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In tho nbtenco of Supu Garland Sfngloton, who In detained at - Y TIIBBDlTOllON I'L'tis-Ha- y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1899 A 10 A. M. NO. 4G JAUNT. Aug. . homo by Icknc. which wo regret very much and hoH) fo.- hi speedy ..... psnd tho Sabluth. Wonderfu ly (avor- Prof. L It. Hughes, whom ho ed by man ha added Impro-- eC," deputized to fill tho olllco of chair- mom.nndoiory cunvenUmco till tho cl,,,- - f "J )leKM" "l1",1'1 n ' ! ! jot Uttle parudUo. The I'l'lUppIne et them man, numed tho Untie with hi ; Uland I. a "",1 ul1 v, J,,, able r, continue hi war of tubju tklll. hotel (mm which I write, "The Vic- - tho Tho certificate of Supt. dlngluton' lory," I suld to bo the largest In cation of tho IIIIJ1IM1S. Hnlg lo Suit Everybody. Mfstr Crourh ft MntMrr, thi pho W. P W. Illncn, signed by Dr. B. J.Urown, wai America. It ha- - tYi't llnoly (urnlnhed Wo beat our letter home, arriving at togmpliom, leave for Danville m a few I roail In tho precnco of tho InHltuto. room nnd complete In every npKilnt-menday Thoy have done satisfactory & Devotional cxorct.e wore conilucicil Bvery kind of amusement l I A. M. thl morning, alter a vory tic M work since liioy Imif l ecu mue by Dp V. M. l)oore, after which provided and a I write coro of men llghtful trip. hopo ihoy w Ih ji siicoos-fi- il 11 II. Anduron sic was enjoyed. and women are enjoying n dip In the Ml Uuleti (looker entertained tho LANCASTER. word, .which lake, which I a clear a a crystal. u In . ott.tr night lu tioaor of .Musts Myulo wan ably retponded to by M. B PruUt, Tho Island contain 1,750 acre and has d through our Dryo und Lesslo Cnpt. Phil Sod mi Austin, o( Hrudfords-vllle- . elected ocrctary of groat historic Interest Itls'hcro that city on Sunday. who was afterward Those present wore Misses Mel-H- o tho Institute. Commodore Perry "put-In- " In 1S13 Jack Turner, aged 70, who wa ImpliHopper. Maybcllo Drye, Lucllo Chairman Hughe Introduced our after dostroylng the British licet and cated In the killing of Marlon'tScbas-tla- Coopor, Dot Camnlt, Ada Alcorn, worthv conductor, J W. Wither, sent tho memorable and oft quoted died at Lnncater. Loulso Culbertson, Nolle Orchard, Anty President of National Normal mesMigo to President Harrison, H. B. Henry I o& duly again In the gle Carpenter, Wo Nolle Adams and Prill t of Lebanon, O , who pave tlrcu- - havo mot tho enemy, nnd they uroours." Hccord olllco and will have chargo of Nowburn. Messrs. Vol Morse, How-itr- d Alpine Hats, P.al road Hats, y Jmtrucllon. m A momimonl to hi valor I erected the job department, giving Cnpt. Camnltz, IMward Cooper, BIbcrt hero nnd mint of the laku front to the Tho following teacher then a chanco to got hi- - breath. Harper. Sid Adams, and Shcllon Sauf-le- y roll call: Mr. Mary J. Coolirun, North Is "fortltled" with out-to Ina'much as ono of tho leniler of tho date and Bd Hale, of Stanford. Mlnnlo cannon and mortars, which grimly Pharisaical wing of the democratic Jitnlo Poland, Ml Ml Mls Mclllts Hopper left for Glendalo I). C. Klnjr, Ml Annlo McKiu Mlnl their huge muizlo to thu water party ha seen 111 to give u revornl Ohio, whore she will take an extra Hruwn Hal, Pearl Hats, Black Hats; in fact almost any hat wanted. nuv. L. II Hughu, Ml. Jennie l'ot- and mutely tell of thu time when they ulaboralo dUqulsItlon on fraud In polFlorence cnrrUd terror to the heart of the itic It ha lieen suggested .that hcglvo course at the college there. Mrs. M K. ..... Miu SMlIn Carter. Ml Wmy.of your city, visiting lur Hibu.J. J. Dmham, M. B. I'ruUt, T enemy. The swamer that bring the u an essay on "hastlty. duughter. Mrs. II C Uaughnuio Lui Ml. Ora William, Ml visitor here are Itoatlng palaces and Hon. It. II. Tomlinson, Senator G.T. fel cllo nnd Bdwurd Cooper ure fishing Norn Phlllr. N W. Hughs, Ml skim the water almost with tbu speed Furrl and Letcher Owsley havo been relative" hor6. Mis Lcsstu Austin has Mellard, of an express train. Their rates aro rrqueslid by tbu chairman of tho State Maggl Annie Dunn. M Mary low too, being only SO cout for IO mile democratic campaign committee to returned to her home In Hradfordsvlllo Jacob Blder. P.. I- - Hooch, Ml Lou to Ostrolt, Mleh., to whluh olty we go m&ko dates and name places whero after u pleasant visit to Mis Anglo I( Our Goods GiveSalUfaction, Toll Others, If Not, Tell Us. Wilson, MU Lela Carter, Ml Carpouter; consequently V. Curll. lUttlo Pow Itnlm. i from hero. they will speak. They will do their young men arc wearing several uf our long (ace. Though tasking In me Invigorating p.irt. ell, W. P. White, Ml ICato M. Hay. Miss Katherluo Hanghman delightLola Swcarlngen, W. H Swcarlngen, saltans o( tho situ breezws, the wlud Slnco bo began the nowspapor busi- fully entertained Friday evening. In Is delight that corn In from the Lula Hick, Anna II. Hold, Ml ness with mo, nnd (earing that tome Caldwell, Kiln H. fully fresh nnd cool, the nights being might think that I claim part of the honor of her guest, Miss Bthel Wither-spoother Uurch, Ml Bva of Versailles. The lawn was Wright. Alice Alcorn, Arthur A. iloliclour. We left tho murcury at honor, I will make no mention of the beautifully decorated with Japanese Clovd. Ada McWhortur. Kate Illalnfl Stanford In tho neighborhood of tho (actthatMr.lt. B. Hughes has been -- ISlanterns and Inspiring music wa fur Salllo McWhorter, Mary I). Carter, century murk At 0 this morning hero ollered the position of night editor of nlshed by the Danville btrlng band. W. i: McWIIIlam, M li CoUon, It marked just 60 aud overcoats und tho Louisville Commercial. Mrs. Nell Adam McKlnney presided Hrumtnell, M. B. Wheuldon, wrap wore much In ovldonoe. It I n One of the host proof of the divinity at tho frappc bowl nnd Mrs. Baugh- M. wonderful change and wo 1 ugeno Wilon. S. M. Young, C. are enjoying of tho Hlblo lie In the (act that the raan kept her reputation as an expert ' Young, II S. .Young, 1C. (S. Mnrtln, It greatly simu kind of people live now, that lived In tho culinary art. Misses Katherlne In Good Clothing. Nettle (Jrcon, Mr. Annaliooch. Mr. There arc 15 or more Islands In the in tho days of tho prophets. They would and Bdna Uaughman and Miss Ethel gronp in J H. White. . this being the meet laugh at Nmh and crucify the Savior, Witherspoon und Messrs. Jones Baugh-ma- n Tho report of tho library commltteo linKirtant. Mot o( them belong to as they now oppose everything (or the und Jerry Adams were on tho re on hand and 11.3? Ohio, but several arc In llrltlsh toses- - public good in tho commercial, literary .bowed Ull volume ception committee und that Issulllclent slon. All of them arc noted for their or the political world, In tho trcneury. to say thai all had a good time. Must be reduced, and therefore we ntc giving you $13.50, fl2 and $10 Suits for production of graie, which grow In' Mr. It. L. Blkln Is on the kick list, tho afternoon session C. D. At Miss Lizzie Bogle, of Lexington, "Tho greatest abundance and luxuriance. J. B. Hoblnson has returned (rom MUs-Introduced hi literature, "Normal Intrucior"and "Ho-Vie- Thu great ipuntity raised and the caro isslppl. Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Wesley spent several days with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Bogle. Miss Salllo Johnof Review." J. J. Durham In- that ha to bo exercised in handling attended tho Liberty (air. .I.N.Denny ston, of Valley View, Texas, is the Conductroduced thu "School New." them ha made their raising unprotlt Is favorably mentioned (or tho Leglsla- - gncst of Miss Annah Johnston. Misses Sos for yourself and tell your friends. ICemcmbcr tor Wither proceeded In a vcrv bul-n- c al le and on Kclloy Island, the greatest ture. Ho has carried the county once Salllo uud Llllto these good tilings are going and Goodo, of Louisville, GOING FAST, common cno way In grapo producer o( the clutter, tho own- - nnd ho can do It again, and ho would and like and John Goode, of CoviDgton, aro MANY OTHER SLMl BARGAINS. itwukonlng Interest among the teach-e- r. or are )Ubtllutlug peach culture for make an excellent representative. with their parents for a short time. M M. G. Duun, aged 45 years, died of grapes, which at a cent n iound that Mr. W. Clements, who has been Mrs.Chas. Tlie mooting uro In tho lUptUt hardly pay for the handling. at her homo near Marksbury on Satur- tho guest o( her mother, Mrs. Mary P. To a man who I accustomed to look- day morning after o brief Illness of church and tho teacher nro much Jones, has pleated with the attention known tbom ing at tho raging St. Asaph, Lako Brlu congestion of the brain. Tho funeral Lebanon. returned to her homo in Mrs. Nannlo W. Owens, o( & , appears u pretty good sized pond. was preached at tho residence onj Sunby tho hoapltablc cltltenr. Hedgevllle, Is tho guest o( her sister, Though at no Kilnt on tho sull to day forenoon and a long procession Mrs. John S. Goodo. Misses Mlnnlo CHURCHES ANOjaEACHEHS. do you get out of eight of land, followed tho remains to Lancaster Aug. 3, 1S09. and Mattlo Dlnwiddlo led (or Now of tho Two Mormon older wore run out of for when tho United States disappear cemetery. She was a member York Friday. Mrs. II. H. Hughes and to tho South, tho Cunadlnn shores aro Pleasuut Grovo church, was well Hell county Miss Margaret Brldgcrs, who havo dellned to thu North. Tho lake nectcd and hud a host of friends. meeting at tho MethodUt church Tho beeu the guests ol Mrs. I. F. Steele, good sized inland sea and a Little Hose, Infant daughter of Mr. havo In Columbia closed with M)convorlouf. Is pretty returned to their homo in Louis-vlll- o Masked men toro down a Mormon often cuts up caper llko old ocean. We John B. and Mrs. Ito.o Ulchurds Mrs. Mary It. Green has returnYou will please find enclosed check for one of her grand-hig- h no storm. buttho wind was rick, died at tho homo church In Plcmlng county and ran tho ed (rom a visit to Mrs. J. G. Weather-lorin and white crested wave mado our father, Cnpt. Thomas Itlchards, older away. of Mllldulo. Plow, or in other words, the best plow Tiger bur-l- o Whllo discoursing upon llfo' uncer- boat mil so severely that several began Danville, and tho remains will bo feed tho ilshes from their stomach, led In Lancaster cometery today, NEWS OFWvWgE. have ever een. tainty, Hov. Samuol Myer. aged 'S, tho Statu of Ohio from duy, at 3 o'clock v. M , by tho side of droiped dead In hi pulpit at Hanover, s. M-It. P. Langlord died at to North disclosed the fact that her mother, who died last March. Too South Pa. J am plowing clover land was grazed hist year and aged 03. spirit has joln- CltUeii of Sweetwater, Tenn , pelt- the drouth that so atlectod crops In puro lor thU enrth, her Tho electric lights have at last been egg and Kcniucky had not beon (elt thero and ed that of her mother end tho myriad ed two Mormon elder with mowed this year. It is awful hard aud dry, but the old turned on at Richmond the corn Holds uru (green and promis- of angels In the abodes of bliss. ran tho evangelist out of town. B. H. Glllman, u well-to-farmerof of McKlnloy, tho Heboid In the day is doing the work for it, and you forget it. Peweo Valloy I In a high statu of ing. Oats harvest Is just on In Northruler, John, of tho house of llrown, Anderson, died suddenly Sunday. Indignation overall assault on Hev. ern Ohio and that crop I vory line. Bd liriink, (or tho murder of James Hilly of tho house of Hrcoklnrldgo and A convention of tho Kulghts of Co Dougla Forest by A. Foreman, manaI would not be without one for anything in the bounds liimbus has drawn that order liure In many Pharisees did meet In tho town, Beard, wus acquitted at Barbourville. ger of tho Villa Hldgulnn. Abraham Sams, (or killing Felix been largo number nnd tho Victory I where tho grass Is blue, aud thank God Bight Mormon churche have of reason. how- - Minks in Hockcustle, was held without destroyed bv mobs In Kcniuolcy within thronged with them. To bo a member that they were not as other men, bail. ouo has to be a Catholic. It Is tho only bell their deeds aro known, uud they up11 year, aud a demand U to bo mado Owners of tho Straight Creek mines "WUhing you and the Disc Plow great success, I order that tho member of that church uro us whltcd sepulchre. Whllo tboy In Hell county taUed tho wages of minon Gov, Hradloy for protection. o( house o( can join u tho Muonlo and other so- - thu prayed uloud William, 10 per cent. Hov, W. S. Cirlnstcnd begun a ers am, Yours truly, T. L. oiut societies aro prohibited by order Goebel, a Publican, smoto his brcasi mooting at hi church at William White, who stabbed Charles I priest ridden people. Tho mem- - and said, "Havo mercy on me, a sin Knox fatally at Purkvllle, wa held assisted ly of that Sunday. Ho n bers aro tho brtst class of tholr church) nor;" and It camo to pass that tho last over to circuit Cram uuil Noal, both Hov court In $500. and make a lino display. A banquet prayer was nearu. J. S. Bronaugh, who wus tho tlrst hero. In a lato Issue of tho Lvnmioit Joint mayor of Nlcholusvlllu, holding Hov J H. Crouoh found tho (armors was Mirvod thum last night which lastnP!a?ip!SiflVt tho TT nf VttOvM k lI ff tW$ u man I years, Is dead. Ho was u close so busy In tho vicinity of Hummond-l- t ed long Into Sunday and the eonso- - N.M., noticed tho statement that did not hold (jueneo Is that thero aro many with tho ' In Now York asked for a ticket to Lan- - relative of tho lute Dr. Bronaugh. Hart county, that ho Ky., and thai tho agent said Hov. John D. Robertson, pastor of u protracted inciting. Ho preached hcitducho this morning und that "dark easier, during his absence, brown taste" in tholr mouths that thut ho know of no uch towu, but thut tho Statosvllle, N. C , UaptUt church, several kormons comes from looking too long und too ho could sull him a tlckoi to Stanford. died In Boylo (rom an operation (or aphowever Now tho ugent said that tho reason ho meeting at tho oourt house con- often upon tho wlno when It Is rod. Ho was a brother of Prof. Tho o( li(o suo know of Stanford wus becausu It I thu pendicitis. Judging by tho unmoor ducted by Hov. Daniel Summer, of A. T. Robertson, of tho Southern Bapdisplayed In Detroit, homu of a peculiar llttlo bird, culled u Indianapolis, closed Sunday night with pictures Theological Seminary, Loulsvlllo. of War Algor Is vory popular kllldcu, that a quantity of ginseng Is tist addition und Mr. Sommcrs left among ouo Tho following Is sent (rom London: " Sing out tho old Ring In the new his follow cltlzons. Ho lives shipped (rom that point und, ubovo all, yesterday (or Louisville, whero ho will Jim Boltzer went to tho head ot MidClog In tho trot " King out the fab bu(oro going to here, and last week oa his return (rom It Is tho homo of tho iNTintipu Joint-NApreach two sermons dle IVrk, In Lcsllo county, und placed We bring to you tho new and trua from th Washington a royal popular demoncraw-tls- h. und tho in ubout threo weeks ho will Indiana, under arrest a man named Howard, plney forests of Norway stration wus given in his honor. Hut Bldor C. B. Powell preached ono of (rom Harlan county. Tho two proceedreturn to Kentucky nnd hold u mooting u people who honor such u man as tho best sermons Sunday thai has been ed somo distance wbon Heltzor stopped nt Corbln, Ho is an ablo preacher and Plngroo (or governor twice In hucccs-slo- n heard hero (or a long time. Ho wus on and entered a house, leaving Howard u good man. seem ruthor prolix with tholr christian duty und but (ow, If any, esoutsldo. As Boltzer was returning and Pine-Tar-Hon- ey In honors, which seems to bo easily and caped tho thunderbolts hurled ut tho Hetweeu 50 and 00 lives wuro (rum thu doorway, Uoward vXJt promlscoutly bestowed. Detroit Is a audience. Ho denounced tho liar, stepped accident Sunday, onu at Har Har45 two beautiful city. It Is thu homo of million- swindler, the danco, gaming und drink-lu- drow a caliber Coll, Hred and shot bor, Me., tho other ut Hrldgeport, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by him through tho head, causing Instant Ho suld that ho would assist tho rig plank aires, who dwell In castles and live In science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Conn, At Har Harbor, u git spleodor. Thoro uro many beautiful res- cltlzeus in breaking lip tho dive whoro death. Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces on which were 200 persons, broko In idences on Third St., Louisville, but whisky is sold; und li has boon suggestUKUIlOr Klttlll Till. HUN of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. tho mlddlo und all (oil into tho water bit lull Lungs are exhDa-rcfcthut bouuvard is not In It compared to ed thut tho good moil of tho town go to Wm , the III (bit War(I It. StsuJiutn of Ntwarlt Tna sore, weary cough-worbelow. At least 23 perished. At ilrltigo. li ciuwl tiurrlkU I livrt Midi lo l'lll mucus Is cut out ; the Woodwurd Avonuo. Detroit. j the microbe-bearintho.u places, force tholr way through that nu trmliusul kslfnl forSujriri TUtu lluik (ord, a trolley car wont oil a tresllo la MtnAtr! nt tf.ln,1am.t f H..MIi1.iln ArnU hills cunM lilui. Curm Cull, UruUrs, An excursion Into Queen Victoria's tho houses, destroy tho liquor, und tu' Hums, Hulls I'cluu., Curm, SklD l.run luni. ltwl find sank In tho Hats 40 feet bolow. b jjjT metntranes ara healed and sootlied so that thu null. '.Mcvuti i box tuie to do so until It Is stoped. Ills luie uuby continue Tho number of victims is estimated at domain took us to Windsor and ln.1. buM 14 no Inclination to cough. I'tuur. Uruigltt. l1 Oa reaching tho former, This has been successfully douo else a!i to 10. Tho car was crowded and but M3 good onucciSTS solo by The recent lynching of II vo Italians the first sign ono tees prominently dis- where, and thero Is nothing to (ear two person escaped unhurmeil. l Co'.t:aOnly. 23o., C0a. BndCI.COCIsca from u kult (or damages. In Loulklaua, for which tholr govern) played Is "Marrlugo Licenses Issued. Gov. Candler, ol Georgia, prevented ment Is demanding Indemnity, brings Money Loaned." As this Is all oo,tho Thomas Harvey, 52 years of ago, in out tho statement thut la tho last few tho lynching of John Mullens, colored, or, fjtll's, placo, same boat d tho Inforonco Is that away order to display hi skill us un athlete, Bt Newman, by going to that year tho U. 8. has paid over $o00,000 up thero, llko hero, pcoo'o marry who o( tho troops and U. A. Meuttilt. taking command jumped (rom tho Big Four bridge into to foreign governments for the lynch I HkOU lanri Hrou.-I- U thought of tho morrow and for- tho Ohio river at LouUvllle and was rata-Ftho sherlll to tako tho prlsouer tako no DIIUG lug of their subjects. HALE got thut when poverty tile In at ono killed. to Atlauta. . .niH-niet'- s char-actcrltt- lc ride over tho Q. te C. to Cincinnati, over tho C. II. & D. to Toledo nnd a 40 mllu sail on Lako Brio brought u (wl(o and Wllllami to Nature' beauty . . Island, A other. ..... window, love Is likely to go out of tho Wo found om" things a Utile choHgor on tho Cunndinn side, but on tho whole thuro appear to bo llttlo In pcoplo nnd their modo of bislncss tho ono ldo from tho other. it. ii niiinir i mn iiiftt 1111 jAiiiopinn. wim owned by American and wo ought to hvo Canada peaceably I wo can for- - HUSTONVILLE. "r clt ,,,M "lr,l dowiiinthe mnw oM "Hnu, to Ih nrou-e- d oi u i ol,Vr '"lr vxl ' f no whoal or"P n"" t r inirieil n . ixtiog very ko.d. T. L. I ylewlnjr 14 b.ishel to tho ocio. tji.h,.., i ,U .., ... S-S5- I ,rf ,"' r.uT' L' ' ni"C '"'" ZZ "' " ..... a I i V HATS! I f til HATS HATS t. f I. d oi-- well-ohoc- pa-c- n, Unl-enrf- Lan-tlrn- I I I I I Linen Hats, Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, I of Stetson Hats H. ! i I tim-Wn- . I J. M'ROBJERTS. 1 1 n, A Warm Feature He-bec- Siaughieiing PriceS mld-lak- OUR ENTIRE STOCK Lei Path-Under- ," SO I 'Phone - I. J. L. Frohman TUB GLOBE, Co 136, Danville. Put-In-Ila- IIltstonvillb, Ky., con-dlm- ly Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, Gents: d, Dic that I Hlch-mon- d, that Tiger don't tiger pio-tract- ed CAKPfiXTEK. well-Kno- , fS VV ljHH?k I. jnm '!K. - DR. BELL'S lot CsSlsiHKtfAl g. n d nlnKHIb. ... g m rfmumFm YM)K ffiriaa.Vg4ffl all Pin-Tar-H- AT PENNY'S STORE. THE INTERIOR Stanford. Ky., - A9 wo go to press 11 railroad meeting is being hold. Our peoplo aro after JOURNAL railroad In earnest and It look now as if they may get two Instead of ono. Our prospects for such aro pretty good any Auo. 8, 1899 way. W. P. WALTOIf. Tun that. Twlcc-a-Ve- ok nal Is only $1 ray. Clovorport; Hon. D. II. Smith. Hodgcnyllto. uonry uu, Fifth uisirici-u- on. Lonlsvlllo; Hon. Daniel Brooks, Louli- vllle. Sixth District Hon. C. C. Cram, m. Wllllumstown; Judgo John T. Hodge, IXTEIUOK JOCK Nowport. a year cash. Komcmbcr Seventh District Hon. K. K. Settle, Owcnton; Hon. Louis Dcscognets, Lex-legio- DEMOCRATIC l'or (lorttnor, TICKET. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. WILLIAM OOK1IKL. For Ututt nnl UotMnor. J.C.W. IIECKHAM. For Attorney For Auditor, U.J. HUECKIXniWlE. (JUS lenrl, 0 COULTEK. for Treasurer, For Secrettrr S. W. HAOF.II. State, 3ICC11KSXEY. Tho bolters havo secured Woodland Park for their convention at Lexington tho 10th. Ilooma 01 03, Gait House, Louisville, have boon secured as republican head quarters. Tho L. & N. make Its periodical throat to remove tho shops from Bow ling Green. This time, It Gocbol Is olected. C. llKKCIv HIM.. For Surrlnlf nJmt of Piiblle Inrtniftlon. HAHUY For rommlHloncr of Agriculture, ' IOX II. XALL. For lUllroml Commissioner, C. C MiClIOItn. For IlfpreenUthe, M. F. NORTH- - TiiEiiE la at present no feeling In MontRomery against Blackburn, but if he should attack us on the stump thcro will be trouble.'' Thus H.B.KInsolvlnp;, chairman of the bolters' convention In that county, explains tho ccncral situation and shows that the bolters stand ready and anxious to knlfo tho whom tho Louisville convention nominated to succeed Lindsay and which every eood democrat wants to see him do. Blackburn Is not tho man to make mealy mouths to bolters and If he doesn't go for them In a way they despise, those who aro plnnlnc their faith to him will bo surprised and disappointed. It has leaked out that tho L. it N. has promised to make John Young Brown U. S. Senator on his nrpnment to heln disrupt tho demo cratic party and secure the election of Taylor, tho primary object of tho Instigators of tho bolt. That Brown nor any other bolter can be elected nono of them will be fools enough to believe. Too greatest and only end that tho bolting movement could possibly accomplish is tho defeat of the democrat Ic party, tho enemy of corporate power and the foo of trusts, combinations and other forces Inimical to the people. The L. & N. and other corporations know that they will have a soft snap with Taylor as governor and by promising tho egotistical and venomous Brown goods they can not dellver,havo bought him for their service. But tho moro the bolting movement Is aired and the better the people understand thn hidden hand that is directing it, tho greater will tho Indignation In crease and swell Into a torrent that will sweep everything beforo It and send bolters and their backers to Kingdom , Come EHzabethtown. 2fllh: Bowling breed, 23th; Henderson, Sept. 4th; Princeton, Sept. 6th and Hardlnsburg, Sept. Uth. Tho latest Interview with Hon. Wil liam Jennings Bryan on the subject Is as follows: "Aro you going Into Kentucky during tho campaign In thut State?" "I am," ho replied. "Aro you rrnlnir m uncnk for Goebel?" "I am "And why?" "I do not care to discuss tbat Jiolnt. ' At tho reunion of surviving Confed erates, members of Capt. J. Lawrenco Jones' company, at Wm. Tarr's wood land. 10 of the command wero present, Is in of whom tho Kentucklan-Cltlze- n formed, 13 openly expressed themselves Tho other ono was In favor of Goebel. Tho Rev. W. II. Chlldors, of I'ino-vlllhas announced as a candldato for tho republican nomination for State Senator, to represent the 17th district. McKlnley has purchased hi formor ibis homo in Canton, O., for 8ll,..oo. U thn nlnpo ho was living at In 1S90 when tho railroads hauled so many peo plo to see mm. Tho republicans have decided to play a waiting game. Gen. Taylor says: "We want to see what the opposition will do and not begin firing till wo know who Is in tho field. Notwithstanding Bill Sweeeney's assertions of great dlsa.Tectlon, Hon. It. X. Wathon tells tho Cincinnati Ennulrer that tho domocracy Is In good ehaDo In Marion and she will glvo tho usual democratic majority. Following additional appointments havo been announced for Iotnlnee Goebel and Senator Blackburn: Har- rodsburg, Aug. 19: Mt. Sterling. 21st; e, l, J. W. Eighth Dlstrlct-H- on. Nlcholasvllle; Hon. J. C. Beck ham, Shclbyvllle. Ninth District Judgo S. G. Klnner, Catlettsburg; Hon. J. T. Klmbrough Owlngsvlllo. Tenth District Judgo James Evans, Winchester; Hon. Frank Hopkins, Prestonsburg Eleventh District Judgo Charles McConnaghy, Montlcello; Judgo G. W. Saulsbcrry, Mlddlesboro. Mil-chol- BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Burksvllle's two banks havo consolidated. Wabash, Ind., has a plaguo of crickets, which como In storms. Tho gold output of Australia is in oxcessf last year. A woman died In Indiana as tho result of having two teeth pulled. An Indiana man killed himself by drinking six bottles of lemon extract. ,V Pennsylvania man killed his three small children and then committed sul-clif- Foe tho first tlmo In Its history, the C. & O. road has declared a dividend of Seagate Stakes 1 Hit nf lUriiiln III our Alllllllt Clearance 8le. All Slim mint ho rli'rtn'il nut nt nnrc to maka room for the nrtlvsl of OUT lltfRB stock nf now Fall Goods boiifzhl allow pi Icon and being forced upon u now by tb Mnniifuclurcrs, Tho Portsmouth Stovo and Itango completed a model of a now range, Co. whtuh Is finished In whlto metal and silver. Pot this reason It Is called th Itrrnn nimi!. Orders for 10,000 nro already In from Western States, and Hon. W J. Bryan I to bo presented with one. everv Item. 11. .'til LatlleV French Woven Cornet, 21 to 20, 49c, former prlc LAND AND STOCK. Anything In I.ndics' Short Wnlil OorrvU I3c former pricn 75c. Eugeno Jones sold to F. Held a pair of mules for 200. J, C. Hays sold to Fox ft L.vwson f7 hogs at n.:io to .lie. J. F. Lunsford bought In Itockcastlc For rhenp Percales, Winrftor ami Sea Island brand. 5c, former prices 12jc seven heifers at3o. 25 Jiit received a full llnoGarnltUM.Skirtiiijt all nhftdeionly Via. former prices 1100c, W. W. Lyon sold to Hudson Ilro. a A fow Mirumer dress Skirts loft In ihrk and light linen and duck, to clcso. pair of mules for $133. sold to W. C. Shanks a formor prlcei II C L. Solid Pique In Hint Kjro and llcdfonl strlpo only 10c, lormer prlco i.ms. i few steer calves at J17..V). D. M. Anderson sold to Morris Fred a lot of corn at $2 delivered. J. Itoy II. Koso sold to Thomas II. Maltlngly, of Lebanon, a saddlo horso for $130 Thomas Motcalf bought 41 yearlings of Pettus Bros., of Gllbortt Creek, nt Guaranteed cipialto any 10c quality only 3c. Men's lllesched Drill l)rnwcr, ribbed ankles worth .iOe, to go tins week lor about $20. 1 to 40, won tho Ethclbert, favorite at A criticism of his courso In connection with tho Confederate Memorial Association. Tho Dreyfus cottrt martial opened at Itenncsnnd wondorfully dramatlo clr cumstances attended tho presentation of tho prisoner. Ho passionately protested his Innoccnco and sobbod agonizingly as ho cried; "I ntn 11 victim I My wife ! My chlldron ! My God. I nm Brieflyjold mnpln hut Intrrmtlni? L'lin.W ! mr Now is Your Chance to Buy Big Bargains at the Louisville Store. JU-n- YOUR CHANCE RIBBED VESTS. ! 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED J. not asked his preference. "There aro 2,000 German voters In Covington, 1,200 in Now port, and I believe the great majority of them will vote for Senator Goebel for governor, notwithstanding most of them aro reO'Mara at publicans," said Cincinnati, "and I know he will gettho Advocate. Irish almost to a man, for I am one of J. Nevln Carter has, with his broth em." er, Hill Carter, who now lives in Kan"With Goebel in tho governor's sas, rented Col. T. P. Hill's farm on chair," says. ono of tho Taylor-Brotho Hustonvlllo plko and will run it Eveky democrat In Kentucky ought organs, "flay county would average up York. next year. The former will divide ins to read an article in Friday's Cincinna- pretty well with tho rest of tho State" One new case of yellow fever devel between the farm and tho store. ti Enquirer from Lexington, beaded: a candid, tnuhful, but inadvertent oped at tho Hampton, Va., Soldiers tlmo Th ffillnwlnir sales wero made nt 'Tho Unseen Hand That Directed the nnfnaalnn thnt all that is needed to Home, but the dlseaso seems to bo unBeazley Bro's. stable Friday afternoon Bolters' Convention." It shows con- bring that county up to tho average Is der control. and Saturday morning: S. T. Harbison clusively that although Its agents, Jno. coutageous ami resourceful a strong, Mrs W. K. Cardwell, wlfo of the .t Co. bought of Beuzley Uro. ttireo Whallen and Jim Williams and certain man at tho head of tho Stato govern-stoward at tho Lexington asylum, was cuvalry horses at $S0; of Hunn it Coffey, attorneys, kent in tho back jnt. Loulsvlllo Times. attacked by Gabriel Turner, a lunatic, of Adair, ono for $0; two of Messer ground, that they were the real manipGov. Bradley threatens to cut short and badly beaten. Bros, at $73; ii sugar mulo or Muck ulators of the proceedings and that the tho career of Stato Treasurer G. W. a Negro farm Lawson for $10 ono of C. C. Wither Louis Hendorson, Sc N's. Is tho unseen band thnt di- Long as republican campaign manager. L. was lynched at Blakely, Ga., for for 593: threo from Lackey Bros, at rects tho bolt. Brown's speech Is the When Mr. Long left Frankfort to open hand, r old attempting to assault a ?73 and a pair of mules of F. K. Trib- merest buncomb and the light Is as party headquarters In Louisville, he employer. against Bryan and Blackburn as designated his son, Oliver W. Long, to daughter of hiscounty, Lafayette Clem-mon- s bio for $173. Hudson Bros, bought or much in Breathitt Hall Anderson a cavalry horso for $80; It Is against Goebel. How democrats act as treasurer and to havo authority was accidentally shot and klljed ono of rapt. B. F. Powell for $30; and can permit themselves to bo used as to sign checks. Gov. Bradley declined by Floyd Napier, who was hunting of W. K. Shugars a pair of mules for tools like Brown Is doing, Is past com- to approve tho recommendation and all In Cleratnooa' Held. $193. prehension, oxcept on the hypothesis checks signed by young Long will havo squirrels An aged woman hanged herself there Is money In It for them. Tho to be returned to Frankfort. that mammaTmauIbs. across tho river from Paducah, In Illisituation in no benso demands their Col. John B. Thompson, of Harrods-burg- , nois, becauso she thought eho had beFrank Havman. u oulh of 18, was "sacrlflco" and their action lays them In answer to tho Cincinnati En- come a burden to her people. married at Corydon, Ind , to Mrs. Julia liable to such charges. quirer reporter's question bald: In Bath county Stovo Earner shot Hums, 47. I am no Warrick McClaln, who It has been noised uround that tho "Oh I am regular. vote the bolter, and killed upon Warner righting was A. J. Johnson and MUs Zula Slnglo-toa ticket Insisting democratic committee failed to claim never was and shall wero married at Hunloy Singlewrong dono McClaln's daughter. the rooster for its dovlce and that from top to bottom." ton's Sunday. idnnnrnHii I Iwt Kfllti.Prt Pnillfi I'flt It. Butt Will you tako tho stump for the Tho body of Barlow Prewltt, with Cheap Excursion to Atlantic City. throat cut from ear to car, was found the convention wasn't caught napping ticket." "Ves, I shall make bcveral speeches lloatlng In Kottlo Creek, near Totnp On Thursday. August 17. tho Cliesa- thutwuy, the records showing that Senator George T. Furris offered a in our county Mercer and elsuwhere, klnvlllo. It Is bellcyed ho was mur- peako& Ohio Hallway will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City und cape adopted, that tho if desired." dercd. resolution which wae "What do vou think of tho bolting Tho mill at Albany, Clinton, county, MuyatSU for tho round trip from device shall bo a gamo chicken cock 15 in tho act of crowing. Wo uggest that movement and personnel of tho propos- was broken Into, tho safe opened and Lexington, tickets good returning s will bo allowed ut Basil ed ticket ?" unvnral thlnea stolen. The robbers davs. tho bolters uso a picture of Gen. "I bellevo that John Young Brown failed to get $3,000 In cash In a small Wushlngton, Baltimore, and Phlladcl- Duke for their device or an L. fz N. nhlu. in nllluir direction, which will la thn weakest man thov could put UP. drawer inside tho safe. logotype. Granting that Goebel is everything Bussoll Sago, tho New ork million- enablo merchants to muku u very cheup Ciiaikman Long, of the republican said of blra by his enemies, no is a uet-to- r aire, eolobrated his 83rd birthday Fri- trip from Philadelphia to Now iorn campaign commlttco, professes to see democrat than Brown; Goebel nev- day, halo and hearty. Ho attributes before they return homo. Tickets will certain victory for his party1 in tho ac- er was accused of disloyalty to his par- his success In lifo and bis many years bo good going on the regular Now York tion of tho bolters, but ho doesn't know ty. I should never have voted for to tho fact that ho never went into any limited train leavlni? Lexlniflon at 11 that democratic fights uto Ilka cat Brown In tho convention under any pleasure to excess. A. M , Thursday, August 17tb, ulso on fights; tboy make more democrats. Tho circumstances. Ho holpcd to throw Miss Lllllau Clayton Dowltt, of Bos- tho Washington Express leaving at Brownies will cut a sorry figure In the Wilt Hardin down in 1893. Ho was ton, has taken North with her tho fam at 8:50 1'. M. Sleeping car berths aro race and make truo democrats tho throwing stlnk-pot- s at Hardin all tho ily of tho Negro Baker, who was lynch $4 through to Atlantic City. No other moro determined. tlmo and much of the ammunition of od at Lake City, S. C. In 1898. Sho excursion can offer such u variety of and sldo trips as tho republicans Is said to have been will use tho family in her agitation interesting stop-oveAS "chairman" of tho State central docs this trip to Atlantic City, in adfurnished from his olllce. Ho is in no ncrnltifct mob violence. committee, P. P. Johnston has called sbapo to call for dcmocratlo support, In Morgan county, uoputy aiarsnai dition to tho trip to the sea shore, stops tho convention of tho bolters for Lex- especially from Hardin men." James M. Blair attempted to arrest can bo tnudo ut While guipnur unu ington on tho 10th. Johnston's turn Tho commlttco of 23 thut is to guldo Laban Lewis on a warrant for violating Covlnutoo. Va. For sleeping car re by the democratic convention has down pros the revenue law. Lowis shot Blair, servations or any other information, made him very feoro and bo is disposed tho destinies of democracy In the inlllctlng a probably fatal wound, und write or call on Gcorgu w. IJurnoj, Is as follows: to make moro of an ass of hlmsell than 0 it campaign olll- - D. P. A-- , Lexington, Ky. Hon. Jo C. S. Blackburn, chairman, was In turn shot und killed by tho dono for hltn. naturo baa HonTj. D. Clardy, Hopklosvllle; Hon. cer. Tho director of tho mint estimates Tim Iowa republicans sounded the J. I). McCreary, Richmond, tho gold production of tho world in key noto for tho next campaign when First District Hon. Sam Crossland, 1898 at $291,000,000. Africa leads all beThe lumber of the Iluatoiivlllu l'ulr will they declared that gold Is tho monoy kold ou tliu ut 1 l'. M.. Aug. 13, $80,300,000. W. I). 1IOCKKU. Heey. itaoeard of this country aud tho world MayQcld; Hon. J. L. Grayot, Smith thoothor countries with HDD. second with $07.o00,000aud Aa.r,.lldU and demanded that congress enact it Und. Second District Hon. II. D. Allen, tho United Slates third, with $04,403,-00- 0. Into tho validity and vitality of a law. Morganflold; Hon. T. J. Nunn, Kroui KlngtvlllH ou the ulglit of July 31, a Gen. John C. Underwood, of CovingTHE Covington Commonwealth ban MAltK, IS liuud. lilKli, t, ton, has brought suit at Nashville IIUIUIIT bUltUKL hlud leg white, Its dally, but tho weekly District lion. I. H. Third discontinued about 10 Iiok bucked, left publisher und editor of tbo years old. Middle well. Any Information Is disconFranklin; Hon. W. K. Settle, against tho will como out as beforo. "It for $50,000 dam-ag- of bur will by tlmukfully received. Confederate Veteran tinued upou purely business considera- Bowling Green. JOHN WALLS, Klogivlllo. for alleged libel In publishing a lw.!t. Fourth District Hon. David Mur- tions," it ay. wn m six-yean, . Stop-overStato-at-larg- The Atlanta council has asked Mayor Woodward to resign becauso of his dissipation. Flvo persons were drowned oy tec capsizing of a row boat on tho Patapsco near Baltimore LaG range. Olllo Barrackman, of killed a spreading viper, from which he took ?." little vipers. Isc At Canton, O., Mrs. Cathcrlno daughter and killed her then committed sulcldo. Another would-b- e ravlsber was lynch ed In Georgia, making 10 or more to go Ul.1i. way in us mauj A mob tore up street car tracks at Pontlac. Mich., because the company opposed street Improvement. A B. Walking, of Chattanooga, was perhaps fatally stabbed by his son while whipping him. Statu Industrial in .ti vu-All kUi. School they punish the children that swear by giving them castor oil. Col. A. S. Marvin, for many years president of tho Marvin Safe Company, is dead at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 74. George Kemper committed suicide at Covington by throwing himself In front of a train. His parents witnessed tho deed. II. Victor Nowcomb, son of II. D. Newcomb, onco president of the L. fc N, has been declared Insano at New percent. at Brighton Beach Suturday J. II. Johnson, of Boylo, bought in Garrard a bunch of steer at Ic aud some heifers at 3c. In Men's or lloy Cm!i IJncn Hats only 19c. n A crash In cra!i bait. J. C. Hays bought of Charles Butch J n t received an ulciraiil nnd nobby lino of Lvlic' walltlnR haU, c)do and golf er 70 acres of land 1 miles beyond shavs 75c. Crab Orchard for $730. Choice this week ol Lsdlc trimmed lul VJC It Is said that goat meat is being sold on the Kansas City and Chicago mar kets in large quantities ns mutton. Lund, of Indiana, bought of Luther for $173 and of Lu And get Underwood a cent. Our Shoe and Clothing ttock t full price. We Mil iive you 25 mules at cius Perkins 12 Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. ili-n- Look at Our Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. uj of cholco bargalni. Ah our space H full wc cannot give price, we Invite you to come and ice for ymirj Lyntf sold to John C. Pop John G. elf. ple a tine pair of mules for $:00 and to $47. jr at 4c. It It estimated that tho corn crop Eubanks .V Miller .19 ld steer of W w..-wr- bushels, Kansas will bo 302,000,000 threo times that of last year, and tho The Chcet IlotiM'.in Town largest yield tho Stato over produced. Dr. F. T. Kelly, of Wlnueld, Mass., & CO., A. sold to Alderman Frank T. Fowler, of stallion, Ash- Chicago, the trotting T.I). HANKY, Manauor, brook. 2:13, by Ashland Wilkes, 2:17!. Ilrancli stores at EIUabet!ilon.,Klkton, Oweiloro, Slielbyvlllr, Versailles, llardsj for $2,000. ' II. It. Kun- - town, llnpklnsville, Mdionvllle, Morpanlicld. (leorgclown Ky , llatVsvllle. Turn. It. S. Beazlev sold to hardt, of Now York, a pair of bay geld ;CoiuiouihUii ol ings for $300; and to Hudson II rot., Medicines. Louisville, one sorrel gelding for $12j. The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors.1 The la dono with absolute I'UKSOItlPTlOX accuracy in our DKPViroiHNT li I n jlV""7 1" ' I l and the quality mil Is of a very high grade. The physician' urciw in tlio treatment of dillictllt chmmi Wilccn!oiit en the Have puritv and frwdiiifw of the drug his orders tilled here and the rrtmlt will bo highly satisfactory. of all drug I'tmie to Sie 1. Penny's Drug Store. f.oT V? Carriage That combines A Family bvnuly and comfort with eonnetiieure, Is one of our well made, eay riding and elegant Surreys. It la unexcelled for workmanship, durability ntn! comfort, and will glvo more tatixfactlon fo' gen. ural famllr um than other cnr Wo nio HclhtiK riaKo mailo them Cheap and Kat. B. K. Opp. Cotirt-IIou- Wenren ic Son, Stanford, Ky, o o o o o o o oboooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oo'o'o O o O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o GO TO roit- - Mcoberts, tl)e Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c., At The Lowest Cash Prices. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQonn o o o o o o o o o o THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery In Central KuutucVy, having twu ro. Thl U now the mint npto-iUt- e ccutly equipped with the iuurvelou Auatllgunt Lensci; the now dUcovcry In optical lulenco I with lo my to tho Ladlei that Lumber For Sale. THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. dock received a largo of tho very MaJI-sonvlll- Strayed or Stolen. latest Designs "Vleur-De-LU- t) JVtouldigs. Good-nlgn- ci I'atteroi never sold In thU locality before havo to bo teen to bo appreciated Suitable fpr f rauiliiK from the bluiplent photograph to the moat elaborate nainllnirl " moulding apeclally for iiitabla Among the lot in tho New French delicate pictures, Kuibroldered Mat, French Yaler Oilom, ami all plcturea that ro. imlro a dainty frame. When lu Danville, call aud nee us aud get our prices Wo ' will save you money. 121 Third Street Opposite Post Offlco, Danville, Ky. Jt&KiuJhJ jg, !! atufrimjU.. .t Akk THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1"''- -' - Ki M WATTCf of Jo(Tcn)onv,l)0f "'"' "' Nr.W kcrchlof tics nt Jones'. m James Pickett arc lltlng her parent In Mason county. , PltoK. E. I. CituiiH's school at Shol-b- y City has &5 scholars and tho number Is increasing dally. A. llBNDltHN has moved hi family Into 0110 of Mm. Woodlo Halo's cottages on Vmi Main Street. MmH Sti:i,i- - McCi.ahv, of Stanford, is clerking for Smith Hrus. Pint Mok Cor. Corbln Now. Miks Mauv IIai.i.. who has bon with Mr. W. A. Trlbblo, has gono to Kridav. Mils. Katk Dl'imHKAK went to Lou. lovlllu Saturday to lsll her son, J !' Smiley. Mits. W. H. O'llANNOS and children with friend at spout several day Klngsvlllo. Mits Jamks Li:i: nnd sons have from a pleasant visit to relatives at Milan, Tann. MllH I M ltui'cr. cnl several da with her sister, Mr II. C. Uaughman, tho West Knd. Mits W A. Tllllllll.K and Master jlnil., was with Mr. Mack HulTmnn . Ky., - AUG. 8, 1899 tenlay. Bnwi.vo Maciii.vks at starvation pro l Hit. N. II. McKlNNBVnnd wlfo and fits. Warren A Shnnks. Mr. W.J. Vnjfcraro at Crab Orchard Tl K. U. Walton, Jlutu.vis.1 Manaoi.h. Spring. Hooks and supplies for the public 00' A McIlOliKllTR In inking a week schools at W. II. McKoberts'. Soda Watkii, Ico cold, pure nm10lTn,1' M,M &'T Mcltobortstanslst. Tin: Liberty band, which is n good most rorrosalngni rennj'sDrutf Store. ng in w. II. Mcltoborts' store. ono, will mako music for the Columbia MK8HAML8O.J. CHOW and J. T. fair. Tin: best materials combined wild cure, skill nnd accuracy limiro cood Hooker nro buck from Crab Orchard I NKKli tho money nnd must nsk you results. No o her moinods nro over Spring considerably Improved. r. used In our prescription work. Penny' Missis Maudi: and Claviji: Cah-Ti:- to coma In nnd settle Mrs. Kuto Drujf Store. daughters of Mr. P. W, Carter, will entertain the joanger oot tonight. Paii.M of IiVj ncrcs for sale privately. PERSONAL AHD SOCIETY GOSSIP. Mirbks Mauv liBWis and Llwlo Possession given to suit purchaser. J. SflT 0 A It I.AM) blXOLHTON has Orlract, of Luncaatcr, nrc visiting C. MeClary, Ex'r. 9 Misses Mary and Sulllo Cook nt Cook's been quite lck Dkath. A patient named Schaub, Mhh. J S Kick I visiting tier pa- Springs. MUCH ojmpalhy I folt hero forCupt. of Cnlon City, led , died ut Crab Orchrents at Cuu City ard Spring last night. Mils i; P. Adamu it spending tho Thomas Ulchurds nnd family, of Danville, In tho loss of tho Httlo grand-chilweek In Lexington. CincKiKf Pkiid FIvo bushel of Koso Patrick. chicken feed screenings for only 81 nt Mil C. L. liowiil.l. spent Sunday Mil. H. O Cook, of Knoxvlllo, J II. Uaughman A Co' with his family in Loulsvlllo mill, StanthU morning to villi his wlfo and ford J , IK'NCAN, of Toledo, O , wa a children, who aro at Mr. A. II, guest at Kid. Joseph Hallou's Tin: Collco Club met at Cook's ' Mils. S.U.t.u: A. I1KAZI.KY hBs been near McKlnnoy. Miss Lou HocKnii, of Hustonvlllo, Springs Saturday. A good crowd was quite sick, but Is convalescent. In attendance and n splendid dinner Miss KtiiylTykii, of Lebanon, wus paed through to Crab Orchard was spread Spring jeolorday. Cushler J. V. the guest of Mis Pearl ilurnsldo. Kt.hVKX-O- ur frleud T W. Sopor J T HlankhNsiiii', Livingston's Hooker accompanied her this far. Til mi: gentlemen nlso took In tho at Wallace town sends Hi 11 new sublightning contractor, was hero SaturRichmond fair und raw tho night: IX. scribers with tho money, for which wo day Oil l:. J. IIltOWN nnd Mr. M. O L. Hubble, J. C. Kubanks, Greonbcrry rolurn thank. William were at tho Richmond fair Urlght, V. II Trayior and Maek A HANDSOMi: lino of fall suitings J Dud-dcran, m m Fci.L lino Hardware nt Warren Shanks, A Solo.v Ciiaio Is working out a til fine for whipping Mallnda Nelson, alto colored. Owi.vo to TI..V DAY HAIL AND LAKH KXCUIlSIOJf 3 TO tho Q. A O, road nro being run by hero today. in nccldont In n tunnel on paionger trains from that n flno mnro for Will Cordler, of 1 lowland, tho other dny. Sho was by E. P. Woods' Eaglo Hlrd nnd he prized her highly. VII Tin; Clltcus Stanford I going to havo a circus ut Inst. Cooper's great aggregation will pitch Its tent hero Friday, I . . . Via rail In Tnlpiln a, very low rates havo Aug. 18. Coino over Ilnrry Glovannoll, Iwen arrnnRed to an. n Bini.Mil r.l... T.!. ' ",0 r Duluth, "Tho ' andlrlP'flt Harbor pritiR4. and enjoy It with us. 1? ',. "' llf,erntionn and informition of any kln.l call on your 0. II. A Agent, or wrile LiniiTNl.vcj struck n tree In tho D. 0. SPWASDS.rasioneer Traffl: Manager, Cincinnati, 0. Murphy pasture during tho storm Saturday evening, shattering It nnd killing a vnlunblo cow belonging to Mies Horenco Trueheart. It was the best cow she had nnd gave four gallons of Tin: train killed fJaekioae Island, Leaving Cincinnati Tuesday, Aug. 29. C. H.&D.&D.& C. STEAMER. Only $5 Round Trip. T .Tit "" " S WUEDD nrn . . rich milk dally. m. . m i ins Linen Suit RDm iiiiunaj mu vnn udi imnr II iuu . . ! ak Z. of Rowland, tulls us train was Ituvlng that placo for Cincinnati this mornlng,,otne scoundrel emptied a shot gun at tho conductor and Mack Thomas, who were stundlng on tho platform between two cars, but neither was hit. Who did It Is not known. that as tho CHAIO CAMDK.V, K C. I got it nt James Frye's. He has cut the price on Ihcxe to SulH lo fl.60. lie has some Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes nnd ho Is Closing Out His Straw And Linen Hats And gives you a chanco on that fine Sewing Machine wllh every worth 3 ou tiny. Thai's the place to trade, Sure. $1 J. 1 Illchmund to visit friends. I Mits. KatuCumikutmin, of Covington, siHjnt several day with Mr. Ju. P. Halley and other relative hra. Mits. SaMaSTHA Viiatcii and pretty daughter, Mis Hcrtha, of Louisville, aro visiting MUs Molllo Daughcrty. Mlt. JOHN O. LYSS send us word that ho I still contlncd to hi room with solatlen but Is somewhat Improved. Mits. H. M. Hallou and pretty little daughter, Paul!) 11, of Lancaster, were guests ul Elder Joseph Hallou's. Mlt. E. H. UllAZLhY has rented Mrs. It. E. Leo Slmms' house on Danville trcot and will go to housekeeping toon. Ukv. J. W. Caktkii, of Gratz, sont scverit! daj with He vs. Orland Heok and E. T. llanoy. Ho prcinhod at McKlnnoy Sunday Mu. Jambs Kitvi: and P.cv. 11. J. Pink'srlon camo down from Huftunvlllu Sunday aftornoon to hear Kev. Som-mors Mlt. Gkohok D IIoi'iT.K camo In to Uurtlso n stolen horse this morning, Mlt D C. AM.EN und wife, of Me but while tho "ad." was being sol some Klnnoy, Ky , who have been guests of ono brought tho nnlmal In. Enlisti.su. Capt. Joseph Garrard, Mr. K. W. Wnvnant, nro now vUltlng Pou Uknt. My furm of 201 ucrcs; of the Oth cavalry, writes us from relatives In (Jullford, Mo Lenvcn-worfthat Lieut. Shearer, formerly l.lpunn Smnfnnl nml well Imnrovcd Ins , Standard. ca!)toIn of tho -- J Kentucky, who is now Mils M. II McAl.lSTiut, who has Crab Orchard plko 2 miles from Crnb unl,8tlnt: l''s regiment, stationed In Orchard. Mr. II. L. Abraham. been vUltlng her son, Mr. J. II. . the Philippines, will bo nt Winchester, went up to Crab Orchard Tin: colored excursion from Louis- - Aug 10, Richmond, 11, Herca, 12, and Springs yeiterduy, accompanied by vllle to Richmond Sunday loft 100 so Livingston, 14. Lieut. Dilllon, of the or Mi ArctlHica McAIUter. Negroes here for the day and thoy had 2llih 1 fan try, U. Tin: following teachers took tho a big time generally. It was a very Nlcholasv tile today, S. V.. will bo ut y Danville, train here for Crab Orchard jestcrduy crowd. urow, Oih. and Hustonville. 10. 11 nnd to attend the Institute: Misses Hottlo - . '""'" the purine of enlisting. Powell, Anna Hold, Annlo MeKlnney, TiikL. & V. .Ill ...ll Annlu Dunn. HHa II. Wright, Kate tickets to tho convention nt Lexington, SOMK 60 couples enjo)cd to the fullAug. 16 und trains nrrlvlng theru on est extent tho party given bv MUs Tev- Wain and Kva Wilght. Dli. J S bTAi'i nnd family, of Crob morning of tho ICth.at 11 fares; good I Carpenter last night and all ure loud Orchard, Klder W. I. Watklns and returning 10:h in her pruieo Miss Hruco Weuien family, of Henry county, nnd Mr. and IlKi Onk. E. G. Moore raised a 2 served "frappo" to the guests, who Mr. MeMahan, of Okluhomn, paod pound tomato on a Cumberland Ave-nu- -s wero further regaled with tempting through thl morning In privnto lot In Mlddlesboro. What's tho refreshments. It was a gun (lower par for the State christian conventy and tho gentlemen secured their matter with putting the whole tion at Sljolbyvlllc. pirtners for refreshments by matching slty In tomatoes y quotations written on cards in hhaoe of LOCAL HAPPENINGS. aiiouT vvr.LL ur w. n o Unnnon tho Howe- -. MUsTevls Is ono of tho tells us that Kubo Melton nnd tho reel prettiest of girls and last olirht looked I'ltBsil Cakes. Warren A Shauk small-po- x of his patients aro enusually pretty us sho dispensed hot- nuout wen and that there has been no pltallty and good cheer to her guests, DM.TON for watch work and engravfurther sprend of tho disease. ing. during hlsabonco. Ing for Niagara Fall, Dunvlllo, Toron to, Lanailu, and other points. James Knglomun will run tho Jewelry business William Hamilton loft this morn. Is coming In and )ou nro Invited to call und mako your selection. II. C. Kup-le- y, merchant tailor. a Although lightning struck Will Severance's houso Saturday evening ho was In Ignornnco of It till Sunday, when ho saw several planks on tho East corner of It shattered. Neither Mr. Severance nor his wlfo felt tho shock, but n colored boy, who lives there, says ho did nnd that he saw n largo ball of lire, which nearly scared him to death. Clt-cinn- JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. We aro now showing Fred Kaufman, the American Tailor's line of Samples For Fall And Winter Suits. Measures carefully taken and fit guaranteed. h, - 'r Light Weight Overcoats Are Increasing in popularity each Reason for chilly summer evenines nnd early Fall wear They Lpve hecome a necessity with really swell dressers. We are making th"in of Whipcords, Coverts, do. 11 tomor-orderl- COATS. which distinguishes tho careful drcser. The thri e and four button Sacks nnd dmihlo breasted Rm-lnro still ilu. nnnnlsr nil round carments. You will llnd all his liavn that rtiv vl nml lum. rn.,,rl'1 I VESTS. Fancy vests are growing In popularity each season The line of samples (he most desirable fabric and tho most popular shade-- . embia-ct- s eo I TROUSERS. Those who desire Trousers perfectly tailored need look no further, they are in tho latest style, hold their shape und wear twice as .ong as ready-madgarments. Give us a trial and wo are sure to please you. e I WniLK I)r C. A. Cox was treutlng a Mutual lot of children to n hay rido Saturday, Co., the hoy, which was badly loaded, fell lOlt IlKXT. Stora room on Main off and tho children with It, painfully Of Lexington, Ky. Street In IXTKltiOit Jovhn'ai. building. hurting Little Miss Maud Vnrnun nnd Over J170.COO paid in Maturities. Herta Jean Penny. r.vv siauonery and cams ana enOver i70,000 Reserve and Surplus C. C. W velopes for ptrtlesntCrnig A Hooker's Rufus Wilburn was artmt iiid mm rested near Crab Orchard Saturday M V (Irlinth Uxlngton, Ky - .III vt "j; TJ ' i)V) Win Jim IIakkii, who laid In jail hero so morning by Deputy Sherlil W L. J 11 Itikrr SO " It l.iura II VTTV elon iAiiltrlllr, " long, was acquitted at Uarlxiurvillu of Wood and " Al V) j;n Marshal Joe Shannon, of M J M Unit 411311 " MluuKue " M0S tho murder of Wll Howard. I Jiihiimrltel4lllnnre M.l Crab Orchard, on an old Indictment It 32M1I3J W K, llanuliUr IxlnHtm Ky iovimvon Mitfcilllf, " . It riO r It INK Hoi.TXCl..vV'rt hore which for carr)lng concealed weapons and T J l. mm mni hiurlliip Acy LuulsTille, " .Mill m jh placed lu Jailer DuIIord's care. ho left standing ran nway this morning ' Kyi A ' 37 So 7 in IS 5t , s'l so Miirtoliiilll-- ' Runlrll breaking up tho harnutis and buck- .w VI " ...... Tin: Lebanon Pair and Trotting As- IKlIiMrlilerlle ci 30 " im-rut. board. it l s; ly sociation, which wus extensively adver-Use- d A P Wire 37 J l4rlur lxlDK'on " i7 1' ,10 V) William J Weiw at tho court-hous- e. 1.31) to hold a meeting Aug. 10, con- J W Viiletun Unll.Tillf, " bo it hop at tho M)cr TilKitnwIH 31V) lxlniituii, " ;j( II. OltNDOItrTgHVO Mlt. AND MltS. J. II 50 ;il H lUrrln lxjulillle, Houso tonight In honor of tho visiting tinuing four duys, bus decided to de- J M II IjirraUn) Uiluglou, " " XI yi 77(i Jnu.hkalu an elegant reception to Mr. and Mrs young ladles. on account of there being no (' ' " iwimu .... tl V) 74 Tho homo band will fur clare it oil " Hugh Hagan on their return to LivMr - M uiimi( .' Jiao 7J circuit of Central Kentucky Assoclu-tlonish tho music. Jl t 71 Nf iiiiiii f PuniMti .NIcliolirlll' ingston from their bridal tour. und tho Inability to get the entries Sanll lllark .M VI " u; Oifoul IVIU unl.'an . LuutiTlllr, " IJVi Tl tj KM.A MaY SAl'KDIIIlh, Of MlBHKH dog Mr. Cicero Kovnolds ad- - tilled. Till: VI VI A I' lalnr d'l to Uxlnittou " lr Stanford, und Halllo Mallard, of Har- - vcrtlsctl lu this paper for was found P I. IMI llimxl'lmrg" i'i mM) 1 VI 1.1 Wi: had tho pleasure of a ride on the H.ll honl Irxiiiijliiii " iHHirvllle, wero the uttraellvo guests of dead near Ma)wood. Advertising will " " " ."Jill M.N) Cincinnati Southern thu other day to " " " . .. ' " " ."JVI (alN II iid 'cm, dead or allvo. their uncle, Cupt. P. P. Hallard. " Ml 1.1 i tho Queen City with that prlnco of Ann llurlfy ...... Nrwtooi, " I JH V) Klchmond Ueglstcr. II Snrlon Uxhujio.i Mrt " " J vi r.lj Pou GOKiir.u Commonwealth At- - good follows, Capt. Ed S.ierman. Hu Mr. II It Atklm pulled tho I'.s'niNi'.i'.lt Pllll. SOliKN l .'7 V) r.t si t.icU-C'iiarahMlurt wus train 'muter for u long time but Mrt M (I llutcuiaunltliitionKjr J7 vi r.l olored excursion tniln thmugh to "rney j. a. uwsloy, Jr , will Heak for " " t ii aik liutarll 4J7,j " " 11 So CI oj P.lchmond Sunday and his friends hero CJoobol and tho dumooratlc ticket ut voluntarily retired to a train on ac- J I). Punvil J:so ''J i next Monday afternoon, tho count of tho very hard woik of thu Mra. lliri Ourli.ia Junrlluu t'lly" ttciroirladto eel another gllmpso ofondon JVM) S11D7 liliitftoa " former Kltlon. Much of tho Q. A C's. Jom.1i Iturkvr lltll. " Mr (mi. Copland t.n, ..l.ivr.i-- I'iMitleiniin. 5(i; M X Pwik ... iVV) So'jj (iforgituurn " popularity Is duo to such men as Ed luliu Urn Uuyk, of Hustonvlllo, Jl V) M 15 Miss A lick lxultllle " s A tyw writer for halo Sherman. Mi s. I. Puwrn .... U'llnclun " 'al vi ono of tho v lelti d friends hero nnd wa . " ehciip. Tho New Dennnoro, accredll- .l llro.llfy (imriiciuwu " .. 21 VI 1H II S VMIIIaiui . Ilurijln 'I VI siut party of )oung people who at Accidentally Shot. Messrs. John Victors laiiul laiiuaiter " largo d a being thu mo.t prollclent made; .'l.V) 47ii " tended tho hop at Crub Orchard n bargain. Imjuhu at IXTKlUOii Jot'it- - W. and S. L. Ilastln, of Pittsburg, und KateS. ilruwii ... U'liuglun " .'ivi sjoi ... " it So W0 East Hernstndt, respectively, who Springs I'rlday evening. " il'aj W0 NAI. olllce. spent Sunday with their parents ut licuiVKd Call ,.li'ivvtuwn " ... 2160 5.10 E A. ALlimoilT was hero again Sat" " It i, CiUiiK VJ0 Hrodhcad fair, Somi: gun stole O. P. Huff- Ewell, told us that Cl)du, tho )oung T. II Crulrbrr urday advertising tho ."So 4J 7i! MihoUiillls" . Aug. 23 threo da)s. Ho told ua that man's horso from his stable lot Satur- son of George Thompson, of Laurel, tkuokum (itilih IHwl Uiliuton ' . .MVi . tun il60 Si 04 " " " " .... ato iiui things wero already being gotten In day night and after riding him turned wus accidentally shot through thu lung ,. UU HOI hlra loose. Tho unlmul wns found In Suturduv afternoon by a pistol in tho ' " " " 04 JiJO hBo for tho exhibition. , . Si So VJOI Mlsshb. J. S. Hick nnd L. M. Wct-erllel- d town tho next morning bearing evi- hands of a son of Alox Holt. Tho boy (iro W. huckoU " " . 2I.VI VI " " . 4J7tJ is badlv wounded, but not necessarily HlllUle left) estcrday morning for Al- dence of hard riding. " 4J 7tl J0U0T Bhell.y ..... ". 23 .VI 4VOJ fatally. " Joliu It All(l..... legany Springs, Vn., to recupornte. "...... iU 50 43 Tin: colored fair at Hustonvlllo next s " i " .... & 50 J P Jtiwrt If.' W. II. Pcttus, ono of tho cleverest Mr. II ...Ludlow J0.vi43i Cauoht Him. Henry Collins, who Jolru IryLittle .....Ulnstoo " Thursday nnd Friday promises to bo a " S tiO 17 W operators on tho line, is holding down big thing. Cako walkers of " WW 4V much rep- Is working out a fine for disturbing re- It C Monjan ..... " . 21 V) 47 3s " tho olllco hero. utation will ba on hand to try for tho ligious worship, left tho rock pile whllo KauDlaM Anderwoi M50 43 (M MraJ CSllronaugliNlcliolaiillle VanAhsdalk, of Miss Etiia MM no ono wus loooklng the other day and Jlinl l Siullll Ma.liKllllle VanArsdalo, big promlum offered, vvhllo stock from Uxlugtou Ky . il SO 47 iis II llaler . J nnd Miss lleulah 47 XS n half dozen counties Is promised mado for his homo at Crab Orchard. 11 to 47 as byii (Ic New'nt Nr V of Hustonville, wero unexpectedly Wrlto to Lewis McClanahan 1, i i forn cata Deputy Jailers George DoIIord und Nw'l Nw , II 50 47 SS from Mont Eaglo, Tonn., called home SI SO 47 3S John Novlus started after him as soon JO 60 43 W of Mrs. I. O. logue Itlihiuond Ky Wllo March ...... by the serious Ulno as thoy cuught on to tho gume, and ur J V lama ID VI ,1, 47 laialunlou IS 60 40 34 W II Aiilfrou,wl(u James, ol Harrodsburg. Tub republicans say they aro going riving ut his homo about the time Col- K II llraJly....... Madlauntllla .M30 43 W WW 43 Oi ItliliiuoudKy Mits. AUA E. PlIILll'S, of Stanford, to nomluato Mr. P. M. Mclloborttt for lin did, they took blm In chargo and Mn C I. Wood i0 6O 13 W K II hcrluu .... UiiCKluu arrived Monday and took jwssesslon of representative, but that gentleman de soon had him again In durunco vllo. .MIC 43 11 IS SO 4i47 rtSlaytornt tho property sho had rontoa irom Mrs. cllncs to say that ho will accept It MM uirt 1' II hotlon 19 Twi'lo. J. P. Davis, of Lexington, Certainly ho would not set aside his law IIOUSK HUHNKU. G. Wash Single- livuiv II llrlarr Miyivllla ' , 17 50 . SS Ul it 47 30 (Ira. W .NiukuU UllDglun came over.nnd sient Sunday with his practice to tako tho chances which are ton's dwelling on tho Crub Orchard lluwell Alvatcr Caiudmi Aik ,. IS50 40 31 Ky is no 40 31 fniullYi who nro ipomnug tno summer few and far between, of his election to pike, neur Cedur Crcok, burned curly hllialwtli bulloo. Midlaunvlllf IS 60 40 31 P Hum Wnyno County Itocord. 18 50 40 31 Friday morning, together with most of Howard M)(hnl UiIokIou ' that olllco. hero. 40 34 IS 50 Its contouts. Mr. Singleton was ut bis to 40 31 ISVI TiiK Somerset Paragon has this 17.30 SSUI Lots OK Lumiiuk. Marsbul Jones, mill und only his wlfo and ono child 17 60 say about the prohibition nomlneo for 3SU.I 17 50 3SUI commlsslonertof ugrlculture: Wo don't of Hustonvlllo, kept an account tho wero in the bousu at tho time. When nny of thu ticket except Adam other day of tho number of wagons Mrs. Singleton nwoke tho kitchen and r.'.iiiuos.ssj w .. ... ToUl know ..... .ta,iaK).&u I'rulilllvtrCoat.. when that passed through from Casey loaded front porch wero both burning. It is W. Cnrponter, nnd do know that For particulars apply to with staves und lumber und found that bolluved that an incendiary uppllcd tho they undortook to make him, that thoy A SMITH 150WMAN. Secy . there wero 103. Tho uverugo Is said torch and strong olTorts will be mado to used tho best cream of manhood for the Lexington, Ky , Ho la L'ood from top 10 bottom nnd to bo about 76. Mostof this Udlsxscd find the scoundrel who did it. There of the very best poo-- J of at Moreland where threo buyer aro was 1700 Insurance in the Kentucky Or HAK.NK8 WEAKEN, Agent, ho live in a nest ' Stanford, Ky. kept busy, Growers. plo of this nation. KVkkmioiiv read Hlgglns no)' "ad" this week, sure. A McKIn Southern Investment ss!!r;! -A JOHN P. JONES. All i Summer Goods On Bargain Counter. 1 te $J CsjJ ... It has nlways been our plan to lo-- s 5 cinhe all Hiimtiler Goods even at n great in order to make room for Fall piucliasis Wo have therefore VO Cut The Prices ! I fei .V. 1 w,' us 1 aj I 3 can allonl to buy them for future me. All light 10c, all light 10c Zephyr Ginghams go at 7c, nil light 5c Lawns, fast colors, go nt lie, all light 10c Lawns, fast colors, go at 5c. Sodtcpthat j ou lSJcTercalesgoat x3 J W All 15c Lawns, Fast Colors, Now go at 7c. All Parasols (Not Umbrellas) at cist and lesi. and Vests at what they cost tho manufacturers. Men's 75c and tl Linen I'ants at only 5Dc. Sume great bargains in Shitts. I? H J?2 Men's Summer Coats -- ! j I 5 Jj Si W KlltST-CLAb- VV SEVERANCE A & SONS. -- mmmmsmsmB;m&mmmm GOOD SHOW COMING ! AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. if tX 1 eon-of- -a Stafford, Friday, August 18. COOPER & CO.'S R. R. SHOWS. la-- V ". , g, 4311-- 11 1 , N VN The largest Japanese, four ii. show on earth. Forty performers. Wonderful Iron no of Five great Shskespearean Clowns. Ien of perforuilui; Lions, rroi. uaiuiaus scuool ui performing Jiorsna. t'oules ana mules. .Mile. Lula'i $10,000 Ohilange I?ors. "Topsy." Street Parade at 11:30 a. m. Admission, 25c; Children undder 0 years, ISc. Will exhibit at Lancaster on Saturday, Aug. 19th, one-rin- In number. ! i hoea Ileruedy. We have known and used and this medicine In our family for 2 years Made from pure elegantly furnished mountain home and have always found it re table. In and partake of her fare. Her table many caes a dose.of this remedy would cream of tartar. creaks and groans under the weight of save hours of sutlering while a phjMcian the nutrient pabulum placed upon it, is awaited. We do not believe In dependand tho strawberry wine and fragrant ing implicitly on any medicine for n cure mint julep arc both personally present but we do believe tint if a bolt e of to deck the festal board and add to the Diatrhoea l'.emedy were kept dazzling confusion of Its splendor I on hand and administered at the Incep Alum baking powders are the greatest and my distinguished and handsome tion of an attack much sutlering might be menaces to health of the present day. friend, Sam Lewis, (late lieutenant U. avoided and In very many caes the pres OYM, BAla eowptaj CO., NtW voaa. S. A. V.) are the only lawyers who dare ence of a physician would not bo rcquir call at the palatial residence of this ed. At east this has oiirexjieri-enc- c mountain queen. A short time since, during the past 20cars For sale The Southern Invesimsni Company, whilo at her home, she played somo by Craig ei Hocker, Druggists beautiful pieces on the organ, accomKy. Of "We have sold many different cough panied by a voice that rivalled the si ren sisters, who sang so sweetly on the remedies, but none has clven better Flan: INSURANCE REVERSED. coasts of Sicily, when she ceased satiifaction than Chamberlain's," h playing, I exclaimed with wild ecstacy: Mr. Charles Holzliauer, Druggist, New ark, N.J "It is perfect"- - safe andean We Uj Wills Yen Lire. Wbero does the soul of music dwell ? bo relied upon in all cases of coughs,-cold- s Is Its spirit found alone, Old Line Companies Pay When Ton Die. Sold liy Craig & or In harp's strings or silver bell, Hocker. Or In tbo organ's solemn tone? e e. No 'tis found In every zono Over 1150,000 paid In living benefits. There Is more Catarrh In thl section of the Orcrii!),uJ0Keserve'andl Surplus rountrr than all otht-- iltsea-- e put together, snl Where Maranda sings. Incur until the last few years was aupiei! to IIS1M WEAKEN. Locsl Agent.. II Maranda Is not the right name, how- - ahle I or a great mine years doctors pronounce.1 wjStanfonl. II- A. SMITH.I10 MAN. Secy, remedies, eve-- , but I'll bet tho wild Zlngarella It a local ill4e. ami preMrtl-- ! local treatment, Lexington, Ky. and constantly failing to cure with local against a goal that wo win our casn In pronounced it incurable. NMmce has proreu caurrh to lie a constitutional ilt'eate, and therefore the police court. requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh ted to visit her Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho Christian church hero will glvo a full No 113 Thl r A M. supper embracing all that Is good to (To the Editor of the Interior Journal) cat on tho evening of tho 18th of AugMISS EVELYN TARDIF, Ciiaii OnciiARD, Auir.l. Your type ust for 23c. $1 setter plnvcil tlio wild with my French Tho Soamstross. L. C. King sold a pair of mules to In your lat Frlilay't Issue, but pcrhnps aw When not aopatdlBa.CO will be charged James Dunn for tlM. C. P. Underwood I'lnln nml I'antitonMile Bewlnjt Cutting nnd the lady under whom I studied French sold to O. P. Iluffmnn somo fat cows at Wntcr works t Kitting i Spwlnliy about two decades ago, may take your He. Gcorgo Wood sold Jess Lynn soma Hxcurslon trains Aug. fl and 13 to tho paper, and I think ho docs, and she stock owes. High Hrldgo Camp meeting, the greatOl Liverpool. Price not known. W. S. BEAZLBY, D. D. S., mortified to sen that notwith TIME C5RD would bo Wm. Watson nnd wlfo have moved to est meeting of colored people oior ovcry standing I read souio in French '.ugi'st I'lre Insurnnrn Company In the aUiucuHtcr, Ky. Lancaster while ho Is at work at his known In tho State. Ask agents for World day, Mint I should commit such glaring KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. trade. Mr. and Mrs Aaron Hall aro particulars. ! Teoth Extracted Without Pain errors at this dlstanco ol tlmo from tho In Horso show, fair nnd carnival, largo couple, each tho ring for a Barboo & Aug. Low rates via Queen Mtcml-Micdays when I used to commit more than Kn 6 Arrrlvet Stanford at IM. of them weighing 2J0 pounds. J. J. it Crescent route from all points In With Vltnlltrd Air. riijslcluti In 2 l.ua manfilfll St at IS 10 A. m sho could hear for ono lesson. ThereW DAT. ManngerSoiilliernPepirtranit. No.l Arrives at lUiwlaod Walker has gono to Dripping Springs Kentucky dally Aug good to reS 30 r. M. Office In tlio New Tlioninnn llultritnjr. (T fore please to say Jo vous almc, I lovo No.W Lnm Mautord at for a few weeks. Mrs. Kobe rt It. Gen- turn tho 14th Inst. Greatest show LexUctieral Olllccrs, IVilunitila llullillnir. IaiuI.- you. Vous almo mol? Do you lovo mo? has ever KNOXVILLEDIVISION. Is very much Improved and will ington Ample hnd Don't full to at(3 IsTllle Kv CONSION YOl'lt STOCK TO. room for all excursiontend. Next Saturday Is looked for hero with try escape her expected sclgc of typhoid ists. much Interest. It Is city court day nnd ..12 03 pm .. Do. M Trln going North . & coma, Wesley reports that Tom .. 2 41 ru a ' " WOIIKIKO NlullT AND DAY Ho. M " lady of wealth and prominenco from fever. Dr. ..12 S3 k iii " South .... .. Penman Is about holding his own. Ho The liu'leel ami mlthtle.1 little thin lhatetrr o. M " OPTIONS ON FARMS ! ..liB2ui an udjaccnt county has a suit hero on a was ma.le it IT. King's New I.lf, lllli. IfveiT pill o.J Llvs Stock Connl::ton Merchant:, Far alhPotnu. pistols and double-edge- d has u severe attack of typhoid fever. Is a globule of health, that ihanges noto. Sho carries WANTED. Is spending a few days weakncM Into streneth. Ilsllessness luls enerev- Stock Vnrils, Covlnctoii daggers and has announced her Lovlsa Harris BO'IOH TICKETS MILD. mental power. They're wonderful Centrist dirlnRton urns, i inciiinnii. w In Lancaster with her friend, Miss l.rsln fog Into the health. Only Kv . or Inton Stook CHECKED THBUUUIl. I Mould llko to lake options on (fxl farm HAOOAtIK in Miiiiiingup rr Ini, When shipping F.ast bill our euro prlrlleire Intention of using them In open court. 'I t r. t ninni. !,.. iiwi vj i tn In Mncoln Ciiunty. lor terms and irilipKllI. v 1 umuns lino For any Information enquire ol .UllllT. .uro. r. i If her adversary docs not swear to WM I.ANIHHtAP. elllnfc C, iitrnV Coslngton Mock Yards, Wo returned from a visit ot sovorui uays to will make It to jour Hdrantflge anil rIto JOB S. MCE, Agent, hrlper. Iv 13 Freddy Is Friday thounlucklcstday her, and as I am her attorney, she has (Stanford, Ky. your stock our perwinal attention near Morcland. James In tho week? asked mo If they would hurt her much her parents visiting relatives family are Cobwlgger I don't see how It can FRANKFORT AND CINCIHNATI. at Crab Orchard, should sho shoot Sutton and Durgln. Dr. Dunlap was called be. Nobody thinks of getting married down a man In. opon court. Sho is to near to see C. II. Yeagcr, who has been vory on that day. Trains leave Frankfort at 7 a.M. tml S'41 r. v., LIVERY, FEED AND SALE OR TRADE. onnecllng it Ororgetown with 4 A C. ami reach- dino with mo that day at tho "Statoly HI with typhoid leer for somo days, ing Farts t I" a h an J 8 10 r. M. lave l"aria Mansion" and Col. J. P. Chandler, the . connecting it P. STABLE," at V 11 A. M and lie Is thought now to bo doing fairly Splendid farm efJWaerea In Southeast Ksn.a. nuctlonccr, Is to eswith Q AC and reaching Frankfort it IS Well kvait.1, JO miles from the Mlnuttrl tine ""nd7 'josiWyEWTox. a. o. p. a. cort her up. Uc thinks after this nlco well. Gcorgo Koblnson and Bright A. S. PRICE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Pd farming country. Ihi.kly setllnl MIIKenrl) Sutton, who went to Doming, New on ea.y terms or trade fstiw lo t'enlral rldo be can persuade her to uso no vioSurgeon Ilor-e- s nnd Mule ccnstnntly on hanil and turky. lany fl.O'i lo l i"i dltlrirr.ee In a health, write back QUEEN & CRESCENT. Address Hoi , .Slanbrd. Ky trade (:) lence. This lady Is a native Virginian Mex'co, for their fur sale at alt tlmcu. Ocntiat, they have rented them a mud follows: and quite a unique character, and has that' ..cUon City Trains paw cabin for SJ per month, six miles from Stanford, Ky. N- -? .4 11pm killed two men. Sa. 1 South .. 12 itt p m No. 2 North Sho lives nlono In a m S4Sam ...1150 No. S " "4 " .".mpin fine house on a good farm; rooms ele town, and are living In great stylo. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL " 8 " ....... No. 5 " OfflcsivT- - Mclloberts' Drug Store In the Owttej ...HMm 00 am " ...... 8 OS pro "10 " No. llnlldlng. gantly furnished, divans, sofas, fine or1S1THIGHT Nos. 1 and 2 Jo not stop. 9 and 10 run no furgan, oj which sbo plays like Orpheus FOR AN EDITOR TO niCOMMENTI 1'ATE.NT Louisville, Ky. DENTIST, ther than Junction City. on his harp. Sho lends gold, killed 13 MEDICINIS and only hogs last fall for her own meat, and Stsiuford, Tho turnt ctntraily From Sylvnn Valley New9,Hrevnnl,N 0 mado 83 gallons of strawberry wine edW. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., It may be a question whether the Ky. this summer and wroto to mo yesterday itor of a newspaper hat the right to pub CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. FIEST-CLAS- S that mint was still growing on both licly rwomniend nny of the vnrlous pro' makliiK Huts I In thoi-ltsides of the rivulet In front of her door, prlotary medicines which tlood the mar Accommodations. that goes singing on Its way toRenfro's ket, yet as a preventive of nullering we :!ctilll to t nnd Sulphur Well Cltxe Kales liunvinatile, 1'ltie Water. creek and she buys all her whisky at feci it a duty to say a good word for 41 One block from the prlni'lpal sliopplng Crab Orchard. 'Tis a real pleasuro Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr&c district mid two blocks from the tline prin and a rare treat, indeed, to bo permitA nAD WOMAN TO PIIOJECT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL DODHITT'S FKKXCI1, WITH. (INTENDED KOHI.AST ISSUE.) HUBBLE. rnncturii and Co All Kindt of EI- - Jontli. OAarirMAx. ArvriitmO HnrCKiMiltHli!0aTtrisX cycle. HopIrIn;. Tin: DANViu.r.cvn.Kco., hanvim.e, kv W Vtsni I.amiimm. ROYAL PER YEAR CASH Queen increscent El ROUTE INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, Lex-lnpto- n, 2. e. W- - 8-- mmm ws sugar-coale- iwrtleu-lar.nd.lr- B. G. FOX, FARM FOR SALE lieorge-tow- n world-renown- ed 3bf v'5HHyt ?. A. JONES, BEHZLEY HOTEL. RoVau against alum lK-o- Baking Powder Safeguards the food t$2. at bor beautiful FARM FOR SALE. l.hnin-berlaln- 's 1 Mill Lexington, well feuc-- d aud desirably located 1", nillr from Moreland a slailon on thai S railroad, on pike leading from MtUedgefille to btanlord lsidrnee oil said farm is a large frame, containing eight mtus, pantry, Ai , newly painted and ivpered and in Orst-clacondition. Sale will Unln at HI o clock, x M (Ine-lhiTft kms cash, Inlance In one and two tears will. Interest from dale of sale glten Iiee I, lyj. d of lajj lo lw to at usual time lor insdlng Contains 105 acres aud It fn a spU'udM statu ot cultivation On the Wick pike 2Vj miles from Uustonrlllv and I J, from lias on It it duelling of Use rooms GOOD LAND FOR and pood tenant lioue, lnMci noeeaary outliultillngs. splendid orchard, cxkmI well Near Lancaster, tract of 3'.l acre ull and twiieprlngs. Terms eitsv. W II WltlOilT. In oue boundary, aro separated by jdkes half mile of LanIlustunvllle. Ky, The first tract Is within a Is 3 caster, 10 acres of which In gra.s with III house, and 100 acrvaof fresh land to go Lincoln County Farm For Sale. "justacrtwa the Crab Orchard pike Is 103 acres, all to go In cultivation Also R 6t ncro tract, pari of which Is now 14, In crass, the remainder to go In wiieoi. ah n.n Und Is well watered Would pre I will offer for sale the larm upon which I now re side, alx Muck, Crop, Ac lald fanu contains IV! fer to rent the land to one party j ear after acres of flrtt class l,lu. craw land, well watered, vear More-land, cipal tlientn a. street cars ia the door lo nil parta of the City Eserjllilng neat and clean. BATE. FIBE, JLIFE RENT. k.OOI3DE33Sra? INSURANCE. Oniy the Ik--I companies represented Inquiries solicited. 12. It. II. MAIIONY, Agt, Stanford. On Thursday, Sep. '99. J. X. SUTTON, Unctortnlcur, Hnttonvillo, and Cueycounllc t ull stock susl.srson bandManager. II a. Catntrr, Off.n bis services to the A Good Stock Rent. Farm For Kentucky ple nfWest I'i.sl,in lrftlon Ono mile lUatof Preacheravllle. lias 110 acre. 0 In grass, the remainder to go In well watered, nnd has good cultivation oK'offlmanJ Cask. S UtcolJ house aud barn. huanis. l td IUII U)UAN,MlUMgeTllle,Ky. HOUSE FOR RENT. r Inrro houu) of Icht rooms in Ilelug centrally locatsd ecan be used with advantage aa a tmardliig-liousAny ono wishing Information may ami!) J M Ult.M. Lancaster. 1) tu t.ni-s.i.- Mason Hotel illlij. U. I). rJIMPSON, 1'tor.. Fkely 1 Brick Ees'.deice In ilcstlcello, Ecstcty, with E7 acres ef Lani well linprcTed fc; Sale. L-- itsi Inctistcr, t Kentucky. BlililililililliM iQ)fe3HwriaIljruiiriiaa(a Tlio Favorite Line laOXJISVIIlIiS CHICAGO. Trains .Morning and I'.vening from ion Station, lOtli and Ilroadway. Un- thousands of hoiielisa arss Asthma, Hruncliltis, llU.WrJMI.N rALL lloarst-iiesand all diseases of the Throat. Chest Mclims to stomach, liver and kidney trouli'es as and Lungs are stirelr cured by il Call on I'tuny, Druggist and gel a free trial Iiotllo. Uigular site well as wouien, aud all feel the results iu lues of apuervuusni, Sue and !1 Li try bottle guaranteed, or price re petite, launs l the blood, batksihe, leeliug n headache and tlreil llslltss Hut funded. there's no need lo feel like that. Listen lo J. W 'Lletrlc lilt tlardner, Mavllle, Ind llesays Cooper St Co'. shows and trained ten are Just the thing for a mau wliru he is all don't care whether lie lix-- or animal exposition ut Stanford, Friday, run down, ami give me new strength an 1 gooddies. apIt illd more lo I could lake lean uow ea Aug. IS. Admission only 2.1c, children petite than anything new leas on life ' Only io anything and have a 15c. at 1'eunjr'a Urugbluie. I ery Iwttle guaranteed . Toledo, J Cheney manufactured by Fontaine Fox Boiiuitt. Cure, lstheouly constlturlonal cure AonCothe marOhio, from dron P. S. I deem It necessary to say, of- ket It is taken internally hi directly on Mood aud a ten amid times and beautiful wild songs, to tea.tMNufu! ot It ads stem They on r one hunmucous surfaces the s dred dollsra for any taw it (alls to cure. rnd lor my hostess would draw a, circulars and letlmonl'ls Address dagger and a 33 Smith & Wesson and r J CllhM.Y AC", Toledo, I). sdd by IiruggUts, "oo jerk It down In a few Inches of my fore Hall's family l'illsaretlie best bead to emphasize some expression merchants A hundred jears tigo when recounting killing tho two men In Virginia and how she can still shoot wroto their letters with quill pens. Sand was uncd to dry the ink, as thcro them here. F. F. 13. was no blotting paper. Thero wore no millions oivkn away. streot letter boxes, letters hud to be It is rertalaly gratifying to the MiMIc to know of oneconurnin the laud who are not alrald tu Is-- carried to tho iostotllcc. It coot IS geuerous to toe needy and sulterlag Hie proprle send a letter Irora Boston to torsotlir King's ew Discoiery lor Consumption, cents to I oughs and Colds, hare given away orer leu mil cents' from Boston to New York and lion trial lpottlesofthlsgreat medicine, asd have Philadelphia. the rati. facllon ol koowfng It hasabsolu ely cured do-e- n 111 two-edge- d 2-m Isknowu as the John (litis-ma- n (dace aud Is (nxuplil nw by Umls (fley The huu ivnlalns n ruouis, hue well at kitchen door, aprndortbard anew Ice house and all nei cowry outbuildings A new Urn, fencing In good reiiairami lue uuu in a gs-- i state ol cullivallon As we have met wiib a great loss by Ore recently we want tu this irorly and auy ouewhu Capital Mora, liuysj. wants it would do well to write to JA3IL .McKLCHML, Ilaycsvllle.O. cucirswr lo The fsnuers Itank A Trust Company U'ealso hare tor .ale a btislues room, aud uuJer same manageiu.nt continusin mm feet In the s V corner of the public ously for 3w Vests. square In Montlrello, K) , and uoruplxl by Mi KKlinieA Kerns as an esrhange fur dour, meal and Ihis is as goo.1 ailand as there is In Monticellu fir business. particulars sinl tirms ddreu lliualiore Theaivepriirrty Lincoln County National Bank. Newly furnished: clean beds: intended Everything Porters table. 61) meet all trains. urst-claB- YOUR ACCOUNT la due and readv for jou nnd ! gently requested to oti are ur ! Settle It At Once This means YOI' If ou owe me Solioits Your Bank Account, beurttetal nd J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky, Tho COth Session of MiflTilMiti Miifo mm, ttnilTI Hoping such ImtlneM reiatlons will HIKLOTOIlb It 4sjnt I rove mutual-l- y ZZZZ Just Like a Mill. OPENS SEPT. 6.1099. W3tli bullillngii and grounds greatly proved, cour.u of atudy revised and exlen did. u l.irire comix-tcn- l uml rellclau fuc- - Wllllauia. J.J.J.S. tlwsley, William (io-x- hr., A. W. W. II.Cuwiulis, l'arnler, J. li Lynn, OlHCLIls ultt, this Well - Known tS. ilhaiiks J 1 J Cash, II Female College Ussier. Enter uikiii Its Jublleo jeur under tlio most S. It. bkanks, President; J. II. Owsley, llsshler, llittttrlug circumstances The verdict of W. M.llrlght.Assl.Ca thiMu win) have known the college from IU tieglniilng U that It was never mi will eiiulp ped In nil reapicts aa ut present Wo Invito tho You take jour Wheat aud Corn In Morris Fred's Etrhange In Wm l)iiuelierl a slion In Maufiird and get Iu exrlmnge Flour auu ou run also buv Flour, Meul. Miln- Meal stulf. Ilran, Chicken Feed, Ac , clieuicr at mj place than an wherein town A trial 1 lielleve Is all I nsk my eichangd will l n good thing for fanner and I pledge liber al transactions and full weight Mj come from lludderur'a IM KUer (toiler Mills and are nrst-i'las- .. MOKUIS FltEI) i."l Tilephoiie No. (is. bier. and rates to W cousin, Mlmiebota, M'braskn ami points in tlio far West, including California, should addruMi I'ashenern dosiring information StanfordSTANFORD, KY. College, Female William Shclton, President. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Departments, Muslr, Art, F.locu. lion and and Physical Culltuu. .'list year beginx Sept. 4th Huiid for catalogue to MKS NANNIi: S. HAPI'I.BV, Lady Principal. !!:st Critical lavcstisitioa Of all our claims, lielluvlng that jou will decide that Jour daughter will not only bo und tliorouglilv trained in all CijilUl thlngii but will also tie SAl'E In our scliool. Write for eutalogue to 11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANHIltP. Stock $100,000. KY. H. C. RUPLEY, The Morchant Sarplui, JI7.CS3 SI itnv c v. rihimit. a. Mllltraburg Kt jl. This Inilliullon originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In Hit, then reurganlicd aa the Katluual Hank ofStanlord In 1.M andagalo rivrganlied aa the First Satloual liauk of SUnforJ In 1882, has had practically anunliitirruj for II years. tednUt-u- Tailor, Stanford, Ky., In Receiving IiIn Spring V Franl J, Kced, Gen. I'nss. Agt , i:. 11. Iiacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. Vlce-I're- PUOLIC SALE OF A & Gen Mgr W. II. MeDoel, Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr Cypress Shingles. -- Southern Railway A. C.sm'B, , THE ( f5 &o. GARRARD Iron Fqi.cc. 1 Stuiiiiicr Goods. y CO FARM. jin in It Is better supplied now wlti will orfir publli'lj, on the (STANFORD, KY. Lick, on tho Clehmond J, W. llayden, Stsolord Co,; ami Luucaster pike. mllu fioiu Litiicuster F. Ittld, Uncoln Mill Work. Mctul Roofing. D . II, llaugliuiau, aud m rnlleu from Uiulsillle .V Niulivllle S.T.liarrli, " UllMlDOl OIOlMt lll'Kjt r.r.iiiii, J.S. Hoiku, " Tho Farm Ccasists of 333 Aerei, PKNETHATES " W. A. Trlbble, W.F. Walton " well ImproMd with good new residence, M.J. Miller, Ml.V.rnot J.UColller.CiabOrcU'd EIGHT GREAT STATES und ull necessary outbuildings, audi us olllce In tliejurd. M . 0 Elmore, tilaufonl, Kentucky. Tcnnoaaee, Virginia, Georgia Ac Also splendid slatted Kortb and South Carolina, orrtcaas. double torii crltw capacity of Jou barrels-t- wo Alabama, Mississippi. tobacco burn (one of which la new), Tlio painting season Is here. We wish to call your attention to the fact tint we stock Uiru und tenant house. ELEUANT J b. Hocker, President; J. J. MclbjUits.Cashlir keep the llcst Heady Mixed I'ultiU, Oils, Varnishes', Urustius1, Ac , iu the market. COMMUNITY within one huudrtd jurd. A A McKluusv Asd.UutCsliler of church, kchool house, hmI olllco and sUire. The farm will bo offered In two ! Between Louisville aur tho South. tracts 1ft acroa with tlio Imnroviineuta 88 acres uiilmiirovcd kuld tracts divided b Our line of Toilet Articles, such at Toolh Hruihes. Huir llrushes, Combt, Soaps, the pike auu: thiu whole, tho bid ur And willing to pay top prices Iu Uasii for Ac , is coiuplete, and of the very best tiuullty. bids accepted which realise the greater sum Chickens, Eggs, ileutliirs. Ducks. Ueese, 130 acres of kuob laud Hie ur six mlUa carefully compouu led from tho I'd rest and iiest drugs ob Turket. Ginseng Yellow Hoot, llceg Wuk, PRESCRIPTIONS distant will go with the farm. Each way between Louisville and Lcilngtoo taluablu Prices reasonable. Wo sollcil,your patronage. lltdesuf all kluus, copiier, nrasa, iron unci Halo will begin at It A, M. Homs. Also will bu lu the market for wool W. A. TUUK. O. P. A d Tenus or 8alu Cash, bulauce See uiu aud get my price before selling, and W&ihlnztou, 1). C. two ear with tl tierceut. Inter get Slut ciuli. Cull at my headiuarturs, tioueuuu W.ll. TAYL0E. A.O.I', A. t. W 1 LETC11EU. Perrlu & 1'uuce's OlUce, ucar Dutiot, blan. Louisville-- , & Ky T. V. Auc'r Dantllle, Ky. Iford, Ky It. UOIII.NSO.N. ..iiu'c PDrTnicQiii ovqiiipu x Tlmrsclay, Auk. It The DIC. REIU FARM, eltuatid at Old Paint N !, 1)9 laclllllea for transacting luslnesj promptly aud than ever Ufoieiu career. Accuunta of luJIvlduals, educlaites,annr Ita long and bonorablt Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. J GivcIIitnaCaH. and ladlvlduala solicited. DIMICTOaS J.G.rtcGlAFyY Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, TOILET ARTICLES e, Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS ua WA1TTBD And Doaltr In One-thir- CRAIG HOCKER. HARNESS, SADDLE1.T, 6TANF0HD, KY. 0., i sj tfci .we. k6!tUJ&tUiiux, i ir r tr w Uy& jtsin mtm