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Jailor Iloss has 12 prisoners -- two for 111 Opposition to Goebcl hn, about mk5TIN(i atciiaiiok- ;, Thursday's session opened with music milshcd, nrnl the LouUvillu uispaicu OIIAUI). Ins usual, Mist Kato lllaln organist, murder, two for malicious cutting, one caused It. Tho following commltteos wero ap- Oeogrnphy was discussed by O. W. Cur for malicious shooting, one for houso Mlclicll Tnylor will mtivoliUheiidlnj: pointed by Chulrman L. It. Hughes: lis, Misses Sallio Carter, Nora Philips breaking, ono for horso stealing and mill to Itolllntr Ktirk, whcro ho has Commlttco on Kotcrtalnmunt: Misses nnd Kale Hltiln and M. J. Hrough nnd tho others for misdemeanors. Mr. Jack Turner, who died last Monbi)ii(jlit n quantity of tlmbor. Ksslu Unroll, Halllu Kdmlainn and An-n- M. K. I'rultt, tho conductor continuing '. Mcatrlco, the llitlu dauchtor of Mr. MoKlnnoy, W. F. White, I). C. It by Impressing tho Importance of day, belonged to Morgnn's command ami Mrs. Zach Polk, Is very low with King. studying It In connection with history. und was n fearless soldier. Since tho ! ! war ho had been engaged In farming gummcrcomplnlnt aud stomach trouble. Committee on Itosoluilons: Misses After recess thu music was led by Mi a Tho next 5th Sunday mcotinif will Annlo MclClnnoy, nixlllo MoWorterand Kato Hoglo organist, when Geography nrd tho only trouble of his life, result- probably bo held at Valloy Oak llnptlst Kate Hoglo, II. H. Young, M. K. was resumed bv Mrs. Unttlo Grcon and cd from tho part ho took in tho killing Hats to Suit Kvcryhody. church, near Mlntonvlllo, this county. Wheoldon. Profs. Davis, Hrough, Swcirongcn nnd of Marlon Sebastian. Miss Muttlo Klkln is attending Crab scorns tou It In about time somo It Commlitco on I'rogrummo: Misses Withers. Miss Kntu Hoglo introduced KimnI democrat was bolnjr named forlhn Kato Illuln ami Lou Hicks, J. F. Kd. History In n very capable manner. K. Orchard Springs. Miss Annie I toys- Hum-oi- l a Mb It lA'Klnlaturc. Caey nr.il mlston, Mrs. Mary J. Co;hran, I'rof. J. L Gooch excused himself, preferring ton Is visiting relatives in Mlddlesboro. territory to canvass In two month. to henr more experienced teachers. In Messrs. Louis Land ram, J. M. Farra, W. Wither. J. W. McWhortor, Jr.. and V. T. At the opening Tuesday, Mrs. J. F. nnswor to u question by Miss Annie J. A. Hurnsldo. A. T. Anderson. It. to show tho Holdam Mtllor took much pain presided at tho organ und l'rof. McKlnney, thu conductor showed that Klnnalrd, J. F. Lear, J. Paul Miller turnout" at tho Liberty fair, J. W. Withers conducted the devotion It was best In teaching history to out- nnd Karl Farra went to Lexington to"worso day, Thursday. o but thoy came out second best. Tholr al exercises, l'rof. Withers continued line tho work nnd divldu and Tho prospect of an Increasing popuordinary ilnllv npK!aranoo, without any the discussion commenced yuslerdny It. Miss Mlnnlo Kubanks asked whether dlsgulso, ought to havo Riven them tho and argued that tho mind of a child Kentucky or U. S. History should bo lation has caused parties to arrange to premium. naturally grows right und loves knowl taught flrst und tho conductor said the open two more drug stores, which will ( mnko four, with 10 groceries, threo !f!); Thieves entered ltobcrt Cowun s edge. Ho Imprcsted upon tho teachers latter should be. Messrs. Prultt,. Alpine Hats, Kai road Hats, house when he was away lait week and tho dangerous results of nn erroneous and Hrough furtbir elucida- hnrdwarc stores, flvo clothing houses, 4 drygoods stores, 12 lawyers, seven docstole u quantity of Hour and bacon. Tho study of de.ltiltlons.i'uplU must havo tho ted the subject. scamp left tho door and yardnato general Idcaof tho term und distinguish At tho uftcrnoon session, Mies Hulllo tors nnd eight blind tigers. It will rev open and hogs Kot In and did additional it from all others. It is tho duty of tho Kdmlston wui organist. Penmanship quire an Incrcaso In population to supdamage, by breaking Jars, cooking teacher to lead tho pupil to the general was discussed by Mrs. Cochran und tho port this gang. .. VCSSCls, itl. Ilronn Hats, Pearl Hats, Illack Hats; In fact almost any hat wanted. Sj Messrs. II. C. Hamilton and Shirley Idea and then by proor questions to conductor and Arithmetic by W. T. McDowell Jones killed a blue orano Impress it tiKin him. White, M. K. Whccldon and tho con- Llkln aro agents for tbo Hlchmond 'It on Indlnn creek n few days ago that ivi.xuie opening oi me afternoon ses ductor. Judge T. Z. Morrow, who hud Steam Laundry, with olllco In the .....,, r..,l alt fret from tin to tip. and sion, Miss Hallio Kdmlston led II tho once been a teacher, addressed tho Hamilton houso. Mrs. H. L. Klkln is , fi very 111. Dr. W. S. Klkln, of Atlanta, LU wni four feet S Inches high. It win on music. Primary reading was Introduc imtltuto and mailo it proud that so disand Mr. ed by N. W. tho wing when fired upon arrived Wednesday afternoon to conHughw, followed In dis- tinguished a citizen had honored It. Jonci says It roado a much noise as u cussion by l'rof. Withers. Tho former Tho Institute closes this morning, sult with tho attending physicians, railroad wreck when It struch tho emphasized tho Importance of knowing when ull tho teacners will carry nwuy Drs. W. N. Hush und I. S. Wesley. If Our Good? Give SatUfnction, Tell Others, If Not, Tell Us. ground. thu child's dlK)sltlon und tho latter pleasant recollections of Crab Orchard, Master Ware and Miss Lottlo McHob From ii to 30 wagons loaded with said that tho step between the known where they spent n most profitable erts havo gone to LaGrango to vlrt rellaves, tlmbor and shingle pa thro' and the unknown should bo as short as week. atives. town dally on tholr way to McKlnncv tioulblc. Miss Kaslc llurch discussed On Monday when tho preliminary NEWS 0FTHEVICIHA6E. for shipment to Cincinnati and other Intermediate Heading In a manner, trial of Gtll Prather was called, chargjiolnt. William Holden ha bought rit which showed her capability of teaching him with tho murder of Robert The Ilrodhcad fair, best-othe Kind largu tract of timber of tho Coulu-ing it. I'rof. Withers advised that In In the State, Aug. 2.'i 2.. Burton, Hon. It. II. Tomllnson, reprehelr on Indian crook and will move a addition to the regular text, supplemen-- isTho L. & N. Is preparing to extend senting the defendant, waived examican pur- tary reading bo raw mill to It hi soon as ho furnished at tho teach- Its Kast Hernstadt branch to Mutches nation und Judgo Hurnsldo sent him to chase ons. jail without olT'iring any bail. A numer's OXH!UtO. tcr. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Albright, of Hon. I'ontulno Fox Dobbin Introduc- Thieves entered u country storo In ber of witnesses wero recognized to apIlrodhcad, camo down to attend tho od tho subject of spoiling and discussed Adair but didn't take uny thing but u pear before the grand jury on Tueswedding laU week. it in his chaiacterlstlcly Hanoy-Coultday, 22. eloquent way lot of siiutT In Good Clothing. They returned homo Saturday. Dr. U. Ho promised to discuss tho "Old Hluc In h vision of 1050, I saw the AmeriT. N. Kd wards sent In his resignation J. Godby Is at homo from Alma, Tonn., Hack Speller" with Judge T. .. Mor- as postmaster of Lawrcnccburg, on uc- - can Hag bearing the inscription "Wo .whero ho went to take Dr. Ilnnoy's row at u later day and thu teachers uro man's Klghts. ' Women wero at the nnurit (if placo while that gentleman wan here looking forward to It with pleasant anAll the coal operators In the Middles-- 1 head of the army nnd navy nnd held I a ticipations. marrying. Tho doctor says Alma uiucuuns oi me country. Acting as Must be reduced, and therefore we aro givinj; you $13.50, 112 and 810 Suits for boro district agreed to ralso wages T. S. II. Uugh placo. H. S. Young, Mrs. Dctllo Green and per cent. Sept. 1. jurors, their sons wero never convicted Hume Hros., of Klchmond, have of cr'me. I saw a race of nigmies. the There aro about 120 In aitondanoe at I'rof. Davis each shoued by their re marks that, although working by diff- bought tho controlling Interest in tbo men being threo fcot high, weighing Mlddloburg Academy. 30 pounds and I was told that they were Bldcr J. Q. Montgomery preached at erent methods, they havo been success new electric light plant In that town. ful In teaching lulling. Miss Arthusa Gov. Gen. Urookc has nptolnted Lt. the descendants of the cigarotto smok- See for yourself ami toll tour friends. Kemember these good things are Koinir and tho Christian church Sunday and tho Cloy U asked tho question, "Aro rules Commander Luclen Yoang, of Ken- ers of 1S&9. Young ladles watch your pulpit wait QHcd Sunday night by llro. beneficial In teaching spelling?" In tucky, to bo commander of thu MANY OTHElt SUCH IUHOAINS. jwrt cf beaux. Hardin Hatter. In consldeaing tbo many advantages discussing Advanced Heading, Misses Havana. Tho outlook for corn U far more John und George Ueeves, who escap- to be derived from the extension of the promising than It was a fow week ago Florence Hlbb und Annio MclClnnoy presented homo good thoughts In awak ed from the Frankfort penitentiary two Southern ralway, wo should not lose At any rate our people are not going to onlng interest. Several questions were years ago, were captured near Tyrone, sight of tho fact that Bovlo county slarva for tho want of corn bred. farmers get .1 cts. more for their wheat time to name a asked by Young, I'rultt, Miss McKIn-nc- y in Anderson county. Now Is tho opiwrtuno & Co.. L. und satisfactorily unswercd by 136. Green Alder fatally out Isaac Halns than we do, on account of competing candidate for representative and tho near Williamsburg. Tho wives of tho roads. Now wo ship about 200,000 bushparty would do honor to luelf bosido Wednesduy mornlng'tt sosslon began men had trouble, which caused tbo els of wheat aud we would save $0,000 IIustonviu.k, Kv., Aug. 3, 1899. electing their man If thoy would only with music, Miss Nora Philips presid- husbands to becomo Involved. annually on that Item alone. Wo would name either William or Ilrynnt Sumo, ing at tho organ, and devotional exerGreen Grlllln, charged with the mur- savo as much or tnoro on hemp, tobacof Jamestown. Now or rover. who were caught cises by Prof. Withers. On Language der of Kd Fisher, was acquitted at his co and live slock, which would make a Many democrats, Lessons, Mlssas Arthtisa Cloyd and An- examining trial at Manchester, the saving of J2o,000 annually to tho farmnapping with thu Loulsvillo Dluteh, naturally wondering what organ na Gooch udvanccd some practical evidence tending to show that ho shot er, to say nothing of tho Increase in uro Gknts: You will please liml unclosed check for one tho value of his land. The town peonext to trust and at tho name time hurl- thoughts, followed by that veteran In democratic teacher, Prof. M. J. Hrough, who ImSix prisoners, threo white men and ple would bd uqiiully benefited In sav- Tiger Disc Plow, or in other words, the best plow ing dcllanco at the pressed tho idea that you must teach that I three Negroes, escaped from Nicholas-vlllujtttb- y ing on freight rates on coal, merchansheet, which botruyed the party at tho dise, etc. Let us go to work and raise tho child good lunguuge by using it sawing tho bars of a winlevonth hour. Urcy Woodson's have ever seen. Messenger I yourself and having him do so. l'rof. dow. Tho white men wore caught, money for tho right of way and our Twlco people will have mado a paying ubout tho bom campaign paper thoy can Withers said that u child should be but tho Negroes arc still nl largo. J am plowing clover land that was grazed last year and taught language in all of his school Hurry Winters, u boy of 12, who gjt. This paper they can got fioui now duties by proxir questioning und hedg claims ho was persuaded away from his until tho election of Mr. Ooebel for a mowed this year. It is awful hard and dry, but the old PHKACHKHSYILLK. ing, irois. uavw ana I'rultt gavo homo at Gadsden, Ala., by u band of II Hurler. their pluns as used in tho school room. Gypsies, was rescued from them ut Tho wife of Juck Turpln, colored, Tiger is doing the work for it, and don't you forget it. Ocorgo McAnlnoh received a telegram early Monday morning from Misses Annie Dunn und Nora Phllln Liberty by J. J. Henson, of Columbia, died of consumption Monday morning. Mr. Amon bought several calves IJIoomlngton, 111., conveying tho sad Introduced Tcohnlcul Grammar, follow- who saw an advertisement which gave 1 would not be without one for anything in the bounds from various parties here, prices from Intelligence of tho death of liU eon, ed In thu discussion by Kov. Gashwilcr tho boy's description. Prof, Withers. Tho sentence "To An unsuccessful attempt was mado to 820to2J. II. G. Cummins bought a of reason. Durham. Durham was a brakeman ou and u Is wrong" was placed on tho blow open tho safe In tho storehouse of buggy horso for 830. a train between llloomlngton & St. kill man Mr. nnd Mrs. F. F. Cummins spent l,ouls and ho met an accident Sunday board und Conductor Withers decided Illncs, Swopc A: Co, ut Science Hill, Wishing you and the tiger Disc Plow great success, that tho Ititlnttlvn "to kill" has no eueo which resulted In brenking up tho fur several duys with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. evening, which proved fatal. Tho burial while tho teachers were divided on tho niture In tho ioston!cc, kupt In tho Lawrence ut KIrksvllle. Dave Thomp- am, were shipped homo for Yours truly, T. J,. CAUPEXTER. and will bo Interred today, (Wednes- question, Mlssos Kate Hlalu, Annlo same building. Mr HInus was awak son, Jr., visited his grandfather in day), In Green Klver cemetery. De- Dunn and Messrs. Gushwller, IJaugh, ened and tired ut the cracksmen, who Uockcastlo last week. iuo mother or m. iJeBord died ut ceased was about 21 years of ago and Davis, Martin tnil I'rultt each contrib made their uscapo minus booty. uting to tho Interesting discussion. his homo Tuesday morning, after long single. suffering with u cancer. She was a HUBBLE. Mies Myrtle Hughes presided at tho Maj. Dickson, of llogsott Military member of tho Baptist church and was Academy, visited Fred Durham last organ at tho oponlng in thu afternoon. Yeager S. Dunbar is having Church STANFORD, KY. week. Joo Itoblnson, n young lawyer Honorary mombors wero named us fol and James HulTman to build nliu a a woman whom every ono liked. Tho Wliliam Shelton, President. Campbollsvllle, visited Messrs. Ogg lows: Kov. J. H. Gashwilcr, Prof. W. granorv. C. C. Cover sold u lot of funeral wis hold at tho Baptist church of Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Departments, Music, Art, Klocu-lio- n mid Mooro Tuesday. K. C. Waltoo.tho C. Grlnstead und J. F. Hoberts. W. wethers to Gcorgo Wood ut 3c. T. C, by Kov. W. T. B. White, Wednesday at and and Physical Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 4th. Send for catalogue to populur 1. J. man, was In our little city K. Sweurongon, who novcr fails to say Hankln bought some slock hogs of A 10 o'clock MUS. NANNIK S. SAl'KI.EY, Lady Principal. tho fair. something good, introduced Psycholo- M. Luce, Hen Hughes und others at 3L last week en route homo from llEllllor t'UOMTHKliUN Vm the lull that hit U II Mridm.ii of SV.srl. Fred Gillette and Kdgur Miller wero in gy. D. C. King showed that he is ablo George Wood told 102 ewes to Sam and War It Cincinnati Sunday Booing tho sights. to upply psychological knowledge und Joo Kmbry for J 100. Ho ulso shipped Midi , In the I'll IInnitM lor rjuw.1 horrible I lctr. .1) yiari uiimiMriiiiiiKiiii Thin Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. Arnhn Salts rurnl It lit Oum Cut, llrulxa, Owen uud Michael Hush returned to common scus3 In his touching und Prof. a car load of hogs Wednesday, which llurui, lUli. l'i'lou, (i.rui, SLlu l.rup'lun. lWit i iisrurvuu earui. their homo In Indianapolis Sunday. M. Davis emphasized tho Imperative need cost him some time back ubout 3iu. iruia t Ik)s luieuuaruu iJ li'i.l. evU by I'ciiuy. Driiftltt Taylor and ton, Jason, loft Monday for of knowing a child's mind In order to Dr. Klnnalrd was called to soo John -( ( -'- , I). They will bo absent teach him or discipline him. Miss Sal. Grandln, N. The toothing and healing properties of Wallers Sunduy night, who was danubout four week. Albert Kcenoy ao llo Carter and Mcsrs. F. F. Ilobbitt gerously 111 for a short tlmo with chol- Chambrrlaiu's Cough lEcmedy, its pleasand Gashwilcr made vuluablu sugges- era morbus, but is Improviugnow. Mrs. ant taste aud piotnpt and permanent companled them, but will not return. Mill Work. Tho rads aro almost tickled to death tions und I'rof. Grlnstead urged tho Flunk Itlgney Is golog to visit relative cures, havo mado it a great favorite with Metal Hoofing. over tho split In thu dumocrucy and, of careful study of a curtain text book on with Mrs. W, C. Floyd In Indiana In a the people everywhere. Fur bale by Cwlg course, calling Drown und Ills coterlo tho subject, which was further elucida- fow days. Mrs. S. K. lllco und sons & Hucker, Druggists. im all kinds of good names. Thu fact Is ted by Conductor Withers. Hon. Fon- huvo rented their farms (or next year VI runs. thuy only seo tho split In tho ranks of taine Fox Uobbut took up tho romuln-do- r und will go to Texas about tho 1st of I suffered 23 years wltli u cough, uud of tho session In un cxhuustlvo tho euemy und fall to soo tho Orwell in October. They will bo badly missed spent hundred of dollur with doctor uud tho runks of their own party. Of course discussion of Psychology. in tho community, yet wo hope they fur ineuli'lno to no uvhII until I ued or. Tho open session ut tho Christlun may Hod tho undertaking both pleus- - llell'a wo mourn (V) tho loss of Young John, but Thl remedy Tho painting Reason Is here. We wish to call your attention to the fact that wo every voto ho poll is u half vote for church Wednesday night was lurgoly unt und protltuble. Mrs. O. K. Miller make teak luuj; .t roug-- It hu taved tuy , keep the llcst Heady Mixed PaiuU, Oils, VarnUhes, lirushci, &C , in tho market. Goebel, us tho rads will udmlt tout uttouded and upparontly much enjoyed und Mrs. M. H. Kubanks took In tho life J. II. Itoull, Uruuuburt. IH Taylor would huvo recolved ul least by tho audience. It begun with tmislo Lexington fr.tr this week. Miss Kctta ! WOUklNU Mlllir ASU PAY two thirds of thu bolting element had by tho orchestra, followed by u capital Selvcrs.jul Louisville, Is visiting Mrs. The Iiulnt null uikhtlot Utile Ikluz llnl tt ljf 1'ilU i:,rrr .lll thuy no ticket. Urown Is an aid to de- address by Prof. J. W. Withers; music Muck Kubanks. KU u.l U Dr. kluitT Our lino of Toilet Articles, such an Tooth Hrushee. Hair llrushe. Combi, Soaps, ilubula of uaillli, that uto-datand of the very best quality. mocracy und will provo u boomcrung by tho choir; solo by Miss Llllio Pey ttakiivM lutu iitrfualh. ILllm....... lm. iIkiim &c , is complete, u..uv.... compounded from tho ton; declamation by M. L Prultt; lulu uieuul imirrr. Tlivjr'ra wouUerlui Noau Fluloy, Negro, who robbed u Irdu-IJiC. o. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully solicltjyour patrouage. Purest aud Best drug oh with tho rads. I'UIIIIIIIJI U. IU. Il.tlllU. tamable, Prices reasonable. Wo quartette, Misses Kdmlston und Messrs, muu on u hlghwuy In Virginia of bit SoM ti, l'rnur,l'ruiuUt, l)ul)'Wnul vr J, 13. Miles, tho Frankfort miller, has Lewis and Prultt; select reading, Mis watch und money, has been sontouccd Tburo uro Wi naloon In LouUvillo usslgned, with liabilities $100,000 und I'.ssiu Uureh and solo by Miss Jumcs. to death under tho now law, making Si and licenses aro being taken out dally. Ml Annlo MeKInuoy read tho "Instl- - highway robbery u capital offense. aeasta nearly that amount, van- ' 1 io -- I I 1 I I HATS ! HATS HATS ! Linen Hats, Straw Hats, "Vool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, n Soft Hats, I I I Stetson Hetts 1 1 H. i V .;;Z;;. ZJJ J. MffCkFl?F?T - M f A Warm Feature Slaughtering PriceS cr OUR ENTIRE STOCK S7.50 I 'Phone r. J. Frohman THB GLOBB, Danville. Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, I Stanford Female College, lluik-lon- 'i A. asmE, STAHFORD;Ky, m Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES o . N-- w 1 lunr-iiu- 111 li, CRAIG HOCKER. l. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., -- Ate n, 1899 W. T. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. WII.UAM OOKIIKI. Tor Uentensnt OoTcrnor. .1. & W. HKCKHAM. Tor Alloinff (lenfral, II. J. IIUKCKIXItllKlF, Tot (lomnor, tor Asxlltor, (II'SO COUl.TKn. S- - for Treasurer, W. IIAOV.1t. For Secretary of & HUKCK but. HIM. IIAItnY JICCIIKSNEY. for Commllnr of ARrlnilturf. I0MI-.VAI.I For lUllroAil Commissioner. c. For llfpresentatlte, r- - jitciioiiii. NORTH- 31. V at a down orators who or spoke eloquently and logically for the democratic ticket. The speccn 01 Evan K. Scttlo at Frankfort, was perhaps tho moat elaborate and has produced the most favorable comment since ho was a warm partisan of Gen. Uardln beforo tho convention. lie staid with tho general all through as ho had In two other bitter races before, and says he saw nothing in tho last convention that had not been practiced before innumerable times In the conventions of all parties, not only In this Stato but In others. But for tho corporations, which arc fighting our nominee more bitterly than they havo over fought a democrat In tho State, there Ho would bo no bolters' movement. , went for Brown foro and aft and paid his respects to "poor old Maj. Johnston" in a way that senile Individual must despise, claiming that Billy Breckinridge had made him beliovo that he was a power In Kentucky politics. He also went for tho Morning Distress, the popular name for the Louisville Dispatch, ana complimented the Courier Journal as the only reliable and trustworthy metropolitan paper In the Stato. The story that the Confederates would not support Mr. Goebel, Is an Insult to their manhood. There aro a few following In the steps of Longstreet.Ma-hon- e and Billy Breckinridge, but they are widely scattered. In conclusion ha paid a high tribute to the public and private life of Senator Goebel, whom every democrat should love for the enemies he has made and for his splendid light for tho people against tho growing encroachment of their rights by tho corporations. At Richmond Congressman G. G. Gilbert mado a strong plea forthetlcketandfordem-ocrat- s to lay aside all pereonal matters and rally to the redemption of the State from republican rule. It was a good beginning of a canvass that promises to bo tho warmest In tho history ' of the Stato and which promises to redound to democratic success. Tun campaign was opened more-- places Monday by do Ignored tho ' for I would havo been expected to as Kcdwlno did, and I wouiu navo uonu law and Oov. Bradley nnd arranged with thn hnnks to nav drnfu drawn by as ho did." C. M. Kandall, of London, has been his son. Tho law expressly rays that o appointed general deputy Intornal ho shall not leave without tho approval collector. of tho governor and that no assistant At Paris. Hon. J. C. Beckham "read shall bo recognized except on tho enMr. It. l' dorsement of tho govornor. Long want a signed statement from which Mr. Sholbyvlllo, in to neglect the buslnoss, for which tho I'cake, of whllo after tho Stato navs him. to run tho republican I'cako says thnt a short Brown governor, who Is t ..i...iiin nnnvontlnn campaign, but tho would trying to'do his duty ns God gives him told him (I'cakol thai ho (Brown) support tho ticket nommatou ut sco that duty, very light to that ho shall do so at tho -- tit,, .ml that ho would mako speeches oxporso of tho State, when tho law Is advocating Us election as n whole." linn. W. B. Smith, ol Kicnmonu cxnrcsslv to the contrary, oov. iirau lnv's nctlon In tho matter Is commend- - navs: Tho democrats of Madison couued by right thinking men of both par- -' ty will all be In lino on olcctlon day, ........ tics and further adds to tils ciaim ior'and I predict tno ciccuuu u In. Stato ticket by n decisive majority that popular npproval. wilt bo tho opening gun to servo notice TIIK I.NTKKIOK JOCKSAl. has no upon tho republican party 01 us overmore doubt that Goobol will bo elected throw In 1000. This Is no time for nny than that the sun shines. Tho bolters faithful democrat to hesitate, halt or will nnlv serve to mako truo democrats falter, but let us all kcop step to tho thn mnro determined. The wholo aim time of tho music. of tho bolt from tho beginning has been Hunt. Bovlo O. Itodes, of D.tnvlllc, thn ilofn.it nf tho Stato nnJ National aoratcbod Bryan In ISM, said to democratic tickets and tho continuation thn Cincinnati Knmiiror: "1 know of In tho State Sad nntlon of republican t.,if nnn ilnmncrat In Boyle county who nrncnrnorntlon rule. Kvon tho adroit will bolt Goebel or our Stato ticket management of tho corporation agents nn,l thn trold standard mon nro swing has failed to conceal this and tho eyes inr Vinok Into line beautifully. Tho of democrats aro becoming thoroughly .nminotlnn nf Judoo It. J. Breckln opened to the situation. ridge for attorney general has touched ... .. . ,, tr. our neonlo deeply, and wo know It was 11 Tho response ........ r ' . r duo to Senator Goebel. open mDiri.u.K " "" will bo enthusiastic in- - Iron, our democrats their strongest strongholds, would W(J raaor, an dlcate that they nro not suro of any- - " nf ,ho .ickc, a8 thing this time. Taking thcwho.ocrow Yes, nil the Stono and Uardln nf candidates there to preach rcpubll certain. conducting carrying coals men In our county are can doctrine seems like themselves Jlke truo democrats." tii Now Castle, but tho committco Statcsmon and "The Tlrao-tnb- lo knnw its business, doubtless, and wants u ol tho candi Schedule politicians tho to feel one day at least thai variety, In other words the Agdates aro In the homo of their friends. gregation of Amalgamated Kickers, The Louisville Post and other repub which tho Louisville & Nashville Raillican ihcets aro trying to creote tho road Company has called to meet In Imtirpusion that Senator Blackburn Is a Tj.initon next week." Is the way tho very sick man and will bo unablo to fill Courier Journal designate tho squeal his appointment Saturday or any for ers and asks: "How uro these runcn nnd some time. The Senator has been a and Judy, half-horuouisviuu .v little sick, but Is all right now and tho tor, is for a pur- - Nashville political brakemen and mor He about his severe Illness al conductors, how do they expect to psse. Tkkabukrr Loso has you aro to converso with nono horo but men, who tmvo the samo politics as wc, you will do precious llttlo talking. UNO AND STOCK. The BRODHEAD FAIR AUGUST 23, OlTer liberal premium rov-cnu- Corn Is soiling at I2.2.i at tha crib 2:01 pace In 24 AND 25. fins. on nil D Garrard. Searchlight won tho falo In 2:0.11. at Buf- v. natur-nllirnhta- ww Wood 10O owe at $ I. Ton thoroughbred South Down buck lambs for sale. K. 1'. Woods. J. T. June sold to S. T. Harbison & for Co. a gelding for cavalry purpose $30. Isaiah White sold to Beazloy nros. a gelding for C5. J. H. Honaker bought In Adair 10 mules nt JJ. to $S,". S. J. Kmbry bought of Gcorgo T. PACING RACES BACH DAY. CAKE WALK Baby Show, Worst Turnout and Mule races are some 01 une many features for 1st day. In fact you can havo more real fun for 1om money than is .1 Wills Iho Secretary for a premium lint. A.RAIJIliIOHT,Scey.,J TIIOS. CIIKKUY. Ttrn. ny (air In tho Stale Don't I I TROTTING, RUNNING-AN- C. T. Sandldgo won tbo promlum In m the aged saddle stallion ring nt Lex- l'KOTHKROK. Tie.. ington over u big field. s Southdown buck lambs IS nnd yearling bucks for sale. Sco S. It. Cook, of Cook Springs. Rowland, Ky. The Adalr News ays that over 1,500 peoplo attended the dedication of tho Baptist church at White Oak Sunday. Mossrs.T. L. Llllard and Richard Cobb, Jr., havo roturncd from Clark county, where they bought a drove of first-clas- ii,i BrieflyTold A conclio ! er "7: l,i... ',',. Shorthorns. Kansas Is figuring on a .102,000.000 bushel corn crop, which Is 100,000,000 bushels as excess of the previous banner year, 1M9. Messrs. Blrdwhlstcll A; Buckley, of tho Anderson News, havo our thanks for ticket and Invitation to attend tho fair to bo held at Lawrencoburg, Aug. 15 18. but Intr resting li.l nf Itargalns In our Augtut Clestancc Sale. All sum-mgoods must be cleared out nt once to make room for the arrival of our large stock nf new Kail Goods bought at low prices and lielng forced upon us now by the Manufacturers, Now is Your Chance to Buy Big Bargains at the Louis' ville Store. TiiF.Dallv Covins ton Commonwealth, which declined to support tho demo cratic ticket, has suspended. Hud It remained true to democracy IV wouiu not have died, but It felj from graco and dying leaves few to mourn its end. why did Brown chango his mind after he stated that ho would stump tho stako for Goebel f That's easy, 'ino U. & N's oiler was too tempting for a man of Tiik innocent Louisville Times asks his calibre. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. Judge Emery Whltaker, vlllo, Is dead. Former Gov. V. of Mays- - Y. Atkinson, of 10 Georgia, days. Is dead, after an Illness of fivr Hon. James A. McKenzIo announces will support Goebel and tbo whole ticket. Hon. W. J. Brvan will spend 10 days In Kentucky speaking for tho democratic ticket. IIoL'iaw Tavlor was first a democrat, John Youno Brown furnished tho then a populist and finally a republican. republicans most of their ammunition To h 1 with turncoats.' for their fight against Gen. Hardin In Judf?o R. J. Breckinridge and Con IStto. He Is a bitter personal enemy of gressman Settle will speak at Bowling the general and would do any thing ho Green tomorrow utternoon. , could against him but stand up and Democrats of Fulton have arranged tight him like a man. Ho aJvlsed that give a big barbecue on the 15th, the Goebel make the Tate defalcation, day on which Goebel and Blackburn when Uardln happened to be attorney speak there. general, the battle cry against him and Dr. C. J. Walton. who was Stato sought to procure evidence that ho senator, was unanimously nominated profited by it. His malignity knows no by the republicans for representative democracy from Hart. bounds and his goes glimmering when he can make a SamuolS. Shepard, of Georgetown, paint against a democratic enemy with has resigned as chief clerk in register tho republicans. Hardin's supporters of land ofi.ee to become secretary of the know Brown's attitude towards their republican campaign committee favorlto and ho will get precious few Tho Howllnir Green bolters have votes from them and precious few from canceled tho call for a convention Sat- uny other source when It Is generally urday. There will be no bolters mere known that the L. & X. is using him as after Settle and Breckinridge speak a tool to elect the republican nominee naiauernuon. for governor. K. Ingram was elected by A CLUli of ladles at Columbus, O., thn murvUtr;,tna nl llpll COIinlV. On mu :..: -.: ,.t" havo resolved that tbey will eschew tho urst.77. lor county juuge 10 mi mu bauoi kissing habit both with themselves and vacancy caused by tho death of Judge the members of the masculine persua- James Farmer Neat. sion. To u man who has recently been Tho Boyle county democrats will over most of the Buckeye State, the hold a convention on tho 2let to noml- resolution seems to be in tho naturo of uuuj u uuuuiuuvu mr unuuv,iu tiupereogatlon. There may bo women the vacancy. W. Graham I'rlco has in Ohio thut might tempt a man to os- announced for tho olllco. culation, but In four days' travel wc The retmbllcan candidates and cam didn't see one. Tho lips of the average paign committee have decided to open Ohio woman do not seem to havo been their eamgalgn at London Aug. 22 by rally of mountain republiconstructed for kissing purposes. an y cans, with all the republican candi "Gokiiel's Beer." Largo signs dates on hand, loaded with speeches, bearing those words met our eye on Hon. James Garnctt, Jr., of Adair, ovcry side ut Detroit the other day. It whom tho bolters havo been talking Is said to bo a very excellent brand, about naralnc for attorney goneral, oven bettor than I'abst, but this of publishes u letter saying that his name U hearsay and not legul course used by tbo squealers without Tho beer man Is no relative of is being knowledge or consent, and that as our Billy, wo will say for tho benefit of his has always done, ho will support the tbo prohibitionists. Our Billy is en- he. regular nominees this year. Garnctt gaged entirely at present In making was chairman of tho Frankfort convenvotes and ho seems to bo meeting with McCbord. decided success which has always tion that nominated that Clarence K. Woods says In tbo Richcrowned tbe efforts of his life. mond Climax: To the writer this poALTOKLD, tho Illinois anarchist, who litical purist, W. II. Sweeney, of was so severely "crushed" when ho ran albeit an old friend of the editor, us a bolter for mayor of Chicago mado this statement on tho corner of against Harrison, says that Goebel Fifth and Jefferson, Louisville, mark ought to bo crushed. Misery loves tVm wiirila! "I did not cura for thn company, but this arch flood of democ- chairmanship. I know by being defeatracy will not have Mr. Goobel for a ed I lost tho prestige of tbo place, but I companion. also escaped the ouiura attacuea to It, that ho f Head every Item: :ttl Ladies' French Woven Cornels, 21 to &1, llc, former prices II. Kmbry bought .101 1,100 Anything In Ladles Short Waist Coricli I3c. former prices 75c. pound cattle In this county Tuesday at ."c. Tnuv are nil for cxiiorl and nro 6ald to bo extra good ones. -- Ml. Sterling Gazette. D. C. Terhuno Aj Co. broke the rec ord, Monday, for one day's buying of For cheap Percales, Windsor nnd Sea Island brand. 5c, lortner prices PJjc. mule colts. They purchased 1M, and, Just received a full lino Garniture Skirting all sondes only Wc. former prlrct 11.55 Penn with 29 others, shipped them to , A few summer drew Skirts left In dark nnd light linen and duck, to doc. 0W-sylvania. Tho prices ranged from f 10 to .'10. A few extra sugar colts were former prices II Solid Pique in Hints Kyo and Itedford stripe only 10c, former price 15c bought at J12.W) to 17.50. Wills .V Broadwell, of Cynthlana, were here, court day, und bought 3 young mules help Bryau by electing the republican at from J15 to I0. A quantity of new . Stato ticket? That Is what wo want to corn has been sold at $1.73 jwr burrul know. And there are a number of gen In tho Duncan neighborhood. Hur tlemen up a tree who want to know tho rodsburg Sayings. Guaranteed cipial to nny 10c quality only 5r. same thing." Men's Illcjrhed Drill Drawers, ribbed ankles worth 50e, to go this week for 35c, Cheap Excursion to Atlantic City. of Missouri, the Gov. W. J. Stone, August 17, tho Chesavice chairman and acting chairman of On Thursday, soil round the democratic National committee, peake .t Ohio Railway will and one of the best known men in tho trip tickets to Atlantic City and Cnio country, writes to National Committee Mav at 14 for tho round trip from 15 man llrov Woodson that "It is cntiroiy Lexington, tickets good returning s will be allowed ut days. A crmh In crtslt hats. Anything In Men's or Hoys Crash Linen lints only ll'c. clear to me that Kentucky democrats Just received an elegant and nobby line of Ladies' walking hats, cycle and golf should lav aside mere iicrsonal consid Washington, Baltimore, and Philadel will shape 75c, eration nnd strive to elect tho ticket phia In elthor direction, which Choice this week of I.vlisw' trimmed h.iU trie. nomlnntcd nt Louisville. Tho loss of enable merchants to mako a very cheap Kentucky to tho demourats nt this time trip from Philadelphia to New York will would be a serious blow to tho party In before tbev return home. Ticket New York the nation. Therefore I say that the lie good going on the regular ,imncrnt of Kentucky should put limited train leaving Lexington ut 11 also on Clothing stock Is full aside all personal differences for the A. M., Thursday, August lith, leaving nl And get prices. We can save you 25 r rent. Our Shoe and tlmn belnr? and rally as one man to re the Washington Express of clrilcc bargains. aro deem the State and put It again safely at 8:50 v, X. Sleeping car berths Am our spare Is full we ennnot give prices, we invite you to come and tee for your No other 1 through to Atluntic City. In the democratic column." such a variety of self. excursion can offer nnd sido trips as interesting stop-oveBRIEF NEWS NOTATION. does this trip to Atlantic City. In In Thodrvswon In Hays' precinct to the trip to tho seu shore, stop Clinton by a largo majority. cun be made at Whlto Sulphur and . Gen. Toral, who surrendered hantia-co- Covington, Va. For sleeping car reThe Chcaieit lloiue'.in Town. has been acquitted by tho Spanish servations or any other Information, government for the act. write or call on George W. Barney, & Col. Alford Williams, a veteran 01 P. A., Lexington, Ky. - in Mexican und civil wars, died In the T.D. HANKY, Manager. HAIL- SPECIAL KATF.S VIA Madison county, aged 76. WAY. MOSS, a SOV- Ilranch atorci at ElUabetlitown.;Klkton, Owensboro. .Shelby villr, Versailles, Jl.uilie' Tr. Ilnnrv rnnntV. LOOltt girl, was accidentally shot Anilcroon county fair. LnwrenCi'liurR. town, Hopklnavllle. Madisonvillc. Morcnnlield, (ieorgciuwn Kv.. Clnrlnvllli'. Tiiin. Onu faro for the rouml Ky., Aup.. o"o"b o o o'o o o und killed by her brother, wno was trip. TloLvU on .ile 13th. Iltli, lTtli. and cleaning a pistol. o for mornlnc traliin Aug. IMIi, llrulted for o havo been return tliu lUtli. o All o - - United States troops ho0 btatodtmoorutlc convention. Lexington. o o ' fort. Aup. ICll. One nnd lrd fare fur the - --- "- . Cab B..an..uK -- . round trip. Sale Aujj. 15th and for morning ress anu me u; It Is now estimated that tho loss oc- train tho ICth. limited for return the 10th. !n Texas bhelhy county whlto fair, fhelbyvllle. -ecas One faro for the round trip. of Auj. 818,000,000, amounts to o - FOIl o uo bale :2nd, 23rd, '.Mill und for morning trains o which sum represents tho cotton o the '.'5th. final limit Aug. SClli. o o blielliy county colored fair, b'helhyvllle. J .., aoo.000 to feed the army o o I v Aug. Dllth. ait und b'ept. Ut. One faro for o o d d June .10. wncn the round trip, bale Aug. UOth, Jlut, und o ordinary subsUlence appropriation morning train b'ept. Ut, Hnul limit bept. o the JohnB. Holler-than-tho- YOUR CHANCE ! se half-dlll- ga holler-than-tno- u, 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS. Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. Stop-over- Look at Our Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY CO., Proprietors.! 000 0000000000000 0000 00060 bo .,... -- 1 h" '"" " CO TO .). om-th- f ntloo M'Robcrts, tlje Druggist, Oils, &c, f one-thi- rd .'.-2- Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and ut. :i,.7 ta"'JWS i.... ..... '.'ud. refused to pardon tho Loulavlllu colored fair nuuiclutlon, LouU- i. One f.iru for tho round r.ni iir.ulm-,-1 who were lined vlllo, Aug. 1 .' ruimiu. w wv... rop accca conspiracy to con- - trlii. halo Auc. 55 th und Mtli, ilnal limit cftch Auk. 2. lc(J of ooali LnuWvllIu und Jeffenou county colored struck Ponce, I'orto HI- - fair, Louisville. Aug. hurricane Ono fure round to ovcrilow. trip, b'ale Aug. 15th and Kith. Hnul limit caUBw tho rivers hundrcd uVM woro lost. Tho the 21st. . ..mounts to OVCf jlWAW. Tor further Information call on ncaret nuflered tho worst (lro In her Agent Southern lly. VM. II. TAYLUH. A. Mem. six tine business housos being O. 1'. A.. Louisville, Ky. including that of Perry Jef- o o o o At The Lowest Cash Prices. o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOQrt O THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been reThla In now the most cently equipped with the marvelous Anaatigiuat Icmc; the new discovery In optical science, I wish to aay to tho Ladles that all-da- ovl-don- burned, ferson with WO.OOO iwunds of tobacco. Commander St. John, of tno war vessays: "Gen. Otis Is a sil sol Peacock, ly old fool, un old woman, utterly in competent to manago tho campaign which confronts him In tho Philip pines, und at least 6,000 bravo und courageous fellows havo been sacrificed by his uttor tncompotenco." Secretary of War Root declares that Philippines .m nnw on tho war In thopossible en- would be pushed with all orgy. BV tho end of tho rainy season, ho said, 50,000 American soldiers would bo in tbe field, und that if these were u not suillclent, more would be sent. neccssury urra and supplies will bo bent LIGHTNING. On the afternoon of July 25th my home wag struck by lightning and Mr. Muhony, who had Inaurance on It, was out nuxt morning to eo about tho damage, which THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of the very katest Designs x) JVlouldiipgs, Huit-abl- e Patterns never sold In this locality boforo havo to bo teen to be appreciated. for framing from the Hhuplcit tihotograph to the most claborato painting. la the New French "rleiir-l)e.Lls- " mouldings upeclally for suitable has beeii settled In full and to my entire Among the lot delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. MOIiltIS, quire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo J. T. .atlsfactiou. will save you money. Baulluy, Ky. 124 Third Street Opposite l'oat ODife, Danville, Ky. Mu-rio- n, going to bo able to talk to you over wire direct, today or tomorrow, and theu wo aro ut your ncrvlce, except in Purn-goyour bad old politics. Soraerbct Uro. Hansford, but U Thanks, at once. Look outrwiiTWaUon' 'r usu, em CONSIGN YOUK STOOK TO. & com, Penmanptt'a .' fSnorViana, ) rygeufntiny. eiegragny. " r( M M-- oesr jg thc chcpcst IA J f Si sT SM wo nr0 n. Llvs Stock Commission Merchants, Central Covlngtou Block Yards, Covington Kv.. or Union Stock Yards, Clncluuatl, O. ti.u.. kl. I... .tin. Ft.! tilll nur rara nrlvll.'cM selling Central Covington Stock Yard. We will make 11 10 your auvnuiugo uuu givu 4our stock our wmoiiul attention .'.'l-a- tSi nd (hlalyut far MiIAfn7AA.1lMy'?ss) joujfiviffy. feJUMMjlJJUJ7li I t fl f a T Si I Mi mM rvrs s ., StJ ,m9 m h n tg9 J0 iff y t "4. w U (" n ySi?;m,&ii ntntim ffsT !5s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ! Mil. S. M. Wai.tkh and children, FULL lino Hardware Myrtto and Mack, of Norman, O. T., Shanks. arrived yesterday to visit his brother Skwikg at Warren ft pro- Hi: suro to hear Congressman bert's speech hero Monday. Gil- TI-I- DAY HAIL AND LAKK KXCUHSION TO 2. Stanford, Kv., E. C. - here. Alio, n, 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Walton, Uuhinisis Manaokk. Fiiesii Cakes. Warren It Shauks. McKIn- - HvkiiyuOiiy read Hlgglni ft noy's "ad" this week, suro. Soda Watkii, leo cold, puro nnd . most refreshing ul Penny's Drug Storu. Chattanooija chilled plows and for- - ford. Tun host mntcrlnls combined with Mirers nt Hcazlcyit Carter's. A iiANDSOMi: line of fall suitings Is core. mVcIII and accuracy Insuro good results. No other methods aru uvur Ni:w stationery and cards and en- coming In nnd you aro Invited to call used In our proscription work, Penny's velopes for parlies at Crnlg.tHockcr's. and mnko your selection. II. C. Hup- Drugstore ley, merchant tnllnr. Tin: Twice iNTiliUOliJouil- Nal Is only $1 a year cash. Ilcmorabcr Foil Hknt. My farm of 20.1 acres: PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. well Improved that. Lies on Stanford and Hon. Hauvky IIKI.M Is down with Crab Orchard plko 2 miles from Crab I HA VK on hand threo ill mi harrows malnrlal (over. Orchard. Mrs. II. L. Abraham. I will sol! very cheap. V. A. Jamiw I. HailkY wan at tho which Jnxir. Carson. Hk; crowds uro attending the colored Lexington (air yesterday. fair at Hustonvllla and tho show of COL. T. 1. HiI.L and Mr. Georgo I). TilK stores have gono Into an agreestock Is good. Danvillo iwat Stanford Wcarcn aro at Dripping Springs. ment to close nt 7 o'clock during tho by four scores In tho game of baso ball PliETTV Mis Mti Llthgow, ol Louis-vlllhot weather. there yesterday. Is visiting tho Missus Poland. DltlLLH. Hay worth, Richmond chnrr. MtHS Hlizahktii OliiMiH.of Lancai-tc- r, Tin: follow who emptied a shot gun plon and McSherry grain drills Wt Is tho guest of Miss Mary Phi'lps. Into tho K. C. train at 2 A. M. Tuesday, o( Hear on tho market. W. A. Carson. MlflsCinriK TllL'UMONI), barely missing tho conductor and Mack Wallow, spent several days with friends "TiiKitr. are no bolters In my section Thomas, was arrested yesterday In tho here. that I know of," said that truo and tried bushes near Mason's Gap by ShorllT S Hr.v. F. W. A MAN attended the democrat, Mr. O. J. Crow, of Turners-vlllo- , M. Owens nnd Dink Farmer and Statu Gin Istlnn convention at Shelby yesterday, brought to town. Ho wns presented vlllo. an l,i1 to Cincinnati. Tho L. ft N. before 'Squlro J. H. Klines, but no Sam Jor. IliTitcil Is at homo after witnesses bolng on hand, tho caso was of threo years und Is looking will give another cheap rate to Cincinabsence nati Sunday. Only jl.ffii for tho round-trip- . continued till noxt Tuesday. Tho dead well. wood seems to bo on him as ho was tid In tho city 12 hours. A. A. McKiNNBV. Jit-- , of Montgom- ing In a buggy with J. II. Alcorn when cry. Ala., Is with his lather for a few TlIK safe, of Druggist J. L. Itoso at he fired tho shot. Ills numo Is Joo weeks. Shelby City was ciacked Monday night, LuUuru. MltH. J. T. Josns and children spent but fortunately for Mr. Hose Itcontulc-c- d days with her purcnt near A 1'irriTlON, numerously signed, nnd sovorul nothing of great value to tlio rasendorsed by P. M. Jnmes C. Florence went to cals, who carried away tho papers and utid Judge Davison, has been forwarded Mls SALLIK DtTDOKIIAHMrs. C. P. threw them In a culvert. yesterday to visit to the iKistmnster general, asking that Louisville o, y. STi'iiiir.K Plows, Vulcan nod Glbbs' Imperial Steel Hcam plows at nooKH nnd supplies (or tho public It. K. Wenron ft Son's. schools at W. II. Mcllobcrts'. Gix). F1.011r.NCK hurt his hnnd in tho Chicken Fki'.d. Fivo bushols of first Inning with tho club nt MoKlnnoy chicken feed screenings (or only $1 nt yesterday nnd the gnmo was declared J. II. Haughinan & Co's. mill, Stan- off. fits. Machines at starvation Wnrron ft Shanks. (laekiDae Island, Leaving Cincinnati Tuesday, Aug. 29. to this paper v,tW you aro not getting tho bcnellt of tho $1 rate, but must pony up t'i a year, so. If you aro a good Unancior you will como Via rail to Toledo snd nn 810 Mile Like Trip. ido Trips at very low rules havo to time at once. been arranged to "The 800," Dululh. "Tho Snows," and Harbor ."prlngs. For Stfllo loom or lierth ltescrvntions and information of any kind call on jour 0. D. It. C. H. Owens and II. AD. Agent, or write W. L. Wood wont out to Kciictown P. Q.ZDWAnPS,gat:osger Traffl: Uacager, ClnelnsaU, 0. Wednesday night and arrested threo coons, Jim Mukcs, Jim Durdott and Zack Hays, charged with disturbing In Ir you aio arrears C. H.&D.&D.& C. STEAMER. Only $5 Round Trip. religious worship, undjodged them jail (or trial today. In WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? This Linen Suit? O.WK HiMrfr.LK Up. FA Shelton, colored, gavo himself up to Deputy ShorllT Logan Wood this morning, say Idg that ho had shot Charlie Cohen, near Kccno and that ho broko out of Jail at Xlcholasvillo Wednesday. Cohen, he says, Is not dangerously hurt. . Junction City. Mr. M. V. Owens, who has mado money running tho old Goro Houec, Is putting In a big saw mill near town and will begin operations In a few days. Dr. II. S. Chase, who hns been very low with blood poison, Is Improving. It was thought for a while that his left hand would havo to lw amputated. J. T. Cecil has bought Will Tuttle's livery stable and Is doing a good business with It. A nlco crowd lhcc J.j I got It nt Jamts Frye's. He has cut the ptlce on Suits to J.1.50. Ho has some Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes and ho is Closing Out His Straw And Linen Hats And gives you a chance on that fine Sewing Macliino with every $1 worth you buy. That's tho place to trade, Sure. JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. Wo aro now showing Fred Kaufman, tho American Tailors line of Siuckoy, "TllK two Crab Orchard precincts tho star route from McKlnncy to bo extended to Stanford, In order that mall matter to and from tho hero for several days, nolo of which W. Allen. that only those democrat?, West F.nd may be dispatched raoro was made In our last, was caused by the I'KOi. L. II. HuoHHS has our thanks who aro accustomed to bolt when promptly. It takes a letter 21 hours explosion of a car of naphtha In tho Are increasing in popularity each season for chilly summer evenings and early for u.sl.taneo In Rolling up tho Insti- things do not suit them, will scratch now to go to points In the county along tunnel at Cumberland Hlvcr, as a Fall wear They have become a. necessity with really swell drcsers. We are making freight train was passing them of Whipcords, Coverts, Gocbcl. Tho regulars arc all in lino.'' tho Cincinnati Southern and Huston- - South-boun- d tute notes. I vlllo and threo days to get an Kxhlkman ami llttloMln answer. through It. Another car of naphtha Mil. John WHO I.JllE? A dispatch says that If tho now routo Is established it will soon exploded and tho wreckage catchPearl Gentry are attending tho A. J. Johnson, of Lincoln county, Ky,, bo )osnlblo to have communication with ing lire, 22 cars wero destroyed. fair. was arrested at Hates City. Mo., on n tho West P.nder tho same day. HAl'iJH-MAThe three and four button Sacks and double breasted Sacks are still tho popular Strango tosav', the crew got out withMBSHHS. M.S. AND J. W. out serious Injury. Tho two engines all round garments. You will llnd all his garments havo thit city style nnd hang went over to tho Lexington fair charge of grand larceny preferred by Tin: patty given Tuesday night by and 22 cars got out safely. Ono tramp which distinguishes the careful dresser. Walter Waddoll.ol tho Lexington (Mo.) Wednesday. Kay, of Klchmond, was Savings Hank. The troublo aroso on a Misses Maudo nnd Claude Carter was was found mangled and two sons of JOHN L. land deal made through the bank's very largoly attended by tho younger Prof. Spencer were killed. Ilout-c- s In horo again this weuk to sco his pretty set, who tell us that it was elegant and Uurnsldc, a distance of a mile, wero alagents with Mr. Johm-on- . sweethuarl. enjoyable In every particular. It Is most wrecked nnd the citizens badly Fancy vests aro growing in popularity each season. The line of samples embraMil. II. I). GiiKOOitY, of Covington, A oooit rain fell yesterday and this suld ces the most desirable fabrics and the most popular shade. that 2A0 Invitations were sent out, scared. Tho Soven Gables Hotel was has joined his wlfu and chlldron at morning between 5 o'clock, a und the larger number accepting and at- badly Injured, windows and plastering Judge Uallcy's. thunder storm nccompanled by tending. Tho lawn was brilliantly M11. K. II. JoNltK, of Monlicollo, heavy rain, gavo tho earth a further illuminated and thu house gleamed Doing uesiroyeu. A lire enclno was family of spent several days with the wuttlng. It will prove tho savior of with myriads of lights. Mrs. P. W. sent from Lexington to help put out tho Thoso who desire Trousers prfectly tailored need look no further.tthey arc in tho I. Marsh CoflOV. thu Into corn, hut much of tho forward Carter saw to thu refreshments and her Ore, which raged In the tunnel for garments. latest style, hold their shape nnd wear twice as .ong as ready-mad- e three days. MliS. S. M. ALLHN and Miss Lannlc has no grains on Its cars and Is too far skill and tasto wcro again shown. The The Q. Sc C. trains, passenger and Uive us a trial and wu are sure to please you. Layson, of Mlllursburg, are visiting at matured to havo them now. young ladles acquitted themselves fast freights, aro still ruunlng by u.. V. P. Woods'. here, Monday. J. M. Alvorson hnndsoinoly and lllled every heart with and those whohavo been to the tunnel G. 11. II.MIK1H, of m.. GiLiir.uv Min. gratitude for tho memorable sny It will bo several days yet before Jackson, Tcnn., aro visiting Mr. and received a dispatch yesterday from Senator Hlackburn, chairman of tho It Is cleared. Mrs.T. J. Fotcr. Mil. Gkoimii: U. IiNtii.wi.vN Is taking campaign committee, to advurtUo Con I). W. Vanhkyki:ii, who Is a Mn. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. in tho Lexington fair and enjoying the grcrsman G. G. Gilbert to siteak at bolter both by faith and practice, has Stanford next Monday ul 1:.'!0 v. M. Mr. Issued a call (or a Midway. sights on John Maon, a widower with eight bolters' convention MlrtUM OKIITIIUIIB AND llAHMKT Gilbert Is doing yeoman service (or the horo county court day to "protest children, was married at Vanccburg to Pirrrurt, of Loulsvlllu, aro guests of straight ticket and everybody should against tho Louisville Police conven- AlUs Louise Glllman, sweet 10. hear him glvo reasons (or tho faith that tion aud the destruction of tho demoMiss Linda Miller. Alex Pulllns, 20, and Miss Cynthia Miss Iiia Pbnsinoton l visiting Is In him. cratic party by Goebellsm" und namo Uaugh, 21, wero married at J. D. hur aunt, Mrs. Kills, atStanord, Ky. In Fink Siiapk. "Judging from ex- delegates to tho convention at Lexing- Long's Wednesday. Franklin Favorite. At Cunton, O., a woman, who had a Is llttlo or no dUalTcction - pressions In my rounds over tho county, ton. Thcro It has always been our plan to closo all summer Goods even at a great Mil M. F. Kl.KIN returned from Cat- It Is in lino shape for tho democratic hero among truo democrats. A (cw, quarrel with hor husband, killed him, is V...... Wmlni.rt.lav. sick. IIu loss in order to make room (or Fall purchases. Wo have therefore said ShorllT Sam M. Owens, a who change their ollilcs as often as their little daughter and herself. llcket," threatened with fever. Harvey Couch, aged 21, and Miss former stronir Hardin man, in resionc they do their shirts, are among the Tnns- - M. McllOIIKKTS went to i to our Interrogatory. "I do not know goody goody, who can not voto forGoe-bo- l Mary Farmer Coomer, 13, wero marLaGrango yesterday to visit his daugh o( a Hardin man who will not support "because ha Is u bad man and secur- ried at General Grltlln Coomer'd yester, Mrs. J. U. Mount. It. A very fow Stone mon. who havo ed ills nomination by fraud," but tho terday. F. Oiumhs, of STKIII.ISU JL'IKIK George Craig made an unsuccessful hcrrtoforo voted strulght, say they will regulars aru In lino and enthusiastic So deep that you can afford to buy them for futuro use. All light Cuero, Texas, Is on his annual visit to not vote for Goebel, but I bcliovo they for tho ticket from top to bottom. No attempt to kill himself at Morehead 12Jc Percales Ro at 10c, all light 10c Zephyr Ginghams goat "c, all his brother, W. P. Crimes. polit- bccauBO his sweetheart's father object will gut all right by election day The man with tho slightest hope for a light 5c Lawns, fust colors, go at 3c, all light 10c Lawns, fast colors, Mlt8.M0l.LlK Johnson, of Spring-Hol- bolt scorns to bo confined principally to ical future will join in tho squealers ed to his attentions to her. go at 5c. III., and children arrived yester- those who tiro given to bolting and vot movement, and Mr. Vacdcvecr was Kalph Marshall shot and fatally visit Mrs. J. C. Horton. Is wounded Lum HarrUon, of Tompkins- day to ing any way. I bcliovo Lincoln coun doubtless put forward becaueo ho Mlts. ViNHYAHl), principal of tho ly Is all right and that'our ticket will four scoro and can expect nothing vllle, becauso tho latter charged that WednesJessamine Institute, was hero Marshall was unkind to his wife. further in life. poll tho usual voto." day In tho Interest of her school. Casky CouiiT. "A big crowd was ANOTHKltll.vil.iiOAi). Tho commerCHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Mil. C J. YAHKts, gonoral manager of tho Osborne Harvesting Co., spent present nt tho opening of circuit court cial club was called to meet Tuesduy to All Parasols (Not Umbrellas) at cot and less. Men's Summer Coats Tho noxt Kentucky Christian misseveral days with Agent 1 rank Holtz-cla- at Liberty Monday," said Mr. W. P. consider a proposition from Mr. C. II. slonury convention will bo held at Cur. and Vests at what they cost the manufacturers. Tate, who was there, "and it was a Williams, of Georgetown, who said ho Men's 75c and 1 1 Linen Pants at only 5!c. lisle. was bucked by a company that will Mils. Lvcv Hutchison, of Danville, right busy day." Mr. T. still has conSome great bargains In Shirts. Kids. J. G. Livingston and A. J - vlaltlmr her slstc". Mrs. Ilottlo siderable business In Casey, notwith- build tho railroad from Howland to tho DauL'bcrtco closed their meeting at Hutchison, and also her father, Win. standing It has been neurly 20 years connecting point with Nushvllle, using Plnu Grovo with 23 additions. slnco ho sold goods there, and he never tho lino surveyed suvural years ago by Coolcy. Ilov. F. W. Alien dullvered an ad Miss Minnik Woods, of Huston-vlll- makes a visit to that county that ho Mr. .Immcrman, who was then ut tho dress at tho Christian Missionary Con Hlgglu on does not return with wolMillcd pock-ut- s. head of tho movement to construct tho visited Mrs. W. II. ventlou at bticluyvlllc, which, wus This time ho got a good pair of Chesapeake .V Nashvlllo from horo, largely attended. her return from a visit to relatives mules and lots of money, but ho would through Casey, Adair, .Vc, to Gallatin, at Klrksvillo. Tho meetings at tho Methodist Mlts. John P. Davis und children, uot suy how much. Tho docket Is not Tenn. Tho lower end was built as far church by P.vangallsl D. U. Strouso who have sont tt portion of tho sum heavy this court and minor cuscs aro us Scottsvlllc, but tho scheme for this will likely closo Sunday night. They mer at Moutlccllo, returned to Loxing bolng disposed of at a rapid rate, ho ond fell through. Mr. Williams pro havo resulted In many confessions and tells us. Thu fair held last week was a IKHcd that if our peoplo would glvo tho doing great good. ton yesterday. and $10,000, ho would InMiss Maikiakkt Ansi.ky, who ha success financially und a nlco dividend rlght-ot-wMormon elders having been treated mudu many friends during hur visit to will bo declared. Ho was informed sure tho Immediate building of tho roughly at various points In Kentucky, Miss Huttlo Wearon, has gone to Lob that a vormanont organization would road to McKinnev, thereby giving us President (tlch, of thu Mormon mission, oo oiicctcu unu mat lairs would bo an- an Independent connection with thu anon to visit friends. has appealed to Gov. liradloy for pro Queen & Croecentund a competing lino. tection for his followers. Will Si:vi:uanci: Is at Hondorson-vlll- nually held lu tho (uturo. Mr. Williams claimed to bo backod by N. C, visiting his brothor, A.. II. Elder J. M. Uash closed a meeting Pick ktt. Ills children horo, Mrs. tho Consolidated Public Works & EnSuverance, who Is said to bo making 10 nights at Wlthcrspoon Cbapol Wm. Severanco, Miss Virginia Pick- gineers' Construction Co., of Philadel- of money In tho Ice business. 27 additions. Twenty-tw- o and Mr. Hartwoll Plckott, receiv- phia, and he wus subjected to a rigid Thursday with Jamks H. Oknthy has rolurned from ett dispatch yesterday wero baptized lu Stonor, noar morning con- cross examination by President Sauntho Gentry rounlon nt St. Louis. "It ed a Demosad iutolllgonco of tho ders, who wanted to bo suro that ha Thatcher's Mill. Winchester was nothing llko as big a thing as wu voying tho ' of tholr father, Mr. James A. was all right. Afterwards Mr. Saun- crat. Williams: "Wo havo just closSSSSiKX. HliP "SSSBsViiIiSSStJI hud ut Crab Orchard last year," suld death Sid. Pickett, at his homo In Sholby county, ders wrote to tho Furmers Hank at ed u meeting at Furmers, Texas, with asked about It. ho, whuu accompanied by Mrs. Lou Georgetown to ascertain tho standing Miss Minnik Dinwiddik and hor and thoy, 122 additions. Halscd nearly $10,000 brother, Georgo A. Dlnwlddlo.of Hus- - Shanks, whoso sister ho married, look lug of Mr. Wllllums and received u (or a now house. A. J. Harris Is doing tonvlllo. loft yesterday to spend a few tho llrst train to look ouco mora upon most fuvoruulo reply, stating that bo soma splendid work In meetings." will bo shut wus well backed und had carried U.....V. in N'nw York Cltv. seelnp; the tho face, which Uaptlst Argus. from thorn (orovor. Tho burial will through sovoral largo oaterprlsos. Tho of thagreat mctroX)ll(. sichts A. Forman, tho Villa Illdgo Inn man, Ills wife and road would bo u great ono for Stanford who assaulted Ilov. Forest, wus arrestMissus. W. P. anu S. F. Gihmks occur at Shulbyvillo. besides AFTEKNOOX AND NIGHT. thoso and a big orilou of tho county and If a went to Lexington Wednesday to sco seven other children ed and hold to bond of $1,000. Ho beat Elks' fair. It was tho termor's first mentioned survive. For neurly two company will glvo good guarantee that tho preacher Into Insensibility becauso tho n with It will bo built, thero ought to bo no he went to tho kltchon and got his trip without his wlfoslnco they were months ho had been gastritis, but lato nows from bis bed. troublo in raising tho $10,000 und mon- breakfast uftor tho dining room had married and ho wont reluctantly. ho was slowly Improving. Mr. ey for that portion of the right-of-wWonderful troupe of IN remitting for hor paper, Mm. S. sldo said closed. show on earth. Forty pcrlormers. Tho largest Ohio, says: "After tho Plckott was 6S vears old and stood very which could not bo gotten otherwise Japanese, (our In number. Five great Shakespearean Olowus. Pen of perform ng W. Paris, of Excursion trains Aug. U and 13 to tho Lions. Prof. Oatuian's school of performing Horses. Ponies and mules. Mile. high In the community In which ho Tho club should keep in closo touch lapso of more than two decados, slnco Hluh Urldgo Camp meeting, tho great' began taking it, I look forward was a most useful citizen. Friends with Mr. Williams and do all In Its est meeting of colored peoplo ever Lula'sf 10,000 Cbalange Horse, "Topsy." 1 llrst Street Parade at 11:30 a. m. Admission, 25c; Chlldron unddcr 0 years, 16c. y visits wim uouguv hero sincerely sympathize with tho powor to secure tho building of tho known In tho State. Ask agents (or to It ' family In thoir great loss. Will exhibit at Lancaster on Saturday, Aug lOtb. particulars. rood. ful anticipation. " lu MIASMS AI.I.BNK ANIl ANNIK HKI.I.K are all right," said Mr. Will A. Ilrooks Fox, of Danville, aro ylsltlng Mrs. F. to an I. J. man. "A poll of them shows at Llnnletta, whero Manager Shelby making it pleasant for them. Tin: accident which caused tho passenger trains or. tho Q. .t C, to run by Is Is SamphsFor Fall And Winter Suits. Measures carefully taken aud fit guaranteed. Light Weight Overcoats COATS. Lox-lngt- N VESTS. ro TROUSERS. .i. -- JOHN P. JONES. GK.iS'i?SSSjgr.'SJ5S?g3S!.SE3f. All Summer Goods 1 On Bargain Counter. 1 Cut The Prices ! d, m All 15c Lawns, Fast Colors, Now go at 7c. - SEVERANCE St SOVS. e, uy o, A GOOD SHOW COMjVC Stafford, Friday, August one-rin- g 18. COOPER & CO.'S R. R. SHOWS. ay semi-weekl- Jfe, THEINTERIOR journal Jtalliame.a:ria.evy cwaA V DAVK ALLEN TELLS OP IIIS WKSTKKX VISIT. KAS 5. to receive a letpart of tho counAllff. MOREUND. Is still booming at Moro-lan- d. frolght amounted Our to 00 car loads of hnrdwood In tho last 10 days. That makes quite an Increase In rfwnnnn rcnorts for this station. I bclicvo It safe to say wa will show an Increase of 000 nor weok during this year. So much hauling Into Morolnnd makes good business for our merchants, tho teamsters do most of tholr trading here, was C. J. Hubbard, of Blrdeye, Ind with us last week In tho Interest of his rough stavo business horo. Ho will put In an cnualuor hero tho last oi mis month. B. F. Wooloy, of Campbells-vlllo- , was hero shipping staves to Northern points. W. T. Durham, of Mlddloburg, is shipping staves to Cincinnati. Tho wagons are coming In so fast with tho Campbollsvlllo Lumber Co's.,8tuff that our friend, J. J. Watson, bad to add another inspector to help him out. Besides ho Is working a gang of 10 men, stocking and loading. Wt Wind rancturn ani Hi All Slnii cf cycle Bi- Bepilrta;. JllllN II. 0KT!.Kt AI, AllTllfH (J. I.AWJII IlKrcKlKnttxit: 0iti.ai ". Business Sxidevr LKAVEXWOKTH. out-bou- nd $1 PER YEAR CASH win I mr When not eapaid aa.co eharrod. ifrvlMI. 1IMM Mo. time 1 OS an . . KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 4 No. 51 No.ZJ Uaeee Stanford Arrrltciat Stanford at Imtn Stanford t Arrle. at KnwUt.il it t 10 12 00 i x. You may bo surprised ter from mo from tbh try. I loft Stanford for tho West on July 22nd, whither I had been proceed, cd by Mr. Allen about four week, and reached Leavenworth on tho following Monday, spending one day on routo with friends at Louisville. I passed through omo very flno country In Missouri, between St. Louis and Leavenworth. The first week of ray stay hero was devoted to sight seeing and visit- flyer's Hair Vigor What docs It do? It causes the oil clnnds in the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and Glossy, precisely os nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruffand thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation in thescalp and stops the hair from coming out. THE DANVII.t.KCVCI.KCD., DANVILt.R, KV No. UJ Third H. ROYAL MI8S EVELVN TARD1F, Tho Seamstress. l'lltlnc a Ppcvlalty Plain and Faalilonable Hewing CutlliiR and Water Work ft. INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Urcct IMre W. S. BEAZLBY, D. D. S., I.aitcaNtcr, Ky. Tooth Extracted Without Tain With Vltallwd Air. Offlcei In lli I e. Inatiranco Company World. lit tli 3.30 r. IT. M. . KNOXVILLE DIVISION. HoVJl Train folnrf North 10. O.S4 ..... -..- -... O.M ' South.... ..1102 .. ..12 ... Utu ..li 52 pin Jll ani pm For allll'olnta. BO'JOU TICKETS MILD. IIAUUAUn CHECKED TlinOUOH. For in; Information enquire cl JOE S. KICK. Afent, Stanford, Ky. CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT AND unci 3:40r. M., Frankfort at 7 TralLeleiiT cnnectlng atOeorjretown with (1 AC. and reach-te- c t 8 to A M. and 5 10 r. M. Lean; Parla Frl n at 1 a. m and 8 SO r. M , connecting at t'fonre-towwith (J A C mil retching Frankfort t 9 15 " ,Bd ;'jU.SOTllt.Nr.WTOK. A. O. P. A. a., QUEEN & CRESCENT. lollowi: jetton Cllr 02 pm No. 2 North.. 4 II pm Ho. I ,.!1M m " " -- ....SMara "4 " .IMpn No. 8 " ..112Sm .. 805pm "10 " . COOam Ho, " gandlOrun no far1 an.t 2 do not stop. No. ther than Junction City Train. pm No. 1 South .....12 RoVAL & r.r Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders are tKe greatest tnmicers to health of the present day. ROVAl SAVINO POWDER CO., NEW VOftK. Tto Southsrn W fodmi Company, Of Loxington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVEE8ED. V7e Paj Wills You Lire. OHLlns Ccapasies PayJWhen You Die. IIJO.MO Orer paid In llelnz tienellta. Orer J M,o Keaerre'andi Surplui II liNTS WEAUEN, Local Apent,. qctitanlbnl, Hy, MAN. Secy., A.SJIITI1IIO IS Lexington, Ky. ing tho National Military Ilomo for disabled veteran soldiers, located about thrco miles from this city, whero ac commodations nro provided for taking caro of old soldiers. At present thcro are nbont 2,500 Inmates In this Institution and tholr facilities permit them to feed 1,080 people at one table. I also visited tho United States Penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth, which Is also a very crcdltnblo Institution for tho confinement of offenders against the laws of tho United States government. Leavenworth is a city of about 25,000 people, has seven railroads, electric street railways, foundories, factories and a number of other valuable Industries. On my way hero I met Mrs. Allen at Kansas City, on her return from a trip to Abilene, Texas, whero In company with her cousin, Mrs. E. V. Waynant, she had been on a visit to her brother, P. M. McKlnney, a business man of that place and a former resident of Lincoln county. Last week we spent a few days with oar uncle, Mr. Chas. D. Hooker, at Guilford, Mo. He is very comfortably located and surrounded by his children oa adjacent farms, comprising some-thllike 040 acres. We wero sorry that our time was so limited and that we could not stuy with him longer. We also visited last week tho family of Mr. Joe Utt, relatives of ours, at White Cloud, Kansas, who also made cur stay there very pleasant. In company with Mr. E. W. Way-nan- t, agent of the Missouri Pacific Railroad at this point, and Mr. E. O. Mann, division superintendent of the same company at Atchison, I attended the Omaha Exposition, which is now open, and It is said tho grounds are fn better condition than last year. One of the most attractive side features of tho exposition is tho battle of Manila, which has attached to It a rare display of fire works. While in that locality wo also visited tho extensive paekinp houses at South Omaha, spent a in tho progressive city of Coun cil Bluffs, Iowa, nnd made a short stop at Fort Crook, near Omaha. Tho Dr9t week I was hero I also went to Kansas City and visited the large stockyards at the coming Western metropolis. I also called upon Mrs. W. I. Hcddcns (formerly Mrs. John D. Carpenter) whilo there, who was quite anxious to hear of lormer friends in Lincoln county. We expect to leave here Monday for Lamonte, Missouri, whero we will vls-- a sister for several days and probably reach homo nt McKlnney, about tho 14th inst. The iNTEitioit Journal, which we havo received hero regularly for the past few weeks, has been a welcome visitor indeed, and has kept us fully posted on current events in Lincoln Djj s riielcUn In alteiul-mic- Barbee & Castleman, Manarvra Southern Department General Ofllcrra, Columbia llulldliic lottU- ! New Tlionirwon llullitlnR. ' Utrllle Ky. ti Central Covington Stock Yards, OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. WM CovliiRtoii, Ky., Are located o na to IV I would A MOTHER TILLS UC.W SUB SAVBD 1.1TTLK DAUOIITKU'SMFK. HHtt rxnn er.nnvli.fftt.emotrft l.ntxfr 11.......... l. 1..1 IU niJIla I lllll I" "J 'Va- .... a.x it., ....u ""rr nt tlinfihld Pm-cla- l IndiiroUlV lar, In Lincoln County. tddn-.- like to take optlona on pixel farme For teem and particu..ANIXJllAi;. - - nnU tluw. (horo will l 1) Krlgcr. Kr I am the mother of eight children and have had a great deal of experience with medicines Last summer my littlo daughter had tho dysentery in its worst form We thought she would die I tried every, tiling I cou'd think of, but nothing seem-e'to do her any good. I saw by an ad vertiscment in our paper that Chamber Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Kent-cdwas highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once. It proved to lc one of the very best medicines we ever hnd in the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it Is. Had I knowu it at first it would havo saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering. Yours truly, Mrs Geo. F Hur dick, Liberty, U. I. For sale by Craig A Hockcr, Druggists. y Eastern & Fords" lluy erH ou the Market FARM FOR SALE OK TRADE. fnlendld farm of JWacrealn Stwtbeatl Kanj tullea fruit the Mlatnurt lln. Wll l'aled. ttlll 11 itikkI taimlnii country, thi kly aettled oneaty lirmaor trad, for ftnit In tVnlral dliterentw In a to U Addirea Hot 1. Sianford. K trade (Tt) SO Prevents mi Cures Boldness II II .. .. -1. ! Wl.itn aliltmlnir Knt ..r;. .- ..n. ".""." ia!' .....-rdon t fall loconaiKniiur ." InR which will bo of lienedt to jou CKNT11AI. COVIVOTO.N STOCK VAltl) CO. '"" ... ':?:' .."". .: anyl,) Aycr's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided onlv there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It docs not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. If you do nut obtain all tb benefit! you elpeeteil from the tue of the Vlfor write ike aNiut it. AaarcM, iik. J. c ATEn. Lowell. Slit). THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL LouiHVIllc, Ky. Tho most cent rally located and onlv R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Vliu,-- - rf'Jy Stanford, , Ky. FIEST-CLAS- S Hotel In the dly rnaVlnB n $10 EXCUnSloV" TO MICHIGAN ., .. 11... iirinclml eliopiitne tllatrlct and two lilocka from tlio Hire tho door to till jtarti of tlit'llty t.terjti.iiii; ttv " . S2. .m E-AT- b. g. rox, SALE LIVERY, FEED AND STABLE - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Hone and Mulea rxnatantly on hand and for aale at all t tinea. FINE OUTINO OFFEltEO IIV THE MONON ROUTK AND STEAMEIl MANITOL. GOOD LAND FOR RENT. nvi- -Near wncMirr .!mono lundary. . - -- - - k". , trnci la witinu --Kentucky calterVw acre, of wl.lcl. I. In Rra-- a with u Huatonville, land to CO In ,M ..v.. Irrh I.ouea. unu tvw nnhliMfttrMlo th lArl ofWMl LlttOld ble attention, has been offering under ""jS.l aer-o- the Crab Orchard plVe l 10J anJ Cim- - fouotlrt. Kull k)l ut CvtfiD&J Cm tlattcring inducements for one date Tl.alnml-.- nf Ualwuvioti hA&l ll,n HlKil.inrlllt. Tale will acre., all to co In cultl'ation. at Il . ej t'l.unlar Vfrtvr. mi I """" only, that all may have a chance to try W Mild on tho ground, at t 1' M Aug 12, a 7 aero tract, part of wl.lcb la now Al w W I. llOCKF.lt. Hwy In craaa. the rvmalnder to co In UoulUl.re-fe- " tho cruUe on Lake Michigan. Tickets m0. the land 1. welt watered. will bo sold from Louisville to Charleto nut the land to ono party J car after 8. voix. PeUHkev. Bay View, Hnrbor A. MItS. U. D.HIMI'SON, I'ror.. Surgeon Springs and Mackinac and return on A Dentist, Wednesday, August 16, good rcthrnlng t They will bo good to 15 davs. at 810. One tnllo Ea.tof .reafi.er.Tllle. to co In rlrjn bedli inlcndM) V.wl. fnriilahetl. stop at any point North ol and Includ trn.a. the rvtnalndrr ha. (food l'orteri tablo. Kvetythlng well watem!. and lnr Charlevoix within the limit. Ac Offie'- - UcKobertt Drug Store In the Owilty cSRuatlon o meet all trains. ti. .ii.ii.... liou.u and barn II.II.UIU.I commodations on the steamer which sails from Chicago at 11 o'clock ThursYOUR ACCOUNT ! day morning can now be reserved and In Unrm.ter a larK hou.t- o'Pl',l''"?.u can as tho party is limited to tho amount la duo and rradv for you. and toil at Heine centrally W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., itdrntitaKii aa a twardlnc-lmuMriuctfd to nf Aivnmndations set aside for this oc casion, application should be raado at CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ! once to E. II. Bacon, U. i a., ixmir- - PjiliTiilId Accomtuorintlona. Tlile ineane YOl" It you owe me Cloo to Depot and Sulphur Wtill. vllle, Ky. . 12 Itatea Iteawinable, l'lne Water. - Tho reallv delightful trill which has been started this season by tho famous Monon Houte to Northern Michigan and which has attracted much favora ... . r bi ik(rwA. nil ,,1' J. T. M STJTTQKT, Undorutlcer, Lumber For Sale. PRICE, ...f io. Good Stock Farm For Mason Hotel urit-cla- Rent. Stanford, Ky IjincaHtcr, Kentucky. BEHZLEY HOTEL. HOUSE FOR RENT. d -. Settle It At Once H. CREER, Queen &ICre5cent dm$ 8-- a9 FARM FOR SALE. a iiece-.Kit- rv Lincoln County J. National Bank. Stanford, Ky. county. The Compounding ot Medicines. Ib done with absolute accuracy in our l'UISCIUPTIOK DEI'AltTMEXT nnJ the (ltnilitv of nil drugs used is very high grade. of a nt Tlio physician' success In tlio treat-meof iliflicult cacs is dependent on the purity and freshness of the drug. Have Iiis orders filled hero and the result will bo highly satisfactory. Come to See Us. Penny's Drug Store. f A Family Carriage B. K. formally opened Tuesday with a very funded appropriate speech by Gov. Uradloy Mnnv tieonlu are ut a lots to know and is now In full blast. It is tho big1. 31, iinwtu nronounco "automobile," the gest show Lexington ever hud and Is everybody, who can, should take ad- horselebS vehicle. It PREMIUMS. vantage of tho low railroad rules to with tho uccont slightly on the "mo. visit It. KOIt EYESA HE MADE BTIIOM1, WEAK 11,. LU.NU IIUIITATIOX. vI.imii midn iuur. atM'U removed nud Dr. giuuulutcU 1IJ or soro eye of any Ulud ROADSTERS, 6ADDLKIIS, U the forerunner to coutuuptloa. I'lno'Tur-IIone- y (Hill will euro It. and a.....dllv uud uiruetualiy cured by tbu uae of OAlTIiK, MULES, IIOQS, give such atrengtli to the lunga that a cough Hutl.erlaud's E)o Halve. It's put tip JACK STOCK, SHEEl', Kl'C. or H cold will uut cttlo there. Twenty tlvu In tubea. una sold on u guuruuieu. ut That combines beauty and ccnWut l'euuy's Drug Blorv. l'euuy's Drug btort alo at SIIO Promlums SIO.OO comfort with convenience, is a. . e one of our well made, easy ridInsurance companies have doubled At Pulaski. Va., u hung Jury rccolved CAKE WALKS, ing and elegant .Surreys. It is MULE RACES, unexcelled for workmanship, their useet In 10 years, growing from notice from a party of citizens to find a durability and comfort, and will oo7,127,OI2 to Jl, 31 1,001,11)3, Negro murderer guilty or u lynching FANCY TURNOUTS. fo" genglvo more satibfaction would rosult. The detlrcd verdict was Tilt EAUI.t, KIMJ or ALL IllllDS, use than other careral faiullv RAND. riage made We tire selling It nuted for IU keeu klglit, cleur und dU returned p. d. q. lluct vlalou. So uro those perkou who uae thetu Cheap and Fast. SEND TOIt CATALiWUK TO Hobert O'Shea, ruthcr thun marry KugleKye Salve for weak ejea. Jumped Into & atjca, koro ujt-- of uny Mud or granulated tho girl bo had ruined, C. Court-HouNiagara Falls and sank to rise no more. Ida, bold ut l'viiny's ut S3 cents. , Stanford, Ky, Opp. Brici Beslen:s In Ucntl- feeling ilul ricely Lljunto J W. coll:, Kentucky, with 57 acre: cf lieaaya tiardoer, Marllle, lnd. Liai well laprovei for Sale. lint the thing fora man when --lie I. all " ruu uown, aiiuiiou 1 1 It dlJ more lo give me new ilrenglli I and good The aiiove proa-rtIt known aa the Join. Chrl.. than ... thing I co.,ld take ..... can ..-- ,.ow -plact-anla ouupled now by lajula toiley ., - man liouae vm anviniug ami na.e, uew ,v-lhe a goodiiitata4 riMma. flue well at kitchen or, hard anew Tftere It mora Catarrh In thli eectlou if the at fenuy'a Drug More. Every bottle guaranteed door, and all outbuilding- country thai, all other dlaoaaee put together, ami A new harn, fencluir In paid until iliela.t few year, iru .upponed to I Incurprospering. relrand the laud In a Ko,id.tateof cultivation Thn Saidovlllo Press is 1 or a great many )eare doctore pronounced able. Aa ttehave wtl with a great loaa by hre rtxently It a local illsde, in J preurllwd loot reiucdtea, Its editor says the receipts of tho olllco we waht to aell title I.mjrty aud auy one who and constantly falling to cure with local treatuient, wero 91. 10, $1.10 more than want. It would do well to write lo llayra'llle, (I iruuouiuel It 1m ural.it. helcnce hat proven last weok JAML MiKI.UI.Mr:, tatarrh lo lie a roii.tlluliuual dlwase. an.l therefore tho week before. a Wea)hae lor aale W, kuiluent riom, brUk, require! tourtltutlonal truatmeot llall'i Catarrh turner of the public liulofeut In the x lit Cure, manufactured by h J Cheney a Co ,'loledu, Me and mil tllVklllVI'V- ....... iuare fu tii.t.1.. .,....- AWAY to know of KcthuleA Mniitliello,at.Ky , hamte occupied by meal on the marOhio, Utile only conitllurlonal ture lor Hour, en Kerniaa public It Ii certainly gratifying to the ket It U taken Internally In tloooa from u lro sirs, atraltl to 10 aud feed, 'llilt h at itoo.1 a Hand at there la Iu I.. ""-- " to a teao.mful. It aita directly on blood and one IVKtaiM il,,iamluL. "- imt Th- - .Tn,.,rle- - Moi.i,-ell"T,,-",-I or parlUulara and term, for butluen l uiui-u'"- - Cou.uuipllon. mrfafea ol the ayiteiu '1 her "lir one hun- eelierou lo me nii -ahute dred dullan for any ae It falla to turn. IvuJ lor lor. ot Hr Klng'i ew IHiKotery Mr oier leu lull ildreulhe Colda, haw given away Addri-. Cougha and ireulara and testimonial lungrcai liaiabsoluiely iure.1r F J OIlENin' A CO., Toledo, U. Hon trial uoitieaoi knowfiig It thefStUfat'lioiiol Hold by Iru,iti, 7oe Ailbiua llrouchlt.., thouuuda of boiwle raw tamlly 1'illiaretke Lett. Hull Iloarieoeaa and all illeM ul the lUruat, I tlieat It Call or. eui.y. are aurely fund Lexington was and Tho Elks fair ul UruKl.t'and get freo trUI (ollle ilegular lite ;,. i.nla auarautiwl.ur uiiiere headache and tired, llilleaa ruu-dothcie'e uo need to feel like that Tho corn crop In Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska Is the finest I havo over seen anywhere and it would not bo surprising to hear of enormons yields from this territory. I havo had a number of letters from frlendB making Inquiries about the crops and this information is given for their benefit, as I have not had tlrao to wrlto to all of them. We havo been very nicely entertained while here by Mr. Waynant and family, nnd at Atchison and elsewhere by Mr. Mann, to all o( whom wo deslro to acknowledge our sincere gratitude for courtesies oxtended, knowing that they will ever remain as a bright oasis D, C. ALLEN. in our memory. State democratic convention, Loxington, Aug. 10. Low rates from all Lincoln County Farm For Sale. nnlntsin Kentucky via tho Queen & ly..lnr- - relallon. will prote mutual Crescent routo on account above meet On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99, Hopln. auh ly Unettelal auj pleaaanl. ing. Tickets good returning tho 19th. 1 will ofIerfirale the farm u.)t. width I now re KlUlXTtlllS farui mulalm 1J ide, aim Slock, Crop, Horso show, fair and carnival, Lex- acreaof tlrtt claa- - blue Ac nalered, crata land, Low rates via Queen well fenced and dMlrably lK4ted wellmllea from J.J William.. Aug. ington, liwi.ey, c. J.8.William pi., Miiln frnin nil IKlIntS In Morelan.l.a.tattou on ttieC. h railroad, on pike .. ltealdeiite UOOd tO re- - Itaillli from Mll!ed;;eTllle to Stanford ,!,.. ,lnllv Allrr. A. W. Carpenter, ou aaM farm la a large frame, comainliiii elxhl W. II.L'uiauilci, turn tho 14th Inst. Greatest show Lex Momt, pantry, Ac, nely 4lnled and laiwred J.U.L)nn, condition. and 'n ington has ever hau. uoni iati to !S. Ilhank. Sale will Wiilo at luotlotk. A M J. I'. Ca.h, Amplo room for all excursionbtjanie In one and two rath, Tl li J. 11. Omley. year. llli lnteret from date of aale ists. rOKI'ICEIU. 1 ui-te- nd. &rt-cla d PunAea-loii -- ROUTE Contain" 105 ncrra and la In a aplendld On the lllack pike. 5 H state; of cultivation Capital !tk,tllW.,0T0. mlli-from lluatonvllle nnd m frtim Mor- aUml llaa on It it dwelling of flvtt rtHitua ducee.wloTherariuer.IUnk A Tt.nl Company and goou tenant l.ou, lnlilt-and under uui ru.naseioent conllnugood wi.Il outbuildings. Splendid ouly lor t i.ara. and two aprluga. Terma eaav W II WItlOlIT, lluatonvllle. Ky. Just Like a L'rH. Mill. Solicits Your Bank Account, You tnko your Wheat and Corn to Morrl. I'.rliMmr.i lii Win. Itaucliertt a alum In rHniifiird und cet In etchanco I'lour and Meal. You can itl tiur I lour. .Meat, rnip-atUlAc . dingier at Ilran. Chlckin I't-eA trial wliero In town my plant than at.v la all I ak. I behove my excliince will lio I tiletttre UlM'r- n i.,taul thlr.tr fur fttrint.rk and nl tranaactlona arid full wvlchl Mj cHnla lller Itmier roinii from Duddernr'a Dl Mlllaai.dnreflr.t-c.aa- a Telephone No. Ds MUKIU lUKI) H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Ky., Iu illtAVEMLN FALL i.i. ii.... n .tiinii tlrvranil kl.lner truuhea aa well aa women, and all feel the reiulla iu lo ol ip- Hvde.1 Klten Ik 1,1 "'J. I'uwtvaior. of laud tot to tietfin at u.ual time lor keedinir II. II. UHI AN, MIlleiljeTllle, Ky. 41 Id S. II. Shauka, I'rMldeut; J. II. tiw.iey. t B.ni.1, W. M. Lct:i llrlflil, AMt. t abler FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK HTANFUIID, KY. Receiving hiH Spring Summer Goods. Give I lima V Capital Stsek S100.000. 5urjhi,W.6S3 51 Thla Inalliutlon orllnally wtabll.bed a. the le- Goods Warranted. Fit Guarantccd.J Call. po.lt Uank ol Stanford In 1MI, then reorganlaed u the National llank cfHtanlord In 180J andafalo reoranld aa the 1'lral National llauk ol Stanford In 1882, baa had practically u unluterrujle-- l exl.t- J.G.JrtcGlvy '" wi' "ii, Danvills Fair, Sept. la better auppllcd now wlf. trauaactlni; bu.lne.. promptly and lib lacllltlea for erally than ner before In Ita Ion and houorabU enteforll jeara. It career. Aicuunta ol luditlduala, ndu4arlu,Drui acJ lull? Idual.aoliclted. DIHtcToai. Auust 30, $2,000.00 IN Uu.ln Co.i S.T.IIarrlf, " J. S. Hockcr, " W.I'.Waltou " K. Held. J. B. W. Ilaydcu, Stanford II. lUujhmin, Hill, " " T.r. M. W. A.Trlbble, UHDBS.T AZSB, Aud Dealer In 1 J. 11 Colller.Crah Orch'd U , IJ. El more, Btanford, J. Millar, Ml. Veruon HA.E1T22SS, r orncaai. McltobtiU-,Ca.hliJ S. Hocker, l'realdenti J.J. A. A McKlnner A.tl.UntCahler. 3ADDLEEY, &0. kV 8TANKOKI). to "W-IsTTE- Z) Itellabl PINE MILITARY H. TurW,..ainn'i. Yellow kinua, iwppwr, !: Idea of all in, tint ti... 11 top price Aud wlllluB to payi....itl,i.ei,. ::.... 'V-- .: Wearen tf Hio Son, a BRIGHT. Secy. ft 1,1 u.111 tiiurket for wtttil prlco tni and tret u.y .11 ... before aelllne. uud ..... l.i.iiiLiiifi.t.tr- . rt. ". ...... ilWV CU.., V'tii '"J ..y...., H d, eiKit. & I'buw'i OUice. near tan-for- Ihick. Itoot. Heel Wax. !.... ...... .. tlt-fa- Iu Ciill for ue bm" auvuHi writ lAiwi ikyuuii,uuaiuiuria nui wim-- t Pcrtoui uf a niechni(akl or lnntlvM mind lnrU KipuaUluUi wlllnfoo4 . Ky. WOBINWN B Cltawt HAIR PARKER'S aiMl hMuUi a litumtt trvtrth. Mvtar ralU to 11 tor Urn JUir to iu V thru. Color. kaIrT4liUi. Cw wap d v. n4 f I w at Dnifjtana w BALSAM Uutin4 lb hi SSkSSBSS