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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 18, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899081801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 18, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11I. NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. -, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1809 10 A. M. LANCASTER, NO. 49 Win. Adotii, aged fil, tiled nt London. Capt. Jocpti Garrnrd Is nt London iVJf The road grndcr in tho Hrodhcad district Is protlng a success Tho Ik re a GIco Club gave an enter tainment hero Wednesday nignt. i recruiting ngaln. to Mis Molllu Hell. readier' Instltuto Is In session here Tho civil forvlco cninmUtlon will with somo 80 teachers In attendance Hrown's follower hatubci'ii "weigh hold un examination In Danville, Oct. Tho commissary good of A.H. Scott, cd In tho balance and found wanting " 17th. ;! thu llmo man, were sold at sheriff's sale Of tho many people from our county, ! I Dr. Jnrae II. Lctchor hat bougnt 01 last Saturday. It. L. Sailer, Sr., hi rctldoncfc on Lex- who visited Stanford Monday, nil had n A good crowd took In the excursion compliment which the-- ixiri-ron ington ovenuu forU.000 -- Advocate. bar-rto Cincinnati last Sunday from this V tho Hon. O G. Gilbert's speech of regThrco corn crib containing li'i Hats to Suit Everybody. placo and Hrodhcad. !n all, belonging to Mrs. Jnmcs G. ular old JctTersiHiiun il. moo racy. Two more souls were miidu linpiiy on .Mrs. America King, widow of C. L. burned the other Hrownlng, of Adair, King, and John Adams, were married tho 17th by being unltrd in the holy at Climax last week. William, of Madison, bonds of matrimony. Mr Artllur Daily Mm. Initio J. N. Hrown (Uuek Varnoat whocelobrated her 100th birthday, has and Miss Katlu Loekur. Iwith being of tho public school at Crab Orchard !l, ucd ul Hoonoboro tho best families in On mini county cupanduucor on account of small-po- x. Tho many friends nf Lieut. Luolen V cltlement of Kentucky. I Fort, tho (lrt Young wero glad to hour of h'S promowo are lolU that E. is. l'rotueroe, a Leo Johnuon, who ha been driving DAW. VANDKVISEK, o prominent Hrodhead business inun, has n tion to such a high and honorable tho tago between Columbia nnd that ho at commander of the port of Ha- Who was nominated for Commissioner sued T. S. Frith, a merchant of that 13 year, figure for placo for slander. ha traveled 102,4150 tulle over tho vana Young was always u hard stu- of Agriculture by the bolters, I a lino W. J. Sparks ic Co., are now running dent and deserving young man. old gentleman, but the nomination Is routc' Circuit court convenes Monday with almost as much of a Joko it that of full time at their crusher. They havo recommonded for porAmong tlioo Alpine Hats, Kni road Hats, by n lnrgu docket, there being 'SI equity Cupt. Throckmorton, of tho L. k N., contracts that will keep them running tion In tho now volunteer army aro Li. Kd Morrow, of and 25 ordinary cases, two murder cuaea for tho sarao offlco by iho republicans. until October or later. Gov. Uradlev Somerset, and Lewis DUIlon, of Har- and qulto a number for minor olTcnscs, Neither know any thing about tbcj John W. While, ono of tho Negroes IS Indictments against tho Standard wants of farmer and their lacWoj who escaped from tho Nicholasvillc bourvllle. county fair, which wa. Oil Company and 14 against tho Insilr-anc- o knowledge of agriculture would till Jcv-- 1 Jail, surrendered lo.Taller Criflln hero Tho Adair Monday night. Ho wa'takfi back. Drown Hats, Pearl Hats, Black Hats; in fact almost any hat wanted. companies. oral volumes. udvcrtUed to commence Tucday, 22d, week An old oicrator hbro 'fcaj In his Judgo M. D. Hughes Is taking tho ha been called off until the llr.t In Keeley this week. As this Is the 3d time opinion, the lightning struck ihcchlm-He- y mall-i'- o In October on account of LIHKUTY, of the Howlaud depot and that tho county and In ho has taken tho treatment, It Is to be a tho upicr part of tho Tho stockholder In the Casey telegraph wires had nothing to do with hoped that ho will bo a total abstainer. Casey. .V Ills many friend will meet him at tho Fair Association lost 150c apiece. tho disaster. Conductor J. II. Myers, of tho L. Tho Liberty brass band left Monday Editor Marct ha the teachers guesssuffering from a stroke train on hi return homn, nnd thank N I nt Cowan for Husscll Springs to furnish music for ing as to how many llockcastle teachIf Our Goods GlveSatIfaction, Tell Others; If Not, Tell Us. of lightning, having had a very narrow Jehovah for his deliverance. ers aro taking the Signal. He offers Casey M. Owsley, once one of tho thu fair at that pluce. Kentucklun. dcath.-l'- arl ccapo from Hon. Letcher Owsley, of Gurrard several prizes, Including n $5 gold piece an-- I shining light nt tho Lan Capt. Mycr uicd to live hero and run bright caster bar who was reHrtcd so very 111, county, will address the people of Casey for correct proof reading. t." ("!. train. It, now convalescent. C. M. Iianna, sent out by the State Ho will as soon county nt this place next court day, The miner and inlno luborer. about aim a he I able, leave for North Carolina Mouday, Aug. 2Sth, In thu Interest of bureau of agriculture, will lecture at 000 In number, of North Jellico dethe court house Saturday at 2 r. M on to spend tho winter, accompanied by tho democratic State ticket North Point mine, of Gray, havo The Casey County Tencbers' Institute the subject of agriculture and good company refused bit brother William, "Gooe," who clared a strike. Tho -- ISProf. J. C. roads. Let everybody turn out. 1M)3 In that will convene next Monday. to glvo the 10 cr cent, advance- given pcnt tho fnll add winter of Willis, of Kentucky University, form State, trying to improve hi health. P. P. Johnston, tho pretender, sent by tho rct of tho Jellico dlttrlet. Thoro was quite a Urge crowd to erly of Howling Green, will conduct his circular to this placo but no demoThose who attend tho Scptctnbor the Institute tbl year. court tormof the Iloyle circuit court-hous- will to hear tho trial of Iko Howman, who The foundation Is being laid on the crat would post them. The republicans was arreted on a wnrrunt sworn out by who are eujoylng what they consider a recognUo the old scarcely In Good Clothing. pro ono of KowV lot between the Hxchangc Hotel und Kilkenny cat fight, tacked up the ..v. the Advocate. Tho work accident Frank Lackey,charging him famous band, with carry- Whlpp Hro' store for a new building walling documents. Saturday, tho day gressing tcadlly and without for Iho Commercial Hank of Liberty. uppolnicd for tho convention, arrived, the building will bo nady the first rj ing concealed weaK)iis. Howman was brick structure, but tho boilers didn't muster enough . -.rmln room will now tined $25 nnd given 10dns In jail. Hon. It will bo u Tho .i. .wu Lutcher Owsley deserves a great deal having a froulago of 20 feet and exforce to ring the court houso bell. No nblo W occommodalo nearly be tending back 50 feet. Tho bank will meeting took place. The Loulsvlllo Must be reduced, and therefore we me giving you 113.50, $12 and $10 Suits for moro tiKjctator nnd will also bo more of credit for having convicted so worthy occupy - Dispatch and Post have convinced tho first lloor and the seconda darkey as Howman. An appeal was more comfortable for all. granted and tho case will bo carried to story will bo used for a Masonic Hall. than one of our good people. Including Wilkinson & Hosklns have tho con a Judgo, thatGoebel Is "the people" the circuit court. LAND AND STOCK. Twunty-thrc- o member of Stanford tract. nnd ho will be elected by a big A goodly number of Cney people ore Lodge I. O O. F. carao oxer Tuesday I. M. Duun bouehiol Heazley Ilros. See for yourself and tell your friends. Kemembor these good things are going and fair. and conferred the decree on tho fol- attending tho Kuesell Spring uuou rAbl, tibaygoldlngforiW. W. A. Hrooks wus uu from Crab cat- lowing six MANY OTHEU SUCH BARGAINS. member: G. H. Swine-broa- d, Mis Julia Stagg ha returned from a Orchurd yesterday. J. U. Lawless, of J. . Hmbry bought :t0T export to relatives in Lexington. Lexington, Is visiting Jacob Joseph, FA HUbop, Hobt. week's tle In Montgomery nt.rc. relatives here. Foil SALii 10 ewe nnd 300 wether Umbry, Joseph Hascldeii and James A. Misses Herlha Morse, Pearl Hojc, Mr. and Mr. W. T. Hrooks have Ueazley nnd their work was excellently Muymo Wheeler, tillcn Powers and I'oyntor k Hurton, Dallas, Ky. to Paris by way of Crab OrchTen thoroughbred South Down buck done. This order now entertains bright- Lulu Alston, Mrs W. C. Greening, ard Spring. Tom Jim Uallard, of Dig U. Greening and J. lloy U. Hill, and A. W. er hope than It has for 30 years und Messrs. W. lamb for sale. E. I'. Woods. Stewart of Wlldle, & Co.f 136, L. Itnunlcv llros Iwucht of J. Marsh bids air to bo ono of tho best secret or- Hoie, of Hufionvllle, urul Mr. Homel, were here ihls week. Charley Jones, of Danville, formed u guy party who who wa9 killed In Laurel last week, of corn at (2 deliverganizations in this town. Tho lodge CotTey 75 barrel six or even year agocamo very near passed through Liberty en route to the wu u brother of Mrs. W. II. Cox, of ed. Ky., Aug. 3, 1S99. IIustox t Spring Tuesday. Henry Wilson bought In UockcaMlc having to surrender it charter, and this place. Dr. W. A. Hrown was out Liberty I In tho midst of a small-po- x ntWcond somo hog wo are therefore thankful to our Stanfrom Parksvlllo Judgo Williams was a bunch of heifer ford brother for the' much needed us- - scare. Several case aro reported from In bed several days on account of a nt 3.:t". r. i, i. rv. nf rnvolto county, sola bWtnuco which they gave u on that Clcmentsvilic, a small village In the horso falling with him last Sunday. to Warren Hogers, of Hourbon county night and hope before n great while our extremo Western portion of thocounty. Green Sutton, one of tho best farmers lodge will bo strong enough to return Tho county board of health held a in tho West End. continues 111. Wil300 sheep at :i.C0. Gents: You will please find enclosed check for one meeting Monday und decided to quar liam Weber.formerly a druggist of this Mr. Kd Carter ha rented hi home put favors. antlne against tho part of tho county place, was here from Chattanooga the Tiger Disc Plow, or in other words, the best plow that I farm at McConnack to C. II. Vanar. K1NGSVILLK. infected. Tho public school will bo first of the week. II. E. Reynolds, tele of Mercer, for JbOO. dale, Tho Hustonvlllo nine took their de- cioseu in tue siricKen uisinct unu u graph operator, of East Nashville, was have ever seen. J M. l'ark sold M cattle, l,.U 43, feat very phtlosophlcolly und racially general vaeclnution ordered. It Is hop hero Monday. Editor Puscoe, of the pound avcrngo and W. F. 1'cako Regcd that the above measures will check Herea Citizen, was hero Thursday. C. tnndu thcmrelvcs very plencunt. I am plowing clover land that was grazed last year and 1,310 pounder, at On Friday night lat, wo hud u great tho progrcs of tho disease C. Davis, our talented pharmacist, Is ister. is awful hard and dry, but the old mowed this year. r. Alexander, tho Paris banker-to down fall of ruin, which caused an un- Tho August term of circuit court ad- organizing u new bras land. precedented rlso of Crolghton's Creek journed Saturday. Only ono caso of ha sold hi o00 export catllo larmer, Tiger is doing the work for it, and don't you forget it. big price, not anil causing considerable loss to omc any Interest wu tried and that wu tho Ol.OMOrs NKW& h New York firm at a I Logan Whltlock for tho Couin fruui !r I U. Carols, of Wa.Mla, IT. caee against of our citizen. given. ul iUorirk UUleni hi .t)wr.u, "Four T would not be without one for anything in the bounds whUb Iho cunning factory's wheels aro burning of Dick Peon's store. Whlt- curtsl Air, ltrewvruf MrufuU, TerriMt hat ciumI Tho C. A. Tarlton mrni oi iuvj aui, ora noiiM iitt'iitiz (or jrar. at auction for $30,. allll revolving. Our store aro doing a lock wu ucqulttcd of the charge Tho Iter urea, on her head ami faie.au J Ihelt vluloi In Fayette, was sold breakout give hell but M. Patlino buslnt'e. Next month thu grand case ugulnst Perry Cox for tho murder iimMhealth no exteilp.it." her cure Is roii.Ietj aud of reason. 000. Tho purcashcr wcru C. U tier Ihl how what hare trmel that Uletr.o Hitter U tueU'st reunion ut tho bluo nnd gruy will take of hi futher wus continued oa account W. Vaughn. rick and J. It' the supreme remedy of u Casey conn-t- y place huro. Fine inunlc and plenty of of thu Commonwealth not being ready. blood purifier Lnowii. rheui, ulcen, lkU aud "Wishing yon and the tiger Disc Plow great success, I for et a, letter. lt J. H. Greer bought It UmulatMlher, kidney and bowel, In thu Hoy lo county turnpiko case, In ex party six yearling steers zi 2. food for man and beast. il obtons, hell digeMloc. builds up the T. L. CARPENTER. Yours truly, Klngsvlllo ha been unusually gay which J. J. Mcoro was given a verdict strength Ouly .in vim, NjIJ by 1'enny, Vrug am, Mark Hardin bought of amo seven (luaranlrvd $11. In tho April term of court, uu glil during thu lust week or two; whut with of $15,000 calve and holler at Jesso Hrynn and Win. Simpson, of picnics und match ball gumes, In the uppcul to thu supremo eourt wu taken A Slleslan shaft sunk 0,071 feet In a Jessamine county, sold to Simon Well, last of which tho Klngsvlllo nine de- by the attorney for tho defendants., search for eoal, Is said to be thu deepaveraging feated Hutouvllle ltl to I), and tho va- It. S. und J V.. Hoblnsou, of Campbells-villo- est hole In thu world. Work was disof Lexington, 100 fat catllo Hollln Hurt, of Columbia, Hryan continued becuuso of tho breakage of rious private cnturtainments, there ha 1,300 to l,r.00 pound at 4J and 5c. Tho great italllon, Grund Huron, for been no occasion for ennui. A lino new Stone, of Jamestown, Judgo Jus, Den- tho borlug tools, which hui reached'. a fy'Vi, which $12,000 wu recently refused, schooMiouso I on tho tapis, also u lino ton, of Somerset, McClellunU Johnson, weight of ;!0,000 pounds, prevented Mft That combines beauty and dead at Glen Full, N. V., residence to bo erected by Mr. Geo. of Luncaster. aud C. II. McDowell, of further progress. The temperature, comfort with convenience, is dropped one uf our well made, easy rid Danville, wore tho visiting uttorneys which ut the surface wus fi'J degrees, whllo bolng worked out bv hi owner. Padgett. lug and elegant Surreys. It Is Mis Adu Shelton, of Uowlund, I v teSwopoandW.C. Greening, of bottom 150 degrees, un Inwas at the J D. unexcelled for workmanship, Gen. Davl wire tho war department crease of one degreo for every il'l feet Penrcc, with 200 owes, lling her Mr. durability and comfort, and will Hustonvllle, wero hero umulllnt,' conditions (irovull In Klvu mure satisfaction fo- - genbut fulled to sell, owing to low prices. und Mr. Pcunybueker. Mr. D. P. DI that Uleo from tho hurricuoo. Tho eral family use than other car-- , COl'OIIKIt'.'l viuus. neon, M1h Lutyu McParland and MUb l'orto 3 00. Hnrrodsburg SayThuy refused Wo are belliug riage made 1 suffered Ii year with a cough, und Gertrude Pouuybuckor will visit rela- number of deutb outright In thu Island ing. them Cheap oud Fast. will reach 2,000, while many aro dylnu pent hundred of dollars wltli doctors und J. II. Greer bought of L. G. Gooclie tive ut Shukertown noxt week. Mr. dully from Injuries und privations. for medicine to mi avail uutll I ued Dr. & par-tiB. K. Sulkoa. of Springfield, a professlonul 60 utock hogs at 3io and of other ThN remedy Mis Amy Dillon Doll's Wi'uV samo price Ho bull player, and clever gentloman, Opp. CiurMIousc, Stanford, Ky. Mr. Albert Hcncl. a many ut tho lius saved uiy lungs sttonK. It mail's V IT ... tho Klngsvlllo ball club in their und four children of Mrs. Honsel wero llfc J. II. l, L sold to K. 1. Wood 17 atUloand Frank OraiiUbure. Ill last match gamo and contributed large- drowned In White river la Daviess samo price. r.ir.lli!r "0 ut county, Ind., by tho earrlufu In which Tho latest form of paper collar Is John U. Gentry won both heat of ly to tho success of tho latter. they wero riding beluff precipitated treated with a waterproof proparuilon, 3,000 mutch raco between Gentry, iho Compounding of Hditur Walton back In the saddle by means of which It will remain lu Joo l'atchen and Searchlight at tho after u trip to iho Thousand Isle and u Into thu stream. 31ccllclncs. driving park at Kqehestur, N. Y., by ft hundred other place in the North. Hi J. W. Cummin, for.nerly of Ken- good, presentable condition for n cou. l'atchen wu second. TlmoS.Ml comparison of Lake P.rio to raging St. tucky, und stepfather of Hdllor Lew H. plu of week, aud, llko tho celluloid Is done with absolute accuracy in our head, Spencer Courier, of and 2:011. collar, It only need to be wiped with Asaph Creek In Stanford Is appropos, Hrown, of tho l'HKSOlMI'TION DKI'AUTMENT died ut Moberly, Mo. Waller Terhuno bought 3 uiulo but Commodore Perry scut no message a wot cloth to bo kept qulto clean. colt In Wllllamstown last Monday at and the quality of all drUK used '. of a A U year old Negro girl In Florence Hurrlsou in 1813, accord to President MbCUYKIIISli 11Y A WOMAN very high grade. un uverugo of 21 u head. Wlthlu tho ing to tho arithmetic, wo studied. buwed oil thu ear of u baby with a dull lis U utijs, iul that Auutlisr treat two week ho ha shled 135 The physician's success In tho treatpast knlfo and then roasted tho Infant ullvc. too. bv U lr lu Ihlt ivuniry Him'm) l.iltu-.Ulehmond Climax. -mules to tho eastern market. Harrods. money loss In l'orto Rico by tho lit clutrlir ivu htt tint fur Mini voir. ), mro ment of dilllcult cases is dependent on tho Wood thluk ho I mighty Hror Tho Un. bul hr rlul uryaus . Have iniw Democrat. 1 uudvrmluvU slut deslh suied luiiuluvut. 1'ur purity aud freshness of the drugs, estimated at $75,000,000. smuri and ho !. Writing without anyI lUrv wuulusshs ciubed tuctJUtly, and cuuld hi orders tilled here and the result will tho uncsi crop ui corn suu thing to go by but memory wo wroto hurricane There mi .i.w.11. fabi, Auallv:.. UlivvitrKvl a naif tu recur- I'l.. . tniiacca In llrcckenrldgo county wo Harrison, when wo should havo said THE EAaMC, KINO Or ALL IIIUPS, bo highly satisfactory. y lr i'unsliiiiuf ut tuiilsuf Ir iisaJ. k. lauvh r und llHvtry fur L'uu.uiuiitloii, t list wtt tu Mil ulKlit: impiy out oi Is noted for It Wen slRlit. clour and dl nvnr saw. 1"0 corn l bt list td uu tskl( ttrst ikw, Madlsun, us any school boy should havo Come to See U. t t.L ,1 uiiilli, itm tnbaceo lsnot'ns tlnct vision. So aro tlio.o person who u.o aud wllblo Uilllrs lit, bum almoin (fly currd. 3li"v writes u Iter uiuiMr l.ulkrr t.ui. , ,, . Hutherlttud's KujfloEye fulvofor weak eyes, I' llaiuiikk Al'o.,of hbelby. H. Iiuui rial kutllrs acreage , us il was iumjum-n,- - i. known. J inriraln --,. ,, I kind or Bruuuluted ,rMg, ivuy, tinurbiors. iwauiar simi uviuis II,, II... 1, i will inuKO up in iuanv. iJitv.nv.-i- i ituukiuii. win imvo u siruui mir thu stje,oroBjeofuny Mcuuts. uJtl, Hitrj Miluuui Bold at l'euny' at second week la October. Id. rldgo New. John Ynung Ilrown. "Nit." Holler "are few ami far hctut'cti" In Gnrrurd. Married on th I lib. Win. T. Hreed-lo- ve A Mf. VEHNON, ' i ol 1 1 ii A T S HATS HATS m 1 ! Camp-olt.vlll- kmI-tlo- I Linen Hats, I Straw Hats, Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, I Fur Hats, I Soft Hats, 1 I Stetson Mats ! I I I H. I 1 I I I I I J. M'ROBERTS. A Warm Feature - e, 1 Slaughtering PriceS two-sto- ry OUR ENTIRE STOCK vlt J. Frohman THE GLOBE, 'Phone ville, Danville. Hui-sel- Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, It tbim-an- d i-- A Family Carriage 1 grand-mothe- r, Wearen Son, lto-i'l- ;!iHti5JTir. '.:?vuy 1 The e, pa, l -- 1 tt Penny's Drug Store. 'frt Thero was a good attendance nt tho opening of tho Lawroncoburg fnlr. Tho exhibits aro said to bo flno. John Powers, a trackwalker, was run over and killed by an L & X. passen ger trnln at Smith's Grove. .tlc, Insngiiratcil to cUnri up our ftiliro formerly of As this, our Greatest of nil Swceping-Ou- l Davidson, Hiickncr TICKET. Mrnt of tho Klondike, summer surplus, rocs on Tho values Inrrrvo In llirlr Mirnctlveiinu Hnwcsvillo, Is back from-luNow wo Incklo tho better llne, and the low price grndfi have Ixftl dlponl of whero ho niadonbout $50,000. William Davidson, of La Porte, Ind , sweeping reductions make drunk carbollo acid when tho sheriff threatened to close him out. Tho New York aldermen havo passed Monday-Savi- ng a resolution appropriating 3150,000 fur Admiral Dewey's reception. Orders aro expected within 11 few Head every Item. dnys directing tho organisation of tlvo .'10 Ladles' French Woven Corsets, 21 to 2d, Idt, former pric it. now volunteer regiments for tho PhilAnything in Lulles Short WnlH Comets He, termor price 75c. ippines. Mrs. Sionowall Juckson, widow of ing president novcroccuplodtho White other counties, tho bolting movement tho distinguished Confederate soldier, IO.V II. NAM Houso than McKlnley and tho people Is headed by back numbers who have Is at tho Virginia Hospital, Richmond, For ILdlroad Coiniuluiooer, C- (' 3KCIIOKI). will bo thoroughly convinced of it be no other way to win tho tltlo of "prom- seriously III. Jno Short, who cut Barlow Prewitt's foro the next election. For IprfMnllhe, For cheap Percales, Windsor anil Sea Iilnml lir.imli, ftc, Inrnier prim inent politician" without leading u forthroat from ear to ear on Kettle Creek, f. F- xonm. hopo. And these back numbers Jtit received n full llnoOnrnlttireSklrtlni; all armuYsonly Wc, former prices 11.25 THE Loxlngton bolters didn't tndorso lorn In Cumberland county, lau week, was A few summer dress Skirts left in dark anil llithi linen and duck, In clrte. 00c, in turn aro being led by a railroad corbravo captured in Tennessee. EVEN with frco rides and freo lunch Blackburn, but thu parformer price It Is seek poration nbcltcd by tho republican glvo a continental. Ho It took three applications of electricthe bolters' convention wasn't such a doesn't Solid 1'iipia in Birds Eyo and IkxlforJ ttripo on!y 10c, former price le not ty. Is that democracy? Richmond ity to kill Bruno Kcrvls, executed for hli thine nftor all. In point of fact It ing tho support of truo democrats, they wont elect n Climax. In tho Ohio penitentiary, and murder was a spiritless, cut and dried per bolters. Besides In bis speech at Bowling Green bo was fairly cooked alive. of tho Legislature that formance, those encaged In the silly single member Judgo Breckinridge said: "I do not Lindsay a Postmaster Elkln, of Lexington, tin business, working as if they wero paid will choose Senator claim that William Gocbcl Is Immscu o department reortcd to tho day and wanting to do as llttlo by the late. Nona of ns can say that for auv that rural frco delivery In whom as possible. Tho fellow Green, tc IN is fighting Gocbel with man. but I do say that motaily and In DTHE L. county has proved n success. Gov. McCreary eviscerated at all tho power and vengeance that It can tellectually ho stands the poor of any William Grissura, town marshal of Guaranteed oipial to any 10c ipullty only .V. made temporary chair- command, Tho pcoplo will fight tho man in Kentucky, and that ho lowers was Men's Iitcached Drill Drawer, ribbed ankle worth 50c, to go tin week for W. Klrktnansvlllc, was shot and killed callman, after old Phil Thompson had L. &. X. und tho result of the battlo is head and shoulders above any ono I Mondav night by A. J. Roo. Tho ed tho meeting to order. Ho named a easy to forecast. Gocbel will win and bavo ever heard traduce, slander or game. lot of old hens and back numbers on the the L. & X. will bo shorn of power to abuse him." It was a great day for tho trouble arose over a card Miss Eurto Blakcncy, of Marshall ta 'committees and as there wero no everyone feels much democracy and tako a hand In politics. county, despondent bocauso of Ill- tho committee on credentials had encouraged. health and u lovo affair, committed report that The bolters aro secretly threatening llttlo work to do, except to A dispatch sajs that Hon. Thomas S. A craih In criOi hat.. Anything In Men's nr Hoy Crtali Linen Iln'.tonly ltc. drinking cobalt and then 110 counties wero represented. Jim dlro vengeance to Bryan for promising Pcttlt, who was the populist candidato sulcldo by Juit received an clcgint and nobby line of l.vlicV walking bats, cycle and golf John Whallen seemed to to come to Kentucky to speak for Goe- - for governor four years ago, receiving cutting her throat. Williams and Gov. Bradloy has issued a proclama shapes TV, bo the leading figures, with Gen. Dasil bel, but they dared not glvo open ex- over 12,000 votes, will In a short llmo of Choice this wvok ol Ladle' trimmed hata iric Dude, of the L. & N., the secret nlaln pression to It at their Lexington blow tako the stump for Goobel. He U ono tton, at tho request of tbo sccrotary war, calling on cltUcns of Kentucky to spring of tho business. out. of tho most enthusiastic Gocbel men in assist in sending aid to tho storm sufTho platform denounces the Louisthe State. Ho served in tho constitu- ferers In Porto Rico. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. Legville convention and theunprecedented tional convention, and la tho long i Tbo directors of tho Chesapeake .V rulings of Redwine, demands tho en Nominee Taylor uys tho election islature witb Mr. Gocbcl, und considers Ohio Railroad' Company declared a I And get price. We can Mveyou 25 ercent. Our Shite and nothing aluck is full actment of laws for punishing fraud In law will bo tbo solo Issue of the him one of the bravest and ablest per cent dividend on tho stock. This securing a nomination, indorses tho champions of tho righto of the plain is tho first dividend tbo stockholders of choice bargain. Asourspao is full wecanu l give price vts imt y I t oaie and lee for your Chicago platform and William J. BryAsa political sanctllicatlonlst "Old pcoplo ho has over known. will ever havo received. :lf. an; denounces the Gocbcl election law, Phil" Thompson Is what slangy peoplo WicklltTe, Senator Injhh speech at Dr. Bun McCIaskey, a reputable apprehends disastrous consequences deslgnato us u "beaut." Louisville Blackburn said: "I huvo had many letphysician of Spencer county, has made from the unnatural alliance of tho Lou Times. ters from honest, but misguided friends oath to the statement wo published In is'villo nominees and tho Courier-Jo- ur Gov. Altgeld advised the Lexington begging me not to go Into this car vas. the the lust iNTKUIOlt JOUUNAL. that nal and Times, favors tho regulation of convention to endorse Bryan and Black- They satd tbo regular organization was Brown told him that hu would make railroads without indorsing tho burn and tbo Chicago platform and all for rau und tbo boilers were all for speeches for Goebel und said he bad ThoDhoapct Hotue'.iii Town. blil against extortion, favors adjourn. me. They urged mo to stay out and Ambitions lo succeed Senator Lindsa). free competition In the sale of school & CO., Gov. Bradloy namjd Gen. P. Wat not make enemies by mixing in tho , An automobile Is lo 1x3 run from New books, condemns the republican Na- Hardin as one of the delegates to the fight. If I werb to follow the advice York to Chicago under wardcpartmeni T.D. KaNKY, Manager, tional and Statu administrations, and National conference of combinations of these honost but misguided friends, auspices nod Gen. Miles is much, Intercloses with an appeal for "support la a and trusts. Ilrancb store at Eliiabethlown, Klktnn, Owentboro, b'ho byvlllr, Ycriatllos, Hards I would forfeit the last utom of respect ested In its outcome An at tempt will patriotic etTort to redeem Kentucky Democrats in Casey. Rockcastle, I cherished lor myself. I call God to bo made to demonxlrato tho availabil- town, HopUnsvllle, Maditnnville, Morganficld, Gcorgctow n Ky , Clarksvillr, Turn. and from Boyle, Garrard, Anderson and Wayno bear witness that I have never seen tho from republican domination ity ot tho automobllo for array purposthe threatened evils of corrupt machine paid no attention to thu bolters' call for day, and I trust I may never 11 vo long es and every etfort will be put forth to O o politics." Blackburn was not indorsed. conventions. day when I would not mako enough to seo tbo the trip a record breaker. O o brought Tile mountain labored and Freo rides, freo grub and free whis bo ready to stand or fall with my parO o fourth a mouse. Tho L. &. In. conven ky ought to have drawn a larger crowd ty." (Prolonged cheering ) bay tuaru with blaze face, right O A o tion labored and was delivered of this than attended the L. & N. convention o At Wllllamstown Monday, Judgo hind foot white, about eight years old, O worse than mouse ticket: o at Lexington. Green, of the 15lh judicial circuit, with strap and chain on front foot, came O o For governor John Young Brown. A grand democratic barbecuo in asked for a division of time witb Gov to my shop u fow days ago. Owner can O o For lieutenant governor P. P. John- - Louisville during the second week in McCreary to present tho bolters' side, get by paying for this notice and my O o O i'o it- oton. will bo a feuturo of the coming which was granted. Green said that feed bill. George Sanduskv. October o f For attorney general L P. Tanner. fall campaign. ho was not a bolter, that McCreary win O o Pasteur. For auditor Frank Editor John R. McLean, of tho Cin tbo bolter. He spoke for an hour and O o I For treasurer John Droego. o cinnati Enquirer, seems to bo leading when Gov. McCreary nroso to reply he o For secretary of Stato E. L. Ulnes for the democratic nomination for gov- usked tho largo crowd to raise their o o Oils, James Rudy. commissioner For o o I have on hand Stock Hogs, ernor of Ohio. hundn If they thought Green a bolter. o For superintendentThe Ilev. E. O. It is said that Dr. John L. Long re- Over 500 hands went up and there wero Cows, Calves and other stock for o o Gucrrant. signed us superintendent of tbe State cries of Bolter! Bolter! He ought to sale. Call on or write to me it o o c For commissioner of agriculture D. Institution for tho feeble minded to es- resign." Said the governor: "I then you need any of the above. W. Vandeveer. cape an investigation. asked those who did not believe Judge nominations wero all made by Tho Boilers wero scarce from the Stb, Green a bolter to ralso their bands. J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. acclamation and tho pow wow was over judging from the fact that C. II. Breck Not a hand went up. Well, tho judge by 11:15 of the same day it begau. was numed ou both the State ccotr.il didn't have anything more to say after Brown made a speech in accepting the aud executive committees. that verdict from his homo pcoplo nomination and gave further proof that Nominee Gus Coulter pronounces tbe Everywhere I go 1 find enthusiasm for ho is a narrow minded old egotist, who charges of bribery made against him tho regular democratic ticket and I be- ter(luMilllttliorMit'OliiMhtil Willi the imwl lomi c strain, uf htroru ami mI1U making the Oiler lilxTil prrmitiiiiH on ull rings I ruaUtrr Jrrwjr wants to rido the billows as a bravo by the L. fc N. Dispatch as false und lieve Goebol will bo overwhelming ramblnnl inninbrni rimmltle allnvlilrrol ail ueauiH! uy 111111,0 ikhji, wnue sailor beforo ho goes down forever. Ire aoil dam Infjuta IVtlru Majoraiu tho Huber order u forgery. elected." fiV! fcrratvuuf Mr (xwir'a wlnQloa airttilaae Thu Courier Journal says about 2,000 At no time during tho proceedings of hril at thftMorhl Fair Shurthorna are jtoudit jury a The most disgusting feature of the pcoplo weru present atlhe opening of tho Loulsvlllo convention, even up 10 Oifuril, i)(.i witii iwiiie). tvnea, narron an.i Nii.thituwuihreii, i'lanl China ami llurk campaign Is tho part the Rev. Cole- the Lexington pow wow, but tbo crowd tho very mlnuto when Mr. Goebel re- hire hoca In lirlJiulljr S'l and hrr.1 frum the lte.l hrril. of Kculurkv l'rlrea Trainable Cuiut Is taking in It. Ho prayed at the dwindled greatly before tho close. man ceived a mujorlty of tho delegate votes, ami mor write lor whatY iron want K7. opening of tho Louisville convenProf. J. W. VunWlnkle, of Berea, would Mr. Hardin or Mr. Stono have We yuan litre errrythlnir IIKIM, Slinlorl, hjr Mr, .) ai tion, but tbingadldu'i go his wuy and has unnounccd us ua independent can- refused u nomination at tbo hands of Iteii W ! WALruN. lllir now he is bowling against Goubul and didate for tbo Legislature in Madison. that body. Either Stono or Hardin tho ticket llku a Dervish. Hades is The republicans nominated W. T. would have been glad to huvo accepted full ot preachers nt tho Coleman-Ker-foLand ! Harris. the nomination ut tbo bands of tho Public Ilk. Politics will never bo purified Richard Croker, who with delegates that nominated Goebol, sumo by the introduction of such creatures Reed has returned from Europe, and Redwlne's rulings would have been On Saturday, Sept. xC, '99, Into It. In fact you can havo more roal (un for lute money than any fair In tliti Slate, Don't, says tbut McKlaloy Is keeping up tbo condoned or considered all right. Even 1 Hill oll to tho lilnhr.t bidder 011 tho tircin-U- e Vrlto thu Secretary for n premium Hat. miss it thu farm ot tho Into A. (J. Nuwlunu, Philippine war to bolster up bis ud had John Young Brown been nominatMlt. GOKHKL and Senator Blackburn ut CVdnr Creel Ktutlon on thu I, A. N A K. Al.imi(iHT,Sccr.,J THOS. ClIKItltY. Trim, i;, i; l'HOTlIKItOK, Pie,. ministration. ed ut tho lust mlnuto by tho Loulsvlllo It. II , on thu t tan ford A. Crab Orchard pike, have made a triumphant lour of tho even tnllea from Ktuuford aud thrto frum Dr. John L. Long resigned us super- convention, which Brown himself de1st District and have uwakened interOral) Orchard and enthusiasm which promises u intendent of tho Stato Institution for sired, his selection would bavo been est This Farm Contains 133 Acras of Lni, feeble-mindchildren. Dr. James R. balled by domosraU with Joy und tremendous vote for tho democratic wldow'a dower, Ely, of Frankfort, u democrut, was gladness, aud many of tho wry men Subjwrt to thurvaldunceof eightwell Improvroom., two ed with new ticket. They will speak at Uarrods-burund all who aro now for Brown und shouting so hull, porcliu and cellar, two tomorrow, w hero many will go appointed to succeed him. nicuiiury outbulld'nf;, audi in against Goebel, would Tho voto in tho last Stato election: vociferously hug);' liouau, etc. Two never fulling from this section to hear them. Gallery In Central Kciiliir.kv ',,wi Thli la now tlio mint up i, Shackelford, democrat, 187.IS2; Iiulloy, huvo never given tho manner of bis aprltL't, convenient to acliool liouao, church-- c and About (0 ucriw In culti- ccntly ciUipd with the marvelous AtiaMiipnut lxiiuea; the nuw ilUcovcrv in republican, 107,078; Hlndroan, Nation- nomination another thought. Hart"piicm THE republican papery join tho vation, balance In blue griiMi. Tho furiu science I wUli lo auy to tho Lailii-- i that 0,572; Parker, populist, 7,274; Walford Herald. will bo olfured In two tracta, tho wldow'a Louisville Post uud Dispatch in al, prohibitionist, 1,73.2. Eight years ago, when John Young dower of IS acre with Improvements, lis singing tho pralseo of tho bolters' lieu, lace, bid or blda accepted Hon. Jus. D. Black, of Barbourvllle, Brown was uomlnuted for tho high und unimproved.70 Tho Rreater num. Thu purtint which real et and glorifying tho members of It and widely heralded as fayoring Just recuivcil a large atock of the wry honorable position of governor of Ken chaser haa tliu right ot aeudlrig In the fall, tboso who pat It in nomination us paBrown's candidacy, promptly announc- tucky oerC. M. Clay, Jr., in Louts- - with full posrcaalou of the US acre Jan. 1, 1000. triots and statesmen. They know tbut es that he Is for tho regular ticket und ville, thero was u lurgu number of Cluy Tijiiui catli, balance In alt x) the sole object ot U10 bolt is to elect will cent. Interest with tako tbo stump la its behalf. delegates turned out of tho convention aud 13 inontlia with t per ou I.len retained Tuylor. kot'urlty. the land for tho As usual beforo elections, Gov. Brad- Tho combined strength of Hardin and purclnue money. ...... l'atteru never nolil In thi locality hoforu -l- iavo to bo teen to lul ,,r....i I will THE bolters having doed their do, an ley Is bcselgcd by tho republicans to Brown accomplished this result. To houao aell at aaino time und placo witr.e ablo for frumliiK from the HlmploatplHitoKraph to the ino.t elaborate lmititlnira con.l.tlng of Udrooni Anionic the lot la tho New French "l'le.ir I '.fu moiil.linK cstimato of their chancos can now bo restore convicts to citizenship, but ho nomlnuto Gov. John Young Brown It kl, couch, tabliw, etc. Halo will begin nt delicate pIcturcH, Kmbro t, re.l Matt, French " ,'fcl.i Water inado. Wo predict tbut their ticket steadfastly refuses to do so, uuluss bet- - was noccssary to havu moro votes. To 2 I', it. I'or further Information addrea uuliu a dainty frame. When In Danville, call and Colon., and all bcuiuand net our nrlcVa II. P. NKWLANI), Knur . will not receive 6,000 votes In tbe Stato tur reusons van be given than that they accomplish this tbo friends of Brown "w rreucheravllle. Ky Mill Have) on money, .. 12 Third Ktreet Oiiuoillo l'oal OffiW I),.,,i,m.. are republicans. purchased delegates on the Moor of that and that even with their assistance ,.r, uj, Tbo Loulsvlllo Times says It is esti- convention. Six thousund dollars wus Tuylor will bo snowed under a moun- CO.NSION VOUIt BTOUK TO mated ttiut tho L. fc N. appropriated expended by thu frtonds of Bro.wu und of 25,000 votes. tain Cypres Shingles. IYon Fence. (20,000 for paying tho cxcnsetf of tho be accepted tho nomination, was elect & CM Phil Thompson, old Matt Ad- bolters' convention ut Lexington, out ed and served bis term without Inquirams, old Tom Turner, old Judgo Heok-n- of Its revenue, which otburwlso would ing If tbo other candidates wero dealt Llva Stsci Commission Merchants, -und other old "has been" make up buvo gone into dividends for the wid- with unfairly In securing thu result. (( Covington u sweet lot to purify politics. Everyone ows and orphans and other innocent Whatever John Young Brown may Central Uuion BtoclcStock Vurda, Covington Kv., or Vurda. Cincinnati, U, ' of tbem Is deud politically, bat they minority stockholders. now do, bo is politically us dead as tbo Wheu ahlpplng V.at bill our privilege Mdllii Central wunt to tread the fctago again beforo Gov. Bradley says: "Senator Goobel other historical wax figures. Frank-jo- rt will make It toCovington Block Yurda. Wo jour advantage mid glvo Mctul Roofing. Mill Work. being burled forever. .four atock our peraoual attcutlon is laboriog under a misapprehension. I Argus. Bitow.V It an amusing jdld not recommend a now election law, in his speech but certain changes in and amendments democrats call to tho old law; nor did I over dcclaro olT their tlckot, refer tho matter back that tho new law was better than the been my opinion I Aug. 18, 1899 to tho people, have n new convention old. If such hjid Stanfokd. K.Y.. and nominate a tlckot with which a would not have vetoed tho measure" Mr. Ilufus McGoodwIn, a leading harmonious party could go forth to to victory. Ho would withdraw and business man of U.invlllc, said to tho WALTON. W. P. his narao would not go beforo tho now Enquirer: "There Is no democratic convention. If tho democrats do not disaffection 'In our county, and I am accept tno proposition tho blood would unaolo to hear of any from our section bo on their hand's. Poor old follow ! of tho Statu. Tho trouble, If as much DEMOCRATIC What a sorry figure ho cuts and what a as alleged, scorns to be confined to oth For Doternor, fool ho makes of himself trying to servo or parts of tho Stato and certain news-pl- cr WIMJAM GOEItEL. account-).- " two masters. For IJwtenant (lotrnor. Tho movement Iho bolters aro under J. C. W. I1F.CKUAM. ofTwo years ago, a court martial of taking to engineer is a manifest failure. for AltOfDf J )nral, ficers found Copt. Oborlln M. Carter It has already fallen dead. The pall of 11. J. 1IUKCKIXK1IH1K. guilty of stealing 81,000,000 from tho tho L. & K. hangs over it. Every mnn For Auditor, ouso conrat. government and yet ho Is still drawing who Identifies himself with It cruellies For Trenuirr, his iav as a captain and wearing the himself In public estimation for all S. W- - HAOKK. uniform he has disgraced. Ha has paw timo to como. Nothing but lgnoray and For Secretary of h(t, C. 1JKECK IIILIj orfui political backing and McKlnley Infamy await any ot them in tho future. FerSurrlDlfnantofriiMlelnlriilton, has so far foiled to approve tho senOwcnsboro Mcssonger. HA11KY 3ICCHESNET. tence. A weaker and tnoro vacillatWhat Is true of Madison Is truo of Apiculture, For CommlMloncr of John Young BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, cuss. Ho domanded THE INTERIOR JOURNAL oldLexington that tho at It has been discovered that a Cumberland county Negro has flvo living wives. - SoieepingOutSale The Values Grow Stronger Chancos. Brilliant YOUR CHANCE 'Jc I - 25 DOZEN LADIES' BLEACHED RIBBED VESTS. : piHt-otllc- con-tes- Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts. Look at Our Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY Mc-Ch- Proprietors. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GO TO Moberts, tlje Druggist, -- TO STOCK MEM Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. ooooooooooooooooocooonoooooooooooooo FOR SALE. liur-wtl- The BRODHEAD FAIR rrhrf-wnlr- Sale of AUGUST 23, 24 AND 25. TROTTING, RUNNING AND PACING RACES BACH DAY. CAKE WALK Baby Show, Worst Turnout and Mule races are some of the many features for 1st day. ed THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. g ainoku-lioiu- e, pot-of!lc- sub-kUlz- v. One-thir- d THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs jYlouldhpgs. 1 hold-good- s, Z n, ,..... mm mm ur A. C.S1H.E, $S. Q .JI-3- vZ AJ NyASp? STANFORD, KT.7 " r. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokh, Kv., who has boon flrlnj; nlno years, haa al last been Riven E. C. Walton, Hubinivw Ma.vaokh. engine nn tho Main Mno. J 8. OWHLKY, Jit . went over to WATF.it, lco cold, jiurc and Ihu bolter perform al Lexington, Soiia tno.t rofrci.Mnjrut I'oniiy'aDrug Store. toon jjol enough of the thow. TllK best material combined with care, (kill nnd accuracy Insure good rebuilt. No otlior methods are over used In our prescription work. Penny' - Aura. 18, 1899 water at Crab Orchard. KDiTOuJAJtraMAitnT.of Mi. Vor. Pnnsit lino of candlo at Warren & AN accident whllo loading at Leba-- 1 non, was here yesterday. IBhantci' non thl morning, 'caused Cooper & Mil. ano Mits. P. W. Caktck nro Co', jlrcua to arrive several hour BmI'IIIK wheat drill, best made, al spending tho week drlnklna; tho pood lato. It ffot here at 8:30 and tho tents tc 3 '. Carter', WHERE DID YOU BET IT ? This Linen Suit? I got It at Jame Frye's. HeliMCiit these f 5 Sulla to iJ.o'), 1 lo has some the price on Job K. Rout, DniffStore. PERSONAL ANO SOCIETY GOSSIP, in Sholby. HON. Will Si'.vkuancb ha Joined hi wife Uaiivisv Hr.l.ii I Improvinir but not ratildly. ha Mihr Kjivlimi! AlkxaNIikk returned to Cincinnati. cnt n week ru- It. L MattiNolv tlcallng at Crab Orchard. lightning. hi foul severe ly with a hoe and laid up. Dit. J. V. PJIYTON amt W. 11. niK-glA.HiiiiY WAitltHNcut I ns and McSherry grain drill bet Tin: entertainment last ovcnlng by on tho market. W. A. Carson. Mr. Goorpo L. Penny In honor of Mm. Stuiiiile Plows Vulcan nnd T. S. Webb, Jr . was clcgnnt In every Glbb' Imperial Steel Duam plows al particular and greatly enjoyed by nil II. K. Wearen & Son'. .0 who attended. II. n. WALKr.it, a typical Hubc, was LOCAL HAPPENINGS. hero a day or two ngo, advertising Cooper' citrus in a very novel way. II row button Jsa brown button. Tin: of Cilicicr.N Pr.r.D. Five bushel WllEN you need watch or clock chicken feed screenings for only 81 at engraving of any kind, seo J. II. HaughmanAj Co', mill, StanDalton. ford. TWO valuable cow belonging to Foil IlENT. My farm of 203 acres; John .. SKMnainoro were killed by well Improved. Lies on Stanford and 11 I only II a year cash. Ilsmcmber that. seo I)JtiU.s.lIuy worth, Richmond cham-tlobul for an Tlic TwIco-a-We- I.VTEiitOit Jouit-NA- I, n aro being put upon tho vacint lot be-- 1 longing to J. W. Adams, on Kast Main Street, a wo go to press. ' SmaLL-io- x -- Mr. John Turnbull, who live In the ulurb of Crab Orchard, ha a severe caso of amall-po- x and It la feared that ho will not recover. Savcralof his children havo had tho discaso and recovered, Col. J. P. Chandler tells us. Tho street he live on Is fenced and all cllort aro bolng mado to prevent n spread of tho loathcsoino disease MATRIMONIAL MATTE'RS. Nice Crash Suits For $2. Yes and ho U Closinp; Out His Strnw And Linen Hats And gives you a clianco on that fine Sowing Machine with every $1 worth you buy. Thal'i tho plnco to trade, Sure. JAMES FRYB, Hustonville. Henry Jonc, aged 00, and Miss Ma Hnda Harris, 02, wero married In Hoono .1 1 A- - r r A Crab Orchard pike 2 miles from Crab gasoline stove left; thrco Orchard. Mrs. II. L. Abraham. burner, high stovo with oven, for only Tin: business men here want tho I0. Illgglns & McKlnnev. Dripping Spring. are at night trains to lenvo and tako oxprces -, .I..t Samukl HocKKit, of Kansas City, I Till: L. A: N. ha raised It freight here and are signing a petition atklng with hi uncle, Mr. J, S. Hockcr. rale hero all around, claiming that tho that tho Adams Express Co. do so. . Mits. JOHN P. Josas and children long and short haul decision made It TllK Danville fair eople are stretchare visiting relative In Carlisle. necessary. ing every ncrvo to mako their the -MltH. Kt IlALLAllt) and family, of visiting Mr. J. L.Tottcn. book on Mill greatest In thlscctloii thl season and FOL'Nli. A Madison, aro Jns.si:TiiAYl.Olt ha returned to Ur- Street, Stanford. The owner can have thoy will likely succeed. Aug. ine on tho Cumberland Valley llranch. It by describing contents W. P. Car 1. J. Waiiiihn HockkuI at Dripping ton, Lytlo, Ky. "TllK bolter wrote to mo to Join Spring hunting health and a sweetPaLMKUS and everybody ulso Inter them in their fight ngalnst Goobel," heart. ested In good roads, should attend the iM Mr. L, G.Gooch.of Waynesburg, Mil. J. Cakviiu Joniw, of Kansa 2 o'clock "Nil I couldn't sea It that way. I sent City, ha Joined hi wlfo at W. P. lecture of C. M. Hanna at & llj.-word they had better turn their 47. . this afternoon at ihu Rev. P. W. Allen will lcavo Monday Grime'. gnus on Taylor." nnJ family for Lco Summit, Mo., to perform tho Mil A. V. CAiirnsTHU I'NTltL'lJ. Harry Glovannoll, of tho I'oUIt of our boys wlllnsslsttho Drod- - marriage ceremony, which will unlto will reinovo to Danville about the llrst Danville Advocate, denies tho rejiort of September. head band during the Hrodhcad fair, Mis Wlnnlo Planngan to O. O. thatlie I going to Paducah to help which begin next Wednesday and Moore, of Greenwood, Mo. Dr. bride- MltS. WILLIAM MOUHLASP, of I.OX- The edit a looking newspaper. Wc aro Ington, I vUltlng her daughter, Mr. mighty glad to hear It. 'ast thrco days. If you want to spend e Is an old pupil of Mr. Allen and a few day enjoynbly for a small outlay Insisted on his coming away out thoro W. C. Shank. Miss Kdna IUmsky, a handsome Goitnu. A little daughter of William ot money, the above fair I the placo to to tlo the knot. young lady of Montlcello, I with Mr. Luwot), who live on tho Chancellor Mr. P.mmett Kubanks, the clever son ot Mr. David Kubanks, of the Mlllcdgc- Dr. I.. 11. Cook. place, wa seriously gored by a cow IN HOC. About 11 year ago, Pal vlllo section, and Mis Mary D., tho TllK Central Kecord say that Dr. J. whllo on her wuy to school yesterday Hogers, of Kowlan'd, beat Harry Jonc handsome daughter of C. T. Sandldgc, A. Amon ha ft tlno boy, which ho ha mu'rnlng, Mr. J. II. Tucker tell u. 1U0 for it. In Uockcastlo and wa fined named Will Klco. wero married at tho homo of William ,Gkt our price on job work before He had been hiding out till yesterday Moreland in Lexington Wednesday Mkk. I. P. STBELB, of HuUmville, when Doputy W. L. Wood took hlra In was here Tuesday In consultation- with sending awav for'lt. Wo can save you afternoon by I lev. I. S. McHlroy. Mr. In from 10 to 2Ajior cent, give you as good, tow and thl morning lodged him P. C. Sandidge und Mies Suslo San- Dentist II A". Jonc. Mt. Vernon. In fact new Shoes for Pall for Ladies, MIssph and Children in a I dldgo accompanied tho young pair and H. J. McUOHHitTB ha had hi resi- If not better work, and there will bo J.ll at grades just opened We tell the celebrated 11 pure white, theroby neither freight nor express chnrge to TllK Albright Hotel has mado amplo witnessed tho ceremony, which was a dence painted pay. greatly Improving It. arrangement to accommodate guests very pretty ono indeed. After the knot flrst-cla- s MissSallm: Pock, who ha been dinner wa tied tho party repaired to tho FOUTY DAYS. John Adams, for ap- during thu Fair. A visiting Mr. J. S. Hundley, ha re- propriating meat, belonging to each day from 11 30 to 2.U0. Guest Phtunlx Hotel and enjoyed an elegant etcr lunch. turned to SprlnglloM. will be transferred from Fair ground lioazlcy Carter, was given 40 day on P. 1,. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, At 10:30 a. M., Tuesday at tho resipile by Judgo J. P. Iluiloy; free for dinner, and only charged ho doc not know of a sln-g- lo the rock tell u that from for meal. A good feed stable attached. dence of her parents, Mr. and Mr.Judge Carson having sent him on bolter In Itoclccastlc. J. II. Albright, Pror.. Brodhead, Ky. Geo. D. Hopper, Ml Mattto Dunlap hi court. Their competitor tell us tlipy have nothing belter to offer us Hopper and Mr. K. B. Stover, of ICnox-villMits. K. S. POWKLL and handsome nre low priced, solid leather goods, made to near Zciglcr's It I unfortunate that Mr.C. M. Han MI Muttie, of Hustonvllle, will bo united In marrlago by daughter, TllK fellow. Joe Leisure, who 1 good Itev. S. M. Rankin. A lunch will bo aie as line as you can buy, hut the prices are lower than other ask aro vUltlng friend In Lancaster. charred with shooting Into a K. C na' lecturo on agriculture and for same grade of good. Come and let us show you the largest and MissAnnik Johnston, of the Wen train, had hi examining trial ticforo toad conflicts with tho circus. We served nnd then tho happy pair will Shoes ever shown in Stanford. most completo lino of Knd, delightfully entertained a num. Judgo J. P. Halley, who held him over want to know moro about tilling tho tako tho train for tho homo prcpar bur of her young friend Wednesday to circuit court In S.'IOO, which ho ha soil and need better county roads, but ed for them. Mis Hopper I a very the thought ot thu clrcu will make tho superior lady, being- - handsome, culevening. not given. ..majority of u forget all about the other tured and winsome, whilo tho prospecM !! Mhs. MitciiklTavlok, of Mlddle-burIn thi With two candidates for commission things and the propecis nre that Mr, tive groom is ad excellent young man, I vUltlng hor parent JTVtTVV' who come highly recommended. Evcounty, whllo her liuband I In North er of agriculture, Lincoln county, It Hanna' crowd will bo small. '!!iAtl wonld seem, might get one, but sho Dakota. Abraham, erybody will congratulate them Jnd Mary Dkatii. Mis Mint) Pktkh, tho preltv girl won't. Caroenter will beat Vundoveer Miss wish them a life of happiness. daughter of Mr. und Mr. W. F. Abrawho ha been with Mr. J. II. Tuoker hero und then lie short of election some One of the most beautiful wedding,' ham, of tho hast l.nd. died In Louis which some time, left for St. Joe, Mo., 175,000 vote. for thu Prcacbcrsvllle people havo a com ..... ville at tl o'clock yestorday of ii " yesterday. somo time, took placo in Foil engaging lu u general street plication of trouble. Tho remain wero witnessed for Mits. Dil W. H. O'UANNON and light, Will Lovelace and John Haydcn brought home this morning and at 10 the Baptistchurch there on Wednesday children leave thl ullcrnoon for Drod-hea daughter ot andauother darkey were lined 11 each will bo laid to rest In the family bury- night. Tho bride, who ICummins, was to vllt relatives and attend the dnd'joo'Hayden S.1 In Judgo Carson's und Mrs. W. II. ing ground after services at tho resi- Mr. fair next week. altlicdlnu handsome while organdlo court. Thomas Clark, fo- - drunken and dence by Uld. J. G. Livingston. I0C1ANGEY0UELUCK and never looked lovelier. The groom Mil. JaMKS 11. OWHN8 ha gono to for $J. disorderly conduct, cnught It Cumberland Pall to manage tho busiTin: catalogue for tho colored fair, Is a oung man of splendid habit and CHARGE YOUR TAILOR ness for tho LouUvlllo firm that bought Tin: L. it X. will run a special train which will be held hero throo days lino business quallticatlon. Tho cereIt a few years ago. to London uexl Tuesday to tho big re- commencing Thursday, Sept. 21, I In mony was performed by Itev. It. B. Mim. W. II. HiuuiNS entertained at publican blow out. It will lcavo Juue tho hand of tho printer and will be Mahuny, who said It was u real Joy to There's wisdom In this proverb. tea last evening In honor ol Mlsse lion City at S:10 and pas hero at 8:31. out In a day or so. Anderson Carr Is ono of hi calling, to unito In life, two Fortune seldom frowns on a well- : will lie 82 president, James Anderson vice pres- whom thu Lord seemed to havo deKalu Anthony, of Fort Smith. Ark., Tho faio for the round-tri- p dressed min. He who is careful and Mattlu Hopper. will leave Loudon at fi r. M. ident und C. S. Haynes secretary and signed for each other. Tho attendants The train about his personal appearance comMhs. K. H. IUtchik, who ha sent business manager. Thoro aro 0 direc- wero Mr. Chancellor and Miss Mary mands confidence and respect. parent, May several monthsVith her TllKitK never wa such a demand a tors, which Include tho best colored Cummins, Mr. Dave Thompson and If vou leave your clothing orders . Mr. J. N'. Menofeo. loft Wed there Is for Goobel button. About u men In tho county. There win be no Mis Palllo Elmore, Mr. Geo. Archer f.I with nesday for I'rankford, Texa. half a bushel were given away at till racing, but big premium are ollored and Mis Ada Cummins, Mr. William MltS. A. Huuilits, of Hoono county olllco Monday and still thoro wa cry for roadster ring each day and some Cummins und Mis OUIc Nevvlund. l and Mines Mary and Sarah Hughe, of for moro. Tho head of the ticket I good horse are promised to contest. After the ceremony a delightful lunch III., mother mid niece of Mr. certainly u prime favorite lu thl Hume, was served at thu homo of the bride. I STAN FOR IS, Tin: friend of John C. Pc pplcs, a Quito a number ot handsome presents W. M. llrltt, aro her guest. mighty good demn were received, wnicu snowed tho high clever man and a local agent for So far u wo could learn only three crat, havo becu Importuning him to cdtecm In which tho young couple, wero "delegate" attended tho bolter' con ri'lIK L. & S.i will sell round-tri- p FRED KAUFFMANN, It. B. M. vention from hero, Hrer Vundoveor, J." ticket to the Ilrodlicad fair at onu fare mako tho raco for jailer and ho Is con- held. Chicago, The American Tailor, Mr. T. Jell beginning for tho early sidering tho matter, whilo 6U cent N. Saunder and W. 11. Penny. Hi: roOMUITIlUtsUWiEONS. IU'.YNOLDS, Mr. A. P. morning train Wednesday, 23rd, und Ulll 1 "almost persuaded" to run for doctori luM lleulrk Hamilton, of U'ntJff. will look your best, and as for All you MltS. CiCKlto from lEHial , I the deslro of hi fereon, OheaHe r mlttrliu Is muutln oivrallcm would tile uulmusrottlr Ilunn, MUsm Kato MeKlnncy und Mary rood returning on 2iith. Local freight shcrllT, so great luck, every deal will give you FUluIii, will, lUe bot of l lul be cured IiTloruml, ArnliuSslte. blmwK Hughe and Kx Koynold formed u train will carry passenger between f rlund to havo him do so. Mr. IHU tli surct I'lle cure on too well and favorably known to mako rartli, ami the Iml Sdie In Ibe world. Z cent, u Livingston und Hrodhcad. party to Crab Orchard yesterday. comment necessary. The bee Is busy box Sold be lViiiir. Uruwl.l. Miissks. i: Walkkk und son, HitoiCK His Lko. J. G. Martin tell In tho bonnets of a good many of tho Wood Walker, of Garrard, passed man named Coulter, living buys who want to serve tholr country way to Colorado, foe u that u through on their leg noar Klngsvlllo, had ono of hi In tilling county olllcoi and u hot raco n' ! tho benefit of tho former health. ' by u tree falling on him yestor-da- for tho nomination, which I nearly Mooitn, of thl county, one broken had Will C. tree down and ran two year oil, may bo expected. Geo. cut tho Ho of tho best saddle horso men In tho In tho wrong direction when It fell. It J conthi Dcsr is rue cHEiptsr oo3r7reepiny. has been engaged 10 handle tho Is feared tho limb will havo to bo am- S. Carpenter say It a foregono State, Cutortd Atsociatioit. v .,, , X.v V-clusion thut ho I going to bo sheriff. Kcnmoro Stock I'uim at a .trim of putated. . horflianu7t v Hardstown. 2I--- 3 Days. Tin: commercial club had a called Thursday, Sept. kvj w m MM wM m M M Sm m mr M m M m 1 M m .S ygeufnltny. IlKAVY Loss. A dispatch say that lunar. T. ., Mowtow, who I spend Wednesday to hear further Crab Orchard Mlcthol Taylor, known a "tho Stuvo meeting in. hi vacation at eieyragfty. VLi Si SI 3 S .. Mr.C II. Williams, tho railroad llij I'miimmtfur llotiJtttr Riwji, Sntlng. wa with friend hero Tuc King," of Casey county, who own fom proiuotor. About 25 were present and llUj I'reumun fur SaditU iturttt, Sin J Ibr hi familiar laugh wa mulu several thousand acre of lund In Cas day und llij Vmmnmt lit All JlimiA, Mr. William proposed that if tho w m A Great Time u Ripeclftl. (hlalwut county, N. D., had a Held of 1,200 acre to their ear. and $5,000 In money were jouiisvill?JCy. Annlo Dlsbtnan, of of wheal Just ready for tho harvest. A pmrrTY MI donated and 5,o00 taken lit stock, ho A. CA llll, Vrt ; C. S. UA YXES, &cj. Plnuvlllo, who I at Crab Orchard hailstorm swooped down on Itono night would build tho road. No donations to Snrlng. wa hero thl week. Sho at- - thl week und destroyed utl of tho bo asked for till It I complote. Mr. K. NICE HOME FOR SALE- tended Stanford Female College over- - grain, entalllngfa loss of J20.000. L. Tuutior I to bo treasurer and tho .. many IrlencU hero I otfjr lor ule I rlrstelr my eery dealrtble houe ' al year ugo und ha t to hold a conW , acre, ou Ike Danville )lke. 1', lullni Tiir.itB aro many funny thing lu First National Hank K. K. PitOTHKHOi:, tho clover trav. o that It tud lot, It U well luijuov Iimiu tbehUulord Is good trolling luterut In the road outbulldlugt, ucterfill ed, bs. sll Ibe .HnL'ieiireontatIvoof It. S. Martlu' politic. For Instance there our Hon.D.I.Brewer, Justice o! U.S. Supreme Court, of tho can not bo dUposed of to u eomiwtlng tuil water sud jlculy of fruit If not told rliiiu I John llrlghl. Ho wa ono WEBSTER'S (rout of tbe tobacco factory, wu hero Wednesday. friend, Iu head tho list with u y More wilt kII t tiuMle suction InIsvJ, couuty t " I commend it to all u tbo ono frcut etaud-an- t SUnlorJ, St, II chief cook und bottle washer at tho lino. Mr. Tanner authorlty.'V. Ho I president of tho Hr'odheiid fair pumiaM?r INTERNATIONAL mooting hero Monday and read subscription of 1,000 und somo $1,200 court day Term iu uu lUtHiUT.Danellle. Ky It excel In tbo caso with which tho eyo finds tbe fdlLKNIIMIUV und I In high feather over tho pro, boltor' pledged hero. Tho matword sought lu accuracy of detlultiun) In tho resolutions declurlng for Ilryan, or $1,500 wero DICTIONARY pect of a good exhibition. itiHutinirronuiiciutioii: iu tcrto bo pushed and tho club when ho could not huvo gotten tho up. ter ought to statomeoU of fact and in n comprcbi-iialvAlTKit ntlendlug tho bolter' conpractical use a a working dictionary. census supervisor If ho should lcavo nothing undono to secure Cupt. W. II. Penuy wont to polntment of vention, SiHlmen voqu, tte., it on application. OBAH OHCIIA.Ill3,ICY. tho road. Tho proposition seems fair voted against him 181)0 and not bo better Frankfort to got Gov. Uradloy to rco hadn't G.ScC MerrUm Co., PuUuhcr,, SprlsgficiJ. Mm., U.S.A. rrlrate, Met!, Thorough, lrtitlal and Iwin. expected to do so In 1893. Tho resolu- aud tho money could omiuend him for captain In u regiment aud SurruuiiJlni Is almost dead as It la. site, llulldliif. coiuuiodtou tion also declare for free llvor and pont. Tho town delightful, Will eutrr ujuii the dullea of lbs null for tho Philippines, Ho took a largo Something must bo done or it will havo car seiil. I. Is'J. Yvt Teruu oradmlolou address tho Chicago platforms, whllo Mr. l)R. J.;s. blAl'f, Jlea. ' number of endorsement for tho 'to bo foncod In. Bright I u rantankerou gold bug. ONLY ono m m county. STANFORD, KY. William Harris, of Henderson, broke William Shcllon, President. tho record by marrying in 18 days after Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Departments, MiiIp, Art, Elocuhis wlfo died. tion and and Physical Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 4th. Send for catalogue to Tho wlfo of a wealthy Michigan lumMltS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. berman rnn off with tho stablo boy and took along 830,000 of tho old fellow' cash. Hester Child, a LouUvlllo girl, rodo 1,200 mile by rail, 150 mile by stage coach and 50 moro on horseback across tho mountains to Buffalo, Wyo., to Tho painting season is here. We wish to call your attention to the fact that wo marry Joseph AUcmnnda, a wealthy keep the licit Heady Mixed Paints, Oils, Varnishci, Brushes, Ac , In the market. ranch owner. .Mrs. L.niy Lnnrtry, tho actress, was ! married July 27th at tho Island of Jersey to Hugo Gerald Do Bathe, 23 years Our line of Toilet Articles such a Tooth Kruihes. Hair lirushei, Comb, Soaps, and of the very best quality. of ngc, and eldest son of Sir Henry Ac , is complete, PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from tho Purest and Best drugs ob Pcrclval Do Bathe, nart, a retired general und Crimean hero. Tho Lilly talnable. Prices reasonable. We solicit your patronage. confesses to 30, but her ngo Is given a Stanford Female College, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. TOILET ARTICLES court-house- m i&m&$&j&m&mimw?mmm CRAIG HOOKER. to-b- m Nein Seboo SHOES. ... t 2js. Zeigler Bros., and H. C. Godman & Co.'s Shoes. o, God-man- 's L'. SEVERANCE S SOVS. ad - n.t J. P. JONES, m . y. Stanford Fair f' 1 .rMTimffVTJ!&r)k('rkff)klj4&h J rlghtr-of-wa- y (SJllJmMjJMMfA - Courl-bou- COLLEGE HOMI, 1 stefli . . .,y - . A Tuesday's issuo, Dr. W. D. Tttnllf was called to preside, over ..d. XrlAavvsj tho colored teachers' Initltuto owmj? JP afellavfesMlTua to tho continued Illness of Supt. Garland Slngloton. Miss Hollo Sutton wns chosen secretary nnd the- following ar- - When not miiiJB3.03 will teachers were enrolled: Dr. V. D. Tnrdlf, Charles Hayncs, Mrs. K. U. Knox. Mr. Cronshnw, U C. Durham, Horaco Helrd, Misses M. U. Olvons, TIME GIRD MHjrglo Jones, AuRUSta Levels, A. M. Stewart, Floronco E. Cook, Lala T. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Wado and Hollo Sutton The conduc tor. I'rnl. P. L. Williams, of Louisville, . No. J Arrrlca!taniordat 1 OS a. bclnjf Introduced addressed tho Insti J 10 t No. 4 Iaiei Stanford Arrises at Kowlandat 12 M No. Jl tute at length outllninir tho weckvs r. M. No. Leca btantord t work! nnd In aclcarnndcotnprehonsivo manner enlarged upon tho loftiness of KNOXVILLE DIVISION. tho profession and thoultlmatopurposo p in ..12 W No. H Train going North .. 2 41 tm of the common school system. ' " Nn M " .,12 34 1. 10 ... " South Tuesday's session ocean witn uevo- ol S " .12 32 p ' 0.M " tional exorcises by Rev. James and tho for llirolnu. slnclnc of soncs 172 and 03. Miss Yo- BO'JOH TICKKT3 SOM. CUIXKED TIlllOUOIl, eum, a teacher from llerca, was intro HAUHAHE duced. School raanacement was Uls- For nor Information enquire ol cussed bv Prof. Williams in an Inter JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky, esting- rannner, In which ho advised tho teachers how to conduct their FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. schools nnd become successful teachers. Train, leite Frankfort it 7 A.M. Aand Md reach Her. Jnraes, acont forn Knoxville with l fleorttetown S 10 Q. M. C. Leave 1'arl. r. a. m m,I was then introduced and made l iSu it rKJ; and S 3U P. M.. connecting it Sown with (j AC md reaching Frankfort nt 9:U some beneficial fugcestlons concerning A. u. -V.Wr.m n. NF.WTON. A. O. T. A. tho school system of tho college Wednesday after singing and devoQUEEN A CRESCENT. tional exercises by Rev. J. W. Dodds, follow,: jetton Cltr Prof. Wllllnms introduced Arithmetic, Trains paw .12 02 p m No. 5 North..' 11 p m which was freely discussed by tho InSouth S4Sam No.1 " m 11M "4 " "t " Ilia " . .. UMim "10 " ...l4pni stitute. Miss Yocum, of Berea College, 600im In very 805pm H manner, beautifully ad THE interior JouRNALizr::: TKACIIKKS. CHURCHES AND PBEACHERS. 4y $1 PER YEAR CASH tMM a Rov. S. M. Lognn will hold a meeting at Jolllco, beginning tho 20thRev. J. B. Crouch Is assisting In a protracted meeting at Wallaceton. Thorn nro 3.1 Bantlst Indian nnd Ne gro schools with 1,300 students in tho United States. Mr. Strain, au Itinerant preacher from. Mercer county, had his leg broken Saturday by his horse falling on mm. Tho South Kentucky Baptist Asso elation, with over 2,000 commnnlcnnts, is In session nt Klllsbttrg, Casey coun - Pur Your Finger on Your Pulse -- Vft Kind PuactMit tai Do All Klnit e;:lt Ecptlrlcj. of BI- - A. H. PRICE Dentist, Hrn Sturgeon s?&9. wWHBkVJ Store In the Owsley TUB DANVII.M: CVCI.KCO., PASVII.I.E, KY No. IIS Third M. MISS EVELVN TARDIF, The Sonmstross. W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Stanford, Ky OfoevT' Mcltoberta llulldlni. and Plain and rnalilnnahte Sewing, ruttingSt John Water Works Kilting a II 0ti.m. Aimifit'tl l.tMiiiiM liHrcKixiiiixin CAiTt.nuN tottf' ty- - 2- - nt. Although a professed Infidel, James ru.nnnlt.nf Kansas CltV. left 8150,000 to religious nnd charitable orginlza tlons. Twn Mormon oreacliers were elected from a pnlplt In Jnckson county by angry citizens and forced to leave the .... 111 - l'lr., Col-lee- e, 91 ther than Junction City Not. 1 and 2 do not Hop. 9 and 10 run no fur- RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food brief a dressed tho teachers. In tho afternoon Aritbmatic was further discussed by Pmf. Williams, after which Mr. Tlns- loy, of Berea College, was introduced and he presented three papers to the institute, which should be In tno nanus of all teachers. Tho talent didn't come In time for tho open session Wednesday uight and being engaged last the court-hous- o night, it was declared otf. Prof. Williams Is orovlni an excel lent conductor and the exercises aro of real value to tho teachers. Tho sing ing Is a special feature and draws many outsiders to hear it. The institute closes at noon. county. The 10th nnnunl convention ol tno Kentucky Women's Christian Temper ance Union Is called to meet In Owcns-bor- o. Sept. Tho Cumberland River Association and tho Tate's Creek will conveno tho o same day, Aug. 29, tho former at at Ml. Tabor, nnd tho latter Garrard couuty. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhcad, was on yesterday's train returning from Union church, near Perryvllle, where ho assisted tho pastor, Rov. B. T. Aklns, In a good meeting, which resulted In four additions. Rov. George W. Kltngman will tonight, preach at tho court-hou- se tomorrow night and Sunday afternoon. Ho will begin a protracted meeting at McCormacks Sunday morning and will preach In the morning nnd nt night until further notice. 22-2(Prov-Idenc- You feet the blood rushlne along. But whit kind of blood? That is the question. Is it pure blood or Impure blood? If the blood Is Impure then you are weak and languid; your appetite is poor and your digestion Is weak. You cannot sleep well and the morning finds you unprepared for the work of the day. four cheeks are pile snd your complexion Is sallow. You are troubled with pimples, boils. or some eruption of the skin. wny not puriiy your blood r l,nitcnHter, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vllnltird Air. Office In 1 ROYAL PlijilcUii In attend-auc- c. the New Thompon llnllrtlng. INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Inrirel Klre Instiranro Company World. In h Lincoln County Farm For Sale, ....- - t.l. k t tkl " I will oner Rr mib in ii"i i;'" side, al Stock. Crop. A. Mid f.rni j.Bliln acre, of Brt tlas l.lu. r. land, I'-- , H m.l deslraldr well U"-!- ..." Moreland. ...tlon .on tie I S -;, ,.---Ie.llnlromiiiirwe.iiir...o.. " ' I. a On Thursday i Sep. .... ..... woilliion. X4 '99i . t ii, I, lenl . (rt-c- u ,. Barboe & Castloman, Manage m Southern Department, I'?. iroi . - ,L. D.l'o tlenrral two ; ODIi-em- , W ktln at m o'rtork. AM Columbia llulldlug. Iiuls- (3) l.vllle Ky. . ! yean win Inie rest lren He 1, IK'J-- J ,o;,7,i " "" "uii luttlAS lllle.lni.Kv. hk il of "' "to I seeded THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. - Louisville, Ky. The most centrally located and only I would like to Inks, option on good farim l'or teem nnd partlcu-lar.dd- re In Lincoln County, WM l.ANIKHtAF. Krtger. Uy i FARM FOR SALE OH 20 i FIEST-CL-A-S- S will do It. Take It a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again. You can feel the difference. It is stronger and your circulation better. Send for our book on Impure BIcod. If you are bilious, take Ayer's Pills. They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla, They cure constipation also. . -'- TRADE. Hotel In tho city making a !,,. ..... J ...--...- - One Mock from the principal ahopplng -district and two block mim wi t $2. EATB. r.vrrythlng neat and t U ui .,, Pplemll.1 fsnuof JIO acre In Southeast Kansas nillr fmia the Mlmurl line tVell U.rate.1, country, thickly settled Will sell Isrin In Central Kenu ea.r terms or tra.le to ll.i.o dIAerenre In a tucky Addre. llox , htanlord, Ky trade (oUsrniin (;l (anytl,n tr i- against alum. Alum bating powders' are the greatest mauan to health of the present day. MYM. iaio rowoti ca, ntw vomc the City, QUARANTINE J WITHDRAWN AT OLD POINT COMFORT. DENTIST, risoly Lccatei Er!:i Slies: la !! Tho ounrantlno existing at Norfolk tl ";T" " colls, Eectwk7. Stanford, andsOld Point Comfort on account of I.si7ellla?rs7ed f:r Sale. Wrtta to oar Doctor. yellow fever, havltg been withdrawn, Ky. Write tuerafreelrall the part Iralars this Is to notify all concerned tbat tno In your cae. low II receuo s prompt reply, without hi. has re- A: Ohio Railway nhPiiwako AifdteM. IllL. J. O. AVKR. orcliani, a new wuo.. . aSH d.ur. a A W Lowell. Mus. TB ea,V w.lr-Il'"'M, f"' . sumed balo of tickets to Old Point Com- fnrtnnd nil lwilnts alTectcd by the quar LIVERY, FEED AND BALE excursions to antine. Tho want. It would do wI.t wrtiV --STABLE,' JAJII- - - IVIAl Old Point Comfort on tho second and a...!.m ' Uvular, hftf tat Mil IWW""' "''". l.trirlr fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, HUBBLE waareln Montloello, anKr . bant oupleKl hr weal commencing with the second Tuesday ex. Kern, as lr Hour, "'" Ilorw. and Mule cciistantly on baud and BI " ""T as p Teed This Lots of old corn to eoll In this com In Senlcraber. Round trip tickets will fur aale at nil time. W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., be 15, limited to 21 days. For full In munity since the good ratns. ddr.s tli aln J. W.Bourno sold three smill year formation write Geo. . Barney, uiv. GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Kv. ling steers to Thomas Baughman for Passenger Agent. Lexington, ABWi 1 . MI. ll,,l, Of ?. A. JONES, ' : B. G. FOX, BEHZLEY HOTEL. .d S $50. -- .. m m Splendid 42 Ths Soutlisrn Mahal In:".tr.cnt Compinj, Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Yen Live. OldLtae Companies PaylWhenYcu.Dle. Wa Orer 150,0G0 P7 While OrerS),uJKewrfe"mdi Surplus II ' USES WEAKEN, Lool Afent,. letanford, Ky . MAN, Secy., A. SMITilIM 15 lxlngton, Ky. -- paid In Urine Iwnefits. PIRB, JLiIFIE & INSURANCE. Georgo Wood has gone to tho mountains to buv some cattle. John Lynn Is here holding down the sheep trade while he is cone Dr. O'Bannon was called Mondav to see Miss Lena Rog ers, who was thought to bo dangerous ly ill. Wo are glad to notu mat unurcn along nicoly and Yeasrer is that the sick in tho Gentry family are also Improving. Chris, hurry up and got well. Wo all miss you In our lodge. Mrs, J. F. Rlgnoy is visiting relatives in Indiana. Mr. J. M. Wells, of Casey couuty, was hero this week, en route esley uo to Lancaster to have Dr. some surgical work on him. In lt uitftlnn tit 111 mi countrr than all other dlneawa put together, and tlw last few ear wa mppcnd tu 1 Incur-abluntil For a rcat many jreari doctor pronounced It a local tllee, and prewrlbe.1 locu remeuiw, and cun.tantlr falling to cure with local treatment. pronounced It incuraoie. ccieuie i1"""' ralarrb to 1 a con.tltutlonal dlse, and therefore rciulna constitutional treatment. limit's joukw, Cure, manufactured by r. J Cheneya Ohio, I. Uieoulyconitllurlonal euro on tho mar- - tt"n auj Tho Illinois Central Is to have tho to a tMipoooful. It acts dliwrtly on Mowl Iiud oflir luuroiu urfo is. ol the tyiteui. Thercure. one lot largest locomotive in tho world. It was struck l.y lightningand Mr. Mahony, lNQu It fmlla la n .1..1 .i,n. Omy the best companies rcpresen'ed. and testimonials will bo u 12 wheel freight cylinder of who hail lnurtnceon it. was out next 12. dmilan Im)u!ries solicited. r J i;nr.r.i ."! w.n.v, . 2.'! Inches diameter and ch stroke. s.ld I r Iirucglsts, 7v It. U. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. lUlls rauiliy fills are the test. eight drivers of 57 Inches uiorning to see about the damage, which Near Inca.ter. a tract of prat by dke.r, In one boundary. .av I ant the mother of eight children and FOR The) tlrt tract I within a half mile of with U 00 acre of which Is In Kra have had a great deal of experience with In n .plentlld hoUM.--. und li acre of fre-- li land to go In Contain Hi acres summer my little daugh- statu of cultivation and thIf IllarW pike. i medicines Last On ter had the dysentery in its worst form mill fnim lluliinilie unu i;i in mi .nore-lau- "JSst aero the Crab Orchard pike U I0J u of rive rnim ncn. all to gti In cultivation . Una on It We thought she woti djlic I tried everytract, part of which I. now and gooil tenant Iioum-- , 1cIi- - iiecearv aT of, but nothing seem- outbullulngs. ?)iendiu orcnaru. gooi wru lu ANo thing I cou d think era, the rvmalnder to go In wheat prewell waleriHl. Would fasv. All the Und ed to do her auy good. I saw by an ad and two .litlnr. Terms W. II. WIIIOIIT. fer to lent the land to ono party M"r after in our paier that Chambervertisement Ilustonvlllc.Ky. lain's Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Item-ed- y Sloclc A -was highly recommended and sent nt once It proved to be and got n bottle MO And willing to pay top price In CASH for Ono tnllo Kastof Preacheravllle. Una In one of the very best medicines wo ever LtilCKens, r.gg!i, i eaiiien. unci... gra. the remainder to go had In the house. It saved my liltle Turkevn. Oluseng. Yellow Knot, llee Wax. nrre.fiOlu well watered, and ha gol nnd cultivation Comn'r. all daughter's life. I am anxious for every Illilea uf AIm kind. lw III the Ilra. Iron wiki! huuseand barn. will market for Itiinn. raedl-cin- e mother to know what an excellent See me and get mv price before selling, nnd )t calt. call ut my iieainiunriers. it is. Had I known it ut first It cet Stan In Lancaster a large li.m l'vrrlii A: I'euco'i tllllce. near o eight would have saved me a great deal of fonl. K y It. KOIIl.NM)N can I u.ed with Heine centrally boardliiR-h"Uanxiety and my little daughter much sufadvantage a a Yours truly, Mrs Geo. F llur fering Auviiuu wishing Informationr mayajipl) U , J M OltASU. sale by Craig A dick, Liberty, It. I. For Hocker, Druggists. On the afternoon tf July 23th my house A MOTHER TILLS HOW SHE SAVED LITTLE DACOIITKK'b LIFlt. It Kit Clo-- e and Sulphur Well. to Kate lteawnable. I'lnei Wnter. t GOOD LAND FOR RENT. J. T. SUTTON, Unclurtnlcor, - FARM SALE. f acre., all Un-caste- UustonTilie, Kentucky Offer his service to the pmple ofWVl Ultotd and CaMy eountlr. r ull stock ol CoSnsand hsn.L U.S. Carpenter. Msns.er. clwt-llln- a.-r- Mason Hotel MIIS. U. I). ril.Ml'bON, I'ror.. : 1 V7"JK.3STTEr) Good Rent. Farm For tancaster, iblc. meet all traiua. Kentucky. i'orteri 89 Newly furnlahcd; clean heUj plcndd nrst-cUft- a. Just Like a Mill. .S5 HOUSE FOR RENT. r!n. i e I.aii'-ale- LIGHTNING. ,d;lr Lincoln County National Bank. Capital stock.'lluj.vs". Vnu take your Wheal nnd Corn to Morris I'ml'i lUchangv In Win Haughertv' thoii lu Mauford and get In exrhange Itour and Meal. You can also buy Clour. Men!, rhlp-.tur- f. Ilrn.it. Chicken Feed Ar . rhmHT at my place than any where In town. A ttlal I litilleic my will v la all I a.k a gixHl thing for farmer and I piodgo liberIy cok1 al transaction and full weight. llx lllvtr IMIer oiue from Hudderar MoKlils I'lllH) Mill uud are firt-l- a. Telephone No. 0 4 i JXJvlcCbAY ru alL-JL- - mtik ftfl&tl&Mm Jt UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in There aro four pensioners Revolutionary war on tho rolls, or were a year ago. One Xanoy Jones, of Jones- horn. Tenn.. has slncodled, at tho ago of 90. It is shown that when she was 10 years old and Jones CO. thoy were married. Jones was about 20 years old at tho clo-'- of the Revolutionary and ho married tho young girl in ie.. as It can be his widow as Tho soothing and healing proertie of seen how, In this ease, tho government ".....l.orlnltr. f.OUL'll nt'IIIUClV. HB iuv-was called unon to pay a pension 115 ant tasto and prompt and permanent years after tho close of a war. cures, havo made It n great favorite with Craig the people everywhere. Forsalo by OF A tiOAT AITETITE nu-iuer long-lived. of tho A Tru.t (omioj holler will have has been fettled in full and to my entire SucceortoTherrmerllnk .iim.... Tho 14 and uudcr uiu iiuniKeuienl ears. ously lor TJ fest and ?! Inches .ninn), iinoa. .u iiv J. T. MOKKIS, satisfaction. long. Thu total weight of tno onirino Sauiley, Ky, i., oia nm and with tender 330,will havo tractive force It 000 pounds. pull of M.uw pounus, or-- o or draw-b- ar . per cent raoro than eitner oi uiu iuuu-stwill proi, tuh huslnws relationsplrasint. muluil-I- Tr for tho Great htuettetal ami locomotives built 111UI.CTUIIS Northern. ltn t It welt worth your while to villi It will have H. C. RUPLEY, The Ih 154 Solioits Your Bank Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Kv., V-- ? Account, Receiving his Spring Suuiuier Goods. Give Ciucliiunti on tlic.Qticcn & Crescent Sunday ? excursions from Junttlon ZB-A-XjXj J.J. WlllUms, W'lllUiuirowli, A. W". C.riwnier, W'. 11. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed City 3--Au3- Cliamplou.hlp 2TA3N3SS, SADDLESY, &C. STANFOKD. KY. SYfigAH havib tfcivmi C"i m WT(a Tbo Favorite Linu f Z.OTJISVILUC CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Evening from ion Station, 10th and Broadway. 1'assuuger dc.iring Information and rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, fiuhraaka CalUn- and points in the far Wcel, including ifornia, should address Frank J. Kced, Ocn. Pass. Agt , K. If, liacon, Di. Pass. Agt. W.II. McDoel, Vlce.Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. frAARfcrV EnHterit S: Foreign Iluy-cr- H take his swoethcart driving, ruling 2nd. Loult-vlll- e Louisville colored fair luooclutlon, on $2,000.00 IN rRESHUMS. the National lltuk ofbtautord lu IM4 ahdi.-alSlarlcct that the liveryman bhould have given One faro for thu round tbo young man u team that ho could trip.' Au". Aug. Sttlt nnd Sfltli. flnul limit When .hlpiilng Hutt Sa"o roit reoriranlaed a, lh First National llauk ol Stanford For ull kin I of atock don't fall loeou.lgn our rare pr lU'x- - .ill-lu- g have driven with ono hand, knowing Aug. 2S. which will by of lienetll to ou la I8S2, has had prutUally anunlnlerrupted existthat he was to tuke his sweetheart out Loultvlllo and Jeirersun couuty colored IIOADST1SUS, SADDLEIIS, driving. enc, for 41 years. It la Utter ,uiplled uow will CKNTItAI. CON INllTON bT(K K V Allll CO. One faro round HOGS, CATl'LK; MUI.IS, fair. LouUvlilc Aug. lib. final limit MBAK LYKDA HE HIDE STHO.NU, trip. Sale Aug. 15th uud ICth. JACK STOCK, SIIEKl1, CTC. iadlltle lor trausattlng bualoea promptly and Dire W.luu tuado clear, btyes rvuiovcd uud tho2Ut. beloredn Its loug md houonll, enlly than iter giunulatcd lids or toro eyes of uuy kind l'or further Information call ou nearest Promlums $10. OO to 3110. career. Arooumt ol Indlrldoals, Sducltrlet.llriur VVM. II. TA LOL. A. rH'txllly mid elTectuully curod ny the u.o of Ageut Southern Ky CAKE WALKS, Sutliwrlmid'a I'kIb Kyo fcalve. It's put up O. 1'. A.. Loutivllio, uy. md IndldduaUtollclted. For MULE HACKS, In tubus, and told ou u guarantee. iitaiCTOis. all. ut lVimy' Drue; Store A column In a newspuper contains FANCY TL'KNOl'TS. F. Ueld, Lincoln Co.', disJ. W. Iliyden, Slanford from 10,000 to 15,000 soparato und At a meeting ol the Kentucky Grow- tinct pieces of metul. If you should B. II. BaugUmiu, " HAND. S.T. llarrli, " FINE MILITARY ers' Insurance Co , nt Lexington, Tues- happen to discover a loiter turned T.F. Hill, ' J.8.llotker, day, It was .hown that ti'.O.OOO now BKNI) I'OK ATALOtiUH TO .tnu,n (.- - nut of ulaco. don't consid W. A. Trlbble, W.I'. Walton " business bad been wrltton since Jan. 1. er youi-sol- f say that tho prin smart and H. C. BRIGHT, Secy. J, 11 CollUr.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon tUM) litltlTATlON. ter doesn't unuersianu ui bl'KOlAu UATMVIA fcOUTIinilS haUt i.llle touml dltrcllnn itid;a regular Only thai lnun rft heilth and trial enerj. Shelby county white fulr. Shelby vlllo. :i rents at l'eiiuy't lrug Store Olio faro for the round trip. Aug. A Kansas judgo dooldcd In favor of Side .2nd, iElrd. Sth and for morning truln. tbo voting man, who was, sued by a the 25th. Unal limit Aug. Ctb. for tbo destruction of his veShelby county colored f!r. Shelbyvtllc, hicle, caused by tho horno running Aug. 30th. -- Ut uu.1 Sept. Ut. Ono fare for mid -away, on bis proving that ho told tho tho routid trip. Salo Aug. Mth, l.t. tlnil limit Sept. ho wanted tho teura to morning trains Sept. 1st. liveryman that KAIL-WA-- who; Moiiiarh liould know nd Uver are out of order Allsuih King s New lit Fills, the wonderful lint Sloiuiibiod Llrer llfiuwljr, glr a splendid aJ; !senill!yalluor dybtto THE J. ll Lrnu. IS. II. nhinkt J. I. Cash, iIumiulOB,; Iliuia Call. & Hocker, Druggists. U. II. Ow.ler. lr And many other attractions next Hundar, Auk Irilisuriallon jour tlikelaul lor 20. OITICKUS. S. It. Shanks, President; J.ll.Owsley.tashhr; W. M. llrlht, Asst. Cashier. Central Covington Stock Yards, Covington, Ky,, Aro loomed Mius to onYr Danville Fair, Auust 30, 31, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STASFOUII. KV. Sept. 1. CjvUiI Stock $100,000. Snrplui, J17.CSS SI TbU liutltutlon originally established as the l", po.lt lUnk ol Stanford In MM, then reurtfinUed u menti to the .dipper Siutlmf the Ohio lth-e- r lu eavlng thnu ixtra and time. In addition tutlie to, ill buin there will bo tlal Induev ? the i - up-,,1.- i m 9 HAIR, BALSAM ClftDoM Vtvmuta ftiu UUtifl g tvurv yr "Sl tot Youtnf vyivr. CUTW KV JAf ,dlliat lruiriuwo Marer fait Utuiut fruUu U ul& News. to counumptlou. Ilr. will cure It. and You can go to Denver Sept. give such ttrungth to the luni; that a cough rouud-trlor u cold villi not settlo there, Twenty live 7th at ono faro for the 2. ut 1'cuny's Drug Store. ceutt U the foreruuuor M , D.lituiore, tJlauford, Ikll C, 0 p or plus orncnt. lellabla persons of a met k J S. llocker, I'rwldenl) J, J. MclloUrts'Cashlir, r.xpu.iuuu, wiiukuw iinngainpiomi khouUl wrlle eihense. rr " A. A, McKlontv AulstautCshltr. J Thu l'AT.NXllCOii Baltimore, Md. leal urjoi.ollv.miDd