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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 12, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899091201_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 12, 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. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV111. LANCASTER, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER McKINNEY. 12. 1899 10 A.M. If NO.. 50 goods. S. II. Martin lias been elck n weok or so. Koiibcn Uslljrd, u good cltl.en, died Tho railroad surveyors left hero last week for their homes, It lit euld, wheth-Hov- . at his: home near hero Friday. jFuuet-a- l service wuro held at the Christian or to return or not, wo nro not nil v I ml. Wo hour uuny compliment punacd on cnuion Suturduy. A vvlfu and thrto the "trado lsuc" of tha I.J. lupuaka children survive Tho many friends of Mr. andt Mrs. well or tho JOI'KNAI. und llio e(Ulp-utf- o Kl Albright gave them upl with much of thu otllce. 2,.'.(o. regret. Mr. A has engaged In tho Mom. J. U. Uobln.ou, Suullcy V.n Yocum told his lltilu homo on tho commission business in Cincinnati uud Hughm, Frank Murksbury, Henry hillKastof town to I). K. Shuder for his wife joined him thero Sunday. Mb Simpson, MImo Annie Herring nnd ilTiOaud bought another of Mrs. Iiuib Lizzie Herrou, well known lu Stanford, nugenla IJuh spent hut week at Drip- on tho Green Klver plku Soutli of town accompanied her. forJlii, ping Springs. A dozen or so of JohnJCralg's frlciio John Durham and James llrowu uro Kldcr Georgo Cow on has gone to tho happy fathers' of tho very newest spent Sunduy with him at his hospitu-bi- o llarrod'i. Creek to hold a protracted home near Marelsburg. Thosu who thero to Nuw babies In town. Kaoli is an "up meeting. Ho Bo Virginia to artlclu mid of opposite sex, the went from hero wore: J. Harvc) iDunn, ork to sou Dowey, then to Litter belief a p'osH;cllvo railroader by 11. H Hamiii, William Francisco and dorovlvul ork. Dick I'lkuand they.reporta big din Slnco there lire soverul good demo- occupation. Kuv. T II. Coleman tilled his pulpit uer and a good time generally. MISS MAMIK LYNN. Legislature It crat mentioned for tho An Interesting meeting of some 20 Now balem Suturday and been suggested that their name be huro and ul has A charming oung lady in every Il'JCkcutllo county touchers was held placed In a hat and the one drawn out Suuduy, preachlni; live sermons to ihu horo Saturduy. A (k progrum, sense Is tho onu who-- e picture appears ivvo churches. This Is llsual on his bo declared tho nominee. hlch included un address by Judge II. ( above. Hcauty of feutuic. combined Kuv. livery Conlcderato In thl county, monthly trip to this section. l Wiiliams, was carried out. Tho with a complexion u- - clear as ever hold except two, uro earnest supporter of John Ioni; was preaching last week at leuchcr were well cared for by our a maiden's blush, of a figure thu democratic ticket, und tho other New llelhel. that Is symetrlcally perfect nnd a car cannery Is doing a lively busi- hospllablo citizens. The two nro expected to got right. The Thero is notu butter or u larger pub- rlago queenly and tniigulflcenl. Miss dry member of the G. A K. are also loyal ness still, though the continued lic school in Kockooslle thun, ihu ono Mamie Lynn U a picture of womanly ISTl'.UIOH weulhur Is .urlou.lv etfecllug ihu uunu-tlovcllm-s- s Tho tradu Is.uo of the hard to beat even In Kencrop. Ouu or two cur loads of llio huro, taught by l'rof. Mgur Albright JouiNAl.uttrartod much intention here and Mis llolui. Thurmond. Hotli ol tucky, famed for It heuutifiii women. & llnished goods hau already been nhlp-pu- d n ml It reflect much credit on the Sho is a dmiifhtfr of Mr. and Mrs. J, to wholesale merchants, isuvurui tliu leachere uro very popular with pa- K of the enterprise, thu I. J force Lynn, aud besides being a graduate b ooTToo oo" b"ol3l3lDololiDlDl3lDio o"oob"b"o"o"o "o'o o o o rent and pupils und they work with u and the enterprising iwopluof Stanford olhur will follow. of Stanford Female College, took a O o zeal Unit Is most commendable. Many from this section will attend o nnd vMnity. Our low u has more protij houses poitgraduut's course at Lebanon, O. o A. II. eiicunpineiii uear lClns-vlll- o O " with thel. C W II Harris, of Carlisle. r, of Mlllersburg than any of It size In tin section of President C C u this week. If proper euriulliiucu his father' family Sunday. W. S. tho Stulu. Among iho handsome ones College, recognizing her worth and Is kept over iho rough element thul u.- u a cob plpo, which he has usid ability tendered r a chair in his faco such pluces, the mure civil- arc tho-- of Dr. l'ercy llenton, Hev. 1J jcum. Miss Salllo Klkln and u.nl vlolls for A.J I'lke, l: S. Maninund J. Thom- ulty and she wont thither last week to may expect un enjoyable Utile brother, John Woodcock, will go ly Inclined o resi accept 't, much to tho dlscomllture of o iK'uaslou. Let us hope that uol u single as Cherry. Sovijral subiUiutial moro thun ono admirer. to Atlanta thin week O O KOIt dences are under construction. will occur. No county In the Statu can tioast of dlslurb.iucu O O Mr. K K l'rothuroo has resigued as guaranteed work and iho lowest o o better educational facilities than Cur-rur- d HUSTONVILLE. of tho Hrodhead fair, which clocks, jewel- president Our uYuded school oK!iied with prlcus lake our watches, und , to olllce ho has tilled so iidmlniliiv machines, bicycle, o MI-- s Katu Hoglo opened the public o over.1'JU pupils Thu titlctidatice will ry, sewing U. doocli, tho jeweler, und have Mr. J. Thomas Cherry, another good school hero Monday. g bo larger than over, l'rof. J. II. Pat- U. Ho is agent for tho man, elec.md In his stead. Mr. I'. was Thujining people enjoyed another terson Is ono of tho most thorough ilium repulrcd. Laundry ami will look unaniinouily inudu treasurer. Clever hay rido Friday night. In the btateund, with hlsuble Dun Wile Strum teachers o Jim Tato will succeed Ed Albright u- 1'uwull A; Harper uro buying a ear-lo- ad o corp of teachers, thure Is no excuse for alier jour washing with us much cure secretury. o as olhur business entrusted lo htui. of mules to ship to Salisbury, N. not nciiilrlng an education. MIs Neville Carson, of this place. W. I) Goocli went lo Chattanooga 8.10 uj412j. Josh KciniKir, knowing the value of Mr. and Mrs. CJeo. Urllllths, ha a pluto and tea hji, which once beFriday's edition of the I. J. was a railroads, ha oxpres.ed hUwllllngucfs Sunday of High llrldge, will take rooms ul the longed to Kev. George O. Humes' thing of beauty and we hope tho same to glvu tho right of way through hi wuok. Mini mother, which uiu 120 jours old. Mlts will osour frequently. nro dlised to Ciiinmeiciul Hotel tin Several other farm Kuguulu Wuru him reiurued from u sev- Carson is a relative by marrlngo of tho N. V. Pipes, who has been llving'on do likewise, and where damage Is In George good evingellsl and Is a fond of him fio Carpenter farm In Casey, bought It Is hcH)il that It will mil be eral da) s' visit lo friends chanted, as she Is proud of iho red that tho owner of the town. Miss "Manclu" Wuro lias and have been In tho family treasures ihut tho H. S. Tucker furin of 'JC0 acres at so long. $17..'.0. school ut Cioorgetown, land and tho sople can ogroo on the turned to iho Hapiut Sunday school hero Tho aiorcury stood in the 00s all last holpcuab oilier to bear tho will bo iuled by her joung friends ono oi me best amourt and in the county, Tho av week, and in some places around town huro for thu uM tuvurul mouths to burden. erage attendance is between 40 and 10 at noon on Thursday, it registered 100. Ttiu artistic skill of Miss Salllo Klkln coiuu. Communion services wuro held nt Nolnllhstanding tho inteiisuly hot and teacher and scholar alike ate painting of the has produced u realistic deeply Interested. Mr. W. H. Colver tho Prt'sbyterluu church atSunday. Ilev. cabin on tho Lancaster A Stanford rond weulhur tho public school hud uu y makes a good supjiintondunt, while Dr. McUonald of Danville, olllclatod. J. W. Logan' and tho river. tendance of 05 pupils last week. Char-Ic- his wife, who luirganlsl und between a teacher, Mrs. II. N. Adam-- , and children, of Colllur, of Somerset, Is principal & It Is tho houso lnwhloh Dr. V. SimpMrs. Nutle Humphrey, this place, Is to no small degree the life of tho MeKlnnoy, Texas, arc vNItitig Mrs. L. Klkln, of Atlanta, altendwl hi and son for school. Daniel Oivonsiird W. II. Al- H: Adams. Miss Nolle Quick, of Frank-lor- l, Several schools clo-e- d I'.rst pallcutand, lis he has become an lnd., li the guest of Miss Mary If people were bright are other teachers who uro alIwdlsplavtil fear of iho siuiill-)o- x eminent phjslclau, H it to Iron Fence. Cypress Shinglca. at much afraid of going to hell whun ways at their post. Hrodhead I just-l- y Lusk Miss Mntlio Alcorn has returnhi Inllrmiiry. proud of her churches, all of vvhleh ed to Chicago. small-Mrs. H. J. 1'iiikerton munnur In which the dally press ihoy die ai they arc of having The continues quite ill. Mrs. V. D. Slagg, whllo living, Heiixen would bo hive largo mombarshlps. Kev. Wdlvli.id In Iho gubernatorial race, l pa-t( ( of tho Hiptlst, Kov. of Liberty, hus been with her mother, 10 yeurs htincu wlih people parly dls.fnlons and '.he nunibor crowded tho . Kim I'lke of tho Methodl-- t and Kid. J. Mrs. Franco, Cabbell. MisAnglo are dally spoken anu who never will gut Ihero under the G of falsehood that Livingston, of thoChrlstl.inehiirch. Curpenlur has returned to North prlntid, the malicious uttucks ami tho present loslrictlous. D K. Tottcn, independent candidate to Pi of. M. G. ThoinpsonV Misses Ada llryaiil ami Anna Gooch Mill Metal lioofiiu bad ! ellnir that i manifested are for representative for this and Laurel College aud Misses l'dna Haughman us ctmciudo that Iho ontuied school In Stanford List week tuough to uiako woll pleased county, opened his campaign nt Union and Jessie Powell lo Culdwoll College, palltl. at world I so wicket! that iioiio a ml expros themselves as School-housnear till place, io a Dinvllle. Mies Nuucy Kennedy, of with thulr first weok's experience unIn tli should take w bat rulhuns uilienjj Siturday night aid Is thu guest of friends huro. for dlstliicllon Is der Dr. Shelton. Mli Hello Ciood, ar'd jtitesl Tho greod made u Hue speech. His platform, Mrs. I F Steele Is in Louisville. Mrs , .,11.1m. inunv to disregard every rule who has been visiting relatives in till homo lu Lex- which ho announced, und which Is a Chns. Wheeler has returned from u id propriety and to ignore the high ecllou, returned to her That combines beauty and guide us thro' ington Friday. Dr. K. Grldor. wlfennd vote catcher, U m follows County week's stuv In Cincinnati, vvhero sho comfort with convenience, Ik ttnpu e which should Mooro aro In ltussoll coun load's to bo worked by taxation: free has boon buying full goods Dr. II. one n( our well made, easy rid Mis lleltle life. school books, or as near freo as ing and elegant b'urrcys. It is Hrown, who has been qjlte, ill Is somo lllti Port agumy changed ty, having been called theieon uccount The LouUv unexcelled for workmanship, will work to tho Intorestof tho la- - hotter. of the ol tho serious Illness of Mrs. Grlder. bund here because an omplove dm ability and comfort, und will anu is eternally V. ColToy, who. for give moro agent accused of having the Impu- father, ex Slierlll J. NEWS OF THE vIcINaS to tho L .S: N's. active hand In u family use thau other N. I ail road ditpiitches say, died last IVid.iy morndence to say that the L. We nre telling nude berouvml home Is near Creels, h)IiIcs. Ho Is anxious to mcetthe was L.i nlslilng the 100 free copies to be ing. The J. W. Coffey, of llussoll, them Cheap and Fast. nominee, Mr. II. .1. Helhu-ruWhile the liorougli. T.to deccaicd wit a woll-U- i swallowing a distributed here forl.odu on tho stump and us that gentle- died from tho elTocts of & ' of propriety In do funnel! and highly respected. Severremark was it breach collar button. ago whllo changing his man Is also a good campaigner, tho .Stanford, Ivy. Opp. cases of scarlet luslneso, tho people, geuorully. believe al moiilh There uro ho placed hi cullur button In wool will likely lly, o to t spcuk, vvh'ju fevor in tho latorn part of Casey1, tliat ho told tho truth and they cxpivss elolhc g his mouth, und, by accident, sucked ti they come together. county. j that opinion overv day, uotwlths'.una-lulungs where it lodged and loJ. H. Meudunhiul, of Mlddlc-hortho power of that ureal eorKratlon. Into his CHURCHES ANDJPOFftCHERS. ho few day ago, when died ut Jclllco from thu ellccts of un They do not billovu that any paper mulned until, During It ntuy In tho i'oii..'lnjd It up. Ilev. J. II. King will preach at Pino operation (or rupluro. could or would Usuu and distribute 15, sunerod great pain, and lung he Hall church near Ottoiitiolm, Saturt'iiy 000 piKi freo for (K) days and tho canFred vVhltcacre, who was serving a Iho counsel of tho best night. l.IiOO day Jail wntoneo, escaped from didates on Ihut sldo uro not able to do physicians wit sought, nu pcriuunutit y ltisvs. J. n Crouch and It. II. tho deputy jailer at London. ' will begin u protracted meeting Saturday night tibout 1:110 Iho idlluf cume. After thu oxpulslon of l)n J. 11 Hoatmuii will be principal of i dostroyed on tho button from tho lung tho siiilcror tonight ut Hooky Ford. Casey county. Pinovillo College, with Mrs Gilbert tlectilc Uu'lit Klobe wuro . sank rupl'dlv until thu end camu us The meeting nt Watts' chape', conMrs OiVbloy und MUs Myers Klcliiiiond Avenue, two by stones and ubovo stated. ducted by F.id. J. (J Livingston and us ussistmiu. thrco by i'uilltii; thom looi-- und allow-lii- j: Mrs Gulnes Adams, who was a them todiop In tho street. It I ATTENTION NKWSl'AI'KK MF.N- - KcVi-A- . J. D.iughortee, has so fur resulted in l.'i additions. daughter of Mr. J. M. Crawford, died led that throo jouiii; men woro ranf, la th0 Bew Mvf Wl i:Tf:-V:'- n " "3 out th0 I am deslr-lousHolng u resident of Ohio, Tho vylll of I). II. Baldwin, tho giei 1 In Kockouslo last week. A husband Rins oat "" 'aUa mns ta UxB tro0 " seen ciifc'uued In the actand their names fflwM'&i&im ', Wi dIsHislng of thu Corbin News pluno man, gives all his property to i uud two daughters survive CfflrE-ilkhave been mentioned, but, us they moyo We bring to you the new and true from th will do so nt the I'rcsbyiorlan church except 5,"C0 atCurbln, ! The Advocate eitys that J. P Frank, In uoikI society and havo been properly plant, u great sucrlllco "for cash. Any on u j ear to his wife, uud she will contctt of Hurksvlllo, bus lou'ht thu Alkon raised It is hoped that thero Is u purchase of u plan It. residence In Hanvillo lur $."),7.'i0 nod uboul tho mutter. It 1 much contemplating tho would do well to cull und The C. V. II. M. will conduct u will build a dopuitincnt btoro liouso ou to bellovo that those who hud no uud location easier see me ul once, hour service followed by a til on u very large bcale. udvauluKUN would bf (,'ullty of such Tar-Hon- ey MllS. M. M. OVIlltSTItHKT, vor social Saturday afternoon, beginMtchlu'itn capitalist havo Incorporaconduct, ltut tho culltj should Corbtn, Ky. ning ut :i o'clock. Members of the ted tho Laurel Fork Lund Company of llko-l- v sutler tho penalty. They wcro not I Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by VOU'A.MO l.llll'lliiss. Christian church and ull others who Plnevlllo with J100.000 capital. Tho uwitru of tho fact that tho penalty Jur. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive ...., i.. limn two nor moro thun 10 ArKKr"ili ul i"tlu i:rii'llin roh llfo ofHun uro Interested In missions, cordially company propose to develop tho oil ....... UU, lint kltn's Aruli'i Mhxum tliuu; ilmllM, Invited to uttond. Cure for coushs.cclJs and all Inflamed 6urtaces I I'ttrMM, and niinorul resourced of Hell county.,' eurslntho penitentiary. No urrcsU iiluii hii.1(.'ul. Ilrulmw,I air. llolU, rsluii.. Curiu. of the Lungs and Oron.lilal Tubes. lliirna. NmiM H'.iK. Muyllold, u;ed ii, Irom Som Violu SUI lll.lVAItH, ttuu. Lungs ore exhH havo been iiiude, llmnli. nilll.liln.. II..I I'lloium ou ijrlli Priir. The we, weary cough-worI'll In. au.l Ai li. Onlyii re ins a bji, liir out IburfaJsnoribli Mwr will lw I'lejxtl talriiu erect, wiio imu occn loauinu un uuau mucus Is cut out j the rated j the microbe-bearinuarjuiiil. Suia by IVuuy. Hiulit. Ibat Ibrli' U t Irwl uu drnklnl Jiaa Dial Mi mull i "i uii.i.ms. uute baa Uu able lu ture lu alt ill iljirt'. and Hut donod life at I.o.uutou for two )eur, cause of thattlvkiing Is removeJ, and the Inflamed ... -- i... i. l....lv lii lAtf. form allJ tflll I i llying nouc itiaiamiuownan aiumruibeur u id uiiij- fo.l.ivu found dcud Ut her llOIUO Oil W uM liu . FlvosUters uud brotlK-membranes ore healed anJ soothed so that thero ,,. wlll.l)UofrlniJ., hut ou Lnuwu lu ImternllyT NmIIHowii, Aaatv couiltv, hilvo un nvfir- - Cut. lure xluitaiuualllulluiul iiihIIkI. riimliv. iIIkIjm-Is no Inclination to cough. rih street, from tho olTeou of morililuo, ....... .. Ilu m.il Mil rilll (KIM II. Uf ooj years. Ttio oiucst is vi iiiuttitutiuiul iituliurui. llnU'ilmiiitli Curs l r klliwy Iruu-i- . age ago of biitcldul Intent COLD BY ALLQOOD DRU0QIST9 h li In. iviillulluu .H.'I'1.. ULiO liiU'rujllv Ul and the voungcsl S. Their numo Is siivl iiiuixju. surfsiv4 lIlliT tllllMllv lllmll ,1... I.l.u.l taken with lir Imi'ur. LI! lllia.iw '".'j": Morrlton. ul be s).lfiu, Ibervby Chris Jacksou, bruthcr-l- u law of tho Dottlos Only. 25o., COo. and $1.00 SUM mjj i;lTluk' m m . - i ...i ..u.n..ii .. ...i. ItirixlU ut slrviiulli try liullJIiit: ui. Ibe ixni.lliu- - linkers, of Cluy county, wiu ut Mt, iriu. wuiri. i. i.. " DE SURE YOU GET NIMtVI. Hun suit aul.llu IIISMAIIK'MIUON ;,i7iltlHitulll.llVIMWlls smiw l'ufi, iialuro In iluluii lu vurk. 'I lie IAM0aVEAn3OLD.iJn? Deo Hanor'u trial, when bo . l,a liltwl ivwmIi tiiml u He. jtrU'a iioinr ll.lii' H'W '"'"",' ,"r,u,'. will ruirUUrs bais w tautU Cilili lu lu curill hw Vernon at n.u iiuli ul lil. kiilttiillJ liualth. luiloin ty ui I .tin, iUU miiliJua. Olaruii. IMUni (or iuy Br. liuatv. it aivtm auitk. and urnuuitnt i..! ilalilsolllsu'l Irriiu'inluu. i'liimy aivuot (uuuil tr, Ibat lbs. uiUrl'ui! llinnlrci lurli.t of U.iluiuu .alsed, u row and threatened to do up ilnrmlii t itei '"!'' II UIU luiurs. tin J BfrlpiiwUuruogriaanqco.iu. i.uuwi r.uuiTr.iii lltrs Mulnm II. l.nrr, lIuMuiiilltlsa iiuvuibipuui uwlli.t JiuVu lulia. lulyWi.ul.l IVuuy'slliuubliire. a a blorc.e.'or und others. Ho U now I Mr Uli. wMDl aiid His ut.p-- - vo. " r....lu. Ifvull s IT. king's Nw Uf J.OIIUNUY it CO., 1 olcto, O. worklwi; on tho btrcotb lu lieu of a $15 .ilicr Mut uw JtrubialuauJbiay, I'llli NiM Iijt PrucglkLi Toi1 Oul DRUG Tho fanioua pacer, Joo l'utch.n, has 'Ihfy dtiflul'm-'M- Hue. ul IVuuy's l'"i Slum, V """' ' ""'' '''" "" lLe l been .old for $20,000. school-Increa' Squlru W. P. Hunry l very lok. Col John V. Mlllor Ik preparing lo thu capacity of Plle;rluiuo.o Distillery from 100 to l."0 biihul,whleh will yield about 15 barrel per day. Henry N. t'liuleoncr him bought tho Chrlntliin church partonauu oit Water street at f I,e00. It U n ery de-- j .. .I t.IHKIIl.llI ...till fill rwi.. .... slriioio roluencu uiiu niiwu-- i ' tiooiety" U announced incut hiiJ rcortfanl.o lit tho houo liuro Tueaday nijjlit. A "literary to imonilKAD. J. T, Cherry In Loulsvlllo I , buying our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. GOLD Is no II... DOIMRS At 50 Cents. better value than the offer we are now making of '"" ANY SUIT IN OUR STORE FOR Nothing Whatever Reserved. o" $7.50. Co.. Best line Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, &c, in Central Kentucky. P. S. o J. L. Frohman oo THE GLOBE, 'Phone 136, Danville. CO TO For-guso- h-- I M'Fjoberts, tl)e Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c. tc At The Lowest Cash Prices. Cat ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. exccs-lvoun- 1 CRAIG HOOKER. 1 k. -- A. G.51NB, STANFORD, Ky. vu e, dFamily A Carriasre B. K. Coutt-IIouse, Work. -- 0i-Hn- 1 wttisf-ictio- gee-or- lir Wearen Son, 20-o- Jd - o, Ma-bon- lft $ Wffib .Mmm mm& m Guri-Hrd- I WWII SMlWmmS y.nd m inl-tu- I l." JkH hm flifra ru FOR SALE AT PENNY'S HSW DR. BELL'S n g son-liv- e nil iii I I 'ii..l-lwtlu- Ball's FiRt-Tar-KM- -- - r STORE. W awui'Cr . Iim-xii- E. H. HenIcy sold to Dr. Roberto, of TltKttK is no equivocation about WIN ADDITIONAL LOOAL. West Virginia, a combined maro by llnm Gocbcl and ho Is not nfrntd to ex Florsiikim's patent leather shoes at English Hunter for I21S. press himself In tho most direct terms on any public question. Soma bolter John I. June. sugar Ml'I.ks. 21 good Spicks ol all kinds .tint tumeric for initios for title, cither In pairs or bunch Ky.. Seit. 12, 1899 In order to embarrass hlra, a ho hopStanford. M, S. Hnughmnn, Stanford. ed, naked hlin If ho was for tho sopa-rat- e pickles and cutsiip Warren & shiinlfn. rt Tho Pcmston place of 2T'i ncre, conch law, when ho plainly snld Danville ClItiTlT L'OL'itr otfgttti ut ho wns and would opposo Its repeal. Ha Elmendorf In Fayette, wes W. P. WALTON. and no bought by J. E. Madden for UI,T thinks, however, that tho railroads yosteidnv with u munll docket cases of Importance should bo forced to plvo tho Necroes Sales of lS'i stock ewes at (I 2., fivo Aru w lint's ntlrnrting the people tlmt of Tlir ns good accommodations as tvhtto poo Last ujeek the mercury ruioly got bucks at Jl.'lnml To 1.207 pound eattlo Hiitnmer giMd mid the opening up )fflock daily to our store. of therlrnnlng upstir DEMOCRATIC I'sll stork i llmniiv! rotittnnt pic and not cut them oil with half the below IK) and one day mured up to nt ,c are noted In thu Winchester found hue Stark of smokers as now. Ho also said In re- 10J. This morning It whs down to .")2, Democrat. for sponse to 11 question that labor unions A great climate im KeniucKy George W. Pulllam bought tho 130 WIM.IAM (SOKIIKL For IJrutrnsnt (iomnor. had the same right to exist n. eorKrn-tion- s acres of land ouiud by the Into M N C, Lovhll ill run n hack from DoPauw nl 1.12 :i0. T W. Kinney got .I.C.W. I1K0KHAM. and that ho wn for giving thurn For Attorney ifnfrl, further safe guards. Senator fJoebel's Suulley to the ( A U celebration, tho 110 ncriM of knob land at . IIUKCKlXltllMlK. entire public career has been directed each day. It will miko connection Cattle buyers don't forget to attend For Auditor, to service for tho poor and oppressed with the C. S train at Ivuitfavillu. BUSH COULTER. tho salo of J. C. McClary, Exr., Sept. Foi Tmnurer, 111. and those who know hlra best have Sotno extra good THE Advocate sujs tho Danville S. W. 1IVOKK. leorned to rely on him for aid In pre- Fair Co. cleared 00 per cent, and gate steer', cows, calves. Vo S.iio begins nt Ileitis opened up d illy. New Outings, Now Good, New Shoes. New Clothing For Sre tirjr ol SUte, fur iiii'ii, Imis and children, nn venting tho encroachment of their H. C. Ilrlght and W. I line of l.idies' Fall lints. We mil tour C. HilECK IMIL. Woodcock, 10 a. M. rights by greedy corporations and com the secretary and ul.-tati- t, For Stilsrlntenilnit ofl'iiMlo Initmctlon, Foil Sale. A Jer-o- y cow a Jcrrey nttcntion to our line of Itouirh Itidersj weenn xiive you from 2.1c to fiite on tlicni. A &!" each. HAItKY MCCllrMKV. bull and it Jersey holfer. Also two few linen of bines. Agriculture, UorCommlsslonfr of Fllti:. MUs Florence Trueheart'u llllio. one by Washington Denmark ION II. XAIX. What are we heru for except to get kitchen caught flro from it Hue Monditj, and thu other by Nitbotb Write c ire For linltroail Comtulwlorer, pensions? was again answered by the but Henry Snlter, tho house boy, got a box 101, C. (' 31 (ilOUl). Stanford. G. A. IX. cncatipmcnt at Philadelphia. hose und put It out tvlthou' turning In W Hull Dudderar ltought yesterday For IkrtcentJiHf'i The pension committee reported a res uu alarm. Verv little dam tge was done. of S K Dudderar the Mcl'herson farm 31. F. NORTH. olution favoring the abrogation of Rule of 1110 acres on lagan's Creek ., "What's thu news In MadUon?" was 000 cash. He bought the place for his 22. passed by Congress, and the reinfor "Who Is Adams?" was asked us statement of Rulo 101, which makes it aked of Elder Jixepa Dalluu, who re son, I.il nnu rax, who wanted It for an At ri'iltKed prices. 10 tloicn ladies' Vols worth 12i nnd IV to cloo nl Ho. One times yesterday. Our reply Is that lot of Ladles' Vcts worth lOo, Mraclinl mid iinMenclicd, to floe nt fie. dltllcult to establish pension claims turned from his preaching upiHilnlnient Investment. Adams used to be a democrat and rep- les and this, it is said, will add 00,000,000 there yesterday. "Goebel's going lobe Thos. McCllntock, of MUlerojrg. resented the 10th district In Congress yearly to the pension burdens, if made the next governor. If all the Statu l sold Inst week to Caruthers & Board, of by democratic votes. He was a candilike where I nave been," wu the la Lexington, a law. five aged mules for J."00, date for clerk of tho court of appeals in conic reply. Best McCllntock to same, four fort. '190; 1SSU and being defeated by Longmoor THE Hon. W. O. Hodes, of Howling IN addition to Caleb 1'ower, who is Mclntyre & McCllntock to fume, 12 for for the nomination, bolted nnd went Green, proved during a speech at Purls Kentuckian. home, where bo helped to get Judgo J. Franklin by Drown buttons handed running for secretary of Statu on the SLIM The Cynthlanit Democrat says: In II. Tlnsley to become a candidate and him at his request by men In tho audi republican ticket aud who is to seak One lot of Men's Straw Hals, nil 50 and 75c Kod, to clur, choice 2'c One lln,. we are told voted for him over bis ence, that underneath the brown cov here Sept. i"th, A. S. White Is also to tho last few weeks Wills .V Brondwell woiili aud John P. Mc- have shipped to eastern parties "00 of L.tdirs' Summer Co. c , worth 35c, to close nt 2lc. A few pieces of lato opponent. Since then his tfemoc? ering Is a picture of Taylor, tho repub- speak here Sept racy has been decidedly below par and lican candidate for governor, which is Cartney on Oct HO. Did anybody eter mule colts, for which they have paid $ic mid 10c, to close alftc. A few les 'n Men's Summer Miirls, 76c qti"'lty, to iloru the farmers in this section the snug nt Iv. having gotten in the habit of bolting proof ositIvc that Drown Is running in hear of tho two last before? sum of $19,000. or nn average of,!2 . ho bolted Dryan, like ho now bolts tho interest of Taylor, If any doubts reMlt. J. GlN'SHCKii, uf Lousville, will Goebel. Ho is gradually finding his mained of a proposition too patent al At C. C. Huguely's sale In Boyle open it complete line ol doming, oooi, hav-in- g level In tho republican party and the farm of l.0 acres was bought by A most for controversy. shoes, bats and furnishing good In the Jacob Huguely at .TJ; 1.1 two-- j car-oljoined tho Taylor Auxiliaries Is Tiik Louisrtllo I'osi makes the state- store room In the iNTEUIOU Joilt.S'AL mules brought i'o to 3100: yearlings doing bis best to obtain recognition at 23. It will bo called the building Sept. $2." to $70; graded J.'IO to $00; hurre tho hands of that party. Wo used to ment, which Is not important even if Uacket Store and Mr. Gltisburg will Polled Angj yearlings $2.1 2 and think a good deal of "Malt Adams" true, that Judgo Tarvin will make Ono lot of Summer Pants, Just the thing In work in, to cloo nt ."KV Hoy's Kn conduct It in a first class stle. Shorthorn yearlings $27..10. Advocate. I'nnt lo closest 10c, lloy'n Knee I'nnt Milts !e. Iteineinlier we handle the Hutth and therefore grievo at tho fall of a speeches advocating the Louisville platform, but not for Gocbcl, who Is COL'HT D.W. A big crowd attended es Troupers - Ilcst I'nut made. man, who had ever reason to keep his lii.000. W. L. McCuri, proprietor record clear. Wc do not want any tho kind of a man Tarvin is alleged to of the Kings Mountain Cannery, tells court oterdnv and considerable cuttle democrat to be decleved by his specious have said he doesn't like. Ho is not us he has put up about li'i.000 cam of trading was done. M. J. Furrls, of arguments and they wont be when they like Tarvin, thank God, and that's why tomatoes and would have canned a Danville, bought of J. C HuyslSstecrs tho peoplo like Goebel and have no lik many more had- It not been for the at 2:. of II. G. Pennington 10 nt J22.."0, know his record as a bolter and a ing for Tarvin. short crop. He thinks that luscious of II. C Bottom l,r at J23, of G. A. Slier seven yearlings at $20 and of Col. vegetable will bo high next winter. After tho most sensational trial on Tub patent insides are printing a Underwood a bunch of calves at $17; J. GOOD Boys Tno Lexington Her- W Allen sold eight cows nt 2lc; G. W. record, tho court martial at Hennes, picture of John Young Drown, that The ChrAcsl lloiis-'j- o Town. France, found Capt. Dreyfus guilty and I makes him look like a son ald publishes interviews witti its home Carter bought of Colycr of Pulaski, ho was sentenced to 10 years', imprison It was doubtless taken after his deter- lawyers as to their feeling towards the eight yearling steers at 421; A. Hunn, ic ment. The trial was under a revision mination to sell out and fight tho party democratic ticket and thl is what Ca- oi Columbia, sold .10 calves at $20; W. sey M. Owsley, late of Lancaster, sajs: W. Lyon of a forme trial that sentenced the to which he owes everything. to S. II. Helm a Galloarmv nlllcer to solitary life confinement "I endorse tho Louisville convention, T.I). KaNKY. Manager GOEIIUL nnd Dlackburn were given the platform and the ticket. It is dem- way calf for $.10. About two on Devil's Island, and of which ho had of mule colts were bought by foreign accord-l- y Carlisle and were served several yearn, after being public- - an vatlon ocratic and I will give it my hearty IJrsnch stores nt Elirnbetlitown. Klkton, Owetubom. Shelby ville, Versailles, Hards, $2.1. Plug hors oneof lho neatest demonstrations support." James G. Denny, lutu of buyers at un average of stripped of his uniform and degrad-.e- d town, HiipkiiMville, Madisonville.Morgitittuld. Georgetown, Ky , CUrksn lie. Tenn. were dull. es this county, a brother of U. G. Denny, ed beforo the army. Ho was charged oftho campaign. Evidently his endorse Kdltor Kel- - shows himself to be of the right stulf selling French army secrets to ' "Huency do MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. by saying; "I urn In fuvor of support iies. another Eovernment and was conv cted " Miss Ada Broils, of Clovcrort, drank regular nominee of the party. I under a conspiracy as mean as was over F. and F. S. Haag, of the Henderson ing the farmed. The armv secrets had been Daily shall support Win, Goebel for governor carbolic acid because her beau jilted Gleaner, and Georje Hamm, of every name placed beneulh his fur her sold, but higher otllcers than Dreyfus the London Kentuckian, arc tho latest und Charles W. Love and Miss Salllo M. were the guilty parties, and he was the dllterent Statu olllces by thu Louie-vlll- u fiK to have their L. & N passes revoked Uogers were married at Doc Itogers' convention. made the scapegoat, because he is a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - SCORE OF BARGAINS TICKET. i' New Fall find Winter Goods lfrs lo Summer Goods To Close Ladies' Oxfords to be Closed Out Regardless of Cost. bin, i' d Few Ladies' Shirt Waists, Worth 50 and 75 Cents, to Close at 35 Cents. - The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY CO., Proprietors. car-loa- con-wl- th !""' nt Jew and could more easily be convicted by tho Hebrew hating French. Tho whole proceedings are a stain on the French government that can not be wiped out. because they printed articles that the managment didn'tlike. POLITICiANSAHD POLTIDS. LAHO AND SfO. Two good family norses for sale. Box The democratic certificate was filed by William Cromwell, secretary of the Louisville convention, before the secretary of Stato. It sets forth the names of the candidates from William' Goebel, for governor, to Ion B. Nail, for commissioner of agriculture, and the resolution again adopting thu game cock as the party emblem. It is signed by Judge D. B. Hedwine, chairman of the convention. This settles the ques- tion as to who is entitled to the rooster and bolters and others who do not mark under it will havo to do so under tho L. & N. device or stamp under tho log cab-ITboso papers that are running a rooster over the L. & X. ticket will now removo It If they have any respect for Col. Fred H. Roberts took tho oath as city judge at Owensboro. A contest for the place will follow. J. B. Eustls, from Louisiana, and Cleveland's to France, died ut Newport, B. I. A MayOeld audience hissed Bill Owens so viciously ho had to desist in his abuse of Goebel and Blackburn. Democrats of Adair have organized a Goebel club with Gordon Montgomery president and H. M. Kemp, secretary. Stone, of Missouri, says it Is of supreme Importance that Ken tucky should go for Goebol und the araba-vsador Ex-Go- v. Suulord. Foil Sale. Four Poll Angus calves. J. W. Baugnmuu. F. P. Bishop sold to I. S. Tevls 33 mountain sheep at &I.50. feeders. Foil SaLK. :i3 W. 11. Shanks, Stanford. William Bjers, -- toy Beazlsy sold to 1(11, of Bostou, u good road maru fur S.'loU. Seasons uru now due. Pieuse cull ut once und settle. M. S. Buughmuu. W. B. Uowe sold to Musslo tc Sublette fat cattle ut 3.85 Adair News. n. themselves. Lithographs of those arch traitors of democracy, Brown and Johnston, with the words, "Our Next Governor Bryan In 1900. No Compromise with Dishonor," and showing a game cock with a cross beneath bite, aro being sent broad cast over tho State by the corporation that is furnishing tho slows of war for the Taylor Auxiliaries. Tho motto is badly mixed. It should read: "Wo will beat Bryan In 1900 or uet. The word honor is not in our vocabulary." Tho bolters should have learned by Gen. Hardin's sad exper- ience that lithographs in are a hoodoo-thoug- their case It matters little. They are already hoodooed, damned and disgraced. shrub Indeed A SWKET-scentis Old Bill Beckncr, of Winchester. Not satisfied with bolting tho demo cratic nominations, bo Is said to have been in Frankfort last week to urgo Gov. Bradley to roako speeches for Taylor. After tho currying down that tho governor gave hlra a few years ago, J. W. McKeo sold 20 havo tno cneoK o: a governmules to Murttn k Hudson fur tho Now ment mule to call on tho governor for Orleans market ut $100. Cyutbluua Pat Conway, formerly of Hustonvllle, Democrat. any purpose, much less to ask such a died in Ireland, where ho went several favor of him. Bill evidently loves to years ago. Luiarus & Co., the Horso Cave be kicked. traders, sold 72 good mules to Southern Nineteen cases of smallpox aro reported at the village of Jabe. Uussull and Eastern purtles ut $05 around. GusG. COL'LTEU denies and proves county. Glasgow Times. In a most ompbatlo winner that bo Twolvo members of the Phllpot famJames A. Harkluroad, ulius John A. dickered for and finally gave his check ily wont to London with a warrant for Black, was arrested ut Barbourvlllu by for the Campbell county votj. Every- lho arrest of T. J. Grlilin, whom they Sherill S. B. Hoes, In to a telbody know it was an L. Jc N. Dis- UCCUSO Of tho murder nf rinimti. uhn.lir egram received from S. A. Daniels, Thacker la Clay county. Grfniii patch Ho as soon as they read the arrested ut PittMburv Hml I nnu, in was sheriff of Cow county, Kansas. Ho ,h. charge. London jail. charged with slabbing u man, ld he-mi-ut ticket. Tho democrats at Lexington estab lished headquarters at the court-hous- e, and raised the old Fayette-count- y ban ner across Main Street. Thu democratic Stato committee de dared all nomlnatiors for city otllces in Louisville void, and theactlon meets with general approval. Tho condition of Senator Clark, who was shot at McKee two weeks ago, is such that tho Jackson circuit court had to adjourn us ho was on one or the oth er of nearly every case. Senator Blackburn says that Brown ought to bo very careful how he makes unwarranted charges, "as he was the only man, living or dead, who had over been arrested and tcensured by an American Congress on tho charge of Inability to tell tho truth." COLOBED PHKACHEU SPEAKING FPU GOEBEL. SOMEKSET, Sept. 0. The Bov. It, Goggln, of color, of this city, member ol the Uaptlst church und vice pros I dent of tho bounty und pension association, which Is 10,000 strong in this state, has taken tho Btump for Goebel and tho entire democratic Stato ticket, no saysjtbat, for the first time, that halt or more of his race in this Stato will vote tho straight democratic ticket. x 50. export cattlu 1,350 pounds to Monto Fox ut5c. A.J. Gooon sold to A. D. Leavell somu calves for Oct. 1 delivery ut $22- .Hon. .1. S.Owsley, Sr.,sold 5tl yesterday. Prof. Charles Burnett, of London , and Miss Mattle Creech, of Madison, were married ut Pittsburg. Dawson Thomas Parks, aged 15, and Miss Pearl Edgerton, 14, were married in Covington. Tho parents of the youthful couplo were present at the marriage. Prof. Geo. Boberts and Miss Ithoda Elliott, two of the best as well as two of the most popular teaohers of this county, were married in Somerset. P. II. Journal. The engagement of Miss Virginia Stanton, of Frunkfort. und Hev. William J. Mahoney. of Nashville, Is to occur Oct. 18. Miss Stanton Is a daughter of tho lato Maj. Henry T. Stanton, and is thu voungest of a family of beautiful women. Itev. Mubonov Is un eloquent young minister of tho Baptist church und formerly of Virginia. i TRUNKS : I I I I ! v. !V I I I II f I .Stanford tins not had in years such nn assortment of Trunks as we no v have. OUR LADIES' TRUNKS Are Elegant, id iion L'S l l l l l 4 ii to .IS inches, prices ft 50 to 15 bushels of hill onions Foit SALE. Clinmberlaln'a The great at $1. Henry Blankenship, Preachers- - Colic, Cholera succeed of and Diarrhoea Kemedy in 75 if TELESCOPES, VALISES, Ac. Terms CASH. l i vlllu. J. M. Gooch has u with turcu curs which Is ijultu u the treatment of bowel complaints 1ms mg made it stnmlHrd over the greater part of the civilized world, r or sale by Uruig ft I locker, Druggixtit. Tnoroughbred Jersey cow, giving three gullons per duy, for sulu. J. T. Jones. Peter tho Greut won tho $5,000 2:12 trot at New York, going thu first heut in 2:071. It. C. Nunnelley sold to Arch und Woods Wulkur, of Gurrurd, 2ti yeurling H. J. M'ROBERTS. NOTICE! J. Of LonlHvlllc, Will OIHMI THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. ! steers ut tic. T. C. Hunkln und Sidney Dunbar bought In Hussull county ti'J cattle ut 41 e. My sale of farm slock, &c, will begin at 10 A. M., Tuesday, Sept. l'J. J. C. McClury, Exr. Seasuns uro now duo und you aro re quested to cull und settle. J, K. Duugh-maIlusumvlllo. G. W. Luusford sold to J. W. Cuin u house und three ucrus of land near Turnersvillo for $500. Queen McGregor, 2:08, pacing, died ut SprlngUeld, 111. Her owner once refused 110,000 for her. It A Racket Store n, In thu I.NTKUIOK JOUIt.NAL IIUIMMNO. nuxt door to tht Lincoln County National Hunk, on uutvmber "J. with it full uud completu Hue of Men's, Ilo)'uiid Children's uiuliilna:, noois, mux's, nttiH unu i uriuii-lu- g UooUs. ItwIU'puy every one to wult for they until thu ltnckvt Htoro Is opuiu-U- , thuii rUuuford unci will sell KooUclit'Ui"-surrounding country iwoplu ever heard of. Gallery in Central Kentucky, havinir been ccnlly equipped with the marvelou Anastlgtuat Lense; tho new dUcoverr in nmui 1 wish to "I"1"' ay to tho Lndici that science. This Is now the moat THESE LENSES FLATTER. JiiHt received a large stock of tho very PUBLIC SALE OF Land And Personalty On Tuesday, Sept. 19th, latest Designs "Kleur-De-Lls- r) Jtfouldiipgs. le reouo William Shclton, President. uud kitchen furniture, poultry Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Oolleslute Department, Music, Art, Klocu given any hay terms on laud. l'i I me. Ion and andJI'liystcal Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 4th, Send lor catalogue to 1. Q. McOLAKY.iExr. MI(S. NANNIK 8. 8AUFLEY, Lady Principal. KUuford. Ky At Samu tluiu uud lilucu 1 will suit thu stock consUtlug of some extru good two steers, cows, culves. horses und tear-ol- d hoes, also furuilnir limilsinunts. household raiieruH never boiu hi wis iwuuiiiy.uuiore navu to oo seen 111 W) appreciated 8uit-abfor framing from the Hliuplest photograph to the mott eluhoruto paintlnui " Auionjj the lot U tho Now French muulditiKs apecially for mliabio delicate plcturen, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ru HcKlniiing ut 10 A. u.. un tho premises, I will a dainty frame. When In Danville, call and aeo us aud (jet our prices Wo sell to the highest bidder lho farm of the quire nave you money. ' lute J. It. McClury . Haiti farm contains 13U will VI Third Street Opposite 1'ost Olllcu, Danville ueres, situated four miles from Stanford, Ky, Ky near the Hlunfurd X Lancaster turnpike and Is In good statu of cultivation. Hull wittered und laud luts splendidly. There uru two good frame dwelling hou-.eund other out Imlliiliigk, jrood orchard &.c. Wilt ell as a whole or can iw divided. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KY. oelon &c, C Wr.Aith.v Is nulto sick. TlllH Issue would hordly hold tho SiXourftc ribbon counter. John P. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C01. Jack Ciiinn wus hero yestor-dn- Jones. compliments paid our trado edition by whooping up iho bojii. our 'mtron yesterday. It showed that I Go to Caldwell 1,'r.ni Mil. ami .Vits. HoitACi: IlllOWN Danville, effort L .omotlmc. appreciated. for shoes nnd gents' furnishing goods , SrANFORI). KV., -- Sl'IT. 12, 1899 will return to Cincinnati today. At Inilnljlnlor with the will nnMnfVal.Uf..n,.lr'wii. wn will.rllto Iho hUhrtl sn.t n MlHS IllA Pl'.NNINdTO.V, of Howling cheap. WaI.tkk. tho voting sun of P. II. Cor- M ler, tl Iho L01111 hums ilw,r In HtrrcxMinm, Mcrrrr iwnnty, Kjr , on . tnlnnv. nf ih. !'.., Green, In tho gtlr-s- o( tho Misses Kills. PmVATK .. 0'Irciw ; at Llnnlott 1 , Jamks II. Gkntiiy Is not Improving K. C. Wai.tom, IIuminixh Manaiikk. j as rapidly n his friends would havo Spring, this month at ,;,0 per week L,rM,i M ,halclreu. ha. rccenlly hnd 13, 12 8ecro wreck and tho father having k Till! iNTilitioiiJOLMl-- , Soda Watkii, Ico cold, pure 11ml him. Miss MmtsuoN, of Klchmdnd, NAI. Is only $1 a yenr cash. Itcmcmher hcnnl notfilng from the son since, ho Is most refreshing nt Penny's Drug Sutra very uneasy about him. spent several days with hur parent1 that. best inutorlals comlilneil with Tin: care, skill mul accuracy, Iniuru good hero. HON. M: F. Noutii, democratic canYou'll account is drawn oil and ready Mil. Max Samnohii was hero yester SituatMonsinllarrnni llarrrUhur, Ky , on ths turni Us msl.ltwrrn IheHtlmol results. No other method uro over in I Ilintltls In the lr fain! used In our prescription work. Penny day helping to w nit on tho court day for jou and jou mutt settle nt opco didate for representative, and others, toiiiriirtaMeiMu.lfnifraiiiehoiiw, with onr Minn iraa' nitlonol Kfntnrkr. Onllilt farm Ihr re H n slorjr rll mntaltilnn ten iwhiii, with hall, an imrctiM. anil will address tho people of Lincoln allnrtar)riiulhiillillntt HenIcy Hro-t- . Druir bton urh ai arna rrll. (ranarf mathln hoiw, anlary. acrTtnfa crowd. Aft, . f county, s follows: Klngsvllle, Sep II, Ar. rhrrearslhrw nrrrr railing wcll, 11 le rln. ami lVn.l. lor aiMk mrwa,Ar.houx. Is There almiit rournr nFiiiUncir line rue ft nee ami hel;e, iliket and W. C Mfl.t.lNs. one of Rockcastle's Hoi'fli: for rent on Main Street. For nt night; McKlnnoy, railing fem-- In uliJ orler 10th; Way ncsburg, In ra GOSSIP, Mutnrthlaililrallefariii It la rrnanlnl hjr all whnlnow anything al.,ut inch matterat PERSONAL AND SOCIETY best democrat, was hero yesterday terms apply to Mr. W H. Hlgglns. lUth; Highland pmlin prllletM will (o pi, en at once an I full lot- Central Kenliieky P. O , l!0th; Oitunhelm, oneiiflhelttok farmt Innne neairinn in wan i.i una Taiuiwe tirtn irre ilar oraale, nnj fron Mrs. L. A. Holmes. W.UIItr.N Is with her sis with Dr. i: J. Drown. Mus. II. C. Uianwlll l.nrnlhelinTeyanrr,in api.llealhin toT M Canlwell llarmd.liihr. trroiitlnf! SOth, at night: Oaks' School-housKr. TrR)i- - One rourth tah, hilam In one, two. three ami four yenra, purrhawr to pirrute negotlahte Mil. J C. Pl.Oltr.NCi: hns gone to tors In Lancaster. , imtrinxn ier rem iniereai. iiaraiiie vnu annuaur a lien to Hist: Hound Knob Schnol-hnus- c, NKW Hue of falllmts In nil tho 21st, i :" ..J '.""" rlri""i iyiiipiu-it , urc'i pay ri.n iiarj iiiuiiry, Mil. C. V.. Tati: returned this .morn-In- g Oncnshoro, and A. H. Florence Is shapes and for choo purpTcs nt night; Heo Lick, 2Jd; Crnb Orchard, 'Ij'""!! 'I";Inlerwl ormi" rlne Ipal firi it) ilna alter ilue pi, maturein "roTi'in iiiaii.iiiiruiii hoi ler acy ln to entire ilebt at ptlon ol agisting In tho oeloco. I lock, Ark. la an ahwihue ule an I the larm will ! hlil In thr This .m.i ,ii.. .. to Little uimriin J Ird; Itlchards' School-hous- e, whole an.t 2fllh, at the hi ringing moit money will l aceptel I or J. P. IlAHPKU, of tho Went Knd, at Mrs. Kato Duddcrar's. lunher partkulara eall on nr n.hlrr-- .. MISS DOI.I.Y II Wll.t.lAMH, of Lexnight; South Fork School-hous- e, 27th; T M CAItliWhl.U llarm.ltl.nrg, Ky. leaves tomorrow for Salisbury, N. C, (oliiral la I Intnee Trmt Co , Kr . Ailmtnl'trator with will annexed, Ai Finkst lino of shoes, huts, gents' Neal's School-hous- e, ington, I visiting Mm. Mary Craig. 2Sth, at night; Niiik. Sum ilnl I hi lert may have the option nfpa)lngoiie.lhlrl cah an ilelerrlnu maturity ol furnishings, trunks, vallcs, etc., nt Whltt's Well. 2!Uh;Turnersvlllc halanre purchase money for Mo yean, on term., otherwiw, tamo ai alwrj Mils Asnii: liAM.r.v will com South to sell a load of horses and mules. r M. Car.Uill, Auc r..a Mlts. J. It. Huffman, of Lexington, Caldwell tc Lanier's, Danville. Park today to visit Miss Susie Lasley. :!0th; Frcuchersvllle, Hutchlns' who Is visiting friends at Danville, Mm. Grown: I). Por-K-, of Living-toStore, Oct. 4th, at night: Goshen, spent a day with Mrs. Martha Paxton. Caithihi. Will Kennedy, who Hubble, Hammonds' store, uth, Sth; whi a guest at the Veranda Hotel. at Mil J. GlNSliflto, tho new mer- shot Will White several years ugo.wus Mil. (JKOItfil. W. l'H K, of the Wcit night; McCormack's School-hous- e, Oth train hero Sunday for chant, hut rented tho cottago of A. captured Sum relay night by Deputy ut night; Mllledgovlllc, 7th: Stanford, llnil, took tho II. Florence, and will movo his family W. L. Wood and Mnrshul J. A. Shan Pajloii. '.ith; Mavwood, 12th; Halls Gap, Cnrter's non, nenr Crab Orchard. UN ball had It. Mil. Hoi.tiAM StCaiit, of Corhln, lit to Di(. been fixed at -- ,000, which he hasn't store, lllth: Jumbo, 14ib. Speaking at J. K. VanAiisuai.k nccomp with her parents, Mr. and Mr. Ctorgo 1:30 r. M. und at night. nled his daughter to Loxlug.on yes- given. DoHord. Theo appointments were made 10 sho will attend HamilMis-- , IlATTii: OitNiwiirr, of Liv- terday, where Foil IIousi: SrEM.t.Vd. Deputy W. dajo before tho republicans mado a ingston, ha inatrleiiluted at Stanford ton College, Logan Wood and John G. Lynn, Jr.. nomination, but Mr. North Invites Mp-- s I.i:na GinrriN, who graduated Poinalo College. g and expects josterdny's nominee to College In June, Is arrested Frank Mnrtln nenr Wajnes-burMiss l'LOUKNcr. Mvr.itflnecomiMinlcd at Stanford Fciualo last night nnd turned him over mcLl him ut every point. course at Mlllersburg Mrs W. J. Yuger to Loul.vlllu and taking a spiclnl to Jall-j- r Dellord. Ho Is charged with Female College, PFTKIt ML'III McllOHLItTS will ipend some tlmo with her stealing 11 borso from Ilurvo Watte Hli.iilNS, Klndrlck Alcorn, Al.riiKii Mlts. M. O. WlNHtf.Y han joined her NOMINATKU fOIl TIIK LKOISLATLMIi: IIY hen Augiiit court day. . husband, and they huvugono to house Steele llalley and George Sautley have T1IK Iir.l'L'llI.ICANS YKSTKIHIAY. College. matriculated nt Centre kieplng in A. J. Kurp' proorly .!!. A gentleman who win nt Hue-- t MA J. (U:o. MATT ADAMS MAKKS A UltKA-Hgonu to Central iiiv Hie. tho other Uav tells us that :U1 HIS many friends weru glad to sen Truelicnrt Ilourne bin Al'I'KAL roil Till: IIOLTKRS. wagons loaded with lumber for More-lanChurchill Ycngor heru jesterday. He Fnlverslty at Richmond. (iKOIK.i: II l't.l.iswlll leave on tho oll of tjphold fox or. tm had a long pusi-ethrough from Casey, tho IT TOOK A 11IIASS HAND TO IJItAW 'EM, 20lh to accept a good position with the IICTTIIhMAOi: COULDN'T IIOI.D'EM. J.M.Hiilir.itT.s.of Valley Oak. who largo dry goods house of II. C ShlppA. day previous. A largo number of tho W Jut placed on sale. teansters haul nt night during tho hot After the brass bind had been used wu hetu jcstcrdiiy, told ns that a new Co , at Georgetown Ho has made tho weather nnd We arc now offering the Xcw Fall Lengths and Styles in thoro is a continual string to draw them, when two rings recently arrived at his democrat had of the LoiiUilllu Store a line salesman and of wagons 'Jl hours n dnv. home court hou'0 bell failed to ilraw the reMunafor ltanoy hull's to glvo him up. j II SHANKS wont with his Mil T Jt;i)(ii:T. L SlIKLTON, of Rowland, publican- together, II. G. Alford, In , brother. John II Shank-- jostordiiy to LOCAL HAPPENINGS. t! behalf of the regular chairman, called j again owns bis hotel there. About L'xlngton to enter him in Kentucky meeting to order to nomlnnto a FaMII.Y board at Linnlelta Springs jeur ago he s tipped It for an opsra at I'nlvcrslly. Spalding, O.. and since thi-Acknowledged bj' corset wearers to be the leading corsets of America It hn,. candidate for the Legislature. Dr. It SO pur week. tig Ml.sslts. J S IIOCKl'.ll, W. W this month at .' i Come win e assortment is complete. v o novo tliem lor lung, short, k( changed hands three limes, tho judge L DavUon was mado permanent chairon J jKj stout and thin folks. No fancy prices but your money's worth. Withers and V. N Craig will U'" llOAItliKlts will be taken this month swapping for It again lust week aud man and II. It. Catnnltz secretary. tho splendid C. II. A. I) excursion to at I.innieltii Springs at io 50 per clearing ?1, 100 on the deal. He has Nominations being In order. Hon. B. Mackinac today. II. King named Peter M. Mcltoberts as week. never moved out of the building. j Mil. an'U Mlts Pavi. IHimir. and u man "without reproach and a chrisIOst, dutch collar, betweon T J. Mens Win. Davis and L. G diggers, TiiEiti: was a quorum but not a full tian gentleman of high order." The of Harrodsburg, were guests of Mlm IIIll'i and McCormack's church. T. J. board present at the called meeting of nomination was seconded by ull the Hlll.Jr Minnie Munilay Siinilaj tho city council to dispose of tho town precincts, one man being so full he NKAL, of the Moreland Mlts. J. C. DON T fall to attend the eala of It. II. boundary business again, nnd It was could hurdly make utterance, then on neighborhood, brought us !sterday lagan's good farm near Mllledgevllle decided to K)tono action till tho reg motion of Judge W. B. vnrnon, made djrer. heads of the finest millet raised Thursday next. A. ) ular meeting In October. In the mean- unanimous. A committee consisting LmZiJ&M. o her husband's farm over oon of A. C. Carman B. B. Ktng and J. C. time the "come outers" will be assessed TllKsaloof trip largo und splendid like tho Mlts. J. Cak i.lt JoNl and children balance of u common neonle. King was appointed to wait on Mr. rjturned to Kansas City Saturday. Lafon farm In Mercer county, will oc Mcltoberts and inform him of his nomi (.rimes left, for his cur tomorrow. See nd Jl'IKIi: IlAII.hY made some changes nation. Ho uppearcd nnd was Intro- Cambridge, Henley, New London and JudKo Sterling P. Princeton Stock. In road over-seeIn tho county court duced by the chairman "as home at Cuero, Texas, the mine day. the choice Is tho last day LAST Day Sept. jesterday and probated the will of T. of the jieople of Lincoln county, for Miss KLViitKt: Waixui:. of for tiling claims against Lincoln counJ.GIIliland, the widow, Mrs. Mnry representative." Mr. McRobens said daughter of O. T. Wallace, the ty. Ueoro 11. C(HiHjr, clerk. Annie Gllllland, qualify Ing us admin- that there wus a tlmo In everj1' man's prohibition candidate for governor, Is IthMN'VNT bargains In durk colors, istratrix. Mrs. V. Alice Newlund qualIlfo that ho was called upon to mako the lovely guest of Miss Mary K. Powblack dress goods, waist, skiit and ified as guardian for her children and sacrifices nnd it hud come in his. He ell W. S. Brown was granted license to accepted tho unsought nomination and Miss MaiiY HlMiiiAitn. art teacher dress lengths, at Severance A. Son's. sell liquor by the quart nt his distille- would conduct bis campaign on tho ",t the college, arrived from Binning Gov McCltKMtV and other dishouse tops and not In the mud puddles ham. Ala , Sunday Ui tako ebiirgu of tinguished democratic sicakcrs will ry on Pilot Creek. many friends uru her work and her "ANY bolters In jour section.'" was Ho would advocate tho principles of address tho people hero October court ! L'lad to sco her back. the party on every stump and would do asked Squire K. B. Culdwcll. day. of . Mtss MAWIAHKTllLVIIANAN.of Crab Wajncsburg, jesterday. "Not one so heartily, as they tiro right and Flvo bushels of CllK'UKN FEED in tho interest of the people. Thero Orchard, who has been spending a lew The Flordicim Patent Leather Is Lighthat I know of. Kvervbody for dajs In tho city, returned home, accom- chicken feed screenings for only Si at ticket, but one man, und ho will the was u short jell und the convention ter. Xeater and Moro Durable than any not stood adjourned niece, Miss Jean Bruce J II. Hatighmau & Co's. mill, Stan panied b) her nfter tho chair had other made. Gentlemen wishing vote. You should sec how my section ford. Iluchanan Courier Journal. is Hooded with thu Louisville Weeklj made two uppeals and Judge Varnon m ii "CAP" AllCrN has succeeded Will TUB Mt. Vernon Signal says thnt J. nispaicii. tour copies come to my one for the crowd to remain and hear Sloncjus "day runner" at thu water T. Jones, of tills place, did an excellent house, one a good scecb by Muj Adams. to mo and tho otheis to my As thu bolters' meeting was but a Will do well to examine my stock. Call v.ork. Mr. Stone, who has charge of job of putting a new roof on the court-hoii- sons, nine of whom aro uot voters. The in. continuation of the republican pow tleclrlc plant tit Corbln, Is said to tho there. pullers cuwu in very nunuy ror wrapa wow, wo print both together. There bo well pleased with his Hsllion. Cai.dwkm. .V Lanikk carry In addi- ping und other purposes, but they are was moro band playing in order to swell HON. It. C. W.MtltrN went to James-law- n little used for rending mutter." tho crowd, but the rads and curiosity for tho demo-eroti- c tion to their high grade shoes, u low Sunday to speak price custom mide shoo. Solid and Waynesiiuku. Squire K .B. Cald- seekers held the sents and but few more ticket. As tho trip Involves a wear. Tr them. well, Jr., of Wajnesburg. came In yes- could get In. Muj. Geo. M. Adams, drive of 112 miles over not very good 11 zealous roads, It will bo seen what "FltOd FVK," tho noted cake walker, terday u bring us tho mlnutts of tho leaning on tho urm of Mr. Vun Jovecr. Cumberland Itlver Association to print then appeared und wus introduced by Is In tho workhousu at Dunville for disdemocrat ho Is. sas that John orderly conduct, and will have to re- as he hus done every year for u decado thu cundlduto for commissioner of ag Tiir. Courler-Journor more and we got iho following from riculture in u brief speech. A. llaldeman, business manager of tho main therein for l.'ulajs. The major then launched into a long him: W. II. Morgun, nged 75, who wus Uiutsvlllo Times, who married Miss For nlco new DON'T forget the now llrm of Itobert parulj zed recently, Is ut tho point of and tiresome tirade of the Louisville Annie Iluchanan, Is very sick, having ou need death. I). J. Pudgett. u member of convention and Itedwine's rulings and Dry Goods and Notions, the Xcwcst Tliiii":& in In u IC. Leo Sims ,V Co, when returned from Hot Springs almost groceries of any kind. Prices right. tho Wajnesburg Masonic Lodge, .'IJ?, emphatically contradicted Hon. J. W. slate of collapse. NecKties, Collnrs,Cniii, Shirtsiuid Unilcrwas buried Sunday. Itovs. Partin and Mitchell, oue of Hardin's leaders' lato of At tho V. II. Hrudy stand. I). H. AI.HHKIIIT, P..-A. wqiw all Kinds, for Big, Litto, Old Stumper aro holding a good meeting ut statement that the majority report of Hrodhead, wrlto that they uro pleas Dht: Hai;i:ie, who was In jail here for tho Baptist church, with tlvo and Young. Latest Stylo Shoes uddltlons the committee on credentials wus located at 10 Bast Court Street, unlly a your awaiting trial for tho mur- to Sunduy. udopted by u unanimous vote, but deClnclnnutl, and ask that thulr friends over For I.udlirf, Men, Ulrls and Ilojs. Tlie very latest tiling In Clothing. IS der of Shcrllf While In Clay, was held disclared adopted by a vote more tbau 100 consign any produce they wish la j)uni't!xpi8lencu In tuklng uuasuresnnd I can III uny old sliupe. 1 will at Mt. Vernon In J00 bond for selling An Kntkiiphisinu Papeh. Tho less than u majority. The audience, of to them and they will bo treated bo glad to furnlsli you any day In the jear suitable goods ut bottom prlcei use Stunford Inteiuok Joukxal issued a which wus composed principally of re liquor unlawfully. right spcclnl trude edition this week und It Is publicuns, u third of whom wcro No Dlt. W. H. PENNY will movo his famTill: Stanford band, assisted by sev- one of tho very best papers of the kind ily to Hiistonvlllo this week and open a eral musicians Irom u dlstauce, that wus ever published In Kentucky. groes, soon got tired of the recital and dental olllce, whero ho has good pros- - will mako music for thu big G. A. It. It consists of 12 pages, with 72 columns begun to drop out one by one und then In droves till but a scattering crowd Tho doctor Is a llnu meeting near Klngsvllle which begins of ......a ,,f business illustrated articles. It Is well print- was left. The major was bent on car dentist, a genial gentleman and his tomorrow and lasts three days. ed and about the best advertisement his pa, however, and kopton, read . frlcuds hero dlsllko to glvo him and his Loitl) how the Brownies are given to Stanford over had. Mr. Walton has Ing now from one alleged democratic family up. Owen-tol)!ng! They say John Young spoke ovor reason to feel proud of the edition. paper and another to substantiate his Mil. IlAUNKY AI.KXANUKK, of Lexington Leader. Thunks very argument and again from Bryan us to wife, to an audience of 800 in tho was hero yesUirday with his Opera House Saturday, when much Indeed. With tho oxccptlon of bolting and said ho didn't mind being was Miss Beauregard Stuart, of who you couldn't pack f00 In It one on top the lack of our usual quota of homo and called a bolter, that St. Paul was a Crab Orchard. Ho says that "Sweet general news, which was forced out by bolter, and that there were others. It 2,000 matother. Owen" will glvo Goebel fully Special Fdltor Howell continuing to had been said that Brjun Is coming to moro if tho bolters send any jority and LioiiTNl.su struck thu electric head- send In copy of wrlto ups ufter ho had Kentucky, but be didn't believe uword more speakers thoro. light of a passenger locomotive on tho announced "through," wo aro some of It. If he does bo cun't convince us Mil. AND MllS. AUIKUT SKVKUANCK Q. & C. Friday night, smashing It to what proud of tho edition. Considering that black Is white, us eloquent as he N. C, are horo ftom Hondorsonvlllo, Buy Dneeda Biscuits, Unceda Ginger Wafers, Driimmei Lunch IlUcuils, pieces and the train bad to run from thut wo had only three dujs to get It Is. During his speech he was frequentwho was very w soo their boo. Heath, Wlluioro to Junction City with an ordi- out, thut the sue wus three times the ly Interrupted by yells for Goebel, but found tho HI. Wo aro glad to say thoy nary hand lantern for a light. ordluary, ttiat it required 21,000 Impres- hti points, If he made any, fell Hat, tho Maltha a little fellow Improving. Mrs. camoup and that the work wus done bv crowd listening simply in silence and tlmo you can buy sions Look. For a short Severance and Sam Sovoranco the usuul ollicu force, ii wus a feut In In sadness. So fur as helping tho boltnight to moot the two songs, "Just Sixteen" und "In from Loulsvlllo Saturday journalism nover before accomplished ing cause uny hero, the speech was a finely In hU tho Sunny South, an L. & N. thtin. Albert Is doing by a country paper. It wus quite uo lallure. Tho major's record as a bolter 40 c ts,, tho price of the latfor no home. expensive undertaking too. The papor Is too well established und too well its paper changed from ter. Wrlto ut once to the publisher, ordorln IS was made to order, Is known as "book" curned to give his words much weight Harnwoll, S. C, Mr. Mrs. ltosallnd Nesbltt, Mt. Vernon." Hu.tonvlllu und cost (il, the Illustrations cost $70 with Intelligent eople. The only olni two Uriah Dun write that tho past dry-eCheese, Ac, From Hiked Ham, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, Homo-Mad- e Tin: Veranda Hotel bus converted und there were many other expenses, that bis etlorl settled beyond u doubt, st und weeks hav oeon tho hottest store tn tho Fast of It Into an not Incurred In an ordinary Usuo. We even to tbe unltluted, was thut tho In years. Tho crops tho little the republiIn that section r, do not bellevo that another rural papor bolters are in league with Goebel buslnes Is olllce. Fred Klchenberger, the with cans and bent on beating are greatly damaged and moved from It to a corner In W. can show up so much type as the issue Taylor. crippled, except In the sale of cotton, This hotel has also displays or print so many half tones so Bill Sweeney didn't show up, aldttV 8,,,ce ttt A. Carbon's store. which ho say oU d of put In a bath room for tho free use of well as we did. Everybody compliments though advertised to speak, for which Dunn took down a 61c. Mr. arTry Gripe Nuts. Youwlll I ike It. lit. relief much thanks. Its guests. horse to sell. Hk-itiy, Miss 3 1 fl Fine 1 stocKFarmflt Auction I t I,i .i.. i."J Twlcc-a-Wee- !. e, Niu , Wednesday, Sept. '99, at O'clock Sharp, The farm of the late Nat. Lafon, Con taining 440 Acres. Innm-llatf- lf I m m ii-la- mft "i- -c 11 ,r,. V 1 Post-olllc- e. n, -- mtitttiMp Y d, A Big Corset Stock Sj Glove Fitting and American ' Lady Corsets, & SEVERANCE SOVS. 11 Made on Lasts From to E. Toes. IUlUaUaall mm Lan-cvt- it rs Patent Calf, Enamel Calf, Vici Kid, Jr, Russia Calf, Plain Calf. lriAN-ffij- 1 ijiiiitM LJMEN Correctly Built Shoes eu m JOHN F. JONBS. GO TO JAMBS FRYE of J m ul mm - c.ort JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. n, Har-rodsb- ,llii Too Hot To Gook. Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, m .! I,, shoe-make- 'w HIGGINS & McKINNEY. car-loa- THEIKTErtlO RJOURNAL JL No.JI Arrlre. No. 5 No. 4 li-a- LIUKKTY. Suslo Mr. Thoma Vlckery and MI Thomn,of this place, were married Mr. Q. T. Bomnr, tho 10 for a quarter photograph man, U dolnu n rushing buMness In his car on the public square. Prof. Knoch Wesley has organized a literary society In his school and amonir tho young people of the town. Mr. Carl Mundt, the mercnaniinuor, has decided to leave Mberty. He will go to Cincinnati and enter the restuu Tuesdny. $1 PER YEAR CASH will ti.ch.rged. W Wnen not Mpm.iai2.03 lo .retlBBM tggwsf tnf..rd it Til r. GIN 1. M. A, M. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ArrrlfetStnlor.lt ' t IU;wln.J at U DAT. M KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ho.lt Twin going North " " flu 26 ' " South o. M " ' a 33 " BOTOH . ,.ll M ..... 2 12 11 .11 ..... WMpiu m in k in For.llll'ulnu. U. TICKETS 1UH0A0K CIIKCKi:i TllKOUOH. Fat aur lnfuruulton enquire ol JOE S. HICK, Agent, SunlorJ, Ky, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. onnectlnK .t jntfon .lib it. Swiiihll " C .nre.chln ""a: VlKrl. I'rM.brt .t J 15 A. A 'jiVkYh nkwton. o. r. A. queen"! Crescent. Jctlon cny m iohuw.. No, 2 North......4 11pm 12 ttp Ho. 1 South 11 4 ..h..o lin Mm " ......11 No. "P 6 " wis ' ......6 00. m 10 p 8 . Ka. 10 run do fur- No.. 1 n.l 2 'l1 "'" ."'"P' 9 .ml ttaer tta.n Junction my Tr.ln. pw ixm A. S. PR1CE Surgeon Dentist, t Wv Stanford, Ky. Owiler Offiw.T" McKolru' Drug Store In the IluUding. scare has about "led Tho smali-poout In Liberty. No now cases inivc been rcKirtcd for two weeks on Casey Creek Tbo eases which broke out first aro now about recovered. A man by tho name of Carter from Junction City, who was cmploycu ni Karlc's mill, had one of his hands unil-l- y mangled by tho edgcr. Drs. Wesley and Ilerrln took olT a thumb anil dressed his hand. Tho Hon. II. S. Irwin, of Louisville, republican nominee for railroad commissioner In the second district, spoke hero Tuesday afternoon. Chairman Owens hired a brass band for the oecaIn mustering out a jnn nml crowd of about 00 for tho speaker. Of this crowd, which consisted of men, wo men and children, about 2." were demo crats. Mr. Irwtn availed the Goebel election law, the Lonlsvllle convention and cast a tew bouquets at tho Ilrown ticket At the examining trial of Den Prank Tntnr nml MoClelland WooJrum for the murder of Hush Marbles, on the nlphtof the 18th of August, Denton A. Cochran. M. L Tarter and County At torney Godbey conducted the prosecuBetion and Stone & Stone defended. 10 iind.'iO witnesses wero examintween ed. The evidence showed tho killing deed. to have been a mo.--t cowardly brother-in-wan returning from his Marbles about eight Carnulieir, law, o'clock at night on horse back. As he x oiicrw-pilrpas-dn- rant bulness. DYING FKO.M PlAKItHOl'.A. Virginia lvdltor had A prominent nt New York for October Coffee sold Imck to lowest price on most givrii up, hut was brought delivery at 4 JO, the perfect health by Cliniiiburlnlii'11 Lollc, record. sml Diarrhoea Itemed'. In Clinton county Hob King murder- Cholera by cutting his h.U i!lKl)irolilAl. ed Georgo Williams (From llieTimcK. Hillsillle, V. throat. I .utlrrvil with illarrliiN-forn long t me M. It. Hobcrts killed his son at Hanciirctl nibal, Mo , and then attempted to com- and thought I wru pat had fpviil miiih linii- - and muiicy ami suf. mit suicide. He Is crazy. K'ld MeCov knocked out Geoffrey fercd m much inlery ihnt I hnd iilmott Thorne, the KnglUh chumpton lniddle decided logne up nil hopes of lecovciy and await the result, but noticing the weight, In short order in .ew i of Chninberlnin'. Colic, Choi The August tire loss Is heavier than years. It wa-- . about ilO.O0O.000 and erimnd Diarrlioen Itemcdy and aloiiuio for tho loss so far by lire in the l iS. this ttMlliinnlnU Haling h" some wonderful cure had been wrought hy Ihin reuudy, year is JS7.000.000. Journal special fays it decided to try II Aflor t.iUing a few A Now York well o( that trouble has been dcllnltcly settled that Mnj ilic I I further to 1117 reaiUrs Gen. Merrltt Is to assume command of mid wWi to iniy nnd fellow aullervrs that 1 am hale nml troops In the Philippines. I Hrldgeford A. Co , hearty ninn loilny and liel as well in Tho foundry of O. It. Moore. Ndd in my life Louisville, was damaged by lire lo tho eer liid Druggist.. extent of $7.",000 or $100,000 and the by Craig A llocker. Phu-nltannery to the extent of J7.V BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. 1 Stanford Fair Coowf .IwoClllllllN. ! J. MULGHHY, rHVlnl repn-eiilath- eof Thursday, Sept. Ilitj 21--- 3 Days. dolne .MerehHiit Tnllor.. 1IT 'r.l Til. r"lr.nl (Miii'lniiiitl, O. )'"" ' Will l.pt.i Cl.ipl- .- l Hi" J liiM.iiifo'rdon theS.MIiof l.n'i M.mlli work A Allgiirinenl.ntleilon. with lllI'mHh.Hllif ultlll I. Ill) lllle-ll,l- llt CfiUDEfl, HUOOELL & CO,' lui'liif.. mol lull Winter. 'll "d ""ml'" I'l" Inte't M lM ur. 1'miiiinntfor Uixul'lif .'in.?. Siildlt lltuftt, llnj I'rfmiiiiiin iiiH. Hiil I'rtmmmf 111 .1 .1 (iretit Tint ti A'j xrfrii. ff A. CA .'.', I'm ; V S. HA YXKS, &cg. J. X. SUTTON, UiiclortnUor, tluatonvillo, Oderahl.M-nlrHilii - Kentucky 1. 1 1 l.lnrnlii Nai'iinillilnti' for Jiilltrof ilrinix-riitl- toiinll ir iilijet to the ni'tlon of I In N villi'lted ty Voiir iiiiirt JOHN C. PKPPI.KH flwjinn lnl It, rt. C.rtiiier.Mnr. nJl'Merniunlli. full.lmk iitlNel lhe".le lulBii..nl I rul a . uf 11 (iiilillimllinrM-xiililMne.- Itr ilr.lm of h.rnew ......I.I....I .....l.irr 1. Dr. J. W. Frith, who killed Henry in ll.ith county, tins aiute, vi.nrri iiL'it an ,1 escaped, was arrested., for rf .. L. the crime ul Marshall, m-- . auiuruuj, for trial. und will be brought back W. A. Delaplalne has sued his wife at Woodslield, O., for divorce, naming Gov. McCorkle, ol West Virginia, as She Is a very handsome woman and a society leader ami tho fcult caused a great sensation. The Oceanic, the largest ship for commerce ever built, started on her l. first trip across the Atlantic from She co-- t Jo.OOO.OOO, has a crew of r,00 and will carry 1.500 passengers. Sho Is 701 feet long, i feet longer than tho Great Kuslern. trestle over Broad river, A Columblu. S C, gave way under near a traiu load of granite Saturday night, u and the train fell o0 feet into the engineer, the fireman, and tor. The other men lost their lives in the 000. fwlit ., Low It.vTKS TO DCTUOIT SoverIir I'"" IUrit.li Ky. Mr' l..i.i.l 111, W o. lv.Hn.i;Mni"l"'kil eign Giand Ixnlgc I. O. O I'., Septum nf.,nl Niulh.l..wiiiliep ! li Kith "' "r.1 .c ' lilrr b.i lnlll.liullr Tickets at low rates ber V2 to l' 1.1 hrr.l.cf Krnlu, kt l'il.i lr.ni and 17th via the Oueen tt Cresceiit to .ml , ur rile (.r hl "iint IL. Sonlh.ru Mnlwl Inwsla.nl C:npwy, III. in M.nf.Tl Ky agents for full partic Cincinnati. Ask We Su.r,ur ettr, "'t.tt';'i"l,J,,:' u ulars. Of Lexington, Ky. Two Negro regiments are to be rePlan: INSURANCE REVER3ED. cruited, ono at Fort Thomas, Ky , nnd Mo. the other nl Jefferson Barracks. W. A. DEA2LEY, Pror., Lire. Wo Tay Whilo Y CRAB OR0HARD, KENTUCKY. Old Line ::apas!cs Tay When Yes V.t. .ixl .Liu InfoiK Coin. M.Ji'i rr Iw.n.fMr .hiiw..iniiii rr jo-i- i sh.llmrn InnUltlioWiiiM. lre x ii 1.. FOR SALE. l"l" R. A. JONES, ii:ntist, J.twt cllleUrinilfl.'liM ,,.. I'"l. '' llhlhe in ul n.l m.I lie Imrw. iii.Hnf tlie Hull. N. Wfl r.,1 f.,lm '". ifi.e Stuiiford, 1 1 BEHZLEYf HOTEL, I'Ui'f t.. lew.l 42 FARM FOR SALE. - In ()iit:iln tfner". nml l 111'n-- n ,talr of eiiltltnlloii On tin)1", frompH--r - .il mill from llu.lonMlIe and llu.onlt u ilfillne 'f lite n""i umlcix"! teiiiint Imiii-- i- ll'le- iio''M", -plrmliit onlinnl. PhI well ,iuliullilliig .pli-mllMor.-Ut- AdinniiiiMl.il loii' niiiI Kill' I:uiiiiii " 'pl.ur W II. line Wler 1 o,r Jivi.i TO STOCK MEW ''. 'le, J" ' " ' Ul. Mil N Ijk' II IIM ' '".1 SMITH IhiMN. lioitfi'i.t kr t Um niM iirfn ' .' ,two.prt..K Trr..e?Mii i' Kv L'00-fo- .l.le ror sale. you need any of the above. On Thursday, Sep. 14, '99. w ie J. H. CREen, Stanford. will filer for Mle tl.e farm un lileii ai,.,M'k,('n.Ai 'al.lf.nu nmuiri. Ul Lincoln County Farm I I Z TT I have on h.uid Stock Uo Cows, Calves ami otlicr stock for saic. caiion or write to me u Lincoln County National Bank. ,t.r C.ul uu.l, li"k. J l . . r Ky. lo Tlie I .rmer. Ilink .t In! lm.1 i r jc.jvjccuAy UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in a very secluded place In was the road, lie was fired upon with n shot gun loaded with buckshot, by persons from behind a eturap. The shot took ellecl In the breast of Marbles. He fell from his horse and his murderer came up and placed the gun at his Head and tired ugaln. blowing his brains out on the ground. Tho scene ot tlic Killing was near the top ot Dug Hlil, on the ridge between the two prongs of Ca- Creek, about 10 miles wct ol t,cv-Liberty. Tucker was released and Woodrum held over until circuit court under a ?700 bond Woodrum's friends furnished bond and he was released. s to wreck. Yellow fever is spreading In South. Four s have developed in Port Tampa, FK , and one In Jackson, at Port Miss. One death Tho stricken at Port Tampa, Tampa. are said to be Key West refugees. Ke s and two West reports 22 new deaths This makes it totul of 177 casca-eca-e- 1', .ellel..e.ll..l.le.luM ...l.'lr.llrM.I. s .M..reUii.l..iU'i""ll"1 Mii.fcr.1 MlUcUetllle . .lain the ,.ukll.riu 1. lre f.a.e. IKl'n flrtt-cU- "J "'''ekM ..n Hk '' Hotel Mason lON, Mils U. D SIM t ' le.ll t til Trot.. Solicits Your Bank S.le wlllnttiiroi. the jiremi". In one ih1 iw Newly fiirnlslied. clean beds, nplcndMl r,M.-lii- ie llur.lu.l. u.lh. Mle l'orteit Kverything e.r.wltlllnler.'l trvm .Ule ..I1...-- to Ilveeun isblo. ""l- -l W ilVen 1M I . I' " ..H.n f oicet all tmins. M.litii2 tu Iwvin it uu.l tit lie l"r II liiM.A.N MUIr.lrle Kr tirt-cIKI Sale enlhinriill ill lieillB l 1 " l. ' with M Ijincastcr, Kcntuclcy. Account. IUHMfllhS M U Fiic1.? L::a.sd 2r'.: Ecitu-.iy, Set'.d:::e es there. cells, Lasdwelltajrcvcd Us: ..1. S. acres cf fcr Sale. 1 Just Likea u Mill. .I...r l.lp- J WlllkHM, J.w Wl.lUa A ttef. !. -l W Till: CHINN HILL. in tne nrst place the Cfiinn bill provides that, within ten days after th bill becomes n law. the governor shall n nppolnt a commission of seven of Kentucky who shall bo chosen with special reference to their scholarly nnd business qualifications, onemember to lw chosen noin cacu appeiInto district and not more than thrc of them belonging to the same polltleal party. This commission shall be known ns the "Kentucky Sihool Commission." 'I heir term of olllce shall ha for four vears. and their compensation per day and traelttiK exshall h penses while In the actual discharge of their duties. No session of the commission shall tAcetd 20 days nt one time As soon as the commission shall have been selected the superintendent of public Instruitlon shallpubUse for bids from nil reliable lishing houses In the Vnltcd States for furnishing looks for the schools of the state for a term of live years, inch bid to he accompanied with a sample of th book or liooks proposed to Ik furnished and a deposit of $500 with the auditor for damages for fall-tir- e to enter Into a contract with the state of their bid is accepted. The bids shall state the kind and price of booKs to he furnished; the price nt which they are supplied to dealers nnd tho price nt which the dealer Is to bell them to the citizen; the price at which nil books now in use in the public of the utate nie to lo lakon in exchange for new books and the price at which booU will be mailed to purchasers. Defore this contract is en tered Into the piiDiisuitiR nouie biiuii file with tho secretary of stato a bond for 510,000 for the faithful iterform-ancof the contract. Th hill then fixe the highest price cltl-icn- Tl.mi..iel.r..il.knn..lfcr Jnii. .... ,.l..e 'V:u:r'U7, .. Wii ell lo Morrle You lnl.iMO.ir Ulient !n'p I'rwl I'li'liangi- - In Um Pnugliirti In M11nf.ini Hint it. I III ti'lmilKf I l""r -.u.,1 1'tim ' U II i uuiwii.. J I. I.,nn. s. II. Ul tr t.lr. I '...nl. elrt o.lll.U.lll.K Aelrn, fewlsll " i..Llhe l.n.ll.i. u.ll.ieur .ultiil rKiir I.j.. a! ... lull will. . Hte.1 ltei.l.jr ' e o.nl 0 Nil ilili 'il-"III ! t. ell lii I lie 10 wiiii it i. li BM 'lull. Ilr,.... .l.l.k..H IV...1 I liellelelil I. Klllll.k r,i i.l. I.u Hour. - M.-i,- l . t II I K." rnellllv i -ii. U " MIDDLEBURBi HARNESS, SADDLERY, Mrs. Sadie Allen, of Hllhu, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Coulter. Abo STANFORD. KY. Baker, of Jessumlne county, Is visiting relatives at this place. Tho railroad seems to be the topic of conversation now, the people having very wisely dropped politics long enough to discuss a subject thnt if maout of the terialized would lift Oi-e- y rut anu put her where she rightly belongs. Mr. Williams was in Mtddieburg Friday viewing the proposed route and getting the opinions of tho people on the ro'id. He also left several blanks for land holders to sign. It will nilllce to sv tint Casevltos are heartily for the road "Undo Hill" Fair, for ears keeper of tho tollgate near Llbarty on the his Liberty Compounding: ol sister-in-la- & Mlddleburg pike and have Miss Omy Whittle, Medicines. fallen hail to u fortune of something Is done wi'li absolute accuracy in our like 821)0,000 by the death of relatives In South Auburn, Neb. Lawyers from l'UKsoitiiTiox nr.i'Aitr.MhN r that Suite ciimo to see them with tho and the ipiulity of all drug, used is of a Idea of buying them out, hut they could not be duped, but Instead selected (ieo vury high grade. The physician's success In tho treat-mo- V.. Stone us thoir attorney, who left ul Nebraska which tho commission shall pay for of dillicult cae is dependent on the onco f.r Nubraska. The to l.o sold nt retail. These fwsiliiiewt "Olm drug.. Have lawyers orTured them il.VJ.DOO for thelr books as purity and comiwrod with the prices prices, will claims. These old people wore in very his order. Illled hero and the result niiw inline nahl for books of the same be highly satisfactory. pjor circuin?um'M, but tn a few dajs class, are as followss: l'riti l"rki Hml I they will be by far tho wealthiest per.Vim'. CtilliH lllll &C.C ..v; fi:0 x .lei n.l ,.relli M.ililliell.. Kt i.ui...iua k.ru.BK. .11 rnlittM. Inr n M.r IIII..1 K'MhI iin.r i. ... III IIUIII Jll.lf-.- l mew. I or ..rli u..r..li'l Unu. Mmillir.l I r ilJr.iilH' a' . u.e i u ...,,,., ..I imi. '. .'Vl...llgH .III U b. II Sh.'ik. J. U ll IIImt 1 1.1 a. t.r for,.,fiirmer' Mil I Ml K l. full ,.,,Ill,,...i.in. pit Itln Holler I'liimi from l.uil.lerur MoltUI' iiir.i. Mill' ami are tlr.l-eln- . Ti'lt'plii.ni' N " letll U t M. K,i Mlil'f ,rit Ilti.nl FIRST NATIONAL BANK 01 r Miinii. i: .' OPTIONS ON FARMS WASTUD. 1 1 . 4 r GOOD LAND FOR RENT. N . In in it. I..umlar. ' Linn ii'lt r a tnwt mi f .W'l acrt'i.. nil iMki-ll-- nil-v- The ea-tt r. lni.i-t'- s. und '"' r.l w .ep.ir.it.il In n "' tract I. ...ultluii I. Imli mile " MI1I .1 ut.i. l.in I'm.' io "' CjylulStcck SIM.OO:. Sarflai, 7 CZZ il TIl.l.lllullulioiUI4ll7 e.l.l.;i.ln.l u ., It. n re. , would like li Like . .i una i n gi.iil f.trnt. oall lu.k ul suBbnl la '" ' mii' iiid In I.liniilii ( umiM t siuM'l in - .1 ' tkeS.lioH.lll.uk UM l.ir'Hildrf. trig, r In 'J rtur.ulM.ilke MeM N.IIM..I ll.nk .1 ".i t. ili-luirticu-I.AMU.K- er. . of frii.li Imul I" K ' FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. turn Just ro-i ll.efmli OrclMr.1 plkf I. HU acr.- -. all tiito liiriiltliiiliim. f ..i,n,r..i K... in ., Al-- .i "" . .1,i,.Ill.i f.r,uHi. Uinum H.ie n,.--u.ii Ul.ie.i a rl u.re Ir.ici. p4" in iiiie. fr.,i.. .11 Ml l (tiiiiiiuioiiiiir in tlie rfiiHlii.li r to go In win ! pre- i 'i in Uoulil Ml il.u Imi.l I' well Wlltftl'll ile I ir l.n." Hi Inlrremt Kelt I I. flet ,,,. ky. I .njay si ' to one part )eur f.rti. lent S.tlili nl. K . AiMre Hi irle I .. n. .,,.. - .,., .! ,....,, .'itm iik. IUlMl.kMI.hlHKU.allr.nuu ulert...le-lr- l MKelkif II jert It U UHn iii.ll new teellllUlr tnMtUag WvMMMvrtHii.lU .l ri.... lit li .llylkHM ufcis wrtr .ImwH tl latMtUul., W. i.ne. i I i. I ' ,t i.n i ir..l in r' I'-al. lUl.liwI.ll4lt'i, Mfc.fTO.. loatwlM Co., A n in . Good Stock I'iirm Kent. i lor, K" 1 The rm ultlLitliiii -i liou- will w.ilerid. and ha. iinil barn. r.i ..f I'r.'Hi'lii r'tllle toII". . Hie reiiinlniler In .. gr..-. l,iI e InII, lug i'. ulr..li I.. mlviuitiigf ii . buiirilltig In..."iiin Aii um il.liln' Inf.Tii. i'Ii.ii a.ii-i- . .., J M OUAMI l.ai" - In HOUSE VOll KKNT. .r. il Ii..ti.i .f igl't r...iii l.ui.M.iir m. J can i... .1 LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, fur B. G. FOX, ' J. W. H.1. iMUrfh.llAI S'iii , tM llwrt., " I S. Ilixktr, ' W 1' W.IUib " 1 J II Collier ' M. & II T.I', lllll. U' A llil.l. t e M Il lliir.c nml Mult . .alt at all I line. II uiitl v ,ii liatol in.) r.bOfih J M Kluure, 'UUlit I urvn..ks JJ II J M. l.n ill J". lliMk.r, IT..I.I. e.t, M.I...-- npplv In- Jons r.Ti.r.Mi. llllt.tklSHllHil. Anrnrnil f.iM.uiv I.I I I II IN C Mi Kilmer A...Tnl I . nl ' Public Sale of Land ! On Suliir!a , Sept. i6, '99 I ROYAL Soutfiern Railway SOOTH'S tonne lo See 1. Penny's Drug Store. V7o sons in Iho county C. C. LHTTLU I'llOM IlltO. CJIHNSTKAD. Dr.AK IsTKiiUMt: -- Mcsi runcture: and Da All Hlnis cyc'.c Sep alrln3. i :f - I iiliMid my 4th lieHiler .. llvS'lcr Third HfJil.T I'liiirlli UeaiUr I'lr.t .IT .17 . H.Miiti.1 ihi: ijamu XiOUISVIIiIiS an.ljiltind inn In mv iImhInIoiih of the tralnlni; botiool iiMttor und hulped The Favorite Line mo to muUo a nuw board, eto. All thai ueA'.p.tptjr "bosh" you saw in tho Cjurier Journal and other dulllos about m b.'lni; on trial for any ollonso, and I'rol. Fisher bolna In dantror of vlo-- . luiieo. A:c , w.iti u . Well, tho suiiik. Traiiw Morning and r.voning from L'n that reported it U u wuiitliur prophut, ion Station, 10th and Ilroadway. &c Tha trulti is not found in turn 1'aM.uiigvn iloirlng iiiforiiialion and ttie lua.l und biiftost thlnj.'. 1 u.Ued Nebraska TUm to VicoiisIn. Miutieota. to Imj mmud because I wanted to leavo ud poiuU in tho far West, lutludiug Millersburt;, Is thu whole truth Send itddresH should my iwpur to Taylor.vllle, my now Hold. V S. (Jltl.NSTUAl). Frank J. Keed, den. 1'ass. Al , Hastily, Ac. K. II. liaoon, Din. 1'ats. Agl. ills 1.111. iv.it MVr.n. lien. Mgr W. U. McDoel, Vice "res Mr J r 1. iiv. a iruwiwniuitinuiiariiiiiMi,' Charlus 11. llockut-l- l Tratlic Mgr. Mu Ijiely bod a .uudetlul delltermuo rum a littflilful .l.jlli In lilllin i'l ll lie uii '1 wim Ulrii villi 'lypliutd I etrr lliut r.u lulu I'ueuwu-111- . M) lilli le.lne ll.rilened HlMkiweilkl u lillttf In ifd uie I ivuMu'l eieu .11 lliili l.d w In ji heard ekiwtie.1 Iiimmii ilivof C'oii.uuiplliiu ew lii.jiery line l.itlle 41. ofPr Kiui' And willing to piy lop price In cash fur ure.1 relief I eaiitliiu il lu umi li,ua. now .ui well' 4ilw Olilcketn.. JIgg'. Vu.,.l'inV. """I1"' T1'' Awi .Iroiirf 1. hiy tuu muili lu li. ijukkt l.tlie iii,-ia Turkuyi., HIiiM'lig. Vellow ltool, llttw uux. Til. in Iiwluu. mluliie lliru.it awl mij 'liouhU. lie uie ullUlii.U. cjopper, llrawi. Iron mid Ikvul.r J.. wurld tur .11 l Iliiliwot rial Uulw luv at Mi.nl. awl llouiw. AIo lll iw 1" Hie luurkut for wool. IVou1. I.i'uhlurv vt.ry Ivllle giuiunltd. K.w mo and get my prleu Uil.iro .oiling, und cut .pot dull. Cull at my liixidiUirtir.. Tha lurgosl Georgia watermelon lieiM.t Man Purrlii . I'encu's OIUi!o, ueur UOlllNSO.N producsJ this season weihud 11!) J lbs. II. onl, Ky fu.un.. Kn o. i O'li io., iisu.i.i:, l.iiri 't ijniirtur nlcoli at Mlllersburf, carried ky iip the bc.t report thai church has hud lor 10 years. Mv salary or $l,0t.0 wa, ' pud in full, I'. L. olulm !) full, ruled ovi'i yTou on old .'hurcli debts: und In for cre.i.od on all line.. ruisltiLr .', nil eliurob purposes and got 1.000huI. scrlbml on Uoth century fund. My uon rifiti M..11I.I i:iitr Arlibiuilk' .... il C .42 .50 . l'n.. il' Arltbuiftk' ... ouiplele V, .Ul . Kk.u..nt.ir(letinrapliy j;,,,,,,,,r.nglLli l (jramiuar . (iruiuumr lomp riiv.toM and H.rgi.-i.J'rlnutry lll.mry t. H. .. 1.3U . .OS 1.00 .KJ will ..II to tlie lilgluM MOdi r 011 the preln-.i.ll- i. of tin' lule A C. Nrwliiml. ulou on tlie I, (IN nl Ciilir c II It . mi I lie M iiiford t Cr.ili orchard pike, vim lul.t'. from .'ta.ifuril ami Hint- from Crali orchard 7hlc FaraC:ctiln: 1D3 Acre: cf Lasd, tll .llipi.ll- .Mill.-- , I tlillil- WltlllW'. lll.Wtl , til (Cllli new 11 hl. net f eight room-- two ami hall., j.iniif' iiiiili'i'llurx. two Iwrii. .iiiiikt-liiill- nil ucli a. iiuilMilld'ng. hugt.l la. iiw. t If Two never fallliig i. lo .eliiml lnui . eliun h-kiirlr.il". .iiii.-nlt'ii- t INSURANCE COMPANY O. l.lvcrpctcl. Lirgftl lire lu.urait. I UEITEST Ir.NBTUAIKs SISTfl STATES Li m ,r- EIGHT III GREAT Teimiown. Virgin ami iiulli 1 Wnrlil ull.p'Ull til. lftuituckv -a .Niir.li 11. Alnn.ii.u Ml"i.lpp) mceri anil Barbee & Castlenian', liepirliu. nt. Lo 1. Through Sleeping Cars Pet A. en TUJ-lhtt': ruiiwitto iMIigHaa ltallftUUlC ,Ulur, Hut. l.W J.e". LlHiMKW, I.... II... ,i .) .', .au 50. m Civil IJonrwutUt TotuW .... .... Manager. Al.iiilii'ii.'ri. Tim fin in iMlanit In lilim gia will la nffiriUIn two tnuU. I lie widow'. (ielierul IHIIcer. I'liluin'ilt llulhlln. lii. iluwMrotll acre, wllli tiiipiovi'iiiiiiiu. II" unimproved Tint Idd or hid. Mivcpie which liallw tin. r..itfi "iu 'I !' pur tliiWH-Itiu tti light of .MMllllglll Ihi" Mil .'n J1'" '. MISS ISYIS..YN Willi full lkM.IM.HIU Of Um II ptHi-olHi- Iiiuilil-iittlo- I mil.ville 111 1 tl. s iuli AIL,Y TfiCAINS In TAKIlir, iCurli wu twit n Irfiulnvllle O and A I., mu . i. W. A. TUIIK. .tO.Ti J and Ttiiius. IS Oiio-lhlr- d iii.mth' wllli ca.h. Iialancit In .l Willi r cent liiii-rtt Tho Soamstroas. Uiulilugiou. ll. W. II. II. I' A., CHICAGO, , . I 1 1 1 11 1 l I.11111C 1 '"Mi" '" ''Ant wiied moony This savlnu of 12.98 appllefc to overy ..urel.a.i'.nil ill wi mc II 1110 and place m.ii.c I will eon.Mliig of chi'd tn the state of Kentucky, anil Ihiumi amount to hu:.i' renin of thousand of "'" will la'Sl" ". W. S. BBAZIjKY, 1). D. S., !. couch. Mlilw. Mi' dollora. Tike larren county alone. M. 1'or further liifm mill Inn a.ldren ! min II. P. NI.UI.AM. i:or . There aro In tne public stnoois or chll-sa- y 8.000 I'roa li'T.vUlc.Hyt t,,unty, lu rouad niimlu-rs,iren, a aavlug cf U KJ or oath child Teeth Extracted Without Pain I awn 10 me menus a saving cr of liuiren THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL With Vltallud Air Hln.l.'lati In atleinl-uncof the common ubools couitty aloiiB. This ono plank In the Democratic Ol'l.'o In tho New Tlioii.p'iiii Itullillng (7s Ky. platform ought to Ik enouih to Insure ticket by an only the election of the state Tho ino't centrullj located and uvaeululinluif matcrllv and we be- v. hen the people nave mon niauu , ..Ith r ne nlleg T. FSANCISCO, rrcprietcr., inESST-OX-i-eS- S tlotia at Um between the parties they will give the ticket huaiiod by (iobl AT DEPOT. GRODHEAD, KY. Hotel lu Iho City muMiig a majority received by n tho Olasgow since the war. cart.iilMtt llet llolel III I lie lilullllUil... Ml., lou.llirtil, Nevs, Pollers meet all Iraliu H "Ul .lleullo.i lu liai cIIiik UK II Ono block from the principal bhoppmg Tho prosont vuluo of tho Kansas district und blocks fioin tlm Ihree corn croi Is estimated at u hundred principal theatre llrll.lil. iierMiuiuf alueiliuilialurpiicDIli .UituJ million of dollars, which Is mora than Kilt-ccais pa'.s the dour to alt pirta of dr.lriDK.trlpiiithe I'ltrl. i:i.u.llluulldi'oul aalryanileiiB.puli,Huil.lrlillaltluioii!, Md. tho valuo of all the old and fcilver tho City. KvcryHrng mat and c eau. lliu rAlUtl' iti.C'UUU, mined In the I'. S. this year. 'r I.U'ii letHlii.tl on l lie land for tin. 1'l.ilu and I'a.hlon.ililo bowing fulling and Wan r Work, si lull I'ltilng a I'AYtor. 11 I Lou iv A K H. C. RUPLEY. The Merchant Tailor, Staniokd, Kv., , Lancaster, Ky. w poi-ro- n. fi l.oulsvillc, ,,. FRITH HOTEL. Ih Uccclvhiu lilu Sprln; & Suttuticr CoutlH. Goods Wariantcd. Fit Guaranteed. Give Hiin a Call nuarwHUDiT l.it ' to llJffl'iffiTligHflB MMr.'tJlH . I Rleuw. .ml I'tuiiioU. HAIR PARKER'S l N.vcr F.II. tu Ue.lor CoTur7 Oru 11. Ir to H. Youiklul Curt, w.lp u w.mi a li.lr IbluiiL . luiutl.Ll U.1.I1IU4 UAL8AM 111. Kru.iti. h t lf..uj,lnu.l llniyla.