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ML VERNON, POLITICAL or NO. 54 POINTS, DANVILLE, i i Tho stockholders of the Citizen's National Bank mot Monday und dectd od to ruducu tholr capital stock from 8100,000 to $.0,000. This roductlon was brought about by the excessive tax rato. Tho sick boys, Charloy Wnlkur, Harry Robinson, John Farm and Claude Whorrltt, nro all better; barring accidents. John Farm will bu out soon. Tho oiiso Inn not fully dovolopud with Claudo Whurrltt yot. Nuws from Cloll Johnston, who Is down at Sulphur r. Woll with fovor. says hu U much Purtoti Is dangorously 111 Jack bet-tu- W TvY'rtnlnint Ul P.nnirfn(ntt'n 1?tV nf .'.UILUIV"I Miss Alico Lewis, who has located in In tin fll'i lUTtftll rilittflftr aw ' VI lllll biawwv III Kansas, is visiting Mrs. Will Cox and Rival factions of the silver republi- will preach at the Baptist church Sun ' Experience you wi know cans lought for the possession of the day morning. othur relatives. Esloy Lackey, a colored boy, died of opora-housTho ongagoment of Miss Raster Bryat Colorado Sprint's, nnd . a peculiar disease of the throat, despite Charles Harris, of the attacking party, ant and Mr. Walter Scott Gloro has been announced. was killed. Cause of Our Success Lies in the thu boMt medical attontlon. Mr. N. If. Tunis sold Mrs. Alex The Pathfinder, published ut There are sovural cusos of fever In ? says thut Judge W. L. Dunn for Dr. A. W. Johnstone, of Cin. town. Mrs. Rowsoy and George Pen. Rrown will win In thu primary for cir- cinnati, n brick house on Main Su, for nington have been quite ill. Of Our Goods, Making People Travel Mr. Tunis bought of Mrs. MaAndrew Raker .gave M. J. Miller cuit judge Suturduy week. The paper $1.02 3200 for u small lot adjoining the one doesn't mention Its homo candidate, ry Dai is n lot un Lexington Ave., for SHOO. on which his stood baforv! Hon. John Henry Wilson. To pationizc n; especially to see such lines as Stetson Rats. Stacy Adams Shoes, One of the delegates to the conven HogsOlt Academy started Wednes- .Manhattan Shirts. tho lire. He will robulld. Suet Orr I'.uits. Hest Ulothing Made. All Goods Guaranteed. )'. boarders. They urc exCatholic servluos were hold nt tho tion that nominated Jones, for appellate day with with fovor. pecting muuy more. Miss Joe Rcld's ShorKT Sanders loft Monday for tho rcsldcucu of Mrs. John Fish a fowdays judge, said: "We nro tired of nominapenltontlnry at Frankfort, having lu ago. Two nuns also visited hare re- ting jumpers for office, so we named a school matriculated 0 scholat p. Cald KY. 136. chnrgo llvo prisoners Frank Turner, cently und umluuvored to make co- mun with a oarrol, who Is willing to well college oponod with about 100 enrollment. Centre whl commence the stealing, one yoar; John nvert. There will probubly be u church knock out tho head to bo elected." white, hog Mr. Settle is not an expansionist. In 14th. Shank, alias "Monkey John," horse here soon. Thieves aro still numerous. Every Little Ray Miller was kicked by a his spoech at Paris he paid he vus opstealing, two year; Speed Young, 1 is rob live years; W. Potts, horee and b.idly hurt last week. Miss pose.! to the annexation of the Philip few nights some chicken-coo- p bix years, und John Sulllc Cook visited friends here this pines or any one of them, and said if bed. Monday night some one broke In Korsuy, malicious shooting nnd wound week. Bros. Hoswoll und Muxey wo took Luzon we might us well take Mr. Andrew Whltlev's residence on ing, llvo years. The four lattur aro preached at the Christian church lust them all, as that Island would Involve Main St., but was heard by the colored Sunday. Mr. James Gentry und wife us In the tame trouble us the taking of woman who went to call Mr. Whitley, colored. and the burglar made hi9 escape. Dr. W. S. Hennloy has purohusod of uro visiting hero. Mr. Willie Hender- the whole arcnlpclugo would. A Mercer county republican, high Danville will probably have an orJ. M. Logun a lot on Duuvlllo street son nnd Miss Alza Drown were awarded and Is erecting a seven room residence scholarships to the college. Miss May in tho counsels of his party, tells the chestra composed of tho young men of thoron. Across tho street from him Miller will have charge of the music Anderson News that Gilbert will be our town, Messrs. Dolph Rice, Ernest Mr. George Smith Is Improving his class at the college. Mrs. J. W. Nes-bl- clectod by nn o"orwholuilng majority. Cook, Edwin Curry, Dick Smith, EuIs attending the G. A. R. at Cin- There Is great dissatisfaction among gene Cook, Louis Manlnl, Arch Cook Out of suits that cost from f 10 to S12. Call at once and get first choice as these homo by tho addition of two rooms. Goods will not last loug at the price. Embry has purchased u lot of cinnati, being thu guest of her brother, tho 'boys in tho trenches, and they and others. If the young men aro suc Robert of cessful It will ndd much pleasure to our uro 'not so warm' In their Dr. Walter und will build at onco. No F. H. Reppert. A very pleasant visit to Mr. und Mrs. Mr. DavUon us they were two yours entertainments. have dooldod on Crab Orchard, Ivy. Miss Sue McRoberts Is visiting in plneo to llvo, but E. E. Prolheroo last week at Crodhoad ago." Lancaster as tho only It is dollars to doughnuts that, be- Richmond. Mrs. Steve White and our own citizens aro slowly but surely gave an Insight into life at that thriving village. Mr. Jarrett, tho accommo- fore It Is six months older, this country children, of Richmond, are In Danville up tho town. building O. A. nod G. B. Swlncbroad hro in dating postmaster, bunds out thu mull will ITnd itself lu n hole. We owe the on account of the serious illness of holds the splendid results of the wur to the gen- Mrs. S. V. Rowland, who Is thought to Cincinnati. John W. Miller Is in Lex- near tho dopot. Mr. & X. agent. ius of our military and naval leaders, be some better. Misses Pearl and Saington, where his son will matriculate Important jorfitlon of L. Cunning- Tho linn of Martin & Prothcroe Is do- and the valor of our armies, acting in- rah King, Edwin Adams, and Messrs. In the State College. James If it's Quality, if it's Price, our stock will suit you, no matter what ham Is able to bo out alter a severe ing u nourishing business. Messrs. dependently of and superior Jo a jack Will Sallee. Sam King and John Prall you want in the Shoe or Furnishing Line. It will pay you to look attack of rhoumutism. Mosdamos G. Albright, Cherry, Frith nnd Woodynrd rabbit administration, which began are at Mammoth Cave. Mrs. Henry here for it. Our Fall and Winter Stock is ready. H. Henry and K. W. Harris, accompan-le- d are ulso morchuudlsing there. Thu lu diplomatic dicker with Spain, wear- Evans and daughter, of Kansas City, by George Harris nnd Allan Hotiry, fair left lots of money thore. The tel- ing a white feather and a pair of panta- who have been visiting her parents, y Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Engleraan, left yesloft today for an extended visit to rein, ephone is regarded us quite tin Impor- lettes. It was only saved from by the events of the war. The terday forborne. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Are joked in these. We aro anxious to show you these goods. Let's W. tant factor. Tho whistles of tho varilives In Arkansas and Oklahoma. tako'one shoe out of 50 kinds and styles and call your attention to it practical heroes of the army are bolng mustered Dunn and Mr. und Mrs. Center have were over from ous mills make music that K. Shugars und wife It is high cut, leather lined, heavy sole, box calf; "good enough foi eleweek. Junius Y. Currey und plousunt to the our of the working out. The heroes of tho navy stand at returned from Mackinac. Mr. and McKlnney this gance, cheap enough for economy. Different toes and a shoe that will please. Women's. Misses' and Children's Shoes that are, "because was at homo from Louisville Sunday. man. Three physicians attend to the resU Thu rascully politicians, headod Mrs. J. S. Chrisman are in Cincinnati. you want it we have it." Rev. R. R. West, of Washington, D.C., calls of the blek. Profs. Chandler und by Alger, and tho Incompetent diplo- Miss Goves, who taught yocal last year Owotis have charge of the school, which matists, headed by the Lord knows In Miss Joe Reed's school, bus returned I with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Jno. K. Went. Postmaster W. T. West and is woll intended. Services are held ut who, uro uiraiu In the saddle. Worse nnd Is the guest of Mrs. Eastland. MesThe Leading Shoo ami Furnishing iiouse, DANVILLE, KY. ' Robert Embry are each rcjolelng over the throohutchus Methodist. Raptist luck for Uncle Sum, for the trail of srs. M. J. Farris und R. G. Evaii9 left y tho nrrival of a now boy at tholr and Christian at regular lutervalsnud the hay seed Is over them all. Courier yesterday for Ashville und other points. Journal. Mr. Dave Logan still continues quite homes. Capt, Horndon and danghtor, altogether Brodhoud is n prosperous Anno, huvu gone for a vUlt to Cincin- town. Gov. Knott doesn't tako much stock 111 with typhoid fever. The friends of d in Sampan's greatness, nor his claim Martin Welch will Hud him with nati, Loxlngton and Martinsville, Ind. MIDDLEBURG, McGoodwlu. and W. A. Herkolo, quartermaster of tho for the honor of the destruction of Cervera's Ileal. He heard a man expai'd regiment, vMtudhis wife and family 1 The Fall term of the Janlo Wash CHURCH CHATTER. this wook. Editor Louis Landram took Institute opncd Monday with US pu tiating on the greatness af the admiral with an almost complete obscuration of lils mother to Loxlngton today, whoro pil in attendance. Rev. W. B. Garrity, of Jelllco, was sho will ontor u sanitarium. Miss Kate here with Rev. J. B. Crouch. Tuesday, The stock of goods owned by thu late Schley, when tho witty old d Wnlkur, Mrs. lindrnm'sslfior, J. M. Durham will Ih sold by tho ad said: "I am mighty glad, my doar sir. soliciting funds for his church. her. Mr. Armlstoud Elkln nnd ministrator ul public auction lierj at b. to hoar you talk thus. It relievos my Rev. J. R, Crouuh will go Sunday daughter, of Louisville, huvo bum 1'. M., Sept. 20th. 'conscience very greatly. When I was a night to assist Rev. J. I. Wills In a visiting relatives here. Mrs. H. M. Telescopes, Club Hags. At an election hold by the stockhold- boy, was walking through the woods series of meetings at Liberty church Hullou Is visiting In Shelbyvllle. John ers of the Commercial Rank of Liberty, with a companion, when I saw a rabbit In Garrard. C. Sugars, daughter, Emma, and tons, F. P. Combost was Thore are 240 German churches In president run into a hole. I told the buy to keep George mid David, of Shlppeusburg, und G. A. Prewltt cashier. watch while I went to get some lire to this country with 22,000 members. : Fa., are visiting Win. Sugar. William Thu examining trial of Perry Cox for smoke the animal out. When I return-- . These gave ? 107,280, or SO per member Collier and daughtor, of Illinois, are tho killing of his father, Jumes Cox, ed the boy hud the rabbit, but I claim- - during the past year. visiting Mosos Collier. Goorgo Hardin Iwgun ut Liberty Wednesday and is od It wus mine, because I told him toj Lightning struck the church at nnd family aro attending the Postal still In onlon. Public opinion has catch it, if he came out. That was 50 Mnekville, Washington county, while Clerk's Association In Atlunta. changed and Is now against him und years ago, and you are tho llrst man 'service was in progress, creating con- from the evidence ho is no doubt In u who ever agreed with me that tho sternution, but no one was seriously In Latest Designs and Colors. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, bad box. Godbuy, Holdcn and Durham rabbit was mine. It has relieved my injured. The preacher. Rev. Penn, conscience very much." Sampson's was expatiating on the "Power of God" Mrs. Emma Woodson, of Hucyrus, urc prosecuting und Stone & Stone $10,000 for n husband that Tho court room Is crowded champion saw tho point, stnole a sickly ' when the bolt came. O., olTors smile and changed the subject. ti,0 revival at Irvine, conducted by Milt her in every way. by people anxious to hour the trial. will R Rev. W. 11. Lloyd, closed Friday night M Robert Fogle, aged 5K, und Miss ReTwenty million dollars In silver are with 11 additions to tho church. The becca V. Richardson, 17, drove up from LOW RATES QUEEN' & CRESCENT. being stored In tho vaults of tho b is very much encouraged, Mlddleburg WoduoMluy and wora marbuilding, owing to Iaak of accom- congregation a National Wholesale Drugging' Ass'n, says, and committee is actively at House by Rev. J. B. ried nt tho Myers Ingrain, Ilrus-p- l nnd Moquette Carpets, sold by sample and delivered 1MH. modation in the mint. Orders having he Su Louis, Mo., Sept. work soliciting funds to purchase paws Crouch. Three Days. Annual Conference M. E. Church been recoived for tho coinage of the and other furniluro for the new church. Richards, of Fulton county, South, Flemitigsburg, Ivy., William Sept. 11 21. large quantity of bullion lying at the Richmond Register. Mo., aged 70, was married u few days Unusually low excursion rato to Cin mint, and the vaults thore being al f ago to u widow aged 07. Ilo ha.-I IVvl cinnati, (.Mm en iV Crescent Route to ready filled, room had to be made in A PRONOUNCED NUISANCE. -1V1 WM children and she nlno and they G. A. R. Enoumpment Sept. ''(V . luiUi'ln.r nnilnfthn :; Tick-I- s thu ' KlNtiSVILLK, Sept. 7. The StUtC- will have a hot old time together. .i I .. .1 sell September .'kl to Dth. of Wildcat Mountain, Mr. Hon&on, vm.lt. ment in your issue of Sopt. 0, docs In Roulah Camp Meeting, Flat Rock, ,.rtiin,.n,i7nonnninnrh county, and Miv Murphy, to the 11 citizens of Klngsvllle, In Rockcastle Ky., from all points between Danville of tho inlornul revenue otltco. The justice who have endeavored In a peaceable of Gauloy Mountain, wore united In and Oakdale including, Suptombor dollars are packed in yellow pine boxes to nbate the nuisance to their marriage after u courtship hating only for tho above occasion. Tickets und the work of storing them away Is manner residences und places of business, caus- one week. They had never mot before aro good until tho "JOth, to roturn. See H ed by tho slop from the canning facto- m. small bills or ask agents for full parHUBBLE. The Flemlugsburg Times Democrat ry. The petition was not presented to ticulars. tells this miraculous tale: A daughter the board of health, but to Mr. McCar-o- f J. W, Sutton sold to llroaddus Rros. The Baptist Argus contains a picture Wo keep "the best" line of Capt. C. P. Brooks walked hi her-- ty himself. Tho petitioners thought bomo slioats at .'He largo of tho handsome young lady, with tnls sleep along the C. & O railroad, pass- - as he wus a christian gentleman, anx A lino gH at George Wood's comment; "M Us Lena Carter, daugh- lug through one long tunnel and over ious to practice tho golden rule, It was enough to wash dishes and there Is ter of James 11. Carter, who resolved 12 trestles. Chickens crowing for day- only necessary to call his attention to home fear that tho cattle t ratio will eo that u church house should bo built light awakened her, and when sho tho damage he was doing his neighall to pieces now. piii.,,. r:iniiTfi fiowon will Drench at where she lives, six miles from Stan- renli.ed her position, found herself bors. The reason the petition containford, und whoso zeal and labor enlisted standing by a mllo post, eight miles ed only 11 names was due to tho fact Also "the best' Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Lead, Colors and Stains. rKESCKIPTIONS caretho Christian church Sunday afternoon her father, who beenmo converted and east of Olive Hill.. More trains than thut none were asked to sign it except fully compounded fiom "tho best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage is always apprewill ut I! o'clock and also ut night. Ho week gavo a largo uinount, hulllciout to com- usual passed over tho road that night a membor of each family olTocted. Mr. ciated and It will be our constant aim to sell "tno best" goods at reasonable prices. continue preaching at night font plete tho building she wus working und it seems almost a miracle that she McCurty's list of lOOpetlouerswas comor 10 duys. for. Her father cumo us a delcgnte to was not killed. posed of men, women and children, & Miss Mosollo Miller returned to her Tate's Creel: Association, usklng that nono of whom wero effected, and many In Rochester, 111., Monday, after liomo Her little brother Sit down In the of whom lived from one to four miles tho now church, Fulrvlow, be received. r a month's stny with her parlor. Sis'll be hero as soon as she from the factory. There has been just ? Ho seemed to be the happiest man in Eubanks. Dr. R. M. Phelps was called Stanford." gets through glvln' her face a swipe a suinelont amount of water to wash to see Miss Myrtle Carman Monday, with tho powder rag. tho refuse mutter to tho point comCool Wisconsin Ri:sokts.-TIi- o who has typhoid fover. P Mr. Simpering And what did she plained of, aud during tho excessively EEr Monon Route via Chicago is tho proper say when you told her I was hero? hot weather has caused a nuisance of A dispatch from Topoka, Kas., says line. Write E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Her little brother Sho said sho tho most pronounced typo. Tho odors W. C. P. Hrecklnrldge, who Motion Route, Louisville, for pamphthat Col. knowed when tho window eauio aown has accepted un Invitation to bpeak ut lets, rates und time tublos for all ro on her thumb Monday mornln' that have been unendurable and three phyon sicians have said thut L was liable to tho Rluo and Gray reunion hure In Wisconsin, Minnesota and this was goln to bo an unlucky week cuuso an outbreak of fever. reception. sorts Sept., 20, will receive a cold Michigan. Information cheerfully for her. Clovolaud Leader. A PETION'UU The W. C. T. U. and tho churches are given and services of an agont to moot prevent him from com all parties on arrival of trains at Louorganizing to Win. McKinley, Russell Alger, Thos. The British Hag now waves over resolutions nave ueon isville and Chicago rendered free. B. Reld und Win. O. Bradley wero each ing. Red-hKhartoum. The buttle with the DerIHlKSCd. lined ut Lexington Tuesday for disor- vishes was ono of the severest of modwi.iin fnrdhiL' the Rolling Fork Miss Mario Thtxton, who has been derly couduct labor day. ern wars, their loss being 15,000 and near Now Iliivon, tho wlfo and two society editor, husresigned, und Mr. & Cresthat of tho British 40 killed and 341 Low rates Cincinnati, Queen will hereafchildren of Richard Crady Jr., woro Sherlcy Everton Johnson wounded. Tho murder of Gen. Gordon gossip of Louisville's cent during G. A. R. Encampment, swept from tho vohlclo and drowned. ter handlo the bos at last been avenged. Cincinnati, "four hundred" for tho Courier-JournaIn swimming ashore. He succeeded K The Rill) ti.it Association is in session In tho county this week. live here, f Seven of our citizens have &uborib to a candidate for Congress oil to the battleship subscription. Jot? Ithlnoclc, who used T(' b Sell Good I o Bar-bourvl- lle, store-hous- e DEWEY HAVANA that THE MAINE MERRITT MILES Cheap ? Well, if you 1 i u The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. DANVILLE, house-breakin- house-breakin- m DRV E IN QD AN Black, Clay, Worsted, tt AT ONLY 52.50, W. multl-mllllonuli- E. PERKINS. IF IT IS STYLE, dls-griw- Elegance and Economy 1 CA LDWELL & LANIER Kin-nnlr- aceom-panto- 1 I I I I 1 1: TRUNKS, MATTINGS SVloquette 111 J j post-oMc- 10-2- 1, 1 1 1 rfUSJS g six-livin- I 0. iw.if-.ir!li- njLinnn....!! ... J ' - ,,,. 10-2o- th, Our Motto: "The Best." ( ! ; Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, CRAIG HOOKER. C grand-mothe- 2 & i ot O 3 a I s h l. T 't.rt. t w I Tho Fourth Kentucky lias been orOne of the most pleasing features of HAVE YOU VISITED Is the haopy mingling of dered to Anulston, Ala. Tho Kentucky tho occasion VETEltAN'S OF IN LINE AT Ol.tho blue around tho gray. It shows cavalry troops wero furloughed yesterCt.V.VATI. that the war Is really over and that day for HO dnys. Sept. 9, 189S HAPPY KEUNION OF THE BLUE AND peace at lust spreads Its wings over all Gov. Bradley has determined to Stanford, Ky., THE GRAY. parts of a common country. Morgan's bring homo all thp Kentucky soldiers The Grand Army of tho Republic men aro guests of the Seventh Ohio who are nick, no matter whero thoy W. P. WALTON. k and I met again Tuesday, this time at Cavalry and the bold raiders who took are. To this end he has wired to years Point and Fort McPhcrson, Gn., their lives In their hands Cincinnati. Two years ago we met in for information ns to how many of the Democratic Nominee Tor Cohrto, Louisville and if there was n man of us ago and foraged oil tho enemy's coun Since the big Sale has been going on. if not, take advantage of this try nre now received with open arms sick Kentucklnns at these plnees aro great opportunity of buying your goods at about missing, I did not discover It. The faijt HON. G, G. was able to travel. Whon ho secures this Is there seemed to be more of us than and given tho fat of the land. It reunion of broth- he will send special cars for these sol Of Shelby Cmintv over and the old boys were looking beautiful to see tho 111 feellmr and cause for diers. even younger and better than then. It ers, with every Cost of the war to date, approximatedo not llko to complain of too Is wonderful what a rejuvenating and estrangement obliterated. May the We much of n good thing, but us it is un revivifying effect a pension has. When union be perpetual and the country ono ly, army, 3TS,,,00,000, navy, SDO.OOO.OOO: total 8114,.0O,O00. Lives lost In the expense to him and us we can by strong a man gets on tho rolls ho rarely dies and Indlvisable foreverroore. 1,200 Kentucky army: Killed In battle officers 311, men effort make out with one, wo will say and never resigns his allowance, but There aro said to bo The good thing Is Mill going on and hundreds of new things aro being added In all to Bro. Meacham, of the Ilopkinsvillo devotes his entire time and attention G. A. Rs. In tho city, but as they are 2:il. Wounded about l.loO. Died from departments nml still gives you a better opportunity of lnvin in your supplies at s, disease (estimated) l,."tuO. Lives lost Kentuckinn, that if ho wants to do so for an increase, and then tho cry is for quartered away off in some half price. I didn't get to see much of In tho navy and marine corps: Killed he can cut olT one of tho copies of his more. But that isn't hero nor there. excellent that nre sent to It would be invidious to ask "what are them. In tho parade thoy were In the In battle ollieers 1; men III. Drowned this olllce. The sending of two is of we hero for except for the pensions." KiL'hth division, away back In the tall 1. Wounded 113. Capt. Sweeney, of tho Lebanon vol course an oversight, but it reminds us There is no mistake. Those who arc end and did not receive the attention of how careless papers are with ex- supposed to havo fought tho battles of they might have gotten had they been unteers, Pays: "I think if about half of the doctors and chaplains in the army changes. Although the lamented re- 'Ol-'are looking remarkably well, In the front. As long ns they hut for this week only publican sheet, which dragged a preca- though but few of them are under threo A year ago there was much talk of had been shot at tho beginning, tho 10dor.cn Ladle' Nibbed VeM9, 10c value for lc,jul think of it. rious "existence here for a short season, score and ten. They step almost as Richmond, Va., inviting tho encamp- soldiers would have fared belter. Ono , has long dozens of pa- nimbly ns the volunteers of the present ment there in ls'JO, but the movement of the chaplains, the other day, was U.r.'iO yards of New Indigoesaud Fnncy Urtlicun Jiiit arrivod, Jut think for He per pers still come to it, including several war did when they started to the front seems to have died a'borning. Nothing regretting that hostilities had ceued. yard. as he said If It hud continued, ho couid dailies. Ten thounnd yards of HooMer'n yard wide Brown Cotton JJ and much moro nimbly than they do is heard of it now and only Donvcr. Kansas City and Philadelphia are mak- have paid olT a mortgage on his homo. Eight hundred ynnN of full yard wide BImcIi Cotton, fre of taroh. 7o qun'lly now after suffering the privations of The smallest National convention Beautiful sentiment for a minister." nt only 4c per yard camp and being tho victims of Incom ing even slight otlort for tho meeting. of the ever held was that is entirely too small for the C dozen Summer Corsets nsor(cd sizes, rvgtiliu "TOc pmlllic, for Skle. populists held this week in petency and neglect. The weather was I Richmond NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, fob. even if It wero very desirable. A large line of Ladles' H'ack Drus Skirl f' value for f l.JK Cincinnati, but the handful of irrecon-cliabl- es fine too, the martial music was Invigo n great deal of politics in the Andv Mulllns, a Negro who claims to nominated a candidate for rating and tho crowd Inspiring. And There is commander-in-chi- ef be 10 years old, has been discovered such a crowd ! The streets for miles G. A. R. and the otflce of president and vice president, Wharton is nhnost equal to tho presi at Kingston. along the line of march swarmed with Barker, of Pennsylvania, being named United States. It Is sought Prof. Salvador DeSoto, the Span'nrd for the former and Ignatius Donnelley, people, who were there from Highland dency of tho with great avidity and the content be- who taught Hebrew, Latin and Grook of Minnesota, for the latter olllce. The to Hell's Half Acre. It was next to of Illinois: Shaw and in Centre College a number of years reason for this precipitate action was impossible to stem tho ever increasing tween Sexton, Don'i let tho opportunity iim 2 pieces 2.) inch wide iVrcales at only 8je per of humanity and to get along at Shoots, of New York; Anderson, of ago, died at San Francisco, aged (J1. to prevent a fusion with tho democrats tide John P. Miller, son of Mnster Comyard Don t fail tove . all you had to simply surge with it, Kansas, and Mack, of Ohio, went on as in ISOfi. A big row va3 raised over of Lancaster, won with much animation. missioner Miller, nominations now and the Butler fac- whether you wanted to that way or not. A Negro Is as good as a white man in the contest over four contestants for tion bolted, the Kentucky contingent And the way that crowd was worked was a caution. What little tho pick- Ohio, If not better. Thev marched sldo four years' schooling at Kentucky Unigoing out with it. IS W -' ". yyj -- , t pockets and other thieves left It, the by side In the parades and n Negro reg- versity. Ji" Ty enTwo Pulaski county men named A dispatch from Richmond says "furnished rooms" man and tho res- iment of volunteers created more that after being Introduced by Gov. taurants robbed it of, and If any man thusiasm and got moro applause than Smith and Brummltt are In jail at Each dopartment is full of Uiol Things. I. Men whi e we mention a few of thoni. i?ettinc drunk McCreary in a hearty speech, Hen. got away from tho Paris of America those who fought the battles a third of Somerset charged with r n George G. Gilbert sjoke for 1 hours with a cent, It was because he had it so a century ngo Tho regiment alluded 'nnd breaking up a meeting at Bethlc- there Monday and made a tine Impres- securely concealed within his inside to was comnosed of as tino a body of hem church. William Gibson, a young man from sion. He appealed to the gold bugs to pocket that it couldn't be founJ. All men physically as I ever saw and boing come back to camp and instanced the the restaurants raised their prices and well drilled and being put through Illinois, lonped from a moving train s announcement of its gave worse hash, while the room people numerous evolutions, they showed to near Lebanon in hisxlcep. He dreamed a horse was running away with him. support of Oscar Turner as an evidence asked from S2.50 to $5 for rooms which great advantage. of the trend in that direction. His would ordinarily go a'begging at 2oc. Tho length of tho line of march He was not fatally Injured. Hod Spread. Window Shmtci. Trunks, Valium, Table Linen and Napkins. Come A follow who signed his name as speech was enthusiastically received But It was that or hang up on the Wednesday was three miles and at a and you will be convince I that thl J the Cheapest Slore in Stanford. and tho Indications nre that he will streets and tho conscienceless holders giving point the old boys were stepping Breck Bock carao near working tho carry Madison by the old time ma- reaped a harvest, after tho hotels put at the rate of S" steps a minute, which Farmers National Bank, of Richmond, jority. for ;2,00 by forging the name of Jonah Is good time oven for youngsters. up tho sign "standing room only." "Welcome G. A. R." was a sign dis- Wngors. the merchant prince of The city went to a vast expense to With the republicans all torn up and in Estill. Ho was arrested. fighting among themselves like Kil- make it look attractive and succeeded played nearly everywhere and In nine James M. Moberly, slayer of Wm. kenny cats, the democrats of the oth most admirably, but its fakirs got it all cases out of ten, it meant "come in and Morgan, was led from the jail Wednesdistrict ought to have plain sailing to back with interest doubly compounded get lleeced." T. D. KANEY, Manager. of the jam day to answer the charge of murder. decorations, the arches and tho Glad enough to get out victory with their candidate for were profuse and lavish, and breathe the pure air of Kentucky He was accopanied by Col". Curtis Mobgross. The State central committee illuminations and the scene at night was like a again. I did not tarry very long in the erly, a wealthy stock broker of Richs k or has just fired the Kranch storos at I'arln, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, liardstowu, Lawrcnetburg, The exwing of the republican county glimpse into fairy land. Electricity sinful city but escaped as soon ns pos- mond, and a Eminence, Georgetown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort. Mauokport, Ind. amining trial was waived and Moberly made it as light as day and the many sible and sought siireeaso at the beauticommittee and this will doubtless be by that wing with a declaration colored globes, artistically arranged, ful Ludlow Lagoon, where mimic naval roturnod to jail at Harrodnburg. that Evans is not the regular nominee? gave a splendor to the whole that would battles wero fought, on Its placid lake At a Negro cake walk near Rich Patience and shufile the cards. Every have discounted the wildest dream of a and lleets annihilated in representation mond, Clay Royston bocame enraged Iron Fence'. Cypre ss Shingle: thing seems working together for romantic oriental. The Queen City of the scenes at Santiago and Manila. because his sweetheart smiled too does'nt do anything by halves uot even The Lagoon is indeed a charming much on Ed Fife, his rival. Ho jerked good to those who love democracy. nvrtnnttnfr tltn nuitfni tit rrsiinrlnrv tl.r place. Art has assisted nature In mak- out his pistol and shot five times into ( miserable and wormy old chest- - guileless granger or other person, who ing it attractive and amusements and the house, three of the shots taking That nut, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," is holding; has not learned that one half the fools diversions are on every hnnd. A stay elfect in Fife's carcass. Lena Stivers the boards at a Louisville theatre this live on tho other half. in Cincinnati is dull, stale and unprofit and Buck Noland each caught a bullet. ncu. aii tins uru ui peiico uuu guou , ".Marching Through Georgia" was able unless It Includes a visit to the None of thorn are seriously wounded. Mctnl Kooiui! Mill Work. On tomorrow the State Bank and will between the sections would it not the favorite air of the bands, fifes and lovely spot. W. P. W. be a good thing to eliminate all such other instruments, and it was played, Trust Company move into their n ; emlnders of a whistled and sung, till banking house, the handhorrid and WAR ECHOES. it rung in your penou tnat nau oest oo forgotten? ears, whether sleeping or awake. somest building of tho kind In this part d Sampson's share of prize money will of Kentucky. The bank proper covers ' Bur.i Uncle Tom's Cabin, shoot Uncle "My Old Kentucky Homo" amount to SIO.OOO, while Dewey's will tho lower double Iloors of tho building Tom and ull the dramatis persona, kill were all the go at Louisville, but 1 did tho blood hounds and exterminate tho not heur the former at all and the lat- be less than $10,000. The men also heretofore ocouplod by tho Second S National Bank and H. J. Strong. The rest of the layout and let us have a sur- ter but once during my stay in Clncln- - get a pretty good sum. 20 Philippine leaders front is ol stone, with a roomy vocl-bul- o At a meeting of cease from such hideous portrajals. nati. As Ohio is Sherman's State and near Manllu, called to discus a policy walled witn white marble. Richho was the hero of tho "March Through AETErt packing their traps to go to Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Muic, Art and Elocution, under culfor tho islands, IS favored annexation mond Climax. tured and experienced leathers Annlston, Ala., the 2d Kentucky got Georgia," that rather Inspiring pro- - to the United States. SlU'Cilll ,iiii:.iiimi i v rimiiry ,,lt orders from the war department to uuction was uouutiess seiecteu to comli.iitii .I,,.,, v, sacj j...... lit Primnrl' nil I Pranir.l.., , IMawa Secretary Alger is expected at Lex- OPPOSED TO OPENING STREET. Tall tt the College ami get a copv of our Nowr ( atalogtio, or nnte for ono to Mils. come to Lexington Instead and be mus- pliment him nnd the men. who followed ington today on a tour of inspection tunfoid, Kv. on In your isue of Tuesday last von said NANNIE, h.SAL'FLEV, Lady Principal, tered out, and the boys are doubtless him sea. his memorable expedition to and Camp Hamilton Is actively prethe It had been suggested to open a new by this time on their way. This anTho of war paraded, paring for his reception. street from Lancaster street to Dan- IAJMtfW.IUaJ.4iK?)i nouncement will bring joy to many each carrying a smull banner with Rev. Joseph P. Mclntyre. Chaplain the ville A'e. Such a step Is not necessahearts and sadness to some, who will name of tho place he was imprisoned. of tho battleship Oregon, will be ry, as thero Is already un unlmprovt-now have to go to work, instead of for his criticisms of Admiral The majority had "Llbby" and "An- street not over U00 feet below this drawing pay that they can not possibly dersonviile" on them, though there Sampson and Capt. Evans. point. Aro our taxos not already too earn in a camp after the war is over Age will retire Admiral George were many that bore the names of great? It would cost over $l,.oo to ' Dewey, December, 1S19; Admiral W. open and grade That "cussed cuss that the little P"30"3 ' a lesser note. The old the street named, and lors l)ai'a(led t0. mni' '" the uniform S. Schley, October, 1901, and Admiral if it were opened it would benefit no havo for a daddy," as he 1002. body but Miss Varnon and R. C. Wardescribes himself, writes a most charm-- ' of thc nuvi' wIth the broad b"t"ned W. T. Sampson. February. train Gen. Forrester's hospital ing letter for his paper, the Glasgow trsers, big crowned cap and massive ren, who own nearly all of tho land on from Fort Times, about Eddyviile and convicts, collar- - These old fellows had always brought 41 sick Kentuckians each side. Moreover, It would extend 111 to which is a poetic prose gem. "Jim" been quartered on a boat at the other Monroe. Five or six were too Macksvllle, and ere that travel, and one of them has since died. long It might be covered with Negro is not one of them himself exactly, but encampments and because they were . of the United States . nniv 10 Z ; this time, J . he writes of convicts as if he knew all located in a school-hous- e shanties. As to the danger of a few i i .i the lines of their terrlblo lives and a the' k'eked llko bronchos and threat-sa- d are now in uuoan waters anuoniy wirco children and otheis crossing thc railcoed to refuse to play If their wishes at Porto Rico. The largest of these road, do not all who live bolow the storv he makes of It. j were not complied with. aro the cruisers Now Orleans, Newark railroad havo to cross it in going to The Louisville Post pleads for demo-- j Those who came to get a chance to nnrl ninolnnfitt. school or other points? Let tho iron- crats to get together, but presents such see a live president were disappointed, Tho War Department is now endeav t t tit'. n tin It tl'llftl I honillnan fl rwl . . , . propositions for the reunion that most iMoKinley telegraphed that important orlng to shift the responsibility for In- -, , ovn of them will never, can never and matters of State demanded his attention competency on tho railroads, and It Is parlng thogo w(j already hav0 Qp um fl ought never do so on. The Post long and could not be put aside. The presl-slnc- o charged that tho improper handling of in paying off our large indebtedness so forfeited Its right to dictate to ' dent does'nt have to go to the encamp-democr- freight has been ono of tho causes of us to reduce our taxes. and until it tarries in Jerri- - ments, however, to keep tho vets In eood the lack of supplies. If our peoplo conclude to buy tho cho long enough for its beard to grow, humor. All ho has to do Is to approve Gon. Boynton reports thc closing of Water it Light works, tho big burden it must take a back seat in tho yna- -' the pension bills and they will do the the division hospital of tho Second di- we will havo to carry will drive people Kukuu, vision, Third corps, at Chlckamauga, away from our town Instead of inducing ' rest. IpIbpiI ,. nnil i - . . . - t . . i. Best Family Flour at J2. A nice Line of Colored Glnsswaro. I!lui ".i tnem to come, yci, ib is The press committee did the visitors ...UIV. Una Vnnn mnal. pHt ntuuu no " Almost all tho European Powers oeiier to uuys reports a total of only them than to open new streets over, stone to Soak Your Wheat in at 5c pound. havo replied favorably to the Czar's handsomely. The elegant quarters of Gen. Boynton ono of tho most rugged parts of the 3:1 deaths out of 2,402patients. proposition for a peace conference, and the Blaine Club had been engaged for n vnwit... Tlla cava hn wna npp.iirntPlv wn """""" i the conference may be held in St. Pe- - lno occasin un(l there open house was 24 hours of tho day. Lunch quoted In tho Kansas City Star Inter tersburg in November. Let us hope kept for eo and that the dawn of the happy era was served to all who cared to partake views in which ho fiercely attacked double-dealinwhen swotds shall be beaten into plow and liquid refreshments flowed as free- Secretary Alger for Two Cakes of Ives and Lenox Soap for 5c. Everything else at tho In which he exposed the rotten-nes- s shears and spears into pruning hooks, ly as tho Ohio river. Special theatri- and same proportion. and Incompetency shown in tho and nations shall learu of war no more, cals were provided for the amusement is soon to bo upon us. of the quill drivers, and when they Santiago campaign. Tho general and Telephone No. 48. ork. went out thoy were invested with a his staff have arrived at Now Gen. Miles has arrived from Port budge of distinction and a document J. C. Floyd, private, Company D, Rico und is loaded for bear and Alger. which proved an open sesame to the Second Kentucky, died at Chlcka- Olllce over Ulgglns & McKlmiev's There is going to be a hot time in the theatres and other pluces to which nd- - mauffa of fever. He lived at Salt Lick Solicits u Miate of the putronuge of theStore, comold town of Washington, unless tho mission Is charged, so without monoy and! In Bath county, whlthor bis remains munity, president intervenes. v pumciiu without price. There's nothing short: were taKen ior Durzui. n i T H ft Tr T r k T T a nvnr jv-J. W. ROUT, Manaokh. about the newspaper men of Cincinnati, feature of his death was tho fact that fAKiVlPUK5ALtfiLVsYii:RMs Justice White nas declined to act i auu ill uiit siaio Ol CtllltTA iuj .iwt-9- , with tho peace commissioners und the if some of the citizens thereof did make his mother and brother had died at tlon. Twodelli!iif homes, gum! b.uus, orelitnl, Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. and liay irom Up for Senator Gray Is already set a reputation in that line during the home during tho previous week from Ac. nCum iilt jiurchaser. can I onbought rojtiion give to Call or addret. J. c. aside. McCLAUY, Stanford, Ky. encampment. .ltii the same disease. ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tukg. a. n ENCAMPMENT. 'Ol-'u- Vi V- - The Louisville Store ? Mon-tau- d GILBERT, HALF THEIR VALUE fV U sohool-houso- semi-weekl- y Oo SSpecials -- since-departed- middle-of-the-roa- d A few more 36 inch Percales, 10c quality, for 5c. tin-in- TS WTC TOT Tl TET3 . -- "" L " - - doting, Courier-Journal'- tyoc$t ffats, Cap5, JVlattirjgs, kace Curtail, i Wag-ersvil- le, The Louisville Store. con-'T- he anti-Evan- Hara-brlc- half-brothe- r. Cynthl-la.Versalll- o, fol-ow- . t I A; CSIHE, STANFORD, ash; jg J marble-f- ( over-draw- inished "Dlx-ie"nn- Stanford Female College. WII.I.IAM HELTON. PRESIDENT. n-i- ! ! Next Session Will Onen September 5th. ...,, fk court-martial- ed I All Aboard For The Blue Grass Store. I hell-hol- e, . Some of the Bargains We Have: I J Vl 1 I J ats Coffees, Lard, Ideal, Meat and Sugar. I J g, DR. P. W. CARTER,1 White Cloud Soap, Best made. 4c , HJSr Ky. Dentist, Stanford, t vit-wiiit-iCT- Blue Grass Grocery. 'J v. v. tu M 385 T7SS 11 niimi r aiUL''IH () ! ' Looic Oct. Tho city council has There was u fall of fully JO degrees THP INTERIOR IflllRNAT 1 TIL In I LniUn. JUUlUmLj,M, ft by- lordutned that persons strrasted between In the temperature from Monday .1 KvnuirrT Hvll had entered Stnto'o i. m. and rt A. M. ahull go to Jull to Wednesday and yesterday mornCo,,-,r.1 at Lexington, ing felt as cold as Christmas out mittimus. Stanford, kv., Skit, g, 1898 Mit. j. s. JU:BD lll0 Ittno nmn wont overcoats TIB "ttontlunco ut IVof. W. J. brought intoFires and and people wcro 'to Cincinnati veBturtliiy. L notion who ' Ms. Sam C. Haudin ud four sons, Cmltf's academy has Increased to 23. had nolther, shlvorod around and c. C . ALTON, Hlfcivrss MAXAOUt. Ills brother. Uurdln Cralir. will toaoh sought tho i; inivui,; iillSiUUUHU ..vuu sunshine. It is Indeed a a week longer or until tho professor is glorious relief from I J. Weuren. last week's torrid Miss Emma Owsi.by- wont to Dan ontlrely restored to health. Tin: best Is never too pood for pretemperature. scription work. That in thu reason wo vlllo yestorday to spend a week or two Till! dallies .estorday said that the 110 tho bout goods only. Penny's Drug with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wells. LAND AND STOCK, Store contract for carrying the mail from MltS. J. II. MoNIN and children Stanford has been awarded to September whout sold at ill in Chi-cuwho have been visiting tho family of Lytlo to PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, S. N. Kungeloy at 3W. 10 a year. Who Wednesday. O. J. Crow, returned to Nolln yestercan ho be? Seed ryo and stock hogs for sale. J. Hon. Hahvky IIki.m und James D. day. Gentry uro In Cinclmmtl. TiiRtM Kentucky has boon orderod E. Bruce, Stanford. Misshs Grack and Linda W. W. Buys bought of J. C. Lynn 10 Mils. Addik Pitiui's is rocovorlng returned yogtorduy from a pro- to Lexington to be mustered out. This 125 pound iiogs at .'lie. from n, fepcll of malarial fevar. tracted visit to Nlcholasvllle and other seems to bo final, but so many conThe Glnsgow Times reports sales of necting orders have boon reported, you MltS. ANNli: LASLKY spent several points. sevon big mules at 85 to 8100. always sometimes toll. days with friends ut Diinvlllc. Miss Lbttii: Brown, of Lancaster, can not John Holtzclaw sold to John C. JohnMltS. MAItUAKKT PBTTTS, of Louis- - has boon selected as Garrard's reprePlCTUKBS of Col. Dlckltoblnson and son, of Boyle, a bunch of feeding cattle vlllo, Is with Mrs. Kuto Miller. sentative young lady to bo judge a wife, Mrs. Margaret P. Kobinson, with nt 3J to ic. MlSH Sl'K .VlLUK IlAI.K wont to tho holdior's day In Lexington today. an Interesting them and Camp For Rent. 150 acres. Good imCincinnati Wednesday morning. Dick Robinson In Garrard, appeared In provements. Mile from Hubble. G. A. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Mil. J. M. Wauk, wife nnd dnughter, tho Cincinnati Knqulror of yosterday, Swlnebroad. Elllo, wont to Cincinniitl this wuok. Lamps from '2w to ill', at Warren Si written by Judge C. 12. Kincnld. The Mt. Sterling Gazette reports Miss Katiii Lkh Yuaokh, of Shanks. Hi feeders, 900 to 1,100 pounds, sold la the guest of Mls Mary Bruce. Tve. The democrats of the 11th 4 Mil. I. M. Wauii took his daughter, SCHOOL books, lablotc, bags fee at congrosslonul district nominated Judge at to 4.12. Three fine Polled Angus bull calve?, Miss Nancy, to Georgetown College Craig & Hooker's. II. II. Tye, of Williamsburg, at tho fivo months old, for sale. J. S. Owsley, Monday. convention held In London Wednesday, Bui bargains in sllppors nt 0c. and Sr. Stunford. BQit.v, to tho wlfu of Dr. W. N. what he will do for Judge Borelng Wanted. 100 cotton tnulo colts. Craig ou Wodncedny night n duughlor, Severance it Sons. and John D. White will bo a plenty. Wills & Broodwell at Beazloy Bros' tho second. Bio line of dry goods jnst received. hasbrought stable Monday. TlHI Danville city council Moulds Fltw bus moved hit family Cull and foe. Mark Hardin. Liberty H. Pryor sold to J. II. suit against tho Boyle county court into tho Furrls fc Hardin house on praying that the county be made to Baughman & Co. (500 bushels of wheat hill. Tun matriculation at the college koop up tho-- o streets which were a at (0 cents. Miss Likjiik Mbnkpkk loft Tuesday steadily mcrouros. It Is 05 now. part of tho turnpikes recently bought Forestus Reid bought 40 acres of ulsfor Frankfort. Texas, to visit hor School supplies and books for tho by the county and formorly maintained corn from his tenants at 31 a barrel, Mrs. E. B. Ritchie. ter, by me turnpike companios. The fodder thrown in. Miss Linda Mn.utu returned Tuus-da- y public school at V. B. McKoborts1. m ii The Richmond Register reports a county will light the caso every inch from charming visit to Mrs. II. SncuND hand lightning hay pres in of sale of corn In tho field neur Valley ihe way. Advocate. It. Bright ut Mt. Sterling. good shape for sale. B. K. Wearen View at SOc a bushel. MltS. Kati: Ut'DDiutAlt and Miss .t Son. LlOHTNlNG played havoc with the At an Anderson county sale corn Sue Rout wont to Clnolnnati WednesIneandesccnt light connections Sunday Farmkrs. Iteturn our sacks at once night nnd the houses and streets In brought $1.30 In the crib. Stock ewes G. A. R. day nud will take in tho AKTKK six week.' slay with her chil- or elvtt you will have to pay for thorn. town dependent ou It have had a timo sold as high as Sfl.10. Wills fc Broadwell bought S7 cotton dren In tho country, Mm. W I. Wal- J. H. Haughman V Co. of It tlxing up old lamps. Tho publ'c mnlo colts at Harrodsburg Monday. ton it) again uthotnu to her friend DON'T fall to hear Gilbert here Mon- wouldn't mind these interruptions so Thoy will bo here next Monday. McCua'ky and daughter, Mlt. . X. day. He Is a good speaker and will en- much, if tho company would notify Its The largest mule in tho world Is now of Sabotha, Kas., arrived yesterday to patrons of them and give them a chance In Chicago. It i 10 hand? high, weighs tertain and instruct you. visit his father, Mr. J. It. McClury. to prepare for emorgoncios. 1.N10 pounds nnd was bred In Missouri. MRS. J. II. Cltocrn returned to II.WKyour cotton mnlecoliH nt BeazThe letter of Joso Barrett nnd Jag. Bon Robinson, of Garrard, sold a car with her tMor. Mrs. Adella loy Bros.' stable Monday. Wills and Baker to Gov. Bradley petitioning for load of 760 jtound heifers in Cincinnati iCbirrolu, ami will remain until Get. 1. Broodwell will bo thero to buy. protection during their trial for the Tuesday, shipped from Danville, at 31 Miss Bks&ik Adams, of Pari, Tux., Don't fail to pay your account at murder of White begins by to 41c. who spont the Summer with her staler, Tom Keating has refused $18,000 for tocourt.Mon-duy- . to Inform Mr. J. IC. Buughiitun, ralurnud home this oftle when you comeyou owa us saying: "We take ploa-ur- e Searchlight. He offered him for $3,500 means you if This you that we are in Stanford Jail." Men this week. who can take pleasure In such a pre- early this Summer, beforo he got down MltS. WlM.lAM SltVKUANCU, of Sun-for- cnl. his work. is visiting Ml? Ida Pickwll Sohef- For Hunt. Hanging Fork farm of dicament must be of tho kind who could to Hon. J. S. Owsley sold to William for, JUS Eat Gray strJMu Courier-Journa- l. 00 acres, in corn and wheat. SeeG. L. make merry at their own funeral. Polled Gooch ono of the fivo months-olCurler near th phic or addross T. More than a weok ago, Mr. John Angus bull calves advertised in this TllH wife of George T. Wood has C'orbln. Bright, who Is somewhat of a woather paper for 850. presented liar husband with a John Nolan won the great charter Hlgglns Ar MuKinnoy bought prophet, said thoro would be frost beSalh. Maggie daughter. Sho wns MU of W. M. Bright a house and lot on fore Saturday, Sept. 10. It was then oak trot against 15 other starters. At Swlnabroad. vory warm and those who hoard his Hartford, Conn. Best time 2:07. The Mil. AND .MltS. J AM Its WlLSllt, of water works street for iXiH. Their prediction laughed him to scorn. It purse was $10,000. Dttrolt, Mich., and Mr. Booth Thomp- jorior, Hnrve Stewart, will occupy It. camo so neur frosting yesterday mornThis rathor previous sale Is noted In son, of Garranl, are guests at Mr. F. TothkLadiks. I will bo in tho ing, however, that those who chuckled the Danville Advocate: Anderson fz M. YowollV. Hustnnvlllo. oity mxt wwk buying my Fall and nt him at the time are willing to admit Splllman bought a crop of wheat for MltS. J. L. MiucKKKKand sou, Wlntor stock of millinery, whluh I will tliat Mr. Bright can glvo a pretty good July, '09, delivery at flO cents. of Latham, Ka., are visiting hnvt opon the -- 1st. Mrs. A. A. McICIn forecast of the woather. J. P. Harper sold for Neal. of Mer relative hero, the families of J. X. noy. . u., party a cer, to a bauisoury, ..p. .mm Monafa nnd T. f). Xuwlund. The colored peoplo of this and ad- combined gelding lor 8200. Mr. Har hi- -t SitlTKMHKKlMth Is tho day for joining counties held a meeting nnd P.KV. S. M. IlANKlN and wife were Wm. Dodd's by ihnlr rtay at tiling claims against Lincoln county. decided to hold a two days' fair about per also made the sale of both greatly benefited horse to tho same party. All claims tiled after that date will be Grooribboro, N. C. The former gained thu last of this mouth. Look'outfor Texas produces 1,000.000 tons of carried ovor till next year. George B. their bills and catalogues. They oiler 12 and the latter four pounds. meat, 200,000.000 bushels of breadstuffs. Coopor, clerk. COMMANDICIt Ju.MI ItKiNKY, of the liberal premiums for farm products, 75,000,000 watermelons, 5S,000,000 stock, poultry, women's work, etc. Jamut Humpliroy Post In Caey, and Wk are Indebted to Editor Clarence spring chickens, 300,000.000 eggs, 10,- s fair. hla pretty daughter, M?i Aunlo Leu K. Woods for a copy of the Delta Sigma They intend having a 000,000 turkeys and 2,000,000 bushels Itlgnoy, aUondad thu G. A. It. N'u, a splendidly gotten up und tlnoly It will be hold at tho old fair grounds, of pecans. Mit. Hkdii.i. Chanci:m.ou, who took printed book of 137 pagot, for which tho Murphy property, on the Danvlllo Tho Climax roports about 3,000 catpike. For further Information fee Itav. W. S. Grlnund to hit daughter' we send thanks. tle at the stock pens at Richmond MonCarr, Craig Jackman or Ben in Joomlno, returned yuxterday. Mr. day. Prices ruled at from 3 to 5 cents Want Protection. Jesse Barrett Lowls. I on hit way to conference. 0. A lnrge number of mule colts wore Till! HaptUt Argu coutalim a good and J 00 Baker, now In jull hove for LllRANON Is somewhat agitated ovor offered nnd brought from 820 to ?30. safakcwplng, have written to the govof Itev. It. H. pluUircand write-uthe question whether Alma Dovor Is Horses sold from $10 to 875. thu recent ernor asking him Hint troops be sent to wnb provided orur Burbourvlllu in October to guard them or Is not. A corpse said to be hers meotlng of tho Tate's Creak This Is tho way the Invitation reads: during tlielr trial thore for tho murder was brought thoro recontly and inter You aro hereby cordially invited to atand now como wltncssos to testify red White in Clay. nud of MltS. K.MM1HT McCohmacic that sho is still in tho llesh. The tend the celebration of thelOOdth annidanghtor, Marguerite, have gone to FAST Pbnman. In signing upif2u,-00- 0 young woman was tho Juughtor of J. versary of Jessamine county and Wichita, Kas., to visit rolativw. Mr. to bo held at Nlcholasvllle, Issued by tho First National Bank L. Woit and Mrs. Devor his paramour, McC. accompanied thorn as far n Cin- to puy for government bonds, Cashlor who were killed and burned by a mob September 10. You will be treated to cinnati and took In the G. A. It. John J. Mcitoburts broke his provious In tho house where they resided In an old fashioned barbecuo and burgoo Mit. and Mits. H. C. Tom son. of records by signing his name boo times that county three years ago last Decem-bo- and hospitality will bo lavish. ApproLoudon, wore ou Wednesday's train in uu hour nud -- 0 minutes. Prosldeut Tho girl escaped from the burn- priate addresses and good music. bound for Louisville. Mr. T. told us Hooker's record was .!00 per hour. ing building. Leo Boyle, of WashingMiss Florence Griilln, a sister ef Mrs. that from Indications the London fair ton county, was arrested, charged with Dr. E. J. Brown, was married at Brod-hea- d olty council after discussing the would eclipse all previous Thk next week being one of tho mob. Uls trial jury yesterday to Mr. Sage, of St. quustlon of buying tho water works let efforts. disagreed and at his second trial his Mr. and Mits. J. S. Kick loft yes- the matter go over to the regular moot- case was dismissed on proof that tho Louis, and loft at once for their home terday fcr an extended tour of tho ing in next month. Some opposition to girl was dead, and thero boing no thero, passing hero at noon. North Including Toronto, Canada. tho purchase was developed, one or two othor witness. Queen & Crescent low excursion rate While gone they will attend tho Inter- of the members claiming that it was G. A. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. Lucas. After being sick all Sum- Ask your agent national Association of Ticket Agents not in the proper condition to make Its acquisition desirable. mer, Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, of Huston-vlll- o, Ou board one of the transports that at Detroit, Mich. MooitKand Mrs. Char was taken vory ill with llux hist tho Spanish prisoners from Santl-ac- o Mits. Laura The McKlunoy Canning Co., Pro- Saturday and died at an early hour yes- took to Spain thero wero 03 deaths and ley Singleton, of Crab Orchard, were prietor K. L. Tanner tells us, is maksea. hero yesterday shopping. Lltllo Boylo ing 5,000 cans a dayund expects to havo terday. Sho was tho widow of Wm. burials at Vass, tho seven months old 3on of the an output of 125,000 before the season Lucas, a splendid old gentleman, who o FARM FOR RENT. died 20 years ago. Since tho mnrriuge latter, was with them. He Is tho closes. Ho is working ubout 50 hands. Twid- mother. Miss Ida of her A farm of 400 acres to rent to a good tenof his hundsomo The tomatoes cost 15 cents a bushel Tor Miss Virginia Bowman, of Dan- and ho disposes of them at 70 cents a woll alone has lived with her, and her ant for a term of threo to five years. Stanparticulars uuply to J. II. Sowdku. loss, whllo sovero on all of them, will ford, Ky. bcon Invited to bo one of tho ville, has dozen cans. As tho cans costs two conts young lady judges to award tho prizo or more, the profit Is small, but it bo more felt by her. Mrs. Lucas was a for tho best mounted olllcor at tho amount to a good deal during the sea. member of tho Christian church and "Soldiers' Day" exhibition at Lexing- son and helps tho farmers and truck all who knew her unlto In saying that sho was a most excellent woman and a ton Frlduy. Danvlllo Advocate. raisers of tho section wonderfully. I have boucht a new nirdselt Clover Hul faithful follower of tho Lord. Sho lur and will muku It to your Interest to see Miss Liccik Beazluy will move her A WOMAN, as a general thing, does'nt leaves two children, Mrs. J. C. John- mo before you encage iv nuuer. inl'llncry stock, about Oct. 1st, to tho GKEEXIIEItllV nwaiiT. Dor roll. Tho reoccupied by Mrs. Alice mind trouble when her husband's wel- ston aud Mrs. hoiibO now Stanford, Ky. 5 Cloyd and Mrs. Cloyd will raovo to the fare Is to bo benefited. For Instance, mains will bo interred In tho Huston- ! residence vacated by J. P. Davis and tho wife of Thomas Baker, who Is in vlllo Cemetery this morning ut 10 family. William Hamilton will tako jail hero awaiting a now trial for tho o'alock. after a short service at tho Whlto In Clay, Is gravo by Rev. W. W. Bruce, of the If not sold prlvntelv before, wo will sell killing of tho rooms Miss Beazloy will vacate. church, to whom sho and at auction on SATURDAY, OCT. 1, ls9S, nt Tm: Interior Journal is proud of here to see him for the third time, not- Presbyterian sho has young baby and the family wero much attached. Mrs. 11 a. M. on tho premises tho record of its protege, II . Rowan withstanding was 71 years of ago und spent Acres, Farm of 87 Saulloy. Ho entered Capt. Duncan's having in addition to tho train rido Lucas from London, 25 miles of mountain most of It In tho house In which sho On Hanging Fork ono mllo from Hinton-vlll- o company as a private, was soon mado Forgy, who was It is on sergeant, then promoted to gorgeant roads to rldo horseback ovor. Besides died. Mrs. 3. Walton was telegraphed proved, tho Stanfordof pike. rooms, well Imnil tho eight with house Twidwcll, yesterday, whllo he is tho pleasuro she knows It will give Miss Llzzlo major and necessary outhouses, well watered with nevfor and arrived from Elkton yestorday er falling springs. Tarm In high state of no doubt keeps her horo convalescing from a severe caso of him, Mrs. Baker r again cultivation. All under good fence. Salo is see hor in ho received his commission as ears open for any now testimony that on tlmo to fever, for tho purposo of n satisfactory division. earth. will help her husband at his trial and Write to nuy of tho undersigned for further second lieutenant of Co. F., tho Lebaup. Jesso C. Lynn bought of various par- tmrtlculurs or call on or address J. W, Dro non company. As tho puy is $114 a brings lt to him to keep his spirits Ky. Saulloy A good woman is a monstrous good ties a car load of butcher cattlo at 3 to atJ.llustonvllle. W. Drve, Sirs, linker Terhuno nnd Mrs. month, it will bo scon that Lt. around and Mr. Baker ;jjc anj shipped them to Cincinnati J. 1 Tiddler, Itrndfordsvllle, Mrs. It. C. will get considerable money along with thing to havo 10 Urndloy, llnrrodsburg. Wednesday. seems to have a good ono. his honor and glory. to tho wlfo of Henry Andcr-1 J0!", c 3. We're The Greatest Profit Cho- pers f - . - I , I ,.,.. 111 ,,,.,., - I I I Of - lb Age. SI 25 ki go A strong evidoncc of our greatness is our fl 50 Ladies' Kid Sboe and m Men's Men's Satin-CalShoe. Thee goods we Grin-STUA- D Guarantee to Outlook And Outwear Any Shoe ever offered at the price. "The proof of the pudding is chewing the so come and see. I bag' P :! D.m-vtll- o, MILLINERY ! Our Mrs. Dudderar is now in the city purchasing a complete lino of Fall Millinery and we A'ill he glad to supply all friends, both old and new. JOHN P. JONES. cbool-hoiis- u 11 mimMWsmmmwMm m m WE ARE NOW tftt VSK ei On-jlunu- li I I $ Ti P In the Cities Buying" FALL and WINTER DRY GOODS ffi . . 11 d, d and Notions and Underwear, m 4 Blankets, Cloaks, Overcoats, m 5 Boots and Shoes. Wait for M a us We will have some Ij j pleasant surprises for you. I H 7 d m I severance: a sons. I I j$ Wll-Mu- -- m For CflSfl Only I llrst-chis- An-dore- p Ma-lion- y, Beginning Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN. STANFORD. Nich-olasvil- lo LOOK HERE I - 1 r. Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Huy. B. K. WEAREN A SON. pic-tur- grand-childre- 54-l- in V Miff' m Attention, Farmers. 1 FARM FOR SALE -2 11 We are out tills year with some new Improvements. Some manufacturers We don't; we originate. Perfect in balances, l'ght draft, force feed, Ac. imitnto Always Ask For The "Superior," When you are oflered a disc drill. Others aro imitations. Wo wero unable to ill our orders last year, nnd kindly ask you to place your order with'us early for the best on earth. grand-mothe- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. "" fi- I I : t t a The K. R. bridgo has beeu very niceFrank Thompson, of Christian county, ato rotifrh ou rats by mistako and ly repaired recently. A much needed ruin has fallen this S'a.'biialioATviBeS.aya Q.33.A X"ri dav died. The treasurer announces that he will week, making the air much pleasanter. due teachers, of pay 40 Rev. Thomas preached in the morn a I? IClt YJCA.lt IN AD VA2CCK Oct. 1. cent the amount ing and at night at the Baptist church The discovery wns made at Richmond last Sunday. star- When not 8or.aldSB2.GO will be charged. Miss Margaret Buchanan entertained that 40 or f0 Indictments for felony had a number of her friends a few nights been stolen. RIKT INVrNfTo FREE for a few months to all users of the A Ilouaton. Texas, mother was for- ago in honor of charming Miss Clara ttyumtJBUtuoium. ir ' HUAK5 VU 5I tfX) v celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron H5t VW'J ced to sea her three little children Haldcman, of Louisville, who returned JtfU HSHtVICIIMiuHIITtW Brand), To induce you to try this brand of home the next day. TIME GXBD. burn to death. starch.so that you may find out for yourself Owcns-bor- o gave one Mrs. Miller, of Lexington, A Negro photographer at iOni rouNO or this starch will o that all claims for its superiority and econ R AtrARAS AOOK MO HALT KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. OfANTOtrWltAlta. Is under indictment for taking or two lectures on temperance at tho WlMTMt omy are true, the makers have had prepared, (,.. Christian church u few days ago. Sho nude pictures. UtiHtfiiiK Up JUe.rrUNN&ERM0?C? at great expense, a series of Arrrlves at Stanford at 1:08 A. M. No. vKiwukJo Col. Robert G. Stoner. tho breedef hopes to reorganize a society here. She 10 A. M. No. i Leaves Stanford at Tlietftteuctli of the Uttlc onctt wo have nil No. 21 Arrives at Howland at 12:00 im. of Baron Wilkes and other noted hor- is stopping with Miss Molllo Brooks. 3:40 r. M. Leaves Stanford at No. a! tho mnlcrinlc. Our stock of ihw. good, ses, died nt Paris. We have been requested by tho in the young ladles of the Baptist church to A quarrol over a hog resulted from Nursing Bottle. Nipple. Klc , to KNOXVILLE DIVISION. killing of Peter Renfroe by Henry announce that there will be a basket Prepared Food for lnfnntu, is largo, well supper given for the bcnnllt of tho Gross in Harlan county. ..12 3T v in -- ... Ho. ! Train going North exact reproductions of the $io,ooo originals by Muville, which will be given .. 2 41 a m A wayward girl was murdered at church at College Hall next Saturday " ml contains everything approvirlod " No. 26 " ,.12 4Sa m " outh you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. No. 23 " Kansas City by her lover, who then night. 1 'I l "I .. No. 23 " ed of by tho medical fraternity. These Plaques arc 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of Mrs. Andy Foley is very ill at this fatallv wounded himself. ForalllPolnts. advertising vhatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No Look at our line of Infant's Comb, At Cohoes, N. Y., a train crashed writing. Mrs. W. E. Perkins wns qulto nO'JGH TICKKTS SOLP. manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its CHECKED TI1KOUGI1. through a trolley car, killing IS and ill this week, but is better at this time. iMGGAOE Brushes, Teething Bing, Piills Powder, customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in For any Information enquire of wounding many other passengers. Miss Lilllas Buchanan accompanied by the manner specified. The subjects are: Etc. You will bo pleAKil with their JOE S. MCE, Agent, Thomas P. Bayard is falling steadily, relatives left for Battle Creek, Mich., Stanford, Ky. and his physicians say that his death is American Wild Ducks, last week for tho benefit of her health. American Pheasant, quality and price. English Quail, probably onlv a matter of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and chilEnglish Snipe. CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT AND Louisville is preparing to enter- dren, of Virginia, arc visiting Mrs. The birds are Handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Sim Mlddleton. Miss Maggie Lynn Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. a. m. and 3 r. m., tain handsomely tho National convenFrankfort at Trains leave and canceling at Georgetown with tj. A C. Leave reach-U- tion of Mexican Veterans, Sept. was a guest of Mrs. W. E. Perkins Paris Paris at 8:40 a. it. and 5:10 r. i. There 33 cases of yellow fever at r. m.. connecting at "ecrw-towSunday. Handsome Miss Clara Myers, t:20 a. m. andC. and reaching ranktort at 11. ELASTIC STARCH with Q. A How To Miss., and the quarantine has of Cincinnati, who has been tho guest TINNING1 & PLUMBING, ,,. A. 4. H. and7:20M. A 0 lies been the standard for 35 years. h caused the L. & N. to discontinue of Mrs. M. L. Harris, left for a 10 days' All purchasers of Ihrw 10 cent or ST A N K ORD.KY., tx Scent rackftfrcs of Elnrtle Starr li many trains. trip to Sand Beach, Mich., last MonTWENTY-TW- O MILLION (Flat Iron llrnml), are entitled to reIs now jrvmrt! to d all Ulnl of I'tumbinR QUEEN & CRESCENT. The famous cog railroad to the sum day. Miss Alexander, who has been ceive from their smcer one. of these packages of this brand were sold proprietor of IV.nti a and Tlnutriif. beautiful Game Plaques free. Tho mit of Pike's Peak, now run by steam, visiting relatives hero, returned homu Mack Dttunoiirf Hoot l'mnt. Tolt'pliouo No rdaqnns will not Iwi iwnt by mall. last year. That's how good it is. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 50, residence Shop on Mill St.. ojqe.t? J They can bo obtained only from your The this week. Miss Margaret Buchanan 4 11 p tn Is shortly to be run by electricity. 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South ASIC YOUR DEALER Il.Ilaughinuii.tCo.' Mill Krocer. ' 11 49 am No. 8 change will cost 850,000. "4 " and brother, Burch, left for Louisville Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Ptu to show you the plaques and tell lllSam "6 " . ?2m A gambling debt of 50 cents caused No.5 600am 8 05pm "10 several days ago. Henley Bastlu will No. 9 " Do not delny. This offer you about Elastic Starch. Accept No. 1 doe not stop. No 2 stojs only for Leonard Howard to shoot and kill Till leave In a few days to enter school In is lor a snort llmo only. no substitute. from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no J than Junction City and 5 and C only to Som- - Spears, also colored, at Mortonsville, Lexington. Master Fred Newland will u Louisville Ky., orsct. Woodford county. Ho escaped. attend school in Cincinnati this term, Lightning for the 20th time in 20 and his little sister, Auna, goes to AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN kes the food pure, Royal years struck the country home of Stanford. The friends of Mrs. D. C. wholesome and dellcloiu. Squire Frank Camp in J elTerson county, Payne are glad to know that her health The Ladies Hottaurnut is the Uncut in and almost killed his Mr. Gregg, of Is greatly Improved. the city. Every convenience for ladle Louisville, was the guest of Dr. Wm. spending the day in the city. At Warrensburg, Mr. W. H. Hart-ma- n Morris Myers last Saturday and SunGentlcm-ii'Cafe ou office floor. forced his way into a room in day. Messrs. Kinnalrd und Collier THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. which were his wife and Adolph Lu- - came over from Lancaster to call on Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal Manager, brlck, In flagrante dellctu, and shot some of Crab Orchard's prettiest girls Music - Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sunday jhim to death. Sunday. Evening. Mr. Gladstone's will was written by A CRITICAL TIME himself and forbids the placing of any laudatory inscription upon his tomb, THE IUTTI.K OK SANTIAGO. 'and desires that his wife be b'urled SICK OK WELL. A HUSH NtUHT AND DAY. where he is to lie. Remember we take All Kimld of Products in Kxchange fur Coal 1. O. O. F.. When John Gallaway, of St. Paul, Tito Packers at the Battle of Santiago Minn., heardlhat his wife had eloped POWDER Sovereign Grand Lodge. do Cuba were all Heroes. Their Herowith a neighbor, ho burned his house Absolutely Pure ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition and with its contents and then shot himRations to tho Front Saved the Day. self through the heart. n No. 3, writ- 2oo-Acr- c P. E. Butler, of 19 24. 1808. Sale Sale Rent, Dr. Glenmore Combs and Dr. George ing from Santiago Do Cuba, on July 23, YORK. DAKIhQ POCCR CO., . 'ur IsrmoMV rrs of I iij.l lireeni-rr- v C!)., Ill ue (.ram a iiart of the Clark, two Clark county physicians, says: "Wo all had diarrhoea in more or All in (arm than hairuille Uvm l!u.t.nttite One iUnIld land wrll watml Two land, situated Round Itrisht ulten Jan. I, Wheat MtnK uiuler fair dwelling trn ttilglit, muitru. llnie Mhrudi tired. I. II" and M .1. Adam. im nxltxk fought over an old score, when a less violent form, and when we landed ManSml. tlou. Kay terms. (rwiiVrry Ky. son of Comb's took his father's part we had no time to see a doctor, for it was Ky. ,j and was fatally cut by Clark. filBig a case of rush and rush night and day to A scamp at Bowling Green has keep the troops supplied with ammuniR. Tickets will be on MtleMtt. 10, 17 nnd petitioned in bankruptcy to keep from tion and rations, but thanks to Chamber- DR. , Tho Parmer Honk A Trmi i'i Wntttl IS, returning gxl lonvlnj: Ilmbm imt lapaying $4,000 damages secured against lain's Co'ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem3t. lVis l'r ticket and up its affair, ah ewdiioA r liw ter than him by Mrs. Lucy McArthur, who sued edy, we were able to keep at work and HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AltE- full information call on Ticket Vents iiiihk inriror nn Horror Motltlwl to him several years ago because he jilted keep our health; in fact, I sincerely beSURGEON, "Ilig Four Houte," ur nddrrM, tlKtirclulttfeagitliMt M Ihtiilc for t.her. ' menu K i' lieve that at one critical time this mediM.filUMKK. UVIllllSJ M.Nilt, J. II. OWSI.EV. OuMor Stanford, - - Kentucky. ' All the factories along the Staten u i.n In. A TLl Act Tilbi Mr cine was the indirect saviour of our army, t IM1SN 1 II Island sound were closed Saturday Olllce over Ulgg'nV M.'Klntiey'a toro. Tho LliienlH CoHntr Nntionul Hank, of for if the packers hail been unable to 'Cool, exhilarating, Kestful. Mutc, Amuse- owing to tho intense heat. Nearly SWiufonl. Ky.. Uah mkithIm! the rrm-would have been no way of naiiK .v i rw.i uo.. or tnf.nl. Kr ments and Good Living. 7,000 men were forced to stop work. work there and getting supplies to the liont. liiere $10,099 Sals cf Lincoln County Rsfun- - Iiiih uim'ihmI all it liabilities. aeW ami Six cases of heat prostration are In entire hutim. For Terms nddess. were no roads that a wagon train could S. H. SIIAN'KS. 1'if.hlent. the hospital. use. My comrado nnd myoelf hnd the din; Sonde J. It. OWLEV. Cahler HOFMAXX, Prop. After 100 years of industrious and good eVS fortune to lay in a supply of this religious living, Albert Dukat found We the undersigned Committee apiointtMl before we medicine for our pack-trailife unbearable and hanged himself to of of left Tampa, and I know in four casos it at a Sinxrldl Termliolil tliw I'K'nl Courtwill. Lincoln County, Aug. I. a rafter in his humble home at Chicago. " mi order of Mild court, on U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. life MRS. pursuant to Unclortalcor, Just below the suicide's feet were a absolutely saved The above letter was written to the : Kentucky. Bible and a rosary. Kentucky Saturday, Sept. 24, 1S98, Hustonville, - OF I1KOOKL.YN. Compartment Sleeping Cars In which manufacturers of this medicine, the At 'J iv m., offer for snle ptihlh'ly lit front of Offers Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd bl.KTTlo. to tbv eoln ofWeat Unroltt Chamberlain Medicine Co , Des Moines, Ky.. in anil iloor In otQusaud Cask Porters passengers enjoy the privacy of home Iowa. For sale by Craig A Hooker, the tabic. Everything Lincoln Count v HoikIn of tho denomination etsalwarsou hand. Caledonian : S9 apartments are new features on tho . mct a.11 trains. I). 3. Careuter. Manager. bouil-95 to run IS your of 5250 each, nlil Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Pennsylvania Short Lines between with tho privilege or raueeming wmo nttur Co., oi Scotland. five vonra, Intarlng live per eent. Intcrixtt Louisville and Chicago and between .11 urn AKiilnitt 'Him. A. S. PRICE, per annum, psiynble niinually. Cincinnati and Chicago. KOUNDIJD IHOO. "Everything seems to be ngainst me," Iloiuls to bear lutorot from Sept. 21, Lincoln County National Sturgeon At a colored Baptist association in he said. JAS. V. HAILKY. Dentist, (.HO. H. COOPKIl. VCom'teti No doubt he exaggerated, but there Adair, a lot of drunken Negroes raised II. 1IKLM, TitnAsnn nr.PAitTMnxT. oirur.iiiTin: n n V.U1UICU t 4U" it'Tmn VUIUt,J tXMtl?ita it "IIVH Torrtrta II itllUlUOl U rnlrteA wns certainly a good deal against him, toMiTiuii.i.i;ii or TiiucriniGM'r. Stanford, Ky, --ZL&S for the girl who sat by his &idc and pil6 I. C August wth. ofllcer, tried to arrest Link Jester. He bTAMOHP. KY QSfeMCTor Mcltoberts' Drug Store In the;0wley Wlii!re.m. I,y MttUfuetorv vvldenru drew a razor on the olllcer and Wil- lowed her hood on his manly breast Uuildins. to the uiileiluis.'lt Iiiih weighed not less than 260 pounds. mmle liams shot him to death. toupjHnr tliHt'Thu Llnrol- - Couiitv ChlcngoPostt Hank of Sutifonl." In tho clu of Mrs. Charles Tolle, of Vanceburg, C. TA1IKZR BUOS., McSIKNS?. Stiinforil. in the. county of Llneoln' anil An lie VliMtcil It. JG-JVIcGJjAHheard something after her chickens Stwtoof Kenlueky. lid eompllod with nil Y Towne I don't sec how it comes the provMou of the Stntutts of the l'iilt-nud fired her shotgun in the direction that Jhipwrecked sailors often starve fctnti. itMUlre(l to Ih) complin! with bcfoio The JUST AIlIMVEIi from whence the noiso came. To her to death. an ii,soelntloii ahull b nuthorlrvd to surprise she badly wounded two boys tin biislnchH of llnnklii-;- . Browne Why not? Now. iliurofniv. Ooorgo M. Collin. Deputy who were helping themselves to her Towne Well, I came across about and Acting Comptrollur of tho Currency, do Stanford, Kv., lowis. two weeks ago, and I don't feel like lieri'by eeitlfy Unit "Tho Lincoln County Two spans of the international bridge eating yet. Brooklyn Life. National Hank of Stanford" li the City of And of the New York and Ottawa railroad, Stanford. In tho County of Lincoln uud Is Receiving liis h'tutcof Kentucky, rislilriK for a Title. authorised to comnow under construction across the St. &c Ac mence the busline of lluiiklux lis provided Goods. First Hobo I'd like to go to Cuba. Lawrence river, foil without warning In Section fifty one huuilnid mid sixty nine Second Hobo What for? Wo ulao have of tho ltevlnnl Stitttitiwof tho Unllwl .tntoi. Goods Warranted. with 00 men at work on the bridge, all First Hobo I'm tired of being cnllcd In tetlmonv wliuroof niti.ei my liuiid (JO being thrown Into the river, some and swilof olliee thi ninth day of Aunit. a tramp; it would seem more Fit Guaranteed. 16US. feet below. Eighteen were killed and to he known as n recouccutrado. (KO. M. COri'IN. Give Him a Call. the rest arc missing. Town Topics. Duptity and Aetlng Comptrollur of tho Currency Tho gross and net earnings of the Sir. Anbury PepperM. No. 5132. :. railroads of the United States for tho FIRST NATIONAL BANK "These were extras " the garrulous And a Few Kugs to Close Out Cheap. And Dealer in half year ended with June SO have been boarder began. OP STANPOUP, KV, SAR1TB3S, SADDLERY, ScO. complied by the Financial Chronicle for "Are you referring to the appropria1&U roads working 130,843 miles. Tho tion bills?" Asbury Peppers made all ! STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock $100,000. Sarplas, $15,750 gain in gross was $51,000,000, or 11.73 possible haste to ask. Cincinnati EnTIIH per cent. The gain In operating ex- quirer. Attention of the public Is rail is to tli firt m,.i 1 will k11 at public sale at mjr mldewe, this Is llie only National Hank In Stanford. Un2'7 mice penses was $33,333,333, or 10.74 per Iiiok of .tlatcrlal. der the rovlsloiis ot the National Hank Act miles North of Crili Unhard on tho liueaster MATE! D depositors are secured not only hv t ho capital stock "Bridget, I told you twice to have pike, ou cent. Tho gain In net was 17.S millions but by the stockholders' liability (or an amount muffins for breukfust. Have you no or 14.18 per cent. equal tn the stock so that deitosliurs of this InstituWednesday, Sept. 14, '98. intellect?" tion are secured hy a fund ol fiio.euo. I'lro ssroru PHNETItATES sUtemuutsol tliH condition ot the llauk aromade "No, mum, there's none in the All of my Stock, Crop, Tannins Implement The Seventh army corps of more each year to the United States (iorirninent and its JIOU4CH01U ami rwiicnen r uniiiiiie, u)Iiiiiiiil' ot EIGHT GREAT STATES aMelsaro examined at stated times by government than 30,000 soldiers Is in Florida, where house." What to Eat. .Maro hy Kxtra Work Mule, marei, auents, thus securinc additional and ixirlect salvt Cianiljetta, powl worker nnd driver, (ilil Kentucky, the conditions ure not favorable to I'or Good anil All. Tennessee. Virginia, Georgia toilfpoillori. Carriage I loie. Taniilv Hon., Children's Pons', This institution orlalnally estahllshe.1 as the I0. He My wife never got the better of well nroKe io iirnvor line i extra North nnd South Carolina, i uiy nor health and yet there Is less sickness Hank of Stanford In loo, then reorganised us posit Aliibama, Mississippi, 10 rvt;ltcred lierkshlrn dlltx ar.d 1 .Njhk, the National llauk ofStantoid In lift) atnlazaln among those 30,000 soldiers than there mi but once. rettislereil, 8 stock hog, i lion wa(on, earrlajje, rtorpanlied as tho First National Hank of Stanford Lucky new, was that? IniK'Ky almost TTIie In has had prartlrally an unlutorrupted exist- Route to is among any 30,000 men In any city In She (sighing) man! Whenmarried me. Cultivator, I twKl nMill, I Him mower, (tliuit CutTeed Littin He When she years. 11 is Hotter sujiplleil now wit nun. mr SliWltr. Plows Harrows, Harm., Ac Through Sleeping the United States. What is the reason? ter, Corn laelllties for traimactlns biutness promptly and libAbout 10 acres of corn in held. 10 or U tou ('lover erally than .ver before in Its long and honorable Have they had better food, more suitHay In laru, CM lmsliel of O.in, jijo buhelof career. Accounts of Individuals, tlduclarles.flruis Hotween LouUvlllo am1 the South. Kxperlencf Hail Tauulit Htm. Seed Wheat and I bmliel of Clover Stoil. All my able clothing, more and better nurses and Individuals solicited. She They say mischief causes dim- household goods. nenl Sits of niio Walnut OlKCCTOM. and physicians than have tho other ples. Tables, Clfalr, Cariiets, Doyouhelleveit? Ollicu le$K, Choking Stove, Holler-toy V. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford camp? Not ut all, 'but they have had ami Moldard Creamery, Davis Chum and but- THRItE DAILY TRAINS " He Xo; I helieve it's the dimples S. 11. Haughmin, ' . J. S. locker, ter worktr. T . Hill, Fltzhugh Lee in command, and thanks that cause the mischief. Fllegende Said will brain promptly at 9 o'clock. Each way between Louisville und Lexington V. P. Walton w. A. Trihble, to this brave soldlor, without feur and Blaettcr. Tkiims. Allsiuu of ilOaml uniler,cath In baud, Orch'd i: HCoUeT,CT (Stanford. M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. W. A. TUKK, G. P. A., M , O.Lltuore, orcriiu, 3 mouth's bankable note. without reproach, his command is In rented on day of sale for tho Tho farm will Washington. I). C. Tnsk J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. orriCBRS. Troops at Druubwick, Gu., refuted to remaiuder of this year and isyy. perfect flgh ing condition. Louisville W. II. TAVLOE. A. O. P. A. J .S.JIIocker, President; J.J. Mcltoberts. Casnlt E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville. Ky Post. J. E CAHSON, Crab Orchard. accept pay from a Negro paymaster, Louisville, Ky A.:A,:IcUuney,AlitantCaiUler. I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a - BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, CRAB ORCHARD. A Beautiful J Present c ISKkfl A X For GAME PLAQUES -- Penny's Drug Store. g 21-2- 2. n 5 Or-woo- d, 1 Got Thorn: J. T. Jones, 31-- tf pissen-jre- ri fun-thr- j- LOUISVILLE HOTEL l'l-AXfe- . i. nine-year-ol- d great-nephe- pfr HC s saw J BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. Odd Fellows, 1 . J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. or , .i !.-! I'mw-a.iot- pack-trai- Farm For Boston, Mass., Sept. to Fare for Trip ROYAL Illue-OraM- i CRAB ORCHARD 4i'-l- SPRHMGS m. PH6LPS, NOTICE. Four Route," i . &,-ioiH- jr Jv.'1-- t NOW OPEN. Mason Hotel first-clas- s. prv-o- nt -I r . FIRE INSURANCE n B. J. T. SUTTON, Insurance Company Insurance FM13KIX Incaster, Court-IIoti- so t I mm ) M, l- -tl I THE CYCLONE. ! . I. jm-Mnl- R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. eil i Nn-tlot- ml RUPLEY, I com-miMi- co Merchant Tailor, Fall 'New Calicoes, New Percales, I Viitter high-U.nc- ri TODERTAKEffi.! 2 Rag Carpets at 15c Yd., PUBLIC SALE Souttiern Railway 1 TAKE THE MORION,' Popular 1 1 1 1 un-- hay-ruk- e Tit-Bit- s. Cars li, o--i CHICAGO. 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