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NO. 51 POLITICAL POINTS. h Jack Brewer, of this place, died of The Model Steam Laundry at Scholarships for the Institute will bo F. H. Brlstow has been appointed fover at Montauk, Long Island. 55,000. burned, postmaster at Elkton. awarded next Saturday. Rev. John Barbour conducted servl-co- s Gen. Clay ha bought a home for his The republicans nominated W. M. The V. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Because the FALL SEASON is coming. We shall have the Finest Line ol at the 2d Presbyterian church Sun- child wife In Woodford, paying 8000 for Donaldson for congress in the 0th. but Dr. A. G. Lovcll next Saturday. it. Berry will doubtless read his title clear Five mon fainted last Tuesday at Mr. day morning. Rev. G. W. Muckley, of Kansas, Ed CIoufc was acquitted of the mur- again. Scott's rock quarry and lime kiln. Congressman J. W. Bailey was unanBro. It. Glbbs Ma.ey, of Lexington, preached at tho Christian church Sun- der of W. B. Tracy by the Gnrrard court. imously renominated at Sherman, Texwill preach at Mnrctsburg next Sun-da- day morning. Scott Hudson has been quite successAt Lancaster, John- Shanks, aljas as, on a platform which declares that I. MeKinney ha bold liU residence ful on tho circuit this year. Last week "Monkey John," was given two years the State convention has no right to It will pay you to ec these lines. .Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remember that for horse stealing. Instruct Its representatives In Congress to W. M. McClure and will move his he won ?3,000 at Dubuque. ! Messrs. Boyle Hodos, W. C. Price, Tho Model stoam laundry at on the question of expansion or any family to Georgia. burned, causing a loss of other question ol national policy. Shepherd, of Dr. March and Will Woodcock wont Mrs. Salllo McClure Suits Cleaned and Pressed, Congressman Joe Bailey in opposiParis, died of consumption at the homo down near Perry vlllc hist week and $3,000, with very little lnsurnncc. Ou doves. Rev. Ira Partln, of Prcachersvllle, tion to the annexation of the Philip of her father, Mr. Sam McClure, near shot over -The republican congressional conven- has traded his farm ou Lick Creek to pines, in a speech the other day, said 2"$ years of hero. Mrs. Shepherd was age, a loving wife and mother. She tion, which meets here Tuesday, will James Moore, of Pinevllle. for a hotel that the annexation of the various KY. 136. tho re. leaves a husband and two children to In all probability nominate Mr. DaviBurglars got In the Porryvlllo post- - colonies under consideration would cut son on the ilrst ballot. off from tariff duties at least $00,000,000 mourn her loss. Danville friends are delighted to hear ollico Friday night but finding nothing and that this amount would have to be MUs Berda Martin's school at Gum they wanted, departod. A hat was made up by Internal taxation. Sulphur Is well attended. The patrons of tho appointment of Dr. James W. left by them. liuiid-eoGuest as Instructor In surjiery and clinMr. Wattcrson strikes centre as folaro greatly pleased with their The list of claims allowed by' the young teacher, who won the prize ical surgery and Dr. I'd Green as Inlows: If ever there was a lucky, misfiscal court of Madison takes a sheet managed war the one just ended was offered at the Teacher's Institute by structor lu the Principles and Practice as largo as this paper to print it and such a war: and yet, excepting the secI'rof. Grlnstend for the best deport-men- t of Medicine. The Young People Christian En-- 1 the total Is S2S,007.fc2. nnd attendance. retary of war, who Is simply an IncomRichmond will have a good school petent type of the average republican Misses Mattlo and Lena Ncweomb douvor of Danville, composed of the building for tho colored school. The entertained a large number of their dldercnt societies of the churches, was contract has been let for brick build- professional politician, who has only been found out and who will be duly young frlcuda last Tuesday evening. held at the 2d Presbyterian church ing to cost about $7,500. unloaded, the jack rabbit republican Miss Fannie McFerran, who teaches at Sunday evening. Papers were read Reuben Reynolds, aged OS, died near Hyadministration comes out It Oak Hill, visited friends hero last from each society and short talks made Brodhcud of heart discasa and . after a ing colors. This Is owing of withto Its Miss Fannlo Is one of our most by the pastors. week. neither Quite a number ol Danvlllo people funeral sermon by Eld. J. G. Living- merit, nor its ability. It is sheer Out of suits that cost from $10 to $12. Call at once and get first choice as these progressive teachers. Miss Georgia ston Sunday, tho remains were laid Goods will not last long at the price. saw the Grand Naval Parade In good fortune. But It has been largely Miller has returned from a visit to City. Messrs. Arch and Alfred away In tho presence of many weeping helied along by Incompetent democratFrankfort and Mt. Sterling was friends. Crab Orchard, Ky. accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Geo. Robertson, J. K. Bishop, G. H. Bruce, Tho discovery of the dynamite pre- - ic leaders, illustrating the old saying W. S. Smith, G. E. Wiseman, Frank McCoy, and Miss Mary Smith. yented tho blowing up of the jail at about an army of lions led by a sheep. Roferriug to the auditor's threat of EiSpf The Improvements being made ou Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Anderson and Pinevllle. James Surbcr hired a man F ""V" "''" , the streets are very gratifying to the Misses Sadie Cecil aud Mary Robert- to bring to his cell the explosives and refusal to pay the expenses of the elecleth- son. iMA citizens, but there seems to be In a tion commission, the Carlisle Mercury Prof. J. S. Gashwller, who has been he was going to place them says: We wish the auditor would carargy about the town that Is unpropltlous crevice of the wall at midnight and to buslnc). Tho cause of this we can teaching for some time, will next year blow up the jail. A felony warrant was ry out his threat and thus strengthen not tall, but good citizens are leaving farm in Lincoln county, near Crab Or- Issued against Surbcr for the attempt the hands of the democrats when they Kight now a word about our Fall and Winter Shoes. Little Early but come to discuss the State issues next Mt. Vernon to locate elsewhere and chard. Mrs. Emma Cecil Is at Martins to blow up the jail. we are eager to call your attention to these goods. In the first place I uouo are coming to take their places. vlllc, ml. Miss Lillian Bohon is visitwe have taken unusual care in selecting the stock and arc pleased to Badge Jones, of Clay county, is in year. We will be able to show and ing her uncle, Hand Bohon, at Decatur, This should not bo the case; to make a jail charged with having furnished the prove that the present State adminisknow that we will be able to tration has been the most shameful one town prosper we must endeavor to re- HI. Rev. J. R. Savage returned Friday dynamite. for years, and that the State has lost tain instead of drive away the present from Jessamine Miss Josie May has returned from WinchesA great many people are puzzled to money by its existence, and that Audipopulation. Oue mau working against Secondly, the prices that we expect to put on these goods will be attho Interests of u community can do ter. Frank Shumate, of Company II., know the detlnition and origin of tor Stone has paid money out of tho tractive Thirdly, our styles will be exactly right. Every mother 2d Kentucky, is at homo for a few days. "round robin," the term used so fre- treasury without warrant of law, and nioro to Injure It than the cllorts of a that has a boy or girl that she wants to shoe substantially will be Miss Florence Downton Is In Cincinna- quently of late in connection with Gen. hns driven a low contractor out of the dozen good men can avail toward its These goods will be on hand in good season. ti. Robert G. Evans, who has been ill Shatter and tho Santiago army. It State's service and placed the State's upbuilding. visiting her with fever, is convalescent. Mrs. Is tho name given to a protest or re- work In the hands of a higher priced Mrs.THlthaGrcsham Is sister, Mrs. F. L. Clifford, in Vlrginiu. Plunkot and daughter, of Nashville, monstrance signed by a number of contractor. Brother Stone will find The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, HY. C. E. 1'rotheroe, of Urodheud, was In are visiting Mrs. Emma Downton. Miss persons in circular form, so that no Jordan a hard road to travel. Ella Gloro, of Decatur, 111., is visiting ono is obliged to head the list. It town last Saturday. MUs IJossio l'aynt-c- r M. her nephew, Scott Glore. Hey. W. C. thus places all on nn equal footing nnd MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. has been HI. Mr. and Mrs. Weber have returned to Chattanooga. Caldwell aud children, who have been hides the identity of tho leader of the Tlirtrn n vt o uivorce cases on the Missos Mary Fox and Katie Linton vis- visiting his mother, have returned to signers. It Is frequently resorted to circuit court docket at Henderson. ited relatives hero recently. Mrs. Dr. their home at West Point, Miss. MUs by collegians who have a grievance in Edward Lee Meader aud Miss Bessie i Stove Drown, of Texas, Inhere visiting Paulino Hardin, of Springfield, is tho thai they desire to have investigated Morris, of Pcrdee, each 15, were marW of Mrs. Robort Harding. Miss and, fearlnir the wrath of the professors Mrs. W. D. Smith has boon guest relatives. ried at Hopkinsville. quite 111. Mr. L. M. Houk oxpecis to Belle McGrath has been visitinir adopt it as a method of bringing the James T. Aker and MUs Fannie Sin' K friends in Georgetown. Arthur Van alleged grievance to the notice of the move his family to town next weok. gleton, both of the Waynesburg sec Jack Lawrence came homo from Sinks Winklo entertained a few gentlemen faculty. It originated In France. tion, were married yesterday at Jona9) last week. MUs Alza Logan Drown ex- friends at 0 o'clock dinner Wednesday 9 The further South one goes the earl- than Aker's. school at Stanford this evening. pects to attend (!) ier one finds marriages take place. A Nelson B. Converse, aged "0, and If Telescopes, Club Bags. term. M. J. Miller has opened his LETTER FROM JACKSON. t census was taken lately In Algeria, and Min'iie Trotter, IS, eloped from near the Miller store In the store-rooIn reaching Jackson over the Lex- it was found that the youngest Arab Breathitt county to Jeilereonville In a Hotel. Mrs. Fannlo Adams Is the guest ington and Eastern the scenery is line, married man was 12 years old, aud that rickety buggy and were married. Hi of Mrs. D J. Dethurum during her 2& were very many boys who were Mrs. Harriet Scott, who has been v McClary expects great massive rocks standing 7f feet there convalescence. .Vlllle married at 13 and 14, while some at 13 three times married to James Scott l to attend a medical college In Nash- perpendicularly on either side. The had several wives. There Is a youthful and twice divorced from him, has ..Y mountains are also filled with wild and ville. After a slow dccllno of many months fragrant llowcrs and added to these Algerian widow of 13 aud a divorced brought suit for a third divorce at fl duration Mrs. Patience Carpenter died malarial beauties, nature has wisely husband of the same age. Girls are still Muule, Iud, ".? M. M. Dlckerson and Miss Lena Mrs. Win, We- added an abundant amount of pure wa- more precocious, and aro sometimes at tho homo of Mr. and Hi In Latest Designs and Colors. the pretty daughter of William ber, at Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 23, ter. Summer resorts aro numerous married when only 11 years old, though 9. : aged 73 years. All the tender care of and seora to be largely patronized. In 12 Is the more usual age. There are Devore, proprietor of the Richmond which loving hands were capable had addition to those pleasures and wild 169 widows of 13 and 1,170 divorces of Transfer Line, eloped to Shelbyvlllle and wero married. the same age. been lavished upon her. Since the attractions, the country Is fairly Hon. and Mrs. George R. Burgess, death of her husband, II. II. Carpencrops are good, though the Au Indiana grocer prints the followter, she had looked forward to this time acreage is small. The chief Industry ing in a circular, addressed to patrons: living near Catlettsburg, celebrated their 02d wedding anniversary. There faying she was going home. These is confined to lumber, spokes, staves "Notice is hereby given that If you were present 02 children, grandchilwords give an Insight Into her chris- and other things along this line. The will come to my store three times a day Ingrain, Urussel and Moquette Carets, sold by sample and delivered tian character, which was as a shining little city of Jackson is located on tho during tho next year aud purchase a dren and Three Days. Two of Cervera's officers have fallen light to others, who traveled along north fork of Kentucky river, which drink of whisky each time paying 10 malIn lovo with American girls and their I life's pathway with her. She bore pauses on seven miles and doubles back cents a drink, at the end of tho year I engagements aro announced. The & ice toward no one and If she had any again within 100 yards of Jackson and M will donate five barrels of my best flour, 3, are Miss Clara DutT, of Baltimore, enemies, they wero secret enomlcs, but were it not for a huge cliff ono might 100 K)iinda of lino granulated sugar,100 and Miss Mamie flays, of Annapolis. wwho could be at onmlty with one so easily throw a stone from one part to pounds of rice, 10 pounds of coffee, 10 Mrs. Mattie B. Dletzman has sued pure and good. Sho was blessed with tho other. Music on tho water in lit- gallons of syrup, 30 yaids of calico, tho physical comforts of llfo, her hus- tle boats Is a chief amusement hero be- three pairs of shoes, ono $10.30 cloak Miss Leonora F. Mullln, a stenographband being tho wealthiest man In tho ing performed by tho young people for your wife; and then 1 will have S20 er, for $3,000 for alleuatlng the affections of her husband, Will M. DIetzcounty at the tlmo of his death. Iler from 0 v. M. to 0. It Is rcudered with left to pay for tho liquor you drank." man, who is business manager of the were brought here to the home culture and skill and shows that wonremains of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. derful talcut exists. also. in which Sunday Critic. A western teacher in a town After having the girl jerked out of Payntcr to await Interment. Funeral the women have tho right of suffrage J. W. Peuwn. services wore held at tho Christian received the following note accounting his buggy by tho irate father, who did Bruce Nineteen Cynthiaua society girls for tho absence of one of her pupils on not want him for a church. Bro. I. M. Doswoll preached a Wo keep "tho best" Hue of discourse while caused a sensation by appearing In the election day: "Dero Teacher: Please Wado succeeded in getting Miss Dean most Impressive funeral McClure and Mary Miller streets of Cincinnati and at tho Lagoon be so kind as to oxcuze Llzzlo for not in his possession again and Hying to Misses Lena helped materially with the music with placards on their bosoms bear- having wcut to school yesterday. 1 kep Jeffereonvllle made her his own for which was very touching. Loving ing the inscription: "Wo aro out for a her home to mlno tho baby while I give good. Both live in Mercer county. friends carried tho remains to tho cem- good tlmo." The young women hnd out votes at tho poles an otherwise This Is said to be tho height, weight etery whoro thoy wero placed beside been making a tour of Niagara Falls done what 1 could to olect tho right and measurements of a perfectly formcareher husband. One child, Mrs. W. M. and the Great Lakes. Returning from man, who, ns you will see, by tho morn- ed woman. Tho young lady who will Al-- o tho bet" Paints, Oils, VurnUhes, Lead, Color and Stains. mESCUIPTION'S apprefully compounded from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is always Toledo they kept passengers awake, ing paper, got there by a big majority. mourn her loss. Weber, lives to held up the ne.vsboy nnd worried tho So I am glad I kep' Lizzie home an' certify that she tills tho bill and will ciated and It will be our constant aim to sell "tne best" goods at reasonable prices. notify this otllce will receive a handconductor. The young ladles evident- done what I could at tho poles." TlIK 1IUST KEMUUY FOIt FLUX. some prize: Weight 133 pounds, height a well known ly need their mammas hold of them. Mr. John Mathlas, Si 5 feet 4 inches, bust 30, waist 23, hips LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: In his announcement 23, calf 14J, ankle S, hand 0J 37, g 'After Buttering for over a weok with in tho London district, for circuit judge National Wholesalo Druggists Ass'n, and thigh Hon. John Henfoot 4. a llux, and my physician having failed to 1S9S. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. ry Wilsou makes a bid for tho laboring James Allen, of Logausport, lad., rellovo me, I was advised to try Cham- man's vote thus: "When a Annual Conference M. E. Church mistook his sou who came in lato at member of berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea South, Flemlngsburg, Ky., Sept. 14 21. ulcht for a burglar and shot him. The 1SS0, 1 was the auin 3 Remedy, and havo tho pleasure of stat-n- g the State Senato Unusunlly low excursion rate to Cinyoung man, but of ono bottlo cured thor of tho resolution by which tho cinnati, Queen Jc Crescent Route to bullet did not hit the that the half convicts, then working in tho coal the uarrow escape made such an Immo. For salo by Craig & Hocker, Tickmines were tuken out of the mines and G. A. R. Encampment Sept. pression on the young man that ho Druggists. put back into the penitentiary." The ets sell September 3d to 9th. joined tho church the following day. CD Dun & Co.'s roview says: "Tho primary will bo held Sept. 17. Brown George Wagner, alias Whitney, who of the Stanford Editor Walton, volumo of business rellectcd in exchang- and Eversolo aro tho other candidates. r re JouiiNWL, who spells negro robbed the Richland, Mich., bank of clearing-house- s Is es at the principal In Chicago after Miss Arnold, who kissed Hobson, with a capital N, has had the compli- $32,300, was captured 20.4 per cent, larger than last year ment roturned by having a colored a desperate struggle. a und 20.8 per cent, larger than in 1892, has had named for her, a walking hat, baseball club named after his excelof largest busi- new stylo of shoe, stationery, pcrfumo, hcrotofore tho year It costs the Rnyul Baking Powder ness and highest prosperity ovpr known. a new drink, others to be named, hair lent paper. Glasgow News. company something like 8300,000 ano ornament, girdle, auother hat, a skirt, The government spends annually nually for advertising. 3 Low rates Cincinnati, Queen ii Cres- golf costume, bicycle suit, a sailor hat $900,000 for tho maintenance of Its low rates Queen & Crescent G. A. R. Eucampmcut, B-cent during and a cravat. a clnnati, Sept. 3d to 0th weather bureau. lo-i- s y. - HOLD Y 0 i ISELF I DANVIUE, Men's, Boys' And Children's Clothing, Stetson Hats, Mahattan Shirts, Stacy Adams' Shoes. Hat-rodsbu- rg We Make iSuits To Order Telephone No. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., BIG DRIVE IN ODD mo PANTS ! Black, Clay, "Worsted, AT ONLY 52.50. W. New-Yor- k E. PERKINS. aPHaf ""v 11 WE '''F1 'p,'u'2S5pkf WANT TO SAY "l w Mc-Uood- Meet Every Want In Shoes. CALDWELL St LANIER, V"! TRUNKS, Ml I! -- ! MATTINGS 1 1 U i De-vor- e, pros-jwro- us, i Moquette ': ff 1 ft : Rugs ! I w 1 I great-grandchildre- n. .K 1 lu-d- les H. mu J. MoROBERTS, Jrt Our Motto: "The Best." son-ln-la- Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, CRAIG HOCKER. 19-2- 1, 5-- 10. I IK-teui- 3Effl3fflfflSfeff 1 . s X - Cincinnati. 1 V: a ;m . i jjAk. rtsrf.iw ia - - 'ye-i- i ..a.-- - 'W ft I k t (1 i JL fcr K i- - :i r. k 7 r I n Day, late Secretary of State and now A Madrid correspondent of a London Insurance on hor life, but reinorso causone of the peace commissioners to meet paper says, of 225,000 Spanish troops ed him to commit suicide before ho got in Paris, ha3 been skinning up the lad- sent to Cuba In three years, 50,000 have the money. Martin Irons, tho leader of the great der of fame pretty lively since McKln perished and 73,000 sent home invalid Aug. 30, 189S ley discovered him and thrust him Gould strike In 1SS0, Is ill with fever Stanford. Ky., upon a waiting world. A few short In a quarrel over string of beads, in n charity hospital nt Llttlo Rock. indnths ago, nobody knew, except n Annie Trumbo shot SalHe Evans In He is not expected to live. W. P. WALTON. few people In Canton, O:, that there the mouth, In Larue county. The At the annual reunion of the Burton was such a man. Now his name is ball glanced and took otT part of her family at Mitchell, Ind., lt was shown that the family numbers S0.O0O In tho known in every country. His great- nose. Democratic Nominee- Tor Congress ness has been thrust upon him entirely. Of the 1,013 men who went to San- United States, 10,000 of whom live in HON. G. G. Indiana. Ho was neither born great nor has he tiago In the ranks of tho Seventy-fir- st Arch Edmonson, ono of Montgomery 300 will return to achieved greatuess by tho regular Now York, less than Of Shelby County. from Camp county's best citizens, is dead of blood ho Is a very medio- New York city channel. In fact, poisoning. One of his hands was The trail of the serpent of incompe- cre man, who owes his rise to McKln-le- y Wlkolf. and good fortune. In u riot between American troops slightly cut on a scythe nnd tho troutency or venality seems to hang over and insurgents atCuvite two Americans ble nt once set up. the army, whether on land or at sea. Davison secured the Instructions of were killed and four wounded. Four A fire In Cross' menngerlo burned to The stories of suffering, privation and of tho earth from all the counties, except Jessamine, and of the natives were killed and several death four lions, a tiger, a puma, a jagdeath of tho flower Keep in mind the price list of the biy siiloawl don't i'o- ruar, 25 prairie marmots, a black oposinhuman neglect and carelessness are will be nominated for congress at Dan- wounded. ville today on tho first ballot. The JesBids will close at noon Sept. 1 for sum, two hyenas, n vulture, four rnro almost past belief and call for the most , irut to look at, t he irglnla owls and two searching investigation and the most samine rads instructed for Miles and 3,000 cords of seasoned wood, 735,000 foxes, two delegapounds of oats, SCO.OOO pounds of bay eagles. condign punishment when the blame Is named a strongly Hosiery nt tion, but that county will not be able to and 210,000 pounds of straw, required Urice. With the most terrific right-han- d fixed. At Camp Thomas, Camp Alger do in the republican convention, what for GO days Henry Clay, Lex punch ever seen landed on a man's and Camp WikotT the brutal treatment at Camp did in the democratic convention-do- wn ington. ' jaw In Louisville, "Australian" Jimmy of the men by incompetent surgeons it ; Road Suit prices the leading man. Davison has round, settled the Capt. John Green Ballance, who mus- Ryan, In tho and heartless attendants seems to have always had the good sense to know ex been tho same, the sick nnd dying men tered soldiers in at Lexington, has now vexed question of fistic supremacy Deep Cuts in Dry Goods being accorded no more attention than actly when to strike, but if be persists been appointed to muster out at the which has so long existed between him in running this time, he will lose his same place those that the war depart- and Bob Douglas. so many hogs. Fever patients at Camp , At the Knights of Pythias meet in Ladies' Dres& Skirt Sale, lay and actual- reputation for anagosity, and be heard ment decides upon. Thomas were allowed to of no more forever. The town of Guantanamo, in which Indianapolis it developed that the funds ly rot from neglect. For days not even there are 7,000 Spanish prisoners, is of the endowment rank are in a bad their faces were sponged off and with We have cut the life out of our prices, After they found out that they had myriads of tiles swaramlng on those who to give up their places at the peniten in danger of extermination by disease. shape, over $100,000 being tied up In a were too weak to keep them off, mag- tiaries, the officers sought to continue More than 1,000 prisoners are sick, and Texas bank and $100,000 In the bond Ladies' 7!Jc Shoes, of the Lexington Uotel Comnanv of gots soon hatched in the skin cracked to aid their favorites by ordering a the whole population Is sutTering. -open bv burnlnsr fever. No nourish great many supplies to be shipped buoyant in the Mad- Chicago. Cuban bonds are v V after A minute before the hour set for the ment save the rough army rations was they departed. The new commissioners rid market on account of the belief Men's Fine Shoes, 93c, given them and if friends sent delica- are averse to this sort of business that European pressure will be brought execution of John Anderson, tho at Norfolk, Va.. an cies the fiends ate them up in full view and are refusing to accept much of the to bear on the United States to com- r-mutineer, Every department blossoms with promise, of the famishing patients. On the hos stuff pel Cuba to recognize the issues of '?6 officer arrived with a writ of habeas that is coming in. The report of corpus, granted because he was not pital ships, especially the Olivette, the the expert that the chair plant had not and 00. ate Xcw, same treatment was accorded the sick, paid the contract price of 3oc a day for A special train of nine Pullman permitted to choose his own counsel. Merchandise with no short coming ex- Cheap as It Is, coffee will bo even the beasts In charge of them, letting the convicts, but only 20c, is the sub sleepers passed over the Q. & C. road, them die while they drank the cham- ject of much unfavorable comment and carrying 13S slciC soldiers from Cblcka-mauc- cheaper. The finest coffee in the cept in price, pagne and sold the ice cream furnished the old commissioners will attempt to The soldiers were all from world Is grown In Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Philippines, and under the by the Red Cross. Notwithstanding all disprove by an Investigation of it their the First Maine regiment and were en stimulation of American enterprise All Xew Goods, hut too many. have, therefore, these hideous charges, Adjt. Gen. Cor-bl- n own. route to their homes. says none have come officially to the these countries will, within a few years, There was only one democrat in him, but he will have them brought When a young and beautiful woman war againt Spain and he Is the only be able to supply the world with coffee. decided to put them at a price that will move them. before him by the people, who are impressed her rose red lips on Hero soldier against whom charges of some Americans are the greatest coffee loudly and long for investiga- Hobson's a general sensation of the character have not been preferred. drinkers in the world, the average beThis is simply a hint at notable opportunity for saving, tion and punishment in every proven yum yum feeling weut around the The democrat was bully old Joo Wheel- ing 12 pounds by each man, woman and child per year. case of willful neglect and fiendish country, but when old women and oth- er. Cynthiana Democrat. brutality. ers rushed onto Commodore Schley and Bring your dollars and 0--rft t. .. The relations between Great Britain k their value. lor Gun Protection. kissed him nolens volens, a sort of a are oirmueu iu lue jiuiuii ui iuihuiv, Itailronil The war department U working ou It seems almost incredible, but the and the British minister at Pekln has n new method of protecting gun emrecords show that in the last six years Schley Is an old married man and those announced that China's refusal to ob placements as a substitute for masonthere have been 300 homicides in Lou who kissed him are old enough to know Britain's demands will be ry nnd concrete. An experimental isville, most of them murders, and not better, and the case being altered al serve Great ground for war. is being erected nt Fort accepted as a single infliction of the death penalty, ters the case very materially. The peace commission will be com- Washington with n protective shield the heaviest sentence in the whole time railroad rails. This work posed of Secretary W. R. Day, of Ohio; of worn-ou- t being for 21 years, and that in only one Judge V. W. Jones, of Adair, Senator Cusdman K. Davis, 01 .Minne- is within range of some of tho case. One Negro was sentenced to be seems to have won the republican nomguns which constitute n part of tho W. P. Frye, of Maine; Potomac river defenses nt this point. hanged, but he has gotten a new trial. ination for appellate judge In the 3d sota; Senator White, of Louisiana, and A test will soou be made on the effT. D. HANKY, Manngur. Public sentiment Is being aroused over district over Hon. C. W. Lester. He Justice E. D. Whltelaw Reld, of New York. iciency of this type of protection the appalling state of affairs, which has has S2 votes certain and possibly enough D. H. Breck, the young Richmond against heavy projectiles. Scientific caused the mayor, board of safety and out of the unreported counties to give ' man, who acted as clerk for mustering American. criminal judges to confer and decide him the prize on the first ballot. Les Branch stores nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Capt. Penny's Lawienrebtirg, Cynthi.Strum I'owcr In HiiKlnnil. upon a crusade against crime that will' ter only carried Anderson, fl; Pulaski,! officer, Lt. Vestal, when ana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizaucthtown. Frankfurt. Mauckport, Ind. accepted the. posi Co. was taken, has The working power of stunm-driveput a stop to the conditions. Louisville . IS: Shelby, 10, and Whitley, 16, a total tion of chief clerk of the division of machinery employed in Great Urltnln papers hold up murder in the mountains of 56 votes. Gen. Sanger's headquarters at Lexing- Is estimated to be equal to that of n to holy horror, but a little missionary billion of men. In nil the world less Iron Fence. The court martial convened to try ton. work at home Is in order before they than half counting both Cypro Shingles. The Czar of all the Russlas asks the sexes, are that number, productive indo so or it will be a real case of the pot Capt. Duncan, of the 22d Kansas regi- employed In ment, for robbing the grave of a Con- - great powers of the world to unite in dustry. The pray slave, steam, ib doing calling the kettle black. . federate otllcer at Bull Run. gave him an international conference and devise more work In our motherland nlone A.C.-SIHE- , Oscar Turner, who is a son of the a sentence of five years in the penitcn-la- te means to secure universal peace. He thnn is being done by oil mankind. "old outlaw" of the same name, tlary. Ho ought to have been shot but desires to end the progressive Increase Youth's Companion. V. of armaments that are crushing the7 who served several years in congress, as death is not the penalty for the Cinxl Tlnira Ahem!. Metal Koofing. Mill Work. Biggs Yes. business has been preteverything before him in the fense, the sentence fits the case pretty life out of powerful nations. Invitations have been sent tooCnfed- - ty rocky of late, but I anticipate good Louisville primaries Saturday, getting ' nicely. 204 of the 222 votes to which the 5th erate generals by the committee of in- times in the near future. Diggs Well, old man, I'm glad for prohibition party of Kansas has vitation and reception for the approachdistrict is entitled. Race Horse Wi!- - The adopted the sign of a pitchfork and ing meeting of the G. A. R. In Cincin- your sake, but I'm afraid there is no Hams, who showed his brutish instincts tuch good luck in store for inc. Pef-fe- r by assaulting Mr. McKee, who opposed broom as its emblem. nati. Many have expressed their re-- , "Why not?" is a candidate for the nomination grets in patriotic letters. Gen. Wheelhim, got the other 18 and Dr. S. "My wife isn't going away to epend s er says he Is too busy caring for the Smith was left without even a for governor. Both of those the summer." Chicago Evening News. will doubtless be needed to get 15.000 men at Montauk Point. smell. If Turner could now make his The monitors Puritan, Terror, election as sure and as easy as he did rid of the carcass after the election. and Amphltrltoand the cruishis calling, the Louisville district Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul- republican county judge of Han- er Montgomery have been ordered would cease to be represented In conThe uiiuu .11111 rxivrii'iii:u(i le.'tcners gress by a republican, but there's the cock has ignored the election law and from Porto Rico to Newport, R. I. Sjiccial attention given to Primary and Preparatory Olasso?, ( all t the College nnd get a copy of our New Catalogue, or w rite for one to MRS. rub. We fear he Is hardly heavy enough appointed officers himself. He should The men on the monitors have sufferNAXNli:, S. SAL'FLKY, Lady Principal, Sinnfoul, Ky. to give Evans the throw down, we be prosecuted and bounced as quickly ed greatly from the tropical heat owing and as surely as if he tried to nullify to the lack of deck accommodations. should like to see him get. any other law. Secretary Alger says: "1 do not InTHOUGH Davison got the instructend to order an Investigation of the tions of Shelby by the tricky work of Editor Squire Turner, of the Mt, wholesale charges of mismanagement Is spoken the postmaster of Shelbyville, a dis- Sterling propose to stand on ray patch from there says that a delega- of as a candidate for the democratic of the war but president or congress tion will go to Danville to oppose Davi- nomination for governor. He is a good record. If the churges Investigated I son's nomination and falling will put man and besides it is time the editors desires these would be delighted to have tho admln- the seal of their condemnation on ras- had a chance. istratlon of the war department made cally machine methods by voting for While addressing the Old Settlers the subject of tho most searching InGeorgo C. Gilbert. There is great THE INTERIOR JOURNAL St - 11 BARGAINS - GILBERT, to-da- y We're Hunting And We're Bound For The Louisville Store. ( J " antl-Daviso- n Half murdere- y up-to-d- J a. We it-w- Il.-il- ... . The Louisville Store. ten-Inc- h n , STANFORD, KY. of-car- ried QSTasy J 1 Ex-Senat- or At-wo- od Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SHEI.TOX, PRESIDENT. imple-n.ent- Mlnn-tonom- Next Session Will OraerTSentembsr 5th. j i Sentinel-Democra- t, COME TO THE Blue Grass Store, FOR BARGAINS. We Have In COFFEES. I ;! Di! it , A dispatch says that the Claude Matthews was stricken with paralysis of his entire right side and surgeons at Chlskamauga held many autopsies "In the interest of scienco' died Sunday. without- - the consent of tho victim's people. A few days ago tho body of a WAR ECHOES. soldier who died of meningitis was Over COO soldiers died at Chickatnau-g- a taken in to Chattanooga. When tho in three months and there are now body was uncovered it was found that 2,007 in hospitals. man's skull had been lifted and Editor Pat McDONALD.of the FrankThe 1st Kentucky will llkly stay in the his brain had been taken out and fort Argus, is a receptive candidate that for the Legislature on the platform of Porto Rico, but a number of regiments replaced with a handful of hay. His an appropriation for new capitol build- have been ordered home. Intestines had also been removed and The Fourth Kentucky will be brigings. Mr. McD. has had much experithe stomach filled with hay. ence jn legislative affairs and is a capi aded with the First Division, and will BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, tal man any way you take him, but not be mustered out, as stated. high enough now without i 11 now seems prooaoie tnai tne uirst arn't taxes CoIHb P. Huntington was not killed agitating the question of new public and Second Kentucky regiments will be kept in the service for some time. as reported. buildings at present? Lt. Robert Kennedy has succeeded Mr. and Mrs. McKInley aro vlBlting Capt. Sweeney, of Lebanon, resigned, the president's brother, Abner, at Populists as a general thing are impractical and visionary, with little as commander of the Lebanon company. Somerset, Pa. Upon the recommendation of Senator William Boiling, of Hagervlllo, Mo., real idea of statesmanship. A convention in Indiana has just indorsed Lt. Hoar, the war department gives fur- tried to kill himself because his son Hobson for the presidency, without loughs for GO days to 'all soldiers who camo home tipsy. A Chicago man killed his aped fathconsidering that a man may be brave served at Santiago. The Third Kentucky with a total er with an axe, nearly severing the old enough to blow up a vessel and still not know the first principles of govern- strength of 1,270, has been reduced by man'n head while ho slept. many mishaps, chiefly sickness, to a Twenty Italian peasants, seeking ment. present-for-dut- y roll of 591. shelter from a storm, entered a house They had a monkey aud parrot time Capt. Philip, the praying comman- which collapsed, 18 being killed. in tho republican convention at Owens-bor- der of the Texas, will command the The condition of Miss Winnie Davis, The Jolly and Fowler factions North Atlantic Squadron, while Ad- who Is critically 111 at Narragansott both held conventions at Owensboro at miral Sampson Is in Cuba. Pier, R. I.. Is somewhat Improved. the Hame time in tho same room, and The steamer Comal sailed from President McKInley Is a Sir Knight chose delegates, but the threatened Tampa for Havana with 1,000,000 ra- and will attend the triennial conclave and hoped for fight did not material- tions for starving Cubans. Tho rations of the KnlDrhtsTemular in Plttsbunr. ize. will be distributed by army olficers. A Paris man killed his wife for the , dissatisfaction against Davison's methods also In Rockcastle and the gray gelding has a hard row to plow most everywhere. Those that he has put in oillice and others for whom he has gotten pensions are alone his warm supporters. The better class take no stock in him. meeting at Wingate, Ind., ex-Go- v. quiry." A modern Household Is not complete without a number of ticles In Rubber. $2. ar- Wo sell you a good Bure Family Syringe for 50c, better ones up to In other goods we are to Miit you. Tile Lion, Cordova, Enterprise, Leverings, 4X, And Some Specials in Penny's Drug Store. THE CYCLONE. TAHNEB BEOS., McEIUlTET. A Few More MEN'S STRAW HATS Cheaper than any houso in town. Also the Cheapest House nt which to buy Flour. ! Best Pat. Flour, $2.20. Best Family, $2. A Second Grade Family Flour at J1.80. SOAP of every kind, especial'' the While Cloud Floating Soap at 4c a cake. Como to us if you at 10c and 15c to Closo Out. Some of them are worth three times what we ask them. Remember tho want bargains and save money, Telephone No. 18. o. Ladies' Slippers, 39c to 75c, "Worth Double the Money, Come to see Blue Grass Grocery. J W. ROUT, Masaoib. Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. us for Bargains. Four protracted meetings in progress A. A. BASTINhas been given another in Garrard county, are drawing the increase of pension .inl now draws WO ungodly to the fold. Stanford, Ky., Aug. Rev. L. II. Echols, for 20 years a per month. ei . Baptist preacher, joined the Christian Second hand lightning hay press in Fine assortment of tooth brushes chinch at a revival at Corydon. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. pood shape for sale. 11. 1C. Wearon just received, to bo sold at ridiculously Eld. J. G. Livingston has just closed A Son. i low prices. Craig it Hoeker. a week's meeting at Old Bethel, which I A Tm:bet never too pood for Next week we want to sec the last of the old stock go out of the house. Here 'am, , In 20 nddltlons to the church. resulted e THE Southbound passenger. No. 2!J, work. That Is the reason we The trial of Win. Wren for m use the best yoods only. Penny's Drujr now arrives at 1:24 i M., or one minute raiding was still on at Lancaster, when The Tatcs Creek Association meets moving prices on what is left. W Storc' with the Baptist church hero earlier than formerly. 1,000 yards of 15c Hamburg at wo heard from there yesterday. 8c. and the ladles' aro preparing to enter1,000 yards of 10c Hamburg at - 6c. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Farmers. Ileturn nur sacks atonco D. P. Hall has a rare collection of tain the large crowd that is expected. 75 yards of 60c all over embroidery loc, or elso you will have to pay for them . old stamps, ranging In value from one Flllppinos in Europe entreat Presi500 yards of 50c Colored Embroidery at went to Louie- 12c. Miss Dora Strauii J. II. Baughman it Co, cent to $.'!, which lie expects to realize dent McKlnley to banish the friars 800 yards of 40c Colored Embroidery at vlllcyesterdny. Sc. n fortune out of. ' from tho Philippines as "a necessary 250 yards of C0c Colored Embroidery at ' - 5c. William LIamilton Is up after a THE Stephenson scalTold and enclos' "t antecedent to moral sanitation." The 25 pairs $2 25 Ladies' Oxfords at 49c. week's illness. ure aro being torn down, but the lumFlYE Days. Nannie Kendrick, faPhilippines are terribly priest ridden. Is very 111 with ber has not yet been sold. John II. Stetson's J4.50 Hats at J2.00. Mus. Vincent Geer miliarly known as "Cake Walker,"was The meeting at McCormaeks, conOther Fine Grade J2 50 Hats at $1.50. malarial fever. fined $.") In J ml go Carson's court SaturFINED. Percy Stewart, a colored by Elder George A. Klingman, A few Men's Heavy Ulsters at SI 50. Mrs. Joe Hardin, of Corbln. day for cursing nnd abusing Susan ducted boy, was fined $ In Jujlge Carson's continues to grow in Interest. There E. 13. Caldwell. Baughman, also colored. court for swearing on the street. . have only been two conversions, but Miss Nellie Dillon, of Lancaster, years ago the chol- the members have been greatly awakTwenty-fia- e is with the Misses Straub. LUMHER. Framing, boxing, fencing, Dozen Men's Heavy Net Shirts at 15c. 120 pairs Ladles' Button Shoes, Zeig-ler'- s Mrs. Addie E. 1'iullips has been shingles, boards, wire plank and mor- era was raging here, so Hort Hayden ened und the church done much good Four best make, your choice for $1.25. recalls, who tells us that on the 20th generally. The meeting will continue weeks. quite sick for several tice fence post. II. J. MeHoberts. of August, one white and six colored through this week. llOWMAN, of Danville, II MlSsVlROINA S..I Rev. J. B.Crouch tells us that 1,000 John Baptist Is the namo of a gen- persons died of tho disease. la with Miss Josephine Held. to 1,200 people gathered at the dediMiss Hessie Hurnside, of Garrard, tleman who registered ut the St. Asaph The Spencer Courier says all the cation of Fairview church Sunday, last week, no is a Baptist preacher. g with Miss Pearl Humsldo. country newspapers should cease to do when Dr. W. B. Crumpton preached a Arriving Paily. We solicit your patronage. Dr. J. T. UOHON, of Casey, spent Brass Knucks. George Owens, business with Geo. P. Howell it Co. powerful sermon on the object nnd several days with relatives here. colored, for striking Green Gill, also Wc didn't suppose that any of them Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Waller are colored, with brass knucks, was placed were fools enough to do business with mission of the church. Some 12 or 15 of the best singers from town wentoutand visiting nt George n. Wonren's. the sharks. in jail Saturday night. with the excellent voices there made of Lexington, Mrs. Annie James, splendid music to the accompaniment n Editor James Maret in a Swhaole'S Little Giant axle cutter cumo over to attend the association. write-uIn the Signal of Crab of tho organ by Mrs. J. B. Crouch, the Is the greatest Invention yet. Ask S. MRS. J. C. Hays Is back from a II. Baughman, Mack Bruce and others Orchard's business men and the town violin by Miss Lucllo Mencfee and the Peek's visit to relatives in Garrnrd. who have seen its work, about it. J. II. in general, shows very conclusively cornet by Joe F. Waters. Though it Prof. W. J. Craiu arrived Saturday Greer. tha' ne Is badly "struck" on the me- was not an all day meeting, many . and will open the academy tomorrow. spread dinners and fed a large number. tropolis of our East End. SEi'TEMHEE 24th is the last day for Air. J, H. Carter had about 0 to eat Sr.. of MadiMr. Samuel Piielrs, filing claims against Lincoln county. The colored Interior Journals with him and Bro. Crouch says he had son, is with his relative, Dr. C. Fowler. All claims filed after that date will be can't find n team to play them. They Miss Jennie West and sister, of carried over till next year. George B. had an engagement to meet the Dan- enough for 25 more when they were through. Ilarrodsburg, arc at Mrs. Alice Lytle's. Coojer, clerk. ville base ball club at Bryantsville Rev. S. A. Owens, of Richmond, will MR. DOC Drye is back from the Saturday, but that club failed to show Hurt's WlLHURN was arrested and up. They also went to Louisville Sun- preach the introductory sermon at '10:30 handling horEast, where he has been They Are On Our Bargain Counter This Week. at the Baptist Association hero this brought here from Crab Orchard Sat- day ses. but couldn't find a team that would morning. The organization of the body MRS. J. II. DUNN, of Danville, is urday afternoon by Marshal Shannon, tackle them. will then be etTected and the regular visiting her father, Mr. J. M. McKob-ert- s. of that place. He Is a white man and Is charged with adultery. all the order ol business commenced. The It is a remarkable fact that speakers at the republican convention meeting will last two days and 150 delMrs. Lizzie Dillon, of Lancaster, No. 1. Best Calicoes in Reds, Blues, Greys and Blacks at only 3Jc Miss anna Miller, of Lexington, hero Saturday are turncoats of the egates are expected. Among the disIt visiting her bister, Mrs. Mattle yard. No shoddy, but good goods, usually sold at 0c. With these on temperance in the interwill tinguished preachers, who willbepres-on- t basest kind. Each sought otllce from we ofier fast Color Lawns at only 3c yard. est of the W. C. T. U. next Saturday democrats and failing to get it, went from a distance, are: Rev. T. T. M. Owhns, ofSomersot, Mrs. Dr. J. evening, Sept. :i, at 8 o'clock at the over to the enemy, and now arc the Eaton, editor of tho Baptist Recorder, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. L. II. court house. All arc Invited. and A. C. Davidson, of loudest bawlcrsof the lot. No. 2. Full yard wide Fine Brown Cotton at only 3Jc. Cook. Georgetown College. Miss Mary colHeld Oyer. Bon McCormack, Lt. Woodson ITocker has boon THE Central Record Is kicking like of the Bnptist Orphans' to Dattory G. of the 5th Uogular ored, for stealing chickens from Joseph a bay steer because electric lights are Home, Louisville, will also be present. E. Wright, of Mllledgevllle. was held Artillery. No. 3. Men's oOc Shirts, nice goods, with or without collars, all not run all night in Lancaster. It Rev. H. C. Morrison has put an end ton crt Dime and children, of over to circuit court in Sl.'o at bis seems to us that Brer. Landram, who Mrs. sizes, at 35c each. You can't afford to miss these. Bristol, Teun., are visiting Mrs. trial Friday. He failed to mako bond. knew nothing better than a tallow can- to controversy on his account by withdrawing from tho Methodist church, Samuel Owens. IF you want to hear a lale of woe and dle until n year ago, ought to make because a stringent law was passed proMR. S. II. COOK and dnughtor, Miss a luck story, ask the av- out on half rations of electricity. hibiting an evangelist from going into Sallle, have both ooen ill with asthma, listen to hard erage man for a debt he owes you. It a Southern Methodlstpreacher's charge THE Texas State Journal continues but are about well. Is pitiful, as well as provocative of proand holding services without the conto send out notices of vast estates left Mrs. J. W. ALCORN and Miss Sotle fanity to put lheo prevaricators to ex- by people, who have no heirs there. sent of thai preacher. Ho says he went up to MIddlcsboro Friday to visit patiating. go to Terrell, Texas, in an The Inst tells of tho murder of Amos wanted to Mrs. T. M. Pennington. n swer to a call, 'to preach entire visWe forgo; to statu at the lime that McQulston, who left a large landed esMR. T. C. Witt, of Kingston, is of humble people, to thousands aing his niece, Mtss.Mlnnitt Munday, Edward Hubble, of the McKlnney sec- tate, which may be of Interest to the who, tho Lord willing, will meet me Uronaugh's. tion, got the 90 for tlying the highoet Gates and Renfroo families of Kenat Dr. G. W. there. Notwithstanding this meeting C'oRl'OUAL Vic H. Hall returned kite nt the Himonvtllo fair. The pre- tucky. Is to be Interdenominational, the pastor from Chlekamauga yostorday sick. He mium was given by J. L. Frohman it Watermelons were never as cheap of the Southern Methodist church at Co., of Danville. thinks, however, he has no fevor. and as plentiful as now, a large one that place has forbidden my coming to Mr. Jackson McCiiord, of WinLAST Hoi. Manager Gus Hofmann, selling at only 5c. Tho season has preach to the people." Tho law is on his chester, wns here Sunday to 'see of Crab Orchard Springs, telephons been most auspicious for all croirs the pastor's side and he didn't want to "Ve will store wheat at a less price than you can store pretty sweetheart who is visiting here. us that the last big hop of the season and tho husbandman's heart ought to precipitate a church trial. MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. McIJOHERTS, will be given Wodnosday evening, 111, be happy at the prospect of having to ? Queen it Crescent low excursion rate it yourself. All who stored last year made money, Also of Corbln, woro an yesterday's train and Invites all our young people to build additional barns to hold his G. A. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. Junction, whore they come and onjoy It. going to Lebanon grain. will either buy, store or sell you sacksto storc. Call and Ask your agent will live. M. A. Graves, half Graves. Mrs. THE new Hustonvillc Fair AssociaDr. and Mrs. Lee Huffman resec us. turned much rofroshed from their tion declared a dividend of 2.per cent, sister of Mrs. Mary Penny, died in 2oo-Aor- c 11 stay at Harbor Point, Mich. Lexing- which is a moslexcollent showing. The Lexington Sunday night about ef a o'clock, aged about OS. Her death was All lit fnnii . !ltinlitl laml the OM (.renWrry ollleors and directors are to bo congratwell watered. Two ton Herald HriitM tftxxl M' k Kirn umler "lUn, way they due to paralysis and Mrs. Penny was uir il L.u t;m.s. tir.nleiTr Uriglit, construe THE Dispatch says that Samuel W. ulated for tho business-lik- e Maiifonl, with her during the several days of her tiou l Ky. Mencfee, of the Deaf and Dumb Inti managed the wholo alTulr. extreme illness. Mrs. Graves was a of Danville, is In Louisville worktuto Ninety-two- . One of the managers member of the Christian church and ing up pupils for that school. of the Louisvillo colored excursion died In tho fullness of glorious hope. SERO. MAJ. P.OWAN SAUFLEY Is Sunday, E. II. Farmer, tells us that he rapidly convalescing from a severe case A CUT In shirts was precipitated sold i2 tickots from here at 91. To for tenfever, under tho of and that tho train went yestcrduy between Severance it Sons the round-tri- p TO der nursing of a loving mother. and tho Louisville Storc, which made into tho city with over 100 on board. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Traylor have things lively for a while. Each began returned from Corbln, Mr. Travlor OUR streets nro In a fearful condition to cut until a good shirt could bo had owing to continued lllnoss having to and the mooted question as to whoso at either place for ISc and a fair one resign his Job of locomotive firing. Very low rates will bo In ef- business lt is to koep them in repair, for 10. Men who happened to bo i feet from nil points in mo X. Craiu, who is nearly So the town or county, should be settled around rushed In and not until both Mr. J. South to Cincinnati nna ro- Itum vln tho Queen fit Crei- years old, has beon vory low for the and work begun on them at once. It Is stocks of tho kind had been exhaust(cont Houto nnd its connect ling lines during tho past month. Ills trouble Is a general dangerous to drive faster than a walk ed did the fun end. Tho Severances giving away, and It Is thought ho can over East Main Street. disposed of between "; and 100 nnd the 1M. not recover. Caught. James Roberts, who was Louisville Store about AiTER several weeks of deliberation, two years ago for disturbing Russell Springs Fair. Sheriff BI32dNfltlonalEncamnmentf Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKlnney have Indicted religious worship, was arrested near Sam M. Owens, who attended the Rusdecided to name their first born Nancy Sept. 5th to 101b, 1898. by Edmond Murphy Wed- sell Springs fair, tells us that tho first Kathorlnc, for Its mamma and aunt, Klngsvllle Tickets will be on sale nesday and brought to town. He exhibition of that association, which 8ept. 3rd to 9th Inclusive, Mrs. W. II. Wearon. (rood returning Hepi.utn nnd was fined will be a permanent one, was all that Mr. D. 13. CARSON, late of Crab Or- asked an Immediate trial Extension of limit to Oc Is working out. could havo been expected. Good stock tober 2nd. can be secured1 chard and Inter of McMinnvllle, Tonn., $20, which he by depositing- ticket with nnd tho Russoll county.j was ou hand Joint Affent. Call on your has been promoted to freight agent of Great Change. Having secured a Ticket Airent or write for w ft tho Western it Atlantic railroad with lucrative position with J. P. Jones my people were untiring in their efforts to full information to muko everybody havo a good timo. headquarters at Atlanta. now find me there. C. W. Zell. Cincinnati customers will T each day, that a T.1.IfTC .An,... ff. Slnest train IK. .UUUIlia U. Lliniia 10 v.uun-iii- - ri Tnanklng them for their support in tho Largo crowds attended ll PH.AA Im ti Stanth. Through ll nlntlne a trln to Colorado and New past, I still ask a continuance of tho of Thursday being estimated at 4,000 to ft Pullman'Bleepera on handsome J j,' ruii uuir Mexico for tho benefit of his health. 6ame. Any orders loft to my car,o in 5,000. As usual Lincoln county was "In i..Tinniiui iraini Savannah, from Jacksonville, His many friends hope that ho will find either branch will have my prompt at- It" and a number of blue ties woro Atlanta, Columbia, nacon, Slrmlnirham. Meridian. Kew awarded those of her citizens who took it unnecessary. Advocate. tention. Kate Dudderur. Orleans, Ashevllle. Knoxvuie, stock there. Sheriff Owens won the Chattanooga. Lexington, ate. Miss Mary Elkin, a Stanford belle, through to Cincinnati without those who aro pulling at tho pub- premium for the best and fanciest turnIf will visit Miss Eugenia Bush this week. chance, via tha famous Her charming faco and lovely manners lic teut had been taken out and the out. Ho drove John Stcelo Carpo ntor's At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. liavo won hosts of friends everywhere turncoats excluded, there would hard- handsome pair of bays and was accom& ly have been enough republicans on panied b,y Miss Cora Kinnaird, a Metsho goes. Lancaster Record. Saturday calfe county beauty. Mr. Carpenter ROUTE h Miss Elizahetji McEmvain return- - handand dried to havo presented tho also took a half dozen or so ties on his resolutions. Only reFriday morning, to tno cut led to Franklin for revenue only take much fine horses. C. C. Carpenter, also oT THE THIRD SESSION OF irecrret of everyone who knows the publicans politics in this county. tho West End, got most everything he .. ylovely young lady. James MeElwain Interest In showed for and Dr. Hawkins Brown got uwsioy went wiin ner iiumu una win The fith Illinois' Regiment crack three "slick" ties on his buggy horso. Ky. be gone soma timo. band will accompany tho Lexington Tho speed races did not all fill, but Ky,, Odd Follows to Llnniotta tomorrow, county trotting and runniug races and Offers instruction in Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Study, viz: lines of 31st, and will furnish music for tho mulo races woro substituted and proved Begins Sept. 8. Civil Engineering, threePedagogy,Scientific which leads Mathematical, Biological and to a degree. Twenty-Eigeach of Chemical, Classics and danco both day and night. All the Odd both interesting and enjoyable. Mr. Spectacles at Craig it Hooker's. Professors and Assistants. Laboratories and museums large and well equipped. The Academy for coming session has Full Fellows in this section aro Invited and thinks tho association will de- Faculty of Five. Experienced Teachers nil County appointees receive frco tuition, matriculation, fuel and ligls and room rent. about many will go. Tho Leader says that Owens collegiato year. Hlgglns it McKlnney See oolleRo graduates. Knrollment lust year 105. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full clare ft big dividend. Excellent couies offered In Latin, Greek. Board in dormitories i'2.25 per week, in privato iamilies $2 50 to $3. Board, uniduring tho day a prize will bo given for wheat fertilizers. English, Mathematics, Scicako walker and already severRev. W. C. Tharp, who spent ono Gorman. French.Music, Oratory nud Physical form, books and washing need not exceed 1120 per year. ences. History. Glasses, Cans tho best Mixed Spices, Jelly in Fall Term al society young men havo entered for night in Glasgow this week, had just Culture. Terms modoruto. Hoarding deull that could bo wished In way and, Jars at Warren it Shanks'. Preliminary Examinations llrst Monday in September. meeting he had hold nt partment Nand convenience. For particulars this contest, which will prove to be an como from a of comfort For catalogues and other information apply to supplies and books for the interesting featuro of tho day's pro- Lowlsburg, Tenn., with Co conversions. and Catalogue, address tho Principal.M. School D., A. JAMES O. UOLLEY, 34 I Times. gram. public school at W. B.McRoberts'. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL HlCJ bargains in slippers Severance & Sons. nt t0o. Brick. Walter Greening has begun operations In his urlck yard h ore again. J CHURCH CHATTER. 3 Glearanee Sale ! to-da- y - very low prices to close 1898 out stock on hund. A. C. Sine, lumber, 30, I will make toll-gat- ', IsvU-ltlng.Mr- s. Boys' Overcoats, 6 to 9 Yrs., 65c. fc New Fall Goods mm ... JOHN P. JONES. three-colum- p "A w m Big Oilers. Nc-viu- s. as-sig- severance: & sons. sanctl-ficatio- immmMmmmmmMmmmMmmi m Farm For Sale, jrt llluc-Ora- J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. typho-malurl- Low Rates For GUSH Only I Cincinnati I i i G.A.R. Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. , LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAREN A SOW. f...r. L .1 a Iueeh Crescent $ Wesleyan Academy State College of Kentucky, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ht At Burnslde, Thursday, 'i. begins second Tuesday September. i f JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pl. D.L. I. Pre. - , .. ;jfc.sssjyfcgfc- i ; : t r REPUBLICAN CONVENTION LAND AND STOCK. THElNTERIORJOURNAL EXDOKSKS DAVISON AND DENOUNCES MOST KVEKYTIllNO ELSE. Corn in the field Is selling at $1.2u in IWttttttHttttttttH & ;t it Sj-aa- Quito n fair sprinkling of republican J. C. Fox bought in tho East End 80 mi vi. .m, miiii'm K' 3? a'bllcli.oa.'Xia.ao days ollieeholdcrs nml turncoats met at the Km pound hogs at 3 10. AT court-hous-e Saturday afternoon and be- - The acreage of tobacco In this otato 32 P1CH YKAH IX pan business by maklnp Hon. B. B. this year Is placed at 237,039. V When not 10 paid 032. CO will lie charged. Kinp chairman. Ho accepted the honor AUx, 2:031, is being worked to the with thanks and then E. ,E. Pattoreon errand wagon at Bryn Mawr farm. Hustonvillo, - Kentucky is a good thing to bo rid of, because bail blood is tho wus made secretary. The chairman W. P. Grimes has bought recently a breeding placo or" disfiguring and dangerous diseases. Is l.lnmltV" Otlen liltMTTkvi to tlii immiiIh then nppolntt-- the following commit- bunch of steer calves at about 315. nd Coh'v cuuntlft lull liM.k ol uttiiiiniid l,kYOUK blood bad? You can have good blood, which is puro tee ou resolutions, Dr. R. L. Davison, iiaiwirioii iiand Robert Burnett has rented of Fores-tu- s Si l. ti. Carvnlcr. Manager. blood, if you want it. You can bo rid of pimptag, boils, GISD. J. A. Chappell, J. A. Blaln, Bright Reld the Hays farm for next year. Ferrell and A. G. Faulkner. blotches, sores and ulcers. How? tty tho uso of Dr. Ayer's James M. Forsythe, Sr., of Mercer, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Resolved 1. That we approve of the aged 70, has never fired either a gun or Sarsaparilla. It is tho radical remedy for till diseases call for the district convention, which pistol. originating in tho blood. at 1:0S a. m. Loulsvillo, Ky., No. 6 Arrrivcs at Stanford meets In Danville on Tuesday, Aug. .'0, . Sterling R. Holt has been racing six No. i leaves btanfonl at , 2.10 A. M. Howlaudat 12 00 THY. to nominate a candidate for congress. No. 21 years and is still ellglblo to tho 3:00 " Dr. Ayer's Saroanarill.t was recommpmled in tun l.r mo AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN 3:0 P. m. No. 22 Lemes Stanford at 2. We endorse tho wise and patriotic tihyatcian as a blood purifier. class. When I Ivorim takinir it i I'LAXS. administration of President McKinley had boIU all over my body Ono bottlo cured rno." W. M. Bright is the bossjjwbeat KNOXVILLE DIVISION. and congratulate him upon the success- raiser. His averaged 2. bushels to Bonnei: Ckajt, "Wesson, Xllss. I The Ladles Kcstaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for Indies ful termination of the war with Spain, the acre. ...12 37 p in .... Spending the day in the city, Ho. 21 Train going North and favor the rentcntlon of all territo... 2 41 a in " " Ho. 26 " Four line Polled Angus bull calve Gcntlcnrn'ri Cafo on cfilc'o fioor. am ...12 " outh now held by American arms. No. 25 " ... five months old, for sale. J. S. Owsley, H p m ry ' No. 23 " ;i. That we endorse tho State adminTHOMAS A. MULLICAN, For allll'olnts. Sr. Stanford. istration and commend Gov. Bradley jIMnunger. McCor-inac- k RO'JGH TICKETS fcOLD. T. A. Coulter sold to Emmett 11AGOAUE CHECKED THROUGU. for upholding: tho law and suppressing: iMusic Tucsilav, Thursday nml Similar COO 13 yearling stoers, weight For anr Information enquire ol Evcninv. (mob rule. pounds, at $24. 4. We approve of Hon. George M. JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, mile on a boulevard Tho record for a Stanford, Ky. Davison's course as a member of conat Lowell, Mass., was maio by Bicyclist gress and point with pride to the fact Dodge in 1:49 " FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. ! that he has voted to uphold the adminJoel J. Walker, of Garrard, sold to 1. O. O. F.) istration upon all issues pertaining to H. Bell, of Ohio, 21 feeding cattle, a. m. and 3 p. Trains leaTe Frankfort at 0:30 (J. A C. and reach-t., with the good of the country and we hereby Oct. 1 to 10 delivery, at 4c. onnectlne at Georgetown 10 r. i. ing Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:connecting Itve raris instruct the delegates selected by this "j LMMJMMatJtOBOMutMMt-.- , at A M wSWKLawkmwMzzI&l J at:20 a. M. andC.5:30 P. it., J. M. Coffey sold to Lyon : Allen 20 reaching Frankfort at 11.55 convention to cast the vote of Lincoln and with 11 i. fo" Oct. I to 13 deliv"nd ' steers loSErn B, NEWTON, A. O. P. A. county for his renomination. ery at 4c for 21 and 3jc for five. 10 5. That wo denounce The Mt. Vernon Signal says that H "TjWByBki i S71 b v 1 m'iM mtbMWb1 BA 1 CRESCENT. law and join ail people Goebcl election QUEEN & of Rockcastle, raised 33 V B B B B tH K I IB B BBB K B IH ' I vlvl of the State in condemning It as a force Jim Moore, bushels of wheat to the acre. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Ml bill In its most odious form and repug11 p m 12 02 p m No. 2 North...-- .! No. 1 South T. A. Coulter is feeding for a Boyle 3 41am nant to the sense of justice of all true 11 40 a in " No. 8 " "4 J county party 130 hogs. He is to got 1118am " 6 " ......131pm Kentuckians. No. 5 " It bbbbbU hAbbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI wtmci 6 00 am I Mv Lrl V .Br 8 05 pin "10 " No. 9 " per pound for what he puts on them. 3c C. That wc denounce the gerryman"No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pisen-Rer- s Tickets will bo on sale Sent. 10, 17 and from South of Somerset. 9 and lo run no Hon. J. S. Owsley Sr., eold 1,300 IS, returning good leaving lloston not lathan Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Som der of our congressional district as unbushels of wheat to J. H. Baughman ter than Sept. SO, lSiW. For tickets and erset. lawful and unconstitutional. full information call on Ticket Agcnu 7. Wo renew our allegiance to the fc Co., at 33c. It had somo smut In It. "IH; Four Houte," or add row, C. Rankin and M. B. Eubanks re T. Royal makes the food pure, St. Louis platform as laid down by the 4 We nre new Improvements. Some manufacturers Imitate K. (. MtCDRMirK. U'AltltKX J. I.Y.M II. wholcsone and republican party in 1S96 and stand firm- ceived from Pulaski county Saturday CO We don't; out this year with some Tratllc Mirr A, l.rn. 1'a.t A Tkt. Ait wo originate. Perfect In balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. extra good sheep, which they paid 3c UXriNNATI.O ly for American labor and an honest . for. dollar. The chrysanthemum stake run nt 8. We denounce civil service as a fraud and we hereby condemn it as des St. Louis Saturday was won by Sea lien you are oflered a disc drill. Others aro imitations. We were tillable to fil tructive of the fundamental principles Lion. Htttlck was won second and our orders l.wyear, and kindly ask you to plnce your order with'us early for the Ixmi of our American government, and con- Esplnage third. on earth. The Burgln Messenger reports sales trary to the genius of our American HIGG-IN- S institutions and we demand Its speedy of a number of suckllug horse mule colts at 823 and many lots of sheep at repeal. 10. We denounce the Bronston prison $3 to 83.50 each. In the stomach of a cow slaughtered Bumps won the rich 2:03 pace at In Armour's plant tit the stockynrds , Knn oMM bill, whereby SO State otllclals were Acw of Tint-mGlenn Falls, N. Y., Saturday, defeat- last week wna found a cold medal In iM',,oUf.,Lu.,,7i.,nir "M"'"Tiii" robbed of their positions. "'"r,?""' m. inK ptlv ! Kjwi 9. That the following delegates arc ing Anaconda, who came second, and the form of a Maltese cross which drimi. - h ami M j .darm. iiH,. ": Htf recommended to cast the vote of Lin a big field. Best time 2:00. has been identified and returned : ., Daniel Brown, of Maryvllle, Mo., .iu us u uei , .U llust. I., ...l.ll u sliiuuit coln county in the district convention, n uu Absolutely Pure wiiiiu J- which meets in Danville, on Tuesday, bought of Dr. E. J. Brown two jacks girl 17 years ugo on one of prairie Co., for 8333: of W. H. Brown one for 8200 paths of Texas. Aug 30, to wit: 5 TINNING & PLUMBING, KOUND1CD lHOrJ. J. H. Mink, R.RlfTe, M.T. Reynolds, and of Lilburn Gooch one for 8300. ROYAl rOACIR CO., NEW YORK. Pony Beazley, of Garrard, who has A. G. Faulkner, J. M. Johnson, B. ICY 120 of the finest export cattle in this Lunsford, G. Haley, H. Roe, John U now prepared to do all kind of Humblnr and Tlnnlnp. Chappell, Thomas Ferrell, F. W. Dil- part of the State, refused an offer of 3c projirlctoM of llenn' IllacW Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephono No. bTANlOltI, KV from a Cincinnati party the other day. lon, John Edmiston, B. B. King Dr. v, irijut.-iit.-rnop OH .11111 St., OIltfl J H. Ilaujrhman .t Co. Mill W. D. Tardif, Joe Reed, John Cook. C. H. Meng, of North Mlddletown, f Alternates: H. P. Camnltz, Jas. has sold 500 barrels of now corn to bo : Hocker, Fred Bishop, Thos. Benedict, delivered at 31.50. He recently sold B. Record, S. Blankenship, John Sin- 1,000 bushels of new wheat at 70c A HE- Otll'-over H.clin A. MoKlnnev Store. gleton, Henry Reld, E. Patterson, R. Parts News. Will enter upon llo fourth Tears' work u siiaiv o( tliC patronage of the comHOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & lth greatly IncroRxod facilities. 50 munity L. Davison, Tim Hayden, John Blaln, F. M. Bishop, of Jessamine, on si SURGEON, Thos. Cuin, Jas. Bishop, Thos. Phillips. acres In 1S97 raised 95G bushels of MONDAY, SEPT. The resolutions were adopted and wheat which he sold at 81 per bushel. I - ; s Instruction thorough, no Cool, Exhilarating, Iiestful. Music, speeches, the This year on the same land Mr. Bish-o- i) after several m Select, private, number limited: no idler and Good Living. Ofllce over HIrrIim .t McKliincv'n Store. , l':irm of 200 Acre-.- one mile of Hubble, convention adjourned. raised 014 bushels which only wnntetl. For terms and condition of V Ky. Acres to co In wheat. .13 to jjo In brought him 03c per bushel. Journal. com. balance In clover and applv lo "For Terms addess. Krai. Or will HUBBLE, DK..T.S STAlMM'rin . rent Improvements un sru m partite. I'or The Michigan peach crop is enor further Crnb Orclmrd, Ky GUS HOFMANN, Information anjilv to Mrs. W. C. Floyd, of Pulaski county, mous and selling at 50 cents a bushel. Tho rnrmcrt Hank . Trut Co.. located O. A MVINKIIKOAI). Hubble. Kv.. O. II. Swluebroiil, I.iiuciKter. Kv. 501m nt Munford. In the :titto of Keutuekv. N Or is visiting J. F. Rigney and family. Near Benton Harbor M. W. Rose elolii up lis niTaln.. All creditor of"iill Elder Klndrlck Reed, of Florida, "is bought a farm for 83,000. From the ! Hank therefore are herein notltled to their Hank for first crop he paid $5,000 of tho purvisiting friends in this community. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. The supper given by tho Ladies Aid chase price, and now is clear of all J. H.OWSLEV, Cashier. : If not oold privately before, we will ell Society of the Christian church was a debt. Good peach land brings from at auction 011 sATL'llDAV, OCT. I. 1,9 a As xoriitorj of the lat will of Wyatt Hugliei, Tho Lincoln County National Hank, of Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd success In every respect. Some 2o0 or 3100 an acre, according to location. Jeof4el, we will, on Stanford. Ky.. hn ucrcedfd tho I'lirment Farm Acres, 87 Everything Porters 300 people were present, and all were Cablo Hank .t Trust C).. Commissioner Moore says: Tho es htunford, Ky.. mill Pork one mile from lluttoti89 meet all trains. Aug. 31, 1898. hns itstiiiel nil Itsofliabilities, itkoti nml On Hanging siuiiiuru piKe. n i well im- bountifully fed, children at loc and timate average of wheat harvested In viiit'uii uu' MMir the farm, aliit two mllei entire buslnex. P. proved, with house of eight room, all tho adults at 2oc. The best of order pre- Kentucky this year was G27,97S acres, ell to Uie II. SHANK?, from Itanville, on the t Hill tuniiille. A. S. iieecary outhouse, well watered and unJ. II OWSI.I'.V. Cnshler. ahout vailed. Everybody was made to feel the estimated average yield 14 bushels der good fence. Sale U for the purjioto of ' SMtUfactory dtvMou. Write to uii of tho at home, and the proceeds amounted to per acre giving a total yield of S.791,-09- 2 Burgeon uuderHlgned for further teirtlculars or call 31.). ThU place adjoin tueforiu.of J. t Caldwell. W.T Lincoln County National Sank. Dentist, bushels. Tho average price was Koljlnwn, . on or address J. Ino tit llu.tonvllle. The plan cuiitalnt a Kv J. F. Rignev sold some heifers to estimated August 1 to be 00 cents per dwelling, and nttirrs. and ueiewary outbulldim. two harm J V. Dryo. .Mrs J. I' I'lddlor. Mr. Kato The aoll - fertile, in a hUii Mate ol culuratlon.aiid TUnAPl'ltV DKPARTrtENT. Geo. Woods at about 3i. Much of the bushel, which would make the crop nmenor thk It. Terhune and Mrs It C rail ley. jnltudi.il)- waitrtii. aixi at tne Mine time and COMITIIOI.t.KII TIIC ClHHE.NCV. plate, the IoUiiwIiik perxtnalty brood mam and McEoberts' Drug Store in theftOwslej wheat has almost rotted In the stack, worth $5,802,315. OfisasTer I). C , AUKUxtotii, rolH. heed ol line work limit. 4 Mill- .... mule Wushltictoii. Building. on account of careless stacking and B. S. Mattingly sold to Price Hud-so- and calm. & he.ul ol lliie ho, o atre of mm in Wliorons. by atNfactor evidence the Held, 31 arret of hay In the tack, a lot of farm heavy rains. T. C RunUin has of New Orleans, 40 extra good lug uteiitll-- , ruekawjj, hrxgij, houehold aod to the undersigned. It Iiiih been iniide tonpiienr that Tho Ljucolii Comity Nabought the Lee Stone farm of C. D. bugar mules, of his own feeding, at u kitchen fumituie JX-JUcGfyVTheailewlll l held on the pteinK'j, and will tional Hank of Stnuford," In the city of Y Powell, on Dlx river, of 100 acres, for rise of 8130 per head, to be shipped In commence at m , harp. . Mauioni, in the county of Lincoln and l Tmuh. I he land will tf sold cadi, Ptntoof Kentuck-.- , ha compiled with all 82,000, for his brother George, who September. The bunch ranks among balance In two emial irayiiieutnof oneand two eara, tho provMon of the Statute of the United now lives in Wayne county, but will the finest that have been fed In this w Ith 0 ier cent. lutereM on deferred parineiil fnmi States, required to bo coinp led with lefore tl.ir of sale. Tho er.olial rnperty will he kiM on move to it, Jan, 1st, '09. vicinity for some time, and tho price the following teuiM Siimiot 10 and under, cadi an association shall be authorized to comStanford, Ky., ionium lime wiiiioih inter mence the buslucs of H.iuklni. in paid for them surely argues that the et.nanu.oTersiu, uirvu I.I'IIIIAIM lIU.IILi,. Now, therefore, George M. Collin, Deputy About one month ago my child mule market Is again approaching tiKOIKil IlK.Hl,, and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do J II 111 (.11 which is fifteen months old, had an at- the old time figures. Lebanon Enterhereby certify that "Tho Lincoln County I ieculor. T. D. Hnglltli, Auciloncr iiauicof Manford In tho City of tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vom- prise. staiilonl. In tho Couuty of Lincoln nud iting. I gave itsuch remedies as are us State of Kentucky, N aiithorled to tho biulne of Hanking as provided Goods Warranted. ually given in such cases, but as nothing A preacher came to a newspaper $10,000 Sale of lincoln Csuntj Refun In fifty ono hundred and sixty nine gaye relief, we sent for a physician man this way: "You editors dare not of the Hovlsed Statutoof the United States. Fit Guaranteed. Bonds. ding1 In testimony whereof wlti.o my band and It was under his care for a week. tell the truth. If you did you could ollico this ninth day of August, and seal of Give Him a Call. At this time the child had been sick not live, your newspaper would bo a Wo the undondgned Committee appointed for about 10 days and was having about failure." Tho editor replied: "You GEO. M. COITIN. a Dejiuty mid Actlug Comptroller of tho 2.i ntinrtitlnna of thr Mnivnla nvttfv .... aro right, and tho minister who will at at Special Turin of the l'ltcul Court of . , Lincoln County, held Aujr 10. 1M', will, Cunency W.W.J T NATIONAL And Dealer in hours, and wc were convinced that un- all times and under all circumstances pursuant to nn onder of said court, on No. 47, his members, dead less soon obtained tell the OF STANTOIll), KY. HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. live. it Chamberlain's rcllof It would not or alive,truth about occupy his pulpit 24, 1898, will not Colic, Cholera STANFORD, KY. and Diarrhoea Remedy wus reccomond-ed- , more than one Sunday, and then ho At 2 v. m., offer for sale publlelv In front of Capital Stock $100,000. thfc Surplus, $15,750 door In , 40 and I decided to try it. soon not will find it necessary to leavo town in Lincoln County Honds of Stanford, Ky tho deiiomlnatloii THE Attention o( the public li called to tlio fact that iced a change for the better; by its a hurry. The press and pulpit go hand of 5250 each. Said bonds to run 15 year thli lithu only Natioui-- Hank In Stanford. Vn-- a Isoip I'll'S MEITEST Ith the privilege ruvlloin continued use a complete cure was iu hand with whitewash brushes and live yearn, bearintf of redeeming hamo ufter SYSTEM. der tho are reared ol the National Uauk Act llvo per cent. luterest deKMltors not only br the capital itotk brought about and it is now perfectly pleasant words, magnifying little vir- per nuuum, payaulo annually. Lilt by the itockliolderii' llablfllr for an amount Hoods to bear Interest from Sept. 21, 1893 equal in theitock so that dciNnhorioftliUlnitltu-tlohealthy. C. L. Boggs, Stumpton, Gil- tues into big ones. The pulpit, the are aecured by a fund ol i.'CO.ooo. lire aworn l'ENETHATES JAS. P. HA I LEV. stateuioutiol the rendition ol the Hank are made are the great mer Co., W. Va., For sale by Craig & pen and the grave stono GEO. H. COOPEIl, VCom'teo pacli year to the Cnilrd Stair. tiovtniiiint .n.i -- tu II. 1IKLM, Hocker, Druggists. EIGHT GREAT STATES aueu are examined at utated tluicsbyRoTeriiuienti. saint making triumvirate. agenn, tnu atcurltn additional andirlect lalet m denoslton. Kentucky. Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia toThU Cool Wisconsin Resouts.-TI- io The Owensboro Messenger has just Institution originally established as the North and South Carolina, 1898. ojit Hank ol Stanford In 1S.M, then reorganizedDe. Monon Route via Chicago is tho proper ended a test case to decide whether a at Alubama, Mississippi. the National Hank ofStautord la ImU audaitaln line. Writo E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., man can bo made to pay for a news GREEN BRIAR reoranlied as the First National Hank of Stanford In lbH'i, has had prncllrally an uninterrupted existMonon Route, Louisville, for pamph- paper that he has been reading for years. It Is better .upplled now ence for lacllltles for transacting business promptly and wlf lets, rates and time tables for all re years, although he repeatedly ordered liberally than erer before In Its Ion and liononMo I announce thatthU popular sumsorts in Wisconsin, Minnesota and It stopped, but did not pay for the mer wish to will bo open ciwr. Afcounts of Indlyiduals, dduclgries.flrun Between Louisville nni1 the South. resort for tho accommodaacdlndlrlduals solicited. Michigan. Information cheerfully time in arrears. Ho continued taking tion of gUt'ot.i. DIHKCTORS. given and services of an agent to meet It from the postolllco and read it every F. Held, Lincoln Co.j all parties on arrival of trains at LouJ. W. Hayden, Stanford DAILY if the man got week. The court held isville and Chicago rendered free. ' J S. Hocker, T. P. Hill, Each vay between LouUvlIle and Lexington the paper from tho postolllce, read it , Heduued rato-- during tho first month. W. T. Walton ' V. A. Tribble. ' f; " Cplllfir.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vcrnc-Three persons ure dead and 21 ser- and received the benefit of it, he should Tor Information in regard to rates, etc., W. A. TUKIC, O. P. A.. M , O.KItuore, btanford. J. Itecd, O. P. A., Chicago. iously lil from eating' poisoned ico pay for It, and gave judgement in fa- nddress Washington. D. O. OFFICERS. T. II. WKIGHT, W. II. TAVLOE. A. 0. P. A. E. 11. Bacon, D. P. A., LouUvUJe, Ky cream at Mlddletown, N. Y. 2.' Crab Orchard, Ky. j;S. Hocker, President; J.J. MclloWrts Caihli vor of tho Messenger. Louisville. Ky Garrard. anirridav" VDV-.-TCIS Bad Blood Acii", well wntiriM and In tine Male of rulllTi Hull. Iiiiumi, Kirni, iirclunT, Ac. Co t:i Mid liny erupt ran 1m ltulit. IYM4un Kltcn to nilt purWmKT Call 011 or addrvm, .1. C. l.Vt FARM FOR SALE, .AOTI.1& Bd -U-l- Undortaker, offt - 5BUJf fun LOUISVILLE HOTEL -- Arrl-cs- : 1 Take Ayer'S Sarsaparma aagillHiiiiiiiiaiiaiMa,.,.! "f Tl"l iFMifTTl MX Willi li I M IBBMISSEBKSSvJMfal j -- 3. Odd Fellows, 1 ii (teorgo-tow- n Sovereign Grand L.oljjc. m 1,000-poun- d the'-Infamou- s Boston, Mass., Sept. to 24, 1808. I 1 . I One Fare for Round Trip W Km mmrnKMBSMMaKMX W ''Big Four Route, tJ fun-tti- dllcl. l'i. Always Ask For The "Superior," & McKINNBY. Sale or Kent -' nin-(.n- T?1 POWDER BAKINO FIRE INSURANCE PHENIX Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. I ii I -I 'II T. Jones, ji-t- Caledonian Insurance oi Scotland. DR, P. W. CARTER, STANFORD, r CRAfr ORCHARD SPRINGS -Amuse-.menu- RB.MAHONY.Agt, HOME -- Dentist, Stanford, Ky. DR. R. M. PH6LPS. COLLEGE Kentucky. NOW OPEN. soM-M- V g FOR RENT 1 Stanford, 5th, '98. whitc-rashim- Prop. NOTICE. 5-- 7t Mason Hotel first-clas- s. pr-et- it claliiina-rulin-Kil- d Iancaster, Kentucky. EXECUTORS' SALE! ii.ii-tnu- FARM FOR SALE of (- -2 Wednesday, PRICE, Hra-an- Pro-.lden- t. 2io Acres of Land. - 11 Stanford, Ky. 22i 1 1 - n, -- iire-sont- 1 1 H. C. RUPLEYp -- ntJL forotie-thln- The Merchant Tailor, i Is Receiving ltis Fall And Winter Goods. coni-men- UNDERTAKER! ... 3l'-l2- . FIRST BANK. Saturday, Sept. Court-Hou- so SoutfiBm Railway TAKE THE l -- n MONON,' I m Season of Tlie Popular Route to SPRINGS Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS CHICAGO. TTTISnE: j , 189S. THREE L k A. A.IMrKInney.As.UtantCashler. Wo i .ifc -- . 'i -