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NO. 48 Tlio Ktul now has readied luro thnt Mr. Cntey Oweloy, who wont to Lexington to practice Inw, I very sink uf Sqiilro A. O. Faulkner wn In our I om thunltiul to Mr. .1. M. Illatt foromoof tlio llnost lcnr tho markot alTordt. Wo aro to Imvo n circus next Saturday nnd tlio old folks will liuvo to ro and tnko tlio children, but tlio incwt ofj " tho crowd will cnnilntoi ttio'O who nro ulways talklnR about hard times. Whllo Mr. O. M. Patterson wus tcnchliiR horllttlo daughter, Hclon, to suy her prayeri , hu said: "Ood blots Mr Tom Etkln for RlvlnR mo bit nan than iih." It will tako moro prayer one to save- a butchor and Tom should ol banann. d order u l'leaso ak thu campaign commllluo MISSI.SLfCli: A.NtJOl'IIKf Vt HANi'KLI.iiK. not to brlnir Mr, llryan to Kentucky, u Two fuller, more lorvl.v niid lovattlc - ilo i ol Iivh Mum U,mv wioo piccomplications enough In tho llioro are jjlven it' ove. They nro (luugiiirin of Sir nnd Mr Ht?uoll Chuncollor will only to tures un raco now, and hi coininR and iir noted for tholr amiability ami swtotni-rof liaify tho npiKwltluo ol ISM. Wo had hospitable and populur. tholr home I tho delight of character. F.xcoedlngly tho young people and they fact ntonco nnd toll aro us well rcatlzo tho rarely without rlsl'or. whoiilwajs Und a cunllul wcU'iime. In u word they light to tho ople that wo havo n hard nro modol voung ladles In every n-- pi aud the In'tiwiok Jochnal Is proud make, In order to bo prepared for It. to number litem among frlendr . and " " "' Mr. A. C. Koblnson, " lung trouble. city SiUnrduy. P IVIPIBP f -- - cur-loa- j r.if bl Johnston In regard to tho bolters' convention to be held In Lexington Wednesday. Ho Immedtatdy mailed tho stuir back and told Johnston that ho a not a bolter nnd took no stock In such Tho lightning struck Cupl. T. A. barn on bunday afternoon, knocking down two horses und a colored man. Hut llltlo damage was done. There bolnR no provundcr In th barn, no Uro followed. Tho occurrence has n exploded Urn. Names' thcorv that lightning, as ho would sends the know better than to send It there with a view to destroying prorty. Mr. O. T. Wallace, nominee for prohibition ticket, had his elder mill brought home from n neighbor's and he Is preparing totuako tho race warm a In olden times. Cie der Is good as far a It Roes, but If want to create much enthusiasm ho will havo to spike It with whl.Uy, und u they aro both Inloxloants, he could stand about a well on his pint- form with both as he could with elder n' sa-urOl-li- ono of tho best democrat In Kentucky, reoelved sumo literature from P.' I. proceedings. nlonc. V M. Wullccr, charging him with assault Attorney und buttery, was dismissed. J, K. Itobliison represented tho Commonwealth and W. I. William tho When tho latter moved to dismiss the warrant, claiming that the .......... ...... .111 ll,l. Smiira Mvors said that tho court wa eallstled It oecurreif In Garrard county and proceeded with tho trial. Ho was right, n thoro l too much red lupo In tbo courts. Attorney L. L. Wolkor Is u candidate for tho republican nomination for representative. Ho Is n graduate of Kentucky University, u bright young law-yund attorney for the L. .V; X. railroad. Ho Is it son of Judge W. K. Walkor, nod anillated with tho democratic party until IsOJ. when ho made a speech, glIng his reasons for withdrawing from tho party and casting his lot with the republicans. Ho is ono of er Tho warrant uealnst City Marshal K tholr strongest men, but tho democrats propose to nominate a man who ean de- feat him. Amhe railroad survey will be com pleted In lees than 00 days, our jvople should bo prepared to oiler tho right of way when tho survoyor report. As wo can not voto to ralso money for that purK)se, It bus been suggested that u seticdiilo bo prepared, showing what each taxpayer would pay If tho tax could bo levied, and ask them to contribute tluit ntnount. This Is tho only wuy to raise tho money. They known the advantage to bo durlvud from the road and will contribute, tholr part of tho burden. Tho Commercial Club should act on this at once. Wo havo ovr $1,000,000 of taxable protrarty and 1 per cent, of thU would ralso MO.OOO, which Is moro than wo need, und tho taxable property would bo Increased about tl'0,000, tho valuo of tho road lu tho county, other property would moro valuable, wo would realize belter pree for what wo sell, and pay less for what wo buy. l'rompt action Is necessary. TKACnKItS' IN.STITUTK. The eloping IV .day morning Wo experlHed a trrlf)tc wind nnd hall hero Sand.iy, which did notllr-abl- e opened with M! Nora l'tiillpt at the organ, nod devoitittml exercls dumiiga to fenots. trwH, etc by Mr. J. (J AlaVt'orter. Tho The ntl and second team, mors fa- -' mtllarly koowu m lUo "ClriolnimM tetichors npproclHtvd tn's unilrlng this gnullein.in lu miking ar- Keds" nnd tho "IIolous," played hi mutch jfaw of ball here tli oiar daj rnngemeiiib for thou ntrtalnmeni and interest in them while there resulting lu it score of flv to ol;ht lu ' The dtaraseiori of Arithmetic was fnvorof tho "Kuds" In the first game I. W. and two to nn In fuvor of tho "Ilo. continued, when Conductor Withers gave the touchers a usual tons" In the secosd. MUs itury Allenc Carpenter and her some rare Instruction. Thuy consider brother, Joe, have returned from u him unoxoollwi in Mi ability to Impart visit in Covlntton. Mrs. J. T. Or- knowledge, which Ili be of Invaluable chard and daughters, Mlsces Nellie benefit The dUtrlot iiMoeiutloas were organund ItBBle. of Washington, 1). C, uro ized as follows: with Mrs. J. J. Allen. Mrs. Then. Stanford Mrs. Mury J. Cochrur, of New Orhmns, Is visiting Mr. JaiiiCH L. Yunll. Mrs. John S. vice pres , and Miss Annie MoKtnnej, ee'y. Meeting 2d Saturday In DecemGooJo I seriously 111. The following young Indies went ber. Crub Orchard W. T. White, vieo on the picnic to South Fork Saturduy, pros., Miss Annlo Dunn, sue'y. Mcet-lu- g which bus been given annually by Miss3rd Saturda In September. es Jennie und Lucy McKtnnoy for sev Wuyoesburg M. I:. Wheoldon, vice eral jours: Misses Mary and France Adams, Hello, Kale and Kllzabcth Bo pre , W. K. Sweurungen, sec'y. Time gle, Lucy nnd Kathcrlno Alcorn, Lou of meeting not arranged y Hustonvlllo J. J. Durham, vico Hooker, Geoglu Kewburn. Nuucy and Iicss and Nan l.elcl, of Dan- pre., Miss Aonu Keld.eee'y. Meeting ville. Mr. aud Mr. J. li. McKinney 3rd Saturday in October. Alter recess Miss Ualllo Kdmlston acted us chaH:rones. o Mr. Mary Uradley has returned to presided at the orgun. Ml Kate presented tho resolutions, which Ciileru, Ala. Mesdames M. J. HutT- man and Kuto Culbertson spent several were adopted and whloh aro given days lu liurrodsburg. MUsAnnuCrow iU3ior.UTioxs. liHf returned from an oxtended visit to We, the teacher of Lincoln county her uncle In ICalamaxoo, Mich. Miss Kthel WlthersK)on, tho Hipular guest lu convention nsnmblcJ, puss tho folof Miss Kathcrlno Haughtuan, ha re- lowing resolutions 1st. That wo thoroughly appreciate turned to her home lu Versailles. Tho following attended tho Lexing- tho wide Information, the painstaking ton fair: Mr. und Mrs. Josluh Hlshop, work und tho deep interest lu our T. J. Itjblnson, T. L. Carpenter, D. II. schools as shown by our utllolent InSkinner, W. D. Hooker, . J. P. Fryo structor, Prof! Withers, and we hereby and children, Susie and James. Jack tender him the thanks ot the teaoherr, IMnkertou, of Stanford, spent several wishing him the highest success In hi day horc. Mrs. II. It. Cumnitz I con- grand work. 2J. Thut we regret exceedingly tbc fined to her lied with uu attack of nervous prostration. Mis Claru Horton Illness of our suporlntenduut, Gurlund and Mrs. Jame 1. Hllle. ol Covington, Singleton, whoco fulihfulness to the wo with Mrs. T. L. Carpenter. McKeo cuusoof education In Lincoln county UllTo, of Iloono county, Is with his par- has endeared him to evorjono engaged In the work, and that wo hope to hear ents horo. of his speedy restoration to health and IE. con-duul: to say that no bolter convention wn held at Liberty today. True blue democrat, like) tho Casey type, nover waver, hut invariably nnd loyally support tho nominee Forty ense of smalt-po- x are reported from Clementsvlllo, thl county. Wo learn that Liberty I quarantining from tho stricken settlement. Clementsvlllo I a small village on Casey' crcok, 20 mile Southwest of here. Hon. Lotcher Owsley, of Lancaster, will address tho rotor of Casey county In Liberty on tho at the court-hou- o 2Sib In the Interest of tbo democratic Stale ticket. Kvcry democrat In tho county I earnestly requested to be e. present that day. Tho racls also If there should bo any democrat la tho county who uro unfriendly to the ticket they nro especially Invited to attend. Prof. Hoover and wife gavo an entertainment at M. A. Friday night. Tho professor wa born blind and for this fact was well patronized. Ho Is an expert on the violin nnd a good singer, especially when dealing with comic airs. They ulo curried a .phonograph with them. W. C. Uryant, n and n Lincoln county pedagogue, carried oil first honors for being tho laziest man. Ills prize was a cane. Fred Durham wus a elo.-- second, re coivlng 12(1 vote to Bryant' 1 12. Mis Lorctta Davonport won tho prize on being tho prettiest girl of tho even l It needles K.'M iWi HATS HATS ! III ! w: !: Hats fo Suit Ever) body. :v wol-cotn- Linen Hats, Straw Hats, i, Wool Hats, l!i '.y Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, 0 I I !.. Alpine Hats, Kai road Hats, fellow-townsm- an I Stetson Hetts 1 fill ! i: I x Urown lints, Pearl Hats, Illack Hals; iu fact almost any hat wanted. H. J. M'ROBERTS. o m '' contestant. A literary and debating society wa organized at M. A. Thursday night with u very rcpectablo membership, If Our Goods GiveSatUfaclion, Tell Others, If Not, Tell L's. which wo hope will grow to n muc'.i larger membership. Prof. C. It. Ogg wa made temporary chairman, and after stilting the objects of the meet Ing, the following otllccrs wero elected; Chairman. Duko God bey; Vico Chairman, J. K. KeUay; Secretary, Mis Llllle Kceney; Critic. Clarence Colo man; Marshull, L. W. Creech. Two committees were nnmed one to draft a s, and constitution and draw up one to make out a program for the next meeting. Tho society will meet every Friday night. NEWS OF THE VIGtHAGE. A Warm -- Feature - IS- S.aughieg'.ns: In Good Clothing. FriceS OUR ENTIRE STOCK Must be reduced, nnd therefore we aie giving you S13.50, 112 and 810 Suits for Vajraa. Keu-ncd- He-gl- Mrs. F. M. Ulee, nged So, died In MadUon. See for yourself and tell your friends. Ksmcmber these good things are coinc nnd Tho Burgln Messenger, W. T. ' GOING FAST. editor, ha resumed publication. MANY OTIIEIt SUCH IlAltGAINS. Davison ha recommended W. II. Searcy for the Lawrenceburg Ew-Ing, 7-S bt-lo- BRIEF NEWSlQTATION. The yellow fever scare I over aud Newtort Now has raited the o,uarau-lln- e established against Hampton and vlulnlty Alexander McDonald, king of tho Klondike, who wasuuiultl-mllllonalrfailed, owing $0,000,000. Ho has started to work ugaln as a oor miner. Tho grand stand of the Louisville Uumj ball park was burned either from u lightning Mash or it llvo wire cross. Lowt $12,000, It will be robullt ut omu Tho storm did great damage to tho midway at tho Htks' fair In Lexington Tho nlophant got loose, tho lions i alsed Old Ned and there was u high old tlmu generally. When tho Jailer at Fort Gibson, Miss., went to the cell of BUI Wilson, colored, Imprisoned for attempt ut criminal ussaull, lie Jon ml that u mob hud quietly visited tho jail and lynched tho prlsonor. Tho Kentucky Distlllcrlc and WareCompany I said to have decided Goebol bald of house This U whut Senator to make 300.000 barrel of whisky, or tho disreputable sheet at Muj Hold "Tho about 14,100,000 gallons, during tho LouUvlllo Dispatch was established coming season. with tho mouoy of 2,000 democrat In It I now hollered that fiOO live were ih l.nur of democracy' peril. It ha lost In tho hurricane In tho West Infallen Into tho hand of tho Louisville dies. At l'oneo 200 bodle havo been It Is recovered, Tho war department bus & Nashville Uallroad Company. ihn lilaukest traitor that hu over at In response to appculs, sent u ship load tempted to destroy tho democratic par- of ration to the dcstltutu In 1'orlo ty, Tho election law, which It Ulco. und call upon tho republican repealed ut a epcclul Tho pension disbursement for tho governor to havo ...li.n of tliu ceneral aisoinOly, was fiscal year wcro $lliS,2)l0.:). Tho total number of pensioner on tho roll Is pusscd by Its uld, and oftcr tho that law, claimed exclusive l)ul,rll, a decrease of 2,11)5. Thu war with Spain hu brought u total of 10,080 credit for It.".. claim bo far. DMr.Jostfphluo K. Honry will tako Tho I'uducah Louder will become a tho siiimp ugulnst Coobol, but oven anil will muko u hot light that will not causo tho head of tlto dally for Goebol uud thu democratic ticket. t ckct to withdraw. e, onact-inontof y TllK London Echo sav that John II. Jackson, one of It best citizens, will Sc Co., L. 136, likely move to Danville. N. C. Campbell, u school tcachcr,and another man with the same surname Ivy., Aug. 1899. wcro killed by tho caving In of a well n Whltloy county. Miss Hulllo Kagan, of Crcelsboro, committed sulcldo because her parents would not let her go to thu Russell Gents: You will please lliul enclosed check for one Spring fair. Th?urtC. S. train passed through Burgln In July, 1ST", 22 year ago1 Tiger Disc J?lov, or in other words, the best plow that Slncu that day, a Burgln citizen taye, have ever seen. 11 men havo been killed by train In tho yards at that town. I am plowing clover land that was grazed last year and While cleaning out a well In Whitley county Hobert Campbell was overcome is awful hard and dry, but the old mowed this year. by foul air. Cornelius Campbell, u cousin, went Into tlio well after him Tiger is doing the work for it, and don't you forget, it. and both wo'ro dead when taken out. to his accustomed pluce. :U. That tho congratulatlot 8 of tho Deputy Sheriff David Chadwcll, who I would not be without ono for anything in the bounds Institute are due tho chilrman, Mr. L. wa shot from ambush near ManchesP.. Hughes, for his ublo discharge of ter, Clay county, I not seriously Injurtho duties that devolved oil him so un- ed. Ho fell from hi hoi so to mako his of reason. expectedly, und to him and tho secreta- enemies think bo was killed, and after"Wishing you and the tiger Disc Plow great success, I ries for tholr untiring courtesies to ward rodu away. Ho Is wounded In the side. visitor and teachers. Yours truly, T. J,. CAIiPEXTEli. The jury in tho case of tbo Common- Jim, 4th. That we congratulate oursulvi wealth ugalnst Lau Goodln for comon tho happy selectiou of CrubOrchaid of asthuplacoof holding our Institute plicity lu tho killing of Marshal LLk rtytfJTit y"s j jc v '"L:jTr" "i-'tTT jStttb? j jsuc' Baibourvlllo, brought In a verund wo will have gratuful mumorios tf dict of not guilty. Hubbard was mur tbo numerous kludiifssiwaud great dured on thu night of December 24, shown us by tho cltlzeu. lbb". Wm. Do:ktt was 21 given year Sth That we acknowledge our M W. 1'. Walton for atten- for tho murder but after serving eight tions shown tin., lustlititoand tovurlous year wus acquitted. friend In the city, who havo assisted ua 11V A WOMAN lUKCOVVltUi by tholr attendance, tlmoiy eccnc Autilhrr iirMt JIm.hmj b uu.li' ami II at J. Frohman TUB GLOBB, 'Phone JIustoxville, Danville. :, Messrs. Higg'ins & McKinney, I It Hul-bard.- . n'jr JIBitwBfci ty and milsUi and lu many wuys huvo cuu trlbutud to the success of our meeting. Kalo Bogle, chairman, A.inlo Sallie MoWhortor, M. H. Wheoldon, II. II. Young, commlttoo. Mr. Swearengen moved and It was udoptcd that tho teacher of this county inuko au effort to secure a joint association between tho countlo of I'ulutkl, Lincoln und Cusoy, thu tlmu of meeting to bo arranged by thu committee of the vurlou counties. Tlio teacher douiduJ by a vote of 30 to 22 in favor of Stanford, Instead of McKinney, for Institute next year. In appropriate word Mr. Hughe paid u tribute to our worthy Instructor, thu teacher, tho secretaries and to tho people of Crab Orchard. Prof. Wither, who has endeared himself to us greatly, bado us udluu in thut sumo clear cut Anglo Saxon, vocabulary that has characterized him all through tho Institute. Wo do not suy that all eyes were dry when ho had Mulshed hi purtlng pccch. Closing chorus; "God bo With You Till Wo Meet Again." Miss Hulllo IMiulstoa organist, lioccdlctlon, Prof. J, W, Wither. M.H. 1 Uiwiimi u.iciwl too, liv lai.ly In llil nMuiry su.1 for Mreu vvsrtt tut) wiiu lt c'ltiiiliert iii.ti lit tvu. Uul her tital iiiyiii wtre uiiiivrminva aii'i UMiut m4mm iiiuutnt-iili ioiifml lutwuuWy, suit toultl IlirMMtioulti nvl siiv. cue nuaiiy uihttt,i,M a way lu rtvuy err Itr iuri'.ullt2uf ui n iMtltls nf Hi Nw Oucovtrv (or Cuu.uiui.tlon. sik! Haau luiuti re- Iltmvlou lakiDii dm Hum, t nat alie Hyt )l uuul ftto.Nl hr Kiut w.mmn M anilwllhtou Uiitlx liulwn abvilutely cur-- I Her iiaui.'iaMra. I.ulkrr Lull ' lliiu wtitaa W C ll.nniiik Al'u.,of Mitlby N V IrUl Iwt'm In at IVnuy's I'ruii Store lUitular sks viivutt aiivl SI. r.er imiij ruaraut.tl. . Wr 7a i flw ptoy fTtsisc .Asflw wr. S. Ring In the new IUc; c-- t tii falsa Ring in the truo " We brln'r o vou the new and truo from tht " Ri3 cat tto Old vs "I" Harry Glovanudl, of tlio Danvillo and It. M. Gutcs, of tho Nashville American, uud B. G. Doyle, of thu LouUvlllo Post, havo jointly purchased thu Evening News, of Paducah, rt for $22,.'iO0 cash. Thu paper will Advocate, Brown. Ho'j. N. B. Hays, of Pinuvllle, who was defeuted for ultornoy general, say ho ha uo patience with democrat who betray thu party, und J. C. Jones, of tho saino place, say tho statement I false lu toto that ho will go back on thu .LVLfiR$ vf !?!a3b Lii rHaois-Bgai-nuii- Cf ii .wiir m n SB DR. BELL'S I irw aUp&H!i.rhif jRSHk. TIP lyMBtflfiiLLW? a fc ticket. ltobcrt L, Walker, the man who broke MeKlnley u fow year ago, tiled u petition In bankruptcy, placing hi liabilities at over $100,000, with no aoot. ii rMM FOR SALE ATP Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Klence to a Pleasant, Permanent. Positive Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaTha sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out : the rated ; the microbe-bearinU removed, and the Inflamrd rmtv.nt that membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough. SOJ.D BY ACL OOOO ORUOQISTS n g BttlOnly. jar SURF Vftll RFT 2So.,50o. and $1.00 SIsm aafrlpMwaUuoouhaandcnM. Ilmakw U. A. ucuxlts, Mk Iun0 Ooa.-t- J. " " " """V PENNY'S JiTZVP &TUIIV. bi ls - - . Jft - - 4 k . 2" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - Aug. is, 1899 W. P. WALTON. I s.. a big ilay for democ racy In Kontiicny, for In addition totho mro of lecr Hehts who preached it from as many clump, Hon. William Gocbcl, our distinguished nomlneo for governor, and Hon. J. C.S. Blackburn, our next U. S. Senator, formally opened the campaign In magnificent speeches to .1,000 or more enthusiastic democrat at Mayflcld, Graves county. The only untoward event of tho day was tho heat prostration of Mr. Gocbcl, after ho hnd spoken for about 40 minutes. Tho day "VOL' can put It In your paper," ald was tcrrlflcly hot and ho was so overto nn Ixte come that ho fell In a faint. Ho recov- Judge R. J. Brecklnrldgo McClns-key- , was thought best Rioii Joi'KXAl man, "that Dr. ered shortly, but It of Spencer, in a conversation with for Senator Blackburn to speak and I I'cake, of Mr. Goebel to concludo later. Tho me, corroborated Mr. R. by saying that tho Inci- Shelby vllle, that Gov. Brown told them Senator began convention dent was but a llttlo stago play, that several days after tho State he and Goebel did by turns, which hap- that ho would support tho ticket and bo a py sally put tho crowd at case and in speak for it, adding I am going to good condition to listen to tho powerful candidate for U. S. Senator and want 1110 address that he delivered. Ho cham- you gentlemen to noip mo. v. must havo discovered later of tho platform and pioned every plank especially tho Election law, which he that ho had no moro chanco for tho Senate than an iclclo has In hades, un favored as an original proposition, no more less he could get It through tho L. it under It thero will bo N. and the republicans, and it was for stealing of votes in Kentucky. Tho Senator paid Mr. Goebel and the that reason that ho somorsaultcd arid entire ticket tho hlghct encomiums turned his back on tho party to which and was milder In speaking of tho bol- ho owes everything. It was n fatal ters than was expected. Ho had no mistake, which ho will spend tho rest unkind word for them, but If tho third of bis llfo In regretting. party movement should be perfected at The bolteis county conventions SatLexington ho would go for tho misguid- urday wero remarkable for tholr slim-ncs- s Tho Courier Journal predicts, that ed fellows who accept places on tho of attendance and lack of enthusi- tho John Young Brown ticket will colNICE HOME TOR SALE- ticket by showing up the black spots In asm. In many counties tbero was no lapse before the day of election. There I oflr (ir Ml i rivatelv ihv rry iltWlnMr Km Mills' Point to the their records, from meeting, whllo from two or three to a is nothing to It except tho spasmodic xiHlInt, m nn the l4iivl)l ke. I", iuiIm Big Sandy. He showed how foolish and baker's dozen wero as many as could energy of an eloquent und honorable friu th 1.",at MimkiM ll It wrll ini(Hv l, the iifHMsrr outliuHdl.it. nerr fai' unreasonable Is the bolt this tirao and bo mustered In u score of counties. At old man and tho vlclousncss of n fow liK bft ailin4 plenty nf fruit IfDitl o!it water ly Itofore will ll at puMlc auction tn Iron I of the plead with those who wero dissatisfied Henderson, Brown's home, only 27 disappointed asplranta for nominations In Manforil. Srft. 11 I"', iulr to consider well before they took tho ur hawr showed up. Bets aru freely made that that they failed to get. The money and court tlar Tmi to iilt U...MIT. San?lll. Ky (tUKENlir.llIll fatal step. His arraignment of the re the wholo thing will collapso before machlnorv of the Louisville & Nashpublican party aud of trusts and comthe election and that those who will not ville Railroad Company will be thrown NOTICE TO YOU! bines was terrific and when he concludcorao back to their first lovo will vote directly totho republican ticket. Your ed there was prolonged and enthusiashavpnnl th thvpon !m-idirectly for the republican ticket, Undo Milton Smith knows his busi- Hlat tha Krana' ptnrrhl ask a ahirr uf ynr tic cheering. ness, lie Is too wary and a it iron a cr 1 lut ha I ymt a of eiir1n in In which seems the only manly thing to h war Mr. Goebel had now fully recovered man to tako two bites at a cherry. illanipott an4jniarai.tr flrtl rUDAVL I in VS. A do. intirl other w..rk, and proceeded to finish his speech. He When ho goes In with a polo to knock handled the L. & N. without glovesand ADDITIONAL LOOAL. down the persimmons, It Is tho longest showed why It bua entered the Oght Follows degreo teura will pole in sight. Tbo nifties, fluting and The OJd icy. against him and tho ticket. It was beok,vu oncrr fancy washings aro left to Bro. BumII sevcause It wanted to perpetuato tho sin- go to Lancaster tonight and confer Duko. But when It comes to "busiTlmrouuti. I'rj II. ll mtil Piotmi I'riratr. lodge there. tv llutMluri cointu'MkHi, gle gold standard and secure the defeat eral degrees for tho ness," there is no nonsenso ucd tbo irttehiiui will mirr un Iliaanl SurroHmllnc, iliillra t th- - Bllti year. The Bolmonts and of Bryan next ;ar?vi I. li 9. I'or Ini JAfadmlMtoii a.Mitf THE K. C. took 36 Cincinnati excur- "old roan" has the "call." C. J. H UK TAIT. l"n tho Rothschilds were back of the sionists from hero Sunday and the train LAND AND ST03JC. tchemo being worked by President had over 800 when It reached the Milton H. Smith. The Issue is drawn Queen City. Mark Hardin sold two mules yester itoMMtnt honra ruuiMnril with tli lu't p whether this great corporation shall lar fttraltii of hun'M anl tail ilir hrr nut tint tnj The wind of Sunday afternoon blow day at WU. rule or servo the people and ho bad no Dan Uolman sold to M. J. Harris a cotublnM natlnter l Jny t aula all mtiitrrttlwho head! hy the tiiNrc-- lVtlmltuH, .So. 1!. fears of tho result. Tho peoplo aro not the doors of Jndgo W. It. Carson's mule for 400. aire IVdro Al aot ttim liifonta IVIro Major a in ready to surrender their powers of gov store together and broke the large hiVI yterm twonf Mr Cooler a winolott Ukf R. C. Nunnelley bought of A. T. hen. at theUorMa Fair Shorthorn are voups to tho L. & N. and they will glass In each. ernment Marf'a tiifpl wlih MMyra, iVrlra IWrmn ami 100 ewes at 3c. Hunn OiKiaI, NHittHhiwnaUerp, Volan10.lDa ami limit resent at the polls tho effort of tho HortHaYOEN and sons, John und John S. Murphy bought of Alex ahlrr Iioj- - ltutltlilually (pxnl an! tawt fmm the managers of this corporation to thwart Joe, engaged in a fight with Will lienUuf Kentucky lrtce rramaMe ComHicks 12(S ewes at .'lie. anil k- or wrflelVr what you waat their will. The sliver question, tho Lovelace, also colored, yesterday af y HM, Manlon! Ky nays sold to J. H. Baughman ic J. C. y Mr 9 guarantee etrrythlna Election bill, tbo McCbord bill and tho ternoon, and thoy will bo tried today. V V W.llTli.N. Alitor IW.l Co. his crop of wheat at (Uic. . School Book bill were each discussed IQ owes and 300 wethers, FOR Sale. BIG Crane James Livingston, son in an able manner and their importance Ky. preacher, killed a crane that Poynter ic Burton, fully and clearly shown. He opposed of tho Land ! Ten thoroughbred South Down buck Public tbo imperialistic policy of tbo republl stood six feet in its tracks and measur- lambs for sale. E. P. Woods. can party and showed up the failure of ed six feet eight Inches from tip to tip. Shelby Bros, sold "5 Southdown owes On Saturday, Kept. 16. '99, the State and National administrations "ANY bolters In tho West End?" was to a Mercer county party at $u.25. will sell to tin- - lilgliiMt Wilder on t lie iirri In his powerful way. The bolters and 1. ic G. S. Shelby sold In tbo last day II A V Nowlnriil, l tliu tl.i' asked of Jesse P Rifle yesterday. "Only their deluded followers were not men- those who are given to such doings," or to HI export cattle at fancy figures. uated litfarm ufCrwlcInto LVd.ir Matlon on llio I. .V N It. It , mi Die tKiifonl .V Critli OreliRril pike. tioned, but ho went for the Louisville regulars are all in A terrific hall storm destroyed thoueren miles from Stanford nnd three from Dispatch like a thoub.ind of brick and was the reply, "the sands of acres of wheat In North Dako- Ciali Orclianl. line." said that the support of the ticket This Fara C:stilss 133 A:rss ef Lisi, ta. by the Courier-Journ- al and Times was Mrs. J. T. Curtis, who had DEATH Hulijivt doner, wIJiut J. E Lynn & Sons sold to Miller, of ed with to Hieresilience uf clehtwell Improvnow wholly unsolicited and that the party been a teacher In tho Waynesburg Sunroom. Inn 101 cattlo for October delivery h 1II1. porehen Hnilecll ir, tno Uirii. i.u.l nil and its candidates were under no sort of day School for 15 years, died a few dajs Illinois, . neces:irv iutliiilld'nri. nurh k obligation to them for that support. slnco of dropsy. A husband and four Iiujikv liiniw. ete To never fulling Mark Hardin bought of Jas. Baugh prltgv rniivenlbnt to rliool lion. eliureli-Closing his magnificent, ctTort, which children Burvlve. Sbo was a most exAlMiut iO acre In good steer calf .iid man, colored, an extra was applauded throughout, Mr. Gocbcl cellent woman. Intlitiiee In IjIuu kmm. Tho farm for $20. will Ik olfertHl In two trm'U. the widow' said: "Tbo people of Kentucky are to A. 'A. Hughes sold Simon Weihl 61 ilntTiT of 15 urn with Improtenieiitit. !! Mrs. Mattiu Vanuevebic Kikiiy, determine this year whether roxt year 5 cents. Mt. Vernon unimproved Tho hid or hid iteeepted which reullzn thegrenter num. The Kentucky's vote will be counted as It assisted by a class of young ladles and export cattle at Signal. Ii:i th rlchlof cedln In the full, will bu cast for Bryan for president and a number of little- folks, will give an D. S. Johnston sold to John B. Em- - with full Kvelou of tho II? acre Jan. 1. for the National platform of lfeOtJ, or entertainment under tho auspices of I Sun 52 for October delivcali, balance- In Truu whether tbo theft of Kentucky's vote the Ladles of tho Maccabees at McKln-nc- y bry export cattle mid 13 month, with r. per rent Interest with ery at 4le. AdThursday evulng, tbo 17th. perpetrated lu 189(1 shall bo ropeatcd; wurllj I.h'ii D. A. Baugh sold for J. II. Eaton 03 purcliuxu money.retnlnvd on tho land for the whether another Dcboo or some demo- mission 15c and 23 cts. Refreshments I will will bo served. Floienco Tanner, Re. acres of land on Green River to A. O. Iioumi toll nt name tlmo und place nne cratic renegade, or Joseph C. S. Black conltln' of iK'driMim Peck for J2.V). burn shall succeed William Lindsay In cord Keeper. nt. couch, tablet, etc. file will betfln at Bcazloy Bros, bought of Elder Jos. '.' r. M. 1'or further Information nddre tho Federal Senate: whether British When Mrs. S. M. Duncan left Dal II I'. NF.WI.AM). F.xnr , und Levi Anderson a lot of corn financiers or American voters shall las, Texas, for Stanford to visit her pa- - Ballon I'reaehertvllle. Ky at $2 delivered. control this nation's financial policy; rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland, purchased OS Jonas Weihl whether tho ttusts or tho people shall she and her husband had their housecattlo of Sldnoy G. Clay, at fo rule; whether Imperialism shall replace hold goods stored with a firm there. democracy; whether the Louisville &" Sho is In receipt of a letter from her Paris Kentuckian. J. H. McAllstcrand John B. Foster Nashville Railroad company Is tho ser- husband saying tho storage houso sold to John B. Embry 120 cattlo for vant or tho master of the people of this burned and that their goods were conOctober delivery at 5c. commonwealth. Tbo Issues are clearly sumed. They had no insuranco. F. P. Combcst bought tbo James drawn, emphatically presented. Thero Miss Naiiers, who will havo ehargo Dunn farm of 300 acres on Grccu River, ought not to bo, thero can not bo, doubt of the primary department of Stanford near Dunnvlllo for $3,100. as to tho verdict." J. T. Carson sold to G. M. Glvons a Female College next session, has spent At night Judgo Rcdwlno spoke .'Ho and to J. W. bis rulings aud showing tho many years in teaching llttlo folks, und bunch of heifers at utter falsehood of tbo charge that tbo has had the finest success. Sbo brings Allen some extra good hogs at 4c. There's wisdom In this proverb. L. C. Dunn sold to Walker Routt 20 report of tho credentials commltteo had the very best testimonials as to her Fortune seldom frowns on well. not been adopted by a majority of tbo qualifications for this special work. yearling sheep at $3.50 and to T, L. 32 ut $3.50. dressed man. He who Is careful otes of tbo convention. He said that Send your llttlo girls to tbo college; Carpenter 00 at $3.00 and s Southdown buck lambs IB about his personal appearance comtho presence of tho pollco in the hall they tako them as young as six years. and yearling bucks for sale Sco S. It was necessary to prercrvo order and mands confidence and respect. Ky. Recruits. During his threo days' Cook, of Cooks Springs. Rowland, that ho had told members of tho Brown .If you leave your clothing orders Jockoy Albert leom, who used torldo organization that If they would show stay at Hustonvlllo, Lt. A. J. Dillon, 'with hi tn where "000 delcgato was prevented who Is enlisting for tbo 29th U. S. V. for Juck China, shot himself with sui 1 from voting according to his own free Infuntry, stationed at Atlanta, only got cidal Intent in a pawnshop ut will he would join tbo bolters himself. eight men, as follows: Kile J. Folo-we- ll, O. P. Huffman bought of M. S Thomas B. Ellis, Porter Frost, STANFORD, His speech was ruptuously received bolped to swell the tldo of enthusi- Ed II. Kldd and West Hull, of Casey, Baughman soma butcher stuff at .'!c una and locsl igcnt for asm that is beginning to sweep tbo and William C. Dalloy, Everett F. of J. II. Baughman u bunch of hogs at Smiley and Henry W. McKlnloy, of 3io. FRED KAUFFMANN, Btato from one end to tho other. Pcnco ic McGulrosold In Cincinnati a Chicago, The American Tailor, It was u most auspicious opening of a tho West End. Thero were not u great of mountain lambs ut an uvor d campaign that promises to be the most many applicants, but a goodly number you will look your best, and as for memorable in tho State und result iti of those who applied did not pass tbo aga or 4Jc. They sold to J. C. Fox 125 luck, every deal will give you overwhelming victory for tho party examination. At Danville, Lt. Dillon wethers at 31c an Thomas WJlson sold Sam Cull 31 800- found only ono man who wanted to do of the peoplo. service and ho failed to get in. It Is pound cattlo ut 4c. Willis ic Broadwoll, COL. Jack Chink suggests as tho more than likely that tho lieutenant of Cynthlana, brought 05 mule colts emblem of tbo bolters an L. it N. cross-ti- e will ou at Ilastonvllle again the last of hero at from $15 to $10. Harrouiburg with a bolt through It. Democrat. this week to secure moro recruits. Satuhiiay wan met at Lexington Friday evening and on petition of tho contract ors, who urged many reasons for tholr dolav. uronled them an extension of timo to September, to comploto their contract, forfeit to bo charged against them from July 1, tho origlnnl tlmo for completion, upon their falluro to have tho buildings completed. It was decided to open tho Institution with an elaborate program, at which Gov. Bradley Is to preside and other distinguished men bo present. The buildings to be dedicated At that tlmo have room for 200 boys, who will bo brought from tho penitentiary and given on ed ucation and made to learn n trade. But for tho falluro of the contractors to do tholr work on time, tho Institutions would have opened a month ago and bo now in full blast. of Rofor-- The board of trustees of tho Houses wind Sunday afternoon blew tbo Tho Dr. UuM farm of .130 itcrc at j nln I of J. E. Ilruco's barn and light- nli! 1'iilnl f.li'lt. ii;Tnr."il ni. niilillcl Dr. I. Letcher, was withdrawn ning killed a valuable tnaro for Mrs. by tXl W. new at tier Robort Burnett. Doo Ilryo and Culvln Carpenter, of The roof 01T cx-cu- nt the for stealing a lot of fair this week with a rtrlnu of chow Bcazloy it Carter, whllo horses that ought to get a bolt or mi of meat from their backs wero turned Saturday bluo ribbons. C T Sandldgo won the Mft cup for nlftht, will be tried this morning tho best stallion threo years old, Fripremium on hi Tub county court yesterday was bar day. Healogiit llrst and stallion untttalllon ren of Items of gctteral Interest. Tbo der three years, besides numerous seccommissioners reported tho allotment ond premiums at tho I'.lk' Fair. Lewis It, Dotv has rented of Mr. S. of dower to Mrs. Bettlo Gooch and .110 sotno road overseers wore changed, and II. Shanks tho Lackey farm of Dotyacre has far tu-- tear for tl.UoO Mr that was about the cxtont of tho done well on W. If. Murphy's farm, but Mr Murpbv will move luck from Toxn and run It hlmnalf next year. Cot'NTY Cocut GOEIIEL BUTTON'S. Goebel buttons Th"ro wero nlxnii mot of are In such demand In this section .100 catllo ln'ro yesterday, butmile No wito that it Is hard to keep n supply. Chus. them went home unold. tho following made publicly but T. Montgomery writes us from Liberty private ones wen J. C. Hat to send him n lot as thero are democrats sold to C. L. Dawes a bunch of cnlve ut Jlit.i", and to C Mohley nine yearby tho hundreds in Casey who want ling steers nt $22 M): W C. Greening them and want them bad. sold tr Bon Rnblnron lot) Mock owes at KISOiM. ti.Uurtnn, of l'ulukl, sold POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. nine calves nt 81.1 ftO; J. M Gooch Mild to W. E. Atnon two calves for SI5; C. Four ''Brownies'' nttended tho bolters Vnnoy bought of Crlt White a cow and meeting nt Cynthlana Saturday. cilf for .t: J V lUuzhtnnn sold to a Between 4,000 und 5,000 people heard Tenneifee partv a I Ml I Angus bull calf for $10. W. It Donliain Goebel and Blackburn at WIcklltTa of yearling mules at SH txiught a bunch .',0. Plug horsyesterday es were slow at any price o Hon. G. G. Gilbert will speak at Elder J G Livingston and Rev. A next Monday afternoon, county I Daughcrtco are holding a mooting at court day. HoJgi) Grove, which has resulted so A Graves county democrat bet $."00 lar tn eight confession that Gocbel's plurality over Taylor In Elder J. L. Allen, of Danville, will that county, would bo moro than John assist tho pastor. Elder Livingston, In Young BrownV voto In tho cntlro First a protracted meeting which will begin at Goshen Sunday morning district. Charlev June wa shot and killed by Tho vote for the nomination of a Sam Williams at East Uernstiidi, In democratic candidate for jailer In Laurel county. Franklin county was tho largest In 10 Tho West India hurricane struck Florida slightly, but little damage wa years and shows practical unanimity for done tho Stato ticket, as only those who M Labor!, Drovfus' counsel, wa In Paris. pledged to voto It participated. John Adams, lltistnnvllle, aro Uiusell Spring SiaeepingOatSaie The Values Grow Stronger A tlil, our (Irumest of all .Swwplng-Ot- it Slo, InstiRiirsteil to rlrnrt up our nllro Mom oi in" summer nirHiu, on The vnluc lncrrnc In their nttmetlvcnr" low price grniln hsve horn ilitpoMvlof Now wo tncilo the liftlcr lino, nnd lhe weeping nvlurlloi h make ' four-year-o- ld Mlliant Itwul uvcty Item. .1(1 Monday-SavingChanc- ss. l.tidl" Krrncli Woven CWeM, 21 to 21, I lie, former prlcvs II. Anything In I.iulleV Short WnNl CbrsoU 13c, former priori 75c YOUR CHANCE Jut 1 , I Dan-vlll- For rlie.ip IVfcalrs, WlmNor nml Sea Maml liraniN. 5o, former prlro l'.Jc received n full lino Oarnitiir Skirtlmc nil sftndusonly 00c. former prices f 1.25 Afewnumnifr droM Skirts left in dark nnd light linen nml duck, to cl"c. OVc, former prlrn f Solid Pique in llitds Kyo mid lledfnrd Mripo only 10c, former price IV 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS. Guarantee,) eipmlto nnr 10c ipinbty only 'c. Men's Wenched Drill limner", ribbed n nicies worth 50c, to go tins week for 2'x . Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. A . ir.iih in Jut received thai TV, Choice tlu cnli nylblng In Mcii'h or Hoy Orh I.lncn IU' only llc. haM. an elegant and nobby lino of I.vlica' walking hit, eyrie and gulf Cour;-huii- wk ol Indies' trimmed liata If'c ? Look at Our Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. 1 And get prirei. We cin Kive ym 25 ier cent. Our Shoe mid flultifng tick l full of ill ice bttrgami. An ocinpir" in full uccitntiot give prio't vts inril ymi ti c nu nnd nee for your elf. COrXSGE HOME, A-it- The Louisville Store. The Clieart Iluutejin Town A. URBANSKY town & CO., Proprietors. FOP? SALE. 11 T.I). KaKKY, Manager. llranch stores nt Kllmbetlitown, Hlkton, Uwrntiorii. .Slielbvvllli-- , Vcrmlllcn, liarda llopkinavlllr, MndWonvillr, Morgmficlil, (ieorgclown Ky , t'Uikuvllle, Tenn. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O GO TO lt 't Moberts, ttye Druggist, FOIt- - Sale of Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c., At The Lowest Cash Prices. AUGUST 23, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ut-lc- n.nke-liou- e. The BRODHEAD FAIR Offer Illwral premiums on all ring v enltl-vatln- n. 24 AND 25. - pur-cIiu- TROTTING-- , One-thi- 1 hold-goo- 1,450-pou- nd $ ZfWZ. RUNNING AND PACING- RACES BACH DAY. CAKE WALK Baby Show, Worst Turnout and Mule races are some of the many features for 1st day. In fact you can liavu more real fun for lens money than any fair In tho .State. Don't mits it. Write tho Secretary for a premium lint. A. K. AI.nitlOUT, Secy.. J TUPS. CHKimV, Ttrq I., i; I'UOTIIKIIOK, 1'ies. tociangeyourluck change your tailor THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery lu Central Kentucky, Slaving been now the mut up equipped with the marvelous Anaatlipuat 1jiiscn, the now dUcovcry in imtlcal I with to say to tho Ladies that bciencu Thin In THESE LENSES FLATTER. JiiMt first-clus- received a large ttock of thu very katest Designs it) JVJouldhpgs. Suit-nlil. J. P. JONES, 41 Patterns never gold In this locality buforo-ha- vu to bo been to bo appreciated o for framlni; from the Hiuiplent photoirraph to tho imt eluhomii, .,..i.:.. Auionj,' tho lot U tho Sow French "Vleur.JV-I.- i" moulding specially f('r nili.ble dellcalo pluures, Kmbroldered Main, Trench Water Colors, and all plctureH that r.i .. l.l.ilu ...it... uu.iiii; f..Hln W'l.u.l 11 viiiiii(iihip,uii ecu .. aimI juiiu """".. iiiinim tla..llln null n.l .. u ... kci our price. Wo will nave you money. KMiiiiru utrvet uppositu Tost OJllcu, Danville, car-loa- Cypress Shingles. fron Fence. ( A. C.SfflE, Metal Roofing. v STAN FORD, Ky.: y. r Mill Work. N THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C L. LoVELLand n visit to Wayne. MliS M. B. wlfo nro back from IN Stanpokd, Ky., E. - Whay ha gono to Illoomtngton, 111., to vlilt relative. Mltfl.SALLli: Wash-IngtoI Fiiksii lino of candles at Warren it Shanks'. Fresh Farrl' Kmi'IKE lino of lake at Georoo II. Auo. 15, 1899 0. Walton, Uuhiniss Manaokh, Warren. Mil. plonnnd McShcrry grain drill n Hknedict, of county, with Mr. William S. on tho market. W. A. Carson. A. I. II.ititiHand wife, of Frankfort, arq with Mr. and Mr. T. Oiokui: F I'ovvell nnd daughter. Mlts Capplo, nro attending tho Kusscll combined with materials cure, skill nnd accuracy Insure good Spring fair. Miss Macok DoUulas, after an exNo other method oro over result. used In our prescription work, Penny' tended vlalt to Mia Ora Warron, ha Drugstore. rcturnou" to Crab Orchard. KYIxBoilONnnd wife, of Decatur, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. III., are visiting hi parent, Dr. and MllS. S. M. Owknh ha ronlnrlal ta- - Mr. J. T Hohon, nl Kldd' Store. vor. Mils G. L. I'ibjny will entertain her Onoiidi: II. Ki.i.m 1ms been qulto married friend Thursday evening In Ick. honor of Mr. T. S Wobb, of Jons IlituuiT, of Gray, Is at homo Knoxvlllo. sick. Dlt. It. M. NCNNKLLHY, wife and Mrs. Jmp Hhi.dkn wa very III, but Mr, lien Couchman, of Winchester, la convalescing. wcru gueal of tho fumlllo of Mossr. Mish Daisy IIarman, of Hoyle, l L. II. and I I' Nunnellcy. with tlio Mlssc Hock. TllK friend of Mr. John G. Lynn, Mish S.U.i.u: Lynn wont to Dun villa who ha been laid up with elallca for ten! ay to villi relative. vet lx week, wero glad to seo him town MlHH LlLt.lK WARNKlt, o( Garrard, yoatorday. Ho has to uo cruthes, la tho guost of Mrs. J. W. Porrln. Mlts. V W. Allhn entcrtulned In MAllY NOKL, of Danville, la Miss honor of Mlsso Alleno and Annlo wttb her father, Kcv. H. K, Noel. Hello Fox n few evening lnce and Mim. William Goocii and llttlo rnnde her guest havo a most pleaaant daughter nro visiting In Lexington. time. Liw ItKil l back from New York on MltS. M.MIY GlVKNS, Mis Hyrd u visit to hi family nnd sweetheart. Glvona and MIm Haf.Io Surber aro at a K. Uhi'ci:, wlfo and Ml Mil J. Dripping Spring Dr. A. S. I'rlco will go U Drlpplnir Srlnjr today. Mis Mollik Johnson, of I,oul-vlll- e, and Jack Heailay will follow thl afTill", boat Soda WATi:n, leo cold, pure and most refreshing ut Penny' Drug Sloro. J.Tctor. Oait. H. Jr, Lo-n- I visiting Mlaa Minnie Straub. Mil Johki'II Cofkky ient several day with hi old friend at Livingston. Mlts. J. M. HlATT, of Garrard, la visiting tho family of Kuv. K. K. Noel. Mil and Mrs. J. C. Hays hovo ro turned from a visit to Mr. Hay' mother In Gat rani. ternoon. Tin: doctor tapped Mr Leo Reynolds, of the Wuyneaburg section, again the othor day und rolicved him of four ration of water; making 13 gallon that has been taken from him lately LOCAL Mlts. L. H. OiVBNSla vloltlntr relative In Lincoln county. Hurrodsburg HAPPENIN0S7 Tin: I Twlce-u-Wee- k Intkiiioii Joint-NA- L Democrat. Miss Mamii: Lynn I baok from the West, wbero the tont n month mot delightfully. Mus. John H. DkNakih. of Lorctto, pent sovcrnl day with her father, only 41 that. a year cash. Ilomcmber Georgo Hoo. Aktkr running by hero u woek, tho Mil. I. A. I'OTTiat wont to l.obanon Saturday to mo hi daughter, Mr. J. Q .V C. train resumed tholr regular D, Holdcrman. runi. yesterduy, the Hurnsldo tunnel In MltS. L. M. WnsTHItKIHI.I) and on, which the naphtha ear exploded, limWilliam Sheridan, arc with relatives ing at last been cleared. Lewis Glbon was lined Mil. AND MltS. G. C. Kltf.l.KK, JlL, n.tlley'a court Saturday went to KiuhoII Spring jostorduy to for "outtlng up'1 In a 'bu while returnpend a week or two. the ing from the Hustonvlllo fair and scarMiss ANNK Shanks attended ing tho women pucngors. burial of her unole, Mr. Jainc A. Pick-ut- t, 1 TO Shelby county. 500. A West End gentleman, in , Miss Anna Cook returned to Hnr- - who doesn't talk through his hat, will Kay wager from $1 to 500, at oven money. rodebtirg with her couatn, Ml Satlce, and I her guest. that Goebel will bo tho next governor. Smallky and wlfo of Aro thoro nny bolters or others hero Mil IIiin Nashville, Tonn., arc visiting at Mr. who want all or a part of tho bet f G. H. Ilarnott', near Hubhlo. FlIEK Slt.VHIt JOHNSON say hu Is Mns. William Yor.s'o, who bus beeu visiting Mrs. II. II. Boone, hn going to buy another farm hero a ho doesn't Intend to quit voting In Linreturned to her homo In Toxa-t- . Mils. C. L. Howki.L, who ha bean coln county- - Tho old "wheel horse" red hot for Goobol and tho ticket und visiting in Chicago, returned with her husbund und la nt tho Veranda Hotel. I going to do omo good work for it. Mlts. T. A. Kick left Friday for New Fikm. Mr. A. Y. Fuller, of Benson, Arizona, to join her huaband, whoso health Is considerably Improved. Orlando, Flu., whoso wlfo Is a coii-l- n of Mr. J. U. Sympson, und Mr. Simp MltS. G W. Maiitin came ovor from son hao purchased tho grocery and Georgetown Saturday to join her huato Lincoln. ipieunawnro More of G. S. Galues at band, who hat moved back Ijinomtor and will take charge Thurs' Duituirm: Powkll and Ml day. wero I). Wheeler, of Huslonvlllu, Gaiik.MIDO registered at tho St. Aaph Hotel Sun-deJ. N.Don- ny, T. A. Klkln, M. D. Hughes und G TilK sad now comes from Waynes-bur- T. Farrls wore over from Garrard yes that Mr Clark Koynold, who terday and roiortod that tho county ha boon an Invalid for jear, is now was In full lino for tho regular ticket, blind. thoro being bartlly a bolter In It. There H. M. NkWLANI), who wentto Texas wim no convention held by them Satur tevural month ago, ha secured a lu. day. MM j crutlvo K)ltlon with an lnuranco llrm Fakmkiis' MmrriNo. c. M. Hunnu, In Dallaa. Myiiiis, of Cusoy, I representing tho Kentucky Hureuu of Miss with hurslte;-- , Mr. J. 11. Sympson. Agriculture, will address tho farmer of Lincoln county ut tho court house ut Ml I'earl Dowel) returned to 2 V. M Friday, lfcth. Tho object Is to yesterday. Mil. ANIJ Mlts. W. G. Mkkhiion, of orgnnlzo a county agriculture society, St. ImwI, who have been visiting which will further tho farming Inter Misses Hollo und Molllo Mershon, re- ests and awaken the people on tho subject of good county road. turned yesterday. Col W. G.Wklch wcui to I.ouU-vlll- o A Hah Case. Deputy Sheriff W. L yesterday. "Tho bolt seems to bo Wood took Kd Shelton, tho Negro who petering out so far a I can see," nuld gave himself up to him, by private ho, "and 1 expec- - to seo It nearly to Nleholasvlllo Friday afterdisappear." tho noon und turned him oyer to Jullcr Mits. Null AdamsJMcKinnly, Hunter, who say tho case against him pretty und gifted elocutionist of Kansa for shooting Charllo Cohen, also colorvisiting Miss CathCity, who hua been ed, Is a very bad ono. Cohen has ncv erine Haughman, went up to Ml. Ver- or spoken elnco hu was shot and tho non Saturday to visit rulutlve. aro that ho will die. of Hustonvlllo, has chances Jamks l Goodi:, been upolnted deputy county clerk for TllK show of stock at tho Hustonvlllo thutend, toeuceeed Juine II. Cook. colored fair was splendid, but tho at Mr. Goodo hu liad considerable exper- tendance was not a lurgo a was exience and will muko a good one. pected und tho association will do well THKHK I a regular hospital at tho to co mo out oven. Tho crowd was a Gentry homo on nuwklns' Hrancb. most orderly ono and Marshul Arthur Mr. H. It. Gentry and J. II. Gentry Jonc was not called upou to muko u have mulurlul fovor and Chrl K. Gen. single urrest. President Wcathorford try I luld U wlh u wound received by und Secretary McClanuhan aro to bo congratulated on having had tho best a fall on u stake. Till: L. & N. ordered Chief Dispatch- - colored fair ovor held In tho county. cr L. M. Westcrfleld homo from Allo-- J J. Tanner, manager Machinist ghuny Sprlug, Vu., to hanulu tho Q. ,"c C. truln nod a their ticket wero of tho McKlnney Cunncry, ha found lu together Mr. J. S. ltlco returned too Dr. Fd M. Kates, ono of tho owners of Tho lutto und Mrs. ltlco have gone to tho enterprise, a machlnltt of ruro ability. In fact tho doctor eom to Chaiueleou Spring. JCNKlI. llKin, of Hustonvlllo, will uuUorstand machinery us well as ho inovo to tho forest of Pulaski in a does tho wonderful construction of imm short while, whoro ho und hi father-i- n and whon anything get wrong with law, Mr. V. II. Moro, uro putting In tho englno or tho machinery Manager u saw mill. Ho will havo charge of tho Tannor ond nost haste for tho tloctnr. I storo thoy will opon. Mr. Morso will whoso diagnosis always u correct ono and whoso medicine nover full to hpal. hi bulnc at Hustouvllle. contlnuo Tint L. A N. will sell round-tri- p tickets to Dento'n Harlwr, Mich., for train leaving Stanford at 2:10 a. m Aug. 10, good returning 23, at JS.OO. t Carapbcllvllle. mm $l FlNKU 135. In Judge m I. m 1 .Ma-m- itt y. g, Jtha Lub-uno- n ly --- Thli Linen Suit ? I got It at James Frye'a. He ha cat the price on the-,A TltEi: In Joo II. Hout s yard was 5 Pulls to $3.50. Ho has some StUIIIII.E PLOWS m Vulcan and Btruck by lightning Sunday afternoon. Glbln' Imirorlal Steel ncam plow at Ono In tho grovo of W. P. Tato mot tho II. K. Wcaron A Son'. tamo fate, as did two In tho puturo Yes nnd ho la CllICICKN Flint). Flvo bushels of back of Mr. Kato Miller' rosldot.ee. chicken feed screenings for onlv SI nt Out AN excursion will run fromKlchmond J. II. Haughman it. Co', mill, Stan to Loulsvlllo next Sunday with a And give you n chance on Hint fine Sowing Machlno with every $1 ford. round-tri- p 0 worth you buy. That' tho place to trade, Sure. rate of 61.75 from hero. Foil Kent. My furm of 203 acre; Train pas at (1:50 A. M. going and well Improved. Lie on Stanford and will leave Loulsvlllo nt 10 v m. Ask Crab Orchard plko Zi mile from Crab E. II Farmer for particular m Orchard. Mr. II, L. Abraham. THE Albright Hotel has made amnio Dit. C. M. Thompson tell us that arrangement to accommodate guests Fireman Sullivan, of a freight, came during tho Fair. A flrt-clas- a dinner near suffocating In King Mountain each day from 1130 to 2 30. Guests tunnel tho other day and wa brought will bo transferred from Fair grounds ' KY. out raoro dead thun nllvo. Tho doctor frco for dinner, and only charged Wiillam Hicllon, President. wu called and aved him, however. for meals. A good feed utablo attached. Primary, Preparatory. Academic and Collegiate Departments, Muslr, Art, Klocu-Ho- n t and and Physical Culture. 3lit year begins Sept. Ith. Send for catalogue to TllK children aro not likely to nnd J. II Albright, Pror., llrodhead, Ky. tho grown folk nro hereby notified not MUS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. LloilTNlNd struck a stack of heut to forgot tho circus hero IVIJay. It belonging to E. A. White, of the Hub-b- lo gave u splendid performance when hero section, Sunday afternoon, and In May of last year and wo bcllovo It burned It, causing 11 loss of ubout S.0. will bo even bettor this time. Go nnd Thero wero six other largo stack closo tnko tho children. to It, and It took a hard light to keep Tin: Genthys. At tho recent Gen them from burn Ing. John C. Pcpplcs The painting season is here. We wish to call your attention the try reunion ntSt. Louis, tho following who lives on tho Haydcn farm, lost a keep the Best lteady Mixed Paints, Oils, VarnUhcs, Brushes, Ac to in thofact that wo , market. olllc-j- r stack of straw from the same cause. from Kentucky wero selected: Gen. W. H. Gentry, president; Chug. ! Tin: Colored Teachers' Institute w. (ientry and Mr. Nannie White Our lino of Toilet Articles, such as Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, Soaps, began yesterday. Dr. W. D. Turdlf Is Harris, L. II. Duah. Ac , is complete, and of the very best quality. xecnunry; A. G. Hush, Mr. Gassing M. presiding In place of Supt. Singleton, PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from tho Purest and Best drugs ob Wu. Jr., and Mai. John U. Harris. who Is still sick Prof. F. L. Williams, tainahle. Prices reasonable. We solicit;your patronage. of Louisville, Is conductor and Mis mt'iiiltcr of tho board of directors, Hello Sutton, secretary. Tin: coon, Kobcrt Holm, Zach Hay. An open session will bo held ut tbo & Galthcr Muko and Aaron IJurdett, court-houWednesday night, to urrestcd for disturbing religious wor- - which the public Is Invited. i hip ut Loguntown, wero tried before Cl'miieuland Falls. Mrs. Nannie Judgo liallcy and lined 10 each, except three-four- th Interest liunlett, who caught It for 470. Hays Owen has so'd roplevled. but tho rest wont tn fall. In tho Cumberland Falls property to u Thoy all behaved badly, Hurdctt draw stock company for tho reported price ing a pistol ana terrorizing tho congre of 310,000. The promoters Intend erecting u plant for tho purposo of utilizing gation. i he power of tho falls In generating Mil. W. S. McGCiltE, who waa in electricity. With this end In view they Cincinnati last week, tnlkod with lots have purchased S00 acres of land has nlivays been our plan to cloe all summer Goods even at a great of democrat on hi way to and from around tho fall and will commence los in order to make room for Fall purchases. We have therefore thoro and say ho heard only favorable work at once. The officers of tho comcoumiont of Senator Goobel nnd that it pany aro C. W. Uonta, president; L. II. was tho universal opinion that ho Morgan, treasurer, and James O.Allen, would win, hands down. He tells us ho secretary. ... saw ulmn.-- l us many people weurlng Speaking. Congressman George G Goebel buttons In tho Queen City as he So deep that you can afford to buy them for future All light Gilbert spoko here yesterday to an ensees here. 12Jc Percales go at 10c, nil light 10c Zephyr Ginghams goat "c, all . thusiastic uudlcncc, which applauded light oc Lawns, fast colors, go nt 3c, all light 10c Lawn?, fast .colors, The Kentucky Hlub Kiuiion him to tho echo. Ho fairly out did go at 5c. The edltross nnd proprietress of tho hlmsolf and made some telling hits for above named pajmr, Mrs. Frances K. democracy and Its splendid ticket. His Hcuuchump, president of tho W. C. T. defense of the Election law, his culo- U., has contracted with the Inteiuoh glsm of Goebel and bis appeal Journal to print It hereafter. It Is mony wore eloquently uttered for har and ro tho samo size of this paper, has boon moved the scale from many an eye, running about IS tnonts, Its subicrlp-tlo- n All Parasols (Not Umbrellas) at cost and 1ih. Men's Summer Coats which has been looking a little dubious list reaches about 1,000 and Is conand Vests at what thoy co.t the manufacturers. over tho result. Ills entire speech wn stantly growing. Uesldos being tho orMen's 75c and Jl Linen I'ants at only 50c. a vote maker and wa complimented on gan of tho W. C. T. U., It It will devoto Somo great bargains in Shirts. all sides. This county wa not origin pago to the prohibition cause und It nally for Mr. Gilbert, but ho raado candidates for State olllccs. himself solid hero yesterday and loft no "I am just back from tho 1st and :ird doubt with nnybody that ho will mako districts" said S. W. Mencfcc to an I. us a representative In Congress of .L man "and I was surprised to seo how whom the wholo nation will bo proud. Seuklng of tho speech, Dr. J. T. llttlo disaffection thoro Is among democrats There Is comparatively nono Dohon said: Mr. Gilbert U unquestionwhon jou consider tho big reiwrts of It ably tho most chaste, graceful, forcethat tho opposition papers are print ful, least offenslvo to hi opposition of lng. Howling Green has raoro bolters all speakers I ever heard on the hustthnn any pluco I visited, but I was told ings during II years' enthusiasm as a that more than half of tho M0 slgnors partial). Hon. R. C. Warren followed In a of tho call for a bolters' convention, nro republican und mojt of tho rost most taking speech, which kept tho disgruntled democrat. I believe the crowd In an uproar and mado Brer democracy generally Is In goodsbupe." Vandwveer wlgglo and squirm. Ho defended tho ticket und sported with the i. Damage iiy Stokm. allucu Wul-to- side show which would cut little figure who was hero from Klngsvlllo yes- In tho race, which was between Goebel terday, tolls u that tho storm of Satur- and Taylor. "Dick" was In hi happiest day morning did considerable damage vein uud caught a number by his good 5& at his town. A buggy house containing nnturcd sallies and convincing argua buggy and a wagon closo to ment. Cull were made for Senator G. it. belonging to Dan Hester, wero T. Karris und ho responded In u S)ccch washed away, wrecking tho buggy, a that further Increased tho enthusiasm. lot of cross tics nnd lumber belonging He wu an original Goebel man and to G. A. Walter and oiTWrs vrtis washed wu In hi element In oxpoundlng tho uwuy and the track In tho tunnel wa faith that Is in him. His speech wu Injured to such an extent that trains short, but ho crowded many good things wero delayed an hour or so. At Into It and wa heartily and liberally AFTEUNOON AND NIGHT. was jam Wuynesburg a tree was blown dosvn appluudcd. Tho court-bouon Dan Caldwell's woodhouse, smash- med, und judging from their yells, thero ing It Into smithereens und M. G. Rey- wero few but regulars present. . I g nolds' bard was blown down, doing tho show on earth. Forty performers. Wonderful Iroupo of Tho largest The Holteus' Convention yester Japanese, four in number. Five great Shakespearean Olownt. Den of performing machinery In It considerable damage, duy was a complotu Hash In tho pan and Lions. Prof. Oatuian's school of performing Horhcs. Ponies and mules. Mile. Mr. L. G. Gooch tolls us. At other Lula's $10,000 Chalanga Porse. "Topsy." If all tho follower of tho meek and low point tho storm was severe, but no Street Parade at 11.30 A. m. Admission, 25c, Children undder tl years, 15c. ly llrown wero there, tho bolters' tick-e- t great damage wu dono. Will exhibit at Lancaster on Saturday, Aug 10th. will cot a sorry Uguro In this counKowlanu Depot Uuiinei). During ty. Wu recognized less than a dozen to which qulto a courage would havo dono, clo wo would hi nolghbor when ho lived In Casey, the storm Sunday uftomoon, lightning In tbo court-housstruck tho dcoi at Rowland crowd of democrat aud republican bo as far as any oao from supporting aroso and said: "Uro. Vandoveer, In and In a short tlmu It wa totally de- repaired out of curiosity. Mr. D. W. him. Mr. Vandovcor spoko so long tho name of Casoy county, I bid you stroyed. Col. W. II, Dudderar, who Vundevccr mado a long und rather that Mr. Suundcr got Impatient und farewell forever," umld tho yell of tho crowd. wu Bitting on hi porch ut tho time, rambling talk In which ho scored tho handlDg tho resolution to J. A. ShanJ. H. Hush camo to our olllco and saw the bolt descend und tho llamc Loulsvlllo Police Convention, Gocbol, non, ho presented thorn and Mr. John shoot up in a few second. Agent T. Kedwinu and others and said tho only Bright, a gold bug, read them. They asked tbut hi numo bo omitted from F. Spink wu sending a messugo at tho hope of democracy lay In tho defeat of endorse tbo Chicago platform, Hryan tho list of dolegatcs, as ho had positivetlmo und folt a slight shock, but no the wholo crew. Ho wu very sovero on and Blackburn, donounco Goebel and ly refused to permit It Uso. Ho u not inoro than Is usual during thunder tho election law, which must bo repeal- GooboIIsm, lustruct for Brown for gov- In sympathy with tho movement and storm, and tho building wu enveloped ed, and wu very sweet on tho L. & N., ernor. Johnston for lieutenant govornor bad nothing to do with It. Elder J. G. Livingston also asked u In Humes beforo ho wu aware of tho which wa pulling tho string. Ho got nnd D.W. Vundoveer for commissioner fuet. Tho alurm brought out tho lire aftor Uro. Walton for saying "ho wu of agriculture and name tbo following to stuto that tbo uso of hi numo was company, which responded with alacri- by faith und practice a bolter," but ad- delegates: D. W. Vandoveer, Dr. W. entirely unauthorized und that ho ha ty, but the citizens of Rowland had re- mitted that ho had bolted a tlmo or M. Doorc. J. K. Bush. W. H. Penny, no part nor lot In tho business. Wo moved all tho freight und most of tho two. Wo won't dogmatize, but if wo J. A. Shannon, T. L. Carpenter, J. II. wero also told that Dr. Doores said that other things beforo thoy got there, und can't name u half dozou times that Tuylor und Kov. J. G. Livingston, ouly hi numo wu used without authority. It wu too la to to save tho building. llrer Vundoveer has bolted insido or two or tbrco of whom wero present. A Auothorof the delegate told us that outsldo of tho purty, wo will eat his old list of alternate, somo of whom wo ho was going to voto for Tuvlor, so Soma $15 worth of uxprcsi, four Instrument and other valuable hat. Ho also said wu wero originally nover heard of, wa ulso named. Chair- thoro you uro. Tho wholo thing was wero burned, tbo loss probably reach- a gold bug, a fuet that wo novordonfed, man Vandoveer then put tbo question tho tlattcst falluro of anything polltlcul ing $2,500. An Instrument was put In and read from tho Interior Journal of tho adoutlon of tho resolution and that wo havo over scon in Lincoln tho tool house and Night Agent I. W. of 1695 to show that wo characterized somo say only two voted "yea" und county, for which let u pralso God and Fish spent tho night In that. Tho rcg. tho killing of Saodlord a a foul mur- thoy wero declured adopted, iho ro- bo thankful. Mr. CIcoro Reynolds, oao of tbo ular freight depot wu not burned and der. Since then wo havo by personal ver so of tho proposition was nover put alternates, Buys bo I not In sympathy was ovor. building will bo used for all pur- Investigation, found that Mr. Goobol and the tbut As Mr. Vandovoor concluded his with tho movement and bad nothing poses. A largo forco wa at work thero had acted solely In his necessary and a any other man with speech, Mr. J. C. MoWhorter, who was to do with It. yestorday clearing away tho debrl. c beat Ueazloy.t Conor's, wheat drill, best made, at WHERE DID YOU GET IT ? 3 e Nice Crash Suits For $2. Closing His Straw And Linen Hats JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. ilct. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, m m Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &o. TOILET ARTICLES ts; in so CRAIG wmmmz iti m HOOKER. All Summer Goods On Bargain Counter. Cut The Prices u. ! All 15c Lawns, Fast Colors, Now go at 7c. SEVERANCE & SONS. A GOOD SHOW COMING I Stafford, Friday, August 18. r, two-hor- Jit . Of$t w visclWI se COOPER & CO.'S one-rin- R R. SHOWS. m m e, two-stor- y telo-gru- ph side-sho- w solf-dofe- THWNTERIOR JOURNAL ;pu.'sUameclTa.yei At McKINNEY., CHURCHES AMD PREACHERS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Wi Monl PuBclMM aad Do All Klal ef Bl-t- jt A. S. TRICE, Snrgeon Dentist, auaslX'rlcl.ew $1 PER YEAR CASH - ar Whfn not aopaldaa.OO will b thirst WRSJ? lare T? (3r.TT. iyii.it TIME fin A. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 1 No. Arrrlreaat Stanford at S M 10 a Stanford l No. l 1J Hi Kowland No. Jl Arrltes 30 Stanford t No M at. . DAT. I". M. khoxville'dTvision. No. Jl Train going North south Tor M , P "$km Uirolnu. B0H01I T1CKCTS SOLD. for HAUOAHK CHECKED THKOUUH. any Information enquire ot JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. 7 A. M. oiling .till 4. It In n business way almost beyond tho QUEEN & CRESCENT. conception of thoso of us, who have Jetton City aa lollowa Tralm paw lived hero for scvoral years, and seen 11 Ho. 1 South ..! J 02 p m No. 2 North.4 p m the rieo nnd fall of two other similar m ' 11 W ra "4 " Ko.1 " " No! 5 " ..ll-'-ar- a Let there bo as many rail11" HS;9 ...6U0ra movements. , JOS pro "JO " roads as thoso who nro to own them aro No. 1 an 1 I ill not stop. 8 and 10 run no furwllllnir to uav for. but let tho people ther than Junction Cltr consider well where they bestow their gifts. The mectlnc at tho Baptist church closed Sunday night with nine addi tions, seven by conversion and baptism. .tnmM Davis left for his homo In Georgetown Thursday, but tho pastor, Hev. T. II. Coleman, continued tho work, and will administer the ordinance of baptism this, Monday, afternoon, after which he, and others, will leave Made from pure to attend tho association ut Klllsburg. cream of tartar. The new members aro Mrs. C. o. Smith and son, Zora, Mrs. George Lay, Can food Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Terry, WoodloGrace non and MUscs Gusslo Uughes, B. Gooch and Dovo Cannon. Dr. F. Grlder and wife wore called to Creelsborough cm nccount of the seAlum baking powders are the greatest rious Illness of Mrs. Grlder's father, mitiacers to health of the present day. Mr. Lewis Colley. Alvln J. Burton has dotal BAKirio eowoe ea. w voex. been very sick for tho last week. Mr. Norman True has been confined to his room for several days with flux. Southern Company, Mrs. Willie D. Gooch Is In bed, threat ened with fever. Your correspondent Ky. Of Lexington, has for the last five weelts been a vic Plan: INSURANCE REVER3ED. tim of malarial troubles, rendering him unfit for business, even after being out of bed two weeks. Dickson and While Yea Live. "We Taj Elijah' Bryant aro the guests of Mr. CliLhe Csopanlc: PaylVThen Y:a,DIe. and Mrs. Josh Brown. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Srcalley, of Nashville, are with Orer 5150,000 paid In llelng benefits. Ma- Surplus Mr. and Mrs. V. G. ftouten. Mr. OverlM.OWKraeneandl Gooch and sister, Miss Etlle, and lan II JISIH WEAKEN , Jc'l Agent,. MAN. Secy , -- "Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Grltlln, of O. K., A. SMITH,IU 15 Lexington, Ky. are guests of the writer. Mis? Llnnio Owens, of Junction City, Is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. fc. J. Tanner. Mrs T. H. Coleman, of Bur- gin, was hero with husband, attending tho meeting at the Baptist churcli. Miss Mlttie Durham, of Mt. Oltve, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. W. L. and 8 40 r. M., Frankfort at at Oeorgetown with U. A C and 1 aria known In McKlnncy. and S 10 P. at. Uat S 40 A n ". at and ) r M . connecting : at (leorge-tow- IS There Is considerable talk hero of a M at 9 with 1 AC and reaching nnw railroad, tho ' wind work" of which . and MO rsi.Vl fc SEWT0S) A . r. A. makes it strike our village and elevates Tho cnnnlnir factory Is now running nnd nearly 100 laborers aro employed In keeping the business RolnR. Tho South Kentucky Association of Ttnntutx will conveno with Concoril church, four miles west of Ilustonvlllo, Tuesday, tho loth. B. T. Lano and family, or uanvwc, hero. Quince nro vlsltlnt? relative Jones, of Casey county, Is visiting his cousin, Hd M. Estcs. Tlio L. O.T. Ms. aro preparing for an enjoyable lltefnry feast on tho overling of tho 17th. Mrs. Mattlo Klrby will bo tho central figure. A protracted meotlng to begin at tho I'resbvtcrlan church conducted by our Methodist brethren, has been announced to begin tonight. Let all who can, attend. Goorpo Grllllths Informs us that he will handle for tho T. U. Stono Lumber Co., Cincinnati, between 2,000,000 and 3,000,000 feet ot lumber at this place this year. His monthly shipment he estimates at nbout 20 cars. Other commutes have representatives hero and, taking all together, the lumber indus try Is far greater than over before RoVal nr. Baking Powder Safeguards the against alum. h H Mrs. Halllo Green, aged 00, was mar Four Mormon elders wero drlvon out ried at Bardwoll, to Henry Gilpin, 20. of Plnevllle. John Byrd and Miss Halllo Dalton Tho now BaptlH church, which has just been completed at Artomus, Boll wero mado ono at tho groom's homo Sunday. countv, was dedicated Ssunuaj . Craied with grief over tho loss of his Rov. W. Y. Davis, of Lexington, In preached two good sormons at tho wlfo, John Gallagher throw himself a cistern uear Hickman nnd was drownhero Sunday. Presbyterian church ed. William Hagan, of Indianapolis, Jonas Lee, aged 05, nnd Miss Elm Ira to kill himself becauso ho wos pastor for talking In Tumor, IT, olod from Harlan county reproved by tho to Snoedvllle, Tonn., and woro marchurch. of tho Villa Kldgo inn, ried. A Form-Mi- , Foweo Valley, was held to answer In llcv J. M. Ylngllng, pastor of the Bedbond of S2.10 for assaulting llev. Doug ford Street Methodist church at Cumberlas Forest. land, Md, "It nllorda me much tiov. II. It. Wlchtraan, assisted by plcaiuro to aj: rcconiincnd Clambotlalii's ts Hoys. J. It. Savago nnd W. II I'enn, Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea ltomcdy. 1 holding a meeting In a hugo tent at hare med It nnd know others who have Junction City. done so. I have never known It to fail. Uov. Thomas Stinnett ts noiuing an It Is a sure cure when taken "In time." Interesting protracted meeting at tho For sale by Craig A Hockcr, Drugirlsla . "", n. Methodist church at Ulgnianu. no is ..i 1 Stato dcmocrntlc convention, Lexassisted by Itov. A. M. Lambert, of from Aug. 111. Low Crab Orchard. Thero havo boon a ington,In Kentucky via lutes Queen all & tho (joints number of confessions. Crescent routo on account nboio inue.-InlOtb. wminm Davidson writes us irora Tickets good returning tho Dykes that a 10 days' meotlng, under UttEONS tho leadership of Dr. D. W. .Myian, oi All doctors tola I'.mlrk Hamilton, of Wrst Jef and Missionary Alllanco lerwn. ).. after suOerlmr is mouths from lixul Christian l.tuls. fie waul ille utiles, a costly Olratlon was inmn. nf N"w York, will begin at run- - l lut he cured hlmelf with fire- hum of surest nnllnv Stirlncs. Pulnskl county, on tho lliuklen a Arnica Matre, insthe world i no n oa a rents a erth, aud the heat !a1ve In 23th, and that many prominent preach iwi fold by 1'ctiny, lrulst. ers will bo there. Judge Sklllman at Hardiusburg fined 10 rhr.an Excursion to Atlantic City. Mm boys S20 each for playing base ball Sunday cm Thnrsdnv. Ausrust IT. tho Cheea- . nhir. ti.illwntf will 9oll round !, I .. . .J..1 il. -- ikj n.t w.i trip tlCKCW VtTanaiiviu nliH """ rnntf May at if n ior mo rouuu i"i, '"" W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., Lexington, tickets good returning .15 will bo allowed at CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. s days. WruhtriL'ton. Ba tlmorc, anu rntiauei- - Splendid Acromrmxlatlonv vin in nlthur direction, which will Ctme to Deirnt and Sulphur Well. 4S Kates Itcawnnbte. fine Water. onablo merchants to make a very cheap trip from Philadelphia to New York FARM FOR SALE. before they return home. Tickets will hn iTond point? on tho regular New York Contain 105 ncrcs and It In a splendid limited train leaving Lexington at 11 statu of cultivation. On tliu ltlurk plkn. IS Jlore-Itna. M., Thursday, August l.th, also on mllra from llustonTtlte nnd IS from 'iwms Has on It a dwelling of flru Vio WfwhWtnn Exnress leaving at and Rixxl tenunt tiouo, tildo mfrnr at 8:30 r. M. Steeping car berths aro outbuilding, bplendld orclmrtl. goo.1 well anil two springs. Terms vasv. $4 through to Atlantic City. No other II it 1. 1UII i. Huston villa Kr nvnurainn ran offer such a variety oi s and sldo trips as Interesting ad- docs this trip to Atlantic City. In ,iitinn m thu trlu to tho seasnore, Mops Anil for wllllnr toiv.iv toil tirlcea In can be made at While Sulphur nnd Clilekcns, Egg. IVutlicr. Ducks, Rce. rvwini.tnn. Va. For sleeping car re Turkey. Glii.'ng. Yellow Hoot, lice nnu. llldeaor all klaus, uoppi-r- . nrn. iron servations or any other Information, llr.nn Alui wilt It., In tllfl market fllC WOOL . uarnej, Seti me and gel luv tirlcw lfor soiling, nnd write or call on Georgo get spot cali Onll at my henrtiiuartei. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. rerrtn a. t'enco a uuice, uuar ireui. jtwh-fors U UOHl.NX ICy ' m g. 1 Hpalr!n2. THE MANVIUX rV('I.K CO . HAS VII.LE, KY No IIS Thirl et. MISS EVELYN TAUDIF, Tho Senmstro89. fitting Hlanl'orcl. Ity. OBew.Ts K -- KliUAyV ,2 In th MfltobertsMtog lliilktioi. ir 0sliy t Plain nnd fashionable !?eitliig. Cutting and JoMIn.OjtTir.IA!. Water Work ft. n Specialty AllTllt'llO LtAOIItM Itlirt'KIMUIKir. OATI tuxs W. S. BBAZLBY, D. D. S Lancaster, Teeth Extracted ICy. Tftin I ROYAL Vitliout Willi Vltnllifd Air. l'Uylelnti In nttendnnov. Olllce In the Now Ttiempwn Ilullillng p INSURANCE COMPANY Oi I.lvcrpools Largc--il Lincoln County Farm For Sale. On Tliurritluy, Sep. 14. '99 will oner for sale Hi farm iipn whti It I im.w re stwk, C'mis Ac isild faim mnlalna IM side. acresortlnt ilassilue grass land, wellmiles Ip.m well fence.1 and desirably located IS Morelan.l,stall..nnthel' S. railroad, on pile leading from Milledgtf U.t" SianmM MJesice onsakffsrm Is a large frame, itintalnlng eight r.ows, pantrr, A. , newly painted and Mie.l an.lnArl la oiilinonlock, x M Sale will lw1 all" o l.jlaBce In one ami two TlM-ne-lhlnyeara with lntere.1 Icmi dale .f Me IlVwiKn Medol glten Pec I, Iww I imesstou of laml to senlliig to lvln at usual lime MHsAN.HIIleilgeellle Ky. 11 It H I I'lre Insurance Ootnpany World. In the ati w,'",. Barbeo Manager &. Castleman, Southern l)eet rime ut. (lenrr il omVer. Columbia llulldtng louls- ISA) Isrllle K't td lr THE RFTH AVE. HOTEL JLonlKvlllc, Ky. The laixt centrally located and wily OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. I ! Urwiddn- - In Lincoln would like to take " option on fount) "1 t T " "'. IT LAMKJIIAI. g'd fnrtnu " ,e Krlger. hy FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. l. Well MMlleamMU the Mtvwri line W ill sell giaal faraalag eswHiry thickly settled ton In eailrai Keti MiM.r iMtusecirle h In a tucky. PaBiwy CI,'"' to . Sieaferd, k) Addrr. Is trade. (N) r BEHZLEY HOTEL. PIEST-CLAS- S Hotel In the city making n ri4.ll.lariMfl"apre.lu v,thest Ksssas Stop-over- dlstrlet and cipal theatre. Ono block to from Hm prlttcliMl Moeka from the lhr' lMipplng prin- !, to nil part the Mreetcar ; thetnty. Krer) thing neat and ban hr of R. A. JONES, DENTIST, rbely Lccjtsi 2rf:i F.ct!ic:a Is H:U-:o3- , d. The lisi woUtajrercajcr asie. ..i.l...h -aalkai .mi'M'f wan place and is iwruic. , Eeta:ir. .. w 57 a:rM cf L.tKn I a sf2Ts2f ftt t Stanford, Ky. houMi rontalH. ne-- el I .he 1 stop-ovor- WaSTTEX) cii new Urn. feu. TZtT uillmlMlng. J ?. .I1!?: '" ' As we na.e iui .." ."" awl any one who we want to sell tots ,. w.nu It -- euW.W -- elf to -- rli't. JJkMlj? Jl Manila...- - swrfilil llTkrk ... ..! sUi 11. 10 feel la the S.W anil nantflml tir Ut . ttv. ir -r. m .n";;cb7fg, -' t-thrie tain as and feed This ts as tor rttcwUr shd terms MontlcWlo for business !'' V .rt.y ' LT'lrlV.'.-V.rreVVn'..-- --. t'.l a rleKern. Udree. the ,..,. erf ".J!.'" " 1 t- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Horew and Mule renstautly on Imiid and for sale at all time B. G. FOX, alne ' . Ws.... cured Mrllre.er of g for years. Terrllle sores woold reakTut on and face, and IheV-- t .loctoi; Comes from . rour Hfl writes lr liMMUorsNEWs T t ..a Carglle.of Wartlta - I liai 1'iuiiriiH ,,.....iiiiiai ioiiif scrofula, wbleh had ciuse. GOOD LAND FOR RENT. 'car .riv el Tho SOth Sosslon of FEME OPENS SEPT. WStli building Kl. tall-thVblJil ing nnd ground greatly lmlld. u,. the luU- - dlgctlon coureof atudy revised and exten-dild by Jenny, 1'iug- imiv.vi ....n,ti,llons. cents large, comjietent und rellgUue facgi,t tluaranteeJ ulty, this $10 EXCUBSION TO MICHIGAN WzW Known Female College the ,.rfter known for nxema, teller, aalt rhei.i, ulcer.. sores It stimulates liter, l Dertrt. Bitter, I. the If. lt ,? ",nnr kldnnaand tun- O. 1890- d. Uustonvillo. eiraUH In one twumUry. save u .. . .. . .i.i.. i.if gra Lan irnrs i ......- -- 1. In mile nf - .J The crsi A... . . .. . ll.fnlj urn caster. V0 .. .. of which rv.ui. luiiil inwith In oners Dis semce so .! fio - vsndCaMy counties full stuck ettVifansandCasi. house, anu i'". ....ku. ..fhand. corn ..,,..,. m stsilwarson ,. . llanajer. 11 M rirtnLr. Just nrro Hie irnu umism r'-- v acre, all lo go In cultivation. which I now of 6T acre tract. Also a In grass, the remainder to go- In beM. ...All the latin is wen vnr after rent the land to one .... MirMfwier. ... am-- " "'T rtaa , .i'tm. ,1,.7 nil j. t. suTToar, Undortulcur, - Kentucky ,., prl ...t.f iwiwn""'"" " prl fer to year rarafflf -- The Compounding ol Medicines. Is done with absolute accuracy In our J'ltESCKIl'TION DKrAKTMKXT and the quality of all drugs used is of a very high grade. The physician's surcets in the treatment ol difficult cases is dependent on the purity and freshness of the drug". Have his orders tilled here and the rtbiilt will b'l highly twtfcfartory. Come to Sec U Harbor Springs and Mackinac and return on August 10, good returning C. f '. Underwood told M B. Eubanks Wednesday, They will be good to 15 days, at 410. somo stock hogs at 3c. North ot and Includ bup- - stop at any point Dnn't forcet to attend the ladles' Acing Charlevoix within tho limit. p ir at the school house Friday evening on the btcuner which aid got all you can cat for 2."ic and commodations sails from Chicago ut 11 o'clock Thurss end your money for a good cause. morning cun now be reserved and Dr. Herrln was called to .Mrs. v. J. day Is limited to the amount Ardoron a few days ago, who has been as tho party ocHenry of accomodations sot asldo for this very sick of chills and fever. application should bo made at Biker and wife, of Bnrgln, visited V. casion, Louisonco to E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., J. Anderson's tho last of last week. ville, Ky. Tom I'enman. one of our respected colored citizens, died of typhoid fovcr During the clval war. us well as in our ..lil. Knaln. dlanhoca was imo which resulted In heart failure, Thurs day about noon. His remains wero In of thu most troublesome diseases thu uiray terred In tho colored cemetery nearby, had to contend with. In many i.im.. after able sorvlcos by Elders Crawford It became chronic and the old soldier and Fisher. Tom was honorablo and still sulfer from it. Mr. Davl.l Taylor, ol HUBBLE. Lowder. W.K. GOOCH. FINK OCTINO OFKKKED HY THE MONOX Enters uiwn IU lubllec year under the rr.mt A Tlio verdict of flattering circumstance. IIOUTE AND STHAMBK MANITOC. IIiom) wlio liaM known Hie college from Its ) Il - .ir.lt.rtir ful trin which has .,ii.One mile Eastof PreaclieMVllle. beginning la that It was never o well eijuip the remaludsrto go In us at present. acrwi. 60 In ed In nil ri'spt-cby tho famous thU n ha good been .tarted well watered, nnd cultivation Critical IsTettltl:: house and barn. Monon Itouto to Mirtnurn nucniguu V7e Inrtts tie fuvora- .! ,r.ii,.h inn nttraeted much Of nllourclalma, lndlevlng that ou will blo attention, has beu tillering under decide that jour daughter will not only be one uaic carefully ami tliorougniv traincu in an In Linroalem large liouw ol 'eight room Haltering Inducements lor can lw u.inl with tiling but will u I so be fAI r. in our scnooi Ilelng centrally hi-fttonly, that all may have a chauco to try Wrlto for catalogue to advantage as 11 Iwurillng-lmus- e Any ono wishing Informatloii may oi.ph UF.V C. C riSltEK, A. M . tho cruise on Lako Michigan. Tickets K J M OltAND. lotiu-Hsleto Mlllersburg Ky 41 to Charle- MHS. U. D.HIMIOX, 1'ior.. Good Slock Farm I' or UmcaHtcr, : Kentucky. Kent. Mason Hotel firsl-clas- s. Ti. gra. !!. Newly furnished , clean beds; eplcndsd l'orters Everything table. 69 acot all trains. HOUSE FOR KENT. YOUR ACCOUNT Is due nnd rod for ou. and vou art to S ur- gently requested will bo sold from Louisville voix, Petoskey, Bay View, Settle It At Once Till mean ! The State College Of Kentucky, Oilers The Following Course. Lincoln County J. National Bank. VOf If Yu owe roe H. GREER, Stanford. Ky. Penny's Drug Store. M A Family Carriage That combines bounty ami comfort with convenience, is one of our well made, o.wy rid Jus and elegant Kurreyg. It Is unexcelled for workmanship, durability andcoiufoit, and will give moro satisfaction lo gen ersl family use tliun other car We art) belling rlage made tliem lyLivap ana rati. one woll llkud by all utid will bo missed by Wind JHdge, Orueno county, fa . whit and black. Ho leaves a wlfo and of these. Ileuses Chamucrluiu s uric, two grown mjbs. iil,,trlioua 1 einetly ami a) -VlUJKV anything that would give district ho never found Cramer, aeUtaut John by relief. Iti for agent far the C. & O. at Lexington, has him such nulck & Hocteer, Uruggisu. a Georgia watermelon on uxhlhltloa, Craig KAIL- which weighs 111) pounds. It Is 'J'J InchSITOIAI. UATBS VIA bOUTIU'.US es hUh and 23 through. A. fair. the Catarrh lu Thr la more other dlwufcrtIhk revtluu ut iuI Anderson county "B ,are ,or lh0 r0U" iit tulhiT, iwiuiry tbau all Kv Aug.. unlil the Uit &w )eara rai tuptuwd to I) luiiir-titl- ..." ,n,..i...t. ,.n .ln Iltli. lblti. Kill, nnd a great nuuy years uutera prououiKeil it a lota! Uixuse, and reriUNl lucil rtuicdlea, for morning tratua Aug. tub, HmUfU for uiuttauily UiWoi toiurcvltliloeal treatueut. aul pronotiuce.1 it lurnratile. iHlcwe liai prureu riturn tho JOtli. LexloKtan, eaunb to he a conalilutkiual UUiaw, and tlitre.'om Htttto deinocrutlc wm.entlou, faro for tlio rtiulreeiilltutlunal Ireatuieot. llall'a Catarrh and Cure, lutnudcturi'd by t J Cheney A Co .loledo, Aue t6th One. iihlo, l.tbeuuly ruiitlllurluual cure mi the mar- round trip. 8a1 Aug. ili and for morning ket It UUtea luterually lndiuifroiu 10 dros return ll.o tOtli. It ail dhectly vu lluol aud train. Ilia IGtti. llmltcdfor lu a l inuoHwaurfaewibltheayiteiu fhey ullvoue htt fair, bl.eluyvll e. hbelby county dollars for any taut It fails to eure. Fwud lur Aug. Ono Uto for tbo round trip. AildrrM ir ulan and teatliuouUU r J.C11USE Wi., 1 oledo, o. Haiti Wild. 3r.l. 8th und for morning trains Kald ly UriKiii, "ix tlmSSlli. Unal limit Aug. Stlth. Hail's lauiliy Tills are the lnt lair. ruBiuj....e, Hlielby county colort-for One yuai ago wheat was TO cents;now Aug. 3utl.. 3tat au.1 Bept- - Ut. Onw furo null .. a ' " 'ft "i. --tur""" it ts tit cunts. Nulls cojt twice as much the round trip. Unal limit U.pt. as u yeu. ago; Iron plpas three times as morning. trains Sept. Ut. MeKlnloy's trusts aro "doing" much. "lulavllta colored fair u.soclutlou. Louisthu farmers In great shape, One furo for tho round ville. Aug. THE AlTl.ni I. UFAfJOAT 1 SaloAug.SIth and SBtli. "nut limit trip. (. ..i. .i aw.--- "'e Capital Stock.'tlW,'. Agricultural. Michnnical Engineering, buccewwr lo The Tanners lUnk A Trust Couny Kletlrical p;ngmeerlng. Utvtl engineeraud under same luanagement ivatluuing, t jaseical, Normal School, nnd Five ously fer TJ irara. each of which covers Scientific Courses, four juars in the College proper and leads to a dt'grte Its Faculty contains twenty nine Its grounds, building and equipments represent 'M50,IX)0 in value. Iih luhrutnries. Chemical, Physical, lllolog- - Having suh builness reUHoas wJH ete wutual-lbeueoetal 4eatit. lu! Itnlnnlfnl. (ipnlofllftl. l'lnsiolllg- leal.' Mechanical und I.lettrical are the PIllECTOIIb: largeet and Lent In hentucatv. Each Legislalivo District Is entitled by J.J. Wllllann. . Ow.ley, sr,, J.S.W'llllllll (ioucli. inui.ifiu. inlilnn. rnnni rent. fuel, and n,. I.t.. f,.r f..nr nriiiw.rlr tireiinred students A. V OsrbHiltr, W. II.CuwiulM, to an equal 111 the college proper," and J. lLl.ysw, number In tiit onuiu wepariinciit. uu in .U 11 hhinVi iinvrinleu i... ....ni.iniuil be tliu Oiiintv J. P Cash, J 11. Owsley. colleges in Ken- ib.nt ..... .Alniniil nf dihcr v OrTlCEIU. course. tucky ait onlir-- In post graduate 11, 12 and Eutraucu examinations la. For catalogue, und oilier inionnniion, S.II.bhanka.Viwld.nl: V. M. lliUt.1, Aut. Ctuliler. apply to JAS. K PVTTl.KSON, I'll. U U.U President. Lexington, ICy NATIONAL BANK Session Begins beplomlier H Or STANrOltW. KY. n. y Just Like a In Munford Mill. r Solicits Your Bank Account, al ZZ Vou take our Wheat nnd Corn to Morris frecl' Kiihange In Win Huuglivrtj shop anil gi t In en hango I'lour and Meul Vou can also bu) Hour, Meal. Milp at e cheain-itulT. Ilrun. Chicken Tied, A trial iu place than any whero In town will lie I Iwlleve in exchange la'ull I aak a good thing for farmer, and I pledge lllior. al transaction anil full wtlghl M go.Kl. tMx lllir Holler como from Dudderar' MOltHIS lliKO Mill anil are Or.t- - las. Telephone No 0. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanpoki), Kv., N-p- ,,, FIRST Iu Eccelvluj; hl Spring Suuimer GooclN t S: 15-t- LIGHTNING. e On the afternoon of July I8th my house was struck by llghtnlngand Mr. Mahotiy, who had liuurnuce on It, was out next morning to see ubout thu damage, which Gopds Warranted. Capital Sto:i $103,000. Surplus , U7.C33 51 Kit Guaranteed., Thla Institution originally esUbllshed aa th l Give Him a CalL posit Dank ot Stanford lu 1SSS, Hun reorganised u the National Hank ofSlanlord lu Isfio andagaln reorganlaed aa th Hrst Natlooal Hank ot btanfcrd r In IMJ, baa had prattleally an uninterrupted 1 oue-thl- rd tMful. M-S- better supplied uow t year, it has been selllcd in full and to my entire trausacllug buslsesa promptly aud Ucllltles for J. T. MOKI.IS, satisfaction. l 1 J.C.cCLiAY A-J- lib- a ? Isn't It wWt before lu Ita long and honorallt Bautlcy, Ky. erally than rer career. Accounts ol Indltlduala, oJuclarlca.urwe and Inililduals solicited. UIHSCTOat. J. W. Haydru, Slaaford . H. lliu-uui- L t worth )our while to visit F. ltcld, Lincoln Co.) S.T. Harris, " " whose btouiith Isvmllby all xir and lire areout ofordrr Allsurb rbould know King's Near Uf I'llls, the wonderful tbat I'r tstonisrb and l.htr lUiuedy, glres a splendid sound dljosllou auJJa regular bodily baMt ihal Insures vrfeit health and trial euergy, Duly iSteutsat I'luny's Drug Store B. K. Ojj. Court-llou- Wearen Stanford, & c, Son, Ky. Uulsvllla nnd JufTcr.on county colored Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vuoon 11 Out. fare round Exeurslons fruui J urn lion City. Cluuiplousblp J. CollIar.Crab Ulr. loutsvlllo. Aug. U , D.Eluiore, btaufurd. IStlt aud ICth, Unul limit trip. Balo Aug. orricaas. the 21st. e a on nearest Tor turtlitr Information cull Aud many other attractions next rjuuday. Aug 20. J a. Hocker, President! J. J. Mcllobrls,Uuhlir, Tho Lexington Elks' show was a hugo II TAVLOE, A j gee small bills or tall ou vur tkkit agent for iti- WM success and u dispatch says thoy clcur-e- d Ageut Southern Ity A A McKlnnsr AnUtantCi'tlir. lkulars. O l'. A.. Louisville, Ky. nearly 10,000. tJ-l- f. Aug. 28. Cliiclnnntl on tlie Queen & Crcaccnt Suntlny ? J.B.Hotker, " V.l T. P. Hill, Walton W.A.Trlbll. And Dealer In HA3NZ33, SADDLERY, ftO.' BTANKOKD, KY.