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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 4, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899080401_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 4, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVIII. NFrVS OF THE VICINAGE. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1899 10 A. M. fiooA-Trccpin- NO. 45 LlHKUTYAN'DHKIt FAIR. LANCASTER, M03ELAND. There are a great many people, of Col. Jnek Ohlnn i wliti ti c Wutki r Rev. Gilliam, of Casey, has boon enOwen Rubcl, aged Mi Jcail at whom iho writer Is one, who look, foriIiIk wti k anon. gaged to preach at tho Union church broiheis. fnx rim-lnj- .' ward with prtnt pleasure to tho LiberDep .ShfilfT Win. Ward sold his Danvtllo cleared ViM 41 on the wnlcr tho remainder of tho year. ty air and who entertain no other works for tho year. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Smiley, of Lex- - rcaldel.ee on Stanford avenue In A. II. thntipht thlln itinf. nf ftnlnr Unlnrrnnn HhmIm tiv 2.nKi nsrao of a now Pulas-k- l Itandall it the . .i . mpton returned Sunday nftcr n shot ,i.n.n n. .!..... ...,...i t nt H)it ofllco with J. I'. Ilindali ,:. fried, hero. J. O. McAllister Miirdainrs W. S Miller, of Knox-- , ." ::":.. ' lnUlnk' ,n tho L,uur,y fair this week villi!, und O. D Ilnrdvtf, of Chicago, i .." will iltil their suttr, Mi. J. W. MilEvelyn Price, motlior of Dr. A. of spending Wednesday .only, but ono;..,,, three good go , up youngsters. ',.. Mm. day's program (ltd not su lea nnd It was Dr. Leo Pipes visited his parents at ler, next we.-D. I'rlco, of Ilnrrodsburg, tiled at Par, , i i... t. fUlUlUlU 111 C,,.,ln C.n UIBIIUf Mr John' Urtpht will make an exis, need 89. .JUUUfljl kjlltll 11ll,n II'IIUIIUIIDUUI Wlllard was pulling myself away. I wh raised anu sum iioicn arc in ruiasKi tins cellent oeii. - i.ui,'ril-o- r. Wbllo Preacher Nath Tho crowd of tho llrst day was very summoning men to work the road In week In quest of a bunch of good calves. In sltfht of Mm mid I know something small but on the two following they no. F. Green and family, of Sprlng- - nbmi Mi- - qilallfl.-tilliiliHell, two follow Jumped on hlra and wero there from the "lead mines," so J Gxtrnril i )rul thi er.iflle in which Into Insensibility. ilcld, were the guests of T II Wright boat and cut him to stvjak. Tho show of stock was well n tooKcd. Mr. O T Wat-Io- " gdrrnorr and family during tho fair Ilobortand Carl Haker, two up to tho nvcrago and thu races were fiii ii.niiiinti.-i- l on lhop"olilb-Itioi- i characters, who have figured Massey, of Kubanks, Is MlssJnslo all hotly contested. Tho track was 1i ticrffi. h j.i wiiie in- - iMnnu' win, visiting tho Misses Singleton. Mrs. prominently In the Hownrd-UkIn tho the pink of condition and some fast H. F. McKlnlcy has leated the house ne vTumu iimico it hotter poverno" than Clay county foud, havo enlisted miles were stopped over It. Splendid of Mrs. Hrldgwuter and will run n some who aro seeking the place United State army. Haker faction, order prevailed and another Liberty boarding house. With her reputation Hoverly Uakcr, of tho All tho wealth wo hnvo comes out of fair which Is now a memory Is u most us being tho best eook tn these parts, the ground, In onu shape or another, win arrested at Harbourvlllo on i. pleasant ono. Clay county. Tho Haker no trouble In finding and when the farmer docs well everyTho home band mado tho music, she will have fear that this l n blind to pet Haker which was a feature of tho fair. Tho guests. Willie Ncal, son of Jesse Nenl, body prospers. If trust aro excusable fur his health, at all, the farmers above all, should In tho Clay county Jtll and nsiasslnato boys hato been practicing lots lately who went to Utah wiltcs that ho Is in Salt Lake City and iiirin ii iruei io kccp prices up nnu Keep him. and If thov keep It up nnd continue to V. J. Price, olork of tho Hoylo cirhas pained four pounds already. tho wealth at homo. Improve Saxton won't bo In It. Mr. Junius L. Shannon, of near More-lanMr Frank Marksbury, of this city, cuit court, ha resigned bit portion In President John R. Whlpp, Secretary recolved not leu that he lia been bought 110,000 pounds of homp near order thathN time may bo devoted to W. H. Cochran and Treasurer S. Wesallowed a pension at the rale of $0 per Hustonville ut Jl 50. William Brton hU profession, tho law W. O Price, ley did all In their iowcr to tnako the month commencing April 1st, 1M3. sold n horso to W. S Hen.by for J150. who has been deputy, will contlnuo In lair n succos and everybody have a charge. Advocate. Tho pension was granted forn pun shot J. I. Hum'lton has bought 25 horse?, to of Laneaator, who good time and they succeceed admira- wound In tho right hand. Ho also has be delivered Frlda, for cavalry purOcorgo l'altcn-on- , franchUu for an bly In both. purchased a application for wound) receiv- poses, ut 60 to ?10(). Tho hotels cared for thu crowd another plant at Corbln, has beed In the service. Mr. Shannon served W C P Rrecklnrldgo writes long electric light splendidly. There wero good beas for nil gun ork on lis erection. Owing to Its and lots four years In tho regular ar.ny as a and learnedly of thu propucts of thu of tho bast In tho land to cat. non.couimlstloncd olllcer and hns an "protesting" democrat machinery breaking down, tho Crtal W. D. Of course he Stagp, of tho Ktchange Hotel, Ice Company has suspended business at Is uxcel'cnt military record. He nlso mean tho bolting democrats The making almost as good a landlord as served Corbln without n live rconths In charge of word iifcd I too mild, too much like a that point. This loaves tho lute K. II. Hurnsldc did In his palfor u brigade of volunteers Sunday school word, and will not bo an Too supply. my days. Mr. A. H. Uobortson left Thursday during the war with Spain, nnd tn close d The trot Wednesday a successful career, captured tho heart understood. It U like saving that a on his annual summer trip to tho Kat man Is Intoxicated when ho Is drunk, was won by McAIIstcr Hros., of More-lanand hand of Miss Iva Moran, one of the or that ho prcvarlcites when he lies. to purchao fall and winter poods. Ho with John Sharo, Jr., and Noah How-mawas accompanied by Mr. Mary popular young ladles ever roared Miss Annie Houston col 1)3 per cent second nnd third. The moi MUscs Marv Robertson, Gladys Wilson's entries In the county. The I.vrr.iiiou Joukkal In her examination on 11 topics, which 2:10 trot went to A. C. Cunningham, Ho-Holmes, Josephine Hold, Lillian congratulates Mr. Shannon Uon a jU9t is far above the averago. Mrs. G. M. and Mr. Iloraca of .Mercer; .Mc.Mtsler Hros. camo sec reward being given him bv Uncle Sam Kmllv Lutchcr 1'nttcrron conducts all tho business at ond and W. M. Dodd, third. Tho tatHowman. Tho party wilt go direct to und whllo thero aro many abuses of tho dcoi during tho absence of Mr City and from there to New ter's horse, Galton, driven by Doc Dry e, the pension system, this Is one In- Patterson and Is as well qualified Atlantto as cut a quarter during the raco or ho York. Advocate. stance where our money has been well any agent on the road. Geo. Harris, C. V. Anderson would hava made a better showing. placed. Deputy Collector W. T. II. W age 10, Is an c.tert wire worker, hav D, Hrown's horso got the plui race and with a poso of four deputies went to and Os. Howtnan's ing been asked to corae to Arkansas to g. the part of Hull MATRfMONJALMAfTERS. Pino Creek, In the wildest construct a telephone lino. McAIIstcr Hros. also won tho county, known as South America, and Wultcr O. Owsley. 22. and MIssS. K. juugc J. u. iicmpniit cannot pet a captured a nioonshlno still, tho largest. three mlouto trot, with Cunningham Reynolds, 17, wero married at Gcorgo deed to tho property which ho bought found for many and Dodd second and third. J. W. It Is said, thBl has been on Richmond Avenue as one of the pot tho money" In tho men's Harris' on tho 2d. years. Tho still house was burned and Samuel Tcmplln, a three times wid grantors, who lived in Kansa, died be 2 stills, 500 pallons of bicycle race and Miss Gertrudo Mundt ower, and Miss Martha Koberts were H fcrtnontor, fore tho deed nrrlved for acknowledIn the ladles'. Mrs. W. C. Grccnlnc beer and 3j pallons of whisky were was awarded the premium In the phsi-t- married at Hrodhcad. gment leaving soven Infant heirs. A destroyed. An angry wife at Seymour, Iud., decree! court will be gotten before H. K. Klllott beat W. iony ring. In the livery stable A tiro originating A. Spraggins In thu mulo trot but the horso whipped another woman and the Judge builds on tho premises. of H. D. Spears ntNlsholasvillc, caused decision was not a popular one. O. P. warned her to leave town. Robt. Burton, who was shot by GUI a loss of about 910,000. RcMdes tho Howman camo Miss Temple Oldham, a popular Prather. on July 22, died Wednesday first, D. G, I'ortmanscc-ou- d and provender that carriages, wagons and Am tin Thomp'on third In tho milliner at Richmond, was married afternoon of tho wound. His dying were destroyed, 15 hore perished. Casuy county trot. Doc Dryo and Cal- yesterday to Col. David Martin. statement nnd other testimony tnako It Tho resldonco of Policeman Traylor, vin Carcntcr got many premiums I Tho protracted meeting at tho New- a very bad case, as It Is alleged that ho to stable, and the Faron ono sldu of tho couldn't keep nccount of them all. town Christian church, conducted by asked Prather not to shoot him and mer's Exchange Hank building on the They hnd a splendid string composed i:id. V. W. Dorrls, closed Friday night that he did nothing to provoke the other caught, but were extinguished of the following shot. No testimony was Introduced by show hors- with 37 additions. before they were destroyed. A woman without arms was married the defendant at the examining trial es: Dignity Dare, saddle stallion, Pearl Rout, roadster marc, William at Christ church, Now Zealand. Tbo last Friday nnd he was sent to Jnll, -- Wo aro very glad to learn Thanks. ring was placed upon tho fourth too friend, W. P. Walton, of Dare, King and Gallon. John Steele of her left fool. A similar marriage to falling to give bond for 91,000. An exthat our good amining trial on a warrant for murder recovered Carpenter did splendidly with Loxcl, the Stanford JOl'USA!., has 111 the handsomo black he gelded last this was performed ui St. James will bo held Monday. from u short though severe sell of Spring. R. (I. Dunn, of Boyle, who Church In 1S32. It Is understood that tho commercial nets. Ho' ono of tho hardest working A Nebraska woman has sued hcrhus-bju- d clubs of Hurrodsburg and Lancaster wonder ho sits a horso almost as good as bis father, men wo ovor saw and It Is a for dlorcu because he makes her are working in conjunction for tho exholds out as well as bo does. He Is got the bluo for tho best rider. Tho following pretty HiMonvlllo batho dally In Ice wuter. The follow tension of the Southern railroad. Capt. M. till 111 his den from 0 a. cooped up girls were at the fair yesterday: Mlscs who will furnish tho water hero these Herndon, Mr. G T, Hlgginbotbnmand lato at night tuu year around, save hoi dog days cau gel any number of Hon. R. H. Tomlinson will go over the Sunday.taml wo suiKoihls ever ready Pearl and Amanda Rose, Mattle Din- girls to marry him. route und see nbout the prlco of the dancing nbout on tho Sab- widdle, Mattle Powell Myrtle Dryeand (pilll U often Tho tnopibors of several girl clubs In rlt'bt of way. The town und tho counbath.. You ought to lake a rest, broth Hertha More. Interested in tho railroad Mrs. W. C. Greening was ono of thu Kausas have determined to marry no- try er You curtalnly huvc earned a vaca body but Kansas soldiers, but It is dol- - and should move hand In hand to proIn Lancaster1 many handsome married ladles present. tion. Louis Landrain W. G. Cowan and A. H. C. Dlnwlddlo lais to doughnuts they will forget their cure It The town would save largely Record. resolutions when an elglblo beau of on Imports, such as coal and articles Thanks. Tho only rest we ever ex- camo down together. of merchandise, while the farmers I t&ado It a point to ask about tho any description proposes. Utile shaft shall, pect Is when a modest would save on the freight rates In tho Hllttcal situation and was gratllled to with linger pointing upward say: 20 per cent Lumber has advanced shipment of their products from a turlearn that Casey's all right. Messrs. u pace. demand for hicknip to a fatted steer. The saving J. Hoylo and George K. Stone, who since January. Tho wood Is particDanvii.li: I'Aitt. The roadster und weie very warm Hardin supporters, in ory, oak und other hard oak costs 915 would soon amount to more than the ularly sharp. Quartered cost; but Immedlatu action Is necessary saddle premiums run from 120 to U0 lormca mo mat itioy Knew only It did six or the road will po elsewhere. Tbo und all premiums will bo paid In cash democrats In tho county who would not more cr thousand feet than Is without discount. Many iiool features stiport thu ticket. Mr. II. II. MoAn-Inc- h, months ago, and It hard to obtalm taxpayers should also remember t.iat uUo have advanced, the 20 miles of road at 85,000 un original Stono man Is glad Spruce and pluu will bo on tho program, Including tw jicr mile, as big eaKo walks, mulo and wheelbarrow now that Goubel won. J. P. Wilkin- though not so materially hard woods. would Increa-- o tho taxabto property According to her dying request, Mrs. $100,000 and help to bear public burraces, baby show and so on. Tho big son, another Hardin man, Is wearing u cake wa.k will contain tho celebrated uu almost picture of the Ken- G. 3. Norton, of Pawling, N. J., was dens. burled sluing In her favorite rocking cako walkers of Louisville, Lexington, ton county man. W KAK tVESA HE MAIIE BTllOMl. Georgetown and other places In Kenof young men got oil to chair, In a specially built box to eonA number A great military band has boon pother and voted Miss Hertha Morse, tain tho chair. A derrick was used to Din- vUlon made clear, styes removed and tucky. giuiiulnted IhU or sore ee of any kind secured at considerable cost to furnish of Hustonville, tho prettiest young lower thu box Into thu grave, Hiieoillly and effectually cured by tbo ue of Solomon Chambers, a thu music. In fact a gouulno und en lady on tho grounds. I'jo S.the. It's jut up Kentucky fair will bo held; hoy, was scared to death by his brother Sutherland's joyable old Doo Dryo won tho fancy turnout yesIn tube. nnd sold oil it guarantee. Tor For catalogues and other iniormation terday oyer Mrs. W. C. Greening; C. who said "boo" to him as ho went In sale ut Penny's Drug Htort apply to Honry C. Urlght, socretury L. Crow with Tony Hoy, took tho freo tho dark after water. Ho hud listened to host stories till ho was In u most Old Charley Mooro says: "Sinco tho Danville, Ky. for all trot with Cunningham and w death of Ingersoll, I am tho most promsecond und third, and Mr. Crow nervous condition. SS YEUtK. COl'UIIEll A uew fued Is eald to have broken inent of IIWup inlldels, and Lexington also got tho money In tho double team I suffered 2J years with a cough, and county, with tho ought to try und keep up with tho proaud raco. Ills horses ran awuy uid created out In Letcher .ent hundreds ot dblhir with doctor Wrights and Holbrooks on one side and cession by giving mo a church to I ued Dr. considerable excitement hut wero stopfor medicine to no uviill until thu Reynolds aud Huntlya on tho other. preach in. I believe I cau preach a remedy ped before much dumago was dono. This Poll's Thu value of mineral and mining pro- series of sermons that would draw llko 'Iho handsome Miss Hollo Coulter ul.es weak luugs stroii,'. It has saved toy in a traction engine." was married at Mlddleburg yestorduy duction in tho U. S. in 1803 was H. Ilosell, aranuuurjr III. life. J. Tho corn and wheat crops to Dr. Hayney, of Alma, Tenu., Rov. KOIIIUHTTO itii.tsus. wero valued at 00,000,00o. Tho board of directors of tho Nation- Goorgo Grcon performing tho ceremo His wiinitu vrltti It lurvly in fr, furui aud tui- Tho Statu Sinking Fund Commission- Kr will 1) lia irUmU, but oue ulio wuuld al fox hunters' us.oclatlon.faillngloget ny. Mrs. Kininetl McCormack, who allmrtlisuutt u quorum at tho vecoiil muulliig 1" Cin- knows her well, says tho brldo is ono ers failed to meet ul Frankfort aud tbo Ictlysn.Ull run tuoe herlibralth. IwIfilial. w.ik bu wilt itrnutitaud cinnati, has bcon called tomeot In Lex-ln- g of tho finest ladles In tho State and thai failure Is belluved to mean that they Irrlulil irheha ivutlliiatlouur klJutr mm. I1, lirr lhi'Uie Uuod will hum, .1ij.1h, kjunhrt, spokon Springs Is lU Auir. 10. klorrupilomucij wrvKbnl ruiii.liluii, tho doctor has won a veritable prize. will refuso to act as a parole board. lllttrrtU Its uttl lullclna lu the wurM tu Rear Admiral Sampson has brought rrulals Xumaeli. liter aud of as tho placo for this fall's meeting. Sbo is a sister of Messrs. J. C. und W. klilnri and lu iiuillr II , suit for 1700,000 bounty for himself and ths UvMd.vrlttljr lu- airuug lifirn, l.rljlil R. c. W. autoutb, iklu. llcb jiii'1c(Iii It In her Journey from Now York to T. Coulter. hi men for tho destruction of tho Span- mala rlurulli woman of a run Oregon ran :,30U miles, Manila tho down ItniiHJ. (lulr W null at IVuuy a litut LUU IHIUTAIIO. ish cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa. Mors tho voyage occupying 1)2 days. Hy tho Is tliv foruruiiucr to cousuuiptlou. Dr. Thu power house and car sheds of Nicaragua Caual routu she could tnako Doll's will euro It. and tho Street Railway Company at Now-arTho cost of launching a ba'ttlo ship It In 62 days, saving In euircnt ex- giro such strougtli to tlio lungs that a cough N. J , woro destroyed by tiro. runs awuy with something llko 110,000, or a cold will uot srttlo tlitru. Twenty llto penses ovor $17,000. Loss 1300,000. Tho great leviathan requires soma five m m rents at Psuny's Drug Bloro. uro un thu war tons of tallow and over a Tho of oil Tho smullest man who over lived vas is Company wU path Yiuqul Indiansseveral thousand soft soap to persuado her ton leave, and Tho Diamond Match In Mexico, to her tho dwarf Hubo, born In Franco in 1740. Ho was Just 20 Inches high and eight Incrcaso its capital stock from 811,000,. strong, and many persons, including cradle and glldo peacefully into the 000 to 15,000,000. some Americans, have been slain. water. pounds In weight when full grown. Leb- Penmanship, z:::?L,:r:z ,:"wt fiend For (hlalcoue Wm'ywujMwtx iisimit i i $torutann, J f jtsAa v'i ffTTi yviijs V L rut nrsr is thc chcipcst as a (siMmdJMem'. 1 i.t.... "'"" """' M,,l..,..,. ii- well-kuow- ' If XT 1 m-- te--- cr I (!) J. JL a A. tw7 n cTti XX ifi Hals to Suit Kverybody. war-rlTr- I Linen Hats, 0 ) I 1 ID Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, . i I ft CI f trans-(ortatlo- I I ! Alpine Hats, Hal road Hats, i X three-year-ol- llrown Hats, Pearl Hats, Black Hats; in fact almost any hat wanted. Stetson Hats v ! M & e d, n, H. J. M'ROBERTS. If Our Goods Give Satisfaction, Tell Others, If Not, Tell Us. id !. free-for-a- ll ruu-nlu- A Warm -- Feature is- on Slaughtering In Good Clothing. - PriceS OUR ENTIRE STOCK Must be reduced, and therefore we ate giving you J1.'J.50, 112 and $10 Suits for Sec for yourself and lull your friends. Remember these good things are going and GOING FAST MANY OrilER SUCH BARGAINS. , well-kno- THB GLOBE, J. L. Frohman-& Co., 'Phone 136, Danville. ), 1S9I). IIUSTONVILLK, Ky., Allg. ure-alik- e Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, Gknts: You have ever reen. am plowing clover land that was grazed last year and mnwptl this vear. It is awful hard and dry. but thc old Tiger is doing the work for it, and don't you forget. it. I 1 will please find enclosed check lor one in Rcs-qul- Tiger DifC Plow, or other words, the best plow that I to Hfc-sU- would not ho without one for anything in the bounds - of reason. .Wishing you and the tiger Disc Plow great success, I T. L. CAKPEXTEK. Your truly, am, THE FIFTH AVE HOTEL tor Louisville, Ky. The mo.t centrally located uud only Danvills Fair, Auust 30, , 31, Sept. 1. 8710,-000,0- 00. PIEST-CLilS-- S Hotel lu the city making a $2,000.00 IN PREMIUMS. run F-t- Klrv-lll- c ROADSTKKS, SADDLEHS, Ono block from the principal ahdpplug district und two blocLs from the three prin OA'ITLE, MULES, HOGS, cipal theatres. plri'ctcnrs ui the door to nil parts of JACK STOCK, SIIEKl', ICIC. Hie City SjJUJS. Kterj thing neat nnd clean. Premiums SIO.00 to $110 CAKE WALKS, MULE IUCES, FANCY TUKNOUTS. dr.lrlDgatrlptollia IKIIabls proua of a umli.ptcal or unm muwt Kapo.lllou, wlttaicuvd l'nrla writ m til iiMiiiw..r, aid. tbi rutk. 0m t'lWUwU BALSAM HAIR, btMUlfVsf 04B &1m1 PINK MILITARY BAND. SEND rOlt 'lATALOQUE TO r4U NtTr to lis t Uftlr Cuiti KJp d loiujiabt outhful 99or bnnurUsi BfWiW oftir Uf.tndtmt J 11. C. BRIGHT, Secy. I :. & The Prohibitionists wore at tho bat county will rIvo Goebel nnd tho Stato jsytho sold HTOcwo sheep to Mr. W J. this week In Loulsvlllo and thoy too ticket a clear majority of WW. Throo j Hannn at M.ftO Saylnp. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL named a Stato ticket, hcaJoil by O. T. (fourths of tho malcontonts in Scott V H. Grllllth, purchasing noni for Wallace, of Garrard, for Rovornor, fol- - cjuntynro gold buja. who voted for Simon O'Donnell, of Chicago, bouuht l head of I,400-)oueatllo at from lowed by W. H. Zolclcr, of Jouamlne, I McKlnloy In 1SWI. They would havo Aug. 4. 1899 Stanford. Kv., for lieutenant povornor arid A W. Car-- 1 'olcd Bjralnst Hardin had ho been nom- - 4 J to.') cents Paris Kcntucklan, A recent contrivance for protecting nonter. of Lincoln, for commissioner of Inntcd as thoy did before. Look ut these old exs. will you? Tho the legs of horses from tiles consists of agriculture, all from this Comrrcs-- I VL P. WALTON. A ronciso but Interesting Hit of Rirgaln In our Aiiguil Cleatnncn Salt. All sum. says tho best known a band nttached to each leg, with n slonnl district. W. M. Likens, of Ohio Courier-Journ- al Kev. S. persons In tho convention were number of cords dangling from each mrr goods mttit be cleared out nt once to mako room for tho arrlvsl of our lnrne county, for secretary of State, stock nf now Kail Goods bought nt low prlcci nnd Ixlng farced upon ua now by tfir. Harnnrd, of Jefferson, for auditor, Hrown, ex Concrossraan Owens, of band, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. M. N. w. u. !' The hemp crop In Bourbon will otitv Manufacturers Pllo, of Daviess, for treasurer, J. , bcott; J. II. Hcauchamp, of Fayette, for attorney UrccklnrldRO, exCoiyrressraan rhll II yield half a crop thli year. Corn will Vet (lomnor. also yield about half n crop. The fall WILLIAM (JOF.IIKL (fonoral.G. H. Hancock.of Knox, for su Thompson, Sr , of Mercer; Vat Urulcnant llotfrnor. perintendent of public Instruction, pressman Thomas Tumor, of Montgom ing off In these crops is due to tho M. .1. C. W. Iir.OKU mnlrn mi tho rest of tho ticket. Mrs. cry county: ox Concrcssman O. Mm drouth. Pari Newt. Kur Atlotner (Literal, Franclcs K. Bcnuchamp, presided and Adams, of Knox county; Ic. Im7, according to tho figures glv uj. niiECKisitmuK. For AuJltor, worked oil her old platitudes for female- Ullvo J. D. Mooriuot, or l'aducab. Dc en br tho agricultural department, thu nrso rouLTEK. sntTrnec. Tho resolutions dechtro for blcs thero wero many defeated cun- United Statos produced .'HO-loni of Bond every Item for TrMurfr, the entire prohibition of tho liquor dldntcs nnd railroad itttornoys galore. sugar boots from 41,222 acres of land S. W. HAOKll; :i(l LnillrV French Woven CVmct, 21 to 2d, IDs, formor price 11, John Walter Smith was nominated nnd made 45,215 tons of tuirar. traffic, for 'the repeal of tho Goebel For Secretary of Slate, Anything In Lnilies' Sjliurt WnlM Corot 48- - former prlcr 75c C- - iltlECK HIM, election law nnd for woman suffrage. by tho democrats of Marylnnd for govEx Secretary W. C. Whitney has Far Superintendent of PuMIc tnatrutllon. There were no (1st lights and no calls ernor. Tho platform docs not mention bought ofCitpt. Still Hrown, of HAimv jicciiESXKy. for tho pollco during tho session of tho tho currency question, but scores trust the broodmare Agnes by For Rmtmlisioner of Apiculture, nnd McKinley's Phlllppino ot!cy. I. Imp. Si Blaise, w(th roll by Hamner convention. IOX II. XALIr declares that tho republican partv is by her side, for tho loportoJ prlco of For llallnwit OonitnlMloner, GOV. BltADLKY, In defending his responsible for tho numerous violations C. f. MrCIIOKn . $7,000 For rhenp Percale. Vlndr and Sea Iilmid br.imli. fie, former prices 12lc course in regard to the troubles In Clay of tho law upon tho part of tho Negroes For lleprctitfltle, Tho first bale of now cotton raised In Juat nrelved a full lino Oarnllur Sorting nil shndejonly lf)c, former prlret fl.23 says that lm lacks authority becauso tho lnttcr bcllovo thoy will bo county, 31. V NORTHTexas tonrrlvo In New York sold on A few rummer tlrcas Skirts left in dark and light linen ami duck, lo rlie. tH'ci, under existing laws to copo with tho afforded protection and Immunity from 'Chango for $2,000 for tho benefit of f tinner prices f difficulty and that If ho were to call an punishment, by reason of their votes, Tun bolters' convention was not an the tlood sufferers. It was redonatcd Solid l'jqiic in nitiN Kye ami BedfurJ ninr' tmly Kc, former prlco 15c extra session of the Legislature to rem- which tho platform asserts, arc cant to the Exchange and will besom to the s Imposing affair, oven when transportation to Lex-to- edy It, there would bo no good results almost solidly for tho republican ticket-Al- l Boston Exchnngo to bo auctioned off In could obtain free sorts of lies having been circulated like manner. Then It will bo shtped Few men of Stato reputations under tho present conditions. "Tho wero present and tho wholo thlnjr was talk about the governor putting down about Senator Goebel's religion or the to some other point nnd will realize a a pretty small affair. John Younjj tho trouble In Clay county Is aburd. absence of it, he has in response to nn good round sura for the sufferers. Tho Brown, Introduced by old Phil Thomp- Tho wholo fault In Clav Is ft vitiated inquiry from tho Fulton Leader ?ent runrkct price of tho b.tle Is 'J. I am and from my son, who is doubtless In hla dotnjrc, public sentiment and a failure of the tho following: Guaranteed etpial to nny 10c ipi.ilil) only "c. mado a savage speech and posed as tho civil authorities to do their duty." No childhood have been a member of tho Men's lllcnchnl Drill Drawer, rilibed rtnklca worth 50, t'i go tliU week for 2r. man or party can chnrgo that congregation of St. Paul's Lutheran model of purity nnd patriotism. Brer honest Sweeney, of Marion, was one of tho Gov. Bradley has not done all In his church of this city the church to leading lights of this new school of po- power to put an end to hostilities in which my parents belonged In tbelr The hlmlxT nf I tin llu.lonvlllf Fnlr rll IP M . litical purity and as usual, made an ass Clay and thoso who chargo othcrwlso lifetime. I am a believer In tto lx' sold on tlm prmml I)nt IHH'KRIt. Aug. 13. W 1M tvv Christian religion and the divinity of of himself. Resolutions wero adopted must do so from Ignorance. W.M. GOhlir.L. Jesus Christ. denouncing everybody and everything A cmIi Iii rrih hal. Ati)thliis in .Men's or l!oy' Craili Linen Hats only 10c. Old Tom Tcknek says: "I bcllovo Appollato Judge Payntcr says thero connected with tho Louisville convenOcJuit received nn elegant nnd nobby lino of Lidlca' walking ball, ejele and golf Is no disaffection among democrats In ' From a call issued for "a convention that Goebel will withdraw before tion and Kltisvlll on tlin nletitnf July 31. a of the democracy of Kentucky, to bo tober. Montgomery county democrats his part of tho Stato and tho candidacy imU.IIT ili:i!F,L MAKE, IS Inn.U' hlfli. shapes 7.V, t hog Imckcil. lilnil Irg white, nlxnu 10 against him." That ought to set- of Oholco this week ol I.vllcs' trimmed hat IKlc, John Young Brown on n held In Lexington on Wednesday, the are ytnrill iddl wpll Anv InfnrtimUim dem- bolting ticket will not cut much figure nt lie will Ik tlmnkfully rwrlvitl of August, 1899, at 1 o'clock tle it. When Montgomery county 16th day Is St JOHN WA1.I.!. KlnrY lllr only arouso the l. M., for the purpose of declaring prin- ocrats are "agin" a man bo smart to in tbo race. It will very Indignant and Line democrats, who are ciples and nominating candidates to be quit. The bolters have shown their hand puzzled to know the motive prompting voted for at tho November election, Brown to this unexpected ac And Ret pricei. We ran anve you 2S r cent. Our shoe and Clothinc atock U full 1899, and also to provide for an efficient and It Is a mighty poor one. Democrats and democratic form of. party govern are mora sanguine of success now than tion, to do their duty at tho polls, and Ill the IMilrlft Court of Ihr l'nlir.1 Siiira. f.r of choice bargain. IMitrlrtof Kcnliirlcr. ment In accordance with the principles ever. Tho bolt won't rise to tho dig that it will result In a decisive demo- lbInlh hitltrrol Mllfattllo IIllanfcniptrj AHotiraoe h full wc cannot Klve price we Invito yoti to come antl cc for jour AUn a lnkrrt Oil lllll lit ilir ul AllK'lllt A II . IllM. nn MMKhlFr of homo rulo. Each county is entitled nity cither of that of the Palmer nnd cratic victory thero Is no doubt. elf. In Hit iwtltioti of tli abrvMhl tankruM Tho squealers' nonsensical chatter to one voto for every 200 cast for Bry- Buckncr or the Hmdman. Hlnl uu Hi lolli .111 ul July. A 1) , t a Itlmnleml liy an." It was furthtr resolved that P. P. BILL OWENS dccllncdto servo on a about electing Brown doesn't fool any upon the unison llirnmn that of hrarloit I ha I, iho Itihilajr n (Ici..It, before aaldrourt at Loulxlllrln nM ill.trkt Johnston is) tho regular and legal chair- committee at tbo bolters' convention, part of tbo people any part of tho time .r s nrir In Everybody knows that, barring the at 10 oVIock, au.i llif fotraimn, iiitrroriw tbrmu man of the democratic Stato commititiji notice pracurai'lf, mmui saying he would voto the republican l Ixtkiikik , tees, and they request nun to take such ticket straight this fall. The republi- death of one or both, the new governor on ilm InIn lb illrlrUt. ami Joih-o- a ) kmion nii-- r aaM IrintMl that steps herein as the Interest of the party can party's gain Is not tho democratic Inaugurated next December will be ail.l anil other irM,na Iin luifrt-- May awrai lar an. ahuw Tho ChiMt Houe.ln Town riu. abuuM nut cither Goebel, tho democrat, or Taylor, hat,Hull" aul irajrrol laM prlllbiuar Ifanythrr may demand. Tho thing wasn't In sesarhv the party's loss in this case. republican. Kontucky never bad N Kraotol. Htracrabl tho sion but a few hours and then tho parUnanmib Waltrr & CO., than Gov "I'H'ii", an.i iii ri ir.rrcil.itl,rara. JuKtof l mnlleit, In ticipants scudded back to thole holes JOHN Whallen, Jim Williams and two more popular or Auoi.t, A T.I). IUXF.Y, Manaiter, by the L. & N. Theodore Uallam wero the secret wire Bucknerand Lieut Gov. fllndman.yiit Ml.t illitll, I, ou lb 0r.t ilar(IIAFMAN (1kII, ! . on free passes furnished W llyT. It UlAKIi, I) f. pullers for tho L. & N. at the Lexlng- - the former received In all the Stato Ilranch tton at Kliiahethlown. Klkton, OwenlKiro, Hielb vllle, Vorfalllce, Itarda; a most sensible toa bolters' meeting, a sweet set to bo but 5,000 votes as the gold democratic Mil. Watteilson bad town, Hopklnaville. Mailiaonvllle. Morimiilicld. (ieorcciuwn Ky ,' ClaiknTllle. Turn.' double leader in Tuesday's Courier behind any decent movement. nominee for vice president in 189(5, and BUY 500 CAV-ALR- Y Journal, showing up the real backbone tho lattor but 9,000 in 1S97 for clerk of WANTED TO Rocallod of the bolt and advising the POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. the courtof appenU Louisville Times HORSES. leaders of It to go slow and consider hido upon Its back and the marThe ! BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. well. That the L&N Is back of tho US to 15'4 lnnd lilh, 4 to T Mnn. ulil Is tho L. & soiinil. In iriHjd tlx, to wtlgti 1MU to l.tiuO whole business, no one wbo sees tbo row In the bones ol the bolt rxiuniN Will hImi buy horuu lrtrg;c bruit) Wednesday was the hottest duy of Ia to the Home what;! activity of Its ugents, doubts and In a N. railroad company. Courier Jour- year In Louisville, 93 mule. Will bo nt I in villi!, K'v . Ftliliw. Anru.t battle between the people and tho rail- nal. Hardin told a Cincinnati re A skunk trust, to raise tho varmints lib, anil ut Mmiforil. Kv . Nittird.tr. Auc . Uen. roads, it will be the peoplo first and the porter IH'IUOX llltO".. Loul.llle. K, Mil that ho had said nothing nor for their pelts, Is the latest. nowhere. Wo deprecate would he say anything on the Kenrailroads Tho yellow fever situation nt HampI to thu M.1II. A COittnf fllru l'alnl trill such a battle as we are both by nature tucky situation. Covington add n much to thu appearance of your ton. Va., Is much Improved. and training a friend of the railroads, 31, the ilwcllinK as a Soar Suit will mid toyouri. Mrs. Salllo W. Macey was found dead At the close of business July but If they force tho Dghtlng, as It ap- debt, less cash In tho treasury, amount- on the floor of her room at Versailles. We Hull thu Iteot llramli ol Yards, pears they, and especially the L. & N., ed to 81.101.587.071, an Increase for Daniel Prlco shot In Leslie county, Leads And Oils. are doing, It will be war to the knife tbo month of S3,207,43d. and killed his cousin, William Price. and tho knife to the hilt. The manOumo to See lTa Dr. John M. Fruzce, late democratic Eliza Sanford, one of the 10 daugh Covington, Ky., agers of the L. fc N. do not know upon candidate for commissioner of agricul tors of Revolutionary soldiers now on Art! Iiio.itfi! o its to offer ic'hil Inilm'i what dangerous ground they are tread ture, mado an assignment (or thu ben-ol- lt menu li tho uhlpiiertt South tif theOhlo Klv-the pension list, Is dead. ing or they would desUt before it Is too tlinn iiwnit a nil time. of his creditors at Maysvllle. Frank K nurst. a grain merchant. In In saving Id I In-- ettrii bujeri them will Im addition loon I against raillate. Tho popular feollnr Tho renublltjuns havo calieU a con of Versailles, died suddenly of apoplexy roads and other corporations is strong vention to be held at Mt. Vernon Aug. while eating his breakfast. & Foreign IJuy-ct- h and deep seated and will only require 20 to nominate a candidate for repreA severe storm raged for 21 hours on on 3Zurkct a light breeze to fan It Into a llamo that sentative from Rockcastle and Laurel. tho coast of Western Florida, and great Fur nil tin nf t 1. U n n lilinilntr will uot only elect tho democratic tickFor tho first tlmo since 1W11, there Is damago has been dono to coast towns. don't Cult In ronln our an' privilege et by the old time majority, but crystal, not a siuglo democrat In the United The palntliiKSfawnU here. We wish t Cal' your Prank Reynolds, a young ueronauti iiiK which mu in- - in ik item 1 you we k p lite He.t Heady Mud I'mi.t-- , O.I., V....I, ij,, attention to the ize sentiment Into action that will take Hr..8l,e, Ac, In the mark". States Setato from tho great area be- fell 3,000 feet from bis balloon Into a rnXTUAL IOVINOTON HTOl'k YAUII (u from tbo corporations every right that tween tho Atlantic and tho Mississippi lake in Pennsylvania, and was drowned. they now enjov. Cuinini-aliii- i ! flrn wn give prompt atten-Uo- n and tho.Ohlo and Canada. Tho Northwestern List mall was to coin. nn. tits During tho year tho fou Kentucky wrecked near Boone, la , and four men Our linoof Toilet Articles tich TilK announcement that John Young P.rMi,- .Ami Ac , is complc.,.. "' .n.l of the vVry belt Juali.y Brown would accept tho bolters' nom- districts paid revenue as follows: See-on- d were killed and a number of persons Fifth., 81-- V district, $1,833,133.71; Injured. ination for governor, having fallen llko Thu bodies of John Brown's raiders a wet blanket, the squealers have, 013,497.18; Sixth $3,072,433.41; Seventh, are being exhumed ut Harfwr's Ferrj, through John Whallen and others, $2,007,022 lbi Eighth, $2,310,512.75. Tho campaign committee will put 15 and thoy will bo relnterred In New been making overtures to Capt. Stone, but thu captuin If too good a democrat speakers on tho raging stump in us York Slate. C. C. Mongol, president of tbo boaid to go back on tho party that has hon- many counties tomorrow aiternoon ored blm so long and so lavishly. Tho Hon George G. Gilbert will speak at of trade of Louisville, was elected col J fact is being demonstrated that all Is Ulcbinond and Judgo Brccklnrldgu at oncl und D W. Gray lleutennnt colonel o o of the Loglon. not lovely In the boilers' camp and that Taylorsvlllo. o o Congressman Evan E. Scttlo says: Gov. Candler, o' Georgia, has Issued there is probability of a bolt fiom it if o o o certain fellows do not havo their way. "To my mind this bolt will cut llttlo an appeal to thu people of his Statu to o figure In Kentucky politics. The rep- join bands in un effort to stop mob vioo o IF you will read Jno. Young Brown's resentatives of that element with whom lence there. o o o speech at Lexington, you needn't hear I havo coma In contact are not of tbo Tho yellow fever scare at Hampo o any thing more from blm this cam- class of men wbo stimulate politics. o ton, which Is In sight of Old Point has o Jlcady Mixed I'alnti for all I'urposes. paign. That's all ho has to say. A geno IIou. Claude M.Thomas says: "There driven tho last visitor from the deo The Greatest Show of lU kind o tleman who accompanied blm on his Is no dissatisfaction among Bourbon lightful resorts thereabout). o o ever known in the Blue Grass rounds in tho race for governor, 6a) a county democrats. They are all going o o LAND AND STOCK. ho made some 75 seechcs, tho last be- to vote tho straight democratic ticket, o Dates, AUGUSTS 12, 1899 o Sold for tU I.OWKST O.V8II lVIces. ing exactly llko the first and uono of as they always do. Bourbon is safely o o 100 Block cwch for eulo, J, M. Carter, o them varying a comma or an exclama- democratic, and has no sympathy with Sr., Moreland. AT o o Is not a tho dissatisfied." tion point. The o Four 10 hand inulea for sale. W. C. o o very versatilo man ana when be once Tho annual preliminary reort of tbo Floyd, Ansel, Ky. o gets a speech by heart ho sticks to It. commissioner One I'are Round Trip from nil points revenue of Internal Geo. T. Wood bought 100 owes of in Kentucky, via the The great head ol the democratic shows that tbo receipts from all sourc- Hroylca & Vanhook ut tll.GO. Cypress Shingles' party, Co). W. J. Bryan, recognises es for the fiscal year ended June 30 to Four steer culveb und a sow and HavIron Fence. QUEEN & CRESCENT V Senator Goebel as the party's standard bo $273,481,582, This Is an lncrcaso of en nhoaU for tale. Ucazley & Carter. X1 bearer In Kentucky and urges all who $102,018,703 over tho receipts for tho Tho Georgetown Times rcort8 sales love him to glvo Senator Goebel' a fiscal year ended Juno 30, 1898. cattle at 5c and 40 ut of o9 ( Ask Ticket Agent for particulars It's a big mlstaku to supK)se that 4.8 V warm support. A vote- for Goobel Is a W, C, ftihCAAWM 0. l, A. ClMClMhATI G. W. Murks sold Ills ureal pucer, voto to make Kentucky sure for Bryan. Goebel has no friends in tho good old All good democrats will stamp tho democratic county of Wurron. They Joo I'atchen, 2:0U, to S. Y. Haws, of rctnl Kooflng. Jlill Work. stencil under tbo rooster, tho party's uro us thick as hayseed In a populist's Johnstown, I'u., for $20,000 In cash. Special train leaves Junction City at Itosovlllo, tbo dam of I3un Brush, tl:l& a. M., Danvlllo 8;i5, Auir. H, 10, adopted device, which no bolters can whiskers In harvest llmu and most of them havo good long memories. Some died ut Lexington. She was owned by llltb. take away, of thu kickers might, for their own WhltJcy und left a colt full brother to NONE of lhj railroads advertised good, put this In their pipes and smoke Uen lirush, DR. inZ. L. cheap rates to thu squealer's conven- it. Smith's Grove Gazette. Foit Salk. I'olo Durham bull, deep PHYSICIAN AND DKUGQlSr, STANFORD, KY. tion. A pais Is a much better induceHon. It. E. Bruce, of Georgetown, red, debt months old; Durham cow und William Kliellon, l'resldent. ment for "delegates" to attend than says that uoeuel was stronger by calf und Polund China boar. It. II. MOKlNNItY, - KlCNTUCKV. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiale Departmcnta, Mulc, Art, half rates and Brer Smith was clover double than tbo combined opposition Crow, Shelby City. Flocu. enough to furnish the necessary In that county before thu nomination Corn brought $2.25 at the crib at a 1'rlkCrltitlona Curefullv OliniKjunliil l)iv n tlon and andJPhyiical Culluro. 3Ut year bealna Sept. 4th. Send for catalogue to" and that now ho Is Invincible. Scott sale In Mercer. Sheriff Jno. L. ForNlgbt. MIW. NANNIK S. SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. - BrieflyTold ! v. ox-C- on Now is Your Chance to Buy Big Bargains at the Louisville Store. c, YOUR CHANCE ! sore-head- 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS. Lumber For Sale. Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. Strayed or Stolen. cx-Go- ' 3STOTIOE3. Look at Our of MEN'S SHIRTS'. ftr.lU-charp- rrr.ll-tor- a The Loyisviile Store. A. URBANSKY Proprietors. WbI PAINT CLOTHING iTwWdB Paints. Central Stock & !zM er Penny's Drug Store. lnslcria 1 the Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes &c. TOILET ARTICLES - 1 ' h""' CRAIG 5 HOOKER. oooooooooooooooooooooo'o'iboooooooooooo Horse Show White Lead, Linseed Oil, W. B. McROBBRTS. Wall Paper and Alabastine LEXINGTON ooooooooooooooooooonnnooonnnnoooonon ROUTE 1.450-poi.- A.C.glHB, j T STANFORD. KYI LOWDER, Stanford Female College, - -- T ''jpijisaju int LOCAL HAPPENINGS, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfohii. Kv., E. C. Ni:V kcrchlof tie at Jones'. DALTON for watch work and Hooks and auppllc ongrav chool Nr.w Tnffcta ribbon at Jono'. Warren ft Shanks. Walton. -m ss cold, tmrc and1 Soim WATF.R, leo iNTniiioit JourKvkiiyiiouy ru'id Hlgglns fc McKIn- - Tun TwIce-a-Wemum rofrcsJlngat Penny's Drug Store. nal is only 91 iv year cash. Hemerabcr noy' "ad" this week, uro. that. Till, bout material combined wlthl care, kill and accuracy Inuro Rood ' Ciiattanoooa Chilled Plows, steel I NKHD tho money and must ask you -- ...( M.i nthnr tnnthmU urn nvnr . .-beams, at ilcazloy tt Carter's. iUSUIl '" ........ .......... r. to come In and settle. Mr. Kato ucd In our prescription work. Penny's Drugstore. Foil Ki:.st. Store room on Main Street In I.VTi'.RiOitJoL'RNALbulldlng. PERSONAL' AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Pahm of IM acre for sale privately, Possession given to kult purchaser. J. NlMV stationery and curds and enA. A. W'AKIIUN isdowiiwltluolatlca. C. McClary, Lxr. velopes for parties at Crnlg.t Mocker's. m '! J. II. Minr.lt was In the city yestor-du- y CillGUKN Fkf.I). Flvo bushels of OCK boys lot to Crab Orchard for goods. chicken feed screening for only SI at 21 to M, and returned consld MihhMary HlWW.KV has returned urably crest fallen. J II. Ilaughman fi Co', mill, Stanfrom LouUvlllo. ek Dud-dcram now no Fhesii Cakes, Warren ft Shanks. surveyor In this Auo. 4, 1809 Full lino Hardware at Warren k olllclnlCooler wont to F. county, Clerk O. II. Dalton for watch worn and ong ray- - Shnnks. H. Howard's, the last man to hold tho olllee, and got "Metho books, which aro required to bo SRW'i.vti Machines at starvation Waltox, Bumnkw MAXAomt phroton for snlo. IJ. C log. - at W. U. Mcllobort'. Olij Hooks Thcro being for tho public - Niagara Falls TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. VIA Fifteen dy Kxciirslon to 3. . CO to- SKCOND-IIAN- D Kepi in tno clerk's olllco. They run back to 1781, when Jumc Thompson was tho first surveyor, and who kept Tin; them In a remarkably neat manner. C. H.&D.lsell via this ((annctliig lines will MICHIGAN CENTRAL ) RYS ltouto 80i:S.VAlCKS John W. Young, of Highland, tnnri us this snake story by ...1 Thnm.l,. P... U.I tf ONLY HeMM 7 Hound trip from Cincinnati. S6 d- - ilitlonnl to the Thousand Islands SI ngent. ins cnicKens, no raked down and got a D. 0. EDWAHD3,PaMefigor TraS: Jlaaaecr, Cincinnati, 0. handfull, throw It to tho chickens and returned to llnd a snako colled up em wnero nis hand bad been n moment ' buforo. Ha gut a hoe and killed It whon ho found four of tho largest rnts'e allvo Inside of It. Tho snako wos a This Linen Suit? I (jut It nl James Frye's. He lias cut the price on Missis Louisa anii F.vklyn Kast-LAN- 'li TllK Jung Urowlng Co., has cslnb ford. coppor head and measured three feet nro "visiting In Mercer. these io Suits to fJ.50, He has some Tlin bankrupt law has been In forca and four Inches, tho largos' by 10 Inllshcd a branch In Stanford and Mr. J. Mits. Julia Ciiasi:, of Louisville, Is F. Hockor tins been placed In charge. for a year now and bnt two Lincoln ches ever seen in'that section. visiting frlenJ and relative bero. county men havo taken advantage of It. TilRY don't do things half way at MlHS EUdKNIA IIUBH, of Lancaster, Till". letter of "W. H. would This tpcuks well for our poplo. Mr. Iledull Chancellor's a was again Yes nnd ho it It the truest of Miss To vis Carpenter. have been printed but wo must know 0 night. Tho party Miss BuanslA Hrkhit took tbe from whom wo receive communications. Clint Lono, a West Knd Negro, was demonstrated last Luole and Ophelia Out given by Misses train horu Wednesday for Rookcastlu declared Insanu In Judgo Bailey's court And gives you a chance on tlint finePewIng Macliino with ovcy $1 Tin: McKlnnoy Canning Co., started yesterday evening nnd Deputy W. L. Chancellor In honor of Misses Magglo Springs. worth you buy. That's tho placo to trade, Sure. JUIhjkC. W Cooic and family, ot up yesterday with good prosiiecu. Wood took him to Lakeland aylum Chancellor and Mabel Hall, of Hour ll bon, was In every particular Condon, Ind., uro guest of Dr. L II .Manngcr r; .1 iaoncr has 100 or tnoro this morning. and was heartily enjoyed by tho largo hands bnrd at work. Cook and wife. Ti:.ci!f:ns nnd nislstnnt teacher number who attended. Mr. Chancel- -' Mil. J. H. McllAitai'K, of Valley JL'ihii.vo by thu number of com will please see Sec. 140 and Sec. 1, lor presided over the refreshment and Oaks, It here to buy a farm and rotnovo panics that are asking to bo booked for common school law, relative to attend that Is the came as saying they were county. to this tho noxtscnn, wo will have no dearth at Crab Orch- delightful both in substance and In Mils. Dlt. W. H.O'IlANNON ban re- of amusement tho coming fall and ing Institute Aug. service Tho Misses Chnncellor aro ard. G Singleton, Supt. turned from a visit to Mrs. II. II. nat- winter. graduates In the art of entertaining ion, at Lancaster. D WILLI-- doesn't seem to be tot ng Mil. JOHN HuioilT lias been appointA KillST CLASS typo writer for sale fal )y with us In tho railroad matter. and lust night gave additional evidence ed census supervisor of tho Slh con cheap. The Now Dcnsuioru, accredit- T s Is what tbo council adopted, lic- of it. Their visitor uro charming young ladles nnd every body was Imgrcsslonal district. ed as being thu most prollclent made; it, ding to tho Advocate: A resolution pressed with them. fitOHOi: IJ. Wbakbn Is on tbo road a luirgaln. Inqulro at iNTKHloit JOURrequesting tho Southern Hallway to setills week for bl unolo, Oco. I) , who NAL olllco. We will start tho ball rolling by offering some of tbe best bargains that have ever Tin: Town Boundary Hemains. lect a rout a through Ditnvillu nnd LanIs under tbo weather. yet come before vou Ik you arc In arrears for this paper caster or Stanford, for tho proposed When tho Intkrior Journal talk It ALLISON Is over from Mils. HaCIIKL Mary You aro not getting tho benefit ot tho extension of the Louisville Southorn to generally know what It Is conversing Lexington to see her sister, Mrs. about. It said several week ago that reduced rate, but that of $2&0u year. thu South, was adopted. Tiurch, who Is better tha effort by certain men who didn't If If vou aro wise you will pay up and get Miss Maiikl Ucssr.i.L, of Decatur, TllK elegant party given by Miss want to pay taxes, to hayo the town III., I visiting relatives In Milledgo-vll-lu the paper at H a year. Mamlo Wilson Curpontor in honor of; bouudary cut almost to nothing, would nud Crab Orchard. Tin: L. & N. will run an excursion Misses Wasson and Weaver, of Hour- die u burning and so It has. True to 10 pieces fine Imported Zephyr Ginghams worth 23c, now loc. M11. axu Mas. Will J. Yaokr and to Philadelphia and Atlantic City, bon, was attended by about &0 couples, bis promise, Councilman 20 Linen nnd Duck Suits for Hoys worth 81, now fiOc. H. F. Hout son, of Louisville, are visiting nt Mr. lent lag Louisville at 12:15 noon, Aug. Danville In addition tothe surrounding moved a reconsideration of 0 pieces Figured I.nwns worth 5c, now 3c. the question and Mrs.Hlchard Cobb's. 10at?17W)for tho round trip from country, being largely represented. last night, seconded by M. D. Elmoro 8 pieces Figured Lawns worth 12Jc, now 8c Miss Maiikl Hall, of Mlllersburg, Stanford. Tickets good for Ifi days. Miss Cnr)wnter proved herself a llttlo and on tho vote being tnken both of 7 pieces Dainty Figured Dimities worth 10c, now 12jc. Wednesday to visit Mlses arrived queen of entertainer and her mother, them, Peter Straub, Jr., und John M. A big lot of Filo Silk now 2c do,; slur r.tietli.ind the boat Is Mrs. A. W. Carenlcr, left no doubts TllK Lucy and Opholla Chaneollor. Stone voted agalnstmakinguny change Ilcmcmbcr our Sale of Fancy Piques 10, 15 and 20c values nil go at Sc per ynrd. Ht-ti- e almostunbi'arable. The mercury stays of her ability to get up a delightful and the job was killed. Mrs. N'axnikS Sauklkv, Miss Tho advocates and Virginia Bourne have In the 10 all day, when It doos not repast. Tho evening was charmingly had Paxton ne.iry every lawyer in town either overleap tho century murk, and the spent and It was with reluctance that engaged or retalpcd, and gono to Pittsburg to cool off. that of Itself Jim Carson has been oft for sovornl worst la It doos not go much loner at the guests departed at a late hour. convinced a majority of thu council that health, but Mack Huffman ulght. days for bis tho petitioner expected to save a great TllK Gontry family Is largely In evi- deal or they would n t go to such ex- Are going fast, cotno nt once it you want a first class shoe at Manufacturer's cost. a.vs there Is a woman In the caso. DltOiM'BU Dbai. Ilnbort Hortou, dence Mrs. K. M. Watts and pretty who learned telegraphy at Mcramac Heights, near St. pense. All honor to tha men who can The above goods must go at once, as our new fall goods are now coming in. under Supt. daughter, Mary Kllxabclh. of Louis, Louis. It ts their second annual reun neither be driven nor cajolad Into doJames 1. MCKIaney anu was lor years ion and lfiO aro present enjoying them vllle, nro with the Mlsso Paxton. ing other than their dutv. Wcsturn Union agent at Lebanon, original "Old" Dick Gen of Louisville, Miss GuoitaiK Dkli'H. dropped dead at tho Richmond fair selves. Tho 10 sons and CHURCHES AliO PREACHERS. try died jours ago, but left who has been visiting Miss LImIu Da- yesterday of heart dlceu-u- . three daughter and a habit of rearing vison, returned homo Wednesday. Tho Methodist meeting at Columbia Tin: Veranda Hotel is tbo name ot large families, and the habit nnd tho closed with SO additions. Dlt. A. S. Pitin: Is back from Drip- nine Snrlntrs and says that It Is the tbe new hostelry presided over by Mr. families havo grown till now there uro We aro having a glorious revival at place to build up a run down constitu- Joseph Coffey. Tho rates of this house 10,000 of thesu Gentrys nnd more than 11 general awakening per day, county folk excepted. 12.', of them uru Dick Gentry, too, All Pino Grove, nro J2 tion. among tho people; 25 additions to dato Mits. L II. OIVKNS and daughter Several hundred dollnr have recently of them aro not at tbe Inn now, but and we hold over Sunday. J. G. Llv- -' Imvu gonu to Lincoln couuty to visit been exixindcd In making this house enough nro there to make a pretty re ingston and A J. Daughcrtce. s In every purtlcular. spectable showing. They wero all Mr. Given' mother. Mrs. Sowell Giv strictly Preaching continues In the court en, and other relatives. Hnrrodsburg N'OTICU thu advertisement of the Kcntuckian originally, but now most house. Services tonight and three of them claim Mis'ouri u their State. Sayings. We arc through the huge job of invoicing our Urge slock and are Hrynnl A: Stratum Uusluess Collegu of Tho convention will last two more times on Lord's day. No meeting on JNO.S. Hcoiils, of Stanford, Is here. Saturday night. Tho subjects to bo 3 once moro before ) ou witli It U n thorough and relia- day. Mrs. Will Duncan, of McKlnnoy, with ble considered on Lord' day aru as follows: Institution urn) overy young man or visiting her sisher four children, nro Trying For Thk L'xtrnsion Tbe AtllA. M. Tho prcsoveranco of tho lady who desires a business, short-han- d ter, tho older Mr. Hansford.-Somor- -''t between or telegraph courso will do well to ad- city council und thu Commercial Club Saints; at 3 i. M. Difference ! Paragon. met and jointly prepared u letter to the the Church ot Christ and the Christian " Clahi:ncb !:. Tatk, esq. of Little dress tho College for It clcgrnt .Id vlco president of tho Southern rail church; at S i M., Whole hcartedncs annual catalogue. Hock, Ark., Is with his parents here, road, setting forth tho advantages ot In thu Ulght Religion. On all Summer Goods. Call on us for J5J for thu Ilrst tlino in noarly two year. Mlt C. L. HOWKLL tells us that bo tho route vlu Danville and Stanford Plea-- o announce through tho col and uppears to Is making a lino start towards the big I looking first-rat- e Ho over that via Lancaster and offering umns of tho Intkrior Journal that wrllu-ubo prospering at tho practice of luw. of Stanford and that our busi- all the Inducements possible for a siir tbe Christian Endeavor Societies of II bo rally toW. O. Lackey, Ksy, one of tho ness m un aro responding vey by hero A committee was ap Moreland, Turnersville, Stanford and cleverest, brightest and best young wards tho project. Tho edition will pointed consisting of Messrs. John Huston ll!o will hold an Echo meeting men who ever KKik Horace Greeley' likely bo four timos tho ordinary In Hrlght, J. W. Hujden, J. S. Hoeker of thu Detroit convention at Turners-vlll- o It und Harvey Helm to Invito tho enginudvlco to "co West and grow up with size and will consist of 0,000 copies on Sunday evening, Aug. Cth. Dy tho country," returned to St. Louis, will be printed on book paper und be eer, now in this county, to an enter- so doing you will obllgo our C. E. Tuesday, nlinr several week' visit to profusely illustrated. It Is tho Inten- tainment to bo given in thuir honor. very much. Miss Dettio Powell tion to mnko It uu edition that will be Tho eouucll appropriated hi father, Hon. G. A. Lackey. or so Cor. Scc'y. Mu. asi Mits, W. W. Lyon drnyo valued and kept bv all who gel it. Tho program Is us follow; Song; much thereof us may bo needed, to join all the way from Mt. Salem ycMerduy In suudlng a man Prayer; Welcome Address, vJ Men's I.inru Suits Coats and Vests, Underwear and ShirU. Narrow Lsoai'i:. Tho Wichita. with tbo club sec the proper author-to Johnston; Song; Response toMr. G. C. to lake tho train hero for tho lllch Washington to Weleomo Daily Kuglu tell of the drowning mond fair, but to tbotr disappointment Kas , ndvuntugc H. Hughes; Song; of our ildvul, who ity uud urge tho club to pay half Ad. Mr. L. Carpenter; Prayer; Paper, they found that tho special ran only of four joung gjrls of Song; Mrs. A. V. route ujion him, the 11. wore with u pirly, of which Mrs. Hubono day Wednesday. Messrs. A. QLt expenses. Our people aro urouscd Gleaning from Detroit convention, wu Mis Ilctttu Dryc, tho MoKlnueyandG. M. GUen did like- ert Clnrk, who uud do not Intend to let tho chunco of Miss Lena Yowell; Song; Open Meet formerly of this county. They wero I wise. ing; Detroit Hospitality, Miss Anglo their llfo pass them by, Mil GeoruuH. Hltucr. I at homo camping on thu Chlcnsckai und eight wultcd on tho cngl- - Carpenter; The Quiet Hour, Mr Geo. In to bathe Mr. Clark made u t Thu committee in Duuvlllu from Ilroekton, Muss , went .! tlniss iimtniilml t K ik L. Carpenter; Prayer; Song; llcncdic- .v.. l.i.i ' " '"" whore he Is In business. Ho has sold narrow escape for her life, elimblmr Invitation to bo cnlertrlncd nt a dato Hon. Into u bout In un utmost miraculous hi homo In Dunvlllo to survey Tho meeting at tbo Methodist church, to bo chosen und said that tbo Mich Hulley and will return to thu mannur, after alio was nearly exhausted. by hero would bo made. though not largely attended, continue luklng Mrs. Ilruco with Last Monduy, with much Interest. It I rarely that DANVILLK hits adopted a Cerfow law This is niiw the most Gallery in Central Kentucky, having A Akkair. Ono of tho i ono hear a more forcible, presentation ccntly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat lenses; tho new discovery been re him, u really to tho regret of their host which pro Ides la optical that children under 10 most Brilliant brilliant affairs of tho season was of tbo truth than Is given by Mr. science I wisli to say to tlio Ladles flint of friend. ugu shall not bo on thu Btrcct given by Misses Given and Mll.LUR, of Lancaster, year of COL. J. W. tho party after 8 I'. M. from October to March, Forsytbo on Tucsduy evening In honor Strousc. He I evidently a man taught was hero Wednesday returning from both Inclusive, or ufter 0 1 M. In other of Misses Surbur, Curpouter and Giv- of tho Spirit Then tbo great sacrlHco his fruit farm near Mt. Vernon, Ho ho has madu, from u worldly isilnl of mouths, without proor guardianship. Just received a large Btock of tho very en. Tho ladle woro patriotic costell us that he lms 3,000 or 4,000 applo Thu court houso bell shall bo rung by tumes und fully sustained tholr reputa- view, in order to preach tho gopel, trees In full bearing and ho utilising thoohlef of police 15 minutes before tion us delightful entertainers. Tho give added forco to his word. On tbo upple that drop off for vinegar, of tho uppolntcd timo us u warning, to bo porches und lawn presented a very at Sunday morning tho servlco will bo largo quantity. which bo will muko a specialty for pareut und children, l'u called tho "Curfew Hell." ufi.u- - wlil,.h uuiuru imvo iu uu ccu m vu u iicuiku, u.m-renTllK nomination of Mr. A V. Car- a child Is required to bo In hi homo or tractive appearance, being Illuminated generally uro invited to omo and , bIofor(rnnirwmUlehull,k'1l)lol,r(U tu the m0l(t ;.lttbora,u ,mntings. with Japanese lanterns, representing bring ull their children over tlvo year penter for commissioner ot agriculture off thu street. moulding specially for suitable u tbo New French " a "circle In u circle." Tho game of old. At o'clock Suuday ulternoon AuloK ,l0 iot Is, a deserved by tho prohibitionist delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, frencli wator Colors, ami all picture mat re compllmontto cuo who bus labored TllK "tacky party" ut Mr. M. S. quotation wu groatly enjoyed, Mis there will bo a service for men only. qulro a dainty frame When in Danville, call and heousand get our prices. Wo winning prilong and faithfully for tbo cause. Of Uaughman' Tuesday evening In honor liurch und Mr. Saunders Thoy aro cordially invited to como. will save you money. 124 Third Street Opposllo Post Office, Danville, Ky. wa Indulged In by most course ho doesn't expect to bo elected, ot Mlssos Cyrunu Dunn, Dora und Kath-crln- o ze. Dancing Mr. Strouso want It known that ho I Hnughmun wu uttended by all tho of those present in tho largo parlor not holding a MothodUt meeting. Hu will iet many vole outldo his hut he belle and Iwuux of ftio younger class und und ball which had been canvusscd for Is not a Methodist though ho love party for personal reason. Wkdnusday's excursion train to wuqullou grotesque uffulr. Evorybody tho occasion. At 12 o'clock elegant them none the less. Ills mission I to managed by tho Richmond fair Uwk tho following wa tacky enough looking but It wn refreshment wuro 6crvcd, all tbo churches and to thoeo of no from hero: Mr and Mr. W. II. Shanks, decided that Mli Muttlo Monofeu wa MesdumciG.C. und S. W. Given. church. That combines beauty and exquisitely decoruted comfort with convenience, is Mr. P. II. Curr and daughter, Mr. J. tho tackiest of tho ladles an'd sho wu Tho tublo wu cut flower and "nus, Hoforo a tremendous crowd, tbo $1, Mary Gurnott, Miss given tbo prUo. Hourno VunArsdulo with beautiful one of our well made, easy ridS. Hlcuund Ml cundcla-braing and elegant Surreys. It is 000 banker' suddlo stallion maro or Wlllto Hoeker, J. K. Druco, F. Hold, eusily won that for tho mon. When uud lighted by "old fashioned unexcelled for workmanship, ' Tho memory of this charming gelding purse wu decided at tho RichJame Held, I. M. Hruco, S. M. Owon tho guest Ilrst arrived they wero durtbility and comfort, aud will to a repast of buttermilk and corn event will not scon bo forgotten for It mond fair. O. T. Saudldgo, of Hoylo, and Uowtnun, J. II. McAHstor, J. U. give moro satisfaction fo genthoroughly enjoyed. Tho weo on Preston, a big stallion by Washing eral family use than other carFoster, F. K. Trlbblo, J. M. Alvoron, bread, but later on wero treated to un wu Wo are selling riage intdo S, T. Hurrl, W. D. Weathorford. Con- elegant spread of refreshments. Tho sinull hour had como beforo thu guest ton Denmark, dam by Halcon, won first tlicm Cheap and Fast, ductor F. P. Webb, a brother of Judge ontarUlnment was In tho spacious could bring themselves to tho thought money, Frenchman, ridden byCarty F. ie C. D. Webb, of Paris, who used to bo lawn which yrus brilliantly Illuminated of leaving, Tho ladles wero assisted Naglo, ot Lexington, wu second, Moo- Given, For to Crlsto, Jr., got third money and In this olllco, was In cbargo of tho and It was 2 A. M. before tho last puest In receiving by Mesir. Stanford, Ky. Opp. do par ted. sytbo und John Dunn, of Ilarrodsburg. Margaret Stewart fourth. train. nTiTh..rT WHERE DID YOU BET IT ? "r' Mtetea '''' e e P" Nice Crash Suits For $2. Closing His Straw And Linen lints " JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. 12 Tuesday, flag. 1. iK I i I THESE I 1 Ladies' Low Cut Shoes JOHN P. JONES. VffifflE&mi3ffl&S&3ffl&m AFTE I INVENTORY Ik Ilrst-clas- m I Low Price Inducement g p 'y LAWNS, WHITE GOODS, FANS, I $i, RIBBONS, ETC. SEVERANCE & SOVS. jf mmmwmmzmmm&&w;memm DANVILLE, KY. !,. ",l' THE FOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) ( 1 Lmtest Designs "Fleur-De-Lls- JVJouldh?gs ts A Family Carriage s. B. K. Wearen e, Son, Court-Hous- ffl $1 IT INTERIOR JOURNAL HUBBLE. IS IT BIGHT FOR AN IIHTOR ;: . X'a.'toli.mtimi.Twmai.a.ym anirtidkri PER YEAR CASH When nol so pud aia.OO will be charged tsfTnim 'moss TIME KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Hogs got Into Frank Todd's watermelon patch a tow nights ago and ruined It. Henry Hester has begun work on the Hush Hrauch plko and 11 seems that ho Is ns much at homo ns 1( ho was on 11 log. 0. 1). Barnclt Is During a now stock barn built, slneo ho has found that It pa) a to sboltor everything through tho TO'lltCUMMBSn MKDICtNIST .. -' . . Dr. Carpenter was called to seo Aunt Betsey SH)onamore lust Sunday night and It is thought now that sho Is bo mo 1 M a, . No. a Arrrlveaatftanlordat better. 2 10 a. M. Manford it Mo. 4 leatrk No. 31 Arrives at Rowlands! 11 to mat. Joab nignoy and Wm. Watson, ot 2 JO r. M. Leave Staufoid it Na.22 Casey county, nro up with a bunch ot KNOXVILLE DIVISION. cheep. Dr.- - Cook reports that Mrs. Robert Gentry has typhoid fovcr. 12 02 p m Ho. Train going North . J. J. Walker sold 10 of his cattlo to 2 slant " ..-- . " Mo.M " - .............. 12 M m Klvy Miller at 4c and six at 3Jc, to go South o. js " ' " .... -- ....... W Si pin ' o.a " tho first of Oct. A. M. Luco sold For albrolnts. Detuloy & Daughinan some corn at 92 itO'ldll TICKETS M)LI. HAUOAtlE CHECKED TilllOUUH. in tho crib. Bro. Clark closed his meetings hci 0 for any Information enquire ot Sunday night, with a good sermon to a JOE S. It'CK, Agent, Stanford, Ky, largo crowd. Tho result was one ad dition by confession and three others TRAKKFQRT AD CINCINNATI. by letter during tho meeting. Trains leave Frankfort at 7 a. M and S n r M , i. C. Carman has been in Cnoy onnectlngat Georgetown Willi H A C. and reach-laI'arls at 8 m a. m and .1 10 r. u. Leave Fails county tor a tow days showing up his t 15 a H an 1.1 10 r M., connecting at at 1 IS road plow scraper. Ooo ot them has with tj AC and reaching Frankfort A. H. and 7 in r h, fc Stanford JOM.n!It.NEWTON.A.O.r. A. been tried on tho Danville pike, und It Is suld by some, who saw g (.forge-town 8MB winter. From Sylvan Valley Ncws.Urevnrd.N O It maybe a question whether tho editor of a news paper 1ms tho right to publicly recommend any of tho vnrlous proprietary medicines which flood the market, yet as a preventive of suffering wo foci it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy. Wo hnvc known nnd used this medicine In our family for Si )car and have alwa)s found it to lablc. In many a doo of this remedy woitd nave hours ot stitlering while n physician Is awaited. We do not bcllevo In depending implicitly on any medicine for n ctno hut we do believe that If bott eof Chamberlain's Diarrhoea ltcmcdy weto kept on hand nnd administered at the Inception of an attack much (tillering might be avoided nnd In very many cae tho presence of a physician would not be rcqulr our experictl. At eau thla lmi ence during llio past 0 years For sale by Craig A Hocker, Druggists 'We have sold many different cough remedies, but uone has given better satisfaction than Chamberlain's, saja Mr. Charles Holzhatier, Druggist, New ark, X.J "It Is perfect)' safe andean be relied upon in al cases of cough", colds or hoarseness. Sold by Craig A Hocker. o Ache?: Head Does Your Are your nerves week? Can't you sleep well? Pain In jour back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what poisons? From poisons that are always found In constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, ss nature Intended, these poisonous substances are sure to bo absorbed Into the blood, a ays causing suffering nnd frequently causing scero al--- ... :: ! , ahott tailed Whl'e and Klack Spotted Metier llltch, l.llwral reward for her reMedluni-led- DOC LOftT Jolll II CASTItMAI. liiiriKi-tiiiiHi- ARTIItllO t.AMUIMM, ' c Cati rMAi turn to thlioinc We Heni . ) runctorti and So All Elr.it ef :l ROYAL Eepalrlng. THE DANVIM.E CVCI.F.Ct) , DAN VIl.tE, KV No 111 Third fet. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Seamstress. W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., 'LnitcnNtcr, Ky. I INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Worhl. Plain and I'nalitonnblo Sewing rutting and Uirge.t I'lrn IniiMnre Water Worka St rilling a Specialty Cornpiny In the ces Barbee & Castleman, - Teeth Extracted Without Pain Manager Southern lie pari monl Ocnrrnl Odlcera, Cnliimhla lliillillng. IiulJHi l.rllle.JCr Flijilcltn In attend- With Vitalized Air ance. Ilnltrtlng, 7 Omi'ti In the New Tlmmp-o- n CONSIflS YOCU STOCK TO. & disease. cure. There Is a common sense mmrn mm Live St-- c- com OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. ! AVER C:nalulcn Uerchasti, m PILLS Thcv dallv insure an cisv and natural mocmcnt of the boucls. You Mill Centrnl Corlogton Stock Ynn1, Cnvlpj-tii- n Kv . or Inlon ctiicle varu.. Cincinnati, v When ahlmdnir En- -t Mil our cure nrlrllego riling Central Unilngton Mock Ynrtla. We will ninkn It to jour nilvantnge anil cl Tour took our periiil attention I would like to take option, on fmxi latin For term, ami imrtlcu-lar.iddrr- -.. In Lincoln t'ountv WM LAMXIUAI' Krlger. Ky tl FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. .u.lmd fa mi of Jin acre. In ju!hr.. Kanu. line Well h"ated, mile. from the Ml.-.u- rt gooil farming country thlikly wtlle.1 Ulllwll oneoy liiwior lt.le f..t faria tu lentral Ken ) la dlHrrrnce In a luekr Can AdlreMlloi 4VManaird. Ky trsle 1.1 will do us much ditching and grading in ona hour as 20 men Tralna paw .ctlon City as lollowi 1202 pm No. 2 North..! 11 p m will do In a day. Wo. 1 South " .1IN1 m No. ......Stlaui "4C Miss Annie McKinncy began her .13lpm lliVani tt.S ... 8 03pru 600am school hero Monday with a good atten Ho.9 " "10 " No. 1 and 2 da not top. 9 and 10 run no fur dance and tho outlook is now that wo thar thin Junction City will have an excellent school. D. X. Prowitt is arranging to go to some springs In Indtanafor a few weeks und we predict for Uncle Davo, thnt if. ho Is as mean among stutngers us ho Is here, ho will bo sent home ut onco QUEEN & CRESCENT. it work, that it RoVal Made from pure cream of tartar. There li more Taiarrh In llil- - Hvtlon of the country than all other dlwa-e- a put tugrlhcr and until ih liit few tear! wa- - u!'mrd to !e Incur able For a great iunjr -- ir doctor- - pronounced, It a looal illwv. ami piwrllwd locil rcinrdlr-and eonitantly failing to cure with local ttcatnicnt it IncuraM. Klence tn proren pronounced and the rrlore ratirrh to ! a comlllullon-- 1 e. tMiulrpnttliiillon&l tr.atiiicot. Ilall'a tatarrh Cure, manufactured hy 1 J Cheney It Co . lolclo, Ohio, It lhe only romtlturlonal Hire on the mar kel It Is taken Internally In do-e- a from 16 dn to a leal.iontul u aci oirrciiy on muuti imi inunoii. .urfjcv ol the 11 -- lent Ther oAr one linn to cure. fend lor drrddollir- - tor any rlrrulariandte-llmonlil- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE," KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, llorM-4 B. G. FOX, 2rt :) iyfl Jlil flndthattheuseof furaalnat all timet nnd Mule, ccnatnntly on hand and R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Stan ford, Ky. Ayep's i Ilall'a vld he Iirul.t, -Tx Fill- arethe 1 J l'IIL.NE Addrew A CO., Toledo, O, arsopariiia Our Medleal Department hat one ot the mot! eminent In GOOD LAND FOR RENT. Near Lunraattr a tract of 351 airte Ij In Olio tioumlarr aavu aepnralcit t'V l"ea The Ural trnct la within li ilf mile ' cu-te- r. l'O ncreiif which lain grn. wild a houv. nnd 10 ucn of fre.li luml la io In best. much improved. ML VERNON. Baking Powder Safeguards the food It Is said that tho new railroad will go from Brodhcad to the Glade section. Tho peoplo seem to have grown tired of paying town taxes, hcr.co they have a petition circuiting to do away with town marshal. "In the Sunny South, an L. & X Romance," is a new song just published by Mrs. Rosalind Xcsbltt, Mt. Vernon, Ky. The title page is very handsome, Alum (akin? powder are the greatest containing a picture of entrance to menaccrs to health of the present day. Mammoth Cave, one of the most prom Kn. tkigngKHfoto eo., ncwro. 1 tent points on the L. & X., afro facts about this Important lino of travel. The Southern U.l.al In7ssl1n.nl Csmpany, eoag consists ot three pages shcclmusic with points of decided merit. Price is oaly 40c per copy. Ky. Of A recent visit to Corbln revealed the Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. beauties ot a village ot which but little is known, so quietly docs tho little mountain city ncsttc among the trees. We Pa While Yen Live. Wo found thcro peoplo of culture, Old Lhe tympanies P47 When You Die. hearts true and bruu und homes as elegant as any blue grass bcllo could Over f 150,000 paid In living WnrDti. (rer 5)J,0K) Ueserve and Surplus desire. The Yukon Hotel upon tho heights above tho railroad, compares II WEAKEN Locl A cent.. aianfoni, Ky. with any In the State as to faro and at .SUITIII10 M N, Secy . Islington, Ky, tention to guests. Tho town has about 1,500 IntxjMtants, many of tbern being in tho employ ot tho L. & X. Mr. Leo Tutc and Mrs. Jus. Gritlia are visiting relatives at Gum Sulphur. Tho infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Forrester Is very 111 ut tho Miller House. Mrs. Helen Brooks has returned to Paris. Willis Adams visited in Garrard county recently. Mrs. May Miller Rider Is at her parents' home. W. J. Sparks has returned from Louisville. Frank Miller will glvohts friends a picnic next Saturday. MUs Pattlc Green Is the guest of Mrs. M. C. Mil ler. Mies Ida May Adums will conduct a gold medal contest on tho evening of against alum. Cheap rates to Atluotio City. Tho Chesapeako A Ohio ha mado a rate of d f.iro on tho certifi one and cate plan to Atlantic City for tho meet ingot tho American Homoopntiho In stitute which meets there Juno 10th to 24th. The C. & O has through deeper to Philadelphia nnd New York without change. Ba sure your ticket reads via tho Chesapeake k Ohio Ry. Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lex ington, Ky. one-thir- with the pills will hasten It cleanses the recover)'. blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. Wrllo lha Doctor. nc. ' 4 "J the I'nmd fute. Tell ilieil.ietor how . M Jat recelreyuu are lurterli f on 1 will the heit inedlcaladtlco L J . 1 without co.u Addrii, Ml. J r AVFll Lowe. Mait. i all to go In cultivation - .."-Alan a o; m re tract, pari oi win. crani, tho remalnrter to ko In win it pre Would Alt il, lnieil 1. woll watelfd fer to reut the lituit to one l.irt.T Vear after vear In Ju.t acroi the Crab Orchard plat la I J A Good Stock Farm For Kent. ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Oniy the FIBS, LIFE &c Inquiries solicited. m A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, fl. OLCAMC KIllPTlnN' Are grand, hut kln I.ruptl n rjhllfeof Joy IlurUeu's Arnica Ndtecurca them, aim Old, run. nlng and Fer.r sore. 01rer, Iloli. I elotn Com, Warn. CiM llrulwf. Hum.. SolJ, Chanel llan.l,, Chlltilalnt Hot File cure on ranh Only 2S cetiuahox DrlTrnout Falnaanl Athe lure guarantiwd fold hy l"enny. Dmggltt S10 J2 & One mile Fjtatof FreacheraTllle, llaa ISO l ncre. CO tu grata, the rt tnuliider lin go In jtikmI well watered, and cultivation house and barn let companies represented. 12 Stanford, Ky. OffloevT- 5HH HOUSE FOR RENT. udvantage a. a boardlng-lmu.Any one wl.hlng Information ma) aj'pl) J M OltAND, Ian. u.ter. lv li, c It, II. MAHOXY, Agt .Stanford. In Itolng centrally eight LnraterUrg hou.r ofbe can lcicat-- ud rooms Willi - McHol-ert- Drug Store In the Owaley Ilulldlng. J. T. SXTTTOIV, Kentucky EXCURSION TO MICHIGAN Lexington, FINE OUTING OFFEltED UY THE MONON KOUTE AND STEAMEIt MANITOl'. i:ia i.rrrrei mux 11 e))Cn!uta!tmtgmbHaiiuRA!ig((3 Tho Favorite Line 0HH CHICAGO. Un- Wernesday during the Institute, which begins August 14. Misses Cclla Gentry, Lily Taylor, Cora Adams, Mary Miller and Mcrs John Baker, and Geuo Mulllnswlll speak. A GOOD (To the I I MEETING. IaOUXSVIIaIaE Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, 10th nnd Broadway. Passenger desiring information and rates to isconsiu Minnesota, Nebraska and points in llio far Went, Including Cat' iforuia, should address dltor o( the Interior Journal) Fran J. Keed, K. den. Phm. Agt , II. Bacon, Dis. 1'ass. Agt, Vice-Pre- W.U McDoel, d; Gen Mgr Charles H. Hockwell Traffic Mgr Souttiern Railway THE twijiq D POPTiiirom 1'ENETItATEd UttMlJl)l GREAT STATES EIGHT Kentucky, Tennekaen, Ylrglnl.i, Oeorgla North aud South Carolina, Alabama, Mlsal.alppl Through Sleeping Cars Uotweeu IxiuUvllle aor1 the South. TUKEE DAILY TRAINS Bach way betweeu loul.vllla aod Letlngton VV. A, TUUIC, Wwhlpgtou. 0. I A., D, O.- - W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. LouUrllls, Allow mo to say that our ilfth Sunday meeting held on tho2'Jth und 30th of July, with Culvary Baptist church In South Kentucky Association, Circle No. 7, was a success. Prof. D. E. Fogle, ol Georgetown, preached tho intro ductory sermon from Isiah 52-- 1, in which he showed the great need of mis sionary effort, especially in our newly acquired territory. Wo wero sorry that all of tho chuiches in tho circlo were not reprcsonted, but thoo that wero with a number of visiting brethren, took part in tho discussions and tho program vv us all carried out with perhaps ono or two exceptions. On tho second day u drenching tain fell In the morning, which kept many awuy aud il was long after tho appointed hour boforo Eld. Georgo Green, tho chairman, called us-t-o order, but tho program was linlshcd up in duo tlmo by a Ulk' missionary sormon by Elder of Mlddloburg church, and a public collection taken and a snug little sum secured for missions. Wo feel sure that great good wus accomplished not only In tho amount of money secured, but In urouslog'lhe brethren on tho subject of church aud Suoduy school work, as was manifest by tho active part tukon by tho lav men, for which this ipeetlng was especially noted. At our next meeting wo want to dis cuss the "best method of securing tho atteodaoco ot tho preachers who have beeu placed on program," M. v. Jones. Gi-tfe- Queen &XRESCENT 1 will oilrr for ule the farm upon whii h I low te side, alto Slock Crop, Ac Mid firm o.otiliu IW S. II. Shanks. 1'rr.klent: J, II. Owaley. Cashier; cum blue gra.s laud, well watered, armof W M. Ilflghl. Aet. Ca.hler well leuied and ilmlraldy liHalrd V, mile, from Morelainl a.tailonon the I S railroad, on pike leoling luiu Atilledgerllle to stantml Ilnldrure a ville, Ky. uuuiuunn 1. At ,large irame, 'outalntiu: eUbt m newly painted nu rotu, tanlry. aud n first (.la., rondltiou Ills l.lrE WAS SAVED. Sale will liegluat liioilwk a H TtCKUi OF STANKOUIl. KY. Mr J. E. Lilly, a prominent UUcnof Ilanni- bilanre In one and two jears hil. Mo , lately !tal a wonderful dellrtraace Ironi given with luiernt from dale if aale FiexMlon Pre l.lim IVwvMlonoflajd lalia eewled In telling ol It he I wa. a frightful death to liegliiat utual time lor xolliu C.plttlStcck. $100,033. Surplus, J17.C33 51 ran taVeu with Typhoid I It II I.OUA.S.MIlldgellle, Ida. My lunga lcauie hardened I vas eoatak Nothing liel.-- l lue I I ureu ill up In bed This Institution originally eilabllshed as the ! heu I to miou die of coniumptluu. Iniw. Hlworery. One Iwttle Finely L::atei Brick Itealiesce la Ucatl- - watt lUnk of Stanford In IMS, then reorganised as Kiun'a Jew heard of to iim ii, Sire great reller 1 c Inunuedsay ton much i.i now coils, Eestwijr, with 57a:rejef In lit can't am well an I strong tba National Hank ofSlanlordln IMS andagaln pralw" Tula marTelloii. medicine It the aureit well Improved f:r Silo. reorganised as the Flrat National llauk ol Stanford andquUkeat cure lu the world lor all Throat and llegular ill". SO rents and f I T rial l.ung 1 rouble r ted bottles free at Fenny s Drug Blore, every lwttle The alms a property Is known as the John C hrls-ms- u tu tSS2,has had practically anunluterru guaranteed. plai aud is occupied U'w by I'olte) It yeaia. Il Is better su piled now wlti 1 he hoUM, S rimin.. tine well at kliil.,. roulaiu. door, agoi.l onhard anew Ire hoUM. and all not transacting Lu.lnese promptly and libuMaryouibullllng. A new harn. tencing lu goo.1 Utilities for reialrand the laud In a good state of cultivation erally than avrt beluielu Its long and honorable As we hat met with a great loasby lira reeeutly we .1111 10 .en inn iiroieriy ami any one who career. Accounts ol Individuals, fiduciaries, Arms wnts It would do aell to write Id JA.MLti MrKLCIIME, llayeirllle,!). acd Indlvldtialssollclted. We alo have lor tale a bu.Ineni irktm. l.rlrV slo l.MWft-e- i In the n W corner of the public DinacToas siuare In Montlrrllo, Ky , and oomplwl by htrnsai an eichaugv lor tlour. meal F. Ileld, Lincoln Co ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford aud freil Till. I. a. good as there li lu The really delightful trip which has been started thi eeason by the famous Monon Route to Northern Michigan and which has attracted much favoru-bf- e attention, has been otTering under flattering Inducements for ono date only, that all may have a chance to try tho cruleo on Lake Michigan. Tickets will be sold from Louisville to Charlevoix. Potoskey, Bay View, Harbor Springs and Mucklnac and return on Wednesday, August 10, good returning lodujs. at10 They will be good to stop at any point North ol and Inelud Ing Charlevoix within the limit. Ac commodatlons on the 6tenmer which sails from Chicago at 11 o'clock Thursday morning can now bo roserved nnd as the party is limited to the amount of accomodations el aside for this occasion, application should bo mado at once to K II. Ducon, D P. A , Louis- County BEKZLEY HOTEL. Lincoln National Bank. W. A. BEAZLEY. Pror., ORAB ORCHARD, Splendid Accommwlatlona. CI0-.- 0 Huitonvillo, Undortalcor, OS.rs hlsservlrew to the people ofVVe.1 Urcolj and Cawy counlle. t ull stock oKuffinsaDj Cak. etaalwayson haud t, tt. 0arent.r. Manager. S KENTUCKY. Capital Mock, JIOO.imi. Suceeawr to The Farmer. Hank A Tmt Coioiwnj and under aame management coblinu- - to lhiiot and Sulphur Well Fine Water itiiei i.(nMjnai ourfy lor S leai Mason Hotel MKS. U. I) 8IMPSON, I'ror.. FARM FOR SALE. Contain. ITS acre, and la In n ajdendld state of cultivation On the lllaclc pllo. SV, milt, from llutmilllt and d from Una on II of lire rooms and good tetunt Ikium-- . IkMiIo. ncveaMirv Sjilendld orchard, gool wtJl outliulldliic-.- . ami spring.. Terms ini. r More-lan- Solioits Your Bank IjincaNtcr, Newly furnished, t Kentucky. Aocount, lUIUXTUUh. , Hoping stub butlneu relations M prove mutual" ly beurtlilal xid pleauul. clean beds: snlcndsd able. Everything urat-clPorters meet all trains. h9 to YOUR ACCOUNT gently requested to ! ur- W Hu.tonvllle. Ky. II WEIGHT. J.J J.Williams. nw.Ier. Sr.. W'llllamlluKh. A. W Carpenter, VV. II.Qummlns, Is due and read) for vou, and vou are Lincoln County Farm For Sale. J. IS On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99, rt Jorn, ,S. II. thanks J. P Cash, J II Owsley. Settle It At Once This means YOI If vou owe 11 ! e OFFICER , J. H. CREER, Stanford, Ky. irf.i FIRST NATIONALBANK K. Just Like a l'rrd Mill. hit, tilt u 'lid ld lr La:i You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris a EtchanfrH In Wm Daughertv a shop lu tluiiford and Kit In etchangv Flour mid 1 ou ran 11 Meal o bu I lour. Mini. Until, t'hkki n Fi,d Ac chuuper nt place tlitu any where In town in) A trial I la all I ask my eulinnge. will Ih) a good thing for furnn r und I phogu lllier-- ul triiuK-tloi- i and full weight My KOtid. I'ntno from Duddirar'a DU Ulwr Itoller tlr.t-rlaa- a Mill, and are MOUUIS 1 ICFIs Telephone No Ci luli H. C. RUPLEY, The Morchant In GEBMwtgS ROUTE (I Tailor, Stanfokd, Kv., ildr... the above. Moutlfillofur hu.luca. att.nl partUularsaiil Excursion trains Aug. and 13 to tho High Brldgo Cump meeting, tho greatest meeting of colored peoplo over known In tho State. Ask agents for particulars. Horse show, fair and carnival, LexLow rates via Queen ington, Aug. c Creoceot routo (torn ull points in good to reKentucky dully Aug turn tho 14th In.t. Greatest show has ever had Don't full to attend. Amplo room for all excursionists. 8-8-Lox-Ingt- tmus 8. T. Harris, " J. S. Hocker, " W.I'. Walton H.'ll, lUtighmau, " The State College Of Kentuoky, Oilers Tho Following Com ten, Agricultural, .viecnatilcai J.ntflneeriiig Electrlcnl Engineering, Civil Engineer-Ing- , I juKtlcal, Normal S'chool, and Five S'cientitlc Con rues, each of which covers four years iu the College proper und leads to a ileKreo Its Faculty contains twenty nine lis grounds, building, and equipments repre.oiit in vuluu Iim lahratorhs. Chemical, I'h)tlcal, lliolog-lea- l, Itotanical, Geological, l'h)siolog. leal, Mechatiicai and Electrical are the largest and lest In Kentucky Each legislative District Is cnlltloil by law to free tuition, room rent, fuel, and lights for four prupurly prepared studenis In lhe college proper, and to an equal nuuibcr-ii- i the Normal Departinent, all to lie appointed by the County buperinten dent Alumni of other col eges lit are entered In post grttlujte course. Etitrancq examinalions Sept, 11, 12 and 13 For catalogue aud other liiformutlon. apply to JAS. K. I'ATTEIISON, Ph. I), LL D. Lexington,-Ky- . President Session lleglns Sej'tciuber 14. Ken-luck- y " t r. inn, W. A. Ttlbbla. M. " Receiving IiIh Spring & Suuiiitcr Goudti. J. 11 Colller.Crau Orch'd M , I) Elmore, btaoford. J. Miller, Mt.Varuob orricaas, J S. Hocker, I'reslleot; J. J. MclloUrU, C.iblir, A A Goods Warranted. Fit Guarantccd.J Give Ilim a Call. MctClun.v AMUtaulCshter. TO FARMERS. Oliver Chilled I'luwa and Uepalra Malta Cultivators. bct In tho world Deurlng Uol I and lull llearliig Hinders. Dtcrlng Itoll and Hall Hearing Muwtni, Moycr lluckboards und Hugglita. Onrden I'lowa and Double Miovela. Will pay market price for Wool Kick f uriiLhed apy tluiu. All kinds ot I'urulturo and any piece or klud Of Harness vou want. Call oil 3 I). S, OAltl'I'.NTKIt. IIUSIOMVIbLK, Kv J,C.1cCLiVy UKMAltK'S 1UIINNE1IVE W'asthe rcultolhls spleadll health Indomitable will ad trenieudous eusrgy art uol found where IS omaru, Liter, Kldueysand llowtlsaravut oforder. H you waul luewiiuallilea aud lu. .uc- ea they nriug. umit iviug.ew uio in., They detelope.ery po.erol hralu aud body Duly iiteuisat i'euuyr' Prug More. m w persou who uo ttnet vlaloii. bo urit llio-ibutherluud's KagloEye Salve for weak ojea. stjes, fcorucyoaof any kind or grunuluad Ida, Sold at I'euuy's at ii cents. TIIBKAOLK. klMllir Al.h UIIIUS, la nottd for 1U Ween alght, clear and dls . Tho odor of musk, which wa mixed with tho mortar when tho Sophia Church In Constantinople was built, Is still perceptible. i a I ' Aud willing to pay top prices lu cash fur Chickens, Eggs, IVuthurs. Duck., Oieao, aiuaeug. Yellow Hoot, Hie Wag, Turkct. ull Iron uud kinds. Copper, Hides of Hone. Also will bo In the market for wool. ivo mo and gut my prlco before aelllng, und get sKjt ca.h cui ut my heuihiuartur. Perrlu A. Pence's OIHCtr, ueur Duixit, btun- u, ituiiinUN. ford, Ky. WANTED ilra. UNDERTAKES,! And Dealer in HA.R1T3SS, 3ADDLERY, &0., (JTANKOUD, ky.