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NO. oo I NEYS IN THE VICINAGE. m coption wo know of no ono continue! to his bed in this section., Campbell McKinnoyandlkcGillispIc huvo dissolved partnership In the barber business here, Glllispic retiring. bridge HatliD, Vu. McKtnncy will continue tho business at it) dead. Rev. J us por Field, of the Northern the old stand. Sum Holl, for klllltijr .loo Johnbon, The colored Baptists closed a two also colored, ut Somorsut, was held In Mutliodlst uonfuroncQ, was acquitted at Muysvillu by a church court, of the weeks' mooting here Sunday night. bull. Sl.ftOO Mr8. Goo. Nuylor, of Lunoastur, aged charge of being thu father of a babe Several wero baptized Sunday morning SB, and onu of thu oldest womon In thu born to a girl In his congregation ut but the number of converts Is not Olive Hill. known to the writer. county, Is doud. Rov. J. W. Suuudors, D. D., the Rev. M. P. Morgan, a Methodist Dr. I. S. Wnrroii, of Somorsot, enmu minister of Crab Orchard, has rented noar dying at Lexington from an over- oldest member of tho Louisville Is lying at his home at Bloom-- f Mrs. W. T. Dodd'o property and will done- of morphine. A throo yuar old daughter of Sam Held critically III. He Is an undo o move hero about Octobor 1st. Mrs. Dodd will likely move with her chil- mens of needle work attracting much Abler, of Grays, choked to death la Hon. J. N. Saunders. uttontlon. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead took Tho Mulhodlst Conference at Nash- dren to Illinois. attempting to swullow n soup bean. ville uxhonuratos Dr. Hurbuo, book W. D. Gooeh. tho section foreman a number ot blue tics on her exhibits Thu Somerset papers make a creator aguut for the publishing house, of any here, found u package of lettors and In this line, nnd her work was greatly ado over thu now baud thoru tliitn the complicity In the rascally methods other mull mutter, bearing post marks admired. Her husband, who has reaverage man dous over bin first con. by which the appropriation was scour- under date of August 0, In the grass cently been made police judge, wns too judg-mo141 ward Montgomery confessed ed from Congress. near the R. R. track ut South Fork, busy In court to give the fair much nnd wim lined $100 for assaulting 2,000 Methodist church will be Saturday, last. Some of the letters attention. A Prof. V. G. Frost, of Horen College The farmers' running race Friday Jackson county dudlcalod at Harlan C. H. on tho 1th contained money nnd checks, and all was nn News comos from exciting ono and some money Sunday, and next duy tho corner-ston- e were addrceeed to Way no county peothat Indignant cltlxons drove the small-K)- will be laid thu Nolan cemetery, on ple. at The wenthor had poftcned the changed hands on It. The winner came Out of suits that cost from 10 to 12. Call nt once and get first choice as these patloutit off and burned the post- Poor Fork, of another Methodist adhcslvo matter, and all letters were last the first heat, but tho next two he llOUsC. Goods will not last long at the price. open on that account. It Is supposed gavo his competitors dust from start to Thomas Johnson, apod 101, reputed church, to cost 11,400. Tho nuw Christian church at Vun that tho package was thrown acciden- finish. to bo tho oldest white man In Kentucky, Crab Orchard, Ky. Nick Danlol, the competent and bo dedi- tally from the mall train and not nodied nt homo near Doylosvlllo, Madison Huron, Anderson county, will cated thu fourth Sunday in this mouth. ticed by the clerk, who did It. Mr clever secretary, was as busy as a bee, county. but not so much so he could not Itygulutors ttro operating In Jnckson Tho sermon will be preached by Prof. Gooch turned the matter over to the P. treat tho visiting that KJ' guests courteously. J. W. McGarvoy, of Lexington. A M. here. comity. They undertook to chastise m He Is the right man in the right place. The teachers' association held hero Dakar Perry and he shot throe, none lurge crowd will be pruscnt. Williamsburg is growing and some was pronounced a success by The Montlcello und Jamestown Teleseriously, many attendants. Several visiting splendid business houses have been Tho jury hung In the case of Henry phone company tiled articles of Incor- touchers present were made honorary built since my Inst visit there. Business If it's Quality, if it's Price, our stock will suit you, no matter what Olios at Richmond, for tho murder of poration with the capital stock lived Is n little dull just now though aud you want in the Shoe or Furnishing Line. It will pay you to look $.'1,000, and the Incorporators urc members and took part In the discusGatlllTo and ho was allowed ball at Joi here for it. Our Fall and Winter Stock is ready. The old, or retired teachers of dollars are hard to get hold of. The 11. Patterson, W. W. Jones and sions. J. in 2,WX. recent tides have helped the saw mills tho town, entered the association, Prof. Gov. Hradloy oxtondod oxocutlvo W. F. Howe. A tirlght bit of repartee was exchang- Hall sharing a part with the veterans to a great extent, but even those enterclomoney to Col. Colter, of Garrard of the profession. The noon hour was prises are shut down during the fair. Are joked in these. We are anxious to show you these goods. Let's county, sentenced to six months Im- ed the other day between two promi- spent at the homes of Judge II. II. Tye, democratic nominee the several entake one shoe out of 50 kinds nnd styles and call your attention to it prisonment for mallcloiH wounding. nent churchmen of Paris. Tho Metho- tertainers where, It Is said, the teachers for congress In the 11th. Is a citizen of It is high cut, leather lined, heavy sole, box calf; "good enough for eleCovington, John Ostool, ngod H), dist remarked "Your Presbyterian picIn gance, cheap enough or economy. Different toes and a shoe that all "got fuil." Wo are sorry to say that Williamsburg nnd one of the most popnnd Mrs. Mary Dothorldgc, aged M, nic made mo sick," and tho Presbyter- our will please. Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes that are, "because trustees did not attend this meeting ular men In Whitley. He has a large ian replied "Oh no, brother, it wasn't you want it we have It." wero murrlud. Thoy are of Pondluton relationship, tho majority of whom are nnd that comparatively few patrons of county, and this U the third matrimon- the Proobyioriun picnic it was your tho school here wore present. Such republicans, that will stick to him in Methodist appetite."--New- s. ial venture of each. neglect of opportunity we wore told by Viiminlii'l'. ' nnil lio Ain " nnt inntnrM. The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. "" Mr. K. H. Caldwell, Jr., who has boon At a dance nuar Mlddlesbormigh, . --- - : -teachers was common in othordistrlcts. ly decrease Whitley's big ropuhllcitn John S. Turner, the host, and J. F. clerk of the Cumborlaud River Haptlst "This thing ought not so to bo." majority, signs o Tor naught. He will many yunrs, was up Hall, n gutsl, oxehnngod shots. Tho Association for A "stinging" scorpion was discover- muKo au active campaign, is a very latter and J. KlrkHitrlok, another from Wuynosburg and gavo us the ed on tho hearth In the home of the line speaker and will take the. stump at minutes to print us usual. Tho mooting ill guest, weru wounded. Sunday morning. It was about once. 'lllio Hnimmtu, was held at S.ilum church in Pulaski writer Cloo Smith and Judge Borolng, of courso, was at the two Inchos long and properly nrmod for and wu a mot delightful ono. We two smart Pulaski boys, whouUomptod dangerous execution. A Are had been fair, shaking the hands of the dear In our to break up rollgloiw servieoi at n will give extracts from them rom there he went to Corbln kindled in tho grate nnd the heat must ' voters. nro serving out a $50 nxt. country church, Xo nond the Baptist Association. Tho have driven tho roptlle from Its hiding fWi lull sontoueo (inch ut nml matrimonialTahTrs, i,,nVe ls a versatile man and can make about tho lower iHirtiou of the chlin-Somerset. as much nt home at u horse ney. Whou discovered it was crawling Mrs. Alex Swift, of Anderson, Ind ' H. J. Yantls, of Hrvnnwvlllo, futhor rapidly toward the feet of ono of the nice as ,1C can nt " protracted meeting, of Mrs. W. A. Carson.of CrabOrehard, aged TO, has Just married for her llfth children of the home, who, we believe. John D- White Is evidently working is 1)2 your old and has 12 living chil- time. II' Telescopes, Club Bags. tho olbor 0,ul of the district, ns he has fjj Mrs. W. G. Welch will receive sub- barely oscnped a dangerous, If not fatal ' dren. Ho has hud W) grand and not b9cn toen in thU s"ion for some wound. The stinging scorpion Is rare and nil are living with scription for Rov. Guorge O. Ramus, tmi0, Is In a very needy condition at In this country, where they seldom tho exception of onoi Hu made Mrs. who M,,s. Josephine Curd, mother of Mrs. length more than two Inchos, reach a present. Carson a visit a few day ago. thfllH'h In Klirnnn thnr nrn anmnttrnm John Doll GlbsOn, wllO lived llCfO U Gon. Castus M. Clay was grunted an J. II. Justice, mining engineer nt absolute dlvoruu from his child wife, found to excoed a foot in length. Ex- number of years, is very anxious to iWi noarPluovillo, Hear Creek Coal Minos, v and shu is restored to her maiden name, cuse us from housekeeping uvon with buy a farm and move to Lincoln, not perished In a room of tho mines. Ills Dora withstanding her lnrge interests at the smaller ones. HlchunUon. clothes caught on lire from the gas .. Hampton Euson and wife, of Otawa, Williamsburg. She and her family-ar- e Leonard Luaohman, 67, nnd wife, S1, wero burned from his body In an and splendid citizens and I am as anxKansas, aro visiting relatives hi this In Latest Designs and Colors. ' Instant. Ills body was completely of Carroll county, have just colobrated .. tho (Wd annlvorsary of their marriage. section after an absence of 14 years. ious for them to move to my section ns burned nnd blistered all ovor. Ills Charley Hooker, a former citizen of the Whitley people in general arc Mrs. Molllo Pence, wife of Alex V homo was In North Carolina. E. C. W. Ponce, who Is awaiting trial at Rich- this county, but now of Missouri, wns loathe to give them up. : mond for killing James Smith, has sued with Mr. A. B. McKlnnoy a few days DANVILLE, POLITICAL POINTS. last woolc. Capt. W. II. CundllT, of for divorce, alleging cruelty. 41 Many of tho college boys arrived as A tragedy Is i ocullod by this announc- Somerset, stopped off hereon his return The republlcansof the flth Tennossee ftiT, r.i' early ns Saturday, which proves tholr ement: Tho marrluge of Mrs. Virginia from the G. A. Iv. encampment at Cin- congressional district nominated a Nc Ingrain, Hrusl and Moquetto Carpets, sold by sample and delivered love for Danville. Marshall Drown, widow of thu Intu cinnati and spent some time with his gro. ". Mr. V. D. Nash, onu of Danville's Arch D. Drown, nnd Mr. Jo W. Posey, niece, Mrs. Viauna Cursou. Capt. Threo Days. The populist convention at if oldest oltlnons, dlod Thursday night of of Denver, oecurrod at Omaha, Neb., Cuudlff has nttendod seven Nntlonal w nominated W. P. Marsh for !.' V pneumonia at tho uge of 71. Four yostorduy. Drown was a sou of and seven State encampments of tho appellate judge In the Third district i CI daughters and one son Mirvlvo him. Ho So far the elections are a dog fa John Young Drown, and was C. A. R. Mrs. E. II. Hansford and was n Confederate votoran. Tlio inner killed by Fulton Gordon In Louisville children, of Somerset, aro visiting Vermont went republican, but Arkan. 1st Prosbytorlnn In 181)3. Gordon also killed his wife. rolatlves here. M. G. Hughes, son of sas wont democratic, as they ulwuys do al was held at tho it church Saturday morning and Inter- During tho Inst of G. H. Hughes, 'of this place, after an and always will, world without end. mont in Danville cemetery. Eleven of the counties in tho 11th August, Miss Julia Hlgglus received absence of 17 years, mostly spent, we Mr. and Mrs. Forostus Hold and Information that her lover, Mr. Robert bellcvo, In Kansas, Is hero with his congressional ulstrlct were not ropre family huvo moved Into tholr now K. Lao Sims, of Tusculoo.-'uAla., was father, brothers and sisters. Miss Anna sented at all at the democratic conven-Taylo- r homo recently purchased from W. W. very 111 and she with her fathor, Mr. .1. has rcturnod home from a two tlon held ut London last week und Wiseman. Walter Scott G lore gavo a D. Hlggins, responded to his request weeks' visit at Hock Castle Springs. three were represented only bv proxy. stag supper Friday night to a few of to come to his bedside. Ilo had been John Carter, who has boon home on a Democrats do not seem to take much his friends. Mr. S. D. PunPelfs very sick, but tho prospect of her com- furlough, returned to his post with the intorcst lu puny a IT urs In tVudUtric Wo keep "the best" lino ot banner attracted much atten- ing rovlvod him and he took up his bed lid Kontucky Voltpitecrs Friday night. The Advocate says of Judgo II. H. Mrs. John ut the G. A. tion Tye, democratic nominee for congress and walked, motaphoically speaking. This is the completed list of tho In the 11th: "If Tyo can not be elected entertained at a garden party He met her at Chattanooga and Insisted Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Dut- - that the marriage, which was to have peace commlssoners and how they in that district, there Is no use making lor, of Louisville. Miss Lillian Hohon occurred this month anyway, be con- stand: Wm. II. Day, of Ohio, opposed any more nominations. Ono swing has returned from Docatur, 111. Miss summated ut once und with her father's to the acquisition of nil of the islands around tho circle with that captivating Carrie. Currey, of Lancaster, arrived consent she yielded. Feeling that die of tho Philippine group; Gen. Cush-ma- n smllo and smooth mnnner of his will Also 'the best" Paints, Oils, VnrnNhes, Lead. Colors and Stains. ntnSCUIPTIOXS careK. Davis, of Minnesota, an ardent capture every man, woman and child fully compounded from "tlio best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is always appreSaturday to remain a few days with her would so, Mr. Sims had already procurMrs. Fisher Gaines. Mrs. Hobt. ed the license and n preacher and the expansionist; Senator W. P. Frye, of he meets." Judge Tye Is a graduate of ciated and It will bo our couitant nlru to sell "tuo best" goods at reasonable prices. slater, Hann and Miss Sldnlo Hull, after a words wero ooou said that united them Maine, favors the retention of tho Centre College and aline lawyer. ploasant visit to Mrs. Mary Downton, for life. Tho whole party went at onco Philippines; Whltclaw Held,, of Now Fusion between the democrats, pop& ' loft Friday for McGregor, la. Miss to the groom's homo at Tuscaloosa and York, favors the retention of tho Phil- ulists and tho Toller branch of the Nannie Hattertou has returned from remained till Friday, when tho bride ippines; Senator George Gray, of Dela- silver republicans is an accomplished Colorado Springs. Miss Bessie Dunlap and her father returned here, so that ware, opposed to the acquisition of fact in Colorado. Tho democrats got territory. Notwithstanding tho governor und a member of tho returned homo Saturday, accompanied she could settle up some of her busi- foreign who will ness. Mr. Sims is a son of tho lato tlto different viows of tho American board of regency of tho Stato univerby Mr. Agnow Cheatham, satis-lie- d visit her brother, Archie Dunlop. Miss Widow Sims and was raised hero whore representatives, the President Is sity. To tho populists were accorded that they will be willing to unani- tho otUccs of lieutenant governor, of Fulton, Mo., is tho guest he Is highly thought of. The brldo Is Lucy Kerr, Mm. of Miss Elizabeth VanMoter. a most cstlmablo young lady and in mously carry out the instructions secretary of state, attorney geueral Hamilton and Miss Mabello wlnulng her Mr. Sims gets an excellent which ho hns proparod for them. They and one regent, while tho sliver reEmma CO 1; publicans received the treasurer, audi VanMeter arc visiting Mrs. J. M. wife and a nice Uttlu fortune besides. leave New York on tho 17th. 4 tor, superintendent of public instruction luck and goodohcer to them. Good Ml&s Daisy Leltcr, of Chicago, daugh and ono regent. whose- surname was ' iV ..,i..m!in LliU.l- u.. ,. Early to bed und early to rise, does ter of Levi Z. Loiter, and tho younger ... In President Lincoln's uddress, deliv" ....... ..! Feet, was inirouuuuu sister of Joseph, the plunger, Is to young lady who persisicu in caning very well for preachers and guys, but ered at Gettysburg, November 19, very makes n man miss all the fun till he christen tho battle-shiIllinois und him Mr. u..t,..M It annoved him lS0:i, ho said "That this nation, under ami he earnestly remonstrated, dies and joins the old stiffs that arc up tho W. C. T. U. wants her to follow much .nnni. ..nil mn Peters call mo Foot, In tho skies. Go to bed when you MUs Christine Bradley's example and God, shall have u new birth of freedom, and that government of tho "Ah, but I don't know you 'nloiwo.1 use water. veil enough. 'Mr. Peters," sad tho please, and lio at your case, and you'll Yellow fover has broken out among people by the people and for tho peo young lady, blushing, us sho withdrew die just tho same from u Latin disease. ple shall not perish from the earth." tho troops at Port Rico. " behind her fan. 1 cvun-gulls-- 'Samuel Govcr, aged M, diod In Pulaski. Tlio wife of Judge 11. F. Hoaelt died nt Harrodsburg. Thu graded schools of Somorsot lmvu an enrollment of GOS puiillt. John 11. Thompson bought thu 5115,-00- 0 por cunt Morcor county bonds tit par. W. M. McKlnnuy, a well to do farmer of tho Plato Miction of Pulnekl county, Kldor Mark Collls hold a mooting at Hodgensvllle with 1U additions. Bldor W. H. Taylor, of Chicago, hold a meeting in Harrieou county with .'IS additions. At tho Maysvlllo Conference, Rov. J. M. Cook, of Highland, was again placed on the superannuated list. l, Rev. Henry Millar, synodlcul sulTered thu loss of his little daughter, Eliso. Shu dlod at Rock- Tho Lord's sunncr was observed at tho Haptlst church Sunday morning. This ordinance the coirimuuiennts hero observe qunrterly. Clay Gooch has been on the sick lltt for tho past few days and with this ox- - ! Pros-byto- ry, THE WILLIAMSBL'RG FAIR AND OTHER ITEMS. Sell Goods Cheap ? Well, if you Tho inclement weuther of Wednesday caused tho directors of the Wlllinms0U1 In,r lo ueclnro the hrst day's ex , lilliitlnn nfT nnil Thnpilnv irnu ttm Experience you wl I know that day, when a fairly good crowd was present. A larger one was on band Friday when the I. J. represoutatlvo Cause of Our Success Lies in the had tho pleasure of being there. The v T show of stock was hardly up to that of last year, but tho stables were full of Of Our Goods, Making People Travel runners, pacers and trotters und some gOD-sport in that line was enjoyed. A SftOO trot was on the card for Saturday when the truck record was expected to To patronize u; especially to sec such lines ns Stetson lints. Stacy Adams Shoes, be broken. Tom Napier, of Crab Or- Manhattan Shirts, Sweet Orr Pants. I'est Clothing Made. All Goods Guaranteed. chard, Is Lincoln's only representative with otock and ho has wished several times that he hud given up the gume No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. after the Darbourvllle fair. The women's department of the fair wn unusually good; some line speci!..-- DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE MERRITT i MILES The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone 1 a DRIVE N D AN ! nt Black, Clay, Worsted, X AT ONLY W. $250, E. PERKINS. Vfl IF IT IS STYLE, 1 Elegance and Economy l-- m CALDWELL & LANIER, ': la?g&c&salSa&ftSg --- -.jictj-w.-c-:-! f 11 1 4' I-- 1 I lllf t trunks! : i - gruat-grandohlldr- t MATTINGS I I 1 m 1 I I i 1, 1 i fMoquette H- Rugs f :t Camp-bollsvlll- o J. SiMS-HiooiN- S. S,ir5StSS?aKSviss5:as.sa , I Our Motto: "The Best." corn-crack- er l. Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, CRAIG HOOKER. Vun-Metc- r. , a ,- - p O 5? si " I 1 '"'fc "-, --- -. ' fftjiWW'i.i?; Ti" ISS5 ft ' si rtif- $fo." The report of Gen. Breckinridge's inent mustered out, and that by apolitADDITIONAL LOOAL. military board to investigate tho hos- ical pull tho Third and Fourth will A telephone lino is being run from ' pital scandals at Camp Thomas shows remain In service. Crab Orchard to Ottcnhehn, which will evan a worse state of alfalrs than many, The Rough Riders have been paid Ky.. Sept. 13. 1898 who made an allowance for exaggera- off and mustered out and Col. Teddy give we connection with thnt place. Stanford. i tions, supposed. On tho board was Roocvolt has been relieved. Sold Oct. W. A. Carson has sold Maj. llulburii, of the 2d regiment, Gen. Sanger, in command at Camp his stock of goods at Crab Orchard to W. P. WALTON. whose homo is at Middlesboro and who Hamilton, thinks tho soldiers aro J. R. Edmlston and will likely leave is known to bo a man of truth and high to bo sick in order to get tho Kast End. Edmlston Bros, will standing. The report shows that thero and has appointed a board to dissolve and their stock will bo moved Democratic N'omlneo For Congress was a great deal of unnecessary suffer- pass on applications. Let prlen he iinconllned to the Carson storeroom. Never will goodi be any cheaper. Thos who hcsltntc IIOIV. G. G. GILBERT, ing and many deaths resulting from lack The 2d Kentucky engaged in a sham will mi; the kowland. A telephone message of proper attention; that thero Is no battle on Snodgrass Hill, representing Of Sholltv County war. from Mr. J. S. Wolls at Danville conreasonable excuse for tho lack of sup- that famous fight during tho civil voyed tho sad Intelligence that Mrt. The esteemed editor of tho Courier-Journ- plies, which could have boon easily Tho regiment will leave Chtckamauga Sidney V. Rowland died at l:l yestertoday by L. & N. does us tho honor to devote n obtained and were not, and that there for Lexington Coiuo with the cnh. Conic and let us give you It costs 22 cents a day to feed a sol- day. Tho burial will occur from tho column or so double leaded to a reply was a demoralization of the medical .'J his position with corps thero is no doubt. The testimony dier, according to War Department residence In Danville at o'clock Wedto our few lines ancnt nesday afternoon. Uacunted was Miss reference to Oscar Tumor, tho demo- of ollicers and others more than bear flguros, counting transportation of Susan Shackelford, daughter of tho bo $60,010 a cratic nominee for congress in the oth out the report and shows a most revolt- provisions. This would ldtp Edmund Shackelford, of Richservice. district. Disclaiming any intention of ing state of affairs. Men were allowed day for tho soldiers la Tho L. & N. railroad lias received mond, and was in evory respect a most Tlmu you ever gut before or ever will ut nguln. Iluy whrrevcr you enn buy tho seriously reflecting on his position, to simply rot to death. Bed sores tilled we with maggots and vermin all over tho from tho Government a voucher for lovable, christian woman. A devoted chciipo'. A dollar is lmrd to earn. Therefore mnko it go as fur m which is somewhat anomalous, ynti can. 1'eoplti husband nnd thrco sons, William, Da- know what wo havo been doing, nnd this is all to be tclipod by what we will do. must must call his attention to the fact body, no attention even from incompe- S1S0.0OO due for transporting troops vid and Ed S. Rowland and Mrs. Mng-gi- o ThU dissolution bale has been that had ho fallen In with the overtures tent nurses and doctors, with filth and South, and will likely get uat much White, tho latter now doubly beof brotherly love and accepted the pood stench everywhere, it is a, wonder that more for bringing them back. Gen. Miles- has Issued peremptory reaved, remain to mourn her loss. Sho advice that we pave him 12 months or as many survived as did. Private Reed ho found Private Johnson, orders for tho removal of all troops wasnbout82 years of ago and besides so bro, when he wn9 rldinp in the testified that Hindman band wagon and claiming that of tho Lancaster company, on a cot from Montauk Point as rapidly as pos- other troubles, she had heart disease. nd we are riud to have letn alU t mthfy io tnni y jalicm. he would get 40,000 to 50,000 votes, ho without a shirt and lying "in filth. This sibly, although Gen. Alger had arrangThe Speaking. Hon. G. G. Gilbert now have to explain his posi- patient had typhoid fevor and afterward ed to make It a permanent camp. would not was delayed at home by tho Illness of A 17 voar old son of Gen. Wheeler his family and did not reach tion or lay himself liable to the suspi died. Tho horrible story could bo alhero till cion of a "compromise with dishonor" most Indefinitely prolonged, butenough and Lt. Kirkpatrlck were drowned in I:.'U1 yesterday, but the intervening by supporting a man nominated on tho is given to show how wretchedly In tho surf at Montauk Point. Young time was put In by Col. W. II. Zelgler, As long n.H they latt for this week only Chicago platform. We are so glad, competent and venal tho managers of Wheeler was a cadet of tho 2d year tho prohibition candidate for congress, Mr. Watterson back the "republican war" are. It leaves no and had been noting on his fathers who made a very line speech from hie 10 dozen Ladies' llibbod Vests 10c value for UJut think vt it. however, to have y,7o0 yards of Xew Indices niul Fancy Cnlicoos jut.nrrivt!, Just think for.'lc with us that we would not have raised foothold for the apologist of the admin- staff. per standpoint. At 2:15 Mr. Gilbert was a point against him, but accepted him istration to stand on and ought alono is estimated by naval attaches of introduceu uy Air. j. h, carson in a vnnl It Ten thousand yards of 's with the heartiness duo a long lost to condemn and damn it forever. Vote this Government abroad that aside from neat little speech nnd then tho next yard wide Ilrown Cotton ilc Eight hundred yanU of full yard wide llleech Cotton, free of tarsh. 7o qtuMlr brother, and killed for him the fatted the democratic ticket this fall and put the loss of her colonies and tho dam congressman launched forth in a dis at only ic per yard calf, had he not seemed in tho an the seal of your condemnation on those ages to her navy, thc war with the cussion of the Issues of tho day. referred to to run a stiletto responsible for the Inhumanities to our United States co- -t Spain in the neigh alio speaks with tho assurance of a C dozen Summer Corsets assorted slwm, rogulaa 50c qualities fbr S4c nouncement A large line of Ladles' 11 ack Dnv Skirto IS value for fl.iM into Mr. Turner's short ribs, while brave young soldiers. borhood of ;iT4,S00,00O. man who has studied thorn and Is conpledging to vote for him a sort of order Issued by tho War Depart- fident of his positions. He is an origSecketaky Alger thought that by An a "d n you I'll vote for you, but hope ment directs thnt all commissioned of- inal free elisor man and ho presents you wbnt bo elected," kind of expres- pointing out some instances of exag- ficers of regiment? furloughed for HO his theory of fluance in a clear and geration in the reports of camp and sion. placed on waiting orders logical manner, which carries conic-tlohospital troubles he had proved that days shall be For the opinions of the editor of the instead of being furloughed like their with It. Uls prediction thnt Bryan Don't let the opportunity pits. 25 pieces 2 inch w ido 1'crciilet at Courier-Journonly Sjc per we had always enter thero was no necessity for an investi troops. This move will give tho Dewill lead tho hosts again In 1000 was yard Don t fail to see them. tained tho highest regard and until his gation, but the president who had his partment u closer hold on tho officers applauded as were his many other refusal to support tho regular demo- - ear l l.ho ground, recognized that ho in case of need. good points. Mr. Gilbert is a plcnslng lDC responsioiiity lormis-e- d 1S00, we had follow- - luut"' l cratlc nominees in Capt. James G. Blaine, ?on of the speaker and his effort added to his him in.mauy a battle with almost management and incompetency or bo ' - wv rj ' of State, now at Manila, J viHH1 ftOTNiH IVW W following here. tho blind faith of a private In the h,m?eU accountable for it, so he has who was reported to have acted dis- largo Each depnrtu e it Is full of Oood Things. I. Men whi o we mention a few of them. ranks. Then we came to the parting lnvited the following men to serve on gracefully at Honolulu, has been disBRIEF NEWS NOTATION. of tbo ways and whllo wo begged and thc commission to investigate the War charged from the army. Old Jim Is implored htm to accept tho platform Department: Lieut. Gen. John M. dead or the discharge would never There are 120 legnl holidays in Manand tho nominees of the party made by Seofielcl, Gen. John B. Gordon, Gen. have been ordered. ila. its representatives properly elected iureuui,e M- "ouge, u. u. oilman, Fire at Princeton detroyed property There Is a rumor at Lexington to and regularly convened, ho was obdu- Gen. Charles F. Mauderson, Robert T. tho effect that Kentucky will have worth probabiy 3JW.00O. rate and we sadly badchlm a prayerful Lincoln, Daniel S. Lamont, Dr. W. W. three regiments, thc First, Third and Of tho 100.000 locomotives now In Hod Spread. Window Shndei. Trunks, Vnllies, Table Llncni and Napkins. Com adieu. Wo knew he would come back Keen and Col. James A. Sexton. Gen. Fourth, In garrison service; that they use America has 10.000 and Asinfl.'l.00O. nnd you will he Convinced that thN i the Cheapen Store in Stanford. "lon as replied tnat be can not though. He is too thorough a democrat An anarchist stabbed tho Empress of will bo formed Into a brigade, and to remain outside Its councils and in- - serve because of his health, the moro's that D. R. Collier will bo made a Austria to death with a sttlotto. Ho staadof placing obstacles in his way j the Pll-V-- The people have confidence brigadier general and placed in com- was arrested. and perpetuating the campaign of abuse' inmo3tof the men named and If they mand of them. Datoctlves arc abroad in Shelby tha partv should remember his past,are Rlvea full swing will be satisfied The Second Roglraent has added a county gathortng evidence against T. D. KANEY, Manager herculean services and gladly welcome w'tb their findings. raiders. , pensioner to tho long and alnrmlng true,! him to the feast again. If it be TZ W. B. Emmal, son of W. S. Emma', THE G. A. R. came near passing res- - list. Corporal Tracey, of Winchester, urautn siorcs ii i nris, unrusiu, oiening, liarHNlowi). Lawrenrebtiri? asMr. Wattcrson asserts, that there ' lllt,nna , was ruptured, so ho says, whllo help of Middlesboro. died Friday and wns rnm J,a . . ", " ...ww, r,... .., .II...UV1IMUI.H, i 'rankfort. Mauckport,fvntl.l Ind. ". aro those claiming to bo democrats and Pensions Evnns, for his order to chiefs ing a few comrades lift a barrel of buried nt Lexington. ,, , ., . . , . tuu (ary service, nf (llvilnns tn tntnllir rllwt.irvoHl nnnlt. water from a wagon. He will draw Orange countv. California, expeefp ubuurs aciuuuj tu K wVin urrmlil n!itVw- - wfnio n nnlnr. ncrnlrtrit. It to put GOO car loads of celory in the cations based on deafness and rheuma a pension of JS.50 a month. anu eiect a. repub- iae uourier-journa- i Agulnaldo and his Insurgents aro markets tho present season. Iron Fence. tism. These are the ailments always Cypress Shingk's. t, lican, than join with it and electa plvincthe Americans much trouble. A reign of terror exists In Nor thorn chosen by the malingerers sjnee they then indeed has the party reins are the two that doctors can be fooled All of his demands havo been refused Texas, whero white cap- aro running fallen into unworthy hands and men are on. Hot speeches were made by Cor- by Gen. Otis, and ho has been warned tho Negroes out of tho country. in tho saddle who haven't the first conCarl Smith and Louts Sass. well to withdraw the Insurgents from the poral Tanner and others, but ception of equestrianism, while states- counsel prevailed and nothing better trenches around Manila by September known Chlcngo editors, wore drowned went on manship is an unknown quantity to while prospecting In Canada. record. Speaking of malingerers, 15 or take tho consequences. Metal Koofing'. them. Wo hope, however, that the Mill Work. Mrs. Richard Bohannnn ha brought W. S. Davis, of Troop A., 1st Ken&S there is one who has been sent to every charge of such smallness Is but a tucky, is charged with bigamy. A sultnt Shelbwlllo against tho Southpension examining board in this part of a disordered imagination. of tho State. Including the one here, young woman, who claims sho married ern for 2.".000 for killing hor htmbnnd. Mr. Wattcrson quotes from an ediTho eight lndng hotels of and each has pronounced against him. him at Chattanooga, July 0, found on torial of his written after Shackelford There are ochers, many of them, but reichlng Kentucky that Davis had a natl roomed 4.210 people a dnv d had redeemed the State to show that they do not fare as badly as this fellow. wife and two children living at Corbln. tho encampment and took tn his action in supporting Mr. Turner is Ocean House, one of the largest nnd He gave the girl the slip at Lexington, WILLIAM PRESIDENT. in line with his promise to support When the London Echo man Informs but she Is onto his trail with an officer. best known hotels on tho Atlantic democratic nominees whenever he himself on the situation and is not so Only 7(10 of tho crack 8th Xew York coat. burned to the ground. Lots could and to enter no factious opposi- blindly partisan as to fall to discover regiment were able to march home. SIOO.OOO. Full Coiip-- of Stti.lv in Literature, Science, Mimic, Art and Elocution, tion when he could not. If the dis- that the "republican war" was a series under cul Deputy Sheriff Jeromo Orider shot Out of the regimental number of l,.'J0S, iiiii-- .nil. v.ui ivuimi icauucPf tinguished editor can support a man of blunders from start to finish ami that of them 1502 aro dead and the rest sick. and killed Robert Huff, tho Mayer of Siieeinl attention given to Primary mi Preparatory Ola.sos, nominated squarely on a 10 to 1 plat-- . the soldiers suffered unnecessarllv from None of these men saw action of any Thomas Hnlnes, while rosistlng ar( all nt the College and get a copv of t tur New ie. or w rito for one to MIIS form, as Turner was, we take It that ho the ignorance, stupidity or venality of NANNIL, S. S.VUFLEY, Iidy Principal, swiifoul, Ky. table tells rest, near Albany. kind. The last line of the can support any man the democrats put tho war department, we shall endeav- Eastern Colorado Is covered with more vividly than anything else tho forward, and that hereafter we shall or to drive some further knowledge into w wy?WfKifeB TrlSKSW'9KKtKKtKmSttSKBtStKtS3USMBKBBmBmajmmmmmi sentiments of every private and olllcer snow and a blizzard prevailed in NeMWBB1 havo tho support of his paper and his his head. Until then he will excuse us M.mafliMrXi T aaa7njML.Jr Tf. i that Chlckamauga was a hell on braska. There wore heavy frost at d influence in replacing Kentucky per- - from taking further notice of his Ipse snow also In Kansas. earth. inanently in the column that she right- - dixit charges of falsity, James A. Sexton, of Chicago, wns fully belongs the democratic Tho of tho G. LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. elected commandor-In-chle- f Dr.CUeel, of Muhlonburg, Is tho party has shown him that it can win A. R. Philadelphia was selected for National Wholesale Druggists' Ass'n, victories, in spite of htm, but we knqw lamb selected by the republicans of the thc next national encampment. 1S0S. it could win them a great deal better 3d district for John Rhea to slaughter St. Louis. Mo., Sept. Sheriff Jule Plummor, of Newport, Annual Conference M. E. Church refused 3500 and with larger majorities with him, a"d John will do it to the queen's for the ropes used In hang South, Flemingsburg, Ky., Sept. 14- 21. ing Jackson and Walling. and all conservative democrats will taste, TO Tin: The offer ' Beulah Camp Meeting, Flat Rock, was made by a museum owner. gladly welcome him to tho fold again Ky.. from all points between Danville WAR ECHOES, and "no questions asked." Wo hope Tbe Intenso heat has caused a water and Oakdalo including, September with him that the now questions press- famine In London, and over a million Hobj0n ha8 bee77romoted to full for the above occasion. Tickets people arc suffering, ed upon us by tho war with Spain will fevercascs having naval construotor t0 date from Juno 2:,. are good until tho 2Gth, to return. See developed In nlarmlng numbor. furnish high fighting ground upon , Senatop G of DelttWa,0 i8 small bills or ask agents for full parwhich the party can stand shoulder to ollicially announced as tbo fifth ticulars. and march with solid front to ber of the Peace Commission. wo will mnke the stock sail Ur The unwritten law ha3 been upheld For tamas ba0k t0 an olficer a prI- i vate was sentenced to 20 days at hard In Missouri. Adolph Lubrlck, of So here s hoping Mr. W. atterson. if Warrensburg, killed W. H. Hartman, h,B $5 to Wo o He r very cheap our (.took of MIMIn-er- v. Urey wont let vou ride a horse in the abor an( oj forfelt of which consist of h small line of lint, per cent o the United whom he caught in Mrs. Lubrick's About ' procession, he will at least let you Velvets and other TrlmnitngN. SlateB troo t Ponce oro on tho gIck room, and the coroner's jury decided Ulbbons, at Tanner llro's Store for further Apply march with us in the ranks and that ,,,. was a case of justifiable homi- Information. Tbe percentage of deaths is that it hereafter there will be less lighting1 gmaUi TAX.NEK .t OAMPHELh. McKlnncy, Ky. cide. Hie urocenes will ftRreo with you too In the matter of QUALITY i oilier anu more sonu grape for our At least four and perhaps more lives Thero are fivo American battleships and PRICES undent enemy tho republican party, in commission, five more are being were lost in Philadelphia by tho ex! Gen. D. R. Collieu has resigned built, and when Congress meets three plosion of 40 gallons of.gasollne. Threo buildings collapsed, burying all the I will fell at jnibllc gl at my nsMenre, '.".. the position of adjutant general to ac- more will be ordered. miles North of Crab Orchard on the A private in a Mississippi regiment occupants. cept something better and Gov. Bradpike, A white man dropped a pistol out of ley has appointed Col. Wilbur R. at Chlckamauga was given five years at We don't trail in the matter of courteous treatment cither. It is to our Smith, a member of his staff from hard labor in a military prison for at- his pocket at Wllliarastown and it was Wednesday, Sept. 14, '98, interest to tell the beat quality; to discharged, killing a Negro. Ho ought All of my Stock, ('run, Tanning Implements. Lexington, to fill tho vacancy, Thero tempting to assault his colonel. Two soldiers at Lexington, dying of to bo hung for carrying a weapon. IJouMioM ami Kitchen Kiiriiltmv, cniinUtlng of 'J Is not a man in the State who would i.iu ,. uik ..milt's, Rev. W. H. Fisher, colored, will be iiamwiin, rchhi wurKf enjoy the honor more than Col. Smith, typhoid fever, bet each other 50 cents Carriage llorve. and ho will doubtless fill the office ac- that ho would die first. Both died, hanged at Wilmington, Del., Oct. 0, ori.ll li.i.lrn liv 1.I..U i.a "v ..ifo ilvu ui Into a woman's house 10 regiitereil for breaking ceptably and well. Gen. Collier is a and one won, but ho never knew it. 8 Hook but?, 2 hurto wajon, Alger has ordered that Instead of with tho intent to commit a felonlos liUKgy almost km1 ns new, cart, mower, carrbia-devoted friend of the governor and his And to treat you courteously. We realize this and we do this. Cultivator. Iced Mill, Hots' IJiiIp (ilaiit Cut appointment was his first official act on $10, $35 bo allowed for the burial of u assault. ter, Corn Shelter, 1'lcmi, Harro, llariiev, Ac of John Pipper, a veteran of 70, from Almiit Macron IViO corn In flel.l, pjor li ton Cloter taking the reins of government. He soldier, and his remains transported Hay In ham, bushel of tuts, jm) has made an excellent otllolal, and his home at thc expense of ttie government. Indiana, won't attend any more en- SiiM Wheat ami I butheln ofCiour hutl.huihelaof All my whllo trying to household iiooiIj BevtT.il ets of nice Wnlntit Gen. Dau Collier says he has no pub- campments. He fell friends of both parties will wish him Tabic, Chnlr. Carpet, Ward. Oltica Oetk, looking Stoe, lic or Federal ofilce in view. The get on a streot car In Cincinnati and robes, well wherever ho goes. Iv and Moddard Creamery, Davis' Churn and butstory of tho reorganization of tho was killed. ter worker. J. W. ROUT.Manaobh. Sale will liesln promptly at The G. A. R. vindicated Alger. Third regiment under his command is "Tho Territory of Hawaii" will bo Tkiimh. All niuiiit of and 0 o'clock. fid under, cash In hand, Leastwise it glorified him fn resolutions denied. the name of our new possession and tho over 310, 3 month' bankable note. Main Street, Interior Journal Building, Stanford, Ky. The firm will ! rented that are as llowery as they are foolishly At Frankfort It Is said tho Louis- form of government will be modeled remainder of this year and mi day ofale for the IKf.', faUe. J IA C.VIISO.N, Crab Orchard. ville Legion will bo tho second regl- - alter existing territories. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! OV WITH THE - pra-tondln- g SLAUGHTER I ! fur-louirh- s. al BEST BARGAINS More For Your Money - A GREAT m Sp SUCCESS, Hoo-ier- n A few more 36 inch Percales, 10c quality, for 5c. TE TfflVZWf "RTCTl al j : - Clotlpilpg, $f?oe5, ffats, Cap5, ,Mattir;gs, Liace Curtail, " The Louisville Store. - toll-gat- e ,,,,, ,,,,, .. ; ' , dera-ocra- - fig-mo- ot A.C.Sm&tU STANFORD, KYJ & SHKIrON, 4 gjStanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. e 1 - , n.-i.- Til -- 10-2- 4, COME , - j 16-2f- )th, r j ! Blue Grass Store, I mem-should- er ele2 .',,, uiun m :mi Pocket Book and the Grocery Agree Perfectly. u PUBLIC SALE We Trail fllong Befiind No One. CM 1 mStifiMAKE . hay-raL- PRICES LOW. 1 1 I'ur-nltun- i. j. Holler-tu- p Blue Grass Grocery. Mo-- i i tji. -- i JU - f M.VM,.mu,nm -, i3,L. nail. U" ii -nri -- A3L "-- ' -- .".". mm v 3F , Hwt,f t- T-- W ""rfyw-vtr- 'TT5?'i5SSSSWSBS55?fc5J! ' -- t"s V-fc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., -- Fit KSH left, Warren & Shanks'. of cakes lust received of P at JS We're The Greatest' Profit lers Of The Age. v A trong evidence of our groatnefls U our f 1.50 Liilies' Kid Sboo and oui SI 26 we Shit. Elegant line 13, 1898 at Craig perfumes and soans 9 m fc Hooker's. .. Chop . E. C. W.VI.TOK, Ht'alXKSI MANAGER. Rememiier J. E. Carson's sale in tho East End tomorrow, Wednesday. -- tfS - . -- . r 'K DA3XVILLB, - ky. Lin- TllK best Is never too good or pre- Danville pike. Return to this ollico. scription work. That is the roasou wo . " in.. U6c tho best goods only. Penny's Drug Col. W. II. Zkiulbr wfll speak at Storo. Ewell, Thursday evening, loth, at 7:.'!0. 1 Lost Pair of gold spectacles, on r PERSONAL AHD SOCIETY GOSSIP. Rain tonight and Tuosday, m slowly II. M. Xkwi.and room by illuoss. In eonllnod to Ida teraporature, said yestorday's Men's Mon's Salin Calf Shoe. Those goods ispatch. s m $2,000 Worth New ens t -- On 4& - Special Sale. y, ns-Hi- re h .v: Wo woro able, while in Now York, to purchao u choice neortmout of Linens nt old prlcos. Tlic-- e wo will put on gpoo'ml sale Tue-luSept. 13th, nl continue until end of week. Wo hope to have it grant many Lincoln oounty take advantage of this opportunity. Wo can talbly you of a aving of at least and you will sue more pretty designs in Table Uncus than you can find in any tgn gtoros in this section. Don't fail to coino down this week. houso-kccperone-fourt- h Table Linens. P. r inch Mrictly all Linen Iri-- h Dnm.i'k at yard, extra fino eoft GorI)nina-k- h man at UOc and 7.ic yard, extra tpmlity all Linen Irish Damask 2 ynrd wide at 7.V, nil of those in aort men L of strictly now patterns with napkin- to uintih, finer grade- - of Lineiic at Jc, SI, l.'Jn, 1.50, 1.73 and ?2 a yard. 0 - lc Mlts. J. C. IJkyant lias) gono to Rbmbmmbr tho $17 sawing machine, Paris lo visit. guaranteed for 10 years, at Warren & HORN, to the wife John A. Dlaln, Shanks'. Hiistonvllle, a girl. Sept. HO and Oct. 1 have been eolect-eMus. N. A.TYllEE Is visiting relafor the dnys for holding the Coltives In Winchester. Any Shoe ever offered at the price. "The proof of tho pudding is chewing the bag," ored Pair here. Mlt. A. A. Wakken spoilt a portion so come and see. of last week In Cincinnati. Lost, Sunday morning, In town, a Mi.ss Mauuie HitioiiT is back from handkerchief with lace border. Please a visit to friends in Lancaster. leave at this ollicc. Miss A.vnie Govhu wont up to The millinery firm of Mossrs. TanMiddlosLoro to ontor the university. Miss Jennie Wakken is back from ner & Campbell' at McKinncy desire Our Mrs. Duddcrar is now In tho city purchasing a cotnp'ete line of Fall Millinery a visit of several weeks to Lancaster. to sell out. See ad. nnd wo A'ill be glad to supply nil friends, both old and new. Dk. R. L. DAVISON has llttod up an Maccahee Hall. R. S. Martin, of excellent operating room to his ollicc. Brodhead, will build a hall at Junction Mit. Thomas Smiley, of Moroland, City for tho use of the Maccaboo lodges will move to Lexington and open a livthere. ery stable. COL. D. W. Trhiiilb, of Richmond, Five .vidows board at one house on is the guost of his sister, Mrs. l P. Lancaster street and 11 have boarded Ci iM. iOTtts.s:&rc2iz5Cu;3&TO3 Nunnelley. Z2i there during tho year or ho of its e K. T. Fish, of tho .'Id Kentucky, was existence. on Friday's train to Ml. Vernon, to For Rent. Hanging Fork farm of onjo a furlough. GO acres, in corn and whoat. See G. L. Missbs a lick, Doha, Catherine Carter near the place or address T. M and Kona Bavohman leave today for . White, Corbin. HoUlnh Institute, Va. ClIAKLBYUKBBN, of the Louisville The rather significant name of Bar Store at ISllznbothtown, spent Sunday was chosen for a new e in with his mother. Mercer and Charles Patterson was apJcikjfJ. W. Alcorn, MUs Annie pointed Alcorn and Kondrick Alcorn spent SatOL'R new fall stock of ladles' misses urday in Louisville. Mr. A. Addams, of Frankfort, who and children's line shoos is unsurpassed, m with his wife is visiting at Crab Orch flnr goods than ever, moderate in a m ard, was hero Saturday. Severance t price, Zlegler Bros. make. Guarantee to Outlook And Outwear J MILLINERY ! t 1 JOHN P. JONES. f t!T3gt&'?5&3f3?3 board-hous- i 1 post-ollic- 1 1 post-maste- r. Fine Table Sets. I ' Alxmt 2. jiunh' Tnlile Clothe' with Napkin to match, size 2i and ." yard round, and .), l) and I vnnl- - long by '2 yard- - wide at $.2o, l.oO, 2.00 oO to Sli a den. up to S7 per ard, Xapkin- These are the finest Linen? cor shiwn in (Vutml Kentucky, Conic and oe them. S-- ) Napkins le 6c Towels. Napkins by the lnindmN from SI pr dozen for all Linen Irish Napkins on up, nil wniilu in tho vory (;..( double I lu.i.Mi.- - 'i'.,.. ,.1j from 10c 4,. O' inni'i: li 01 each, and every one at epaoial sale price-- . SjKciul vnhio in full Mono bed Turki-- h Hath Towels at 10, 15 and 13c. All grade of pure Linen Cm- - lies from yard up to l.'Uc per yard New Dress Goods. and Winter Dress Goods aro now open and on sale, beginning at 2e for .'111 inch Novelty Dre-- - Oood- and on up to the finest Ilroadcloth, Kpingle-- , Granites, Venitian-'- , Coverts Topliiis, CamelV Hair, tod; of Now Mack Goods in plain and Sponge Cloth-- , Ac, Ac Imnicn-- e 12 inch Mohair Crepon fancy weave- -. in Chevron and Diagmnls at 7oc, 25 grade. regular SI. All new Kail - our Tailor-Mad- e Dresses, reml-mnd- u We linvo in transit a handsomo line of Tailor Suits. "Wo believe wo can sitvo you a lot of inonuy on Suite, and will ask you not to buy until you eoo our line. Prices from S10 to B25. Far Collarettes. an unprecedented run. line of t!iei and aro confidont they will have We will have the newest shnpos in real Seal, Hluek Martin, Persian Lamb, ICrimmor, Heaver and all the cheaper Furs. Price-wi- ll range-- from S2 (o S.lj. Wo have bought an imnien-e Cloaks and Capes. We hope to have lino complete in about 10 days. Don't Miss Our Great Linen Sale THIS WEEK. 2Hlg DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. E&s-i.iftfrtlM The way rents near Waynoeburg. now goods are coming Into Severance m MltSSRS. C. D. Hockbr and W. M. & Sons s,tore. The pavement has been Holtzelaw, of Guilford, Mo., aro vislt-inalmost obstructed with boxes for a rolatlvos in this county. v, Mrs. Martha McAlistbr, who has weak. boon visiting her son, Mr. J. H. MoAJ-lito"What did you do in the county roturnod home Saturday. court today?" was asked of Clerk G. B. Mrs. S. W. Fkrris, who spen tho Cooper. "Not a single, solitaiy thing" Sunnnor with her mother, Mrs. It. A. was his response and we sought no Parsons, has gone to Orogonln, O. BR further. Mrs. J. II. IIockkr, Mossrs. S. M. Septemher 24th is the last day for and Richard Hooker, of Kansas Clly, filing claims against Lincoln county. are visiting rolatives in this section. Miss Lucy Simpson, who had her All claims filed aftor that dato will bo arm broken 10 days ago, by u horso carried over till next year. George B. stumbling with hur, is nblc logo about. Cooper, clerk. 9 Miss Klma Hakbr, of Indianapolis, Hen Baugh, of Highland, was here visiting friends in th Shelby City sec- yesterday making preparations to make tion and n cortain old bachelor Is very it hot for the scampwho signed his happy. name to a kukiux notice and posted Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., left on the on the gate of Mrs. Cook, one of it his oarly train vestorday to visit her pa- neighbors. rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. MeElwain.at OCR friends, A. B. Robertson & Franklin. MiSS Ekkib Bcrnktt returned to Bro., of Danvillo, are just a week later Winchester Saturday after a charming than last year in inviting their Lincoln visit to friunds here, including the eouuty friends to seo them, but they MNsos Woods. wnited till they had some specials to Mrs. K. L. Tanner, of McKiuney, olTor them. Read their nd. and take and Miss Llxxie Jonos, of Lexington, advantage of the low prices. are visiting Mrs. Chas. Wostarllold. Kiss is a noun that a cirl possessing Somorset Ueortor. even more than the average intell' Mrs. Rev. George P. Tauuman geneo is unable to decline. Richmond und son, Nod 110,1103', arrived Saturday Pantagraph. The roason is obvious. from Maysliek to visit hor mothor, Nouns are not inclinable. Make it a Mrs. Fannlo Green. verb and jour point will be clearer and Miss Bbttib LEWIS, tho Turners-vill- o mllliuor, tells us that Miss Minnie better taken. Straub will assist her next season, There will bo a basket social given which begins Oct. 1. for tho benefit of the Sunday school nt Miss Mary Noel has gone to Dan- White's school-houstwo miles North ville to take a position in Miss Sallie of Crab Orchard on the Lancaster.plke, Noel's millinery and hor friends here next Wednesday evening, Sept. 21st. miss her pretty face ery much. All are cordially invited. Elder F. W. Allen went to LexHe Swore. Arthur Duttou.colored, ington Saturday to attend the burial of was fined $0 for swearing on the street his niece, little Alborta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Allen, of Hoylo. the other day. It is a pity a few fines The Lexington Leader says that J. aro not imjrosed on persons, who loaf C. Lynn, of Stanford, and Frank Green, on tho street day In and day out. Loafof McKinncy, enjoyed luncheon with ers, in tho eye of the average good tho Maccabees, after their review at citizen, is almost as bad, if not worse, than swearing, which Is bad enough. Lexington Friday evening. posiMr. G. W. Martin, who has a See notice of election in this issuoto tion In the Lexington Asylum, arrived 0 Friday with a handsomo now wife, who authorize the fiscal court to Issue bonds for tho purpose of was Miss Georgia Coppago, of Georgetown. Thoy were married tho night purchasing and maintaining tho turnbeforo and are hero to spcud a week pikes of the county free of chargo to the traveling public. Tho roads have with relatives. W. B. Penny, of tho 6th U. been contracted for nnd if jou want to Cait. S. Volunteers, Is npfromChickamauga do the honest thing you will vote to on a week's furlough. His wife will pay for them. return with him. Ho says his regiment A feature of the London fair which Is guarding tho government supplies begins tomorrow and lasts over Thursleft at tho camp and when they are re- day and Friday, will bo the presence moved he thinks it will be sent to Cuba and drilling of tho "First Kentusky or Port Rico. Cavalry." General Manager R. M. Jackson tells us that the races this year LOCAL HAPPENINGS. will be better than ever and that tho Wanted. 20 acres of clover hulled show of stock will include animals from many counties in tho at once. Jesse F. Cook. ir r, and Van Caldwell, of Guilford, Mo., aro visiting thnir paJOB bIClDMOKB itt Sons. 11 Looks Like Business TIIDN k H m H I 1 YOIID FAD HI H m w M B m H a m k ft 1 This way ami let us give you a tip. AVc have spent the last ten days buying- our mammoth stock and we found prices cut to the bottom, we took advantage of this and invested all the cash we had in Fall and Winter Goods. You will profit by this if you trade with us. - i i m u 1 m mmmmmmmwmmm&mm severance: & sons. 1 1 1 'i . For GUSH Only I 1 I. Beginning' Sep. 1, 1 will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. e, LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ten Per Cent. Loner Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. M A', Corn Harvesters, 23. $00,-00- K. WEAREN St SON. ao-ye- blue-gras- Second hand lightning hay press In A second lino of SS0 was assessed good shape for sale. 15. K. Wearcn against President G. C. Lyon, of tho & Son. Hustonvillo k Coffey's Mill pike, by Squire Coffey, for not keeping It In reConfederate Veterans are request- pair. Squires Raines and Coffey were ed to meet at Col. W. G. Welch's otllco appointed a eommltteo to examine the Saturday afternoon no.t at M o'clock. road and throw it open to tho public, If Miss Jarboo is in its condition is as represented. Tho To the Ladies. the trimming room of u Cincinnati mil- condition of tho road justified its belinery and will not be hero before about ing thrown open and the justices so Oct. 1, whoa sho will bring u splendid ordered. They say it will hardly lino of millinery. Miss Llccle Be.u- - even be a toll road again as it will re-quire $1,000 at least to put it in repair. (ley. 1 We are out this year with some now improvements. Sonio manufacturers We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. imitnto Always Ask For The "Superior," When vou are oflered a disc drill. Others aro imltatious, Wo wero unable to fit our orders last year, and kindly ask you to place your order with'us early for the best on earth. I m HIGGINS & McKINNBY. j Ji&&m-Bix- to.m'-&&r3&'- - pi'jy i.'i L. fi MI 4-- f,. u. AJfitt "T- - V LAND AND STOCK, GEN. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u M AT Harry Fowler, of Hurdln couuty, has COOjicres In corn. BRECKINRIDGE MENTED. COMPLI- i .1 m 'If! v, People who live in fear 'of his attacks. happy this morning. They aro sluglug, lnughlng, holloolng, hallooing, shooting and arc cheerful In fact they feel 82 XMSRYKAlt IN" .VJDVAXCK good all over. The Chattanooga MornWhen not sopaldffiCGO will he charged. ing Times has entered camp and it has good news. A four lino dispatch If biliousness Un't the itullv of the body them to he always reliable, They are less Royal make the lood pure, then what In f When once biliousness Rets liable to urine than other t from Washington says: "Tho Second lives, nnd wholesome nnd delicious. the upper hand you don't date say your although ..mild in acttoif, they are thorout i It .. .i Kentucky has been ordered from stomach Is your own. rney nre tnc ucu family Don't you dnre eat in operation, yule that can be had." Fete LUuvrv. that dlh says blllouucs, or ou'll see Ala., to Lexington, Ky to bo what I'll do.'1 You take the dare and ou tockport, Texas. do ee or rather feel, the welRhl of the regiment Is supmustered out." Our bully's rcveuce. The head ache, not a "Having used Dr. J. C. Ayer's Tills for posed to bout Anntstonuod there seems Tegular ache, but an open and shut ache. years and thoroughly teste them, lioth as The eyes ache, not with a dull, tired ache, n tircvcutHc nnd cure foi biliousness. I to bo no doubt as to tho truth of- tho but with au agrcsalvc ache, a If they were can truthfully say that I believe them to For Iluilcliiig Up being bored by e gimlet. The stomach be the best medicine fpr the purpose nnd dispatch as It comes from tho National trembles with nauscn. "The whole head wicy uo an in.it is ciatmcu lor tlieut." no, E. Kolu, Shark, Ark.,, is sick nnd the whole heart Is faint." There J Capital. Since writing tho above Col. The strength of the little one wc Imve nil ore score of hundred of people who live Galthcr says that unless tho orders so under the dominion ot this bullv bil- ot Itillousness Is in general but a symptom the materials Our stuck of these goodo, a more stubborn disorder, constipation. iousness that they don't dare eatordrluk were rescinded the Second Regiment all without his perutissiou. There's no need Constipation is the root of almostTills phys830. C. ical, evils, aud cur from Nursing Bottle. Nipples, lite , to of such slavery. Dr. J. C. Ayer's I'ills almost all these Dr Jsteal Ayer's by RolnR to of Kentucky Volunteers would be ph evils Capt. B. P. Powell sold yesterday a effectually cure blllousuos. the root. They cure constipation, and the mustered out. He complimented his Prepnrul Food for Infants, Is laige, well mare mules f or pair of "For fifteen yrnrs I hate tued Dr. J. C. consequent maladies, biliousness, heartterms. Col. Galth-erills, and find ' regiment In glowingesteem by all hisr Ayer's kinds of bilious them very effective burn, palpltatlou, nhortuess of breath, as 82:10. &p contain!, everything npprov-i'in all complaints They sleeplessness, nervous Irtitabltlty, foul Is held In high iijhder-woo- d nre mild in operation aud ensv to lake I breath, coated toticuc, and a score of other G. B. Barnett bought of Col. malndte that have their oriKiu prefer thera to any other plfl. and have miserable men. of by ihe medlrnl fraternity. nre the three calves and a sow and pigs POWDER jet to see the case where they have failed in constipation. lir.Ajcruforfills diseases Last night was the "Red Letter surest nnd safest remedy all to cure." A. Suwnoek, Tcxarkaua, Ark. Look at our line of Infant's Combi, for 80J. Absolutely Pure of liver stomach, Alght." Tho beoonil Kentucky sere"I have used Dr J C Ayer's Til' In for the A er mtcbook and bowels. Scud Dr aud read Three fine Polled Angus bull calves, naded Gen. Breckinridge at his headcase of biliousness nnd general disorders of cute tuld by the cured. 1'ree. the story Tocthltig limps Vv.fi IWler?, of the stomach aud bowels and have I nnd the I C Aer Co, Lowell, Mass. Address Ave mouths old, for sale. J. S. Owsley, quarters. The regiment, 1,000 strong, Etc. Yon will be plcnM whh their Sr. Stanford. lined up nt 8 o'clock and after being ROYAL OAKIWJ rCmDIR CO., MW YORK. H. N. Waro, of Washington county, quality nnd price. given 10 blank cartridges to each man bought of V. L. McCarty, 21 yearling tho regiment, headed by the colonel, steers at 821. regimental band and other commisKansas farmers have organized a sioned officers of the regiment, pulled D. SIMFSON, Tror.. MRS. U. combination to buy 50,000,000 bushels out for the general's quarters whistling : Kentucky. of wheat and raiso the price. Will Bo a Hot Time." As we TINNING' & PLUMBING, F. P. Bishop bought In the West "There passed the carnp of the 2d Arkansas wo Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplcndsd I5uy your Winter's Supply of Conl of butcher stuff at 3 End two Everything (aViIq. Porters woro cheered and about 100 yards ST A NFORD, KY, , d of hogs at 3Jc. S9 to 3 and a meet all trains. we came upon a band of possiIs now prepared to do all kind of Plumbing Commissioner Mooro puts the con- further proprietor of Dean' and Tinning bly J 00 MUsisslpplnns, who were lined (Hack Diamond Roof I'uint. Telephone No. dition of the Kentucky corn crop at up on either side of the roud with A. S. PRICE, 20, residence Shop on Mill fel.. uppMli J. 105 and the tobacco crop at 90 per cent. H. Ilnughmnn & Co ' Mill Surgeon bought of JackBosley torch lights. At this moment tho band O. P. Huffman Dentist, struck up "My Old Kentucky florae." some butcher stuff at 3c: some of R. R. Tho enthusiasm was ucLoundcd. The Remember wo take All Kinds of Products In l'xchange for Coal Noel at 2.60 and some of Mrs. "Lawson Stanford, Ky. boys from Mississippi gavo us a hearty at 2c. Loulsvlllo. Ky., OffioooTer McRoberts' Drug Store In theROwsley R. A. Dodd sold 07 ewes at 84. Tom reception and I wouldn't wonder If Building. Metcalf sold his wheat to Cogar k Co., many of them aro not now laid up with AMERICAN & EUROPEAN of Danville, at 02c delivered at WJ1- - sore tnroats. Tho band theo played "Dixie" and of course everybody went more. Jessamine journal. Thomas Hill, of Adnirvllle, Tenn fX The Ladies Restnuraut I the tliiost in FARM FOR SALE, sold George wild. G. S. Jones, of Pulaski, didn't know his gun was loaded an ;! I Aors, well nstrrrd and In flnr &Ftfk the oily. Every convenience for Indie stale if rultlT. There are now only two Northern 11 heifers and three bulls at T. Wood TsroiWrlllnghouM orrb.n the city, snapped It at a younger brother Tho Hun. torn sad hay J"'V Lmcht ""(,i to ...it puriWr ran Ieuolor Umn. rnrin spending the day in on otllco lloor, 3c; to Walker soven steers at 830 and regiments In the Park, and they both burial occurred tho following day and G'itlenfii's Cafe Rurn " cll u Mms, J iiu week. MK iuiy, George T. Wood 6ome cows at 81T.50. leave this Ky. Thomas is now Insane. The regiment arrived at tho generTHOMAS A. MULLICAN. W. M. Matheny bought of George aoo-Acr- c al's headquarters about S:30 l M. One Manager. at Jones, of Pulaski, 23 Dentist, Stanford, Ky. 820. They averaged yearling steersHe battalion was placed nt the North, one Election On Bond Issue. All In llluc (irs;a psrt of the Old Music - Tuesilflv, Tlmrsdiy and SttibLir 475 pounds. (ruWrv Olllco over Hlgglm ti McKInuey's Store. pleiilld Isml well wstrrr.1 IV Ilrixht Urm Evcntnw. Solicits a share of the patronage of the com- bought of various parties 10 more at to the East and the other to the South, Uoo.tM.xk tNtrn HtnUr o.mtru. 50 munity. 817. but they were joined together. The To Bo Held Nov. 8, 1898. lion. Ijiy trims Iirtght. Manfe d, Kyi William Matheny, administrator of officers held a pleasant conversation N. T. Douglas, sold the farm of GO acres with the general while wultlng for the Special Term Lincoln county JX-JtfcCiyVY fiscal court held Tuesday, A 115. near May wood to James H. Boone for mayor of Chattanooga and other prom.1. O. O. F. 10th, 1SUS, Hon. Jr P. Rnlley, 8050. The personalty sold at fairly good inent Chattanoogans Invited by tho , judpe, with the following prices. general. The firing was done alterSovereign Grand Lodge. Justices of tho Pence, I Imve Uiught a new IIImUpII Clover llul-k- r Sales of four aged mules at 877; SO nately, commencing with the" first man w. a CohVy, V. I). Wallin, J. nnd will make It to your luU'rv'. to mo suckling mules at 822: four double of the 1st battalion and going on down H. Raines nnd J. A. Singleton. me boforu vou enpntro ti Imller GREKN1IERRV IlItlOIIT. A motion was made, seconded nnd cardeck cars of lambs at .(J to ac, ana a the line and after the lust man of the 5l19 24. 1898. Munford. Ky big lot of Tennessee steers at 3 are 3d battalion bad fired, it commenced ried, all of the Justices having voted yea, that nn election be and the Mime Is reported In the Burgln Messenger. again with the 1st battalion, etc. Nine hereby called to be held nt the next reguRound One The American Fruit Growers' Jour- shots were fired by each man In quick lar election in Lincoln countv. which dous DR. R. 5gj3pX nal says that John Miller, of Guards-tow- succession in this manner aud the 10th not occur in GO days from this date, to I W. Va., has sold 6,000 barrels shot was tired In one volley. A man wit: Onthebth day of November, 1S03,! TrnMPnPATTTTn PTTVlTnTATM & of apples for 814,520. They were raisod hardly had time to load his gun so to ascertain whether or not the legal vo- ters of Lincoln county nre in favor of, SURGEON, upon 34 acres of land, bought 20 years quickly did it go around, 10.000 cart- empowering and authorising the Fiscal Tickets will b on (.ale Sept. In, 17 nnd la1 ago for 8S an acre. ridges being fired in 10 mlnutoo' time. court of said county to isueand cll not Stanford, llcillliclcv. ter returning . leaving llot,.n not and tickets than Sept !'' n Ticket Agent "Pop'' Barrett, Carroll B. Reld's Tho general and other military men ONceeding tiftv five, $5).O00. thousand omce ovcr M store. full information call W" And Dealer in jockey, was killed by James R. Keene's complimented our firing and behavior dollars worth of bonds from time to time within tho constitutional limitations fur "Rig Knur Route," or nddn Handicap entry in the Great .HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. at Shcepshead Bay, Eastern on him as very highly and said it was tho best the purpose of purchasing nnd maintain n M.niKVl' k WM.IIN.t UMII falling . they had ever had the pleasure of see- ing the turnpike roads of Lincoln county A Tki Mr A (t l's Tr. IIMINMIIn STANFORD. KY. of toll to the traveling public, said he was finishing his race. Barrett ing of that kind. Many ladlos were free The rarmir Hank A. Trust Co.. locate! drew a 85,000 salary from Mr. Reid present and a social "on a largo scale" bonds to bear Interest not exceeding sixy atMMnford. In tht State of Kentuak u per cent per annum, payable eini.annu-all- closing up It alTiilM. All creditor ofVald but was riding extra for Mr. Keene. was given later, but those men in the with coupons attnehud, to bo in de- Hank thuri'fori nre liorcbv tioilnVd to preAt Hartford, Conn., Star Pointer at- ranks came back to camp and went to nominations of not loss than one hun- sold their cl:iltaNjrltl Mld Hunk for tempted to lower the track record of bed. A large bonfire was built that dred, 3100, dollar:.' nor more than one TANNER 3E0S., IfcKINNEY. J. II.OWSLF.V. Cnshlot. 2:031, which was successful, the mile Illuminated things for hundreds of thousand. SI, 000, dollars, to run net more than :0 years, and to be redeemed within . , being mode in 2:00. The quarters yards away. The reception tendered that time, at the plensuro of tho court. ' ..T,' ;,n,? ' ,Co",,t-of !; were 0:30K 1:01, 1:31J. It was hoped the great Kentuckian last night shows and to be sold at not .ban par value, The Sheriff of Lincoln county is direct-that he might boat his own world's the high esteem in which he is held by ia, Mtmd all It liabllltfi. ets nnd ed to advertise quarter the boys from his native State. Our ject thereof, fortatd election and the oh-- - entire bulnos,. S. record of 1:301, but the first at least J!0 davs beforeII. SHANK. President $2.-5- 0 was too slow to admit of It. J. II. OWSLKY. CHshler regiment was the only one that partici- hand in the Interioii Jociinai., a newsOF BROOKLYN. William Kennedy, one of the most pated, It being the only Kentucky reg- paper published in Stanford, Kv , and posted up at succesaful farmers in Fayette county, iment in the Park. As wo marched nlso by printed hnml-bM- s Caledonian : has succeeded In raising 200 bushels of back to quarters the whole regiment not less tlinn tour public places in each voting precinct of Lincoln and at ........ iiiiu-- c .!,.. Irish potatoes and about 13 barrels of joined in whistling "There Will Bo a .!. vuiiii !...... uinjr I.. couniv, I'.. .'.....! iii omnium, ny. mt Undertaker, Co., 01 Scotland. corn on one acre of land. Mr, Kennedy Hot Time in Cuba That Night." All legal voter" of Lincoln county shall Hustonville, . - - Kentucky planted the corn when no layed his poBradley showed how near aud be prlviledged to vote nt said election. Gov. KOUNDUD 1NOO. tatoes by and never put a plow or hoe dear he was to the boys, when he Tho tame otlicers that hold the regular Offers his services to the uil ofUVit Unrein election hliall hold tins election, which and Cssey cuuntli-s-. to the corn except in the portion where brought the specinl train to carry home shnli in all respects be held in accordance ets alwsTson hand. lull stock of otbusaud Caskthe bUk Kcutucklans. I can not but B. ho dug potatoes. t5 help admire tho governor. Each com- witli the general election laws of this U. 2). Carpenter. Manager. and at all the regular voting places E. W. Lee sold to Dr. Guerrant 50 pany lined up, the men standing In State, STANroitl), KV ewes nt 83.50, and 50 to John Cotton at front of the tent, the governor went in Lincoln county. The question "are you in favor of issuhands tho various the same price. Mr. Leo bought at down every man instreets shakingand he ing bonds for tho nurchnbc and mainteLincoln County National Bank, the regiment with C. Harrodsburg, 10 cotton mule colts, had something to say to every one. He nance of the turnpike road? of this conn mares and horses, at 825 to S30. M. J. brought with him ono of the finest ty free of toll to the traveling public" TRKASl'KY I)KI'ART.Mi:NT. omit: or tiji: on COM ITIIOI. I.IMI OF TIIK tt'HIIL.NC V Farris bought from his tenants, Win. physicians in Kentucky. Gov. Bradley shall be printed of tiie ballot as provided WnHhlngton, 1). C , August nth. the KntuckvStuititos is certainly one republican that Is all by section 1450 The Brown, Gib Goode and M. J. Huffman, eildenr preright. Clarence Coleman. riie olllcurs of the election nre directed to Whereas, by MttUfactory !m Over-allstheir share in 300 acres of corn at 81 Iteen made certify the thereof as required by sented to the uiiflertlgiu'd. It to appear that "The Lincoln Count v law. per barrel In the shock. -- Advocate., STANbOKI), Kv., A CRITICAL TIME Hunk of Stanford," In the city of A copy nttest. The Harrodsburg Democrat says that M:i ford. In the couuty of Lincoln' and Gko IJ ConiEH, Clerk, DL'RIXO THE I1ATTLK OK SANTIAGO. D. C. Terhune bought 70 horse mule And Lincoln County Court. State of Kentucky, has compiled with all Is Receiving liis tho provisions of the Statute of the United colts at 815 to 823, and 50 mares at 84S; MCK OR WELL, A Ill's NIOIIT AND DAY. Suites, leqttlied to bo Co nip led with before "Winter Goods. Pursuant to the foregoing order of the an association shall be authorized to com22 acres of corn bold at 05 cents a barThe Packers nt tho Uattle of Santiago Lincoln county Fitcai court, which is mence the business of Dunking. rel in the field: 200 barrels to be put in Now, therefore, George M. Collin. Deputv Goods Warranted. de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Hero made part of this notice, nn election will bins brought 81.50; Jerry Caldwell Acting Comptroller tif the Currency, do ic Efforts in Getting Ammunition nnd beheld and pol s (mened at all the regu and Fit Guaranteed. tlint "Tho bought 40 fine steers at 4e; and Saun lar voting places in Lincoln county at hereby certify of Stanford"Lincoln City o'f In the Hank Rations to the Front Saved the Day. Give Him a Call. the next tegular election, which will bo ders & Co. sold S2 extra cattle for deIn tho and n No. 3, writ- held Novembr S, 181)8, which election, in Stnnfonl, Kentucky, Couuty of Lincoln comP. E. Ilutler, of Is authorized to State of livery within six weeks at 4.63. Santiago De Cuba, on July 23, nil respects, will be held in accordance mence the buslno'.s of Hanking a provided Joseph Loiter has cleared up his ing from says: "Vo all had diarrhoea in more or wiui me general, election laws 01 Ken- In Section flftv ono hundred and shU nlno FIRST NATIONAL BANK famous wheat deal. Every creditor of the Kovlscti Statute of tho I'nlted States. tucky. form, and when wo landed OK STASrOH!), KV. Itr.os my hand In testimony whereof Samuel M. Owk.vs. ShorifT, has been paid, obligations to the banks less violent we had no time to see a doctor, for it was Lincoln Comity. and ncul of olllco this ninth day of Aiigu-itwhose assistance was enlisted huvo a case of rush and rush night and day to OEO. M. COP PIN. been cancelled and 14,000,000 bushels Capital Stock 5100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the tho troops supplied with ammuniFARM FOR RENT. of wheat have been liquidated. This keep Currency railed to tho f.ict that Attention nt the public TTIie Route to has been done by the giving of mort- tion and rations, but thanks to Chamber- A farm of 100 aeres to rent to a good ten- No. 51b'.!. IT. Ihl la tbo only National Hank Maufurd. the jiruflsloiu ut the National Hank Act Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- ant for a term of three to flvo j ears. For gages on property belonging to tho lain's Colic, s;c not only by the capital itock, Som'dkh. Standt'iKlton edy, we were able to keep at work and particulars apply tu J. II. hut y tho atockhohleiV liability tor an aiuouut ford, Ky. Lelter estate aggregating nearly equal tn thoatock totliat debitors oftlil health; in fact, I sincerely bekeep our $10,000 Sals of Lincoln County a fund ol $.0,0e) In value, and In other ways. Kie tHorn tatciucntsof the ouidltloiiol the Hank are de ML I Day. A big crowd attended lieve that nt one critical time this mediCourt each year to the United States (ioTernnictit aud it iudirect saviour of our army, asHuti ore cxaiiilnivl nt itnted times by Png Bonis. court yesterday, but not half as much cine was the agents, thus securinK additional and jn:rlirt tatct for if the puckers had been tiiiublo to to deoltirs. If not sold privately before wo Mill business was done as should have been. Thl Institution orlelnally ntaMlihcd m the U. been no way of at miction on SATUI ll)AV, OCT. 1, lM)s.sell Wo the undersigned Committee appointed ut of tho 200 or more work there would have Probably Hank ot Stanford in lS'iS, then reoiyaiilzetl at at u Speclul Term of tho PNcal Coutt of positouiiuuai gutting supplies to the fiont. There 11 a. 31. on tho premises me ui Q. P. A., Chicago. Vranlc J. Heed, cattle on the market changed hands. County, held Aug. 10. 1M)S, will, rcorcntilicd as the First sinuioiu in liiia anuiiKalo Lincoln National Hank of Htatilord E. II. Bacon, D. I. A., Louisville. ICv Steer calves were mostly In demand wero no toads that a wugon train could 1&S2, hai had practically au uninterrupted existpursuant to aii order of Bald court, 011 In Farm of 87 Acros, ence for 83 years. It is better supplied now wit'. My comrado and mybclf had the and a good many sold ns high as 4Jc; use. On Hanging Pork 0110 nillo from Huston-vlll- o Includes for lran.iclliiL' lmslneM promptly ami libon the Stunfoid pike. It It well Im- Saturday. Sept. 24, 189S, erally than ever before in its uig and honorable A club has been organ- but 4 to 41c were tho ruling prices. good fortune to lay in a supply of this career. Accounts of IndlTlduals, fiduciaries, tlruir u before wo proved, with houso of eight room, all tho At 2 p m offer for nalo publicly in front of ized in Chicago, and the organization Heifers were about one cent cheaper. medicine for our and Individuals solicited. necessary outhouses, well watoro door In Stnnfonl. Ky., I'D left Tampa, and I know in four cases it cr fulling Hprlngs. I'nrm in high with nxv. the PIKKCTOItl. la expected to extend over the United Butcher stuff was dull at 2 to 3c. A state of Lincoln Countv Honds of tho denomination cultivation. All under good fence. Salo Is of 5250 each. "Said bond-- , to run 13 years F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford absolutely saved life " States generally. It has been started few horses sold at 820 to 860. B. G. .S.T.Harris, ' S. If. lUuguuiin. for tho purpose of a satisfactory with tho privilege T P. Hill, by men of extensive acquaintance who Fox bought live aged mules at 8S0 to The above letter was written to tho Wrlto to any of the undersigned for division. live years, bearing of redeeming same after JV.S. Hocker, " futther flvo per cent. Intetest V, A. Trihble, Walton meet so many friends in places whore 8115. Wills & BroadwolJ bought 33 manufacturers of this medicine, the particulars "or call on or address J. vy. Dryo per annum, payable aunuiilly. J. 11 Collier.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, atJ.llustotivlllc. Ky.llaker Terhuno to bear Interest from Sept. 21, 1603. M , D.KImore, Stanfonl. Honds refreshments arc dispensed that thoy cotton mule colts at 815 to 835. M. S. W. Dryo, Mrs. and .IAS. P. HAILRY. orriCRRs. Hocker, J. P. Tiddler, Hradfordsvllle,' Mrs. It.Mrs. fj. au not get out without more drink Baughman bought eight of a much Iowa. For sale by Craig GEO. II. COOIT.U, J S. Hocker, President; J. J. Ilradley, Harrodsburg. ) 10 A.:4',:McKlnney,A.lstantCasbler. Caihls H. HELM, ' Druggists, Stanford, Ky. than they need. better grade at 833 to 850. MK mifi JlK. Bauglnnan sold to Isaac Hubbard a mule for 8100. J. P. Hubblo sold to John Beck a bunch of calves at SID. The Owenton Herald reports tales of L'O mule colts at ?15 to 830. M. S. Bauglunnn bought of John P. Cook a mule colt for $45. John M. Gooch eo".d to MS. Baugh-ma- n a mare mule colt for S.V). The Ware farm ot 101 acres, .five miles from Lexington, sold at $2.-IO. P. Huffman bought of Jake Robinson a lot of butcher stuff at a to Ulc. C. T. Bohon, of Ilustonville, bought here yesterday 22 mule colts at 820 to two-year-o- ld Camp Thomas, Ga Sept. 8. The boys of tho "Old Second" aro very AN OLD BULLY. How to avoid him or beat him off. - ti82fe$3& An-nlsto- n, ? - -- d Urn-lie- s, Mason Hotel T Penny's. Drug Store. Iincaster, J. "T. Jones, first-clas- s. car-loa- car-loa- BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. 21-- tf LOUISVILLE HOTEL DR. P. W. CARTER, J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. "SO i Farm For 8alc (rn-niwrrj- r - Attention, Farmers. -t Odd Fellows, to Fare for prej-cnt- nro.-en- t. Boston, Mass., Sept. Trip '"SS' M. PH6LPS, n, "Big Four Route." UNDERTAKER! gl l'--- ' NOTICE. 1 . THE CYCLONE. Clothing", FIREINSURHKGE j See our new 1 j 1 K'& J. & TS&t k'?. v lnl 1 Insurance Company Insurance made double overknee and seat, only 75c. TAKE THE Suits from up, Corduroy Pants $1.50 and $2, Jeans Pants 50 and 75c, Heavy double over knee Overalls 50c, Heaviest Duck , ( T. SUTTON", R. MAHONY, Agt., H. RUPLEY, I !. Nn-tlo- Merchant Tailor, Fall rc-u- lt 11 1 1 Count-Nation- pack-trai- m ONON Popular . m I 111 Un-il- fll-i- m CHICAGO. non-troatl- FAR FOR SALE 1- E:b 11111 two-third- s 111111K -2 pack-trnl- 1 Court-Hou- so 1 1 i 1 18-- td SJu -- i.