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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 8, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899090801_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 8, 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. Ji SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. 'U DAY. SKH'KMUKK 8. I 9. VOL. XXVIII. IS!)!) 10 A. M. mid cniiiliinatiiin liu-ii- NO. integrity mid leiincioti- - htiMiu O.) STANFORD A ! L Crown Jewel in the Diadem of the Great Kentucky Blue Grass Country. Backed By a Rich Agricultural Section And Vast Belts of Timbered Lands. Offers Grcntor Inducements Co (he Manufacturer Than Any Other Enluml City in theSttc.', llor Wntur Works, School, Cil Sitturnii lllur.trlo Light, Splundld limikH mid Oritur lintnrpriMin Muku it n Vury Doitirablo Placu For a llomn. I)) ). Walton's Opera House Block. It - our Imii -- I there i not ti city in hor-- e a ftudv, mid of hainllinj:. (Jood lock of cattle, wiiie and arc seen on nearly every farm. To endeavor to write all that relative to event-- , of L.ncoln county, would take paire-o- f -- pace mid till he only partially chronicled. A the purpo-- e of - to in a clear, forciftil way how the rcnur-cc- of the county, home folk- - mu-- t pardon u- - tor the hriefne-.- - of our hi torical iiieiitiou. Lincoln the honored of hein' one of the thiee countie-int- o which Kentucky wa- - ilivided in the year 1711. Since then a numlier ofcotintic" have heen fnr11n.1I from it. 1 lie inline wa- - "iveii 111 honor of (Jen. lSeiijaniiii Lincoln. u --thi-U.--- of the gentlemen have -, Figuratively fjieaking each grown up in the Iiegiuiiing nt the lowe-- t rung- - of clerk-hi- p mid Iv the practice ot economy mid heing nt- dutie.-- , tentive to have elevated tliein-elve- to the highe--t place in Lincoln cntnitv'.- of -i. lii. emii i Populated A People of Culture und Noted for Their Mospi-Inlit- rie laken into excel Stanford Sketch of Our flute rpriiiiin business Men. the Mate, TiaiE PAST uflSTID 2?22ESE!2SrT The fair little :ijiit:il citv of t it- - liirllj coin county, which witiic--c- d m the old colonial dav- -, mill niniii-li-aged in n wildi-mcountry, den-le- y then Kipulat(d liy n uomndic tiiiculuut race, now show- - it- - elf prcciation of every advancement, mi niisciv of the futuro. prophetic of Lin-par-K-mlitl -'. Stanford U located iii the northern of Lincoln- - count), iiml fnmi it year- liirtli, more tlian u -- leady and henllhv n- growth, Immiijt cl:i otl jinnuijr tin-that haw with-to- d of storm- - that hover in thi' pathway ofprogrcs-- . -ci'-al- Never having liceu cur-i- l by pa modie Immiiii- - that licticiou,jiii the budding spring time, when pioK'rty values, the fluid litt e eily)rardcn. are lilnhiiiir witli fragrant jllowcr.-- , when tlie air - iiichuiged mil piniidly look luck over a bu-ihe who life with lint few failure- - to dot her I with Gisl'- - own attar of liar-no- t n l ami they, in reality.! live- - in Stanford Iiml- imp the true en-- o oil uionv with true geniu-- . In summer lieing fnilun-i- n filTfe may diive in tVnin hut, ilii-t- v the term. hi- -i inhuliiutiit-- i road- - or glaring turnpike- - to r The present nunilier of upon the vnrd and lawn-- , U.tMiQ. men o thrift and lluint have troni time to time t wtil with a lieh growth of lilne opened their door- - t new outerpri-c- s '!!", relievul here and there by of (lower- - anil ornamental pinted eitlen- - have llllide thi- - el Vf(ty ititlu- - tue-- . nat.il and otlc ' ' place their hoiiie. wealth) mid hnllfan- Hut it - in the humi-hci run uitial people have trim ti' inuiiii.ttiil In. i lirtli ntaiid t ni.it autumn that Manfonl wears her lov-tt .. tl. r lic- -t garment- Then even maple muni- - linn imiiii ati m -y, him-elfiow-I'lllilie -U-dd, d 1 i, in henutitul home and the Slate. er hou-- e now and cleared the eommainliti hloek"; a stroll cane and nii-e- d email eroji of corn, anoiiii:i: is.ut. i:oai) ill iiiiv direction in the eethey were not alone long, other A nmveineiit - now on tout which - j:reeteil with tion. one joined them, mid a log fort in Staiifcu.l " home temple-- , wheie Imppii- K- mid j'""1 wa- - huilt mid named St. With-iii'thi :,lll,lll(,i" jnink line liiilway. eeni to lei-- n -- upiviiie. '" with d A ciew of urveyor- have ju-- t re ni'.'ht'lall, tin-- . vvMl' 'illi"1;,'' ''v 'Urvuy through out day and night to watch for the lighted .ai I ire L'lwul hi the pie-- coining of Indians Gen. Logan cneeotMiiiiin-.'lov.i- l while from ,ll're' i""1 ''' ,!lL l"'.icct and hi-- i hmve follower.--. afar lloat-ovthe aml.ieiit air the, P,il"wl M'" " nmterialie. a liranch The old St. spring (that ' ,V,m' ,lll! n;i t i Southern, will, in inll-iesid, let fweet. lioti of "Mv " niiich of the water now, for al1 pro!wlilitic. he huilt. Old kentucki Home.the city) wa- - reached liy a tunnel, What - the ino-- t iii.pn ive tea- TIMIii:ir. which provid the Nilvminii of tho-- e - the exemplitieatiou , Hire to a . who in the l.anaek no mean- - exhau-te- d during . .. in th Kentucky ol itv a the long Indian iege. in the vear K'c.iou Mate, , ntr . that Iin- - pread the name ,ll!,t . eoiintv - now hippiii;: of 177i. ot the L'raml oidMate to the , and fame In thi- - i tie we iire-ei- it the picture '""re luinlier lo- -. wit;i.ii and i pei- utmo-- t part- - nt the iiilmhitnhle L'lohe. of an old shot pouch, powdei ganger material than auv other eountv in 1' . . We deem it no lircach ot etiquette to "" ' t!lU- , - 'o u ' dv he -- 'en and candle snuffer that were ot the coiintrv can i,(l,.. miv that ii" ,u" !l ,UM"', workin indti-tr- v the fort, al-- o the walkiii" cane of claim a citieii-lii- p more vulttiiitl. ,' 111 thrive :. anv -- eetion of the Samuel Urigg-- , one of Gen. LiH'anV . tlioroiiL'lilv than . 11 ociate.-- . :11m to av, there thev that claim Lincoln eountv not one of any impoi tiiiu-- to lie found, of the old re HeiiiK mi: (I.AY- -. fjiine, thc-- e trait- - are inherited, lieinjr thu.-- natural, they are highly appre-fiatei- l. In and around Stanford are .Mint depo-- it of very tine elav-- . uitahle for in. ... iiii.itiniitii t.iitiiifii.s ... -' ' me iiianumeture ot ewer pipe not fml are farahove the averajie; t..,..-- . tilii... ...,.1 ...........I l.,.;..i- ,. from a Milendid "railed free -- ehool, 1, ., i.:..i the .Acellent Stanford I'Vmale Colle-- e. dinary hrick makintr. the only clay far faiucil fur it- - pro- - ji,du-tr- y an in the county, hoine. lincmy in wink, lieu1 tind- liu-iti11 -n in Ueiijainin Logan with like sent- - jieater ni'iiiiieiit for theii .ue- - Michael Gala-p- y erected a ee than any other inland town in hut near where the that worke hi t'u nf iiciiiiif.ictiiiiiij ooiifi rii- -. mid pre- - ("Jen. a lo-- r water pow- 'r olitain-eonteiitiue- h. -- Ainhi-the-hmlow-- -- po-ti- re-id- pre-eiit- ly The -- enior menilier of the firm, Mr. vv. II. Iligtrin-- , lietiiiii to lay the foundation of hii career twei -ty even yiari ago after clerking for four year-wit- h Sevenuicc - Milkr; later he founded. the pre-eIt wa- - then at the early age of 14 that Mr. V. II. McKinney, the junior iiiemlivr of the firm, entered ihe hou-- e a- - a general utility clerk, and Miigu-Ja- r to that he in time followed the identical foot.-teof Mr. HigL'in-- , and wa- - admitted to partner.!iip in 1S!, forming a firm in the true the lf term, made nipti. In the conduct of their they utilize nearly l.',(1((i Mjuare feet 'of floor -pace and much of their good- - occu- - V pie- - crowded ti;irteri. The principal showing grocerie- -, vehicle-- , farm n a 1 ehineiy mid implement-- . In th.- -e special lilies they carry in stock any everything that enumerates under the -s -nt hii-in- e. pof-ehtt-iii- e- er A-a- fur-ni-h- al special head. The tore - located on the Xorth West corner of Depot and Main street. -- ..... ii-ii- lio-pi- tn ", -- :.! 1 re-id- -- -- u-- ;' ,.',,. !l'l i""ii. -- The main liti;iiie.--s department double room with otliee centrally located on the r.iiol floor. Thi- - room is joined to the duplicate stock nxfii and warehoti-- e to the rear, liy a lar'e doorwav. The waiehou-- e - a verit. "''li? lce hive of varied ttock, heing with tann ma- ,ar?cly repre-ente- u vehicle-- , iniplements and liravy hardware. In farm machinery, -- t.tn'.i. -- 1 11 fffffffffHltfllf . IBm Court-Hous- e. - llamini: ' lZAMfiffafIT3 Lincoln County ami a ulli-t- nt .01111111111111 ' a- - the burning gold and every ycamoie by St. creek, that wend- - it- - way like mid The ciigiavingr of liu-iliiiililii.g-- , a- - how in other a silvered Jthn ad through the city, column-o- f do not compri-- o shows its lure white boughs like maall of either, or the elected lwt of iden, in a choral dance lifting their any, hut are representative of each. snowy arms to heaven. The street-o- f Stanfoid me all finely macadauiicd They tue sketched lecauo of their chaiacter and heauty, uith excellent paving stone that e has bountifully depo-ite- d s hut in leservefor the me at our very doois, mid many of the btisinis-block- s of similar scenes just a- - haiid-om- e in their deft trimmings attest mid since Adam mid Kw looktil to the building (jualitiis of thi- - adahack with fund regret mid love upon mantine lime formation, that is given the fair paradi-e- , fioin which they had hi little commercial attention. To take up the juo-ai- e mid wheie they had hecn haiii-hc- il side of Stan-four- s life, the business interests are spent the tii t vear of their earthly deserving of more than lives; it has heen inunV lot to love notice, I'lysscs, the ideal-lieaof the and it ha- - been our plca-ui- e under it for twenty separate heading in this (Sleeks, though to pay long vears in scenes: of battle, was nev- them our compliments ami also to tho-- e er able to fin get the smoke that curled wedeeni worthy in neighboring towns. Here large mercantile stocks are nlxivc, his vine mid tig tree in Ithaea-h- is island home, where vvajtcd. his wife carried mid 1110- of the business men and only son, Such U the feeling ot are progressive and active, Using evevery nice, mid in our own little city ery energy to make unit hold the trade that consti- of thiii community and contigious teru civic pride is tutes a loyal purpose, and when we ritory. C'oiuK'titiou in all lines thus niakinga splendid drawing say that Stanford is one ot the best and ino-- t beautiful cities in the .State, card. In uch ti are our iner trained, tlmt mctinpolitan it - without the slightest thought of chants uriogaiice, but to our mind- - congi 110s stores are erected mid stocks eanicd (act-- . a wonder to the transient visitor. ahu-h- people ha- - ot (oid loving, heen fuimed -- in -- 11 e, -- icpic-entati- na-ti- n vi-it- do-en- siih-tauti- I pa--i- d ah-ei- -t -- Alilttrtl.-.l'ltlThe' many, kniutiful eliuieh eililie.- -! p In rarniin hedeck' our in price and true1 tell a Henthai ..r ......-...i;..;..n. ,.,,i, iiiniiin-., ...v.... excellent in mtaiitv. Lincoln eountv. ui..,-- . ..,,11. . . idiicoiiient- - to oiler n in clitrioit- - cir- - ll;- - il" d Hon of allhir-ei-- tat few towni-ii- i the State can miy eetion nf iH.imtiy in the Tinted tate.--. Ihe thriviii'' Gerinaii settle lwp:i- -t ll.'i thai i, on a tail' from Sta- ford. men of the mc:t. Illlt tew mili in r i ut. of the well There .n iUV .vct fi" 1,()l1" "f virgin land-- , ini- -- oeieticof nearlv everv Nvnt kiiidtiiid favor here which eemeuu-- - prtivo.1 and unhiipn.vi.l. that can be purehu-e- d liguiv-- . ut The tin .: d fellowship of the men. Higgi.ii, &. - what might properly be l'le s."'" frm- - in the valley s n'111' l''1' State iirlliiil- -, and a modern city, as it enjoy- - the "' of an excellent electric maiiil fancy price per neie. HIGfiXNS & .ncKENEY, principal nwds in the county plmit, one of the finest water liJit woik-i- n ihe.eountry. and a splendid i'" piked, but one will find 110 toll THE sewerage, both natural and awiiiinil. "itc. "The Pike n re Tr.e" Along thebfautifiil diiveway--- . farm Mammoth Store of Lincoln ofier to the. The advantages it ha-t- o house, gem- - ot splendor, fence- - made investor are iiiaiijfnld to County. .nek build- manufacturing cutciprit. facilitiiw are in injS me to be elieoliuteicd. The Hniullc Cvcrydiino In Farm In cereal-- , good crop- - me to be had the South lvance of many town-i- n rVInchlnifry, ImplcmrntH, Vc mid a movement i. now on font that in all natal to the temperate zone; a hlctco, Hardware 7tnd will bring to our eon tine- - another fruit failuie - a condition of circumCroccrles. which will place stances entirely unknown to Lincoln trunk line county. Stanford in the front rauki of de-iStieces. to very large extent in sax k i:ai-i.(- i. location- -, mid an enter able factory ilepeuds upon everv branch ot liu-iIs engaged in to a large extent, prise ol auv kind will meet with a the intelligent profieienev which in- on the part of our Lincoln county being the home of volves a thorough practical knowledge hemty No finer hoises citizens', to make their liii?iiic.-- i a suc- the tiioioiigh-lire- d. of all the minute details embraced me rai-c- d in the State than tho-- e hied cess t'lerein. Combining the-- e charactcii-- farm-,- " . it may seem, Stan- - on our "blue gra they being . . - . As tic- ill such 1111 eininent uegiee anil .' tho-- e . that make racing1 onl is, practical v speaking, destitute favoriti.-wit- h a verv extensive tnule; Z 2 and J. the Hiiual aL'L're''ate of which - a verv tS9KMir7S9ilMRflAU I lsii'iiilie:inl item in the " f'TTT I'enenil total of ' 'B wmm-&the city's coiumcice, the largo mercantile hou-- e of Iliggiu- - iV Mclxinncy prominent space in mti-- t be accorded in the-- e column-- , eipially prominent fact, to that which it holds in the Hptare business among its contemporWhat miiiio noted retail e aries. are to metropolitan cities, that have gained the most extensive reputation and become headquarters for their spirial line-- , that of Higgi.is &. McKinney is to Sfunfonl and the country contiirious to her. The history of this hou-- e mid the, ..:.:.... ..I'll,,, iiu'.ii ivtin ii. " " flestimes, bring out a splendid les-o- n ai to what ti young man may acooiii- Iplish in lifebyadheiingtoprinciplesot. -land-chea1 -- .. "" ch-ili- s- - 'e McKinney Block. tlie list - headed liv ''( the d wi.i'ld wide mowere -, faiiiiui- - Ch'ii.ipioi, reaper-an- 'flu iiupleiiieiitlialliiitiiNliice-totheeyu-- siib-tanti- al -- 111 r- 11 ,.' al ... - sTi&mmsmt ismmmmFZi en the In n tlie Su perior di-- o grain drill and other nov- reltie- - of late innovation. In vehicle. thei handle a nice line of huggie- - and carriages and the renowned Studeba-k- er ami Capital wagon- -. The heavy hantu.ii'c compo-e- d ot sundry tock-, eiuiiracing black.mith's of all kind-- , plumber's nood... . . : u,'"" I!!"' """"tn ttm'. .l'''ing wi.e, heavy tiling, pump, scale.--, etc. Thev al-- o sell the celebrated Ox and Miami Valley brand- - of feitilizer- - and a huge Hue. of field and garden seed- -. The sale.- - 100m proper - elegantly furnished with hardwood fixtures, which with the great selection of shelf haul-war- e and groceries, blends the rich coloring of perfect picture of purpo-e.-. ware-i--ee-p-jilie. 11 pro-perity. practically everything farm for agrictilt.u-a- l The firm enj iys a reputation for honesty mid worth limited only to tne extent of their acquaintance. The lino personality of the firm member-an- d the colo-stock congies., rings to the hou-- e a business from far out n.ijoimiW couut.es. boc.ally as ... " hV,u" , .. , . ' c"'- .'win ..viii iieoiii nieinhors of the I'rcshytcrimi church. al 1 tahli-htiieu- ts .... -- o-- tiuttiiisohiiimi jiiup.u'iii: WmiMqiiliklvt.awwtt Utiw uml .X ,,1-n- l.llo I'llU. i .1, ir 'J iiuii-an- toiuju.i sJ.11, i.uiM. nuke lur urrt lmv blMsl tfiij ismh 'm. ...ur sul )r Kins'. irra iiatei.rov iin MvilVi .roc Bb,hi,,,' Uilk ItTliWl &UI..1 uj .vruu The Interioi Journal Office. THE McKINNEY CANNING CO. One ot Lincoln Gountu's Best Industrial Enterprises. fts Makes a Spoclalty oF Conning Hi&hQ-- i I o general merchant of McKinney, ken of cltcwheru In this lusno. They iiro men that have demonstrated them selves to be public spirited and merit well tho suci'css they are having. They nre each members of the Mutonlc and Maccubeo secret societies, Mr, Tanner, being the Mnoter of tho McKinney Matnnle lodge No. 6.11, aiid Keeper of Records and Seals In tho Mnccabccs. Dime for a Button, Dollar for a Rip. P, rH Wo uro iirritlwnja found Imstllng fur something good for our rm lower. James Frye, I 2 U u HOW IS THIS ? iriw-every copy of this warranty Wool Trourt nt 12 2.', ii'M You iiinv Imv n pitlr of liiclir For every mitfii :i,2. or ?:i TA nnd cir llieni for two moulds dt-billion llmt conies oil we will imy yon 10c If they rip nt the wnlMlinml we wilt pay you .Vic If tliev rip In the seal or Itriiirinlivr the name. w. will imv vim l or Hive you n new pnlr 1)1" Tell Tit JUSIIIIS We are tole agents. B CD 31 -i A these goods r poiilve gunranlri A in Mark nml while li.ickn the duritliilily of purrhfiier, Second !n population to the town of Stanford, in Lincoln county, I McKinney, situated on the Cincinnati Admit tod bo Ono Tlio Southern, R. R. In this onterprlsing Mont Progronnlvo Mor-chnn- tft little city Is found one of tho chief in of tluaton-v.ll- o, dustries of tho county, tho McKinney Canning factory, which was erected In Ky the year ot lS'.l.i, and to the fanner of Hustonville bo.iMs of being one of that favored community, It hut proven the first bus'ness points to establish In to bo a fnctor of Importance. and to look East to of Q o o 3 -- o p I W 18 P P U BBiimJ ''?tB McKinney Flouring McKinney Roller Mills, A Mill, IY1. P. WARE, Thriving Industry oF City. that One of the Enterprising McKinney is not the larpest town in the county but cnullences in enterprise those that boast of their population. Kmblematicof progress in this rival manufacturing town of the county is the McKinney Holler Mill, a 75 barrel capacity plant, that has built 11 trade that necessitates their crindin? day and night to care for the orders. The y structure, mill building is a situated directly opposite the Southern Railway depot. The mill was erected some few years atjo by Mr. Tanner, becoming the property of the present proprietor two years ago when $3,000 worth of new and most perfect machinery wa9 installed, the old reels giving way to the universal bolters and other changes being made equally as modern. was completWhen the ed it was pronounced by experienced men to be one of the finest flouring mills for its size in the State, and the great demaud made for Its product illustrates the popular verdict of those who have used the McKinney flour. The proprietors are Mr. E. D. Kennedy and .1. B. McKinney, who have spent the greater part of their lives in the business of farming, Mr. McKinney still being thus engaged, the mill being superintended by Mr. Kencedy. Each of the gentlemen, citmen are moral, high-tonizens that any community might well be proud to possess. Mr. Kennedy Is master of the Masonic lodge at Hustonville and master of the Maccabee lodge In McKinney. four-storover-hauling ed Merchants of The pioneer merchant of McKlnnev is Mr. F. M. Ware, who has been enThe soil in tbe McKinney section of gaged in general merchandising at that the county seems to be particularly place for a period of 20 years, und cona business second in ex- suited to the cultivation of tomatoes, ducts Imparting a flavor peculiar In richness, tent to no concern of tho kind in the and a yield that brings greater returns county. It Is highly probable that a greater number of square feet ol floor to tbe soil tiller, than any other Is used by Mr. Ware than any one othDuring the canning season, they er concern in this section. The busi- employ from 75 to 100 hands dally in governs a general stock, embracness the factory, and li the fields many ing all that Is needed by a progressive more find steady work. The wages people. It Is said that at his place can paid are exceptionally good and naturgoods as excellent In quality be found ally tne "bard times," the cberUhed and as low in price as In any other mart hobby ot tbe pessimist, seems to have ot like character. He is also engaged In been relegated from the community ot buildthe drug business in a separate McKinney. ing from the general store, Mr. J".' H. Tbe factory Is located along tbe side Vanhook having charge. of the "Southern R. R ," and In its ap One of the most beautiful and best pointments, Is lilted with the best ma blue-grafarms in the county belongs chinery known to the art of machine Mr. Ware. This Is an excellent to ss K. L.TAN.i:it. canning. piece ot property, containing 203 acres, Cleanliness in every part of tho facIs Improved In a modern fashion and tory, Is one of the more noticeable featown of lies close to the borders of the tures, the negative of the general rule, McKinney. Faniy stock raising of all kinds, as well as diversified cereal cul tivation, Is the order of business on the farm. He is a member of the Masonic Se cret Society, a Knight Templar and of the Maccabees. He Is also a member of the Baptist church. Kentucky, Central in. to the trade emporium of Jh. Fryo today, one will agree that the foresight of the venerable founders of the town t. v.i not unfounded of For more than 100 jears thorn Inn existed in Hustonville u mercantile For the luck ot railroads the town hut never grown, other thnn a llrst rule country trndo center. Thu enterprise Unit some of the merchants IHirlruv, hus been tho nucleus th.il vlllc with the olninlties old H inland town of the State As u fair representation of this manifestation of push nnd energy, tho nnnui of James Fryo becomes Indelibly iisjoolir ted. A representative of thu l.NTKH- of pulIOK JnuitN.W. hud tho pleu-ur- o ing Hutonville a visit during the past week, and wu- - ngreeably surprised it l tho magnitude of tradu temples. Liko nil towns, however, there a.o leaders, and by classing Mr. Frye as one of tho leaders. If not the leader, we feel confident thai no error will be committed. Mr Frye hns been a merchant of Hustonvllla since the year ot lS'.H), and slr.ee then tho opulacc of that thrifty community have many reasons to be thankful to Mr. Frye. His three spacious business rooms contain one of tho largest general slocks in the country, being arranged In department fashion, every department being a store within Itself. Not only has he placed In the easy reach ot all. a great variety of goods, but It Is said, that tbe low prices, for which Hustonville is credited, originated and are maintained in this establishment. Mr. Frye, prior to engaging In business there, was for a number of years connected with coal mining at Helen-wooTenn.. and from that pursuit to merchandising at Mt. Salem, being at the later placo seven years. Ho Is a member of the high order of Masonry and a worker In the Christian church. rc-ul?. hti-til- PQ u a -l . - - j p -"' A p, r-- l -- , Dutchess Trousers Aone'-- B CD o bd ct-- O r 08 i for f fani 'o -r--3 A O 13 PQ Every pair warranted, anil sold under the famous Money Ai i SI P b O r a rH u Guarantee. Durability, Fit all of and Workmanship the best. Try a pair. 1IC. P Ur MfM. it l M. The Louisville Store. Dime for a Button;Dollar for a Rip. a Watch this space next r rk. We are preparing a ichrdiile of prices that wld more all Summer floods T hty wont b carried ocr P P H CASH & UlCCLURE, Fine stooK Farm flt fluciion - ! At a'lminUtniUir with (b wltt tilJJrr, at thC4Hjrt'liuu- lur to If.u,i.vAi, HarrtU1urtc. t Mri-r- lit to the blu-trcwunty, Ky , uu ol bri h F $teele, m m W. A. REYNOLDS, DRUGGIST, General Merchants of Wednesday, Sept. 13, '99, at 12 O'clock Sharp, The farm of the late Nat. Lafon, ConTurnersville, taining 440 Acres. Now Occupy Their New ing. Build- iBaKfl&'.aBBBBBBBBBBBKSW 3aH General Merchant ot Hustonville. In speaking of the enterprlslhg merchants ot Hustonville, it would be an unpardonable error to omit mention of ibe gentlemen whose names caption this brief article. By birth Mr. Steele Is a Casey coun-tlawhere he resided for a number of years. In the year of KsW, he began mercantlling in Hustonville, and as to whether he has been a successful business man or not, one has to only look within his business hive and at tho splendid i ealty that he owns, to con elude in the atllrinative. Ho has one of the largest btores to embellish tho town of Hustonville and a trade in accordance. Tho character of goods is very much as a civilian expressed it any thing from a cambric needle to a saw mill and easily as low in prlco as can be found In that locality. One of the unique as well as interesting bits of history connected with this establishment Is that tho house occupied bait serviced a mercantile business for more than 100 years, being one of the first business structures erected in ibis part of Kentucky. Then Lincoln county was very much ot a wilderness, the building being erected at a cross roads in the woods, and was known as tho ''New Store." Goods wero wagoned from Louisville and other river points. It Is claimed that this Is the oldest business house In tho State. Directly across the street from Mr. Steele's store Is tho Vendome Hotel, a modernly equipped hostolry, presided over by Mrs. I. F. Steele. She modestly proclaims for the Vundoino,thu traveling men's homo and endeavors to carry out her assertion by furnishing as good as the best In tablo faro and rooms furnished far above the average hotel. Electric bells lead from every room to the ofllco and ovcry wish of the traveler made known Is catered to. When In Hustonville call on Mr. Steele, be will f tell you all about it. n, Junction City, Ky. The only exclusive drug store In Junction City, is conducted by tho gentleman whose name captions this Twenty three years ago he be came a protege of Capt. A. S. McGror-tnow a retired druggist of Danville, Ky. He served u three years' apprenticeship under this able druggist and then took a college course, graduating from the Louisville College ot Pharmacy. On his own account ho began to sell drugs at Shelby City, continuing In business there for seven years when ho established a business in Junction City,, where for 14 years ho has presided over ono of the most liberally patronized drug houses of Boylu county. The building occupied by Mr. Reynolds is 20x00 feet in urea, 2 stories high, the second floor being a repository of duplicate stocks. Tho store Is well stocked with all that comprises a first class drug store, a large line ot dispensing and proprietary medicines and the endless number of drug sundries, such as toilet articles, fancy soaps, perfumes, novelties, cutlery, jewelry, paints, oils, window glass, etc. The popularity of this house brings to it a trade from a great scope of territory, people having long since learned that without competition, goods cost no more here than at other places. Prescription tilling is one of the house's specialties, and looked after In a careful, sclontillo way. Mr. C. L. Evans, a graduate pharmacist, and excellent young man, assists In tho business and brings to the house additional confluence. Mr. Reynolds is u member of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association, was vice president ot that august body during tho, year of lS'JS, Uls faith In the upbuilding ot Junction City Is well plighted, In bis recent building of u magnificent residence, said to be one of th,o Unest in the county of Hoylo, Mr, Reynolds Is a most estimable gentleman, a citizen of worth. y, e. I si. uTi. l Try.- - .. . T. OIL K. of such KSTIv Institutions. Nut a ound of products Is allowed to enter the factory, proper, beforu undergoing it rig-I- d Inspection, inferior slock being thrown out. In tho soveral departments over seers are numerous and the result ol caretulluess is the acme of perfection, The Institution is superintended by the proprietors in person, and nothing escapes their vigllunce, that will in any way retrograde their wares In pub lic favor. Tho proprietors uro natives of McKinney neighborhood and are active, young business men. Mr. Tanner is of tho linn of Tanner it Son, wide-awa- Turnersville Is located on tbe Ston-foand. Hustonville pike, at the Intersection of the McKinney pike. Turnersville has been a trading place and pjslatlicc for many yeurs und conduces of ti tbe wants of a great area of country, Lincoln tho most fertile regions county. For years tho commercial life of Turnersville In mode of conduct was as archaic as the parasitic germ of could wish. Since Jan. 1st, this year, the order ol business lias uecn re versed and In the Cash A: McCluroston an up-t- o date establishment Is found They carry a general llnu of goods, such as Dry (ioods, Clothing, Shoes, Hardware, Drugs, (Groceries, Farming Implements and Machinery, (agents for the McCormack Keupcrs and Mow ers and Oliver Chilled l'lows.jundotrer to the rommunlty u market for produces equally as good ub can bo found In tho county. Thu llrm members uro J, F. Cash und II. D. McCluro. Mr. Cush Is a very prosperous farmer und stock raiser, which demands his greater attention, leaving thu business of merchandising to the charge of Mr. McCluro, who has bad a lite long experi being for soverence In al years identified with some of the uejt commercial bouses of the county in Stanford and Crab Orchard. Tbe Junior mombor of the llrm, Mr. McCluro is tho Turnersville postmaster, tho oltlco being conducted In tho store. rd "lo-gyisstore-keepinm Sittiatts., mi mile fni'ii IUrnUIurtf, Kr. luinmllatrlr on th turnpike rua.l, tit r I lira ol liar npUliurk' anl I)aiilll. In tli lar aiiMwi -- inuf ii rat o tliU lartu Ihrro la rrtciou m awrniuray y U,itntali.ini Irtl ruoim. allh hills irtit iaiti h ini.fortah.fi iiHulrrn franiv liouar, tlh n.l all lirrrMarjr uutliiHMIiitra turh aa lrna crlU. icranary luarlilne apiirjr, arrTant'a houw-A-r lla. Ii-rtiii WtmU (ur iicMk riirrr an tbrmUt-ao- iirTrr-falllnThrri la f anj Ant feiir anl aluut fjiirnr aatl railing In irmul uriUr M(wtnf IIiIb ililratil farm W In itra. I I la rrcanlrtl hy all who kfmw anythln,! at.ait au.h tnatln rt aa II 1)2 prUllmra will m rlvm at .n. fiN k Urtua luCVntral Krnturky n.l full -orfMrthr IbU Tlual) larm Any mm .Iralrlmc to lit 1U7 ufaalr. If ivmiIuic fiuu tllaiaiii-t- will In luriilthf-- J ntinrraDtv. in awll.atlon tuT M Card well HirnnUlMirv. k'i one. lwi, Ihrruarul fuur Jrara, MircliaMr TfKMst (iiisiHrth (attU, tNiUrii-t-InvitUtI(i rt pruiulia-ornotm furilrls-rm- l Intvrrat. ayalilc atuil aoiiuaJly, a lien to U luiyiiirnta. lQilt-- . tow Mr lalam-vuurtha- - moiiey. anl ilri In nt.lt- - that faUiirvtu iay asy r( Intvrral nr (tIii. Ipal fur t ! allrr ilu to maliirv entlrt-drb- t at tillin ut hujilrr ThU In an aUatlirt aU tlirtarm will ImaoM ii llirr? rtNirat0 trad., attJ then aa a whole ainl muury will lt a rptwl. t ur further ('Articulam rail on ur addn-hrlaKiiiiC lh r il I.CMI.IlU'KM. ll.rn.l.Ur W I'aiiiiiiilila- I liintM ,1 1 riiat rai Ijiitlawlllss V ,,iuiiiiHiMiiii l.tt.ilii li sun anncit-il- . .lc " ".ill sw.t ii.uiitju oi sam uin-Hrath aixl ilrlrrriiisi maturity ol rMi. mtt'Miiu iihiuira I'llaiittj pur ha- immry fur firv yrara. n othrrli-f- , tame at aUiTst, T,M Canlwcll.Aurivr lriHu huu, ti nil l'ltli lft lll. luttt - rllrs mt al uj n. .... ..,.,. ...- ' triut GO TO JAMES FRYE I'ur nice new Dry Goods and Notions, the Xewt Things in Xccktit's, ColIars.CiiUs, Sliirtsund Underwear of all Kinds, lor 15iy, Litte, Old and Yonny. Latent Style Shoes ))ura'iiHaliicu (Ilrla ami llctya. Tlu vrry lutf.t tlilnt. In Clotlilng, j In luklhg incuaurt-- unil 1 ciiii lit liny old .IiHk'. I will Ui Klad to (urnMi you liny day In llm eur fcultnlilu gixxla ut Uittiim iirlcru I'or Lmlli-aMi-n- . , JAMES PRYE, Hustonville. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. onllcal' m fovxLy 'BHIS' W SIBBa ikavLLLH 'llunkful word, written bjr Mn. AiU K. Ilirt, ul lirulon, b. l. "W'm Until wllb a bail tuM wlilil, Gallery in Central tvnnturk. limi This I nuw the moat i willed uu my luuti; ivugu t In suj lliialljr lrr the now dUcovery in I'litiatel In Coiiiuuii'lluu Tour Duttur- - g, jiiw cently eiiiliiK(l with tho mitrveloiu Anaatlguiat U, MTlIK I ttUM live itui a hiiori inns. I in ie bclence I with to any to the Ladiei that uiytfii up lu luybavlur UvlvrniiDtil II 1 cuuM nut .lay Willi iut frlvmU uu rartb. 1 wuitM uittt my bImvuI ulie. alMJltf. My liu.iitnil wa ailviMl lu Kt New lf cowry fur Cuutumi'tloul Ur Kluif'a ami Cubit. 1 gavi . II atrial, tuuk . In .al Couuba. ... . .. .. I .1 L .T trlgui iHiiiiM. 11 ilia cumi iu, iiiu iiibiik mi, i am aavtsi aua now a wru slid iivauny woiuau. Just received a large atock of tho very IVnuy' 1'rui ht'iiv. ItrKular 'I rial bttl lrr at U ' ccula ami il Juaraiiltl util rrluiulr.1, NKKH. It, V (llltla, uflUnvloua, wlulera al AUis.b. I Weak ANAllllVlC.U'K. ' THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) Ir 'Uila E. J. TANNEH. .avers wId.1u Iba baik ofbla btal Ou u.log , Auirrlia'a grratrit I.IhUU' lilt lllil aul Ntrvu lliiitily. allalu auou led Mm. Jle aa)i tliia graU'l lunllrluvli wbat blafuunlry UMsla. All jtmerira kuowa tbat It curra llvrrauj klln)r liou. iho lot 1. tho New French 'Vltur.Ie...U uiouldlngi mwcU i blv. I'uilnva lbs bluotl. louaa ut ib atoiuaib. Amoui .lcluro8. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colon, and all iifclureH ,.rDslhro. Ib nir'ra, uta liu, l.or anil uw i (a luloavcrr niUMl,nnaudoriau oflbslivly, ,,ulro a dainty frame. When In Danville, call and bee ui and rice, 'wak,llrnlor alllDK yuu unsl It Lvrry lulll 'uartutwl, only ouccutt. XuM ky IVuuy, lituf will nave you money. 121 Third Street Onpoille I'o.l OUIce, ".it. ufrit. bal tauul hi. katest Designs JVJouldiigs. ' C ii.i 3-dellcate . Wo Danville, Ky. ) & Perrin & Pence, VPPJPPPAP&'. . Louisville Store, NICE HOME 11,. FOR SALE. 3 Brick Manufacturers, Grain, Coal, Ice, Feed and Produce Dealers. Stiinfnril li:i" ninny tin,) reflect grntt creilit to tlie Ihi5ih- -. iIiilp wlioMnml in iidvniito w jHtv ' iJUpv 'TC 1 sIl SL 77 ; 4VD Brancli House ol fl. Urbanskij & Go., ol D. ..i'i?',rir"!!" "':' v,vt"'r lion ;iMi linniilK. nkf. I', niil, nrrism - sil. lu.nll lf cnuil. ifiiln HtantnM. Hrpl. II four! iter T.tm. i,ilr,llvr i,c w.., r .ml h.i.fviry i.ull,ulllln., ncirrr.li 1,.,,,, fni n Louisville. T. Rancu, Manaaor. Mtu.Mii inn nmiiiiT i.nui,. m' Miii Kr Knnl 1ti-it- In llieir iiiti-n-- u - tlmt inko iioiiiiiu'iit iliiu ' iiliivv, uhicli ,,. '" A' til liy .Mr IVnin twojiMiiH nj.,,, mil iiitu die imtncr.ii. l Aiming ilir TK liih 'A ' flVJOMPBPPfff '' TllTr I HTM ill 'lmki ,..alij.. lunim-v- . control m'utiiI l.ninili,-- . f trn.lc, mul in trn.lo circle i ii potent factor. In the l.nilil. iH line they me viilmililc mliuuit-- , in llicv nmniifiicinrc lirick on an cxtin-h- c ami mII all Mipplici pertain-in- ; 'iio u- -r lalir. The puiit In lirick liuililin, In the foreinot rank of Lincoln FARM FOR SALE. County' vnt inerc.intilo inlitution I'ontiiliHlilnrn, h. It In n spltmlld there stand preeininanlly the uxelu-'Iv- e Inle nf riilnrntlnn On Ihi- - llluck illkr 5i nilliH.rimnllii.iiiiiUlliniiillS fiom Mnro dry good, clothing, -- hoe and Iiml llnlifilt it of IUn mul pihkI trniiit Ikium' h mro.arv millinery store of A. Trban-k- y A .mtliiilldlMjf. S,1h,, crrli inl. cooil wiil Terni-i-nCo., more generally known u tht mil trnfirlns w ii wnioiiT Lmii-vill- e Store; and by tho way of nntnvllp, Ky. parenthe-i- , we say one of the mot PUBLIC SALE OF tore iu tlii -- eetiou of Farm And the State. It i an ideal renrt (where the If not ill tnuelie are ndiiiini-tere- d to all On Tuesday, September 12, 99, eil the of Lincoln County of l:silnilni? l -r -v ate -- Personalty. lh.mnlv,,' ,,(, well-dre- micIi n lime, Ixith ceimiil, liair, etc. intoretiil ice plant. Tliey are Imply in ice lianillinjr, liavinj,' LNrnnioi: .loi'K.v.vi. reiirescntative was shown through tlii sexe. Ihe III liu'rlocL.ditrp on wll iulMcr In Hi hlKlict a) (atiu known . i, I cultural implement-ate to be found iu -- tock. all grade- - and kind- - lind tho State. how room and storage hou-e- -, from the handy load cut to the uiogiil hay Among the ino-- t stimfiil mercanmid lumber wagon; the waLruu- - sold tile and one which i aie old favorite- - in this eetiou, the pointed out to the or stranger I'loieucc, llrowii ami .Milbiiru. a- - evidence of cnteipri-- e and pel severMr. Car.-o-n since bt coming a lin-- iance i the maininoth vehicle eniK- ne man here ha- - built for hiin-e- lf a ol H. K. Wearen it Son, located .. i i.. riuin ..it.:,.... i T. " 'inn Mreet, oppo-it- e , the Lincoln fittingly in kcpinu' to hi- - per-on- a I I'llimlv iinrt.ltAii... i inn ,j;i; NIICS win.. .' popularity.! and ware rooin- - render ample facilities 1. He - a member of the lor and storage of their 0 O. 1'. and Maecnbee eciet --ocictie stock, however, there i no ami a ilellei-nnia- u democrat room In pare. The vehicles handled by the house con-i-of alino-- t eveiv-thinfroiu the ever farm wagon and road cait, to the mo-- t exacting style and- - fhii-- h of buggies ImplementS,Ward- - and carriage. In the latter the make "0Uh1 fl,c,""e f Ameriea Groceries. ,"' ,!,L n"'4t evidence are well in and at prices to The Veteran Livcrymati. Vehicles And Farm Ma. lt.il..v A-- frt,.r Imvi. I...,.m ,,. ii... M,it ,llL Will,ls ' 'very customer. In 'i,l,t i cariieil iu I'o-i- lih the way theie - not a more popumKu.. b.r.in,- .- but m.e mm. I.,...e..r. chincry. ,,l", "'I'l'"- -. I'ae- -. '.!lar liveryman in CVnti-.il volume of trade Hint they contiolK whM the Kentucky than I. .M. llrucc. He han cnpigeil """ " r",M M,, '" Dining the pa- -t ear a number ol siigge-- t, that they me fur from being "I ' '. " in in impiemeni-- . in the here for more than a new hae been Their Mildlery ami haine depart- iloen U a native of Lin. iu l Stanford ami among the moie located on the Soiithcn-- t corner of meiit is by no mean- - a side line with coin ciiuutv. .Mum nnil Mill Oi'i'N. in St. Amii1i Nine engaging in lu-- i. piomiiiciit of thu- - the .. . I I ... ! I 'lie-- -j he ha- - Ik en the victim Wime.i a, one ol tl.e Block, and in its furni-hing- s of conll.i J,w 11.uio-- i'".' icview. grntion three tiimv, each heing coaipieie in Lincoln county, u u ery complete tock of haidware, farm The proprietor, Mr. . A. Car-oskilled mechanic is ictnineil iu the in it- - wreckage.. Heing imliiicil - a native hiii of Lincoln county, iuiplements nud griH'eiies iiml, if nil with a that knowr not the wonl though n descendant from one of the outward sign- - do nut fail of foice, the manufacturing ilepaitment ami wink turned out by the hou-- e bears the fail, after each he would oldc-- t Virginia faiuilie-- , hi- - father puce ol tneir goiMl i a- - low n the gather up the limken fragment ami coining to Kentucky and settling iu aking of any other institution iu the noupaiiel stamp of excellence. Mr. II. K. W'enien is too well and Mart life anew. In hi- - hiattempt Kockeu-tl- e county caily in the piesent county. The elite trade of the city favorably known to need introduction-throug- h his elloim have not heen in vain, he farm people ol and the century. the columns of the Imi:kioie having now a liiU'Ia-- i liery Matile, For ipiite a number of cais, .Mi, tho county look upon this hou-- e as a .loritx.u, n- - he has diieclly and imli ct.H'kcil completely with new'aml -s e iu every parCaison wa engagiil in general mer- viand niaiket, rcctly engagwl in iu Stanford vehicle.--, ami a good otriiig of chandising iu Crab Orchaul, d- i- ticular. In hardwaie they carry what for more than two decades, estubli-l- r ioail-lcrHis Mahle U thu hand-om- e is generally termed a full line, with coiitiuuiug to establi-- h tho iug the piesent business M.veu years ilmililo lirick Htmiteil-iDepot Miect, under mention. This vehicle hall auxiliary stocks of C'hiuaware, gla-- s. ago. Tho sou, Mr. O. H. Wearen, is lielween the depot ami .Main Sheet. on Main direct, oppo-it- e the ware, wood iiml willow waie, etc s The liarn is well suited to St. A mi pi i Hotel, and near tho Veiau- - They oiler special inducements to the ouo of Stanford excellent young men ami with the father contribcam for traiicieut ttock, 100 head of la. Thu stock room is well represent- - funning fraternity iu the way of makhores can be taken care, of at a id with u general lino of vehicles, ing their store a niuikct for any kinds ute u combination of worth to thu bustime. Thu barn is one of the. chief domestic ami foreign make, superbly of pioduco that they may have to sell. iness field of Stanford highly nppiccia-teiu trade circle. lieiulijuurlerij for lioixs and intilo buy-er- s finished and guaranteed in every pel- Kaeh of tho fum incmlicrs mo Lincoln of Lincoln county, the proprietor licular to give general satisfaction. .county boys and piior to entering iu ATTENTION NI2WSl'Al'EU MKN. lieing largely engaged in (hid brunch li ice seem to rulo very low on all business heie weru engaged in farming. He i ni; u reslileoi ol Ohio, I utn Uuslr-lou- s of trade. .Mr. J5nico is a whole-wille- oll'eriugB, and that tho house, does not They mo each active, energetic gentleol Ulsposlot; of tho Corbln News genial guntlemiiu, and among suller for patronage is well demonstra- men and tlescrvo tho siicccs that has plual, ut Corbln, Ky., and will do so at tho great army of traveling men that ted daily. crowned their ellorts in a busiuoss a Croat eucrlfleo for cash. Any on touch this mint, ho U n general favorFarm machinery and implements wuy. Tho personnel of the firm is J, coiilumplutlni; thu purchase of u pluu ite; to this elii-- u of ciiMomers ho given lire iiImi leading features of tho busi- L. Heiuley and J. X. Carter. Mr. and locutlou would do well to call and see mo ut ouce. caieful intention mid bujiplies them ness. As to the ipiality of these good lleiuley is a member of the Christian MllS. M. M. OVEIISTKEET, with turnouts perfectly suited to their it is only needful to say that tho church. (.'orblo, Ky. He employ a retinue of iiin'ful and reliable driver-- , who are placed iu elurge of tigs when h Thepiice- - for M'lvice aie nlwiiVf reiiMinnlile. No complaint can ciiiie from tlii- - ipiaiter. Mr. Itruce - one of StaufoidV mo-- t public I" or 12 eil citien-- . eai.-- he fined in the couneil clmmbcr, where he ever liiin.-c-lt 1being a champion of anything tenable to progn . The city of Staulonl owes the pre eiice of the water works much to the life cniitriliiitt! ruYntliil worth. .Mr. .Mr. Hruce, be being untiring ellbrt-o- f IVrrin U a ineinlier of the .Miiminie of its founding, uile of the Imlge, K. of I'. ami I. (). O. F. a condition of allair- - of which he may ami a iiiciuIht ol the (.'hri-tia- n well fiel proud. .Mr. truce i a gen church. .Mr. I'eiioe k'loiign to the tlemau that we recommend l the .MethiNli-- t chureli, ami to chri-tia- n knowing lull public with plea-urwork devote-- , inuch of hi- - time, ami ii well that he - worthy of any confi extremely lihoral in liis upjHirt in a dence, ardent admirer of lie material wa. -eciet MH'iche- -. u niember of the I. (). O. I; and Knight-o- f I'vlhin order. r city traile of the Slimfonl Their coal uiriU aru loca lnl mar the l o ollico, the L. .V X. ileH)t. They rell coal in uIioIcniIc ami retail lot- - ami hamlle the t jsnnle from Ientnckyaml Temieww niiiie. In Traill they ilo a very larjie'lm-i- . nei, K)il.y m rxten-iv- e n any nth. er linn in tlii. rwtitm;of the State. Fccil of all kind. kept on ml,.., the only cxrlu.ie i,.(, .,,,,. in the city. The in-t- ip tlmt Stanfonl Inn nttiiiiuil within tin- - pat year in (.really line to the ellort- - of tliiZfirni in a prinlnce market, where llie fanner can p-- t cah for anthinp he !m to . at any time .luring the year; their M.nliry ami irjr hamllin-- ; iluriiif; the l.it year rqireM'iit many hunilnil ilollarn ami the lirinu'inr tif mule to Smnfonlliitherio favoring otlr crHiinU. The :enlleinen wlm form tlii- - linn are g th. ln--t Imimih in ami mot Miccer.fnl men in Lincoln county. .Mr. IVrriti i. a native of Illinois, iKirn ami reareilntCarrolllon. (Jrcen county, in the u-nof IMS. For I'J cai he h:i. a representative of the commercial world a a commercial traveler, Mil-,- ' for nine council-liv- e er enenil Iniveling apnt lor the Nnp-- Sewing Machine .Mfg. Co., ami following llii- - h, Net-"- '' .Manufacturing Co., ol .Milwaukee, Wis. Ill latiltli forecil him tit retire from travel, ami therefore ha -. engageil in lure, n;t, iliil ucir-s .Mr. I 'cine i one of i count V hum inlluential ami larnierx, a niaguilicent farm ol o(Mt acre-nethe eily emploun hi full attention. Huh of the lirm niemlieri in --oeial elo-otU-i-ig r WHWHrlrl imU vHfij' cira tHT f "fcMKPH VPI T, n - SsJi IL. xjPkM?' 'X'UIILI r. iBBUkMBBVBSK'iaHSBSK. IIIIIB.IIIIIV mmam '! .n.i!MjiBBT74l K3 m REPRESENTATIVE l.lr dumamU. I. IS. WAlj I - (,.t '.', (W II' . IIV'.i. 3, V Cm world-wide lUtwjimnn . 4, .V I).h,J J. RESIDENCES. C llaiijlim m, ijll W ."i, trade for of the fair sex. This business ha honored Stanford with its presence since the year of 1888; and to note the concotir-- e of daily urging in and out ol he place, one readily concludes that Is popularity and trule eipials, if it does not surpa-- s any similar biisines iu the county. Two well suited room on Main.St., 21x00 feet in dimension, repre-ethe sale department, of the Stanford branch, of A. Urlun-k- y A Co. Within tlii limited one of the largest stock of mercliandi-- e to lie found in Lincoln County i represented. Tlii is only one of many store-givlife through the enterpri-- c of A. LTrbanky & Co. They have similar store at Cnrli-lMayvil!e, Henderson, Eminence, Shelby-ville- , -bu-iii- eut en e, Ver--aill- !'.".r,r".'."r '"'"." f KU Horklii. ilenfrS.2 191. r.M an.l ot,,rJ' to find so coinpreheuic and varied a Mallls II 2 11',. a, rarui cntalii. mi re., .Ilualnl twu mllea inl stock of staple and fancy dry good, M.t.iriiantlllf, nrar tw Kan.lll. , ", , nmZr nrlnhlwl, ii.rn.lkr. in clothing nml the latc-- t thing iu hat, wrirfall 1. ..rln an 1 o.l rlileni ISr.Mrn.-ami Gent' furnMiing, shoe, etc., l',M..ryl.rkk ii r..,m, lliclirn, . a jwulir.. !. W,JW., j ,Iwl and iol.a.col,arn.' Icb Iriiaut Ih.iiw. Vc.mli.nlonihe farm, an while the millinery department iu swi--o- n Tl.e I. well aliuatr.1 I wIllalMixll is the mo-- t attractive corner in Steels. Cr:p, Haawhold And Kitchen Far-nltartho-- o large and wa aniaed Bonnlo Brook Stock Farm, Ij0, Pl I .lalllon IJulnine . "'are'.an.l mile, resl.trrol ami raiilr au.l farm liu.lenienia too nu.i.rrniif to n.rnlion Thi.laml will liriiilrrni In two parrela anil then a a wln.le anil llie Mil n.ieple.1 Ih.i will ylel.l tl.e iiimtmtnrr Term, lllvra anj ay, an,l iua.1. known on liny of ie. T. I). LbgUab' Vim'r, A. W. SMITH. Oin.ing,ifortoliiir-ii- , Kra.lnl Stli' Lincoln County Farm For Sale, On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99, will otur for ale tlie farm uron which I now r, al block. Crop, Ac SaMfarm contain! 1W crr.oftlr.tila-- . I, ueBrav. laud, well watered, well fen. rd ami .letlralilr i, mI9 from rallr?.ad, on pike ;IorrUn.l,aatailono.itiietS MllledeTllle lo Stanford Ilefldenee 0.1 -- aid farm la a linf. frame, rontalnlog ehrnt Moiiia,antry, A. , newly pafnted and rapered I andiubrat.cla.Mindltloii. Sale will Wcln at ID o'clock. A. M '"'auce In one ard two Jl".".iJ",e ,lllr'.' ,'",,;dale years nirrwt from of ale. Powsslou I, IVJ CowmIdu of lajd to be seeded jlren to -- "J at usual time lor senlluu. 11.11 IXM.AN, Mllle.lirTllle.Ky Finely Located Bri:k Eesldenee In llontl- ceiis, tentnety, with 57 acres of Land well iapraved for Sale. TlieaiKiTr . . . . .S ,r, 7, If. Hivikn X fniiiou- - .McCorinick li-- binder-an- d mowei- - head the Aver'- - plow- - and other t. It. V. B. K. WZAREN & SON , eijually -- make of agria- - noted, ,,,. Soil Everything on Wheels. Slave one of the Finest In vehicle Vehicle Stocks in iu the pice -- -- Lin-oili- 1- -- ar vi-it- ,1 Ma-oni- c, ... 1 -- e, -- -- t- Beazley& Carter, I. M. BRUCE, W. A. CARSON, Farm ware and i -- -- 'T' can-am- com-plel- u, -- -t involved, and that it factoiio-- , not jobbing Iioil-c--, to keep their tore- iu -- took. It - ueedle-st- o say aJ that the ha; long since with the mode of getting goods.only through their special factories, which enablc-tlici- n in a large nien-ur- e to sell gooils at ictail at jobbing hou-- e prices. The general office of A. Crbaiijky A' Co , - at Louisville, Ky. In charge of alliiirs here is Mr. T. I). Ihtncy, one of Lincoln county's most tillable and men, and who-- e splendid ha done much to pre-tithe name of in this immedi the firm and ate locality. Mr. Iianey is ably sec onded by an excellent corp-- e of polite and attentive cleik, who seem to take great interest iu promulgating the biisines-- . Tho clerk are Me-sr- s George Elli, Cha-- . E. Cox, .lames Euglenian and Mi Sallie Shelton. Since engaging iu here the firm of A. I'rbansky A-- Co., have well denion-trate- d their progic ive spirit and inteie-- t in tho town of Stanford by lending their hand to any move ment that has for its aim the upbuild ing of the town or county. When our city we siigge.-- t that one of the principal point- - of from it bargain view stand point, is the Louisville, Store wheic i sold the veiy best of good- - for the lea-- t possible slim of money w ith honorable dealing. -man-ageuiess ty ge hu-in- c-s con-i-te- nt .rowrtjr Is known as the John Chris-ma- n nlacr and I. occupied niw by 1iuls Coffey. ... .a.. luuius, nnr wen at xitcneu EIi.a-bcthtowd.wr, a K00.I orchard a new Owensboro, Itard-tow- u, and all A new Klkton, Princeton, Madi-sonvill- repair and tl.e land In a...... barn, fencing. Id m.1 good Hate of cuitiTalion. .. An ti ham met. irltli H H . i. ...,u rail t... ut ure ius Fleniining-bur- g, Morgan-field- , '"1 IJnW. " r1,lhl,rr"l'",'r to ""r onewhi in write Kentucky, and at Clark-vill- e JAMIj.JIiKI.Cll.MK, IlayesTille.O WVaN. have ur sale I.usIiicm room, brick. tlii-va- -t y and Gallatin, Teuu. To control i.1 ... l. . Ut 111 rout In me h. W j .. -t Ol llie PUlillC iwrvln biisiue it roipiiie no figuring to Kecliii.H A Montlcello, ...Ky , otd . .. .. hr Mr. .. " ...,!........ ior iiour, meal kirii. ''. reach the coiielu-io- n that million- - of M..r,, h,rbuslue...K""Tor particulars "'ere tiis In slid rms uars. tile aliole dollars are m .. ..r,. """ "l m h.anfonl or mix mm mi 1 As aent of the heirs of it. N. Uel'auw, will ou MONDAY, SEPT. miiitrCjurtdir, 11, 99, In front of the Court hou.a In sell at public o liter the FHRMOF owneil hr ',, I II : : MX. Del'auw at time of his death It mile, from. ." ""iraironi Miatilord amii .Va ... la llftlP t lis IL.ul.. lunihiKe ana ;"r'"j" a. II I30HCRES -- -I I oullmiMiud au(tUallfirt I At lilt K.l lill fluid . u 111 iandoi,wi,rl;i)ar1,-1,,oJi..co- " claianl, is - 'lern.s made known dar of sale" W. " t "' ikno" f.ulVKXb, Afeul. GOOD LAND FOR RENT. In nun Ixiuml.irv. Thu llrst tract Is Iioum"). Near corn. u tract of M9 acres, all sato sei.ir.'itcil by pikes. r, within a half mile of u ucievof which Is In crax with a and 100 acrt of fresh laud to go In I.aii(.-a.ter- . Ju.t acro.s the Crnb Orchard pike Is 103 ncret. all to po In cultliatlon. AImi a ut acre tract, part of which Is now In crass, the remainder to go In whunt. All the Inii.l Is well watered. Would prefer to rent the l.iml to ouo party j ear after ear. j A Good Stock Farm For Rent. One in lie K.ist of I'reachcravlllu, Has i.'O acres. Go In Kra. the remainder to go In cultlwitlon; well watered, and lia. good hou.e and him. ry I C t HOUSE FOR HF.NT. In I.ani'u.ter a lurrii house of elglit rooms. lU'liiei nl rally located can Ik) usid wltli ad .intake u a l.mirdliig-hou.. Any one wisiiiup lurnrmnllon maraniiiy 1 l u .., ll.l.Vh l.anca.lef, ICj V.1,11,. iu " sI.q W' !.'! "" rcprc-cutnti- Miit-ulil- liist-cla- n. K, bm-ines- s ss bus-iue- ein-il- mi. SH'I Kl'U'AItl', t will be plea-m- l TliereaJersof Ihls Is at least one drraJrd dlacaMi that that there eaie ha. Uvu able tu huh In all Its stages au.l that ' i lata. ill Hall's 1'itairli I'uro Is Ihe only tlie cure now know u to the niodUal fraternlly Cattrrlt lieincaivusillutluual iH.iliw, n.iuirra a Hall's Catarrh Cine is ronslltutlousl trratmeiit takro luterually, acting illicitly uiou the bloml and mucous siiructis of the system, tlurtby thefouudatluii of tl 0 iltwase, and glrlng thepalie ut slreiigth by building up auliliug nature Iu dolus lis nork. llie proprietors hale so uiiuli faith In its turatlie )mw. ers, that IheaoiUr One llnndri.l liotlars (or any iaelhal It falls lo iur. bend lor list ufle.llu.'in ur Public Sale of Land ! On Saturday, Sent.Jij,.,99, Crab Orchard. This Farm Contains 193 Acres ef Land, nubject to thu widow' dowi-r- , well Improved Willi new residence o( ellit rooms, two hulls, K)teln'i uudcellar, two barns aud all necessary outbutldliiics, audi us bujiKy house, etc. Two not er falling prlCKs.coutenlent to school bouse, churchAbout IU acres Iu culties and vation, balance In bluo cruss. 'The farm will bo offered Iu two tracts, thu widow's dower of la acres with luiproveuieuU, Hi unimproved. The bid ur bids accept o which reulUu the greater sum. The nur chaser has the rlKht of ketdlng In the (all wiin iuii possession 01 me its acres Jan. I, smoke-house, post-ottlcOne-thir- ,. s. to the Mglit'st bidder on the pr'm-l-Lwill thu (arm of the Into A. U Xewlund, situated at Cedar Creek Matlou oiiTlie I.. N Ii It , on tl.e Stanford &. Crab Ufclird iilU'. een tulles from btanford lind three' frorii 1 lals. d I" hold by liru.'Kl.ls, 7x- Hull's) family Mils are the heal. TIIK EAI1LE, KIMi J.CIII.'.NKViCII, Toledo, O. or ALL UIIII., cli'ur uud ills tliuo K'rons who Usu tfutlicrlund'a Ku;luKu hulvofur wvuk eti--. llliuj d cash, balance In six 'films. htjca, fcoro ejt of uuy kind or KrHnulatcil aud 13 mouths with l per cent. Interest with ils. bold ut Iviiuy s ut 'ii rails, security. Men retained ou the laud (or thu TUd creat succosh of Cliutubrlain'a purchase money. I will time aud place scire (ollc, C'liolcra anil Diairliova ItciueJy in house sell at sameconsisting ot bedroom the trcntuicul of bowel couiplainta lutn -t, couch, tables, etc. Sale will berlu at made it itmnlaril over the greater pan of r. M. tor further Information address H. I'. NKWLA.M), Exor.. the civilized world. For tale UyCtalgrt Preachersrllle, Ky. liocker, DrugKlsls. m m s- Is uoU'U (ur Its kuott tluct vision. So uru sllit. The More in its appointments nml li Mr. Unrtwell I'ickitt, n very pro! Stanford, tin ilniinml !1r Stniifnnll 11 Hour taxe the plant to its fullet en hcieiit nrcounttiiit stock ot irood, sie treniriidou Mr. Severance tu!ie active inteiil pacily (7 " barrel per day), thoy arc town eonidcrctl, remind one of the in soeinl life, iiirmlior of the .Muc-m- l now runiiliig ihmlile time. The brand" Stanford. Kv., - Seit S, 1899 jtreiitly ndvertNed metropolitan n tr.itein.il organization ami n ofllour (Mining from thi" mill arc of tniile, tlint form the prositlev, Fancy Patent Xo. 1, Alpine Snow, cr eitie of our Intnl. In tin More mendier of the Christian church. V. V. WALTON. Fancy Family, Hello of Lincoln nnd ran lie found good, as rich in quality, in that Creole. Xeithcr of thee arc Mriing- mid nt n e:itimilik' prices, J l. BAU3HMAN. 5. H. BAUGHM(1N. W. B. McROBERTS, of similar intitution of Loiiiville or Jor to the trade locally or iu adjacent I'ineiniinti. The rcnoii ofthcircarry-inMates. Mich a high (piality of good here DRUGGISTS' While milling i the chief huine DRUGS AND J. H, BAUGHMAN & CO., of the linn they alo client;)' exlon-ivo-I- v nml celling at email margins, i that SUNDRIES. in grain shipping baled hay and their trade i made up pretty gener-- THEcoal. During the past seaou they On aM Summer liooiN. Inn fvtv iU)m our Fall Stock wi I I nrrlruiir nml our ntlrti. For Long Distance ally from the betterelu of our people, Local Agent tlnn hum then tie rIwii lo llirin. Ilclow nru n few of tlie uptclnl Imliire. tho-- e that arc thoroughly faniiliar Owners and Operators of One of The L'Olitribllteil- In lliu iiiurLuM .miiih ", Telephone " incuts we arc offering fur tliu lnl llmw 0011 budiel" ot wheat and nearly 10(1 with the best and will trade only, Finest Flourlnn Mills In car lead" of baled hay. Their coal Ainnm: Lincoln county'? enterpris where the bet to he found. Second the State. hii.ine i" nlo an item of intere-t- ; ing husinix establishments, none tnke to the above i that thev iiureha-- e in 12 2c their book showing them to have higher rank than the well known drug 1,,, tf p:,y ili and save nil di Filos U. McKoberts U count)', hou-- c of which W. and sell strictly for eah, Extcnolv Doalrru In Cr.iln, handled more than '.'I'd cur load lat year. proprietor. which mean that the honest eutom-e- r Kny Ati'.l Coat. The .Mr. Haughinaii", .1. II. and The business wa? founded sonic sevdoe? not have to pay indirectly tor Lot of . II. (AIM 111KI tlltllftlM !lti llllill ullih... eral years ago and has been the prop- goods old to the eredit eutoincr, who "Lincoln county ha many industrial 15c erty of Mr. McKoberts since the year ha failed to keep faith with hi com 'titcrprises that rellect splendor to the live- -' work I wars the exemplifying A line ofisSO. From its inception it has pact. The cnli ytetn of the Iioumv nianiifactiirins circle of the State and stamp of integrity mid progreivene". Hit few mlr of you lixml turned Law Shoe" for i..nlu nt fnitir price. Men'n lower than ever foiinl tli.on before You ifei inoru limn your money' forcnio-- t of Lincoln's i ne been one of the i" under the diiect care worth In ntiv oniie nloe kkN. ISvnieiiitii'r l'n week rlo-- e iIiom'uiiii lhoe .txN of Mr. .1. II. Itaiiiflimnu, the son. The mercantile houses, the large and handsenior Mr IJ.iimhinu'i i one of Liu- somely equipiiod store room, stand coin county'" uio-- t out in the fullnes of its nuMlern furiulluentiiil and nishing and is stocked with a fine as pnnn?rous farmer- - and stock mi-c- r. Ilerc-nle- s sortment of drugs, druggi-- t' sundries on :i hrautiful farm A mile (Voiii the city, where hi i" environed proprietary medicines, luniks, stationby all the comfort- - that home life can ery, paint", oils, etc, STANFORD, KY. i" a typical South Particular attention i" directed to bring Wlllinn Sliellnn, President i the prescription department, 11? this ern farm mau-iosurrounded by n l'mii try, Prep iratory. Vcideimi uti.l Cillet'inle IViurtiiient. Minlr. In. I i... urallh of shade tree-- . For a number lion ami nn.lJPliysirnl Cultiiro. UlM year one of the note worthy feature by Sept. 4(li Send for rataloKiie to large MIJ NANXIK.S HAI'KI.KY, U.ly Prlneiiwl. which the hou-- c is known to a of years ho -- erved a- - sheriff of Lin coln county mil i now a director iu and growing patronage. Par??: mxIm iL. e m7Em&tm Mi SaaVilMB9tB'rBaaaar ff TtJ--i In fine papctrie, stationery and the Fir-- t Xalional Hank of Stanford. lwoks, pamts, oils, toilet articles cigMr. .1. II. Itaiighniaii entered o n ars, tobacco, wall paper, etc, this early iu life, lightning it" clerk has ever stood in the van and the National Hank of in the old large patronage accorded but reflects Stanford; was later with the Farmers the high repute in which these line" of Xalional Hank and then with the Far 11ns ltmmI lire held I v the consumer. mers Hank & Tru-- t Co., now the store is one of Stanford's central atLincoln Co. Xational Hank, leaving -faaawaapBH3EjaBjpBjjHBasBi tractions and every courtesy is extended the latter to engage iu the mill busiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSiaaajaW V '" ' ' .. Huy UneeJa Itlsculls. I'nceda Oinger Vnfcr, Drummer I.uncli Ilitcnili. to customers. ness. His buiiie- - sagacity is well The stock in its entirety is large, iu the development of busi-t " CH complete and comprehensive and the ness for the mill nnd the high prestige very best to lie found 111 market. In to which he has elevated Stanford (lour which in point of excellence is the store is also found the long disBeef, tance telephone station for Stanford, Beef, by no mill in the country. surpa"-e- d Hi- - several years' experience in the a seperate room at the rear lieing utilSliced Ham, Deviled Ham, l'icklo, Olives, Jlomc-Mail- c ized in this service. counting room fraught hi mind well Cheese, Ac, From & Main s The proprietor, Mr. W. B. McKolh with essentialities, which with pi-U n ilnurtrist of 33 years' exper his genial nature and high scn-- e of inaugurated in the year 1803 ami chief among them U the J. H. Kaugh-ma- n morals, ience, a graduate pharmacist, gradu- has for him a repuSTTry Grae Suts. You will like It A Co , Flouring mill in Stanford. introduction of the ating from the Philadelphia College of ncc the initial tation, the magnetism of which reach ' ostein the advancement of the This mill was erected in the year of es out from local territory and Pharmacy in the year 1875. Prior to fiu's business has been more notice, 18 and fitted with the finest ma- brings to hi" attention a pleasing reco this he bad been associated with the s chinery known to o the milling world and ble. To say that the store is a drug business of P. N. Talbolt ognition in foreign business. He reo ot all that comes under during the year of 1884. Since then, sides in in the common sense elgible to feet beehive o one of the most handsome however, from time to time, new and o ' "' "V b - - wmig. the appellation druggist. After com- - ""- homes that adorn Main street, where o nnl gent furnishing notions, more modern machinery has lieen iu with his charming life's help mate, course, he accep-1 .leting hiii collegiate o , is very inexpreive as to the ac- - stalled, building it to a pinuacle of o ted a jiosition as dispensing clerk in a ' ,, comfort and happiuos seem to reign in this, ""high perfection, a a model mill. o Fo it- retail establishment in the city of Cin tual condition of affairs supreme. o Under its present ownership and favored house. cinnati, O. One year later he return He is a member of the Christian o it ha" km ojierated o In all the lines represented the im management ed to Stanford and entered in partnercnurcii and a deacon in same. o some seven years, which marked the with W. H. Anderson, the firm print ot completeness is the trade ship o Oils, beginning aud furthering of its sucafterwards being styled Stagg (Mr. mark, and in bold figures all goods O DYING FKOM DIAHKHOEA. cess. Prior to this, it underwent n o S. P. Stagg, the partner) & Mcltob-ort- are marked which alone tells that it is o varied exjierience nnd was generally A prominent Virginia Kilitor had continuing under this head until a one price house, n child can get as o Q OOP OOOOOQ OOCOO OOOOOOQ oooriQQrjnn up, but was brought back to OQ good a bargain here as the raost ex- classed as a losing venture. However the entire business was purchased by under the regime nt its last ownership perfect health by Chamberlain's Colic, Mr. McRobert, since which time it pert bargain seeker or professional the order of conditions has lieen re- Cholera and Diarrhoua Itemcdy. has continued to popularize itself nnd shopper, us 0110 price is named to all MKADHIHEIIITOHIAI.. and in no cae is the price lowered, versed and instead of being a lion payexpand in prestige. (From ihuTiiuus, Hillstille. V.) ing institution, it has, proven a diaIn the store as an assistant, is found which is prima facie evidence that I taflered with diarrhoea for a long llmu Mr. G. A. McKoberts, au exception- they mark their goods to sell and not mond iu the rough, now one of the and llioiikjlit I was past beini; cured I busiest and ino-- t popular milling Imil tpect much time and money and suf ally popular young business man and to deceive. The painting switon ia here. We wlh to call your attention to the fact that J we plants in this secton of the State. fered so much misery that 1 had almost keep the licit Heady MiieJ Paints, OIU, Varnithes, Uriifhe, Ac, In tho is in every in the capacity of druggist market. The founders of the business were The plant is situated along the side decided to give up all hojies of recovery Each of the Joseph Severance (now deceased), way very proficient. and await the result, lint noticing the ad ! of the L. iV. X. K. K. tracks, near tho gentlemen associated with the house William Severance, and Albert Sever vertisement of Chandierlaln'a Colic, Choi .,... Our lino of Toilet Articles, audi aTooth Ilrmhi a. Hair ltnnli freight and depot. A special ',,ml.. ' eriiand Diirrlioe.i Itomedy and alsotiome Ac, is complete, up are known far and wide as reliable ance, the two hitter gentlemen lieing ' and of.the very best quality, siding extends to the mill and all aux- testlmnniitU statin); how some wonderful pharmacists, their chosen profession, sons of the former. In the year loS) PRESCRIPTION carefully compounded from tho l'ureM'and Het druci oh' iliary buildings, such as grain eleva- cure had been wrought by this remedy, tainablu. Trice reanouahlo. Wo aolieit.your patronage. " in tli tore on the death of the senior member of (lauding tors, ware hoiws, hay bams and to I decided to try il After taking a few ranks of proficiency. As we have the firm, the business became the does I ai entire'y well of that trouble, coal van!". & said before, the prescription depart property of the two sons anil has since the ment is the greater magnet of attrac- come under the control of Mr. Win. tion, and a prescription tearing the Severance.Mr. Albert Severance lieing CyproHK SliingloK Iron Pence. mark of AW H. McKoberts, is evi- now engaged in the manufacture of dence primu facie, that it ban been ice at Henderson, X. C. ( filled with the utmost accuracy, great s The name Severanco in our euro nnd purest of drugs. Store in life is Hynouomus with all that Opera House block. pertains to honesty nnd uprightness. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ein-pnri- uin 11 This Week 25c Imported Zephyr Cloths at French Ginghams at - 4c Silk at 5c Lawns at 5c Calicos at Madras Cloth for Skirts at ! 11 g ... Closes Our Cut Price Sale 15c 3c. 3c. 8c. .. 7c 2c iiii-iii- JOHX r. JONES. Stanford Female College, Hi-ho- u, HI tt bu-i-n- con-eer- rTtM??T?aaaaaaaaar Too Hot To Gook. iiiri -- ,T' illu-trat- Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Corn Chipped Beef, Severance Son's Store, Street. hu;-inc- HIGGINS & McKINNBY. GO TO -- fr 000000000000000000000000000000000000 per-wa- "-- '' "' "'., M'ffaberts, tf)e Druggist, &c, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and T s, At The Lowest Cash Prices. &c. 900 Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes TOILET ARTICLES er 1 CRAIG HOCK BR. busi-lien- A. C.SINB, Metal Roofing. vs The proprietor is n sterling business SEVERANCE & SONS, man, public spirited and progressive, Corjduct A ever on the alert to servo the people, Metropolitan Dry Goods, Clothing and in a business way, every transaction Waring the indelible mark of inAnd Furnishing Store. tegrity. Statistics show that only 1 Greatest Store of l( Kind In about per cent, of hiMiiens ventures lead to success. Wo are pleased to suy the County. that this house can ho enumerated with the 4, as its growth has retarded This trade center was established in not in the least since its initial oien-inthe year 1888 and has grown from humble quarter ami limited stock ofIntho sales departments are found fering to tho greatest bargain center MTseriT" jr"F. Cummins and 1 S. of Lincoln county; the business now McCIary in charge ot clothing and occupying two spacious sales rooihs and large, commodious ware depots, shoes; Misses Ellio and Eiiiina Warwhere duplicate stock for the store ren have charge of the ladies' bazaar, proper repoo. In this metropolitan where is found u choice line of ladies' house feix salesmen and a cashier nru furnishings, fancy dress goods, notions, kept constantly busy and vie with stylish shoes, etc Tho proprietor aleach other in cariug for the pleasing so ussists iu a general way throughout trade that tho house so justly merits tho entire establishment. The cashier "0 ? (STANFORD, yn A Family Carriage That combines KY. Mill Work. J. H. Baughman & In proximity with the mill arc two Iilcusiti cottages, where employees of the plant reside. Another noticeable feature of merit nml onu greatly appreciated liy tho farming fraternity is u spacious free hitch nml feed yard in the sumo lot with the mill. The products of this plant have done much to fame the little city of Cos Mill. beauty and comfort with convenience, one of our well made, easy riding and elegant Surroyg. It U unexcelled for wotkiniiuhlp, durability ami comfort, and will Kivo moro tatlHfactloafosKen. eral family uau than other nude Wo are mIIIuk Ilium Cheap am Fast. iar-rlai- B. K. Opp. Court-Hoiis- and I wish to say further to my readers anil fellow gullorer that I am u hale and ml leel as well as I hearty man ever did in my lifo O. It. Moore, Sold by I'ruli; A Mocker, Druggists. 11 Wearen & Son, Ktanfonl, Ky. J3oo3r7re Perwtansi jSfiorTTianti llrulv, llucklru'. Aruica Salve, Ibe Uitlulha wiirM, will kill Ilia Uln nil pruiniillr htl II. Curt' III1 N,r. Feer nort-a- , L'Urt, IWjIU Conu. li klu i:riiHlou. lint lilt eur oil fjrlli. duly 2) ilk a bjx. Cur nuirjuteul iull by I'.iiur. llru.1.1. A FKKIIITKL'I. HLUNPWt Will ohrii ciuw a horrlbl lluro, SnlJ, Cut or fyjieufrrtinf. jeieyragny. find Far r r .aaaaT mf m (htalyut, SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1899 10 A. M. NO. 55 XXVIII EQUAL To All EMERGENCES IS THE- GLOBE, I' With .!.;. cms ........ ..1 uicu-ui- i Good, BOYS' AE ", Up-to-D- ate Clothing. fcEN'S SUITS vats for Your Children, KJUJflO, " . JtV12lYu. T0 i . LET US HELP YOU SrWr vnnr Snrinor iioiii O stock of Hart, Schaffner & Marx garments and we guarantee you will have the best -- looking, best- wearing suit you ever In workmanship wore. and tailoring the H. S.- & M. clothes are ahead of any others we ever saw. Here are all the new patterns. It is only a question of picking out the style most becoming to you. - That are Wearer:::;:::; ,r,lMe," suit with PriP.RR tn 01111.1 ..orS...m.ii 4""k Alii,.,,. ....... ftT new TTTftn nrrt xoauuD", vvoai auu :,r' I iti.tTThtTC Tftv hut nifn mil ul work In Minfurd lomiiki a Mr. Ho (.irrotri umi lio told tin- - I.Mritio Tun l, that J I Hamilton muld n for I'C.litnti Iiiiml fluwn. tobl tin truth l,r,uu" "" ",m ,o oi...Mi i,n tm.tntrj.it nljrlit There were - fW I...-,..- . rowiN uttciiib.1 mid I.N i create, I much Inttrcst sermon ) iiccu more (mimiii- - to make the worm VI" ii f& Vc?oCli ur for the southern nllroid pruning brighter every ilaynnd nine m jry initio fur tin- - ntrr work- -. Tin ilrv iem mill tin' cloud- - nf ilu- haio cltlfil ttiiMtlir ilii; iiothluK of tin1 chlif ml pru-pac- w -l --- P ! Jff SHIRTS. ' tair. pi IP 1 y-i tllOHj T-- v rj'u "xr. tji e ver vri )rfe PIT J tax two monlln nt I'mnlaTlnnil Pulls Mrt Join--n liem Nit lug the family of" IJ Dlilloii, at I.lrlnc-lo- ii fiir.itlu r VftliiMll.t conference send lit v W I. hbH .i -- io smith. Ir nturmil uflrr JJriVin8r. HART, BCHAFFHErt A MARX TOUR 11 7 lUTr. C S "ACK SUIT IUlt,i.!i4 msht li lW BAjt' " M' 1 TuVyM JBCJBpMMBMB CLOTHINQ. & Mr QUAnANTECD NOTICE. We have everything that a man wants to wear. Always the rl't most Stylish Goods. Remember we guarantee all goods we sell 11 fauuua &IC ISTaCtlOn. tell Others: if not, tell us. SMITHS NIXON, K' The Piano House of Louisville, U piano house of L011U- Ab thero uru tunny like InHtltil-tloi(- i. Hie. that Ithl fop the trnrfi) of thin M'Cllon, " ro ph'im'tl tn chronicle tho faclof thl hoiio 1'iiterlii tin- - UelJ for patroimvfii. Uy mnorlnu' tlie field they tnlcmnon, thai ilo mil r.il out u ho-ttnusl nniwarlly imtall a heavy lint merelv make the announcement that thov ar In the piano liimN lintrit-mentnun and are In ixnUlon to al riieK lioiumi irU'i', llh a with every ulo tttiui unlet) 1h.1t ( e A (Inn thul tint city of Limlnlllo ruiHCfuntatlvc M e.itu-loiie- I'or tlni llrt time tlii'ro mipcur In tho lNTi:itli)U JoiltXAI. an uilil. nt Smltli .V Nlxiin Co., chnriititorit'il thu ler li ite returned fr m viit tofr eml . at I'lilut l.icK. Our town N lonesumV iiiu' 11 thr .Mivs cling folks hive left fur rlmol Ma me Mcfluii' mid Vlrcie Wureil went l'i Ilmnon.O , .MNh lV.il fnllivr llertie fmnm. Jlcm .In ihitmiii, Ows ry NkwUikI, Thou, mid .lamu C liuppi'll Hem In Mmiio lUnzley Mayine IJa'lin, Addie and Marcarrtl llulnu'n unit lo Stanford Mm J, I.. Cradr mIiu Imn been Ulliiii; her Mi. Jm iVjClnrf for lie pan week, left for her future home In ami, Tern t'uiiil ! 11 1 Sttk.. ' !.,. WiZ-J- L of tin churii Ration here ltev Ijrklni mini) frl'MnN here Mr- - J. A. jion lu.ilth N Improving Ml Grace fj I'm Ird I vcri lok of Uphold fever Mr ' CZJ J '",'"r 's,m the sick INI Tjl .vv-i'JL CIJ. lJJt.l.s prt'lou.l hiiiiouucciI. Mr It. L. Jen- mil Ml. I.II11 Thotiipoii, iiceompiii-'TTTj-ii- k' M Ktub-- y, Clby.M.- - r S. (I ll.i-cl- d. 11, Wm. y Nti'H Muttlti I'oni'll and Mnttlu Tnomou "wv to Dintlllu 1111 Wln im1ii I'VI'llllip nftlelu-n- t. id wi 10 iiinrrhil, KIJ J. I.. Al The nrty ilnno to llrynntsxllle. In ro thry wrm by )Ik J. H. Ilas-ik'- ii, D' nNIit of the ;room. I join the public iiiTetlni; conKr.ilu.itloin to tli popular Ur and hoping tint they may enjoy tin r IiIi'Iii(;h of Ufi'.j rnllowlii); the truthful Ktatemt'iit of corn OppliiRon Hit' stalk. In Mr TomlltiMin' tnlt'ii, othi-- r ktatciiu'iiK are ruaile In to thu torrid vrcathur. i(tilru Kln- LOct- uir.lHiiv that w.et ihUbKms are found -- o nVidlutheirrouud. leut. Joliu larrit told me. Hrlj;lit wlne roidsajx Unit he iw a Mirghum pitch liere tin- - farmer win drawing molae, rom tho standliig ht ilk, the Juice liavInK n en Ixilleil down b tlie 'hent of the Mm. vMTlitf wtHHlcock dropH'(l dead. ""' i n. t ltoN-rno- take. ' We have the very latest styles in Shirts, Full Dress, Dress and Working. HATS tA mWmk tl '" That are the im. I ws J 7yyjyyjMr 4Xs na lti-iii- I Cattle buyers don'l forget to attend tae balo of J. C. MeClary, Exr Sept. Somo extra pood jtecrs, cows, calvc, vc. isaie Decinii at J. H. COLLIER, One of Crab Orchard's Up-To-Da- .vSrZ ltML'lmLM .?i-- . s j?w ma - two fortunes with the good people of Stana ford and they have in turn rewarded-ehim with a very gratming pracenviable. The doctor's citizenship is of the by. the tice. Ifliiit cntcrpri-- e is encinir.igeil Tin- - well met perteople of Lincoln county id well hown most piogixv-ivsonality lm won lii tn a place in the 11 the Mipport of this beautiful uji-t- oheart- - of a people he should well feel Mr. Hamilton late Jewelry innate jeweler; hN father before proud. Dr. Price belongs to the K. n chuieli. After l I "d him being a skilled mechanic Aiiume Dr. 1'iice's otlice serving under hi- - father for a number of year- - he took 11 thorough course of will rccognie its chair and iustriiinen-stud- v till the hl fninijliing- - a- - compri-in- g in Toronto. Canada. school which, rounded out hU teach- - model 11 equipments of thi- - age, and all - guaranteed and enug", making him a mechanic among work Inniiltiin foiiiuleil the cars ago and lisi cutatiou for reliability e d -- e. -- hn-tia- lir.-t-c-la te of tlonf, should havo thu full eonlldeneo all. who look to that iiii'tniimlW a a trade center. The llrm uamti of Smith to the 110 , Ntxun Co., I muuv poopieof Ijiillfvllle. n to no they enjoy a trade of tho kind in the .State. They make a specialty of eiirlnf for mil of town trade, ami If HimHleul liiftniineiii of any kind I donlred, they take plea-tir- o !y mk-om-I eon-cer- with lit leprei-onlatlv- lntUu Mer- chants. Store Near The L. J. L. J Frohman & Co's Store, Danville, Ky. I i i & c l.b.l, .nlii.n't fifth!- - article is a ..IV.. If I , l lo-- t. The tinner and plumber of Stan graduate, graduating with the cla-- i ofi. To llnd a more hustllnir, public eptr a specialty - made of In ford is Mr. J. T. .lone, has been en.1. IljiS. Mr. Lenviug tho ioll"ge ho In theearlv part of tied Iniilncfi 111.it) than J II. I'olllei'. vvuik and tine horoliigical for 1.1 years and gaged in the anil later canto ono h.ik to no bond thu eontliiHi. of I'rohmau opened up "Iho uioue, J,j;.,lHj jn In the stock i pi ices methods ,,J 1( Stillifortl nn.l l!io rltci-i-s- , lit- lm- in every .ciioof the phra-- o a pracLincoln county. Ilo U one of those n.inillle. and by honeH novcltic, 11 line lino otVilver . In btislnci-b- . leadyutail times honest Hood. h'i built up a handsome , taiiicl l.e.e - well del...... ..,.,.,.,1 in the precious jewel-- , vviitehe- - of all kinds, tical mechanic. - that points ,0 u keep, nolhlnk' but up-t- o ,..41,Mw. lie and to eniMk-- in unv thin,At his place of business on Mill St. In unnworlni.' eorrt'epondenet', t nil git prollt. and ho Is over found date coods and by trolii w tho markets ela-- .- and number ol people etc., are to be seen as is al-- o a large he is equipped to manufacture imiiilnn prlcuii ou all thai lhe have to any 01 lie employs nil the hitist line of optical goods. Since becoming In the "harness:" Idlenens tlnillni; no j four times a ear, keeps in touch with pat lounge. olTer. They alo carry a full and comdinary article in sheet metal and he - tho limes lu men s una cniiureu s wear- - (;ct.,tlr. of dentl-ti111 bridge such counsel In hU walks. In hlsovory under.Mr. Hamilton of plete lino nf tiu.le. Their eoii"oiva-tor- y Is hU rule never to makes a specialty of roofing, spouting, buildiui:. iciilacini; tW!lh Ith uvonuo, taking he has been erVbueoessful,ev - lnir apparel. H Islocatfdatii-il'- JI He is a has made iiiany friend-- . , en to thu rcurintr of an intrrctlui: fain carry any old btook over and In order ","' "f I.oulvllIu, whureai'onllal welcome - rtnBl . I'I'."K .l'1,m;a''' ,?L- member of the I. O. 0. K. No. 1.1(1, icpairiug. In Stanford ho established II v of suien sturdv buvs and I All excel)- - to uol rhl of It. ho make, .onto big saein 1 Ht) and since hi place has been McKin extended to all who may liecomu their day ho llisiillico ill the IIi''k'ius irlrls." rltlccs. For Instanco thu other Stanford Lodge. Do not foii'el the llrm or the tlonally brluhl trueaW furiii-hc- d nml ishaud-omel- y one of the buiest in the city. Ho Mo built tho store ho occupies some advertised to sell any Mill in 111s uuusu uey block place, us ll meatiH money inuilu ly employs --.killed labor ai.d every thing In less than a week JI)0 eipiippcd with every thing neulcd in 7 'JO years ak'o and also tho Imposing M, and ncqualnlcd. Note their Dr. the profession. spcclllu ido'ico, where ho resides In tho samo wore deposed of, at 11 loss In some tho practice of ALFRED S. PRICE. is looked after in a practical way. write them for In uoods handling ho curries a stances as u'reul us iho price obtained, .lone.- He is the solo agent for Muck Diasteiling young man and the inullon. infoi D. D. S. slock, comprised of a llttlu of He Is llrm believer In advertising and mond Hoot I'aiut, a product that !m vuluo imputation lie - building is well mei-te- d. oeryihlngundertho8innyiforthohomo tells us that ho gets many times CRAB ORCHARD. given general satisfaction. und farm and tin extensive- btoek of received for thu larce utuount ho pays of dentistry is well The profe-sio- n a car of cat lllacksiulth Supplies, Wat'ou Material, the iN'TCiiinil JofUSAl. vearly. Mr. Mr. dunes is a member of tho I. O. Mr C t. of its represented in Stanford and one (). F. and Maceiibeo secret 01 tiers, a .Ve. Mr. Collier also buvs lumber und IVohuiuu btands very highly In Danvlllo lie 11111I hep to ( inilnnatl Siiluuliiy. WM. foremost nieniWrn is Dr. Alfred S. L. ,V: N. It. it., which us 11 business man and a gentleman, und M. mid Mm. Harney Alexander, of 0r. timber citieu that adds sterling worth K bus AleMindfr'. fath- takes considerable of his tune. At tho his store Is headquarters for tho best Price, with dental parlors in tho Ope- iuess. I'litun, are vUltlnc Mr. JEWELEK. store they liuy country produce of ull trade, us tho people havo learned to rely er, Mr, Wm Stewart. ra Hou-- e building, comprising three IiIh 011 his word und to bollevo in his Jndg kinds. I'rof. Ilrown Iihh tiKiila opined up convenient rooms. nare lieinK owt. Nowheio in this section of the State pleasiut, c1hh)1, the HinnU-poMr. Collier Is a director In tho First ment. Dr. Price was bom in Lancaster, Nulloiial Hank of Stanford und Joking- is theie a jewelry store that carries a 'o new ciim'h mid tho old ou all well. u OiLN our neighboring town, ljecoiuing InMm. M. J. lUrrlH U havlni! a ry piet lv remarked to thu reporter thul ho -- trC. -i-fi-. liner or nmio attractive line of goods u I iui buuuj tu biva my llllU Caiully bud wlieio the j wus uiway ready to bo prebont when fatuated with the profession, of dentis ty now tottnee built on her 'ot DENTAL SURGEON. than tho stole of Mr. Hamilton on dividends weru declared. In eiery HiurU llouie blood. Tin wm ! preeeptorship of old try ho accepted tho man and purlieulur hu i a For the pa-- t SO years there have! Main Street' ly lmproie the K)kh of our town tiiiint, at Danville, Will wllii privite wis lujr LuiiwIioM au. (Itilitu s tho Dr. Samuel l flie stote is one that siiipri-athan it il reported tlutCrttbOrclmnl 8prins well know tho value, of a dollar, as he been greater strides in denti-tr- y luii.ikllDKul with whom ho practiced font period furullurr. kiu lieu, diuljpg rium und imraury fiuui Danbusiuutrjr lrlur lu- hauw has inailu every one. thul hu po.tnoaoa. has iicalii tlmiiKeil hands anil ihul ft To science is transient caller, us how such oun,any other piole--iokn'ik uuW do well lu ijlm uie a of three years. Kuteiing the Indiana tall jiunhitur, but lu religion hu alllllaieb with the ville bymlicalo U thu tlnivo cannot but confue. ness can duo tho etithe ciedit, and the N. II. Tim huuw and lot wheie iiuw llie, tor College, Indiauopolis, ho grad thU report liiis J ut to bo conlltmeil. rvut. t,ardu aud ihUkeu lur wle does thrive, and to the Dental Kva, f dentistry today entei tain no idea However, it I'la-- s II. liSteerandlilauitlitor, of M, ami again Mr . li. II, MIKI. Three brothers numed Campbell, oulytlioso fraught with the highest' fine Hue of goods is duo its success, as uated in the re vUlllnB Mr. Murgaret llo.ley'H famifriend near Mt. died of usphyxlutlou Inu-wuconn allied himself .with his original., of this and adjoining ly uear Ubanon. MUk Kva's friend hope of scientific icmhiiccs. the tetuhinus nil vet. and professional partner, Dr, Grant, he will bo Indicated by lb H'lties reeognue it us the tin reel place to - Among the highest colleges of tlenti itnabni)rwiitu(uifii.nkaiurotniiniina Tin: democrats of MudUon will noiu1) C, U nt Danville. forithree hjriDgaulpioiUlrlb.-.o.lliou- , wllajiwJ Martha Celliim, of Wu.liltiKton, the best in jewelry and at prices JJr. tillllll, 1.. Inuto ucandldute for county udo Sept. try to honor the I'liitcd States is thu tret .M. lu 1880 he chose to ca,t gpendiiiK the iuniner with Mrs. with legitimate dealing. Mr. jeavs '- ilauijU fiinious Louisville College of Denti-- - consistent Harris Mr 1). 11. HdmMou nml S N. R. R. Depot, Mr. lainilton's nativity tirely satisfactory by the way. isl'auada, burn and leared near To-- r T. into, Outai in. However, he is tho soldier of m)ii of an the l". S. stiifo during the (50V, en- TINNING AND PLUMBING. listing in the Slate ot Mi iippi and serving thefull complement of I year-- , Sells the Famous Blark Diamond Roof moving to Canada after the cau-- e wa Paint, mechanic.-- . I J. JONES, I. I'UOUMAX. thi-to- ie i- le ss d. - o j v, 11 nt 1 1 res-'for- rd. -a 11 i- fo-t- HAMILTON, x XjO, SADBUTTRUE THGREFORE 1 Bclf-muJ- e 11 n. '" I u'jXftt?uffi;BKiamt.,. ami tho prices that the mill they have u large grain elevaftrictly lirt-cl- n! flu- - estnblihnient nre making tor capacitated to can for several rule at of the older concern look with thousand bifhels of grain. Those who wine Hour from wonder an index a to what the re- have not carried in stin-tillis found thi mill will confer it lavor to their More sults will Ik'. In a largo Mm'k of dry good, IkxiIs, eiitoiners that will bring trade to their doors by giving the mill an order. shoes, notion'', clothing, grin-crie-, liidit hardware, etc. Mr. IMiiiiton ha had foveral years' experience i JULIUS KESSLER & CO. reared in hi iiiereaiitiling, being DISTILLERS. father's stoic, in late years known a Ivlini-tn- ii linn. He i a typical Gnnrnl OFFico, Chlcnfto. of the modem day buiuesnun, progressive ami energetic, ami Liquor Manufacturers Independent of we predict a intxt splendid mutcs" in All Trusts and Confines. Not He is ft member of the hi" future. Even a Member of the Dis Hapti-- t church. Kor Treasurer, tillers' Independent S. W. HUlK.lt. Yi. G. WELCH. COL. Mr. .1. I). Anderson, a For Secretary ol Stato, Association. C llllKfK HILL. young man of Crah Orchard, i loutnl Kor Superintendent oM'iiMIc Instruction learned men to rcpie in the Anion;: the department. HAKKY llXHrSKY. Stills and Southern Business Un the bur of Lincoln county is Ciil Kor Conuiilwlonrr of Aitrleiiltiire, dertho Managorocnt of J W ION' II. NAM-FW. B. McRobC. Welch. He a lxirn nnilrennil tic; rLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLf ' llallroaJ Commlwloner, Jarrjes. of Lincoln Co. Crah Orchard ami wsciiliuiitcil in the c. c Mu'imiii). At nlil funning (uHiri'otiiu n College. anil The odium of combination Kor l!enrrentatlTe', l. V. SOUTH- strife bctwec " the beginning of the H trusts to tho iMipiilucti of tho I'nlteil ns Stales extend throughout It entire the North ami South lie cnli-'tei- l TltBlNTKRIOK JOCKNAL U SOttCwlint length nnd breadth. Tho most glirun-li- e private in the Confederate army anil of these associations Is ahiirnuer-Ie- d proud of Itself thin morning, with ltd 12 was later promoted to Col., ami as an tho tins "Whisky Combine, matpages and 72 columns of Illustrated ami during. ollieer he proved H vrorklni;s of which is yet In It Infancy up nnd ter. It has practically been set It Intention', however, to the pruetl After the eloe of the war he took u gotten out since Tuesday by five print the practice of law and in 1S7; came 1 e j mind, are very clear, unil to say ers, who have worked with a faithful to Stanford and for a niinil er ot years tho least, to tho retail trade and eon- m a umer, tho aliened plan of manufacture ness that Is most gratifying to the prohas Wen regarded a one of the bright nnd control of sale, I far from belnu' prietor. ct minds ot our bar. He mi very commendable. As by relciriitlnir ciJin- prepared The descriptive matter was gentleman, dignified am petllion from the avunue of trade, the by Mr. C. L. Howell, who makes a specof forelnir the sale of tvpir.il Ken Iowil to everv failh-- a ialty of getting up trade editions and his tiickiau. His home is one of the fin parlous goods" is Hurcnt. It has i:on alleged that all the principal ill admirablo work speaks for itself. We est in the eitv, where the lamily en liberies of the State of Kentucky uro havo found him u gentleman In every The picture of the tertain lavi-hlovcrncd by tho combine, which is far way and heartily commend him to other i shown ill the group o roni b.lne; true, a io mo ousines newspapers who desire to udvertlse representative home. Ill health ha 4 r'J utsido of Lincoln county, wo take but their section in a most thorough manlltle notice, but we are pleased to forced Col. from hi" home at pre-ener. Ho is affable and pleasant and can H hruniele thut in Old Lincoln, the scat entertaining lit Mr.. Welch is a very of Old Sour Mash Whisky Making. ' secure a write-u- p where the home man tie ladv. and we regret to say that ill H u here for more than u hundred jours would get left every lime. The pictures were taken and the cuts health has not left her unscathed. H plrlt distilling has been a jioteiit fac Candle Snuffer, Shot Pouch and Powder Guugc, lcaJ of Cane Carried by tor, the hand of the aKillictic trust, Is made Mr. E.H. Vox, the splendid pho Samuel Briggs. o xcludcd. tographer and all around artist, who H Thu Julius Kesslor & Co., with gen S keeps abreast with the times and works i A eral olllee in Chicago, have two large at a price that defies compctlton anu Hi HI distilleries in Kentucky. One Is forand let live. lives tunately situated In Lincoln county, at this Is a To cot out an edition like General Merchants and Un 1 Crab Orchard: tho oihur at Lair, Ky bigger thing than those who have not These are under the management of J. Imagine. The 7,000 full tried It can dertakers at Junction Gltu. W. James, a Lincoln county man, who copies look 1,000 pounds of paper and I welt known In thu Southern business required 21,000 Impressions, the press H w orld. tjlldlu about 13 hours. It A Popular and Progressive vcnrr nlnnn The name Julius Kessler & Co., is is Doing A Firm is tho largest edition ever printed out H w Idely known throughout the Western nidi? of tho cities and the beauty of it Mammoth Business. Hemisphere, as their bujlnes covers every copy was sold in advance, Mr. M.uifiml lin not had In yntr mcli n of TrunV. it nor the S nltcd States very thoroughly and Howell contracting with each man he Arjy and Every Thing Catalog their system of selling directly to the lie. up to take a specified number of Sell wrote tied ir. the Wants of Mao From dispensing trade, ware house receipts. copies. the Cradle to the Grave. m i s greutly appreciated by the reVillers Hon. G. O. Giluekt spoke- at Har of liquors, as It protects them from Junction City, Iloyle county, ha rodsburg Monday and made, as ho al market tlueluallons, and furnishes them two or three general stores tha wavs does, a telling speech for dem wine goods absolutely pure. ocracy. Ho wan followed by Populist justify the appellation, nietroplitan The excellence of Old Louis Hunter, Sharp- - and Crab Orchard whiskies, are J. G. Blair, candidate for governor, This hiisinci-.- - was founded in 1891 am v, ell who spoko so prosely and so tiresome- has since lieen a clnet coinmerciaii known by all dealers fumlllar y that the audience began to melt magnet of that sectioti. with Kentucky liquors. reguIn the away. After he had concluded, there Roller Mills, With two largu distillery plants ihat mercuntiling Dunn it were calls for Mr. Gilbert, when ho lar businei-- of aro taxed to their fullest capacity, again appeared and said that bad It Surber carry a splendid stock, emrunning nearly thu entire year, the Ait-id sue'.'' to :ts in, lie", prices il V) toil.'). , ClothA Time-Honor- ed Industry. Julius Kessler & Co., huvu been able not been for the populist vote In tho bracing Dry Goods, Notion-'Goebel bill would nev- ing, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Ladies' legislature, the to care for their colossal trade, flow, er have become a law. At this Blair and Gent's FuriiMiings, Mirnitiiro, near future will witness many Owned and Operated by the Ffrro of ever the rushed upon tho stand in a most eximprovements In thu plants, which Hardware, ImFurnishings, Carter & Straub. cited manner and denied the state- IIoio (!) will tnoro than doubly Increase their Ac TriiutCVMI ment, and accused Gilbert of treating plements, &c, and in conjunction The Knterprisc Boiler MHN are sit- capacity. v discourteously by speaking first conduct an Undertaking him A great .array of new machinery, uated in the West End of the city, (!) that bo made the appointment first and The lates and mo-- t approved proteghollers, etc, are on thu grounds at Crab homage U the siteaud building had the right to tho court liouc, and es for embalming arc employed and a paying be installed in thu modern Orchard, to fj that Gilbert knew ho was in town, specialty is made of Funeral Direct- of old Stanford Woolen Mill-- , a lead- structure, soon to bo erected to take him. and should havo consulted with ing and thriving industry in Lincoln tho place ot the ancient still building, Things looked squally for a while, but ing, their lines of Cofliii, Burial county in early days. To accommodate there now found. war's wrinkled front was smoothed out Holies, ivc, being as great in Changes at thu Lair plant aru also the public, tho woolen mills added a by Mr. Gilbert proposing to meet Blair being hurried to completion, o us to and a commendable in quality and it i but any where and on any stump and let ami price a" that of any other houe grinding department resume operations. In tho two plants, to say that the Enterprise Mills the r m huus to bu ablu to manufachim speak first, lust or In tho middle as In general this proper in Boyle county. he preferred. Blair seems to bo a very were the first steam (louring mill to be ture a quantity of liiuor siillielent to short horse and If ho fools with our hou-- e is one of the ino-- t lilwrally pa- erected in the county. The woolen supply the Incrcusing demand congressman again, ho will get curried tronized in tliN Mt'tiou oi Kentucky. This linn Is Independent of uny mill and its old birr grinders have long in short order. Their friends being limited only by "Trust," or "Indep.mdunt Associamill the since become tion," preferring to iimuiifueliiru us TliK republican senatorial convention tho bounds of acquaintance, their u modern plant, where is found much, or as llttlo as they pleae, and ut Ml. Vernon was presided over by trade being 'made tip from tho ranks machinery oi the latest invention, in dUiHisU of their products entirely to Hon. J. II. Wilson, of Barbourvlllo, and of the be.--t clnv of citi.en-i- . The key " Ring out tha ol6 klnj; In tb sew eluding the full rollers aided by tho thuir liking; they grant thu right to nominated John L on tho 41st ballot solves the nitcry of succe.-- of Kins out the fibs Ring In tho tru " others that they thcinsutvos unjiy; Whitehead, of Williamsburg. Others that Universal lioltor. this htiMuci-r-i is that the firm memliern they mind ifo business savu thuir own. We bring to you the new and true from th put In nomination were Denton, of It was merged into n Hour null comchri-tia- u plney forests of Norway Thu quality of their stock is not to gentlemen, of Jitukson. Lewis of are high-ton- ed Morris, the products ha excelled, and by having no middle two years ago, Uockcastle, and Golden, of Knox. Af- bitniner-r- t men of the firet water and plete wime in this and con- men, no brokerage or commission, attho convention was apparently In a live to the teachings of the golden being prime favorites ter town markets. Tho capacity tached, consequently can suit the very H. N. Holler, master of deadlock, biisiue with thosi tiguous rulo in Pine-Tar-Hon- ey trains on the L. & J., was voted for of the mill is full !J5 barrels of flour best al u fair profit, nnd thun compute with patronage. The np rico with other concerns. nominated, but ho declined tho who favor them and and 150 bushels of meal per day. The From the still all their liquors are very lxt of whatever they oiler for honor. Mr. Whitehead married Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by uro to enlarge the plant in the transferred to the Government ware daughter of Gen. Green Clay Smith and Bale, ut as little cost to the consumer plans science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Potlttra near futute, cs tho present capacity is house, under tho watchful eye of a locg republican. Is a life Curator coughs, colds and all Inflamed turf aces us is eonsietaut with honed dealing, insufficient to supply the demand for government inspector. Here, they are of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Princeton, when tho ladles show- extending every courtesy commensu- their flour, which is daily increasing stored until taken out, to bu shipped At The sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhte-rate- d Sod a tor Goebel rable tells conclusively why they enjoy according to tho directions of the mucus Is cutout; the t the microbe-bearin-g ered flowers on him, in popularity. The brands of flour cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed Ilelng released from governtook occasion to put to sleep the L. & N. Mich a patronage. Tho permembranes are healed and soothed so that there papers' lies that ho was thinking of sonnels of the firm are G. A. Dunn & manufactured are: Ladies' Enterprise, ment bonds, only when tux paid Is no Inclination to cough. withdrawing, as tho leaders wcro urSugar Loaf and Heady Sale. The mill stamps uro allixed, which Is done by C' Surber, and practically SOLO BY ALL GOOD DHUaCllSTS ging him to do. Ho said no word to of Mr. tho inspector in charge. is under the superiutendeiiey each are natives of Boyle county, Battles Only. 28s., 60s. ant $1.00 tlass) that effect had ever reached him and Thu company hus proven Itself to he Straub, Jr., the junior member of P. lie proud of Mich BE SURE YOU GET enterprising and public spirited, as U that ho wasn't tho man to enter tho uud well may WUli--"- 1 IHM BB the firm, Mr. Carter, the senior manifested In thuir contemplation of may nmmiy Bnn9 ur. ivtum u.i. r uj 4uai io tight and then back out. Ho Is in to Kins, PiM-Ttr-lM- ty UDr, It(lYM!Ulrlcu,lurmaintrrllrf member, being engaged in merchan- remodeling their plants, making then, faifrlpMwsUsfooochsandroiaa. ItiuAkrs win, and by the eternals ho will win I awi U. A. Mttcftlftk uooc-ll- n. tk dising in tho county, and extensively when completed, two of thu large.! The L. & N. hasn't got enough money ftslaak. R. EDMISTON, to buy votes to defeat him. engaged in brandy ditilling. Tho und best distillery industries in the irOH HAI-- AT PENNY'S DRUG STOKE. gentlemen who compose the firm stand State. GKO. A. Jonks editor of tho FraterAt high in business and social circles, Thu Southern manager, Mr. Janus nal News, and for muuy years connectis a Lincoln county man. Ills assoclu ed with the dally press of Louisville, contributing to tho busineis channel lion alouu, speaks much fur the high Crab being ut ono time managing editor of of Lincoln county valuable assistance. standing of thu concern. Prior to be tho Courier Journal Is dead, aged 61). At tho mill us head miller is found coming associated with thu Julius This biiriuens un established one He was a Federal soldier and entitled D. l'ursoiis, an expert in flour Kessler & Co. business, he conducted to u pension, but refused to accept one, year ago ami lias in nun miou nine Mr. A. manufactory on his own ao mako his living and liuilt for itself a splendid trade. Tho milking, which, with the aid of tho a liquor saying ho could count, und us a judgu of line stock, he would not accept bounty from tho tore building is 22x00 in dimensions, finest machinery known to the milling has not u peer in thu Stute. Ho Is a Lot hU name ho written In with Makes the food more delicious and wholesome rear room for heavy goods. Be trade, account for the pnxlucts of tho whole souled, genial gentleman, with a letters of gold and picture of silver for Ql lAMiNtl oph co , m o. ing u new store ull tho goods are) plant bciug classed us nonpuricl. Near world of friends throughout tho State. emulation uud Imitation. TltK statement is mado thht Go7. nrndley has not promised to make INTERIOR JOURNAL speeches for tho republican ticket, in THE fact It l said that he has not boon Invited todoso, Senator Deboo being opStanford. Kv.. - Skit S. 1899 posed to the extending of an invitation to him. We are not given to betting, but wo would not wnnl a surer thing W. P. WALTON. h.m to wager that Deboa and his lay out will come down from their high horso before the campaign Is a month older. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A word from tho governor Is worth vole for the repuMlcatis and they Kor will come from tho tnoro decent cleWILLIAM OOKI1KL ment of the party. There might bo a Untenant Id.mnnr. .1. C. W. IIKCKIIAM. chance In 100 for the republicans to For Attorney inrrl, win with Bradley on tho stump. With1J..I. illiKCKIMtllMiK. out him it 100 to 1 that the ticket will Kor Atiilltnr, bo defeated by 23.000 votet (U'SII COl'LTKK. 10,-0(well-known or J. McClary, Beazley Bros., - erts. ilii-liu- if ILLLLLLLLbbbH eoii.-ervati- y. nt lH fHf! H Bib. iKte&HIH Relics From Fort Harrison. -- Hc fltawci SuvW. -" I I I TRUNKS OUR ! that - I I I I I - PiHBiiV Enterprise s LADIES' TRUNKS I I I I I i I l TELESCOPES, VALISES, H. 1 Ilu-iiie- -. DLj...iJJ.j; mmiMSEtJmm J. M'ROBERTS. -- 11 e, now-bein- Pu-as- kl; DR. BELL'S tram-actin- n pur-chus- cr. ir. toll's J. K General Merchant Orchard Royal Bakino Powder 0 1 r I I '' r I J. A condemned murderer died of C. Vahhks tells in that hJI'tobblfli, of Indlanapollf, waj elected ' W. Unwllngn had to upenk out senior vlco commander nnd M. Mlnton, can In his cell In tho .Vow Orleans INTERIOR JOURNAL to (Into. THE Siecliil reprePtitiitlii of In order to Junior vlco commander, Win. II. IU ijill. l'oit Hank- .- Pour I 'oil Angus calve. In tho open air at Lebanon CflUPEfi, HUOOELL & CO. t. Low ItATKS to Dctboit. accommodate tho largo crowd that was ker, of Lynn, Mas.., surgeon general J, V. Hiiiiyliiiiiui. Merchant Tailors, t IT Wrt till flreel, Ho ays tho illalIectlon there anil Jacob L. (Srlmrn, of Marylund, elgn Grand Lodge I. O. O. Soptcm- Skit. 8, 1809 Cincinnati, (I., Stanford. Ky., I'AMH.V tioiiril m Unnlutta Spring In fact, ho cnHpinln.ln.ehlel. Is greatly overetlmated. iborlUto'Jl Tlckoti nt low rates Kith Will ill.ptiiy Sample at the St. Hotel Senator Hiuckburn, in reply to n dl- - und 17lh via tho Queen ft Crescent to thin month nt t'i "id per week. Unfo'nl on tho 3.tlt of Kacli Mont li. tho democrats will pull their thinks In j question lired at hlin, said ho was Cincinnati. Ask agents for full pirtlc-li- t All garmentu fitted on. Manahkii. work. A usual majority. A gentleman whollvoi E. 0. Walton, IIi'mni Flvo room cottage In Ton IlK.VT. mltlit I an lmMi.lilllty with thlmetholot Lebanon tells us that tho fact that thoroughly sutlMlei of Ooebel's election ulars Call anil exuinlnii late.t dolnif Korrest McCliiry. Miller addition. gooti round majority. "In all my 51 Hill Sweeney heads tho bolting move- - " Sample Pall and Winter, me, sam no, "i navo never Known j SOCIETY GOSSIP. PERSONAL AND Owr.Nsnoiio wagons and Bmpir ment tliere damages tlio cause anil makes thiMO who known him, siuple- - unythlng to approximate thu enthus-1 .V ' lu,,n Clnclnnnp drills and furlllirers at lionley Car "' 'I'0 democratic p.irty at so oii of It Mlt. A. M. I'l'.NcK win In ter e)) Oiaflimmaun ncviiu Bjujji ((a .early a stugo in tho game. Splendid till week. appolnteu HoAliHUiis wtll bo taken ihli month MAiniYIUMAl. 'auuionoes greet u. at all of our up. rflHlltna. Mit. J. H. OWiixs "' The Favorite Line polnttncnls " at Mnniclln Springs at 1 5 flO per pottna.tor at Cumberland I'M. I Ilrooks McKenney, of Atlanta, of HutonvllIu week. Mlts. M.utv Ultr.US, nnd Miss Kalherlne King wore married LANCASTER. wan with frUmln hero WedneMlay. What would mako n nicer bridal or at Danville. Mri. M. I. Iluglips l,:i v and children birthday Clay Oslnirn. n widower of ii. and rifmcii .1 Mils. Wil.MAM IJaut.h prouut ihun ono of Withers' iA In Ink.' it Kititimer outing nl Mnpli. Mlsit U. C, daughter of s. D. Grlllin, tuna returned from Istwwull, N. M. hamWomu rockorsi" Mr John K. WrlRht. it evperli-iimar-W- e ".Miss Il.w.l.ir. KDMlsTOS, of Crui) woro married on tho lh v fSZXI't e eitlltr nf li.invllle, l piilllng up .i Trains Morning and Kvening from L'n I'm: L. .V .V. olTers another $l.'Jralc Urohard.lt. with Ml Myrtl" Jos. Citb-Ik'Dni'iii.t: W'KDDiso.-M- r. monument nil Mr. .1. W. Poor' lot In MlUcr- Ion .Station, 10th and llro.iihvay. Sunday, Miss I.ansii: I .avion, of Jones, fnnuerly of this county, now - to Cincinnati tho city. next. Twelve practicing law at I'lnuvlllc.was married our cemetery, at u eot of burL'. wa thu truest of Ml"'fuo hours' slay In i'AMcnccr deiring inforinntioii nnd UVhIIII Iwicl Miinfoiil. We It nl i strike .Nebraska Mlts. V. M. l'OYNTKIt, of Mt lli Iirlek men. iiml ntes to ViconIn. Mlnneooi.i at Augusta on tho Uth. lo Ml'. Myrtle lieruthla and Giay and at tlm same time Win. Myers, everjll kntw th.it ilietc nr ri.it men tnd points in the far West, Including CalStciiih.k 1'i.ow.s. Vulcan ....... ..til, lr. Mrc. M. CIIUII. "I." Glbbs' lnierhil Steel Ileum plows at adrugglstof Plnovlllo, was married to enoiiKli at Horkln Mnnfurilto miike a Hike ifornia, should mldrc . llilln. And Dealer Id nho lolil tlm Imkiiio 'rank J. I!ppi1. (ten. Pmkr. Ai'f . Ml-- s M.a Ill'lintVA ML'I.MN'!! " '.. J II. K. Wearen .t Son's. Laura Gray, u sister of tho first Tlir (liirniid Hi n J I. Ilumllton ootild win for Joi of Mr. Ir. K. II. iiacon, Dis l'ns. Agt. , HABN3SS, SADDLBUY, SsC. ctn-'IngMnn, w" Last Day. Sept. --';! Is tho lust day named bride. Friends here send con- I In,' iinu. leeMntiire. li'ioiN (,nn. tolil the truth llrown. for tiling clulm. against Lincoln coun gratulations to Mr. Jones and wih for ami mnny lire tr.NliiK to prevail on him to W. II. McDofl, & Gen Mgr STANFORD. KY him and his u long life of love. Mil. S M. AU.US. of Mlllcr.bunr, ty. George II. Cooper, clerk. Charles II. Rockwell Tralh'c Mgr unniMinci . Mr. wlfo at Hfrtll IlAltlllS. Ono by one tho rn spoilt .evoral day with liU KM. Ili'rtigi. liiiwen i'lox-- lil meeting at NATIONAL BANK UcMSANT bargains In dark colors, K. 1. Wood.'. i's fade, ono by one the old widower- - Autlot'lion .Moniliiy night There were Southern Inrssimsnl Csmpanj, of Crab Or- - black dres. goods, waist, rklit and I.urge crowd, ntteudetl and hi drop ncuin In tho tracoj. Our friend, Miss Ilirrrir. IIhhiish, OK STANMJUII. KY. dre.s lengths, at Severance V Son's, I tnucli ery utile sermon lnliri-.t- . Harry T. Hush, Is tho latest to prove uhunl. .pent 'vcrM ,lll" wllh Mr"' Ky. Of u need more liouvii to make the World T. Cum in in. Capital Stock $100,030. Surplus, $17,633 SI Fi:i:i). I'lio bushels o that marriage Is not u failure, by try ClUCKKS Ik Iter. St. Mil. W.T. TlVKr.lt l bauk Join Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. ThU Institution originally rstahllthed the !) chicken feed .creenlngs for only i ul ing It again. In fact, it Is said that he Our for Hit- - ?oiilln'rii r.iltronil lias been willing to prove It for the last urn Mary, when? ho wont in ontor hi win. J. II. Ilaughman .t Co's. mill, oilt Hank ot Stanford In IMS, then rrorganlred a, erowliiR lirlliler every (Invalid nine In j flvu J ear, but the lady who has at la- -t I.oUu, In Colleco. Wo Tij TfhXlt 7c3 Lire. uHry 10 me foi the miter ork. Th.i dry Indepen-denethe National Hank ofKlanloiJ In lf'A amlagaln li. ciune his wile, kept pulling him olT, MitS.J. M. SKWIll.l., of nnil IheelouiNof ilu- -t have cttli'il Old Llss Ccapiales T17 Wfcon You Bio. W. W. With Kits Is gutting in carreorgantznlasthe Klnt National liankol Stanford Mo., I" with her parent. Mr. unii 1'iiPsday, when nho drove with that timtler, Jlng iintlilug of the chief load, of New Furniture, Carpets, Matuinl Mr. K.T. I'onco. In 1SS2, has had practically an uninterrupted eiltt hiii. to the residence of Itev F. W. Alting", Hugs, etc. Prices lower thaiiSlho ii , accompanied by many of his and Wneftti. I.K). Smith. Ir hu returned lifter n tu , OmilVlmilul.) InllTlns in Mil. C. II. S.M ''OS and daiiKhter. irer i.i'i.ii re n.l Mujilus encf for 41 jeara. It Is hetter supplied now wltL Mottle, of Mercer, arc valllni: lowest. MW li. i relatives, and heeuino his wife, of two month nt Ctiinlrliinil rail. Mr. II UNI s WKAIII.N. Ik-i- I .cenl, lacllltlrs for transacting huslorrs proinptlr and lib W. II. .lone. Im len vNlllnj; ihe fiunlly of , SMITH IIOM N, stanforJ. Ky relative In till county. TUB M. N. Dwl'auw form will be that gentleman performing the cere lKliKton, Kjr n eralljr than tTer before In lis long and hotioraMf I'.. C. WALTON Willi i.uey i mony. The bride was Mis Keltic Har her hrolhir. IV. It. Pillion, at I.ivliic-ti.- ii Mlts. wuuk or sold in front of thu Stanford court ris, daughter of tho late James A. liar I Tin) MsIIkmII.I rotifercm-cM-iii- l Itev W I. , career. Arcounti of Individuals, fiduciaries, lirtnt and Clalbomo are endlni: a PARKER'S Imiico at 11 A. M . on next county court riiirk- to lliitleriuid Itev. f Itolierton llrodhead HAIR BALSAM rls and Is an excellent lady The groom chartte of tlio coiigiff;iitioii here take two ui the Albright Hotel, cd IndlTldualtsolIcllrd. ClruiMf anj tcsuttf.e thf hair. Itev on tlio day. W. I'. Given., Agent. 1'ronhitrf loiuriant rrowth. DIKICTOtS. Is the well known farmer and auction Mil. MIKK Ml'NUAV, engineer Clark ha many frh'inU here .Mr. J. A. Never Fa,lU to Btitore Ory . vlul"K 1IaI tn it Youthful Caar. J, W. Harden, Stanford F. Held, Lincoln Co.; Don't forgot tho new tlrm of Hubert eer and Is highly thought of by every-liod- Anion', health I. Iniprntlng Ml Grare Main Uno of the I.. A d kimi jr htir tiiui. Curt rip 3ir,iMlltJal I)njnrlU B. Leo Sims A Co, when jou need Tho union will prove a happy Munalrd I very lek of tjphnld feer " tf. II. HaughniaR, hi. friend, at l'.owland and hero S.T. Harris, " wunt to Using' groceries of any kind. I 'rices right. one and hero's hoping tho clover old and Wblikey Hakltt J.S.Hockjr, " Mlts.MAItV u(ii Navlor I on the lck ll.l T. P. Hill, cured nt home withLexington At the W. II. lirudy .land. A pri'vloiLly announced, Mr II. I., ;. fellow's lust days will be his best days- ton Wedncdoy to Join a out rutin Book of " W. A. Tribble, wnt TREE. W.l'. Walton " and Ml.. I,lle Thmip.au, luvompui-le- d of ladle. Including Mlw p.rty DK U. M WOOL It I CO. Jons IIki.m wa, given 10 days In jail liy Me..r. f, (!. .Ilii.eldeu, Win. Einli'y, TCHI l (( tH tiiiice. 1m North I'rror SL J. II Colllsr.CrabOrch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon CHURCHES AND PREACHEHS. Spring. Allion,forTiitham .M..e Matlhi Pimell ami Mattlu Tnompvin. a ormcr ami lined tllli by Judge Halley for carwith Tcetnble M. D.KImore, Stanford Mil I. (5. roitUliSTi:u. fug concealed weapons. Deputy W. ItKV. W. M. Hrltt has been returned drove to ll.tmlllu on Wedne.ihtv eveiilni: Have euretl ' pa'rtnor.of Mr. C. U llowell. joined ry thuuamil ca.e orricaas. L Woodnrrested him In Doolcyvlllc. here, but ho will not re-- l and were marrlid. Kit! J. h. Allen otllci.t- to tho church and they will do eall.l hoiK'le. In ten J S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mclloberls JCashUr. 1,lm hero jc.wnUy all Hrniptoimreinov turn In tlmo to preach Sunday, author-l?ln- g tlnir. The party droo to llryiintsvllle days atlea.t l Tenttmontal ami TEH DATS treatment WllKS you como to court Monday, tlio tow n together hereafter. A A McKlnnar As.Utant Csbier. B B. GREER'S SONS. Hu K. Atlanta, (la. Mr. T. I). Kunuy to get some one whero they weiu received ly Mr. J. S. HitsIn receipt put enough money In your breecheB Mlts. KATf. 1. Mu.i.Hlt U I'lurn, lter of lliu groom. I Join the public place. to fill his , to tho golden wedding ... In offering rongm........on, of an liivltullon iockel to pay fur your paper or uny Ilishop Key. made the following Harrl at pair anil hoping that they may enjoy thf Tf 5 id Col. and Mr. John I). In MadWon, other bill jou limy one at this olllco. ,rV'. for the year In this, the rlche.t llle..ie,. of life. 4 their home. Mlythewood," t is current that Mr. M. J. Danville district: I'ollnwlng the truthful statement of corn Thk iron." to li o'clock. Spl.'iO. Presiding Kldur, V. S. Pollitt. Mippliifrou the .talk. In Mr Tiniilliivrn't. of llrodhead, Farrls has bought tho Crab Orchard Mil. B. B. 1'llOilir.ltOK, Kiirden, other Matvment aro made In ref Danville J. U. Savage. i pro.ldent Springs property und that Mlno Host wa hero Wcdnc.day. Ho erence to tho torrid weather. Mpilro Harrodeburg C. J. Nugent. Association and Hughes, of tho Gllchcr Hotel, Danof tho llrodhead Fair says) that weet potatoe V. Watts. Nlcbolasville-- D. lire found 30 per cent, ville, will, run it for him. told u that a dividend of baked In the ground, ready to be .erved, .o Perryvllle W. A. Ponn. wa declared. Ueut. John Pnrrit told me. Ilrlght Swine- This has been tho hotle.t spell that Mackvlllo D. M. Humphrey. an Indian-UK)MlhsNKLMKWKlihTKK, broad Mty that he saw a Mirghum patch over camo In September. For more Chaplin K. II. Uodbcy. where the farmer wit drawing mula.-beauty, who ha been .laying at lluin a week the mercury has touched Klver B. J. Terrill. Salt from the standing otalk, the Juice having Crab Orchard Spring", look tho train tho 100 mark dally und yesterday and Salvlsa-- J. G. Flzcr. Uilled down liy the 'heal of the un. i.. Wednesday for home, having lie thu day before It went up to lu.'l. Hades G. Turner. Ulchmond-- Il. The woodcock itropjicd dead. .miled Mr. Hcv. Hatterlon thU far Isn I half a. hot or us dry. W. Peebles. College Hlll-- S. Cattle buyers don't forget to attend behind hu tlno turnout. Soraerr-cT. M. Hill. the sale of J, C. McClary, Bxr,, Sept. Washington says LOOK. For u short tlmo you can buv A DISPATCH from Bast Pulaski J. II. Pence. 10. Soma extra pood Itev CeorgoO. Barnes failed to pa.s the two songs, "Just Sixteen" and "In West Pulaskl-- S. M. It. Hurt. steers cows, calves, &c. Sate begins at, for a place In the census tho Sunny South, an L A X. "examination Moreland T. V. Jones. 10 A. M.' for lOcts., tho price of tho latbureau, but Miss Mario has been listed B. V. Savage. Wilmoro examination and will, It is said, get ter. Write at onco to tho publisher, for Hurgln D. H. Cooler. The Ml. Sterling Sentinel reports Mrs. HoMillnd Xesbitt, Mt. Vernon. tho place Intended for her father. Just placed on sale. Lancaste- r- L. Koberton. J,McllOlir.HTSeiit.Mon- sales of ill export cattle, 1,(UU pounds, Mii.Jniis W. M. Hrltt. Tlli: head of the Ice faelory, If there sMer-ln-laWe are now ollering the New Fall Lengths and Styles in Stanford at 5c. day In Ulchmoiid with his speak-in- g Is a head, didn't know It was oini; to Prcachcrsvlllo S. M. Coiner. Mrs. Sarah A. Baker, tha oldest Mrs. M. M. Miller. Tho Climax one. Kel so hut and ran short of ammonia, Hurnslde C. L. Hohon. American actress, is dead. She was on of him says: "Mr. Mclloberls Is and and therchy curtailing the ice out-pu- t J. W. Hughes, Asbury College. the stuge over 00 years. of tho safest financiers In thu State In thu London district thu appointIn Laurel county Ilalph Chapman, bank olllclals wo ever putting thu town on very short rations. . ono of tho best As ammorla Is cheap It would seem that ments are: ' aged i:t years, and MUs Nellie Kuhn, et." j Acknowledged by corset wearers to bo the leading corsets of America. a ?ood biipply Plight be kept on hand Presiding Blder, W. II. I lagan. aged .'10, were married. Come will u assortment U complete. We have them for long, bIioiI, Mis. It. W.IIoci:i:it, of Kaum uty, for any emergency Uindon- - F. T. Mclntyre. In Clay county Deputy Shcrilf Wash stout and thin folks. No fancy prices but your money's worth. J .pent a few days with his brother, J. S Harbourvllle 11. II. Cobb. Thacker was assassinated while on his Hooker, on his return from tho Old PocKirr Hooic Stoi.kn. While nt Pittsburg Bdwaril Allen, way to make an arrest. World. He was In Holland and thu Danville fair, llltlu MUs Kllsu' L Selby. Irvine-- W. pleased with his George II. Secresl, a farmer and Ho wu greatly daughierof Mr. O. U. Knuleman, had Campion J.J. Dickey. lumber dealer, committed suicida neur and benelllted In health, lining her Koket book stolen. It contained it vl.lt ' Frenchburg To bo supplied. 2 da ti Carlisle because of business reverses and coming lie was on tho ocean illHI bill and eomo chumre. The bill West Liberty und Ha.el Green T. In thu least. without lielng seasick win. a Confederale one, however, but J. Pike. the thief evidently didn't know this W. Clay. C. Cluv CIty-- C. LOCAL HAPPEN1N6S. until after ho mado his haul. Thu Jackson II. 11. Mills. U it candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County .addle cheap go to G. H. Kckct book swung from tho young la Full a nice T. Tyler .uhject to the action of tho ilcmiwrntle. pir- Hazard and Plkevllle-- W. dy's waist and the leathers that held It Farrls'. ly lour iiipori i soiiciieo .1, II. Williams was sunt to Millers were cut. burg und W. S. Grinstcud to Taylor cakes at Warren NICK llnu officii SUIT WlTllliltAWN. Mr. i:. i:. I'm vlllc. C. C. Fisher remains president ,.V Shank '. thcroe, of llrodhead, who was hero of Mlllersburg College. boarding ui Mnniullii l'HIVATU Tho jury In the case of tho llov. yesterday, showed us a retraction and Springs this month at .'i T.0 per week. an apology from T J. Frith, whom ho Johu Keoves, presiding elder or thu iNTKltlOlt JOL'lt-NA- had sued for $10,000 damages for slan- Lexington district, has reported nnd k THK ltemember der. Hu slates that his chargcti were llnds him guilty of tho churges prefer1 a year cash, Is only without foundation aud made In anger-Mr- . red, and recommends expulsion from tlmt. Ky, I'rotheroe, uon getting this state- tho Kentucky conference and from tho YOL'U account is drawn oil and ready settle at onco ment, magnanimously withdrew hi Methodist church. will meet noM year for you und you must Tbo conference suit as it was to maintain his honor and llcuzluy Hros. In Nicholasvlllu. not to gut money, that ho brought It. (JuliMiitt liorwi foiuMiHtl with, be iiPt hiu 'l',lK great crusli of matter curtails lir fttraiiu of htrnftt aud iat1JI lion! maUni! thf Miss Alice Foley, a milliner of Dan .tm.Miml ruMiUler. Jrnfjr cattle all rttriktmM aad Hkavv Damauks. Dr. L.M. Potter, wo will mako up our locul nows, but who o. hfuilM ly theiuWtsl lVUrotUill, Housu of Louisville, Kentucky, of Now York, has Instituted suit for vllle, died Tuesday night. kir I'wlro Jln7 and dam Inlauta I'tnlro Ma'oram The Kcprosentativu 1'iano for It hereafter. democrats nominated G, ki.I tr two of Mr. Otoir'a winolDtf iwtvtke Woodford i0,000 damages against Mrs. Nannlo IMakes a Specialty of High-Grat- lc hrdat tlitt WorU'a Kalr. Shorthorn are youuk' or Owens and tho recovery IIOUBK for rent on Main Street. I Mary' tojiHl with VlMeyM, iVrles, lUrron and of Cumberland H. Stout for representative. apply w Mr. W. H. HIkbIm. Fulls. Ho claims to havo sold his opTho pork packing establishment of Oifurd. Niutlidowu alietp, lilaud China aud Ihirk tonus and brvd (rum tlie ahlrr hocx trulUldually tirrdi tion on It for that amount and In tho Claypool A: Co., at Howling Ureon, was Ut we or of Kentucky, frier raoiuMe. Como MrB. L. A. Hulmes. write for whit you want ,- aud K IU:iU, bUnfonl, Ky. mcaiittmu Mrs. Owens sold to Morgan, burned. Tho building alone cost $10othNKW llnoof fallhau In ull tho H' HuranU, oerythltur a rfiirefwuttNl ly Mr. Sell tho Famous Steinway, Haynes, Chickering and all .V Allen, of Louuvlllo. Attor 000. W. V W AM UN, Kdltor. IMd. for school purpose Honta shapes and Doboo, who Is tho most Ignorant standard makes of Pianos. Sheet Music, the latest and er ney Bd P. Farrell took 20,000to Cumui Mrs. Kutu nuddcrttrV berland Falls und tendered It to Mrs. beet In tho bunch, says that Taylor most popular, Large stock of minor musical instruments. PUBLIC SALE OF 1.10,000 " Nix,lc,' t""orln' U now Owens. Shu refused to uccept It. Hence will not 170.000 votes, Goebel MV fall ami for prices and specific information. ! und Hrown 50,000. All tho now tho suit. (522-(i2open for your Inspection. Louisville, Ky. 1th St., 2 on, Conservatory thousund veterans were Thlrty-tlv- o s est und latest fabrics and stylus. Jes.o Tub city council lust' night ordered In lino for thu G. A. II. purudo at I). Wcareo. puvemcnla to be mado of crushed rock Tho parade was reviewed by j. W. IlAYDKS tolls us that ho Is from J. S. lllcu's to John Blight's und President Mckinley. lleKluiiini; at 10 A, u., 1111 tint premise. I "III or lillii't lililder llio eonluliis tlio getting subscriptions to tho McKlnney guvu ono of thu scholarships that In a cutting scrupo In u church In sell to tlio Mel'lury. Sit I.I (arm farm l.tu lutu J It. railroad right along, having secured thu town owns In tho Female Col MnilUon county. J. V. Coyle, u while iioie,ltimteil our mile from Stiinfciiil. K'y lego to Miss Hesslu Dawson. Mrs. W man, und Sam Moran, colored, were In- neiir'tlie Muiiforil I.uunitei turnpike ami l,f00todaui. Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, WEBSTER'S Is In kooI state of cultivation, well wiitt rvil B. Varnon was allowed $15 for Injury to iHon.D.I.Brewer It to ull ua tlio one g rvut J2..10 upjured, tho latter perhaps fatally. nplt'iultdly Tliero uro two laiul li ami SUITS 7..M) upwards; pants self and vehicle by It turning over thu INTERNATIONAL Forty cases und tlvo deaths Is tho yel- good fruiiiK dwelling hoiie ami other It exctli In thoeaao with w lik lithe eye flmU the wards. Uo suro und oxainlno my Full embankmunt near Dr. Cook's und u (U IiiIIiIIiik, v'ihhI oreliiird c. Will so far ut Key West. sell wonl Kiuglit t la mvuruey or UetliiUioii : In low fever record a wliolu or ran Ihi dlvliletl samples bofoio buying rulllng was ordored placed DICTIONARY . and Winter m ten) on both Tho disease Is slowly spreading there, At niiiio llinu und place I will sell Hie miw coniprclieiuilvo statenienU of facta ami 111 your Fall clothing. Jesso I). Weaien. sides of It Thu ((nestlou of curtulllng but It Is not of u violent type. There Is stork consisting of koiiio extra kihhI imo .t practical uw ua u worklnic ilktlouury. iVMrfnu n cfrn it nt on aiiiUcolUn. tho town boundary was up uguln, but u now no truco of the disease In New Or- - tiiir-ol- d ulsu steer, com. cuUc. Iuire und fiirinlni; ImplriiienU. Iiousvhold U you havn't paid youi taxes, do so. iiis. board not being present, un ad- cutis. & C MmUm Co., rubiufcm. SpringttU. iiut.. u. s. a. anil kltclieu furniture, isiultry .c Wo must tiuvti tho money aud full Possession L'lien any at onco. Ka.y und journment was had till Saturday, when ThoG. A. It. elected Col. Albert I). time. terms 011 land. wHl expect everybody to como CJ It h likely a compromise boundary will Shaw, of Watertown, N. V., comman- J. O. M:Cl..ltV.ii:,r. M pay county court Jay- - Sl Muufuid, Ky Irving fixed, ucclamatloii. bo by WlTIIKHH Chrlatinan lino will bo 'up Hos. It. dls-nnil- J. MULCAHY, 3 Sover-prcscn- - ... l, -- ret j liu-li- ii' SEUSP I'.t'.i-1IK- len ' LOTTlBVILIal minii'-tcntl- r i CHICAGO. UK' - liiinil-mil- imm In&St 1 II ... !,. wiek-iimiiu- ", to '"' un t Vlce-I're- s. lb rrt-ut- I Hull Lexington, FIRST 'i, -- , -- I Ifi-- S-- j I - ' N-- y. Mr-I- t. ltwl .len-nlii- n?m I i ... DROPSY! rort mjjssf&&smsi free-D- &Ctm Kln-nal- 1I e, ,.,,. t A Big Corset Stock Glove Fitting and American Lady Corsets, X Bug-lan- d. im;'mmmmmmwmmi SEVERANCE A SONS. JOHN PEPPLES R. A. JONES, DENTIST, L Twlee-u-Wee- Stanford, FOI? SALE. Smith & Nixon Co., : fri Musical Write Instruments. Sinili it Laud And Personalty mil-udelphl- a. On Tuetidny, Sept. 19th, ne.'-i,s.i- 11 3. po, o0 C Shcrltt. ef j n pursuing vlowof the (Jplum and Morphlno uneventful country practlcq, ho nov- - ease," I)r Kenley has given tho only Fcmnlc College cr for n moment lnt sight of the selentllle pathology of tho disease of thought that had baenmo paramoun .Inobrlety. In his mind the causo and euro of In I N'otonly hit Dr. Keeley given a One of Kentucky' Mol Hlflh. Of Kentucky. cbrlcty. If his lot wa can In a quint pathology for Inebriety, but ho tins also Toned Educallonnl Illinois vlllago, tho very unoventfulness ' given 11 cure, s. pcxltlvo cure for this The Famous Crab Orchard of his life afforded him splendid oppor- - dlseao. When wo say It Is a lllvoand tunlty for earnest, progruislvo study tlvo" cure, wo menn It In a Willlan) Srjelton. President. Mrs Sprin&n Belnft Its In s In this retired j literal sense, as applied to nil nnd for experiment Nannlo Saufloy. Lady Homo. Principal. place ho had no dilllculty In finding an which physical conditions will tolerate indlrldal subject for study nnd expert. 'a cure. It must not, however, bu con- A Positive Cure For Liquor una ment. Situated fur lwick in a fine campii, strued to mean that a certificate of Finally ho said; "If drunkenness Is moral Infallibility Is an ntlaehmetit to Opiurr, Habits licavily shaded with fruit ami forest uncontrollablo thoro Is 11 causu for It." tho cure. If a man will "hold fast to tree., is the Stanford Female College Diligently nnd nrdontly ho sought for that which Is good," tho Keeley Cure buildiiijj, which hn for 30 year One of trjo Most Marvolous Dlscov tho causo and dually tho sublime con- Is erK!tual. Dr. Kecley's remedies orles of trjo Twontlott) Century. a high and nolile work. It say viction came that drunkenness Is n dis- have been In uso since d0, and 'ttie world from within, from the,c to the Within t.io pnst few years Crab Orch ease. Tho pathology followed natural- work of thu Keeley Institutes Is confinard Springs, ono of the iiiimI delightful ly and easily He found tho latter In ed exclusively to the treatment und walls of mine go forth the doner of Ik'hHIi resorts in tho great Statu of tho undisputed facts of science nnd In cure of discuses caused by alcohol, towomanhood, well qualified to take ii Kentucky, has becomu the property of intltnato study of living subjects, as bacco, opium, chloral, cocaine and othhe responihIo vocation of life. It tho various and er drugs. Thu cure Is as certain In Its the Keeley Institute of Kentucky, and they ay to society and religion, your mantho good work that the Institute is do several stages of Inebriety. Then ho results In opium and other drug addle-tier- s date., form the code upon which our In that of drunkenness. An Ing. prompts u to commend It to the learned that vice might lead a man In to drinking, but thu inebriety Is a dls actual euro of the drug addiction Is public. based caching arc Since the Introduction of the Keely eae. Folly or sin might cause a man made In from four to six weeks, If the The Stanford Female College is nil make a sojourn at the hotel u happy remedies for the disease of itrunkcnnes, to have the small-obut the latter patient Is In reasonable physical condiand more than is claimed for it. Fuepoch in one' life. to the world, their success has boon fills Is none tho Icsii dlcase, although the tion, and hu passes from un addiction ller the watchful eye of the faculty the ly demonstrated, n the great army of man may havu brought It upon himself to a cure so gently that hu searcely JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. realizes when It l made: hence all medpupil U trained in nil that constitute living testimonials In every (juarter of by his own act. D. lon, ho icine cun bo dropped and tho patient Knowing that alcohol Is tno globe will testify. The general a high education,' and the college faComfor hospital at Dwlght III., having Inade demonstrated that Inebriety Is a condi will thus huve Ksltlve proof that he I GENENRAL MERCHANT. cilities arc not hampered in the leat. How to upply hi cured. quate accomtnodatlons for the thous tion of Men. Rates d The very let of instructor are Accompunjlng ullmcnts, Incident to ands of nmdlcants. U was deemed udviH' great principle of overcomlngjlhal pol I here in every department and at not n man, woman or child $2 Per Day. ble to establish territorial Institutions. son In tho human subject was a tak by the use of the drug, which are the in Lincoln countv that due not know which has been done, the ono for the no menns easy of discharge. Tho dis sources of all the sufferings, a patient he head of the college are Kentucky being assigned to covery was made not by a sudden luspl necessarily has while under treatment, fe work has been in the interest o" Located in Stanford i one of the M. I). FJmore, fam.iarlv known a Stat ration, but as tho result of careful, ear are cared for and treated by tho latest H,. nu,ri, .... ,1,,, the company . now In chaw, consisting hotel in ..I'nl.. M- -" . .......I.. .w.;..,l little The college building i , . ducntion. - .. ,, ,,,., ,.,.,,. nest protracted experimentation, ex and most Improved methods. A large ....w V.. ...,., .. U'l . ., l :.... . . . i.. ii ..l.i ,. ...!.. i gnumi "in swui:i...i: l.... :.- .. q dale, tills I .i .. vi.iu.iii iim.i, tuner- - m mji. --ii.u iu.ii ia.i viei Ing under a State charter. All "Keeley tending through many years In fact corps of physicians Is constantly In 'UiH oui Hie inu so as which has oulv opened up within the, ard on the Kith day of Aug. 18!l, Institutes employ tho same system of lie had fondly concluded that his treat attendance ut Dwlght. 111., (the parent equipped throughout inoderiiiy, Hi father wa n farm enter, cou-treatment and use Identically the same ment had reached a measure of sails house) aud ono or more at all of the f ew w eek as a strictly o give to the pupil every comfort-Boarp.ist The high mcdlcul proper factory perfectness. Patients wore ac Stale Institutes. Ijich physician has can be obtained in the lic.--t hotelrv. Thi is bv no mean the iiiicutlv had nothing to start hi hovs medicine ties of Crab Orchard Springs' waters ceptud and treated for several years taken 11 course of Instruction at Dwlght families of our city or at college hall, largest hotel in thecounty, nor for that with in life save good advice. have proven potent factors In establish with g'atlfylng result: but, finally he In thu administration of thu remedies At the age of 1(1 "Uncle Mo-o- " re-which is virtually the Mine as a home matter in the city, but it does claim in In? a speedy cure, a condition of ulTulrs became convinced that more had to bo und thu care ol patients, and has passed life. The Lady Principal, Mrs. S.uif-'Ic-y, itself a stopping place for the traveling solved to kittle the world on hi own not aoelated with other Keeley Instl- - accomplished. Promptly he closed his a satisfactory written examination. All Intsiitutc, refusing to take any patient of these physicians uru graduates of is a most estimable chrUtian lady, liublie, with accommodations up tothe account mid left the parental roof tuilons. ' the Stat ' Kentucky there l but except such as ho needed for expert recognled medical colleges and havu nd has hod years of experience iu the atninlnnl ..f iir excellence in every and hired to a farmer by the name of ment, and for u period of ill months was, had years of excrlunco In general .Fas. Parson for 810 per month, later 0DU Kcnulne Keeley Institute and that :....!.. best fcchools in the land. Her father, i.l.l.e.Ml.1. 'n... ii.i-- v , wMnnllv . ... ,l J ., .1. . lire engaged In almost constant study and practice before coloring upon work at the president, F)r. William Shelton, ted in the central part of the city and he worked for a number of farmer in be any, have no connection whatever investigation. At the end of this time thu Institutes. is one ot the mo-- t noieu educators 01 jl:ls occll fitted so a to grant me nesi tne neigiinoriinod Known wen to the with tho original Keeley Institute he again threw open his doors, having wiiv riivsimxs snoi'i.u iommk.vu the country, the greater universities of favor. to thoc who are fortunate older residents. Some of the partie pronounced by tho selentllle world brought his remedial agents to that IT. being his field of work. The faculty lenomrh to lieeoiuc its guet. It is for whom he worked are Sila Atuler- - to be one of the greatest discoveries state of perfection, tho results of which Thu entire medical profession should aru now known to the world. Then he !. ...lu.....iC.il nine iii our mmi. II. Anilrxiii TIhw. firim... of the :Mih century. tl.r vir i.- - Willmni SMtnn irp.i commend tho Keulcy treatment for lhu At the Institute at Crab Orchard Is to bega again to receive patients and good It has ilouu (is members, over ill,- dent; Mrs. Nannie S. Saufley, lady city. The large veranda and concrete Ilryant Hunter, G. A. Lackey, Geo. bu found an ablo corps ot physicians bhenif acnul success followed. UOO of whom aru now honored and use principal; Mi. Mattie Paxton, teach- - yard frontage, shaded by wealth of Vaughn, Zachariah Vaugh, ("ha-- , who havo been trained in the work. At Inslstenco I made that what the , the head ot the medical statT I Dr. K world, tho medical profession and the ful men, after embracing It us a "court cr of M.ithemntic and Physical Sc- i- maple, make it an inviting place Hobb, Win. King, Wood Adam-of last resort" for alcoholism, und ence; Mi. Kllen Ballon, principal of during the summer day- -. The rooms I Hen Uoiiten, Win. I Iult7clavv, Klij.ih J. Dick, a graduate of some soverul scientists havo to do with, and only three-tlft- h of nil male treated for this, Is tho results that have been Mary are all large and pleaKint and exqui Scott, Tho. B.uiliiuaii and Harrv mcalL'ul coiicjres anu lor mo pasi nine tho Music Department; Mi drug using ure from their ranks. Tho In not a living physl reached. There . 1..1 ..: i. i " :.....!.,. ................. years In churtre ot the UentucKy lnr.li; combined ulTorts of llio medical pro... i: ..-. ..1 i Hubbard, principal of the Art De :.t iunii.iii.il, .i. ...i:..:..,. I...11 ;. tl.o mm. ii. ...... ......b lulc crab Orchard 's un Ideal place clan of average common sense who fession of every country havu not met partment; Mi Flora Rilloti, princititle gem of the hou?e. An able chei he liegan clerking 111 Stanford, itm. for lhu OL.alioa 0f such a worthy work, meaurus tho value of his own meJI with results in thu curu of inebriety In pal of the Department of 1'locution is retained and the meal- - erved are a mencing with M. C. Portman and 'n- - The hotel uceominoIatlons are theery caments In uny other way. If one w ho any sense eommcusuruto with the e- ter clerked for P. Watt-- , leavin-- ' the hciund the enviroiimontH are Mich lived lu a malarial region learned In wi-Cleanliu4iml Physical Culture; Mi Jlennie ebvnint n one could ot the K.tiley treatment ' c his practice thai a given remedy failed achievements iNaber.--, principal of the Primary and i the supreme oiiler for every depart-- , latter gentleman' employ ti engage thai it adds greatly to the patients' ot bringing MHliHAI. tmiKS. about anticipated change beautirul comfort Kxcullcnt Thu great trouble Is tiial thu ethics 11 account on Preparatory Department Mr. Mag- inent, and any one who know Mr.. in e $1,100 ot cames, In In tho condition of his pitlent, hu i;roec. the Introduction gie Martin ha charge of the boarding Cofley know wvll t'u. nothing - was the extent of hi capital and a utid out of doors and the linen miner- 'would ceiiso to prescribe It, although of the mcdleal profession hamer the usefulness of Its Individual memltcrs dcpjitment. The cour-e- s of tudy in overlooked in the code. The proprie- rented room acted a a repository, thi al waters on earth, aru some of the every work on matc-l- medlca and ev a few make rules for thu many to ery medical journal commended It for all department. aie thorough and sys- tor, of StanfordV wa iu the year ot leli.'i. By a iduoiie features to be encountered. h Colley, A vory lurgu percentage of the The following clippings will ho of in- tho malady for which ho hud given it profession Is ready for u leader uho-e d .mil tematic. Fach teacher is a speciali-- t citien-- , a gentleman one attention to he i terest to thoje who arc not familiar On the contrary, If another physician motto shall lie: "Any honorablu means the time wa not long until he in her own department. The expell- know only to like. He i very obtained best Hsslblo results from with the Keeley discovery, u certain do our suffering patients thu most ees are as low a tho-- e of any first-cluMin to of the leading merchant-o- f the euro for liquor, opium, cocaine and some other drug, hu would and does not court good." .Medical ethics, Invaluable so ami enter city, and 1111 occupant of hi- - own college in the South. In the hubtis (Clipped from cclal com using It In his practice, even If every long us their application is conllne.l to yet progres-iv- e other doctor and all tho me ileal luniks regular studies the price of tuition va- taiiiing. The hou-- e is emiipptd with building. Fortune continued to favor piling:) thu conservation of all that Is gool uni to determine the denounced his action D.ielors, iikc true in medical praeliee und progress, It Is not lmpo-slbl- e wit!; him with ucee-s and well did he ries from 10 to 82."i per se ion, ac- good sample rooms and bathroom merit of any enterprise save by Its re- other people,alway looks for Itr.l'l.TS. Is n mighty fortress for the .It (ens. of for the "pioverbial rainy day." cording to grade. Iu the Ornamen- roomy porcelain tub-- , free to the sults. This has been the standard ot In thu practice of medicine thu use of Hehim-elfi-- a tal Blanches pi ice are not higher of the "iie-- t. paragon of honor, all peoples In nil ages of tho world. Xo drugs, of which thuuvor.igo practtllon truth In medicine. If It h not it.udc n Thev have a porter to by no retreat or Mintage ground for the prothan are charged by iirt-clIntelligent etlort has ever been made er has little If uny knowledge, teachci. meet all train- - and tho-- e that ec fit to ami until other- - proved motion of sulllsh and personal ends but means uncommon. The highest, tho of confidence he wa- - ulwa-- a nor does It seem possible tli.it any re For full iiitormation about expene-cours- e pay the house a call will in all pioba-hilit- y every conscientious it was u mistake when It untagonl. d tlecllvo mind willuvur seek to discover ehlefusl duty of friend, too much so of study, etc., call for catalogue ever be remembered among the his pillenl to such men as Harvev, Jennor, Pasteur, time- - practitioner is to any other. The Christ uttered Koch and other alleviators of huu.un Tho Colley family far a- - dollar- - and cent count, a or write to Mrs. Xannie Sautlev, Iidv regular euro hltn, u was formerly hold worn maxim when IIu s.ild "Ily their health nilvry, who fonu.l in thu narrow ap dol'ar-c- i are more than SIO.IMKI - a charming one; all endeavor to Trincipal. fruits yu shall know them " Tho Koe-lu- y until science proved that plleullon of the code the great, st obdoe-toedited that i not ninth half that rumedlu- - for the euro of the various not cured, only treuled. The best they who look to rosiilts stacles lu the wuv of in in. rcicptiou are What ho ha in stoic forms ot inebriety alcohol, opium, many cent- -. of thu honttllts , cocaine and other Those, who distract their brains try Ing great dlseuvurlos resulting from their would indeed be difficult to chionicle, chloral, lushec-hTime has made res to determine whether given remedies drugs, stood ready to be has not been taken for 20 guiigtd hate eer prescriptions of u titution ample, hut ll ha- - nut justified In this way. There hu never come within lhu thu mistaken aud unlortiinate enforceuui.-- , but it - said that he can sup burn any attempt to conceal the results moribund code made by the few for tho halting of the many, icivu no time left ment of erioneous constructions ply nearly niiv want of a aohieed in thu trc.itinuul of Inebriety; surgery, opthulmla und nerpaa young nor, on thu other hund, ha ther. been for Intelligent treatment of such Hois geiieiou iu vous dIsoaes especially, have achieved tient us may bo brought to them. No such honors us man in life, hut the failure to comply anv endeavor to exploit the successes the world unplauds, und that huu been won over the demons of man who has been at any pains to In this hll.i the code was opposing them u withagieoiueiit iu a Kee tiy the drink and poisonous drug in general oulro Into results without explaining inu-even This generation Is too wise that it could ley cure for Inebriety will deny that to the sum of lc i an tinp'inlounhlc be decehed for any length of time by the success hu been plimminuiml. In uny phjsloluti who roads the news erior iii the ce- - of Mr. KIihuiv, he any putative remedies,' which depend- fact upon pretense and boastings. Im- papers, Is perversely und coiituma apiying the rule that ho who takes a ed postors and charlatans have arisen in clmisl blind. THE penny will take a pound. Mr. 'A every uge, only to bu overcome of their I'll YSK lA.Nh .MAY LOMMIINII TIIK I I'M:. rtiipi HI III ID Q not u single good reuton more is a great favorite with hoys and own deeds. Those who hue known Dr. There why phjsleluos may refuso to comto botn Keeley longest itnd best havo novor acmen alike, tilwuys cused him of being a visionary or a mend thu Keeley treatment to siiuh of the beauty of integrity. IT.NKTKATr. their friends und putrons us siilTerfrom The block in which Mr. Klumrc dreamer, or a hypnotist, or an linpul-slvls- t. Inebriety, but there ure a hot of most EIGHT GREAT STATES Tho evils of Intemperance Im-belongs to him, doe should ays pressed til profoundly d ut an early pe- excellent one why they in Kentucky. Tonni-M...-, Virginia, (IcoriMs tho treatment and urge Its he begun a renter and i u renter yet. riod of his professional cureer, and ho .North uiul hum Car.illmi, upon thu profession und thu Alutiitun, MIssU ilppl. He - a diiector iu the First National proceeded upon tho study of thu probpublic In general. Hank and 11 meinber of the city coun- lem in a logical manner. As u physiDr. Leslie I'. Keeley Is u physician of Sleeping Dr. cian and a scloutltlu investigator he wa for a number of years cil and reulled that there was a cause for roputu and u graiuutu of Hush Mcdlcul lletmtQ J.oulvllle ant' tliu Houtli. member of the school Ixurd. We drunkenness, as there wtis a cause fur College, Chlcugo, III. Thu University have 110 better man in the county than every other evil under tho sun. There of .Missouri has conferred upon him tho of doctor of tuws. TIIRIvli DAILY TRAINS M. D. Klinore. wus greater dilllculty In determining honorary distinction IIu served us u surgeon In tho war of Kach wuy betwieu Louisville and I.mliigtou this causo than might commonly bu la!) anuTtojkT linmedlutely after-wur- d supposed. To be sure, ho kuuw, us ev tho rebellion und A.. settled down to tho general prac- W. A.TUItK. O. I'.II. 0 d feedo s. erybody elso knew, that social habits, Foil S.U.K. IIJ W'lulilnztoii, W. II. TAYI.OK. A O I' A. tice In civil llfo.pursu'.ng It continuous-l- y II. Shatiks, btanford. W. obliging dispositions, moral obliquity l..uil.vlllj, K ut bis homo in Dvvlght, III., for AT. C. Terhune bought 10,'i mule colts and Imitation cacti played some part In of a nuurtur of u century, -- a work. Hut he curly learned thut at (Jarrodsbur Moodiy ut fl'). lhu Thorou,'hbrei Jersey co, flvlnj; there was u decldedjdllfcreucu between yeurs of which time he wus surgeon of three nullons pjr day, for sale. J. T. mero drinking and Inebriety. IIu saw the Chicago & Alton lUllroad. More life huve been de! Jones. men, those whom he revqred mid es- than HO yeurs of his stock, c, will bet'ln teemed for their many excellent quali- voted to tho study of Inebriety und MY sulo of farm at IU a. M., Tuesday, Sept. IU. J. C. ties of mind und heart, who seemed to since 1SS0 ho bus devoted his time to of tho fact that McClary, Kxr. bo Irresistibly led on to drink, ullhougu public demonstration Culortil .Iwciilfi'oii. oxcesslvu use of alcohol, opium, chlo1 (rood -MCLfch. sutur to every outward appearance they cocaine, etc., causes disease huvlug mules for ulu, cither in pairs or hunch struggled desperately against thu Im ral, Days. special Thursday, Sept. M. S. liauK'hinau, Stanford. pulse. They drank to satiety, they dotlnlto pathology. To this study of tho effect of alcohol and Jou I'utchun won tho race at Now drunk to gulling and to cuma. Somu upon huniuu system, when used ttitj J'iemliiiiuur !HiJttcr Iliiujg, York Wednesday over Searchlight and of them confessed their struggles jiiij ntnitiimt jur btuuie JIurttt, Pointer, the luttor bclnt; badly ugalnst appetite und dcclurcd their ut to excess, ho ha undoubtedly given Star lihj J'niniuuu tu Alt Hinnt, and the owner announcing ter Inability to overcome It. Studying more tlmo und thought thuu any other distanced .1 GVrul Ttmc u jxcled. hi "Popular Treutlso that bo would never race uan, best these cases, ho found conditions thut mun living. In He- - d CAlli:, CS.UAYNES,Sw. suggested dlseuse. Ycur by yeur pass on Drunkenness" and "Practical lime 2:0.!. c Stanford l(eele fnstitote, ed, during which tlmo, whllo !)!-a- ")i. ea-e- ser-vic- The Veranda Hotel. 11 Veranda Motel, cm-oye- Headquarters mercial M. ELMORE, 11 nol-onl- 1 -e .- -- i't-i-..- .., .." "," i"i ,,,...,,. d first-cla- 1 C' i 1 -( . , it-i- ........... h. bu-in- hi-o- w a fol-lo- Jo-ep- bu-in- pro-pere- wa-01- ass In-I- st -- pio-vid- e -e a -- siih-taiiti- 11 11 ro-to- ro k- dltai rs bii-ii- tr.iu-ac-tio- n, ruu-iie- c, SQuttiern Railway ;d pie-euti- iniji I bu-in- e- a-- com-men- William Shelton, President. Through Cars S7 up-wu- tBtk tnjtftKKyWyiMlSttSSKfKBW Stanford Fair 213 twn-ear-o- ld nar-cotl- es Stanford Female College. '.; THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' ATANPUKI), I a. c. sine:, (Nota- J. G. mcclary, em- - K.V., - KIT. 8, Mj) .aaaS aaaaaa aaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaiB HaaaaC .Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw 'Uaaaaaaraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw Laaaaaaaaaail Laaaaaaaafl aaaaaaaa. iDonlor In Building 555LS55S553 lv UNDERTAKING rial. I AND BALMING. WlTAaM E. U. WaI.TO.N, ItUnlMXA .Manaokii. bV OLD EDGE WOOD LwVbVLwBLwbwbV' H One of the Best Known Contractors and Builders In this Section of the State. It ha been the iiimof tho Ivrr.moit Font.VAi. through thi d edit many thoii'iind ition to pre-e' leader with n pen keteh of the cum jincrciiil nml indiHiial enterpri-e- s of ofthe city mid in bearing out thi dctoi initiation, fitting and illu-tratent DISTILLERY, Where For More than 100 Years Sour Masn WtjIsKles or ttjc UlaNest quality nave tfeerjiTu- - aucec. tk Head bbV bbbbbbbbv.1 ifBBBBBBBBBBflREv BBBBBLW BBBBBBBBBBBB viUMBHilt " VVV v -- .BBBBH H .BBBBV mention cho-e- n Mibject of thi article. Mr. Sine i a Virginian by birth, Winche-t- er W. being hi natal town. Early in th Bitilr of Co. life, with hi parent, hebtoanie a eu of Cincinnati, O.', where he wa Us EQtiro Output Controlled by tlje I'liliirp'inciit of llic plant Imi'iif whiih i tin1 jilmit, tower the reared and educnted. Hi acquainDistilling Co . of tdROWood from oitr to jour until now, in the Ixiiiitifiil hoiueoI'Mi. A. T. Tmylor. tance with thi section began when it Cincinnati. O. li:ml-o- f l'ntoii lira tl' Co. under the Tliii "Ilfclitiuid Vieu,"n from tlii ngent'for the Green River Lumber e view for mile Mini Co., of Cincinnati, thi he II dilcii'iit iniiiinp'iiicnl of Mr. ioiiit ii l.iiieoln conn-- t I'liiMilili'M of mile in eery ilirictinn irreel the ee. oountiy in inteiet of hi firin'biiiiie-- . Tnijlor, tliinl iliuct tlti'di-tillor- y ii urn .Mr. A.T. 'I'niylor i the hmther of The opportttuitie th"ii ollered by Stanit founder, it li.i- - Wen 'l ill the fiuiiilisir oliitrl" uf their cliild- ford to a local lumber dealer to UnI......1 .,..i i,.,.l In luH.mnit.,' iH.li.n.nnv'inton tiioclerii distillery with tin' vtrv Mr V. II. Tnijlor nml like him lin -. - "IttaiiuiMo, iiik! tiind in ad'M'1 t,l!l',,",,,n practical ec of Mr. Sine wa It jrown iii in the 1 ol'tluin eieliorii. It - otif i.f tinthat jen-- t inukiii vance of what lie I'Npccteil to find, and tlw lir-- t nuikof iliv Stiitc' ol.l H- - through hit tinting ii,. i" l.inc Miriultif tlif Sliit the time wa not long until he Idi'ii picu nml win simplified. win ii Ulli'nt - . d.ition luck loilu- iir I7l in on hi own account and tlie know- lSiirroiiiulcil l iiiiiixtoii wnrc liot- i- li.trl S.iniiul Diiddcmr, ii rtiinK (urnmii h.tnileil down fnnii hi predece- - erected n phming mill which he later timl mill-- , with'c I iMittlni).' depot , uoiur, dm-- ? for tin liKutionof'n-till- , iil'ntiilopciHil up in Stanford a fir--t cla- - lumber anl, the took being all that wa milled in the con: -- traction of modern building-- ; later he took up contracting and building, which proved a succe- - eipiallyu comfaaaaaaVliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV lsaaaaaaaaaaaERJ!waai'w?H'3al BBftBW mendable a the lumlier jartl, it having grown in public favor, until now he i ela ed a the leading eonttactor BvHfliQH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHa. w ind builder of Lincoln coiiutv, and to z: BBftBHW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI c.. aBBBjBiBBDBiJpHtfi -- ' r l"lBaDaafl apply the title to adjoining countie-- , ' HBBBHbBBtjHvBSA jnt j? would, we think, not bean overrating. He keeps in hi employ a corps o' skilled mechanics and in the term "mechanic" we apply it in its true sense a none but the very liest of workmen can obtain cmplouncn with thi concern, and the niauv Wan- tiful business temple and hand-om- c in thi and adjacent countie, DpUJU thepHMlucts of their skill, well substantiate all we have said relntjve to their merit as superb workmen. In contracting, Mr. Sine ha built for himself an enviable reputation in living exactly to nil that he agrees. It isaid of him that if any deviation from a contract i made, it i doing more than the contract call for. Other builders have longrec gnizel in his lumberyards advantages equally us gi eat as can be had anywhere, either in price, or ipinl-it- y W. H. - of material. Thf Phcnomrtiul Devrloimni From ii IS Gnlloti bill! to r CrpnlvHl I" one or itlue the gentleman we have PAXTON, the Great Edgewood Distilling THOMAS lit-iti- l.nnl-ciip- vi-tt- willu-ini'inlK-- tniii-luriii- - hi--- - bit-in- e- I -- v - jimilej' . f of nn undertaking one nocearily touches upon a subject not pleasing in its generality. However there are plen- SHOE FOR WOMEN. ing condition that them-e!-v- e The Ultra shoe for women represent n even in the ceremonies adniiter- very smnll margin of profit in n singtc ing a token of rcpect in the liimr of pair. Your continuous patronage will the la-- t rite, niliniiiNiciing to the amply compensate u for selling j on such n good shoe as low ns JJ.SO. dead. You will find the same stjlc, This "hadow of brightiic gleani comfort, and goodness in every from the erviceof the modern o pair. inigitateto a certain degree, the solemnity of friend parting. Stanford has within her coiiline a fe strictly (ir-- t o'a- - tindei taking -li'hiticnt nml the ervicc rendered i excelled by no sitnilir intitutioii. The proprietor of thi buine of Mr. d. C. McClary, who i a pnictieal undertaker and cinbalnier. In the later, he i n graduate from the f'anioii "Clark embalming college, Nashville, Tumi. Mr. Mi Clary i the only embalmer in the county. Tor i:i year thi gentleman ha identified hii.i-el- f -, with the hoti-- e the pro-eome Ultra shoes are best, because thtxe year ago. In forming an unthey're best way through. Best dertaking deiot heie, he has iniiile it materials; best skilled workmanship ; best styled ; best finpo-i- blc for partie to get anything ish and detail possible to prothey may deire in the undertaking cure. Iltst price to all, 3.50. line on a moment's notice. A huge IN ALL and varied line ot coflin- - and STYLES burial robe and fitting are constantAT ONE ly kept in 'took and in quality, range PRICE. Per lrom the eheape-- t wimmI ofl'ering to the pair.' fine-- t to be had in cloth and metallic. Two elegant funeral car, one being eln-- ed among the hand-ome- -t in the H. State, are used in the conduct of funeral-. Cab are also furni-he- d on request. As a funeral director, Mr. McClary enjoys a prestige equally as commendable a the principles of hi biisi-ne- -s. EVELYN TARDIF, -under-taker.wh- In speaking UUIVY 4 V ! M) $T50 4 ut ca-k- J. HlDRoDerts. k MIS Partial Views at Edgewood Distillery, Traylor, Manager. thix pirturt-MpisKt iiiiioiil: the hij.'h hill where crystal spring send forth their pure water in hnhhling rivulet. Little did thin primitive drejiiii that in the hands of posterity hinrelmiu littlo settlement etill would add to the fume of Kentucky nml make Lineoliieounty wlilky known throughout the land as the very fined obtain- able. In the mind' eye, one win picture, glow infill the euilier lioneatli the old kettle, the weird hiirroiiiidiiif; eopp'-by the bnxik, ofthe old Mill, ride, eloitered in lrom the world at large by craved hill, ilensjly witliiinderbru-- h nnilcmwiied by huge No nrropiut thought of foreht trw-H- . fiirni-liin- g HiUon for the world eer entered the mind of gniinlfather Dml-der- ar. r ne-tli- iii wa to iiiply to nml friend in the pan-e!- y pure, Mttleil iiiinniuuity, u whii-kwholeHimennd pahitable. (utility and not ijunntity wiw the object mid to thi day the mine idea governs in the pro- Hiobjivt duction ol tin justly renowned dictil- lcry. The chamctcriHtic flavor of tho whisky reuniting from his Mx:rct foriuula, ItM'H reputntion hoii wUiblishwl extended fur lieyoml the colony that fr I bnve m faithline, mid bis Micccn-o- r iiietliwl of distillation fully pursued bis whifky has that no brand of distinctive flavor than a liner or more lilgewood. Dud-der- art After tbediatbof oliKiniudad early part of this century, in tho tho proptho biisinossiuid plant of Cornelius Traylor, a lineal erty who for more than half a century continued in tho opemtion of tho plant, which under thesuccewful as one of tho in the State of Kenchief Int-nindes-cend- tiil, tucky. A coiutant increase in capacity rcn-de- ml by tho incrciiMiig shown in what favor this bus LSucolu couuty is held abroad, and the and cattle jtous and Kims in the distance, it i the center of a minatiiro city, whence dally goes forth the unexcelled Ivdgewood mid 1'axton's Private stock to all parts of the glole. The entire output is controlled by the Edgewood Diftilling Co., which ha its olliees and warerooinsiii Cincinnati. The genial provident of this concern i Mr. Tho. V. l'axton, him-tl- f Hi the win of ail old diMillcr. well known 1iiiuipn ability, honest dealing and personal iiinguetiiu has made him widely ami favonibly known as the worthy head ofa representative lioiiM. The KdgewiMMl in husinct-- s for Co. ha Ikx-i- i nearly thirty )ears and has built tip for itilf n patninage that few Iioum-enjoy, iK'ing one of the largent distributors of Ktraight Kentucky whiskies in the United States. Of the controlled by thi several liou-the old Lincoln county plant in the especial pride, dxith on nccoiilit of it hittory and the unexcelled ijuality of its product. The eoutniet in the pictures of the past ami present, incidental to the history of this plant, is certainly uuiipic and iutcrotiiig. In the early days, to find the one room, uuchinkctl log htill houe, one followed an old Indian trail and a "bhue" through tho undergrowth and forot giauU that guarded its ijiiiot kh'Iumoii, Those into oblivion have long since and today a rockballastod piko,smiHith-l- y graveled, wends its way broadly through the rich agricultural country and piiN.s by tho door of tho distillery. Tho water Used lor liipior making is furnished in great measure by tho old "Klin Tree Spring" situated on the hillside some fid feet from tho still. Tho spring and the old stone wall of tho first still in the creek bed, nro now the only traceable signs of the primitive introductiou'of liipior making in Lincoln county. Clowning the crest v the hill at tho hui-iuciing s s e, pa-M- nl sors, brought forth the t'irmula accordmade on thi ing to which the whi-k- y spot has reached the pinnacle of perfection. He has worked in thoplant from childhood up (and knows no other profession than liipior making, lieing thoroughly conversant with tho old time haudmash make. He is a very courteous gentleman, a favorite among thocwho know him, a member ot the I. 0. O. K. secret order in all its BMBBBBBBBBtBBBaa r . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbk found at the corner Plain nnd Fnslilonnble Sewing. Cutting And of Main and Market streets near the Fitting u Water Works St. court hou-- e, a n side Hue, a large stock of harness and saddlery is represented, W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., no manufacturing is done in the later, Lancaster, Ky. it lieing simply a sales department of Teeth Extracted Without Pain ! ready made goods. Special prices are rtiyslclitn In attendmade in the harness store and those With Vltullird Air.ance. that need thi class of goods w ill find it Office In the New Thompson Ilulldlng. T8 profitable to give thi hou-- c n call. Mr. McClary was born in Hockcastle F. FRANCISCO, Proprietor., county, though a citizen of Lincoln since the age of seven, the major por AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. tion of his life being spent on a farm lkt Jlotrl In th. mountains, ntra coiuMerrJ.g four miles distant from Stanford. I'orten uiMt all trains. Sfwrial attention to -' iun. In business, he i ever found among Ssr tho progressive element, willing at all Flstalng Excursion times to contribute to the building up ofthe town and community. He is a gentleman, a host of friends si &t-clalt- Thi The Seamstress. FRITH HOTEL. trar-tlln- r To u all circles. ON We Hani Funetorat and Co All Kinds of Bi cycle Bepalrlng. BBBBBBBBBWJBaVi! BBBBBBBBBBBBE.l!LBKBVT BBBBBBBBBBBBBKiiBHK1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BBBBBb THE DANVILLE CVCLE CO., PANVILLE, KY No 115 Third St. TUESDAY, SEPT. 12th, CK fc0 ROUND VIA brunches, and a member of the Christian church. Mr. H. Traylor's life ha also Wen one of close application to the still work, and like his brother, he how to make good knows hiky, though hi attention now i largely taken up by ollice duties. He reidc in a tine old colonial home, set far b.wk in a beautiful grove aero- - the pike, directly opsite the He is a ory public spirited citizen, a genial Christian gentleman, ami deserves great ci edit for hi elliirts to promote public enterprise. In the ware rooms are to Inj found thoiKiuds of barrels of whisky as fine as ever came from a double copjier still. Th distillery it self is one of the interesting points of the county and a visit to it is time well spent. Through the Edgewood Distilling Co., this plant has done as much to add to Kentucky's fame us any other industry of its kind in tho State. I bbbbbbbbbbbbbbVHbksIr A. 8. PRICE, Sturgeon BBBBBBBBBBK? .bbbbbbbbbbbbbTubbHbBc'' bbbbbbLbBbBBKbbbbV Dentist, (mM SSx thi Owilej C. H. & D. RY And U. A C. Steamor. Ctienp Sidu trips to Mnniuette, IUrlior Springs, The Soo, St. Ignate, and the Stanford, Ky. OffiMvTs' McRolxrU' UUUiUOg. Drug Stora In Snow Islands ! fi"rlfncHl. aslUss. Mucallui;r. PikeInand llrk-rrlh are already lilting wll. tills early irtun-lt- y Thlseiiursion will gire a ileudld for a week's iiulug or hhlng tri. fur tlm. whoenjuy the siurt. Kor liilormalluii regsrdUi; s mnim tlous, hotel avoiuiiula!lon. lierlh1). Agnut, (U,callou your nearest t". II. A or write D. G. KLHV.UtDS, Iiss. Tratlic Mgr Cincinnati, O. reserra-lion- And wllllni tu rtnv tnn iirlcitn In cahu for Uhlekeud, Kgg, lVatlivr. Duck. UWi rurkut. lilnteng. Yellow Curried in -- tock i any and every llldt'Dof all kind. Uopiwr, lluot, llecu Wax, Ilras. Iron and lloiu'ii. Also will thing that goes into the construction of Sou mo and got bo lu the market for wool. before, Helling, and niv price get (Kit cash. Call at uiy headiiuurlvn. a building of any character. I'errln .1 IVtico'n Olllco, near Dopot. Man It. UOIIINSON In the storage hall ran be seen a ford, Ky bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb "W-AJSTTIEID ( he Kreati t tisklni! (Iroumls In America, lu In tlie fislilnj; at (lie Islands prumi-.'1 tall tst evr cl n. multiplicity of diversification in sash doors, blinds, grill work, stair casing and tho various ornate creations that add beauty to a building. UNO IIMI1TATION. U llio (orcruiiucr to euii'uiuptlau. Dr. will euro It. and Doll's (jive siali lrt'ii;th to tlm lung Unit n I'oiifjli or u cold will not t'ttlo tlivru. Twrntj tiro 71'iiUut l'tiuij'a UruK Sturt". Thu future guns, designed for ouw ubu In tlio U. S. navy, cun throw u bull 15 tulles. COldlltU'.'J YKAKS. I ulTrrt'd 23 year with u cough, and (wilt liuuJrtd ot dollura with iloclom uud for mejlclno to uo uvull uutll I uid Dr. Till tumedy llell'a laukvt weak luugs troug. It bus suvt'd lay lite. J. II. ltosvll, Orauuburg. III. Mr. Sine is tho principal dealer in building material for a great radius of country, and that his efforts are appreciated, is more plainly told in the numerous wagons tliat tlailv come from the contigious country for goods. Oniy the best companies represented. As a busiue-- s man, wo have none 12 I imuirles solicited. than more energetic and It. II. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford, Mr. Sine. He i an active and influential member of all the secret C. societies of Stanford, and 1111 elder in the l'rcshytcriau chinch. Ho is a Mason, Ked Man, K. of 1'. mid Odd Tailor. The Fellow, and belongs to tho K. of Ho was the first Maccabees. I Stanford, Ky., chancellor of tho K. ot P. Iodgo here, &' and bus for 18 years been secretary Ih Rccelvlug Ills Spring His ot the I. O. O. F. looil lodge. Summer Goods. office is in Odd Fellows' building oil Main St. Iu tho office, in tha capa- Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. city of clerk, is ibiiul Mr. CklUnd Give Him a Call Eastland. AOOIDE1TT INSURANCE. FIRE, LIFE & sub-tatiti- al H. RUPLEt, Tha Compounding ot Medicines. Is dotio with absolute accuracy in our H-an- Merchant .'KESCHllTlOX DBRVHTMEXT and the quality of all drugs used Is o( a very high grade. The physician's surceu in the treatment ot ditlicult cases is dependent on the ptirttT nd (rcshuess of.tthe drugt. Have his orders tilled hero and the result will be highly satisfactory. Come to See Us. Penny's Drug Store. "laam an a. mHHmvim If y THE INTEHJO RJOURNAL rutollhlTut l.3Tl-n.- 3Tild.v $1 PER YEAR CASH d aLaLHBflElaLLaVHB,-- , , 'W?' V ".'B 1U9 bunded some six tear up), Ihmiij; ntrodiiced in ii limitiMl wny. I'uirgy mil lionc-- t clliut on (lie part of tin promoter -- 'kiii established n icptitiitiou if reliability for the buine thut made it growth rapid, tin.' extent of which it cnjov i mirrored in the fact that tin ii -- Phaeton, surrey, ruhlier tire bug- V Whsnaot aor.alda3.CO will tiechaiwt Is? aralMB D P0 KP TIME CM large! reprew ntntlvp Tliln l one of Stnnfonl rin tn of hoiielioldfurnihiiiginCentr!il enite charge. liiilnc (iinevriM and cnulnrt'ietl by iiblr i ptnvhu-c- d for The liet of e ire taken of hure 1piiIii(' i'iiturr.y. tiood miof mrn Tli" llrm i rompo-it- l tlu hou-- e direct from the factory mill l.l nt the stable to Iwiinl for long or W. X Unlit, ,M. I)., nn.l J W Mocker. the magnitude of the buying muy ! (hurt period-- . 'I'he wile department! nvery ieptilnr geiilteiunn. Tlie linn la l ijjo ot lioinjr tin1 - gies, trap anil "itch other vehicle n lire in ileiiinml forpleauro or drive run nlwnv lie hail here nt the hnrtct notiee. 'I'lie propiictor give peroii!ii iittetitiou to the liuine whieh mentis that patron- - will receive prompt ninl good service at very mod. bii'ine, Craig & Hocker. Dniys and Pliarmaeeii-ticn- l Supplies. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. ArrrlTfaat Stanford at 1 M a. M 2 10 A. H. t No. 4 Ibarra ManluM DAT. No. Jl Animal lloirlandat li 2 30 Ho. 22 Ibarra Stanford at r. . KNOXVILLE DIVISION. W. Na.M a. 33 " 14 Train going North . " " . ...MSJpiu For allll'olnti. RO'IOII TICKETS MILD. IIAUHAOF. CHbCKED TIlltOUOH. For any Information enquire ot " " South. .ll It am ... 2 41 am ...12 Mam H. H. J. McRoberts' Store. --- JOE S. HICK, Attn!, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. J. McROBERTS, p. TraJoalsare Frankfort at 7 A.M. Aand 3.40 reach-I- ., s onectlng at (IsorKstown with O.. C. I and l'arla 10 r. M. Parla at 8 40 A. M and 8 atV.15 a. M and ."..30 P. .connecting at "forgj-tow- n and reaching Wankfort with q A 4. . and 7. 10 r. A. A. The Only Exclusive Gents' Furnishing and Clothing chant in Mer- a r,pi 2 RSEWTOSf 0. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Ho. 1 Lincoln Co. men that form strong " .....SIS a in "4 " ......13tpm link- - in our Ha.1 " ..JIM m " chain, untie ex ro. 5 " ......11 Mam 00am cel " .... 805pm "10 " Ra. II. J. McKobert- - in anv of the at Noa. 1 and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no rut tributes which go to make up the man. tber than Junction Cltr. He was lwrn and reared in Lincoln county, and can proudly look back W. HAYDEN. that ha- - made tl e Ukiii an nnee-tr- y name of McKobert a familiar one by In The DeA Moving worth, to high ela-- s -- incc the days of Virginian immigration to Kentucky. Mr. Head of the Electric Light Plant, - what we are plea-e- d to Water Works and l:e Factory. term a man. He beg-i11 Tralna paw South .....12 jctlon City aa followr p m No. 2 North...! pm Of the many bu-iue- J. velopment of Stanford. Spirit its lf-made this The propiietori-no- t in inercantiling, discontinuing through e only an adroit man, but lie force of ill health, when he retired eund-uit- li a gentleman who-- e fellow-hi- p i" l)U5ine- - venture until the year roni fn'e open hand to all with whom of 180:2, when lie heconie iutere.-te- d in he come in contact. In a comuici-eia- l thfj erection of the water work", eleche ha- - contributed a tric light plant and ice factory, ait-c- d worth to the trade of Lincoln ly Howe Pump tV' Kngiue Co., K. VANARSDALE&SON, mo-- t iiiagueiic became county. One of the promoters. Later the plants trade chapelo of our city; one not ac he tole charge o Mr. llayden and quainted witli actual condition-- , mar It rerated under his supervision. of W. W. And Grocervels a- - to how siuli an eclu-'v- e to e would be entirely useless to endeavor -- urvive, let alone pto-pe- r in a cm ies. picture the advantages the-- e enter- story building, nicely painted acd experience ha- - been varied and to say ' city of les than :,0(li) people Tl e W. W. priaeH have been to Stanford in pen arranged hi aa to coiniortauiv lorm a thelet-- t not unfruitful. Having to truth -, it would be a ta-- k indeed if Thi bininea vra esliilib-lie- d seven ,. . . . duelling outside of the single room for ,,, ketch. The electric plant; is one of ream ago nnd la regtrded as one of the on in? iraue i st in' c. ' stock display In the conduct of biisl best in the State, being equipped soieiy ucpemi 'in the Crtrpsts And tlay when n boy to inakeend meet, 'ness his esilmuble wife and tho mereantile house of tho roimtj. fold. Uy hmie-- t ile.din with the pubwith the finest machinery ela ed with taught him the value ot a dollar, esting family of bojs and girls lend u The senior member ol the linn, however. lic, selling the very be- -t for a- - lit:le Wall Paper, Wholesale which ultimately culiuinattd in the help Mr. Sclian.onlmek Is u ery lies been dlrrctlt und iudlreitly, iissocla The comment of every the very be-- t. money sviionoinou- - to citizen and observing Granger relative nleasant conversationalist, c.tndld In Ic w itli business In Mnuford tor about "i projirietorship of a well Retail. de.i'iiu' h Ii i built up a expression of opinion, u citizen and )eit, ninl mine generally popular to this public factor is the highest -. In the tore - found Mr. trade extending far out into the cmii ' Mctnniitnii jn dttai' i the traed ttinu viouid be hard to find In the- merchant valuable eulogy. The water work - al-- o one V O. W'itheis, a brother, whoa--i-t-i- u eoiiuly. r or eleven tears, prior to esl.t b tiguoti- - tcrritoi'vuiid maiiv ot tlie mai i "iiiioriuni owned and uiiiiinged iiv vv . of the State's best, the water U forced i... llahing llielnrdwaro and grocery business, ! i the biisiiit '. i i i... : ii'?. i , vvaonhhiim--.t unit-town- -. i n- - oiin iiiiiii i... in- he waa connected illi llicMtiufori! Itoller to the city maun by direct pieuic iiv I'ach of the gentlemen stand high mill in the capacity of general manager, D. auil in purity can not be excelled, a, , counting their friend by in all circle-being chosen by the stock company, tin it comes direct from free stoiiespring', legion. When Stanford pay association of 10 men, of which lie wus a "The Old I'ullalo" and' Fort Logan.' thi hou-- e a call. member. I'ndur tit I a uuiiugcincnt the Furniture, Farm AWIiincr) and mill began its recuperation, which under The ice plant ha- - a five ton capacity tlio guidance of Mr lloighmiiu aluce, hits and its products rank in the lead if Implements. Hustonville. uiitrvelously been placed ou pining Imsia. ice offering to this section of the State. BEAZLEY BROTHERS, ; A lender in business In Hiiblnuville The atoru occupiei one of lliu Opera s One of the mateiial for thw is and u genial, clever gentleman Is Mr. Hotisu roouis, und in point of that fiesh water from tho spiing is one of the I). S. I tl. hut been a'ockiil Livery, Feed And Sale ed In Carpenter, who Furniture,ungug. gixnls, iuIh on city. The t prevailing inelhod utilized, thus being fiee from the miOusliiL's there In I'unn tloiiH crobes that thrive in stagnant water. Machinery, Ungglcs, Implements, Har- of the house in business rule ia to carry Stables, ness. e , for the p.isl seven ye irs, und any nnd even thing catalogued iu a hardAn expert ha charge of the plant and hus built It from an expurliuent with line und giocery block, and sell at as tho Hilidity of the iee challenges the Situated on Main Sticvt pjx-it- e limited stock to onu of the greatest little protlt hs consistent wlili legHimale artfulness of old boreal, the frigid theCouit Hou-- e - the Livery, Feed concerns of thut thriving business nierihauillsing Thu main stock mid sales king. These indu-trie- s and Sale Stable of Healey llro., an point. In machinery thu Deerlng ltln ruom fronts' Main street und lis bheen of are only HayileitV which, by the wav, adds der und Mower tuke a prouilnent place brightness ilaims Ihenttentioii of all who cflbrts to develop tho community, the greatly to the facilities and conven as also do u variety of Dlc Harrow, cliunco topiias llint way. Auiung thu specialties plainly in view c. An ience of thu traveling public, and to I'lows, Superior tiruiii Drills, prospects being bright for a new excellent lino of Buggies und Itoud is thu extensive line ot atuves und ranges he ha- - taken it upon him-e- lf to the people of the city and Carts uru kepi In stock and onu of the (lie liat being heuded by such brands as assist in the enterprise, first by section. Hurness to the I'oater Itaiige, Foster's Sim Rise largest lino) of Keudy-Mud- o to the stock hinielf jmd then The Me.-rHealey tiro among the be found In the county. Mr. Cur pen t.'ookers, etc. L'lensils of all kinds for ter wus born und routed In thu county tullnury purposes are well reprt.eutcd, us calling on tho-- e that see in any entei-priscity's most energetic young und hus over tukun uctivu Interest In is also aspecial line of cutlery, shelf hardinvestment that returns dob an men, and conduct thu iutcicsts of the pabllu business. His estimable, lady, ware, farming. Implements, harness, 'etc. laj-for cents given in suppoit. One establishment in such a maimer a- - to Mr. Curpenter, hus elmrgo of thu The grocery business takes up the enliie MUMMJtmOtLM.t " ' JaUlaaaVL. X. have gained the appreciation of all Weulherford Hotel, ono of tho most Sgiith tide of the lower sales room, und of the mo-- t beautiful homesof our laaaaaaa9VKaaaV9wfBHak.CXf who havo had occa-io- n city is where Mr. llayden residis, to meet them noted stopping places In tho Htuto. A Is complete In detail with both staple und public hotisu for uioru thuu .VJ jeurs fancy goods. Thu Junior member of the Biirrouuded by a gioup of happy in it way. : eontlnuoualy, who does not know the linn, Mr. lioneu VanArsdale, is just merthree boys and two giil and a The building occupied is a two stoWeulherford Hotel but. never visited ging into his L'L'd year, and examples in ry luick ami so arranged as to give Hutlonvlllu. luoot hjilendid wife. lie is'a member business ability thu futuur. He has been thu maximum of convenience. In of the Christian clnirelijnnd a director Mr. Curpenter ulso owns another ho- connected with thu business since it this fetable uie found some of tho fin- ts) and a livery burn In Hubtonvlllu, founding, Kach or thu gentlemen bttllld iu tho First National iltiuk. est road horses in Lincoln county, and the latter on College street. Theau ut high In all circles Soda Wateh, Ico cold, pure und tho pluco is freely putronicd, not onlv prcbonl uru vucunl. m m a wtak errs iikmmik stiiomi, uio.t refreshing ut 1'onny'sUrug Store. .by citiens who are particular as to Mackinac und return Sept. a Diic von uiudu clear, sies removed und Queen & Crescent, C. H. tic 1),, und giunulatedllds or mo appearance ot mo rigs they line, 'I'm: best materlaU combined with koru ejis of uny kind oaro, akill and accuracy insure good but by commercial travelers who hit vu steumers tS.ti.1. round trip from Junc- apei'dlly und elK'Ctually eured by thu use of No other mothods uro over luku trip. Liberal Sutherland's F.ugte K)a results. tion City. Delightful It's put up oica-io- n to make trips into the Land Warrant Inuel in in 178 by ll.inj inun lUrrltduu. IU , Governor of Virused In our prescription work, l'eonv's return limits. Ask ticket olllccs for n tubes, aud sold on a guarantee. Kor, Urug Store. ginia, now Kentucky (1 klndneMul Dr W. X. Craig.) country. ale ut 1'vuuy's Drug Bturc lnloruiullon. full bu-in- life in a general store where Naw Exerting Etery Energy to Bring to he received hi- - rudimentary ediie.i-t.o- 'i Stanford a Second Rail a). . a in The fruit-o- f four vears savin;: while a clerk fur of progress! veil ess As nn example nished his first working capital for we point to the enterprising and seem- biisine-- s en hi- account. Thi-wngly untiring efforts of J. W. Hav" Hi years' ago and the reult of den, who has for a nuiuher of years that seed ming ha- - vielded niairuiii- ood in the van of the leading under cent retui ns as his trade palace well akings to promote the growth of testifies Mr. llaydeu wa lwrn nnd Stanford. e in tin There - not another reared in Lincoln county, and prneti- or county that enjoys greater ally speaking, Im pellt his life here. is more entitled to confidence than For a number of years he was engaged mea-antiling- on as -- In ef )r. J V Hry nil t ii re lire factor ol great importance, they nt :i being cln-e- d mining tlie lirt tier of nut, a prnotirnl dnitirlt, irt.tenl lir tlie tinii Thi nl-- o elucidate why the representative sale stables ol the Slate. Slut plnuiiifKriitlcnl ImkiiiI. Tliu bud liesi nn liiatiliitrd wune fnilr ledra mo, on furniture lire lower nt thi They lire in the market to purchn-- c unit ln prn-pnii li to be n pl.tci than in the IihmI mntket ol good stock every ilay in the vcar, ami have to oiler the trade abroad the The atore U other ncarbv town. ilecVe I with a The great vaiiety ami seeiningh very let of IiIimxI tr.iiiutl to perlec' Kenrr.il line of drug-- , iliienlnu ami drug anudrlt-a- , atntioncry, bok tion to suit every piiro-- e 'I'he limey tinluiiited ipiantity of good-- , furni-h- e I tlmeii t , "porting goed;, licti lock breeder? of the county make fl ndvantaire to the people ol tilling tnckle, K"na nnd ainiiiiinltluii. euti.dk a great a the furniture loii', thi stable a favorite lendevoii and amoVcr' aiipptlt- -, pnlnia, oila, window buyer can at all time K op'leal kimhU, rnbbiT K""tl-- , truM- -, of our lending citie. Furniture of all foreign hor-- e siade, kind ami deign, adopted to linil crowd of dcirah!c stm'k at thi elc In almrt it ia it tlintoulily cipiipod ed that hie and ipiality an the (tore, ninl cimiroU a trnde equal to that tlie want of the cabin home, to that of place for Nile. of nny in llio city. of dre-- -, anil the-- e Hiint ,1a. 'I'he peronnel of the linn ate the rich furiiidiiug of a pnlacial Ir Craig la n practicing phjaiclon. lis with uitalile price are lived can here be found and at price It. and K. T. Healey, with L II. " born mill reircd 'n Lincoln rouiily, n fact of the McKobert Store. evactlv to the liking of the eiitonier. Benley a superiuteiidaiit of the Nile grailuitif old CVnlre Collegf, llaiiville, The toie i -- ituated at the South A specialty i nl-- o made of carpets, table. All the gentlemen connect- Ky , a student of tlui Cliirngo arlioot of Wet corner of Laneater and Main matting-an- d ol the plmruinry, and in the yenr of IV.i.'i griidn. wall paper. In carpet ed are worthy ntrd frntu the Linil-rilMiilical Collegp Streets; a very attractive huiiie- - ale-. world of Staiifoul and con arc made from sample with lie liai practical in hi line room --'2.v00 feet in atea contributing e Thi i de tribute a splendid .'iiamntcc of for.'l yrtra with market) aumtM, being quarter. Thi- - room i formed into cidedly the ino-- approved method of il n one of the mo-- t skilled of t iwo comiiariu e ui; a large me i wavi in thli sscliiili. ' ha a carpet selling, a the . forming a connection. 1 he toek of EUGENE SCHANZENBACK, .Mr. Ilockrr P'ivt tlici bixinrs only nil toek to make a selection fioin eipial good imhrace eervthing to be found indirect attention, lie having oilier huii-ne- s mm to the greater e.vclu-iv- e carpet liou-thnt lakra up bis time, lie la a'so a fiirni-hin- g ina gint' of the Mit. In mattin'g it i ditler-en- t General Merchant at Ottenheim, native son of Lincoln, lliouitli tli greater including an e.tenive and and thi ela- - ofgood- - arepurcha-e- d Hirtlnn of hi life lias Iwn apetit In Tex- varied line of Ihiv- - and men's clothing, Kentucky. iu car load lot, and kept in stock. llr became a elliirn il Hie "li"r n Ia noveltie, the mine wtr .State" rrr he lad rraclinl Ida 'JOth the largest line of wall pajK--- hoe, 'aple furiii-hitietc., along Tho gentleman whou niimu head birthday. The Inborn spirit of .ell rclinnm to be found iu the cotititv i at thi so rharaclrriatic of tho Hocker family, with a ide line of carpets-am- i thU article la gen ent I murehiint of trunk liou-- e and in variety and ipiality enthe entorprUltig German town soon averted itself nnd tho time wni nut in a general way. The chief reprejoys equally a much prominence a among the hlgh-Unof thin county. long until he found himrlf In coinlortable sentative of nierchaiidi-e- , Mr. II. I). the other more noticeable line. Ar- - Mr, Schanzenbach wii born in atald rircuinataiirea, tlie fruit of integrity nnd Wearen, a young man of the city, i picture frame, moulding, etc., old German, emigrating to till coun- frugal habit a found at the ale counter and in the 111 Dr. J. V. Ilrvant ia a rery Hiplllar, nnd ago. are very uotictable at thi hou-- e. The try about years For 2j ears he wn a bualness man tliorooghly reliable ilmpd!, nnd briiiLa of hi- - dutie render the proprietor of thi houe certainly of Cleveland, O , engaging In restau- to the liotiae a aplendld sertke. His long hnu-- e a splendid erviee. Mr. in cuiuHiundlng nnd deerves much credit for the cnterpri-- e rant keeping and conducting in con- )enra of belong- - to the I. O. (). F. se tde from hi' junction a bakery and confectionery. dispensing iiirdiclnts, e.vhihitetl. He i a native sou of cret ocietv. and ailcacoiiiu the I're- sami ha through self energy at- Five yearn ago be cumo to Kentucky scholastic training, tlta him well for the hyteriau church; a eitien that we take position lo which lie i mid settled In biulncaa at Ottenheim tained recognition iu and plea-ur- e in making complimentary ind furnishes to that neightiorhood u entrusted. At the age of seven he b'gan itcec-- -. ti, hII tli.- At Ibis store prescr'ptlo" filling la niven hniin mention of. life on hi own book. Hi (111 lilts antld lllu ulnm K.iiIaj. Ii. m m,i1m.ii1Ii1 minute attention, every preenutioii being 1 glume int- lire from the fiirt thut piiieha-c- d in lot ol I'n .isl tin-ort- KM) pro-prto- vtn-lin- imi-lr- ti- -t -- -- -- , coin-liine- -- -- reprv-eiitnti- le proft-s-do- pre-tig- cla-w- er -- e- a- . SM-o- a-- Po-sib- ly r g. -- d -- -- 'M- Liu-coi- n -- -- bu-in- e. i- lui-in- nVHHHBH Interior Withers' Furniture Store. to ' -- taken to fill prtacriptiona to exnctnesn. Tlie line of optical goU, trusses and rubber gooda, la deserving of ntnte than g Dr notice Craig uinkea a sn'clnlty of trusa and optical fitting Hi service In this direction lias been of ma lerial beuelit to aulTirera that need the serviced eillier agency. llicli member of die firm is Imbued with n progri-sslspirit and are ever found among those that believe in the future of titanfurd, and nlwuj. cutilriliiite their share to public cnterplse J. -- Hardware WITHERS. Furniture, Inter-Molin- g bu-ine- -s and 1 1 'i-- S. Carpenter, rea-ou- ss In-s- In-- ti 1 mil-wa- y ride-lov- ing s. e, ss ehil-drei- i, HHffiSMSEit9iili&' ' 1t'Pmi .-i tli, y' - W. LandgraF mm CENTRAL ChristianCollege NuAtonvlllo, Ky. A A Colonist Wlio Has Done Noted Much For LIiigoIii Gomiti). To oncountar thrift nntl contentment, une tin only to visit the German settle mcni In the Southeast part of tho conn ty, tliu credit for which belongs almost entirely to V, Landgraf, who was the prime mover In gelling this class of to locate In Lincoln county Mr. Landgraf U a (lonniin, a native of the "Fatherland" iMiilKrutlntr t America soino 20 year ago, settling In New Vork, where ho became associated with a land ryntllcatc that hail 20,000 acre of land In Lincoln county for alo. After a visit to the land, bu waseonvlne-ei- l of tho fact that It offered greater Inducements to the homo seeker than any thing to hi knowledge- offered. True to tho spirit of a natal love, lie, ret. about to form a settlement of bin own tongue and became himself a land ownn er anil resident. Altera time ho 'oil somo l.'iO Gorman families to purchase the cheap lands that needed but the application of Intelligence and to bo inadu us gooJ lit one could wish. The noil and climate being well adapted to fruit culture, orchard noun sprung up, wnovurds dot the untlllablo hi. I iile, while tho valley lands were male to bear abundant grain Ilencu the time wi not long until the maglo nundof progress had tratisfored the woodland ltos to benutlful farm. The ome price ol the lands hut advanced within the past lew yearn, the price now ranging from J.'l to MO par acre, bo tmvlng to offer now about 2d farm Im proved and about 1,000 uerus of land yet In Its original stale, well timbered III land holdings enelralo every of the county and those who are looking for a home cheap In price in a land of plenty, good school and churches, will Unci that Mr. Landgraf has bargain days every day. Fiisolleltcd, In-dlu-Ifee-lio- College, tablished In 1856 Under the Auspices of the Christian Church. Es- B.J. PINKERTON, President, In the front rank of Colleges of tho State stands Central Christian College, located In the quaint little city ol Hu.tonville, a chief com- vlf of vch cles and a dii7en head of oad horses. Ho caters to tho commcr-Ju- l Undo und with lh "knights of tho Hip' Is ii well und fuvoiably known lenlleiimn. Hy teuton nf light expentc io Is enabled to mako 1,1s chartres for services very reasonable, und tho com mercial mmi that makes drives to tho Inland ho.ifcs In proximity with this s.'clturi will iimke mi unnr lu giving him ins 'nine He nliiiris a number of capable. (liUeisii'nl when ho startsa rig out thuordcii. aie to make time and be attentive to the wants of the customer In charge. Mr. Alford Is a genial. welMiKuU gentleman and add greatly to tho commercial activity of McKinney. mercial point In tho extreme Western part of tho county. The college was founded In the year, lN'H, and owes It existence to the Christian. In tho year, liHO, It was chartered by tho General Asscmby of Kentucky and poues full ower to grant literary degree, ranking thus among tho leading colleges of the Stae. I he location of the college Is no Ideal one, splendidly suited to the high piirKe It serves Ilustouvlllo I n tald old place, Inhabited principally oy a cultured, church-goin- g ieoplv: so that the social environments of the school are thoroughly permeated by the spirit and principles of chrNlUnl- ty. The college building, u grand od truelure, Is a striking example o' mi In old Colonial altempt ut llie art, and sol fur back In u beuullf, park, richly carpeted with blue-graand ornamentud with shrubery ai.d ela-.ic- nl 1 is eml-nen- TR1BBLE HOUSE, Q3 Junction City, Ky. Among tho East Central Kentucky truvi ling men' heitdqmirtcr Is the Trihbti) House ut Junction City. This house is not only classed among the best hotel In thl Immediate section, hut ranks with the bert iU per dny he tels In tho State. It Is conveniently situated near th'c Pnlon Depot of the L. .V X. Hailioad and Cincinnati Southern, the pus?enger truln of each line making Junction City an eutlng point, und It Is to add that !HJ percent of the passengers that take their meuls at this point fuuirthc Trlbblu House. whl Mi Is ulto supplied with nn clcgunt lunch counter. The regular meals of this hostelry have been Its best advertisement. They are served In an eio gantly appointed dining hall on the ground lloor. The sleeping chambers, .'V In number, are ikcuud on tho 2nd and ."Id- - lioor, all 'with exterior facing, granting an abundance of fresh ulr and light. The proprietor, Mr. Alexander In addition to the preceding courses Tribble. has had charge since the year partmenl und the Commerclul Depart 15S2. He is an of study, there are frequent, and regusoldier, ment. Tho curriculum in the English. Clas- lar e.xercises In reading, spelling, com n follower of John Morgan, serving tho sical and Scientific Department is as position, criticism, etc., und daily drills causeof the South three years, submitIn chorus singing und penmanship, In ting at tbe end to tbo inevitable. He follows: 1'ltl.MAItV. Heading, spelling, num- which overy pupil of sufficient ago Is is a member of tbe Maccubee and Marequired to engage. To these txercls sonic lodges, being Past Commander of bers and oral work. CltADK I. Heading, selling, copy- cs much importance Is attached, as Hyan Commandery, Xo. 17, Danville, they greatly facilitate the attainment Knights Templar, and a member of tbe ing, numbers and oral lessons. (jliAl)K IL Heading, spelling, writ- of habits of accurate and Independent Christian church. At night from 12 ing, numbers, language and oral les- thought, and of a ready and correct ex o'clock Mr. I. C. Hull Is found on duty presslon of thought with tongue and at tbe Tribble House. sons. UltAPK III. Heading, spelling, writ pen. The expenses in Central Christian Ing, arithmetic, language, geography College arc lower than at any similar and oral lessons. GllADK IV. Heading, spelling, writ- school In the state, board and tuition in ing, arithmetic, composition, geogra- tho Literary Department and In Music costing only JS.'t for a term of 20 weeks. phy and history. Giiadk V. Heading, spelling' writThe citizens of Lincoln county ought The Crcat Mercantile House of ing, arithmetic, geography, history, to be proud to have such a school as Junction City. Possibly Carphysiology, grammar and evil govern- Central Christian College located in ries a Greater Variety of ment. ought to give to it their midst and TKACIIEKS' COUIISK. Wares than any Intitir most cordial and liberal support First Tkiim. Arithmetic, Gram land Store in the mar, geography, history, civil governState. ment, physiology, pedagogy and drills. E. Higher arithmetic, Shcond Tkiim algebra, English literature, psycholoUnder Management of Ceo. gy and rhetoric. H. Hocker. carried In stock dry good, notions, hats, caps, boot, shoes, hardware, tinware, window snsh, doom, clothing, furniture, salt, lime, sand, hay, corn, fire clay, cement, flro brick, stoves, grates, In fact almost every- thing you can call for; they Insist on their customers cnlllnir for whm U not In sight. A wholesale and retail business Is engaged In, their wholo-ml- o business being an Item of Interest. Mr. Hocker wns born In Lincoln coun ty, and It is but natural that ho focle kindly to any attempt to build up tho county, and Invariably contributes to causes that have that aim In vlnw. Ho has had 20 years' experience In mcroanlllo pursuits and was for eight yearn assessor of Hoylo county. He Is a most estimable gentleman nnd a member of tho Christian church. Is There a N. Freeman & Co. One of EkIIhBb mbHBB Bolc Count's Enter-prisin- o Business Firms. Soon to Occupy their Handsome New Brick Building at Danville. Sell House Furnishings Plan. on the (lowers. I lie college grace tho highest in liu.Uinvllle, a line, natural drainage, and an atmosphere clear and pure; hygienic aihantage not accorded malarial or smoke-settlecities. The building Is 10O f..t lonir hv IW feel wide, three stories high, with high celling throughout, and In overy respect a most comfortable and subthe citizens elected till, gentleman to stantial one. The class rooms aro well the olllco of county coroner, a (xitltlon lighted and ventilated and furnished tills, and to further show with all needed appliances for the comho very-abttheir appreciation of lit enterprising fort and convenience of students and efforts, at the next election they will in tho successful prosecution of all grades all probability cast their votes for him of school work. The school Is for the office of county assessor, as he so that will go before the democracy as a can- whllo young ladles alone aro received didate for tho nomination, and with d boarders, young men arc admitted on due respect for all others, we assert equal terms with them to all classes that the democrat of Lincoln county. und decrees. In honoring him, will honor themselves-Th- o At the head of this splendid educa address of this gentle- tional tenter Is Dr. Ii. J. I'Inkerton, admitted to bo one of tho most scholar man Is Krlger, Ky. ly and successful educators In the d H)sl-otll- STANFORD'S CHURCHES. W. S. JWtOl?, William Jfuser, PsBsE - f ft Public Spirited Citizen and Merchant ol Ottenhelm. Among tho leading merchants of the county, tho above named gontloman Klght yearn ago ho woll Identllled. began merchandising In Oltcnholm, and has built up one of tho tlncsl trades In tho county. Quality, not quunlity. Is what more forcibly attract tho well trained Ger man mind and the giealer number of Mr. Huser's customers come from tho teutonic clilensblp of Ottenhelm neighborhood, who agree that for tho best goods, "Huser'" Is the place to go. For miles and miles, teonio come 1 JliVEBIHi RgriiH raw 'fsssH KkClilHHI ll.J l'lXICKKTOX. W. PERKINS. Or- NOIlMAL COtntSE. SnBJ9KBBSSSSBJ Geometry, Latin, A Physics, Higher Algebra and Geology. Geometry, Latin, Skconu Tkiim. Botauy and History of Education. FlitST TEltM. KXOMHIl COL'ltSE KltESIIMAN. Very Popular rchant of Crab Me- of A monument to tbe memory of one the most progressive and sterling business men of Central Kentucky is the great general store at Junction City, founded by V. S. Hilton, who died at Colorado Springs a few weeks since. Mr. Hilton's success In life is an object lesson as to what prcsoverance, integrity and business sagacity will Ho began mercantillog accomplish. in Junction City, with but a few hundred dollars; rapidly he ascended the chard. Stau.. Dr. I'lnkerton's experience In educational work covers many years anu ho lias been associated with some of tho principal school of tho Chris tian church Ixjih In Kentucky and else whure. Ho was born In the year, 1813, being tho second son of the late Dr. L. L I'Inkerton, who was distinguished alike as teacher, editor and preacher, tilling the highest ito.lilons in thu gift of his church. Dr. I!. J. I'Inkerton graduat ed from thu Keutucky University In lN'kl, now being one of the oldest living graduates of thnl fumous college. Since his graduation ho has been almost continuously identllled with school work, and a better qualllled collcgu president would bo hard to llnd. Hu Is familiar by actual experience with every grado work, having taught with to trade at this house, wheru they can of school icccss In public schools, academies get tho highest price for their produce In cither cash or trade, and where they and universities. Leaving school work for a season, he can buy anything they may need from of pins to u steam thresher. accepted u asltton with tho Christian a jwpor Hvangollst, St. Louis, Mo., us assoclutc Ills stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, tilling the the editorial chair notions, furnishings, groceries, etc, editor, and for lack of room, for four yeurs. Tho Christian Hvango aro leading papers of contend with each other for counter llst Is one of the two the Christian church In tho lT. S. Pre. and ibclf space. camo to Ilustouvlllo Mr. Huser contemplates the erection Idcnt I'Inkerton yeurs ago to tuko charge of tho of u more commodious building In tho four is ulso tho pastor of tho near future, which will facllltato mat- college. Hu u business stand olnt. Christian church, tho church building ters groatly Iroio Trior to coming to Ollonhelm, Mr. being located on a lot adjoining tho Ho Is usslsted ut all Huser was u cltjen of Franklin county, college cuinpus. times lu tho school by u corps of able was engaged In lnd., where hiy so that It is justly distin Ifu Is a gentleman, who teachers, thoroughness of thu In pujsull of his calling, and guished for thu Is active work done und tho high grade of schol amusement, finds little tlio for by Its students In all bo delights In manipulating u arship attained and Is very successful in departments. Tho faculty for tho cur hand camera muklog plctitre. Tho picture shown rent session which began Aug;. -- 7th, of 11. J. I'Inkerton, President; herein, Is vorir original of himself and consists daughter Lulu, taken when J. V. Davis, Secretary; Mrs. J. V. bright Davis and Miss Mary C. Carpenter. there was u mlomont's lull lu business.o The courses of study offered in tho qualifications are all that constl-tutHis gontliNman, one of tho best collcgo aro comprehended in four de tho partments, as follows: Tho English, citizens and .'merchants In Lincoln and Scientific Department, county. In religion he affiliates with Classical tho Music Department, the Art De- ihurch. Catholle how-over, Analysis, higher arithmetic, American literature, physical geography and French. Second. Anulysls, higher arithmetic, botany, American literature and French building Is devoted nearly entirely to Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, &C. Im provemonts uro being made In this do purtment In the w y of adding more shelvts, which will make tho room KKNIOIt. English literature, more complete. A splendid store with FlitST Tkhm. economy, udvanced rhetoric, In Itself. Tho lower Hour Is an endless Klltical profusion of u Utile of everything, DryHlhlo O. T., and history of U. S. English literature, ethics, Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Groceries und SECOND. sundry elements of criticism, civil government Hardware predominating, while slocks seem to bo comotlng for space. and H'lble, X. T. Thu great slock of goods und tho crowd CLASSICAL. COL'ltSE KltESIIMAN. Greek, analy- of customers that were surging In and FlitST ThitM. Latin, sis, ulgebru, physical geography und out reminded on of the busy bee hives In Spring llmo. Tho proprietor Is ono American literature. Greek, analysis, al- of tho best kuown merchants of tho SECOND. Latin, gebra, botany and American litera- county; thu camo, Perkins, in that section being the synonym of all that Is ture. fulr und courteous; a proven friend of SOrilOMORR. FlitST Tkiim. Latin, Greek, rheto- those who are worthy of a trust. Mr. Perkins Is a member of the Mac- ric, geometry, physics and history of cabee Secret Society und is a Hupllst in England. Latin, Greek, rhetoric, ge religious faith. SECOND. . ometry, chemistry und history of English languu.'e und liloruturo. geometry, astronomy, mental philosophy and German. English literature, geome SECOND. try, geology, logic and German. - Situated on the corner of Main and Elm Streets In Crab Orchard Is the business house of V. E.Perkins, a two. feel In distory, brick structure, mensions, augmented by u largo ware room at the rear, connected with tho SOl'llO.MOKK. Hhetorlc, higher al main building by a tram platform. Mr FlitST TKitM gebra, physics, history of England and Perkins has been In business at this place for eight years and .furnishes to French. ho pcoplu of Crub Orchard und viclnl -- Hhetorlc, higher algebra, Second. s general store, carrying chemistry, history of English language ty u iosslbly tho largest tine of Dry Goods and literature and French. and Clothing of auy general store In JL'NIOIt. English literature, the county. The second lloor of tho FtltST TKIIM. x! llrot-clas- Fikst Tkiim. At Junction City, Boylo county, for tbo past two years, hns been located tho X. Freeman it Co., business conducted on a broad gauged metropolitan plan. Tho management claim thnt they soil nny and everything In tho house furnishing line, and tho plan of selling on credit, on terms of periodical payments, makes It so that tho mot humblo in life can enjoy the comforts of desirable, furniture and houso furnishings. The method of business was welt portrayed In a sale made In tho presence of tho special editor of this Issue, and the unique conditions easily showed the great benefits of such ti llrm, and their generosity In faith. Summarizing tho deal in question, a young man, believing in tbo virtues of matrimony, had become a benedict, and to start In life bad only the lovo that defies fatalities and S3 In cash. With frankness be related to the head of the corcern, his condition and wants. The $3 he tendered as first payment on such good as tbe firm saw fit to entrust him with. What that $3 accomplished In getting furniture and furnishings for that now home, was a colossal sur prise to the disinterested spectator a bed room set, stove, chairs, kitchen furniture, window shades, floor matting, wall decorations, etc, were seen to pas from the house to the largo farm wagon in waiting. This Is only one of many Instances of tho kind. where practically speaking, tbe home, entirely, Is furnished and tbe purchaser allowed his own time to pay for tbe furniture and furnishings. In two years tho business has grown until now tbe spacious quarters at Junction City aro inadequate to care for tbe great congress of stock, neces sary to supply tbe dally wants of their customers. 'Hence tbe building of their elegant brick in Danville, to which they will move In tbe very near future. Tho store will be known as the Freeman Furnlturo Co., and what they will have, to offer to the publlo and the prices associated, will be a general surprise. Looking through their stock as It is, in endless profusion could bo seen parlor suites, bed room suites, dressers, couches, iron beds, rocking chairs, dining chairs, extension tables, wardrobes, folding beds, sofas, screen goods, hammocks, trunks, rugs, valises, clocks, pianos, organs, sewlni' machines, writing desks, center tables, stoves, dishes, refrigerators, ice chests, Ice cream freezers, carpets, mattings, oil cloths, lace curtains, win dow shades, wall paper, kitchen ware. mouldings, pictures, frames, mirrors, glass ware, bicycles, blcyclo repairs, oil stoves, croquet sets, tabic spreads, liortlerres, blankets, comforts, mattresses, springs, baby carriages, etc. The head of tho enterprise, Mr. X. Freeman, tsunOhloanby birth, though for several years u business man of Kentucky, being for quite u long whllo engaged at Campcllsvllle. Ho Is a member of tho Masonic lodge and also a Maccabcc. Danville certainly should be pleased to have such a bouse decide in her fa vor for location. Also has a branch houso In Somerset. OEOKQE 11. HOOKKIt JL'NIOIt. G. E. ALPORD, FlitST TEltM. Latlu, Greek", English llteruture, trigonometry, mental philosophy und usironomy. Second. Latin, Greek, English literature, analytical geometry, geology und logic. SENIOIt. The Liveryman of Kinney. Mc- - tho was Wlthln-'- l miles of McKinney FlitST Tekm. Crook, English lltor-utur- o, born G. E. Alford, und tho mujor part pedagogy, political economy, ( hi life has been spent In and around udvunccd rhetodlc, history of U. 3. and that growlug llltlo business place. For Hlhlo O. T. years he has been enSecond. Greek, English literature, tbo past eight livery business and con- pedagogy, ethics; element of criti- gaged in tho s establishment, ino cism, civil government and Ulble X. ducts a itablo Is well equipped with varied llrst-olas- T. business ladder, until he reached tbo position of being the greatest mer chant in Boylo county, controlling a trude, divided, that would have susCii'lKl stixk.HlOO.O'MJ. tained any half dozen ordinary stores. duccewur Io The Ftrmrn llnuk A Truit Couiujr lnd uouer miu uuuagvmeni cuminu-ouilHis high ulm was to carry under ono lor .J Yrrs. system of business any und everything used ordinarily by mankind. This bo accomplished, but with It camo tho reaction of over exertion and tho early claiming of mother earth her own. will builnwa The great store, however, still lives as lloplug siKh Id l.alldMi relation, ,.. prois uiututl- .1 .- - .hll.lllllll .ll.l .... ,, a tribute to his memory and undor tho Dlllt.CTOK.S: careful management of Mr. Geo. II. Hocker an endeavor will bo mado to . J. Wlllliiui, J. 8. Ow.lrjr, Sr , mulniuln Its former prestige of being William (io!). A. IV. I'tnwiittr, biggest and greatest store of lioylu the W, II, CUIUUllBI, county, u frlond of tho people. J. K. I.yuu, S. 11. Tho building for this business Is ,J. r. Cub, J. U. Onlar. 132 feet long, 10 fuel wide, two stoUFFICEUS; ries high with sldo room 18 feet wide extending tho full length of tbo . II. bbDki. lmldrot;' J.ll. Owtlcy.Cubltri W. M. U(ibt, At. Cultltr. building. y Lincoln County National Bank. Solioits Your Bank Aocount, ri The IVimrdriigstoro (o:iao: tlu-- mot thi cla of cti'toni, that Mr. Jones elaborately Mocked and fiirnMied carries a line of Indies' wines such a cu?to- In Stanfoiil, three riMims dress good, and shoe, duplicated on. NATIONAL DANKa iners cotnmeiiMintte with j;ood bank- are utilized, compri-in- g ",''.1() siptar Iv liy the fiHnoii centers of iiictmpuli. injr; yet conservative enough to pre- feet, twooftliero(iinareued a stor tan citic. to wrvc the Mobility of the Noticeably in stock i Caoital Snclf. SIOO.OOOi age deMit for heavy gotMl and dupli- seen Midi good n are made by the n" invulnerable point. The bank ha? Surplus. S17.5fi8.5I. cate stock for the main sale deiiar- t- Helmers Hettnianu V Co., Cincintiiiti; it home in n very commanding two ment-- n jewel of Main strwt. Florslniin V Co., of Chicago, and the building on Main street. ltslf;"-y'lrieHas Paid Out i.j Dividends Since In thi More one iif the tinet nndbext Krippendorf, Dittiuniiu V Co, of Ciir i ne interior if naint?oineiv mien up Orgtinlaiion m The First Ha- cinnati. All the alnive naiueil firm a4iitmcnt of drug ami druggNt after the style of iiictronlitaii bankilonal BanH the Princely vie in splendor with elegant fur- have a reputation of iiatiomil renown, ing institution-- , the furniture being Surr, of $180,000. niture, n rcllexof what would be term a being the mot correct builder of Mihtnntinl in well n elegant. Injthe ed a thoroughly nietroolitnn intitu-oi- i, ladies' fine shoe. Cient' furiii-hiiirear of the liuoine- - department are Kegarded as One of the Strongest Fltlu. if located in a city enjoying tind'hiK' are alo made a principal I private eoii'ultation rooms nndj dirce- clary Institutions In the State feature ami given elo-- e attention, tors' n partmentr1. of Kentucky, To endeavor to enumerate what nothing being overlooked in either At the rear of the main counting The First National Hank of Stair room, inidc u spadou fireproof vault the State and a Knight Templar, lie could be found at thi houc would take quality or style An old buinev is nl-- o a deacon in the "(.Joods well Uiuglit lire half sold" column of space and stiil fuiui-- h no in is the massive steel safe, equipped with ford, i a finnnrial i church. well suited to the condition of afadeiiiate idea a to it- - coiiiprehcn-ive-iwhich U mirrored the solidity of Lin-- j time lock burghutreaMire chest, where The director' of the bank are: V. fairs of thi- - hou-So will say in hort, that anyMr. .loiies i one It proudly look? back repo-- e the fund-- of the coin county. of the ln--t Inner South of the Ohio in iuccliniiim Heid.S. T. Harris, .1. V. Hayden, thing that can be found in any nir a ingenuity year of active, "'"I over a S. II. Haughman, .1. S. Ilocke'r, T. i drug hou-duplicated here. river, which with the fact that he ha pro.Jperou life, and forward to a still l1"01111. the bank's cab, and colateml V. A. Tribble, M. D. fa- - IMIill, N fully protected ngnin-- t Fine tobacco anil smokers' siipplie inaugurated the ca-- h system, accounts brilliant future. more J. II. Collier, V. I Walton figure very prominently, and in acuta- - foi the low price aked for all goodj or fire. The Virtuallv speaking the First Xa-- talitif of vniidali-and M. .1. Miller. Thej following gorical way pronounce the houe to be found in stock. Mr. June i a mi-- . tionnl Hank of Stanford, was founded watch word of this mo-- t splendid in in the year of lo-J- , and for n number stitutiou i progress; it liabecu a fore statement iucd at the clnc of bui-ties- , heaihjuarters for the smoker. and to live of Fayette county and ha Iteeii June .'50, 13!li, readily depict baceo virtually speak-- , in general. An elegant engaged in of yeans was known as the Deposit most factor in encouraging business soda fountain with marble counters in iug, nil his life. For l. years he opI5auk of Stanford, and was the oulv enterprises of every diameter that the stability of the bank: local banking hou-front ornament the front part of the erated a mercantile establishment in for the counties finds in the comity a home, the oth'cers house; at thi counter one i served with Lexington and for piitc a period was of Lincoln, Whitley, Knox, Laurel and stock holders, are all men of ;i. all the delicacies catalgoucd in temperwith the great Marshall In Julv 1st. '(!.". it menus and coinpnrntively speaking and Hoekcastle. BEPOHT OF THE CONDITION of Chicago. He ocn-eate l)cverage and during the torrid Field vtiit organized into the National Hank' young men.- - The ollicers are: J. S, up here .Inly lbii.S ilays of summer, enjoys, a patronage of Stanford with n capital of 850,000 Hoeker, president; Jno. .1. McHob-ertanil A. A. McKinney, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, well cstablMiiiigthefiict ofappreeition. and his coming has in a gnat men-li- re and on Oct. 2, 882 n- - the First Xa- revolutionized the system of merToiwist in thestore, Mr. 15. Lcac- hAT STA.NrOKD. la (he State of Kentucky, at the closa of business man, a regiftercd is chandising in Lincoln count v. He i phnrmiu'it al-June St h, ISVJ. Iiiimiicf man mid retained. He isayoungman thorough n live, wide-awa-ke in hi profession, allable in demeanor well dccrvcs the silcce- - he ha met. RESOURCES. In hi- - store two laTly clerk find em-- , LuantanJ discounts ...... ll?J,(sli yz and attentive to public rcpiiitc. Overdrafts, secured an J unsecured. .. At-4i The proprietor is a voung man who ployineiit and they, like the proprietor, ' U. S. llonds to secure Circulation sl.iss) si d in Premium on I S. Ilooili . l,n' '& takes active interest in all that tends to enjoy n large acUaiutaucc-hi- p IO.Vj; tv, Stclct, tccuruiei, etc ., nearby countie-- . i progres.-ivenesbeing more fully illu Haiklng-houifurniture and natures.. w 'J,J U) In religious tenet Mr. .lone- - worOttier real eatate and uiorlaes owned trated in the conduct of such n mag- fi?'2 Due from National Hanks, not Rf- Chri-tia- n church iniK-eii- i uriig More lien, llei a gen- ship with the ere AeDii....... . .. ,:V1 ,M Due from State Hank aud lUuleri...... ,V) ial, moral toiled gentleman, a member 3v M Due from approved rcserte agents 3 17 s2 of the liapti-- t church. Checks and other cah items. .tw ;r.S s; The 60th Sosaion of THE FIRST J d repudiated nn obligation, iiml i 'ready to extend Courtesies to ever (cess. ... In nolitical faith he i n repub lican and showed a splendid strength throughout the State in the Iat convention, where he received 417$ vote for State trenurer although a candid ate but three days. On the casting of tin vote bis name wn withdrawn, al though he vn second to the nominee. It is not at nil improbable that the near future will find him again in4the lield, and if elected, will prove an officer of worth. In social circles a in htiine, be stamN very high: a iiicmlier of the lodge, the only member of the Mystic Shrine in this section of .Mn-on- ic I iKPPli Coughing .VTe know or nothing better to tear the llnlnR of your itiroM anJ lunRs. tt Is better ilun wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Onl) keep It up Ioiir enough nnJ you will succeed In reducing your wclRlit, losing your appetite, brlncini; on n slow fcernnJ msKinc cvcryililnK exactly rlRht for t!i Rerms ot un-ilii- L' as-io- Slop couhlns anJ you will get well. n. e. Aprs cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary coush disappears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mastered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of consumption arc completely cured. Ask your dugglst for one of e, le j 1 m rs s, Cherry Pectoral e, bu-ine- d s, ss -'., ea-hi- o, Dr. Aycr's ' Cherry Pectoral ft Plusler. It will aid the action of the Cherry" mUt thi-an- e, rter ml wtltn u Ul ... I cctortl. tr f Or i ) t. iu -- 1 rr'inl rrl)T Ih im u J Hill lit l v(ctrt t lr A1l.lt Ivwvll, Mim ii m l.sl inf.ttrI .i.iy irsuin, H Capital stock Surplns fund. Undivided profits, less eapeoses and ., taics paid 82.")0"ln istant cashier tionsl Hank with a capital of These gentlemen National Hank Notes outitanding time tried fixtures of the bank, to Due to other National Uanks........ 000, which has in late years been re-ar- e Individual deposits subject to check .. . bu-- iproclivitie-- , is due the Iiemand certlhcatesofdtt'osit 'heir sduced, conforming with sound judgment of today's banking die.', phenomenal success of the growth and Liabilities oficr tnan those above stated First National Bank Building. HH I ' j po-itiI A-ilf po-iti' Notes of other Nat. Hanks .. Fractional paper currency, mcaels and . . cents. 3M iv 6T Specie........ i ............. .... iu.uTii ,M AS JOHN P. JONES, Proprietor of one of the XIUEBSBCNFEMCOUKEi OPENS SEPT. G. Lejal tender notes .. S,I;M tai Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 percent, of circulation Total ),v,,ii 3, tt) 1800. f.io- - J. T. SUTTON, Htutonvillo, $.uvm LlAHILtllr.S. a Most ln,il tj IT.m si 3lfi r,i Dry Goods And Shoo Storos in Central Ky. Up-to-date W3t l Inilldlnc- - nnd grmimls gn-atl- r , cnur--c of study ret mid mill rrllirliiu Itil. u larri'. ciitntK-trti- t Ulty, tlil Unrlortnkor, -- Kentucky .,..., weii-nnown remaie Loiiege',fT.,li.,r,;:B,i:?.M.n.e.,. il Offers bis services to the ofW'ret UlroU landCaaer euunlles. rullstwk ullotfinsand Caat. . Icrlilt. Hint jnur ilnticliter will nut "only tales, without in the lean impairing development of the institution. Mr. ami tlmnut;lilv t ruined hi nil you need any of the above. the very able president, ha IF) in our rliixjl. the Fuliility of the institution; the ijr hut will iiImi Im. Writo fur cntaliiKut' to 'ocntified with the bank, as its J. H. GREER. Stanford. Ky. ly material change notice ible, was the Hf.V V C llsllEK. A JiMill. r.lmre. Ky ll increasing of profit-- which i the hi"i. f presitlont, since its organization as the est guarantee of a world of bifines.-- 1 rlIt National, being elected to that agacity at U helm. An illustration office when hut 111 years of age, and MltS. U. I). SI M 1'MJN, Proj . the distinction of being the only of its Micce-- i under its late regime is? Cnucnritcr, : Kentucky. magnificently portrayed in the fact l''t'ftorof the old organisation that Oilers The Polltming CotirKx. NrwW in it ha- - paid out in wish to -- tock ''lling like ofiice in the new. He .. ..furnislieil. . i bedm nli'iuUrl . i'ortera Agricultural. Meclianlc.il l.'nBinwrinir. I 'D'0, r.vrttlilng Judder-i- n dividend, the stupendous native of Lincoln county and prior to live! nil traitih. hH Klcttrlcal Civil IJiiL'iiuvr l, with the bank, flit;, Nontial mm of SI M),00(). During thi admin- - accepting a nnit Kivp 'H'icntitic l.'oiirr, eicli of which rovera W!l ungaged 'be practice of law. istration the capital lock four rusra in llie College proier mill leaiN which in a great mea-ur- e fori''''10 "tajor part of his law training to ii iifirrro. accounts It I'acillty coiitnilii twrnlr nine pro- Vou take uur Wheat and c.rn t M r received in Central I'niver.-it- y of the accruing of plemlid profit-- . feOTi. Its i;roiIiiils. Iiutlillnt's nml eiUii Ir-- l Kselmup. In Win tranlii rl nl.tm Louis-yea- r i he first reduction wa- - made in the 'ichuiond, Ky ; Lav; School of ,ur am Im '" "luiifurd and rs t in e. i 'in. iiiftitit repro'etit itMl,0H in value "u '"l, liiliMtorl-J('lieintcal. I'lii.ii.il, Ilioloe- - ""' " I' "ur JI. . slilp V'"(1 ol,''v,", K.v- - a"d the fain u 1X01, when the working capital '" Kr llotauiral, (ieoloui.i.l, l'liM.ioloK. "'"''; ',rM" ,,.'"',r" '"'t uiil " ion. Mech,Vc,: an,. ...ect.lcnl an , wai made 8200,000. The eflicaey of Columbia College, New Vork, X. Y. Kl .i J K, w, in Keiilt.cky f ,r,. r, m,i pNrt ti,ii(C ,, ,K,, i,i.r from filling the president's this reduction nm)u manifested to hacli isenlilli'il liy al tratn..irtioii- frand fu wu.lit il ir iN aw lofrie luilinti, room rent, fuel, mill from Hudderara III heofgicat benefit and prompted the '"rat the bank, he hold a '"'" Itlver It Uir Mdl.liis ntElt , IIkIiIn for fotu protieilv pietmieil Miiiletil- - J"" '""I re ass)si oftru-t- . He aV to make n second reduction, j'K'r of other lepiiouo .o. t. in till) collene proper, nml to atitiUal ' 1st, 1S0II, when the capital ,m' Curator for the Ky. University, iiuiiioc'i iii tut- - .oriii.u iejiariniLiii, .lit to liuappoltileil liy Hie Comity ssssssssssB of the Stanford stock w a made 8100,000. The in. Lexington; tru-te- e lm nDTIflrMO flM rADUO :I HlaSHaBwlaVssaflBKkJSssV lent Alumni of oilier cnlli-L'iin Ken-mmmmmmmmmlmumW'IRimmE&&2S&mW&4&mwBmWi ui College, nnd secretary of the dividual backing of the bank is, how-- j finale lucky arvcnturril in post graduate coiirte. ' mid KntrHiiee evatmniitinus Sent. 11. WANTK.U. ever, several times that of the capitil 'Cumberland Valley Lind Co.,isnlsoa i:i For catalogue nml olher information, I would like to take options on pxid farm tock, which form in it one of thc!,"e,,l',L'r of the Fil-o- n Club, of Louis- apply to In Lincoln CounU l'or terms ami ' JAS. K IWnTlsJjON, I'll. I) I.I. I) society strongest institution of the kind in ville.a literary and WJI I.AMKlltAI', ' Lexington, Ky I'resiilenl Krlger. Ky the Statu. The combined wealth of He is a devout membci of the Chris Kession Ilcgins September 1 tian church, and an elder in same. tho directors alone, pa cs far beyond The efficient and ever courteous L'ONslCN VOl'lt STOCK TO the dollar mark The OR TRADE. bank hu not only been of miilti im- cashier, Mr. McHoberts, has been for Ice BASsmw nmis a portance to tho-- e directly connected, .52 years identified with the bank, fillH.lrii.lMfariabfa'iarrMn Southeast Kansas miles fri.iu llm Ml.v.iul lilr Will lalr.1. .Tone.- -, N in every sen-- e of the term, u with the old National, but a liencfieiury to the coiuniunity ing like KiKHlfariiiiiiKiouutry, Llvo Steele C:raaissl;n Merchants, tlilcklr MttlM, Will wii ..aea.jr isri.iaortra.l-r.,- r farm lu CVntral Keu modern ideud that cannot but bo appreciated. In prior to the formation of the First man and favors Central I'livliigtini Mwk Yard- -, Covington tra.la. (,t.) Aildreaa Hot , hlanfurd, Ky Kv., the channel of buiness throughout National Hank. Hi.s riirid rule of the community with a store stocked W'lien ur I'nion SliH'W Yards Cincinnati, O, hliliiiilng Knit lilll our can) nrlilleire along with his many with goods that conform minutely with oelltiig ft ntral Cu liigtun MocL Yards. W'e the State, this house enjoys a confi will nl. u jour Druggist of. the demand- - ol an enlightened khi. A'our rn tock It topen.onal advantagu and gle tenee, well in Keeping with the high- - qimiiiictition mat miiKc tne truo gen-eh- t our attention LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Kentucky. luce regunls for solidity, and in local tletnan, most admirably lits him for STABLE, he so well fill. Ho Tue store is located in the Walton trade circles tho feeling of security af- the Covington ed For nearly a years the Opera house block, occupying olio of forded by the of etieh a re- I'ome from one of tho first families, uf DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Kjiotisiblo banking institution, who?o this section of the world, a sou of the drug emporium of Lincoln county bus tho splendid lower Moor sales rooms, IIorse and Mule on bund ami Yards, forkiiluntall tluio. method and principle, aro founded eminent S. S. McUohert, a Prcshy-utro- u been the liouo under review. Tho bus- the dimen-ioiisthe interior of the In oad experience and ripe judg.iteriau .minister. The religious faith iness was established by the Into A. It store tire .'10.80 feet, and it is safe to Covington, Ky., John II. Cati.i:uin, Aiitiu'iKi. I.amiiivm that theie can not be found in Arti located mi a tu titfer Puccini Iiiiluco- inent, and who-- e financial statu isiof the father is well imbued in tho son, Penny, who was one of the most popllm ckimiiimik cUti.:ma. ' lio beyond question, may not bo over ev an elder in tho I'rcnhytcriau ular druggists of tho State. At the de- tho State, congregated in tho samo meiiU In tliu kliliinern South of thuOliln Itlv. er In hinlng tin m extra iUM'nn and lime mise of the father in the year of 180-1- , amount of space a higher quality or lu uddltlou to tliu local linger llicre will be timateil. Of eiieh a character is the Iiurvli of this place. Assi-tar, Tho Mr. A. A. the business descended to the charge of more styli-- h line of good. Tho stoic First National Hank of Stanford. The Eastern & Foreign Buy-cr- H oflicera ai e gentlemen who understand MeKiuney, has been with tho bank the son, G. L. Penny, the present pro i pluisingly arranged, which with the on tlic Market varied class of goods forming a jiris- financiering in it.s'iiiiiitite.-- t detail and for 27 years and a singular coiuci prietor, who was schooled in thchu-iucs- n l'or till kin I of stock. Wiien klilppln; Kji.t aro capable of foreseeing and forestal- - deuce, as to his association with tho under tho personal direction of the emi- iiiatic effect in colors, makes it one don't full to consign our cure, prlt liege killing wldcll will Ik) of be ne II I to m. ling any of tho crises that aro prone bank, h that when but a lxiy, while nent sire and registered by tho State of the beautiful business emporiums CENTKAL COVINtlTOX STOOK" VAItll CO. g n id" Main street. This hoiiso makes a to lower in tho financial sky. During his father wa4 fighting for tho cuiiso pharmaceutical board, after Ol Llvcrpuul, the more icceiit panic, when lens of the Union, ho carried brick iihcd in rigid examination. The registration specialty of handling nothing but the fctahlo institutions were unable to the erection of tho bank building in alone clues not signify his eflicaey as a very best of good and if parties are Largest flro Insurancu Cuiunuur In the World.. weather tho gale, this institution, good which he now holds a very responsible druggist, but his life's work at tho pre- looking for cheap John shoddies, it is W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., oW wupslio is, passed through tho gulu, position scription cae, to which can not be wholly unnecessary to visit this house & Casjileman, unscathed, aud anchored safely in the Mr. McKinney has proven himself traced tho vestige of an error, loundly with tho expectation of finding such GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. MauugerSoutlieriiI)cntrtuieut. ami com- goods in stock. Tho elite trade is Uplcudld Accoiiiiiiodullpus, harbor of success. During its long well worthy of every trust, and has proclaims for him aeueral Olllceni, Colutiiblu ljlutldlnj., Louis- 1,101.0 ui ieioi una sunniur well. ol business dealing, it has never by felt effort climbed tho ladder of eitc- - pounder in tidvanco of the ordiuary. catered to, and we have the word of yearn 42 lluten lteaouutl, l'lue Water. 1 bu-in1 ea-ille V ou-iiie iit. Lincoln county ha within her conl(t(?; fine- many mercantile establishments ISuli'tV of eulogy and ntuoiig f.lu ul well in pay-in- r Total... JU.ll 41 the number we take plca-iir- e e tribute to the under re . bTATE OF Kr.NTUCKV, County uf Lincoln ( y be termed one of I, John J. McKubert). cathier ol aUtte named view, w Inch can IUnk, do solemnly swear that the abutc state the leading establishment ofthekiuil in rr,cnt is true tothe be.t of my knowledge and h. hef. JOHN J .MckOllfcKIS Cashier of the country. Xt ami- hubscribed and sworn to befure me this lit day W JI. llllll.HT, N. I. L. C. olJulyUM. plated idea- - or method- - of I a. lloikCK. ) W I' W'iltux, conduct, find- - fsvor in thi; Direc J W lltWIKN J hou-The proprietor, Mr. John I' e. ?2,H j.ioi jj jt Kntcr ujiri Itt julillro )rnr midrr tliv tnit llattcrlni; clrcuintaiici'. Tlio rvrdlot if l)iii. wlio lm Vtinwti tlm rolli'p' from It tH'Klnning tluit it was tieri rwi well tNuip-M'it In all rrx'CtK its :it irt'--i- TO STOCK MXXT I We Inrlts the llcst Critical IsTeitlgitlcs tliM ytnt will Of nil tiur cliittna, I have on hand Stock Hors, Cows, Calves and other stock for sale. Call on or write to me if The State College Of Kentucky, t'ln-slra- Mason Hotel clt-at-Ursl-clas- ii ' i -- Just Like a K".; i j. Mill. -- -- 1 't Dl-tr- mini-ilirecto- rr llr.t-ela- K. JBlHaillllllllllllsstBssfassL tiaatssssssssssssssl I uuiio un rnmo I partlcu-InraHtldrv- H 1 half-millio- n Stanford Electric Light, Water Works and Plant. FARM FOR SALE com, po-iti- G. L PENNY, hu-inc- -s Leading Central B. 3. FOX, -' po-iti- ion half-hundr- -' Central Stock nt Ca-hie- ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY pa-sin- BEHZLEY HOTEL. Barbee adi-pen-- hvlllo. Ky (30)