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V t In Casey counts. lime Miirble was John It. McLean, of tho Knqulrcr.J Tlioro is quite a nice crowd up nt tho w kitkh i:ntt.ktainin3I.y or ins shot nnd klllm) frutn nmnush by an an springs nr.il nil ti'um to ie enjoying llfo. has tho lead for tho democratic noinl-- l ITTONOKTII OAUOI.IXA. kiiltwu umumIn No ttuw ratf ot sUmli ihix iiimI tho nation for governor of Ohio One of tho weaknesses of humanity Is Thu son of Murtln town iiuilinrltlrr hot Uey hate tho Tho Louisville Dltpateh argues itself I monU) look for n lilaco whero thero Wnthlngion diod l Clryitatsvilltf, Cu- - ill mum iiwii-- untiirol for the present, unknown by putting It "O. II. Vnnde- ey In abundance ami wliero hard work soy county, of taall-ro- x by heat ver" In Its ticket. I.vorybody ought Gulen lUnrer uus oien-uinis unknown. Ssmnty-flv- e o( the niraoit family Salurdav and win In n serious condition to know Farmer D. W. Vandeveer. M Slnco I returned from Henderson-vlll- held n reunion In l'tilttt Imt week, fur iiwhllo. but was Impioving Simdiiy. A Jlspatch from Frankfort says that I ! N. C, whero Albert has located, Onrold frlond. .ludtfsj J M. fUrnvU. til KHn LlrltiiMon and Diuerwrteo clover L. & N. ngonts wcro olfcrlng mu I hnvc had a Rrcat many to ink Shnpritie, wu loo III to aOtond. passing tbcro to those who woiild atjclo(1 it Viiry rtiuofcxfiil tncpvlng nlnrnt the country and tho prosivccif for K1 Fttley, wtin us nt Lonki run th rw'dujr nlicHt hi ihn solinol how Uowii on tend the republican blow-ou- t lints lo Suit Bverj body. making money; so I will tull you luurnut now owned by Itthn II Meier, j ih Htittifurd pltfa. That lirnl 16 iitldl-ha- d don today how through the I J what I saw nnd Una--A leadin Confedornto nt Lexington the inUfortuix ui ln.o hi wife IhII tho land of tho skle Impressed uio. t wtk Ho now lire at Mc liii'lliir Tho Hintp IVIe Faetot will shut f.ivh thut the report that trnvoU It wa mv ' Mnrtln Alfirrd wa plrtiek (hi thttl(tiii for thir rMriin Wtnlnvrduy They Amone my limited soldiers would kntfo Goobel Is false lot to travel tho famous French Ilrood liHsxt wtih a metit-- k in tb hands of a ' Im" iiiu null rbtpiwd hihuii lJ.UOO and that they will support him with river I oad. No ono however protlmonl umn tiHtiii-i- l tSniunofi la Ktinx ciHinty liitupi, wnieu bntugnt quite u fUtn of much unanimity. in irnni tmlrulnir can deserlhu tho and iiM.ut) low our town, itii) i.xHMit to Congressman Mann, of Chicago, will mi'tl, Th-- were n vrnnd mounUiln valley nrd rlvor scon ltsr twin IuIik ugalii utniiit Supt I. J. ask tho next Congress for an appropri orv, naturo has In store for him In the A dispaieh from Gruyt tolls of the b. IliiKo, iiiuuugui, will lavu lor it visit ation for tho maintenance of "Confed Ilrnad valley. Tho Southern tloiith of Mls Henllo Maok at the homo to his home at Scottsvtlle soon as tho erate Mound," where over 4,000 South ity. run along tho hanks of this rapid of her mother. Mrs. It. l Gray, nnd factory closes. crn soldiers are burled. mountain river for 75 miles, onslni: H sa)s hers makes tho ninth death !u tho Miss Hello Haldcmnn, of Loulsvlllo, : Messrs. Goebcl und Ulackburn adIs worth the H. It. Uray family five or six times It Is spending a few weeks with Miss dressed un enthusiastic crowd of 3,0L0 within a year. K . V cm m tho irrand scenurv this Alp'no Hat, Hal road II in, Miss Lizzie ut the homo of tho bolting movement, Margnict lluchanan. Dr. W. W. llurglii, a dentist of w trip alTonls who mnrrled Mls Kdmlston, of Gormley was culled to Pittsburg Sat Mt. Sterling, jesterday and surprised After paislnc throiiRh Ashovlllo our Crab Orchard, had n narrow crenpe urday on professional buelncts. Mrs. tho bolters with tho number and en train began to climb tho mountain un- from K)lsonlng. Tho doctor purchased Lauru Moore has returned home nfteru thusiasm. til wo reached llcndcrsonvlllc, which a watermelon from a huckster, and protracted stay with relatives In LouisNobody expects to elect Gov. Drown. Is 1VJ00 feet above tho sen level. Tho when he tasted It ho thought It lasted ville. Mrs. Puullna Hujs Is on a visit Certainly the Loulsvlllo & Nashville Brown II.il, Pearl Hats, Ulnck Hats; In fact almost any hat wanted. g cllmntu Is delightful and the air brao-lu- bitter, and concluded to have a physi- to hor duughlcr, Mrs. Jou McClurc, knows that ho cannot bo elected. He Tho lemperaturo soldom gets cian examine It. Tho physician made before leaving to s'pend the winter In Is not put up for that purpose. Ho Is above 00, whllo down on the coasts It the examination and discovered that Texas Mrs. LSowcn Govcr and cbll put up to beat Goobel by electing Tay 'fit III! loafs around tho 100 mark, the melon was Oiled with strychnine, dren, of near Huston Wile, uro visiting lor. Courier Journal. why so which had, no .ill puzzled mo to know just doubt, been placed by her mother, Mrs. M. A. Singleton. The London Kcntucklan eavs that many people como to tht place, but tho growor to catch melon thieves. Mtstes Joslo and Anna May Stephens J.S.Owsley, Jr., so clearly and elo on learning that tho heat was almost A. U. Hustln sold his Crab Orchard returned to their hnmu In Livingston quently showed up tho "Drown repub If Our Good Give Satisfaction, Tell Other, If Not, Tell Us. unbearable, nnd the Inhabitants of tho stock of gouds to William Ward The Thursday, ufter a very pleasant visit to lican aid society," that when he con lowland and sea coast towns arc com- invoice amounted to about J4,(HJ. Mr friends In Crab Orchard. Misses Fan eluded his telling speech tbcro were pelled to go to tho mountain to get Muslin's time Is so much taken up In nie Cundy and Bthul Baton, of Cincin- crlcsot "keep on," "keep oo," though cool and enjov themselves. telephone business that he thought ho nati, are visiting their relative, Mrs. he was tho lost of tho three sjtcakcrs. Ileilde oelng a summer nnd winter would get out of tho goods business , Alice Newland. Mrs. Dr. Cooper, of Senator Fruzler says that Drown said resort, It Is a considerable shipping In It'M than IS months, with nil the va- Livingston, nnd Miss Lettlc Caldwell, to hi in u few days before tho convenpoint for raisers of enbbage, tipples, ried enterprises on hands, ho has built of London, aru visitors at Mr. Charles tion: "I have this to say of Senator g isono of the best working telephone sys- Kcdd, Jr's. Miss Georgia Lewis, who Goebcl, that what ho tells you you can tomatoes and raoloos, several ears shipped dally Wo hoard of ono tems in tho Slate. Ills company has has been very 111 at A. II Daslln's, was absolutely rely on. If he makes you a cabbtgo pitch of TO.OOO head. This spread out In both mountains and blue able to go homo Monday. MUsCcorgia promise you may go to sleep, but jou enterprise brings a great deal of stand- grass. New lines aro being built, old eamo to attend the Institute, was taken will have tho assurance that ho will ing money Into tho hands of psoplo onus taught &nd overhauled und better 111 und is just now ubla to go home. Shu neither, forget nor neglect It but I In Good Clothing. was greatly mled Institute week. who spend money. service being glvon than over before. cun't say that about some of tho oth Ilesldos tho lee plant making tlx tons Ml. Vernon Signal. ers." HUBBLE. dally, they also have a mattress factory Pulaski Is all right. Sho has only LANCASTER. und two miles from town i a notion ono bolur, W. O. Newell, a S. M. Spoonumoru sold A. J. factory employing 40 bauds. delegate to tho Loulsvlllo & some shouts at Hie Vole for water works. Must be reduced, and therefore we are giving you $13.50. Sl nnd 810 Suits for Tho buslnoss houses aro substantial Thu ladles supper here for thu bene- - Nashville free pars convention and ho Tho lurgest crowd that has been in bnek structures nnd tho cltlwns of tho town for seteral years was here Satur- tit of the Chrlsllun church panned out Is tho saino gentleman that went to enterprising kind who nro looking for day to see Cooper & Co's. Louisville to look after his government railroad 815 14. good things to Improve mo town. So fur us I ha.o heard there will bo londs on the day of the election In lSOtl shows, drink rod lemonado and eat jiop They have telephone conneotlon with corn. but few voles east for llrown, as those instead of voting for Dryan. He will Ashovlllo and other Important point. About S o'clock Saturday evening who did not adiulro Goobel very much no doubt support Dryan until he is nom- See for yourself and tell jour friends. Keuiember these good things nre jjoing and made GOING FAST. A company from St. Louis bus tho tiro alarm was given and on Investi- at first, arc led to think there Is some- inated again, and then Newell will go MANY OTIIEIt SUCH BARGAINS. " arrangements to put In nn electric gation thing good lu thu man, or ho would not oil half cocked again. Progressive It was learned that the Hamilrailway and lights. ton Hotel was on tire Only for the bo 0ioscd so strong by those from Home Journal. The railway extending to the tlat heroic work of tho townsmen Tho Chlcugo platform, like tho Intho whole whence his opposition comes, und roek vicinity, this section, I found building would therefore all aro more in sympathy augural address of Thomas Jefferson, have been destroyed: qulto different from what I expected. probably a whole square with his cause thun ever before, In this was built for all time. We need not Tho houses Instead of being within a repudiate a syllabic or idea ot it, but & was Negro day In Lancatter. community. slono's throw of each other, aro ono Stanford s colored base Jordan Davis, a colored man, living when new and important issues arlso ball team looks as If half to ono mllo apart. It played tho Danville', when about tho In one of Mrs. Bhza Harris' cublns,was wo can tako them into the family and Ivv., Aug. 15, 1899. they tried to see who could build the sixth or suientb Inning was reached, aroused a few nights ago by bis boy make the campaign upon them without handsomest home on tuc uigncsi muuu the teams got to squabbling hallooing. Jordan at onco saw tho apologi7ing for any past fight. Wo loot "und ratain. ghostly appearance of a woman in tho tho lust campaign because wo locked zors Hew In thu Tho Hcndorsonvlllo has four largo hotels howovor quieted air."nobody brawl was room, and felt her cold touch as she the foreign voto up. They did not unand hurt. Then with a cap.wlty for about ...0 guest will ' and prospects for another beforu fall tho vast assembly of blacks udjourncd was disappearing, which put extra derstand the telivcr Issue, but they army until o'clock In tho evening, when warmth and activity lu him, so much understand what a standing You will please find enclosed check for one with accommodations for 250. They they mot again at Odd Fellows Hull so that ho shouldered his bruts uud means. William Jennings Dryan In an hotols with winter will then have of the night away address to Iowa Dcmocrate. where a dnnco and caico walk was spent tho remainder Disc Plow, or in other words, the best plow accommodations for WW. from home, and now resides in Hoylo HUSTOVILLE. .llnn In enforcing tho law glron. corresondent this week to tho county. Ob, that wo had more such have ever seen. Thu and I, of course, walked very straight, I.NTKUIOK Jot'itN'AL begs lenvo ! Our town Is greatly excited over tho to re- women as they arrested a colored preacher small-poscaro in Casey and a general was grazed last year and tract tho statement mado by him In ream plowing clover land Flnlcy Purdoia has gone to London und took him to tho blacksmith shop I was glad gard to Mr. M D. Hughes taking tho to visit his son for a few das. George vaccination has been ordered. und welded a chain to him. is awful hard and dry, but the old Keeloy us stated In last week's usuo of Wood returned from Clay und Jackson A protracted meeting will begin at mowed this year. to got out of sight of tho police; not so this (wiper, but has elneo learned and Friday, having bought 100 cattle and a the Daptlst church next Thursday with an old lady at tho Asbovlllc doot is doing the work for it, and don't you forget it. story will bo corroborated by sev- load of hogs for October delivery. Ho night, to be conducted by Kov. T. H. Standing by a Pullman conductor, who this eral staunch democrats of this place, bajs crops there aro good, us they havo Coleman, of Georgetown. told her husband to go and tlnd her Tho rain here Sunday week was t".io Mr Hughes attended tho bolters' not suffered any fur rain. We uro glad would not be without one for anything in the bounds by "grip:" sho ald sho would ntnnd al- that convention at Lexington, and bo lug to note that J. J. Walker has returned hardest khovvn for 18 ears. It washed remarking that sho this Hllccinun, reason. plneed In nomination for n Statu otllee, from tho springs much improved. Sum away all tho wutcr gatCH on tho farms ways felt safe when cloto to a was beaten by a pink faced monkey. Wulter, Okluboum, has been visiting and completely devastated .1. W. Al success, Disc Plow "Wi&hing you and the Thu distinguished gentleman has since his brother, Henry Walter, heru for u len's cornfield, near the town creek. We got down from tho land of tho Wednesday night proved to bo an been afraid to return homo. Como few days. skies much wulckor than wo went uj T. L. Yours truly, Ideul ono for a liny ride. Tho Trundlo am, T.V) back, Mr. Hughes, take up tho causoof Danvlllo Fair, AugiutSOth, :11st and Dcd Club took udvtntago of it and tho tho descent on tho Bast side being democracy and walk In tho congregaSept. 1st. Low rates from all points following enjoyed it to tho fullest ox- feet In threo miles. tion of tho righteous. I thought of our friend, B. W. Smith, between Georgetown and Somerset. tent: Misses Nello Adams, Prill New-burwho helped build tho road and how ho Arrangements aro now being carried Greatest Fair ever hold by tho Dun Maybollo Drye, Helen Docker, tried to tell us of tho beautiful scenery, out to hold at Oakley Park, Cincinnati, vlllo Association Is promised this year, Maybollo and Virginia Tuylor, Louise military Culberteou, Rdna and Dot Camnlu, Maothers fell far short of doing from Sopt. "JOih to Oct. Tth the $J,000 In premiums. Flue but llko iho subject justice. Tho best thing to Agr cultural Inhibition band In attendance, big balloon ascen- ry Carpenter, Clura Horton, of Covingdo Is to go down and see for joursclf; und Harvest Festival, which will In- sion. Great display of llvo stock. Plen- ton, and Lucille Cooper, ot Stanford seo the Southland and enjoy Southern clude, In addition to tho ordinary Im- ty of Innocent amusements. Deduced Messrs. Hawkins and Roland Dlsbop, I UI hospitality and eco what kind of peoplo position and Full- - feature, a National rato tlckots on sale for this occasion, Howard Cumnltz, Vul Morse, Jess I jLaUEXsSaflKavffciV V (sWAsUsJsLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH wholefOiil Southerners aro. Horso Show', from Oct. 2nd to 5lh in- good until Sept. -- d, to return. Ask and A. D. C Dinwiddle, and Albert expects to do well In tho ieo clusive for whloh many of tho best your ticket agent tor full particulars. 'several others" of tho joungcr ot business as nearly ovoryono keeps Show Horses In tho UnlUtd States and Rev J. M. Yingliug, pastor of tho lied- - Mr. ui'd Mrs. J, II. Held acted usobapboarders und jou know when a follow Canada havo already bcou entered. King In the now " Rbg out tho old l7 foul Street Methodist church at Cumber, crones and that is sufficient to say that MilM iKMirder, whether ho over had ieo Ua be- Tho Kentucky Gaxetto, Grati1 paper luud, Md, saji: "It nilords me much 'Mr. Julo" kept thorn within bounds. or nut. ho'll make tho proprietor Mrs. H. C. Daughmun, who has been Ws recummoiul Chamberlain's We brln'f t0 yu the new and tru8 inm th i Hove ho can't do without Ieo nnd Ieo ho at Lexington, was burned out by a tiro pleasure to 111, wearo glad to announco, Is sMTOfclKiaWva SS$5p plncy forests of Norway caused by tho explosion of u gasollno Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy. I qu'te W.& ours, must havo. stove next door. In trying to savo his havouocd it and know others who have much better. Her sister, Miss Nottlo books Bdltor Grata was badly burned done so. I havo never known It to fail. Wray, of Stanford, has been with her matrimoniaITmatters. It Is a sure cure when taken in time.' during her illness. Miss Kmma Funk, on tho urms and hands. of Cedar Ulll, Tcnn., U tho guest of Manne, 2'J, and Miss Mattlo For sale by Craig A Docker, Druggists. It. L. Miss Dculah VanArsdalo Mrs. Adella TiiArTiiiiouniMi im:.viiaciiu bo married at Granltogers, 'li, will VVouM iiuUkly UsTe )ou, If yon lunl Dr. Kill's In Morgan county two merchants, Woods is recuperating at Crab Orchard ville Rogers' tomorrow. hrw Urs llllt. lliiiuwii.Uof nclVitr. hat piov-e- l so much alike they Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by their lualtlitrfts imrll for BaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH SsBaS llobert Hayi, Jr., of Danville, and HhuUcIim. lliry nuts I'Ura Hrk and Kvriou. Caudle Ilios., aro distinguished apart. Spring. Mrs. J. G. Weuthorford and bluo.1 mil tlruug science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive can hardly bo children, of MUldale, aru guests of of Loulsvlllo, douf unvrisuil bullil uiiuur iienltli to take, Luolla Holdman, Try t brni Only ii iviita Musry luck If but Thoy married twin sisters. Now euch Miss Dottle V. Logan. Cure (or coughs, colds and all Inflamsl surfaces Miss Mattlo mutes, woro murrled at Jollersonvlllo. lurcl, bulJ oy IVuuy, PruUt. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. who resemble each Alcorn, who has been attending school . has twin chtldron Lungs aro exhilaTho sore, weary cough-worMr. LUzlo Whltlock, who traveled other so much that tho futilities have In Chicago, Is homo for a short vaca. mucus Is cut out j tho Onuccountof thoG. A. It. Notional rated t the microbe-bearin-g with a circus for years, Is dead at ereut difficulty keeping their babies tlon. Mrs, J. T. Orchard and daughters, cause of that Uclcling is removed, and thelnfUraed Kucampmont, tho C. & O. will sell tickMich. Sho weighed 050 from getting mixed. after a pleasant visit with her sister, good till Coldwatur, membranes are healed and soothed so that thert Sept. ets to Philadelphia, pounds, was 0 feet tall and tho specialMrs. J. J. Allen bavo returned to their Is no inclination to cough. Sent. HO. at 814.30. Wrlto G. W. Bar- ArlllOlllKULBLUNUKR, was so largo It had to bo homo in Washington, D. C. J. C. Dal-la- y SOLO BY ALLQOOD DRUQQI3TS nnv. n. P. A.. Lexington, for further ly mado casket horribla Hum. &IJ. Cut or win and Homer Wray, of Stanford, hauled to tho cemetery In a baggage llrulw. Artn iiiiui Arnica baits, lha BottlaaOnly. 26.,6Ofl.aM$1.0OQIia la lbs llucklru'a particulars. wurM, will kill the falu and jiroiui'tly heal II. spent Sunday with relatives hero. Miss wagon. C SURE YOU GET MS Cures Old Sorta, Wxrborw, Ulwa, Hulls, rrloot, I AM SMI VCAMQLOt . Uru, all bklu I.ruUou. Iksl Ills cure uu rartb. Nello Adams has boen on tho sick list Squab nolln was taken from the Duly !U U. a bot Curs Kuarautwd, buld by for a few days. I HsMsW BaH at mtttm anfck and Mrmawnt illl SW. Won, it Ono boy was instantly killed and an- IVuuy, PrugKut. lynched for robbery Itmskss " at Fulton and hltTtpaiirslJajcoafhauMlroLla. m other mortally wounded la Colorado by und rnuider. Ilonry Stewart, impu Tom Jones, an L. & N. brakeman, I Mius. Sixty lives were lost during tho a man whoso melon patch they wero catod with Uolln in tho robberies, was SAUE was run over and killed ut LaGiauge. on tho North Carolina coust. raiding. woom ago, three r o, , I HA 1 C HATS HATS T $ $ Linen Hats, 1 Straw Hats, innilv y fl.-r- f 1 I Wool Hats, Cotton Hats, Fur Hats, Soft Hats, ! Itlcli-mon- ft I Stetson Hetts 1 H. J. M'ROBERTS. A Warm -- Feature - bo-lo- Slaughtering PriceS OUR ENTIRE STOCK S7.50 I Co., ay J. L. Frohman THB GLOBE, 'Phone 136, Danville. IIustoxville, Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, Grnts: Tiger to that I f(,i. I that It Tiger I of .tiger I great CARPENTER. n, -r iaRsfyEfel WmibBntl JHIf1! "?""!' FOR KjEeMII DR. BELL'S e-Tar-Honey Iff n 1- -1, ' ll ... FsH m bur-rlcun- ljnchcd at Fulton AT PENNY'S DRUCTORE. . -- in a ian lams' i a A- - u..i.M. sjaauMMi ii,iiA'j.ii( sM i. . ... wtAfa- -. . ,. j. -- . Hon. Jns. nn JOURNAL D. Black, of Uarbourvlllo. said to bad THE INTERIOR iNTEKtou Journal reporter: "I tho greatest admiration for Gov. Brown and was grieved to seo him throw himStanford. Ky.. Auo. 22. 1899 self away politically Ills candldncy will not hurt Senator Goebel, butmako democrats moro determined to elect our WALTON. W. P. nominees. I novcr felt as muoh Interest In a ticket as I do for the ono nominated at LouIstIIIo. I was a Hardin DEMOCRATIC delcgnto and watched Goebel nnd his managers, and can nay that they were - TICKET. W1I.MAM (iOEltF.L. I ot lieutenant I lovno'. J.C.W. HKCKHAM. For A Home For (tottrnor, J tlenersl, K J. llKECKl.NKIWiE. COULTER. For AuJllor, TrMMirer, (irS( S. W. HAOr.Il. For Secretary of Sute, C. "KECK HILL. For Superintendent of IMMIe Initruetlon. HAIIUY 3ICCHKSXRT. For Conuulnloner of ApleuHure, 10111. NAI.L. For lUllroad Oonimlleoer. C ft M'CHORI)For - Kprrntatlrf, 31. F NORTH. raan and procured tho publication In the Times of an artlclo suggesting him (Brown) as the most available man to that the convenunlock the dead-lotion was apparently In and attempting to stompedo tho delegates to him. This emphatic and undenlablo statement was a deadener to tho Brown followers and was enthuslastlcly received by the democrats, as It left no doubt that John Young Brown and every other man named was anxious to get tho nomination clven Senator Goebel. It showed In his truo light ud tho and took the feathers out of tho wings uoon which ho has tried to fly so grand iloquently. Senator Goebel also showed Brown's Inconsistency in now opposing thn Election law. when ho made soceches for Judge Hobson, whose dec lion alone saved the bill In the court of appeals. Tho rest of the Senator's aiionnh wa iJodl' tho usual lines of support of that bill, tho McChord bill and Chlnn School Book bill. Closing h annealed to tho democrats to elect J. Morgan Chlnn to tho Legislature so that ho could vote for Blackburn, for said he, "I do not want to bo governor unless It carries with it the privilege of signing his commission as U. S. Sen' ck TltE crowd that greeted Senators Goobol and Blackburn at HarrodsburR Saturday Is variously estimated at from There had been no arti1.50O to 3,000. attempt w draw a crowd and tho ficial size of It was very gratifying to tho speakers and to all democrats. Mercer had been regarded ns a veritable hot bed of bolters, but It was found that L. & JJ. ugents had greatly overdrawn the state of affairs. Tho fact Is Mercer countv Is In pretty good shape. and will likely glvo tho democratic ticket tho usual majority. Senator UoctJCi waacci riirht intn tho L. & N. convention at Lexlncton and tho head of its ticket, who now poses as such an Immaculate priest In politics. He assencd that this same John Young Brown on tho day that ho was nominated sent Senator C. C. McChord, democratic nomlneo for rallrniul commissioner, to Mr. Haldc- - i Senator Blackburn also paid his re spects to Brown and showed that he was accustomed to bolting, beginning that detestible business In lfcGO, when he made a canvass of tho State for tho Illinois boltor, Stephen A. Douglas, lie could count on one hand tho number of speeches Brown bad made in any canvass for anybody except when ho was himself a candidate. Wat Hardin's nomination for governor four years ago was unlmpeached. Did anybody hear of Brown making any speeches for him? As usual Senator. Blackburn raado a telling speech, which was loudly and longly cheered. At its conclusion, Judge Brcckln-rldg- o responded to calls, and spoke hrlelly, urging In an eloquent manner that democrats ask not who carries tho flag, which was being carried by tho worthiest of bands, but where is democracy's flag and follow It like the true men he know most of his hearers to bo. Mercer county democrats are greatly enthused and gratified over tho result of the meeting and those who went from hero and tho adjacent counties camo homo with a feeling of conlldence that, though fought by foes without and foes within, all hades will not prevail ugalnst our Incomparable ticket. ator." told Lawyer Peako and Dr. that he would make speeches for Goebel, but says at tho tlmo he was grioving so much over tho wickedness of tbo world in general and tho Louisville convention In particular, or words to that effect, that ho hardly knew what ho was doing. Poor old man. Tho bold upon him and pains of hell-ga- t like a behemoth, bo sweat great dropt of blood as bo began to eo that his cake was dough uud that with Goebel gov ernor und Blackburn Senator, his chances to gratify bis gnawing desire fur otilco would go gllmmorlng. Alas and alack that the itch for olllco should Ma, Ilussoll B. Harrison. Inspector make men make such 'tarnation' fool General, Is critically 111 of yellow fever Tbo insurrection n Venezuela Is said to bavo been quelled after a battle lastof themselves. at Santiago, He is a son of tbo ing 18 hours, In which tho rebels lost Till: L. & N, Dispatch announces a 800 killed and wounded und tbo GovThe L. it N. has adopted tho Flem- ernment 300. reduction of Its price to ono cent. It Tbo steamboat war has put tbo fare couldn't bo given to democrats who ing patent mall catcher on their syswouldn't use It for an unmentionable tem. This device not only picks up from Loulsvillo to Cincinnati at 25c for tho mall bag, but also delivers it. tbo round trip. service, if they could do any better. that ho John Younq Brown acknowledges BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, TKUn DEMOCKACV. Negroes wure killed and four Two Tho democratic platform on which Senator Goobol standi, favors tho Mc- Injured In a fight over a crap pamo Chord bill. Tho republican platform, near lttuiollvlllo. In Grayson cornty Dan McGrew was on which Mr. Taylor stands, oppose platform of tho dlgruntlcd shot and killed by Gcorgo Clark a tho It Tho Brown stands outcome of an old grudge. faction, on which Tho flrrt national encampment of docs not expressly either favor or opwar voluntcors will IU vitally affects Spanish-Americpose Slnco this bill tho material Interests of tho Hjoplo of bo held nt Washington Sept. 8 and 0. The strcot car strikers nl Chattanoo Kentucky, it would bo well for them to Every day n bargain day nt object, as ga are preparing for u long light. A understand Its nature and lino of wagons will bo run tnopiwsltlon ! woll n tho reason why tho Legislature guilty of nothing that their opponents may lawfully o.xerclso tho power to eu to the cars. Eight hundred tons of provisions and would not havo dono. Gocbel's was net It. Tho bill elves to tho railroad The extremely low price quoted on Summer Goods Is to make a olenn sweep and eminently tho respcctablo following coramlsston tho power to determine other supplies for tho hurricane suffer not o entry over a single dollnr's worth. crs In Porto Itloo left Philadelphia for gen I and they behnved themselves like wether railroads chargo excessive rates tlcmcn. Tho benator is a grcatman ami f commodities. San Juan t.ln.,K,Pt.,t An Arlington, O , judge, who Is also lam golngtomakospecchcsforhlnvind and to restrain them from making such " for fighting. Guarantees tlist nothing Is shelf worn Ihrgiho In quality a we II ns prh en Al tbo excellent ticket as soon as I rot up chargos. Clearly this is In tho Inter- mayor, flr.od himself our counters nru bargains countrm none being mure i llmu another He Imposed tho camo lino on tho fellow from a long and laborious term of est of the people. Thoy should not bo ho fought with. Is all right for tho court. Our section subjected to excessive burdens In proSeven men wero killed and thrco fa- tfa II regular ticket, Tho toilers aro L. it viding for themselves those necessities tally Injured by tho explosion of a loX. attorneys and thulr friends, losiay-toiHgCkc- es. which boloug to mankind In a social of thu vicmost worthy comotive in Mexico. Five The bolters woro evidently afraid to and civilized state. Tho and political tims were Americans. show their band at Lexington. There efforts of philanthropists In a fight botween mooushlnors nnd Head oery Item was no roll call and no way for tho on- economists tho past 100 years, havo a sheriff's posso at Lako Butler, Fl 3d Ladles' French Woven ttrctn, 21 to 2, 40a, former pricei tl. vital point of been directed to tho lookers to tell whether all tho two of tbo Anything In Lidlea' Short Waist Corsets 48 f.umor prirci 76c - the sheriff was killed and delegates were from ono county or cheapening tho cost of living. If pco- moonshiners woro wounded. plo habitually pay more for what they whether tbo 10 counties reported to bo As thu result of a quarrel Clifton represented wero by person, proxy, or consumo than tho thing consumed Is Vance, aged 11 years, fracturod the as tbo Hon. Phllpot would say " they worth, there Is a gradual wasto of sub- skull of Harry Balloy, a playmate, For cheap Percales, WimNorand Sa Mind brands, 5c, former prices 12jc. jess rlt a rotter." No onobolloves that stance. It Is equally clear that no per- with a baseball bat at Lexington. Jim received a full lino Garniture Skirting all shndosonly Wc. formor prices 11.35 half tho counties wero represented. A son, natural or artificial, has a moral Kid McCoy, tho champion middleA few summer dress Skirts loft in l.u k nnd light linen and duek, to oltse. OCc, majority of the crowd camo from Louis- right to chnrgo to tho consumer or pro- weight of tho world, was knocked out price for tho commodiformer prices II ville, taken thither free of transporta- ducer a grcutci In ono minute nt Chicago by Jack Mc- Solid I'lnue In Minis Eye and IWf.ml slrlpo only 10c, former priro 15o tion, with free lunch and freo whisky ty than It is worth. If ho should do so, Cormlck, practically an unknown box 100 Striped Cotton Psnts, worth Mo, clcsnlng out price 3.1c A few Unci) Suit for ho gets something for nothing. Ho Is er. thronn In. John Whallcn paid for men $1.00 to clone 100 lne l'suta 10c to clow over 300 meals at tho Phoenix. Did guilty of moral theft or robbery. In A New York paper revives tbo remoney himself or did morals It is moro despicable than win- port that a plan for tho consolidation John put up the tho L & N. furnish It? The answer Is ning money by gaming, bccauo tho of tho L. & N. and Southern rallroilds obvious and tbo moro tho ways and former may be dono within tho forms Is woll under way. If this bo so tho Me Va Plow Shoes 8 c Men"6 Illcsched Drill Drawers, tihbed anklet worth 50c, to doings of tho pow wow are studied tho of human law and the latter Is done competing line to Jclllco from Burgln go this week for 25c of human law; and It will not bo built. moro disgusting they become to honest outsldo the forms In I'arls men and true democrats. It was tho has always been the contention of the Anarchists got on a tear worst fraud ever attempted to bo per- democratic party that legalized rob- Sunday In rcsponso to Inflammatory forms of law, bery, robbery under tho petrated on a senslblo people. appeals and began marching tho streets, such as Is committed under a protcctlvo smashing windows of churches, deA DELEGATE to tho christian con tariff, is moro despicable thau tbo act A crssh In cruh hits. Anything In Men's or Hoys Crli Linen H!s only 10c. stroying altars and Images and other t, vcntlon at Shelbyvlllo, where Dr. of the highwayman or gambler because contents of tho churches, In tho meanJuit received an elegant and nobby lino of I.vliei' walking list, cycle snd golf of tho Baptist church, made him- it adds cowardice to turpitude. The time fighting with tho police seriously shaes 75c. self so conspicuous In abusing Mr. Goe- ordinary gambler and robber tako tho wounding several of them. The dis (holcc this week nl Lvlics' trimmed lints 0.1c bel, tolls us that It was a republican risk of detection and punishment ond orders wero repeated at night, sovoral campaign trick. Elder John Sweeney, may exhibit amid general Immorality a more churches, being desecrated and republican nomlneo for auditor, and degreo of manly courago. But no wno tovcral cafes destroyed. Elder George Darsle, a life long repub- takes something without returning an And get prlcei. Wo ctn nave you 25 r cent. Our Shoe and Clothing itock ! fu'l lican, had procured tbclr own appoint- equivalent because he Is not restrained LAND AND STOCK. of choice bargains. ment on tbo temperance committee aud by a penal code, Is neither honest nor An utirspsro Is full we cannot give prieei. we invite you t. c jnie and see for your-s)Tho Glagow News reports sales of they wrote the resolutions. Kerfoot courageous. Now tho democratic par10 mules at $100 average bad been brought there for the purpose ty, through tho McChord bill, simply A car load of Indiana Polled Angus and In response to calls made tho speeih proposes to prevent by law. the railcattle sold at Chicago at 0c. that he was expected to make. Ho was roads from making oxccsslvo charges E. P. Woods bought of George Luns-for- d neither a member of the body or of tho against the people: that Is, from taking The Cheapest Houo In Town a bunch of shoats at 31c. wholo something for nothing, from reaping church he addressed and tho Ten thoroughbred South Down buck s. thing flavors of .worso than ward poil-tic- whero thoy havo not sown. It Is not In & CO., A. lsmbs for sale. E. P. Woods. lr tended to destroy, to cripple or to W. S. Ueazley .fcBro.boughtof Glbbs ItANKY, Manager. T.D. railroads in their great and bene MR. Watterson told a New York Bros. In Garrard io export cattle at 5:. flclal work, but only to, keep them by Mrancb stores at Ellxabethtown, Etkton, Owenstnro, She bvvllte, Versatile, Ilardsj growing crops of tobacas certain of A number of interviewer that ho was just laws, as even the best of natural Gocbel's election as any thing In na- persons must bo kept, within salutary co In Bath couuty havo been sold for" town, Hopklnsvltle, Msdliunville, Moranflvld, Georgetown Ky , ClarLavllIe, Tetin. ture, that there Is no diversion In the limits. To do this, works no wrong to cents all round. OOO'OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Stato whatever of tho regular demo- railroads. The old maxim Is that right Tho Loulsvillo Driving & Fulr Assoo O cratic vote, which would bo Increased wrongs nobody. That public institu-tlo- n ciation announces that It will glvo o O Young Brown In purses at the meeting beginning by tho L. it o o which cannot subsist without opo o nomination. Tho great editor also said pressive exuetions from tbo people wbo Sept. 2j. o n movement J. H. Baughman Is paying Oic for o that there Is no maintain It, should cease business. It wheal and $1.00 for corn Hohasmany o o in Kentucky and that bo is seriously corrupts Itself und ruins Its constitueno o thinking of discounting Mr. Bryan's H much crops of wheat stored In bis elevator o cy by ono and the same act. o for furraers who think the prlco wll peculiar views with respect to silver o o concerns tho people that railroads FOJ! In proclaimand going in with Croker o excesslvo frolght rise. o Bhould not make Investigations made officially in Illiing him tho greatest of living Ameri charges. There may be but few shipo o o cans. Bravo, Mr. Watterson, you aro pers, but those wbo consumo tho artl-o- ln nois show that a pound Includes -,- 185,o o 1,421,000 of timo the bully boy with tho glass eye. Whon the le 000 seeds of blue grass, thinned are leclon. o o 122,000 of Oils, for trans- othy. 803,000 of white clover, D o A MAN who Is alleged to have known gion purchase, tho charges red clover and 213,000 of ulfalfa. paid. o o Lincoln well ought to havo assimilat portation are added to tho prico The Paris Kentucklan says thul L. o farmer o ed moro senso than V. S. Carter, of The merchant who sells to tho Joseph bought several lots of cuttle o profit. c Spencer county, Ind., seems to have jiust have cash, carrlago and aggregating 317 last week at 11 to 6c, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOO How docs It occur that tho Legisla dono. Ho Is 75 and although bo had the latter prlco for 10S crushed corn married four times, ho proposed ture has tho power to prevent excessive fed cattlo to go Oct. 1 and average l,fiC0 been ono may and was married to a widow at Evans-vlll- o charges? This Is a question says to himself, any pounds. In five minutes after be met her naturally put. He M J. Farrls sold Friday to Simon and recelvo for for the first time. There Is no fool like private person may ask Whell, agent, 235 export cuttlo for Octho old fool and although this one is his commodity just what ho pleases tober und November delivery, ut five lawfully said to bo wealthy, It is a dead sure and tho Legislature can not uro exrail- cents per pound. Theso cattle Oiler literal premiums on nil rings snap that be will get rid of his money prevent hlrr; nnd why may not a pected to weigh ubout 1,450 pounds at road do tho like ? Tho answer Is plain shipment. Mr. Farrls has 200 raoro now much faster than ho made it. and Is grounded In tho difference bo. good ones to bo ready later. The Covington Dally Times, a sovon tween tho measure of rights enjoyed by Gay Bros havo sold to J. T. Crenpage folio, which supports tbo demo- the private citizen and a corporation shaw, of Lexington, their premium cratic! ticket and preaches democracy, enjoying public privileges. Such u cor- saddlo mare, Juno Carter, . has arisen slnco tho Commonwealth poration Is a public Institution. In Its by Highland Denmark, for $1,000. wcnt down and bids fair to becomo a creation It Is given some powers which Ball Bros, sold to S. J. Look, of Louispower. 1. C. Nicholson Is editor and ordinarily belong to tho sovereign or ville, tho unbeaten ld saddle proprietor. tho Stato. Among these powers Is tho gelding, Searchlight, for $1,250, and appropriate any right to condemn The statement Is raado that tbo Lex- citizen's property for Its own uso CCPUMENTAIIY. ington republicans will not fuse with against tho will of that owner. It Is tho bolters in tho local races for city permitted by tho Stuto to uo tnis oniy r Tho "secret dossier" Is suld to be too In fact you can havo more runl fun for lets money than any fair In the Stale, Don't and county offices. Of course not. Tho upon tho theory that It is primarily to filthy to print. In this It Is very Mica tulss it Write thu Secretary for a premium lint. Gocbel's attack on Sanford, or Richardbolters cun't help anybody but Taylor exercise all Its powers lor tno uso, oca- A. E. Al.imiOHT, toy., J. T1HM. CIIEKKY. Trea.,, E. E I'KOTIIKHOB, I'ie. son's editorials In tho Glasgow Times. and thoy can't do him much good. ellt and advantage of tbo people and In Loulsvillo Post. no single lnstanco against their inter- . Cait. Stone predicts the election est. This is 1110 comruuk I....... ..A.. .Un Thauks, old raorphodlte. Evury crituuiwcuu wu Of Tuylor for governor. The wish Is peoplo and tho railroads. Tho people icism of us In scoundrelly and lying evidently father to the prediction. through their Legislature, say to tho publications such us thu Loulsvillo Tho captain's estimation of democrats promoters of a railroad, wo will glvo Post Is worth Its weight in subscribers. is docllnlng almost as fust as theirs of your company many of tho sovereign Hit us again, old spawn of boll. Glastilery In Central Kentucky, bnvliig been reThis is now the mot up gow Times. him. powers which wo alone possess; among cently equipped with the marvelous Auastlgiuat Icnacs; tho iiuW dftcovery in optical condemn any Indiscience I wish to my to llio Ladies that The Henderson Dally Gleaner is do them tho right tofor your own use if viduals property ing a noble work for democracy. It is Tho OOth Session of railroad first for published In John Young Brown's you will operate your peoplo and sec of tho , Just received a lnr?e stock of tbo very home, but It tukes no stock In John tho advantago ond, If aught remains for tbo advau- - lillUUMODUMJ fDl'U Young Brown. tage of your stockholders, 'l ho promo-ter- s r) accept this proposition, tho conLet's seo. Throe days havo claps, OPENS SEPT. 6.1809. ed and John Young Br.owo has not re- tract Is inado aud reduced to writing in V3th bullUlugtf und grounds greatly .ImPatterns never sold In this locality boforo havo to bo seen to ho unnroclain.) Knit. plied to tho charges of Senator Goobol, the form of a charter, Tho rallroud proved, course nt study revUcd und inten- ablo for framing from the Hlmple.t photograph to the mo.t elaborate paintings. publlo Institution, with ded, u Urge, competent aud rillglau (uo Among the lot is tho New French which convict him of basest duplicity. thus becarao a " mouldings specially for suitable dulicato pictures, Embroidered Mats, Fiencli Water Colors, and all picture that re. rluhts. powers uud privileges different ulty, tljl of tbo from those of an Individual, und being Well -- Known frame. It Is stated tbo Female College quiro a dainty money. When In Danville, call and hoc us ami get our prices. Wo will Have you Brown committees will bo InLcxlng- -, such It is amenable to publlo law to 121 Third Street OjukmIio Foil Olllco, Danville, Ky. ton. Thoy ought to bo in tho Bucking- hold It to tho terms of Us coutiact. Raters upou Its Jubilee jeur under thu iuot tlutterlng clrcumsUiices. Tliu verdict of ham theatre at Louisville. and no othor Is tho McChord bill. tlioo wliohuvo kuown the college from IU This Enthusiastic GoiiEt.rrn. -- Grand Openma ! 365 Days in the Year. THE LOUISVILLE STORE an ..., OUR QUICK SALE SYSTEM run 1 YOUR CHANCE ! Ladies Oxfords at Only 49 Cents. Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts Look at Our Line of MEN'S Kcr-foo- SHIRTS. The Louisville Store. URBANSKY im-pu- Proprietors. $10,-00- 0 N.-Jo- GO TO anti-Brya- M'oberts, fye Druggist, &c, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and At The Lowest Cash Prices. AUGUST 23, The BRODHEAD FAIR 24 AND 25. ld, lour-ycar-o- AND PACING RACES BACH DAY. CAKE WALK Baby Show, Worst Turnout and Mule races are some 01 the many features for 1st day. TROTTING, RUNNING .... b THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KT. THESE LENSES FLATTER. latest Designs "Fleur-De-Lls- JVJouldigs. head-quarte- beclniilnp Is tliut It was never so well equipped In ull respects us ut pruseut. Cypress Shinglen Iron Pence. We Invito tht Uctt Critical Investigation Of ull our claims, believing tliut )ou will decide that your daughter will not oulr bo carefully and thoroughly truluud In nil things but win iuo uo sai t. in our school. Wrlto for catalogue to ItEV. O. O. FlSHEIt. A. JI.. 41 illllersburg, Ky A.C.S1NE, Metal Roofing. STANFORD, Ky.:. J" i Mill Work. J vkMJ.u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL- 1Stanford, Kv., E. Ml!. J. If. Il.VfniIJ.tlV Wnnl this morning. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. In T ATTENTION the Nat Lafon farm If callml In thn In Tit- -r ........... iln nt Morcer to occur ed and ... - Auo. 32, 1899 0. Walton, Business Manah:. plonnnd McShorry grain drills best SOIia Watuk, Iro cold, pure nnd Kmimiii: wnoat drills, best mndo, mo.t rofrcs.ilnjtnt Penny's Drug Store. nt on tho market. W. A. Carson. Hciuloy fi Cartor's, on nil fnmi Tun best mutorlaiii combined with Stuiiiili: Plow Vulcan and euro, sklllnnd accuracy Insuro roo1 i1,n,V I!! ,",wn "rtllwolll.r-wfril.l""""lo. "nil.. l.rT.i,,,!'. uZ l!jf" Tiik TwIco-n-WcmwlMii frams houiw, Intbuioh Jouh-NA- oiuos- - imperial steel Usam plows nt SOMUIISKT. tlMncRi.?.?. K""",,,'r t"o llil. (arm tbtrn li results. No other methods aro ovor llnerr.rroiillilI,nij, ,urh ,', UrarlVimnS? n.h5 :".""'. '""ll'n.l Tho hii.lnn. mannger Ar. Is only I a year cash. Itemombor IJ. IC. Wcnren & Son's. i, used In our prescription work. Penny' j riirrasnihmi wVllVl wrr,nl'' nog. Ac, ,l?nrl7 Tn bail tho pleasure of mingling with . that. lwk Drugstore. in7mlPiiXf!iiIY'n,.,,'n.r "''''P'' PT".A. Thiroli tho '" ftujrllrsiiil ordnemci . ... nd nlllnc ilwl i ..i... In Htiintrvxr nun, r..i.. i orKoo(i people of Somerset yestorday, ?":,"! of Ihla ilnlril.lt. t.t,.. i. - ..... V....W...... r..t... nvu uusnois m oi?.i Kent." iv "iz ;.'r,Vr..,JL;o:1!.n;jh'" k Paiim of IK) uores or sulo privately. chicken feed ?j:f pi, croenngs for only 81 nt w'"-- county court drew only a fair i Jinw tiTm ilu il "HI im pehsohaT and societyTossip. i. PoiAccslon glvon to suit purchaser. J. f.rill,n on I',""' 'C"lng Iron, J II. Daucrhman k Go's, mill, Stun 8IZCU crowil. Juden It .1. ll.-i- ,l Ti? Tli' '? ,".I,U,"rl "'"'T!.ono ill ik..?i. M nuh, Imlmrt) In k. ridge spoko to an unthiilmn0 n ,. Mils. M. D. K1..M0KK la visiting rel- C. McClury, Kxr. ford. "'""IliaU. "SulAZi Hml annmllr, a I Irtl.nrT lo largo nudlcnco und mado votet for him- - retalunUcilwl lo or i.rlnrli f U d.rVaner L VJ? "' rahle""t WIro In ray lien r In" atives at Campbellsvlllo. tallnient . I Interwl at Tub Hiistonvlllo fair cleared 1 per Tub Vorandu Hotel is balng turned nnlf Ami tlm ii.k tt n.( .. .. . Hisv. It. H. Mahonv non several cent. This th. I...1 triirq mo., money ., WlW"5 onico had W In stock nnd out uihw tho street uln" l "lWrtE VflffSl, .......... Proprietor Jiio 1,0,ll,cfllJr XVlZZ, days nt Llnnlotta Spring. r'Bht and . T It n good democrat fVklMtll.fa ftn.H ... this morning received u check from J. Colfey has had the fence taken nwuy n. '"-'"- . Kv. Z. "im"r: !" 1.0 , laOuliTllle, Kr . A vf.i inhtrslor Z ih. ' MllH. O. W. DkMMI, of Louisville, Is H. nnu ciovor irentlcmnn. Mr n r uiMUfr Hooker, treasurer, for 801.25." :'" nnu win put a concrete pavement from with MIi Llmilo Davison. Smith, thinks tho republican majority l.al.n nuchas moner fo, , 7' Aly."V."Ji1 "' tho bdlldlnj to tho pavement. will bo considerably decreased MRS. Wm. I'ii:u)3, of Fayette, I COOInu'R circus gavo a good show rt this fall. with Mm. S. W. Given. hero Prldny, which was well uttended. Tin: special to tho London republican Tho old town Is growing right along I MllH. M.UITIIA McAI.IHTKIt with Not a slnglo disturbance occurred dur- blow-o- ut this morning. U. D. Thotnn- - and South Somerset nnd Somerect her son, Mr. .1. II. McAllstor. ing tho day, oven with so many people son, conductor, had eight coaches and proper aro now nearly" one city. Mr. e YOU P. J. Campbell, of Rockcastle Springs Miss Mamik Wii.son Caki'iinthk Is in town. less than eight pussenuers. Over 100 visiting a friend In Winchester. wero expected to get on hero, but only fnmc, is ono of tho leading' merchants This Linen Suit? I got It nt Jflme,Frye's. Tilt: Hrodhead fair He ha, cut the price on Mihh;.1attii:Mi;ni:kkk is rlxltln under most auspiciouslnn'ln inmn.m,. Judgo W. It. Curson, J. J. Mcltoberts and It would bo hard to think of somethese fSSulls to fJ.50. Ho has some circumstances. and C. C. thing ho does not koun In hi ...... v friends In Ilustonvllla th'i week. Carson put In an appearance. Go yourself nnd tell your friends to do ItBV. It. W.Cl.Kl.A.vi,of Axusn.Cnl., Tho banks show that Somerset Is flnani likewise. A biffi'tlmo Is In ttorn tnr 42.1. - Pcoplo aro not slow to catch on Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Hattland. ...j. in u Kooa Cashier thoso who attend. ton good thing when it doesn't cost G. Hall told mo condition. h,ir.uTi,-It. MiS8 Hksbik IlL'lt.vsuiK, of Garrard, that, hu Yes and he is much. For Instance since wo reduced Somcrset Hanking Co.- -ia wai tho guest of Miss Pearl Burnslde. Tiik supper given bv thu Lmiln- -' aim enjoying a Closing Out His theprlco of tho Lvruitioii Jouunal splendid business and that deposits Mlts. Maiiv CocilltAN Is visiting Society nt Hrlghts school-houAnd are Hats at her slater, Mrs. J. It. Bailey, In Mcrcor. Hubblo Friday night was a success 42.1 new subscribers have been nddpil Increasing right along. Tho Goochs, And gives you a chanco on that fine m SewlnS Machine with evory 81 and very llttlo effort has been mndo to Messrs. KzranndR. M.. former Mit. H. C. Lackky, of Hnrrodsburg, nnanclnlly and otherwise, Mr. C. Lincoln worth you buy. That's tho place to Irade, Sure. G. I like tho county citizens, are amonir thnhmlnn.. vl.ltln? his fathor", Hon. G. A. I.ick-o- Withers, who was present, tolls us. secure thera. A I J. ut 81 a year Is dirt cheap and no men In About 815 were realized and everybody Pulaski's capital who uro makbody falls to rcnllzu It. Miss Isaiihu.a lUiU'.V U In Wood-for- d had a good time. ing money. county visiting tho Mlsccs Wine-utOtliVTll.-r.M- r. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. i iik nornco Withers farm of 1M Vv aynesburg, K. H.CaUwell. Jr.. of writes us that Mrs. Mary, Mit. and Mus. II. C. IlAUnilHIAS neres, owned bv Mr. P. IJpM. ni...,.! TEN DAY HAIL AND LAKE EXCURSION Tho Itov G. W. McCrcerv unltnil in wife of G. A. Caldwell, died Friday of TO caitiu down fromllustonvlllu to tho cir- hands tho other day at 870, or about 85 a complication of diseases, leaving couples with one ceremony at Fort more er aero than Mr. Held paid for cus. Miih. MAitQAKirr Woons, of Gnr-rur- d, it two years ago. Mr. Sallee, a son of besides n husband four children. Itov. Scott, Kas. A Mormon .,-.. rnnort mn thn, iuj ,uur- UH.B uu. Mm i,. is with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mnrt Snllce, of Dovie. wn tlm n,,- -- W. It. Davidson preached her funeral at Kubanks. "Sho hud been u faithful mon mlsssonarle aro at work In thn Hays. chaser. member of Double Springs Banti.t SoHorn States. Mits. Mattii: Cuiio Giuson, of WIN ANKLli DttOKfUf. Whim rAi..i.inn church for several years and was a good at. i aui s bpUcopal church, valued llamsburr, Is visiting her many friends O. P. HulTman's house ilm pniTii,iin,. woman," ho adds. at 81CO.O0O, wltb steoplo 23S feet high, vVnB hero. ; ur'oiinicuoyngoltlen.ball llfeqt In , Miss Julia IIkioinh, a Richmond on which J. T. Harnett nnd Nwtin 1 M COlnC tO run HIV flirm mvanlf .llnm.,. . .. I OnLy j r. beauty, Is with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hlxon wero working broke and they and will show Lincoln county people a full to tho ground. Tho former sus. Itev. F. S. Pollit will r.. Hlgglnt. via .. inicnn nmi nn u.v rn uu"luUDU been rati in -- T to "Tho Son Rin ...i.u iiHM ir n. ."Miin Trlnslnt very low rates havo thing or two." said Knu noer J. 1L ., . i .. 7 ' arranced V MiSBSthixa Itui'LEV, who has boon tulncd a broken ankle and tho latter Orndorrr, who bought Free SI ver' lnir 'Z, mS. r " "u CitV. . ii TL'i. n..i...i.V i.ti.. anw. anu Harbor Springs "0. . ,:oserva,ions an information of any kind call on your C. ..... nnii ul, l00 .ijcinouist II "D Aren? vl.ltlug In St. Louis, II expected homo sovcro bruises. j or Johnson's farm somo time ago. "I'll church tonight, tomorrow. P. 0- - SPWABPS, Passenger Traffle Manager, Cln:facaU, Aiiout all that old Uro. Vundevccr not move to It and will continue to pull j Tho church Tuesday 0. friends of Itev. E O MltS. G. I). McCOLLl'M, of Junction will got out of r tho bolt Is the nomina-s'.nce lWU kcC" , ? ZTi0: farm. His tCity, has bon visiting relatives at tion for nn impossible ?t Partial to him eye election and ne permitted himself to bo led ntr hv Grab Orchard. havo his namo printed wrong In all tho Ing friends here think he will plant tho L. & N. bolters to aecopt u nomlna- Mus. Cleo HitOU'N, of Mt. Vernon, nowspapors, not excepting his nearest raost of the land In fox eggsnnd Instead j tion on their ticket. dH!tit several days with her brother, neighbor, the Danville Advocate, which of cattle raising he will make a special Hev. A. M. Lamhnrt tMI .i. Mr. M. C. Williams. gets It J W. Vandcvcor. ty of llrst clais fox hounds. meeting ho assisted Itov. Stinnett in at Mil. Al.t'G. SlIKI.HY Is back from ' Huoici: His Collau Honk. Tho THE groom is quite tin lmnortnnt the Highland Methodlstchurch, result-e- d the Klondike with u big roll. Ho will in 13 confessions and u general awakhomol'rco Silver Johnson was riding fuetor at tho wedding ceremony, even return In the sprint. ening of tho church members. Is out after a In tho West Knd Friday fell throwing II ever ulterwards ho plays second fid Hauvky Hon. Hev. W. T. Tlbbs, of Mt. Sterling, two weeks' selgo wlh malaria, tho Ural tho clever old gentleman off und break- dle, und his namo should not bo omitsays: "I know William Goebel. ing his collar bono. Ho picked hlm-se- ted in marriage write-up- s sickness ho ever hud. With as in our up and rode on to town beforo see- lust. In tho hurry of going to ureas. the assurance of knowledge I affirm MllS. Al.tCK ItlCIIAItDSON VANTIS, of Hu'tonvlllo, Is visiting, relatives ing a doctor, but the puln ho suffered tho artlclo being sent in just as we that tho life of William Goebel from wa9 great. wero ready to do so, wo failed to notice childhood to this stormy hour of battlo hero. Somerset Paraxon. that Mr. Mcnefeo Elmore's namo did has always moved on a moro elevated Miss Uaciihi. Allison returned to In fact new Shoes for Fall for Ladies, Mlssea w. H. bHANKS ha the kind of n Lexington calcrduy, her sistci, Mrs. and Children in al not appear in tho notlco of his mar-ria- go plane and has developed a far nobler father all of us would like to have. A grades just opened. We sell Iho celebrated Mary llurch, having recovered. to.MIss Hattle Cummlns.tho writ- character. Ho is a man to trust. Whnn deed Is being recorded from Mr tho truth has fcbaraed to sllenco tho II er fulling to give It. A Mlts. M. J. MlLLKit and Mrs. W. P. further look at Shanks to him "In consideration of love tho notice shows that tho bride's namo weary llbeler, the slanderer und the Walton and children are spending 11 and ufTeotlon" transferring tho farm .Zeig-le- r week or two ut Crab Orchard Spring. was also omitted, mentfon of her bolng calumniator, this heroic man will, tot God-ma- n uiwn which Will lives, of 153 acrcs.and only made In only bo trusted, but loved as wnll. N'nt. J. S. GitiMlts, of Elizabeth-towCasiiiku thu fact that sho Is a valued at 810,000. Mr. Shanks not long since tho days of Andrew Jackson has spent tovcral days with bis duughter of W. H. Cummins. such a democratic leader stood on thn brothers and sisters at the old home- ago gave Mrs. T. A. Itico thn i.n..k farm of 3iM acres, valued ut 810,000. stead. CltAH OltciIAKD Sl'iusus. A very llery point of battlo to wake all tho fu . Mus. P. W. ALLKN and children Their competitors tell u they have nothing belter to ofier us pleasant crowd of 00 to 70 uro enjoying ry 01 1118 IOCS and to evnkn thn ilnnth. God. ItUUTlKS G.VLOItK. W. L. Krnni. went over to Lexington yesterday to man's are low priced, solid leather goods, made to the many attractions of this delightful cn devotion of his friends. near Zeigler's who was hero yesterday en route to tho visit relatives, whllo hur husband Is In resort, which Is oen better kept thun aie as fine as you can buy, but the prices are lower than others ask mouninins, eiiiu that C. C. Carpenter formerly. Mannger DANVILLE. Missouri. Gus Hofmann Im iur sumo Braue oi goons, come and let us show you the largest and and Doc Dryo took xunn !.'. m.l nn,i proves at the business like old wlno Hon. G. G. Gilbert madeufinnim.nh Gait. Pctkii C. Ubnakkii, onu of ...uo. vUU,.ii:io iineui uHio-(iai- e iMioes over shown iu Stanford. tho cleverest conductors on tho L. & N., somo six or eight blue ties at the Hus- - does by ago. Tho furu is llnp. wnll to a large audience toduy. v thn cooked has gono with his wife to Hock Castle sell Springs fair. Tho iudires Wm. II. Shears, who has been nn in. and well served and there Is no premiums to county und mountain lack of Snrlnes to ciwnd suvural weeks. valid for seven yoars, died suddenly. servants to respond to yonr county horses without regunl to justice Mus. J. C. IIoitTON Is ill of malarial Goebel und Hlackburn.wlll spend tho There Is quite u olco llttlo jxilsonlng and Dr. Uiilley and her till the last day, when they got ashamcrowd from Danville. Including Mr. II last day of tho fair hero, Sept. 1, tho daughter, Miss Culllo Horton, of this ed of themselves- and gavo tho Huston-villlan- s P. Hosloyund pretty daughter, Mlsn guests of tho association. u few. olllce. wero sent for this morning. Flcccle, Mrs. AIlco Adams, MUses EdThere will bo a grand hop at tho Mus. MatCoiikn and daughter, of Till: good roads lecture of Mr. C. M. win Adams and Alice Dunn, Messrs. T. Gllcher Hotel tho night of thu second Richmond, and Mrs. J. A. Cohen, of Haiiua was not largely attended, A. Hendricks and L. II. Hudson. duy of the fair, with music by tho orbut Versailles, who aro staying at Crab thoo present showed much is represented by Hon. J. D. chestra of tho First Regiment Band, ol Interest Hlack und wife, Misses Gertrude and Louisville.Orchard Springs, wero hero yesterday. and wero greatly edllled by tho For particulars addrnaa uddrcss. Hon. J. A. MiTCiiKLL and family, of At Its conclusion the Lincoln County Georgia Illuck, und Capt. H. H. Gold- E. S. Itowland. Henry C. Bright has en. Pinevlllo by Mr. A. IC. Cook, wlfo bought of the Fox estato a line build. Hut you say its too early tobuv. Not so. iirm.muKM .... Howling Green, aro visiting Mr. and Furmers Agricultural und Improve-me.. u Mrs. It. II. Crow, near Shelby City. Club was organized with Dr. and Miss Annlo Dlshmun. Hon. W. It. Ing lot on Maplo avenue, und hopes to bird, etc , just so it is In tho purchase of your fall Dress Goods- - You will find In the Mr. Mitchell Is a prominent attorney. Clifton Fowler, president, und It. W. ltumsey. of London. Is aUo thorn, whit,. bulla this full. Tho lot contains 31 first Importations tho choicest patterns; and selections mado no, will he from tho Owsli:y hus Issued invitations Glvens, secretary. Tho llrst meeting there Is qulton number from the South acres. No other candldato for circuit Muck clerk uppearlng points. Mossrs. Hoili a Watermelon I'oto at Walnut Plat, will bo huld next Saturdayut2 o'clock, und other Harry Collier are Dave clerks- domocrutlo countyby tho duto fixed, tho tho committee declared Wednesday evening, in honor of Misses when n permanent organization will l.n man und una aro ready night und duy to servo It. Graham Price, the nominee of the Gcrtrudo und Harriet Peltu, of Louis- effected. Everybody Is Invited. party. tho guests. ville, mill Miss Linda Mlllor. J. II. Itoblnson sold 103 NaUKOW ESCAl'K KKO.M DlIATH. WiMLt: working on tho tin roof of A VOTK TOit BitAULKY. At Lancaster hogs at He Advocate, It costs nothing co look, so come aud let us show you somo freight train No. aft wus luborlng up I yesterday SonatorC. C. McChord, uftor Mrs. Smith's house on tho Lancaster . . . r I..I. I. . pike tho other day, J. T. Jones, tho till, hill fi.fm I.h..I. wick, ,. "" """ mirouuceu dj' senator UeorgoT. SALE 0? LINCOLN COUNIT tinner, was overcome, with heat, and Cro.by saw after he hud whistled for Furrls, mado a splendid speech of 1 crossing of tho nlko near V l hours, In which ho explained und detho was laid up for repairs several days. Miss OliVK Woodson, after spend- - Woods', a man driving on tho track fended the bill that bears hU namo, as AaigmtortbebtlrioiM. N. Dtl'auv, 1 will on IniT tin Miiininnr with MlfM Fnnnln Immediately In front of hlm. ir Bh., well as tho Election bill und tbe Chinn Black Crepons in var'ety from "5c to 12.50, Storm Series. Surah Cloth, Henriettas, Shanks und 'making hosts of friends off s'um und reversed tho engine, but bill and sKko In tho highest terms nt MONDAY, SEPT. 11, Ac Our sale on hero und In neighboring towns, loft it wus too lute. Tho horso wus killed, tho hcud of tho democratic ticket. His (Oountr Couititajr,) In Iront of the Court hou-- Iu yesterday for her homo in Kansas City. tho vehicle wrecked nnd thn ..,,.., speech was well received and did much Mnulord Mil tt I'Ublic outer the Mit. 1'. It. STOVKU, of Kooxvlllo, ar- thrown high Into tho ulr, alighting on good for tho enuso FHR7VT0F . rived yesterday und whllo this Is being a cattlo guard. Tho crow Immediately ' After hlm, J. T. Hays, u young law l ..LI. ... Miss Mattlo Dunlap went to tho rescue and found thn man yor, luto of Burbourvllle, spoko anu AW....1 l. 7 inl- -l' I1..II...... .. .1 printed ho und fumi SUnlimliiul 3U. uillm fmm about li. .lloyle A I Uncola lurui.lke and Hopper uro being bound In tho holy ullvo, but unconscious. Ho soon reviv lullle .. .. Conttnues. Iteuiembor lliey ttlll go at Manufacturers com. , I.. uirf uuuH, mm, ami a ,.. .niil.nlt.tif,i bond of matrimony, until death shall ed und said that ho was Nut Boylo, of fuel liiFi-ixWthiv Vinmr IIhai.ih'i nl la all lint ciatui lmiil. ' or knob Luncnstcr. He was brought to tnwn expired he pardoned a Bell county man i.uVovb'u. purt. noyio.0 k"" Miss Linda Millku will entertain and Eugene Brown, u cousin of Dr. named Brafford, serving u sentence for I T""" ""'' kllow" dtv' ,"?,, lNS) , Ajent. i this ufternoon from 5 to 7 In honor of Brown, knowing where ho lived took homicide. On being' released 1) ratio 'U tho Misses Pettus, when ladies only aro hlm to his house. He was then taken went to Brown und after thanking hlm Covington Invited. In tho evening thogentlomon to tho Infirmary and Drs. Brown and for his kindness In pardoning hlm, askuro expected to meet tho young ladles Curpontor sot to work to see thn nrtnnr ed it ho could do anything to repay him ol his Injuries. They say ho is cut and In a measure. und a number of others. Yards, ' Tin: Advocate hus this distressing gusnou irom neutl to foot, but strango "Yes," said Gov. Brown, "go homo say Is not seriously hurt. Ho suyg ond vote for Col. W. O. Bradley." Item: Miss Josephlno Iteid, daughter to Covington, Ky,, of Mr. Forcstus Held, who went cast ho wus driving ulonjf not knowing that Brufford had been a democrat before Are located so us to otter Special InduceThe painting season is here. We wish to call your attention to the with Mr. AH. ltobortson's party, hus ho was any whoro neur a railroad, when colnu to tho pcnltuntlary and gave this ments to the thinners South of theOlilo lily, keep the lle.t Heady Mixed IMInu, Oil., Varnishes, Bruahes, Ac ln lh market! wo er In titvlug thvu extra expense and time. typhoid fovor In Now York City. Her tho llrst thing ho knew he was Hying as tho reason for bis vote. This con Iu uUdklou to tho local buyers there will be ! uunt, Mrs. Mary Bowman, is with her. in tho air. The oneinecr and rinntnr,. firmation of Brown's uerfidv sol thn both say ho must havo been usleon. Hn crowd wild and It yelled itself hoarse, WarEastern & BuyMussits. M. O. Sauklky, It.C. , linn nf Tnlli.1 Arllnloa .n.fi . T.v-,- i. i...ui... . .......... -- . tlnr iioir urusues. Comb, Soaps, ren, S. II. Holm, It. G. Denny, J. II is a son of Squire It. Boyle, of Garrard, Mr. J. A. Doty, a splendid democrat ou av , is iuuiiciD, Market aua oi tite very best quality. ,.. McAllstor, D. P. Logan, J. M. Alver-so- n, anu uoout zt years old. Tho team and u substantial citizen, announced Fur nil ktnl of iitnclt. Wlion ai.ftvni.tn r... VREfidtlPTIAMsi carnfnltv rnmiwuiniln.l rr...i ,I.A i...... mm .... utu u,m to Burton & Barker, at Luncas. himself (or tbo Legislature, and if ho dnil't full liipniinlcn nntiiiTa iibIuu,.u .ai Rowan Suufloy and others wont to ... .. 171. .Irt i Ilarrodsburg to neur uooueianu uiw" .AM .Mil uuji I. . .1 !..... .lo junction in nominated, as ho doubtless will bo. log which will be uf benefit to you. imu uueu ' full of enthusiasm. City to tako a drummor. CENTHAL COVINQTON 8T00IC YAUD CO. burn and returned will be elected. ' ok i e L n.rrr-f.lllni n , 1 crtuicj, Wll' PliKflll Una of candles nt Warren & tons nnd Calicoes for early buyers nt , Shank.'. aovernnoo & Sons. Tim Stanford Pcmalo College will open Sept. I. ......, J. JyMBSAOPLBYtolI. us that some . irOUU O WiW nttrnrl I i ....... .wul.u lm UULilULT U jury to try Huston Clark at Lancaster for shooting at Honry Harlow with In- tont ,0 ll, but it was finally secured """ u, cn' 'f on trial now. It appears n"rlow caused Clark's wlfo to J Vo hlm nnd tho flrl ,ln,u ho ar him .""orwnrds ho shot at him twlco. otiST ... "? " WQf' Ifl Fine sttBK Farm i m " Auction iviiij, ! Wednesday, Sept. 13, '99, at 12 O'clock Sharp, The farm of the late Nat. Lafon, Containing 440 Acres HllmlM ,... ,7 or , vii ""'' 1- s I . s lt - 'r T J :"' UU I'"' a - jn'ZllVii i""h : WHERE DID GET IT ? ;. Nice Crash Suits For $2. Straw Linen' fo -- y. soml-wcck- ly : JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. e. MACKINAC ISLAND, Leaving C. H.&D.&D.Si C. STEAMER. $5 Round Trip. Cincinnati Tuesday, Aug. 29. tl T fox-hun- i- s Hi-.L- Neio Sehool SHOES. Bros., and H. G. lf n, &Co.'s Shoes. SEVERANCE & SpVS. ... lo - New Fall Dress Goods ! nt CI?E(IM OF THE MARKET. 208-pou- Ml Swell Plaid W, o Jovell f or $kirt$ I30HCRES Ladies' Low Cut Shoes I 1 ur I.T tM! M Central JOHN P. JONBS. i Stock Paints,; Oils, Varnishes, Brushes TOILET ARTICLES ., ers Foreign tbe ..,, o .m i.iui, WiMZ&a;:, ..i CRAtQ HOOKER. . . .Mt. fciiiwi .vsttljatvisiicuMl fit u i in n smu jj . I Wt Mini random and So All Hindi ef HI- - A. S. eyelt Repairing. nt morning Surgeon Mr. Joseph Grlbblo has been very Institute couvrnfd Monitor W. A.1EAZLEY, being Its.pt 1st church, tlorotlonal e.orcle THF. DAN Vll.1.15 CV0I.F.CU., IlANVILbE, KY Dentist, anxious to scon lira rattlcsnako since conducted by Kov. O W. Holllng. Owing lo CRAB OR0HARD, No.IUThlr.IM. KENTUCKY. . he moved to this county last spring-- iholllnMsofSupt. Singleton. Dr. W. D.Tar-d- lf Splendid Accommodations. ssiwi3s3 srssiewar vtsat ews s ws ffxffl Lat week his curiosity1 was gratified wm made chairman nnd Ml Itelle Butnnd Sulphur Well, It ton, secretary, l'rof. 1' L. Wllllama, of 42 Close to Depotltensonable, Fine Water. bv tho Undine of ono on his farm. Offlrwt.?' MtlU.Writ' l7( Slci, In tha Owsltj Kates llllildlDf. Tho had 11 rattles and a button and was n Louisville, tho conductor, being Introduced, When not HptUea.CO will d charged. mr crncker-lack.- " Mr. Grlbblo skinned responded In hi characteristic way. outPlain nnd I'lishlonable Sewing Cutting and Water Works St. John II Castlim, AiitiiimiU LtxuntM it and sent Its hldo to tho editor of tho lining the work of tho session, putting par- NICE HOME FOR SALE- - Fitting a Specialty IllirCKIMIIIISir. I ASTI.I.VAM Wllllamstown Courier and It Is now on ticular stress upon the ultlmito purpose of I olTtr fr talc I my trrr and tho ImperaD. D. S exhibition in ono of tho principal stores tho common school systemfitting themselves, and lot, i:,tarrrlrlratrlv Djnillle drslrahl. homo W. S. 1fce on the H, nillra tive nccolty of teachers l from the Manford Court.liotiM. It li well Imnm. MUD In Wllllamstown. to bcconio more and more efficient In tlielr nl, has all tho nemsarr outiiulhllnirt, titter fall- Hovor, a blind musi- work each year. The committee on pro ina waier ann pieniroi milt trnot M.I piltsti.-IProf. Charles tspfon will puhllr aurtlBn tn fruntnftli. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. cian, has been giving crcdltablo enter- gram, cotulstlng of Prof Crninhaw. Misses court. hnu intell at htanlord. Sept, II, county Tooth Extracted Without Pain I Term to suit iHinhavr s tainments nt the different Wado and Level with theconductor, court ilir L.T , No. A Arrrlveaat Stanford at I 08 i. i.iir.r.Mil.llltr IIIMi.lll. lunrin. Kj With Vltatlird Air Phjalclan In attendManford at I 10 A. . in this section. At each entertainmappod out tho work, modifying somewh it No. I ance. No. 21 Arrives at Uowlaml at U W DAT. ment n cano Is given to tho laziest man the ulati n laid down In the syllabu. 2 SO P. M, Office In the New Thomson tlulldlng. 78 at hlanlord No After tho first duy's session, the Iustltuto nnd n rln to tho protticsllady present, KNOXVIlTe DIVISION. to bo decided by vota at ono cont per completed Its workliitlieclrcuttcourt room. Lincoln County Farm For Sale. Oi CltVll OltCIIAKD, KY. Each teacher assigned to special work re.12 02 p m vote There was littlo excitement hero tto. 21 Train coin! North ... sponded nnd tho various subject ot the 2 41 a ta over tbo contest, but things must have I'rltsle Select. Thorouch. Practical and Proem- , No. 24 14 Oomimny In the Largest I'lro Insuran.-sire, iiiiiuiinis eoniinoiiinii M anil iturroumllnii " South ..... o, M " ...12 52 k m gotten pretty llvoly at Grove, whero currlculuu were thoroughly discussed, Ibe duties of tha Dull I will ofter for tale the farm -- W Uorld. piu ' ..-0.2J " which I now Invariably by suggestions and com- ilcllihlf.il I. Will enter Terms oradnitMmn addr utn farm mntalnt re t ear sw iw. lor 1M Bid., alto Stock, Crop, Ac Maid For allll'olnta. the ring was awarded to Miss Lcla Pat- ments from tho conductor; suggestion, IK J f KIWI'I' i' acres of flrtt class bin. arass lan1, well watered. terson over Mrs. Walter Evans at a which If put Into practice by the teachers, II lenceslanililesirsi.ir RO'IOII TICKETS SOU). locstnl l", miles iiohi relan.l. a tin Inn on lh I" S railroad, on Pit iiaohaoe checked Tiinouoa. cost of 915 to tho voters. T. S. I). tho work In the colored school of Lincoln Itrsldenie lea.lln from Mllledrfetllle to Mandril Tor any information enquire ot Manager Suiitheru Department. on said farm ll a lirire fraine, conlalnlni elihl county mutt bo productive of much real palntnl and iifil The past week 1ms been ono of sun good, Kepresentatlve from Knowllle Coltiaiint, iisntrv, Ac , nes-lJOG S. MCE, Agent, conilltion General tinkers. Columbia llulldlnr. IawI.- and n pas- lege Stanford, Ky, shine, which has mado corn and MalwlllU(lnatlOnil.Kk a M and llere.1, In abort but pointed tnlk. t Isvllle Kv bilsnc In onoan-- l two Trans. tures. presented tho ndrantagen of their reapocttvn IVetlon jreara with Interest (roHl lale of sal FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Two years ago tho rads wero terribly Institutions. Klren tre I.1WJ FmsestloB of land to tsi Hsslct to heiiln at usual time lor mvIIm ON FARMS ! enTrains leave Frankfort at 7 a.m. and 8 10 r. v., tickled over the Courier Journal and in Thursday afternoon the Institute Coforcif .lainriafiiM. It. II IAHIAN. MlllcljTttlle. Ky. II t.l onnoctlng at Ororgetown with tJ.AC and reach-lo- r a. m. and S.10 P. M. Uav Paris fact they thought In another year it tertained by .hlglil Interestlngnnd profitl'arti at at 9. IS a. M and Mr. M .connecting at able talk by Mrs. T. M Ooodknlght, which Thursday, Sept. 21--- 3 Days. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL with O, A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9 IS would turn body and soul over to the I would like tn take options on good farms a. at. and 7 10 p v. republican party. It Is now tbo big-be- she concluded with two recitations personJOSEPH U. NEWTON. A. O. r. A. Dutch dialect. Mr. Fur terms and particuIn Lincoln Count): liar South of tho Ohio. Thcro is ating the IrUh and WM LANIKlll.W'. lar iddres Isaac Ilathawaj, of Lexington, also favnnd llttj I'rtmiumsfor RcxiiUtfr Rn)t, Krlger. Ky no paper like tho Dispatch with them 1J QUEEN & CRESCENT. lltg I'remiumi for Sktitillt llorxt, tho Institute with a humorous selection now. Ilk I'rtmiuuit tt All Ilmnt, City aa follows: I)iinb.vr. Owing to n Tralna paw ulon from Paul The most centrafly located and only A Grtal Ttme u KrjifclftL 11pm The M. A. Literary and Debating .12 02 p m No. 2 North.-.- .. Ho. 1 South of the court room, tho literary Ho. I " .ll Sfl m "4 " ..S4Sam Society met in Collcgo Hall Friday exercises for Thursday cxcnlng wore, inticl .1. CA II n, I'm ; C. S. HA VXES, Sy. " ..l t p m Ho. 5 " ..llMam " s OR TRADE. .800am evening and was called to order by to tho reirret of mnnv, declared off. At II " ...... SOS pm "10 " Ho. 2 do not ttop. 9 and 10 run no furNo. and President Duko Godboy at 7:30. An in o'clock Friday, after singing; ' Ood lw with Hotel In the city making a ther than Junction City. Splendid farm of llisctrsln Soolhcsit Kant. teresting program was rendered and you 'till we meet ngaln," tho Institute con 50 mtle. froiM tht Mltxirl Uor Well located, FOR paalftrwlaciounlry. thltkly settle.1 Will ecl eluded another pleasant, nnd It Is hovd. much needed business manors attenduneasy lenut or trade for frm In Central Ken Contains 1C3 acres and la In a splendid profitable tlon. In a lucky. Can pay ll,wl to SJ.ui) lin.rru cd ed to. The subject for debato was state of cultivation. On the Illaclc pike. ?H AJJrew lbs !, Hlanbid, Ky. One block from the principal shopping trad. (;) wero adopted. following d miles from llustonvllle nnd tS from that tho war being waged In the The district and two block from the thrto prin Ha on It dwelling of iiesoliiio: Philippines is unjust." Affirmative, Whereas, In our present Institute, we're nnd good tenant ahouse, besides live room cipal theatres. necessary Stmt car pa tho door to all parts of Clnrcnco Coleman and J. P. Kclsar. received such Instruction ns but few Insti- outbuildings. rplrndld orchard, good well the Cltv F.verjthlng neat and rlean nnd two springs. Terms easy. Negative, Steuben Godbey and L. V. tutes have enjoyed, therefore be It W. II WltlOIIT. Creech. Tho judges gavo tho decision llustonvllle. Ivy. Tzt7 LKiiti Xrici EeilJes:s la ITcntl- lteolied, t. That wo do hereby express to the affirmative, thus striking anoth our hearty thanks to our conductor, l'rof cello, Hentscky, wlti 57 acre: ef Land wsll layrcrei f:r Sale. er deadly blow to tho imperialistic I' L. Williams, for tho pleasant and In structive manner In which he lias conductviews of tho administration. The ahnt. pnrty I known tn. J hn Chili regret Made from pure Thero are something like- 15 or 20 ed onr Institute; that wo xcryofmuch court- And willing to pay ton price In cash for man pla and Is wcleil now l.y lanua tflev the engagements Th.houso runlalnsS nmt, fin well at kitchen Chickens, Eggs, Feather. Ducks, Ueese, door, a on Casey's Creek. thatprexlous coses of small-pocream of tartar. orchard, a new lew houw, ainl ail imc room prevented him from delivering the adOlnseng. Vellow Itoot, Wax. . Our report was greatly exaggerated dress us provided for In the program. Wo Turkey. all kinds. Copper, lira. Ilf and nuir oiHbHilJIt),,-- inA anew Isirn, (eiu inc lit r-u -l Hides or Iron food stale of uli.tait-reiialraod the land Si. rrcnllr last week, though not purposely. Tbo feci that wo have a rare treat. We Hones. Also will be In tho market for wool, Aawohata met with a treat lis. If any on who d and Sie toe nnd get mv price before selling, nnd we want to tell I lilt LIVERY, FEED AND SALE people generally are receiving quite a ask that he be returned to conduct our well l wrlie cet apot rash Oall at my headuarters. wants It would do MiKIXJIIMUto lliresrlll., O JAMEii scare. It was thought safer not to have Perrln .t Pence's Office, nenr Depot. Stanlt00. STABLE,: We alto hare lor sal butnes ru.wi. brick It. UOlllXfON any institute next week as It might S That wo thank the citizens ot Stanford ford, Ky rorner l Il. puMIc tin m feel In 1'. KyW. and ny Jit DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. iianlo MhuIIccIIo, have a tendency to spread tho disease. for the hospitality hhown us and wo hereby ivetnnieA Kern at an rirusox wi bii. im. Alum baling powders are (he greatest as good a Hand a there Is In from express our appreciation of the Interest Horse and Mule constantly on hand and and feci This is Dr. Wesley has received a letter I ror artlilars tud terms for sale at all time Manllcello for t.u.lnc-- s. menacers to health of the present day. Secretary McCormack, of tho Stato they haxe manifested In our meeting byu ddrcss lh abora Wo also thank the gentle-meBoard of Health ordering a general their presence. hotu. Mm no powtta co., w vom. who were kind enough to lend us the vaccination. Everyone, both raalo and piano. I have on hand Stock Hogs, female, white and black, rich and poor, a That wc heartily njiopathlie with the Cows, Calves and other stock for GOOD LAND FOR Tho Southern Mutual InTestment Conipinj, will have to be vaccinated. Tho coun county superintendent In his present Illness sale. Call on or write to me if - - - Kentucky Near Ineater. a tract of J0 acres, all nuatonvillo, ty will see that tbo poor are vacclnat and comequent liinblllt to attend the you need any of the above. Ky. InonelMiundar). save separated by pike. Of cd. In the mean time let everyone meetings of the Institute. OcVrs his serving to Iba of Weal LltcotJ The llrst tract Is within a half mile of Lan and .Ml Ky. caster W acres of which Is lu gross with 3 anj Casey cuuntlM full tUxk ufCotButand to I)r. H. CREER, 4 as possible That Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED keep as cleanconditions ofand look after Sutton our wo tender thanks Tardlf efficient hand houses, and IOC acre of fresh laud to go in for the heartiest his surround tho sanitary t l, tt. Carpcnur, Manager. corn. manner In which they discharged their Ings us well as person. Just ucros the Crab Orchard pike Is 103 res acre, all to pi In cultivation Wo P7 While You Llvo. Mr. ueorgc McAnmcn nanus us a duties ns president and secretary, Also u CT acre tract, part of which Is now of the Institute. Old Line Companies Pay.When YonjDis. clipping from a Iiloomington, III,, pa 5 tiolddiitt horse combined with the mit iioimi- - lu grass, tho rcmalniier to go its wneai. That we as one endorse the Idea or tho lar strains of hsruett and sad 11a horses msklng the per giving details of tho untimely study a prescribed coure on tho subject comMnisI roadtler Jersey cattle all retrittereil and All the land la well watered Would preMRS. U. D HIM1VON, 1'ror.. of tn ono part) jear after death of his eon, which occurred Au- of Psychology, for tho purpose of making headed by the Inbred ldro Hull, No. HWI. who 5fer to rent the land Over !ISO,ono paid In living lwnefils. ear t sire 1'e.lro Jl? and dam Infanta IVdro Majoram OrcrfJJ.uW llewrre'anJl Surplus gust C. Tho clipping reads: "Mr. Duroursehesmore efficient as tcachirs, unit NS.VI wer. two of Mr tooir't winning sweepslske A II .USES WEAKEN, local Aceut, Fair Shorthorns are the World ham McAnlnch was killed vestcrday Newly furnished; clean beils; splcndsd nrraugtd at tho hent at toppeil wliht Wlldeyes, IVrles. Ilarroiiyoung course of study Stanford. JL.SMlTHltOMAN. Secy., Mary's and B" about 3:10 o'clock, south of the Green- - that said Kverythlug Porters table. UCIUVIU, JVJ. first uuetlng of our county teachers' tlsfiird Sohihibiwn sheep, t'oltndl'hlna and bP inilltldiially gml and bred from the Ha 520 meet all trains, One mllo East of I'reachersvllle. view Switch. While it is not known association Come of Kentucky Prices rraouable herds acres. CO In grass, tho remainder to go lu J, Crenshaw, Misses M II Olvi n. and and see or write for what, you want how he met his death, It Is supposed cultivation, well watered, and has good lll.llMl.illViil. ni We guarantee everything at reprewnteil ty Mr. house und barnthat in jumping from the car to tbo en Maggie Jones. Committee. IU.IJ W.P WALTON, Ldllor. gine lank he missed his footing and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 MIDDLEBUHG, COLOItKD TRACIIEIW INSTITUTE. BEHZLEY f HOTEL, Pror., PKICE, $1 PER YE ARC ASH iTiiaaJUtivitin Soamstross. ianuii') Stanford, Ky. vJHHKJy fgglUKU a TIE BBAZLBY, Lnncnstcr. Ky. ROYAL school-hous-c- In ' COI.X.EGE HOME, INSURANCE COMPANY Liverpool. r .........-- . ........ . id On Tliurndny, Sep. '99, Ui-- in Barbee & Castlemaii, Stanford Fair ! Artt-cls- n On-l- ih m tleorge-tow- n OPTIONS WANTED. st Louisville, Ky. FARM FOR SALE :f,i:rst-o:lj.s- 1 FARM SALE. K,JLO?E. "Re-eolv- RoVal More-lan- R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Baking Powder Safeguards the food against, alum. wjk.nsri'Er) Staurord, x pl Ky. ml-e- B. G. FOX, li 1 TO STOCK MEIT RENT. J. T. STJTTOISr, Undortnlcor, Lexington, J. Stanford. y, FOR SALE. Mason Hotel Urst-clas- a. 1 Good Stock Farm For !,uucnriter, Kentucky. Rent. FIRE, - XilFE TONtil'LS fell to the rails. The crew went back Could noteapresstheraiitureof AunlaE. S.rlna- uvm -- law ,of lia Howard st I niMtiriiuiiaa fur Coiuutur and found him lying just outsldo tho r in.i li vrinv'a. Kw liiwtirrr rails with both legs cut off and bis llun btil coiupletclr. tiireUhiro( a abtckliiK couh bunltn All .t... lui -h.l iim.Allfuai. skull crushed. Life was oxtlnct. Tho other f... maul ;and doctors could (tire her no help reiuedlca but tba sati of this lUital Cure- - "It sin reiuoted remains wero picked up and brought to the niln in mv chest audi cau now sleep sounuiy, Grecnviow, where tbo inquest will be something I can scarcely reuieiubcr doloit iiore. throughout the Inl-ierheld, today, tho members of tho train I feel likeiwrounding Its praises trlw Dr King a will ercryoue who New Discovery for any trouble of IhoThroat, Chest crew going down to attena tnls mornor I.unns. Price 50c. and 11 Trial twttlcs rc at Oniy tbo best companies represented. ing. Tho deceased was a native of 1'tuuj'i Pt-- More, every bottle guartatl 12, sT Inquiries solicited. 1 Kentucky, and was 20 years of age. He &c ATIKlU!-A- HOUSE FOR KENT. Just Like a Mill. ..,.. Public Sal8 of Land ! Ou Saturday, Sept. x6, '99, In Lancaster a large house of eight room. Ilelng centrally located can Iw used with ndantuge as n boardlug-hous- c Any ono wishing Information may iippl) J M OUAND. Lancaster. Ky to INSURANCE. It. B. MAHONY, Agt., Stanford. I k. J.CcCtAV i itSLj UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in had been working for tbo Alton sinco last January, and was generally known among the railroad men as "Kaln tuck " Ho was a young man of excellent character and was very popular " The remains wero shipped homo for burial and wero interred In tho Green Ulver Church burying ground. Tho deceased was well and favorably known throughout this, his native, section. Ho was very popular with both ,old and young, who deeply sympathlzo with tho sorrowing parent, brothers and in their hour of bereavement. The deceased was a cousin to the writer. who deeply sympathizes with tho rjwing. C. C, sis-to- rs HAENSSS, SADDLERY, &C. STANFORD. KY. CMLmklMQ ri)T5wMriHlgwiiiCiI"iii'b Tho Favorite Lino ZiOTJISVZZiXiS There It more Catarrh in thlt srctlun of the country than all other dlwtw pit tucther, and null! ilia last lew years ai suppmod lu ha incur-sidror a great many years dixtors prououiuod It a lotal ditesM, and pretcrlheil loul reuxdles, and couttantlv falling locum with local treatment. 11 pixiuounrvii incuraois. rxieme lias pruveu laltrrh to lie a contlltutloutl illwasc. ami Iherefuro rtsuiresron.tltutloual troatmabt. ilall a I atarrh Cure, lutnufjcluriil by 4 J Cheney A Co .Tuledo, Ohio, la I lie only conillturloutl euro on tho market Ills taken internally lu dosua from lu dru to a teaapunful. It acts directly on bloud ami m ucout surfaces ol the system They ell irons hundred dollars for any caw It falls lo cure, rnnj lor circulars and testimonials AddreM V J CHLNKYJi CO., Toledo, O. hold by Hruggltlt, 7oe Hall's family tills are lb Iwtt. , Forty-seve- QUARANTINE WITHDRAWN AT OLD POINT COMFORT. Tbo quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old I'olnt Comfort on account of yellow fever, havlcc been withdrawn, this Is to notify all concorned that tho Chcsapcako& Ohio Railway has re- sumed sulo of tickets toOld I'olntCora-for- t and all points affected by tho quarexcursions to antine. Tho 1U0U. Old Point Comfort on tho second und d cash, balanco In six Teuvi. Tuesdays will also be resumed, und 12 months with 6 iwr cunt Interest with fourth Lien retained on the laud for the second Tuesday commcnclnc with tho purchase money. I Hill sell ut simctlma nnd plnru sotro in September. Round trip tickets will consisting of U'llroolu house 815, limited to 21 days. For full be s.'t. ro'x'i- - tables, etc. ralu will begin at write Geo. V. Barney, Div. S p M. For further luformatton uddrvs I. 1', .NEWLAND. i:or. Passenuer Afjcnt, Lexington, Kv. Prenchersvllle, Ky. as in our During the clval war. as well One-thirhuld-goiid- s, I will sell to the lilchcsl bidder on tho prem ises the farm of tLo lute A. C Newland. situated at Cedar Creek Station on the L A N H. U , on the Hnnford A Crub Orchard pike. een miles from Stanford nnd three from Crab Orcliu rd. This Farm C:nti!ns 193 Acres of Land, Subject to tho widow's dower, well ImprovCaM'lUl.Mock.illw.OOO. ed with new realdenceof eight rooms, two halls, lurches ntidcellars, two bams and all SucreMor to The Ftnuer Hank A Trutt Com 107 necussury outbuildings, such a smoke and uaJer tame mana4e1ue.it uattuu ouiljr for aft Year. house, buggy bouse, etc. Two never falling sprlcgs, convenient to scnoot house, churche. About 40 acre In culties nnd pott-ultlcvation, balance In blue grass. Tho farm will bo ottered In two tracts, tho widow's doKtrofl) ucros with Improvements, 14n uulmprovid. Tho bid or bids accepud which realize tho greater sum. The pur business relation! will prove mutual. chaser has tho right of seeding In the full, Hoping such Ir beuentJal and pleaMUt. ZZZZ with full possession of the IIS acres Jun. I. Lincoln County National Bank. You take jour Wheat and Corn In Mnrrlt Fred's Kachungo III Wm Daughertj's shop In Stanford and gel In eichaiigu Flour aud Meal You can also buy Flour, Meal, Ship-stuf- f, llran. Chicken Fied, Ac, chcawr at tny place than any where In town. A trial t all I ask. I believe my exchange will he a giKxl thing for farmers and I pledge liberal transactions and full weight My good, romu from Dudderar s Dti Illter Roller Mills and are llrst class. MOItltlH lUKI). Telephone No 0" H H. C. RUPLEY, Solicits Your Bank The Merchant Tailor, Acoount, Stanford, Kv., Ih Receiving IiIh Spring S: UIIILCTOILS. J J. Williams, J. 8. Ilwtlcy, Sr William (ls.h, J. Huuiiuer Goods. Goods Warranted. Kit Guaranteed.; Give Ilim a Call. MWftvdt IL A, w . I aris-uteW. ll.l.Nimmlni,: li- - Lynn, IS. Il.i-hi- n J. F. C'atb. U. 11. Oivtlef. IIFFICKiy. lata war with Spain, dinnhoca was one of tho molt troublesome diseases the aimy had to contcud with. In many Instances it becatno chronic and llie old soldiers .till suffer from it Mr. David Taylor, of Wind ltldge, (ireene county, l'a . Is one of these. Houses Chamberlain's Co'ic, Cholera and Dlairhoca Remedy and says ho novcr found anything that would give him such quick relief. It i for sale by Craig A Rocker, Druggist!. II. bhanki, l'nslilcnt; J, II. Owiley.l'atlilerj W.M. Ilrlgbt, Astt Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOIlll, KY VKKXS tai s hfa&. B i V ,. a, -- t "iWi !jw.- n ii j i i OapltalStoek 3100,000. Sarphi, S17.CS3 El This Institution originally established aa lb D potlt Kink of Stanford la 1US, tben reorganised a, th National llauk ufStanlord la ISM andagals roorganlaed aa tba First Natloual Hank of Stanford In 1MJ, hat had practically an uninterrupted eiltt- nc for 41 counties In Kentucky haii,-WASPECIAL ItATW VIA eUirrilt.i(.-have had moro or less small-po- x with in tho past IS months, and Dr. McCorrluilby couuty wblto fulr. fchelbivtllo. mack regards tho situation as very se- Aug. One faro for tho round trip. Traina Morning ami Kvcniug from Un- rious. Ho says that unless thero bo Kalo Si'nd, i'Srd, 2tli and for inorulug trulus ion Station, lUth and Broadway. general vaccination all over tho State, tho tli. tlnal limit Aug. Mill. Bhulby county colored fair, rhelbyvlllo, I'dSHfiiiier. dcalrlug lnforuiation and uod that all sanitary precautions bo ebraska taken, and taken at once, that when Aug. 30th, 31st and Kept. 1st. One faro for ratei to Wliconilu. .Mlnuesota, and points in the far West, lucludiug Cal- cold weather comes tho diseuso will tho round trip. Salo Aug. SOtli. 31st, and flnal limit feopt. ifornia, should address spread rapidly to all parts of Kentucky, morning trulus Sept. It, 2nd. Frank J. IUed, Gen. Pass. Agt , IajuIsvIIIo colored fair association, Louis-vlllnoiiiii.'DTiinuiiAvt. K. II, IUcon, Dis, I'ass. Agl. Ono faro for tho rouud .A,,,,."!".nf Incident, of n CHICAGO. years. It la Ulter sup lied now will lacllitlos for transacting bail nest promptly and lib. A, Family Carriage beauty and comfort with convenience, la oue of our well made, easy aud elcguut rJurrvys. It is unexcelled for workmanship, durability aud comfort, and will give more satisfaction fo- - general family usu than other car riage made Wo are belling them Cheap and Fast. rid-lu- rally than vrhrfuriu Its long and honorahlt The Couipotiudliig ol SfedlcIucN. la dobo vri career. Accounts ol Individual,, fiduciaries, Armi and Individual solicited. PINSCTOat, h absolute acciitujy In our That combines W.U. HI of I ulladeipnia, was lh subject, I, narrated by Gun. Mgr. McDoel, Vice-I'res.him as follows "1 was lu a most draadlul couditloa. m .iink.n i.r..A Charles II. Hockwcll Traffic Mgr, Mr sklo waa almost vellow. coated, pain continually in back and sldca, no a gruwtug aker day by day. Tiroo physicians had tlveu tua up. rurtuuately a rlend advised Uylng Llettrlo Hlltan't and lo my HAIKi BALSAM real lor and aurnriMi. tha flrtt Ia iIm iiikiU aJ GlMiUhMA 1 cU dlmprorimeut. cjullnuwl their us for VtiMooUM ft lsUuUbi rrovth. am now a well man, I know they KMtor Qns TtiM ff us llfo and roLhHil fh. .-..f .nnii.u, ..i Hslr to vio.:. lllui." o uu. tuuum. i to try:r ineu. MMUVr SOiU Curs seal uu Ouly seJ m I fit ! lUinlja I whkhMr. John Ollrer, tAkktk For further Iuforumtou call on nearest Agent gouthcru Uy. WM. II. TAVLUb, A. O. P. A., Louisville, Ky. m Aug. trip. Salo Aug. SJtli uud 2Cth, flnal limit Aug. S." PUKSOIIIITION DKI'AltTMKNT J.W, Haydcn, Stanford and tlie quality of all ilrtigi uicd Is of a very high grade. t), II. liaughniaD, B.T.lIarrli, .The physician's aiirms In tbo treat- Hocker, T.P. Illll, J. S. went of difficult cases U dependent ou the ' W. A. Trlblls, W.P.Waltou purity and freshness of the drugs Have J. U ColUsr.Crab Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Ml.Varnon his orders filled hero aud tbe result will bo highly satisfactory. M , O.Kluiort, Stanford. P. ltd J, Lincoln Co.; tir JKIi uLatns .M, guaraatcei at Viuuj't Viut btore. luintmiiui ":7:c ,.:" ..... Kim. narlnails o( COrL l)Itb ColluloSO (eft Owonsboro for San Francisco to bo ,ia .Vil?i! WUnnnaln. t - . u.. ' U8CU in vuu ram" mt i., B. K. Wearen & Son, Opp, CourMlouse, Stanford, Ky, orncaas. J 8. Uocktr. PrtalJent; J, J. McItoUrliiCatblir. A. A, MckUnnar AMl.tantCibler. ( ome to See Ur. Penny's Drug Store.