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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 1, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899090101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 1, 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. Lfw 'WSW mLX"sJS& Wh IMHPP S5U22Z ? SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1899 10 A. M. MT, VERNON, XXVIII BRIEF NEWSJHJTATION. NO. 53 1I Tho Uockoustle Teacher' Associa Messrs. L. H. Hugheit and Forrest Gcorgo O. Dotlcr, tho tion will meet at Ilrodbcad Sept, 0th. McClary woro In our city Thursday, monument man, In dead. Tho ladle of Livingston have a bulb John Henderson, ol Lowell, Is ilek An Attempt was mado to bum tho ing club. A pool In UoundMonc I Its of fever. Tho sick In our city aio ImUwn of Albany. A nihpceted younjr favorite retort. proving. man was driven out ol the place. ' Mr. I'rankie Gentry hint boon quite Mr. James Curtis, of Houston, TexJudgo McConnaghy. of Muntlcollo, as, has been with bor sister, Mr. Jas. lined n brute 2fi for stabbing his horso III, but tt bettor. Mr Ann Albright Is visiting at HroJhead. Mis Ida May million, this city. becauso tho nnlinul would not pull. got Adam, thu talonted elocutionist, lias One hundred L. Sc N Louisville from CampbclUvlllo A lunatic In Posts are being distributed here free of away from thu nillcort at Lebanon and Iwen requested loorganlxe a cla charge far two mocths. This Is too many NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. terrorized womuii and cblldren till elocution at Livingston Onlngtoihe taut that Supt. Davis to advertise tho paper nnd If it I dono captured. Mr. Julia Upplgiove committed Coal and Oil allowed tho Horea Gloe Club to perulsowhero It shows tho power behind Is no The Wotoh-Hucklform on Wednesday evening of Inatl-tut- o by hanging at Tompklnsvllle tho tbionc. Company ban purchased about 13,000 week, tho date ho hnd promised of Gen. J(m Wheeler ha been ii'slgnt'd Something of a very turprlrlng naucros of land In Knox county and will brigade ture Is In store for tho republican for tho U C. T. V. contest, and so ad to tho command of Fun-tobegin opcratloiiH September 10. party of Garrard county. This J A. Craft has sued W. E. Ilnrron vertised, tho former Hindu 8.20 und thu In tho Phllllplne. 47. Many eamo from n distance Henry Jones, of Ululrvllle, Mo., died not written to create a senratlon. for 110,000 In the Fayetto circuit court, hitter .illm-lm- ? tbat bo failed to carry out to nttond the contest, not knowing of from tho effect of biting onu of hi The fact will bs given later. Demo thu change. linger terribly while mad. crat will yet see their salvation In duo mall contract In Texas sub-lcertain on the Erie resulted time. Mis I'attle Greon, of Versatile. I A bad smash-u- p to blm by Craft. In tno killing of one man and tho o Tho Baptist Association at Mt. TaTim sheriff of Casey county nrrustcd visiting Mr. M. C. Mlllor. Mr. Miller, of Washington, I the yuct wounding of 15 or 20 other. bor, near Pnlnt Lick, wns largely nt McClelland Woodrum and his brother-I- n of Mr. aid Mr. M. J. Mlllor. Judgo At Gilbert Plains, Manitoba, Fred- tended this wcok, nnd It wa a season of law, Tucker, for tho murder of Marblo In that county but week. William ha been very 111. Fred Kreu-gc- r erick Johnson, a liirtner. shot and kill- enjoyment for tho physical a well Ss wa In from Harlan recently. Mar- -' ed hi wife and threochlldren and com- tho spiritual man, there bolng nn Thu prisoners arc now In Jail at Liber P. S. sltal Short arrested a moonshiner at mitted suicide nbundnncn to cat, dinner bclcg spread ty. Nuto Tucker, son of a prominent on tho ground each day. in tho republican rally at London. Mr. In tho cao of tho wholesale eroccrs Although Walker' f Louisville, ludlcted In Whitley and Mr, L. V. Hotliurum aro on tho merchant at Fulton, was shot and perSchool hougo haps fatally wounded while invading a precinct gavo eight majority for the n county for combining to Ox price, It Is lok list. Mr Abncr Winkler, of Junction l visiting In this coun- watermelon patch. sale of liquor last month, Judge Durn- urged by tho defease that tno ami Four person lost thnlr live In the side rc'used to grant a license last trust law of 1MW ban become lnoora ty. Mrs. W. was formerly Mis Alma & Co., Stark, who onco lived here. St. Agne convent lire at Sparklll, N . Monday, claiming that a majority of 136, tlvo undorlho now constitution. Truly all tho world I akin und all Y., and 25 Inmate were hurt. Tho the legal voter protested by petition, Friends of J. A. Craft, of Louisville, which Indicates tbat there was some formerly of London, will sympathize IK'ople like mine recreation occasional- property lo is fully Jl,O,O0O ,riih him In tho loon of bl only on, ly to tary tho monotony of life. On our Over 100 volumes of tho Hebcllion Irregularity In the election. Records bare been published by the Mr. J. E. Hoblnson proved himself Kobort M. Craft, n bright young man way from Virginia wo stopped at Cor-bi- n to tell tho L. & X. people of tho government at a cost of 42,000,000, and to be a politician In introducing Con ., hi who died of heart failure. thoy are not worth the paper they aro gressman Clayton last Monday and Mr. of The remain were taken to London for morlls " our now song, "In tho Sunny l:) South There we found u largo crowd printed on. Clayton' excoriation of Bill Sweeney Interment. A square mile of buildings were and tho "Young Drown Johnles," elic... On account of tho extremely critical of people ussombled to enjoy tho circus. ornon we burned In Yokohama Aug. 12 and UK) ited considerable applause He referlllnc of Mr. W. O. Honey, Third Taking tho train for Mt. live were lost. Tho damage to prop- red to tbcm a decoy duck and assert Street between Hroadway and Loxlng-to- n saw many board the train for the Hrod-hea- d fair. We attended tho famous erty I estimated at between 45,000,000 ed that they could not deceive a one- temporarily closed to tehas been 40,000,000. eyed Negro in Alabama. lltale. Dolph Dice has old a half In- fair tho lust day und found our old and Stanford has not bad In years such an assortment of Trunks as we now Fred Wlderman, of Frankfort, tied IX. L. Jcnntng, a iwpular young merIn hi livery business to hi old friend, Mr. E. E. I'rothoroe, president, terest have. and the llrm will making all feel a homo and glad they thu rein of n halter to hi thumb to chant of Paint Lick, and Mies Lizzie, partner, J. A Y.nger, keep hi horse from getting away from the bpuu'.lful and lovely daughter of again bo Yeager fc Ktee. Danville attended. With thl wo a corresond-en- t, htm. Tho animal gave a jerk and be Is Mr. and Mr. J. C. Thompson, of this Advocate. bid adieu to tho many renders of minus a thumb. granted city, will drive to Danville on WednesThe railroad comiulIon n tholNTKKtOK Ulctiurd West, a lad of i:i, climbed day, Sept. 0th, and take, the marriage Joi'n.s'AL, hoping eer of coal companle In tho iwrl of tho State, along tho L. to bo remembered kindly by thoso who upon an electric light pole tosccu ball vow at Mr. A. C. Dunn's, Elder J. L. Hi : that the long and short, iiavo enjoyed reading our now notes gamo in .Mcmpni. lie became en Allen officiating. They go to Danville .t tangled In live wire and was literally because tho new residence of Mr. I.oxing-Unfrom this placo. It. N. haul clauio bo lnoeratlvo to roasted to death. Thompson Is not completed. Winchester. Illchmond and Jotts; We have as yet heard of no demoHlco Dcngo'a atock pens near the tho other U presented by the receiver cratic candidate In this county for tho Tho largest mortgage ever recorded In Louisville wo that of tho Baltimore depot were liberally patronized on of tho Southern railroad, that it bo InLegislature. A: Ohio Southwestern railroad. Louis-vlllIt re- Monday and they promise to be a favoroperative a regard Ludlow, Sovunty tickets were sold for the quired 420.000 worth of revenue stamp ite resort for stock men on public days, Frankfort, Nlcholasvlllo, Ate Elegant, id sizes 3 to 3S indies, prices il. 50 to $15. Cincinnati excursion from hero last on tho (10,000,000. as tbu stock I well cared for and tradHigh Ilrldgo, these point Sunday morning. Tho recent small pox visitation and ing can bo effected without Interfercoming In competition with tho Huckeyo Church, near thl placo, I stamping It out cost Fa volte county ). ence. About 150 cattle, 400 obcep,milk low rlvor rate. holding a protracted meeting with a Medical attendance was one of cow and horse were handled at good largo attendance. Elder Young has the largest Item und there was a nec- price. Thl I u long needed enterprise CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Ac. Terms OASII. chargu. essary lurgo amount of clothing de- and, beside being a great convenience, Tho 17th Senatorial district republi- stroyed. George V. Kllnguun will preach at It keeps much tilth from the towu. Sunday aftornoon next cans will hold a convention here noxt tho court-hous- o Elliott Ilondurant, who live nt Dag Dismissal and continuances have Tuesday to uomlnato a candidate for at 3 o'clock. dad, Shelby county, dressed up us a been tho principal order In tho cirof State Senator. write-uftl A fair picture and u good ghost to bcare a Negro. Tho Negro cuit court thl week. Cbas. Williams, JasgfrSSfrSBftgggg Thuro Is a movement on foot to have hit blm with a rock over tho eye, proUov. F. W. Alton appear In tho cur g colored, was lined 4."0 for malicious rent lssuo of the Lexington Messenger- Govbol and Uluckburn speak ut thu ducing concussion of the bruin and and wounding with Inteut to kill, Her. C. II. Conwoll, 1). I)., during Hrodhcad air ground tomu time dur- probably death. to pay which he was put nt hard labor. of tho Temple Church, ing next month when there will bo an Thirty-liv- e hi pastorate hundred persons witness- The euo of John Smith against Mr. old time burbocuo uud burgoo. Philadelphia, has bapUwd .'i.TsS ed the ceremonies at tho relntermont Salllo Ballard for 40,000 damage by Tho telephone companle are making of John Drown' follower In the little Livingston write; Our preimrutlous to run a "meuillo" circuit graveyard ut tho John Drown farm at accusing him of stealing corn, was dis Khfitr J. G. missed and a buit similarly styled, wa Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis is now the most meeting cloed at Goshon Ust night, from Livingston to Danville, Stanford North Ellm, N. Y. Tho bodies were lllcd for 420,000 for making another cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses; tho new discovery In optical resulting In 12 uddlllon to thu church. and I .ancestor ut Onco. It will require taken from Uarpor'o Ferry. Messrs. W. 1. William und science. 1 wish to say to the Ladies that Oneot tho bot meeting over bold at 160 mile of wire. years ago kill J. T. Hays were appointed to examine Newt Lttue, who Tho i'lno lltll Mining Co, lands ed llotol-keepthlx nlaun. Hodenbuugb and son applicants for law license uud Mr. no. . J Charges were filed against thu lie.-- and olTocts were sold at trusteo' silo ut Vursallle, is In tho Lexington jail T. Johnson will bo examined. Judgo Just received a large stock of the very thu last Saturday and were bought by Col. to servo a sentence of 10 day for carShoomlth und the IJv. Darker in J. W. Alcorn attended court this week. Methodist conference lnsolon at Car-Ikl- I. A. August, thu protldout of thucopi-pany- , rying concealed wuu)ioii, passed by for J7.500. The works will likely tho Jessamine county court. but they ware not made public. ir.M! IIIIIITITIOV Committee of lnvetIgatlon woro ap bo sUirted up ut nu owrly dale. In Huwiin county :i pitched battle Is the fururuiiiit'r to consumption. Dr. Doll's will euro It. at.d Patterns nevir sold in this locality before hare to be seen to bo appreciated. Last Monday uoar l'tne Hill a tree took place all night between Muuk SuitKilllWd. boy, who shot Dn Fulu, and the give kiicIi tmij;tli to the lung tlmt n rough able for framing from the simplest photor.iph to the most elaborate paintings. lUv. W. V. Hruee, who now Uvea at full on Joe I'urulfnl, a " mouldings specially for suitable lot is tho New French Among will suttlo Ihi'ru. I'urryvillu, formerly pastor of tho cuutdog death In un hour. The tree hud Fulis before Sheriff Frtiloy and hi or a colli Pinnynot Drugstore Twvnt) livo delicate thu pictured. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and ull pictures that .uuUat s tartan church at Uiutonvlllu, beon chopped down by Jountj I'tirotfulV po-s- e urrUud at tho scene. Mack lruby a it.tlnty frame. When In Danville, call uud bco us and get our prices. We announce til advocacy of Goebel and father and n compaulon. It foil In a ik shot twice, but not fatally, one OF COUUSE THAT'S THE GAME. will Hive ou money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ollico, Danville, Ky. sus thul hu will take grunt pteusuru in contrary direction to'whai was expect- bhot going through hi oar. SOMKKRRT, Aug. Ill W. O. Newell, ed. The fulhur, with uUtauoe, hud voting for blm. Twelve heavy steel iiroho of tho new Kov. V. M. Kuydondall, n Huptlst to saw tho tree In two before they could Chicago Coliseum building foil. Nino the central committeeman of the 11th Ivv., All"'. 15, 1S09. bodies of dead workmen were taken district for thu Drown L. & N. ticket, minister of Gurrard, say down to move the boy. The nous butch on No. 1't yeeturduy out ued two aro missing. Thirteen openly boasted here on the streets Franklin whre hu luubeon prooohlng, bo didn't sou a single man against Go, ttgreod to furnish Hob Uuckur, thu Injured men wfto rescued, one dying today tbut tho bolter hud no hopes of bul, who I u worthy inun and will bo lunibermnn, ull thu banana ho could since, A fatality seems to bung over electing Drowu, but tholr whole object Gents: You will please lhul enclosed check for one eat for .1 cent. Eating was Iwgun ut Chicago Coliseum. Of tho thl co erect- wus to 'Jofeut Gocbel and elect Taylor. elected governor. u.tf ed there, two fell in ruin bsfcrd their 1 thut "iruo" democracy or Judas Is- Uov. John lleues, presiding oldur, I llrodheud and whun'Sluuford wa Tiger Disc Plow, or in other words, the best plow that 1 X on trial before tho Curllslo conforouce, ed -- 1 banana had dUappeaied down completion, and the third wa burned curiot hypocrisy? uharge preferred by Uov. ilucKor h throat una tbu work was go to ttiu ground on serious oorontu 2S num. nave ever seen. Marshall, of Flumlngsburg, uud two lng bravely on when tho butch fulntod. I huITi red 53 jours with it coutjh, and Dl AbLAVi: bVK Egburt Wuller I In from SoiLh Car .tmriL' dictions uro warring about tho spout hundred of dollars with iloelors uud I am plowing clover land that was grazed last year and sua luet fur To I Iwuinl olina, where ho litis been engaged for rhalu. uftlUea luiilihs wor.1 foriuot jixu lr the for uodh Ino to no mull until I u.ed nr. return of Uov. V. S. Grlnsteud to i Ury tlllll aro soino mouth. Mr. 11. H. Conn, of Ok' i UIIIw,ir JUmiuww.MUIi., trill how Hell's Tt is awful hard and dry. but tho old This icuiedy mowed this year. About 130 minister "My wife list aslatv WMiual Irrs He u prusont. It I charged that tho Uov. luhoum, I visiting rotative In this Uviiui hriii waior mo yuan inn sue roufci not mule wouk luugs strnui;. It has suvvd my AIW u.lnu lo hollies of I l(o. J II. Ito.oll, liiruurrrlult-lsloii- ,) Oruul.huiR. III. Tiger is doing the work for it, and don't you forget it. Uoovos, upon tho evidence of two prom- county. Mr. Molllo Ellis, of Doll Cen- l.lwltu lllttr, u w noiiufriiiuy uuprotM sua jniiurMu icnitMy inent ph)slelans there, ban committed tre, O., I vUltlntr her ulster, Mr. M aMutu iljlitiiu woik rurM usrrousnrM. iltvi,- r,,r ivmul,i1iu,Miriiiuli.Llr wus shot und 'nstantly Dob Gregory I would not bo without one for anything in the bounds Ialutlii2 an unpardonable otlunso ugalnst socio Gontryi thl county. E. T. Flh, who i.inwu,. luvluiuhuiv. huAiliiht1. hartaihs. uifUlclus killed In Clay county. Thu gun used vortlug tllujr sull Uov, Ucoves married fltst it lady ha boon traveling iu vlrglnliwiud Ma- uiul t,'u"l"i to 'ill's mlrsi'le tun down ,o,. wus a No. M rltle, und tho bull IV. l, ULIy, I. n tore of reason. from Georgetown, und his eccond wlfo ryland, I at homo laid up with fever. I'.Tcr Il0e HaraultxJ Only SuiyiUi. boH by Gregory's body ulinost In two. The I'cauy, llrHsni.! wa a resident of Flomingsburg. The MUs l'attlu Green, after some week' "Wishing you and the tiger Dise 11 ov great success, 1 trouble was over a curd gumo. Soveral numo of tho woman In tho case ha not visit to thl place, ha returned to At Hartford, Conn., Jou l'atcbcn won tired shots at Gregory, but Alex Fisher Yours truly, T. L. CAUPENTEK. am, Mr. J. L. Whitehead, of been given. tho tlrst 2:W minute pace ever schedul- is said to have dono tho killing. s, ha boon 111 of l lipoid fev ed, over four starters, Anucondu, Sterling say tbat The Negroos at Mt. THE IUUI.E, Ki.suor .UXU1IIM, vor for six week. L. M. Uouk still re Frank Bogosh uud Searchlight" CoiupQUUclitig ot in ordur to Induce them to voto In the main 111, J. T. Adam I hero from Is noted for Its keen sight, clear uud ills Anaconda wus tho fuvorlte. In tho first Blctllcluet). tluct vlalon, So uru tlutetj iKirnona who u.o primary for Stono they woro told that Uryantsvllle. Col. J. A. August und ll' .U-J- - v -.- stkp.t came la lint under Jou Taylor favored tho Jim Crow ear law Win, Welsh, coul men, were hero Mun heutwhip Futchen Tho second heat was Sutlierluud's Kaglo Kyu bulro for weak ryes, In 2:011. the Is dono with absolute accuracy in our styes, soro eyes of uuy kind or granulated and now thoy toiy they are told that it day. MUse Lena and Ucsslo McClure I'ulclicn's all the wuy, und ho took tho ds. Hold nt Pinny's ut VS cents. mistake. Hut nil thu sumo they aro visiting I'arksvtllo relative. U all a m l'llESOItlPTION DEI'AKTMENT miTUTlTr Uif, ' :i i"r -B Unul heat In 2:031. A.. j Bay they won't voto for Taylor till they Sandy Fcuwlck, proprietor of tho Whllo working on tho road near .nw: nui tho quality of all drugs ued Is ot a get u clear expression from him that town Weducsday ufturnoon James UlftMAUCK'sJIllON Ki:UVG Duncun Hotel at Henderson, wus shot r very high yrailo, Wm thsrwulluf hU tlu!M health. lliJomll-khhoUugalnsttholaw. tired a blast and started to run, utA The physician's success Iu tho treatuvrgjr are uot found und perhaps fatally Injured by J, S. lll suit irmifuJom ..i re quoonswaro agent. vlieivbtumuli, Liter, KMnity) Mid ment of difficult cases U dependent on the Kansat farmer and business men ter picking up u powder cun, liy some oututorJer. If )ou wut ibsmi ualltl llol tUI Dlrdsu',1, a mil Llfs KIuk'i purity and frcshuess of the drugs. Have u trust called the Farmers' uuknown cause the can exploded, fear- uirau thsy lirluic. um lr Of hralu Ntw liudjr, l'lll y bavo formed WEAK CVrSA UK NAUK STUO.SU, (Jul u4 U ry M rlop ei 1 hy hU orders tilled here and the result will Feduruttonof tho Mississippi Valley, fully burning his liuud und fuco und tW: it 1'tuuy'l drug nore. Dim vtalou niudu clour, styvs re mo led uud mm bo highly satisfactory. giuuuluted ltds or sort) eyes of any kind with 820,000,000 capital, for the purpose firing hi clothing, Hi crlos of disanswered by Leo Klnuurd, Idollta wou tho Iloroo Uevlow Futu- speedily uud cured by the u.o of of controlling the prjee of farm pro- tress wore Come to See Us, b bulve. It's put uji who knowing tho blast would Boon ex. rity at Dubuque, la., worth 20,000. fcutherluiiil'i Kngle ducts, particularly Kansas corn. i L KH ir.i'iua, for Nearly 18,000 acres of land Id Knox plode, wont to the reacuo and removed IUtu wus second und Iiuu Electrlio li tubes, ami sold on sl at Peuny's Iiruj Stort tho clothing front the sufferer. In tho third. Dest time, 2:12. county, wus sold for 1500,000. Hlchmond mean tlmo ho kept u watch on tho blast, which was bul a few yard off. The explosion came and u Inrgo boulder wa fen coining In the direction of tho wounded man. Klnnard dragged blm nut of tho way In time to prevent hi Colycr will head from being mashed recover, thoftgh sulTerln torrlbly from much hi burn'. Klnnard deceive credit for bravery dlplayed In hi daring uct. LANCASTER. If our goods give not, tell us. satisfation, tell others; if GOiD DOMiflKS i i At 50 Cents. eul-cl- de better value than the offer we are now making n' 1 ANY SUIT IN OUR STORE FOR et An-nl- $y.5o. 'Phone Lu-ei- Nothing" Whatever Reserved. Shoes, &c, Best line Furnishing Goods, Hats, Central Kentucky. -- Lob-ano- J. L. Frohman V THE GLOBE, Danville. M. I I TRUNKS OUR LADIES' TRUNKS I i Soutb-omtcr- N.,-akln- 1 i I :i I TELESCOPES, VALISES, H. J. M'RQBERTS. p cut-lin- THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. - cr THESE LENSES FLATTER. it) batest Designs "Kleur-De-Lh- jYIouldigs Ad-kl- ns, Ad-kin- IIustonville, Messrs. Higgins & McKinney, (it-o- Vcr-salll- e. g, Che-hall- The l m&M m Cot-yo- h wt m etW-tu-ill- .Penny's Drug Store. J. Tun G. A. Il's. will have it three days' reunion at Mlddicton', 2, miles from Ktngsvlllc, Sept. Among the speakers named aro Col. T. P. Hill, democratic ticket. Judgo T. 'A. Morrow, George K. Stone, TICKET. Tho democratic campaign coramlttco Dr. W. M. Doores and Elder J. Q. then seated In tho convention, which Every day a b.irgiln ilijr at he wantod'stampeded to him. Mr Urcy has engaged headquarters at tho Gall Montgomery. or Iorrnor, Saxton's band will fur(iOKHKi. WIUIAM Woodson corroborates McChord and Is House, Loulsyillo nish the music nnd meals will bu ! Tor Llciittnanl (lorfrnor. Way no county democrats nominated surprised that tho statemont of Brown served on the grounds at lfic,wlth horse C. V. HECKIIAM. J. A. B. Owens, a popular merchant of that bis visit was voluntary. Graham Kor Attorn The extremely low prices quoted oi Hummer Goods Is to make a clean mtein nnd lltntral, fecds at the samu price. like- Alex, for rcprctcntatlvc. Vrecland, of the Courier-JournR.J. 1!!!KCK1XKII)(1K. not to miry over n slnglo dollar's worth, ' or Auditor, Joo Wilkinson, of Liberty, hai been wise substantiates McChord's etato M MlifOCli (IUSO COIIJKK. made chalrmannf tho democratic camments. All of which convicts Brown of Treiiurrr, 300 stock ewes fur sale. F. P. Bishop, tho basest duplicity and' falsehood. The paign committee for Casey. S. W. HA0K1!. Guarantees tlmt nUhing It Mulf worn Ilirgilns In quality m well M irirc. M By actual count there are said to bo Hubble. platform had been made at tbo time, It For Secretary of State, our polluters are bargains counter, none being more m than nnollicr. FOit Sam:. .15 feeder. just an even dozen of bolters in Frank& MJECK Illf.h. endorsed tbo Klectlon bill, which For Superintendent of Public Instruction, Brown Is now lighting, and tho Infer- lin, and they show signs of repentance. W. II Shanks, Stanford. HAKKY 3tCCHINEY. Heazloy V Carter bought of various It Is very considerate of Msj. McKinence Is t.int ho would have championed For Cotnmluloncr of Agriculture, Mondav-SavinClhanley to stay awav from New York Sept. parties a bunch of hpgs at 3c. IO.V II. JfALL-Fo- r that law, had ho been nominated. ces Reuben Dudderar sold to Holuclaw Jtallroad ConimlMloner, 0, v nen no wasn't ana ho began to sec lest he divert some of the honors Bros, u bunch of shoals at 3.05. C. 0. JKC1I0KD. V "groat lights" and hear tho tempting that nro meant for Dewey. Greer fc Crutehtlcld bought In the ltend every Item For Gov. W. J. Stone, of Missouri, will voice of tho L. fc N, ho changed front o( hogs at 30 Ladles' French Woven t'orscls, 21 t.'Jil, IV, former prirei II. M. F. NORTH. and became the willing tool of tho dis- devote tho week of the 12th to tho I7th Wancsburg section a lot Anything In Ladies' Short Walat Coret 4Si former price 75c appointed and dlsorgan'7ors. And tho to speaking In Kentucky for tho ticket. :Uc. Senator Gokiibl certainly hnd on last end of that man shall bo worse One of his dates will be at Richmond. Klfin'Conlg won the Autumn Mnldon Stakes at Sheepshcad Bay, falling 00 his lighting clothe at Bowling Green than tho first. Dorsoy W. Shackelford, deni., was tol. Monday, where ho and Senator Blackelected to succeed Congressman Bland, Thoroughbred Jet say cow, giving burn spoke to "acres o( people," as the John It. McLkan, of tho Cincinnati deceased, In the Stb Missouri district, For cheap I'orcalu, Windsor and tvn Maud brand . .V, former prices I2c. latter expressed It, there being 4,000 by Knqulrer, was nominated for govornor by 2,500 over his republican opponent. three gallons per day, for sale. J. T. JiM received a full lino Garniture Skirting nil hndoonly lfc. fnrnierrks 1.96 Jonos. tho most conservative estimate.. After of Ohio on tho first ballot, over n field AfewMimmer drew Skirls left Indirlc and light linen mid dock, to otoe. Wc T?io LouUvllle Post says It has tho Capt. Jack mid to bis son, of six and as It makes no particular averting that ho never assaulted a man former prices 1 In his llfo unless ho first assaulted him, driTercnce whether tho State goesdem authority to state that Hon. P. Wat Prof. L C. Boaley, 57 aero of his furtn .'ulid 1'ique in Birds Eo and IJedford strip only 10c, former prlc lSet Hardin will make no speeches during at 15. Senator Goebel said ho asked no quar- ocratlc or not this year, ho will doubt100 Strlcd Ottton l'anls, worth 500, cleaning out price Xtc. A few IJneti Sulu f. r Red Leaf, owned by W. W.Goddard, Hal-laless be elected. Tho platform reaffirms the campaign, which Is doubtless a He. ter and feared no man. Tueodore men $1.00 to clo-1C0 kn.-I'ants 10c to close. Caleb Powers, republican nominee of Mercer, has won 27 bluu tlos in roadhad spoken In Bowline; Green re- tho Chicago platform in itoontlrlty, decently and said a good many things mands Bryan's nomination in 1000, im- for secretary of sute, will speak 41 ster rings this year. Twenty horses and mules perished at about the Senator and his family. They perialism Is unalterably opposed slnco times during tbo cunvass, which seems have both lived In Covington for ."0 our government cannot bo republican to be considerable over tlmo for a short Owensboro In n tire, supposed to hava Men's Plow Shoe S5c. Mens Uloaclm! Drill Drawers, ribbed nnklw worth 50c, to been of incendiary orlglu. years. Ho had beon honored with and Imperial, opposes entangling al horse go tliiiui'ek for 25c Brown was never populnr at home sugar MUMS. 21 good election to tho State Senate longer than liances with foreign nations, denouhecs In Henderson. mules for sale, cither in pairs or bunch any other man. Hallam ran against the secret nnd vicious nlllanco now In and will get few votes him last time and got COO votes, while evidence between England and tho re- When ho ran for governor his majority M. S. Baugbman, Stanford. Nlco bay marer six jears old, been he got 4,300 or seven times as many. publican administration, whereby this was only 03, whereas the normal demo plowed double nnd single, In foal by a Then ho added: "Hallam said I had nation may become involved In war cratic majority Is 800. A cmli in crith Anything in Men's or lloy. Cmh Linen Hats only lflr. Mt. Stcrllug Negroes are threatenjack, for a!o. W. A. Carson. not changed a particle in appearance In with foreign nations, demands that the Jut received an clcgmt and nobby lino of ladles' walking bati.cyclo and golf ing to bolt tbo republican ticket over Cook received from Lexington 0 years. But I can't say as much for Cubans and Filipinos be allowed to esJ. F. him. If I had been a drunkard and a tablish Independent republics, de their Inability to secure an expression yesterday 110 Southdown ewes und liatcs75cv Choice thU week oi Ladle' trimmed hati P9c. debauchee, I, too, would have changed nounces trusts and ship subsidies, de from Candidate Taylor against the sop- - bucks tbat cost an average of $0 50. W. B. Griffith, tho exjKirt cattle and would carry with mo a faco similar clarcs for tho Initiative and referen- - arato coach law. J. L. Earlywlnc, of Paris, will bo buyer, shipped from Georgetown, 80 to a pleco of cancerous beefsteak. Ho dum, an eight-hou- r labor law, tho pro may talk about my brothers, but I nev hibition of sweatshops and tbo aboil Gov. Bradley s private secretary, suc- cattle, bought at from 4 to 5c Times. ceeding Col. Fred Roberts, who bas Foit Sale Nino calves, lot of mixed And get pricei. We can save you 25 per cent, Our Shoe and Clothing .lock l full er had ono In tho penitentiary, and that tlon of tho contract system of resigned to accept apoiatmcni as city cattle, three sows and 25 shoals, one of choice bargains. is more than bo can say for himself. labor. As ourspsco is full wc cannot give prieei.,wo invito you to cjmo and udge of Owensboro. Jersey bull and two good horses. Mark Ho and Harvey Myers, while in tho ice for jour- fClf. In his speech at Winchester, Judge City Judge C. N. Pendleton, of Uardiu. Legislature, were partners in drawing died Tuesday night. Col. Fred The Breckinridge News says that a monthly stipend from tho lotteries. I Breckinridge reviewed the Chinn passed tho bill that took from them that School Book bill and showed that the U. Roberts, Gov. Bradley's private E. & V. Robertson bought of Laic stipend. Myers, whllo speaker of tho children of the State paid a tribute an- secretary, probably will bo appointed Green 120 steers, 1,150 to 1,000 pounds, Kentucky House of Representatives, nually of $500,000 to tho school book to till the vacant office. at 4 to 5c. The eolebrated Durham coal mines, E. P. Woods bought of CamcnWcb wrote a letter to Manager Frantz, of trust, demonstrating bis argument by The Cbcaet Hoiuciin Town. tho Covington lottery olllces, demand presenting two copies of American situated on Lookout Mountain, have two fancy cows, 1,400 ounders, at 3e ing $200 as a monthly stipend, and I History, both printed by the same firm been sold to C. E. Johnson and asso- and of James Messer two & CO., fcj have tho original copy of thai letter at and indentlcal In every particular. Ono ciates for $200,000. They already own heifers at .'!c. T.D. 1UNEY, Manaeer. was bought in Indiana for 05 cents, tbo 3,000 acres of coal land adjoining. Pago bought of various home. That's the reason Myers was Hudson Tho Post Ho that Goebal went Into parties SO fat bogs at .lie. .1. Branch stores at Eliiabethtown..i:ikloit, OirnUro, not returned to tho Legislature and other could not bo purchased In KenVersailles, Ilarda-towHupkiniTlllf,Mdisunville.MorBnlieM. Georgetown Ky., ClarlsTlll... Teun that's why ho was defeated for Com- tucky for less than $1. A comparative tbo convention with only 107 votes, B. Honak.er bought a number ol aged of books used in the fifth grade of having been used so extensively, tho mules at $35 to $115, Adair News. monwealth's attorney by 2,000 votes." list tho common schools showed that whllo Owensboro Messenger is moved to corMyers aided In the Lexington conJ. N. Stratum has a grape vino in o ooifooWSolfb o o o o o"6 bob o o o o o o o'bb"bcf5rod'o the children of Indiana get theso books rect it and say that ho started in with his jurd that produced 22 gallons of w vention in nominating Jno. C. Droego o O o for treasurer, although ho had Myors for $.'! 05 tbo children of Kentucky are over 300. shelled grapes this season, besides what O o A vote tor Krown win do nun no has been picked off and eaten. Law mulcted lor attempting to bribe hltn forced to pay $0 20 for the same outfit. o o whllo he was an alderman, to vote for Indiana has a law similar to tho Cbinn good, but it will strengthen Taylor and rcnccburg News. o o an ordinance extending tho franchise bill, which prevents tho extortion and to that extent weaken Goebel. When J. S. Boglo sold to Tho. Prlne, of o. o democrats cool off they Grccnsburg, Ind., 100 feeding cattlu at o of a street railway. Myers escaped be- forces the school book trust to furnish disaffected o o books at reasonable prices or not at all. ought to think of this seriously. cause tho ordinance was not pending at 4.35 and 40 at 4c and of Chas. McDono o FOKthe tlmo Droego sworo that tbo at- Tbo Chinn bill must go on tho statute Georgetown Times. ald 70 1,050 pound feeders for October o books next time, and it will if Goebel, Tho democratic State campaign com- delivery at 41c Mt. Sterling Gazette. o o tempt to bribe him was made. o o "And W. C. Owens, of Georgetown," Xorth and other democrats are elected. mittee has arrangedfor a tour of the Robert Carriek. of Scott count v. has o o mountains by Senator Goebel, to begin purchased of John Arnsp-irgor- , continued the Senator, "is one of those his o o AM. things come to htm who waits. at Greenup Sept. 13 and last 10 days. Scarlet Wilkes marc, Alice Frazlor, who have been assailing me. While o o Oils, at Frankfort I did what I could to mako wo Davy waited long and walled pa Capt. James Blackburn will accompany for $500. Arnsparger bought tho maro o o o tiently and have at last been rewarded him, a tho Senator has to go East. two years ago for $10. Sho has only iu a miuuy 10 run a raro oanK or o o 1, and has Yesterday tiotico camo from W. J. tablo and other gambling devlcer, Here's u pointer. The manufacturer been worked since June o o and thereby I interferred with Owens' chairman, that wo had been ap- of the large Goebel and Taylor buttons shown a full mile In 2:13. regular business. He was an applicant pointed an honorary member of tho that retail for 15c, says that he has sold Investigation at tho Chicago stock OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOQOoopnnr.X for ottlce under McKinley and U doubt publicity and promotion committee of 10,000 with Goebel's picture und only yards In regard to tho recent advances less preparing for another applies the LouUvllle Industrial Exposition to 3.000 with Taylor's and that ho can In the price of beef brought out thn tlon." be held Oct. Jtb to 21st, under tho scarcely supply tho demand for the utatomcnt that never before In tho hisHo roferred to W. C. Pollard Breck auspices of the Louisville Elks, and former. tory of tbo American cattle market lias inridge as another of the purification A prominent preacher of Boston who thero been such a demand for all kinds which promises to bo the biggest thing Ists, who wcru llbelllrg him and said a on wheels. went to tho Philippines with creden- of meat a tho present time. The Tim painting cttonfs here. We wish m call your attention to mentiou of his name was sufficient. W. tials from President McKinley, bus refor export cattlo is enormous ami keep the Hesl Heady Mixed P,Ut,. OIL, Vurnlsnes, UhmIim. Ac . In tbJ fact llmtl!! e m,k ., II. Mackoy, another of tho gang, was a Tim newspapers that speak of Goebel turned und says that tho war would prices will be xtill higher. member of tbo board of directors of a democrats and of the Lexington ticket have cuded tbero long ago but for Gen. About 400 cuttle on tho market, ! turnpike company when tho Sonator as the democratic ticket, exhibit an Otis' incapacity He Is too small for as nearly all of them light hclfurs, which Our line of Tpllst Artlcl.-- s tcluw T.wih llrmhtH. Hair Hnnhes, Combs t secured tho p.iago of n law which Sn.n. ignorance of tbo situation. Those who big a thing as thuj sold at.'I to 4c. Five cents was offered Ac , is complete, and of the very best ouality. In cutting Its tolls In half, and support says tnat under no aud refused for u few good steers John D. White tho Louisville ticket are democarefully cotiiMiimd':d from the Purest and Ileal ,Jr"K o1' PRESCRIPTION'? thereby interfered with hU business crats. Tbo tittle band of purification-Ist- s circumstances would ho vote for Tuy- Soma plain oxen brougnt 3t to ets talnnblo Price remonable. We solltitjyoiir patronag.,. n somewhat. monkeying as a ticket and nomina lor for governor because he is a poli- Quite 50 demand for mule colts, and about were sold at prlcod ranging Then tho speaker went for the o ted by L. & N. employes and broken tician not entitled to support. Ho ulso from $1S to$!0. S. D. Goff, tho past Si Post and Dispatch and showed down politicians should be known by suld that tho Brbwn tlokot would not week, sent sueral hundred cattlu to that ono oi tho editors of tho latter, Its real and true uamo "Tho Tuylor get over 500 votes In the entire State, Illinois where they will be f'd corn at a cost of 12Jo per bu.liol Winchester G. W. Smith, only escaped bolug u Aid Society." Cypress Shingles' and that It was the weakest of twlltlcul Democrat. Iron Fence, convict bv a pardon granted him by s. Gov. Bradley. Tho other editors of tho Tin: Louisville Post prints a picture W. J. Bohon, tho commercial tourdlsreputablo sheet ara either habitual of Theodora Hallam. but It was taken -ist, tells the Cincinnati Enquirer, after bailers or republicans. Too wholo long ago, before tbo mental and physi- a tour of tho State, that tbo disaffection I am boim.l to break up my Hide family auU speech was hot stuff and tho way It was cal man had been destroyed by stron has not only been greatly magnllled but interrupted by anplauso shows that drink and debauchery, and when his Is rapidly disappearing nnd that he tho bolters In Warren wero either bid faco did not look as Senator Goebel thinks It is eufo to put Goebel's majorMetal Kooflng. Mill Work. Will nil lurtunwlKiM nil I'rltats outortbclr number has been greatly describes It llkoa cancerous beefsteak. ity ut anywhere from 10,000 to 30,000. funillury,ativn.utlnu ule cur) tiling utiv-ur-y klUlion of frviu magnified. kiulico, dlnltu room 11111 unlrjr. Hallam was a man onco of great prom- Tho vituperation and personal abuse of iwrlur tu licue.kiiis would do Hill to yire me a Yuuug When Blackburn's tlmo camo bo ise, but ho Is nothing more than a sot Senator Goebel which bus become a call .N, I Tho Iiuum) proceeded to do Brownlo up Brown by now. persecution has reacted, and tho people mit II.(Itrtleu and nil lot where hour lite, for (liirltrnslor ule refuting some of his many fallacies 11 it now know thut it is from corporate und mh:l Ol.O Billy Breckinridge says that It ' both as to history and tho present camcormorant inllueiico which he lias That combines beauty aud paign. In comparison with tbo L. & Is thu hit dog tbat howls, In bis article fought and they will respond with encomfort with convenience, it EYESPECIALIST COMING. bolter-Ire- o tlckot-fre- o in rcsponso to Goebel's strictures on lunch one of our well made, cay ridthusiasm in November. hltn, and tho way ho writhes and twists ing nnd elegant Kurreys. It la hlppodromo, tho meeting wus clean out unexcelled for workmanship, of sight. Brown's hearers easily got and barks, the old saw ovldontly holds MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. durability and comfort, and will Into thocourt-hou6- e, capable of holding good In his caso. W. C. "Pollard" glvo more satisfaction for One of tlio Kvu HHielulUts, ut Win. only 000 people. Tbo purk was hardly shows unmistakably that ho was bit MUs Lily Duncan, daughter, of Mr. lamlly usu than oilier Suu, of LouUvlllu, Ky , will speiid nmlo sulllolcat to hold tboso who hcurd the und hit hard, We am Belling and Mrs. C. D. Chcnault, of Hlohmond viH . ui'ajf nun rum, next governor and tbo next Senator, und A. J. Draper, will marry 011 the ONE ONLY, Foil some reason tho Lexington Press 7th. and If Warrou county doesn't give the B. K. of hU vucntlon. In uurelty fiom Aug. Mtli & usual majority and more for tbo demo bas cut us from its exchange list, but Upper Sandusky can lay claim to the to Hopt. Ctli. Incluihi'. Aiijdiiu suffering Ojip. Court Houno, Stanford, Ky. It Is all right. We can gut along with oldest married couple Iu thu Statu of wiiii vto Kir Un ox ImiiroiKirlv iidlu.tul signs go for nuught. cratic ticket all glu..c kliould take uilvautagu of II10 up- out a paper edited by u man who lights in Mr. and Mrs. Pulur Stuusley, pAiluult) ut a tiioruuKli teluiitlflo J. G Haim:y, who ran against S. J. his own brother, aud tbat brother it piilo, Aug. 10, 1818. who were married rut nesr is thc chcapcst J3ooffl'eej3iny. JUXAMlN-AriONJ j li'JtlCJG: Shackelford for clerk of tbo court of better man In overy way than himself. appeals In P07, will get a place In thu lleuiliirlic wlun caused by eye attain, The unuuul roportof tbo commissionrtllevcil OlMYo ut fct Aaiili Sliorflianul Census Bureau if he can pass a civil -- IIuum u tu Tiikodouh Hallam says there ought er of petition shows thut during tbo I.' una '.' to 3, 7ipeufrilin7. tervleo examination, which &omo peo- to bu mora speaker on thu stump for year thero wero added to thu pension I ""'PArVKlift'A ple doubt us much u Gov Bradley did tho L. tc N. ticket, forgetting thut ull eiepragiy. 10,220 names and 411, lbO wero dropHAIR BALSAM thy capacity of Taylor to do so, when who will vote that ticket or the repub- roll Ul,:tl5 Hies by reason of death. Cl.UUand Uia al& of ped, j I'rtMUuUri I lasurLbl truvth. ho was asked If bo wus for the tolsllt lican, are already ra?luir iimnnil hunt. Valla f.f.r to iu la luiun Qnw ' fiend For -There was expended for pensions VoutUi ., Ualr (hlalayut attorney general for U, S. Senator, . trtJV dlriM A L.UMl!lf; I log for audience to address. .milium Drviftaa 5. IN his speech at Lawrcnccburg, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Gov, McChord produced tho proof that Brown expressed tho strongest friendship for Senator Goobel and Skit, i, 1S99 while bo was willing and anxious to bo Stahfokd. Ky., nominated for governor, bo satd ho would not accept tho nomination with out tho Senator's consent. Not ana W. P. WALTON. word did Drown say about his nomination must bo secured by a clean or any other vote, except by tho delegates DEMOCRATIC POLITICIANS AND POLTICS, ADDITIONAL L00AL. TlIK youngtlors hero who havo dancing In their heads and not In their heels are preparing to Import a professor to teach them tho nrt. I - Cocboi gavo tho Bryan campaign fund (TOO In 1S00. How much did Brown glvo? A prominent Bourbon county republican says Goobel will bo elected by a majority of 20,000. Congressman J. W. Bailey, of Texas, will spend a week In Kentucky for tho Grand o pen in a ! 365 Days in the Year. THE LOUISVILLE STORE al, OUR QUICK SALE SYSTEM I d 23-2- irilliant u Ittpre-enUtir- e, YOUR CHANCE f ' e. Uo-da- m Ladies' Oxfords at Only 49JCents. ld Men's Gauze Shirts at 15 Cts bt. Look at Our Line of MEN'S SHIRTS. The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY 750-pou- Proprietors, t 210-uou- n, GO TO M'ioberts, tl)e Druggist, -- Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and &c, rou-let- te Ho-ga- n, At The Lowest Cash Prices. &c. Paints, Oils, "Varnishes, Brushes TOILET ARTICLES nd Lou-Isvlll- CRAIG HOCKFR side-show- SA D BUTTR UE THGREFORE a. csmE, STAN FORD, Ky.: GV m A Family lis; Carriage MR. W. G. POLK Keu-Urlc- Keu-or- al car-rla- MEEK Wearen -- Son, S J A' -l . sjujmMjmfmif JoutgvilUjcy. rmin ry a u v I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Kii Doty, of Garrard, la with his Nr.U Jewelry ntllnmllton'e. Tun public school, Al. O. Winfrey, brother, L. L. Doty. n n KMi'liiK drill nnd fcrtlllcrant Hear, principal, will open noxt Alonday. Ko Wilkinson In nt tho be'd.ldo ! loy A CnrtorV. ofhls brother, Frank, nt Ilurgln. Foil Hunt. Flvo room cottage In SrANroRi), Kv., Suit, i, :8gg Mu. and Mns. K. H. Bi:az!.by go to TilK weather bureau aaya that .Sep .Miller addition. Forrest AlcCIary. Mlllcrsburg today to visit her parcntt. tember will bo unusually cool, for Tin: dwelling of Air. Alnhan burned Mlts. II. It. Camnitz, of Hu.tonvlllo which relief, If It comet, much thanka nt AInywood yeitcrday, E. 0. Walton, DuBiNuui MAjuar.it. and llttlo 13, with moit of it 12 Itnth Culbcruon nro at Mr! O II. Cooper'. Itr.V. IK H. NoiX la forced to break contents. A dofectlvo lluo caused tho of Con SODA WATKH, Iro cold, pure nnd "aTaiiy Claiik, little dnughtor trouble. No Insurance. of Mr. up housekeeping nnd ladleposlngof hia tnuit refresaltiunl Penny's Drue Store, nnd Mr. C. V. Gentry, ha been "Ik there ia n alnglo bolter In IU)ck-catl- Siiiule.1 one hille from llirru.ti,Uri very Household good nt prlvuto sale. Sco Tin: bot materials combined with III but la better. ianTine, m II. ad. ho Is keeping mighty quiet," euro, skill una accuracy Insure jjood nio.iern frame nz nld F. L. Thompson to us yestorday ns results, ao omur methods nro over Tin: Franklin Fnvorlio .iy Miss '"I; Inrna erlM, mns iiou.e. anUfT. lemuii's Iioimm. .tr, . i Lost on tho Lincmtur pike, nn A- - ho was on his well., Iml.Io Htiiiif" .in. used lu our proscription work, enny' Alma Lackey I vltltlng MIm Annie "'".'. way to Danvillo to benr .,..r.V ,i. :-- " "'iV. ".' fine rock fence an.) he.lr, i.l. -i an.l Tun.li lor nioek niimieet.Ar. Then, Ia M- J trachan cloak with fur collar, Ilaturn ....., iitviriniai iirirl u In (ram. It It rrganlnf lj .. sou raiting lenee in gnml onler it oak in that place. uruirtuotu. Goebel nnd Ulackburn. oneof the !. ,l0ek rarnn In Onlnil to Air. Frank lloltzclaw and' get re l""r,?,7lh " ,b""' ,"rn m,LUm Ci.ku.and Hastland took the it," )'tJ.,?i1"', I W'1?"''1 sr4on Jan. If 0. Any one ilA.tr full pus- !?" "wnilng from PEBSOHAL AHD SOCIETY60SSIP. Now la tho tlmo to subscribe. J. W. r.Z?,L'.w. " tho Danvillo fair for tho lar- ward. k;u "'.""iT"i? '"""."'"r llarn.ll,BM.?n.n. ... ' -r wwsreii. "T 9' '. Kr. " i.. . . .. ..niainTT " Hayden has tho subscription notes Casi-ki- i Mils. II. C. IIaUuiiman It ut Drip- gest half dozen beet. Ait will apply for distiller's tho AIcKInney road and Is meeting of t"."r.V Z,"'&5 I Mynienli.. WJ.Tft !!!." "'."- IT'"' ) " " " "neiiie neKOIIaWe iruinni i Mil. and Mim. A. C. Sink and Ml tnlliuent with Thla ping Springs. llcenio county court day to make and good success getting them signed, havthe til. Mil. J. it. Al.POItl) wont to LlvltiK-iito- n Mlnnlo hnvo returned from a vlalt to icll binndy by tho quail. Ills house- ia -- . ing secured 81,500 In two days. 'T.niini. rur iiiriaer li! T relative at Dayton, O. near Krlger. I'A IfllU'l.! I Wednesday. ("Mi .i'?"1"", 'Mr" iuiiiiiio. Kr A,1mliil.lr.l,;, Kl .hi,V uuiirtri, 'IInt :.i.i .. """". ".jr. Dlt. M. U. Hkath It down from nl( ."".". d Samuhi: WaI.thii oml children liavo Adams .t Pinkkiiton, of Huston-vlll- c, A MON(ihi:l team of four whlua and to eo hi llttlo grnnd-aowho returned to Oklahoma. will bo In Stunford with a special e w-MiS3 Katie Lki: Ykahiiii returned It at Mr. Will Bovomiico'tund lias been tho rest black camo over from Cincin- cutter from tho Globe Tailoring Co., of nati yestorday nnd did up thu colored (julto sick. V Danvlllo thin wick. Cincinnati, Sept. 7, tuklng orders for e JUDOK J. w. AlOJtN and Mlssoa team hero "21 to 10. IlAititY Hixu'ktt, of Kansas City, I Fall nnd Winter clothing. Call on them Annie nnd Ratio Alcorn attended tho visiting relative hero. TllK cao of frather. who killed at tho St. Asaph Hotel funeral of Itobrrt Craft at Uudon Hurton In Garrard, wua continued For nlco new MltH. Hai.UK Johnson und'ehlldren and Wednesday. Tun Danvillo Fair is n pronounced liuvo moved to Somerset. ho wna denied ball. George Jenkins, Dry Goods and Xotions, the Xewcst Thin'.s in success. A very largo crowd nttended Mil. C. L Howkll has sold over :t.- - colored, Mill. Ci.HO illtowN, of Ml. Vernon, got otght year for bnrIary. e 000 copies of tho big INTKKIOH JOL'Il- yesterday and enjoyed a One exhibition-Toda. .'. . neckties, CoIIarSaCiiilH, Shirts and Uiuler-we- nr Ik with Mr. M. C. Williams. will ccllpso all records for In Tun Louisville I'osl U scattorcil W.M. IlAMitroN loll yesterday NALnnd thla morning raudo a demand Mils. of all Kinds, for Big, Littc, Old e hero nnd la having a baleful addition to tho show, Goobel and Black to visit In Lexington and Mt. Sterling. for 600 more, which wan granted. e and Young:. Latest Style Shoes Mibbiw Cahrik Fiiitii and Kate effect upon those who want to believe burn will bpeak and draw Uko a stickIIoukni:, of Huntington, W. Julian 9 . I'or Vn , U with hla brolhor nnd sister here. O'llannon, who havo been at Dr. W. tho lies that It dally dishes up. Sevent- ing plaster. Men. OlrN nn.l Iloj-sTI.p very Utott tiling In Clothing. IS J nrs tpcH,Ionci In takliiff measure nnd I can flt any old sliapo hnvo y- flvo frco eoplc ure bent here dally. Mils. Louisa Isuuim, of Uurranl, II. O IJannon'a somo montha, IN the North Jeliico mines, atGrays, I will ho gla U to furnMi jou any day In the yenr suitable goods nt bottom prices IHinl avorul days with liar son, J. V. matriculated ut tho Midway College Hop. Tho Crub Orchard Springs between "o and lOu men from Clay and Mil. it. L,. Mattinoly hat becured a l'arrlii. management has decided to havo an Knox uro working In tho plaeei of tho "Mils. Katu Diniiir.KAit und children, job a fireman on tho awltcb cnglno nt other public hop this, Friday, evening, strikers. Tho striking miners make Custollo und Sine, nro visiting nt Livingston, which la a No, 1 lob nnd which will bo tho last of tho scaton. threats against tho unorganised labor-erlikely to lead to u better. IJob la n good Morulaud. but knowing tho men who nro 66 Siutiiurd and other dancers are nod deserves hln good luck. boy H. O. PllNNINriTON, of Mlddlesboro, working In their steads don't dare car-. llttlo girls attended MIm somi:was mingling with old friends hero ry them into effect. Mary McllobcrU watermelon party Tills I Goebel and Ulackburn day at Wednesday. Wednesday evening nnd enjoyed to tho OLD hol'sk Madk Dunvlllo fair and thu way people MKH. J. II. MeAUSTUIt Id visiting fullojt extent that llttlo ladles' hospi- the J. AL Stono and It. G. Jones havo will go from hero and elsewhere will friends In Danville. Mm. W. T. Smith tality. A cako walk followed and thoio turprlsu oven tho It ulio there. management, which about completed Jumes Dalton's house who witnessed it oay it wua One. 4 It expecting to handle a very largo near Goshen, whlnh is n thing of bcuu-tMu. J. S. VanWinkli:, of Danville, m They built over the old building crowd. was the gucet of hi schoolmate, Dr. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. which Is I0S years old, but It ia hoped W.N Craig. HihlkLost. Cati. . C. IliLS'AKKlt Is running on KICK line of fresh cake nt Warren from church last Whllo returning home that tho gontlcmcn wont hang them Sunday, Air. John II. selves llko the carpenter who built tho the K. D. in plitca of Capl. G. W A Shiinkt'. Urlght lost a llexlblo back Sunday old house did. Delph, who It sick. TllK next session of Stfaford Fcmalo School bible, made by tho National Mil. S. K. (JKNTHV and wife, of Mer Hon. AL F. North will begin a ublithlng Co. Hcturn to him and re College begin Monday, Sept, 4tti. cer, were up to sco James 11. Gentry, speaking tour of the county commenc-ingceive his hearty thanks. who U still very sick. Kingsville.Sept. 14, nt night and Thu TwIce-n-WcIntkuioii JourMastkii Ciiaiilks Mkxcalf, of Jes Tm: little nal It only 81 a year eash. ILamembcr Hulldcrs) will mission band (the Coral then nt every town and schoul-houin Mr. samine, It with hl hnyo a Coral reception the county. No matter whom that. the reund Mr. T. J. Foster. YOUH account Is drawn oil and ready at the resldcnco of Alls Lena Vowell publicans nominate Air. North will bo Mil. and Mns. UoiiKUT Wilkinson, for you and you must ettlo nt onco. at Hustonvlllo tonight from 6 to 12 l. elected and then ho will work toreduco of New Decatur, Ala., nro with Mr. M. All nro cordially Invited and all your taxes, to pay you for working Ueuzloy Hros. the and Mm. Kd Wilkinson. frco Will offerings will be gladly roads, glyo your children cheap school M. J. MlLLKit has rented tho Mils. books and to keep you from being opJust placed on sale. I AltM of loO acre for sale privately. illggins house opposite tho College und 1'ossesslon given to suit purchaser. J Dlt. ALCOUN Bays In tho Danvillo Ad- pressed by trusts and corporations. We ate now offering the New Fall Lengths and Styles in will move to It shortly. C. McGlary, Kxr. vocate that If either Adam Carpantor Vote for him. Missus. M. v. Klicin and P.. f. Morltz have gonu to Curobcrlund Falls Tin: euraraer ia past, vacation la over or Uople Davo Vandeveer It elected Leo Bail. Tho other day whllo for a couple of weeks' stay. and all tho chool In town will "tako comtnfssioKcr of ngrlculturc, ho will Itufus Wllburn, of Garrard, was on tho sco to it that cyclones don't como this rock plla working out a lino SUIT. O. SlNOLirrON started this up" next Monday. for carrywuy, that Hoods and freshets are di- ing concealed weapons, he morning on his unouul tour of visitatook a no... . Acknowledged by corset wearers to lie the lending corsets of America. 1.1, T.. a in. repuuueans win nominate a verted to o'her points and that dust tion of tho county schools. tion to go homo. Come whi'c assortment is complete. We have them for long, short, lamb county court day for Hon. M. F. and drouths will not bo known during mediate ellect, he Carrying It Into imMn. "John Nkwkll, of Middloburg, stout and thin folks. Xo fancy prices hut your money's worth. gotup and got. Some North to slaughter. their incumbency. This ought to got of Jailer DeBord's boys und others und MUt l'erklus, of Yosctultc, were guest of Miss l.llllo Martin. gavo chao, but tho Garrarlto was too . I Stuiiiilk I'lows Vulcan nnd them a big vote. Miss Guoiiuia L t:vis has cone to Glbbs' lmerlul Stuol Ileum plows at Coming. Air. J. S. Hocker has word fleet of foot and getting luto a corn Otlcnhului, whore she will open her II. Iv. Weuren .V Son'. from Air. It. T. Qulsonberry, who went field soon gavo his pursuers the slip. school -- District No. 'Jl Monday. to New York to see resident Spencer, He had served 20 of thu 40 days assessItCUNANT bargains in dark colore, A. G. I'aUI.KNLU went to Itond & of tho Southern railroad, with refer- ed against him nnd when ho is brought back, as ho certainly will be, he will Itond's distillery at MoBrnjor yester- black dresa goods, waist, skill und ence to tho survey of a lino for his dress lengths, nt Severance A Son's. havo to do It all over again. Tho jailer day, to which ho hat been assigned. Ilurgln extension, that ho gave hlra ti tj Is onto hlra and it Is only a question of Mlt. IlultACi: DoumaN and Miss VirDo your clothes show 8 CiucitKN Fkkd. Flvo bushel of omphalic assurance that bo would see ginia Uowinan won thtrprcmluin In tho chicken feed to it ierouully thuta lino from Hurgln time whon ho will bo wearing a ball screenings for only $1 at this label? fancy turnout rlug at tho Dunvlllo fair. J. II. HaughmanA; Co', mill, Stan- to Danville nnd to Jelllco via Stanford und chain. Mil. U. II. Cooi'Elt is laklug n much-need- ford. was run before a finally decision a to Hanky. Ai I o'clock this morning rest and Mr. Cicero lleyuolds is Ik jou Imvn't paid your taxcj, do to tho most practical route will bo made. at his homo In Danville, Air. Wm. holding down the clerk's otllco In his Good. That's all wo usk. Our route is Gabriel Itanoy, lifter n long Illness of at onco. Wo must hnvo tho money and stead. bound to be chosen. stomach troubles, passed to his reward, Dit. and Mils. X. II. McKinnkv, will expect everybody to come and who have been at "Custlo Cobb" for pay county court day. S. M. Owens, Hr.LLO Somerset, Yesterday about aged 4'J. Ho was raised In this eounty somu time, returned to Mlllcrsburg ShorllT. 2','M o'clock our telephone rung and on nnd fur many ycurs mado Stanford his home, moving to Danvillo several years Wednesday. FlNBD. Jim Hubbard hud his trial answering Miss Ncttlo Wray, operator ago in order ui give his only son, Leu Missus Nklu Adams and Minnie at Crab of tho exchange hero, said that A., D. Orehurd Tueedny for using Itanoy, tho bust education possible at Woods, of lluslonvillo, wuro down to appears only on Cus- abusive language to a Miss Lane and Shotwoll, tho owner of tho Somerset Centre College. Ho e married Miss muel Mrs. Adulla Woods, who tm been was lined Sfi. Tho costs In tho caso line, wanted to speak to us. It was tho 9 torn Garments of the high Jones, a niece of C. AL Jones, und staying in Crub Orchard. wero 15 : and hu Is survlng It all out llrst tlmo converfatlons were held over Mlt. W. II. l'mrcs, who has been In est grade, which have been tho lino und wo enjoyed It for tho rea- sho nnd con are loft to mourn tho loss jn.l. holding down tho L. & N. olllco here in son that wo are now more elosoly con- of us good a husband und us Indulgont correctly tailored by com Agent J. S. ltlco't absence, hut returnHkaelby Hothl, Crab Orchard, la a nected with our Somerset friends. Wo a father a ever lived. Mr. Haney was petent' workmen. If you ed to hit adopted town Of Drodhoud. ery popular place. Ills nearly uIwujh also had a talk with IMltor W. 11. ii devoted member of tho AletboJIst KliiTOK T. L. MKUCAl.r', of tho Cor-bi- n crowded and thoso who havo tried it Hansford. The exchange in Somerset church and stood high In Its counsels. desire perfect garments,' Nuws, und Kdltor J nines Maret, of say that Proprietor V. A. Hcaxlcy sets is operated by .Miss Etta Aloss, whom His brother, Air. T. D. H.iney, of this send your orders to this thu Mt. Vernon Slguul, were hero tak- n tablo that is worth going miles to wo Infer by a remark of burs, Is a very place, has not yet been Informed of the hour of tho funeral, but It will llkoly ing In llii. sights of u bljj city it few enjoy. pretty girl. firm through the local agent . -occur tomorrow morning ut Danville. .i dajs since. SSS . "How did jou Und things politicalTllK follow servants' bill that Senator Miss Wii.lii: IIockiiu returned to Tr sAT Tiifl BAiiiioritviLLi: Fair, Ac. Tho Arkansas yesterday, alter sending ly!" was Hiked Hon. Hurvoy Helm.who Goebel tried to pass ut tho last lorm of crowd ut thu Harbourvlllu Fair ycster- had just returned from Wuyncshurg. tho Legislature putting railroad und thu summer ul Mr. W. li. Shanks'. day was estimated ut 3,000 and a larger Us a B,U8? Shu It a lovely woman und made host "There Isn't a bolter from Hulls Gup other employees on tho sumo footing Tho show of to tho ulnskl lino" wiw his emphatic with passengers In regard to suits for ono wus expoctcd of friends during her stay. damages, und his promlsu to use his stock was fully up to tho average und Mlt. JOHN f . CashILLY, one of tho and giatifytng reply. best efforts for Its passage should ho bo tho speed rings wero hotly contested. finest stenographers lu thu State, euino GOOD SiiAi'K. Air. G. W. Cnrtor, of n elected governor, uro making him many Thomas V. Napier, who Is an Kd up to reporl'llon. Trunk II. llurko's Turnersvllle, who has traveled In n tho second, got first and second friends among the railroad people, who speech for tho Dlsputcli, not knowing number of counties, Including Adair are heartily for tho bill. Hon. It. C. In tho running race, thus holding Crub the duto hud ljcun cuucolled. and Hussull, says ho found democracy Orchard's good reputation with bang' that Mus. Nli.l Adams McKinnuy ro lu good shape. Tho bolters will cut a Wurren spoke of tho justice of tho bill tails. Georgo Mitchell, of influx, won at Alt. Vernon Alonday and thoso railturned from Gruyt Wcdncsduy und Is very small figure lu tho counties ho has road men who heard him usked him to tho mule rueo after split heats und DaHaugbinan uguln. been In, hu thinks. with MissCathorlno go to Llviugston und mako an entire vid S. Wilcox, of Richmond, captured She will tench ulucullun in Mist Heed's STANFORD, KV, Sold His Faiijl Knglneor J. H. speech on tho subject, und they would tho 2:10 trot when everybody thought school at Danvillo thu coming cession. that T. J. Henson, of Knox, bad it won. William Shcltou, President. lolls of tho advent of Orndorll got tired of farming before ho guuruntce hu wuuld mako many votes. A TINY curd Prof. Chlesimin's London bund furnishI'rluwry, l'roiwratory, Academic anil Collcgiato Departments, Music, Art, Klocu Josephine Frlsblo, llrst born of Mr. und farmed at all und bold tho place, buck Liquor Law Violators. Tho ed excellent muslo and Its members tlon and and Physical Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 4th. Soud for catalogue to II. Cborry, of Howling Green. to Its original owner, Frco Silver John- - oieii und llngrunt violations of tho li- were among tho ixipular beaux there. Mrs. II. SlltS. NANNIK S 8AUFLKV, Lady Principal. Thu mother was niCrab Orclmnl girl, sou, uta small lost. Air. Johnson is quor laws In tho Wuynesburg section Tho Uyfng dutchtnati did u tho pretty Miss HchsIo I'uyue, and won ubont us glad to get tho farm back us has becomo so unbearable that thu peo- business, whllo tho watermelon man Air. Oi'iidoi-Iwas to get rid of It. ono or more elocutionary prizes here. ple dotennincd to stand if no longer, to disposed of 250 big melons at 5o a slice. S K. II. Fox vwis hora uguln yesterday SMALL-- P OX Dr. O'Hannon tells us eight wuriatit wero sworn out against Aluny pretty girls were in attendance, Four taking pictured for thu Illustrated that In tho lust six weeks ho hut treat- Sherman Browu and us many ugalnst Including .Miss Stellu AlcCIary, who Is which It expected ed 15 cases of tinall-o- x Fast lNTKitioit Jouunal, at llowlund, Rutherford Alorgun for selling whisky staying for tho present at Flat Lick, u uppeur next Friday. Hu will make ull having gotten well except Georgo to minors, sdllng without license nnd und who received much attention. John Trains tho pictures. Into 15 or 'JO cuts on tho Alooro, hit two children und John selling on Sunday. Klovcn warrants Bright aud Joscsph II rooks wero other TO ... process, in which work hu Coglo. halt tono These cases are in thu same wero also sworn out against Adams & Lincoln county people at tho fair. excels oven tho city engravers. house. Tho disease uppoars to be of u Trobrldgo for.slnillar offenses and two There i but little disaffection, iwllti- Mkssils. W. 12. FUAZlint und J. L. very mild form. against Ami Hester. Tho trials wore cally, In Kuox und her llttlo band of '9 Darnell, of Ilutscll Springs, have beeti mm sot for Wednesday before Squire Sin-- 1 bOO democrats will do thulr duty in Skull Hiioicen. Josso Sulleo broke gleton and County Attorney Holm siwiwui ut Mr. S. K- Cook's und looking ul vaMICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS l.tiluintvniii linjn't uliutiro. 7itviit iw vismii' tiMytn rious farms with a view to purchasing. Cornelius Cook's skull with u rock went thither to prosecute, but tho wit. cd much. Thu loss by Uro of Hon. John , 3 tr&'iu on .'iiiday. They were alto llguring on u big bar- about midnight lust night. Salleo nesses were conveniently absent and! Henry Wilson's residence and tho ud 4 halm tvery becue to bo given ut thai pluco in Oc- claims that Coolc throw a cup of water tho cases bud to bo continued to the dltlun of tho handsome homo of tho I'ullmau anl Wagner rlxrs on night lialuo. Vrtitulrj tober, to which Goebel, Ulackbu.ru and on him and made what hu thought was fith. There Is much indignation ninoni? Aicssrs. Owens are thu most marked IMrlur Cars ou day Iraias. ss other distinguished orator will bo In un olTort to draw a pistol. Dr. O'llau tho law abiding und they Intend to sco changes. There are three banks now, vited. They also hope to buvo Llryun uon wat called und hu tolls us that tho that tho witnesses are on hand noxt two more than there were four months 0 train! every wk-ii- y 4 tiibu vry vcck-Jjto CHICAGO wound Is a bad ono. Hoth are colored. tlmo. 0 Usilnai on Hdt y 4 tralia oa Suniay to INDIANAPOLIS! tpeuk. ' ago, and ull seem to bo nourishing. in H - Fine stocx Farm flt Auction 2 c, Wednesday, Sept. '99, at O'clock Sharp, The farm the late Nat. Lafon, u Acres. taining T,.:"SI11 i n- f ., nt !. i ,r.'"i?'!r.. " a.. Ulch-roun- n, .al.n,,P,,,eHnV;;,n ia..vv9a GO TO JAMBS FRYB 060 ' ... a, JAMBS PR YE, Hustonville. ymsRHEEBsmBsssasssmimEsmm mmm y. f f nt ek se grand-parent- -- A Big Corset Stock Glove .Fitting" and American Lady Corsets, & SEVERANGE SOVS. f i. ed Jo-sl- h mm IF d UHfia f Cor-rlgu- Stanford. Stanford Female College, lund-olllc- o rSSEISsI sxl&fttfeL CSt't.f'SmJ $mmh Toledo Detroit wcck-day- - 1 m y X Vcttltniltd trains, SUndant and Compartment 61ttl'ing Cars, Itilor Cart, and Cat Dining Cart. Tlffi INTERIOR JOURNAL GOOD MACCAIJEH TBNT. HU3BLE. BEHZLEY 'f HOTEL oar.-r.arv WWniran:tManiD:AUElsdiDf CJWI Bl- - a. s. prici: , Sorgcon Dentist, $1 PER YEAR CASH charged When not to paid B3.QO will b tr l l It iisM a a. is nut era KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Stanford at J OS A. . No. S Amlvc.at a 10 A. M. Stanford it No. 4 .lowland at 12. W W, at No.ll Arrive, Stanford at 2.M r. M. lane No. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ha. H Train golnf, North ... " " No.t " "' South ----... 0. jj . .ll ' ...U32pm 5S 2 41 .U 34 nu m in Forallirolnta. nonou TICKETS BOLD. IIAHOAOE CHECKED TnilOUOH. Tor any lnformtlon enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, btanlord, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Frankfort at 7 a.m. andS.lOr. v., at Franlfort at 9:1S LtVisA it o .ml with q. A "n. at Ueorseto.n 5 10 P. M. C. LeT . M. ml n " and7!l jSseimuunewton. a. o. r. a. utl hS QUEEN & CRESCENT. jetton Cltr follow.: Train, paw p m Ny. 3 North.. Ho. 1 South.....;! -" II Man? " " " 11 pm Z:..Wpm "10 9 No. 1 and J do not itop. ther than Junction and 10 run no .P 00m fur- - jx.jtfccwY I'lcaso allow ma thtx)unh our excellent Journal to ox- prei ray appreciation or tho poou pcop'iO of Uoylo county, In and near Tarda-vill- a It was my pood fo'tuno to a Tent of the Maccabees, In that town, on Thursday. 24th. Twenty- three of tho leading citizens of that unction mot to tnkc tho oullcatlon and seek tho splendid protection offered by that excellent order. Their promptness surpassed anything In tho history of tho order In th s State. Every ODptl cant was nrcsent and each paid his dor?rco feo and tho first assessment. Do ing composed of representative men, I nrrillnt fnr tho Tent it ulace among tho lending organizations of tho State. Tho following officers wero elected and In stalled: Sir Knight I'ast Cora., A. J Adams: Sir Knight Com., W. T. Co zatt: Sir Knleht Llout. Com . L. C. Kw Ing; Sir Knight K. K., C. S. I'nrks; Sir Knight Chaplain, Kov. Jas. H. King Sir Knluht Phvslcian. U. M. Pittraan Sir Knight Sergeant, Leo Treston; Sir Wm. ovIu8; Knight Mastor-nt-Arm-s, Sir Knight 1st M. of 0., A. B. Hura-blSir Knight 2d M. of G., J. V. Overstrccf, Sir Knight Sentinel, D. G. Kinc: Sir Knleht Picket, L. C. Jones. The hoartv weleomo and gcnulno hos pitality extended to mo during my short visit there, especially by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Purks, will bo kindly remembered during tho remalndor of my pilgrimage. District Deputy, Sir Knight It. H. West, a member of Junction City Tent, solicited tho membership com posing ParksvllleTent, doing tho work In 10 davs. If wo had a few more such zealous deputies, as Sir Knight West, Kentucky would soon bavo tho requi site number (5,000) to institute a Great Camp. Very Rcspt., Dr.AR I.VTEniOit: o: ia, . Hi Tf James Rogers and C. M. Adams ut.nt.ki. I TUB DANVILLE CVCI.K CO, DANVILLE, KV bought tho watermelon prlvllcgo nttho GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. No. IIS Third M. Danvlllo fair. Dock Bourne has subscribed for tho Splendid Acromnirxlktlona. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Clo.e to IK'Hit anil fulplmr Well. I.NTKRiOlt JOURNAL, with the under43 Itittoa Iten.oit.ible, fine Water. Tho Soomstross. standing that when It bolts, tho paper Vlaln nnd Fashionable Bcwlnit L'uttlujr and tho Courier-JournIs to stop. Ho claims that Water Wotk SI. Fitting n Specialty nnd Dispatch wrecked his Specj.il rupreentnllvo of faith, and continued tonnnoy hlra, by sending their papers to him their fuil CRUDE!!, HUOOELL 5 CO., W. S. BEAZLBY, D. D. S., Mcrclmnt Tnllore. It: Vt ?tli !trcet. time. LaiicaKtcr, Ky. Cincinnati, O , Gentry Bros, sold their feeding oattlo Will illiplitv Pitmplc lit tho St. Anli Hotel for mhldlo of Extracted Without Pflin I Tocth to Jako Robinson for lie lit Stanford on the 2Mb of Rnch Montli. work A fitted .in September. George Wood bought '22 All I'liyslclatt In attend- rnetluxl of With Vltulliril Air. nee. wltli wild hogs, ranging In weight from 160 Iiilitlt Is nil imtKrlldllt nun tht uau examine miev unlng uuine. Office In the New Thompson llullillng. "6 u SI to 200 pounds of A. J. Rice, for i.'lo, and Pauiplei Fall nnd Winter. Is to tako them us thoy aro In tho corn Qolds and thickets. George Is arrangNICE HOME FOR SALE. Lincoln County Farm For Sale. ing for some hog racing in a fow days. loff'tfirMleirlratelrnH very desirable boue On Thursday, Sep. 14. '99. F. P. Bishop bought 100 stock owes of and lot. ou the Damllle pike, l' lullee Swinobroad for$:i.M. H.J. Luce fw.... ih.m.nf.inl P.nri.l.irtiM. It I. well ilUMOT - I will offer for sale Ihe lanmipnn which I now te G. A. never fall- si le, also Stock, Crop, Ae contains IM N. e.t. hae all the necearr ouibulldlnas. t bought some late ewe lambs of D. nuii, Uipng. lTHe'l Htanford, Ky OfflcTe .!lU,brls' Uiilldlnf Drue Stcie In the Owsley ?2y y al J. MULCHHY. wllllnrto pay top price lu caim ,for iVK". 1'eatlirr. Duck, ties-Titrker. Oliisenc Vellow I'.fcot. Ilee Wax, Hide of nil kinds. Copper, lira... Iron ami Hone. Alto trill N, In the market fur wool, Seu mo nnd Ret mv price liefore xlllnc, and set spot cash. C'nll at mv lieadiirxrlert . I'errln A I'enco' Orilce, near I)eiit. And Chicken. Man-ford- ICy. It. lUHIIN'ON l'W-HW- TO STOOBZ M2S1T 1 sas.ssasawsasBsawaswa.BsasaHtt.siasasasBis I liave on hand Stock. Hors, Cows, Calves and other stock for sale. Call on or write to mc if M. P. Elicin, D. S. C. y, The above properly It known at the John Unit toiley man place and Is occupied now by The bousa contains S nanus. One well at kllchen., and all needoor, a good orchard, a new 11. eMaryoutliulldlngs A new Urn, lenclng In good Largest Fire luiuranco Company In Ihe .tasr I Im Irsrtnt -. t ha ftfiUrt liOUwa 111 reiiair ana tne tanu iu a hmhwi-- w tit World. VVUII VtlUIIII r....t J Hi IIS.HS." tbe .,. A, we hire mil with a great loss by 6r at uMit outrrj Suutonl w want In ll this pruiwrty and any on. who wants It would do well to write to JAMMMiKLCllMI. Have.vtlle,0 TILLS HOW SHE SAVKD HEB MOTHER II'a !.. hsr tir sale a business rontu. brvrk AI'OUTER'S LIFK. time of his death It slit ItiM feet In the t W coiner of th public Manager Southern Department. LITTLE V owneilhrM N PePauw at j nine irom souaraiii Mouticello. Ky , and occupied br lsaUut7iulle.troiur.Ianioruaii'i.--T nm the mother of eieht children and Lincoln Kerns And Dealer in iiiiiiiunsr th lknle .t barn, and turniiike and anilfee.1 This Isasasan enhange tor fiour, meal Oencral Officer. Columbia llulldlng. Ixiuls. stand as there Is lu goi- -l all uecssary cwntalnsa dwelling bouse, ' have had a great deal of experience with Isvllle K IM) M on Hello (..r buslnes. lor paitlrulars tud temii outbuilding, and is all Srst class land 2IAENZSS, SADDLERY, &0. medicines Last summer my'llttle daughAl tue same lime l Danville colored fair, Sept. 6, 7 and 8. land on White Oak In win wuiu awes o. .vu ddreu the alms lluvle Co,; KY. 6TANFORD, ter had the dysentery in its worst form Ask ticket agents for particulars. ! linns made known uaj-- 01 ,aie ON W lMIIMsS, Agent. GOOD We thoueht she would die 1 tneu everj Colored A. M. Fair, Lexington, Sept. nothing seem 12-1thing I coutd think of, but 0; one faro for the round trip from vAn. i trvt nf afiO acre, alt ! ed to do her any good. I saw by an l .... lu......ln. all stations In Kentucky via the Queen I would like to take option on good farm .n.M (.Ml.trilt. ll llV lllkP In our narcr that Chamber & Crescent route, for tho above event. For term nt.d tuirtlcu-laraiddr- et The Urt tract Is within a half mile of Win.o In Lincoln County Kcm- grass wun WM. I.ANIXJlLu'. caster, UO acre of which Is in lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ask agents for particulars. xGf t3 Krlger, Ky and 10. ucrv of freli land lo ro In haue, edy was highly recommended and sent On account of the G. A. R. National I will fvll to the highest bidder on the prt m- proved to be Encampment, the C. & O. will sell tick- Orchard pike I. 10J and got a bottle at once. It le the farm of the late A. C NewlanU, sit- Jn.i ncnei fothe Crab Cv?orl Association. III lo one of the very best medicines we ever eta to Philadelphia, Sept. 1- -1, good till uated nt Cedar Cnek St.itlim on the I.. A N". acrv. allo. acre cultivation. i wmn. "-- In tr.ict. ici AIo a Stanford A Crnli Orchard pike. on house. It saved my little Sept. 30, nt 814 30 Write G W. Bar- - it. It . rnlli--the from Stanford u ml three from the remalnrh r Ui po In wheat. prea OR TRADE. Days. had in the even Thursday, W uuld for every ncy, Li. 1'. A., L.cxiugton, lor further Crab Orchard All the land I welt watered. dauhgtor's life. I am anxious fer lo rent the land to one party year after - particulars. Splendid farm of ItOacrr in Southeast Kansas mother to know what an excellent raemThis FiraCcttaltJ 193 A:rc ef Lsni, your. S mile from the Mlsaouii lln Well Big Premiums for Roadster Kings, Suhleot to the widow' doir. well Improv cine it is. Had I known it at nret it giKsl farming country, thhkly trtllnt t 111 sell uneasy terms or trade for farm in Central Ken . would have saved mo a great deal of ed with new residence nf eight room, two A Jiig Premiums for Saddle Horses, . lucky, tan pay II on to J,imi diDrreni two uarna ana uu In a halls, porchc nnilcv-uarJ!ij Premiums in All Rings, trade. (7) Aildreu Hoi , Maumrd, Ky my little daughter mucn sut umtuirv outbulldlnr. audi u amoke- A Great Time is Krpected. anxiety and Ha 5J0 Mrs. Geo. h.liur houc. buggy house, etc. Two never falling One mile rUt of fering Yours trulr. minn li aiirlrf.. convenient to tcuuoi imu-- e, lu cultl- - acre. Ml In gnis. the remainder to RO In A. CARR, Pres.; C. S. HA YXES, Secy. dick, Liberty, II. I. For sale by Craig rt Alxiut 40 ncre well watered, and ha pood es and im.t-onV- .e. - . ... cultivation, '. 'PI... .1..111 uiuu iim.-.- . h.' t U Hocker, Druggtts. house ami barn. vatlun. oain: i" 1.1.... MB...... widow' will bi offered lu two trueta. the dower of 13 ncrea with Improvement. IIS An Atchison (Kas.) milliner is mak The bid or bids accepted Unimproved. Company, ing two bonueta from cornhusks, one ol Tb Ssulhrn wiik-ruallte the creater sum. The ior- - In Linmster a large house of eight room Queen Victoria and cliaserhathe right of eeliiR In the fall. HeliiC centrally located can le used with which Is to go to with full pO'e9lon of the Its ucri-- t juti. 1, ndtutttHKC a n ImnrdliiK-bous- e Ky. Of tho other to Helen Gould. A similar 1900 Any oue wtshliis Information mayapplj cash, Ixtlanro In tlv t Tkiims One-thir- d bonnet made by the same milliner two J Jl lillANU, Lancaster ivi Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. years ago is now In possession ol Mrs. mil t" inmiilK with it iir cent lutvretl wllh riliiluiMl mi the land for the Uutt McKinley, wife of tho president. v purchase money. I will el! ut same time and place aorce Wo Pay TChllo Yea Live. conststtne of bedroom luiui.u hold-rood- s, SlOO KEWAllD, $100. Old Line Companies P&7 When Veu Die. LIVEIIY, FEED AND SALE aot cotnli. table, ete. Sli lll bvRln at ....... will Id i.Ia.u.1 Inlu.rn a nL p ncl Fur further lntoruiaiion auuresM that there U at Ica.l olio dreaded dlieaie that lliat STABLE,; II. I'. NKWLANII. Uv.or. nd eoce has Iwen able to cur in all In iUci Over J150.O0O paid In living licneott. l Preni'lntrsrllle. Kv. the only Hall'. Catarrh Cure t)rer JW.iWO lleserva and Surplu. l Catarrhhow luown to tuo weiiicai iraiernny Capital Kiosk JWU.V"?." DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. tire cure L-a conittlutlonal JUIw, re.iuln a Agent, Catarrh II ISSIM WEAKEN Successor tTh Fat we Hank A Trust Coiapsuy HorsiMinnd Mule i ustaiitly on hand and titaufjrd, Ky A. SMITH 110 MAN.bocy, aud uudrr Huue wanaMiuent contlnu- the Wil 13 taken lgtirnally. actln? dlrUy for ule nt nil limes Lexington, Ky. seal J S.h cf land And ?.r.:n.lly the ijstem, anl. ittrinn iU outly lof an.lmurout aurfaeei of .ril...ll.ia,i therttiy de . i..i iquuusuuu ui luruwaw, fetroyin So the falling of the hair tells theitie.ntsUiiiglhbr liulldinff up Ibecoiutitu of the approach of age and The lu tlouand artUHiuiT. nature f.tllidainfclu work. tuiW a In llatnrllVH .....ok. declining power. ii On ucvount of rov exlrenu- - ajfe and III for any No matter how barren the tree tri. that thrtolk-- -- One Hnudrwl .v. Hollaw. Inatf mull lMRtltli. I vtlll or ,. fcj.n ia.e iuii ii iii iu vuib. km..l nvll.l nf -- .. may seem, nor how leafless it m Following are tho names of the members: T. E. Clelland, Wm. Row-soD. G. King, L. Jones, A. Johnson, J. L. Preston, C. P. Brown, Sam Cox, John Steward, M. Archer, J. II. King, L. Ewlng, C. S. Parks, II. C. Cozatt, T. Cozatt, Wm. Nevlus, A. J. Adams, Arch Frv. L. Overstreet. Sam Cosby, E. Abner, A. B. Humble and Wm. Moore. tnn.rMnil,ln.t wlththe must tieru lar strains of harness and sj.Mle horses making the eonitiliird nwdster Jersey cattle all registered and wMW-- c. itiiu, ,io headeil iiy theini're.i sire Folni Ml and dtiu Infiuu IWro Majuram mMI wer.lwoof Mr Owper'. wlnnloa wre-la- ke liEbCCU- REMAUKAIILE bent at the World t Fair Shorthorns are vouof Mary's topped with Wlldeye.. Irle., Ilarron and Mra. Michael Curtain. Flalnileld. Ul.viuate tho UaluVil, f..ulhdownsbeep,lWindClilnaaiMl Hurk-ahlr- e utateiuent thathecaiuht cold, which etlled n the hue Individually r""! nd bre.1 truruCom lungn; the ra treated lor a month by her fun her reonab;e bet herds of Kentucky ITIteewant He told her the lly physician, but crew worae what you of consumption and that no andteeor write lor was a FlIEI O.Stanford Ky. medicine could cure her. Her druigiil Wecuarantee everything as reprrwnte.1 by Mr. Dr. Kln;, New Discovery fur Conutulun, ibe 1UIJ W I' WALTON, Wllor and to ber delijht found hertrlf bought a tienenttei irum nrsi ute cue vuuuauci . ui, and after taking ait bottles found herself sound FARM. C0UKT7 and well: now doee Leruwn housework, and It as LISiMLH OP ot this well as she ever wss. Free trial bottle Great DincoTery at Fenny't Dm More. (Inly M cenla and SI, very lotlle guaranteed. n..l.l.,M. Methodist church at Carlisle. Cook and Wesley report their favor patients all very rauch Improved In this community, and no now cases havo showed up for some lime of a typhoid form.' James Coolev, of the Highland neighborhood, is boarding at present with Tilford Messer. Drs. aereeofdrst class bin trass land, well watered, you need any of He frjMii well fenced and deslraMy Iwatcd l Moreland, a stttlon on IheC S rallnvid, on pll H. CREEtl, court day Term, to suit purchaser. leading from .Mlllcdfc-evlll- e lo Stanford llesl Uutt Ky on Mid farm Is a lrg frame, containing eight nillllHT, Danville. i.lII'.t:NIU.Illl pered Ac , newly painted aud nuii, pantry, condition e and In ago. alio nrloik AM S.l. 111 gone to Mt. T;is-tn-thlrilMrs. Flnley Purdom has rasi bilaue Inon and Iwo -liwiesslnu sears with lnlere.1 Iroiu dale of aal Vernon to visit her son, Dave. J. S sredi- -l ISaeenskin oflaad lol Contnlna I0S acre nnd l In a aplrndlil given lee I.IM. time lor nisllnf Minor, of Louisville, was hero a few state of eultlratlou. On the lllnck dko, S)4 to tenia at usual If, II. UKIA.S. Mllle.l(evllle.Ky. ,1 u days last week looking after his farm- mile from Hustons lllonnd IS from Moro-Un- il. Il.ia on It ft dwelling of five room ing interests. Mr. II. J. Luce Is atHOTEL and uixxl tenant bolide, lnlde ncccirv tending tho annual conference of the oulbulldlug. Splendid orchard, good well -- Prowltt at 82 "0. D. N. Prewltt received of T. C. Rankin and L. G. Hub-bi- o their fat hogs at 3 00 sold soma tliuo -- n ou pii, ih..i-IIn water anil plenty oi iriui lielorti will sell al publl. auction In fmutortlie ui.h1..i.1 s..1, 11 lMH rannlw 1.... i the above, J. Stnnford. Ky. FARM FOR SALE. b'lIExJij, THE FIFTH AVE. LIFE Sc nudtwo.pr.nrr,. Trn..ra,. tliistonvllle, Ky. Louisville, Ky. The most centrally located aud only A.oonDEnsri' INSURANCE. Oniy the best companies represented. 12, Inquiries aolicited. It. II. MAIIUNY, Agl., Stanfonl. FOR SALE. FII5ST-CL-A.S- S Hotel In tho city making n .n., fr.im tbrt nrlnrliial shoiudnc district and two blocks from Ihe three prln-clN- tl m.. t.iru.1' $2. BATE. JOIIM II. CiaTLtsMN, AHTIIl'ltO. ImMJIIAM C.SSTI.1-1IA- llHri'MSHllHlC theatre. rtrei'v car pan ine mmr ... . j....- - ... tho City KrerjthlnR neat and clean. Thely X.c:atei Brlei Buiieset Is H:stl tm ci eallo, Eoatacxy, wia 57 Lasi well topr:Ted f:r Sale. ROYAL ittle m INSURANCE COMPANY Oi Liverpool. AsafentorihehelraofM. N. Del'auw, I will on lilt 3IONDAY, SEPT. '99. rntly UNDERTAKES,! Queen cVCrescent FHRMOF 130 HCRES Barbee & Castleman, LAND FOR RENT. OPTIONS FARMS Stanford Fair '! Sept. Public Sale of Land '99, On Snlurdny. Sept. .n.iii,. i WANTED. FARM FOR SALE lsli, 213 era, Good Stoclc Farm For Kent. fT3ffHJ dive I R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Md hrhd HOUSE FOKJIUF.NT. Lexington, Leaves Stanford, Ky. .ill waritii Lincoln County National Bank. B. G. FOX, uu of Winter ie Piis i)Cgltrj'ytfHftlgtimrriUHgto JV 111 I laU ... i.. Tliu Favorite Lino J C1IENEV&CO, wild by Druiwiiti, Toe IUUV 1 amlly 1'IIU are the belt y tm m lollo, (1. laOXJISVIXiLS that an nnulicant must prove that n quart house will benefit the nelghbor- Un- Tho county judge of Simpson rules CHICAGO. Trains Morning nnd Keening from hood whoro located before llcenocouiii bo granted by law and consequently none Is Uouad. you confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there is life at the roots. So you need not worry about the railing ot your nair, tne threatened departure of youth and beauty. And why? "3 Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of ' Wediiesd.iy.Sept. the 6tli, MY FA3U. Solicits Your Bank Account. isjnl . DIlll'A'lolfo f.. on the premltes. oiler lliL'Innlnt; at IB to tht) iilj(htl 11ml betl Idddvr Ilopliu kmIi Imrinsw MtaUauM will peve . IsiHseUl and mutual---'-;'r7:l- v jua .. ilustonvillo, Unclrtlcor, -- Kentucky C0KTAIili3 2CC ACSE3, J.J. the Hair Souttiern Railway . ion Station, 10th nntl Hroadway. VOLCANIC Ellin lO.Sh mh life ct lo. Are grjml.l.ut Sain I'rfUilon I'oKfioners desiring information and Iluu Kurl.ln'a Arnli-- Salve ir. tbeiu alw Old, Ciirnn, rates to isconsln. Minnesota, .Nebraska umieand FeurSorw. L'liert, llulla, lelom, and points in tlio fur West, Including Ual-- l Wartc Cuti. HruUei, lluriu, Nihil, ChiiMlllauik, ChUblalnn. llet llle cure uii earth I'rltorn la, should address .t Arhn. OulvJ.1ct a bux. Cure .mt KUr4Uted. roldby 1'enuy XruKl. Frank J. Heed, Gen. I'll.. Agt , 12. It. Bacon, Dig. l'aus. Agt. The deaths from binull pox have been decreased slneo vaccination cumo Into & Ocn. Mgr. W. II. McDoel, Vleo-rreCharles H. ltockwell Traffic Mpr. use In England from 1,000 per million of iwpulatlon to IQO per million. In Swcedeuthoducreuso has been from 2,015 to 153 per million of population. -I's'ii-an- I 1m A wo! fit Wl3 und uereMiar) outbuUilliiK- - nil In exrellwil wit'ii ,iw,ei-.uu- i, III IL retviir iiieie iiru .1.1,1 ... Id w ..v vprinj; uu .1... ..I...... .... .li.l lllllll - llll i'iv hiKh or splendid land, alttiattxl on the lluton-vli- li A llradfordnllle pike ubouttiso mile The farm I well Wistuf lluttoulll ImprovemtnUcon- ttitd und ..Improved, tliu.Ii.aIII.i ... . !... Ul H !...... K.lAb IMIfcV Ullt" ........ht p,"" lt.l.1 "ISllllf statu ot cultivation. 1 J. WU11.MS, S. Owrfey, br.,"S: WUttaui i!o.b. A. W. W. ILOumuMw (lltirs blsservlu to th s.pl olWe.1 Mucoid and Caaey eouutlea. 1 ullsbsck ui lomn.aud Uaak. tlaalwaytuu baud 1), a. periUT . Manager. A 0snn!, J. iTlaynu, a. yiiJitt - II. J? P. Catb. -- 1 Mason Hotel MIW. U. D.SIMI'iSON, I'for,, und plaeii I will ulso hell Ml ucrtw ol at the Mime tliu ami pltice. ut win uimi sou perMiiinuy, ol llorkw. Ciittlo and I'urnilnR At the ... Dl'llClilf. II. no. K Uwsly. LnucuHtcr, t liret-cla- Kentucky. itufiie time S. rou-tlstl- ShankiFroldeHtJ J, II. (Is.l.y. Cashier, W.M.HrUbi.Asst (ahler, Newly ftiruUlioili clean beds, 8pleudd KvetylUlug table. I'oitera M) meet all trains, Timbered Land Tvris made known on d.iy or ule. l!. 8. TL'UICRIt, Ilustonvlllc, Ky. T lb EiikIUIi, Auct'r. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANIOUD, KV. Just Like a Mill. Ship-situi- r, PUBLIC SALE OF $1(1 THE i SOOTH'S GRESTEST PF.NETKATF.S SYSTEM. EIGHT GREAT STATES VantucltT. Tennessee, Virginia, Ocorgta North und HoutU Carolina, Alabama, Mls.WslppI. The soothing and healing properties of Between Louisville anil tie South. Cbauiberlalu's Cough ltouicdy, its. pioas-ataste and prompt and' periuunent cures, have made It a grcut favorito with tho people everywhere. For sale by Craig Kadi way between LouUrllle and Lexington & Hocker, Druggists. Through Sleeping Cars NEW YOUK CITV AND HE. TURN The Chesapeake & Ohio will sell round trip tickets Lexington to New York City and return, at the low rate of $1(1.30, sale Sept. 1, '1, I) und 4, good to return up to Sept. 30th. Stop over allowed ut Washington. For further Information cull at Phoenix Hotel and doKt ticket offices. Geo. W. Harney, D. P. A. 110 VIGOR will arouse It Into healthy activity. The hair cejscs to come out: it begins to grow: and the glory of your youtn is restorea io you. Ve have a book on the Hair and its Diseases. It is free. 4 Tho Boat Advice Free. If you Uj not obtain all lh benefit, you expected from the ue of the Icor, writ Ibe doctor about it. 1'robably tbero it tome difficulty with your genmay be ea ly bicU eral systeni DU. Farm And Personalty. If not told prlxuly) On Tuesday, Soptembor 12, '99, .. . . tO Will Mil pUlilKly (ariii i...nl. .1..... ..n ll.M.Hil.u tll0 U )K Imt ftUtl Ut liddvt It t 111. in liar II Bai You take your Wheat ami Com to Morrl Fred' llxchauga In Wm. Ihtugbcrty' hop Stsek $103,000. Sarphi, J17.CS3 SI lu btuuford and gut In nachungu Flour und Ctvlti.1 Mini, You cuu ulso buy Flour, Meal, Tblt liutltution originally eatablltbed at Ibe Dellruu. Chicken Feed, Ac , cheaper lit my plucu than any wheru In town A trial posit llank of Htanford lu lM, then reorgaulxed ai I all I ask. 1 bulleve my uxcliungo will Ihi u giMMl llilng for fanner und I pledgo IHht-tb. National Hank ofStiulord In ISM andavalu transaction und full weight Mv zoods reorgu lied a. th Flr.t N.llonal liank ol bltnrurj eoiuu from Duddurar'a Dlx Itlu-Holier t. MOItUIb1 I ltFl). Mill mid uro In 1D32, ha. bad practically an uninterrupted Telephouu No. CS. 11 years. It la better .uppllcd now wlti ul r llr.t-clu..list-eucef- W J. V. ATtlt. Lowell, Mate. THREE DAILY TRAINS W. A. TUUK, O. P. A.. FRITH HOTEL. F. FnANCISCO, PrcprUtor., m AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. 1W Hotel In ihe uountalui, rate meet all tralut. tpetlal atteatloa to Washington, 1). O. W.ll.TAYLOE, A. 0. P, A. LoulirUlf, K A Manila Judge Uncd a man (2 for killing a Chinaman. liar. tllug uiu. tacllitUs for trautactlng buslnesa promptly and lib erally than ever before lu. It. loug tnj honorable 2 IV!,, the former how of LU Hopkins, lieuev S. others, aud b. Maltlall 'ill',, tjululntiluatisli'-'s-'s miles suuth-ea- carter. Atcount. of Individual., fiduclarle.,llruu two r trui iouttius VMaires. of Danville, mar the Danville aud Maufurd atd luJIvlJuals solicited. n is uuiuuer turnpike, la gooa ueignouiuuiiu. , on slock faim, havlutf au abuudaiu ef water-MHtCTOll. navrr falling springs aud gout cittern. Hesldeuc 3 I'sittory brick, uiuuiui,klubu, pantry, cellar. J, W. Haden, Stanfor lUld, Lincoln Co.; alto Uo'good ttoik and tobacco barns, lc F. iioribee. house, leuanl house, U, orchard on th farm, and 3.T. llarrli, " ' 8. II. Haubuian, It well tltualed. 1 Ibe resideuc goodfcuciu. will alto tell T.P. Hill, J.S. Hockar, Stcek, Crop, Howehold And KitcJun Fu W. A. TrlbbU, W.F. WalUn " nlture, ContltllngofSorlOborMWiI ttalllon Qululn b. J. li;Colller,Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, MI.Yeruoo tegltlerol t llt, i geldings, uaree aud allies, luileiueule and too M D.Eluor, atanford. cattle and farm graded shorl-boroumeiou. bimeutluu. laud will b offered In two ruls and tbeu This orrictai. at a whole aud th bid anepted that will yield the Terms llls.ra sud uy, and luaJ 1 S. Uocktr, 1'iwlJeatj J, J, Mcltolert. Caibbr. most mouey day of sal. known on A. A, McKloutr AfUtint Uhler. uii it T V. tugiisu nicauii, Rnnnlo Brook Stock Farm. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., lu Receiving hie Spring & Summer Goods, Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. ,.y tvtii.. . Wk. j Vtwu-.AJ.-. 9eWMi0m'JeiMi0IMk0WBiKSmSWBwUKK