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Harden, of Chlcnco, Kalicm blow up u tolltrato In Shflby, A mob rotten wp.l tbo Mormon cl. William Williams, uged ", died In If if Friday night (or tbo third time. .Minor. " r' "n'r der out of Sweotwatrr, To no. Madison. Tlio packing plant of Jacob Doll, at l.ubor Day make but llttlo difference Thero aro SH older (Jolujj missionary Kllpatrlck Uurton wus of today, .Vnmlav. us ICiinn City, burned ciimlnp a lo mot of tlio pcoplo aervloe In Kentucky Jfor the Mormon from ambush In Adair. hnlf a million. uro renin? as usual. , church. The Danville colored fnlr, which m fatally iliot In n Wlllliun OtITurd Tho roildoneo of Janice Coovort.ncar Uov. G. W. Kemper, editor of tho promises to be a good one, commences watermelon patch In Nicholas HryanurlHo, ww dertroycil by flro last Messenger, Lexington, preached for tomorrow. Saturday. Iniurnnco II.OOO. ufduunutiwKuu, Itv. P. W. Allen Sundav. Win. Whltoneek shot nnd killed his Six hundred lives have been lost bv Tho L. A: N. will mil ticket to CinW. If. Pendleton, brother-in-laJames Wlckersham, the Hooding of a copper initio at Itcnhl, cinnati noxt Sunday, loth, nt 81.25 for Alexander p. Campbell wno succeeded In Mercer. us president of Island of Shtkolcu. tho round-triTrain leave here at Hrtthuny College, is deuU ut Lexington, Saturday was the hottest dny of tho James Itoircrs, tho Ohio plant, took 2:52 A, m. and returns ut 12:2! A. M. Ily ugeJ 32, year nt Chlcago-- 03 and thero were itiorpblno torulluvo pain and his seven mistake It wns advertised to Uev. William Liw-enc- e, run last of Somer- nine prostrations. feet laid down and died. Sunday. set, has closed u meeting at Union Carlo Daker, making tio fifth of tho Is no Three men woro run down by a train An ueii.ueceful attempt was made church, wiiloh resulted In 12 additions. Hakers Jailed for tin offense, wnt held ,11 ml Instantly killed at u railroad crosslast week by a representative of tbo L. Paragon. of at London for Illegal whisky selling. ing at Cedar Grove, Wis. N. railway to settla with William Toe Cumberland Hjpttst Association iwuuiesboro will havo a fair ard lUge Moreno and Leo Dixon, for Uurton for tho loss of a horse nnd bug Is negotiating to buy trio old Shawnee midway Oct. 5 three dnys. A. M. kltllnir Hlfio Napier In Leslie county, gy ami with Nut Hoyle for damages Hotel, nt Shawnee, Tenn , to Is secretary acd Is pushing tho start a were huld In ,'J00 bond, each. liiuin'u uy n irain near stantoni a Hnptlal College. enterprise to a success. I'loyd Klnmiin was shot and killed ut short tlino iigo. Presiding Lldcr Heevos, who Is Tho Mlddlesboro street railway Is Torre Hauto, Ind , while charlvarini; 15 K. Hughus, of Louisville, was with charged with an offense against a wom- having its four or live miles of railway John W. Cnnaday, an old friend. his mother on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. an, will probably bring suit for dam-ug- torn up. Tho road wasn't needed In Mayor Woodwurd, of Atlaotu. nk H. L. Klkln nnd son, Daniel, have pone ngalnci his uccui-ers- . boom times, much less now. to Invito dim to drink, to Lookout Mountain. 1 understand his frlunds not The Orphans' Home Committee of Gen. Gordon has appointed J. M. as ha can not resist such temptations. thm Mr. Dan Traylor, who enlisted for tbo Methodist conference, in session at Poyntz, of IUchmond, commander of Henry Galloway, of Hoono ?ounty, the Philippines, returned from Colum- Carlisle, retried that M.700 of tho tho Kentucky division of tbo Confeddidn't know his nun was loaded uud bus, having fullid to p.u the examina- $10,000 needed to creel u new building erate nBest veterans, vice Gen. Doyd resign- dangerously shot his yuunger brother. tion. In Louisville bad been raised. m Tho Southern Uallwuv Company will Tho Humes and other stockholders of A quiet attempt Is belnc mado to Tho controversy Is tffo 10 per cent, cut In tbo wag-e- s Induct) Mnyor restore Itobort Klnnalrd to an- said to have ended by Hev. W. S. Grin-stea- d the Richmond electric light plunt havo of lis employes, to tnko effect iiIhmii nounce for the asking that he be removed from asked for u receiver and make sensu democratic nomination Sept. 10. tionul charges of crookedness against for reprosuntatlvo. He Is as true to his Mlllorsbuiy. C. C. Fisher, of the Hy tho explosion of a bolUr In the thirty und bis honest fiesiuent Hauss and Manager Adair, College, cume near bIng convictions In L. & Co., Republic Iron Works'nt I'lttsbure flvo anything, .s the needle Is to tho pole, 136, bundled for his stand In the mat-te- r. who have skipped. A fellow named Hewitt, claiming pcoplo wero killed und tuvtin ittrloufly and any man, who kuous the nlluatton, to lojurcd. li - r will fay that be will tnako a formidable Kuvs. J. M. Cook, whose health hm II.... iii vui)' rauiu, preacueu for an Forty-liv- e saloon kcors at I'adaeah onodldntu. hour on the street at London, saying made him it supernumerary, und John ill woro fined ilO and eonts for violation $ Our cltlsaus ure nnxlous to onto'' Stinnett, pastor of the Kockcastla cir among other things that he was aies-song- cr V giving tb Jullr David lion In tho pugilistic of tho Sabbath, tho lino from God sent to save tho peorlnir cuit, with Highland us his principal n city 00. nnd ehnllont'e thu world. Geo. Jenklnr, charge, were here yesterduy on route to ple of Clay. It wus finally found out Flro children, four girls and obo boy, colored, who Is sanuuoed to the the Northern Methodist Conference that ho wus drunk und the marshal children ol farmers living In liasto. for olght .lanrs, und who wus n which meets to dav at Newnort. Tim who urrested him, relieved him of a ware drowned at Hlaek Ilook, Conn, bad mun.on thooutsldu, undertook to latter tolls us that ho has seven church- pair of 15 calibre pistols and a quart of whllo bntblugt whip soma of tbo prlonrs In jill.when es und that during tho year he preach- - moonshine. : JumosHoboris was killed on Dig Cooper' olrous was wrecKefl on a Dnvld cavo him n combined loft, In the ed 157 sermons, received 72 persons Inrullroiid In Tounoe and 12 prou stomach, and right, under tho car, to tho Methodise ohureh, had 48 con- Creek, near tbo Clay county line, from f!) Stanford h'ns hot had fn years such an assortment of Trunks as ntiibusb whllo sitting on a porch at his Injured. Tbo nnlmals wens scattrd luinlloir him In ono round. Peace now versions und 25 sanctlllcatlous. we now homo. His daughter ran tome distance In all directions. prevail. have. down the creek for, D. W. Roberts, Henry Hardin, of Itushvlllu, lod., MATOQfflFMmERS. The uxuetslvely hot wcathor has ..... James father, who started to tbo scene broke bis una whllo hugging bis wife, oaused corn to pop In tho car-deKuclld Dodd and Miss Hva Potter, n of tho killing, and was who hud loft film but who had ohanjred also llred on, This Is true and Is told for tho populur Hon ling Groou couplo, were but was not hit. Warrants her mind and returned. hnvo been truth, and woo unto him who dUputc Issued for John und Duck Mareum nnd Auguiit Jornburg, ft Chicago real po- the etateiimnt. Hon. U. II. Tomllnson married lust week. Hardy Tuylor, uged 21, and Miss three other suspects. Roberts, tato dealer, breaks tho record. Ho broHtgbt mo two oars of op corn from is rela-te- d to the PhllpoU and the shooting Is has boeoino a bankrupt, with llfibllie his garden, on which the grains nro KlUubeth Watts, 15, secured marriage license at Danville. said to bo a continuation of tho Clay of 11,138,13? und no asset. bnrstvd and look 'us wtiliu us wool on William Ulnkle, aged 25 aud Mrs. county feud. Seven babies wore born In one home the sbeep'a bnok. I can show tbo corn Rev. Georgo P. Clark, who died reat Kngllnh, Ind., within three days. or prove thla stntomenl by nlllJavIl Dora Hall, 05, woro Joined heart and hand at Hockport, III. cently at West Acton, Mass.,bequeuth-e- d Tho mother gavo birth to a son and from u nu.nboros reputable cltl.eus. George W. Saoivden, of Clark county, u sum of money to Beiea College, her three daughters to twins each. Vurlotis estimates are mado here re- and MUs Luuru H. A c Elegant id slies 23 to .'IS inches, prices 51.50 Daugheriy will be for the purpose of establishing a now to 815 After the Dewey reception at Now garding Ilrown's vote. 1 beg leave ! to married at W. J. Daugbcrty't, chair, stipulating that tho profes York, Hear Admiral Sampson will bo state that lie will not got 20 votos in tho sor who i selected for tbo chair shall rellovod ut bis own request of the com- county. A fuw more may go u,tray, Tho marriage of Miss Dolly II. WIN bcu total abstulner from mand of tho North Atlantic squadron. but they will tobacco und uite for Taylor, as their mine votes will count more when cast for Hams to U. H. Hurnctt, of Uoston, will intoxicants and his duties shall bo to Tho l'lttsburg railroad Ac. Terms OASIL occur Oct. 12 at tbo home of Dr. and lecture on tho evils of tbelr use In combination bus been formed. It will hlin, anil bis election was sought when Mrs. Lee F. Huffman In Lexington. case the College refuses the bequest, be known us the Pittsburg Coal Corn tbo loiters' ticket wat put In the Held. ueuunxson, jiving near It will go to tho town of Mendon.Mass.t par.y uud will bavu iftl.OOO.OOO capital. I hud u vision ami saw 0,377, ns Hrown's Lawronceburg, Ind., became suddenly and be expended In praying for lectures LoWpilch mid Lllllo Given, vote In Kentucky. Tho total vote will Klla Ill Insane ind dug up the rcmulus of his und thcr objects there bjth colored, (ought a duel with knives bo sufficiently lurge to elect Goubcl by wife burled six months ago. .TOACC.'.C A passer at Knoxville, In which tho former was 20.000. by found him holding the dtcuylng HUSTONVILLE. False statements are bolng circulated form In fond killed und the luttcr seriously woundembrace. Gravel Is being put on the road be- here to thu effect that Goabel is against ed. Otto Heberllng, a Danville florist tween our city and Moreland. Tho treasury slutemout jut Issued, railroads. This should be corrected, and Miss LIdu DePauw, Small-po- x the youngest Is still prevalent In Casey, shows tho umouul of fold on hand to be as he Is for thu roads, but only favors a daughter of Mrs. Alice DePauw, will but tho physicians seem to have It unJJT,s0,C01, tho largest umouul on law placing certain restrictions on be married at her homo In tho country der control. band ut any time in tho history ol the thum In order thm the people may be at 3.30 i m. KlJer C. K. Powell, of Central Christian College opened protected agulnst excessive rates. Why Lancuator, will department. This Is now the most Gallery in Central Kentucky, officiate. They will Monday with 40 or more pupils; moro Yellow fovor bos broken out In Now not regulate freight ratos as well us of make op.&. S'e?,ii" r0i1;rzavsasttifimat Lc"scs tUo "-"- & their homo in Lancaster, whore are expected later on. Orleans. One deulh uud one suspicious Interest? Certainly tho banks and men the groom will u green house. oion W. C. Greening is laying the founda. euso wero reported. Mobile, Mont- who have money to loan should huu ns lion for his now brick residence on the gomery und tbo State of Texas havo many rights, under the law, us a d The Stunford JovitNAi. Is preparing lot next to tho Christian church. company. quarantined ugulniit New Orleuns. Just received a large stock of'tho very to Issue u big ndo cdltlou. For tho This end of tho county was well repA peculiar feature of the old slave law bcnelltof those Stunford Alex. Fenwlck, who was shot by J. merchants resented at tho DjiiviIIo fair Prldavi K. lllrdsoll a few duys ago at Hender- Is revealed by an act, approved Feb. 21, who mil)' be staying off tho band wag- and everyono pronounced It u success. 1M!, by which dordun Mlddlclon, of on, we will tuy that Lancaster hud n son, died Sunday. Ho made an Tho reception of the Coral Hullders. statement, declaring that Bird-su- Lincoln county, Is permitted to bring fuw merchants who fulled to get In the held i aut-rumrivr to be seen to bo appreciated nt Miss Lena Vowell's Friday .i.i.. t... i. i.. &om in mi iociuny Dcioro-hn- vo ; ouu- i i Into this State six slaves from South llocord's spcclul edition Inst Christinas provocation. shot him without to the .most elaborate u.o,u..,ml.K,,uuiiueBimpiesiniioiograpu . .....,. Carolina, without Incurring tho penulty and they havo b.cn kicking themselves ulgbt, was u prooojnend success uud A m (i ni.' llin hit U tint iif Krunnli iVu...iv.r : lllnill,lin..a Next year's estimate for tho navy largely attended. dellcue plciures. Embroidered Mats, F.ench Water Colors, nni all , ctures that show considerable Increase The larg- oftheluwof 1KB: Provided he makes ever since. Lery business Quito n number a dsinty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and tet our rlr went to Danville I 1S.WX),000 for "Increase of affidavit that said slaves uro for his own mun takes mlvuntagu of these spcclu est Hum will (avo ou money. use und not for merchandise. Wo will editions us they realize tho great bone-t- o Friday to hear Goebel and Blackburn 21 Third Street Opposite Post Odlce, Danville, Ky. the navy." which Is $1,000,000 more speak Ask D. II. Skinner who will be be derived therefrom. Lancaster than any previous estimate under this now permit uny one to use all he can governor. tho noxt llnd, as urtlek' of merchandise, providllecord. head. Miss Jessie Trimble, of thej Chicago Four cases of yellow foyer havo ap- ed be will bhlp them to Liberia. Recorn staff, Is the guest of tho MUes HLl.NlUat peared ut Key West. Tbo removal of Circuit ooutt adjourned Saturday, WllluflniAfRKillirtl. Hiiro, Sv.M, (Tutor Alcorn. nuwtilmirlbl Mr. lluiklvu's the gurrlnon uf troops has been ordered after Jusllco hud been dlspcuted In all Uniiw. will kill Ilia Am la .Salts, Itie Ulln llif daughter, who J. II. Orera und Httlo orl.l, Uln tii.l .ronillr litwl li. havo been tho guests of by Gen. Miles. Tbo governor ' Ala- tho eases that wero ready for trial. Cum Ohl Nirra, lnsr sort's, t'lirra. Hoili IVlubi. ill skin tarih. Miss Mary Lusk, havo returned to their bama bus iiuaruntlnod ugaliist tho Flvo colored men wero sentenced to tho Ctinii. M cti. l.ruitlom. f.i lllaiurauiitwM t.y homo iiul)lut Luro in Ualtimore. Mrs. H J. Pink-erto- n penlteutlury for terms, from ono to lluuy, I'liitafl'l plaeo. bus been qulto HI. s A mob of over 100 men broke up u olght yours, their uumes having been This Is Now Year's according to tho Miss Mello Hopper returned from meeting in Stewart county, previously given. Considerable civil Mormon Jewish culendurSOo'J. Gleudale, Ohio, Monduy, where she Tenn. Mix May Hurdln, u young business wus disposed of. Prather, for It Is said that the leuves of walnut took u short courso at College. J. C. woman, was killed by u bullet intended killing Uurton, was not ready for trial HopiHir, her father, came homo with trees will drive away mice. for u Mormon older. Hasten Wlustou, und he was committed, without ball, guns, designed for her to spend a few days. Miss Lstbcr killing until the November term. AH thu olll- - The now u young farmer, confessed to " Elng oa t the oia Ring In t ha new Ourch, ol Stanford, teuoblng the pub. Miss Hurdln and, overcome by remorse, cots, from deputy sheriff to Judge future use In the U. S. navy, can throw Ho Riag out tha lilie Ring In thu true " school at Hiiro's. u ball 15 miles. committed suicide. Saulloy, performed their duties faithWe brinr; to you tho new and true from tht Mr. T. L. Collins Is dead and four of Thu following young gontloraon went The 33d annual encampment of thu fully. plney forests of Norway on tho excursion to Cincinnati Sunday. (J. A. It. opens today In Philadelphia, Tho statement that old things huvo her children nro dangerously 111 ut u. JiocKor, Jones Haughman, O. S. Is bedecked uud arrayed In pu- - passed awuy and all thing havo become lUrmliigham from eating Ico cream, J. which Williams, J. Sid Adams, Hawkiu trlotio stylo. Thero tire 1,I00 touts In uew I verlllcd by the usu of calumny, which hud stood over ulgbt In a tin HIshop, II. It. Carpenter and Howard Camp Sexton and tbo parado will bo In reproach, crsonul ubuso and buck-bltl- freezer. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Joel Martin, u Coffeyvlllo, Kansas, Camnltz. The chief attraction was tho Admiral Sampson und bis In the present Kllticiil earn 12 sections. brute, kicked hi sister to death to pre- ball game betweon tho Reds und Clove-lund- s. lighting Heet huvo urrived In tho hnr palgn. Until recently uo man wus regarded us guiltless und, therefore, no vent her marrying ugutnst hi wishes. bor, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Tho total disbursement to pension -- stones were thrown. Now ungel wing When her sweetheart, heard the news ATTKNTIONNKWSPAI'KU M EN. Curo for couchs.colJs and all Inflamed turf aces cr sluce lftlU wero $2,339,010,0? I. Pur- aro sprouting and tbo tonguu of the ho collapsed aud died. Doing a resldeui of Ohio, I am deslr-lo- u of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. ine the samo period $15,100,1130 wont to slanderer Is loose at both uud. JCcn The great succcrs of Chamberlain's of disjwslng of tho Corbin Now Tho sore, weary cough-worLungs era exhilaexamining surgeon, 812,002,17a to pen- tucklans uro always for tho oppressed Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy in rated ; the microbe-bearinmucus Is cut out i plunt, ut Corbin, Ky., and will do so at sion agencies and $32,237,224 for ealu und persecuted, and u reactionary wave the treatment of bowel complaints has of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed u great saerltlce for cash. Any ono uude it standard over the greater part ties uud other oxponeJof the pension will pass over tho State, giving Goobol the civilized world. Korsule by Craig of contemplating membranes aro healed and soothed so that there the purchase of a plant A u larger voto on account of thu ubuso Is no Inclination to cough. bureau. Tho number of pensioner Hocker, Druggists. and location would do well to call and In foreign countries Is 4,300, to which Is being hurled at him by many SOLO BY ALL QOOO DRUQQIST8 seo me ut onco. J, N. Smith, tho lumber whom U paid $033,309. Tho pension who ttVo not hi equal tu public or Bottloa Only. 25o., COo. and $1.C0 SIbm Mas. M. M. Ovek&trket, 753,451 survlvlngsol-dler- s life. broker of this place, bought of Ab. roll Is mado up of DE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 VCANS OLD, Corbin. Ky. dmvtck-und 237,415 widows or dependent Hamilton, of Kdmonton, 325,000 feet of u rtunur soal iu in. IwU 1l-- I V:, Boil's IWar-KoM- y iruiwr,lr.u( and 053 army nurses. To them Mr. Mary Harrison, of Newport poplur and uth lumber for .'1.350 on his Tho democrats of Ohio, relatives la trips' Illfiulcln.1 col A3. Iiu:r wUuroujtinJ Oln.... II. A. llsbuJi. 111 will not conduct u brat baud wsk Iudx mUVUt.-l- ln. 4v wwjwuu whimwiuuh, last yeur was paid 9131,017,001, being Now, Va., hung herself because her J mill vntvl tiiifnnit 1V1 mnnlAn unH'UT huibuud scolded her. No Wit. $019,400 moro than ever bofore. OFTHEVICIHAGE. " our goods give stisfation, tell others; not, tell us. 'nr . GOIiB DOItMHS p. t better value than the offer we are now making At 50 Cents. Kin-ualr- d ANY SUIT IN OUR STORE FOR Nothing Whatever Reserved. Central Kentucky. es $7.50. 'Phone Shoes, &c, Plp,s' ,ire Furnishing Goods, .Hats, Hert-Gilnste- ud vlo-lout- ly ... J. Frohman THB GLOBB, Danville. I 1 ponl-tontln- TRUHKS OUR LADIES' ! I '- n. I 1 I I I I I I I n oc-a- ! ui-urg- I f I II TELESCOPES, VALISES, H. I J. M'ROBBRTS. 1 SSvSii THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. rull-rou- ante-morte- m ll THESE LENSES FLATTER. Latest Designs t) Jtfouldhjgs. s . ...''".? re - mm 1 DR. BELL'S ng n g e pri-vu- to well-kno- J MS FOR 8.1LIS.AT PENNY'S I1KUG STOH1?. u ...Jrf i.i iii torn. 1 mMm, ... . ..Mtei.. w -- tff' - ,kK 'MjsiM iAt i4,..Vi. m n44kt. Attiirjs. Wit AT nnaalhlo rood could it do their publish JOURNAL falling and foolishof cause to was hold THE INTERIOR leaders that a conferenco in Loulsvlllo to pull Goebel off? And yet tho L. St N. Dhpatob, with ovll Stanford. Ky.. Sept. s. 1899 prctonso and falsehood aforethought, gives currency to a He that Is so baro faced and preposterous that tho veriest W. P. WALTON. fool could not bo fooled thoroby. Tho party Is raoro than satisfied with Mr. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Goebel, who is making votes every day and who will bo elected governor in splto of venal and purchased sheets, 'or Oorernor, WILUVM GOEBEL. tho world, tho flesh and tho dovll. - Kor IJeutnant Kor Attorney Heneral, UoTernor. J.C.W. UECKIIAM. R.J. For Amlltor, Treasurer, IHlECKIXnlllOE. GVS 0. COULTER-Ko- r S. W. 1IA0EK. For Secretary ol State, , 0. IIUECK HILL. For Superintendent of PuMIe Imlructlon, HARRY .MCCIIESSEV. For Commlwloner of Agriculture, IO.V B. NAM.. For ltallroa.1 Ckminilaaloner, C. 0. JUCHORD. For Reprenentatlte, ). F. NORTH. Is response to Senator Goebel's charge, after ho had traduced a member of tho Senator's family, that Theodore Hallam had a brother In tho penitentiary; that wreck of a former brilliant man, sought to got sympathy and mako a point with Confederates by did havo a brother who was captured durln; the war while fU'htlng for tho Lost Cause and confined In a Northern penitentiary. Believing that this was the brother to whom Mr. Goebel referred, tbo charge was about to react among those who did not know tbo facts, but at Lawrenceburg the Senator placed himself agpln on top by saying that Hallam had several brothers and It was not tho Confederate brothorthat he referred to, but another who had gono to tho penitentiary on a civil charge. The Seuator added that ho was Incapable of casting any reflection on Confederate soldiers, a member of his family was a Confederate soldier (his father, we believe) and was thrown In a military prison, and ho had been held rnnnonalhlB for bringing about tho nomination of that gallant Confederate soldier, Robert J. Breckinridge. With reference to Owens' assertion that Goebel was cot In the Legislature when gambling was made a felony, thereby interfering with his business, tho Senator said that Owens shouldn't bo so technical. It was shown when ho was in the Senate that men In Owens' business wereevadlng tho law and Itbecamo necessary to make some additions, one of these being oontz and craps. If tho addition hurt Mr. Owens' feelings, it was his fault for not informing the Senate. It Is said that there were about 125 bolters In Andorson before tho speeches of Gilbert, Peakc, Gocbol and Blackburn, but many of them wero convinced of tho error of their way and the ticket will get the normal majority of 250 to 300. to debate with bolters Is perfectly right. If they are democrats, as they claim to be, there is nothing to debate, Let them throw off their disguise, admit tho truth, which Is that they are straining themselves to elect Taylor, and then they may bo worthy of tho notice of democrats, who have much repubmore respect for a straight-olican than a bolter. There Is nothing in tho Brown ticket or the movement. It is simply an L. St N. scheme to Goebel, which it knows It. stands more chanco of, by buying eotre democrats and footing others supporting u ticket, which has no into claim whatever to democratic support. ut do-fe- at statlaRthatthochargowastrue.thathe The refusal of democratic speakers led THE election to Ull the vacancy in the 8th Missouri district, caused by the death of Congressman Bland, shows which way tho wind is blowing. "Silver Dick" was the most popular man who over lived In tho dUtrict, yet tho largo majorities that he has been receiving wero Increased 600 or COO, so disgusted are people with tho adminis- tration at Washington and everywhere tho republicans ara in power. KewII. M. SCKUliKJt, a noted Presbyterian preachur of Cnrllsle, prints an open letter to that degenerato and political pirate, tho so-- called Itevl" II. K. Coleman, who is trying to arraign tho preachers against tbo democratic ticket, which should bring tho blush of shamo to his cheeks, if they are not as Incapable of It as a brass monkey's. Tkxas democrats are oi the right metal. They refused to invito Altgold to speak at a convention there, because of his attitude towards tho democratic ticket lr-- Kentucky. Tbo old anarchist seems to be getting generally below par, a point from which ho never should bavo been lifted by tho deraoc-iaolo y. IX ', Mr. Goebel said: "Tho railroad employees, who risk their lives lor a small reward, should stand on at least as good a footing before tbo law as tho tramp upon the highway." Blackburn got hearty cheers on tbo Tho Louisville Dispatch says that Ma). Johnston's doctors forbid him following: Brown Is simply Taylor's lunolng taktug the stump. They fear ho will mate Uko I am Goebol's. btriko a soag. DnoWN spoko at MadUonvlllo Saturday to a counted crowd of 652, .less than 350 of whom wero voters and u majority of whom wero republicans. There was uothlng nuw in nls speech except that ho challenged Goebol und Blackburn to a series of debates, which of courso they will not notlco Sale of torn at II 60 at tbo barn aro that of Independence, will bo roportcd In tho Advocate will bo renominated Bryan Wo sro srr always found luutllnir for something good for our cm FOR SALE. 35 fcedo. and when N'ovembor a year comes wo W. II. Shanks, Stanford. tntuers. will poll 10,000,000 votes and tho victory F. P. Bishop bought of W. O. Andcr Ph will bo ours CD son. of Garrard, 10 calves at (10. I liked Goebel's Election law as soon S. M Owens sold to a Lexington paras I read It and camo to Frankfortfrom ty a Nnboth harness filly for $175. S5 rH Washington to urge my friends in tbo W. R. Cook, of Garrard, sold to A poilllvo guarantee in lUck nnd whllo backs lb durability of Legislature to voto for It. I thought It Montlo Fox for WolhlCOfatcattloatfio. A copy of thU wrrnlv i given every purchmor, thru goods wns n pood law and when a republican F. P. Bishop sold 150 of tho owes rH Yon msv buy a p.ilr of DiicIims Wool Trousers at 1 2.25, 250. governor vetoed It, I know It was a good advertised in this paper to A. D. Root For crory inapcn-C$ M.25 or j;f,75 nnd wonr litem for Iwo months law. Keep it on your statute books ontl ilprlmtlnn tliat rnniM nil wo will liltV Toil 10c If they tip at (lie i at 3.75. ' rI .Vaiailmnd we will pay you 50c If Ihey rip In thewat or elnwhero tho vounirest child will dlo of old ago Thoroughbred Jersey cow, giving ire will pay ynu Jl or clve you a new pair iienieniocr uic name. Ttii.t. Oivr.xs la almltatlntr much beforo tho domocratlo party goes out of thrco gallons per day, for sale. J. T. IH'TOHEbS Tini'SEUS We aro lolo agent. denouncing Goobol in his power again. bravery by Jones. away, ua speeches made 100s 01 miles J. J. Williams sold to W. H. Brown, POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. wouldn't daro mako his charges to his r old of Preachcrsvllle, 24 enemy's faco, judging by tho way ho smal. The democrats of Bell nominated got out of tho way, when a much sugar -Mt'l.ES. 21 good Calloway for county judgo. lor man than ho took him to task at George S. great. mules for sale, cither In pairs or bunch 13 Senator John W. Daniel, tho Lexington for his porfldlty. Virginia orator, is coming to Kentucky M. S. Baughtnan, Stanford. PQ Star Pointer went an exhibition mllo Tho to mako speeches for democracy. GOEHEL AKD BLACKHUKtf. Col. David G. Colson, former Con over tho Hartford, Conn., track In two played a big Danville Fair Association 1 district, was minutes Mat. Ho was paced by two card when It Invited Goebel, Black- gressman from tho libSaturday night. with paralysis runncri. burn, McCrcary and others to bo their stricken J. W. Colvar. of tho revonuo service, G. R. Miller, of Rochester, 111., of their mooting, guests on tho last day tiros , of Eubank has resigned to go to brothcr-ln-lafor the speakers and tho splendid ex- lato of Somerset, Goobcl and tho democratic lmupht In this section 372 cattlo for hibit drew a crowd variously estimated work for Oct. 1 to 15 delivery at 4c. at 4,000 to 10,000 people. It was a rep- ticket. big I. M. Dunn's grcnt young mare, Gypdemocratic barbecuo at Lou Tho resentative crowd of tho whole section ii lsvlllo has been lixcd for Oct. 10. Bry sy Queen II, beat a field full of nged too, made up for the most part of pretty Danville fair. Sho Is and Goebel will bo tho saddlers at tho m i' u' women and thoughtful men, who listen- an, Blackburn In Kentucky. tho finest ed with rapt attention to tho speeches loading speakers. Shackelford, who was elected to con Tho secretary of the Now Orleans of tho distinguished gentlemen. Wo gress in Bland's district in Missouri, Cotton Exchange places the 1899 lh did not arrive In tlrao to hear much of opponent 3,443 and cotton crop at 11.274.MO bales, as Ph Senator Goebel's effort, but if tho rest beat his republican 2,053. against 11.109,001 bales tho previous CD In keeping with tho tall cod, the combined opposition of It was Texas democrats aro arranging for year. It was worthy of tho man and of tho demonstration M. S. Baughtnnn sold to J. G. Lynn occasion. Ho showed up the L. & X. tho biggest iwlltlcal o5 over seen In tho South at Dallas, Oct. 2 a pair of mules for $220. Ho says his schemo to defeat him, advocated tho and Senators C.oc- - threo-IIn- o "ad." In this paper has kopt bills named In tho platform and ald: and 3 W. J. Bryan to bo Invited. FOR him busy answering letters und ques you think it was not wrong for bel and Blackburn aro "If At fipnrpotown Hcnrv George, of tions concerning tho mules ho offers. Whullcn, tho agent of the L. St N. to i i Pedlgo & Lyons bought 22 mules and gather 300 thugs in a stablo ready, to the Prison Commission, said among charge of tho convention, thereby other things that tho figures Gen. Tuy-l- seven horses, paying an average of a take a- r?avo about tho financial condition little over $100 for the mults and $75 forcing Chairman Bedwlne.tocall upon ct-wero false, nnd ho for tho horses. For nn extra lino pair tho police, then charge it all to me. if of tho penltontlnry you think It was not wrong for tbo L. dared any republican to debate the of mules, bought from Luther Wells, D they paid the big price of $.150 GlasSt N. to try to break up tho convention question with him. posing gow Times. W. C. Pol ard Breckinridge when Itbecamo apparent that I would or Uora Sc Lluoy shipped a car-lobe nominated; If you think tho tin horn as an apostlo of purity In democratic Even pair warranted, and phow ! hold your nose : And polled Durham heifers to St. Louis brigade did right In trying to block the politics sold under tho famous Money pocket-booaveraged $10. Thoy also shipped r that proceedings of that convention, cbargo Bill Owens hands on your Guarantee. Durability, Pit PQ t two show polled holfers that brought And Theodore Hallam, too tho rest of it all up to me, but votofor and Workmanship all of Z tbo ticket. Charge It all to me, I say, bring on tho disinfectants, and let's $50 each. They have alo sold for next V the best. 4 Try a pair. of feeding a for my friends, nobody In Kentucky is change tho subject, pleaso. Spencer week's delivery steers and heifers to Indiana parties at S5 toe. for a huh. I am." He Courier. Mp. si lor better ablo to stand It than -Judgo A. K.Cook, of Plnevlllc, gavo 3 and 4c Harrodsburg Democrat. Indulged in no personalities, and bis i Lcxcl, tho handsome black goldlog sledge hammer licks for the platform tho lie to tho Dispatch's statement that D &nd bis eloquent and earnest appeals ho said that Brown would poll a largo owned by John Steele Carpenter, of Watch this space next frk. We are preparing a schedule of prices that will move all Summer Goods They wont tviatrird ocr carried force and conviction. Ho wsi voto in Bell. He 6ays ho told tho re- Hustonvlllc, got 11 bluo and three red loudly and heartily applauded and fre- porter on tho contrary that thcro wus Men at tho Liberty, Ruascll Sprlncs quently Interrupted with remarks by no disaffection In that county of any and Danvlllo fairs. Ho was shown In men who could not restrain their en consequence and that democrats gen- rockaway. harness, saddle, combined and model rings. That splendid young erally would voto for Gocbol. thuslasm. "Plain Old Jo Blackburn," as ho In his opening speech at Bowling horseman, Dick Dunn, showed hlra. W. B. Kldd St Co. bought last week was laconically presented by Judgo R. Green, Hon. John Young Brown used J. Breckinridge, who was master of the personal pronoun I 2C5 a times. in Bourbon and Harrison counties, Va. d cattle, to bo delivered o cTo ceremonies, was tho signal for out- Hero's betting a hot tomale to circus 475 burst of cheers and hand claps, which lemonade that ho does not get that tho last half of September, at nn aver-ag- o o price of 4.S5. Tho samo parties o lasted for a minute or more. Tho past many votes in Warren county. Glaso o and prospective Senator began by say- gow News. Whow, but didn't you have havo bought In Clark, Bath and Monto ing that Goebel had covered tho ground Hula to do to take tho tlmo to count gomery counties. 1,000 feeder at 4 to o o o so fully that it left him nothing but tho 'cm? 4tc, an averago of about 4.15. They o Blackburn will bo sent to Indiana and dUKsed of o It Is said that Brown bolting movement to fight and o o o that was too small for a man of bis has received a letter from Mr. Bryan, to tho farmers thorc Winchester o o o size. This caught the crowd and the saying he would como to Kentucky and Democrat. fo it- o C. C. Carpenter and Dock Drye, of o yells showed that tbero were no bolters open tho campaign In Lexington, Oct. o among them. Ho then proceeded to 2. Ho wants to remain In tho State 20 Hustonville, were among tho fortunate o o o days and makn two speeches each day winners of blue tics at the Danvlllo knock the props from under all the o o reasons that the Brownies glvo for and wants to mako them In county fair. J. C. Bailey took a bluo and a red o o showed the absurdity scats. It Is understood that Mr. uryan on his splendid saddle gelding, Tyson, o their bolt and o of the movement. The ticket Is a su- docs notdeslro Mr. Goebel to Indorse and should havo had another bluo tie. o o Is C. T. Sandldgc again beat a ring full o o perior one from top to bottom, bo said, In anv way any local ticket that o with tho magnificent stallion, Preston. and if anything derogatory of the backed by sound money democrats. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOQ A number of preachers seem to bo I. C. James, of Mercor, as usual, won character or tho records of any of its members could bo made and substantia- "rubbering" Into the present political most of tbo roadster rings. It Is almost ted, ho would eschow politics, close his campaign. Politics and religion mix Impossible to beat Red Leaf. public career, go homo and do tbo about as well as oil and water. These meanest thing that a white man could pulpit pounders should either mount Near Mayfleld Joo Griffith, aged III, do voto for Taylor. Tho Senator's tho raging stump permanently or shot and killed Clark Beazloy, aged 14, arraignment of tbo republican admin- stretch their wings over their llttlo Wm. L. Tarklngton, 33, of Boylo The pnlnting season is Imre. We wlli m cll your attention to the fact that ' we istration, his advocacy of tbo Election docks. The tall of the Prince Albert county, died In Denver, where ho wont keep the I!ot ItenJjr Mixed i'ltlnts, Oili, Variii.lim, llriisliot, Ac , in tho market. In a political for his health. law and bis piercing shafts of sarcasm, coat Is too long to uso when speaking of tbo republicans or campaign, and Is sure to get a Knot tied Whllo at church in Laurel county. ! their aid society, wero masterful and In It if crowded Into "largo nndenthus-iasti- o Douglass Sams wus assaulted by two , a Tooth llruihea. Hair Our lino of Toilet Article such audiences." Lancaster Record. men and fatally Injured. greatly enjoyed. When he concluded Coinln.l Soap., and of the very bent quality. Ac , w complete, Gqv. James B. McCreary was called u telegram from Con In response to Rev. H. E. Settle, John Rhea'. compounded from iho PRESCRIPTION S carefully solicit your patronage. I'ureit mid lies) druirH obt for, but as tho hour was Into and the gressman Wheelor, Senator ijoebe was htrlckcn with papulvtl8 tolnablu 1'riccs reavitiahle. Wo crowd had listened through several sent tho following from kawrenceourg: conat Russellvlllo and Is .n a hours, he excused hlmsulf after a tell- "Swccnoy's statement that I contrib dition. & and a pow- uted to Palmer and Bucknor campaign ing culoglum of tho ticket Rov. Alox B Sharp, of Taylorsvllloi erful uppeul for unity und Its enthusia- fnnil la a falsehood. I contributed $700 III., and Miss Alothea Ledyatd wero sts support by all who call themselves to Bryan democratic campaign fund In married at tho 2d Precbytcrlan church Iron Foncc. democrats. Hundreds then pressed to lbOO; was chalrrarn of tho Kenton coun- In Danvlllo yesterduy. tbo' stand and tho ovation that followed ty Bryan campaign commltteo in "Jti At Saloam Springs, Ark., Aug. 20th, must bavo thrilled tho speakers and when domocratlo majority Increased Lottie Belle Bruce, daughter of Mr. ( ( mado them feel that their efforts had over COQand chairman of reception com and Mrs. S. II. Bruce, mid grand- been appreciated. mltteo that brought Bryun to coving- - duughterof E. F. Galnus, of Danvlllo, died. Advocate. Points in Goebel's speech that wero ton In John Young Brown said at Bowling Mill Work. Reports to tho Carlisle Conforccco Metal Roofing. applauded: n But for tho election law, the result of Green: "I told McChord and Wood-eo- show u guln of COO member thu ptst I would accept tbo nomination if it yeur. Tho value of church property In tho next election would bo written now was elven to me. But it must bo given Kentucky Is $720,113. Thu ciinforcnco and tho L. St N. would wrlto it. unaff-oeto- d u I bollovo that thu railroad corpora- to mo by a clean vote by voto Indorsed tbo Roberts bill, und tbo am. bv utiv ono ol tbeso contests tbut palgn wus ordered opened ut Gcorto in their mouths tions should have a bit McChord Editor and tho democratic party should hold would Invalidate it." Senator tiwn by Georgo W. Youug That combines beautv and suid ut Luwrencoburg: "Not a word Liwlu, of tho Sbclbyvllio beutlnul, u" tho reins. comfort with tonvviilenii, is madu as to denounced by resolution & N. po- was said, norasuggeation one of our well made, uaay ridI am not going to let the L. ing and elegant Kurreys. It la nomination by a "clean" or uiy litical loco'motlvo run over mo In No- bis unexcelled for workmanship, vember. In fact I bellovu It has al- other voto, except by tho delegutcs durability and comfort, and will ready jumped tbo track and gono thro' dxntml In that convention." Tho Sen r give muru satisfaction fo' gen Is supported by the testimony of ator eral family use than other tho bridge. lu Brown is oviuenuy Wu nro selling Ono of the Urt acts of tho republi- Uroy Woodson. ilium Cheap and Fast, say. cans was to Increase tho Statn tax rate daft und don't know what ho did I auibounj tu break up uiy llltU fauitly auil 10 per cent. Thoy have increased tho & D. N. Prewltt bought 100 stock owes public expenditure, but bavo decreased Opp. Oourt-IIotuStanford, Ivy. largely thu amount of per capita for at 81 and 172 hogs at 31c Advocate. Will wll at priiatiaaleuiy bouwholJ ami alulieu HntwQon Sent. 12 and 15, 4,600 troop- - furultuw, iuihiiUd of cftryluluii ueiMMry fruiu school children. parlor to kllclieu, UTulug ruumauj panlry Speaking of bis fellow servants' bill, will sail from San Francisco for tho Yuuug bouw ktwpci woulU do ll to giv u a rue wroto Tho Chicago platform, tho grandest declaration of principles slnco JolTorson LAND AND STOCK. Dime for a Button, Dollar for a Rip. ft HOW IS THIS ? B 2 p . W P O & O two-yea- o p P U o c? 11 w a 0 A V B ld ft 8 u Dutchess Trousers raNt b NA or p w Q O o ad ks s J o u j j P. car-loa- d 2 f $ The Louisville Store. Dime for a Button; Dollar for a Rip. ob ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo a 1,400-poun- CO TO -- o o Moberts, tl)e Druggist, Oils, &c, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and At The Lowest Cash Prices. &o. o Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, TOILET ARTICLES Urn-die- w, CRAIG HOOKER. A. C.SINE, STANFORD, Kr. A Family W 0 Carriage SADBUTTRUE THGREFORE ul. tar-rU- (! B. K. Wearen e, Son, nn ltrurllnir U nxnectcd to deliver an address at tho Southern Industrla1 convention, to bo held at Huntsvlllo' Ala,, from Oct. 10 to 14, inclusive. Deputy Sheriff Luwls, oiuay county, is reported to bavo beou shot and kill.ellabla pertuoa y ed by Mart Smith, tho man who recent-l- dttirtns strip to the Part Deputy Sheriff SlubbleQeld. shot Philippines. H. 11. Tuh noun auil lot where I now lire, lor reut dardeu ami tulciena for It. II noi:i. Penmanphii S7i0r77tat(t, Tygeufritinf, i7. e(eyragny. Kxpoalt LwiJfoiMm Mm K ntsr is rue eutytpesr .a r mi mi lou, vita kuu4 (hlaloyut JtUagr, Md. frndfbr i m,, AVv. , j .'tJlgj pywwp"iniiuniNJy yw Sltr.itifT C. II. Owens Is III NKWjowolryat Hamilton's. OWENSliono wagons and Emtilro THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mil. 8. H. Cook, of Cook's Springs' drills and fertilizers at Hcazlcy it Car ! Foil IIi:.vt. has been nick for several days. Five room cottage In ter's Pkof. L. It. Ucaiins' school at How. Miller addition. Forrest McClary. Stanford, Kv., Skit. s. '899 land Is closed on account of malUKx. TllK L. & N. olTers unothcr 11.25 rata NEW lino of fall hats in all tho dc- Mits. Mary Kli.a Hkwitt and chilslrabla shapes and for school purposes to Cincinnati Sunday, noxt. Twelvo Bt Mrs. Koto Dudderar's. dren aro visiting her sisters in Soraor 13, 12 hours' stny In the--' city. , -E. 0. Wai.tom, I)u8iNa MA.vAor.it. set. MY fall and winter tailoring Is now of ConMiss Lucy Milli:r Givkns hasgono Atti:nd tho sale of land and person- - open for your inspection. All tho now SoiM Water, Ico cold, pure and to crawfordsvllle, Ind 1 lienor near iiustonviuo to " ol " est and latest faflrlcs and stlcs. Jesso mort rufrcs.ilnirat Penny's Drug Store. college. tomorrow. Wednesday. D. Wcaren. . . .. mftri5runfiiI,nfc.'nV'" milon "I"'" .rontilnlnir ol 'KfntnfUy (lathi, firm.m,. Is Tm: bct mutcrlals combined with there f.n ..ma. v,. tr, v.o.x and .baby .loft lb .I, tn ra.n.. nh I.. II. .n.l iiuiiw-n- .n.i .i- bii Chicken Feed. Flvo bushels of care, tklll and accuracy Insuro Rood morning for Comclton, Ind., to .nh i..m. , w.... i iimiti iiuiinc. iiiiiiii wrt jsiil nr. visit her iiiu uiuo uruss Grocery store at result). No other methods are aver chicken feed screenings for only 31 at I'lcU sn.I t n,l MlHni, fines In good nnler V.'i1"! T fcnJ .! Si, used In our prescription work. Penny's relatives. J II. Haughman it Co. mill. Stun Junction City, W. T. Richardson on, lilirf IM..I.'Si 'ii'.TH 'A'".'??.- ". U I"'"1' JT M h ro--kno .nrlhln limit nurh mailer. . S Tommy Wink, grown Into a man, Is Drugstore." manager, was considerably damaged by l?,njJi,"p.f"i-'n,n.,n!I.K'n,n.'k'"Hn iirlHlijtM will fa rUmi it on m.l full r' lo ln,'T,1 '!' I"W Wore Lr ofnlf. (framing from Inc. visiting John Ncvlus. Ho lives at Cov- ford. lire this morning. Truyl .Ill t .,;.'Sl"tl """rn on ippllrallon to T. JI Cinlwell, H.mxt.M.nr. Kj. PEBSOHAUHTSQCrEffMSSIP. Mo. ington, O. If you havn't paid your taxcj, do so TlinL.&N. Isdlscrtmlnutlng against ?rW05l7.: rJfi'"fl1Pnieni.llrlnrrrenl. Internt, pr.l,l Mm ,nnuillr, . ll,n In lo Mish Hknnik Xaiikim, the now at onco. Wo must have tho money and Sam Cm iiii y, Jit., Is III with typhoid Louisville In freights. Tho same class tti ... .Vn iSioBLffiaffi. '.? ? '1v.lua: i':'e ?'"""" '"." oi.w . teacher In ho primary department of will expect everybody to como and . " my fever. pay county court day. S. M. Owens, of goods Is charged Cc higher from that the bIJ l,ringlni n.mt monejr will U screpie.1. lor furtuer parllc.iUn rail on or ..lm. itiiuitr riu the college, urrlvcd Sunday. Mits. I'etkh StkaL'ii, Jit., continues .'i uiiii"u.i.i iiirroiiiimrg. Kr. city than Cincinnati. wiumnia unino. A Trmt Co., Loul.Tllle, Ky.. A.tmlnl.lr.lori iwit t. i That clever, old democrut, Mr. J. Sheriff. ,. annni-.!very 111. of ?"uTT""J'""iOTVn"r n,T Mlance pnrcha. money for lite yara. on"Pllon lujiuKonciiiininan arm Mufifrnng niauir ujr ol IJtfTT went to Loulsvlljo W. McWhortcr, of Curey, was hero Mil. J. H. Sunday and yesterday wcro tho hot term., otl.erwl.g, ,anie a. alwra. T The public school opened yesterday Canlwrll, Aue'rer. yestenlay consulting a dentist. T yesterday. test of tho year, tho mercury going to witn bi pupils, the academy with 17 und Wili, Sr.vr.itANCK Is in Louisville Walter Walker, of Garrard, Is 100 and staying there mnu of the time. tho college with 7(1. Already there aro learning tho banking business tn the It Is very dry and tho buying v;ood. worst Is no relief II boarders at the tatter. Is In sight. Miss Linda Mili.kii has matriculat- Lincoln County National Hank. DON'T forgot tho now firm of Robert Wm. Dihhon, of tho Klnsvlllo ed at Georgetown College. Tor nlco new THE Improvement tn the houes of I" Leo Sims & Co . when you need neighborhood, will noil out Sept. 21) aud with the Mihs Macuii: Ukkhit thinks of going to Ohio to live. Dry Goods and Motions, the Xcwcst Tilings m Hon. J. N. Saunders, Kev. It. 1). Ma groceries of any kind. Prices right. Misses Thompson at Lancaster. Thomas .MKTCALK has bought tho bony and Mr. O. P, Huffman changes At the W. II. Ilrady stand. Hit. JACKbON' GivkNH and wife, of Xccktics, ColIiirsjCuife, Shirts and Under...... sj I 'llteburg, attended the Danvlllu fair. J. II. Kmbry homo In Nloholasvlllo for tho nppoaranca of Danvlllu Avenue Suits 87.riO upwards; pants 12M up. wear of all Kinds f'"" iy, Litte, Old 2,::00 nnd.wlll move to It this fall. tno bettor dccuiculy lor ml MUs Kulu Mits. J. C. HitVAN words, lie sura and cxamlno my Falj Oil. A. S. PmcK and Miss Nettle and Yomi. Latest Style Shoes nru visiting rolallvcwlti Mercer. Tottcn "I PREACHED atltocky Ford In Ca- and winter samples before buying Mit. MoititiH Fkimi and family are Wruy returned from Dripping Springs sey Sunday, nnd wbllo In tho county your Fall clothing. Jcsso D. Wcaren. Tor Ladle., Men, Glrla und Hoys. Tho very liteit thing. In Clothing, i.. enjoying Jewish holldny tn Louisville. last night and tho doctor In ngaln In his nearly every man who expressed hlm-to- if yiurs' exH'9leneo In taking miMiuro. amt I can fit nnv old shaiio. I rill Mackinac and return Sept. 12th, MlSH JaNIU Wkaiiks. of Stanford, Is olllcu. lio plad to furnl.h you nny day In tho jcar suitable good, at Iwttnm price to me, sold he was for Goebel," reWit have It straight that u Hush will with Mrs. K. O, Hull. Somerset ParaRev. It. If. Mahony yesterday Queen & Crescent, C. II. Ji D , nnd add another branch to itself this after- marked gon. steamers ti (Vj round trip from June on his return. Mit. J. M. I'kttch, of Lcxlngton.was noon. Ho was In town yesterday and tlon City. Delightful lake trip. Liberal hlra almost todcath. Tin: hen hour-- of Miss Llcclo Hcaz-l- return limits. Ask ticket offices for the guest of his rolattvu, Mrs. Kate thuboys Uiirrls-o..Mil. W. G. Poi-IC- , the optician from Miller. wait .'Inked Snndoy night and 11 of full Information. HoilM, to tho wife of J. C. Cormlney, Win. Kcndrlck's Sons, Louisville, was woro stolen. Never was Adams .t Pinkerton, of Huaton-vill- e, a daughter, and Mr. J. A. Allen is now called back to the house yesterday, uf. iv u a stealing in u small way going on will be In Stanford with a special tor mtiklng many friends hero and lay- than now and It Is a mighty good time u grandpa. Mits. Martha Skvkranck and Sam ing tho foundation for a big business. up the uld shot gun and load it cutter from the Globe Tailoring Co., of to clean Cincinnati, Sept. 7, taking orders for Mil. S. V. Rowland ami Kd How. to thu muzzle. Walton Severance have returned to sJ?r Fall and Winter clothing. Call on them loud, of Danville, wcro hero yesterday Louisville Attacked iiy His son. Robert at tho St. Asaph Hotel. HlCICI.1:, of Knoxrillr, Is en route to Hlchmond. Tho latter, who Mits. S. H. . w. visiting her brother, S. M. Soona-mor- c, was one of the directors, tells us that Frazer, of tho Ottcnhclm tcction, was Pepples. The announcement of attacked whlla In bed by his son, John, GP the fair association cleared 75 or SOjier at Hubble. C. Poppies, candidate for tho who was armed with a hoc. and was John of Paint Lick, was cent. C. it. KNGI.KMAN, democratic nomination for jailer, Gov. Draulcy oughtn't to separate considerably chopped up. Tho boy took here with his brothers, Samuel and In unothur piilnmn. Itnalilnd hn- to the woods and has not been seen tho Morrow twins. He has appointed John Kngleman, Inir n l!iVf(. linnnritKli. irnnllamfln t. Miss MaY DUNN returned from Charley to a lieutenancy In tho army since. Tho two had quarreled over a Peip!cs is a simon pure democrat wtio .Danville with tho Misses Haughmnn and hu should haro been one too. One trivial matter. hus always dono tbo party valiant serIs not more deserving than tho other, and Is their guctt. Tin: Loulsvlllo Post is left on tho vice and, who will In the present cam Mit. and Mits. John J. am.uk, of both being as clever and deserving a door step of every voter in Stanford paign do good work for Goebel and tho the West Knd, are rejoicing over tho they can be. every day In tbo wock except Monday. entiro ticket. Dit. W. II. O'HaN.von received tho The carrier docs not say It is with tho advent of a daughter. Triplets. Mr. J. B. Mason and Mit. M. L. Owst.r.Y left Saturday to sad Intelligence yesterday of the death compliments of tho L. A: N., but every resume his studies nt Cumberland Uni- of his youngest sister, Mrs. Lester body knows that the Post's exchequer wife, of Madison, were with Mr. and versity, Lebanon, Tcnn. Pnrkcr, at Chicago. Her remains will Is not In condition to give its editions Mrs. T. D. Nowlond Sunday. They bad with them their triples, Alexan Just placed on sale. Hahhy C. Haugiiman passed thro' be interred at Jefferson City, Mo away. , der, Rankin and Robert, and they wcro Saturday to scnd a few days with his tomorrow. Uesldcs a husband two We ate now oflering the Xcw Fall Lengths and Styles In What the lightnings and the ibo objects of much curiosity. They wife at Dripping Springs. children survive. bad left at Rowland tho railroad aro eight years old and black eyed peas Jake MEIER and sister, Miss Hoa, company seems to bo moving. A largo wero never more alike, their parents havo gone to l.onlsvlllo, where they LOCAL HAPPENINGS, force ot hands lias been engaged In oven being hardly able to tell them havo secured good positions. For a nlco toddle cheap go to G. II. tearing up tho numerous extra tracks apart. Thoy aro handsome little felMrh. II. O. Nkwsom and little and sidings there and they arc being lows and run In weight from SI to 54 Acknowledged by corset wearers to bo the leading corsets of America. daughter, of Fayottevllle, Tcnn., aro Furris'. Come whi o assortment is complete. Wo havo them for lung, short, shipped elsowhcro und soon nothing (xiunds. They are Mollln's Food babies with the former's father, H. G. Alford. of fresh cukes ut Warren Nice line stout and tbln folks. No fancy prices but your money's worth. but tho old freight dcot will bo left to and the manufacturer of that artlclo l T. Minor, who Is putting In eight A: Shanks'. tell the talo of tho prUtlno greatness has pictured and praised them. In various sections of this distilleries . TllK TwIce-o-WeState, was hero Saturday, with old Interior Jour of the town where tho L. & N. former- MANY changes take place In a period friends. NAL is only l a year cash. Remember ly disbursed tens of thousands a month. .. of 30 years, as tho "following given us Miss Hei.le Hoot, who spent the that. Hadly Hurt. Will Hester, son of by Mr. A. A. Warren, who clerked for summer In Atlanta, writes lo'chango W. C. Stankem. found a pair of Henry Hester, was badly hurt in a run- J. II. & S. II. Shanks In 1SC0, will her paper back to Deaf Institute at spcctuclcs, which the owner can get by away near Highland yesterday. Ills 8how. Tho wero fwO accounts on the Dsnvlllo. team got from under his control going ledger he kept and of that number 30i Pretty Ml Mattlo Powo'.l, of Hus describing. down a hill and ho fell out, the wheels of tbo patrons have crossed over the tonvllle, will be one of the attendants Your account is drawn off and ready nuptials at for you and you mu.t fettle at once passing over bis right leg, breaking river and 203 havo moved to other coun. at tho Jennings-ThompsIt below tho knee and badly crushing tics and Stales, leaving only 143 in ibis Danvlllo tomorrow. Ucazlcy Ilros. tho member. Ho also sustained a scalp community. There is quite a difference Mrs. J. W. Hastin, of Pittsburg, Stuiiiilk and wound about three Inches long. Dr. L. in prices now und then, too, as the fol brought her pretty little daughter, Plows. Vulcan down-anmatriculated bcr Glbbs' Imperial Steel Ileum plows at U. Cook, who was called, fears that Mr. lowing articles charged in that year Miss Katie, Hester Is seriously hurt, but hopes to will show: calicoes 15c, cambric 20ci U. K. Wcaren it Son's. at Stanford Female College! be ablo to save his life. Tbo team had bleached cotton .'I3ic, flannel Toe, brown Mrs. J. It. CROUCH and the twins, Last Day. Sept. Is tho lost day runaway twice before tbo 9ame day. cotton 20c, hoop skirts $2, paper collars Kuby and Pearl, are back from n for filing claims agolnst Lincoln counvisit to relatives In Cincinnati. Ik ihodiscaso that is designated us 2.jc per box, undemhlrtB f oO, doeskin ty. George H. Cooper, clerk. small-poIlcv. J. H. Crouch wont after them. or if It Is In fact a conta-guou- s pants S12, sugar 21e, tea $2.50, pepper passItUV. A. J. PIKB, of llrodhcad, SOME dlseaso, there surely ought to bo 00c, soda 15c, truce chui ns $1, tobacco On a'l Summer Goods. In a few days our Fall Stock wl 1 be arriving and our attenraided Goorgo H. ed down to Haysvlllc, Marlon county, Cooper's sweet potato patch tho other grcuter effort to proventlts spread than 81.50, coffee 33lc, rope 33ic coal oil Toe tion must then be given to them. Below aro a few of the special induceSaturday, where ho and Ilcv. Macc, night and helped himself bountifully. Is observed at Needmorc. A yellow Mag gallon, lamp chimneys 15c. candles ments we are ottering for tho last time: :i0c Hi., etc. days' of Lancaster, will hold a two Hies from a building Immediately on meeting. IIkmnant burgalns in dark colors, tho pike und (icrsons passing can seo 15c. Wont Steal it This Year. "The Miss Gertrude Howard orders her blnck dross goods, waist, skirl and the broken out patients laying In full republicans wont make their steal in 12 -2c changed to Clarksvllle, Tcnn., dress lengths, at Severance & Son's. poiior view. It seems to bo criminal care- the 11th district this year II Ice thoy did where sho will havo charge of tho muAttention Is called to the advertise- lessness for which somebody ought to In lfe'.lO," said a good democrat to an I. sic department In tho Academy, one of suffer. If there Is no ieet houso to send J. representative at Darbourvillo tho of the sale of tho lato J. It. tho llner Institutions of learning In ment farm and personalty, which patients to, they should ut least bo other day. "Knox wa one of the Lot of tho State. removed out of sight and to a point counties In which tbo official vote was 11). OltI.AN'11 DlXlC and 13. T. occurs Sept. whero there Is nut so much dunger of ordered hold back so that tho returns Sc. Hanoy left this. morning for tho Laiior duy wiis observed hero by sprcadldg thu loathsome disease. could be doctored. In my opinion 5,000 A feu pairs of tlno hand turned Low Shoes for l.adics at factory prices. Men's Collcgo at Luba- - everybody who labors, laboring as us and Shannon .. In noting the death of Mr, Gabilcl votes wcro rtolen hi this district. Re- Hats lower than you ever found them beforo You get moro than your money's non, Mo., to fully equip themselves for ual, except the batiKa' und uauey In our lust, wo said ho was a publicans who voted for Col Silas Ad- worth in any of tlio above good.. Ksmembcr this week closes thesa!eon thefe goods. the ministry, to which thoy seem cull- olllcluls and tho latter did half time. member of the Methodist church, not ams against Colson were ibo ed. Mr. Heck says he will rcmuln democratic election ol!Icod and tho three years. IIlTltr. J. C. Slier, of Prcachers-vilt- remembering thut he was a member of V.. G. Dick, of Crab Orchthe Christian church, whilo his wife rads had everything their uMi way, D. Mrs. Dr. wus klckud by a mule tho other ard Springs, left yesterday for Hock-lor- day and considerably hurt. F. F. Cum- and brother, Mr. T. D. Hanoy, uro U. Faulkner, W. S. Woodson and Ben III., her old homo, tuklng with mins cui his foot severely with un ux In Methodists. Our attention being call- Dlshman aro tho election commissioned to it, we now recall his fulthfulnets ers now and this thing of 'holding up her Mis Jean and Donald, whore thoy the cimo section. as a church goer whtlu here and tho returns' will not bo thought of. You will enter school and where Mrs. Dick To Speak Here. tin a letter to great Interest ho toolc In the choir ut can expect to hear some good reports will stay for sovornl months. Miss STANFORD, KY. Hon. R. C. Wurren, thu campaign com- .tho Chrlstluu church, he being u mem- from Knox und adjoining counties, now Helen Dick Is already there. William Hhultou, 1'rehldent. may rust ussurcd ber of It and a flue vocullst himself. At that wu havo a fair show," the gentleMiss Mamii: LYNN leuves this morn- mittee says that "ou Academic and Collegiate Departments, Music, Art, EIocu Primary, ing for Mlllcrsburg College, where she that Goebol and Uliickburn will speak thofuuural Saturday, Rev, J. Lr Allen man udded. tlon and amlUHiysical Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 1th. Send for catalogue to In tho fusulty. She Is In your town before the campaign Is spoke In tho tnostcompllmentary terms will Illl u chair MltS, NAX.N'IK S 8AUFLKV, Lady 1'rincipal. of tho deceased both us a man and a an exceedingly bright us woll us a over." JOHN C. PEPPL.ES christian and then the remains were Is nciiiulliliitu for Jailer of Lincoln County highly educated ) oung lady and will, A YOUNu et r.uder, who was re illiji'i't to tlio action of tli deiuoeratlu par wo aro convinced, nmko a tlno reputa cently in Now York City, was uskeil on laid away in tho Danville cemetery. ty. Your support Is sollclteil. tion for hurbolf. Miss Sulllo Lynn ae his return about the political situation, Gokiiei. 1JUTT0NS. The salesman companies her and will matriculate at 'I saw scarcely unybody for Mr. Goebol PUBLIC SALE OF of the linn that makes the large Goo the collcgo. and beard very Utile tulk about hltu in bul buttons und retails them at lOo told ! Miss D0M.Y W1M.IAMS has been New York," wus his reply. Laud And us at U o'clock Friday afternoon at tho upending a ehurmlng summer with u friend at her couago on tno icasnoro Had Insurance. Insurancq Agent Danvlllu Fulr that ho had disposed of near Hoslou, and bus returned borne to It. H. Muhony, tells us that the homo 670 so fur that duy. Ho says thoy uro On Tuesday, Sept. 19th, sellers ever put on tbo llegliiiilug ut 1 v. , on tlio preuiUes, I will remain with Dr. and Mrs. HulTman of George McGuhan, which burned at the greatest lliu liUlie.t lluy Unecdu liUcults, L'ncedi Ginger Wafers, Drummei Lunch lilscuiu, til her man logo. Mrs. Huffman and May wood last week, bad $300 insurance market. "How do tho Taylor buttons nil to thoMeUlury. blJder farm furui of tlio tiulil Into J It. contains 130 Hullmuu returned Thurs on It in ouo of his compaules and thut go?" was asked. "Oh, I've stopped iicrvs.tltuaU'U four miles from btunforc, Ky. Miss Auno handling them," bo replied, "ray llrt nrur tlio Stuuforil Si Luucutur turnpike and duy Irom a week at Kstlll Springs. there was u slmllur amount on tho furuf cultlvutlon. well experience cured mo of them and I told Is In rimmI stutu kpleuillilly, Tliero watered Lexington Lcuder. are two uuil luml luis niture my partner I wus done. I want to tho good framo dwelling home uutl other nee. It. G. V. M. IJRiairrand M' Messrs. ut Loudon, where all tho re- es.iry out lullUlnr, KI0(1 orehuril Ac. Will Could Win. A gentleman from blow-oHrlght, of Normal, III., woro herewith sell as a wholo or cuu bo divided. Beef, Beef, At saino tluio uud placu I will sell tho relatives Saturday and Sunday. Tho Garrard who wus In our office Saturday publican cundldutc wcro. My railroad Is being faro was $11.00, hotel bill fi and thoy stock cim.UtliiK of somo extra good two. former Is a brother of Mr. J no. Hrlght says that James I. Humllton steers, cows, calves, hordes und d jeur-olSliced Ham, Deviled Uatu, l'icklo, Olives, HomcMadu Cheese, Ac., From (Itcd) and It Is his tlrst visit to Stanford, Imiwrtuned to run for representative churged mo $1.60 for tho privilege of Iiok. ulo farming Implements, household lKiultry Ac. whero bo was raised, In 22 years. Tho in his county and thut ho could win selling on tbo fair grounds. I sold just unit kltchvu furniture, 1'oasvMlou given any I'Mty terms ou laud. lattor gcutlcraan comet every year or bunds down both tbo nomination and Jl buttons at 10c, leaving me $10.40 In time. tho llnal election. Why not mako thu bole. You bet I don't handle any alat J. rj. MeCLAHV. Eur. to and bis relatives and friends aro GTTry Grape "Huts. You will like It. ri more." blmruo? k titunford, Ky. ways glad to boo him. DKI'CTY fl Fine stocfc Farm flt Auction 3 T - .i m or Wednesday, Sept. 99, at O'clock Sharp, The farm the late Nat. Lafon, taining 440 Acres. '"-ft. - t.. ''' 111 . "TT-Trnrrifvri--rrrr- GO TO JAMBS FRYB 1 sj 11 d ej JAMBS PRYB, Hustonville. Vy. y. ap-tie- ars A Big Corset Stock Glove Pitting and American Lady Corsets, St ek g m -- mmPJmgm?iW&mimmfflBLmmt SEVERANCE SONS. on This Week Sale I- ! 1 Closes Our Cut Price 25c Imported Zephyr Cloths at French Ginghams at - - 7c. - - 2c. 4c Filos Silk at pro-truct- id x, y's S. Cul-point- er 5c Lawns at Calicos at 5c I5c Madras Cloth for Skirts at 3c. 3c. posl-olllc- o u, d, JOHN F. JONBS. Stanford Female College, ... ... Personalty Too Hot To Gook. Chipped u-- ut Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn HIGGINS & McKENNBY. S i.LL JJLJi tUt. .Xt-4b- . XMWlMttaatit-- ai tkttn, JtffJ lW JU THEINTJUUO RJOURNAL X"ttfellaii.AXtt"Ay ffxtdavTrsa REV. COLLI9' COKKKCTIOK. (To the IMItorof Hie Interior Journal Lkxinoton, :sont. 1. My attention liavlng been culled to a paragraph In your pnpor, which utc that tho In HUBBLE. f' ( troduction of Dr. Keroot to tho christian convention nt Shalbyvllla was a wl11 bsitnanwd. jar- - Whan not aopaldina.OO republican campaign trick, I ilccm It my duty to nk n llttlo spaco In your journal thut tho errors contained In tho l5 psragrnph mentioned may bo correct3 ts I HIED ed. 1 regard ll as my duty to do this becnuso I am a member of tho temper- anca committee, but am not a KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. $1 PER YEAR CASH (5)11111; tnfw MB i Your paragraph states that Elders With VltrtllM d Air. PhTalclaa In attend-a- h Intn Ky, It IOIII.UN John Sweeney and Ocorgo Darsto had co, procured tholr own appolntmont on tho Oltlco In tlio NewTlmmon llulldlng. TS temperanco commlttca and they wrote 1 KNoxviitli bivisToH. tho resolutions. Mr. Swccnoy ho Lincoln County Farm For Sale. No. St Train going North ....-.- . .....H Mam novor been on this committee; has nev241am " No. M " I have on hand Stock Mops. I oflVr fir tale I rlealelr " South m- .- ........12 S5 a. in er mot with tho committee; and, I detlrabta honv o, M " liou iikwakp, $im U p ui and lot. in, acre- -, on the tr '"r lke. V, in lira On TliurNclay, Sep. 14, '99, Cows, Calves and other Dantllle " ' o. stock for has never had any conversation of thll paper will he pleased to learn The reader Forallirolnli. I will otTer for Mle Hie farm un which I now re I bit the neeery outliulldln, nerer falldlfi with any member of he committee as voce there la at leaat one drtadul IK stages that lliat- etl, ha alland plenty otfrult If not aold crlrate-Ij- r aide, aim Stork, Cmp, Ae Mid firm mnlalin V.'l sale. Call on or write to tne If ing water hat been all to cure In nil and BO'JOH TICKETS BOLD. 01 Drat rla walered, blue crau land, )l"t will well at puhlli auction In fmutoflhe acre. fencel aud dealralily Inmtrd wallmilea from you need any of the above, to its work. Sir. Darslo was placed It Catarrh Haifa Catarrh Cure Is the only IIACHIAUK ClltCKKl) TlinOUOll. wrll IS euro now known to tlie mediral fraternltjr In Slanlurd, Sept. II upon tho committee without his knowl- Catarrh helng a constitutional dlvlaie, reuln a routl.liouw Tertu to ult inirrtiaeT ItrJ, oil ill y Moreland, a alalkin on thaC S. rallrtiad, on lle any Information r niulra ol J.'or court day leading fmui to Hunford Itnldnx e J. H. GREER, Stanford. Ky. t,t:r.U.MlMtll llall'a IHIIIIIIT HanTllle. Ky on aaM farm MUleiUttilleframe, Cure I. edge, certainly without his solicitation. eomtliutlonai trealiuent directly tatairhthe lilooil la a lanra eight JOB S. RICE, Agent, upon taken Internally acting noma, iianiry, .ic , newly ixiuied aua Stanford, Kj. The report was prepared by Mr. Darslo ami mucous sinners 01 tne systeui, inereny a rondition and'n the foundation of the disease, ami citing Sale will tegle at luoclotk, a. m and I baforo Mr. Sweeney enmo to tho thepatle nt strength lijr building up thecoiulltii-tionan- d FARM FOR SALE. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Taaua. lulanra lit one ami two assisting In dolnir The convention.- - Ho know nothing of It proptietora hare touatur faith In It Its .work. powyeara with Interna frtHu dale of aale. lwwlon nimh ruratlre . i i....rp.nr.irf it T i. u. and S'40F. Contains 1(3 ncri'i and l In a aplendld glren Urc I, UW IVnkin of laad to l aeelrl (or any oner until it was read. Tho work in connec ers, that therail, to Ouo llnndredlor lollars testlmon-lalto Wln at u.ual lime lor aellng cure, bend On the lllack pike. 3 nnctln at (leorgetosrr, with i. A C at .J roach, rato that It llalof i atatcnf cultivation. 41 td II. II.UXIAN, lllle1etllle,Ky. tax rarla at 8 to a. M anil 3 10 r. M. iav Parts tion with tho Roberts bill had occupied mlU-- from lluttontllto and IS from More H,niumin . at S:1S atv'la A. M(1 andC.o :w rreaching Frankfott ""'hr; much of the time of tho committee for .V CO , 1 oledo, K J. CHENEY O lmd. Ilaaniilln of Urn riMiina A and town with Unilili, T.w Sld nnd goml tenant litme. Uldr nvcrasarr " "J ,i'SuaEVHB.EWTO. A. O. P. A. tho last two years, and it was proper llall'abrFamily fills ate the beat. nuthulldlnir. Splendid orchard, goiMl m-l-l THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL nnd two siirlnea. Tvrmn'iKV. for them to report to tho body that had W II. WUI01IT. The public dobt at tho close of busi QUEEN & CRESCENT. appointed them tho work they had Louisville, Ky. tlutlonrlllo, Ky, done. Mr. Kerfoot lives In Shelby-vill- o. ness Aug( 31, the debt, less cash In the -- ctlon City aa lollowi: Tralna pa treasury, amounted to tl,loT,30),C55, n 4 11pm No. I North As ho is tho chairman of our No. 1 Santh ..12 n2 p m The most cent rally located and only 11W to "4 " ...S45am interdenominational committees and decrease, n compared with last month, Kt. 181pm n "6 " No. a " 84,231,110. Oniy the t compnniea rrpren-nttd-. of SOOam understood better than nny 80ipm "10 " H)Mt1itt horffftroiabliml with the tiMt jjpu No.1 " member of and 10 run no fur lir trluf hirnrft ivt uiUl liorx nuking thf FIEST-CL.A.S- S Inquiries aolleited. Noa. 1 and 2 do not mop. 5 iv iNst.T;tTii-- T kei:i li. the committee the facts connected with tviaiUnr, rMtl.ter Jttty all ail ther than Junction uuy. V. (IllTla.ofllairelona, It. II. MAIIONV, Agl., Stanford. paln. 'ndi bia Jlr. IllmMull, n. Wtt whw- Hotel In the rlty milking a our temperance um wo invited him to wlnleriIt. at Alkeo. S. C. Weak nerrea had cauwd hM.IM l.j Ibvluhraldim Infinta IVtlni Marram trr rtlivM? ami winning iwfinialia stato thoso facts. Tho action of our aercre palnaln the lck ofbW heaX n uiuir ?C--t mm two of Mr Jllll.x II. CASTLtMlN. and Klectrie lilt era, Amerim'a AttTlltrHII. laMIIIIM ni m nnrw nnwrinrna are jounai representatives is u matter of record. Nenr llemelT, allaln wongieatt Ill..l up Mar at luhtHl with rair it. iVtlM Itarron ami left him. He tif lNfttDil China au1 llurk IlHUkt.xniiHir. I'tavi.nxtN medicine It what hit lountry need It seems very strange thnt thoso who this irrandknowa that It curca llierand kidney All (tfrnl "viutUtownnhiit,$& aift xd frubi th One block from the rltielnil luipplnp; America hln hmi Intltf hluaUjr tl lull Him the hltttl. touea up the aumilih. lrt hrnU td Kctitm k lUtT roiiallr Coim dUtrlct nnd .twu mtma 'rum !! Hint' opposed the bill, and their friends, tliealri-atarengthena tho nenrs, Hita Tim, nior and new an.t or write Iktr wttit ymi want should take such offense at publicity life Into crery murle, nerve aud organ of the Uly Itl U. SUnforJ, Kt. tta of ptKa tlu door to wll need it brirylvtlle WkturauUp cTrrytliliK a nirvpontrl 1y Mr. the City Kvcn thine nent and rlraiu lf weak, tlriii or being given to their opposition to a bill guaranteed, only ailing ou S)kl by IVuny, Kruj IUM W I" WALTUX, MUr. Mrenti. gltt framed in the interests of our boys nnd risely L::atei Sri:k Set'.desca la X:M- our homes and against the awful power SAIE 0? L1KC0LH COUNTY colic, Eestciy, with 57 a;;cj cf of tho saloon. Tho members of tho Land well InjrsTci f:r Cale. committee aro made up of all political parlies; tney have no private ends to Tht alMTt pmrrtT la knawa aa tha John iliria AaintufthehelraofM. N. Del'auw, 1 will on inan yUfr aud MTupinl now by lula t uaw serve; tholr only object is to do nil in Oi Liverpool. r41 at klirhru Ihahuu-- o ruituin a ii.hu. Ilea gnud errhard JIONDAV, SEPT. 11, 99, floor, aoutlmllUlnir. aAn?w U'm bou. and In ntr all their power to curtail that tralllc which new is blighting our homes and cursing our CRESCENT ounlr Court day. In Irontof the Court houi In raMry and the land Ina atrmt trn, frn.Brtna; ft Largest I'lre tiiauran.-- rutuimuv In the good lata irf cuttiTalh.n. raptalr World. Iwaakr Aavaharaiart with btanfurd avll at ullic uuKry the lillv State. Mark Collis. want lo sail thl To.rftr and aaf onawhv writ tu wanta It vouid do w.41 Wo gave tho statement as a gentle, JAML.1 MiKLCIIMl & Illjri.lllr, II FHRMOF mnn and a member of tho Christian W al hT kvr Ml a kwliiM rwau. Mrk. Danville colored fair, Sept. C, 7 and S. oaneilhrM DePanw at lliue ofhlt death It itl 1WI' In . IV curiM of th imii.im And Dealer in who was present, gavo it to us, church, Manager fonlhcrii IleiMrlmeut. ItahMit ? mile, fmiu Stanford anil vt mlln from iiareln Wntkllo. Ky , aixl u.plfl hr Jli Ask ticket agents for particulars. nothing I'anilllenear lha IVjTle A IJneuln turnpike aud Krrhula Kernia. earhanicv SARNSSS, SADDLERY, &C aught in oxtenuatlng nor setting down Colored A. M. Fair, Lexington, Sept. coatalma dvellinchoii.e. Iarn. anl ail nrtraurjr and ford A Thl. I. a antu"lora Handlor Boar, w.al Uenrral Ddlrm, Columbia llulldlnj. a. Ihrrv I. In malice. Ed. oullHilldluyi, and U all nrt rlaa land nlrulara aud I'lim Muntlrrllo for tutlnraa. I IC) (M) 0; ono faro for the round trip from At the aaue time I will re II Si) a.rra of knob ddrM.tbaalia STAKFORD. KY. I (bk In all stations in Kentucky via the Queen Ian. on White known hoyleCoDK. KERroOT COMMENDED. aale Trina made & Crescent route, for tho above event. l".tilI.NS, Airent GOOD LAND FOR RENT. OPTIONS ON FARMS I Tho following resolutions wero pre Ask airctiU for particulars. WANTED, sented at the meeting of tho Cumbera tract of MO aero, nil Land ! In NearIwnndary. save aeparated by plkea I would like to take Public land Itivor Association: out option uigiaxl farms The Ural tract la within a halt mile of I.nn- - In Lincoln tiunt I or term Whkkeas t,ho Kcv. F. H. Kerfoot, and grn.i.tlid rat.'r. IK) acrwiil whhhUIn liinil to go lu WM LANIMillAP an honored minister of the Gospel and F. FaAUCISCO, PrcpricUr., On Saturday, Sept. z6, '99, houe. and IDC acre of Itu.li 1J Krlg-r- . Ky professor of theology In our Seminary I will M'll to the lilghoit bidder on the jircm-1-t- i. corn Colored Association. pike It 104 Just arrix the Crab Ilia farm of the Into A V Now. nnd. at Louisville, has been tho victim of AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. acn-t- , AN to go In culllv.ttiou. Days. an uncalled for and malicious personal Hut Hotel In the mountain, rate rounldered It. It , at Cedar Creek A: Cruli on the I.. pike, A1m all 7 acm trart. twrt of which I uow Thursday, Sept. a Urrlmrd tin the Stanford clal attenllon to attack by tho editor of tho Shelby Sen itirtera meet all traim. reninlU" from ?tanford and three fiuin lu grai, the remainder to gq In wheat. preOR TftADE. men All tho laud la well watered. Would Crnl) (Jrrh ird. tinel, and whereas Dr. Kerfoot was fer to rent the land to one party jear afttr Big Prtmiuuufor Roadttcr llingi, ?hii "am C:ntil: 193 Acrei cf Lisi, mado tho victim of this attack because dradldrriuor.'tatmln SmilhMst Kaasaa J ear. Biij Pmniumt for Saddle Bona, widow' dowr. iullafn.ui lb Mu.url Una CJ SulJict to l..it, Fishing: Excursion To ed with newtheresidence of tlRlitwell improv- A Good Stoclc of tho faithful performance of his chrisr'xlf.riuiu((qunlrr tkhklf aatilnl. tVUI Mi Biij I'maiwnt in All Ring, room, two uaea.7imuanrtra.l0 for farm lu Keo h.illa, Hrche nndcellnr., two harm and all A Qrcal Time it Expected. tian duty as chairman of tho interde luckjr. Kent. tn ,0U0 dlBrc.. la . neeeuarv outliulldlnca. such aa awoke- trade. (.) lrfl", Irrw lloa s. Slanfcrd. K Twu never falling Secy. nominational temperanco commlttco of house, huirg) houre, eto A. CA nil, Pra ; C. S. HA YXES, One tnlle fei.tnt Prearhemlllo, Il.it 220 Kentucky, tbcreforo resolved: sprici,"). convenient to acmxii nouau, cnuri'ii acre. 00 In grna. the remalmlcr to gn In Atioul 40 acrea lu c and 1 That this association, representing cultivation, well watereu. una ha guou li.ilstico In blue KrM. The farm house and burn. 2,500 members, express Its unqualified will be oiTcri'd In two tnieta, tho widow' .O.V., dower of IS ucrea with Improvement, Hi Tta Sr.lka Mutual InTestmsni Company, admiration for tho noble, christian HOUSE FOR KKNT. unimproved. The bid or hlda nceepted "ENTIST, character of Dr. Kerfoot and commend TUESDAY, SEPT. 12th, which reullio tho greater atitu. The In Lancaster a large houe of eight rMim. has the rlcht of wcdlng In the fall, Helng centrally located c,au Of Lexington, Ky. him for doing bis christian duty for uod with of the Hi acres Jan. 1, advantage a a boardlng-hnu.- e with full HOUND vicious moo Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. which thisupon bis and libellous attack Information may anplj d was made cii.h. hi I mice In alx to Any one wishingUllAMl, Lancaster. Uv TEliua. character. J M. nnd 12 uiontht with C iwr Cent. Intereat with 2. That we request the Stanford Is'- security. Lien retained on the land for the VTo Pay White Yots Lire. TEitiOR Jouit.VAL to publish theeo respurchase money. I will ell at aatne tiro nnd nlnee sotxe Lincoln County Old Llse C:mpades Fay 7i:s Yeu Els. olutions In its widely read columns. cointlttlng of U'droom liouau And D. h C. Steamer. Iua Pahtin, chra'n. t. couch, tablea. etc. Halo will U'Kln at National Bank. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE l si. I or further Information iiihlreaa Above resolutions carried. CItot (lSO.OOO ald In llrln Uneflta. Cheap Side trips to II. I". NF.WI.ANH. Kior.. Over ?iri),o lleserre and frurplua STABLE,! E. B. Caldwell, clerk. I'riHClifr.xllle. Ky. Manpictte, Harbor Spring, II I1SUS WEAltKX, Im Axent, <al."tok,10u,U'iO. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. A. SMITH ISO MAN. Secy., Stanford. Ay The Soo, St Ignnee. and the DYING FKOM UIAUItllOKA. 13 lalnKton, Ky. tjucctMor to Th I'armf rs Hank A Trust Company lloriand Mule ct n.l intly on hand and and under same luanam.iit continuFiiMic Sals cf L:r.i A prominent Virclnia Blitor had al for aule at uli time. ! Ptsrsonalty ously (or Tj rats. Man-for- No. Arrrlrcsat Stanford at I OS a. at. 2 10 A. M. Stanford at No. 4 No. 31 Anitas at ltowland at 1J 00 DAT. S M r. M. Ko.22 Lratcabtanlord at Jcsso Pox bought a fat holforof John W. A.DEAZLEY, Pror.. Robinson at .lie. C. I'. Underwood has learned that a man can't farm without GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. a good barn, and ho Is now arranging to f plendld Accommodation. build ono. Howard Taylor is tho con float to lk'mt ii ml Snlplmr Well. 42 Ilnto llenwnnnle, rinn Water. tractor. I Master 1'ollitt Alexander was thrown V down'by his dog whllo flaying with TCULCHHY, him a fow days ago, and broke his arm, S'lwclnl representative of just above bis elbow, D"r. Cowcn's CRuncn, nuoozuu & co., service was sought nnd tho little boy is Merchant Tall urn, 1 IT W'et Tth Street, doing nicely. Mrs. J. P. Rlgncy is' Cincinnati, U., back from Indiana and Is delighted Will ?itmplr nt tlio St. Aipli llotrl In flnntord on tlio SJUi of F.tcli Month. with her visit. She says thoy havo had work. A plenty of rain all summer. Mies Ucttla AH garniruM flltod on. wltli tliNmolliml of niHtlt l ah lnui.lullltr will enter school at Wltmoro ooior uuini-.- a Alexander can nun riiimino lalcat SI In n few days. Gcorgo Wood has gono ?.impk rail nml Winter lv.)uu. to Jackson county to rcccivo some bogs NICE HOME FOR SALE bo has bought thoro. BEHZLEY HOTEL, VTt Uoni Fuaetursi and So All Elait ef BI the danviu.i: cvclbco., !a.nviu.e, kv No. tj:t Hepslrls;. II) Third SI. A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dontlct, MISS EVELYN TAKDIP, Tho Senmstross. Plain nnd rnlilonitl)la I'lttlnc; a ."iwcUIty cwlnjr Staurord, Omekee Ky.W" llnlldlnf, .HvHaHsO McltoWrU' lrn Store In the Owile Cutting unit Waler Worka St. And willing to par top price In r I'll for C'hlckrna, KiriT. IVallifr. Parka, tiiwvv, Turkrta, Olnvuff. YHInar ltKt. Ilei-- a Wak. Illdcanf all klmla, Cop-r- , llrnaa. Iron and lloiica. Alao will bo In I lie mnrU't for wmil, See mn nnd pet hit prion bvfore mIIIiijc. and i. call at iny lirwidfjuatlert. ect ajiot I'errln A IVncn'a Office, near IKmkH. cn-l- W. a BEAZLEY, D. J). S., L.niicti8tcra ICy. I Tcoth Extracted Without Pain TO STOCK MEN ..........U sup-poa- o, Ant-rl- dttt-llltif- .: .. FOff SALE. ljr' - INSURANCE. U-a- J.G.JtfcCkAY $ 'EtiJiJJ'JB. Inm-bl- prln-rlp- r RCBYAL &lge!Ls ROUTE Iw'lA Ull INSTJRANGE COMPANY 1 UEEN& TODERTsAKER! 130 HCRES 1 Barbce Castleman, Loat-latlll- 111 e. 12-1- V Stanford Fair1! 213 FRITH HOTEL. Irai-ell- Sale of Ijin'-aate- ivartku-Uraddr- ta d FARM FOR SALE Farm For Jflacliinac (slaid! iHwt-onic- e. culll-vntlo- u, R. A. JONES, S5.00 1 j3V pm-catl- One-thir- C. H. & D. RY., a, B. G. FOX, cMSVMmtaruraVBMUiBMg((a Tho Favorite Line LOUISVILLE CHICAGO. Trains MotiiIiik and Kvenln;; from ion Station, 10th aud llroadway. Un- I'asscnerH desiring infonuRtion and Mies to Wlscoiuln. Minnesota, ,cbral(a and points in the far Wcat, including (Jal. iforultt, 8bonld nddrctk Frank J. Itced, Gen. Pass. Agt , K. II. llacon, I)U. i'uss. Agl, Vlco-Pre- W.U. McDoel, Charles II. Mpr. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. & Hen most given up, hut was brought hack to In Amrlcju perfect health by Chnmberlain's Co ic, The greatest Flthliu (Jroun-iall I the id ui t HieliUiKlf nruinlvt n,r On Cholera and Diarrhoea liciucdy. exKriMivU. MlttM, .MuiiaUonKt like and I'ul-trnceiiuut of mr extreme age nnd 111 are ilrcaJy I'ltlnu wH, tlitie.irly In tbf hcitlt'li. t will oi Iir.Ml IIIHEDITOIIIAL. Thii cxcuraluti will clve a tileti Jltl uMiriuu (From tho Times, Ilillstillc, Va.) lly or a welv' ctiuilngor flblnn trip, fur tho?, I mfleretlwiih diarrhoea for a long timo whoeuloT ihs itrt. kvr Infurmatlun rfirJlna liott-- accouiutmlatloat Hoping such huslnm rrlatlom will prura mutualIwrtb uuu iiiougiii i was past being cured ly iMeu.tttflal and .ltaunt. I tloui etc, call on yourncarwt C. II. A I), Aent, Ileglniitug at to , u., on the premise, oifer had kpent much time and money and isuf to tne uigiie.t auu oot inuuer niisi.cTuias. D. G. KDWAItDS, fered bo much misery that I had almost nr rASM co:?7aisimo 2:0 ACKES, J.J Wllllauit, decided to give up all hopes of recovery Pass. Traffic Mgr., Cincinnati, O. and await the result, but noticing tho J.S. tUslrjr, Sr., Of aplendld land, situated 011 the Iluatnn-vlll- e William liuocb. of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi, Si HradforUsvlllu pike nbout two tulles A. n. I sriwuLr, era and Diarrhoea Kemedy and also home W. II. Cuunulnr, West of Ilustouvllle. The farm Is well J. V.. I.ymi, testimonials Elating how some wonderful tertd and luiimitud S. II. flunka nUlliigof a Urge urick'dwefllng. gixxl barn cures had been wrought hy this remedy, .J. I'. Cash, In excellent and necetMiry outbullillnt... all I decided to trv It After takliiL' n f. J. K Owaler. repair. There are mven never-fallidoses I wan entirely well of that trouble, onirniw. spring nil the ulace anil the land nil lu a and I wleh to say further to my remlem high atuto of cultivation. At the suinn time S. II. Slianka, Trr.ldrnt.1 nun mat I am a bale and itn.l plneo 1 will also sell iirirnnaltv, conJ.II.Ovslsy.t'asblrr. hearty man nnd eel as null as I M.llrlgbt, sisting of Horse L'attlo and running ever did in my Hfo O. It. Mooro. hold I win hiso seii o' oy LraigiV llocier, UrugglsU. rt 01 iinibs.reu i,anu attheaiiui- tlnu n.i'J pliice NATIONAL BANK a Terms made Lnown oil day of sale. It hilling boon established that doc. 1L H. Tl'OK'nil, , Or KV. tors carry dlseafo microbes in their llu.loi.vllic Ky, T. D. Cnu'lsj, Auvt'r whtskorn, tho emperor of Germany has CijdUlStcek 5100,000. Surphi, 817X23 El PUBLIC SALE OF decreed that nil doctors must go 11 I . Snow Islands ki 1 ln tl Solioits Your Bank tea-to- WcdiieHday,Scpt. tlicGllt, Account, J. T. SUTTOW, Hnstonvillo, Uruisartnlcor. - Kentucky Offers his sertlcw to lb ..pl. ofWaat UinUj and CaaayrouiitlM. ullalock ol Coilbsaud Cass. lUalwaraou baud V. a. Carnir, Uanagar. 5 Mason Hotel Uiucastcr, taoio. MIIS. U. D.HIMl'SON, I'ror.. "ssssssssssa ng luiiow-guucrer- s ., ssMa,.v lirst-claw- j. Keutucky. Dl.lls.liU J'ortere bO . y 1 Averyiuiug , .. " iuuos nil irailia. 111 - m FIRST Just Like a -11 Mill. STAM-OUD- Soutliem Railwau TIIK UIUJ'Q u GKEffiST SYSTEM. PENETItATKs Through Sleeping Gars THREE DAILY TRAINS W. A. TUltIC, 0, r. A., WaaUlnglcn, V. 0. W.li. TAY1V0E, A. O. P. A. louli illf, K ami tbe (luulitv of all drugs Ufcd U of a EIGHT STATES vur; blgU grade. EeatucUv, Tenuesten, VlrInU, Ceorela Tlie physician' success In tbe treat- oril. pumu vuruuua, iuriu auu Mlwlaaiopl. Alauauia, Two C. A. O paaaonger train collided tnent o( dltBcuIt cate it dcnduul on the at Donton and Engineer Whecldon and purity nnd iititdmeiM o( 'tlio drugs. Have Itoblnson, of Lexington, woro killed hi orderi tilled hero and the ritull will v and Fireman Walker wa aenounly bo highly BitUfactor)'. Uelwecn IxjuUtIIIo uafl the South. hurt, but tbu paaaeneurti ccancd ex Come to See Us. cept a atiake up. GREAT a a A NAllKOWtXJAl'i:. Thankful word, written hjr Jlra. Ada R. Utrt.ot laavii wnu a naiicuia wntch ui I u ui. ...M ivuu tourin aua dujIIv I'llualul la Cuiisuujiitluu lu.lvr ui I .....I.I 111. ...In.. l,t' uus .1 ... .. " 1. jrave "ul l M. !.... suori .s niraillUII tOUlv hTt(jr. it.triii!nfc.l iiiii. IMM..lTn..i slay with lur Men la un earth. 1 aould iu.it hit a iwai uuri aboia. My husbtud waa adrlMd to gel Coughi and Odd. I Kr ft atrial, took 'lu all aula iMriila. It h.i .iirM.i,iiM ....1 .... v ,t...i ' . am b.v.1 .n.l in. iv - W..11 u...i 1... 1.1 Irlal bntlta Iroa at Tinny" Wrui( Ijioiv. lUaular slae Wceuu aud J, l.uarautwl reluudud. Farm And Personalty. This Institution originally astabllskaj as lbs) ! posit Hank ol Stanford lu tL Natloua) llauk te, thru reorganized 1105 iuii, i. ki tr The CompoiiutUii Ulcdlclncs. Is done with absolute l'UKSOlUl'TIOX accuracy ol lu our If uolwldprltanly) 0a Tuesday, September 12, '99, IWIanlng will S'.'ll t 'ilerk,ih.rp 01: lUprmils.. I ublicljr to th lil.liest aud lw.1 hldtitr lb ikim iiij.H aa a good thing for farmer aud I pledge liberal transaction awl full ta.,ivi.i m.. .... rvorsanlicxl as lb tint National Hank ol Stanford coiiio from Dudderar'. Dlx uiMr iTolIei Will, and art! tlUllltia rililU. a In IBM, his had practically auunluterrupttd iln lelephouu No. t,i, eucefor It yeaia. It la bailer supplied now will of Stanford lu and again UM-cla- ,. '?." SJon'WIiwUitiiilCorn rtd'. Kvchauge In Ww. Daughert to '. "ho,, j inbtanfoidauugetliiexchuhgo liour a3 !l;lt,M,Un? " buyrinur. Meal. Phi,,. ..-., av f . UV1S r ui u,ea.ln..al ..ua.Usuan uuy Where limn. la all I ak. I Ullaie n.v .,......... Jo! ... J DlU'AUTilKNT - Kadi way between Loulavllle and Lexlugtoo TIUTTIlKUlimtiG lltAH.HIlt; ,ou use4Ir King' Tills. lboUMi.daorsun.rtra havo iou. i1 "'.'lurr '""'"ur Mk and Ncrroua iiui. (.idthi aud slroug uerrtfiud hullJ un iwur tiwltb, IUy tu liy llifu. "UlT W isV. Mou Uik If not cured touvjr I'tonr, VniftM. - a m Penny's Drug Store. 'UsUlMi 'ruiuuUf VWM.KAJP ii,H.n ',ii ltwUf Would oiil.kljr leave you. If "- -- il J n klf U ii TA91Ua Is 1U X 41 UR.tALllMUt, Usl ttftULfUf tt frovtifc. Mr atMt btlr UiSlafa I urar ilia Djiislll aud htaaford It la a uuinlwr and ladlrldualiaoltclled. lurunlkr. lu euil n.tuhliorhoi having an ahundsnr of water ousiotk f4ru, uiTtru.lllngspilug.uud gw.l tltlrrn. UIKICTOSI. H.story trk-'a- , 0 lwrnj. klu Jan laniiy, cellar. 3 K. lUld. Llucoln Co.; J, W. lUfdtn, Stanford iioiibtia, also twog'iol slock auj looacto taius, ! huusa uuiut nous, tcjouuiru m m lanu, aud B. II, Ikiugbuiau, " Is wall aliuatwl, I S.T.llarrla, gool k'nc tig. 1h mldauce will aUo kill t.p. um, J.B.Uockrr, Stock, Crop, HoMjehcli And Kitchen Far W. A. Trlblila, W.CWaltoa " nituro, CnnslsllagofgorlOliorsii, 1 stallion, Quinine H. J, li;Colller,Crao Orcb'd M. J, Miller, Mt.Verr.oo ir,i.Hc,na i u?si a g.iniujf., mail aui uoir., luiplvuiauli auu grulini aboit-bir- u too M , O.EIuiort, Stanford, isitl. and farm liuuieruua to uieunon. I ottered la two parcels and than Tula laud will orricin. M t whol and the hid auitel that all! ylald ilia uioat uanty. 1 arias libera aud (My, and mads i 8. IlMkcr, i'roaldaat) J. i, McltoUrta Cuatir. known oil day of alh a, iv, ruiiii. T, V, LDgllsb vuut. A. A, McKluoar AadsUut Csbier. etuioluuillk, tha foruiff Unui cf Ula lloklu,ileD,ra S. 'IMi and others. laltlIIVlll.4. Uuluiu n. 2 K.rm lunlitna UOauia. sl'tatld twu uilies south Bonnlo Brook Stock Farm, 2t UcUltlas for tranaactlng huslursa pruuiplly and lhauerer before la Ita long aud hooorallt career. Accounts ol Individuals, dduiUrU,uruif H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanpoki), Ky., In Receiving hie, Spring & Kuiuiuer GoocIh. Goods Warranted. lit GuaranteecC Give Him a Call. - - "