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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 1, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899080101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 1, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST CRAB ORCHARD. 'LANCASTER. XXVIII NEWS 1. 1399 10 QFJHE VICINAGE. - Fred IIot.Ii; died at London, nco 60. Mrs. M. A. Hundloy, ntrcd 73, died nt Ibanon last week. W. K. Vatiirban. tin old nnd n cltuon of Greensburjj, l dend. ll Mm. Leon Foley' residence at llamsbun? Imrnrd with It content well-know- Murlawllllo Smith, dauuhlcr of Ml Capt. J. Speed Smith, will bo nn militant In tho Mebinond nostolllco. . Mr. Molllo Hopiwr, aired 40i died nl Junction City Friday of peritonitis. A husband and four children survive. Jcso, Irvine ond Fuller Ilakcr, cloe rolutlvc of Tom Hakor, wcro arrested In Cluy county and tuken to Loxlnittou for moonihlnlnif. AboSamm, u jounir man, hot Felix Mink, need 73, through tho head at tho rcult of a ciunrrol on Skaffit' Creek In Hockcaitlo. Wlloy linker not a continuance at llarbourvlllo and Gen. Garrard went trial hi ball for S.1,000. Tom Maker' will bo called this evening. Danville pcop'.o are constdorlnir tho building of a political tabernacle on tho vacant lot next to tho jail for tho usu of both parties during the present campaign. Cozatt' store at Parksvlllc, was broken into the other night but nothing of Importance vtiw inlfscd. The scamp wcro chased for a mllo or so but unfortunately wcro not caught. Ilobcri and James Mind, uged 13 und Friday nltfht. for nearly a year charged with conspiring to kill John Patrick, were let off with a lino of i each, lvcauc of tholr youth. Fair, W. 1M was at tboHuitonvllle 1 IS, who lmvo been In Jail at Harbour-vill- a , of thO Vict; that from Thursday' passenger train. They had a bustling representative there though. Mt. Vernon Signal. Inspector Lester' offlclal report fro in Clay say that ho see no sign of any ImmcdlaW trouble. Ho think soldiers and special courts arc not needed and he suggest? no remedies except In the way of legislation enlarging tlie power of circuit Judge and the governor. M1DDLEBUR6. ISTKItlOIt JOUHNAl., was accounts for their absence Senator Farrl lias gone to Frankfort on private- business. Quito u number of our citizens took M. and Mr. K. I'. Hughe, of Louis, ndvimtagoof thu cheap excursion to vlllc, ii ro visiting relatives here. Cincinnati Sunday. A splendid rain has fallon and much Mr. H. A. Hlgglna and daughters, rood has bean ilnnn to nil rrmu nml Mrs. Kittle King und Mis Battle Hlg- - vegetation generally, gins, wcro culled to Flat Uoek by tho Tho Ladle' Aid Society rcnllzed MO uJden lllnes and death of Mr. Wm. from the supper given ut Mr. Jennlo II. Hlggln. Deceased wn a native West' last Thursduv evenlmr. 01 mi jountv nnu leaves a wire nml Mr. G. M, Patterson bad a vacation two bright llttlu uhlldrcu. The fum-1- 1 of .10 day, which tlmo he spent In tho has tho sympathy of their many mountains taking n needed rest. friend. Hcv, Ira Partln filled Kev, Mnssct Mlssc Sadie and Magglo Stngg, of pulpit hero Sunday and ho will preach Stanford, tiro spending u lew weeks nt Wayncsburg noxt Saturday nnd Sunwith Miss Maggie Pleasants. Mr. J. day. W. James goes to Lair Statlou Aus. 1 er There Is talk of starting a not tier to take charge of a now distillery for here, to bo known as tho "Battle J. Kessler & Co , of Chicago. Ho will Row Bugle," with Dave IIojs and Mike also continue to run hit distillery horc, Salter as staff correspondents. making weekly trip to both houses. Tho vote on tho liquor traffic, taken Mr Scott Anderson left Thursday to In the Walker schoolh(iuo precinct, take charge of a church at I'l lleno, last Saturday, rosnlted In a majority of Oklahoma. eight votes for tbo tale of liquor. Mrs. Luclnda Slaughter I visiting Mr. W. A. Arnold made the stun-lin- g her mother In Clay county. Mrs. Jolt announcement that there Is ono und family, of St. Louis, arc spending a placu where there I not a single bolt few week with her sister, Mrs. J. J. cr. When nsked what plnco it Is, ho Hrook. Mr and Mr. Wntklns, of answered: ''Heaven. '" Catmibellsvlllc, and Mr. and Mr. The friend of Hon. II. H. Torallnson of Oklahoma City, aro visiting aro anxious to have hi in run for repretheir parent Dr. and Mr. Stapp, Dr. sentative ntid they claim that he can Suipp Is In very poor health. Dr. nnd be Induced to do so. His eiicccs lu Mrs. W. W. Hurgln left for their home race heretoloro leads them to believe In Richmond Sunday and wero accomthat ho can win. panied by MIm Dot Collier, who will A democrat, who wai not for Goebci mukothema visit. Miss Lottie Caldwell for the nomination, say that the un of London, accompanied Miss Fannie Just calumny and reproach that has Kedd homo from Livingston Friday and been heaped iiion him, would now lead will be her guest for several weeks. him to support him for tho nomination. Miss Hart, of Somerset, who has been It tho convention had not been held. Satan announce through one of hie tho guest of MUs Hcrt Jamca several weeks, left Saturday to visit friend In cmmtssarle that a smail room will be i'lehmond Mr. Lena Miller nnd son, prepared for the dlsanpolutcd, defeated of Oklahoma City, aro visiting her bolter. Ho lay that there will not aunt, Mr. It. H. Bronaugh. Miss An- - bo many as they have lost their lo Hronaugh Is spaidlng tho week ' llnence and usefulness even In hlg Tho church social will be ut Mis - liable Edinlton'no.xiThursda night. - A. M. - - r NO. 44 , HATS! II HATS ' I HATS I Ham to Stilt Kvcrjbjdy. I II pu-p- DIl HAWKIS'S BROWN. I At tlic old ltroun homestead, three mile friun Hii'tonvill", Dr. Hnwkins Itariwi win horn Nov. 11, 1832. At the age of 17 lie licgnii tlictudy of )ili:irmucv in Iuiville, nnd, ulicn he completed the t)llrM,, reliirueil to Hutoiivill' nml (ttulicil inediciiic tinder tie tu'itim: of Dr. Panlov, Al'tf r fmni the Iiii. ivillc ( i "' .Miili i'w, in 1H34, lie Imtihir :' Hiirimr. In lhi!-ho Hf !.; intril Aft. Surgei smf tlie Hi-- .' i . Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, I Cotton Hats, I Fur Hats, 1 v Soft Hats, n Kti Alpine Hats, road Hats, i is! 8 il. I I (!) Hrowii Ham, Pearl Hats, Black Hats; In fact almost any Stetson Hats H. ! 1 ,v "W hat wanted. I ; ii J. M'ROBERTS. Firt K".in'h In-n- tl.wi by Hrigtide Siirgooii ui C1. ll'ClM'k' stall. n SiugiHiii on Co'. WoIfird'iMad", n iiiwiittil iliiector with Gen. Sturgi-nnd finnlly lmving the fiiineolliee with Gen. .Stoiienuin, who then coniiimnd-e- l the Army of tlie Ohio. He vtnn y Mirrciuloml wit!i Gen. StoueninnV in it defeat nt Mucnn, Ga., endured nn experience of Southern pri ons for n feu month'', hut w.u and rejoined liU regiment a short time betore it was inustcrcd out. :i nr-m- the sin ntpid Tuiitioii, Krving Cuvnlrv, yenr to Surgi-oii- , ndvanr-w- l id-Seas- on Sale I Goods Must L'e Sold. Look For Yourself. School opened ot Mlddleburg Academy Monday. Pasture have taken on greener hues since thu rain. Tho ground I wetter at this writing than It ha been for nearly nine weeks, tho reull of u regular clod soaker which fell In torrent Friday afternoon. Green Klvor, which was almoldry,got almost past fording. Our people aro eating corn bread now. Tho bolting announcement of former Gov. John Young Hrown created great surprise among Cusoy democracy. In fact many of hi best friend can't believe what they lmvo read In colli print. No Cusoy democrat will bo so foolish us to cast their suffrage for tho Doboe-Taylor 1 Democracy' Aid Society. gaining nominee l a winner and ground cadi day. Tho revival which hnd been going on eok ut tho for something like two Haptlst church was brought to a close Thursday night. Kev. J. F. Williams, who conducted tho meeting, I ono of the ablest divine of tho Haptlst In tho South. Fourteen were baptized Friday morning, tho Kev. Green olllclating. After tho baptismal ceremonies llro. Williams delivered a short but eloquent discourse, for the most part to tho now convert. Misses F.tta and Bertha Heldon, of Crab Orchard, aro visiting friend ut tbl place. Mrs. F K. Gllletto ha returned from a vllt to her parent In Indlanapoll. Dr. L J. Godboy left Wednesday for Almn, Tcnn., where ho relieve Dr. Hanoy, uutll that gentleman can come back to Kentucky for a Hluu Grass bollo. Prof. Hugh Moore, returned of Mlddleburg Academy, Thursday from Tennessee, whero ho hut been recreating. Mr. Dr. I. S. Wesloy and children, of Lancaster, are visiting her parents ut this place. W. W. Durham und ncphow, of Taylor county, visited G. S. Durham lust Week. CLAKKXCK COI.KMAN. Mr. J. I!. IJIIjr, a I'roiulueiil (Itlimof lUnul-la- l Mo lately lial a wimJerlul ilellrtranre Irum .. r.L.l.iCil InlrlllllKul It linuvi, "I rail Into oeuuiu-iiMlruallh 1 Mr lungs Iwpk hardened me othlu I wulduU eeu tit up III etiwct.d to fun tils vl ruiuiuniuii. wueii i Clue Iwtllo lieaid uf Dr Klu j's New PUxittrjr. II, siidiww Kate ureal relief. I continued louio lu It. imvellaud alron. I can't utIiki Ismuili surea llis rslM. ' llilamarielloua iiwdulne uiJmiUkral cure lu lbs world lor sllTurost Slid ilm M wuU Slid II. Trill Mft rnmuls IwttlM Iree ut Penny's I'rui Blore, trerjr iwltls ma i.iwwas savi:ii. rUol.irssr,tBst I1. wrk lifll with her grandmother In Stanford. cuu-Mr. William Mr. nnd Mr Cathdollar and Mr. Slg Holtzclaw, aged 74 ler nnd sun, Willie, left for their homo tears, died at his homo neur Gilbert's at Frankton, Ind , SaturJay, after a Creek, lust Thursday; of cholera morprotracted stay wltb Mrs KatherUe bus, und the remains wero buried at McAIUtcr. Gahen Friday. He was a useful, pop ular and worthy man and ho will bo KINGSVILLK. missed lu the community. Notwithstanding the proposed or Our buttling merchant arc all doing ganlzntlon of bolters, tho Intelligence good business. Timber business is llourlshlni?. hoavr and loyalty of the majority of tho dera nitlc panv will triumph nnd the demands, good price und quantities of timber of any description being hauled ""Iter and republicans will be burled In, making thl a great shipping point. I ln tt com,nOD KraVL'. over which a lln- Tho new Methodist church being Rer of chiseled marblo will be placed erected at tbl place Is nearly complet- - iwlntlng downward to the Inscription: cd, making three now churches, which "Homeward Bound." ieaks well foratowa of 1100 popula- - The preliminary trlul of Gill Prathcr for shooting Robert Burton, wus hold tlon. The canning factory ha had a great Friday, Judge Burhsidc Qxluir his bond deal of now machinery added nnd Is ut $1,000, whleh, ho was uunble to give now in operation, canning ueans, bcr-- 1 nnd ho was sent to jts.Il to await tho aeries and apple. Mr. W. L. McCurty tlon of tbo grand lurv next month. Th think tho prospect! fair for n good defense did not Introduce any tesllmo- iuihuiu tnii. y umi thu ca80 wug submitted without Tho Mlsrc Johnson, Luelllo and argument. Tho court adjourned to the Kleanor, two of Klngsvltle' pretty and circuit court room In tho forenoon in popular young ladles, havo gone on n order to give the teachers' lustltuto un brief vlilt to relatives in Boone and object lesson In civil government, a Kenton counties Mrs. B. C Penny, very imprcslvo effect resulting, backer wa called to Louisville Sundny j The Institute adjourned Friday. It U last on account of tho udden dcutb of conlldcntly usertcd that a moro lntel-h- er brother-in-laMr. Martin Chnwlc. Cent and highly qualified body of Mr S C. Carter, formerly agent und teacher never assembled ln Central operator at this place, who a few week Kentucky Tho resolution were fore- ngu vvuucreu his resignuuun, uus nc- -, toio una luvorcd a uniform system of cepted a splendid )otltlon In a railroad text books at the least osiblu cost ouicu ni rrunwor;. airs. u. .M. urclgu-to- n and declured for everything that would who has been visiting relatives and promoto the cause- of educutlou. Confriends in Fleming und Nicholas coun- siderable feeling was manifested by ties, has returned homo. Mr. Ira Sage, some of tho ladle who spoko of needed of Cleves, Ohio, is visiting Mr. und legislation on tho book question. If Mr. Jame Roy. they ever get In politics tho fur will fly and they will carry their point, bo It HUBBLE. right or wrong. Attorney Owsley de Montle Fox bought some oid corn In livered a speech on civil government. tho crib hero ut $2 Kir barrel. NOllKiHTTO Tho long drouth was broken by u 1 lie woman wlio Ii lutcljr imixi.ss. and (tin-- r la faro, f.irm will alwajrs have frlrmU, but one who would good rain Friday nnd everything :m altrurtl.M imikf k.!. h.r h.mttli If !.. u .... looking better. lkly sud all ruu diwn.ahe villi nrrtuiis ami or kliluejr iiaueuaa Bro. Clark, of Lancaster, has been unlaws,Impure I.I.m.1 nntiiauoti pliuplta, MoLara,, hrr will came prcuchlug ut McKcndrco church ut ttlntruiiuuaatid a wretrunl roiiiplriioii, Klw trlc llltirrala trie lat medicine, lu the wurld In night for tho past week. regulate .toiiiach. liver and kldneja andtopullly the Maud. II Mr. Dock Ball ami children aro vis- auumtli, telirtjrtlrea airunn nerrr, brljlitIt rjn, iLId. rlrli luiiiideilou. will tbariulrg wuuiauufs iting hor father ut Mt. Vernon. Tom mates Invalid, duly 5ii nta al JVimy's Driif Humphrey und wife, of Vovuy, Ind., aro Slure. visiting Flnloy Purdom. Jack Rankin John Shafer wus shot and killed by and wife, of Wayno county, aro visiting T. C, Rankin. Dr. Wesley reports Tom Putton Morgan at Hagan, Vu. Tho Penman xory slok of fever at this writ men hud become Involvod In a row over ing. Frank Rlgnoy Is taking In tho some money, when Shafer started afLiberty fair. Mrs. George Wood and ter Morgan with a tono and disputed children aro visiting at Maywood this his word. Morgun turned and llred, week. II. M. and A. L. Soonamore Shafer being shot through tho heart. aro wltb their families In Garrard and He died on the spot. Madison for a fuw day. mhjcamo laii'rrioxs c. I I 1 Irou-Idm Since that time, lSlil, helms lived in Hustonville, Im- - pjoiit liini-e- lf fully in the of tlic-- e people, and no man of the coiiiinuuity is to univer-al-l- y loved nnd re?K'ctel. He ha kept in touch with nil that is be;t in modern mcthiKU, nnd stnuds in the fnmt rank of Ins lirofeinn in His brother this country lmvo recognied lii ability by electing him lire.'ident, succeivclv, of the nnd State medical County, nnd of the Anier-ca- n Medical Association. For 20 years he 1i:h leeu n nieinlier of the National Judicial Council, aiiorgiinization having the Kline relation to the medical world that thcSennto does to the U. S. In the, hisl few years he has practically retired from active practice, but is still tho generous helper of tho poor, the wi-- e counselor of the troubled, the sympathetic friend of the bereaved, tlio able teacher of the Sunday-schoand the right hand of his jiustor. Time 1ms dealt kindly with hini.and long may ho lie spared to be an honor to his profession and to his native town. Mis Kate Hogle in Daily Interior Journal. phyi-ictaii- s Di-tri- et Good Tallies At Cheap Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed. ! $10, $12 and $13.50 Suits at $7.50. Friend. Look for Yourtelf ; Tell Your We Need The Cash Shirts, Pats, Underwear and Fine Pants. eSuits Cleaned and Prcssed.-ffi- B J. L. Frohman THB GLOBB, & Co., 'Phone 136, Danville. LOOK .Wo Sell. ! HATRIMOfilAUIATTERS. George W. Aarons and Mis Lucy Bussing wero married a'. Shelby City P F.NT A GWIU'AininoajTOHlNG. Mr. A N Noell, of Ailierville, Kansas, lays he ipeut a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diaiihoca but got no re guaranteed. lief and was afraid that be must dlo lie 's an ki'Fdkmio "diaiumioka. chanced to gt hold of a bottle of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mr. A. Sanders, writing from Grove, Fla., lays there has boon quite an ltcmedv and was permanently cured by mitifonilc of diarrhoea there. He had a It. For tale by Craig A Hooker, Drug. wivero attack and was cured by four doses glsU. of Chamberlain's Oollc, Cholera uud Dl- Tho mall Una company and other urrhoca Heiuedr. He nays Le also recoma. mended it to otlieis and thoy say It la the steamer have gotten Into u war of e Wualb rnullul lila apleadld health, During a storm at Logansport, Ind., will tad Irriuenduua cnenijr are nut (uuud btst meillclno tliey ever used. For tale rate between LouUvllloandClnclunatl where S uuch, Uier, Kidneys and lioweli are out undthoprlco Is down to 60o for 118 ofordrr. II yuu wauUlieMiiuallllva and the aur-- i throo men took refuge under u tree by Craig & llocker. , cm lit Mr. Kato Cbuso Spruguo I dead at mile travel, two good meals and a Theythejr btlna-- uw lr, olKlug'a'ew body, 1111a. which wus struck by lightning, and two develop eiery power train and berth. of thorn were Instantly killed. Washington. I'mu).' Prug blurs. of Cham-borlaln- Marlon Wall, ago l., of Casey, was married at Somerset to MUs Nora Lem on, of Arkansas, just Kt. U'llllum Howard, of Ilcnderioti. Is wanted fur shooting at his wife, who spent his money loo lavishly at a mil- llncry store. Miss Fannlo Goodwin shot and mor- -I tally wounded Byron Allvgreo in Chris tian county because ho iiersecutcd her for rejecting him. Tho Progressive Homo Journal saj that John L. Sbadoan, a substantial farmer, and MUs Mary H. Wesloy, ono of Pulaski's prettiest, society leaders, wero married last week. Singleton, tho Lexington photogra pher, who went from thl county and who gained soma notoriety by being shot by MuJ. Carson, ha sued hi wife for divorce, alleging abandonment. Frank Howard, of Harkcrton, Ind.. atarvud hi wife nearly to death sho Joined tbo Baptist church against hi wishes. A neighbor found her und mnde her brutal husband glvo her food ard drink Tho announcement (a in ado of tho engagement of Miss Antoinette Smith to Major M. B Jones, both of London. Mis Smith I u daughter of Mr. and I ono of Lon Are grand, l.iit Sklu Krupiloiu rol life of Joy, Mr. J. D. Smith, and lliKklru's Arnlt Salts curra lliem, alio old, don's fairest and moat cultured belle, and Fer.r Nile.. Ulcers, Holla. 1'rluua Ourua. W'irli, Cuta. Ilruln-.- , Ilurn., bcalda, Cliapl i rdulor Jones Is commandant of cadet llauila, Chllldalua llrai I'lle cure iu rartb. Drhesout laluaaud Attire. Ouljr i5 rema box. and assistant professor of mattieinatlc I'uro nuarauttvl. hold ty.l'cnuy, Pruulit In tho Stale College. Tho date of tho marriage bus not yet been determined O. Mooro will start on Kditor Charles uion.- - Lexington Hcruld. u lecturu tour next month. Ho will wear hi convict's uniform und toll of Yellow fever U raging In tbo Sohi lifo In tbo Columbui penitentiary. ldier' Homo at Hampton, Va., six Somebody ought to shoot tho death having occurred nnd 40 casus now being treated. All tbo town huvo quarantined against tho city. IIISMJtllsl'U J HON NEIIVK I so Induuil-tabl- lat week. New Model Sewing Machines. Excelsior Sewing Machines. Bldridge "B" Sewing Machines. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. If you need a Machlno call In, we can suit you. HIGGKOSrS & McKINNBY. Ring In the new Ring ln tho troo" Ring out Uwfals We bring to you tho new and truo from th plney forests of Norway "Rinecnttasoia DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey a Pleasant, Permanent, Pasltlro Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by nj Rs5i5 eoil lo5V. .Us Uooer. IaiTaqulcHauJl.rmo.ntr.lk taTpUwUacou1isajulcolJa. ttnKrs U. A. luteal. weak I usm MKa.-al- ra. VMocaw. " Ii Lungs aro exhthv mucus Is cut out j tho cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that ther Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD DY ALLQOOD DRUQOI8T Dottles Only. 26o., SOo. and $1.00 81 m Tho sore, weary microbe-bearin- cough-wor- n rtteJ j tho g BE SURE If!1. 11 you get "" I!fl '$ HiI"lI' rUnA.Tair. FOR SALE AT PENNY'S DFOJG STORE. fakir would not ono suf-- merchants have agreed lo cloo at 7:H0 1 M. In order thuitliuv and their clerks a family ought to bo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL than sulllclcnt, but hero comet thotnoro mnv attend tho nlirhtdervlces. an nouncoracnt that Joo Jones has joined BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, In hi Ky., Auc i, 1899 tho brother Sam th pulpit and on Stanford. platform. lecture Win. Sinallwood killed hi uncle, INHATIATK flco? Ono In - Clolland In Lutohor Tho glM combine has orrferwl anothIt took JlH,fi20,0S2.0. to run tho gov. er advances of tiro per will. Mrs. Margaret Fornker .nothor of eminent of Greater New York tho past (UllborP, the Ohio Senator, died U'i Jinvn nover Icon nn admirer of year. A poll by tho democratic committee aged 73. -- . lato John Younu Brown nnd no tho wo shows a very small number of bolters Tbepxplortmiof iiiiirushlng uuclilnc charRO can bo laid at our door thnt englno ut Wt"o Cloud. Mich., killed over wasted anv Ilattcry on him. Ho In Fayette. Auditor Stouo'wlll go to Louisville six muii. , . always appeared to us to bo a narrow ' The Southern National lUnk of minded, small bore politician, full of and run a tobacco warehouse after his In no term Is out. llo Lou'-Mhas aborbtd tho liank of petty spites and Jcalousloi, and Judge Nathan Day, who was hurt by Louisville, worthy of tho pralso and way whatovcr CAVAI.UY ilOURKS WASTKH. I will II. II. McConnell and wife, nn aged bo ut ItemI every Item: tho hlRU position accorded him by cer- tho bursting of a tly wheel at a saw mil' Bros' stable from I to i Cotplr, were itflled by lightning near 30 Ladle- French Woven (Arel, 21 to SM, lOo, former price 11 tain sycophants both of tho press and at Jackson, died of bis Injury. I'. M. Friday noxt, to buy cavalry tho Holltlclans. Ho Is u man of tho Gov. Denton Mc.MlllIn, Senator ?ur- - tage Grove, Tenn. horseam to 18J hands, 000 to 1,0.10 Anything lu I.mllrs' rdiort Wnlit Corsijl 48c, former price ?6c. .,.nn,TAMir;iiiilit4 - and the most tin- - ley and Bob Taylor, of TenAn association I bolug formed at j BVIUIifiVOV I lo 7 tears old Also want Is an nessee, will speak foi Go hoi and tho Lexington to nrovont the killing of pounds and forgiving In his enmities. Ho a lot of sugar mules S. T. Harbison. out of season. fooof Gen. V. Watt Hardin ticket. birds Implacable Ited Leaf, owned by W. W. Coddnnl, Capt. V. C. Curd says thcro is llttlo Thero were uu lncraa of J43.0OO.0OO of Mureur, Is ono of ttio lineal roiuUtor and wo happen to know that ho advised n Pulaski In favor In our export of manufactories during stallions ever shown In Kentucky. Tho and laid tho plans for a campaign or no disaffection fact that ho won both roadster rings ut I'orrlienp Percale, Windsor anil Soa Inland brands, 5c, lormer prices 12Jc. ajjalnst hlra that his bitterest republi- of Hrown, nnd Gocbcl will get tho usual tho yenr just closed, the Huslonvlllo fair Is pome proof of Jut rerolied n full lino Garniture .Skirting all mdei only l'.c, former price il 95 Robert Hay, of Hullevue. O.,worrlcd this atserllon and not only Is ho a good can enemy would have revolted at. Let democratic 'ote. Two '0. called democrats and seven over tho Ios of mouey on wheat, cent a goer, but a lino Individual. A few umincr drcta Skirts left In dark ntul lilil linen nnd duck, to rleoo, 00r, Mr. John Young Hrown run at tho former prices l head of tho bolters. Ills star set on popllst9 formed tho bolters' conven- bullet through his heart. . Tub L & X. will sell round-trifoliil l'upie In Itirds F.yo and I W ford stripe only 10c, former price 15c. Tho strikers havo been beaton nt the announcement that ho would do so tion In OUIo Jnmcs' town of Marion. Clovelund and the street ears arc run- tickets to Mt. Vernon Aug. .", good ro and his candidacy will prove eo great 1 Kvidently OUIo is O. K. Col. John W. Ycrkcs Is credited with ning on protty good tlmo agnln. turning 0th at $1 05, on account of col farce, and a failure that ho will godown Four Negroes were legally executed ored picnic. Into deeper oblivion t'aan those who tho statement that Boylo will go demo have iono before by the bolters route. cratic this year. Of course she will. at'Baltlmore, three for criminal nnd ono for murdering a woman. WANTED TO BUY He wont get half as many votes as Brecklnridgo will see to that. CAVStand by tho straight ticket. If thero In Chrlstlnn county. Will Soutbitll HIndraanand will notcomoout of tho is any bolting to bo done let the profes- was killed by Pet Clardy, who was then ALRY HORSES. Guaranteed equal to any 0c quality only V, ' ecrlmmago near as honorably. sional bolters continuo on their way mortally wounded by Charles Southall. Mens lllcactH'd Drill Drawer, ribbed ankles worth 30c, to go this week for 25c. 11 olit. to 13' liatuN high. 5 I" Jt':ri SO CALLED conventions were held at rejoicing. Cynthlana Democrat Tho attorney general has declared .nlinH lit n.uvit tl v t.. iv.ilnl, tifill ! I .. void a number of Porto IUean frutiehls-- 1 l'Ui"l"- Will io buy Miaie Uro liroku several places by tho bolters Saturday, r Will but they demonstrated nothing further who takes no stock In his purity in pot cs grameu oy lormer oscrcwirj ui ,lt .. mine Uinl DtiivIIIh. Kv Kildm. Auiriul (Hi, mid ut Stanford. Ky MilunUy, Aug , than that their weakness of number Is Itics clay, camo near jumping on tho Alger IMII-U.Stli IlltU . Ij)Uiv1II.-- . Ky even greater than the weakness of their big Scott county squealer Friday, but Tho First Nebraska and two batterfailures In numbers, Owens beat a hasty retreat. cause They were ies of Utah artillery havo returned A crush in cn!i hat. Anything In Men's or Iloy Crntli I.incn Hats only 10c. Tho democratic campaign will be In- from Manila, 204 men short by Illness lacking In enthusiasm and did not In THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL Just received an elegant nnd nobby line of Ijidic' walking ban, cycle and golf any measure reach tho dignity of tho augurated at Mayflold Aug. 12, when and deaths. jl)H'S 75c. Palmer-Bucknfiasco. At each place Senators Gocbcl and Blackburn will bo Thn newsboys won their strlko nt Choice thM week of Ladles' trimmed lmi trjr Ky., played out politicians, railroad attor- tho principal speakers. They will alto Lexington for an Increase of to 1 cent neys and a low who love to see their speak at WlcklltTo the Monday follow- prollt on a paper, with tho prlvilego of located ami only Tho nunt names in print, no matter In what con- ing; returning unsold copies. revolt against Goobcl The nection, made up tho crowds. From Miss Llillo Say Glenu, aged 10 yearf, Courier-Journreports, made by spe- In Kentucky Is only largo when vou and Frank B. Noe, aged 2.1 yenrs. edi- FZKST-OLAS- S And get prices. We can tve joti 25 TiTnt. Our Shoe and Clothing lock l fu. I cial correspondents, there were some read about It In tho republican journals. i tor of the Springfield, Ky., Progress, of chtiice bnrgaiui. I loll-- In the city making a 200 nt thn Ellzabethtown meetlnff, 103 Fact appears to bo that the democratic were married In Jellertonvllle. An our p.co is full we ennnot give price we Invite you to come ami lee for yoiirj at Lexington, 29 at Carrollton, 23 at opposition to oocbells as nomine; wnen Miss Florence Street, of Losantvllle, cir. Prlnentnn. 2.1 atOwensboro nnd 1!) at compared to the republican opposition Ind., borrowed tlvo cents, Invested it One block (mm tliu principal lii)ipltig Richmond. Theso rcsoluted and ap- - 10 layior. vincinnau inquirer, In arsenic, took U nnd died In a il Col. Jack Chlnn figures Goebel's ilUlrk't and two bluck (nun Hip I line pointed delegates to tho Lexington con- Her beau bad jilted her. which Is scheduled for tomor. jorlty at 3o,000 and does not think sin-c- t cum tn4 the door to nil iinru ut Wiley Tolllvcr, son of Bud Tolllvcr, mat nnd clean. row. Real democrats aro not at all enough of tho third ticket movement who was killed at Morehead several tlic City. alarmed at the llttlo side how. Iwl to dignify It with an estimate. Its only years nco, was found with a bullet hole mv.w. The Clicflet Ifotue In Town members can play their llttlo part for ofiect, ho says, will bo tho means of through his head In Elliott county. M i iDftODUUtJ rDi'lilllD UUIili Tnvinr nn.i nm niToct Goebel's maior-- ! Goebcl polling a heavier voto for tho were thrown out Ten thousand men & reason many voters, who ordinarily ot work at Chicago by the strlko of Ity 5,000 votes. OPENS SEPT. would not go to tho polls, would como Cook county brlckmakers, and work T.I). KANKY, Manager, The bolt is a big thing for some out on election day and vote for Goe- was necessarily slopped on 200 build"Mi bulletins anil ground greatly Improved . course or study revl.ed unit extenIlranclmlorcsal Klizabellitovcn,;ICIklon, OwenOxiro, Sliolbvville, Versailles Hards-towpeople and papers. For Instanco It bcl. ings In course of erection. facded, n large, cnmpetenl ntul A few weeks ago when Col. Ingersoll llopklnvllle,.Maditoiivllle, Morganfiuld. Georgetown Ky , Ularlsvllle. Ttnn. gives Billy Brecklnridgo a chance to ?on of Chas. Cook, at ulty, thin Tho throwing was in Cincinnati ho said to Judge C. get even with democracy for Vino Grove, met death by falling Into Known Female College him down even If he has to do so at tho E. Kincald, in speaking of the Filipino a wheat elevator. Five thousand bush Well But for It and war, "I would like to put up a big signexpense of his brother. under tho el of train wn- removed beforo his Enters upon 111 Jubilee year The venllci of Itatterlnir clrcumtances. the L. & N's money tho Louisville Dis- board for tho benefit of :tho Adminis- body conld be recovered. ! lhoM who have known tho colleRo from lu patch would have been gono boforethls tration and worded, 'Stop! Turn back. A landslide on tho Erie railroad, ono beginning N that It wait never mi well equip to Its dishonored grave unwept and un- This la a blunder tataraountto a crime. mile cast of Lackawanna, Saturday ut ped In nil respects ns at present Ia to the IIou'0 wlialj; sung. Bill Owens, Bill Beckner and Wo have no right to shoot our civilizamidnight, caused n wreck In which two Wo Invite th U:it Critical Inve:t!ritkn the other more or less Important Bills tion and religion Into those innocent traliSmcn were killed, many Injured Of nil our claim, believing tint you will wonld have remained In obscurity but people.' " decide that your daughter will not only be and great financial loss sustained. I to tho Man. A coat of nice I'alnt will R. W. Creckmore, of Richmond, said for tho bolt and other Utile jackass. ' carefullv and thoroughly trained lu all Her brothers aro at Clay CUy to thing but will nlo bu lu our trliool add much to tho anncnranre of vnnr cs would have had no chance to bray at tiJohn B. Cbenault, lato candldato Wrttu (or catalogue to Mrs. H. W. Bens, who was tho meet dwelling a a .N'uw Suit will add toyoutt. their betters. And John Young Brown or auditor, that ho sold out at Louie-vill- o onlv survivor of nn expedition that M.. C KEV 1'IrillElt. A. ii u Ken mo iiei itranilt ol whenChenault, it Is alleged, said: where would ho bo without it? Bolt. Mlllrburg. Ky. It went to Alaska on a gold hunting trip Ing Is tho last report of played out pa- "You aro a d n liar." Crtekraore She Is expected to reach Kentucky and, pers and politicians and then they go struck Cbenault and was fast getting with her brothers, go to her homo In GOOD LAND FOR Uome lo See U tbo better of his antagonist, who was out forever. the country, uear Clay City. putting up the best fight bo could, Near Lam'ntter, a tract of 300 acre, nil Gov. Bradley Is too smart to put when his father, Tom Chenault, arriv-o- l LAND AND STOCK. In one boumlary, .ive wparaU'il by pike. the oxpenso of an extra r, tho State-t- o Thu llrt tract within u half mllu of and knocked Creckmoro down. UU ncrexof which U In graft with 3 session of tho Legislature in order that Friends Interferrcd at this point. Lawton Webster, tho oldest turfman Iioukv. unci lini ucre of freh lnuil to go In it may again consider the advUablllty Tho populists to tho number of 5o In Fayette county, Is dend. corn. of harkenlng to his objections to tho met at Frankfort and nominated a Mesmerist won the rich McGruthlana Just ncrou tho Cruli Orchard pike I I0J uc r cm, nil to go In cultivation. Goebcl Election law and then repeal it. State ticket beaded by J. G. Blair, of stake at Saratoga Saturday. AIo a 07 acre tract, purl of which U now He has been importuned by Perrln cc Pence bought of Frank In gra. the reuiulmler to go In wheat. Nicholas county, for governor. W. J. All thu liiml l well watered. Would preThe nalnliiiL- - season ix bere. loads of hay at ti. of republicans to W wi.li in li ,,.nr.n ...:.,.. . ,i. . ... .. . democrats and hosts Hanna, of Mercer, was nominated for Holtzelaw five car fer to rent the I. mil to onu party jour after keep the ltc.t Heady MUed l'alnl,, Oil,, m.i,U-- , llrualic. Ac , InTho TimrkA. do eo, but he says emphatically that commissioner of agriculture and J. C. A Princeton miller bought 3,000 j ear. unill a majority of tho Legislators shall Southerland, of Andorsoo, for superin- bushels of old wheat In Hardin at 70c. A ! petition him to call the extra session tendent of public Instruction. Tho Fon Sale. 44 yearling steers. It. and promise In advance to voto for tho platform denounces trusts and com- II. and W. H. Pettus, Gilberts Creek. Our llnu of Toilet Article. Midi a.To)lh Itrnilivri. Hair IJrushe Co'nb, iiiiap, One mllu Kastof Pmicliervllle, lias 2'.'0 Ac , 18 complete, repeal of tho law, he will not issue the bines and pays especial attention to Col. W. H. Duddorar sold to Capt. B. and oiM v rv l...t .,....,... ., v. nil,v . 2 at thocrlb. ucre. Cu lu grak, thu remainder to go lu call. It may therefore bo said with the School Book Trust. It Indorses F. Powell a lot of corn at carefully compounded from tho 1'ure.t and l!ed Irug oh wulereU, and ha good cultivation, well PRESCRIPTIONS ta Inablo. rricea reasonable Searchlight won tho 2:01 paro at liouio nnd barn mora than reasonable certainty that Wharton Barker, of Pennsylvania, for Wo toilet your patronaBe. going tho necpnd heat In thero will be no extra session. president, and Ignatius Donnelley, of Cleveland, W. P. WALTON. POLITICIANS AND POLTIGS. Foil Sam:. Polo Durham bull, deep) trod, eight months old ; Durham cow and 'calf and Poland China boar. It. II. Crow, Shelby City. J. C. Bailey rofuscd a handsome offer for hit gelding, Tyson, at tho Huston "iUe fair. Ho holds him at 6300 nnd It looks Ilka lio'll get that nmount. A conclio but IntncAtIng list of Ilargnlns In our Augiiit Clearance Sal. AH um W. W. McKlroy, of Marlon, has sold 12 maro tnulo colts from a mare bought incr good must be cleared out at once to make room for tho arrival of our large 111 now by the years ago for $160. Tho colts Mock of now Fall Goods bought at low prices nnd being forced upfm Manufacturer brought ')0 lo 873 at weaning time. falcon. It 11. Hutchcraft has bought about 75,000 bushols of wbeatat 00 lo (W cent per bushel, and tho Paris Milling Co. has bought about 13,000 bunhuUuttlOtu 70 cts. Paris Nuws. Briefly Told ! Now is Your Chance to Buy Big Bargains at the Louisville Store. - ' v. . YOUR CHANCE ! p 500 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS. ... ' l.lM" ... I . N Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. Look at Our cr Louisville, Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. 2. RATE, prill-clp.- The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY CO., 0.1800. Proprietors. - ml PAINT CLOTHING f er 'Awm RENT. I.au-cuti- 3S3sIIjIctL Pniuts, Leads And Oils. Penny's Drug Store. 1 Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes S5C. Good Stock Farm For Rent. ... TOILET ARTICLES Kentucky preachor who went to Indianapolis to hold a meeting und struck out In tbu colored slums ono night to havo soma shirts washed as he says, and was robbed of $1,400 by a "yellow gal," who knocked him down on a bed and held him there, Is as poor a preacher as he Is a liar, ho deserves to bo robbed. Did anybody over read of so clumsy a lie? Reputable- preachers do not have to huntfor washerwomen In disreputable quarters and "yellow gals" don't often knock down unwilling subjects. If the Tim statement urnal, Is made by the Courier-Jo- and judging from reports to us that come that can bo substantia- ted, tho L. & N. is sending out weekly 50,000 copies of Its organ, tho Louisville Dispatch, for frco distribution, paying at tho rate of lc a copy for them. This Is a wusto of money that tho company might put to a batter use. A few of the unwary may bo fooled by the lying sheet, but sensible people decline to even read lu vaporlngs. Be It remembered that John Young Brown beggod Gocbcl for tho nomination, which afterwards went to Goebel himself. Now bo cries fraud, but bo would havo claimed otherwise, If be bad been tho beneficiary. Ob consistency thou art a jewel, but thou art not in Johnnie's collection. The Louisville Post sayi but tte Post, no decent man wouli real quota from It. tr 2:03. Henry WattJ. of thu sauuey section, had a valuable cow tochoko to death on CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. an apple Sunday. Tho meeting at tho court-bouconJ. II. Greer sold to 1. F. Shulby 20 tinues with Interest; one baptism Mon- stock bogs at 3Jc and to Morris Fred a day. Tho purpose Is lo continue over cow and calf for $32 next Sunday. C. C. Gover sold to J. II. Boone 31 Tbo christian endeavor society has lambs at 5c, seven at 3c, seven wethers grown from ono small body In 1831 of 48 at3oandubuckat2ic. members to 55,813 societies in 1800 Tbo Paris Kentucklan reports sales with .1,350,000 members. of 100 export cattle, 1,300 pounds, at Co Rev, W. S. Grlnstead preached tho and 200 stock owes at $3.50. dedicatory sermon at a new Methodist A valuable brood sow belonging to church In Owen county Sunday and tbo James Mllburn died from the effects of crowd was so largo tho services bad to being driven tbo other day. bo held In the grovo. O. P. Huffman bought of William C. C. Cllno is now In a tent meeting Pepplcs and John Y'eakey some butcher at Montgomery, Ala. Ho reports 131 stulf at 31c and of E. Submo somo at additions since ho began his ovangolls-ti- c 3.10. Deazley fc Carter sold to Elder Jos. tour In that Sum. This Is much bettor than holding seances against tho Ballou four calves for $05, two to C. L Dawes for $33 and ono to J. B. Foster Catholics. The pastor of tho Baptist church will for $15. Ull his pulptt next Sunday and he deC. B. Hold's Bangle won tho Brighsires to announco tho business meet- ton cup at Brighton Beach Saturday, ing of tbo church for 10:30 a. m. Satur- over a big Held. Distance 2t ralles,tlmo day. Let all como as important busi- 3:50 ness is to transacted, J. 15. Crouch. John V. Farwell says that ho Is InThe meeting at tbo Methodist church, terested In tho projeed cattlo trust, 0 In which Rov. W. M. Britt is assisted and tho combination will control by Evangelist D. B. Strouso, of Salem, cattlo. Va., is progressing with promise of Tho quartermaster at Chlckamauga great results. Tho preacher Is a lawyer Park has shipped 482 horses and mules by profession, but gavo It up under a to San Francleco for tbo army In tho call to preach tbu gospel, and God has Philippines. wonderfully blessed his labors. Two Ella H., tbo splendid roadster maro services aro held dally ami all who bear formerly owned by M. S. Baugbman, tbo layman-preach- er aro greatly pleas- but now tbo procrty of an Owonsboro ed with his power to present and Im- man, has been bred to Gay Bros' Highpress gospel truths. Nearly all of tbo land Denmark. Minnesota, for vice presldont. se 2-000,-00- HOUSE FOK ItP.NT. In Lancaster a lurcu bonus of eight room. lleln centrally locutud can bo ued wllh advantage a u boardlng-houaAny onu wUhlug Information may apply J M UUA.M). Liuiciitter, Ivy to CRAIG u O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o & HOOKER. ooooo ooooooooooooooo'oo'ood'odoo" o"oo"b'o"d"o i White Lead, Linseed Oil, Iteady Mixed PalnU for all Purposes. Wall Paper and Alabastine Sold for II o LOWKST CASH Prices. Horse Show FAIR AND CARNIVAL The Greatest Show of its kind ever known lu the Illue Grass W. B. McROBBRTS. Cypress Shingles. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo lion Fence. ( Daies, AUGUST AT 8 12.1899 LEXINGTON One Fare Round Trip from all points iu Kentucky, ta tlie A:CSmE, Metal Roofing. STANFORD, KT. Js Mill Work. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE Ask Ticket Agent for particulars W. Female StanfordSTANFORD, kV. College, t Wlillam Shelton, President. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and OollctjUte Departuienlg, Mu.lc, Art, Klocn. Special train lcavos Junction City at tion and audPhyical Culture. 31st year begins t'ept, 4th. Send for catalogu to 8:15 A. M Danvlllo 8:25, Aui'. , 10, MI1S. NANNIE S. 8AUFLKV, Lady Principal. nth. A. C RMIMKM 1. F. UMIUitl J HE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Stanford, Ky., K. Mus, Maiiy Huhcii I - 0. Walton, Busi.VKsa tho Richmond fair. Tiik llttlo son of Mrs. II, It. Mills I Auo. i, 1899 very 111 of cholera Infantum. Mil. John Hiiiuiit wilt likely bo Census Suporvlior of this dis- Mir.4Sam.ir8iiri.ton quite sick. Is- attending - Nnw kcrchlof tics nt Jones'. m Danvilm: Fa n Aug. no Sopt. I. 1 IIahh rains fell Saturday ond sun. day and "cgctatlon has taken on a now A Shanks. Full lino Hardware at Warren t loose of Ufa. Latfl corn will nnw como to something. Manaof.ii. trict. Miss Julia Plliott. of Washington City, Is with hor sister, Mr. John P. Jones. Tin: Wuvno County Record says that Miss Lillian Phillips Is staving at Rus sell Springs. Mils. Aonks PatonIs packing her household goods preparatory to moving to Jamestown, N y. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Tub editor didn't die, perhaps mora Miss Maiiy NoKL lias returned to tho pity, but Is on deck again, nfter three of the toughest days hu ever Danville. Mil. AND Mils J. C. Hayh arc nt spent. IN honor of MIm Maggie Chancellor, Tut ham Sprint HoWAitl) F.asti.aNP, of Danville, U their pretty Mlllersburg cousin, Misses Luclo and Ophelia Chnncoilor, will with Clelund lZuitland. Miss NirrrinWitAY took llttlo Wrny entertain Thursday evening. Soda Watbii, Ico cold, pure nnd iiium rofrea.ilnjfiit l'onny'sDruir Store. Tin: loat materials combined with caro. skill and accuracy Insure Rood results. No other tnothods arc ever iifod In our prescription work. Penny's Drugstore. Lynn to Loulsvlllo Sunday. Hon, to tho wive o( J. D. Dalton and 12. A. Lay, n boy each. Jack I'jnkkiiton, of Hustonvllle, Is head clerk at tho St. Asuph. Milfl. SUSAN MULI.INS, of I.lvlni;-ston- , was hero yesterday. Miss Lii.lik Moohii, of Casey, Is with bor llor, Mrs. Kd Wllklnton. Mim. It. C. Wahiikn Is sulTerlnjr tortures from a monster carbuncle MKS8IIS. Shelby county ntthobcdsldonf Col. James Pickett. who at last rejxirts was Improving. Mlts. Klixa Plain and brother, Jas. II. Gentry, left yesterday for St. Louis to attend the Gentry reunion. Mlsi Mary Ilruco accompanied them that far and will go on to tho Northern part of Missouri and visit relatives. In LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Will Sovoranco nre Hautwkll Pickktt and . Plnlllon, rntirnor gelding! and under 2, I0 J. T (Jri'tinhaw, prcm, Joimi P. ItliTc, HoitSKS. Tho Hudson PitKSIl Cakes. Warron it Sliauks." Pros , of Louisville, will bo hero Sat- cert. M it. AND Mils. I'D Sllioi.D, of LexMare. 2 and under 3, 810s urday to buy cavalry horpcs. Sco ad. prem , Mack Hughe, eert. C. T. S.inclMce, ington, wura guests of Miss Lllllu ('avKID gloves fitted to tho bund at J. P. ion. Mare, 3 jean and under I. HO; Mack filiCKKN Fr.KD. Five bushels of Hughes prem , und cert. .Miss MAKY Mil.MiK, of Klchinond, Jones'. Is with her cousin, Miss Dolllu Maltob-crlHkcond-han- i) phiiton for wile. KG chicken feed screenings for only SI at Mare, I )earsnnd ovcr.iJISi Oiy IlrtM., J II. Daugbman ic CoV mill, Stan- prern., O. T S.inillilgc, cert. Walton. Stallion, maro or gelding. 2 j ears nnd unford. Miss Annii: Hamilton, of Owens, ii Thk L. it N. ts widening tho plat- der 3. SIOi '(.' T. sandldge.'prem.. Mack We will start the hall rolling by offering some of ttoro, Is tho guest of Mies Jeanle Potho best bargains that have over StOI" ul tho St. Asaph Hotel whero Hughe, cert. form at the dowt. jet come before you land. you cau got accommodations. Stallion or gelding. 3 jears nnd under t, Attoiinuy John W. HitowN, of Mt. ClIATTANOOOA Chilled Plows, steel Splendid sample rooms and baggago 810; 0. T. Jiandldge, prern., nnd cert. Vernon, was here between trains Sat- beams, at Hcnzlcv & Curler's. Sl.'illloii, 4 jenrs old and over, 820; C T. transferred free of charge urday. Sandldge. prem., J. T. Crenliaw, cert. Foil Rknt. Store room on Main TllK amusement, refreshment and Mil. CllAKI.HS Wni'.Kt.ini and MID, fomblned maris, to bo ridden nnd driven. other privileges of Ilrodhcad fair will Sic; Mack Hughes, prem., nnd cert. tho doctor, wcrudown from Hutionvlllo Street In INTl:llIOltJoUIlNALbulldlng. 10 piece, fine Imported Zephyr Ginghams worth 25c, now 13c. Saturday. innri'or gelding, any ago, 83S; J. TllK Liberty fair begun Unlay. If bo sold at auction In that town Friday, 20 Linen nnd Duck Suits for Hoys worth $1, now CUc. Miss Saiiam CfltTlS, of Hustonvllle, you want to have a good time go down. Aug. I, at 2 m. A. K. Albright, sec 1 Lrenilnw. nrem.. J. C. Ilaller. cert. f'lalllon, any age. 82S; C. f. Sandldge. retury. 0 pieces Figured Lawns worth 5c, now 3c. tins engnged as houokuocr for Mrs. J. prem , J. T. Crenshaw, cert. IJltO. Haunks' eulogy of Ingersoll 8 pieces Figured Lawns worth 12jc, now 8c W. Hayden. TllK best fl a day hotel In Loulsvlllo rtuetou Pony, under 15 liands. 810; 7 pieces Dainty Figured Dimities worth 10c, nnw 12jc. Mil. W. O. ItOL'TON and daughter, was Intended for last Issuo, but got In' or nny whero else I tho Fifth Avenue, W. S. Drve. nrem.. C. T. SnmlM. ..ri. A bic lot of Filos Silk now 2c Miss Annie, of tho West Knd, paid us a loo late. Ilnckawny mare, or gelding, 815s J. T Is centrally located and has all which Kemeniber our Sale of Fancy 1'ifiuc, 10, 15 and 20c values all go nt 8c per yard. call Saturday. H.UlUAm: transferred free 0 charge the conveniences Crcn.hsw, rrem.. J C. Ilnller. pen. Try It tho next tlmo Miss Catiikkim: s. Anthony, of for patrons of thu St. Asuph Hotel, you go to the city. Walking atnlllon. mure or gelding, 815; Slack Hughes, prem., J. W. Webb. cert. Port Smith, Ark , I iho truest of Ml Stanford. Maltlo IIop)Hr. Tin: democrats uro arranging for a rnncynnddie maro or gelding, 820; Coy TllK colored nlno defeated (hu Knox- big ratification of tho democratic ticket Hroi.' prem., J. O. Ilalloy, cert. Mil. T S. Wbhii, Jit., of Knoxvlllc, pent Sunday with his wife and ons at vlllc Reds 1U to ft In a ball gamo hero to occur probably county court day. Fancy turnout. 830; J. C. Ilalley, prem., J T. Urenlinw, pert. Are going fast, como at once if ynu want a Saturday afternoon. s shoe at Manufacturer's cost. Judge M. C. Smilluy's. Let It bo held und mako It a rouser. Ptulllon. maro or gelding, 810; Oay Tlro.' The above goods must go at once, as our new fall goods are now coming in. Mus. Gi:oitor.OsGOoi,ofTolcdo, O., A HAT has been left nt this olllco to piem.. Mack Hughes, cert. GvrsiKS are as thick In tho county .Mare or Is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. I). I'. exchnngo wltti tho ono some other felgelding, nny age, 820: J. C. Ilal now as fiddlers uro supfiojcd to be lu ley. prem., O. T. Martin, of Rowland. Sandldge. cert. low got at thu Cash party. hades. Tho West Knd Is full of them Mure, stallion or gelding, any age. 8150; J. W. Collins, wlfo and sons, of nnd tho pcoplo aro locking up their I. C. James prem., W. M. Dodd, cert., I. O Mr, Danville, ront tovcral da) s with Don't forget tho social train to tho V. S. Wnrron and wlfo. Richmond fair tomorrow, Wednesday. goods and chattels as tight as iosslblo. James 3.1. A. (J. FaULKNIIK, of Highland, has It leaves here at S a. M. Ono faro for NOTKS. 21 TO U. Our boys defeated tho another republican nt his house. Tt.u thu round-triThe fakir was there by u largo ma KIngsvlllu ball team 21 to 14 on tho youngster arrlycd Friday. jortty. TllK pupils of Miss Alice Alcorn's grounds hero yesterday afternoon. Mks. Susan Hauius has returned T. II. Smiley brought his entire fanv school dt Krlgcr killed u throe foot About tho only feature of tho gamo was from a protracted visit to relatives In lly over from Lexington. ruttlcsuako In tho yard FrI Jay thut had tho lurgo number of scores made. The Louisville and Indianapolis. saxtons music was one or tho many Missus Ilcssir. VanAiisdalk and seven rattles and a button and present- Klngsvlllce nro u lingo set of fellows. good features of tho fair. Nettle Waller, of Louisville, uro vlslt-In- ir ed It to the frightened teacher. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tnomus Cherry, of DKATII II. Clay Hroaddus died nt Mrs. Georgo II. Wcaren. Hrodhead, attended tho fair. a Wo are through the huge job of invoicing our largo stock and are Til Kit K will be another dance at Richmond yestcrduy, says a dispatch to Kkv. F. W. ALLIEN' and family hao F. P. Combest and Dink Wilkinson, Spring next Thursday evening, Mr. J. W. Roiit. Ho was a cousin of once more before you with returned from a delightful visit to to which thu young pcoplu of Stanford of tho Dunnvlllo section, were present. Mm. Rout, a nephew of Mrs. Mary J. friends and relatives In Missouri. uenry nurun, oi urauiordsvllle, as and vicinity, as nt all times, will bo Miller and a half brothrr of Mrs. Kute Miss LKNNA U. StUAHT. of Crab welcomed. No nags admitted, toys tho McAllstur, clover us ho I lurgo, was on hand FriIlurlal ! at Rich- day. Orchard, and niece, Miss Lonna proprietor. mond. of Corbln, visited friends hero. Doc Dryo wnsn't In tho ring much, TllK president of tho commercial FlHK, Tho II ro alarm was sounded lit when ho went for a tie ho usually Missks Joski'iiink Hawkins, cj club, Hon. J. N. Saunders, asks us to noon yesterday, but before thu boys but On all Summer Goods. Call on us for got It. Staunton, Va and Salllu Hawkins, of call a meeting of lis members for to- got to J. F. Wutcrs' house, which had Mlai-eCorbln, aro guests of the Misses Kills. night Pearl and Amanda Rose wero to tako action towards a catlght from a Hue, Mrs. Waters and a two of the prettiest sisters on tho Mil. FitANK H. Caiih, wlfo and with tho Danville commercial fjw friends had tho Humes extinguishdaughter, Kthcl (May, of Paris, spent grounds. club and city council In our efforts to ed. The damage amounted to scarcely Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Klee. Hill Gocbel, owned by Jack Chlnn get tho Southern railroad extension. nothing. Mlts. M. II. COLLINS, who has been nnd shown by I. C. Jamus, got his share Thoe bodies metyesturday for tho same visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. Owens, Kissing nuo J. T. Jones, tho tin- of ribbons. purjKHo. S. M. Owens rode tho black gelding left yesterday for her new homo at ner, thinks u sure enough kissing bug r.YKHYliobY has heard ofCapt. Jonks Kciieco. bit his llttlo daughter, Holcn Saulluy, ho fold "Du" Moore In tho walking Miss Lillu: Ciiaki Maiitin and of thu Ilono Murines, and tho 'other lust evening. Mrs. Jones put tho llt- ring und won dead easy. brother, Itlchard, aro visiting relatives Capt. II. I). Junks is about ns C. T. Sandldgo won tho iNTKltiOit i tlo thing to sloop curly und at 7 o'clock Tho latter, who wus railway In Mlddlcburg and attending thu LibMen's Linen Suit, Coats and VcsU. Underwear and Shlrla. when she again noticed her. her upper JouitNAL special premium for thu best mull clerk on this division for years, erty fair. lip was swollen several times its nat- stallion, mare or gelding. I'MTOii Louis W. Landiiam paed und let out under u demoeruilo adminW. II. Routt mudo u flrst-clu- ss ring ural si7c. Thcro was no scar and tho down to Luultvlllu Saturday to meet istration, has boon reinstated, und nil child bus suffered no groat inconven-lenc- o marshal, whllo as chief marshal Sheriff his wife, who has been visiting In who have business with his departS. M. Owens was all right. so far. ment will bo glad. Nashvllli. As president James P. Harper, was Ahiiluy Lillakd was tho guest of TllK young Tin: ontcitulument by pretty Miss tho right mun in tho right place. Hes man, Hubo Mul'on, who good unywhero you put him. tho family of Judge Tyson ul "Tho has tho small.)ox, Is gutting on finely, Jennlo Penco In honor of her attracMlddlcsborough" for u few days Secretary A. K. Albright, of tho tive guest, Miss Ksslo Kldd, of Louis Dr. O'Hannon tells us, and there bus Mlddlcsboro Now. Urodheud Fair, wus on tho grounds thu been no spread of tho dlcuo In hU ville, was another bright incldont In Mil. Gkoiioi: V. Di:Uoitiund Misses days advertising bis falr,wblch family. Tho doctor further Informs us tho pleasures of tho young people, lust two Hcttlo DoBord and Minnlo Munday thut many this Summer. begins Aug. 2.1. three children of Mllford Hull, at which have been went to Jelllco Saturday to visit Mr. Rowland, Tho fancy turnout ring won by CarThis Is now the most have u very light form of tho Many guest wcro present and Mlts Gallerv in Central Kentucky . "navlnir lipim m. and Mrs. Iioldam Stuart. Jennlo proved herself an excellent hos roll Ualley was tho finest seen forycars. ceutly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optical disease und that ono or two of them JuwiK M C. Sawlky returned from haven't had to go to tess. Ices, cuko and other nlco things Pretty Mis Katie Leo Yeager drovo science I wish to say to tho Ladies that bed. llussoll Springs Saturday greatly Imwere served in an clcgunt manner and with Mr. Bailey. . proved in health. Ho spent a day or so HoiiittiiLK Dkatii. Whllo assisting there was nothing left undono to add to Tho association may not mako as good u dividend this yeur us It did lust, with hi sisturut Columbia during his In loading cars for shipment, at Ilurgln tho ovonlng's enjoyment. Just received a large itock of tho very absence. Sunduy night, John A. Hugueloy, the which wus 25 per cent., but it won't THE hop at Walton's Opera Houeo iuUs thut mark far. Wi: overlooked a big Item in our last rich dlstillor, wus caught between tho Issuo. Mrs. C. II. Carter presented her curs and a coupling link driven clear Friday evening was a delightful affair, With Will Hockor as secretary and F.llza-bot- h husband with twins on tho through bis body, carrying a portion of aiiuougu gotten up on a low Hours' no- Juno Hooker treasurer, Cashier J. W. Lambert and Susan Harlan, and his splno Into tho druwheud. Ho died tice Saxton's bund furnished Inspir Hockor had to run tho bank almost by Patterns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suit- auie lor framing from the simplest photograph to the moit elaborato paintings. the old man U as happy as a big sun within un hour, his last words bolng, ing music, tho holies wcro thcro in hlmsoli: out no was cnual to tho occu Among the lot Is the New French "Fleur - Do - Lis" mouldings specially for suitable lurgo numbers whllo tho henux woro slon. (lower. "Hoys, don't full to voto forGoobol." delicate pictures, Kmbroldered Colors, and all pictures that re. The wives of Messrs. J. II. MoAlis-to- r, (juiro a dainty frame. When InMats, French Water sou u aud get our prices. Wo on tbolr best bohavlor. Tho following T UK Mlddlesboro Record says tho Danville, call aud J. II. Foster, C. T. Bohon and Dr. win save you money, A letter from W. T. Rioh-ards- ladles took part: Mrs. Goorgu L. Penof Uuv, and Mrs. S. M. Logan Hilton. little son 124 Third Strut Opposilo l'ost Ofllco, Danville, Ky. yesterduy conveyed tho sad in- ny, Mrs. T S. Wobb, Jr., Mrs. W. A. J. T. Bobon wont In together aud had has been very sick, but l Improving. n u splendid dinner on tho grounds .Mies Ollvo Woodson, of Kausas City, formation thut Mr. W. S. Hilton, who Trlbblo, MUscs Kallo Leo Yeuger, und Annlo Hollo Woods, Annlo Thursday. will arrive this week to visit Miss Ma- had been at Colorado Springs u month Ladles acted us judges (n tho fancy or two, died Saturday. Ho had sutlcred KvansJUrlght, Isabella Hulloy, Junto ry Fulkcrson. Mil. S. V. Rowland, Mrs. S. II, with lung trouble, for somo tlmo und his Wearon, Funnlo Shunks, Ollvo Wood- turnout ring anu. weir decision was a Whllo und children and Mrs. C. C. visit to Colorado was with tho hoo of son, Pearl Ilurnsldo, Mury Ilruco, populur one. Thoy woro Mesdames T. That combines beauty and Pox und llttlo daughter, of Danvlllo, relief which alas did not como. Mr. Adello Poland, Suo Willie Hule.Loul.u L. Llllard, F, F. Sandldgo und Hazon comfort with convenience, la passed up to l'lttsburg yesterday to union, was a spionutu cituen and a Culbcrtson, Kdnu Cumnitz, Klla May und Misses Jessie Cook and Mattlo one of our well made, easy rid-- , man to his town and community. Saunders, Jean Dick, Suslo Hrlnkloy, DlnwIJJlo. bH)nd awhllu at that "splendid summer useful lug and elegant Surreys. It is' C. T. Sandldgo hus a splendid string, unexcelled for workmanship, Ho kept tho largest and most complete Mrs. W. T. Hawkins, of Lebanon, Mrs. resort," as Mr. Rowland calls It. durability and comfort, and will Jamus H. Cook left yesterday for store not only In Junction City, but In R. II. Logan, Miss Annlo Humtlton, of headed by tho great saddle stallion, givo more satisfaction fo gen. Na.hvillo to ongagu In business. A all this section und It was his prldo to Owonsboro, and Miss MUry Hall, of Preston, with which bo will get u big era! family use than other car. number of his Hustonvlllo friends camo have for sale everything that a man Maysvlllo. Young mon wero present slice of tho l,0OU Banker's stake at riage intJo. We are selling Richmond Wednesday. Few mon know them Cheap and Fast, this far with him. J. II. Taylor, of could call for in tho merchandise lino. from tho four (juartors. Mrs. Gus and a party of Crab Orchard better bow to show, horses and few are Hustonvllle, will succeed Mr. Cook us Ho will bo sadly mlieed In tho commulc representative for Curry & Co., whole- nity, whloh held him Id tho highest Springs guests, added to tho pleasure more popular with both judges and on Stanford, Ky, Opp, lookers than Mr. S. of tho evening by their presence. sale grocers. csicm, Is vlslllnp; Miss Mollla Miss Mattir 1'hivitt, of Lcxlng-to- n, NkV lino of umbrellas for ladies and man Hen V. Smith in a letter to Hon. R. C. Warren iay: "Hurrah for gcntlomcn nt Jones'. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. Ooebel I Ho will not loo half a doron i:wiNO Machinf.8 at starvation pro-fit- votos In Pulaski nnd alt but throo or VIA Warren it Shanks. X MICHIGAN four of tho gold bugs will como back." TllK CENTRAL RYS B Uviiru.LLAB repaired and mndo as Itonncting lines will sell via this Itouto ) HUSTONVILLi; FAIR. good as now. Frank Atkins. Hound trip from Cincinnati. G.OO adA very largo crowd attended tho last Rooks and supplies for tho public ditional to the Thousand Ijlands SI to To- day of tho Hustonvlllo Fair, and onjoj-c- d schools nt W. n. McRoberts'. to tho fullest extent tho spldndld P?,,;.r,i1'',?nn' KnM Time. "cnlT ofltooin For Weeping or Information of any kind, apply to your nearest 0. II. A I), Tin: TwIco-a-Wel.vrnitioit Jouii show of stock. It rained just enough agent. . . i.urALLvz,tKsingn NAL Is only $1 a year cash. Remember to lay the dust and the day was all that Traa: Manager, Cincinnati, 0. the most fastidious could ask. Ah statthat. ed In our last, tho management did evI NRI'.D thu money and must nsk you to como In and suttlo. Mrs. ICate Dud- - erything nojslblo for tho plcnsuro of thoso In attendance nnd to tholr cleverdcrar. ness nnd untiring efforts Is duo succcis Faum of 1(10 acres for sale privately of tho enterprise. There was not a iiinj.incnsiiltf 1 got u at Jarnei Frye's. He ha, cut the price on of any kind during tho threo Possession given to suit purchaser. J. these V Suit, tof.1.50. He has some days and tho West Kndors can look C McClary, Kxr. back with prldo and pleasure only, to Tilt: old Iron, bono and rag man Is tho best fair Lincoln hero and tho country is being scoured bad. Tho otllccrs and county has ever Yes and hu U directors nre to for that class of stuff. bo congratulated und If tho HustonClosing Out His Straw And Linen Hats Packii GUNN was urrotted ul Dan-vll- vlllo people know n good thing, which and taken to Hustonvlllo charged we think they do, thoy will select tho And gives you Reliance on that fine Sowing Machine wilh ovoty $1 same gentlemen for next year. Cerwith picking a pocket of tu.Vi. worth you buy. That's the placo to trade, Sure. tainly tho places could not bo filled by s0s Foil Sali:. My two story frnrno res- better men. Suckling colt, clllioroex. 810; W. A Trlb-hl- c. idence, Vrlth six acres of ground, on cut ;K P Cnrpuntcr, certificate. olf plko. Mrs. D. W. Vandevecr. s. Pulaski All RiaiiT.-CountyCh- nlr- Niagara Falls C. H. O. WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? Flficcn day Excursion to a ONLY $7 Nice Crash Suits For $2. ln JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. Daughurty. Nnw TnlTcta ribbons at Jones'. 1 Cavaliiy s. Tuesday, flog. 1. LiiK &1 THESE I si s Urst-clu- ss ! Ladies' Low Cut Shoes first-clas- JOHN P. JONES. a& p. AFTER INVENTORY SALE. Lin-nlett- May-Hel- d, Low Price Indiieiiieiifcs s LAWNS, WHITE GOODS, FANS, SEVERANCE well-know- n. RIBBONS, ETC. & SOWS. me&mms.ms.sMsm&mmmzMm&A DANVILLE, KY. THE FOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSES PLATTER. latest Designs t) jVJouldigs in ou Su-na- A Family Carriage Hot-ma- B. K. Court-Hous- Wearen e, Son, THREE ABTIIfHl). I.AM1IMM JOII! ll.UASTf.rWAJt, claimed from orthodox pulpits, for day, when one flash of eternity will Ws Mini Faneturts and So All Hindi ef llnrcKianiiHR Oastlkmax. In any way pormlsslvo I transmute Into shamo nnd contempt all ages that God Btpilrlng. A OltEAT ADMIKER OF THE AONOSTIC, or decretive is responsiuio lor mo locr systems, by which men hopo to THE DANVILLE CYCLE CI)., DANVILLE, KY HE PAYS lllti A THIHUTE. No 113 Thlr.l it. mixture ot horrors that wo sec around attain tho true end ot earthly life. "Uho. Karnes." Washington, July 24. Shall I glvo us. Even In his attempt to tear the to your renders a synopsis of my dis Hlblo to utters, bccaiuo It seomed In MISS EVELYN TARDIP, course of yesterday from tho familiar its "letter" to demand homago for a The Seamstross. things, ho God who did fiendish text in tho Ilrd ot St. v When not so paid aia.OOwllU charged. so loved tho world," &o? I John: In"God brought this to pass unwittingly, that Plain and Fntlilonalilo Coning. Cutting ami said, sub Water Works St. Fitting a stance, "I must say something of which ho set many to thinking that there Is full, slnco tho wires (lashed must bo some outlet of cscapo to faith, my mind O. Liverpool. &XRE5CEHT W. S. UBAZLBY, I). D. S tho Intelligence to us, day beforo yes without compelling a belief In a God, time terday, that Col. Ingersoll wits dead. I whoso actions this brave agnostic show Lnrgrst Flrn In.uranni Cointmnv In thr Lancaster, Ky. know no other death thut could startlo ed to bo odious. And, granting that World. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. tho world so much as his. No king or many followed their leader into agnos Teeth Extracted Without Fain I via Ono faro to Illchmond, Aug. Barboo & queen of tho crowned ones of earth; no tlclsm or worse, thero are many more, a. m. No. J Arrrlvesat Stanford at I'hytlclan In nttrml No. i Imim ."tinford t i 10 A. M. peer of tho varied realms; no leader In who, driven to bny, by nrgumonts they Nlcholasvllle, on account ot tho fair. Willi VltMlifil Air.a tier. t 12.00 DATr Manngi'r Southern Prpnrtnirnt. No. 21 Arrives t Knwlsnd i ii 3D r. K. the soclctlcsof Art, Lltcraturo or Fash-Io- n can not answer, aro even now learning Tickets good to &th. No. W Leaves Stanford .t ORIco In tlio Now Thompson llulldlng. (TS Excursion trains Aug 0 nnd 13 to tho flttirrnl Officer.. Columbia llulldlng. Lout.- could set the world to thinking ns to read tho Scriptures In the light ol KNOXVIUE DIVISION. 13(1) Uvlllc. Kj has the departuro of him, whom all tho "spirit that glvcth llfo" Instead of High Brldgo Camb meeting, tho greatmen call ''tho Great Agnostic." And tho oldncss of "tho letter that kllloth.' est meeting ot colored people over DR. W. L. Bo. Jl Train going North m ,............ 01 P m the reason is apparent. Ills death opens And this army of earnest Inquirers known In tho State. Ask agents for PHYSICIAN AND DKUGOI8T, Ho. 26 SJfcin ' South OPTIONS ON FARMS ! ........-...l- 2 0.2S ' of particulars. .. ,...-.U 5i p ui up questions that knock at tho door of grows apace. Its Interpretation ' " o. a carnival, Lex- MCKINNICY, - KlSNTUCICY. Horso show, fair and humanity's heart; compared with which tho Holy Scriptures will shape the For alllfolntt. WANTED. via Queen ington, Aug. tho dcmlso of any other person on earth theology of tho 20th century. And to .t Crescent routo Low rate olnis In BO'IOIt TICKETS SOLD. trom all I would Ilka lo takp options on good farms I'rf acrlptlont Carefullv Cotnimuuilfd Dy or CHECKED T1MOUOU. would only stir a local Interest. IIAUUAOE All no ooo will tho world bo more indebted Kentucky dally Aug good to reIn Lincoln County. For trrin. ami particuNight. 'or any Information enquire ot other topics aro circumscribed, howev- than to tho great Iconoclast, who turn tho 11th inst. Greatest show LexWM LANDOItAF. lar. Mid n- fall to at13 Krlgrr. Kv. JUG S. 1UCE, Agent, er wldo the horizon of their Importanco bravoly toro down tho Moloch that men ington has ovor had. Don't excursionStanford, Ky. may bo. Tho thoughts that cluster worshipped for God, even though he, tend. Amplo room for all ists. around tho silent form, and the mule himself, did not discover that the true FRANKFORT AWO CINCINNATI. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE lips of tho dead man nt "Dobbs Ferry" God ot tbo Blblo was not tho hideous 810 EXCURSION TO MICHIGAN at 7 a.m. tndS:40r. M., aro of the immeasurable and tho Infin idol that men bowed down to, but from STABLE, Trains leave Frankfort OR TRADE. FIXE OUTISO OFFEIIF.D 1IY THE MONOX onnectlng at lleorgetown with (J. A C. and reach-land . 10 P. M. Leave Paris ite. Ho Is not an "agnostic" now. Ho which ho turned away In disgust and l'arls it 8 W a. KOUTK AND 8TEAMKII MAN1TOU. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, connecting t Hplfnclll farm of Sli.rrf. In Southern Kanu. atS'lJA. M and andP.M.. reaching Frankfort at 9: IS knows mora clearly than the wisest and loathing. with Q A C. JD mile from th Mlnmirl lln. Well lixatf.1, Tho really delightful trip which has Honw anil Mule ccmtantly on hand and best of earth, what is, in measure, dim Ho knows tbo true God now, and a. k. .ndMO,,, farming tountrr thl. klf wltlM Will rl KEWTOS. A. 0. P. A. for tale at all tlmri. vn Mf trrtu.or trail. f.r fri;i In IVntral Km and Indistinct to the most stalwart loves and worships blm; and whllo be been started this season by tho famous liifkjr. On tar ll.i'D to f3.() .IMrrrnr In s AiMtTM Ikix 14, Manbrd, K tra.lt. (7) faith of living men. may bo "serving his time" under tho Monon Route to Northern Michigan QUEEN & CRESCENT. much favora-bl- o I am free to say that ho Is nn hurnblo lock and key of tho Dnvll whoso exist- nnd which hns attracted PUBLIC SALE OF A follows: jctloa City Train paw attention, has been offering under I firmly believe that ho ence bo denied, It ought to bo tho joyNo. 1 South ..I2 02 p m No. J North....4 11pm believer now. ...J 49 a m GO. FARM. Na.S " "4 ..!! 50 m " 6 " ...lSlpm is a loving worshipper of Him who was ous privilege of all who lovo God and flattering Inducements for ono date GARRARD " ...Illam No. 5 Ho. 9 " - lOipn "10 " .... Warn an "unknown God" a week ago. All hato the Devil, to "como up to the help only, that all may have a chanco to try I will offer publicly, on the premise . Ticket Xh. 1 ami 5 do not flop. 9 and 10 run no fur- conversions aro sudden and complete, of the Lord against tho mighty" and tho cruise on Lako Michigan. DENTIST, ther than Junction City. that are worth tho name; and Saul of by tho prayer of faith to cnablo the will be sold from lx)Uisvlllo to Charle Thursdny, Auj;. 10, 1899, Buy View, Harbor Tarsus on his way to Damascus dear Lord to "comfort" with "rod and voix. Fetoskev. The Stun ford, "breathlngoutthrcatenlngs and slaugh- stall" bis poor child, "oppressed ol the Springs and Mackinac and return on DR. RCIO FARM, Wednesday, August hi, good returning ter" against the disciples of Jesus, one Devil" as ho passes through "the valley Ky. l."i days, nt $10. They will be good to HtuM.'d nt Old Paint Lick, on thrill Im.irul moment; and the next saying to that and shadow ot death." nnd Lanca.trr plkf. mllr fioni Lanmtr same Jesus "Lord what wilt thou I would to God that some word of stop at any tlnt North ol and Includ and 5H miles from Loul.llle A Nathalie bavo me to do" Is tho true, typo of all mine might enlist a band of praying Ing Charlevoix within tho limit. Ac- deH)t. who "repent" or change their minds on ones who would thus causo light to commodations on the steniner which Tii Farm C:ssIjIj cf 333 Acroi, tho great question that Involves Life break Into tho "outer darkness" where sails trom Chicago at 11 o'clock Thurs well Improved with good new retldrncv- - or3c and Death. Tho clouds of earth bavo souls, dear to us on earth, aro waiting, day morning can now bo reserved und chard nnd all neceiiry outbuilding, .uch carriage-hom"rolled by," and If what I believe and even, now, for the comfort that our as the party Is limited to the amount as olllce In the vard, anioke-liou- splendid slatted Alv Made from pure preach is true, there is oa the other shameful neglect, and heartless Indo- of accomodations set aside for this oc- double corn crllw Ac cnpacltr of 40 barrel. side of tho curtain, a man mado In tho lence deny them. Oh It is heartbreak- casion, application should bo made at two tobacco barn (one of which l nw. cream of tartar. tenant house. KLF.HANT Image of God, and called "Robert G. ing to think how this "one taloot,"thnt once to K. II. Bacon, D. I. A , Louis- stock barn and within one hundred yard, COMMUNITY ville, Ky- Ingersoll" on earth, who believes in might bo put to blessed uses, Is "laid of church, school house, pot olllce and farm will lie offered In food "God the. Father Almighty" and "in away In n napkin," to await the awful Th.re It more I'alarrb In Itil. amlon of lh store. The aervs with the Itnprurenientstwo tracts 3J3 Oniy the licit companies represented. ana SS acres unimproved said tract divided by Jesus Christ Bis only Son our Lord and sentence; "Thou wicked and slothful muntrrtuan alluintr UIm pit logrmtr, few rar. until tho pike and then as a whole, the bid or Inquiries solicited. In tho Holy Ghost;" who worships tho servant." Have a care, my dear hear- able. tb lait rrat uiinjr wm iumuwiI to l 12, ilorlurt Fur a jrart sum. Uxil rrluMlr.. bid. accepted which realize the greater miles "God-HeaB. II. MAIIONY, Agl., Stanford. from tho placo he occu- ers, lest this unexpected and astound- It a lncil Ji v, and ISO acres of knob land five or six ati.l ruuilinllr falUn lorurvwlthlwal trraliurut. Alum baking powders are tfie greaUst pies; who loathes the "great adversary;" ing word of condemnation should saluto Iiruuuunrrd It IwurabL. Nrlenr hai proi.u distant will go with the farce. ami Snl. will ffln ot to health of the present day. who beguiled him in tbo days of earth's your startled ear in a day not far oil. ratarrh tu a romlltutloa-- 1 dlarir.Hall's tb.rWors Tcum. or1mSale. at HA. H. cath, balanco Catarrh traJuunl. d nUlrrcinlltiitlonaI Co Ignorance; and who loves tho unchang- Let mo now point your attention to the Cure, manufartuml ty F J Ch.ny Auu ,Toldi), In ono and two years with 0 ter cent, internorm nuua romt co., mw vomc imc I'Ulu, if insonijr roniiiiunonai ruir w I urroiiEit. est, ing friend who "first loved" him; and fact announced in my text that Faith is It It taVrn lnt.ruilljr In d.wa from lo dn Danville, uy T. II. KMiUtll. Auc r It art. ilinlly on Mowl and to a tratimnful. whose love can never be changed by tbo thing that saves, whatever men luurout .urfarrt ol the )itriu. Thr 'r on hunUnclortuUor, Investment Company, times or places, or circumstances; but may say God declares this, unmistaka- dred dulUr. lor any rar It fall, to cur. fai tur The Southern Huitonvillo, Kentucky Addre tlrrulars and tntiiiionl.lt whoso purposo Is now, as It always has bly. Thero are two schools of teaching. f j ciiesi:yco,ipIio. o. Lincoln County "ac Nld y Offers his services to the uple ofWe.1 UtraU been, to do this dear creature of his Both right In what they atllrm. Both Of Lexington, Ky. llall'a Family Pills arstbe and Casey counties. 1 all ttock ol CoQaiaDd Catt. hand all the good Ho can, in whatever wrong In what tbey deny. It Is the National Bank. stsslwsysoa hand.Manager. 5 D. II. Cari'enur, Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. place he finds him; and who will not misfortune ot our misbegotten and mal Cheap rates to Atlantic City. Tho rest till Ho gathers him to bis great formed humanity that this feature al Chesapeake ti Ohio has mado a rate of Csdtalbtok,1lU),(riO. d faro on tho certifi Heart of love, In tho "house of many ways crops out, wnatever tne irutn one and Ws Pay Wills Yoa Lire. Successor lo The Farmers Hank A Truit Couipauj mansions;" where all thocblldren of his taught may be. It Is a startling fact cate plan to Atlantic City for tliu meetOld Line Companies Pay When YoujDle. runiinu and under outly fur ?t Years. great household shall be gathered not that In carrying out this tendency of ing of tho American Homcopatlbc InMIW. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Juno 10th to one missing no vacant place In the our common nature. Col. Ingersoll. the stitute which meets thero Over f 150,000 paid In Urine lncflti. .nncAHtcr, t Kentucky. agnostic; and Henry Drummond, the 21th. Tho C. it O. has through sleepOrer 3J0,I ilsserve anil. Surplus "sweet by and by." I havo no right to say where Col. Believer, ran side by side In teaching ers to Philadelphia and New York II KXia WEAKKS, Lnctl Agent,. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndad A. SS11T11B0 btanford. Kr. fngersoll Is now. But I have the right Identical doctrine. Both teach that without change. Bo sure your tlcktt MN. Seev., tablo. Kvetjthlng Portets Lexington, Ky. IS H9 .V Ohio Ry. meet all trains. to say that whether it bo Heaven or character alone saves. Both teach in reads via tho Chesapeake Hoping tuch tmtlneM relations will fror. mutualHell, ho is the object of the deathless effect that to bo good and do good is Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pas. agent, Lexly bsn.nstal and (ileaunt. Love of that God whose namo and na tbo sumtnum bonum of life. Or as one ington, Ky. DIUnCTllltS. YOUR ACCOUNT ! ture are Love unchangeable and eter says: Wllllami, "Do all the good you can J.J. iiw.iejr, sr., Is duo nnd ready for you, and lou DOC LOST ! nal. I am free to say that I hare been J.b.William l.ooch, In every way you can Medium-tirethort lallrd Wlil'e and lllack gently requested to praying for him, lovingly and fervently, Siiottcl Setter llllch Lltral rtwjrd for hrr re At every time you can A. W. Carl"0'". IIM W. II. t.'uruuilr.i, turn o this omte slnco the Qrst shock of the telegram, To every ono you can," ! ... ... i..I .... MU. that announced his death, surprised Which Is a lovely creed as It stands. Its ,S. J. F. Ca.b, This means YOl If ou owo tuc mo. radical defect Is that it takes no ac- A. 8. J. II Ostler. If be Is In Heaven, my prayers can count of tho Savior of the world. Tho OFFICHIW Barge on J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky not barm him. If ho Is in tho power agnostic igjores him. The Believer Doutist, SScHnfit S. II. bhankt. PirtlJent; J.II.Uw.ley.l'athleri of the fiend whoso existence ho denied, brings Him in as a Helper by furnishW. M. llrUlit, AmI. Caliler. on cartb. and in the doleful prison ing an object leeson as a Model and a Stanford, Ky. house of tbo "lost" expiating tho Guide. But the text presents Him ns a OfflcwT- - VcltoWni' Drug Store In the Uwilcr DiilMiu. mistakes of an earthly life, my prayers Savior to tho perishing. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Yon lako jour Wheat und Corn to Morris will do him good, If they bo offered In Of men, saved without any character, Fred's Ktchango In Wm. Duuchertv's shun OF STASFOItp, KY. lu Munford and get In etrhaugn Flour and faith; and although the enemy who except a bad character neither Col. Meal. You ran ulao buv Flour. Meal, Miln- holds him captive will not releaso him Ingersoll nor Mr. Drummond give a Feed, at CijlUl Stock $100,000. Surjlai.S17.CS3 SI stuff, limn, Chicken wberu luAc . cheaertrial Devil. Both my placu than auv till "tho uttermost farthing" of debt hint. Neither believe In a town. A W. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., I believe my eichaugd will bv Is all usk. bo paid; yet this also holds good, tint recoil from tbo orthodox theory of This Institution originally established aa the Ds a good thing for farmers and I pledge liber tho prayer of faith, can ameliorate Christ as a substitute for sinners; be- GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. posit Ilank ol Stanford In 1S3S, then reorganlird u nl transactions and full weight My goods come from Dudderar's Dlv Hirer Holler suffering and oven abridge terms of cause that requires, ono to believe that tbt National Hank of Stanford In IKS audagajo Mills nnd are Splendid Accommodations, MOUKIS FHKD. sentence, whllo yet tho poor victim is He died to satisfy Divine justice tho Tho Favorite Line I'lihe tii Depot aim ruipnur m-u- . Telephone No. 6. reorganized aa tb First National Uankof Stanford 13 Kates IteuMiuubte. Flue Wuter. "serving his time" and "grinding In dogma of Anselra that defaces orthodox In 1SS2, has had practically au uninterrupted the prison houso" that ho might hayo creeds In every direction. That God now lli escaped, if only ho bad believed. Alas! gave Ills own life to satisfy satan's de II years. It la Letter FARM FOR SALE. that ho mado this fatal mistake. He mand when bo was about to destroy his C. Contains US acres and Is In a splendid tactlltlea for transacting kutlotu promptly and lib knows now that not what a man is, but wretched victims and only 'held hl statu of cultivation. On the lllack plktV.'j erally than ever before In Its long and houorablt More-lriwhat bo believes, is the turning point murderous hand, because the Lord of miles from llustoiivlllc und IS from rooms litis on It u dwelling of Uvu Trains Morning and Evening from Un- of destiny. So eer. Accounts of Individuals, D.ludarlrt.tlrul this text In St. John Glory proposed to die In their stead; anil good teii'int houe, besides necessarv ion Station, lOtli ant Broadway. The Tailor, splendid orchard, good well ahd Individual! solicited. 3:10, ulllrras and "Scripture can not bo and that furnishes tbo only stimulant to outbuilding, euty. Passengers ilesirinj,' information and broken." What a man believes, hon grateful men, tu lead a llfo that will uud two springs. Terms W. II. niaicToai. WltKllIT. Stanfohu, Kv., rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, ftehraska ors or dishonors God; what ho is and pleaso the God and Savior who has Iluttonvlllu. Ky. F. Lincoln Co.; J. W. Ilayden, SlanforJ and points in llio far West, including Caldoes honors or dishonors himself. It rescued them from death; of all this, H. II, llaughmiu, ifornia, should address S.T. Harris, " In Receiving IiIh Spring & taught Is the old no w controversy that affects tb? system of T. P. Hill, Heed, Gen. Pass. Ayt . Ingersoll and Drummond takes Lincoln County Farm For Sale. J.S. Hocker, " Frank J. us all, so nearly. I loved this "cap. allko by Sttiiiiner Goods. K. II. Ilacon, Dii. Pass. Agt. tain courageous" living; and I lovo no cognizance. W. A. Trllble, W.P. Waltou " On Tlimsdiiy, Sep. 14, '99, J. II Oolllor.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Ml.Vtruon Goods Warranted. Wo aro taught to uttempt to "fly blin dead. W. U. MeDoel, & Gen Mgr I will for .ale the form umii wlih li I i.uw re Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr I lovo and honor him because, bow-avwithout wings;" and to servo tbo Lord side, oiler.Slot k, Crop, Ac iMld farm contains VJ1 M . D.EImors, btanford, Fit Gmranteed.J of obedience, without tbo aireaof Drat (Uu blue grata laud, well salered, mistaken ho was, be was willing In well fenced and dtslialjlv orricast. I', lullrt ilke Give Him a Call. motive that could render that obe- Morelaml, a .tallou ou Inslocated railroad, on from to suffer for what ho esteemed Truth. only C. S McltoWrts, Cathltr, leadluir Iroui to Stanford. Ihsldeure J S. llcker, President; J. J. His was the courage and endurance of dience acceptublo to Him. ou said farm It a large frame, containing ebebt A. A McKlunsr A..l.taut(;iUler. a "Stonowall" Jackson laying all And the leaven of this substitute for nuius, ttuutrv, ,c, nesiy aiuteu aui aH;red tuibllilo'i. T1IF. upou tbo altar of what ho thought wuh the true religion of Christ has been auJ'n A M. hslasllllsginatluiAlotk Tkkus and two b.laure In right. Is there u true heart in all the more largely responsible (or tho failure tear wlih Interest from date cf sale.on Po.mw.1ou imu'5 rDMintcni U UUMlJiDl North that withholds its tribute of of Christianity in tho world than any- given Dec I, lw I'owewlon of laud to Iw seeded m to begin at usual tlm tor kvedlu Oliver Chilled Plows and Itepulrs. ullcctlonato admiration of tho gallant thing elso. 41 tu ' ii.li UHiA,MllleUeriiie, Ky. Multu Cultivators, best lu tbo world. W PF.NETUATKS A & soldier laying down bis life for a causo Col. Ingersoll lived his ethical sysDeerlug Iloll uud lull Hearing Hinders. Duurlng Hull and Hall Hearing Mowers. esteemed by others a wrong one? tem moro consistently than others. Brick Heilisnct In Hcntl- EIGHT GREAT STATES And who can doubt that Col. Infer-so- il Henry Drummond did tho same. Tbo rinoly Locitod Moyer lluckbourds uud lluggles. Garden Plows und Double bbovels. calls, Eentc:ky, with 57 acres cf Kentucky, Tennessee, Vlrglula, Georgia willingly forfeited the wealth, leaders of systems "all along tho lino" Will liy market prlcu for Wool. Sulks Lini well Improved for Sale. North and South Carolina, furnished ury time. fatnu and political advancomeut, bis seldom fall. That Is roserved for their Alabama, Mississippi, All kind of Furniture uud any piece or marvelous talents entitled him to, followers. In thcni tbo weaknesses Tlia above uronerlv It knowu as lbs John Clirli. kind of Harness you want. Call on Curtev And ho farther mau idace speak boldly wbut to Sleeping Cars beliuved would true? I am bound be comegoes the surface. fountainthobead tbo Ihs boiiMt aud It occunlcd now bv JjiuIj kitchen 3 I). B. OAUPF..NTi:U. Hl'sTONVlLI.K. Kv. cuulslut S rooms, due sell at to bo from tho to lovo ono door, a good on bard anew aud all oulbuildiugt A nw baru, feuciug In good and admlru tho man who has tho "cour-ag- o muddler grows tho stream. Uetweeu Louisville hui' the South. redir auu tus laud lu a guodiutuol cultivation. fire of his convictions" though I may Hence tho Blblo offers only ono re- As we have met with a great loss by auy rtsvutly we want to sill Ibis one who Aud willing tu pay top prices In cask for source for tbo children of men. It is wauta It would do welltirocrty and to writs to Chickens. Kggs, Feathers. Ducks, Ueese, DAILY TRAINS differ from him, "toto cculo." JAMI-f- l WiKlXJIIMK, lla;etvllls, I). a "walk And this good will result from bis faith In u personal Savior; Turkeys, aiusuug. Yullow Hoot, Ikes IVm, Wealtohavs lur Mia a butlueu room, brl.li. llldusof ull kluds, UopiMir, Hruss, Irou and Nach way between Louisville and Lexington Intrepid advocacy of bis chosen cause-HAnd Dealer in with God," to whom wo owo our lives; tin IsaWfeeltu the h W toruer of the tiuMio Hones. Also will bo lu tho market for wool. w. a. tuhk. o. r. a.. , has shaken to Its lowest foundation and loVO for Him "who flrst loved US." II s.uare lu SloutUWlo. auKy , and uxupled brmeal Sen tne and get my prlcu beforo selling, uud HAHN33S, mbauge for flour, hechnlsAKerusas SADDLERY, &0., Washington, D. O. stone, tho hoary slaudor of the contur-l- e r TOU) tuia aiuug mil vuuiu u wuw.mv.w. iuu iwi. tun 1. as gooii artauu a tuers ittu get spot cash. Cull at my heudiuurtur, W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. 1'. A. & FeucVs OIHce, near Deiait. StanSTANFOnU, KY. ugalust the character of God pro thatwllUtand tho test In a coming ' Surli'iUte"""- '" l"icui.r, .nd term. perrlnKy, Loulidlij. Ky K. IWUINSON. ford, THE INTERIOR JOORNAL GEO. O. BARNES ON INGERSOLL ROYAL $i PER YEAR CASH nBM an Queen K5Ks ROUTE -4. INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, ........12 LOWDER, .. 2. -- B. G. FOX, FARM FOR SALE g Cleorge-tow- n rt ?. A. JONES, RoVal against alum Baking Powder Safeguards the FIRE, JLIFE e, lce-ho- .OOIXDBiTT INSURANCE. d" I One-thir- iu.i-kt- t. J. T. SUTTOMT, tal lt. one-thir- Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Solicits Your Bank Acoount. H.i-ban- ti Settle It At Once m & Just Like a 1 Mill. BEHZLEY f HOTEL, EHMacmnii llr.t-clas- IiOTJISVILLE silat-encef- tupi-lle- CHICAGO. H. RUPLEY, d. Merchant IU-l- Vlce-Pre- er 1 Southern Railway MUled-lorUl- s s d TO FARMERS. J.G.JvIcGIjAY Through UNDBETAHEE! e