, of the Puthllndcr. at T.I). IUNKY, Mnnaiter. of tho capital stock of that lum list, which is a largo and vawhen he said that if Stone should shoot Barbourvllle, announces that ho has Increase inGoebei he would aim at his head, concern from S12,00u,(00 to $2,000,000. ried one, pays usioclal attention Branch stores nl KlIxnbethlown.JKIkton, Oweniniro, fclte'by vlllr, Versailles, Htrdv changed his politics and will remain n,iiv nbout 40 friends of tho famllv to roadster and saddle stock, but has town, IIopklnstrlllF, MadisoiiTllle, Morcsnfield. (ieorgtiltiun Ky , Clarksrllle, Tcnn. stead of his coat of mall. The Itev. (until Goebel's or Taylor's Coleman, who opened the democratic neutral wero present at the funeral of the late premiums for all other classes of the ) His change is not our convention with prayer and who after- check arrives G. Ingersoll and the only ser- stock. our gain, and If tho republi- Robert wards bad a fight with a policeman, loss, but vices consisted of reading from Col. In- willing to take him up, they MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. gcssoll' writings by John Clark RtdT attempted to speak, and was advised by cans aro ! l 2KcsVi!r VEavHav MSSi' yWll may havo him and his "darned old an irreverent hearer to "give 'era path and others. A divorce was grunted to Mr. G. R. sheet' too. London Kentucklan. III At. flileairn Mrs Augusta Stylcs.wbo h 1," but retired after saying, "I I In llie Homo wlmt J '"y If over a man has had to fight his killed her mother, was acquitted by a Duvull In the Owen circuit court, from already." Resocan't, tbey have h his wife, Krba T. Duvull, say tho though way, not only in politics, but provocation lutions denouncing Goebei and the jury which held that tho Democrat. This is tho third diman Goobel is ho. His The old woman told Mrs. vorce given the defendant before sl.o convention and favoring a his life, this Illustration of was ample. third ticket were adopted and tho career is a magnificent Styles' daughter scandalous stories wus 21 years old. Shu is now living I to tin Man. A co.ilof uicu I'alnt wilt of brains, energy and add as lunch to the apiH'nratiee of your squealers lilted themselves out of the tho possibilities about her mother. i county, with husband No. 1, u soldier in the integrity that combination which Indwclllns as s New Hint will mid to yours. Jess Adams, of Lawrence hall by the seats ol their breeches und V nell tliu Itett iirand of sures success In every lino of endeavor. overheard his wife planning with her United States army. hunted their holes in the slums. Charles R. Carson, one of tho clever From a bare footed llttlo newsboy to paramour to elope. Adams pulled a of was married at tho A Gov. John Youno Ukown says ho the governorship of his State is a Ion pistol, killed his wife and snot nimscn, est men Casey, Hot'.-- ! in Danville Tuesday, will accept the bolters' nomination for stride forward, but every Inch of this Indicting wounds from which he died a Clemmcns Come lo See IV. to Miss Kmnia Duncan, of West Virgovernor and make the supremo effort way has been honestly won, and today few hours later. ginia, Rev. Savage, of tliu Methodist of his life, but if that etfort be crowned in tho hour of his triumph Goetiel can Mrs. Chloo Gaddy, of Taylor county, ceremony. Tho with as signal failure as his etfort to havo tho satisfaction of feeling that it had a successful operation performed church, performing tbo hundsomu and break Into Congress from tho 5th dis- is all due to himself, and himself alono on ber eyes. Cataracts an eighth ol an bride Is said to be both accomplished, wblio everybody who trict, even the populist candldato need Atlanta Constitution. inch thick, wero removed and her eyegroom likes him. Tho not fear him. A bitter enemy of Gen. William McKlnley is tho weakest of sight Is now perf ecu She bad not seen knows the JOUUNAL, whoo friend be is, Gov. Brown supported Goebei American presidents slnco Jas. Buch- any for three years. Hardin, extends heartiest congratulations to because be thought hlra the best man anan. Avoidance of responsibility, A Manila dispatch by way oi tiong Carson und bis bonny brhlo and Tho palntinc soasonliH here. We wi.lt lo call yournttention to the fact ,'lliitt we to down him with, and when tho dead- timidity, tho complete domination of ICon?. savs 3.000 American soldier aro Mr. wishes them a long life of unalloyed keep the Itesl lteady Mixed 1'ainl', Oil., f4ruUtics, Ilrunliei, Ac , in the limrktl. nat- politics and an opportunism that has lock camo he thought ho was tho In hospitals and many men on duty aro ural legatee of Goebei and so made ov mado anything like a definite, policy unlit for service. Oils has disapproved happiness. crtures for him to nominate him. Goo-be- l impossible have thus far been the tho recommendation of Chief Surgeon COrUIIEI) Si YEAIi. couldn't see it that way and ever marks of William McKlnley' adminis- Woodhull for more doctors. Our line of Toilet Articles, Mich aTn3ih Ilriulii'8 Hair Jlirusliei, JComln, Soap., I suffered S3 yearn with a cough, and people and oljtlie very best ipmlity. urn) Ac , is complete, since Brown has been nursing a 6oro. tration. Whether or not tho William Cagle, a prominent church pent hundred uf Uollurs with doctor PRESCRIPTIONS carefully co iipotind?d frotti tho'I'urett and ilesl drug oQ His decision surprises and roortlQes his like this sort of administration will bo worker, worth $30,000. was arrested in fur medicine lo no urull until I utetl lir. 1'rices reasonable. Wu 6olkli;oir pationage. Tills remedy tainablu l 1CMU9, WUU tUUUUb UU U3 IUUI U Ul M seen next year, but It Is entirely safe to Mooroe county, Tenn., charged with Hell's man and a democrat than to bolt, much sav that without the aid of the patriot- running a moonshine distillery. Otll- - makes ueuk lunpi strong. It tins suvixl my II. Itosell. Orantiiuurff. 111. ! less want to head the bolt. lo impulse which has been aroused by cers destroyed over 6,000 gallons of IKo. J. & McKlnley would have th war Mr. was u teacher Juljr III. Ownrr Ho (mm to That old back number, T. H. Hays, found himself not only the weakest but h..er from his still. Ho deacon In tho Mrvp ItatiKFl him injr III m mil ly nUU. hl in tho Sunday school and ami IliU nutlc. Juhn II. of Louisville, who Is only well bred on tho most unpopular ol president. paylnufur ooob'o"b'o I'rekclitriTllIe, Ky. Baptist church. his wife's side, having gotten the g. b. Rochester Herald. Locomotive Sraoko Preventing Th from Crlpps Beckham, was among the Company has been Incorporated at Do bolters at Bowling Green, offering himBRIEF NEWS NOTATION. ver, Del., with $H,OUO,000 capital siock self for any kind of an old otllco from any W. A. BEAZLEY, It takes $1,050,000 to pay Kentucky fnr thn imrnosa of manufacturing and kind of an old thing. The mago shows pensioner this quarter. acquiring patents and Inventions for GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. by bis action that the democratic conThe season's gold output In tho Klon- the prevention of smoko Irons locomovention mado no mlstako In turning dike region may reach 20,000,000. tives and to produce more economical Pplendld Accommodations, him down for lieutenant covernnr. o Close to Depot and Sulphur Well. Rose Coghlan, tho actress, has taken results In tho consumption of coal. Kcady Mixed l'aluts for all 1'urpoies. 12 Kutes Iteunonutile, Fine Water. o & Serpeli, of Loulsvlllo, Isn't such a bad man af- the bankrupt law with 120,8:1ft' liabiliShanahan John Rhka to build ter all, oven if be did join tho tin horn ties and but $2ir assets. havo been awarded a contract political band for a day. Ho 1 going Policeman Thomas A. Potter, at 10 miles of tho Greenbrier rlvqr railO O on the raging stump for tho democrat Howling Green, shot and killed Henry road, from Caldwell to Washington Sold fo- - tl o I.OWKST OAHII Prices. lo ticket and his stentorian voice and Myers, a Negro chicken thief. W. Va. Tbo entire road will bo CO rugged oratory will 09 worth many Manila ants ate $300,000 of United mile long and will bo a branch of tho votes to It. States currency recently, and only gold C. & O. It will run through Marble 1. coin is sent to the Philippines now. Hill quarries, which furnish line mar-bi31, Ada GitAY,who used to thrill theatre and are to b extensively developA Negro who attempted to assault a goer a third of a century ago with her white woman was tied to a tree and ed. I - Louisville Store. TICKET. Clearance Sale Of Summer Goods. r We are determined to get rid of every piece of Spring and Summer Goods. II- - Ueg-Iste- r, Clothiijg, Dry Goods, Shoes, Mc-Cre- State-at-Lar- go e .tl, . ptrres7nder.Ta,;or ... ... Big Line of Lace Curtains, Shirt Waists, Corset Covers .... S The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY t"- CO.,Proprietors. I 1 Cyn-tbla- wlmr7rxcV PAINT -- CLOTHING1 - WlSE.Di7 Paints, Lends And Oils. Penny's Drug Store. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes1 &c. TOILET ARTICLES! ' I !e CRAIG HOOKER. k- - ooooooooooooo'oooo ooo'oo o'oooooo BEHZLEY HOTEL, Pror., f I o q White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. - f Danville Fair, Auust 30, Sept. Wall Paper and Alabastine o, l o ooooooo'ooooooooooooooooooooooopooooo Cypress ShinglcHIron Fence. 1 o llw IP I plaintive "Then You'll Remember riddled with bullets near Pcrklnston, Me" in East Lynne, I dying at New Miss. York of cancer, and hor friends of tho ,, ( d ..... . '.. 1inlllm TTo1.ii. nt YVIlllnmaniit. I liHlVIl W. ...... ,.. In utlinn ho fminil -- tAmntw1 long ago, sorrow over her misfortune. that his wife had presented him with Gov. BltOWN's determination to ao-- twins. cept tho bolter' nomination for goy- -l Fred Palmer, aged 20 years, died of croor. knocks Billy Owens' aspirations oinsumntlon two hours after the expl Into a cocked bat. I'oor fellow, bo has ration of his term in the Jefforsonvlllo a falling for getting left and of making Reformatory, a botch ol everything bo attempts. TwoG. A. R. men at Morrlstown, Tonn.,quarrolodoverSecretary Alger's IT is said that Gov. Bradley will call resignation and one stabbed the other, an extra session of the Legislature to norhmu fatallv. A trolley railroad is' being built to have the GoobM bill repealed, but his experience with it at the last session tno pyraminu ana uoiore tno iaii roses will doubtless make him think a long laae, travelers win near tun suuut, time before doing bo. "All aboard for the Pyramids." 111 --.1 tho OOlV BUfVaV HOADSTEItS, SADDLERS, or of a party of 17 which left Port CATTLE, MULES, HOGS, WJi, for KoUebu Townsend.Junell, JACK STOCK, SHEEP, ETC. Sound. All tho party died of scurvy rlait San Francisco from Alaska. One of hor passengers I Mr. II. W. Bens, of fMfV Tho steamer Bertha has arrived at K"v.. wtlO Id $1,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. roit A.C.SINE, MctnJ Roofing. ( STANFORD, Ky.u m Work. nYcoiit Mr. Bens, who found her way out of tbo wilderness after much sickness and suffering. Tho steamer brought about $1,000,000 In gold. WEAK KVESA III MADE D'.tc STIIONU, Premiums 9IO.OO to CAKE WALKS, MULE RACES, 9IIO- - A WORD TO THE PATKONS OF FANCY TURNOUTS. vj.lou made clear, stye removed und gianulated lids or sore eje of any kind ... J .......1 I... .t.- - HOI. .. IWeUllJ UDU VUWUaitj UUIVU U .U U.V VI gutherUua Kugiti byo euive. us put up For la tubes, and sold on a guarantee. iln ut Penny's Drug Btort , l.. PINE MILITARY BAND. SEND KOIl OATALOOUE TO Stanford Female College. II you hftve not alloady Paid your Tuition Bills, please 'call Mrs. Hiutley at tho Colas soon as convenient and pay the amount. We are In pressing need of money. H. C. BRIGHT, Secy. WILLIAM SHELTON, PrcHldcut. Jt 4ml i - rjti sa itmmmmtm - j '0B Sai.b Mr property on Main FULL lino Hardware at Wurrcn fi MT, VERNON. Fifteen dny Kxcumlnn to Street occupied by T.D.Ilanoy. Mr. Shnnks. . . Wo want tho new railroad. Citizens Kate Ditddorar. Nick, fresh lino of candle jiut wako up. f1in iiiM ii1i k m.An .. .......i .. Judge McClure visited Parksvlllo. utGcortfn II. Farrli'. STANFORD. KY., jur. 28, I8Q9 day n wo havo nlrcmly Invoiced. Sv James Croucher Is In from Lexington. i Hooks nnd supplies for tho public " 'loranro ft Sons. Tho Mt. Vernon boys who lately lv'j I schools nt W. II. McltoborU'. were assigned to .'list Vol. Infan-trK. C. Walton, Dumnkwi Manaukr. " Hound trip ticket will bo void to . nT"T; AUGUST T,,K iNTKItlOtt JOCIl- k ltlPlnnnn.1 nn ,vnn. ..f th. A...,. Applicants for teachers' certificates only 1 a year cash. Itomembcr VII .i..rnin., ah, .. .. Soda Watch, Ico cold, pure and I I innln.lv... MICHIGAN CENTRAL RYS THE wore not numerous at examination last Hint. most refreshing ut 1'cnny'tiDruir Store. furo. week. if onnetlng lines will sell rlalhls Houto ) F.MIM of 160 acres for suto privately, t r TllK best mntorlnls combined with rr.iM fi..,.i.i .i....! Rev. Donald McDonald preached nt ,.n -,, sc.uu,, .ro,. ... f,k Hound trip from Cincinnati. SO. DO ad,mrchR,cr. J tho Presbyterian euro, skill mid accuracy Insure- good Hughe principal, and Mis MyrtloL,,.0SSCM,on ,lven t(J church recently and results. No other tnoitiodt oro uvur .Mcuiary. i:xr. ditional to tho TlioiMsncI Inlands SI to To attended to the college Interests. used In our prescription work. Penny' Hughci assistant, hn lift puplU en Murray's crusher, which has been ronto. Kbgnnl Spec al Trains Unit; Store, rolled. Foit Sale. - My two vtory frnmo resPlenty of Knom For Sleeping Fat Time. idence, with tlx acres of ground, on cut located near Pino Hill for sonto years, car reservations or information of any kind, npply to your nearest O. II. ft I). ngent. The L .V, N. will sell round-tri- p PERSONAL AM SOCIETY GOSSIP. has been moved to Clamont on Hards-tow- n D. 0. ZDWAED3,P4.H3gor 7nf2: Manager, Cincinnati, 0. oil plko. Mrs. D. W. Vanduveer. tickets to Nlagarn Fulls for the 2:lu A . liranch. Mits. r.D Nk lis l back from a visit M. train Aug. 8th at 910 M, by way C. Chicken Feed. Flvo bushuls of Felix Mink, aged 73, was shotthrough to her parent In Marlon. II. & I) , good returning Aug. chicken feed screenings foronly $1 at tho head Wedi oday on Skaggs MiCi.aiiy It rutting Creek Mibh 8tki.ua J II. Uaughman & Co's. mill, Stan by young Abo Summ In an altercation IllUlt In mini that tho Casey County Lt Flat l.lck, Knox county. ford. over some timber. S. P. STAtio went down to Shelby Fair will bo bold next week, commencStop at thu St. Asaph Hotel where uugn Miller left yesterday for Aus ing Tuesday and Instlng three days. i county jestorday on buMnos. This Linen Suit" I g.it It nt .Tamos Frye's He lias cut the price on .s tin, Texas, to bring to Kentucky hi accommodations. IlBV. S. M. JUNIUS- - left Tuesday to gootl show of stock nnd Interesting joti can get thce 3 Suits Id fJ.BO. He has some races aro promlaed and there nro many Splendid samplo rooms and baggage brother, M. C Miller, who is suiferloe join hi wlfo In North Carolina. with nervous prostration. bed for reasons why It will bo to jour Interest transferred free of chargo Till: editor hn been sick In Owing to no appropriation having to he two dajs, threatened with furer. Till: dally gotten out by Messrs. been miido for ballast Mkhdamp-- s O. J. Chow and J. T. this year tho nnd he Is A KPIHIAI. train will bo run from Keller ft HulTman was a decided sucIlockerarcat Crab Orchard Spring. Stanford to Itiohinond Aug. '2, leaving cess and was greatly appreciated by crushers are running very Irregularly und that 011 non allowances. Miss Mautha McGvrrv has return- at a. M., on account of tho61,000tuko all who wore Interested In tho fair. Lt. Sam Lewis mado a bad record ed from n threo week' visit In I'ulaskl. And gives you a clinnce on thnt fine Sowing Machine with cvoy $1 I.ll.l.Altl) returned from for eaddle stallions, mare or gelding. lll'HHANl): I (Iccluro wtto 11 li a one uay Hint week, but not In war, by MisaSAliiK One faro for tho round-tri- p wortli you buy. That's the placo to trtde, Sure. from all pleasure to go Into Warren ,t Shanks' some mean he got too near a freight Danville yesterday, after n protracted stations en mute. V store, when I go to town. They keep train and received painful Injuries. islt. Freight engine, No. 7!K), with coarse Mil A K. SltKItltllX, of Saultbury, HmiUITINU stations have been open- their stock of Hardware, Groceries, I N C . I vUltlni! President Jamo ed by Lt. Johnston nt Lexington, Soin-ors- (uocnwnrc etc , so nice and clean and whistle, often causes lively foot races Harper and Helenwood, Tenn., where u they nro so ki1IIo nnd nttentie to their by our citizens, who think it is tho l, passenger train, on which they wish to Miss l'i.onr.NCK Kppiiiison, of chance will bo given tho-u- i patriotical- customers. leave. U the guest of Mr. and Mr. W. ly Inclined to join the regular army. The rain didn't seem to Interfere r. Kruegernnd R A. Welsh left last Wnrren. Apply to him at cither of the places. mn with the plans of tho young peo-- night with 15 more hands for Uyden to I)H J M. Uiios'AL'Oll, of Lexington, . lor eomo ,Ti or 10 couple attended work on the new rourt-hounnd other spent several day with hi parent nt Snakhs. Mr. A IJ. McKlnney, of MeKlnney, killed .'II snake with a sin ti party Tuesday night at thu coun-1- building which will require two years Crab Orchard. v home of Mr. John F. Cash, given to complete t LlTTt.i: Nan Denton and Margaret glo stroke tho other day. Ho chopped . very-latesThe call for volunteers was resond-e- d Jamev. of Lexington, nro visiting MUi a big garter anako's head oil und out of In honor of bis daughter, Miss Roberta It crawled .'lOllttlo ones. At this rale Cush, and Kttii Belle Cloyd. livery to by Messrs. Harris White, George Ilruco Wcaren. Mit. John - Kay, of Itlchmond, how long would It take to kill out tho body was made to havo a good time and Pennington and Robert Williams. tho nlqo refreshments were heartily Others wished to go, but failed to pas. vpent lovcral day with hi pretty crop In L'ncoln count)? enjoyed after tho fun of securing part- Those who were In 10 Pieces Fall Style Imported Crepons wecthearl here. tho army are conTHE Mers Ilouao I closed for thu L'O Pieces Swell l'lald Novelties for Skirts. Miss Nannik Watson began teach-Iri- j; prevent Mr. M. C. llurnaldo having ners to lt. This was done by matching tent to enjoy the pleasures of homo. Mrs, George Grlllln and Miss Maggie Monday decided to use it a a private home for animals, forms of which had been cut New Itibbon, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Glotes. at Coffey ' School-hous- e in two und distributed among tho belles and him 21 pupil. awhile. Sbo will rent some of the and benu.x. It was past 1 before thu Walters havo returned from a visit to I'l'.isburg. Jumes Lcavell, of Garrard, Mil Al. Ixivhix and wife, of Somcr-ve- t, room to good tenants. Thu man, party broke up, ufter exprcilng their uro visiting Mr. nnd Mr. Charlie iis hero Wednesday. Mrs. R.C. Wudc, of Now Richmond, O., who hearty thank to tho sweet llttlo hos of Livingston, was hero last week. Rev. Lorcll and family. rented It, ha failed to materialize. tesses. Henry Mill preached here Wednesday MltS J, K LYNN returned WednesWe would .iy this will bo your opportunity for the very cream of tho market Mil. C L. IloWEM., of LouUvlllc, night. u Jollghtful vl.ll to relative. day from NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. In summer Dres Goods we have added new law n, satecn, figured 6wi, all over who makes n specialty of descriptive Mrs, James Marct I visiting friends In Missouri and Kansas , Mlts. J W Mr. W. II writing of towns, has contracted with Oh en Newby, of Madison, aged 50, Is In Doyle county. Mrs. Georgia Rice, Kmbroiderlcs, Edges and Insertions. Charloy Davis, Misses Alza Logan Hlggln and Mis Annlu Alcorn wunt tho INTEIIIOU JOUHNAI. to get OUt It dead Judge J. F Neal, of Hell, died at Brown and Mary and Jael Colyer, Mrs. trade edition of 0,000 coplcv, to bo isto Louisville Wednesday. Georgo Gentry and" daughters, Klder Still continues nil low cut goods go nt manufacturer's cost. All of our fancy piques C K. SHACKKWOitP, of IUchmond, sued as soon a he gets up the matter. Pinevllle after u long Illness. Daniel Sommer will preach at court- Carmlcal und daughter, Miss Sullle, in figured, stripe and solid colors go nt Sets per yard, some of these weru 25cts. wn hco between train yesterday re- Tho edition will bo profusely Hlustrat-e- d ec.loe our Mock of Filos ilk at 2cts per fkein, all good colors nnd plenty of and contain not less thnn (id columns. house Sunday at 11 A. M , .'I P. M and attended the centennial celebration of turning from Llnnicitii Spring. 7: 15 p. M. Flat Rock church In Pulaski county them. Mtss Jr.NNlK Pknck will entertain A Lancasteu man was considerably Riders Livingston and Daughertco's last Sunday. Tho rain intcrferred, but Friday evening In honor of hor pretty taken down when In Now York City meeting at Pino Grovo continues with u large crowd guest, Miss Essie Kldd, of Louisville. some tlmo attended tho interesting since. He asked for a ticket II additions. services, led by Rev. Borum, of Miih. Die. I. S. Wksi.kv, of Ijineas- back homo and to his surprise the Daniel Uorton was shot and mortally ter, pasted through here yestcrduy en agent told him there wn no such place Charlie McKenzle, John Baker, Conn route to Mlddlcburg to visit relative. us Lancaster that bo ever heard of or wounded by James Whltlock, both re siding near Ruywlck, Marlon county. Bronn, Joo Smith, Harve IlniiKitT and Cautku Ixjan, of Cromcr.Tora bis map showed, but ho would Thoy fell out over soino land. that Gentry, Hill Prowitt, Hob White, VicLouis Hie, who havu been visiting Mr. gladly sell him one to Stanford. Tho Inspector Lester reports that tho tor Tate, Jesso Tyrce and Clay Gentry, and Mr. 1M Carter, havu returned gentleman from 3 Garrard's booming Uaker-Hownfeud In Cluy county Is boys, ranging in ago from 11 to 17, were home. capital hasn't gotten over it yet nnd ut rest for tho present, since tho killing arrested by Town Marshal McClure, 'ifc Mil. AND Mils. H. C. At.LUN and von, probably never will, while New York of the Raker leader, and that no special Tuesday, charged with jumping on and Mlko Saulley, of Harrodsburg, are the merchants will never veil another term of tho circuit court ut Manchester oil trains. Judge Fish fined each 81 guest of Mr. Klla F. Koae, near llrm wfillo time lasts. will bo needed. and costs, which umounted to $4.50. In their examining nt Manches- The first three named paid up. others Attounky Jok K. Hoiiinson, of (Junius -DesdcmonlaGrubbs, ter George and Pelo PhllK)t, who fig- replevied aud Mr. six of them went to the Iancaator, wui on yesterday' train wlfo of Squire W. K. Grubbs, died ured In tho bloody buttle with tho rock pile to pay bound for llcnult, Ml., to siwnd cv- for their rides. Thursday morning after sulTerlng for Grllllns, were acquitted, tho accused j A letter from Valley City, N. D., to eral week. over a month. Lung nnd heart trouble making out a clear caso of and Will tho Signal, at this place, gives un acMkssim. Woods Wai.KKU caused her death. Shu leaves fivo chil- Tho case against Green Grlllln us Doty, of (Jarrard, are with Lewi I. count of tho killing of Thomas Capps, dren Prof. 1C. L. Grubbs, of Shelby continued until Aug. I. ot Rockcastle, In tho Wells Hotel, of g5 Doty at hi bachelor' hall during tho City, Mrs. K, T. Uoazloy, of this place, Llttlo MU Mary Addlo Hendricks, that place, by John Hedge, u companHuatonvlllo fair. Lt. II. Y. Grubbs, Prc.ldlo Camp, Sau daughter of John D. Hendricks, Is a ion, in whoso company bo hud gone to Mil. I). W DUNN, wlfo and daug- Francisco, Miss Uertha V. Grubbs and wonderful freak of nature. She ha no Misses Mary und Cyrena, of Danuuej- - viiv. it is uiicgeu that In a hter, T. Grubbs, of Shelby City arms, but yet sue writes well and can DoWlttC. game of poker Capps had won thomon ville, nro visiting tliu families of M. S. Tho funeral will bo preached by Rev. pick a banjo with hor toes. Sbo has u ey and Hedge shot him, locked their and J. W. Uaughman. Rcton 2 the Junction City Manluy W. Tykkk and chil- p. M. alFriday. Iiurlul in church at bright mind, and, though only III years room door and disappeared. Thomas Miis. Ilolloviow j Is dren, of Louisville, who havo lccn Cemetery, Danville. Deceased was the old, she In the fourth gradeat school, Capps is a son of Rev. W. G. Capps, of visiting relative hero for several da), daughter of Huydon R. and Marvhn1 D. She Is of slender build and limps In her Urodheud. A telegram to chief of wulk, but Is neat und tidy and has a Police of Vulloy City, asking if anyone returned homo yesterday. Young, and was 48 years of age. handsomo face. Somerset Paragon. had been killed there-durlnIlYitl) GlVKNB will entertain at July, was mttn nminniripi TniinitiT K MHH NTKH KNA ' 3 - n-- Niagara Falls TUESDAY, 8. y. ti flr Twlco-a-Wcc- ' C. H. & D. I .- - ul ONLY 7 mm 2-- WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? flrvl-cln- prent Nice Crash Suits For $2. M a Closing Out His Straw And Linen Hats JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. ct Pu-laik- t. pi so 1 They are Here Fresh from the market and importation. GOODS. I- ... Fltz-patric- FOR EARLY BUYERS OF DRESS AlX-oitN- OUR MARK DOWN SALE ON SHOES. JOHN P. JONES. rd LAST CALL. 1 Lan-ciut- er trll TUESDA Y.AUG. 1 a Miss her beautiful country liorce, "Hleh-lund,- " In honor of Misses Surber, and Fowytho Tucsduy uvonlng, Aug I. Mil. LKWIS KOSSKI.L, of the section, ha been very lck und his daughter, Mr. A. H. Gibbons, of Danville, ha been attending hi bedside. M. F. KLIC1N was elected supremo entlnol of tho Maccabees of tho world In session at Port Huron, Mich., which puts him In lino for lupromo comman1,000 a year. der which pa Missus Tkvis anii Mamie Wilson CAltPKNTElt returned yesterday from Iho houso party given by Miss Lula Illshop Weaver ot North Mlddletown. They rcort a delightful timo. Mit. and Mits. John Thomas Cuh-Ticounty, paronts ol of Lincoln Messrs. Fred und Jack Curtis, will remove to Somerset within a fow day. to make their homo near their children. Somerset welcomes them and all llko unto them. Paragon. Car-lents, er lo going to Voto for Goobcl this j ear and Ilrynn next year, If ho Is nominated," said Mr. J. H. to us tho other day In unswer to our query. Mr. McAllstcr was ono of tlioso democrats who permitted themselves to bo led from rho path of rectitude by thu specious promise of tho republicans Into voting for McKln-lo- y and doesn't mind saying that he I sorry for lt, since ho has not kept it Ingle promise mado for him and used tho war with Spain to bolster up his party besides. "I haven't changed my .lows on tho money question" continued Mr. McAllstcr, "hut I am u demo crat and do not propose to get fooled again by promise made to bo broken." "YeshiiiI am Adolph L. Luctgcrt, in wlfo murderer, was found cell at Jollet, III. Tho city marshal of Kan., shot and killed a woman who was attempting to kill him wltb it Tho most Impressive volcano erup tion In :t0 ycurs Is now In progress In Hawaii. Mukuweoweo Is shooting ou tiro und Maine. Our store will be closed for inventory of stock. Our dissolution sale will be in full blast until then. If you want S to get Dry Goods. Clothing1 and Shoes at money stretchS ing price, come and inspect 1 our different lines. Our low H prices increase the purcha"no," tho tho Chicago sing power of from $1 to Sparks Lena his dsad married at tho $1.00. Strong City, bride's parents at Livingston Tuesday $ Dlckerson, number friends SEVERANCE A SONS. attendance. I knife. Tho young left tho i p( m m answered by Mr. Ab were word and MUs tho homo of m m Slate pencils aro made In Tennessee from slato dust and other Ingredients compressed by hydraulic means. One concern mado il.OOO.OOO In a year. Judge Nathan Day was fatally hurt by a bursting lly wheel ut his sawmill near Jackson. Ho Is tho father of Walter Day, republican nominee for Stato treasurer. Carrom Party given Tho Mutual Life Insurance Company by Dr. und Mrs. W. N. Craig to thofr of New York charges, In a suit tiled ut young married friends Tuesday night Knoxvlllo, Tenn., by their attorneys, was attended by the following couples logorsoll & Peyton, that fraud was Mr. und Mrs. J. H. l'axton, Mr. und practiced for tho collection of 120,000 Mrs. J. S. Hooker, Mr. und Mrs. W. A. upon a policy on tho llfo of Thomas Trlbblo, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Daugbman, Chase, of Mllllgun, Tenn. It Is alleged Mr. and Mrs. Georgo H. Wcaron, Mr. that Chase Is not dead, und that tho "LOCAL HAPPEWH6S. and Mrs. W. H. Wcaron Mr. and Mrs cotlln at his supposed funeral was filled W. H. McKlnney, Mr. and Mrs. W. II with rocks. FltKSlI Cakes. Warren Si Shauks. Shanks und Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Owsloy, United States army recruiting olllces wantllUTTEH. Nice, country butter Jr., and ull reiwrt such u delightful at Somerset aud Lexington, Ky. und ed. Iloailoy & Carter. evening that thoso who were expected Helenwood. Tenn. Lieut. Johnson, of and could not bo present uro tilled with tho regular army, Is busily engaged In CilATTANOOdA Chilled Plows, steel further regrets. Tho gumo was now to enlisting men for both the regular and beams, ut lleazloy k Curler's. . most of the guests, but thoy soon volunteer service ut the points named. Foil Hent. Store room on Muln caught on and onjoyed It greatly. Mr, A largo number of recruits uro being Street In InteihouJouhnal building G. II. Wearon won tho first prize, a Bccurcd at these places for tho now II 1st --slher paper cutter, and J. S. Uocker, Infantry, now being organized at Fort IlAUdAUE transferred frco of charge who didn't get from tho first tablo tho Thomas. Recruits aro wanted ut all of St. Asaph Hotel, whole evening, was awarded a for patrons of tho nlco lit tho nolnts named. Stanford. tle Jumping jack. Ice and other good Till KAU.. ItIKU or ALL. BIHIIS, McSllEHKY, Richmond Champion things were nlcoly served and formed Is noted fur Its keen tight, clear aud dls small part of tho enjoyment of an and Hayworth Grain and Fertilizer no tlnct vision. Bo aro Uiom) persons who use Drills arc going ut price to suit tho occasion, tho which uro all too fow for I Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes. I farmers. Call and see thorn, W. A. those who havo married out of the styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated swim. Ids. Sold at Penny's ut 23 cents. Carson. . The Progressiva of London. A were In handsome couple on L. & N. for a trip to Cincinnati und other cities, accompanied by Misses Sparks and Bentloy, us far as Louls-vill- o. Tho groom Is a prominent merchant and tho brldo a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Uontley. oromlnent members of tho Christian church, and tho former, a leading railroad man. A bright future lies buforo tho happy young couple. Miss Bessie Miller, Mace Miller and cousin, Mr. Orear, of Mt. Sterling, visited friends In Livingston. Mr A. R. Scott camo up from Danville to inovo fills week. Miss Mattlo Williams went to Louisville last week. Mr. Hur-bo- r, Mr. und Mrs. Franklin und daughter, Mrs. Grimes, of Fayette, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. John Williams und Mrs. Richards, of St. Louis, aro among tho visitors. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Brooks Is out from Purls. Rov. H. N. Faulconor and wife passed down from Grays last wck. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks attended tho Sparks-Bentl- ey of by Rev. mmmj.BMym&m?M8&mt THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis Is now the most cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; the new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies that THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very katest Designs "Fleur-De-LU- t) jVJouldigs Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen toto appreciated. Suit able for framing from the Rluiplest photograph to the most elahoralo paintings. mouldings specially for suitable " Among tho lot is the New French dellcato pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Odors, and all pictures that re. When in Danville, call and see us aud get our prices. We quire a dainty frame will save you money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllco, Danville, Ky. marriage at Livingston A Family Public otllclals of an Ohio county, It has been discovered, have robbed tho taxpayers of over t50,000 in fees. Carriage That combines FARM FOR SALE. Oontulns 103 acres and Is la a splvodld state ot cultivation. Un the lllnck pile, 2i mlk' from Hu.tomlllu und 1J from Mora-Un- d. Has on It a dwelling uf Uro rooms and good tenant Iioum), Utlo nooewmry outhutldlngH, Splendid orchard, good well and two springs. Terms easy. W. II. WWIOHT. Ilu.touvllle, Ky. ... beauty and comfort with convenience, is oue of our well made, easy rid-iand elegant fciurreys. It is unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, aud will give more satisfaction fo general family use than other carriage made We are selling them Cheap aud Fast. B. K. Opp. Court-Hout- e, Wearen le Son, Stanford, Ky. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! rxloliMii.mTyxau.ym aLndLS-rlAavv- HOUUITTBI.EATHKS INCKNSBTO DKAUTV. (To the lUlhor of the Interior Journal) HUBBLE. CliAli QitCHAKU, July 21. Calling nt Crab Orchnrd Springs yesterday eve$1 ning, I had tho hotlor to moot Judge 1'. M. McHobcrts, who Is one of tho When not topaidoa.SO will be charged. W vory ablest of tho Stanford bar anil tho Stanford bur l tho ablest. In Kentucky. Also Mr. Hang lira an and bride, Mrs. Bailey, tho most beautiful and accom TIME GID plished Mies Fannlo Shanks, and tho European tourist, the most attractive KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Miss Olive Woodson, young and hand tho county. But thcro Is not enough some Mr. Sara Erabry, and the distin appropriated on any of tho roads to OS A. at. No. 8 Arrrltrtat Stanford at 10 a. m. guished mountain lawyer, orator and prepare them for the winter's slush. No. 4 Intn Manful! at No. 31 Arrives at llnwland at II m DAT. Mrs. C. C. Sink, of Lexington, Is judge, II. G. Williams and several oth30 Ml. No. 22 Ufn Stanford at We never did: but we have ers whose names In tho wild confusion visiting her father, A. C. Carman. Mr. Seen the clothing at thl time KNOXVIUEMViSION. of rapid Introduction havo escaped my Elvy Miller and wife, of Illinois, are of the year so covered with memory, but not my heart. For about visiting her mother here, Mrs. Salllo dandruff that It looked as If It 02 p m Wo. 34 Train going Norm had been out in a regular .....m-.1- 3 241 am 30 minutes, diamonds of wit, humor, Eubanks, E. A. Wblto and wlfu aro ... No. 3S " South ....... ..............12 .15 k lu blazing topaz of repartee flashed In going to movo to Wilraore In a few 0. 35 " ..W 5'i poi ........ 33 " o. ' No'Beedof this snowstorm. great flames of Intellectual Are. Tho days. Ho has taken a clerkship In a Forallirolnta. As the summer sun would ladles told mo that thoy had long been dry goods store tbero. Ed has been n KO'JOII TICKETS SOUL melt tho falling snow g0 win Sunday HA'HIAOE CHECKED TIIKOUOU. acquainted with ma through tho In' Ilxturo In the church and For any Information e ncutre ol TF.KIOK JOURNAL and many of my lot' school hero for a long time, and will be JOE S. HICK, Agent, tors adorned their albums. And one of badly missed by them, as well as by Stanford, Ky. them asked why I did not wrlto often-c- r. tho ontlro community. Miss Mary E I told her that not moro than half Carman has gone to Ohio to visit rcla FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. my letters were published that I did tlves. ., write. This created much astonishP. Tralna If are Frankfort at 7 A. M. and onneetlnijatlleoritttown with (J. A C. and reach- IS ITHIGHT a. h. and 5 10 r. M. iare I'arli ment and amazement was depicted on Uf Farla at 8:40 n FOR AN EDITOR TO HICOMMEND PATENT at 8: 15 A. v and 5.30 P. M., connecting at every countenance. The lady whoso with Q A C and reaching Frankfort at 9.15 MEDICINES? A, M. and 7:10 p M. namo I had represented with tho two JOSEPH It. NEWTOS, A. O. r. A. From Sylvon Valley Ncws.Brevard.N O French words, bols Qls, told mo that It maybe a question whether the ed vine-cla- d she had stood upon tho bills QUEEN & CRESCENT. of France and spent months In LaBelle, itor of a newspaper has tho right to pub Tralna paa Jctlon City aa followa: France. She asked mo if I could speak licly recommend any of tho various pro.17 02 p m No. 3 Korth...4 11pm No. 1 South " .3 48 am No. I " ..11 50 m "4 " French. I replied ''Jo parlo Francals prietary medicines which flood the mar5" Ho. 1125am melt these flakes of dandruff In 6 00am uno pue. No. I Had long since learned to ket, yet as a preventive of suffering we ,805pm "10 " the SCalD. It roes further thin Not. 1 and 2 do not atop. Hand 10 run no fur- say Jc vows almo bous almo raol ? Tho feci it a duty to say a good word for this: it prevents their formation. ther than Junction City. crowd laughed when I defined tho two Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr ii iias suit omcr properties: it will restore color to gray hair sentences; I love you. Do you love me? hoea Itemedy. We have known and used in just ten times out of even' Should Crab Orchard Springs have no this medicine in oar family lor .'u years ten cases. other guests there this year than that and have always found it re'iable. In And It does cvtn more: it feeds and nourishes the roots gay, brilliant, fascinating company many cases a dose of this remedy would of the hair. Thin hair becomes from Stanford, tho springs wcro not save hours of suffering while n physician thick hair; and short hair beopened In vain. The gallant Col. Welch I awaited. We do not believe in dependcomes long hair. was right when ho said: "There is no ing implicitly on any medicine for a cure We have a book on the Hair but we do believe that if itbott'eof Chamneed of but one railroad running from and Scalp. It is yours, for the asking. Stanford to Crab Orchard" and Col. J. berlain's Diarrhoea Kcraedy wero kept It rou do the benefit. W. Guest was right when he said that on hand and administered at the Incepyu rspected net obtain all t( ihe ijur, from lh wrlto it, .toctor about It. probably Made from pure that there were only three cities worth tion of an attack much suffering might be thers l torn, .ttmculty with your ten. rral lytiem which mty I catlly r. living in, New Orleans, Baltimore and avoided and in very many cases the prescream of tartar. looted AiMre.t. uu. J. u. A Ell. Lowell. M.M. ence of a physician would not be requir Crab Orchard. has len our expert I must not forget to mention the hon ed. At least this food or and pleasure of a visit recently from ence during the past 20year For sale Dr. Traylor, Miss Smith and Miss Elli- by Craig A Hockcr, Druggists "We have sold many different cough ott. We passed a most agreeable day. Nor must I forget to mention the kind- remedies, hut none has given betitr Mull mil aired,DOC LOST ! and Hlack ihort tailed WM'e Alum baking powders are the greatest ness and hospitality of Mr. Gus Hoff- satisfaction than Chamberlain's," say spotted bettar lilirn reward for her re-turn lolhla other 5v to health of the present day. mrnicm man at the doctor's meeting. When I Mr. Charles Holzhauer, Druggist, Newwent to settle ray bill ho Informed mo ark, X.J "It is perfeet'y safe andean aovti uhmq sowpt co., niw roan. that I was his guest and my dinner was be relied upon in al case of coughs, A. 8. PRICE, settled. colds or hoarseness Sold by Craig A Barf eon The Mutual XnTestmsnt Companj, The depot of the new railroad is in Hocker. Dentist, : sight of our mansion and runs through Stanford, our farm and will increase Its value to Of Lexington, Ky. $100 per acre. Hurrah for Crab OrOffioovT.' UcKoberta' Drng Store In the Owil.y Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. chard, the cradle of Col. Welch and the DUliUlDg- home of Bobbltt. PER YEAR CASH ETsrawai wmss T. C. IUnkln sold 42 cattle, weighing about IKK) K)unds, to Elvy Miller, of Illinois, for a llttlo less than to to go Oct, 1. George It.inktn sold same party 100 ewes, just from tho mountains, at 3!. J. C. Eubank sold samo party somo home ewes at 4c. B. W. Glvcns is putting gravel on tho pike, over which ho was appointed overseer, and it goes without saying that as much work will bo tlono for the money appropriated, as on any road in ever m Fnnctarii and So All Kinds ef Bi- Jim.VII.'lJATi.twAr. irHleCKIXIlllxlE cycle Bipilrtng. evn.nco., iusvim.k, kv nir. danvii.i.f. W Mend No I A O. I.a.miiiam, OASTt.tVAfr antra IS Third H. ROYAL MISS EVELYN TARDIF, The Seamstress. Plain and Faahtonnblo Powlng Outline; and Fitting a Sieclalty Water Works tt. sceasnew INSURANCE COMPANY O. Liverpool. UrgrNt Fir Inatiranm Uomtxiny World. III 1 storm in Summer? W. S. BEAZLEY. D. D. &, Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain Wild Vltnlltrd Air I the) ance. l'lijlcln In attend- Barbee & Castleman, Manager Ftiiilhern Depart nirnl. General Oflleer. Columbia llulldliig. LonU- t.31) Urllle. Ky ! OfTVg In tliei New Tlioinrnott Itutltllnsr- ("J DR. W. L. LOWDER, PHYSICIAN AND DltfJOOIST, ....-.- OPTIONS ON FARMS MCKINNKY, - KltNTUCKY. WANTED. I'rcvrrlpHon Carrfullv Comaiunrir-NIrIiU Day or tfO.Ilm yer$ would like to take option. nngixMlrarnia In Lincoln Ununly For term, ami imrtlcu-larrfvJdrt-WM. l.ANIXUlAF, I Oeonre-tow- Hair LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. B. G. FOX, TJ Krlger. Ky- - FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. vigor !lore and Mulf.cc mtantly ou hand and Wuillearrom lb. Mlramtl Hue W. ..ie., f.rwlnj country Ihkkly Mttle.1 Will W for sate at all time.. one.. lerniaorlradr Cr f.tm In Central Ken tiuky, C.apayll,u to ll.wn dinerrni In s rl Hplendld farm of Jin acre In Kanut trado. PUBLIC SALE OF A (7) Addrew I lot ij, Hlanaurd, Ky GARRARD I GO. FARM. prrm!c, R. A. 2 JO DIES, DENTIST, will offer puhllcl) on the Tho Tluirstlay, Aug. io, 1899, DR. KEIU FARM, Mtuatfd at Old I'alnt I.lck. in ihe Itl.'htnnnd and I.ancutir pike mile, fmni Ijinen.tur aud 5S mile, from Ixiul.vilte A Na.htllie depot The Fira C:j1sU ef 333 Acre:, well linprovetl with good new realdi'iice aa ofllce in the RoVAL fflmff FIRE, IjIFE Sc Stanford, Ky. Baking Powder Safeguards the against alum. and all niii-war- y V Ul-er- Ali aplendld slatted double corn crlbvoapacltv of 100 Iwrri l two tobacco barn (one of which I newi atoek liarn and tenant Iioum- - EI.KOANT COMMUNITY within ono hundred janl. of church, clinol houe. imt ofllce and atorc. The farm will Uji offered In two traela HJ aero, with tho Improvement. S acres unimproved ald truct. divided by the nlkr and thru as a whole, the- bid or createraum. bid. eeented which lx mile ISO acre of knob land fht or distant will go with the farm X Sale will U'glu at II A. d ca.h. bulaiioe Tttius or Sai.c In one and two veara with a tier crnt inter-M- l. Ac. One-thir- art, outbulldliig. uch INSURANCE. Oniy the bet companle trprcsentcd. Inquiries aoliciteil. l'., K. . MAHONY, Agl , Stanford. W I LF.TCIIEIt. tohn T, II. F.Miuail. Auc'r I)nvllle. Ky. J. T. SXTTTOKT, - Yon Lire. Old Lisa Companies Pay When Ton Die. Oxer $150,000 paid In living henenti. Over fiW.OOO lleterve'and Wd ?7 While Fontaine Fox Bouuitt. 10 oXm&SS ROUTE Party 27-2- 9. 27-2- Ctr.iAl Ky.S 7 Lincoln County National Bank. Capital alotk.'tlbO.VJO. iiuctruor to The Farmer. lUnk A Tru.t Company and under aatue uanajteiueni cuniinu outly for It lean. Htutonville, tJnctortnlcer, Kentucky Off.rahlaaerTlcT.to tb peopl. oIWmI UicoU and Cajov counties. Fullauick tijafiBiinjr.ii. etaalwaraon hand. I.B. Carpenter. Mana,r. t EXCURSION TO MICHIGAN. Queen & Crescent To People)' Frankfort, Ky., July Convention Surplua II HNEs WEAKEN, local Agent, Tho really A.SMITI1IIU .11.-"-. Bfry., Bianioru. Lexington, Kjr. been started FINE OCTINO OFFERED IIY THE MONON . KOUTE AND STEAMEU MANITOU. Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington, Ky., Are located aoa )r I cMMiiwiinrh5nul5I5s7(a 1w delightful trip which has this season by the famous Monon Route to Northern Michigan and which has attracted much favora ble attention, has been offering under llartcrlng; Inducements for ono date only, that all may havo a chance to try the cruise on Lake Michigan. Tickets will be sold from Louisvlllo to Charle voix, Petoskcy, Bay View, Harbor Springs and Mackinac and return on Wednesday, August 10, pood returning 15 days, at 910. Tboy will be good to atop at any point North ol and Includ Ing Charlevoix within the limit. Ac commodations on the steamer which tails from Chicago ut 11 o'clock Thurs day morning can now bo reserved and as the party is limited to the amount of accomodations set aside for this occasion, application should bo made at once to E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Loulo- vllle, Ky. If you can pronounco elcctrophoto-ralcrography, at NIcholasvlllo Street Fair, July 3. Tickets from all points from Georgetown to Junction City at low reduced rates, on sale July 2U'b. 27th and 23th, good to return July 21Hh. Great attractions. Camp meeting at Somerset, July 30. Special train leaves Junction City at to Somerset. 8:24 A. M. 03c round-tri- p Great colored camp meeting, fine program and plenty of foreign talent. High class music, abundant refreshments for everybody. Ask agents for full particulars. Horse show, fair and carnlvul, LexLow rates via Queen ington, Aug. A; Crescent route from all iwlnts In good to reKentucky dally Aug turn the 14th Inst. Greatest show Lexington has ever bad. Don't full to attend. Ample room for all 8-2, to offer Sx:lal Inducement, to tho ihlpixr Soutli of the Ohio Itlv-e- r In .avlng them eitra exjwnMi and time. Hopliuuih l.uilne.. relatlont will prove ,. 'itmhi. id auuioon to mo local bujer. there will be ly weiieue.. Solicits Your Bank Account, mutual.mm-- !.aucaster, Mason Hotel I. MBS. U. SIMPSON, Pror.. : Kentucky. - Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid .able. Evefythlng Porters tneft all trains. m first-cla&- s, Eastern & Foreign Buy ers on the Market For all klula of .took. When ahlpnlng E.tt don't fall to consign our enru privilege .filing which will he of benefit to jou. CF..NTIC A L COVINGTON STOCK YAKI) CO. MUr.CTOlLS J.J. YOUR ACCOUNT ! J.. Wllllaiut. Otrtley, Sr., WilllAlaliaxh. A. W. Carwuter, V. II. t'uuiiulct, J. i; l.ynu. ,h. II. F. J. (UHCi:itS 1, duu and ready for jou, and jou are gciitly rriUeti-- to ur ! Cb. J. II. Owaley. Settle It At Once This mean, Vol' If jou owe me. ConnnU.liin Arm. will give prompt nttt-n-tlo- tuconlgntaenl. J. Awt. Catbler. H. CREER, S. 11. Shaukt, I'rrtldeliti J, II. O.eley. I'aihler: H Stanford. Ky. M. Tho 50th Session of JilJlyUllJoUrl Iliriitlir; UUlili Ilrlibl, OPENS SEPT. 0.1890. W3th buildings and ground, greatly Improved . courao of atudy rvvUed and intruded, a large, competent and rellulau, fac- Lincoln County Farm For Sale. ulty. thU The Favorite Line Southern Railway HDTH'S reprcsont 1450,000 in value. Its labratorlcs. Chemical, Phyalcai, lllolog-ica- l, llotanlcal. Geological, Physiolog. leal, Mechanical aud Electrical are the largest aud best in Kentucky. Alabama, Mli.U.Iipl. SPAIN'S UllfcATESTNEED. Each Legislative DMricI is entitled by Mr It. I'. Ollila. ofllarceloua, Spain, aptndi hla law tofree tuition, room rent, fuel, and at a ua.a Li. n oak nerve, n..! kii..i wiuier. liiihts fur four nroncrlv nronared atinlvnia Mrere lului lu the back of hla bead. Ou u.Iuk 21-3- 0. In the college proper, and to an eiiual FIwlrli Hitler., America', greiteat llluod and Nerve Itemedy. all p.ln oou left hltu. II, airi number in the Normal Department, all to Between IouUvllIe uni4 the South. tbla grand medicine U what hla country nela All l.ow Katis Daily, be appointed by the Couutv Kururlntn Auie.ica uuii iu.i 11 cuctw iner anil ambev dent Alumni of other col eirea in trouble, purine. Ihe Mood, tour, up the aloiuub, lucky are entered In post graduate courw. itreiilheii. the uciiix, puu dm, vigor and u.w life lulo every uutclo, uerve aud organ ol the bud Entrance examinations Sept. 11, 12 and Bach way between Louisville and Lexington If weak, tired or alllutf, you uevdit. tvery bolllie 13. For catalogue and other Informaiipu, guarauleeM,ouiyauituu nul4 by reunjr, J'ruUt Sl'JX'l.lI. StlNDiV EXLUbBIONS. apply to W. A. TUUK, 0. V. A.. Now York bos beaten Chicago's di- See small bills and usk agents fcr part'e-ula-rs. Waaulnguin, I). (J. JAS. K. FA1TEHS0N, Ph. D. I.L 1). vorce record. A suit waa fllnd last. iv,.lr V. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. W. 0. KINEAI.SON, O. P. A Lexington, Jy. President I LouUvllU. and a decree entered iu three days, Ky Cincinnati. Session Begins Esptcmber H. Ohio Ity. Geo. w. Harney, dlv. pass, agent, Lex Kentucky, Tennesaee, Virginia, Oeorgla ington, Ky. North and Houth Carolina, & EIGHT will oiler for tale the farm uiin which I now re. Knunt iiMm It Jublleo under tho mtwt aide, alw Stock, Crop, Ac Mid farm cnnlalna ID.' Tho verdict of acreaof flrtt ilaiblun erau land, well watered, lliitterlng rlrcum.tauc'es, TO locateil. 1', mile, from tho.o who havo known the collego from its well feiHl and dnirablr Moreland, aatalluuon tbeC, S railroad, on pike beginning la Unit It waa nuverao wclletiulp-pr- d in all reaiect a. at present. There if more Catarrh lu tliia aetlun of tho leading from Mllleli;eillle to Stanford Kealdciue a put together, and on aaldfariu la Ac ,larye frame, eoutalnlui; eUthl euuulrr than all other newly palnte-aud paivred We Invite the Host Critical nioma, iiantry, few veara waa .umjumI to !, Trains Morning ami Evening from Un- uutil the laat lneur. Invcitigaticn condition. and la ttrit-cUable. For a great uiauir year. dotora pronounced ion Station, 10th and Broadway, lirtn Sil. wilt (lue-thlr- d at lUu'fluck. A M It a local diMntw. anj liremrlled local reineJtp.. caih, hilaiueln one and two Of all our claim., believing that jou will Tkkuh. and euuitautly failing to cuie with local treatment, of hale, l'ouiuluu decldo that vour daughter Passengers detiring information and pronounced it incur.ble. rxleuca baa proven year, with Interett from djte of laud to lm kded carefully and thoroughly will not nnlv 1. trained In all l'oielou rales to Wisconsin. Minnesota, (ebraaka catarrh to be a coiulitutional dlaeaae, and therefore Klten Iee 1,leW.ttmu tor accditii; tu Iteitlu at uauil things but will nUo bu SATE In our m'IkmiI. require, contuiuuonai It. II IaXIAN. Mlllflievllle, Ky. I. and points in the far West, Including Cal- - Pun. an auu.v.H..u I... treatment. -Ilall'a Catarrh II id ku..- V ,V.. 4UICUU, Wrlto fur catalogue to mi r.o.ii rul uf . t VUtUVj W f.. 1 ..I l -v..v, Ohio, la ihoouly eoustlturloiial cure on the marnorms, snouiu auurees 11EV 0 O riSIIRIt. A. M.. ket. It la taken Internally in dowa from lu dro H .Villi rburg. Ky. lo a tea.nonful. It acta directly on Mood and Plnelj Located Brl:k Besldence In UoatlHeed, Gen, Frank Agt , mucuiu.uifau'.ol tbea)tteui. They otter uue hun-dre.cello, Kentucky, with E7 acres of doll.ra for any law It fall lo cure, rnud lor K. 11. Ilacon, Dis. Pass. Agt, Land well Improved for Sale. cln ulan and teitlmonlala AddreM F CHENEY dt CO , Toledo, O. W.U. McDoel, ViccPres.& Gen. Mgr ( iu 1.7 iriMvgiata, Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr Ilall'a Family 1'lllaarethe Wat. The above property la known at Ihe John Cbrli. man i.place aud It ouupled .. uiw by Ijiula Cotley . ...... . ..!.. u siriu. Mh uII .. Ll..l... mi. w.i. Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho nlUIUIUiV .ilium Oilers The Following Courres. aud all nee- door, agoodoiiharil anew Chesapeake & Ohio ha mudo a rate- - of etury ouliiuuuiut a new tarn, lencinir lit iioou repair aud the laud In a Koodataleof cultivation. Agricultural, Mechanical Knidneerlng one und ono-thir- d faro on tho certifi- Aa we have met with a great lot. by lire recently Civil to tell I cate plan to Atlantic City for tho meet. we want would do lilt property aud any oue who Electrical Engineering. School, Engineer-in- g, well to wrluto Classical, Normal aipl Five It THE Ingot tho American Homeopatlbc In- wault JAMES McKI-CllMHavearllle.O Scientlilc Courtes, each of which corera room, brick. four rears in the College a We alto bare SYSTEM. stitute which meets tberq June 10th to alii mm feel lu lor aula W Lutluea. of the public proper and leads corner the rJ to u degree. 21th. Tho C. & O has through sleep- square lu Moulkello, Ky , aud ueupled by Its Faculty contain, twenty. nine Kerotaa ers to Philadelphia and Now York and feed. Ihit la aaan eicbange for Hour, meal joo.1 aitaud a. tbero lain Its grounds, buildings and equip-ment- a I'ENETltATES without change. Bo sure your ticket Monllcello fur bualuu. Fur artkuUra aud lermi 1 LOTJIBVILIaI tho meaning of which Is "photographing by electric light, ob jects magnified by tho microscope," you are 6ober. On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99, Well -- Known Female College jear Wheat aud Corn to Morris Fred'a Ktrhangv In Win lHUghertv' shop Ft) UP, KY. In Manfnrd and get In otcliange Floor and OF ST AN Meal. You can also huv Flour. Steal. .Hit... Feed. Capital Stock $100,000. Sarphi, I17.CSS 51 stulT. Ilrun. Chicken where InAc , cheaper at my place than any town. A trial 1. all I u,k I believe mr will 1m Tbla Inalitutlon orljtntlly ettabllthed aa Ihe a giHKl tliliiR for farmers and I pledge litter, of Stanford in IMS, then reorganlted ai al transaction, and full weight. llauk My good, come from lludderar's Dlx Uler Knller the National Hank ofStanlord In l&tf audagaln muu mm nre nrat-rlaiMOltlllS ri!i;i). Telephono No. lis reoranlied aa the Flral National liiuk of Stanford ence for FIRST NATIONAL BANK Just Like a You take Mill. jour la 1832, bat bad practically an uninterrupted eiltt- 41 years. It la better aupplled now wlti CHICAGO. lacllltlea fur trautacllng bualneaa promptly and lib erally than ever before lu ita loug and houorabl, career. Aicouuta ot Individuals, dduclarlea.Brmi and InJIvlJualatollclled. F. lUld, Uncoln Co.; UiaiCTOBI. J, W. llayden, Stanford H. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., f J. IW. S.T. llarrll, " J. S. Hocker, JV,i II, lUugbiuan, T. P. Hill, J. ti. The State College Of Kentuoky, " ' Walton " Htanfrd. W. A. Trlbble, M. Is RecclSlii; his Spring & Sutiiincr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed.; Give Him a Call. J. 11 Colller,Crab Orcb'd M , P.Eluore, J. Miller, Mt.Vemoa .. . . orricaa,. J S. Hocker, Proaldentj J. J. McIloberU.Catbltr, A, A ' McKluner AailttautCahler. CUffiST TO FARMERS. Oliver Chilled Plows and Ucpalra. Mkllu Cultivator., beat In the world. Deerlng Hull aud Hall Hearing Hludera. Deurlng I toll and Hall Hearing Mowers, Mover Huckboards aud Huggles. Oarduu Plows and Double shovel. Will pay market prlcu for Wool, Sacks furnished any time. All kinds ut Furniture and any piece or kind ot Harness you want. Call on 3 0, B. CAIU'F.NTKH, Huston vi llk, Kv JXJy)cCkAY GREAT STATES reads yta tho Chesapeake addKtatbeaboie. Through Sleeping Cars July High Bridge Camp Meeting three: daily trains Queen&Orescent k'. Aud willing to pay top prices lu cash for Chicken", ivggs. Feathers. Pucks, Ueese, Turkey. Ginseng,' Yellow Hoot, Heea Wax, Hides of all kinds. Copper, Hrass, iron uud Hones. Also will bo lu the market for wool. Sou tue and get my price before selling, ami get ilot cash. Call ut my headquarters. I'errln & l'euce's Ofjlce, near DeiKit. StanU. ItolINbON. ford, Ky. Wj:n"t:e:d UNDERTAKER I Aud Dealer io nADNaMS, Sa&DDXsXRY, 8c0., STANFOKD, KY. -