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NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. , If if iirii1t Thn Itrndhniiil- lVli urMjtlt .,. hvvi - "w Much intccst I blng manifested In w l.' I'.lUln. tins nblo ndvooalo ui. Tom Grant, n Mlddlcsboro man. fell provlou. exhibition., Imth lao meeting at the H iiilt church. from a train at Knoxvlllu and lot his MaccabcolMn and tho democratic tick- of slock und crowds, cumo to a Tho heat tin been very oppresslvo life. ct, win In our city Sutunliiy. closo Friday afternoon nnd many aro for several days and u good ruin Is John Brewer was run over by hi Mm. Win. HroiUlmw, nocd U.J ycurn, orry that It will bo 12 lonjr months needed. of coniurontlon. Tho train at Wllllumsbiirg while coupling iviilav .n.t before another fair will bo held at that Tho Danville fair promises to bo a cars and fatally mangled. rcmnln wcro InlJ to reil In Lnncntor good little town, populated by tho best good ot,o and largo crowds nro expectJ L. Irvine, who used to llvo In Lancemetery Saturday afternoon, ntlor and inon hospitable eop1o Imasiluablu. ed dully. caster, died In Louisville Saturday, atiproprlatu funornl csrvlce conducted Tho croft'd Friday wns estimated at Tho Wcatherford Hotel I to be Im where ho had lived for 12 years byltev J.C Miimio. 1 ,WiO to 2,000 and n mora orderly or proved by a much needed coat of paint, Coleman Burdett, of Kockcastlo, who l'r0 Oorgo (Jowcn beifan l'.ldcr Jollier one has not gathered In yours. which will greatly mid to tho appear-Is 50 year-- ? old. Las never had iho tooth-acli- o trnctcd inccilnp nt Antloch church on Lincoln county peoplo wcro there by anco of our town. or missed a meal on account of Sunday and lartfo crowd arc In attend' tho hundreds nnd If any caino homo After fluding that the Stanford team sickness. J C. Mueo will mioii Ihj feeling nnce Iter. that ho did not get lit monoyS J. P. Havel, formerly of Laurel, was Is no tln rovlvnl orvlce at tho Hallt worth and have u good tlmo ho hasn't would bo unable to come Saturday, our club telephoned for the Danville nine. killed by his horses running away of church. Kldcr C. K. I'owoll will prench inado It known. In fact jou can gel at Howard Camnltz, the pitcher, was while ho was driving a ruko on u turm about money noxt Sunday. Ilrodhcad at any tlmo more for your struck In the llfth Inning by n batted lu Missouri. If our dUalTeeted friend will only money (ban at any placo that It has By nn explosion of a boiler belonging tho fact that principle I ureal been my pleasuro to go. For 25 cent ball and rendered unconscious for a rcnllo few minutes, but was able to resume to Tom Hale In Knox county, bo was man, they will ote to or than any either tho Albright Hotel or Hotel tho gumo. At the closo of the gamo severely injured, Gene Williams killed tho eternal principle of de- Frith will ilvo you tho best meal you mocracy, and leave off any conlucru over iit down to imJ almost every thing tho score stood 12 to 5 In favor of Dan- uud Wulter Gilbert mortally wounded. ville. Tho Burktsvlllo Herald says that man, especially when tho Hon of tho olsu I correspondingly cheap. "Llvo MU Snllio Cooke l visiting Mrs. Judgo Win. F. Owslcv, of that place, head of tho ticket I) favorable to tho and let llvo" seems to bo tho general bct rntcret of tho jieople. tho erltl- - motto thora and they slick closo to It. Fayette Dunlap InIn Danville. O. S. had SsOO stolen from him one day reWilliams clerked the drug store cently. It was taken out of his private In anwcr to Jailor IIom, Tho crowd Thursday was In excess of during C. W. Adams' stay at Crab box In tho bank vault. On account of falling health, Squire any other sccotid day In P. S. tho associa Orchard. J. Walker PIrkorton, who line A. D. Ilcnfroc, ono of the A Doty lm declined ti mako iho tion J. history, as stated In our last, and has been quite III for a wcok or more, clllrcns of Knox county, shot and sehi doctor liuv in race for representative, a lot of slock was shown. Wal Is ublo to be out agnla. News has been riously wounded Frank Cox, through lngadvled him to do o. This U a lace Govcr, son of CurtisLiltlu Cover, of received that Miss Kllrabelh Uogle has mistake, thinking ho was a man with matter to lw rcu'rottcd a ho could have Crab Orchard, won In thb boys' riding typhoid fever In Luxlni'ton Miss Dot whom ho hud u dilllculty. won. There nro othcrf, howocr, tho ring. Jack Hallard got the blue fortho Wood Wayne, son of Anthony nainc of Hon. K. II. Tomlinon and J. worst turnout; Tom W. Nuplcr, of tle Powell, who Is teaching In Stanford, farmer of Boyle spent Saturday and Sunday with her Wajnc, u K. Koblnaon belni: frequently mention& Co., L. 136, Crab Orchard, got firs'- inonoy In the parents here. MUscs Lain IMrington couuty, was brought to Danville by ed, and It U aucrtod that cither ran running rnco and Duncan, of Klch and Susie Fryo linve returned fioma Jailer Koby, of Nelson county, to anwin, if ho can bo induced to mako the mond, second; Dave Wilcox, of Madi pleasant visit in Bradfordsvlllc. Dr. swer a charge of breaking Into and raco. Itccord, son, took iho pace and Tr.iynor, of tho Carl Wheeler, of Lexington, was ming robbing the home of Mrs. Carrie Rain-crim offered by tho Central wnio counlv, carried off second money of Perryvllle. recardlntr tho ringing of tho court- The mulo race, always an laiercstlug ling with old friends for a few days. A picture of Mrs. Lutlo Logan Kcan, mo to say that ho wa house bell, ak feature, was won by Thomas Francisco, BRIEF NEYS NOTATIOK. sister of Hev. Sanford M. Logan, apelected to do that, among other thlne, with William Hyslnger nnd H. C. peared in Saturday's Courier-Journa- l, nnil that ho intend to do Ills duty. Ho Jons, nil of Ilockcaetlo, second nnd Robert Clark, the book publisher, with iho statement that she will salt further ay that It nounds hldcoiu to third, respectively died at his home in Cincinnati of heart Sept. 0 to complete her musical studies 1! tho editor of that papor because It iug Tho fust horse, Tony Hoy, driven by dttcato. gOKtcd Ui him In other day tho conAt Liberty, O , 5,000 barrels of coal In burope. She Is said to have a won Will McKlnnoy, of MoKlnney, carrliul One contralto voice. vening of tho grnnd Jury, when he off tho honor In oil wore burned by being struck by derfully the $75 trot Friday, Deputy United States Marshals C. M. would alway wove- bl carca.s out of with hns uot lind in years such an assortment of Trunks as we noff lightning. Tmynor's Proxy and Wheeler's town. huve. Tho Ins of life on tho Virginia coast Handall and Ilarve Steolc, of Loudon, LlLda Fisher, second und third. Tom made u raid on u large moonshine outfit Ononf tbomo.t amunlng thing In from the West Indian hurricane Is es- am .npier again won mo running ruco, in Kuox. They found the still deserted tho world I to hear a man ay, "I while Thomas Mink cot the purso In tlmutd at 100. I at good a democrat an anybody, but of tho mule race, with Uurk Furrln u hot Calloway Adklns was crushed to by the moonshiners, who had gone In such haste they left 12 lino Berkshtrc will not nupport the ticket." Think second. The saddle stallion, maro or death undent rock In a qunrry neur hogs. One thousand gallons of beer tho folly ol the oxproolon. It U like gelding ring had a Held full of good Knoxvlllu, Tenn. y the man who always provokixl a a Methodist preacher were poured out by tho "shiners" and one and tho Judgo found It hard to copper still, cap claimed U) b a n aut deoldotho winner. Cotton, of Klrks of William Iloy, dropped doad In hU tho tubs, La Porte, Iud., und worm were captured. While thcotn bio cltlcn; or HUo tho noldlwr. who ville, finally won, however, nnd Jumos pulpit during u sermon. wore asieep mo "sinners returndeserted tho rank In the heatof I141UB Tho coal tnlue owners of the Pitts ccr lieox, of Mudlson, got second, und hogs uhd started much honor a uud then claimed a burg district have formed a trust with ed, drovo out the Gllll Craig, of Kockoasilo, third. Mr. ncror the mountain with them. The thoo who stood, face to fne with the Cruig also won In the running walk a capital of 01 milllou dollar. nnd recaptured und won tho victory Away enemy, Mr. Joseph Schneider, of Bowling olllcers followedmiles frum tho still. the rlngi'deffiitingsererul cracks G. It. hogs about llvo Ac Llegnnt, id 'lies 2A to US inches, prices Jl.oO to $15 with uch tophUtry. If you una a dem- Hainrcy got died of blood poUonlng, caused Green, fccond. ocrat ycu will wibmlt to tho nomma liu. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Mr. John W. Uastin, of Pittsburg, by the bite of a tlon of your iwrty, a the soldier obey Flvo miners wore killed by an explowho has never been defeated, won ovtir tho order of tho commander. Tho meeting at Goshen, conducted Mis Hosii Gentry, of Hookcastle, who sion of dynamite ut the Margaret MinMr M. I). Hughe and Mle Grace ing Company's mine near Cartorvlllc, by Kids. J. L. Allen and J. G. Livingshad never before in 61 a Walcrloo.inthe Ac. Terms OASU. Klnnaird aro on the lclc list. MU ton, which has been a most Interesting Mo. L111U Orant onwrtnlnud on Friday ladles' riding ring. A great deul of Tho court of appeals granted u stay one, will close tomorrow night. Thore was munlfctd in this ring and night, and MIm Carr'.o Curruy on Sat- Interest of execution to Clarence Williams, sen- have biion eight additions so far. About 26 Odd Fellows probably a dollar or so changed bands IU'V. A. J. Ashburn, n prominent urday night tenced to bo hanged at Paris noxt Frion il. . . . Buptlst minister of Louisville, formerly m citno over from your city on Friday Kvcrv ring In the farm product ex- day. in putting on soino work nlglil to Mnrtln Haley, of Bloomllold, III.. connected with tho Western Keeorder, tilled und some splendid corn, here, there twins about soven citmil-dat- hibit sent a bullet through his brain when (licensed at the abuse of Gocbcl, has The lodge I oomKwd of gootl IHitutuM, molon and the like wure his wife threatened to sue him for dl- - o lured hi services for tho ticket. lIPsTOXVILLK, Ky., Aug. iJ, 1S99. shown, proving one of two things: going on. men and a general revival orco. Kookcastle farmer either know how to Hev. J. M. Yingling, pnstor of the BedTho cood work hould be encouraged. A dog ran In front of Gen. John B ford Street MclhodNt church at Cumbersoli or have the soil to grow Mrs T. H. r.lkin and son, Kobert, urn till the Gordon ut Itoekbrtdgo, Alum Springs, land, Md, says: "It ullords uie much uttondlng the lUpilft Association at 'cm. Tho onke walk Friday afternoon had Va., tripping him up and hurting blm pleasure to recommend Chamberlain's I'artln has cono Mt. sterling. Mrs. lr:i Gknts: You will please find unclosed check for one four couples, all of Crab Orchard, and painfully. Colic. Uiolciu and Diarrhoea Kemudy. I to rtcinu, Knox county, to visit At Tllo, Ind., Charles Wullorsmith, u have ucd It and know oilicrs who have all son und daughters of Hum. It was Uev. l'.irllu proiiehed at that Plow, or in other words, the best plow that I Tiger one of the good feature of the fair and funnel, was married to his wifo for tho done so. 1 have never known It to fail. place for live your. Mr. and Mr. J. me contestant cut wore ninth time. They have been divorced It is a sure cure when taken in time.' have ever seen. K. Storrnot aro In Michigan. Judgo, tue antics oight times. For sale by Utuij .v Houkcr, Druggitu. J C. Hemphill and II. T Igan very amusing. Waller Dolany and his Mr. T am plowing clover land that Jim Jollrlos, of California, knocked sweetheart got the blue and Will Mack was grazed last year and have returned from Indiana. Putor Jackson In four rounds ut Tho Bourbon News thus describes a Circuit court adjourned last Friday and his fair damsel second. Frog Kjo out It is awful hard and dry, but the old could not have beaten thee two, In his Vancouver, 11. C. Jetlrles had it his new conlldonco game: ''A new confi mowed this year. till Tuesday. Thfc trial of I'rather, own way all through. dence game is bsiug worked on country palmiest day. accused of murdering Koborl Hurton, Mr, lieorgo Nowbolt, of Daviess peoplo by three swindlers. A stranger Tiger i doing the work for it, and don't you forget it. .Valter W. Suundurs, of Stanford, win pmsod until noxt Thurnloy. V.. Thompson, who drove counlv, found the gold ring she lot comes to u farm house und u&ks for 1 would not be without one for anything in the bounds Jury adjourned on Friday, ufter and Mrs. J. only Dr. K. J Brown's nice rig, won in tho throe year ago in the craw of a chick- lodging, uud ulong about midnight a only llvo day service, roturnlng man uud woman come to tho sumo of reason. fuuey turnout ring ovor Mr. Jama F. en sho killed last week. IT Indictment. ThUlndlcato a healthy Mlko Click, of Klllott county, wus house hunting u preacher to marry moral In our county. Tho Cummins uud friend. condition of Wishing you and the tiger Disc X'low great success, 1 Tho Brodlicad band, assisted by tho found by tho ro.idsldo fearfully shot In them. The first struuger happens to casoof Hunloy Singleton against the 15 shot having taken cITc'ct, bo u minister, of course, una pel forms Kentucky Oroivor' Insurance Co., for several Stanford gantlnuien, furnished tho face, T. L. UAUI'-UJNTJ'JK- . lours truly, iho ceremony, und the farmer uud his un, threo In the right eyo. lot on bum and hemp, win dismissed, good music und plenty of It. Mr Kdlth Quick, aged 17 year, aud wifo urj asked lu sign iho certlllcatc, Tho president, secretary, treasurer without prejudice, on hi on motion. of u month, Is In jail ul Peru, which afterwards turns up us u When 1 wroto that tho claim ought to uud ull others Interested In tho fair aro u bride on tho charge of murdering hor note for a comfortable sum. &M I only had one ldoof lliooaso. to bo uongrutulutud oi the suecoss of It Ind.. bo paid, by administering olson. swindle is un ingenious scheme, It now uppoar In a dliTerctil light. in every way, Tho olover gutitlomeu husband Alexander, colored, was hang Tho Julius und farmer would do well lu keep it In Gcorgo T. Hlgglnbothum, a man of all have the Interest of the ussociatlon N. C, for crliulnul mind ' undoubtud Integrity, at heart and leave nothing undone to ed at Charlotte, good Judgmon and Tho oxocutlon was Indorsed blUllVUt ABLAL toll mo that ho Investigated tho matter promote It. A dividend of about 15 per ? unj loul lor jsjn ljr tlis '1 u Iw buiiuJ luud from tho frcalTold by a colored preacher. U iliu wurt loriu ul .u.err 1km. fully ami that tho compauv I not liable cent will bo deuiured. VU o cliulni uf tlucM sugar dealers held Independent A delightful paity wan oujojed at 1. VUlllauu, ul Mjiu littler, Mull,, uu Uuw sued for anything. It I further stated that Mitts Irts llw ut Milwaukee, nnd decided to A lse HMiuaa for IUu Jwir 4) "My iou.d Uti Uut lUal inu tho company t rellablo and that it Tho Albright Hotel Friday evening A 1mi so Itvlpk. down tho gauntlet to tho sugar turuuvrrlii IvU HOuc. Altsr uiii twu luUlis ul adjust all proper ulaiin. promptly largo crowd of joung people fromu half throw luii'ruirJ uul l.kitrW lllllrrs, threatening u cut In sbittiu aulirr ouliuUuuUrrtuilyjpr,iiitf rtuixty work Hits dozen town wore present and enjoyed trutt. They aro UVlruialtMlUviMSiiuUklj euro usnuiitunu u Sl'l'T. SINGLKTON tho hospitality of Mr. J. II. Albright prices. Usui,.. luvUticlwiy, lie.dailw, bAikauie, l.lutinif " Sin; out tho old Ring In ths new tills mlrailo wurkuu ud ii"t Tho Itotall Butchers' Association of LugudwiiU lu wvik, tUkly, ruu duwulucUlauo ItirrfitNS THAN'Kb ANl COItltlXTS A uud hi excellent wife. A splcudld Eing out tho falsa EIng la tio true " vu u fuud of M18TAKK. lunch udded to tho plcasuruof llio occa- Now York decided to raise linn lulo gunrjutwd (July CxiitQU. ul by We brine to you the new and true from tht $5,000,000 to light tho Chicago meat I'catiy PiuUt. STANTOltU, Aug. 2S. Now Ihut I um sion. plney forests of Norway ablo to wrllo again I hereby express to Tho many friend of Secretary A. 13. trust. Already 81,000,000 has been subProf. Muck, tho celebrated ucronaut, tho good people of Crab Orchard and Albright aro sorry to know thut ho scribed. will pooltlvoly muke u balloon usceu-sIo- q vicinity my thank for kindness shown will imovu to Cincinnati soon und do u Judge Henry Hilton, who was tho leevery duy ut the Danvlllo fair, merchant, dlvlug fiom midair In u parachute our worthy instructor and tcucher prod uoo und commission huslncs. gal adviser of tho great and Fine-Tar-Hon- ey Mb at during tho Iostltuto, und regret that I llrodhcud's loss will bo Cluclnnutl's Alexander T. Stowurt, One duy he will taku his wife up with death becauio manager of his vast es- him. This attraction has been secured ublo to bo present und rcculvo guln. wus not Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by tho benoOtdorlved from tho Institute, J. Harvey Dunn's parents will soon tate, Is dead ut New York ufter a long ut considerable expense August science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posttiro 1. which I au Important factor In advanc- move hcru from Boylo and thut clever illness. m Tho llrst lcgul execution of white Can for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces ing tho causo of education. I was glad young gontleiuan Is happy. Miss Hose Jenkins, of Louisville, und of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. mon In tho Indian Territory took placo to hoar that tho mooting wan u success. K. C. W. Dunlul Laugsford, of Nelson, In Lungs arowbDa Tho sore, weary cough-worut Muskogee, when Cyrus A. Brown For tho bonutlt of soma who think tho to cross Bccchford river at mucus Is cut out j tho rated; the microbe-tearinEd VultOrf, Of tho iNTKRIOIt Joua-NA- and Matthew Craig were bunged for too all go to tho Instructor, teacher's were drowned. cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed was here Monday gathering sub- murder. They went on the scaffold the Cox ford, please sco Sec. 142 common school law, s membranes aro healed and soothed so that then f VULCAMC till ITIO.Nfc. l'rof. Withers was paid $50 und not $7U scribers for tho "best papor now on smiling like u pair of fools. Is no Inclination to cough. AruKnuJ, but earth." Bro. Wulton suys thut every II. K. Mitchell has llled suit at Frank lliuklrii Amlm Sklu Lruillon ral Ills ol IIJoy us stated In lust Usiio. SahmuiwHrjci'i Ii Old, SOLO BY ALL QOOO DRUQQIST9 thing looks rosy for the dumocrats In tin ugalnst D. M. Walker, for 810,000 aud Ktir burvs, L'livr., Hull., IVIoui. Curiu, G. SiNui.rrros, Supt. Bottlaa Only. 23o., 60e. and $1.00 SIim seduc-et- l Waits, Cuu. llruUc, llura., fit aids, Clijd Lincoln und that there will oo few or damages, charging that Walker llaud, Clillblalui. Hot llloiureuu ratlb, BE SURE YOU GET uibmakck'b' muNm:uvi.ni5- -a t'alusaud no bolters by Novombor. Tho demorEAF tftHD.fcauDOtruMd bis daughter, Vullte, und thut sho Kiurautotd. Suld Aclirs. tluly 2 ll. a box. Luis by Ituny Piuiil. V lh result of liU tpleuilltl bolltb. liulauiU Hll ui have not ucted tho fool but one Is now. In a critical condition. Mitchiy m. Dr. Deli's ilils ilU tu4 iremuiluu enorgjr rs iwt ftiuuil crats Uirof. lliqakkaaarriciiiiHtf.i"t tncrlDMwtUaJCOUfhtiuidrnlil. Ilm irbtrs tttoiuh. Ulrr. Kltlo.y. itil lluwrl. lr tlmo In Lincoln for soma tlmo and ell Is the sonlor member of tho tlrui of Tho Nullonul Associuiion of Mexican Wf U. A. uuloforUsr, If yuu wsut tltswi iiumIUUm slid lbs wnk I aon Uoui.-Houston, dtugglsts. The Yetciuus will hu neld ut ludluuupolis, uew tlisy trluK, um Ui JKIux's N tils fills. that dooo will do them u mug tunc W Mitchell Tbry iltvsloii svsrjr iwrlf Lrslu snj LuJjr. Uuljr fcep, Progressive Homo Journal. daughter wu In the Bupllst choir. FOH WALK AT PKNKY'S DRUG STORK. Somerset iXu t I'tuujr't drut slur. our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. fll i.. GOLD DOIMKS 1 At 50 Cents. better value than the offer we are now making ANY SUIT IN OUR STORE FOR Nothing- Whatever Reserved. Best $7.50. 'Phone best-know- n Shoes, &c, J. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Central Kentucky. well-kno- - Frohman THB GLOBB, Danville. y, I I TRUNKS OUR LADIES' TRUNKS ! - I I 1 dim-cult- and-tho- 100-gall- "kle-slng- i I i I TELESCOPES, VALISES, H. J. M'ROBERTS. .. .. ait .. 1 o. 1 Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, Dic rula-t.vc- a. The-gran- prom-mlseo- ucon-foreuc- ' mi ,il DR. BELL'S 30-Sc-pl. n g ul 'I3-t- Phts-Tsr-Kon- i Mr. 12-1- 4. ivy , .& In-- his speech at Kllrabothtown Sat bel, for whom hu oxprtJMaJ friendship Tho Mt. Sterling Oazctto report. I sales of 1,501 sheep, lambs at 1.1 75 tol urdny, which was heard by a vait was willing. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL crowd, Mr. Goebel read a letter from Judge James Denton, of Somortot, M.10 forcurci, ,'lo for wethers nnd la Auguit Beltmont, chairman of tho L. has nnnounccd for tho republican nom- for laralx, Cal. Newman, of Pennsyl ft N'. Kallrnad Co., In which ho cays ination for State Senator, Barring his vania, bought In this and Bath counties Stanford, Ky., Aug. 29, 1899 that tho company desires to tnko no politics he Is a mighty good man for last week 150 suckling mulos at from $15 to $15. hand in politic', "but will bring to bear thoonicu. Charley Herr, owned by David Cu- on tho public nit tho arguments that It Tho republicans of Boll will hold W. P. WALTON. can command to counteract tho mass convention Sept. 11 to nomlnato a hill, of Loxlngton, won tho seventh nnd hostility." cnndldato for county Judgo to fill tho deciding heat of the Maaiihuott Then Mr. Goobel went for Mr. Belmont vacancy caused by the death of Judge Slako racout Uondvllle In 'J:12!, best DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and his tompiny and r.wo tho reasons time 2.10 Tho raco trui worth $10,000 J times N'oal. I'viry day a liirgaintliir nt for its hostility, adding: "The Gov llradloy lias appointed Dr. Sam and It Is Mild ovor $150,00(1 changed For (Sotc rnor, L. & X. railroad doesn't need protec- R Jonri, of Frankfort, a commlsslonsr bands on thu result. WILLIAM (iOKHKL. ! for Lieutenant (loTernnr. tion. All It needs Is fair treatment, of the feeble-minde- d J. T. Stowart has biuightnnd shipped Institute, to 911J.O.W. 1IKCKIIAJI. and that I proposo to give It. It Is oeed Dr James U Kly, resigned. The between 1,000 and 5,KH) lamb to CinThe oxtrtimcly lw pricei ipmted on Hiimmar (funds l clean mveep ami For Attorney (IcDeral, strong enough to protect Iteelf. I don't new nnpolntce is a democrat. cinnati and Louisville this ceion at lint to mrry over a Mntjlit dollar' worth n.j. imr.cKixniimK. know what words I could clionso in or Auditor, Judge K. J. Breckinridge, democrat- prices ranging from 5 to (lie. Walter (iUSO COULTER. whloh to thank Mr. August Bolmonl1 ic noinlnco for attorney jroneral, will Tcrhuno bought lit yearling miiles in Treasurer, for writing me this letter. It is a com- spcaU nt l'lnovillu noxt. Sittirday, tho Anderson county at nnavoraguof VIS. Gimnni'Ts tlmt n. tilling N shelf worn ;i lltrgiins iuipiility m wi II an pilot" S. W. MAORI!. plete and official substantiation of my same day the democrat will nominate Ho also bought 51 mule oolts In Law For Secretary of State, our counters nru bargain counter limn. mr wt limn ntinthi'r assertions." Mr. Goebul nleo presented n candidate for county judge. renceburp at I2U Harrodsburg DemMM 0. llUKCK 1'cr Superintendent of i'iiMIc Imtmellon, a certified copy of the records by tho Taylor's attack on Gov. Brown's ad- erit t. 1IA11KY MLTIIKSXEY. LaNOASTKU COL'tlT. A big crowd clerk of Bell county showing that Con- ministration will keep the ox govurnor For Commissioner of Agriculture, Mondav-Savgressman Colson was uppolntcd an oill employed without bothering about the nnd about 200 cattle wurc at Lancaster in 10.V II. NALL. cor of an election In which ho was Tor Itallroad Comintalonrr. Goebel law. Go for him, governor, go court ycterday. Trado was not brisk c. c ncciior.n. candidate. "IdaroMr Taylor to print for him, Ilopklnsvllle Kcntuckian. became tbo buyers and Kellers wore far Iteail overy item tho records of tho Boll county court Tho Franklin Goobel men say Judgo apirt. Conrad Hlnlt sold n lot of rows For HeprcrcnUtlre, .W Ladles' French W'.iven C'ornct", 21 M !W 4') f.rmr prici tl. showing who wore appointed cleotlon Herschcl Goodnight got ono of tho froo at 2rc, eight calves tit $15 and yearling l. F. NORTH. Anything In Ladira' Short WnUt Corbels 4c f inner prior 75r oltlcors," said Mr. Goebel with refer railroad t'ekots to Bowling Green. steers in S17 J. C. Have sold to I'rlco 1H steer calves at 17 and to J. V. Brown's bednnlnK o( Ills boltlnc ence to Mr. Taylor's charge that tho Somebody asked lilm what he was go- Bros records do not show that CoUon ing to do with It. ' Ho replied: "I'm Koblnsnn four steer calves at $11.73; It. canyass at Dowllnp Green was decided ly disappointing both In numbers and "served" as an election oilicer. going to preach a democratic sermon L. Hubble bought of William Scott .10 For cheap Percales, Windsor and Sen Inland hr.imli, So, lnrnir prke l'ife. In response to Taylor's blow about with that ticket as a text." yoarltng shorthorn cattlo for October enthusiasm, and In tlio character of his Jut rrrehwl a full lino (tarnlttire Skirting nil shade only Wo. former prlctin H.Sii am not entitled to the voto of any delivery at He. W. C. Torhuno liought speech. Thero were about COO to hear tbo collection of franchise tax, Mr. "I A few summer dre skitti left In dirk and lls'ht linen and duck, hi elMC Vc him, many bolnjr Gocbc.1 men who went Goebel showed that a democratic con man who doos not favor tho election 55 mules nt $15 to Sil and J T. Ktnbry 10 at llttlo better price. Luthor Un- former price f I for curiosity and who worked the un stitutional assembly established tho law." William Goebel, at Harrod-burSolid Pique In Itirds Eye nnd JJedford Mripo on!y 10c, funner price 15e suspecting and unsophisticated L. AX, franchise tax bill, which ho happened to "I will bo as liberal 09 Mr. Goe- derwood sold 'o T C. Kankln a mule few I.lnen Suits ft 7 freo ticket distributor in a way they write, and a democratic Legislature bel, I do not want tho voto of tiny man colt for $15 and Col. Patterson Under- 100 Stri od ttitton Paul, wortli 60c, cleaning nut price itlc. wood one to Dick Gentry, of Doric, for men $1.00 to clone. 100 klire l'nnls 10c to close. must now despise. According to the put It into ctTcct. Tho republicans had who Is In favor of the election law." statement of a reputable, citizen of no hand in It. "Don't forget," tho W. S Tuylor, at London. So there's M5 M. J.Farrls bought eight II to 15 hand mules at $50 to $(. S. M. Franklin, at least 130 Gocbelltcs went speaker added, "tho reduction In rail- tho lssuo. on the special from there. Trains were road assessment of 312,000,000 under B. J. Bethurum was nominated by sold threo muln colts for $07 .5(5. Mei'sI'low Shies 85c Mriis Hleiched Drill Drawer, ribbed nnklrt worth 50. to run from every direction without nion- - republican rule and half tho tax would the Rockcastle republicans fortho LegKO llm week for 25c have gone to tho school fund." Scna- - islature from that district. They also MATRIHONIAL MATTERS. cy and without price it Is said, with freo lunch thrown In besides, and still tor Blackburn mado a great speech In Instructed for Lt. S. D. Lewis for SenAt a Maccabeo culobratlon at St. Joe, the crowd came not. Brown devoted which ho took occasion to glva that ntor. Knox nnd Boll Instructed for Mich., 51 couples were married. "decoy duck," as ho calls John Young Capt. B. B. Golden; Laurel Instructed much of his speech to Gocbcl's chargo Robert Brown, of Uawesvllle, lias that be bad endeavored through the Brown, sorao more things to squirm for Senator Ud Parker, Pulaski for just married his sixth wife. Ho Is 78 ovor and try toanswer. Hardin county Judge. Jmncs Denton and Whitley for A criih In cruh hit. Louisville Times to stampede the conny tiling in Men' or B.iy OmIi I.lnen Ho! only IKj. and she 00. He has hurried five wlcs vention and obtain the nomination from has been considered tbo hot bed of the J. L. Whitehead. The convention meets In 111 years. Jmt recchod an elegant and nobby line nf I.vlie' walking hats, cycle nnd golf tbo body that he now delights so much bolting movement, but Saturday's at Mt. Vernon, Sept. o. William Searcy, of Woodford county, Ii,iH' 75c. to abuse. He admitted that ho was a meeting demonstrated that she Is all Congrcsmnn elect G. G Gilbert, of and Mrs. Powell, a dUtunt relative, Oh lice thu week of LadleV tlimmed hats Wo. willing Barkis, but says Messrs. C. C. right and will givo tho democratic Shclbyvlllc, nnd Hon. James B wero shot from nmbuh and dangerousof Uichraond, havo accepted ly wounded ut the woman's homo near McChsrd and Urcy Woodson came to ticket the usual majority. him unsolicited and urged him to do to Invltutlons to bo present with Senator Rushvlllc. Ind. Mrs. Searcy aeousvs SOME of the editors, notably thoso of Bl.ickburn tho her divorced husband of tho shooting. And get price. We can save you 25 cr cenl. Our Shoe and Clothinc ilork fu'I to save tho party from the cnevitab'.e the Todd County Democrat and Times, Goebel nnd Mr. Gocbel's nomination defeat that last day of tho fair. Messrs. Goobel and Bro. Wnlton aiologlzes bocaiwe he of choice bargains. have bad their passes on tbo L. & X. would cause. As the gentlemen named Ah oiirspio ii full we citinot give price., we Invito you to cjme and ee for Tur-selwill make speechc during loft out tho names of both bride and f recalled by President M. H. Smith for Blackburn are Goebel's right and left bowers, tbo publications day, but theso will not Interrupt groom In writing up n weJJIng. What Inlmicable, as Mr. Smith tho absurdity of the statement Is considers them, to tho political Inter- tho fair rings. Advocate. is tho difference, so bo got a descripapparent, fie also admitted Black tion of tho bride's dress and tho wedests of hit road. This would seem to TanTas9stos." burn's charge that he stumped the ding presents? They can get their indicato that those who transgress tbo Sta'o against Kentucky's favorite son, rules 300 stock owes for sale. F. P. Bishop, names In about a vear later. Spencer laid down by the company will be The Clieaot Ilotnelin Town John C. Breckinridge, but denied that similarly Courier. treated, and as most of the Hubble. he was a bolter, tie likewise admitted editors appear Gentry Bros, sold to J, Y. Koblnson bo "transgressing," to & CO., A race war Is Imminent at Darlen. that be voted for tho electoral commis- tho probability is that a whole lot of 111 catte ut ll-i sion, which knocked Tilden out of the Ga. Sparks & Co., of Rockcastle, will put T.D. KAN'KY, Manager fellows who havo been to presidency, but said he was in mighty riding on passes will accustomed Fire at Charleston, W. Va., caused a either have to In 100 acres of tobacco noxt year. Branch stores at Kiliabetlitown.jKlkMn, Owemboro. She byiille, Versatile, Hards-towgood company when he did so. When B. G. Pennington sold to John Owens, loss of $50,000. stay at home, walk: or pay their faro In Hopkltisville, Madisonville, Morganilelil. Georgclow n Ky , Clarl.svllIe.Tcon. Elghty-thre- o Mormon elders are doBryan comes to Kentucky ho Intends to money cattlo at.llc. like whito people. But they of Rockcastle, 35 ing missionary work In Kentucky. him if tho agreement of Goebol ask S. M. Owens sold to J. W. James, of should not have been so "blgoty." OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOO OO o"o"o O O In Bull county Joseph Liford shot and Stono were carried, would not this What right has a llttlo rural rooster to Crab Orchard, a pair of mules for S210. nad perhaps family wounded D. M. o o show fraud and invalidate tho nominao Thoroughbred Jersey cow, giving o an opinion any way? Bingham. tion under the constitution. Tho rest o o three gallons per day, for sale. J. T. of the speech was tho same as that deo A llttlo son of Walter Anderson was Tuouoii Taylor attacked his admin- Jones. o assa-sl- n o livered at Lexington and the whole ef istration in his London speech, Gov. o W. S. McGulro contracted for a car- shot and killed by an unknown o o fort proved stale, flat and unprofitable. Brown did not find tlrao at Bowling load of hogs In Jackson county for Oc- whllu hunting In Pulaski. o o Tho enormity of the effort that the Green to answer or deny tho charges, tober delivery at 3Jc. A convent and orphanage near Spar o Now York, o Taylor aid society Is making to defeat being too busy making apologies for Dr. J. S. Wesley, of Lancaster, kill, Rockland county, o o Foi:Goebel, Is bcglnntng to dawn on tho himself and abusing the democratic bought of James Wright, of Kldd's burned, und four lives lost, besides ma o o people and if the wholo thing doesn't ticket and the Louisville convention to uy injured. o o Store, a gelding for 8100. collapse before election day It will take attend to asmill thing like that. Brown At Corbln, John and Bradloy HuL-bar- d, o sugar o MUM'-S- . 21 good o scufllln,- for a revolver, Buck-no- r brothers, tho record from tbo Palmer and o and Taylor understand each other. The mules for sale, eithcrln pairs or bunch. fiasco by getting less than 5,000 republican shot each other. Bradloy was killed o o Oils, nominee's remarks are M. S. Baughtnan, Stanford. . o o live. votes in the Stato. made In a Pickwickian senso and for Nice bay marc, six years old, been and John cannot o o tho purpose of keeping up appearances. plowed double and single, In foal by a o Tin; candidates met with the camo ILtrlct Court LnltolNate. recognise too fully or jack, for sale W. A. Carson. o paign committee at Frankfort Friday It won't do to o John W. Ktll. ll.nikrui.t, In llwilruiitcr publicly his debt of gratitude to Burnsldu & Lcavell, of Garrard, sold CrtMllurt nl aUiTD nam! bankrupt arv imilfml OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOQOOOOOoonnnrin to discuss tbo outlook and plans of cam- rather at otft. e uf lltf'rc In dtanfurit. Ky Io le his aid society. to John D. Harris, of Madison, 110 Nit. iirtiwnl 4 o'clock i" M fur imwntailon ul 8, l'Jat paign. All agreed that tho disaffection clalmiaii'l election ul Iruilrv. Ic. delivery In tho counties that they bad visited J X SAI'MUdf, Ikfrw It is stated that tho L. & N Is willing feeders for October says thoat crop corn Galveston paper A was small and growing smaller. It was to put up a million dollars to beat GoeIn tho State's decided to remove tho campaign head- bel. It might mortgage its road and con- in Texas Is tho lnrgcst EYESPECIALIST COMING. quarters to Louisville, owing to better necting lines for all thoy aro worth to history. Tho cotton yield will bo cut by drouth. railroad facilities. A letter to Senator defeat tho democratic ticket and then short W. C. McF.lwain sold at Lexington 14 Blackburn from Mr. Bryan said he signally fall. That's ono of tho things Thlala now the moat O.illery in Cenlral Kentucky, Jinving been high-clahorses at an averago of $48:2. would be In Kentucky tho latter part of that "can't bo did. ' equipped with the marveloua Atiantium Lcinea, the new discovery In ontlcal I whli in my to the I.adici Hint $1,900 for his pair of brown One of thu V.yo Shh'!:iIIiiU. ot Win .leiico Ho refused September to .speak for tho ticket. of LouUilllu, Ky , will sih'ihI Gov. McCreary said tho bolters wero The Loulsvlllo Times' cartoons of horses. I J. S. Hosloy sold to Jerry Owens ONE confined to tboho who had not voted tbo John Young Brown aro enough to ONLY, feeders at 41 and J. B. ticket since 181G and that so far as be make u dog laugh and tho old bolter go eight Just received a large Mock of the very of Ids vioatlon. In our city from Aug Mill Adams sold to same seven at 4. Ad- to could discover tho Brown movement off nnd shoot himself. 3th, Iticlmlw. An ono nuttvrlng with eiu .train or liniiroiierly inllmti'il vocate. would amount to nothing. Judgo take uilvuritHiro of lliu POLITICIANSAND POLTICS. T. M. Kstes, of tho East End, has a KIiivmh, xtiouUl ot a nionuj;ii iciviiiiiic op urecKlarldgo said It was a comploto portunity volunteer pumpkin vino with 17 pump force and tho story that Ilev. J. W. Daugherty. tho oastor of iSXAMlXATION : imiOJfl; ratterne never sold In tlila locality lioforo linvo to bo ecn to bo appreciated Suit ates would not voto tho ticket was false. tho Klcholasvlllo Colored Baptist kins on It which will already averago ahlo for framinK from the Hlmpleat photograph to the ino.t fluboralo imiuliniri lleuilachu when citued by ejo ntrulu, pounds. Investigation shows that 0'J out of every church, will stump his county for Goe- - 15 or 20 Aiiiouk tho lot ia llio .Vow French "Kliurl)e-I,i- " uioiildinKM apcclslly for rulluwd. Olllco lit fct. Asupli dellcatu picturcB. Flinhroldered Man, French Water t'oldro, and all plclurea auitablo 100 would voto tho democratic ticket uui. J. M. Gooch bought of Charles Scott, -- Hour U to U' und S to B. that require a dainty frame. When In Danville, call ami see ut and L'Ct our nrlcei of the Goshen section, 14 acres of ImWo from top to bottom. Othera spoko Mayor Taggart, of Indianapolis, was will save you money. Ho sold to Holts:, $37.50. equally as oncouraglng and thero is unanimously renominated by the demo- proved land Third rjlrcet Opposite l'ot Olllcc, Danville, Ky. -'l every Indication that the bolt Is bigger crats. Ho has already served two claw Bros, a bunch of hogs at 3.05. T. FBAKCISCO, Proprietor., Chacornac beat a field of 20 In tbo now than It will over bo again. In fact terms. futurity at Now York Saturday and AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. the ticket Is beginning to disintegrate, Tho Courier-Journsays thero Is an tho most decent man on It, having had oxcltlng raco on between tho L. & N won $30,000. James H. Keeno bought his name withdrawn and others will do ticket, tho prohibition and populists blm tho day before from John Itowo lint Hotel In I lie mountain., rile nimldrreil. l'oritr. meet all tralut. bieUl attention to for $25,000. so as they boo what a miserable busi- for place. nitu. That combines beauty and J csso F.Cook will put In 40 or 50 ness It Is pluylng second fiddle for Tav- comfort with convenience, in Jas. Hamilton Lew early grazing for his one of our well made, easy lor and being used us Jumping jacks by is, ui wasinngion, nas accepted an acres of ryo for PUBLIC SALE OF and elegant Surreys. It In mo Li. x x. invitation to speak for the democratic sheep next year. Ho has bandied about unexcelled for workumiuhlp, And 12,000 sheep this year at Loxlngton and Farm ticket in Kentucky this fall. durability and comfort, and will iiiwir.m un oiu saw wulch says Hon. W. O. Ilodcs, prominent pol- has done well with them. Kive more atlfacllon fo'cn-eru- l In If not aoM (irlvately) iigntuiDg novor strikes In tho same S. D. Goll, of Clark county, 'aas shipfamily use ihrtn other placo twice. That may bo true, but a itics In Warren county and heretofore of his cat madu Wo nro bcIIIdk On Tuesday, September 12, '99, clussed us a bolter, has repudiated tbo ped to Illinois, 10 caeo of Its striking tho sarao pooplo them Cheap and F'ast. Brown ticket and cqme out for Goebel. tlo to bo corn fed, not growing enough H.idunlni( at II o'l lix k, kbarp ou Hie ri'tiiln, twlco occurred in Ohio Saturday. to I IiIkIimI B. K. Tho London Echo offers a copy of tho corn on his flno farm, on account of tho will nil publicly (armlieknown aiauj bnt blMer Um & and Edward Kitchen, who wero Opp. Coiut-IIoihGoobel Election bill as an Inducement drouth, to feed his cuttle. Hlanford, Ky. struck and htunncd last Spring, wero v Bonnio Brook Stock Farm, Sontlnel-Democr- at 6ays that The to now subscribers. It U a good thing Btruck by lightning again, tho former home of Kllalloi klm (Icneva i I'M and ho should get hundreds of now B Kldd has bought In Montgomery and thafuruier 2111., Uuliiluu ti 2j't am S, other. Mattloll being killed and thu latter hopelessly ones. adjoining counties for Indiana parties rariu twain., tuuatci two lulivt toulti paralyzed. John It. McLean, of tbo Cincinnati In tho past week 740 feeding cattle for tj.l of lutlillle, near lli llauvllln an. a Miufurd II la tuniilke, iu buu.1 nelulilwrlioul iiumlwr ouaatmk farm, luring an aliumlaiu of water Lnqulrcr, has u cinch op tho democrat- October delhery at from 4 to He. AT tho ruto Undo Sam Is jailing tho liner Cilllu; prlUKu BU'l )(.l ilaierii IIV.i.leiice ic nomination for governor, ut tho conIu Clark, Wills It Broadwoll, of t rooii)i, kluiitn I1, .lory lirkk paltry teilar 3 Bakers for moonshlnlng, tho Howards alio barn, lo Hoo.D.J.BrewerJtuticeof U.S. Suprcnw Court. bought about 25 tuulo colts ut piribca,unaut tmuKooJ ltlock and lobaitii (arm aiul WEBSTER'S bouH.', Iioum, iirikiMuu tbo and Whltos wont havo anybody to kill vention which begins at Zancsvlllo aayt i "I comiiitnd it to ull ua tbo one ureal alaud. re.lJeucv la today. prices ranging from $15 to $10. Good Kowl fiuciiiK llm wlllalao Mil well altuatul am nuuiornr." j shortly and tho Clay county feud will INTERNATIONAL Tbo L. it N. paid tho Itauschor second rate mules brought about $25 Stock, Crop, Household And It cxctli Iu tho eaao with wlilchllioryoflnilatlic dlo of itself. Ben Baker was lodged lu Kitchen Fur wonl aouabt lu ttcciiraoy of definition In ir i. maro colts. Dem$35 for DICTIONARY i nltsro, jail at Loulsvlllo Saturday for violating House, Bowling Green, Saturday, for for horso and Iromethtaliorinilltalliiirimiiiuiielatloiii In Uro rim.l.llng of HorlOhnrM.il, I ttalllon ((iilnlua H an the liquor laws, making tbo fourth la. li'10 dinners for thoso who attended tho ocrat. ataU'iuruU of facta und m l(.S!eMliiii, ri;lteri uj practical uno at a working illctlonary. Brown blow-ou- t, carcerutcd there. W. B, Griffith, of this city, has In urailt-- tliorl'liorn liiareaaml Ulllea. liniluuituii too so tho proprietor lallle ami (arm Si'ftlwif n jxwet. etc.. tent on aiwlleal Lm. alleges. iiiviiiiuu eight wcuks bought W car loads of liuiunvu, v will Imolleieil twu la Jj. tc C. Merrlam Co., PuMuUtri, Spriat(lcU. Mua., U. S. A. iarivlt ami Ibtu Attorney W. J. Brown has been mado Senator McCburd suy that Brown cattlo In Bourbon. Clark, Montgomery ai 'Iblilauilami Ilia bbl actril tlut a wholv ls chairman of tbo democratic county was anxious and willing io tako tbo und Scott for It. H. Allerton Co , Chi- iuo.1 aiouey 'Iwwa libera ami ely, ami maja j knuwuou day of ala. cointnlltco in Pulaski; a good selection. nomination at Louisville, provided -- Purls Kcntuckian. A. V. hJllTl. Goo cago, at 4 to 5c Tl. taifllab lud'r, - 11 Grand Open I 365 Days in the Year. THE LOUISVILLE STORE 0- OUR CtUIOK SALE S YSTEM ' Brilliant Chaaces. YOUR CHANCE V 7 g. Ladies' Oxfords at Only 49 Cents. - Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts', Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. Look at Our ex-gu- v's The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY e Proprietors. GO TO M'lJobertS, tlje Druggist, -- ld - Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and &c, t; At The Lowest Cash Prices. v THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. ss MR. W. G. POLK WEEK ly THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs ir) JVJouldigs. l- FRITH HOTEL, trar-clh- al A Family Carriage rid-lii- i Personalty. car-rin- car-loa- 1 Kl-m- Wearen Son, Cyn-thlan- a, 1 X ,u I I p fF (C THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., E. - Auo. 29, 1899 0. Walton, Hi'kiim Manamkh. r; SniiA WaTKH. Ico cold, pure nnd refreshing tit I'onnj a Drug Store II ttf&$'7 The SCrBt of K0011 sho ,s not necMnrily In a. W K9j M SjgJ i&tijl '1'G'1 I"icc- - A cheap shoe is poor economy at any vpJQl TlIK bent material combined with p,,ce" The I lira shoe for women has ulabliihed oarc. skill nnd uocurncy Iiimiio good Tin: public school will open Sept 4th f ..nUii. No other mutliodn nro over aSrat'eof BOoJnc that no shoe at any ptice ci- - yU with Prof. M. O. Wlnfroy, principal, JAM' ! work. Penny's Ilrown. In iMir D1M.IOCKATS should bear in mind that Zxai3trmk cc,. Tie j;llra pr,ce of i0 u a an(arj ,j,at ' Mrs. M J. Coehran and M.s Llllio Umir Store Wi: art indebted to Coroner Wil- It Is ntoowary to bo In their proclncu Poyton nslstantj. L lira quality, style, (it, and comfort staid back of. I Tho bun-jlnhas M liam Lmdgruf for a 4th of July copy of ft) day before tho election or they will now throe splendid, woll-soAljjfsOCIETY GOSSIP. d roomii PERSONAL Freedom, published at Manila, which not bo nriiitlod ton vote It's only a nnd tho professor siys they nro going has an Illuminated covr thut would llttloover that length till the NovemV. 0. ItAST.Y U still nllve. to hava the best school In town. do credit to New York. l very lof. ber election, so If you think of moving, Mits. M. K. Daviuss ItRVS. J. 11. Ciiolt'I! nnd It. II. UOLTriih Col. Matt Adams, who y do so nt once. Tho ropunlleans don't U M1W. 0. V ItAJlBHY. ol Rowland, These hoes are famous for their fitting qual- und Mr. J II. MuAllstur uro havo to bo warned, tlmy nerer overlook owes all hu Is to tho party he t trying H vary Iuk. '''e,t ')ea'J,1'u' finish, and excellency of B I4 Ik; to disrupt, nnd Hill Sweeney, who was the Tato's Creek Association such things. Mh. J. I'. Pavih Is very slek at his material. Wearers of the H One price, k n which began nt Mt. Taborohureh, near beaten for temporary chalrma . of tho liDino la Lexington All Slvlea. SditM, ) A 'tr ro sat'fie"i wearers. H Jaii.hu. Deputy W. I, Wood Louisville convention, nfter M.iJ, John MitS. Julia CitAfiK hns roUirned to Paint Melt, this morning. and lodged In Jail Saturday Car-ro- ll ston had straluod every point CUT. II. II. Jk.NICH, "vho has been unductcd liar home In Ixiulsvlllo. Hyatt, who had be on fined J.'lQulid u chief tKislal "iiuuui. passing on con MiBfl Uva WAMMHltS, ol ltlohmond, rontly relnMaUd given 10 day lh Jail for disturbing tests, willireccuoni in county oUrk, was hero yesterday looklm? as speak hero court day Is with MImSub Wllllo Hale. religious worship. Ho was near Green for thu L. A N bolters' ticket. l)tt. It. M. IMllii.!. o( l'nduenh, wu natural as he did beforo tho Cleveland brier Siirings, when thu olllcor taw administration put him out. Ho Is one hiro on hit war to ltlohmond. WALKr.it Tho republicans nomlna- him, und ho took to his heels, but was who hns been of th best mon In tho service. Mil. V. II. TitAYLOlt. caught after a sharp with Mr. teu Lewis L. Walker nt Lancaster for threatened with fovcr, U out. representative yeHerday, Jonah Mob-orlWood and Marshal Shannon. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. MH. ami Mil1 J. S. Kick returned nnother candidate, seconding his ! outing. Niri: lino of fresh cakes nt Warren till morning from their Will Not Hi: Hi:ki: The cam- nomination. William Wurd was chair. Thrca people worn killed by light- .V Shank'. paign committee decided that Messrs. man und a colored brother named Mnck As S'lmlnlstrator with lhi will snnrzxl of . at. I, ning In Daviess comity IVIday. !'. h"h" " M.ler.uih.Uurl l.u,e door InH.YiSJ, fti"? liurkonnd Heokhain w uro more needed I'rabry, secretary. In Walker s speech KMi'iiu: I'ltor. M. O. Vinvi:y I back from Hoazloy A wheat drills, best in tide, nt elsewhere than hero and has with of acceptance ho tore thu Goebel bill Carter's, R lani'OH' to oon the public school. 12 drawn their apH)lnlmctit to siwak ut to atoms. MlH. It. L. ALlllllOUT, ol ltowlaod, Haniwohk lino of Chamber Sots Stanford tomorrow. This county is go-I- n U visiting ralullvai In Hockoattte. AN Immenso crowd heard Congress Just recolved at Georgo II. Farrls'. to give the full democratic vote. Mils. K, G. VVaU.UU, ol Louisville, fMn.wata hero do not require speak- - man Claj ton, of Alabama, at Lanca Smintwl on ntll from Itarrxxliljur: Tin: Twlco-a-Weli. vlftling Mr. Ocorgo H Woiiron. Intiiihok Jouk-Na- i. er tcr, yesterday, and his speech was pro- rr"iiurif an. i LMimilr In the toll them thoirdutv. lion Is only i a year cash. ltcmemler nounced A 1. Mr. A. C Koblnson.who roiiif'irlal.lo ii.xlrrn fram kill n a iisins r.rii.m .i J. T. Joniih has moved his family to oil .. iiFiiiiiiiim - . ..i i tnrroarr inrj nrrpr Tallinn wells.wiiii UUKimidrr miriiinn iwniad-' ai,i i3t ..-ai- -i rv'"fc nou, ac , : Si.rin-ii a cottngu on .Mill Street near the mill. that. cnKAPltATUS, N. will heard him through, says It was tho ThoL. .t V. M ItHV. and Mils. Hiutt loft I Aim of 150 acres for salo private!) , sell ticket at ono fare for the round finest ceeh ho has heard in years. '""" ''. '" K" .. It imc.r.1,,1 Lr ,11 who ti.V... ?.; .I.7..V' ZC' ., i n in iiui iiruir lor the conference at Carlisle yeator-da- t'usiesloii given to suit purchaser. J. trip on account of the Harbourvillo Mr. Clayton predicts that Senator Goemu-ami .fiill .lnJan rt. IiAn,n.ilrini In.U.'.'h i'"?. i'.'.VJ'l.r" be V, "' 'i"""1 from Fulr, from August ill to Sept. I, bel will got 2J.0OO more votes than any Ililanra will l Inrnhlinl routejaDc ou srcllrat Ion to T M I 11 C. MiClary, Hxr. . . ... tn eiWUln HfM'ntijhtn , good until the 2d. Tickets sold on tho candidate for governor ever received in Ui.iidsoii H.MI.KV ha returned to M(jlu., iii r lean.' rintr ti'iami innuaTlr. a 1lt. m tut Stuuiili: Plows. Vulcan and 20th on account of the Mnsonic celebra- tho State. Garrard's democracy is In Valparaiso-- , Ind., to resume the study that failure to fay acy tn- u ufiiiuii 01 noiuer, ioiis imiwriai ateel llaam plows at tion ut lJurbourvlllc. Tho L. A-- N. ship shape. of law. and then as a whole and on or adflrfiNUN.NKLI.HY, of Texas. I with II. K. Wearen k Son's. A.T. half rate to tho Baptist AsAujUirruu. Mrs. Kllzt Lnno was C'olniuMt I Inure A Tru.t Co f Iiilsrllle. Kt . A.1minl.iir Z C.WlinVLLL, J "toJil.urg, Ky. y. hi patents, Mr. mid Mrs. 1. UbMNANT bargains In dark colors, sociation ut Nnshvllll) Sept. 11 to III, tried before Squlro W. D. Wullin at good to tho 2Jud. black drcM goods, waist, skin and C.Mb Orchard Saturday nnd acquitted Miss Hay, one of Iloylo county's dress lengths, at Sexnranco .V Son's. of tho clnrgeof burning herown houc, WlllLi: drunk and nourishing a l, prettiest girls, I visiting thu Misses i. sujlng that he would kill tho man in which Jim Hubbard was a tenant, CuicitUN Fi:ku.-F- Io Poland. bushels of o Dick Gkktry, ol Lexington, simct uhloken feed screenings for only $1 ut who took hi horse, Arthur Burge shot Hubbard being tho proceutlng witness. During tho trial Ilubbard mado a demsoveral days with hit brothers on J. II. Baughman A: Co', mill, Stan- Will Hilton accidentally ut Hayden's Crossing Sunday night, the ball enter- onstration nt an attorney, but wa Tor nlco new ford. "Honest Itun." ing tho forearm nnd ranging Into tho quickly called down. Ho was nftcr-wnrMit. Guoitax c Kki.lkii. Si: , of Dry Goods and Xotions, tho TlIK Stanford Academy will open side. Tilings in arrested for using abusiro lanThe young man, who I n of Hnrrodsburg, Is with Ills sou, George next Monday, Sopt. 4tb. Prof. J. H. Mr. J H. Hilton, U doing ulcely, but guage to a dnughter of Mrs. Lano and Heckties, Shirts and UnderC. Keller, Jr. McAllsier, the prlnelp.il, desires to no- ho was too much swollen yesterday for sent to jail hero to await trial today. Friend In Somerset of Itov. George tify thu patrons. wear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old the ball to 1)0 extracted. Burgo hnd ItKUNiON. O. lUrne. want him to hold a meeting There 'was a delightful and Young. .Latest Style Shoes Gkntlimi:n, If joujwant nice fitting canon union irom ills Home to assUt reunion of the Wnltcr family at Richthere hi October. him In finding his horso that eumo of ard Walter' Sunday. Tho following Tor Ladles. Men. Girls and llojs. The very latest Will S. Kmiiiiy and Sautley Hughes, clothes, leave your measure with J. P. things In ClotlilnR. 15 y)ra expesienco In taking in,.a,ureH uud I can fit nny old shaiw. I will 12 children wcro present: Rlcha'd, two Lnncator beaux, Mere with the Jones, agent for Fred Kaullmann, tho his friend wcru caring for him. be glad to furnUli you lyy day In the year American Tailor. John, Henry, James, Samuel, of Oklasuitable goods at bottom prices belles here Sunday. Tin: Lincoln County Fanners' Club homa, Dr. B. F , Gabriel, Jesse, WalMltw MAllY K. Ivr.Yand niece. Miss Tilt: Northbound passenger, No. 21, met Saturday and unanimously elected lace, rmalvuy. of Mlllerburg, wcro the now Mrs. James Mllburn, Mrs. Win. gels hero at 11:13 a. m. or four Dr. C. rowlor, president, J. N. Mcne- - Williams, of Lexington, guests of Mrs. W. M. Hrllt. and Miss Mary minutes enrller than before. The fee, vice, president, Cicero Reynolds, V. II. Wi:.viti:.N, who think that Walter. It was tho flrot time they had chungu waa mado yesterday. secretary and W. M. Bright, treasur- all been together In 23 year and tho Grajs Is the line-i- t place on earth, ient a few da) s with his parents here. Juuue Alcokn has mado Mrs. A. A. er. John W. Holmes was chosen vico day was ono that will linger long in Miss I'ATTin McDowkll took prom-lum- s McKlnney happy by having her milli- president of theildistrict, L. G.Gooch their memories. Sorao 2. or 40 In all ut the Shelby vlllo fair on drawn nery store room beautlllcd by now pa- of tho .'Id, J. K. Baughman of tho 4tb were present and a grand dinner was and Geo. P. Bright of tho 1st. It was spread. linen work nnd fancy table cover. per and otherwlso Impiovlng It. decided that tho name of tho club of Stanford, Miss Clluk Hali-ov- , I10LUSALK SlIOOTINO. A eentlo- Tin: first republican to announce that should be tho Lincoln County Agriarrhed Thurrday 10 visit Mrs. J. M ho will speak at Stanford Is Caleb Pow- cultural and Improvement Society and man who left Melvee, Jackson county, Itlehnrdson. Somerset l II. J. carlv Sunday morning tolls us that MIHS118 IlKSSIU ANH FaXNIK Sllf- - ers, of Knox, nominee for secretary of tho meetings bo held each 1st and .IJ ueorgo nays, a tough citizen of that of Lancaster, are visiting their State, and ho will not come till Sep. 'Si. Saturday ut 2 i si. Rules and UAliS, mm weroudopted and a roll of members place, shot at Senator W. H. Clark five brother, YV. K. Shugurs, at McKlnncy. A (.KKAT crowd will attend tho Dan. made. At tho next meeting tho sub-Je- times at short rango Saturday afterMil. A. C. DiriCKiiso.N, of Corslcana, llle Fair from hero Friday to enjoy to bo discussed aro "Harvesting noon and that several shot wero fired Mr. J. I) U.is- - tho double Texas, has lieen visiting 1 Ml"!! attraction of thu exhibit und the Corn Crop," "Wheat Sow log" and ntthosenutor ut tho same tlmo from year since hu was tho pt.fcchos of Goobol and tin. It has been lilackburn. "Maintaining Bonds." bohlnd the court house. He was hit in here beforo. tho foot and his neck was grazed by a Mil. AND Mils. II. D. GitutiOUY, who Sojli:i"of tho members of tho Odd C. O. SiMtiNUS.-Qulto a plcawnt bullet, but neither wouud is serious. have beun with Judge J. I. Halloy's Fellows' lodge hero went to Lancaster crowd still llngors at Crab Orchard J. S. Lcdford, u friend of Clark, shot family for several week', hao returned again Friday night nnd did some line Springs, among them Mrs. Salllo Hol- several times at Hay and tho senator to Covington. work. They seem determined to awakloa Loyd and Miss Jean Holton, of nlso got In a couplo nt his ussallant, CI.AIHC ItAC nnd wife and John en the Interest In thu lodge there. Maysvllie, MUses Klenor, Viola.Loulso and it Is thought that the fellow who wlfo, of Louisville, tpcnl llurkhartund U'jou havn'lp.ild j.ourtuxe!, do so und Jullu Horgan, u hundeomo quar-tctto- 6hot from behind tho building Is save rut days with Mr. and Mrs. J. S Jiiat placed on snle Memphis, Mrs. BmlloBlochand wounded, but ho had not been caught. at once. Wo must have thu money and Mobloy, near McKinncy. daughters, Misses Bertha, L'lsto and lliu trouble began several years ngobo-causWo are now offering the Xew Fall Lengths and Styles in 4 MKS.MAYTUKNI.lt JONHS, wife of will oxpeet everybody to come and Senator Clark bolted Hunter for Vlolu, of Now Orleans, Mrs. Lena Itev. Ashby Jones, of Khlimmu), Va., py county court day. S. M. Owens, Moscley Ilagtdalo and little nlcco, U. S. Senutornnd wus renewed in the was heio yesterday on route to hur Shcrltr. Daviess Gerhart, of Clarksvllle, Teun., hot rnco for the republican nomination Ky. mother's ut Itlchmund, MAI) dog senro was the causo of for State Senator. 5 Missus Doha ani Catiikkink .'100 dogs being put to death atGreenup. W. B. Morgan und wife, Lawrence-burMr. J. G. Fltpatrlek and chil IlAUOHMAN went to D.invlllo yesterday If something would cuuo thoexecutlou IlAILItOAl) TO McKiN.vr.Y. Mr. C. I Acknowledged by corset weaiers to bo the leading corsets of America. to meet Miss Alice Ilaughiuan, who of the .100 or more worthless canines dren, Louisville, Mrs. Win. Short nnd II. Williams aud his engineers ran u Oomo whl o assortment I conipUte. We huvo them for long, thort, chlldreu, Kentucky, Hon. Jnmes P. lino to McKinuey stout and thin folks. No faucv prices but jour money's worth. j has been visiting In Georgia. from heru lust week, here, Stanford people could slcup with- Helm, u leading L. fc N. attorney of but In trying to hug Mil. Sam C. Lacickv ha accepted u out being disturbed by their eternal tho knobs and Louisville, Miss Annlo May Jenkins, a mako xnttlon with Ovurslrcot V Co., onu of barks. thu right of way less costly, they ! Nashvlllo beauty, Mrs. Nelllo Webster: found on reaching ft tho Icudlngdry goods tlrms of Louisthero that they wero Tin: roads of Itockcustla county uio Indluuapolls, J. II. Hooker and C. W. 150 ville. Harrodsburg Democrat. feet abovo tho town, which Is 170 being wonderfully lmproed und Judge Adams, Hustoiiville, W. G. Spencer, foot above Stanford They will try an Mil. J. YV. Mkhhiio.n, who got hurt It. G. Williams und his lUcul court uro Lebanon, Mis Suu Bout, Mrs. M. J. In jumping from 1111 cnglno at Living-stobeing congratulated on nil sides. Tho Miller, Mr. W. P. Walton und chil- other lino this week with moro refer-ento directness und less of tho cost and who canto home for repairs, ono leading from tho Lincoln lino to dren, Stanford. of way. Our uooplo aro ery onthus-Itstl- o is able to walk with tho aid of a cane. Hrodhcad compurc Saturday ovonlng tho regular danco pietty fuvorubly over tho prospects of tho lino and Mil. i:. II. Fox, of Danvlllu, onu of with bomo of tho pike In this county. was superseded by n cako walk In which seo in Its construction u great future best photogruphcrs In tho State, the tho following joung couple participaTho painting senson is hero. We wWi to call your attention to tho fact that WO W. II. IlKAUV bus sold out bis Btnm ted: Frunk Hofmunnund Guy Hund- for Stanford. Thero should bo left unwas heru yesterday taking picture for the Illustrated edition of tho iNTKllloit lock, stock und barrel to J. 11. Hlgglns ley; Buyless Herhart uud Viola Bloch; done no act thut will unable us to se- keep the liest Heady Mixed I'alnts, Oll, Varnishes, Ilruslics, Ac , in tho market. and Uobort L Leo SImins, who will Bertha Holmann and Daniel Dick, cure It and if every man would put up JOUK.NAL to appear next week. ! half of w hut ho would huvo to pay if S. Hauhiiman, Howon and conduct tho business ut the old stand i:tlu Bloch und Alice Holmann; L'ddle the tux could bo John voted, thero will bo no nnd In addition run u butcher shop in llofniann wus u splendid leader Our Hue of Toilet Articles euch as Tooth IJruslus. Hair ISrusues. Combi, Soaps, and ha troublo In railing Lawrence VanArsdalo, C. H. Owon, the money. Lot us dec , is complete, and of the very hest quality. Harris Wearen, J. II. Meier, lleam thu rear. Thu Invoice will begin to- and tho other wcro quito grotesquely all muko a long pull and a pull togethmorrow. Mr. Hrady will rest awhllu dressed. Thu judges wcro PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded from tho Purest and liest drugs ob and William Ilutollton und Mcsdame er to Lcachman Trices reasonable. Wo ollcit;your patronage, hocuro tbo bulldlhg of tho road talnahlu beforo going into business. Loyd und Short und Messrs. Holm. and wife went to Cincinnati Sunday. then wo shall havo no more vacant Morgan and the writer. After a numMK83K8. J. W. Hour und J. II Yea- IN answer to Inquiries wo will buy s und In ger returned Saturday from a trip thut overy subscriber of tho Intkiuou ber of exhibitions of their agility, tho Ono man now hus residencesstore-roo- town. & had two Wuyno, through Cusoy, Clinton, will got tho trudo edition und judge unanimously decided that tho and a rcstdonco vacant for nearly a Journal couplo was untitled to tho and Iluesull und Mr. ltoul toll u Mr. C. L. Howell, tho promoter, Cypress Shingles- will lirst named year, a thing would not bo If busi Iron Pence. bolter uro few und fur between In havo II.OOO extra copies printed to sup- caku and thu two succeeding to tho ness ncra wus that thut luuicicnt to urlng men disthoto counties, so fur u ho could ply thooo who patronize him. In addi- feeond und third prizes. Mr. Holm was with munay to Mil them. cern. tion to Stanford nnd all tho town In bM)kcsman for tho judges und was ncur- ( ( U:VI9 V, Dillion, of Livingston, tho county, Dauvlllo und other place ly u particular In securing tho decis- iio.'io ni:w YOIJK CITY AND hi:formerly of Crub Orchard, bus been will bo represented. ion u hu would bo u erdlct In a dum- TUKN commissioned lluuteuunt In the ;i')th uge eaco agulnst hi gleut road, Tho Tho Chesapeake & Ohio will sell i:.nu.Mi:i. -- Mr. M. S. Bastln was on j outfitters did splendidly, eclipsing regiment about to sal) to tho PhilipMill Metal Hoofing. round trip tickets Lexington to Now I u sou of Mr. und Mr. W Sunday' train from Pittsburg with tho almost tho ctTorts of the great Frog pines. Hu York City und return, ut tho low rato It. Dlltlou and I known us the "red romaln of the two little boy of Jumca L'lo, and tho diversion created much of $10,110, sale Sept. 1, L', a and I, good W. Bastln, who were burled thero, ono laughter und umuscment. headed gumo cock of Hockcusllo." Piton J. II. Walton, of Colorado seven year ugo und tho other last Manager Gu Hofmunn, who has had to return up to Sept. liOth. Stop over Spring, who hus been engaged to teuuh spring. Tho caskets wcro In good con bilious fovcr, I up again, but Mr. allowed ut Washington, or further Information cull at Phoenix Hotel aud tho Lebanon High School tho ''ensuing dition, the ono thut ha been under Hofmann run things so woll bo wa doK)t ticket olllces. Geo. V. Harney, ycur, urrlvcd last Friday. Prof. Wul-to- n ground for seven jours showing little hardly missed. Dr. and Mrs. K. G. Wiillam Sheltou, President. D. 1'. A. comes highly recommended us u signs of dooay, Tnoy wore and Mis Jean Dick mako themDick Primary, Prep ratory, Academic aud Collegiate Departments, Muilc, Art, Klocu teacher und our cltlzcu extend to him in tho fatally lot ut Mt. Morlub church selves generally agreeable und do much Tho Texas cotton crop Is said to huvo tlon and and Physical Culture. 3Ut year begins Sept. 1th. Scud for catalogue to 31 1W. SAS.MK S. BAUrLKV, Lady Prlucipal. been ruined by hot winds. a hearty wolomo. Lebanon Enterprise Sunday afternoon. towards tho entertainment of guest. tiiiMi u,l W. (J. Folic, the noted oculist, will arrive tomorrow to remain a week. See him nt tho St. Asaph. MIIS. JAMIH CUKTIB. of Hnii.lnn. Texas, nnd Miss Nell Dllllon, of Lancaster, aro with Mrs. Mnttlo Nevlus. MK8. W. T. Woom-oi.and dnugh-torof Lexington, mid Mrs. V. J Hogan and grandson, of Hrynulsvlllc, uro visiting Mrs. M. S. Philips. Miss Flohisnck Clliott. of Liberty, returned with Mis KHto Wllahcr anil I now her guest. Miss Wllcher had bson on n visit to her uncle, Calo k Kmimiik drills and fertilizers at ley .t Carter's. Ilea.' FOHltllNT. FIvo room cottngo Miller addition. Forrest McClary. I' 011 In LOST on tho Lancaster plko, nn trachan cloak with fur collar, to Mrs Frank Holtzalaw nnd get Sale. In s, ward. bnckboaid, re- - Jones. Cnnopy top KaiHTtnnti good order. J. P 8. P. Stau has mado n oondHlonal trade of his htorn-roonnd a cottage In Unnford for a farm of nnout WO neres In Shelby county, six mllus from Sholbyvlllo und may go to It to live next year. Mt. Vuknon. Hon. It. C. Warren did not llnd n big crowd at Mt. Vernon yesterday but ho had a splendid audience In the way of Interest. Ho thinks Kockuastlo Is all right. iirtM-rintlo- m Jk Jf MrU-r-Sjjs- J JSI JiS B fl VCf. Ye'wifs Sftoe I BHnPir','wlt "w Ai B H I 3,. H. J. McROBBRTS. I - foot-rac- e y, H Fine stocK Farm fit Huction Wednesday, Sept. !3, '99, at The farm of the late Nat. Lafon, Con taining hj Acres. i ". .. T '2 Sharp, O'clock ' ek "T.l'"n"l -. - .. .iiii ' '! t.'" ,. - mm I. Nun-nollc- yj.aiJiy 1,1, pis-to- m GO TO JAMES FRYB CollaiCuils, 9oe8ooetsei9$eic fewest m JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. &ffl$m'ssm mm by-la- ct jf of i A Big Corset Stock o g, Glove Pitting- and American Lady Corsets, .,, &mws&sskmm&mmswsK8&Bsxsagm SEVBRANOE & SO VS. n, co Paints,SOils, Varnishes, Brushes, TOILET ARTICLES m m utoro-room- l'u-lus- dtRAiG HOOKER: 1 - a. asms, Stanford, ky: Work. y&sf Female StanfordSTANFORD. KY. College, ' rf -- t SL The corn crop will bo an aveniffc one after all. I"tt'blil.d,viA.5"" ad.SFxlAavtr Tho Someret Water Co. has notified it p.itrons to quit sprinkling becauso of the ecnnt supply of water. $1 Tho tobacco worms aro eo numerous will be charged, tm- - When not orl'aa-cthat farmer in tho (Jrovo section lmvo rwortcil to tho use of Paris fjreeti to poison them. Squirrels are very plentiful In tho 'FIME C5RB wood near hero. George and Bob Kites killed 15 in a few hours Saturday KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. , morning. comt day Termt lu inlt pun hawr All the schools in tho DunnvlUc and 1 OS x. u. (illl.nNllElllir niiK.IIT Dantllle Ky With Vltallif il Air. I'lijalclan In nltcnil-MicItK.MAIlKAlllX ItnsClK No. 5 Arrrteeaat Stanford at J 10 A. M. Casey Creek sections havo been closed No. i Learcs Stanford it Mm Michael Curtain, Flalnfleld, III , inakea the No. SI Arrlteaat liowlandat 1J OT par. on the raiutil cold, which There is Mateiiienl thatwaa treated lor a month beArtile-- Ifun on account of tho smnll-poat. J.M Onico In the Nrw Thorn cm llulldlnp, li No. a Leatea Stanford t her bcrlunita, the some talk of closing them horc, but it UyphTiUlaii.ttii itrew worae. He told lier the FARM FOR SALE. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. waia noiwleaa tktlniof cun.tunMlon and that no will not bo dono unless there is a furth medicine could cute her Her driioiltl iukcMi--I CoiiUIim 10Snere nml la In n aplrmllil Lincoln County Farm For Sale. Ol Liverpool. Dr. Kin; ..,1! Mam er spread of the disease. There Is some taught a j New Dltcorerr for Contiimiwlun. the ataln of cultivation. Uu tlm lllnek pike 3' No. It TrIn going North ........ Iwttlt and M her ilelljbt found hrrailf ... 2 41 1 m "e " " NO.M from Miiro-Ittalk of a quarantine, but no steps In eneniie.1 mini nm uoe cue continue its ue tnllea from lluitunvllli' nml On TliurHflny, Sep. 14, '99, Lirerat I'lrn Inauranrc Compiny In thn .WMam " South ...... ..... Una on It it ilwclllni; of tiro rinima o. SJ " and afler taking al buttle, foiiad hertelf aound ...U 62 p in that direction havo yet been taken. O.M " and well, now due her i.wu housework, anl It at nml gixxl tenant ioti-World. lxailea iii'd'irv I wlllofltr for aalatha farm utmn wlilrli I now r For allll'olnta. trial Intllea nl Hill iHitliullillnga. all sorts of reports about well aa alia em Hplrnilld orcliaril, rixm! well Ma, al Stirtk, Crop, Ac Ial.l r.icm iiulalm Thcro aro ll tircat InVoreryal t'enny'a Irn More Only 50 nnd tvtu anrlnra. Terina arrmornrat riaaa i.iua araM land, waterr.1, sinall-po- x SOLD. mi, hero. It was reported ceniaaudfl,rery little guaranteed. tho EO'IOU TICKETS Barbeo & w. it. witiniiT. wf u frnrl ami ilralraMr P4 mllrt front JIAOOAOE CHECKED THKOUOH. a few days ago that Ceorgo Klllson.who Ilniloiixlllp. Ky, Morrlaml, aatillonon llial S rallmatl, on U any Information enquire ot lnxllnr from Mll!.liCvlll' to hunlonl ItnMrnr In our For During the clval war, as well as l.tnn(;rr Southern HenirtniMit. lives on Traco Fork, had threo cases in on aatl farm la a largo franir, tontalnln Ubl JOE S. MCE, Agent, ro.mii, t'nirr, Ac , ncwlr alnlol and xtiI his family, and that thcro was a case lats war with Sp.iln, dinnboea was ouo Ocuerat Ofllccra, Columbia lliilldlng, Lotila anil In condition Stanford, Ky. SilowllllwlaallOnrliKk, a M in tho court-bouat Liberty under of the most troublesome diseases tho at my (34 lillle. Ky TraH raih, lulanco In on ant two of Dr. Dye, and also another had to contend with. In many Instances Anil wlllluc to nav ton price In cash for yrara Willi InlrrMl from .tat of ul IV.I( n FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. treatment it became chronic and (lie old soldiers Clilrken. Kgga, Frutlier. Ducka, Orrwe, llt.n ISv I,KW lm-uli,of ladj to l f.lfl ..... rHVfnrt it 7 1. u. and 8 40 p. M. within threo miles of Liberty. All of ! Iwtftn OPTIONS ON FARMS ! of Turkey .OInenir. Yellow ltont. Ileea Wa. to 41 1.1 at usual II.Ilniatnrfw01iiaMlllcljrHlIf, Kr. and with 12 A II IjIMIAN, onnKtloK it (leuntctown 8 10 p. M. C. Lf reach, which wero untrue. It seems to us still suffer from it. Mr. D.tvid Taylor, l'arla Copper, Hide nil 8. to A. . and itv.eor. pconlo ought to tell tho truth about Wind HUlge, Greene county, l'a , U one Hone. or Altoklmla. bo In lira, Iron nml log Ptrli it will Die mnrket for wool. WANTED. ,nn .t:li,M.mlSWPreaching nj. . w town with (2 A C. and aelllng. nml '' theso things. The fact that the loath-eora- o of these. He uses Chamberlain's Co ic, S me anil get ruv price beforolienilquarten. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL . u - . I trt n 1 I would like to Inkr optloni on Rood farina " " JOSEPH R. NEWTON. A. 0. 1'. A. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea lEenmly and says ret avt r:ih Call nt my " dlecaso is so near U9 is causing A. I'cnco'a Ortlce, near Ileiait. l, In Lincoln County I'or tcrma and particuI'errln It HOlllNMJ.N Ky VM LAMlOUAr. lar. ..ddrra. enough excitement, without them false he never found anything that would give LoutavUlc, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. tJ him such quick relief. It is for sale hy Krlgcr. Ky reports. jetton City aa lollowi. Tralnt paw Tho heirs of Azarlah Bast In, who Craig A Mocker, Druggists. Tho moM ct'iilratly located and only m MX1T 1 No. 1 South ..U Ktpn No. 2 North...4 11 p m " died several years ago, had a kind of 0 n" Ko.1 Colored A. M. Fair, Lexington, Sept. " " Ulpni reunion Saturday on tbo old farm just " .11 Ito.8 SCOiia one faro for the round trip from .804pm "10 " OR THADC. S Ho.$ I have on hand Stock Hogs, PIEST-CLilSNoi. 1 and J do not atop. 9 and 10 run no fur- over tho Una in Lincoln. Tho family all stations In Kentucky via the Quccu ther than Junction City. for fplfn.tlJ fjrm of JllartM In Soulhra.t Kanaa. gravo yard had been neglected and had & Crescent route, for the above event. Cows, Calves and other stock Hotel In I ho city making a 51 wllr. from the MUHirl lln Well luralv.1 sale. Call on or write to me If grown up in weeds and briers, and the Ask agents for particulars. rxMfaruInc country, thickly acttlcl VM1I Ml onra.y tcrma or I fade fur farm In Oulral Ken On account of tho G. A. II. National you need any of the above. meeting was to nrlncliml oblect of tho tucky. (anyl.iii to 3.il illBrn-n- i In a nut It in decent order, Their friends Encampment, tho C. k O. will sell tick- Adlmilloi t. UDforl. Ky Ono blm'k from tho irlnclal ahopjitnR lta.l. (It) good till J. H. CREER, Stanford, Ky. tlMrlei and two bio ka from the thrt'C irln CtS tO Philadelphia, Sept. nn --. nnlr.V,l,nr. 4tnlnrrl thorn llnlll thorn -,. .. . ... ....... .t,,,n t.M a. n. lliralrva. V.I 'V tvi( .....U'. w were fully 150 pereons present. Tho Wb,.b. l).V, paw iho iliair t" alt trta of ney, MrtM.tcnr I. A., Lexlugton, lor further KvorjUiliiR iioot nml rk tn graves were neatly cleaned oil and dec- particular'. tho Ut orated with llowcrs. Then a sumptuous DENTIST, itol.MtuI with th itMMt Flel7 Lc:Jtsi 2rici KMlicaco la i.':sU dinner waa spread in a convenient Ur ttraltai of hrnrMti'l lll btrr uukiu fi ihr cell:, Hein:k7, srith 57 t:re: :f shade and enjoyed by all. In tho 'oi.iWnnI ruaItir Jrrtf rm(ilallrwlUnrJaBit Sjieclal rvpreseutatlro of Stanford, ha.loi br theintirtI l'lm Hull. S.i llawhov LinJ wtll la;r;Tei f:r Silo. of oratory, so common on occat)r lVInjailxT ati'l IiDi Infuu IVlru 5li;orM sions of that kind, tho young people CflUDER, HUflflELU & CO, rrttwobfMr loopr wlnutoat w(iiak tli Th. ai)T rorlr l known ai by J 'Un lirla henl at th WorM lir Stiurlhnrni are jounc man 4acw bU la ocuiinnl Ky. lii. trlc spent tho afternoon in innocent courtMerchant Tailors, UT Went Tth street, Mar atuiiMrl wlilt llli m. I'm-- lUrron ami Tho liou fino well ai kitchen Cincinnati, O., UffJ uilnlownilit-e- f lSUnll lilnaaiitl Mink ihir. a eiwlronulna ariwmv Ice bw. and all lie new orrhanl ing, while tho older ones engaged in l an.l ttrrU trM Ihf bifY Iwi lollrMiuUjr entry oulhullJlaga A new Urn. !' in In rM l. l h rJ of Kentucky O'Wc repair pleasant conversation. There were Will illtplny Sampler nt the St. Aaaph Hotel frltr aol tae uihi in a (i..iini. wi re Mi...n.. lu Mnford ou the :Sth of Each Month ami i or writ lor what yu want I At w liaie met wlih a newt ! picseot of tho Uastin family Mrs. Sa- All garments fitted on Updo-dat- o r UhW MafifoH Kr. ami any one who work. A we want to tell thlt LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Wguarantrc errrythibf ai ivprrwntM lr Mr. want. II wouMilo well to wrfu lo Mrs. J. B. Buster, Mrs. J. mlllt nu Imiioxlblllty with t , method of lWd rah Lucas, U'ALm.N, Witor. JAJIKft MiKIX'IIMU llareatlllf." cxamlno latent STABLE,' n. McWhorter, Mrs. Will .Tones and doing business. Oil I nndliN-ltta hutlm. room. til. k Sample fall and Winter, 51 Wealaoliate lr tal. W ivrrwr Messrs. Morgan Henry and Samuel .li.lMWf.rt In . th. ! Ky , ar.il u( iim byhiI4h DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Hi And Dealer in iuiretn Baetlri, with their wives und children SAiS OP LINCOLN C0UNI7 1M. KeilinteA Kerutaa an coim h Hour, weal llnraoa and MuiM c nttnntly on baud and anwfee.1 Thlt Ii at ood ailan.l at there It In HARNESS, SADDLERY, fisO. We were not present, but learn from Montlnllofor butinen For parlli ulara tnJ tetMt fur anlc at all tlmca thoso that were, that it was a day of ilJr.at in STANFORD, KY. Aaajcntof llieLciraofM N. Dclauw, 1 will on real pleasure spent in a good cause. And wo are requested to say that Mr. MONDAY, SEPT. 11, '99, GOOD LAND FOR RENT. und Mrs. James Durham descrvo espeUnctortulcor, OMintr Court Uar. in front of tbf Court bu In Near iJinraatiT. a trnct of Mi'J nrtr. all flustonvillo, cial mention for thoir elTorts to add to Kentucky 4l at imMic SUnfcnl utrr iht arc ewrated by tUa luoiieliouudirT B. the enjoyment of the occasion. Tho flrt tra I la within a half mile of Lan- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL MIODLEBURG. PER YEAR CASH o 1Mmd QUAIIAXTIKK WITHDrtAWN AT Wnlfi:netiir.i.ndDaAilKlnief Bl A. 8. PRICE, OLD POINT COMrOKT. cycle Repairing. Surgeon W. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., Tho quarantine existing at Norfolk THE DANVILLE OTI.KCO., HANVILLE, KV Dentist, nnd Old Point Comfort on account of CRAB OR0HARD, KENTUCKY. No. Ill Thirl hi yellow Cover, hnvlr.g been withdrawn, Stanford, Ky. this is to notify all concerned that the Ppltndld Arviimmodntlona. MIH KVKI.YN TAKDIF, OftlrotTa Mcrtouarta'Pni Sloit In tbt () U Clmo tn Pi'n)t nml fulpliur Well. Chesapcako ft Ohio Knllwny has rellnli-- i Itoixvinnlile. I'ltio Water. J sumed sala of ticket to Old Point Com ll.illJInj. Tho Soumstross. fort and all points alTccted by tho quar I'lntn ninl rnalitonalile ifuwlnp;. Cutting and antine. The excursions to Water Work HI John II. (.(Tumi, AiitiiiiiO I.m,iix Old Point Comfort on tho second and NICE HOME FOR SALE. l'lttlng n fourth Tuesdays will ulro bo resumed, lliircKiwiuiifir.CAaTi.rMtN I offer Sir m1 i rleatelr niy rery ilelralI Iiom commencing with tliu second Tuesday Tllfe 1'lkr, I'.inllea W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., i lot. i.'.arre.. n itie In September. Hound trip tickets will from thelnford It li well luii'inr be Slti, limited to 21 days. For full in eil, liaa all the nerary outlmlldlng. nefer fall LnticiiHtcr, Ky. ami plenty urrrull irnol enld piltaln W. Harney, Dlv. I n( water will aell puhlle formation write Geo. at auction In fmut nrih lr lfore 1'atscngcr Agent, Lexington, Kv. court. hnue In .Stanford, Sept. II, lw, raunty Tooth Extractod Without Pain I BEKZLEY HOTEL, Court-hmi- v ROYAL e. ' x. INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, so WLTTIEr) flrl-rla- v Ooe-lhl- n Ptiui-fon- m ltn TO STOCK FARM FOR SALE 12-1- 0: JX.cCijAy RATE. -1, '' . cll FOR SALE. tuirtrct-uiutilnn- l ?. A. JONES, J. mVLCKHY. w -- rra-utl- B. G. FOX, UNDSSKTAKEaa! 1 tit-- u. lonll--ello- iln J. Y. STJTT03ST, Word Far1! Cofomf Hociafion. 21- -3 Thursday, Sept. Days, Big Premiums for Jioaditer Iiing, Dig 1'remiumt for Sadille lionet, Dig J'remiumi in All Rinm, A Great Time i EspecUd. A. CA 11R, Pre ; C. S. 1IA YNES, Key. Us. H.r& Hfllnal Investment Conpany, Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Wo Pay While Yea Live. Oli Lho C:npanie3 Vtj When Qrcr 1SO,000 Y:i Dlo. paid in from Casov. te We ant to cornet an orro.-P"5"1 WOrMW.1.. H 'OU wo sent to the dally press which was E perfect garments, copied by tho Intkiiiou JouiiNAL.Tho send your orders to this lo.ts of Mr. Taylor In tho North Dakota hall storm was greatly exaggerated firm through the local agent and while wo aro given to hyperbolical c3)fa!'jwmI'i'?iuKaig(3 expressions in tho press, wo wrote tho artlclo as was Hmt reported. Wo havo The Favorite Line slnco learned by letter the correct loss of Mr. Taj lor, which was 3,000 I The M. A. Literary and Debating Society gave an interesting program 1 Friday evening which consisted of songs, reading, recitations otc. Tbu n Trains Morning and Kvening from subject for debate win "Kosolved That ti3l Station, 10th and Broadway, Wealth Kxert Moro Intluenco Than Passengers ilotiriny information and Knowledge." Aillrraatlvo, Duke God-be- y und J. l Kel.ay. Negative, Steu-be- n rates to iconlu, Minnesota, bhraska and points in the far West, Including CalGodboy and James Drye. Tho ifornia, should address judgts gave their decision In favor of the negative. Frank J. Iked, Gen. I'aes. Agt , Miss Helen Sharp has returned homo K. II. iiacou, DH, I'aes, Agt, from a four weeks' visit to relatives W.U. McDoel, Gen. Mcr. Charles II. Hock well Trallic Mgr, near Indlunapolls. Mrs. Pearl Durham htti returned from u lsit to relutlves in Lancaster. Prof. Hugh Moore, of M. A., visited wifo and purents Saturday and Sunday in Boyle. Ills wifo will accompany him to tho burg. Mrs. the Currlo Coffey, of MeKlnnoy, lu visiting 1. 1, relatives at this placo. V. H. Coleman, of Lexington, is visiting his parents at this placo, c. C. 1'ENETItATF.S ron rioi iii.WAM7iour" 111 EIGHT GREAT STATpS I Uit realm ofleaat pawr will U pltaW to learn tul. u drci'Jol iJImom Ikat thcro la at HOAUSTKIIS, SADDLKRS, uaa Ueu able to cuie lu all In aiaina anj ibat Tenueuen, Virginia, Georgia Keatuck Utalarrli llall'a Calarrb I'urela Ino only iu.1. CA'ITLG, MULICS, HOGS, fioriu uou oouiu iroun, tlto curt now luuwu to lliu iuodu fratVully Alabama, Mlaklaalppl. (.aturti IIuk eoualitutloual iIUIm. rxiulna a JACK STOCK, SHEEP, ETC. eouitjlatloual trtaiuitut llall'a tatarrU Cur Ukiu Inttrually auluz illmtly uion llm L1okla 8IIO-CAK- tirer lUlu; Inc5u. a. SJiiiiiiui n i:es wc uti:s ,m .(, Ieiliiglin, ky. ti,)) livmxre and hurplus citanioru, Lvii .nt. The law In Casey now is vaccination with a big V; or if not, a lino of notices than 810 nor more than 8100. Wo have tho first man to hear say he iUKtuiv mill IntHl, Ulo l.itfn. mi uuuiia ...I. iiiui iv uia uuiiui. fi.H Tnli urunu.j, " Wo'll hang John Brown to a tour ap- -' pie tree" while Goebel goes marchlrjj " on. Do your clothes show Several Casey boys havo joined tho l this label? volunteer army during tho past fow weeks and Goebel will loe a few votes. It Bcoins that the rails from this county don't take to the army. A protracted meeting will bo held at the Chrlxtlan chutch, commonrlni; ! aemgtCTiWTTaiirrBMtWS Wednesday night, l'ld. J. Q. Mont gomery will bo assisted by Uev. Oil-luIIuv. P. L. Creech wlllattcnd M. E conference (Lexington, district) It appears only on Cus- which meets at Newport September 0. itsv. t. ii. coieman held forth at the g tom Garments of the high- tho Baptist ohurch Sunday and Sunduv ' g night. Wolford Taylor is auothe'r P CSt 8radc whlCn havC becn aiduion to tho Methodist ministry 5 correctly tailored by com- - FHR7.T0F 130 HCRES caster fianxl lir M N IM'no at Umr of lihulMtli It la almit , wIIm Imui Manfonl aaJ i' '"!' '" Juatacroaa IlioC'rnb Orchard IU la 10.1 1'iuilllr nrar tba lk.yl A Uscolo turnpla ami pi cullHatloiiof which la now oontalnaailwtJIlHj limi,., Karn, anl all Mcvatiry ncrtx. all toncro Intract. rt AIo it T outUilVllaaa. awd la all Ant eiM UflJ tho rvmmmler to ro In wheat. AttnewHio Mom I will Mil a acra of Voola In sriia. Would preAll the land l well waleiti! lan.lnu U'liltaiiak In ll..yl-Co.- ; TrruM uial known ilar of miI fer to ruin the laud to one pirt) jear after V 1', MIX i:s&, Atom jonr. Iioumm, lf and IW acriaof fre.h Und to m of which I In H' K" " Offcn hlaarrvlcealo tk wple vfWett Uteiaj and Caaeycvuntlea Fuilalvck of (elSbtaad Cat a. ctaalwarton band U a. Caruur, Uaoajtr, a Mason Hotel l.rJIMlON, MIW. U. Prof.. i Public Sale of Land 1 A Good Stoclc Farm For IjiucnHtcr, Kentucky. beil; epic mini ! Kent. On Snlurcluy. Sept. 16, '99, 1 u I .hri 15. desire wlli m'!1 to the litKlirttblildiT nntlif tirrui-l- 4 liouwaml till) farm of llm !al A V NuwlanJ. ul Cixlar I ri'cU Matlou nu tlie I. A N IL U , on tbu btunforil A. L'ntb UrcliaiU pike, of tfl(bt room acven mill- from SUnfurO auil three fruin In I.ucalcr r Iara;o hou II. Inir iciUrtitlv liKUtod can be uwd with Cmb Orchard adyanta;e at u boanlln(r-li"U- e This Firn C:ntsias 193 A:r :f Lasd, ono wianinie tnfiirmiihin mayMpph Subjivt to the wldnWa Onwcr, wtll liuprov-e- il to Any J M OUAMh Un taler. 1 ultU now rohli'iict of uljcht riKitua, two lulls, H)ro)im uiulrnllaM, tno Uirna nml nil noos.iirv iiuthullillnx". aurli na amokii-lion- t, Two iicvur falling buKftX hnuat'. otr irlt.Ki.cin.vwilfiit to aoliool uotm. rhurrli-i- e uinlKat-olHeAlxiut ttf m'rua In I'ultl- vatlnn. ImlulK ' In blue pr:i- -. Tho farm will bo nlTiTfil In two trai'la, llm wlilnw'a iloMi'rof IS ai'ri-- a Willi lmiroti'iinnU, Ilk Tho I1I1I or hid iieruploil unluiprotiMl. whloh roitllrv tho irroHtur own. Tho nur- - duwcoMir tn The Farmer. lUuk A Trutt Von UJ cIium r hua.tho rttcht of wi'Olnit In tho fall. and under aMo iHanaicniieut ivbtlnu-uualwith full iioealon of tho Us ueron Jnn. 1, lor W Veara; Ono tnllo rtat of I'rwwherartll. Haa Ko meet all ttnlna. ncceM. Ofl In craw, the renialndur to po In cultlvatl.m. well watered, und ha Rood Newly furnished, clean labia. KTctTthlng Crut-cla- 1'ortttt 8i) HOUSE FOIll.KF.NT. Just Like a Mill. Lincoln County .National Bank. You take your Wheat and Corn to Morrt Krcd'a Kxchaniv In Win iHiUfhirtya almn In Munford ami get In L'i'hnB;e I lour and St ii I You can alto hut I'lour. Meal Mil v . cheaper at aturf. Ilrnn. I'hlckou IV-eplacu Hihii au wherein town A trhtl ui) I K'llevo ruy cxihniia; la nil I nak will hu a Cooil thliifc fur farmer awl I plwdf o liberal trnntiicUuiia and full weight My JfOoda comu from liudilonir Ih lller llollor Mlllaiindnrnllr.t-cliia- a MOIII.Ib l'URII. Tolophono No as D Uu-io- 11)00. H, C. RUPLEY, J. F. JONES, 3uOtJISVIIiE,3D cuah, iMlniicv In lx with mid 12 inonth with C vr runt. Inti sorurt. I. Ion Mlulnod on the laud fur tho iiurt-has- e money. llino una tuaco nwc lulllwllnt biiiim)ciin.UtlM of IwilriHim Ikium' IkiIiI-pkhulo will boffin nt Hoping tuch hudneu 5"t, couch. tnbltM, ote. l ;ty i' M ror farilifr inrormniion uilri NKWI.AMI, i:ur . II. P. T1.HM4 Ono-thlr- d nt Solicits Your Bank The Merchant Tailor, Aocount, will retllln 4iimoi. and ie mutual " . Stanford, Kv., I'riviohnratlllo, Ky. UllilXnullS. CHICAGO. Stanford. J.J Fistlic Sals cf land And ?.r..nally aj;i' nnd III muaa' On account of inv ixtromc hoiiltli, ( will oi Wllllaiiit, J. . (iwtley, Sr., Hllllam (lixeti, . i;arieuicrt A. W. II aikiiuias. 1 l.ynu :S. II. !liaiika J. y Catb. U. II, Owtley. OKI'ICIIIW. Is Itccclvlni; ItlH Spring tSiimiucr GootlN. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. J V- (Give I lima' Call. My ' li-- y. II. Shanki, l'rnUlcnti J. II. Owtley. L'aililiri W. M. llrUhl, Awt raihler. lhKliiuliiK nt 10 A M , ou thu pri'lulaoa, olfor to thu hlghotl nnd boat blddor UY FABII COMTAIMIMO Weliic'Hil::y,Hcpl. tlic 6th, 2:0 ACEE3, ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTANIOHD. KY. J17.633 SI 'M VIce-I'res.- Soutnern Railway ilanvills Fair, 3 south's wm mm, Auust 30, Sept. $2,000.00 IN I'KKJIIUJIS. runalr. Tlnio uru kOou uover-fatlUank cl Slaufurd In IBM, then roorganlted aa prlupi ou tuu uiaco aim tno iitiui la uu in u hluhkimuof oultUtitloti At thukuinu tlmo the National llauk ofblauturd In WS andagaln and pliwu I will uIo kill pumouulty, of llur.14, Uultlu uud Karmliifr Iin- - reor.'iulicd aa the Flrtt National liank of tttanfurj plotnont. I will ulao koll 50 ucro ot Timbered I.uml to 1(82, baa bad practically auunlnterrupted at tho auuio tluiu und place. 11 jiara. II la better auppllrd nw will TcrtDs tnado kuowu ou duy of aaln. lu ir axial-eni.f- Of aplcndhl lund, lluiitod on the llmton-lll- u A. llritdfordtlllo plku ubodt two tulloa Tho furm U oil wu-te- nd Wont of Iluttomlllv, and luiprovid, thu luiiirovouieiilaeou alktliij; of ii luri;o brick ilwulllui;. xod burn uud uocoaaiiry outbuilding, nil In OM't-llou-t Citital Stock $100,000. Sirplni, y$& f Thlt Inalltutlon orljlotlly eitallliked aa tbe rtil?1ti? laltillL mmmuLir ''"HaaHK .aaaBkSPBfVrwn isi'l mr. ' w ; -p rrv V I I un " :- - II. li. TUOKF.lt, T I). Knjrllkli. Aucfr. Ucllltlot Ilukloinllle. Ky. fur tranaactlng builneti prvuiptly and lib. Mil?:' accuracy In our erally Itiau trer betureln Ita long and honorable career. Accouutt ol loJltlJuala, a Juclarlea, Bruii asd lodlrlilualaaulltlted. F. lUld, Lincoln Co. I The Coinpoiiiullii; ol ltlctllcliicH. In done wit,h absolulo kI-tn- Through Sleeping Cars IkmetD iAiultvllle aafl the Bouth. THREE DAILY TRAINS Gttch way between LoulivllleaodLenlugtou Vt. A. TUItlC, O, 1. A.. Waalilugtou, V. O. V. II, TAYL0E. A. O, V, A. Loulirlll,, K aiuliiiuoout aurfaiw oftti. .y.tem, tbeteby .lu. lnjjliii(.lh fotimlitiou of L JIkjmi, and ulrluir llitpatU'utaliiruiitliLy LulHlua ui. tbaiviMlu' lion ami a.li!oif naluro In UoTojlta work. Jlia lrulrletura balra ao taut h fitl. li. 7i u i..nu era, Ibal lhauUcrm JlimdreJ IMUra for any can that It UU. to mi. Siud vr ll of Uailuiou- lUU't iauiljy , r,.. ,. ri.....f-- fill ,v Ike V) .'lug'.., are kAM Y Promiums $10.00 to WALKS, MULE KACES, FANCY TURNOUTS. A.ooix)Ei2sra? FIRE, LIFE Sc J. CIIKSE V .. J. CO ,M oledo, O. beat FINK MILITARY BAND. 8ESI) rOU OATALOOUE TO W. S. PiilUlppI hat beeo up)olnted jiostmbster at Burnlde. H. C. BRIGHT. Secy. lUUSOMPTION DKl'AUTMLWT piatcroai. J. W. lltjrd.u, Slanford nml the qualllr o( all ilruK und In of u ti. II. lUugbuiau, ivij uijju rauc, S.T.llarrli, fin iliyIclan'a mcteut lu tho lent. J. a. Hocksr, T.r.mii, uiont ol dlflicuU caeca I a dependent on the W. A. Trlbble, " W.F.Waltou purltr ainl fKblint-h- of the ilrux. Huvo J, Orch'J M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon liU order filled hero and the result will bo highly satisfactory. M , D.EIiuort, btanford, Oniy the belt couipaulen represented. orricaat. Ooiueto6eeJU, 12 J N. Uocktr, Frealdeotj J. J, Mcltobcita Cttklir. Iuqulrles wllcltod. 11. U. MAliOXY, Agt., Stanfonl. X. A UcKlnutr Atdttant Cabler. INSURANCE. ' . Penny's Drug Store.