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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 25, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899082501_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 25, 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. 5p SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23. 1899 10 A. M. NO. 51 XXVIII. ANOTHER BIG SENSATION ! The Floods of Texas, The Dreyfus Trial and The Cyclone of Porto Rico Can't Compare With This ! Any Suit, of Clothes In Our Store For Only I. i J W iWWi There Is Nothing Whatever Reserved. This includes our $20, $18, $16.50, $15 and $13.50 Suits. Come early and get your choice. This will i 4. 1 Last Only Until Saturday, September 2nd, 1899. Our Stock is too Big and Must be Reduced. THE GLOBE, P. S. The HOHUITT'SHAD CL1KNT. IX&TITITBS A I'KAUIt. JL'IKJK MOltltOW KNOWS A 000 TIIINU. (To Ihs lUllw ol UelnUrlor Journal J. l. frohman & co., DANVILLE. LANCASTER. Biggest Line of Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes in the State. happy, It we had nothing to vox us. Hut Pa Is always lulklng about going to Kansus, hell or Texas." Sho wus encored by the udmlrlngnudlonce. FOXTALSK VOX BOHIIITT BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. l w. 1 r Ckaii OiiuiiAitu, Aug. 21 Police ooun coino and gone, nobody hurt; Jury NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. hung Are for duugorcus, bid woman, ono Bob Uurnsldo slabbed another Negro reckless Juror agalnt her. Sho told tno boforo the Hurled that sho killed fatally ut Lancaster. W. W. Sawyurs, a formor member of no ono thU time, but tboy might look out next lime. Trial 1st Saturday In the Legislature, died at Uarbourvlllo. At Hydon, A. II. Napier was shot September. She U going to brine two wltucsaos noxt time to substantiate bor and killed by Deputy Sheriff A. Ii. Morgan testimony. I tblnk be will win. Maggio Hudson, nged lli, was acciThe Institute contained a lovely lot I dentally shot and killed by her elder of beautiful ladles. I told tbom thought all bo ugly women married brother, William Hudson, at nnd that the pretty ones devote themJ. A. Carenter, of l'erryvllle, Is onu selves to school teaching. Tho Instiof the Citizens tute I a grand fraud and swindle on of the tncorioralor tho poor teachers, who have to leave Telephone Co., which has a capital of homo and pay board nnd.faro on the $2,200. It will run lines ull over Hoyle train, and on tho erlldrcn who loso five county. day, and tho taxpayer who foot tho Dr. Georgo U. Hood, who hud been bill and pay tho fiddler. 1'oor old walling upon small pox patients lu tho farmers, you have to turn tho grind upper end of Adair und Casey counties, stone whllo u man from unother State Ih down with tho disease In a pest bear off 970 of your hard earned mon- lioiuo. Georgo W. Albrecbt, editor of the ey. What uti outrage on Justice What un outrage on education. Why not Mlddleeboro News, Ut lieutenant und who quartermaster In thu tlh Kentucky, Is mime accomplished Kcntucklan would have taught tho teachers somo-thln- blated for a commission In the new vol und kept tho monoy ut home. A unteer urmy. Near Klrksvllle, Win. Croucher, child can talk In monosyllables, who can talk at nil. Many of tho teacher whllo feedlnir a thrcshlm machine. was Bay they learned nothing whatever. drawn Into thu cylinder, and had a leg Why not Prof. J. W. Drown, the most so badly torn thut thu member hud to elllclent primary teacher In Kentucky, be uinputated. hold that Institute? Somebody shnujd In remlttlni? for his nuncr. which ho run for tho Legislature In every county considers Indispensable, W. G. Lackoy, In Kentucky on n platform to repeal of St. Louis, writes: All eyes aro turntho Insiltuto feature of tho common outniRod fraud ed toward Kentucky nnd from the many school systo.n, the most Inquiries mado of mo since my return, upon teachers, children, and taxoayor 's books of Knntucky ! moro Interest Is manifested In Mr. now on tho statute olecllou than In the contests hero vxcollont I want to bo heard In your homo. There Is hero a In Kontucky paper on Psychology, tho most baseless atvery decided sentiment that Mr. Goe-bmoveu uiorn: vuU u science that ever Is amply ablo to cope with tho sitago. highway of this bicycle uation and take euro of tho consequenWhen three or four papers wo ro ex. ces. at once, Intended to Judge Morrow l.t'Ml IlllllTATlOX. cluding the city dttlllcs.ho said: "Glvo Dr. me tho INTKUIOII J0UrtSAh- -tt contains la the foreruuner to cuusuuiptlon. will cure it. ami man Doll a moro news In a coudensed lorm Itlcb-mopd. 1 R Goo-bulel Mt. Olivet voted dry by 2S majority. The cxen!es of disbursing pensions alone for the lUcal year wa $71.'l,.151.70 Fire utterly destroyed the business portion of Victor, Col., causing a loss estimated at 2,00(),(X)0. 1'onslons cost 8130,775,141 for the lis enl year sndlng Junu 30. The Ken tucky agency paid out 'H, 140,05:!. Although people foil over each other to heur him lecture at i u head, Inger-soleft un Cbiuto of less thun &1U.0OO. Gen. Davis cables from Porto Wco that tho loss of life In tho recent storm wus 1,000. Tho destitute numqer 100,- il The friends of Mrs. It. L. Elkln will bo glad to learn that she Is much Ira- proved In health. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Ilurnslde, of are here with relatives. Miss May Hughes will play In a social musi cal concert at Danville Friday night. Mrs. Htnma Kauffraan offers to sell her handsome rcsldcuce of 10 rooms on Danville Avenue. There aro 15 ,v. a. SSSPill iT .'.'CV, 1 1 I 1 i; TRUNK Stanford ha not hnd In years such an have. acres aortment of Trunks as we now. 000. A strlkoof Hlg Four engineers has been averted by an agreement between Chief Arthur und General Munugcr Scbaff. From London, England, to Dawson City, on the Klondike, in 17 day is tho new record made by u mining engineer from South Africa. William Welucl and Samuel Isley, unyofthem." Uvo u J udpo Morrow knows. glvo such strength to the luugs thut cough Twi-utUvo who say they rather or a old will not uttlo there. Ho also says tboy cuuat I'euuy's Drug Storu. at Crab Orchard than anywhere who said else are right. And tho man go ho had rather receive a telegram to go to to Crab Orchard than ono to was right, becauso Crab Oroh. Heaven ard always gives him a wurra welcome, but after reaching tho gat of Heaven ho wight bo sent to a warmer ono. Crab Orchard Is certainly a very girl great place. A little .. huld lu u composition: "Wo Uvo In two miles and a ball of Crab Orch ard, which Is but another uamo for Paradise, whero wo would bo perfectly Mr. Jackson was u nomlnco ou a demoeratlu ticket containing 13 nuines, und bo Is tho fourth ot those elected on thut ticket to die in office. m m Jailer John Jackson Is dead at UCH1IKI'JJ VtAllS. SI )eurs with u cougli, uuj silent hundreds of dollars with duclurs uud (or niedlclue lo no uvull uutll I ucd ur. This remedy Hell's uiuke weuk lungs strong. It hus saved uiy life. J. U. Uosell, GruuUburg. III. l sulTerud both Negroes, were shot to death,' near Urb.ina, O., by officers while resisting arrest on a charge of larceny. Whltecaps whipped the postmaster approval at I'eck, ria., who Is editor of u repubMaJ. W. H. Collier, son of Gen. D. H. lican paper, and cut off onu side of his Collier, has been commissioned captain o whiskers, bceaiieo ho employed a lu tho regular army. Ho will tlrst go to Dakota or Pennsylvania on recruitassUtaut. At uneidu, Teun , unaries west, a ing service, and when the regliueut Is member of u gang of regulators, wes made up they will sail for tho Philipkilled and David Akcrs, a follow whlti-ca- pines. Ho U u bravo, worthy young seriously wounded, while thu gang mau und his friends predict for him a highly honorublu career. was trying to run a man out ot town. When circuit court convened Monday President Kruger, of tho Transvaal republic, hus refused Greut Hrltaln's all tho otllccrs wero on hund ready to request for u Joint court of Inquiry to discharge their duttes, und Justice Is bottle their ill lie run cos and ut London asserting her claims. Judge Sau (ley's the belief Is expressed that thu differ charge to tho grand Jury was one of tho most thorough und complete over heard ence can only be settled by war. Five years aRO, Capt. Dreyfus was In our temple of Justice. It was intried ausl convicted by a court martial, structive, not only to thu people and charged with furnishing military Infor- tho Intelligent Jurors, but, also to tho mation to a foreign government, and lawyers. Jailor Ross has washed tho windows and tao house has sentenced to Imprisonment at Devil's court-houIsland. From the lime of his convic- a moro cheerful uppeurance. Thu tion there has been u constant agita- Juries uro composed of high grade cltl-zotion. Doubts of his guilt were expressThu trial of Huston Clark, for ed, and efforts made by his friends malicious shooting, resulted In a flue of without ceasing to secure u revision and retrial of tho caso. Tho revision $50. Tho following colored men wore wus scoured und the most sensational sentonced to the penitentiary: John trial of tho ceutury Is lu progress In Diamond, for house breaking, two Franco, years; Mont Kavanaugh, for breaking ' " Into u warehouse, one ycur; John WalTIIKEAULE. KI.SU Or ALL, UlllDS, lace, horse stealing, tbreo years, and, Is noted (or Its keen sight, clear und dls tluct vision. Bo are those peroui who uto for grand larceny, two years; Oscar Sutherland's EugloEyo Salvo (or weak eyes, Hicks, for malicious shooting und styes, soro eyes of any kloil ur grunuluted wounding, tbreo years. Tho trlttl of McCoy, for murder, was continued to d. Bold at Penny tilt vrcouU. next court. GIllls Praluur was Indicted lll.C.NDEK Al'KUlimUI. for murder, and tho trial Is sot (or Will oneurauwthurrilils Hum. SiU, Cut ur today, Friday, Urutw. Uutkleu'sArulia Salts, lbs Ut lu lbs lu apd wouiuily beat II world, will kill lbs Mm. Clinton Wlnburn was relieved Cures 01 J horcs, Fsurr bon, Uliwrs, llolli, I rlooi, Ills tur uoearih. of up ovarian tumor weighing 40 lWu. all bklu U) bobl by Cui guariUlwl, OulvUtla. a pounds by thr?o Richmond doctors. Z3t 1'euuy, lHul.l. Nc-3rp, so ns. of land, I pool, 2 cisterns, plenty of fruit und ull necessary outbuilding. I am thankful to J W. Hamilton for favors during my Of course his reference to mo us attending Kecl-e- y was a Jest, as it Is that I never touch Intoxicants, but when ho reti acted It, and bald that I attended the Lexington convention, he made tho matter worse. Squire J. A. Doty will not likely have any opposition fur the democratic nomination for representative, anil he will win In the final race by a handsome majority. Ho Is worthy, popular and capable and, being Identified with tho' iutcrosts of the county, his course In the Legislature will meet with general e. well-kno- 1 I :1 1 OUR LADIES' TRUNKS Ate Elegant, id biics "S to 38 inches, prices J1.50 to $15 I I I I I I I fii f I I f 'MP i i: I sS TELESCOPES, VALISES, Ac. Terms OASU. H. J. M'ROBERTS. I1cs.tonyii.li:, Ky., Any. 3, 1S90. s:H Messrs. Higglns & McKinney, will plctiso find enclosed chuck for one Tp'or Disc Plow, or in other words, the best plow thut I Gents: You have ever seen. plowing clover hind that was grazed last year and mowed this year. It is awful hard and dry, but tho old Ti"er is doing tho work for it, and don't you forget it. 1 would not bo without ono for anything in the bounds T inn of reason. "Wishing you and tho tiger Disc Plow great success, I T. L. OAKPEXTEH. Yours truly, am Cypress Shingles -- Iron Fence. AsCSlNE, Metal Roofing. ltt stanforp;ky a ( J Mill Work. J K R Tho colored Stato Baptist association If you wnt to go to Howling Groon tomorrow to hear Hrown, you can do so adopted resolutions denouncing tho on n pass by proper application separate roach law nnd virtually pledgGov. Bob Taylor Is red hot for Goo ing tho member of tho association to bol nnd In a letter to tho Madlsonvlllo voto for no candidate who doc not fa Mall expresses both hope and bollof In vor It rcpsnl. A committee was ap- pointed to confer with tho various canhis election. Tho Mississippi democrats yesterday didates for Stato oftlces. nominated tho Hon. A. II. Longlno for fooled. LAHD'AMD ST03X. governor. Tho platform Indorses Bry300 stock owe for sale. I". I. Bishop, It Is stated that John Young Drown adplatform and DEMOCRATIC TICKET. will tnako fiO speeches during tho cam an, the ChicagoGov. McLaurtn. tho Hubble. ministration of Every dity n birgnitnlny si Hoberl Ilnlcy sold to John Hays 11 palgn. Thollrstand last will bo tho When old Phil Thnmpion talked Kor (leTcrnor, same. Ho I tho only man In tha State about "trickery and corruption" in his bunoh of hogs at 31c WILLIAM flOEIIHL. ! lop load of 1,100 pound oattlo that can mako a speech ovur and over spoeoh calling that Loxlngton conven Tor Lieutenant tlewrwr. brought 0.4-- ut Chicago. 1IKCK1IAM. again without so much change ns tho tion to order tho rafters in tho building .1. a W. George Logan sold to .Matt Cohen, of The extremely low prices quoted on trimmer Good li to make a clean sweep nnd tor Atternty (lenerid, dotting of an lor tho crossing of n t. avo an oudlblo ro.ui Owuntoa Her not to entry over a singlo dollar's worth I. 1IKECKIXKIIHJR 11.. Richmond, u gray mare for il'2i. He did It In his campaign for governor, laid. Ior Afelltor, Congressman II. I). Clayton, of Ala- Georgetown Times roort sales Tho nrs (i coultku. Somi: papers aro wasting space tell bamn, will speak at Lancaster next of 00 cattle, l.luO plunder, ut 4ic. Kor TrtOT, All In how BUI Sweeney, tho roaring bull Monday, Dr. James V. Grant writes S. w. n.or.K. O. W. Jones will be In Danvlllo Sat- GnntnritciRtliiti n, tlunK Is shelf worn Il.irgjlus liiqunlitr ns well ni price ForSecreUryolSUte, of Marlon, has changed front with ref- us. Ho spoko nt Georgetown Monday urday afternoon with -- 00 good ewes. our counters nro hnrgnins counters nunc being more ) than another. C. 11HKCK 1IILV erence to Brown, but what docs It mat- last and his oloqucr.t effort made many-voteJames Thompson bought In Casey fnhtle Imtruetlan. rr Snrerlnlrmlfiit of MlTHKSXEY. ter? Sweeney Is a loud mouth gas bag and Pulaski u bunoh of fut hog ut 3 30 for our ticket. HAItllY and a small potato of n very poor varieto .'He. IV C6imlln of AKriealUre. Monday-Savi- ng TUinHWDHEAlTFAm. IOX II. XAI.L. ty, which grows few In tho hill. Thirty-thre- e mules obnngijd bunds For lUllrojJ (JomniMoncr, here Monday prices C. C JHCIIOKD. Czar IIf.kd Is a thrifty old soul. Ho Tho largest first day crowd In tho way from $73 at $100. ranging all the Itend every item to history of the Brodhcad fair was prestook good pains not to resign his scat For llepre'eiiUtlvf, 30 Ladles' French Woven Corsets, 21 to 2il, 40a. former prlcei II. Squlro Langdou, of Scleneu Hill. In Congress till ho made the pcoplopay ent Wednesday and It was so good that JI. V- north. Anything In Ladies' Short Wnlst CortoU 4Sc. former prices "ftc. 7o or 100 acres of grata for his European trip. That Is to say they came back yesterday and will do wants to runt tho same thing again today. The show land. Write to him If you have It. ho has drawn bis salary right along for IJeiuloy Bros, sold to William tho last six months without rendering of stook was A. I and tho races were of Lexington, u old Interesting and enjoyable. There was any equivalent. tho country fori for 813 and a no disorder to mar tho pleasuro of tho elicap 1'oreales, Windsor nnd Sea Inland brands, 5c, former price A CROWD that was variously estimatEditor Kkllkk, of tho Carlisle Mer- occasion and that tho present fair will 4115: Jtiit received a full lino Garniture Skirting nil sonde only OOo, former prices fl.lM ed at 1,000 to 4.000, drawn together by Best caitlo are worth Ale In CincinA few summer dress Skirts left in dirk nnd light linen nnd ddek, tu close, (We free lunch and curiosity, heard Nomi- cury, Is ill at case and keeps on stat bo tho best In every way thcro Is little nati, bent lion's lie, choice sheep 3c former prices II. nee Tuylor and tho other lc9scr lights ing his position. Como off, old man, reason to doubt. The farmers' running race tho first and extra lambs file. Stock sheep bring Solid I'upio in llirds Eye nn ISedfnrd stripe only 10c, former prlco If. of the republican ticket at tho opening beg pardon for your sins, jump in tho 100 Striped Cotton I'anlH, worth fiOe, cleaning out price Xlc. A few Linen Sulti for London Tuesday. democratic band wngon and we'll all day was won by Oscar Spoonamore, of 31 to lie. of the campaign at F. P. Bishop bought 3'X) sheep of difRockcastle, whose horso was as fleet men 81.00 to cIomj. 100 knee I'.ttits 10c to close. Ills was tho set speech of the occasion tako a rldo. as n thoroughbred. Tho trot was won ferent parties at 4.1 to 43 60 and sold to J. and after throwing bouquets to Gov. Tun Ilev. Kerf 00 1 wants to salvo his by Waller Tralnor, of Richmond, with C. Caldwell, of Boyle, 30 feeding cattlo Bradley and making love to tho L. It wounded spirit with lucro. Ho has sued N. and other corporations, ho launched Editor Lewis, of the Shelbyvlllo Senti- Proxy, n splendid goer. H. C. Wheel at 4c, Soptember delivery. Joseph Bales bought of R. B. Hutch-cra- Met's I'K.w MnesSJi. Mens nicschtil Drill Drawers, ribbed Ankle worth 30c. to into a tirade on tho McChord, Chlnn nel, for 825,000 damages for telling er, of Madison, got second and Will 330 spring lumbs at J", 00 per McKlnney third, with Tony Boy. Tom go this week for2'ic of the , and Goebel bills. The passage some pointed things about him. This Is tho highest price paid Francisco won the mulo race, which Is latter, ho said, was the crowning act of always an Interesting feature at a coun- In Bourbon county this season. News. infamy perpetrated by tho visclous N. K. Tunis, agent, sold for W. W. try fulr. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. Legislature of deformed democrats and A. G. Craig, of Marctsburg, won tho Wallace, his farm of 120 acres, near degenerate Americans nnd to the overJudgo Rives says the disaffection In Interior Journal's special premium Danville, to James MoKechnlo, re A truh In rnh liM.. Anything in Men's or Hay. Cm1i throw of tho unspeakable wrong ho Marlon doesn't amount to 100 votes. Linen I Int. only Vic for tho best display of fruit and the cently of Wayne county, for about pledged all the energlos of his life. All An Ohio democratic convention en "cheapest and best" will go to his ad Jut received nn olegtntnnd nobby lino of Lvlies' walking lists, cycle and golf other Issues he asserted, dwarf and dorsed tho candidacy of Senator Goe . Oscar Johnson, of Mlllersburg, has shnxvt 76c. dress regularly for a year. G. W. bcsldo it. dwindto into Insignificance Ch )ico ttil.n week ol Lsdlcs' trimmed h.it l)0c bel. Spangler, of Crab Orchard, who got sold to J. K. Norlhcutt two thoroughTho cue for his arguments seem to Reed has resigned as the certificate, also had a good display. bred Shorthorn heifer .'or and a have been gotten from tho Brown bolt- congressman from the 1st Maine dis The management Is In high feather bull calf for SoO. - Winchester 'speech contained nothing ers nnd his trict. over the prospects of a good dividend new and many things untrue. Ho was Tho rcpubllcaus In Garrard will nomWill Woodford has boughtof Grannls Andget prirei. We c in save you 25 per cent. Our Shoe nnd Clothlni? .ineV l. fi.ll Introduced by Judge Morrow. Pratt, inate candldato for representative on and it looks llko tho biggest yet will a bo declared. President Prothcroo Is Bro-t.- , of Fleming, 35 feeding steers at 01 ciioice ii.irgaiiii. Marshall, Powers and others also spoko the 23th. Ah ourspsci Is full wc cannot give prices, wo invite ymi to come and see for your, seeing personally to the sprinkling und 4.3.") per lb., with 810 premium on tho but little enthusiasm was created and Gov. Bradley has proclaimed the all tho dust that cun bo is being settled. lot. to be delivered In October. Paris self. no votes made, most of the crowd be first Monday in September labor day Secretary A. E. Albright Is as busy as Now. ing thick and thin republicans any way. and a holiday. Wills & Broadwcll bought about 25 a bee, while Treasurer J. Thomas CherBefore Taylor got through, leas than Mayor Sam Jones, of Toledo, has an- ry is kept busy dishing out the liberal mule colts at prices ranging from 815 00 peoples were listening to him and nounced his candidacy for governor of premiums. to 810. Good second rate mules brought Senator Deboe bad the thing adjourned Ohio on an Independent ticket. The Qheapnt Houe',in Town. about 82.1 for horse and $35 for mare Thero was another great crowd H hours before the time fixed. It was Tho Union Reform Party of Ohio but Mr. E. C. Walton, who colts Winchester Democrat. the cold, clammy and lifeless opening has nominated a full State ticket with & CO., sent tho above, rcturnod home nick Flo cent hogs aro here. Tbo man of a campaign which can but result in Seth Ellis at the head for governor. I unablo to write up tho who predicted this price Is now honor KA.NEY, Mannger T.D. last night and signal defeat for the g. 0. p. There Is very little defection from events of tho day ed is a prophet. The market has been Branch stores at Eliiabethtown..Elkton, Owenjhoro, Shelby vllle, Versailles, in Ohio Hards steadily tending upward. This Is the town, HopklnsTllle, Madlsonvllle, MorganBelil, (leorgclown Hurrah for Dr. Guerrant! We the regular democratic ticket Ky , Clarksvllle. Tciin. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS, highest price paid since August lfcflo. never could associate him with the set county. Herald. Same everywhere Hero Is one of Hogjaw Taylor' lie : Chicago Breeders' Gazette. o6oo6oo(T66?&croocro oifttr&cT(r&oo6o bo o o o o that Dominated him for school superinRev. Dr. James Duncan has declined Hon. D. L. Moore started for Coloral tendent and was sure there was somo "Our farmers Una for all they produce tho presidency of Randolph-Maco- n o o do last Thursday, to deliver 0,000 catmistake. He has shown that we did a ready market at the most gratifying College. o o not over estimate him by writing to prices." o The Kentucky conference will con- tle sold to some lurgc buyers it 820 2.1. o Editor C. M. Lewis publishes a card vene o the chairman of the committee that at Carlisle, Aug. 30, Bishop Key This is considered tho best s.ilo of the o o season as everything branded goes-co- ws, o notified him or bis selection, declining in the Shelbyvltlc Sentinel, expressing presiding. o to permit the use of his name, saying his regrets for the use of Intemperate calves etc. Harrodsburg Say o Eld. Joseph Ballnu will preach at o ings. Is a Presbyterian preacher and language with reference to Dr. Kerfoot. Willow Grove School-housthat be o next Sun o Brown will open his campaign at Mt Sterling. About 2,f00 cattle o not a politician. Mr. Richard Bibb, of FOKday at 3:30 I'. M. o In order to o on the market: quality only medium. this county, who thinks Guerrant tho Bowling Green Saturday o Rev. W. B. Gwynn has closed a proo greatest preacher on earth, will read counteract the effect that Goebel and tracted meeting at Lebanon Junction Trade was very brink, stockmen thinko o Blackcn'n will doubtless produco Mon o this Item with joy and gladness. ' with 40 accessions to the Baptist ing it the bet day of tho year. Steers o day. o weighing from SOO to 1,000 pounds, sold o That perennial nuisance and religAt Mt. Sterling Monday tho agent church. o Oils, &c., ious turncoat, "Rev." G.C. Overstrccl, Rev. Elijah Petty, pa,.lor of tho al4c: ycnrllngs, 4 to 4c; heifers, 31 o .ISO at o to 31c; cows .1 to 3c; bulls and stags, 3 o was appointed to 1111 the vacancy on tho for the large Goebel button sold o loo and could have sold more but hi Christian church alWUItam.town, will to 3!e: canners, 2e Between 4.000 and o ticket. o stock gave out. About a bushel of the tako tho stump for the democratio 0,000 sheep on thu market, which o ticket. o hands rapidly Ewes sold from Noel Gaines, of Frankfort, smaller ones .wore given away and Rev. E. L. Raney will preach at He- changed 81 Cait. 10; wethers 3c; lambs. 4 to 83.7i to recently appointed captain in the now worn. bron Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. 41c. About 300 hog avoraglng 150 r3-- 9 Mr. Brown's proposition to withdraw Ruv. W. M. volunteer army, has been assigned to pounds, sold to Cup Gillespie at 4c Britt will hold communion if Goebel will quit the race In tho the 30th Infantry. By the way his services at same placo at 3 o'clock In sentinel on recommendation of Gov. midst of his campaign Is nonsense re the afternoon. This service will close Bradley has caused another row and a duced to assinlnlty. If bo wants har- the conference year. rumpus in the g. o. p Gaines was mony let blm propose to join Goebel In Ruv. Win. Stanley, of Danville, who William Shclton, President. chief witness against the Hunter crowd submitting their claims to the demo- was a Confederate chaplain, say that Primary, Preparatory. Academic and Collegiate IVpartiueots, Muilr, Art In the bribery charges and It Is said crats of any county In the State and L'locu the Rev. Coleman' questions are gratlon and nnd Physical Culture. 31st year begin Sept. 4tli. Solid for' catalogue that old man Godfrey Hunter came abide tho result. Hopklnsvillo Ken- - tuitous and discourteous, that the to away back from Guatemala to prevent tucklan. MK3. .NAXXIK g. fi.lfFI.KY, Lady Principal. convention differed little from Twenty-tw- o years ago, George Dunn other political conventions, that liu Is tho conOrmatlon of a previous appointment of the captain and succeeded In was made a member of tho county com- for Goebel, becauso bo 1 brave and doing so. The governor has finally mittee, and has served continuously as wise, temperate and ablo and because carried hla point and as usual has ' Oitnli ni'n. alnmi rti.wlnrv ,Viti, tl.nn tin he the friend of the oppressed. Made from pure has only been absent at two meetings triumphed over his enemies. Tho South District Association Bapof the committee and has never failed to cream of tartar. Tins is tho kind of a record John voto the democratic ticket from stem to tists convened at "Tho Fork" church Young Brown will have to defcrd be- Btern at each election. Allen County with a largo attendance, Hon, J. L. This Is now the most up Gnllery in Central lu. reBruce, of Danville, was for tho 14th fore democrats: "In I860 ho bolted Times. food ce ntly equipped with the marvelous Anastiguiat Luiucs:Kentucky "navlm- - In op tical?. ' the nuw'dl,vrr consecutive year elected modcrator,and science I wish to say to tho Ladies that Breckinridge and voted in Congress Mr. Settle said In his Winchester with the republicans for the act that speech that tho most serious charge Ed II. Fox, of Danville, .was chosen beat Tllden for president in 1870. John that BUI Sweeney has brought against clerk. .. u mi. l..lM ...III M.A Alum baking powders are the greatest Just received a large stock of tho very mtnxctzt to health of the present dxy. ery to 1805, now ho Is Pennsylvania, and added: "If wo had strong temperance resolutions were Industriously engaged In trying to beat raoro democratic immigrants llko MrJadooted. MWUmiW NMH CO., KCW TOM. but no politics of any kind tho democratic ticket and put the re- Goebel and a few deraocruts llko Mr. wus indulged In. Four thousand com- publicans In power." Can anybody but owceney wouia emigrate, wo party . Xtnttamtta nna.ie until In in mutuants were represented. i ,c,u ..c. . u. ... :his locality bolero -- have to bo seen to bo appreciated Knlf a republican stomach this rotton a rec- mo state wouia uo much uetter ablo for frumluif from the shun ctttiiotoirrani il, on." .i HHcltil rtjiri'M'iitHtlvo of I Amnnnll.nlnt l.llui Vnyr French ''FIcur-Vl.Lord moulding siSdX " ..u s.wn '"ft' Baldwin, bead of tho great pi" (luxKlf V w Speaking of tbo London Hash In tho D. II. oidered Mats, French Water C'olors"anTal I I.,, Z',lhfble delicate pictures, Rcc- pin, Editor Landram says in his .,...,.. ano house, Is dead ut Cincinnati, aged GRUnER, HUflSELL & CO., iiulru a dainty Irauic, When In Danville, call and see",,, A dispatch from ShclbyvlUo BttJBi.. i.v CV. VvJ n ,d gA ..-.. 7rt r .1... Mercliuut Tullom, 117 Vot,7lli Street, niiiiiii..i " uiu. will save you money, that tho Baptists thero propose to In- i as to IjVuu luu uiauirs Ulnelunutl, U., mi. niuriiuLF. uuu u oia.uuu uru.... u whether or not a speech over m Third Street Opposite Post Olllco. Dnuvllle KV . , . . dict Editor C. M. Lewis for criminal gruin cuiuuiisaiuii uuiu pun jr uuiuk mv Will display Sample ut the 8t. Asapli Hotel I In fetuiiinril on tlio 23th of Kucli Mouth. libel for his strictures on the Ilev. changed a vote, but tho raging stump heaviest losers. Utted on. work. A high stato of cultivation. At tliosiimo time "Curfoot" as Uroy Woodton culls him. is always crowded by men of both par- j A vehlclu was, run down at a railroad All garmentImitoulljllltv with y Mini lilucu I will uImi tell irarMiiiulty, coil iiiltlllUun ties who want to tell tho dear "feller-slterzln- s" Mlug of Horms, Cattlo and I'urm ing Im- Cnll and exumliio latest Of course this Is all stutl. A preacher crossing In Seabrlght, N. J., and three doing ljiulnw how It Is. Wo would rather ' tiauiples lull and Winter, ItMMVOU. SI piemeni. who would abuse a man llko Kerfoot were killed und three Injured. I will alio kell SO neren of Timbered Land i tako a beating than to bo mado to lis- - j persons ut thu lumu time und place, All Kusslu U alarmed ovur the cur-ruten to a political speech or u temper- Terms mailu known ou duv of nulo. FuViio Sib of Land And Personalty matter what was said about him. ,, belief that the end of tbo world Is It. H. TUUKHir. icuvuru. llu.lonvlll.', Ky, T. I). KnglMi, Auct'r. near und thousands have given up work MniHtmV It, il trfirwl miin unit n Iuucu Goebulsald to th&Cinclnniitl Kg entirely. Tho democrats uro rc- capable Judge, but ho has a bad habit Enquirer: On account of mi VXtrCDUl IlL'O und III At Fordyce, Ark., a Negro pleaded liealtl I will on of talking through his hut. In his 8K)ndlng grandly to our speakings, and guilty of having committed u murder speech ut London Introducing Mr. Tay- tho untbuslusm Is great. WcclncNdny, Sept. thu 6th, for which two men were lynched four lor, ho said that Kentucky would give I'laukburo.hus suffered much physlcul-l- y, years ugo. Uuglnuliiir nt 10 a. u on the preinl.vi. oI'lt but ho lias been encouraged all republican ticket 20,000 majority. the to tlio highest und tx.l bidder Gen. Otis explains that tha 11 juou of Even tho dogs laugh at such predic- along the lino by the turn-oand thu -- Itn Infantry who woeu recoDtiy 1IY TAX CDJ1TAWIM3 3C0 ACBSS, tions as that and the woodcock goes oil cheers of the boys, und Is leading hit n and ticket to victory. Everything looks drowned became ! and commits felo do so. Of.plendldlaud, sltuulud on tlio llu.ton- vino k uruuioruiviiiu iiiko ubout two mile. encouraging wherever wo huvo been In jumped from'thu boat. I A corporation Is being oiganlzed In Wct of llu.tonvlllu. Tlio farm Is well wiTbo campaign headquarters of tho L. tho State. Tho democrats of Kentucky I ttered And Dealer in luinrovumviiu capital of $20,000,000 to bUlliigund aluiprorcd. thudwelling, & N. bolters will bo In Louisville, posof lurg brick are arousod to tho seriousness of the thu East with Ouiy the best compaulcs reprcseiilcd, buv unund oncruto drv iroods and du und nucexury oJtbulldlugn, uUIngood burn excellent sibly either In John Whallen's 13uek or situation, and will bo al the polls In ' partmuot stores throughout tbo IXAHNZ3S, 3ADDLEr.Y, &0. 12 ltiiUiries solicited. lepulr. There aro seven never-fulliGen. Duke's studio. I November to win." iqirlugs ou tbe phce uud tho lund all in u 11. 1). MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. 8TANKOKD, KY. tickled to death over Gen. Taylor ipeech, which It THE INTERIOR JOORML contrasts with "tho foeblo and cqulvo- eating addresses of Gocbal and Illnek- burn." It Is hard for tho astute Stanford. Ky., Aug. as, 1899 Knott to hlda Ms republicanism, which ho endeavor to do In order to foul such democrat as aro fools enough to bo W. P. WALTON. t Editor Knott I - Grand openii i 365 Days in the Year. THE LOUISVILLE STORE OUR QUICK SALE SYSTEM ! s Brilliant Chances. SI2C PAGES Ag-ne- w, live-ye- four-year-o- YOUR . CHANCE l'-'lc. 1 ! Ladies' Oxfords at Only 49 Cents. ft hut-drc- d. Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Gts Line of MEN'S 411,-00- 0. i'-l'- Look at Our SHIRTS. The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY yes-tcrda- y, Proprietors. 6 GO TO Moberts, tl)e Druggist, -- e Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and At The Lowest Cash Prices. oooooooooooooooooojoonoooooonnooonnn - Stanford Female College I Lou-Isvl- llo RoVal against alum & Baking Powder Safeguards the 1 THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. L" I THESE LENSESf FLATTER. latest Designs t) jVJouldigs, J. MULCHHY, -.- ,.,. lliUiiu-iluulii- r J.C.)VlcCti-;fterJJg nt , FIRE, i rui ' ut panic-stricke- AOOIDBHT INSURANCE. ... UNDBaTAKB-il- . Swrfvi.J.;.-i- . . ...f-tK- I a ,.m .., i il.Mi u vp $pPT57 l! 3 Till? INTERIM lnilRMA! lllJj ill 1 JJlllUll uUUlUulU ron.es of newborn that It ha. sub shitted, containing every assault upon the Democratic party and Its candidates that malignity and mendacity can invent. Stanpokd. Kv.. - Ann 2$. 1899 "Indeed, tills year the people of Kentucky are plainly told by the president of the and Nashville Ilntl road company, Mr Mllon 11 Smith. In W. P. WALTON. nn open letter, that that corporation Is e.iKagrd In tli effort to defeat the Demoeratlc party nnd Its candidates; '"' " i and. that It will delist f n m this effort only when a p'.edgo Is glren not to do anything to which thoie who control the nffalr of that corporation object. "In other words, the owners of this 'orporntlon. which the penplo of Kentucky rreated by net of their general iissembly, nvsumc to decide for the I ' 'aaaaaab, Mis aaflaaaw . LYa aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBat.BBBBBW- t IHBOftflBssr - whnt licople of tho commonwealth laws shall, nnd whnt laws shall not. bo enacted, and what laws shall, nnd what laws shall not. be enforced. "There Is. therefore, distinctly nnd unequivocally presented to the people of Kcnttirky the question whether their laws ihnll be made nnd rxooutcd Iv themselves. throiiK.it their duly chosen servants, or whether tho of the sovereign powers of gov- eminent shall be turned over to the r ott powerful corporation In the com- - ' SENATOR GDEBEL Outlines the Issues of the Campaign. The keynote In the Kentucky state campaign was bounded at Mayfleld on Saturday, Aug. 12. by Hon. William (ImImI, Democratic nominee for governor. Six thousand of the stalwart Democracy of Grave, the banner Democratic county of the state, gathered at tbo county sent nnd gate enthusiastic welcome to the standard bearer of the party. henator Goebol. In his speech, clearly the Isiuis of the campaign, arguments were telling nnd clear. During the delivery of his peroration. Mr. Oocbel was momentarily overcome by the Intense heat, an Incident which for a time caused some alarm. He was compelled to give way to Senator monwtnu.i. "I do not believe flint the people of Kentucky arc ready to abandon government of. by and for the people, and to substitute therefor government by the Louisville nnd Nashville Railroad company, for the benefit of the RothsHut that childs nud the Ilclmonts. question must be determined In this contest (Applause. "There Is no fact better established than that during the canvass preceding the recent Democratic state convention, nnd during that convention, nnd Nashville Railroad the company left undone nothing within Its power to control the action of Hint convention. That that attempt failed Is sufficiently attested p the platform adopted nnd the ticket nominated by the convention nnd the open letter of And when this Mr. Milton II. Smith. corporation fnlled to control the Demthen Its ocratic state convention, ngent nttempted to break up Hint to prevent tho convention, In order nomination of cnndldatcs upon tho platform that had been adopted. "Tending the Democratic canvass the I Republican state newspaper organ, tho lxnilsvlllc Commercial, on March SI, Nnsh-define- . ' conccrnnK the Louisville nnd vllle Itallrond company nnd d I. h f I! , up to Its neck, nnd the tact is or great interest ana concern to the people of this state. Thnt It Is Blackburn, who made an eloquent de- a menace to the public welfare is not fense of the principles of Democracy. open to n doubt. That It li n flagrant propriety for a corpora- And at Its conclusion. Senator Goebel violation of Is a common carrier nnd tton which finished his masterly address. which enjoys tho use of n vnlunble The Immense meeting was held In public franchise to thus Invade the of politics Is equally clenr. That the shadclci courthouse yard ut It forebodes consequences to the busl and despite the great heat, the ness interests of Kentucky of the auditors remained to the very Inst. gravest significance will not? be denied by nny citizen who will reflect On the platform was noticed an Imnnd tho existing J. upon similar It Is situation wheh note menso picture of Hon. William has to that how Ilryan, which the crowd cheered again prevailed In other stntes Just precod- I ing their domination by the railway nnd ng.iln. Senator BUckburn and Senator Goe-b- Interests.a " 'If railroad corporation may were escorted to the speaker's boldly set about to nomlnnte a candiMaml by Hon. Samuel Crossland and date for governor without Indignant Judgo J. II Robblns of Mayfleld. nnd overwhelming protest from tho thu people. It will of course not stop nt so Tumultuous cheering greeted beginning In the modest party. Mr Crossland acted as chair- political npower. If It needs exercise of n goternor address to do Its will. It nerds also a legisla man, nnd In hit Introductory priture, and railroad commissioners, nnd eulogized Mr. Goebel's public nnd nnd n complete an vate record. Mr. Crossland also scath- staffattorney general,state officials. And of subservient ingly referred to the bolter's meeting nt If It mnv hni'A nnit nwn n unvornnr It Mayfleld. may have nnd own nil tho others. It war "I now Introduce to you, gentlemen, i need not ston half uu-- In Its determl- said Mr. Crossland. "ntir "ndldate. I nauon io cumrui Inwgiimukiuk aim me courg0 nml execulu1 of tn(J Senator Gocbel. who will lead our light u w not- - For )r t mny control In In the coming campaign, who will help i legislation nnd then In executive dtrcc- to tho sen- - I tlon. It mny ultimately fix by law Its us to nssuro the OWI1 rlCS llir I ate of Hun. J. C. S. Ill.Vh.irn on, I ami passengers, lie compel "1 uvlKllia every bus nnd carry to n glorious victory the banner iness interest in Keniucxy to pay mo-ut- o to ita Insatiate greed. of W. J. Ilryan," Cheers. " 'Tho Commercial utters this note Mr. Gocbel said: of Kentucky, entering of warning to the people great 'Fellow Citizens: -We are ..,... . n upon me II.I-- f fusumut at. a mcui ..u- - and it admonishes tho to bo railway uik iniuni ehlcllv whlrh nnncars tlonal "corrupt" corrupting "orce. ' concerned tint It "ft TnterlnB upon a 1S96. tho mny noml-'- i campaign. It ot dangerousgovernor, thnt but It will subsc- n, i note for government i quently face nn Infuriated people at nso of tho masses of frnudStho - tho poll. It will not be permitted to i?enn,rkT. c leetornl ' govern.,, ,.state. , It would better not this l L,!:iSr0ingtX. .., leiiliy iu nut " "; vote from Ilryan ami irnnarcr it io ' "When that editorial wns published MeKlnlev: to nrcvont the election to loHders tho federal senate of Illackburn. Ken- - the Republican party Nashville feared Railtucky's foremost chnmplun ot bimetal- that the Louisville and If It controlled tho perroad company, lism, and to subject Kentucky state convention, would Democratic of Hannn-Ismanently to the domination and Huntcrlsm, and all thnt they desert tho Republican party, and fall to support It with the sinews of war Imply. In the approaching election, because if l'OK OK DKMOCIIACY. thot corporation could control the Illg Itullwuy Curporutloii Arraigned Democratic couventlon, Its dictate Ub candidates, platform nnd nominate For Dipping In rolltlra. It would liuvo no need of the Repub"In 1890 the most effective Instrulican party In Kentucky. ment that aided In fraudulently taking "Notwithstanding tills warning of Kentucky'! electoral vote from Ilryan tho Republican stato organ, tho I.ouIs-vlll- e utd giving It to McKlnlcy was tha and Nashvlllo Railroad company Louisville and Nastnlllu Railroad comhas undertaken tho Job ot electing n pany. Today the chief Inllucnco Uiat governor and other state officers; but Is endeavoring to repeat the foul work It Is nttemptlng to elect, not the Demof 18'JC Is tho Umlsvlllu and Nusbvllle ocratic, but the Republican candidates. Railroad company. Now, as In 1896, "Thla attempt Is u 'mennco to tho tho means employed to this end aro public wclfaro;' tho U)ulsvlllo and tho ' .SraT.ft.m.dat.oVrr.r 'employea ' 2SS la In politics May-field, cl . . 1 . "u appears, therefore, that nt least one railway corporation In Kentucky lloatto1 view. rlllWCllll U,e A nem0a,lc ta,e Ha nt-H- is monetized and gold was mnde the sole primary money. The volume of primary money was thus cut In half; the vnluo of all things measured In money was likewise cut In half, and ihe valuo or purchasing power of nil credits r-doubled. This act was done In the Interests of the holders of the bonds and other securities of tho American people. It don' Vi !h- - value or purchailns ilcbi American pe 'pie pnwei r.wed It ileu'tCiCMl nt least une-hnthe vn tie cf all p cperty that the American pecple possesied or might produce. The creditor nation of the world In 1S73 was England nnd there the meat bulk of American securities wnt owned The Unlttd States was the grcnt debti ; nation. The act of 1873 Impcsed upon this country the ryifm of the greatest That creditor of this cou- .ry. svttem Is an much a Biltlsh tvstem nor na It was In 1S"3 An American policy should replace this Ilrlttih Thin etn only be done by rrtor-Irsilver to Its con tltutlonsl lilac- - as n rnor.ey ra?tnl. Tre blmetalllst r.sks othlni from cove Trent upon this tubjTt except to the wrong It t dore He prowls no mere He u,)nn n return to m of the founders t'.ie wise cenjerva cf the reab ::. The struggle for thi return to this system has now continued for a quarter of a century That struggle must succeed. The demonetization of silver was n fraud upon every ecry soltent man a theft from every honest debtor; a robbery from laborer and producer. It was done by nvarlce. and will be undone by Justice. The Democracy of Kentucky, now as In the past. In this contest slues wun the struggling masses who produce the wealth nnd pay tho taxes. The Republican party now, as In the past, ranges Ittelf with the Idle holders of Idle capital, with the bondholder nnd the money changer. The Democrats of Kentucky declare that their faith In blmetnlllsm has been vindicated by events; thnt the necessity for the restoration of tho double standard was acknowledged by President McKlnlcy nnd the congress when, In 1897, a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid us In blmetnlllsm, that the failure of this commission to secure European establishes the fact thnt tho free coinage of silver can come nnlv thrniinh the Indenendent nctlon of the United Stntes, and that the local ratio of 1C to 1 Is the only ratio at which bimetallism can be restored, nnd thnt opposition to Ihnt ratio Is confined to those who on pore bimetallism nt any ratio, and to those who Ignore the reasons which to led three national conventions adopt It. "And In order to emphasize, as nothing else could emphasize, their conviction anJ purpose with reference to this great question, the Democracy of Kentucky hnvo In their platform nominated ns their candidate for the presidency next year William Jennings Ilryan. nnd ns their cnndldntc to succeed William Lindsay In the federal Great senato Joseph C. S. Illackburn. cheering. as effective to crush the operations of the trusts In this atnte. In both the home of representatives and the senate every Republican vote was enst against this bill. It failed of passage In the senate solely because there, proved two members, elected as Democrats, Joined with tho entire Republican membership of that body In voting ngalnst tie, lf moro-metal.i- c - pol-Ic- v 1 1 -- i.'o r.t ord of the Republlcnn party In both nation and state, the Republican platform In Kentucky declnres, 'We pledge, the Republican party to the ennctment of all such laws as may be necessary to prevent trusts, pools, etc, etc. "And Mnrk Hannn, the real head of the Republican party In this nation, the gatherer nnd dlsburscr of the Immense corruption fund used to mnke McKlnlry president, which Included $1,000,000 contributed by tho sugar trust, Hannn, the agent through whom the powers of government were by tho Republican pnrty bartered to the contributors of this fund, In order thnt they might not only reimburse but magnificently compensate themselves by levying tribute, through un equal laws, upon the people, lianna himself one of the foremost manipulators and beneficiaries of trusts, nctu-fillhad the recent Republican state convention In Ohio to denounce the y It. Notwithstanding this rec- trusts. "The Republican party has become merely the political agent of tho money power nnd the trusts. It holds power now, nnd hopeB to hold power In the future, solely as the result of the use of Immenso corruption funds contributed by the money power and the trusts, and It uses tne powers or government chiefly to repay the contributors of those corruption funds. It exalts money, the servant; It debases Applause. man, the master. Lincoln's Wanilng. "The growth of trusts and the policies of the Republlcnn party forcibly recall the language of one of the great men of that party. In a message to congress In 1861 Abraham Lincoln said this. " 'Monnrchy Itself Is sometimes hinted at as n possible refuge from the power of the people. In my present Hon. Oodfrey W. Hunter turned out majority the the largest Republican county ever gave. Is nothing better known than "There the fact that In 1896 no definite knowledge could be had as to what was the Republican majority In the Eleventh cenrresslonal district for a week after the clectloti. Tho reports as to what that majority w.is were changed every day. nnd the Republican majority grew It Is reasonably with every change. certain that If the returns of tho election In 1S9B from the other parts of the state had not yet reached Frankfort the returns from the Eleventh congrcsslonnl district would still bo held back. In 1896, In tho Eleventh congressional district, the requirement of the law thnt the election officers should be divided among the political parties contesting In tho election was wholly disregarded. The records of tho Hell county court show this remarkable fact concerning the election of 189C. One of the precinct election officers appointed by the county Judge of Hell county for one of the precincts of the town of Mlddlesboro wns Hon. Daniel O. Colsnn. then the nenutillcan member of congress for that district In that and n candidate for election. Is it any wonder that n majority of 10,000 was turned nut for McKlnlcy In that district? The wonder Is that the majority was not 26,000. A Ilemeily. "In only one way could Indefinite repetition of these frnuds be prevented. Thnt vny was by changing the appointing power so ns'to render It certain that at every voting precinct In the commonwealth the Democratic party would be represented by two real Democrats, ns well as the Republican party by two Republicans; and this the new law does. Applause. "Many misrepresentations were utabout this new tered nnd published law. It was asserted that no penalty for offenses committed by election officers was provided by the new law, and consequently there was no law providing punishment for such Hut in the suit to test the validity of the 'nw the appellate court ad- I j position I could scarcely be Justified were I to omit raising n warning voice against this approach of returning des- pbtlsm. It Is hot needed or fitting hero genera, argument .should bo mn.iA ir. n.n. ,r nnmtinp Its one pont mi ,,. tnere (g imrinnvwl wtth tnnsteonnec-nretenn others nni n t0 WhjCh i Bsk n brief nttentlon. It place capital on an Is to the cBor. t0 equal footing with. If not above, labor It Is In the structure of government. nssumed that labor Is available only capital, that noIn connection with body labors unless somebody else owning capital somehow, by the use of It, Induces him to labor. Labor Is prior to nnd Independent of capital. Capital Is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed If labor had not first existed. Labor Is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher judged, as the advocates of tho law had contended, that the penalties provided by the original Becrct ballot election law remained In force nnd were . , nt PUADI.Y TKLVrS. Policy ot the Democratic ami Republican I'artlc Aptly Compared. "The Democratic platform pledges the party to renewed efforts to suppress the trusts. It declnres In favor wt nn nmnmlmpnt - , "fP.ih 'fiSS1 I In thA Htltl.trilflt statute- now on the statue books mak ing nonenforclble any contrnct mado by nny trust, or any member of nny trust, with n view to fix or regulnte In other prices or control production. words, no trusts, and no member of nny trust or combination, shall bo permitted to recover In the courts of the commonwealth the price of nny article that Is the product ot nny trust. "The trust Is among the greatest ot the evils of the time. Trusts aro formed nnd operated through corporations. The corporation Is a creature Theoretically all of the government. corporations nre created for the public good. When they nbuse their privileges nnd menace the public welfaro laws should be enacted to prevent the nbuses or to revoke the privileges abused. "Tho tendency of the trusts of this day Is to produce a condition like that which was produced by what was known ns the feudnl system In Europe 400 nnd COO years ago. Our histories teach us that in that time nnd under that system nearly nil wealth which then consisted largely In land wns owned by a select class known as tho nobllty. The great body ot the peoplo were tenants and servitors upon the land, many passing with tho land llki the cattle upon It. With tha development of constitutional liberty the feuThe trust ot dal system disappeared. this day tends to Impoverishment of the many to enrich the few. It means consideration. It Is onlv throuch the narty of Jef- fcrson and Jackson thnt this nation can be saved from complete subjection to the money power and the trusts. Cheers. "The Democratic platform approves of, and the Republican platform demands tho repeal of the statute amending the election lnw enacted by the last general nsscmbly. Tho gist of that statute Is that it takes from tho county Judges and confers upon three In each county the commissioners power to appoint each year the precinct election officers that are to conduct elections, the county commissioners being appointed by a state board of three commissioners chosen by tho general assembly; KLKCTIOX LAW. m the Democratic narty, "The true reuson for this course ot the most powerful monopoly of the commonwealth is found not bo much Im tltn tirnti.iiilpil nnnrnhenittnn ill hns . ... ...w .. tile etnto legisinuon lor no sucn leg- Is or has been proposed but (station In tho fact that those who own und control that corporutlon have a greater Interest than nny other persons on earth Iu the maintaining of the Blnglo villi- ,.-..t- - , I standard. "Tho Ixmlsvlle und Nashville Ral company U controlled by the llol- road nionts. who aro und for mnuy yeara have been the American reprcseutn-- , lives of tho Rothschilds. Mr, August Helmont Is tho chairman oi tne executlve board of tho directory of tho Louisville nnd Nashville Railroad gold The Cleveland-Carlislsnlo contract was signed 'August com-Eany. e , Ilelmont & Co., on behulf of Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons of Loudon, and themselves.' "None have u greater Interest In mulutulnuig the Blngle gold standard than the Rothschilds and the becuube they are tho largest AVerli'nn securities o i mth The agency through which they W.WJXr&&JKt$2lZ ""fiVer W thut inrporat.ou employs every known engine ot coercion and, Intltnldtitloi gainst the Democratic party. "Now, ui Iu 1896, It uses the ruonej fathered by It from tho people ot Ken. lucky to tnd broadcast over tho ot free many thousand roud company. Now, ns In 1M6, , chase of special privileges and use of tho power thus acquired to plunder the mnsscs of thu people. It enables Its operators to control both producIt robs protion und consumption. ducer, consumer and employe nllke. It means what the concentration ot great wealth In tho hands of the few has meant In all ages nnd In all countriesthe making of mere dependents of tho great body of people, depriving them of all hopes of progress or Independence. It Is founded In heartless greed, nnd Is nt wnr with fundamental principles cf republican Institutions and the dearest rights of mankind. Republican government can not coexist with complete domination ot tho trust. Carried to Its logical conclusion, the trust is moro destructive of individual state' although It has undertaken Independence than n monarchical form Applause. Either tho people tho Job, of government must control tho trusts or the trusts SILVKIt AN ISSUK will rule the people. ,....,... , iiL.tr..,,, t...... . ,....u,... . ..."The chief means through which iwmunij ii... trusts nre established and maintained or tbo White Metal. single gold standard and a high ..Tno platform adopted by tho De- nro tho tariff. Tho Democratic parn,0Cracy of Kentucky this year Is as protective always has been unalterably ty Is and uni.(,uvocal a defiance of all opposed to both, tho Republican party cjear tno force8 ot monopoly nnd conceu-gol- d Applause. responslbe for both. tratfll wealth ub tho national platform Is "The Sherman anti-truof ma ,tgcfi u reaffirms without law enacted by cougress contains c uuniniCation that national platform, section declaring that no proceeding Jnd igi,ia upon the Independent free under It allver at tho ratio of 16 to shall bo Instituted tho United except States iu"Mnncv - upon direction of ,,,... of Is a measure Is of value, u rao- district attorney for tho district In It nn established which tho proceeding Is brought, or economic principle that us tho voluuio upon tho direction of tho attorney genof primary money, which la tho basis era, ot the United States. No grand of all business exchanges, decreases, can act Independently under the tho valuo of all property measured In Jury The law has been a dead letter law. the medium of exchange decreases. ever since Its enactment. It never was And as tho volume of primary money Intended to be enforced and never will Incrcuscs, tho value of property measAlso, an bo by a Republican administration. ured In or by It Increases. "Mr, Attorney General Griggs has tho amount ot primary money Is leshis sened, tho purchasing power of thu publicly declared his reason for antithe the faunda- failure to enforce that federalfederal dollar Is the trust statute to be conatiu ted primary government can not suppress them, and that tho tiuet question Is oue that must bo dealt with by the states themreeeived at .he mints without discrim ination against either metal, and with- selves. the Ust session ot tho Kentucky "At out charge tor mlntuge. In 1873, without demand therefor from any political general assembly tho Democratic majority of He house of representative matparty, without discussion of tho bill, offered by an anti-truter, without open or public demand passed Uradburn of Rowling lireeu, Mr. frc I uuy business Interest, but secretmy Judgment, would bvo ly and surreptitiously, sliver was dtr which, in torruptlon cf government, the pur- XM'S.'aMff ........ Its Heal Provisions uml Workings Aro Lucidly Explained. "This statute was rendered necessary by the frauds by which the vote of Kentucky was In 1896 taken from Ilryan and given to McKlnlcy. By what means were these frauds In the election of 1896 committed? By the deliberate and systematic violation ot the most Important provision of the secret ballot election law, designed to prevent frauds, namely, that provision which directed thnt at each voting precinct there shall be a division ot tho election officers among the political parties contesting In the election. There never was a secret ballot election law enacted anywhere that did not contain that safeguard against fraud. Why Is that provision so Important? Because by other provisions of the law It Is directed that Immediately upon tho closing of the polls the ballots shall be counted, nnd Immediately upon conclusion of the counting the ballots shall be destroyed, and then the voter Is prohibited from testifying In any proceeding, civil or criminal, how ho voted. It Is obvious that under such a system. If election officers act corruptly, they can with impunity make the result of an election what they choose without reference to how tho votes were cast. The ballots being destroyed, and the voter prohibited from testifying how he voted. It Is Impossible to prove the fraud. When the olIic.cs arc divided among the political parties, the representatives of each party can sec to It nnd If they nro that no honest they will see to It false count In the ballots Is made, and they will refuse to Join In certifying uny other thnn tho honest result. "From tho time tnat tne mil tor tno nj st '"i. "E n.r election law was offered In the senate, every time I hnvo publicly said anything about this law 1 hnvo stated this fact. In the election of 1896 tho election officers of the city of wero so appointed that at over 40 precincts there was not a single election officer tor Bryan. This statement has never been questioned by any one. Under these circumstances a majority of 13,000 wob turned out In Jefferson county for McKlnlcy. It would hnvo been quite as easy to bavo made tho majority Z3,uuu. ana. mere can uo no doubt that If the Democratic majority In tho First and Seebnd congressional districts had not been underestimated by tbo Republican party leaders and their allies In that contest the McKlnlcy majority In Loulsvlllo and Jefferson county would havo been much ! tlm.i I irna Wn hnvn Ida nil. thorlty ot Hon. John S. Rhea for this fact. Several weeks before the election of 1S9B It uecame Known mat tne lie- nnbllean county judge of Monroo couuty had grossly violated the law requiring a division of the election officers. Mr. Rhea's brother and a friend went to Tompklnsylllo, tho county seat of Monroe county, and called the nttentlon of the county Judge to this violation or tne law, una demanded a division of the election of- fleers. Tho county Judgo promptly agreed to comply with the demund, and told the Democrats to select their list OI Oinceis, wiiicii luey uiu, mm 1117 jut's appw.nt'd tbem Ca the eveulus Wore the lection this county Judsd revoked the Appointments thus made, reappolutcU the officer.) be bad appelated, and the next day orlg-laally eL"L iSBiw It was claimed that because the new stat ute did not provide for appeals to the courts from decisions of election contest boards In election contests, therefore that right was destroyed, put tho court of appeals decided, ns the Democrats contended, that the right of appeal to the courts remained unaffected In every case In which there was such right before the new law was enacted. "The Repjbllcan platform declares that the law 'commits broad power to irresponsible commissioners not chosen by or accountable to the people for their acts. To whom Is a county Judge In nny of the mountain counties having large Republican majorities re sponsible? Ana wnai wouiu sucn a Judge care for criticism because ho had nnnlntlni? plpetlon officers, di vided them among the old political parties? Under the old law the action of the county Judge In appointing election officers could not be reviewed, nor could he be removed from office nor be In any wise punished for disregarding of the law governing the appointment bo election officers. There can scarcely power Imagined n more Irresponsible than that conferred by the old law upon the county Judge. "But the new law empowers tho state commissioners to remove from office at any time nny county commissioner, so that whenever any county commissioner violates the law there Is an Immediate remedy by bringing the matter to the attention ot the state board. "It was said this law was without precedent, but In Ohio the Republican party has for years had in operation a law which vests In one man. the secretary of state, the power to appoint county election commissioners for all counties In tho state save those containing the large Republican cities, and In those excepted counties, which usually go Republican even when tho state goes Democratic, the power to appoint the election commissioners Is vestwl In the mayors. The Republican press of Ohio, of course, continues to denounce the 'Infamous' Kentucky election law. "In Virginia, the home of Jefferson, the father of the Democratic party, the general assembly at every session, by Joint resolution, appoints a board of three election commissioners for every county In the commonwealth, who In turn appoint tho registration nnd election officers. Mahonelsm has given tho people of Virginia a proper appreciation of the importance of this subject, and they have therefore placed It upon the 6ame plane with the highest function of government the exercise of the sovereign legislative power. "In Tennessee, the home of Jackson, than whom there was no greater Democrat, nor truer man, the governor annually appoints three election commissioners for each county, who In turn appoint the election officers. The people of Tcnnesseo have had a longer frauds with Republican experience under a secret ballot system than have Kentucky, and that extno people of perience has taught them what Is necessary to prevent those frauds. Phase of the Opposition. I "I have confldcnco not only In tho wisdom, but In the Integrity of John W. Daniel nnd compeers of Virginia, and Isham G. Harris, Benton McMll-llRobert I Taylor, William II. Bate of Tennessee. nnd other Democrats Their brand of Democracy Is good enough for me. even If it does not suit the tastes of Mr. Heury Watterson and Colonel W. C. 1. Breckinridge, and I believe that these Tennessceans and Virginians have at least as much honesty ns W, Godfrey Huutcr. W S. Taylor nnd other Republican party Applause. of Kentucky. . leaders 'The character of tho opposition io thla lnw Is the best evidenco or its necessity nnd wisdom. Every conupt nnd malign Influence In tho commonwealth or out of It that concerns Itself I with our elections opposed tho enact- ment of this law, denounces It now. nnd demnnds It repeal. When the bill for tbo law was penuing me rauroau ' lobby, tho bock trust lobby and every other corrupt Influence at trankfoit " L. "k'.j Every Inlluence and agency that fouaht tho Democracy in ib'jd aim ueipeu io steal Kentucky's vote opposed the enactment ot this law, and Is against it now "The best test of any law Is Its prac tical operation. In November ot last venr we had an election under this law. It Is conceded that that e ectjoa i wns as fairly condueted as any election I ever held In the commonwealth. Two i contests for seats In congress giew put 01 mat eicinuu, uuiu tumnw ..v... made by the Republican candidates, but In neither case was there nny claim ot wrong under or by reason ot this law. Judge Jones, the Republican candidate tor Judge ot the court ot ap ?PP""U' 1 J n, u-- peals last year, mada opposition to thla aw the basis of his canvass. He was defeated. Neither he nor any one elso has even pretended that wrong of nny kind contributed to tho result. This Is a complete answer to every objection that has been made to this law. "Governor Bradley In his message to tho general nsscmbly that enacted this law recommended tho enactment 01 n new election law to prevent election frauds, ""ho bill for the new law eild not meet .Is views and he vctcrJ It but even he has declared that the new law Is better than the old law, to platform dewhich the Republican mands a return. man "No doubts that but for this law Judge llotison would not now bo Judge of tho cr urt of appeals. No doubts thnt but for t". ': law without refcrenco to how tho votes may be cast the results of the elections this year nnd next year would have been determined now In favoi of the Republican party. "Their real objection to this law Its opponents do not state; that objection Is that this law Insures honest elections. This law takes the vote of Kentucky out of the vote market which Hsnsa established In Kentucky In lK"rc It destroys the nssumed lnallen-n- l 'e right of tho Republican party to steal elections It Is the barricade which the Democracy of Kentucky have erected to repel the Invasions of Hannalsm, nnd It vlll prove effective to prevent a repetition of the theft of 1896 Applause. "The Democratic platform Indorses and the R publican plattjrm condemns the bill offered by Scwtor McChord and passed nt the last session of the general assembly, which was vetoed by the governor. "If that bill had become a law the railroad commission would have been empowered by It to fix maximum rates for the carrying of freights on railroads In this commonwealth. In order to prevent discrimination nnd extoryears before the general tion. assembly had enacted section SIR of tho Kentucky statutes, which undertook to define the offense of extortion by railway carriers nnd to impose a penalty for Its commission. In April, 1S96, the court of appeals adjudged this statute Insufficient to support a prosecution, because the general assembly had not by lnw fixed a maximum rats for freight carrying, nor empowered the railroad commission to do so. To reraed7 this defect the McChord bill was passed. The bill made it the duty of the railroad commission upon complaint of extortion to give notice of a hearing, to hear the proof on both sides, nnd, If It Is found an extortionate rate was being charged, to fix a Just and reasonable rate which should be the maximum rate thereafter to be charged, nnd the charging cf n greater rate should be deemed extortion and punished by fine. ai'CIIOItn MEASURE. d, fair-mindd, Sc-er- I How It Would'Opertitp to the Ilencflt of the People. "From the foundation of the com monwealth to the present time the statute law nas flxed the charge which every tollgate keeper might exact from the citizen for travel on a turn pike road. From the foundation of the commonwealth to tho present time the law has controlled the charge that every ferryman might exact for carrying the citizen over a waterway. Why is 11 inai railway corporations snouid "The Louisville and Nashville Railroad company exacts from the people of Hardin county more to carry freight to and from the Louisville market than It exacts for carrying freight between Louisville nnd Nashville, more than four nines the dlstajiee. Th.au tuiup.uiy exacts more ior carrying coal from the Earllngton mines. In Hopkins county, to Madison-vlllin the same county, than it exacts to carry conl from these mines through Mndlsonvllle, In the same train, nnd drawn by the same locomotive engine, to Evansvllle, Ind. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway company charges more for carrying coal from the Carter county mines to Mt. Sterling thnn It charges to carry coal from those mines through Mt. Sterling to Lexington. The Louisville nnd Nashville Railroad company charges more to carry freight over the Kentucky Central division from Cincinnati e, tie aoove tno law? to Falmouth and Cynthbina than It charges to carry freight to Lexington. These nro examples of a practice that Is followed by railroad corporations nil over the commonwealth wherever there Is not competition by rail or water. At noncompetitive points railway freight charges are made In accordance with the axiom of railwny management onco expressed by Mr. William H. Vanderbllt, and also according to the rule enunciated by Mr. Collls V. Huntington, namely, 'All that the traffic will bear.' "In the last report to the congress the United States Interstate commerce commissioners declare It to be essential to the preventing of extortion and discrimination by railway corporations In power be conferred upon that commission to fix maximum rates. And In thnt report the result of the want of this power by the commission Is de- ' clared to be: " 'A gross discrimination between Individuals and gross preferences between localities, which almost always favor the Btrong and oppress the weak, I'robnbly no ono thing today does so much to forco out the small operator nnd build up those trusts and monop,-olleagainst which law and public opinion alike brat In vain, as discrims, Interstate freight carrying that !'" --- Many of tho states have such laws cb was contemplated by the McChord bill, among them Nebraska. The contest with reference to this matter Iu substantially that which Kcni 'kv Isfought In Mr. Bryan Nebraska to obtain lower freight rates for tho peoplo of that state and to prevent favprltlsm between Individuals and localities. Tha Nebraska railroad commission, under tho law ot that state, fixed maximum rates tor railway freight carrying, The railway corporations contested In the courts the alldlty of J)e law conferring tho power to fix ates upon tho commission, and also Justness of the rates flxed. That litigation w carried to the supreme court of tho United States, and there the Nebraska taw was adjudg'il valid, but the Cause was remanded for the Axing of a greater rate than that fixed by eomxr.t 3I011, which the court adjudged to lo too low. In that contest the people c Nebraska wers represented by their attorney, Mr- Wllllcm Jonnlngs Bryan. "The decision In the Nebraska case was rendered after the adjournment of the general assembly that passed the McChord bill. That decision establishes tho proposition that was affirmed b7 'J0 eavoivtM of tho Me- Chord bill in Mie i'i coir' That by couerrlog it, namoiy commission the power upon a railway to tlx maximum rates no wrong can come to railway corporations, became ui-u- u ination In freight rates.' r Lmi w ". 'fnpw "niw wvj'yQHm ji " wi.' iwwM' Ml'," l ii"npvm',v "" iwi ,1' - Ty-TJTJLJ'- H ?' . L . . f I i 1 A Family Carriage B. K. camp n laughing stock If you acted this gfeUfc4&'fc4i(ufc r i maximum rate ttnralr to them It way with a stranger. I wish I had time "Tlie governor even vetoed the bill tbe courts will prevent Its enforcement. So that the claim of Oov- - requiring railway companies to carry J A LYNCHING BEE SPOILED to give you n rehearsal,' says l'ete, kind l erffbr Dradlcy, mado In his veto mes bicycles as baggage. of regretfully, 'but It's growing too sage upon tne Mccnora bill, that it If Too rueh Attention Paid to the A to Newspaper Support. dark. Why, I actually belleu you fel Stanford, Kv., Aug. 25, 1899 dangerous to confer upon the railroad "Tn view nf thla rrtfnTi1 nf IIia tnnt,. 31 Etiquette of the Occasion. low would Jerk a man over the pearly power to fix rntes, la commission llcan party, there Is but one thing that faxFlFqpiHPWPtWWW'?,& gates without giving hint a chnnce to wholly unfounded. Applause. compares with the superb effrontery of j "Tho other objection to the say a few last words nnd sprnk a Utile E. C. Waltok, Business Manager. tho platform of that party, and that M 1. bill most frequently made by 30, 31, thine Is the effort of tho Louisville T DON'T take the personal Interest prayer." railway managers and apparently con"We all was silent at this, for we had curred In by the llepubllran party and Nashville Railroad company and JL In lynching tlint I used to," said attorneys and paid Undo Atkinson, as he sal on the ver- forgotten nil about that part of the leaders In Kentucky Is that the sub- Its newspapers, E3H WIS. agents to 'save' William Jennings anda of his hotel ject of ralH-arates and discrimina-at Fresno, Cat., talk programme. So I'eto drnpcd off his $1,000.00 IN I'll tion and extortion Is ono with which Aryan, Joseph C. S. Illackburn and the Ing over the lynching In the horse rend went over to n little bush recent only experts are fitted to deal, and national Democratic platform of 1836, a few feet away from tho tree wo hud mil "As to tho sunnort which the Louis- - south. "It Isn't entirely because that therefore the matter must not bs thrown ho began Courier-Journsubmitted to a railroad commission, Tlllc and Louisville getting old, but the Inst lynching pur- - to prny. tho1 ropo (iter. Thenbo nn au KOAiKnws, .saddlkks, don't claim to which may be composed of ordinary Times are giving the Democratic ticket I ty I took part In disgusted mc with the CATTUs, Ml" MiS HOGS, thority on prayers, but I have always citizens. This Is the same argument I have this to say and In making this whole business, g ion see, 1 etc KT( that too si.igie gold standard advo- s'atement I speak for nil the candi said that was no slouch of n prayer. stole n horse and wc got n party cate makes upon the free coinage ques- dates upon the state ticket and fot I'eto together and started out after Mm. camp begnu with tho Diamond Center tion. He, too, rays this tc a profound, the state committees. Including the disSIIO man, I have studied It, tinguished an occult question Pete gave us quite n clinic, but nt Inst woman and recommended etery Lord. Premiums SI0.00 to campaign and child In It to the and you have not, loae It to me, and committee, chairman cf the Senntor Hlackbitrn: vie struck n hot trail near 1'lno lilus, CAKK WALKS The I shall attend to It for you support of the state ticket by the Courier-J- and then we gained on him so fast that Most nf them needed It, but It iiindc "The people of Kentucky pay nnnu-all- y Ml'U: It.U'l-- S and Times wns and is whol- when our little party of vigilantes a long prayer. Then he prayed for many millions of dollars to tho ly unsolicited by nny candidate upon swept nrouml the enne nt the foot of the sheriff of the county, and nftcr I'ANCV TLMLVOrTH. railway corporations. Tho present the state ticket or by any me ber of state of the law leaves It within the the Democratic organization: It Is the hills Pete was only half n mile that for the goteruor of the stnte. From the gotcmor he went to the FINE ailLlTAKY HANI. power of railroad managers, by means purely mid pushing his horse at n gnllop of extortion and discrimination, to de- owners voluntary upon the part of the ahead of those newspapers. There Is across the pratrlc, Wc called to lilni to president. Then wc thought ho was stroy' the business ot some communithrough and ccrylody drew n long m:nii roit wtammit. to stop. Of course, he couldn't hear us ties and persons and to build up that not, nor will there be, any obligation of nny kind due from the Democracy at that distance, nnd as he knew wc breath and prepared to get down to of others at will. No such unconWhat does rour mirror tsy? EI.'C. BRIGHT. Secy. tho regular business of the meeting. trolled pow r should reside anywhere of Kentucky, nor from nny of Its candiDoes it tell you of some little dates, to any one for tint support. No wanted to hang him for lion e stealing, "But I'cte opened his cyrs nnd looked In a frccgovcrnment. streaks of gray? Are you If he had heard, favor or recognition of nnv kind will he wouldn't ha estopped nt us reproachfully, and then started pleased? Do your friends of fccnooii hooks. be accorded to those newspapers, nor but it was the first time since we or- In ns It he wns the same age show this loss Jnt getting his second VigSession of Democratic l'latform Kavors the Law to any one connected with them, for ganized that the Diamond Center Tho of power also? that support, nor upon any other ac- ilantes had been called out, and wc wind. The queen of England, tho emK ileitis the l'rlrn. peror of Germany, all the big foreign Just remember that gray count. Nothing whatever of the prinwanted to do things In proper style. "The Deuocratlc platform favors, hair never becomes darker could think of were reand the Republican platform opposes, ciplesofof the Chicago platform of 1S9C, So wo formally summoned Pete to sur- ducks l'ctc to the I.ord, and then, just without help, while dark hair nor membered the declarations ot the state the enactment of a law reducing tbo platform of rapidly becomes gray when render. Dick Kiuns, our lender, unfil- as we were getting so Impatient wc this year, nor of the devoprices of schoolboolcs Used In the comm once tne cnangc oegins. ed ecrythlng done exactly right, but couldn't hntc stood it much longer, mon schools ot the state. At the last tion of the party to llryan and BlackOPENS SEPT. 0, 1000. burn, will be surrendered or abated I and some of the other boys think he I'etc polished oil his prayer with a session tbere was passed by tbe houto because of this support by those newsWith htillillni;. anil gioiimU grtxitly IRi- -, occasion. A general sort of blessing which took was too particular on this ot representatives a bill upon this subject, offered by Mr. Cblnn of Mercer papers, nor upon any other account. swell bon tun society nffnlr Is one thing In all the parties he hndn't mentioned iimvril rourse nf study rrvlnl mm eilrn-ile.1- n Isrre. competent and rrllghtus fccounty. This bill tlxcd a maximum of Our position with reference to this and a lynching bee is another, nnd this by name. It wan n good prayer and prices for schcolbooks, on an average, matter Is precisely that of Mr. llryan, d less than tbe proces now as stated in his recent letter to Mr. there Isn't nny u.c trying to coinb'.ie entered the ground, but It took nu aw Well - Known Female College them. fixed by the school book trust, but Woodson, namely; ful long time. that maximum wan still 10 per cent is not the policy of the party to ) "However that tnav be, after wc had '"It "There didn't seem to be anything to Ktiter Umiii Its Jubilee r under thn nml above the aerugc maximum price drive people away from It, but rather called upon Pete to stop wc thought wc of clrcumsUucrV The fixed by a slmilni law that has been to Invite people Into the party. The had done all that 'etiquette,' as Dick Interfere with 'the work wc had as- (Uttering have known the cnllrfre verdict It from who sembled together to perform,' ns I'eto the in successful operation in Indiana for party stands committed to the doccalled It, required, nnd we began to styled It In his prayer, when nil of a iH'KliiiiInc that It s never mi wi lleUl-lie10 years. In tbe bouse ot representatrines set forth at Chicago, nnd. at present In slireaiH-cttives and In the senate every Repub- it will not turn Its back upon while pump bullets at him. I'retty soon one sudden l'ctc cried out: those lican vote was cast against this bill. nnd it of the bullets struck his horse 'My God, boys. The woods arc on Wo briti til itcit Crlthil brettljitlcs doctrines In order to galn-th- e friend"What good reason can tbere be tumbled oer. l'ctc knew there wasn't fire.' why tbe same school bonks, manufac- ship of Gold Democrats, It does not nsd any use running Of nil our claims, believing that you will should after that, so he lit n "Wc all looked ns hard as wc could, decide that your daughter will not only b tured and rold by tbe same corpora- who arenot rejecttotho support of nny willing aid In vindicating cigarette he was a sort of a dude In but didn't sec anything. carefully and thomughlr trnlned In all tion, should In Kentucky tost 43 per me rAl'K III our school some ways and waited for us to come cent, or nearly more than ing principles or tne platform Dy elect '"Yes, they nre,' said I'cte. 'I.ook, things hut will aim he to candidates who are pledged to up. Write for catalogue they cost in the adjoining state of Inyou can Just sec the blaze away off to will brine back to vour hair those principles.' HIJV. C.C. riSHKIt. A M diana? Such Is tbe fact, solely because " 'Guess we've got you this time, the northwest.' the color of youth. It never "The Louisville Dispatch was estab- 41 Mlllrralmrg. Ky the law permits It. and because the Pete, says Dick. fails. It is just as sure as "Now, had sort of entcTtd Into repretetatives of tbe Republican par- usnea witn tne money of 2,000 Demo" 'Looks that way,' replies Pete, as tho spirit Petethe occasion so cheerfully crats In the hour of Democracy's heat melts snow, or that that ty In tbe last general assembly did tbe of water quencnes nre. bidding ol tne lobbyists ot thn book peril. It bas fallen Into the hands of calm and unconcerned as If he didn't and seemed so anxious In have the first It cleanses the scalp also If there be anything that ought tbe Louisville and Nashville Railroad nave any pari in the show-- . 'What Is trust and prevents the formation of to be made as nearly free as air as the company. It Is the blackest trator the next thing on tho programme.? dandruff. It feeds and nourlaw can make It. it is the opportunity that has ever attempted to destroy the "The nenrest trees were about half Democratic party. The election law, of every child in the commonwealth ishes the bulbs of the hair Oilers Tho Following Courses. which It now denounces and calls upon way up the pine hills, nnd wc allowed to get an education. making them produce a luxu"The Democracy of Kentucky af tho Republican governor t have re- the first thing to be done wns to take growth. It stops the Agricultural. Mechanical Knglnming, riant firms that It Is as true now as it was pealed at a sneclal session of the fun Pete to where the trees were. 'After we hair from falling out and gives Klrctrlcal Kngltittring. Civil Knglnrer-Ing- , when Jefferson wrote It Into the Deceral assembly, was passed by Its aid, reach a tree we won't have much a fine soft finish to the hair and Five Classical, Norma) laration ot Independence, that 'govern- and after the enactment of that law It trouble finding out what to do next, as well. Scientific Courses, each of which covers ments derive their Just powers from claimed exclusive credit for It. TVs hT a book on the flair rod four tears in the College proper and leads tbe consent of tbe governed.' and that "The people of Kentucky are to de- Mr. 1'ete Lansing,' said one of the boys Scmlp which 70a uaj obtain trot to degree. UnOB fHDHL this applies to all peoples everywhere. termine this year whether next year In an ugly kind of way. The man who Its Faculty contains twenty nine If yon do not obtain all tha benefits They affirm that this nation should Kentucky's spoke had lost three or four good horses too expected from tho use or too Its grow mix, building and equipso more have a British colonial policy will be castvote will be counted as It that season, and wns feeling kind of Vigor, write tho Doctor about It for Dryan for president ments represent 1450.000 in value. lis than it should have a British financial and for the national platform of 1896, sore over It, but I'cte looked quite hurt Lowell, j policy; that wbat would have been or whether labrstories. Chemical, Physical. Illolog-lea- l, the Kentucky's 'criminal aggression' In Cuba is 'crlm-na- l vote perpetrated theft of shall bo re- at being talked to In this kind of fash-Iollotanlcsl, (irolnglca), PhysiologIn 1896 aggression' In tbe Philippines, and peated: whether and Dick Evans spoke up: ical, Mrchanfrai and Klectrlcal are the another therefore tbey denounce tbe policy ot some Democratic renegade, Deboe or " 'That'll do for you, Tom. That's largest and real In hrntuclty or Joseph tbe present national administration in C. S. Kach legislative District is entitled bv Blackburn shall succeed William no kind of a wny to speak to a man these Islands. The only redeeming law to free tuition, room rent, fuel, and Lindsay In the federal senate; whether who is almost dead.' features of the Republican policy ot lights for four procrly prepared students British financiers American voters "But our troubles had only begun. ! imperialism are the bravery and hero- shall control thisornation's financial Pete's horse wns dead and he swore that In the college proper, and to an Miual Apism of the American soldiers. policy; whether the trusts or the peonumber in the Normal Department, all to plause. he wasn't going to walk to the pine I appointed by the County huperintrn ple shall rule: whether imperialism The Republican party in this camhills. 'Nobody ever heard of a man dent. Alumni of other colleges ia Kenpaign appeals to the people for sup- shall replace Democracy: whether the port upon tbe record of the present Louisville and Nashville Railroad com- tramping a mile to his own hanging. Colored Atsociation. tucky are entered in post graduate course Republican state administration. Tbe pany Is the servant or tho master of You fought me fair and square,' says F.ntrancc examinations Sept. 11, 12 anil present state administration came Into the people of this commonwealth. The Pete, 'and I don't kick on that, but I 13 For catalogue and other information, Thursday, Sept. 21- -3 Days. power upon tbe claim that its Demo- Issues are clearly drawn, emphatically ain't going to hoof It across this prairie. apply to cratic predecessors had unnecessarily presented. There ought not to be, A man in my position ought to have a IT WAS A GOOD I'HATRIl, ANU JAS. K PATTKIWON, l'h. D. LI. I). Increased tbe public debt, raised the there cannot be, doubt as to the THE anOUNO. Lexington, Ky President Big Premium) for Roadtter Ring!, rate ottaxatlonandraisappiiedtne pun-li- e verdict." Loud and continued ap- little politeness shown him.' BUj Premium! for Sadtlle lionet, funds. 'Let us look at the books.' plause. 'Jim Haly, who runs the Crescent lynching of the Diamond Center Session Ilegini Septcmlwr said they In the campaign of 1895, 'and Big Premium! in All Rina. saloon, happened to have a deck of go off Just right that none of us .1 Great Time ii Expected. we will show these things.' For nearly suspected him of being the treacherous There It more Catarrh in tht section of tbe cards In his pocket nnd he proposed four years Kentucky has bad Repubcountry than all other dlseasea put together, and low man hound he really was. We nil looked ofT A. CARR, Pre! ; C. S. HA YSES, Secy. lican rule; the Republicans have bad until the last few years was sui.oed to be Incur- that we throw around and the the books, but there has not been, nor able. Kor s great many jeara doctors pronounced ghe up his horse to I'cte. We all to the northwest as hard as we could for It a local disease, and rt4rUed local remedies, agreed to this, ami l'ctc being In one a minute or two. Is tbere now, even a pretense that during Democratic administrations a sin- and cunstantlr failing to cure with local treatment, way our guest we let him deal. That WUlalJltlasTm "'Your eye tire off, l'ete,' says I, CONSIGN YOUIt STOCK TO pronounced Incurable, has proren gle cent was misappropriated. The catarrh to I aItconstitutional disease, and therefore made a delay, for I'etc dealt himself the turning around to where he had been. present Republican administration, reiulrraronstltutional treatment. Hall's t'atarrh & when appealing to the people for sup- Cure, manufactured by F. J Cheney A Co., Toledo, low hand, and as he didn't hac nny Hut there wasn't any l'ete, only away port in 1895. promised. It elected, to liblo, Is the only constlturlonal cure on the mar horse we had to deal again. One of the down the gully wc could liear some one In don froul 10 set. It Is taken reduce the expenses of government. It to a teaspaooful. Internally directly on Moot) drop boys got stuck this time, so I'etc took tramping down the bushes and ami Lire Stssk Commission Merchants, has increased them. It promised to mucous surfaces ol It artsstem. Tber odirone hunhis horse and wc started out far the tbe s for all he was worth. reduce the rate of taxation, but has dred dollars tor any caw It falls to cure, fend tor iilne hills. "Wc, all rushed Into the underbrush, Central Covington Stock YanU, Covington Increased it. l promised to reduco circulars and leitlmoni.ls Address Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O, Kv.. or V J CHENEY A CO., 1 oledo, O. "It was pretty dark when wc reached but It wasn't any place for horses; beWhen .hipping East bill our care privilege the public debt, but has increased it. Sold by Uruciflsts, 7ac. the hills, but one of the party got out a sides. It was too dark to sec much of selling Central Covington Stock Yards. Wo It promised to raise the per capita anllall's Family Fills are the lst. rope and we thought the business anything. That thief of n I'etc Lanwill make It to your advantage and give nual allowance for school children, but has decreased It. Never In the history our stock our pcronal attention Danville Fair, August 30th, 31st and would be over In a few minutes. Hut sing had run awny from ns In the first of the commonwealth were there such scandals In the management of tbe Sept. 1st. Low rates from all points here Pete made another kick. For n place until his hortc wns shot, and then prisons and insane asylums as under botween Georgetown and Somerset. man who was going to be hanged he lie said he couldn't lie hung any where Republican management. Tbe Repubwas the most particular, bothersome except on the pine hills, and then, all Covington lican platform complains that by legis- Greatest Fair over held by the Danthe time pretending that he wns anxfool I eicr ran across. lation enacted at the last session of ville, Association Is promised this year. " 'I don't want to be hung right hero ious for the credit of the camp, he had the general assembly it was deprived $2,000 In premiums. Flno military Yards, of the control of the penitentiaries. alongside of the road where etery body prayed until it was too dark for us to will see me. Take mc n little ways Into sec anything, lie wns nothing but a Tbe Democratic wardens and other of band In attendance, big balloon ascenc)ltoHl hypocrite, nnd played it low down on ficials in charge of the penitentiaries sion. Great, display of llvo stock. Plen the woods and do tho job there.' Covington, Ky., when tbe Republican administration "'Hut wc want your body to be nn the boys who had alwnys treated him Are located to Hi to offer Special Induce- came Into power bad been appointed ty of Innocent amusements. Reduced Tbe Favorite Lino right and were trying to send him ott ments to the shippers South of the Ohio ltlv-e- r for terms fixed by law, Tbe Repubrate pickets on salo for this occasion, example,' says Dick Kvans, sort of In good style. What became of him I In saving them extra expemo and time. lican administration turned these good until Sept. 2d, to return. Ask doubtfully. LOTJISVTXUC In addition to tlio local bujers there will be Democrats out long before the expira"That made l'ctc mud. 'Example,' don't know and don't care. None of the tion ot their terms. The Republican your ticket agont lor full particulars. ho'snarled. 'I take a horse, you boys Diamond Center boys ever heard of him m Buy- management Increased tbe cost of the & catches me and strings me up. So fur again. i:oimi:r)THK(iiiAVK. penitentiaries. The Democratic man"Two or three times since then the on Market all right. But I don't want my body A startling luclrirnt, of which Mr John (Hirer agement under tbe new law has not Is narrated by of Philadelphia, was the subject, lioys have wanted to get up lynching For all klnl. of stock. When shipping East only decreased the cost of maintaining him a fallows: "I was lus luwl drfadlulcundltloo. used as the tag end of n Sunday school don't tall to consign our cure privilege sell- and operating the penitentiaries, but My skin waa almost yellow eyes sunken, tunguo lesson. Besides, what kind of n thing parties on appropriate occasions, but I Trains Morning mid F.vcnlng from Unbas made them ion Station, 10th and Ilroadway. coated, pain continually In hats and sides, no ing which will be ot benefit to you. be to show strangers think- have always said: 'No; If you catch a growing weaker day by day. would that a republicans Arraigned. IbreepliytUlans had given tue up rortuuately s ing to invest their money In the grow-lu- g man chentlng at cards or stealing CENTKAL COVINGTON STOCK YARD CO, Paisen'ers desiring information nml "Ry the vote 'of the entire Republicfrleud adrlred trying Electric Hitters'; and to my town of Dlnmond Center? You fel- horse, shoot him. If you don't catch rates to Wisconsin, Mliiueaota, ru'braska an membership of both bouses ot tho gnat Joy and urprle, tbs first la lis made a de low s ain't got nny patriotism. Ex- li tin. tell the sheriff. Hut ns for lynch- snd points in the far West, including Caltided Improvement. I tcntlnutd tbelr use for general assembly at its last session three weeka ami am now s well luau I kDow they Exumplc bo hanged 1' tnys ing parties, count me out, I am dis- ifornia, should address was prevented tho passage ot a tared my II In and robbed tbs grate ol another vic- ample! there gusted with them,'" N. Y. Sun. law reducing to a Just charge the tim ' No one should (all to try them, Only .Vk Is Pete, scornfully. Frank J, Ueed, Gen. Pass. Agt , prices of school books now fixed by the guarautced at I'enny'a Drug tlore. "There seemed to be n lot of sense in Colors Tlint Xnrr Hun. K. II. Ilacon, Dis, Pits. Agt, book trust, and by a like vote ot the what I'cte said, so we pushed on about 8TIIOM). W EAK EYL8A UK MADE Republicans of the general assembly "I like this pattern well enough," a hundred yards Into the woods. It was W.1I. McDoel, Vlcc.Pre,.& Gen. Mgr. Dim vUlon mado clear, styes removed uud there was prevented tbe enactment of pretty dim outside by this time, and in snld the customer, who had dropped in Charles II. Ilockwell Truffle Mgr, a proper and effective anti-trugiunulated lids or soru eyes of any kind law. tn look at some rlblious, "but I'm afraid "Nearly every bill passed by tbe gen- speedily and effectually cured by tho ue of among the trees It was really dark, but tho colors will run." Pete was riding in tho middle of tho eral assembly that would have given Sutherland's Kagle Ffe Pulve. It's put up party, and it didn't look as if there was "Hun, jnn'aml" Indignantly people relief from oppressive burdens Tor 'n tubes, uud sold on u guarantee. the patriotic shopman. "Itcd, was vetoed by tbo Republican governuny wny In which he could escape. sale ut Penny's Drug Store or chief among which was tho Pretty soon we reached a tree with big white and blue! They necr runl" 13 bill to prevent extortion and disWhereupon thu woman bought THE boughs hanging low down, Just the tree V. ItATHS VIA BOUTUEUN crimination In freight rates by rail- SPIX'lAI yurds, Chlcugo Democrat. for what wu wanted. road corporations, and both upon Its SWIM'S CKEM'EST SISTOI. " 'I guess this will do nil right,' says original passage and upon the quesShelby county white fulr, Shulbyvlllv, lie .Net pi- mulled Aunlu. tion of passing It over the veto every Aug. One fare for the round trip. Dick, who was riding ahead. "Is It true," asked thu funny IndiRepublican vote was cast against Sale 22nd, 23rd, 31th urid for inornliig trains "Wo stopped, and ono of tho boys vidual from St. Louis, "that trains don't PENETHATEc this bill. This bill was entirely in the threw the end of tho rope ovr the stop nt Chicago unless they aru Interest of the masses of the people of the 23th, fluul limit Aug, 2Ctli. EIGHT GREAT Shelby county colored fulr, bheluyvlllc, bough of tho tree, whllo I fixed the flagged V" STATES the commonwealth Aug. UOth, 31st uud Sept. 1st. Ono fure for noose about I'ctu's neck. Fete had been "Tbe governor vetoed the "Well, eeu If It Is, It might be worse," Keutucky, Tonue.aee, Vlrgliilu, Oeorgla bill.' which would have given the round trip. Sale Aug. 30th, 3Ut, uud riding with his head down, us If he wus replied the Chicago man. "I under North uud South L'urolluu, the came rlftht ot compensation for uiornlug trains Sept, Ut, dual limit Sept. thinking pretty hard, ami not paying stand they iictcr stop nt St. Louis beAlubittna, Mlsaltalpnl. to, or death of. railway employes 2nd. much attention to what was going on, cause they can't find tho place." ChiThat combines beauty and by reason of negligence that the law but when he felt the rope ubout his cago Hu'nlng News. Louisville colored fair association, LouisThrough Sleeping Is gives to strangers This bill. It apcomfort with convenience, One faro for tho round, neck he looked up sorrowfully and disone of our well made, easy rid- proved, would have given a large class ville, Aug. The Corufrd 1'lillosuplier. between Louisville a lie' thebouth ing and elegant Surrey. It is of employes who dally hazard their trip. Sale Aug. 23th uud 2Gth, tlnal limit gusted, rather than angry. " 'I guess that this Is the first tim "No," said the Corn fed Philosopher, unexcelled for workmanship, lives, for an Inconsiderable compensa- Aug. 2. nny of you boys have ever taken part in "I didn't turn up my uosu becuuso the Tor further Information cull on nearest durability and comfort, and will tion, In u public service the same right give moro satisfaction fo'gtn-era- ! that tbe law gives the traveler upon Agent Southern Ky. WM. II. TAYLOn, A. a festivity of this kind,' says be, sort of woman was weurlng rational dress, I THUfca;i,VJI.V TRAINS tbe highway. The gross discriminafamily use thau other car. don't mind the women wearing that ttsch way between Louisville O, P, A . Louisville, Ky. sarcastla like. uud Lexington made We nre Belling tion that this bill would have elimini lag "We allowed It wus, kind of clothes. All I object to is the ated from our law was removed from tlium Cheap and Fact. A. TU1UC, 0. P A.. " 'Well, It Is a good thing you have awful expression of couutenance they A postolnco has been established at tbe law ot Hugland 20 years ago by a Washington, I). U. bill offered by Mr. Gladstone. Heno, 1'ulaskl county, Y. A. Gregory, tue, a resident of Diamond Center, to put on at the time." Indianapolis fc W, U. TAYLOE. A. O. p. A. try It on first, for you would make the Journal. postmaster. LoulivlIU, K Stanford, Ky. Opp. Ccurt-Hou- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fixed - Danvills Fair, Auust Sept rd c 1$ YOUR I HAIR TIIDNIM. GRAY? 1 al I.nn-sin- P, .lACK.s-rOfK.SIIKK- ournal 50th -- . inair j Vigor one-thir- 1 a one-hal- f, The State College Of Kentuoky, Mi it JMujswjfJI mm s. Stanford Fair COV-EIIE- D unit;, mm com, run-nin- g Central Stock Eastern ers Foreign the CHICAGO. Mc-Co- Southern Railway HAH-WA- - 'fellow-servan- ts Cars Wearen e, Son, - FitASifBAltSirrTUolerklnir for John Titv.L.tt N. offers another cheap nbout Somerset except her street lights P. Jones. land she's going to do better in that rato to Cincinnati Sunday 11.25. ! J. MUUJAHY, tho merchant Uillor. Is lino cro long. What's tho matter with ' ',' ' MAD Doo- -A largo dog wont to at tho St, Annph. ncwspaiiors, somebody might ask, tor wllh llis will unnetnlof Nit, !j- -i ! iwl, w will tM i Iho hlchnt n I lint Auo. 25, 1899 Mil. ash Mits. J, F. Cummins aro at Kid. Joseph Ballou's houso Wednesday nnti ,n .Ghnil.lH.v imrlnnm with nno nfoki), Kv., MJiltr, at lh nnd mado battlo with him. As ho was .econl wo -ilif In lUrrolitmrft, Mrrf onnljf, Ky , on Dripping Springs. Thnv'm- nil rlrht. . 1 ' ..i.. Mil. ASI) Mits. J. B. SllHMiY, of uuarincuii.i uniy s.nuiy was in Kult'"K uis 13, 12 Tin: Inthhioii Journal Is preparC. Walton, Hushums Manaokii. Danvlllo, woro gnosis of Mr. nnd Mrs. thodogby tho throatas ho attempted to tako hltn by tho throat or nrm. This ing to ccllpso anything over nttempted of Con William Hamilton. A r.Aitoi: number of couples will go ho succeeded In doing nnd choked him by a nowspapcr In theso parts. It has lco colli, pure nml Soda Watkh, it refreshing at Penny's Drug Btoro. to Crab Orolmrd Springs todanoe to until help arrived. They turned him- contracted with Mr. C. L. Howell, tbo Sltiitt on (Mils frani llrro,.Wjf. Kr., mmMllMIr on Ills f urtll.lkA m.l letWMHi tm MUMknt H.r- and capable writer and mUlniri tnl Dintlllt, In lh lllua tlnn" milonnf KenturkT (In Ihh f.Mn (here ll Iikwo nnd yostorday morning ho attacknight. f.,nift(rtt. iWKlern frame hmiv, with on .torrrll.mn talnlnilrn rmni), with hall snd Uirrnm. ami ill: best material comblncil with Mu 'Jus HoniASN. manairnr of cd a colored man on the road nnd was promoter of trado editions, to lisuo II ntmMrjrouiMiUiinus mrh larna ctlbn. Rniturjr, Machine hmiw, spury, trrnnt'i hotn, ASj, ana accuracy insure goou to, skill i ncrs m mrre u wmh, Prnnsjaanii Tbrrel suit. No otliur methods uro ovur Crab Onolmrd Springs, who has btcn shot. Mr. Ballou says ho was cither within the next 10 days un Illustrated or. four or lit imIIm of tinsl mr fenre ami lifUe, niiket ami lnd lor ulllnit fenc In alit lhl,lelrlr Urm In gtur: It iKie l.y all who i.taadantlhlnalmni inrh nr,r an Miti,f la rritanlnl know mad or tho moit vicious dog ho over edition three times the slzo of this nullum In our prescription work. Penny's vry III, Is Improving. cd onnof llm Imtatnck hrniala tnlral Krnturkr mh ug Store. shoot. It will bo printed on cream book awtlon Jan lit. IKFI. Anr on ilralrln to Impwt ffwllDu Tiiffn will Imvhrn at al. If anl full frsm Mining MlftB I,aitf. PllIMPS, manngor of saw. thh T4ualil farm lf,rti Jar t ill.isnr will Inrnlalinl itiiirejpamra on toT. M Canlwrll, llirrol-l.nn- i. Ky. paper and tho edition will require 20 tho telophons oxelmnge at Crab Orch four liawr lofinul mkoIUMo mh TllKentorinlnments given by MU reams or 1.200 pounds of- - paper. If you firomlirr note for ileterrol loilanrr In nno, two, tlinv amr Inlrre-- jrnra, nr xnil annualljr, a lkfl lo l PERSONAL AHD SOCIETY GOSSIP, t, iymtnl., Iimrlna;t rnt a;alle ard, was hero yesterday. rrUluH UUnrs of pnnliaw monrr. antldrtil to protl'te thai fillnretn arjr In Linda Miller and Mr. Mike Owsley In want to get tho best advertising you atalliucnt IDilonl ti wurerlm rl lnprrt or far hi) ilira allrr duo to tnaliire entire l.bt ai rjillon ol lm,Vr Mils. Lksa ItAHRDAti:, a handsome 11. U. D. Uruiht want up to Cray honor of MIsmb Gertrude and Harriet over did In your life, you had better 'lhlaHanalimlu eMlsanil lil Ihctann will liexilil In lhm nito tracta, and ilirnaa a wliote ami widow from Clarksvllle, Tonn, Is at Pcttus, of Loulsvlllo, were lurgoly atin iiki irnnjitiK nio.1 money win i afitnt, I or further nrtkiilan rail on or adrirem, Inotdny. T M CAItliWhl.U llarrodifemr, Ky. ongago spaco at once as It Is going Ilka rolumhla rinanro A Tnm Co., fmliitlllc, Ky . Administrator wllh will anneanl. A. .its. V. 1C. llicKHL'ii.v, of Louis, Cmb Orcl.anl Springs. tended and all who mot the charming hot rakos. Noik. Hmrliil Md.lrra may haratlmopllnn of paylnitone-thlSINK Dl'Idi:iiaii gave his young oung ladies wcro delighted with them. M. C. SauUcy. rh and Mdtlarrlna: maturity til la, U visiting Mrs. lialamw pun ha money for Bto yeara, on term, ntherwl-- , mine n Ikt T Canlwrll, Aur'wr. OliAitUi: I'. UUHiW, of Itusollvlllo, friends a party lust night nnd regaled Frappc and Icos wore served at Miss uatrIuobiOatters. them with delirious refreshment. iMjnt a fovr days with frlonil lioro. Millor's, whllo Mr. Owsley, In nddttlon 009 W.T Catom, ii, nnd MUs Minnie MlW. It. A. SMITH, of Lnwson. Mo., to luiclous watermelons, also had 9 e LOCAL HAPPEHINGS. I,"i, met a squire near Mlddles-borHill, U vUUIoir Mr. nnil Mm. J. U. Ilrlght. In en frappo surved. Ho wns and having the license, they ware MllH.T. 8. WHlili, Jit., anil children Fitisait line of canals at Warren & tertaining by his sisters, MUfcs Linda 9 In the middle of the returned to Knoxvlllo yesterday morn- - Shank'. Tor nice nrir and Kinma, who mado ovcryone havn a mado ono stnndlng road. tiff. Kmimiii: wheat drills, best made, nt royal time. Dry Goods and Xotions, thu Newest Things in Napoleon Andrew Jackson Overall, Mil. S. M. AI.LHN, who bnsbconovor A H12110ISK. Wcdueeuay morning aged 82, was married at New Albany, n sco tils wife, returned homo jestor-'n- y. Dcuzlcy A Carter's, Neckties, Collnrs,CuU's, Shirts and Underm AmISTHitiOU Jouit-Sa- l as MUs Nannlo Watson, with her llttlo Ind., tbo other day to Miss Gllloy THS Twlco-a-Wen, ear of nil Kinds, for Jiiir, Litte, Old HUB. W.T. W11.MAM8, of Laxlng-sister, Kthul, were coming up Main nions, 4'J It was Overall's seventh Is only 81 a year cash. Remember Is visiting hur brothor, the Wnl-jr- s. Street tho bolt of hor buggy ehaft matrimonial venturo. and Young. Latest Style Shoes that. Blchnrdson, MUs Olivia broke and tho shaft dropping caused Tor Men, OlrU nnil Hora. The very l.itcat tlilnga In Clothing. IS Hon. It. O. Wakiius will speak at her borso to run off. Several gentlemen dnughter of Editor J. M. IUchardson, Mm. M. K. Fish has rented Mr. K. yiars' cxtiealencu In taking measures and I can fit any old ali.ipo. t will Mt. Vernon Monday. Don't fall to seeing their peril rushed to stop tho of tho Glasgow Times, eloped with W. 1. Wullor's residence on Kosl Main tie glad to furnish you any day In tin' year sultnblu goods at bottom prlco henr him. animal, which shied onto tho clovatcd H. Barlow to JclTcrsonvlllo and was trect. T. P. Tirrrt-H- , of the Turnorsvlllo .Ilini.nil Bros, shoes. Vou know pavement In front of tho Lincoln Coun- married. Her parents objectcu on nc- niton. It visltlnir hU daughter near what they are. New full style Just In. ty National Bank nnd fell. Little dam-ag- o count of her youth. was done, and Mies Watson, who Joo Gatllff and Mrs. Nannie Farrls .omoracl. Severance .V Sons. buil fiuld to thu reins and wns the cool wore married Saturday, to tho surprise Bolts to tho wife of Lewis Cook, n Faum of ISO nor oa for sale prlrat)ly. lent, one in tho crowd, asked that tbo of tbeir friends, who bad no inkling of wy, which he has sonslbly named WilPossession given to suit purchaser. J. TEN DAY HAIL AND LAKH EXCURSION TO liam Gocbel. hiie bo hitched to another buggy, what was to occur. Tho boys gavo MliK. J. K. POUTJIAN wont to Loul-vlll- u C. McClary, ICxr. Milch was done, and sho wunt her way them a charivari. Together, they havo this morning to vlilt bur brothor, nine children to begin with. WilStchiim! 1'i.oivs, Vulcan and us If nothing had happened. liamsburg Times'. J. T. Curt-on- . Glbbs' Iuierlnl Steel Beam plows at MKASS BOS1XKS3. Mr. C. II. WilW. P. Swope, county clerk of Owen, Miss Wu.UK Vhuiibsa Dawhos Is B. K. Wearon Son'. back from a pleasant visit to frlonds ut liams, who proioses lo build the road who married a Lincoln county girl, Nlcholtisvlllo. Drills. Hay worth, Ulchmond cham- from hero to McKlnnoy, began with a who obtained a, dlvorco from hltn, nfter-warMissus IIin.BNlIoCKKit and Mabel pion and McSherry grain drills best corps of engineers yesterday to run tho married MUs Huth Stamper and VIAiu U ye, of Hualonvlllo, aro with Miss on tho market. W. A. Carson. lino to that It may be definitely known she nUo got a dlvorco from him. This y Lucilu Cocr. may bo securwhore the vcek ho remarried MUs Stamper and Foil Itr-v-r. Tho Meltoborts resi- ed. Capt. V. II. Spradltn, at too re- they uro spending their second honey M. F. KLKIS wont to Parksyillo Via rail lo Toledo and an 810 Mile Lake Trip. Side Trips at very low rates havo toorganUa a Maccaboo lodgo of dence opiolto Stanford Fomule Col- quest of Mr. J. S. Uockcr, furnished moon at Old Point. been arranged to "The Soo," Duliitli, "The Snows," find Harbor Springs. lege. Apply to W. H. Hlgclns. "' monitor. For Stato room or Itcrth Reservations and information of any kind call on your C. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. II. his notes of tho survey and the lino will II. & I). Agent, or write jwhiih. C. W. ADAMS and J. II. Ciiickhs Fkku. Five bushel of bo run on that. Mr. Williams is an Bcazley, Mr. J. It. Beazley and MUs D. 0. ED7TA3E3, Passenger TraS: Manager, Cincinnati, 0. .'kcr, of Hustonvlllo, aro luxuriating ehlckon feed ncrecnlngs for only $1 at engineer himself and has John Nichols, Clara Mcrshon drove over to Danville Crab Orchard Springs. C. Williams nnd C. Peck with him. Wednesday night and wore mado ono J II. Baughmun & Co', mill, StanSSeSS:S?C-J3t.5-i5:?SJS?.'SJ3-r. Mr. Williams Is backed by a responsi- after God's holy ordlnanco by ltev. J. B. Tl'CKKit, of thu Wott Kod, was ford. . tils fathor's y, Savage, of the Methodist church. ,cro Tuosday advcrtlslni: Tho ble company nnd only asks the ltKAt) J. L. Frohmun's advertisement marriage occurred in tho Gllcher $5,C00 in subscriptions and isle, which occur Sept. Oth. B. K. WkakkS uccompanled and tako advantage of his unpreced- 000 to build the road, which will givo Ildii no and Mr. Samuel W. Mcncfco MltH. ,ttlo Misses Margaret and Nan Denton ented otlor of the ITncst suit In tho Stanford an Independent and competing was master of ceremonies. Alter a Globo toriT.M. mes to Lexington Weduesday. lino to tho great Queen & Crescent. It nice supper Mr. and Mrs. Bcazley re TllK Advocate says that Samuel W. TllK prcsauro on our advertising and oughtn't to be hard to raise that turned to Stanford and aro now at home lenefee Is tickled to death for being news columns begin to look llko wo amount and wo bcllovo It can bo done. to their frlonds at tho St. Asaph. The iV..n for SenaUir Oocbcl tho other will have to permanently onlargo tho If tho road Is built freight rates will brldo Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. bo decreased, business will enliven and B. Mcrshon and is as pretty as sho is day. ISTKIIIOIt JOI'IISALm vacant stores and residences Una capable and deserving. She has been D. ItASBV ha Information Mil. T. TlinitK are now 00 telephones In con- tenants Tho ISTKiHOlt Journal will with Mr. J. P. Jones since his advent that hli brother. W. G. Itaney.of copper any man's subscription In Stan-lor- d into business hero and his loss Is Mr, I very low and can last but a few nection with the Kxchangc. which began less than two years atro with seven, ana take us much stock as any- Bcazlcy's gain. Possessed of a sweet 'ay. body. and cultured voice she has been much Mil. AND MltS. A. C WlllTLKY, of o MunaRer Homer a Wray tells us. In demand at church and other enterxuUvlllo, and Mr. H. C. Urlghi, of Sl'KAKlNO. Hons. Frank B. Burke, L. .t N. "You live In lanvlllo, nru visiting Mr. and Mr. J. of Indiana, and J. Crlpps Beckham, Covington, what do you know of tho tainments, and has always responded wllllnRly nnd praiseworthlly. Tho . Karri. nominee for lieutenant governor, will charges that tho L. & N. papers mako liveryman groom Is tho L1TTI.1: Miss KathkihsbGukuoky speak at Stanford ut 1.30 Wednesday, that Gocbel goes armed to tho teeth mtortalned a dozen or so of her llttlo Aug. HO. Let every democrat hcur them. when ul home and keeps n regular body and a good business man of exemplary habits. Congratulations aro being exJust placed on cnlo Irlend very charmingly Wednesday guard?" was asked of Lawyer 11. D. tended on all sides and everybody Wt: are rather late in tho printing afternoon. Wo ate now offering the New Fall Lengths and Styles in Gregory, who Is u Bit. A. S. PltlCK will bo over to hU of Senator Goebcl's opening 8ccch,bui republican. "I have been living in wishes tho happy pair a life long hon mother' In GafWd for n rest tomor several causes Intervened to prevent. Covington for two years," ho said, eymoon. The ceremony that united Prof. E. row and will not bo at hi olllco ngaln A good thing never gcu old, however, "und I havo never heard of such a and we commend Its careful perusal to thing. On tho contrary no man con- B. Stover, of Knoxvlllo, and Miss ntll Sept. 4. Mattlo Dunlap Hopper, eldest daughter 'APT. W. II. I'lWSV, George De- our patrons. duct himself better nor stands higher. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo D. Uoppcr, ut .1 1. V. Fish and C.C. Cnrsan arc Acknowledged by corset wearers to bo the leading corsets of America. The ixieket book found by W. P, I havo boon asked If iho bum element Wo have them for long, short, Oomo whi'e assortment is complete. .ping tho Brodhcad band mako mu- - Curaon nnd advertised in this paper, was not for him and my reply has been 10:110 on tho 22d, was u very impresslvo stout and thin folks. No fancy prices but your money's worth. one, ltev. S. M. Itankln In beautiful r tho fair. proved to bo thu procrtyof K. P.. Pat it Is always for the man In power. It 'telling of tho solemnity of Mil. A. C. SINK, a Stanford (Ky.) terson, who was delighted to get It was for Hurvey Myors till ho was do laugiugo tbo vows and of the happiness that Mis lumber merchant, and daughter, u It contained u cikkI deal of throned by Gocbel, whoso word now Is azaln comes to those who truly love, In tho llnnlo, aro at thu Palaeo. Cincinnati money und other valuables. law in Covington. I shall not vote for marriage state. Preceding tho couple 'nnuirer. 22d. him, but I do not hesitate to say that to tho parlors camo Mr. Bouso, of LOOK out for counterfeit silver half Mis It. J. I'Mii'MS nnd mother, of heartily both for his fellow-s- cr Nashville, aud W. II. Hopper, Alfred Ala., and MIm Molllo dollars. Thu Advocate says they uro iun '' niriiilnL'ham. vants' bill und the McChord bill. I urn, Harmon, of tho West Knd, aro visiting In circulation lu Boyle. Itlsudungur however, strongly opposed to his Elec- A. Hlgglns and W O. Hopper. Tho ceremony over congratulations woro oiw imitation, because it looks unu Mr. und Mr. A. C. Dunn. tion bill and will always be. Goobcl's s Is at tho Brodhcad fair seems to bo pure, but is of short tight for tho peoplo against corporato showered on tho young couplo and then Ai' Nr.vit thoy nnd tho guests erijoyed a royal advertising MU Sacruy photograph weight. It bear tho dutc of lt07. encroachments havo made him frlonds, breakfast of ttubstantlals, which closed establishment. Sho will upend from BuitOLAUY. W. W. Whlto toll us oven In my party, many of whom, llko with cako nnd Ices. A drive to tho Hut you say its tooearly to buy. Not so. Remember tho old adage about that early Aug. 23 to Sept. 2 there. myself, think If ho Is clcvied governor, depot followed, many of tho bride's bird, etc , just so It is In tho purchaso of your fall Dress Goods You will Und in the from that burglar broke into tils store In Miss Bbttii: I.r.wis returned which the postotllco is kept ut Lytic, ho has tho backbono to eco that rail- friends accompanying them thither und first importations tho choicest patterns, and selections mado now will he from tho Livingston yesterday, where sho had tho other night und got a razor, u box roads nnd other coriwratlons aro kept fairly covering them with showers of a millinery. MU Laura NoiUon camo of cartridges and Jl.'--i In ono cent within the bounds, for which they wcro rlco as thoy took the train for their with her and U her guest. Mr, Intended. You can say In as strong wcro evidently imsSiK Witt, of Klneslon, I at piece. They and hi line gun,after ho terms as you cati that any charge Knoxvlllo homo. Tho groom Is princibut White's cash pal of tho Knoxvlllo High School and Ilronuugh's and thin Mrs. G. W. against tho personal character of Sena tho two mot at Peabody Instltuto hud them with hltn In his residence.' Mr! ho und MU Mlnnlo Munday will tor Goebcl Is faUulu every particular." where they wero taking a normal to Ilarrodsburg on a visit. Tins section sent but four to tho It costs nothing eo look, to come and let us show you uoniu course. Cupid soon shot his darts und llttlo London republican blow-ou- t, Mits. J. S. AliMSTltOSil three Ono Of through both their hearts, Mr. Stover MOIIB AllOUT SOMEHSKT. grandson, Fox, were hero yesterday en from horo and ono from Crab Orchard. tho Uxturcs of the court-housat Som followed his charmer to Kentucky nnd CupL K. I). Thompson tolls us that hU erset routo from Texan to visit her parent Mr. Ban Borden, who for u doz after repeated visits, tho eequol Is told V. J. Whlto, at Lancai- - train took in 1100, including two car Cpt. und Mrs. un years or more ha been doputy coun Tho brldo was attired In a neat from tho K. C. brunch, but tho majority ty clork. He Is un Intenso democrat abovo. tor. suit with lllack Crepons in variety from 75c to 2 50, Storm Serges, Surah Cloth, Henriettas, fitting blue eloth, tallor-maBitl'CK, It U utidor- - traveled only a short distance, making Mu. IIoWAim Is a lluo clerk and oven his politics a jaunty hat to match and her beauty Ac of Cou-- c tho special from Junction City a losing but Our saloon tood, will during tho next term don't cause him to loso his Job, not- wit,) never in uro uiniaruni, ur uruuuuui;- Collego bo an usslstanttoProf.Gor venture. cd. Sho wus a lovely brldo und being withstanding republicans have been in of Physics and ,011 In tho dopartraunt Schools Closeh, Mr. M. P. Huh-bi- o that olllco from thu tlmo whenco tho a sensible, uiguiy euueuieu k"' ot""' in mako a who HKo tiio one spoucn "jemistry. Advocate. tells us that tho schools lu hU sec- memory of man runneth not to tho con- Proverbs, that will do him good and Mits. .1. F. Humistos, accompanied tion taught by M Use Amanda Carson trary. Ho Is n fine penman, knows the not evil ull the days of her life. Sho MU 1, crfcon Robert and wlfo, and und Mcllardy closed for thu week, tho olllco by heart and Is us accommodating was tho reolplent of many costly presarl Colllur, all of Crub Orchard, aro reMirt having gotten out that Miss us men got to bo. N. L, Burnett is ents, Including a handsome organ from Continues. Heuit'iubcr they ttill go at Manufacturers cost. her aunt for whom sho wusnamed,Mrs. eslsof Dr. W. W. Burwln und wlfo. Georgia Lewis hdd broken out with tho clerk und usldo from his politics also Muttlo I). Withers. lliehmond ItctsUtcr. smull-iMi- x during thu Institute ut Crab ull right. In tho circuit clerk's olllco, Mil. K L. DumiKitAit, ciiKlnecr on Orchard and all the touchers had had a und in tho Judgo's, two mighty good John Jackson was arrested near & charged with stabbing Win, tho Birmingham DlvUlon of tho L. cl unco to catch It. MUs Lewis was mun uro found, Napier Adams und Kingston a former soldier lu the 4th I vlslllni; his parents, Col. and sick, but had nothing llko the small Judge William Catron, und It Isu pleas Hubbard, N' Kentucky, over u woman. looking' rs. W. II. Duddurar, und pox and Is woil now. wllh ure to bo uround tho courl-housII. Mr John Tullmun, of Louisville, Lungdon and County JamksCaki'HNTKU, ono of tho most them. Sheriff T&9 Southsrn Mini miimi Company, with him. eounty substantial und worthy of our colored Attornoy G. W. Sbudoan aro popular r. A. ltovsi:, 11 kood Gurrard too, whllo Jailer S. O. Tuto counts bis jbJcrlbcr, was huro Wednesday uftur- - cltUens, died Weducsday of typhoid Of Lexington, Ky. friends by tho thousands. Thu legal Tim palming season la bore. Wo wish to call your attention to the fuel that wo noon returning from 11 trip to Metcalf fevor. Ho was a prominent member of profession of Somerset has somo bright Oils, VaruLhes, UrusUes, Ac , lu thu market. Adair counties. Ho tells u he tho I'. B. F. and tho order took charge lights, whllo her doctor and preacher Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. keep the Hest Heady Mixed I'alnts, und very fow boltefs but lots of Goo- - of hi remains. It was whllonttcndlng fuund ! are well und fuvorubly known In this thu State lodge of lhatordurut GeorgeWo Py Whl! You Lire. bellies lu hi travels. und other suctions. Tho merchants car Mil, J. B, OWBSS is back from Cum town thut ho wus stricken down. Tho OliLlna Companies PayjWhon YoujDlo. Our lino of Toilet Articles such as Tooth Ilrmlies. Hair Hrushes. Comb, Soaps, ry good stock and Dun and Bradstrcet aud of the very best quality. &c , is complete, berland Falls, where ho says tho most deceased wus a school trustco und In both show thorn to bo llimnclally all compounded from tho PRESCRIPTIONS carefully sollcillyour patronage. I'ureat and Host drug ob extensive Impiovi'menis uro ociiik iiuiiiy ways uldcd iu tbo upbuilding of right. As stutcd boforo tho banks uro OferflSO.onOimlJIulWIiu Uneflti. tainahlo Trices reaaonahlo. Wo l)r K),o ltwrDj Bo will tuko his wlfo thlthor hi race, who will sadly miss him. Wo dolnir Btilondld business, whllo tho ho- nuido. hotel learn that he curried Insurance poltcio II KNi:.S WBAItEN, Local Attul,. cxt week and they will run lha which will leave his family Uels llourlsh aud givo tho be.t tho mar A. SMITH 1K)MA. by,,Ky. etauuru, y , . . Si lxlii-ltun..r couiDany, which means of tf.'I.OOO. tlx. Thero's nothing shoit In good ket affords 4E INTERIOR JOURNAL - hr 0 Fine stocK Farm fit Auction IVnirt-hom- s J I 1 ,.. Wednesday, Sept. '99, at O'clock Sharp, The farm the late Nat. Lafon, taining 440 Acres. nt'Trr-unin- g tHiri-t..lc. well-kno- gI ,,llc-tli- n nl staeii (stisgs.esett.iete.st. GO TO JAMES FRYB - o, ok JAMBS FRYE, Hustonville. t MACKINAC ISLAND, Leaving Cincinnati Tuesday, Aug. 29. Only $5 Round Trip. ds C. H.&D.& D. 8C. STEAMER. rights-of-wa- ay right-of-wa- i, Dan-vlll- e, i well-kno- A Big Corset Stock Glove Pitting' and American Lady Corsets, SEVERANCE & SOiVS. rig New Fall Dress Goods ! CfEflM OF THE MAIftET. o 1 Swell Plaid Jvfoveltic5 for $kiri$ do Ladies' Low Cut Shoes I 1 JOHN F. JONBS. &c. TOILET ARTICLES 1 a Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Surj-lu- a It will bo Urst-cla- CRAIG HOCKER. i t. (o THEINTERIOR JOURNAL ai'blliiAXJ.l-yJa.SxlAvrt I $1 PER YEAR CASH OGIL charged. Whan not to pil.iaa.OO will b TIME CIBD KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ArrrlTc it Stanford No. Stanford No. 4 a few words from this taction would bo it 3. Lar Kowlandit 1J.Wu HIT. of Interest to I. J. readors. Wo find tho No.JI Arrlrriit S.M r. at. I. J. Is a good friend and drives away No. a Lestes Stanford it tho blues In a hurry. I came up to Liverpool. KN0XVILLEDIVI3I0N. North Dakota some two weeks ago with ..11 02 p til M. Taylor, of Mlddteburg, Ky. No. M Tndn jolng North ., '99. On Thursday, Sep - 2 41 m " " " ..USJim Z it " There is some scenery along tho lino " South. ,.WS2plu " 0. of tho North Western R. R. in WisconFor allirolnla. Barbee & Gastleman, sin and Minnesota that rivals tho rugEO'IOU TICKETS BOLD. ged cliffs and jagged rocks along the '"''"' HAUUAUE CHECKED TMIOUOH. Q & C., In Southern Kentucky. WisFor inj Information enqulr oJ over consin especially presents an JOE S. BICE, Acent, Stanford, Ky. changing scope of wldo prairies, diver silled by rivers and lakes, with here FBAHKFORT AND CINCINNATI. OPTIONS and there an immense rocky cliff or a Frankfort it 7 A. w. and S: 40 r. v., hugo bowlder rising to on attitude of onnitlnTit Georgetown with Q. A a and r.ch- WANTED. . .. l'arii ISM ...utinw several hundred feet above tho plain. liruiiBiwA. P. M . connecting Lmt Uecrir; at The soolblog and healing properties of HOTEL I would like to taVp options on good fatms a. ami 5:S This ever changing view keeps ono Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Its pleas- THE FIFTH AVE. Kwn with QrcTand mcnlag "m'ort it tts lor terms and (.articuIn Lincoln Uuunty . U. ind 7. 10 PsM.r constantly on tho alert for somo now l LANDOHAr u NEOT0S A 0, r. A. and permanent lar iddre. ant Louisville, Ky. Krlger hy cnn. Thn lirakcman's shrill cry of cures,taste and prompt favorite with have made it n great QUEEN & CHESCENT. "Dovll's Lake," arouses the half un people everywhere. For sale by Craig tho The moat centrally located and only conscious traveler ond ho looks out up followi: jctlon City Trains pas A Hockcr, Druggists. 4 It p m 12 po So. North .S4Sam on as pretty a place for an Ideal outlnr HO. 1 South " m .11 60 " "4 " OR TRADE. as could be found anywhere. I can't " FIEST-CLAS- S 11 Mam Si I '' 00am 805pm "10 " Sit 1 ind 1 do not ttop. 9 and 10 run !i'Mn understand why such a beautiful spot no furfidmdl.1 farm oftlA acre In Soulbeit KaM Hotel In the city maUnR a Not was clvcn this name ell lorairl Kl mile fruiu th Missouri lino ther thtn Junction City. W.A.BEAZLEY, Pror.. tbhaly seiiiM ni sxmdfarui arrived hero oi the morning of We trnusor tra.1 lor rsrm in tvalrsl ken onM.y to U.""l dlflerrni la lucsy. fan My ll,' tho most destructive hall storm that ORAB OR0HARD, KENTUOKY. KIDD'S STORE. AdJrrs llos 4. Siansird, Ky Had One block from tho principal shopping trsd. (;) ha nvr vUItnd the Northwest. coun Splendid Accommodations. district and two block iroru me wirvo Uncle George Rlffo lately discovered a few miles out In the lust ridden UU 0UI1.IIUI lilOe lO ll'l! Reasonable, ..'.!....,.-!- . ter. CIIWI Hiwiv.. mu the door to all part of Fine u at ewe od lt back, its hoof polntlDjr Rate try through some of tho very best 42 Everything neat and clean, spikes of a rejjal tho City heavenward like whont tnrm In the famous Red River crown, and on Investigation found it 850. storm broke forth. Among thoso who attended tho fair Valley, when tho DENTIST, la JSwti" wind NICE HOME FOR SALE- - rboly Lecitti Brl:i Blie:e "frozen stiff" on a dead level. from Lincoln and stopped at tho Tho hall was preceded by a heavy Cgllo.KentuAy. with S7acrcief adds the proposed When Ed Powell Stanford, Springs Hotel were Misses Bertha which blow tho wheat ot or; tho hall I offsr for tale t rlrilslf my ry dolriws noun LtaiwelltapreTtdfcr Silo. n o pl. Impior. grist and saw mill to his wagon and Morse, Pearl Rose, Bessie Worthlng-lon- , thun pounded it down to tho ground. ind lot. 12'4crr. Court-bo- 0nlll It la weU li I""" from th hunfurd fall wagon brake factory, the hum of enterouthulldlnfi. Ky. Mamie Wheeler, Lula Alstott, El- Tho storm lasted only a fow minutes. cl. hat ill tba nrmurr fruit If not ncrsr of prise will be materially augmented and lon Powers, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Green- When It had cleared away, 185,000 Imwattraixl Mnty puMlc auction In sold prlrals- Tb. houw contain. 8 rtnraa, M w.ll it II cben Iruntorth lrlfMtllllat ind all n county duor. a o.l orchard. n.w In Manlonl. Spt. II. the daily pay roll largely increased. A iww lrn. ttnetut In awl ing, Mrs. Mary Hommel, C. C. Carpen- acres of North Dakota wheat was lying day Tcrnia to suit purrhaT This city has not yet quarantined ter, Burdette Powell, Dock Drye, Dick on tho ground, somo of it absolutely court AKKKSIILIIKY 1IUH.IIT, !anrlll. Ky rrlilrwdtbi land In a ood.l.t.of W"" where against tho outlying districts C! :.. -- n ihi. i.n.i.rtr and lay on who rnrthln.a. A number of farmers had LIVEEY, FEED AND SALE Dunn, Jr , nnd J. Roy B. Rose, of small-po- x 'o wnif rages, but Mayor Mason nil It TimV wellKirilMK.hi Hayf 111. O FARM FOR SALE. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars, already cut quite a deal of their crop STABLE, City Attorney Os. Bowman and ... i.i u biiilriFMA rnu. Iirkk It was i l In a splendid Cbas. Crow, Geo. McKlnney and W. B. This portion was In shock, henco Contain 10J acres will not relax vigilance in interest of a McKmney, of McKlnney; Walker Ly- not damaged very much. A few men statu of cultivation. and the Itlaclc pike. 2 IViunla NontlcelK Ky . and .; upll brM. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. On confiding constituency. ' was mllm from llmtonvlllc and IS from More-lm- l. kVbulsA Kcrnaaa an icbas. Mt. Salem, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. were able to cut a part of what 11 Horses and Mule ccnstautly on hand and a 'land a. tbrr lain ons, a Kl Thl. Una on II a dwclllnc of five nxtn vu Pastures are green and luxuriant as I or articular, and Icimi for sate at all Units I.uId. norwiwrv Slonllcrilo nnd good tenant houe, Keller, Jr., of Stanford, and George knocked down. They will get from in May, and such farmers as have Carter. Turnersvlllo. Misses Amanda to 10 bushels to the aero of tho balled MUtuUUuinpi. ?piruuiu urtliniu. fcwu "r.. d Jra th iiM nnd two spring.. T,rn,a.v. udopted tho disc plow, are hastening Stagg and Hon. Georgo E. wheat. It would have yielded 15 to 30 wmmT nruiiaratloa for wheat sowing, inde Stone. Julia Iluntonvfltc. Ky. and bushels before tho storm Stone, of Liberty, attended the fair GOOD LAND FOR RENT. Undortnlcor, pendent of tho seasonable conditions riuuieu; me Corn was completely arc staving a week at tho springs. Kentucky to old stylo Implements. Hnstonvillo, - essential of 30 acre, ull officers of the fair are tho clev blades look like shoo strings. PumpThn Near Lancaster, n tract Colo and Jake Myers, of your suburb, .nn.i.-- r ciiirateu 1V lilac. my kin vines, beet tops und potato leaves in. erest set of men it has ever been el U i.t Utrwla Iiu- Offcrahtssmlcvsta lb have contributed much to comfort of pleasure to meet and showed me overy were all thrashed to pieces. This Is tho And willing top iy top prlcei In cash for ... . ....... i. viiiiin n Ihalf mile ofwith 3 and Cy countlrs. lull slkoW laaad i ol In grits Ducks, (Jcoe. cuter. to k n of which n susIwayaoD batJ by threslng tho numerous ngp. .b this locality courtesy possible. Mr. A. P. Simpson, last of a series of halls that havo visit Chicken. Oln.eiig. renllier.lUiot, Hcei Wax. houe. and loo ucrt-- oi Yellow In tho Turkc. small crop9 of wheat, but have added ..,,,,,,,, I), b. CsriwDUr, Waoajfr. , Hides of nil klmN. Copper, Ilra. Iron nnil coo. across tneurao umism , the president. Is an excellent gentle ed this section of tbo Northwest Just by Ihiue. Aim will lw In the ronrket for wool, more to their repute aB philanthropists alltogolncultHallon. man and besides presenting us with past 30 days. Grain men sent out mo and get my prlco boforo solllug. nnd ncri. a 07 acre tract, part of wbleli Is now than thoy have to their exchequer. Also tho fair, tried tho various elavators und newspapers eet wit cash. Call at my headquarter. complimentary tickets to In grass, the remainder to go In "''"; One of our matrons in anticipation of lHiH)t. StanIn overv way to raako us havo a good of Minneapolis and Dulutb, estimate I'crrln A, Pence's Ofllce. near .i, i.n.l u nll wnleie.1. nnuW !" MS. U. L tilMlON, Trot.. many guests during periods of sur"J!?.!l,:iM?:,L fer to rent the land to one party yir after ford. Ky G. Austin, vice presithat 400,000 acres of grain has been Kentucky. to her old cook time. Mr. John rounding fairs appealed ear. Uincastcr, dent, had more business on his hands damaged by these 6tonns. They also 1 for aid during tho 6cason. The response crop to bo at least Good Stock A Newly (nrntahed, tleaii teU, nj enilnl than any man on tho grounds, but al report tho wheat was: "Lord a massy, honey, I'ee had 1" 'Het Kent. bushels short. Farmers hero :ablo. EveiytlilnB ways found tlmo tocntc?taIc his menus me a cook for Mr. Johnslng out huntln' meat all tralua. genial arc crv hopeful of a good price for the of 1'reacl.etavllle. Ha Je and his pleasant manner and One mllo I have on hand Stock IIors, acres. COlu Enst the rewftlniler to go In crops. iniore'ca week." grin, ways made him a host of new friends, remainder of their shattered Calves and other stock for cultivation well watertd. nnd has gooil JTia were scarcely through lamentaSomo of tho hail lay on the ground fmv5. especially among the Lincoln county tions over loss of Emmett McCormucL: visitors. Mr. W. K. Frazler, treasurer for several hours As we drovo back .ilp. Call on or write to me if hou.eand barn. and congratulations on acquisition of and also acting marshal, never tired In to town e passed ono house where you need any of the above. HOUSE FOR KENT. . You take vHir Wheat and Corn ! M In Dalley Hill to our Biiburb, when tho his cllorts to make the fair a success tho children had gathered u tub full of CREER, Stanford. Ky In Lancaster u I irgi' house oft Mght rooms I'rtHl lUcltance Ih Ww Daughirit I.., usmI with uows distresses that the magnetism of lorated can placed ti tin bucKet in J. H. llelng centrally in btunford and cct In (UctusaEi I ur and showed us many little kindnesses hall stones and udrnntJgo ns n lionrdlng-house- . Pino Lick and surroundings has con- wo will never forget. Meal. You Can ! bnv lltmr. M. centre of same, making a nlco bucket Anrouo wishing information lny ni.pl farm to Tom stuff. Ilran. fhlekeii Peed. Ae , i'iir? it strained Bailey to rent his , s being an ex- of Ice cream. This was tho J M OltANH. Unciister. !y. Dolph Humble, besides my place than nny whore In town A in.M Nunnelley and return to more congebvllcrr toy n.lisns. will in I all I ask. gentleman, Is tho biggest busi- only real good tho storm did. Tho r r (Icildduitlwirniuliliir'l with the iuit and knob shadows. cellent a Rooil tiling for formers nnd I ii.tri nial shade trees Hiakluj IHr in Russell, having lmmonso nights are very cool, Hays notanu wiuus M ness man County itraliuof htn. indwdll hofw " nl trans irtloBs nml full weight Wo welcome Tom as a powerful re- timber Interests and is making moro very brisk. caltl all rltn-- l an.1 Lincoln cuiublnwl nud.icr Jrr-c- y from lluddvrar s Dli llltir IhMitr b Iwadwdby tnelubrnl I'rdnilhill, No Not former. and daul lufinta I'rdro Major. hi Every farmer's barn Is better than air IVIr.j money than any other man in this part National Bank. Mill ami are No 6s.las MOltltlii l!IV Teleplionu winning arlaV twuor Mr ii of this city Hods only s.Wl The democracy Ho has over 800 acres hi residence as a general rule. Tho hrrd it ir. World Islr Sliorthirn. ar J ouo of the country. tho amusement and disgust In tho contra- of timber land and Is getting out over ,..!.. ..--1 nr mi soverelv cold that It Mary'. tui-- I.with Wilder.. IVrl... Harron swl Cainial btok, f IDO.O'O. protect tho ...r.:.i ...!,. ,vit.lin- inland Clilna and llurk. dictory and contemptible contortions of 000,000 staves per day. His contract .,.i. vorw barn to md UJ Irotu the ahlrehom Indlrldually Karnirra lUnk A Tiu.t rbuy tho republican aid society, beaded by will run for several years, at the end 6tock So the new farmer lu this new lwt .herds ol KclilUfWY iriir. mwnw v"" Bucwor toTh aam or write lor what you waul uaiuowriit coutluu- and under H. C. v. Ui:it. htanfom. Kr. political and uulpltecr purists (!) Tho of which time ho will be tho wealthiest and thinly settled country has to llvo aud lsara. ou.l' fur by Mr. rriiresntnl Weiusrantee emythluiraaWALTON, (?) of pharlsees who supIs wealthy W. 1' tdltor. In a small houo unless ho lU'ld man In the country. s ported a lato apostate of scarlet comNo ono would ever expect to And such enough to purcHuse lumber at plexion, Is in line with that holy brand Tho Tailor, Alheut Kbexey. prices. a hotel as that presided over by Mr. O. county of ropudlated plo ilends who find tho B. Vauchan at the Springs. Ho has 0? Tosui i:s atiiouau iniquitous phaso of convention methods Stanpokii, Kv., building beU. just completed a Cuuld not enprewtliorai'tursof Annla lloi'lnu auth builuess rdatloni will irot niulual. I'lAlalelpuli, 1U .when tl. only after they have been "done up" ly beiieDcUl and lauul. number of cottages and during fJuudtliit Howard .t . sides a KiiiKiNev MswivurrfiirCoiuump-Zlu.Wsipuiot th heirs of M. N. Del'auw, 1 will on Ih Hccclvln; his Spring S: ueatly, labeled and filed away on a top cUplct.1? ure.1 hero la Uk l DIllUCTDia. tho fair supplied excellent accommoda burden. hud wale life shelf, without hope of resurrection, unlur 11, '99. tions for about 100 guests. Tho faro Is ,hir u!fdlind dottori t..uW- rite her no trip MONDAY, SEPT. Suiuiucr CoodK. Wllllaiiii, less through luqulsltlvo rummaging, of found and Mr. V. I,,.,. I.. ai,f 1 tlOill lur- M""HHWII iriuu.ru CouiilT fourl day, In Inint of theCoiirt hoiw) In J.J J. . )"lcy, pi;, ..ssr iluin alUIItllV. vM lily tutu u save tho the best I havo over ",!. befor, U'lllUiuU'KHb, future antiquarians. "God .lo rly has proven himself In every way a No. wmi'l "nil can Its i.ral reiniuher to u b . lU Slauiora mu ai uoiu wmij i A. W. tsrntcr, Goods Warranted. mark. ' rot. I feci Ilk. rour.dln W, ll.Uuuiuln. 1 hotel man. Ho Is assisted in tho cu- TirfcaB .i Luin oaunnntt who tries Vt Kltikta Harrods-burOU II J, n. l.ynu, Miss New L. Williams, of . Fit Guaranteed. J Mrs. New Dlaoorrry for any troubled! t i""; "-:S.H.ebants "'"J ana is visiting Mrs. G. C. Rlffo and linary department Dy his sisters, tnai ' J. P. Ca.h. " ownclbrM S Del'auw at llmo of his iWth It orLunM I'rlceWc etcry ibottle guiraulscd. IGivc Hiin a Car", Addlo Vaughan. U. II. Owaley. .. 7 ...ti- -. lr.nn Ktanbird and oUi mile-- , Iroul other relatives. Dr. Ralloy, of Junc- Graham and Mrs. visitors were regis- IVnuj'a Drujt store, OI'l'ICUKS. luyl A Umvln lurndke and During tho fair 150 lUiiTlllousarth tion City, was hero this week visiting contain, a dwelling hum. barn, and all ncccaury HUBBLE. II. Hbaok., I'rnldeut; oulbulldlniif and la sll first da, land Mrs. R's relatives. Miss Klo Burch tered at this hotel alono. J.ll. Ow.lsy.Ca.bler, Asst. Cashier. At ttie siii liiu I will aellSU acre or knob Below I give a partial list of prem W. M. llrUol, has been Installed as principal of our Frank Hollzolaw bus been sellloir land ou U bile Oak lu lit) lo Co. iums: mad knou day of Ml. 'letiiia 75 per bushel. high school, and It Is nourishing. IMIIVKNS.Agtul Maro or gelding 4 yrs. or over, R. II. seed wbcat ut lookMisses Mugglc Bright and Mary Burch Mr. Doll, from Sublnu, O., Ib Id, FIRST NATIONAL BANK "'"'ft Dunn, Hustonvllle. contributed to tho sunshine of this end ing "Iwr somo srood feedluu cattle. D. Cow any kind W. W. Lyon. ! Land OP 9TASH)K!. KY. last Sunday by a Hying visit. Col. Ben Public N. l'rowltt U back from tho Spring Buck, W. W. Lyon. ltobln6on, of this city, enjoys tho meaner than over. UIvy Miller and & Drye. l'biuton pony, Carpenter CiplUl Stock $100,000. Sarplui, J17.C33 SI on hie of his fullow-cltli'.returned to their homo In On Saturday, Scxt. x6, Maro any ago (draft) Robert Allen, wlfo havo sweeping successes at all tho fairs with J. D. Milter and child-n.- I will sell to tho liluhostbldderontlio prem-l.e- x This Itialltullon orlglually catabllibrd sa tb Illlnolr. Mn. of Casoy. LexlnL'ton, uro vlslllntr her his horso stock. J. II. MoAllster, of tho fitrm of thu Into A. V Now land, sit- ro.it Hank ol Stanford lu IMJ, thsu reon;anlid u Saddle maro II years und over, Car w i of on the !.. A N your town, was hero last week topping father, Luthur Underwood. Sirs. i. uated, ut Ctdur I'reuk btatlou Orchard plku, th Natloual Hank cfhUutard In 18U audaalo H. It on tho tluiiford A. Urub penter & Drye. tho many herds of shipping and feeding uriindion, of Nleholas- - sown miles from btuiiford und thnc from Saddle stallion, maro or gelding, It. C. Smith and roorgaulicd a tb First Natlouil Hank ol btauford Htccrs. lie bought 00 In tho immediate vlllo, uro visiting her tiopbewu, u. J. Crab Orchard. RIITe, of Covington, II. Duuu. of Lacd, suburbs. Dr. Jim In 1887, has had l.ractlcally in unlnlrru.le.l ilit ThU FaraC:ntahj 133 Acres Quito a uurauor irora Female rider, Miss Lucy Bell, Casey. and A. M. f.uco. joined his wlfo and boy hero last Sundower, well Imiirov- tho mpuat Wuhloft to the widow's o( cuceforllycars. It U better aup.lled now wlli this community attended day. Kylo Bohon, formerly of this now eluht rouius. Ja?k any age, L M. Combest. mm ed withlMjrchc residence two burin undtwo lacllltlcs for trantullng buslucaa rouiitly aud ull uudcellars, city, and wife havo returned to tbclr U, James Association at tho Fork churon The Coitipouuillu; ot hull. Mule 2 years old and under la dolnjf somo necissury outbulldliiK, such ns smokehome at Decatur, III. week. U. V. GivenUs loug ind bonorablt SlcuiciiicH Allen, Casoy. house, etc. Two never fulling house, work on hU country road sprltga,buRgy coii.eulent to school house, church- career. Accouuta ol ludlslduali, tdudules.riruii Parade of premium stock, Carpenter much needed QUARANTINirWITlIDRA WN muddy es and About .0 ucros lu Isilmiu with ubsolutu accuracy In our In thoso place that often got o iSc Drye. OLD POINT COMFORT. lialanca In Iduu gruss. Tho farm ted InJlilJuali solicited. , they can not bo gono over. Carpenter & Dryo will Ih) offered lu two tnu'ts, tho widow's I'HKSOHUTION DKI'AUIMIIXT Pair tnarei, Tbo quarantine existing at Norfolk Pair geldings, Carpenter & Dunn. dower of IS ucri' with Improverueuu, Us uiaiCTOii. TllA'FTliTlOMJiSti HUAKACIH. Tho bid or bid ucreplvd uud Old Point Comfort ou account of Co.; Klu'a unimproved tho greuter alii". Tho J. W. Haydeu, Stanford mill the ipinlllv ot till ilruj; ukiI ,s of u K. lleld, Lincoln If you uxsl !r. uuUlly ltie Fat man rider, J. C. Coultor, Casoy. which reallto very hlylt graile. Jud. of iullrrcra hit yellow fever, uuvicg been withdrawn, Ufl " r bus tlio right of seeding In tho full, S.T. Harris, " H. II. llaufhuian, Handsomest turnout, It. H. Dunn, N.w ma for Nek aud K.nou this Is to notify all concerned that the tbclr The pli)lc'Iau' suiivmi In tliu of the Hi ucres Jan. I, bhl and atroug with full pm.csalou Miss Pearl Rose, of "nwa.Sbolldunyour 'health. accompanied bv Chesapeake ii Ohio Railway has T. P. Hill, ot ilitlictilt take Uilepviuleut on the lltou. J. S. Hockcr, " to Old Point Com- Uustonvlllu. This was tho handsom- IrVtbiui Ouly io Mnt. .Mooty back If not cash, balance In six bale of tickets Tkhu. W. A. TrlblU, purity and f realities if tlio ilriics Havo IS taouths with C per cent. Interest Willi W.P.Walton " , oy ftuuy, lruUU points atfoctcd by the quaruud cured, bold fort and all wo havo over seen. socurlty. Lien retained ou tho luud for tlio J. 11 Colllr,Crib Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Yernon liUonler lllleil hero ami the result will uxcursbms to est turnout antine Tho Friday the untlro Hustonvillo crowd, Oouccountof iliTo. A. K. Natloual nun huso money. aamo time und pluro some Old Point Comfort on the second and bo highly HatUfactury. I will sell ut btanforJ. fourth Tuesdays will also bo resumed, myself and wlfo drovo over to James- Kocampmont, tho C. & O. will sell cousUtlng of bedroom M , P.CIuor, commencing with the second Tuesday town uud spent the afternoon. Wo stop, 1, till house Sale will begin ut Uuiiie to See V. couch, table, etc. Philadelphia, Sept. orricail. lu September. Round trip ticket will ped with Mr. J. B. Patterson at bis K..r:io.nt8Uao. Wrlto G. V. Uar- - st. u. Tor further Information address J S. Uocktr, PrMldcnt; J. J. Mcltolciu; Cublir. sf II. V NEWLAND, Kxor . ha 815, limited to '21 duvs. For full incluguntly treated, ney, D. 1. A., Lexington (or further l'ruacherstlllt', ICy.l A. 4. McKlumr Ai'UUatCib'tr, formation wrlto Geo. W. Darmiy, Dlv. new hotel and wore three-stor- y build particulars. a largo Lextugton, Ky. The hotel li i'assenger Agent, it 1 OS I. M. A. M. .. ."' RU33KLL ainuxos. AftopftJoIlohtful rlilo of 60 miles through tho most plcturesquo scenery In Old Kentucky, wo arrived at Russell Springs Tuesday morning just In tlmo to nttend tho opening of tho 2nd annual meeting of tho Russell Springs Fair With nlco aropblthcatro, Association. band stand, stables and good half rallo track, they are thoroughly equipped to meeting and did so. give a first-claTho display of stock was tho best I havo seen In yenrs, thcro being several etrlogs and every ono a good one. Among tho horsemen present were C. C. Carpenter and W. S. Drye, of Lincoln, with six head, Dignity Dare, Tyson, etc.: Richard Dunn, Jr., of Lin coln, with J. S. Carpontcr's Lexol; W. D. MoKlnnoywlthToney Boy; W. L. Grady, of Adair, with Jordan Peacock and clght.or 10 moro good ones and a number from Cumberland, Pulaski, Ca sey and Wayne. J. S. Carpenter s Lex el was probably tho most admired horso on tho grounds and Mr. Dunn, his rider, showed him to tho very best advantage, graduating tho first day and making many friends both for himself and his employer. Dock Drye was tho happiest looking man on tho grounds, and although ho got tho "warm end of It" on tho start, finished with prom lums and certificates to his credit, but then Dock "never gets wrong." W. B. McKlnneywlth Tony Boy, won tho trots both the 2nd and 3rd days and Tony gave tho track a record of 2:23, although he had no company that could make him warm up. In the cattlo and sheep rings thcro was warm competition, but Mr. Walker Lyons, of Lincoln, carried off honors In overy ring he showed In and wound up hln engagement by selling a yearling Shorthorn bull calf to Mr. Hudson, of Adair, for n ing and Is beautifully furnished throughout. Mlsc Fannlo Garnett and "Daiit" Marcum, Dr. J. G. Staples nnd Henry Kemp formed a pleasant party at tho Springs from Columbia. Dp. Weinberg, tho optician, has dono nland ofllce business and with his green socks and pleasant manner, has j. v., K. mado many menus, TI1H now sue savkd urn Wt Mind runcUrit ml Do All Klnl: ef MOTnen PAUflllTCR'stlrK. Bepilrisz. UTTI.K Surgeon I am the mother of right children and Dentist, CYCLE CO., HANVILLK, KY THE DANVILLE havo It nil a grout tleM of txperlrnce with No. US Thlr I 61. medlcliici List summer my llttlo daugh ter had the dysentery In its worst form OfflckT' Mtllobern' Dm Slor In th Osatey We thought itio wou d die I tried every lliiuuint. thing I cou d think of, but nothing teemed to do her any good. I saw by an ad- Plain and raihlnnable Sewing Culling nnd J0ll! II CASTI.KMAH. AatllfRI' l.M." Vaur WorhiHt. l'lttlng a Specially vertisement In our pnpor that Chamber-Uln'- s IlKCCKIMIIIlOr. l'ATl.rlASt tilli A. S. PRICE K8rlHHbVJ MISS EVELYN TARDIF, The Seamstress. W. S. BBAZLBY, 1). D. S Stanford, Ky Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea edy nnd one had Rem- NORTH DAKOTA STUKM. wai highly recommended nnd sent ITS TERKIFIO DESTRUCTION OK WHEAT, COIIS AND OTHElt CHOPS. Grandi:?, N. D7Au"g. slbly got n bottle nt onco It proved lo he of the very best medicines wo uvor I in tho houiio. It saved my llttlo Teeth Extracted Without, Pain life. I am anxious lor every With Vltnllifd Air. Physician In attend-micdauhgtcr's mother to know what ait excellent mediOffice In the New Tliompoon nulimnff. (! cine It Is. Had I known It at first it a great deal of would have saved mo Ol anxiety aud my little daughter much suf- Lincoln County Farm For Sale. Yours trtilr, Mrs Geo. J Bur fering 14, Largest I'lre Insurance Company In the dick, Liberty, It. I. For sale hr Craig A. World I will offer for al th farm tirn which I now r Mocker, Druggists. ennlilni 11 Id, alw Stock, Crop. Ao. Nikl hrtuwl wtrr.l. MS land, cTMOfSrat cIim blue itim Tho postal money order will bo about writ traced ind desirably located IS '" f10 C. 8. riUrod. on lk tho size of a draft and tho postmaster Morrlind. a Ullon on th to Stanford lnullnn from tlll.llll Managers Houlhern Department. lnl larir frani. conulnla will glvo a duplicate recolpt for monoy on said farm la and raprrtd rmni. system has and In nantry, Ac., nwly ixlntrd Ocneral Officers, Columbia Ilulldlng. Uiult-- i for it. The business of tho a condition. M. tactile. Ky Sal will lgla It 10 o'clock. H on and two grown from 419 oftlccs in ISO! to 30,000 TKi.-)n-lh- lrd ca.h, balance In during tho fiscal year 30,000,-00- 0 yar wlih Intcrct from dat of sal lw-lo- n now and sredM ON FARMS ! orders were Issued, amounting in toltn Ic 1,1.tlni lor sdlo;. tcla at urualU. II WH1AN, Mllldlllf,Ky. 41 Id valuo to $210,000,000. e. Lancaster, Ky. ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY irrt-cU- A FARM FOR SALE BEHZLEY HOTEL, $2. jTE. ,- ?. A. JONES, mmfr court-hou- B. 3. FOX, e; Pop-plewe- ll 1 r J. T. SUTTON, -- W-A-HSTTIEI s ir-.- .. (.iv." Mason Hotel titat-ola- TO STOCS MEN Farm For Just Like a 1 Mill. l I, v first-clas- FOR SALE. T 1 ru-lj- hi-- ll, pl - RUPLEY, enor-mou- m uw mi Solicits Your Bank Account, Merchant two-stor- 1 1 la 11 g, FHR70F 130 HCRES .I-.- Iru Sale of grat-ulatio- ns en n. 'gj, 1 - iKist-ofli- culll-vutlo- u, pur-clu- ui "liull treat-iuoi- iI Oiio-thlr- d Bd hold-good- s, iFenny'Drug Store.