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Powell Is conducting re Y H.tlurtand Vo aro Proud of Stanford's display on ttnitiilnpCnlumliln vlvul services nt HraUfnrdsvlllc. Hon, John Poland Is billed to speak tho Jlh of July, proud of her mettopoU Wednesday. Tuney hero ncxtTuod.iy. ThcdomocratMnrol,tnn manners, especially proud of jour Juinci Stringer, 21, uuil Ml so wull In lino In this county that thoy enterprise and paper, Tho mammoth Hardy, tmnc age, were married nlJti. n 'ell no speakers, therefore none aro cuition ot sop. Stli l a "corker." The Mcrcc'i on llio Hili. casual remark of n prominent citizen iil'led to speak hero. William Wurncr, a wldowur of 72, Our graded ichool opened with 07 of Stanford thut her merchants do not 'was married at Hluflton, III., to .Vi moro pupils than It did Inst year, nnd command tho ptlronago id Lincoln's Julia Harris, tweet 10. will likely run to 323. Prof. Patterson farmer that should ha it matter of Samuol Wright, aged "3 Kars. '"l1 Is the right man and our people know It. course, coupled with the foreign adver AnnaOcit, nscd m, who were lotim JodgoT. L Sholton wa In our city tisements conspicuous In your regular over 10 years ago, wcro mnrrled it 4in Tticfcday. When aked how many Issues as well at the strictly husliu Itlchmund, Iiul , Int week. Is no Brown min were In Lincoln, he said: issue of 12 paife, suggest that t A wedding ceremony was the lat and advertisement " I wo. I). W. andeveer und Dr W. B. may not of M B. Conference witof tho Kentucky Penny; but m tho latter Is a Cuban bo Indicate to muoh Stanford's voiumu of nessed by tho Methodist at Ora i trade lis her rlfiiru to estubllsh It may not be permitted to vote." church, Newport. Tho contacting pir. Tim question I saw Mr. T. J. Hatchi-naturally arise, Are cutting up Lafayette Davis, o tlc wore tho Uor. and Lincoln's farmers tho only Brown button In this county. her Woodbine, Ky., and J Miss F.itHbcth Bo suld that ho had seen a statement In In rapport? Dj they appreciate mutual Hartley, of Uurryrlllc, O. I'rc.trtiig it.tf.u Mint m,.i;ohluts the Lvrniiioii JoUKNAl. that they had dependencies nnd which are vastly Mlddlo.boru die r.ldcrMltlor, of tho This Is the r inili ,. an nominee f r Taylor pictures under them, and he did greater? Whero Is a merchant without trlct, married them. After tho core tho soup," which Is couple loft for Ilarlun, whcie tho Ia!K luli of Lincoln voti'itv He not realize iho meaning of thu expres- customers? tnony tho greater necessity? Can a msrebant b wa Iwni und r ' I In Stanford, but sion until ho had destroyed his button. Mr Davis has just been aligned Dr I S Wesley has moved uu Lex prosper unless his customers prosper having silicic to bmlnuM and conference. High prices for all merchandise favor Hor friends will ho surprised m hear mixed but llitlo wlili tno p'Hiplti. h Is ington Avcntio near tho college. Bd P. S. Gaines has retired from tho firm of tho merchant so long as his customers was married not in anumir tho in.tou.iis that MIm Suslu l.astoy in Fuulconnr V Gaines, and Horace Hern-Io- n buy liberally, but how can patronage Tuesday evening. Tho fortunate jontig ho says ho will to bufiiri' tho cuniuilgu has beenmo a member of tho firm. continue without corresponding profit H. V. Morrts.of South I'nrk. is over. Mr. M 'lltilK'n-it gradualP man Is Dr. In tho vocations of tho customers and I where Miss Huslo has been acting a of the elas of 1S4 In C'nlr.' College bought a package of colTce there nnd consumers? agent for omo ilmu. The doom and for a doion years b.u bpjn n law iccelvedu watermelon as nn Induce When farmer and factory hands Is a young physician of much promise Iarlncrof Col. III1I, his preceptor. Ho ment to return. & Co., Tom Hrowu, colored, was held In the the principal patrons prosper, tho 136, nnd Is to b congratulated on winning has taken very little pirt In politic, o: 9I&U by Squire Noel to answer merchant flourishes. Their interests so charming a woman for a wife. The but has always been a republican uod sum b o o'o o'o o "o"o o o'co bcTocToro o'o cfcToo o o marriage occurred In Dr. Powell' voted that ticket. Mr. .MelCobcrlK Is a tho charge of mullelouV cutting and aro so Interworen that they swim or o O wounding with Intent to kill. David sink together. haiidoims .mid clover (.'iitlomun, but o o Combines, corporations nnd tariffs hn has made a mlttako tn interlng the IIo-- h and W. H, Lackey nppralsed tho o o (Killllcal beraniblo ro lulc In life and horse, which wuh killed by an L. A N have made alarming advances in prices o o truln neur Stanford, when Nat Boylo of nearly every Item of merchandise o ! to him will not what Mr. North will O wan Injured, ut 9tk. without any conditions contributing, In o only be a plenty, but will take the boo o Dove hunting Is alt tho go here. tho remotest degree, to a corresponding o o out of his bonnet for coim! and all. ,iMa o Messrs. J. M. Duncan and E. W. Mor- advance of any farm or o o o - FOH row went out thj other day, when Mor- product. KEWSDFTHEVICI.1ABE. ,'' v a o row shot .12 times and killed ono bird. The above trinity has its grip on tho o tfat PI. Its' ure utid rel lence near It Is believed that this settles tho finan- consumers' throats and I tbrotllng the o o ft. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaCA.iS''. o o SorourfO iinrnmi. cial question and that tho ratio between customers. What merchant who philo o Twodi-.tttii- In Jalwz, tttiin small-po- x sller nnd gold should bo .'12 to 1; but osophically contemplates the situation o o OilSj llushcll I'tiuiily, uro ri'Kirled. Mr. Duncan clulms that the bad luck fulls to seo that countenance of theso o o P.irrlgln. nf Clinton was due to Mrs. KUxttisili o the fact that a hoodoo shook cormorants promlees o comtv. m lil2 ven-- f old and U till halo lianas with him and got chow of to-- reduction to a store-roo- ultimate and early o o it and stock and hi.irty. o o .Morrow, buoli thing oc without hopu of purchasers? What of oicco iroin Wu. Whlwncck, for the munler OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOO cur. merchant so dense that ho will not hur Jamc WlcWersham In .Morccr, was The type in ado rno say that tho elec-tri- o ry iu iqu succor ot ins customers on held In H..V) hill. light globes were broken at 1:30 whoso Interests and success his own Ilolli tV'titr.tl Unlvprlty und Centre o'clock, Saturday night, when they depends? ColWe opened with it largely Increased were broken at 11:30. This dldcrctica In this advanced auo of relicioii9 uambcrof pupils. may be very Important, its the matter evolution all routes lead to bliss, but ha-- . clo-- o 1 he miitidry at Mlddlcsboro church, Louisville, that gentleman will bo Investigated on Friday and par-ti- cs thcro I only one trunk-lin- e running 1U now performing tho ceremony. A trip to I for good and lh: xMple accused can prove wheruthey were excursion trains to commercial silva-ttomother, havo to do their own washing. tho Bast and a visit to her at 11:30. There Is much talk about tho All other routes that advertise I.. B. Hunt, editor of the Somerset occurence and there Is a Mrs. Annlo Lasloy, Is the program of determination aro but branch lines, which uro operaHomo Journal, will put In honeymoon, which we hopo will Progrci-flvthe to bring the guilty to justice, but, as ted solely as feeders to the trunk-lin- e last for years after tho customary a mnchlnc shop at Monllcello, s.t the lights have been put out before and tho republican party which created month. The doctor's gain tho U. fi llecord only u One tmKMcd, It Is thought by und foster this Trinity tho common George Slk,s. it very bid Negro, was many N's. loss, for wo havo heard high that Imprisonment in tho peni- enemy of retail merchants nnd their Danvillu, In tho say that a prompter and belter given two )car at tentiary would be a hardship, as It did customers side shows to the republican agent Is not In Us umploy. May hap- pinluin'.lary for malicious cutting and not result In tho loss of lifo or bodily circus. Fictitious prices prevail for piness and contentment evor bo hers. wounding, Si harm. No one justifies the act, but a cattle becauso of Immense Western Jame Hiid Cam Lewis shot into old lino and replacing tho property is crops and insulilclency of stock to con OUUTKADF.F.DITION. man Shelf's hotitu In Clay, wherouKn thought sumu tho growers ouly market prom to bo sulllctent punishment. LDITOHIAL, FltlKNDS COMPLIMENT IT. liu shot tho former with a Winchester, Day has "busted". Garrard county ising remuneration. JOUH- - killing hlln Instantly. I.NTF.UIOU BNTKUIrtlNll.-T- ho with her fertile acres, her lowing herds Tuxes are increasing regularly and Fifteen hundred laurel county miners und her beautiful city on tho hill, Is rapidly. Our Spanish NaI, on Friday Issued a very handsomo conquests and for 10 per i:nt. advance on historical nod trade edition ot 12 pages. have struck resulting In basking In thu stinthino of proserl'y. c.enslve urmy missionary work In tho ton for mining coal, Danville Advocate. un wcuuesuay evening l received u evangelizing obstinate and refractory In ihe onntv closing down. Tho Stanford JOfKNAl. Issued a every mine telegram (mm 11. B. Hughes, ot the subjects promise stupendous additions uro no tircot for an ImmediIllustrated edition There handsome Loulsvlllo Commercial, staling that It to current expenses of government, Friday which will win many well de- ate settlement. hud been announced that tho extension alarming multiplication ot punslon lists Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis is now tho raos.t Sheriff .McEInrgiic and Judge W. L. of served compliments for It enterprising tho Southern railroad wuuld certain- und the perpetual blessing (?) of a Na cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Leubea; the new discovery In optical Brown, of London, wont to seu scivuee I wish to buy to tno Ladies that editor, W. P. Walton. Paris News. regurdlng Clay county u Hairs. ly run through Lancaster. Ilealizlng tional debt warranted to uuro coming The ISTKKlOlt JociiN.U. of Sept. 8, thu many udvnntagcs to bo derived generations all tho distress our most nsjasal-natlo- n of Stanford and Tho Grllllns, suspiicted of tho an able write-u- p from such un enterprise, our people cordial enemies can wish. Tho demorof Deputy Shorltl Thneker. uro primed on loncd paper and vicinity, were delighted beypnd measure. In alization of business incident to presiIs reported beautifully embellished with half lone. In all at L'imUm, and It Imagination we can hear tho dential campaigns Is at band. Just received a large Hock of the very that they will ask tho governor in fur- whistle ot tho emblem of thriftshrill Hro. Walton Is ono of tho "hustling, Promoter (!) of purification In polit and ucoomuuy them on tho troops est" men In iho business. Hardslown nish prosperity, und, behold a city of 10,000 ical methods aro polnlod to history's transfer of tho Grlrtlos to Matiehester llecord. Inhabitant moving In, the bum and promulgation of the counterpart of r) for examining trial. (!ov Bradley Tho Illustrated edition of tho Stanrush of business, and engaging in those presidential campaign of 'DO to that of auto udvie ihom as to their was ono of '32 and tho absurdity of their vagaries. ford I.NTKItlOli JovitS'AL swear In oxtm forcoof guards pursuit which exult and promote tho tho most creditable over Issued by n thority to Interests of mankind. Yet, with Wo uro confronted with the pitiful Patterns uever sold in this locnlity before have to be teen to bo appreciated. Suitto convoy tho men to Manuhwtrr, but iMst able for framing frotutlie simplest photograph tu tho most elaborate paintings. Tho Central Kentucky newspaper. all this, wo urc not disposed to look In spectacle of two disappointed candimoulding specially (or the lot is tbo Xew French way of doing nothing referroil them to Attorney Guneral scorn upon our neighbors who aro less date sulking und whining nbout trick- Among pictures, Kmbrohlered Mats, French Water Colors, anil all pictures suitable Waltons havo u delicatu that ro. Taylor. Ho slid no lormul application by halves. Loulsvlllo Post. ery, force und fraud In tho manner they i ijuiru ll UBMJl U.UUI. iiuiiuj imiviuc, tnu nuu puu lis suit gel uiir prices. 0 did favored, und who uro destined to Stanford lNTi'.itloit JOUHN'AI. had Iwen made for trNps und he placed on tho Bholf, and a dark will 6ave jou money. Tho btculbo out u miserable existence, with wcro Vi llilril btreet Upposlto 1'ost Umco, Uauville, Ky. und to not expect to send teera . has Just Issued a trado number, ono ruilroad and a town branch, which homo aspirant for that convention's say that It was u gre.it one Is to slate Is not navigable. Nay verily. Come Indorsement campaigning tho Stato TBACH BBS' ASSOCIATION. tho matter mildly. Waltou always over and wo will show you through the with a prayer to tho uuthorltles to Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles Progrum for Teacher' District As city. Don't buther about tho right of poultlco his soro with repudiation und gets out a neut and newsy paper, and as a conco,uoceo ho has nourished lileo sociation, to bo hold at Crab Orchard, way. Our peoplo will do all that is withdrawal of Its choice. a thoroughbred that foods on bluo Sept. Kl'h, beginning at 0 A. M. Tho democratic party should have an necessary to secure tho road. ( 1. Song by ihoohoir. grass. May ho and tils brother partner eleemosynary anuox to Its museum ot . 2 Devotional exorcises by Prof. J. S. always havo lha best tho land affords. Vlco President J. B. Hamson, of freaks, tn which to coddle Its mossback Gashwllor. Carlisle Mercury. Boone's Bluck Dlutnoud railroad, which baruaclcs, ecracd from Its Hanks. Mill Work. Metal Kooling. ;i. Welcome addiess. Prof. J, W I Wo were ptld for walling for tho to bo built from Columbus, O., Then St will escape tbo humiliation of Browii. Uesionse, Prof, N. W. Hughes, through Bustoni Koutucky and Tennes Its superannuated benoflclarlcs begging Illustrated Bdlllon ot tho Stanford I. Song by the choir. JoUUNAL, us It Is a beauty, see to Port lloynl, S. C, say hi road cruias from the republican kitchen. f. Arlthmutlo. Dlllleultles and Kouio-dlo- has ulrcady hud 2U,000,000 of Bnglish containing 12 pages, 72 columns of IlA CUSTOMKK. Profs. Brown, Roberts and Mar- capitul subscribed to It und that there lustrated matter. All tho outs uro KOUUIUTTO UtiMNISS. tho papor batln llnlshed, lha tin mid Mlf Ada MoWhortor. Is no doubt that it would bo built. r The wunuii hull lou'hr In faca, form and Ilecess and song by choir. write-up- s That combines beauty aud spicy and Interesting, and It ha wuulit will atwaja hato frlrul, hut vuu kiplicr brallh. fih U weak, lollnrllre imut U, Grutumur, l'rof. Gashwllcr, romfurt with convenience, is should bo preserved by Us readers, parVOLCANIC latUlTUINS. the will be urnoua auj akkljr aud all one of our well made, easy ridIf the hi. und Hughes and Misses Georgia Kruptlout ticularly in Lincoln, and by those who .r grind, tmt mtte rum mem, rulillfow,of Jot. Irrllable.impure uiooa xn,iiiatluuor klduey trou ing and eleganf Surreys. It is win taium iiuiiiim, uiuiciim, lle, lur Ilurkwira Arnua iu Klwwrtliht.1 never taw tho pretty town of Stanford, Lewis und Alice Alcorn. Kuterrum, Ulcrra, lkIU, Krkius. Curui. Uu rriitluii, and abe,! iumIUIikcuiuplexlou. world tounexcelled for workmanship, la the trie lUltrnUIhe 7. Civil Government. Profs. Blder, W.rtt. Pun. JirulM. Hums. tvld,. Chaiuir. durability and comfort, and will alouiacb, lh which owe moro to iho l.NTKltloit aud kldueja and to urlt I' IttuiU, Ckillil.lut. llo.l 111 cure ou silih. Prim give more satisfaction fo' genlnr, bright will1 joi'KNAl. thnn to any other agoucy on Wilson, Colsou und Misses A ratlin sa om l"ulu.ml Aihrs. Onljr t cut. box. Cure the blood Itglrn itroog iiui!exluu. It tyi.. mwlh, febHjr aklu, rich buld by IVuuy, llruggUt. tiumutt-ol- . eral family uo than other carihariulnic wuiuau of a run., In lis growth and oslllon among Cloyd und Mury Carter. luakea earth We are Belling riage made iluwulmalld. OnlydOrcuuat IVnuy'a Urugbiore. I NOOK. Hlchmond them Cheap and Fast. the towns of this section. In order to relievo the money strin exercl.o begin at 1:30. Is wanted Afternoon Frank Ilaloy, of l'uducah, Climax. geuoy in Now York tho Sccrotary of for beating bis wife Into insensibility B. Song by tho choir, TholNTKitioitJouitNAL, always In the Treasury bus decided to antlclputo because sbo threatened to leave him. Stanford1; Ky. Opp. 8. Physiology. Dr. Stapp, Mr. Bet-tltho lead for progress, fairly out did It tbo October Interest, which will put Green, Misses Salllo MatVuortcr, As usual y treated a sprain will disable Bolf Friday by sending out ono of tho In circulation. over&i millions Bdmlston, tho injured penou for three or four ueokr, m best trado editions wo over saw. Tho Mary Wilson and Hallle 1 UISMAltK'dlUON NKUVK but If C'uauibcrlalu'a Pain Halm Is freely fiootfTreepin?. U. Duties of Parents to Tholr Schools, tttt Desr is thc cneipesT tho 4 matter was well prepared, aud W.i Ilia rult of hit ttileuillJ health, luilom applied a complete cure may be effected Kuto Hay and other. and press work magulllcent. Miss Duties of Trustees to Their make-uItaMs will iuJ Irriuruduua euerg r art Uut fuuuJ in a very few davs Pain Halm aUo cure 10. an, uut wherm Liter. Kliluuvaaud HuweU Schools. V. B. Porklu and ofurJerbuiuurli. aol Him iu,lltliia ainltu.uc rheuuiatUm, cuts, bruises aud burns. Fo llolog equipped with tho latest und If )uu rvM oey lulu, uh Dr. King's New Life I'llla sale by Craig & I locker' best typo and presses', having years of others. am . vvm mm M T ui II. Tbofiibjecu "Uniformity of Toxt at f'tuuy't llruf Morn. Wr T m Zi' experience and onu of tho best forces J ttfrajpty. The barn of R. L. Williams In Caoy, m .T- - .aaT: MM'.. . ". . MM Wulton can give Book" and "School Dlslcpllnc," to bo a destroyed by lire Sunday night In Kentucky, Mr. r y . mimio r discussed. A Mississippi man Is arranging lor a was be was seunknown cause, mostoMce cards and spado and couio Brother teacher and patrons cordi- I big bunt la the wilds of Africa and ex from anburned In trying andextinguish to verely out winner by big odds, The llecord ally luvllcd Ui be with us. pect to take -- ou western cow ooys the tlanics. This is tho third barn thut (hlalyut. W. T. Wiiitk. vlcoprcs. congratulate the JOUKNAL from "V. bos been .nyttcriously burned recently, along with him. Miss Annus Dunn, sej'y. p." to dcvl!. Lancaster llecord. Mis Vloln ltoyi', noonle. wero twin lid Toil MKItCIIANTS Tn ni'An If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. GOLD DOMttS At 50 Cents. dmon-Btriithi- ns better value than the offer we are now making iSSHJHiHl ii-well-kno- r ANY SUIT IN OUR STORE FOR Nothing- Whatever Reserved. Central Kentucky.. $7.50. 'Phone boo Shoes, &c, J. L. Best line Furnishing Goods, Hats, U det Frohman oooooo THB GLOBE, CO TO Danville. '-- Moberts, tlje Druggist, &c, aV'' wHvsV brow-sweati- Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and m At The Lowest Cash Prices. n. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. GRAiG MOCKER. e 1 olll-ct- als THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. y 1 THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs "Klrur-De-LI- jVJouldh?gs. A.C.SXNBJ 5K STANFORD, Ky. A Family Carriage V5 s. half-sone- s, tern-iw- gl-luokln- j. K. o m m & iX&&2iZ Wearen tkSon, e, Court-Hous- p ' farrfMmAilJaih, r . s jf ti V- - i- -i, -- - IF" rrmiFkVi$&$ UMVJhH,J "MmiiVWMim LAUD AND t :Wfrnf jK'iyTyy nomination at the hands of tho Louisville convention, even after It had Indorsed tho Goebel law. Brown's only answer was that be would choose his own subjects to speak on. It Is very natural that ho shouldn't want to speak on that after Senator McChord and Urey Woodson have proved hla statement In tho matter false as to his claim that ho said tho nomination must como to him clean. The only man, living or dead, who had ever been arrested and censured by an American Congress on tho charge of Inability to tell the truth, evidently doesn't, want to keep on falsifying. Owing to the vexatious delay of tho contractors, tho board of trustees of the Schools of Reform could not dedicate tho institution Tuesday as was tho Intention, but had to postpone It to a day In October yet to bo fixed. Tbu contractors are under heavy bond, with a responsible security company's endorsement, besides bound by a forfeit of $i" a day for each day of their failure to complete their contract July 1. There can bo no pecuniary loss to tho State, but tho delay Is exceedingly annoying to tho board, which has labored under difficulties from tho start. As Gov. Bradley has taken grout Interest In tho Institutions It hus been the desire of tbo board to have It ready for occupancy beforo his terra expires and they tntend that It shall bo. Louisville Post's statement that he would speak for tho democratlo platform, but not for Goobel, who is tho kind of a man he doesn't like, and says there was absolutely no grounds for such misrepresentation. Ho Is for Goobel and the rest of the ticket and made a speech at Frankfort Monday, which showed that there was no semblance of truth in tho Post's statement. Tho paper makes a weak defense of Its charge, but as nobody expects now to read anything but falsehoods In tho subsidized sheet, It is not a matter of consequence. llko u letter For AuJItor, from homo" and will permit us to say so COULTF.Il. OVS 0 without fonr of receiving the Utllot For Treamrer, iluux ho is sending some of tho boys. S. WMtAOEU. For Secretary ol State, Tho L. St N. has always treated us with 0. II It EC it. HILL. great courlesv and we havo tried nnru For SurorlnlenJent of Public luitrucllou. to make Its favors moro than reciproHAimY mcciikssky. cal. Wo dislike very much, thereFor Commissioner of Agriculture, NALL. ION' fore, to fight it, but as much as wo lovo For llallrosd ConiniMoner, tho L. St Jf . wo lovo democracy more-m- ore 0. M'C1I0KI. C. oven than wo love a pass, If posFor llerrevntstlre, sible. Wo shall try, however, not to M. F. XORT1I. bo offensive, or unjust, aiming at all times to toll tho truth, which In U Gov. TV. J. Stone, of Missouri, this case will bo bad enough, wo fear. spending the week in Kentucky making speeches for the democratlo ticket. Hon. J. W. Douglas, of Owcnton, n Ho has no personal ends to servo but is zealous Hardin man before tho convensolely interested in Kentucky golnc tion, is going on tho stump to tell how democratic and paving tho way for a Chairman Johnston agreed to so rulo Klorious victory for Bryan in 1900 and in tho temporary organization so as to the election of Joe Blnckbnrn to the give tho chalamanshlp to Sweeney and Senate, whcro.he Is so much needed. that Swcenoy was expected to see that 'Everyone knows," said he, "that Hardin was nominated at whatever either Goobcl or Taylor will bo elect- cost. Mr. Douglas says that tho Hared. There li no other possible alter- din men were disgusted at Maj. Johnnative. Goebel is a democrat and tho ston when ho weakened at the last monominee of his party convention; Tay- ment and when their man was within n lor is a republican and tho nomlnco of few voles of tho chairmanship. his party convention. One of these Gov. BROWN cot S11.000 to vote for will be the next governor of Kentucky. future, looking to tho thn ntPRinr.il commission. That is to Looking to the political etlcct of this election on tho say ho was allowed by a republican country, looking to 1900, how can any Congress that amount for a term 01 loyal democrat hesitate as to his duty. Congress to which ho was not eligible Why, gentlemen, If there be any among by reason of youth. Putting tho two you who have personal antipathy or ob- proosltlons together It looks either jection to Mr. Goebel, then put Goebel like u bargain and sale or a reward and and Taylor asldo and look at Bryan and a bonus for services rendered. McKlnloy as thoy rise to view a llttlo Judging for reports of his speeches, wav beyond." That Is whnt democrats .lmM niaokburn. who Is now should do. Brown Is not In tho raco touring with Senator Goebel, is about to.be elected. Ho is only a stalking a speaker as his brother horse for Taylor and tho democrat who as captivating of wit and humor ami Joe. Ho Is full votes for him aids In tho election of Vmvlnn mi iinpcilnLe to llluslrato every Taylor. Are you willing to place tho with him of such a point, ho carries his uudlonce government in tho hands und Impresses what Do says icaeuuij. man? If not, turn from tho error of your way and help us to give tho demWE are indebted to tho Slate Camocratic ticket 30,000 majority. paign Committee for a copy of tho "Democratic Campaign Book," from ONE of Brown's audience at Maya-vlll- o wo shall make liberal extracts asked htm, "What about Senator which olcctlon. Tho prlco statement?" referring to from now till the McChord's ready and of tho book Is 50c and every democrat tho charge that Brown was should have one. anxious up to tho last to accept a 11. Avnnnw Editor James M. Hlchard- .nn. nt thn nlantrow Times, has been THE INTERIOR JOURNAL relieved of his L. St N. pass. Ho treats tho matter ns a jest as they do scars v.hn nnvpr ffllt a wound. Tho Stato 15. 1899 pays tho frleght when ho travels, for Stanford. Ky..-Se- it. lm U 11 nelson commissioner, nnu it win 1. I,. inwr. The lluhtnlnir seems to W. P. WALTON. striking nil around, but wo Imvn't ba got our lightning rod up nnd do not desire to bo struck ns John Young DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Brown did during tho Louisville convention. Wo nro dead "agin" the Kor OoTernor, . taklnc- - a hand In polities, 1.. X-WILLIAM (10K1IF.I. and all for Goobol first, la and nro For Lieutenant lloiernor. tho lime, but wo hopo that President J. C. W. IIECKIIAJI. Smith can not do without the iNTF.RlOlt Kor Attorney tlenersl, J. HUKCKINKHHIK. Journal, "it is so much tl.l. nnmnnlirn a nnrnllol to tho cam paign In tho United Slates which mado Jackson president a second tlmo. Tho bank at that timo had only Nnh-wlll- n tho capital that tho Loult villa .V wns owned in tho Unl- nnd It ..! Hmin nml not In Kurotio. I bollovo thnt ns tho people of tho Unltod Suites crushed Nicholas Hlddlo and tho Utilm.l Rmtn Hunk, tho lwoplo of Ken tucky will not submit to tho domination of thl foreign owned corporation. ou should remembor too, mat every Nmli-vlll- o freo copy of tho two Louisville St sent out over organs In Loulsvlllo thn Slut., I twiil for bv tho L. St X. You snould remember too, that all tho matter In those two papers nssnlllnjr ih,. .inmivratlit nriuniillon and candi dates Is an expression of tho will and tho wish of n corporation whletils owned In Lombard street, London.'' in one-tent- STOCK. Two good family horses for r alo. Box 1(11, ). For Salf.. Four Poll Angus calves. Tim Aiinlr NVivs notes tho talo of n bunch of hogs nt 4e. Seasons ara now duo. Plcuo call at once nnd settle. M. S. Iluughinnn. Thergood rnco maro, Maggie J , died Aro what' nitriii Unit llm niIc IhM lUk il.illy louur slrrc. The cleaning up of nt Richmond, Ind., from eating a por Summer kisU nml tin njH!iilii( up of I'hII Muck is lliocftti'O of the roinlfttit llr Seasons are now duo ana you arc re quested to call and settle. J K. Baugh- man, Hustonvlllu The Kentucky Trotting Horse Asso ciation at its meeting Oct. 2 11 at Lex ington will hang up N),lH)0. Messrs. Sam aud W. U. Urown. ol Chrlstiunsburg, sold lo II. F. l'.mbry threo cars of tine export cattle nt li.loo. Geo. D. Whllo sold lo J. 3. Collins, to be delivered Oct. 20, 71 1.210 pound grass fed cattlo, ut 4c Richmond Hon of n lly not. Stanford. J. W. Haughtnan. SCORE OF BARGAINS hco .Stacks of found New Fall (Ind Winter Goods l up dnlly. New Onling, Now I) w OoihI", Now SIhts, New Clothing llelni Wo coll your line of tallies' Kail fur iiit'ii, Ihin nml clillilren, nil attention In our line of Itniijh Ithler; we csn hhvo you from 'Sie lu Wo on them. A few lire of oM-liei- llti. BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. fw Thn ln,vot rutlinata nlneed on tho Climax. valuo of Cornelius Vandorbllt's estnto Harris ." Fox bought of J. T. Cotlcy is J 100,000,000. 41 cattlu at 4io and 12 of P. M, Borttcr-so- n T.rrv McGovern, tho American, nt tho same price Wayno County nut Pedlar Palmer, tho Eng Record. lish champion featherweight, in ono THE Wayno County Record says that ..rttinil S, T. Harris, of Lincoln, and Montle Tho mnvnmont to boycott the I nrls Fox, of Boyle, wero In that county Exposition ns a rebuke to Franco for buying culllo. the Dreyfus verdict spreads In' hnII. Clay Turner bought a pair of gland. mules from Mann St Furman, It. 1. ntlmati!d tha' 2.000,000 English of Purls, that weigh 2,330 pounds, for sparrows wcr killed recently by an $271. Mt. Sterling Gazette. electric storm In the vicinity of Little C E. Marvin sold to Smith A: ChamRock, Ark. bers, of Sholbv county. 10 Polled Angus Whllo etnndlng In tho door of her cattlo. eight heifers und two bull calves home nt Crawfordsvllle, Ind., Grace at Tlmos. Jones, aged 12 years, was struck by J. W. Rii"lond bad a show in UarK lightning and Instantly Kiueu. of tho put of his iack and gavo a prlzo While anravlng Paris green on to to tho first and second best. During tho . bacco plants R. D. Thompson, of Wood- show soven of tho yearlings sold ford, Inhaled tho poUon and ho died In Cattle buvers don't forget to nltenu great agony. tho sale of J. C. McClary, Exr., Sopt. Thn nlr horn of a freight train broko 19. Somo extra pood on tbo C. St O. whllo going through the stcer cows, calves, Ac. Salo begins nt Big Ben tunnel. Threo men were sui 10 A. M. located and flvo others marly so. Foil Sale. A Jersey cow n Jersey A dtsnatch which cscapeil tne censor bull nnd u Jersey heifer. Also two at Manila says .111 per cent, of tho offi fillies, one by Washington Denmark cers and 2." per cent, of tho enlisted and tho other by Nubolh. Write caro men of MaeArthur's division are on box 101, Stanford. tbo sick list. A. W. Smith fnllrd to sell his farm, Tho penitentiary stablesatt rank fort withdrawing it at I9 21 which wm his burned. Tho horses were taken out In hmthtr. A. G. T. Smith's bid. Grade safety, but the building and eootonts shorthorn cows old at U0 to J10; grade burned, entailing a loss ol several yearling heifers, f'JO loSW; young horse thoiuand dollars. siock. 40 to J0. Tho Loulsvlllo City National HnnK J. T. Stewart has sold 12 good steer will go Into liquidation. It lost heavily cilves to Tucker, of Hustonvlllo, ut by tho Pope steal nnd business failures, J2210. J B. Peters, of Mackvllle, but depositors will be paid In full, with bought two car loads of hogs of Waitu i i,nl,l Summer Goods To Close 10 iloien tallies' Wis worth 12c and lftc tocloso lot of tallies' Vests width lOo, l.Ienched nnd unblcnchetl, to cloo nl oc. Almlurmlpmcs at Uc One ld Ladies' Oxfords to be Closed Out Regardless of Cost. One lot yf Men's Straw 11.11s, all of Laillis' Siiminer Cumcti, wurtli A few SJc nml HV, toclBeilAc. nt 4So. :'c, One lln0 to close, choice A few pieces of tawn, wnnh dies 'n Men's .Suimutr Shlil, 5c ipiallty, to clmu SI) mid 7.V rxh!, to clone nl 21c. at.l A Few Ladies' Shirt Waists, Worth 50 and 75 Cents, to Close at 35 Cents. . One lot of Summer l'.int. Jtit the thins to work In, to cloo t 30c, Hoy's Knre I'aiitH tcrlime at lOr, lloy'n Knrc l'unt Milts Sjc. Kviiirmber wo handle the Dutches Trouer lint 'mil mmle The Louisville Store. Tho C'hcapnt IloUe',ln Town POLITICIANS AHD POLTICS. Judue Tarvin gives tho Ho to tho K The Kov. G. O, Overstreet, tho religious as well as political turncoat, docs not seem to be a drawing curd. lie was extensively advertised to speak at Chrlstiunsburg, but tbo christians didn't turn out worth a cent aid ho hud to shake tho dust of tho city from his foetuud depart. Perhaps they know the old fraud too well. WK still, after u survey of tho Held, suy whut wo said at first, that John Young Brown will not got fi.OOO votes in tho State. When tbo rub comes the voter will cither mark utider tho rooster or the lot; cabin and not throw his vote away on a decoy duck, Hon. James D. Black will speak In Danville Monday. Tho case of C. B. Sommers for bribery was continued at Frankfort. The Albany Gleaner has been bought by tho Burksvllle Herald and Clinton county is wlthont a paper. Tho democratic county commlttco of Madison, nominated 'Squlro N. B. Coy, of Kirksvllle, for county judge. Joe P. Wilkinson, a good man and a cracking good democrat, has been made campaign chairman of Casey. Look out for good results. Senator Deboo is "agin" tho Chinn School bill because It provides for commissioners tn receive bids at tho rate of "$5 per day per diem." State Senator John Bennett, of Richmond, declines to becomo a candidate although republicans of for threo counties instructed for him. Chairman Pryor, of the Stato clec lion commission, has called a meeting of tbo commissioners at Frankfort, Wednesday, Sept. 20, to select county commissioners, who will appoint officers to hold tho November olcctlon. In a speech at Lexington, Senator Blackburn said that If John Young Brown would tear tho mask from his tryfaco and say llko a man that bo was elect a republican governor, ho ing to or Mr. Goebol, or both of them, would meet and debato with hlra every day from now until November. Judge Clark, of the U. S. court at Knoxvlllo, In bis chargo to tho grand Jury, denounced pension attorneys as tho members of a trade in which thero was not so much dono to aid honorablo and worthy soldiers as to put upon tho government pay rolls and cause to bo maintained tho grossest kind of frauds. Capt. James Blackburn says he know v. Brown at college. While tho rest of tho boys were ongaged In other things young Brown was ongaged In declaiming, a mirror In front of him and another mirror behind him. Hut Brown was llko tho Usherman of whom bo had heard. Tho fisherman wasn't much at batln' hooks nor was he much at bunging fish, but If somo ono baited tho hook und hung ,tho fish ho could pull It in. If somo ono would write a speech for Mr. Brown he was great at declaiming It. In hi aneecu ut Carlisle, acnuiur Goebol Buld: "When Andrew Jacksou niu-,- n took up tho light uuulnst Nicholas, n.i tho United Stales bink, ho gave as two of his reasons for thatllubt con-trthat the bank had undertaken to and thut It bud sutoldt. elections ed tho principal uowspapers of tbo United States, wo nave 111 vuhvuu ol something left for stockholders. Company C, of Lexington, won tbo Hag In tho 2d regiment competitive drill at Lexington. Gov. Bradley made tho presentation speech and afterwards tho Queen's salute was tired In his honor. Tho Davis county grand jury Indicted tho L. St N., Illinois Central and Loulsvlllo Henderson and St. Louis railroads for violating tho separate coach law In not provlditg equal accommodations for white and colored passengers. Cornelius Vandcrbllt, Sr died at his residence in New York Tuesday morning of cerebral hemorrhage. Tho attack was sudden nnd unexpected, and Mr. Vanderbllt died before his physi cian arrived. Ho had millions of dol lars, but thero aro no pockets In a shroud and others will enjoy what ho shrovo to accumulate. Yellow fever Is spreading rapidly at Key West, 250 cases nnd many deaths being roported to Wednesday. Mississippi City, Miss., reports ono more, making the 14th there. Thero aro no developments at Port Tampa, Fia., or Jaekson, Miss. Tho fever is said to bo very bad in Havana. Twolvo Americans died thero Saturday. Ilutchott, ut Jenklnsvlllo Saturday at 4c. Harrodsburg Democrat. & Tho A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. T.D. HANKY, Manager llranchatorca at Kliiahethtowii, Klkton, Owrmhoro, Shelhyvllle, Versailles, Ilirdi-lovI, Ooroloa,'ly , Olirkirl He, Tenn . II nville, Milisinville.M Sofa Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Wo 014 M Inralnsnl Coapmy, vi il rSrSS.?sS.ss.SSOS2;:SSvSvo.v1.v.vc;. P7 While Yoa Live. Line Ccnpanlos Pay When Yea Ele. lU In llln lnau. lUllSKri WEAIIKS I TrOTTMIrrC , Oter lltO.Ott) SMITH HUMAN. U'l 4 ' AUCU5T REDEMPTION. Coat 113 Sy. hunfonl. Kjr tool Asnt I J1 ,-, i nuiiivu OUR LADIES' TRUNKS Ale id iUch 'JS lo .'IS T : I f i Jn. l!ogM, erullleswurt ltoLlnin, f AJ'lrrw Name Mrs. 0 A. Ju.iy. Mill nlmn;, L.C. blrlln, Kiirsln Klor I1nf, Mllwnrllle 1'iM M 112 47 12 IS3 IS W I7S0 47 flj' Stxtifortl luti not had in years such an assortment of Trunks ns we now huve. 40 31 .Will 4H.1I 40.11 40 SI M Ol 40 31 Newi, Vs H .VI Juo. A. l8S" J y.lnliclt. louUtllle 1 ' J. V Jf It, Crrolton UM Columl.ui, (). .1. J. rv.iim-lt- . W H O. O. VullmwIJcr, MrArlhur, O. u baultl Iluunf liuli, lucbinoDil ., MM ' J. D. Snodu, Uitnuloo Mrs. IO.lt 10 31 3141 40 31 14 John Walih, Miyttllle Henrr Slistfr r, UJInRion W. A A A. M Sliely. Ulngton Dr. V. II. I'livcri. Uwrecrttium W. llell, llirro.lttHiii' Curtis A. Young and Miss Lillio May I'liM. Dullo. lUmi'tuu, . y W. were married at J. M. Long's Dr. S. II. blerwmm, Chicago, 111. Hammond His II. Chirks. cri)rt ! n" 11 ' 01 " ' 50 M 35 71 JS0O 17 Ml asui 3U3 3H0.1 35 7 17" w 16 I 1 I I! indie, prices 1 60 to f lf 1 yesterday. Gov. Bradloy pardoned Geo. Cowan, a 15 year old convict from Jessamlno county, who is dying of consumption Judge .Talcott, aged 09 years, wus married to Mrs. Boardman, aged 71, ut Valparaiso, Ind., by Judge Hogan, aged 74. A rich gold mlno Is said to have boon dUrovored on tho farm of Marlon An drew In Clinton county and there Is great excitement. A poem by Robert Burns Wilson, of Frankfort, wljl be read at tho unveiling of a bust of Edgar Allen Poo ut tbo University of Virginia. At Danville. Scott Fisher, colored, for robbing a chicken house, was given five years In tho pon.and Wood wayno, white, got tho same for housebreaking. A lot of miners, who loft Middles-bor- o for Arkansas somo months ago, wrlto back to tholr friends to remain in Kentucky as they aro hardly making enough money to keep them nllvo. LUKO J.T. Morrow. J. A. Ilta.tM), E.I Kino, KkM.Vu.lu ljlrtoii " n an 41 (iulcli lool. Uiluxtou CiimWrlauJ Club, twmewt Mrs. Aun WU, Ilk liuionil lUtllsl'. llccbl, Ixiulivllls C H. Trier, Newurl Ktws, V, cluli. IiDiton Albln tx.hnel.lsr, IaiiIsiIIIs John Wsl.li, MiyMllle A. Murgeou, Leilngwu, Ulnwii '" 15 15 i 14 :u .11 n 13 I TELESCOPES, VALISES, Ac. Terms CASH. II SO f" '" i" " M 31 17 XI II n.171 .H41 3117 31 21 17 4.1 it..u UM II"" ! M ou BO H. rttT"si J. M'ROBERTS. 31 17 31 10 Cuss. II. lull, NsliOnHsuion.OeorKeUiiru J. M. renn,lor,etowq Ueltle A. Krsncci, rsini Mtz W. ft 1. llohl. Uslngtoa Dr. C. I- - Spsugler, loult? Ills J. L. Csssell. Ilarrwlthurg 11. Xelws. Hewiwrl News, Vs. John Wise, Miawsr Miry W. Uowuin, I'mime i. M..K. Uordon, Millonllle A. M. StiwooJ, Uxtngtou ii .i Iulllls U 60 1150 3117 3117 31 17 u on 13 50 14 50 13 uo a oi 31 17 r- - 9M0S... 1 a i ir.7 TO... V- 0 UO li 13 10 1U - 1J 10 CfwftttmMKinJ cso IS i 6 00 hi 13 19 2li3'J 1210 12 IS 11 Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA 6 00 00 A flo GUO IIIHITATION. Hottiueliter A llohW Cludauitl, O. Wiu. MiIju'i. Islington Jswb blriub, IjjuUtHIs J. U, CtsMi, Asblsud Wm II. Wsrren. Islington W. A. llirt, lil"KU)U J. 1L WIIUium, rsluioulli Wiu. Ilorger, luUUI Mry Douibue, lnluWu Adofiili (Iriwiwl. lilt lilt! II POINTS 5 50 Hi "w HO.) tfuO D U) WIU II II II II 4 tralm every weekday, 3 tralru on Sunday. I'ulimsn and Wsxurrfilers mi niitlit Irslus. VnlthulcU Cars ou day trslns. c l 14 12 111 to consumption. Ir. I'errr Cro.lliwsllo" Cblcio, lll . If. will euro It. and Dell's Nslsou llimou.tlwjrweluwu give such strength to the lungs that cough Uliilwtb bllwr, Itlui(ioa C W. ItrrUli.Mklwij . HI. VI. li..li..ill. or a cold will not settle there. Twenty Ore Mlu Msry onulejr, liD(tou utl'eiiny's Drugstore. cents Ixm O Clirk. Uslnjitoii la the fororuuiicr 'Vi U) bloUi lil'l ft.Ul II Ul 5 50 4 00 A 00 5 50 lino 5i mt W II II 10 11 213.1 Ulli lilt lilt lilt "EZZ7E? to INDIANAPOLIS! "szzztt? to CHICAGO Vcsllbulcd trains, Stsmlsnl snd Coniitin(iit rSlirpInu Cars, l'oilor Cars, ami Cf IJiulug Cars. 'ft as 11 Joliu rt. Vtmueier, flcigtou A hogshead of tobacco sold on tho Kuicbliof l'jtbU.S'o. ! Wednesday ut $23 Jobull Uryau.Mbelbyvllle Loulsvlllo market if, r, mii.iii4Liuwui( i V tt.wru f.ivliuli.n por hundred, tho top prlco of tho year. 1.11m Sbeddell. l.llHtoil ms . . i iiiuu. i. .ul. will.. COUUIIIUXS VKAIW. 14 S07 IU .. . A All Vfi II II II 5 50 Aim suffered SS yeurt with a cough, und iiwdI hundreds of dollurs with doctors uud for medicine to no uvall until I u.ed Dr. remedy Tal Dell's make weak lungs strong. It has saved my life. J. II. Resell, Qrautsuurir, III. I S. liiuliry lUrk. hllver Crwrk Dr. Ai0 SOU llll llll 1011 III! Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KY. William Khelton, l'reftldent. l'riinary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Departments, Mulc, Art Kloeu Ion HiuUndSl'liyaical Culture. 3Ut year beKln8 Hopt. 4th. Kcud to MRS. NANN'IK H, 8AUFI.BV, Lady Principal. for't-ulaloiiu- 5 Ml Hub i llmUkin, ttiuiiusier Miry L 1'. lluttmiii. IUUjIik-.- , Ulibmond Iilnglou aiiu A60 II lu Nwi laylor, liur lexlugluu 4 V) lleltle V Uurill, oweuloii To bo cuutluuvd lu noil Itiue. Daniel I. Itebl, Usluatou 5) llll llll 10 lilt 10 11 11 U-ii- t llll 1 syHJ4 . KT f p?1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., E. C. WALTON, -- Watch by Onltoii. I e Suit, is, 1809 Mana(it:u. SoMimiiNU now In contu' flno loot wenr John I'. Jones. IJUSINIS Ico Ol'll champion bote ball team wiIUjo to l'lltsbiirg Saturday nnd play a gamo, 'm m m Twlco-n-Wco- k Tin: iNTnitioit It only tl a yenr cash. Itemcmber cold, pure nml nioAtrolrci.1lnj.Mit Penny' Drutf Store. that. Till! host muterlnU cotnlilneil with Sun tho now plaids nnd crepons for care, (kill nml accuracy Insure jrotnl klrtt nnd allli waists. Severunco ft No other mutliiMr. nro over used In our tiresorlplltin work l'cnny Son. tirilir btorc Youil necounl it drnwn oil nnd ready for you nnd you must tcttlo nt onco PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. ' Ilcarlcy Ilrou. Mis Lvov I'n.sNlNtiTON l vUltln NOL'HB for rent 011 Main Street, Tor )0 Misses I'lsll. Miws Uov Nkai., of Uurjtln, J vl.lt-In- ir tcrmt niiply to Mr. W. II. Hlgglns. Mrs. L. A. Holmes. Mr. Liberty I'rynr. Mhh. J am its H. Ybaciku It vltltlntr Nkw line of fallhalt In nil tho dc frlcmlt at Abingdon, Va. ruble shapes and for school purposes Mil. J. C. rwiHKSCBtoltl hi Daviess at Mrs. ICato Dudderar's. county farm of IK) ncrct for iSOO. MihsSlkCO.att, of I'arU.vllle, It PlNl'.ST Una of shoes, hats, gems' furnishings, trunks, valises, etc., at thoiructl of Mm. Mnttlo Kcvlutt. Misa Mamiahitt Noi'.L. spent Hovcrnl Caldwell .V Lanier's, Danville. m mm ilnys with MIm Alum Wright In thu IlKMRMliKic the talo of tho lata J. U. Wot Knd. McClury's farm and personalty nt tho Cait. T. i:. Hunt loft Wrdnosdny to home place, beginning at 10 o'clock nml ton ul visit hit daughter at Jullleo Tucsdny next. HrlMol, Tonn. .10 HAYS. Andy Carton, for stealing M. IUNKIN It uttendlnjr Kkv. 8. l'rosbytcry at New I'rovldcnco church, a pair of shoes from another darkey, confessed and was given 30 days In Mercer county. Mil. J.J. WALKr.it took hi dauch. Judge Ualloy's court. tcr, Mint Alice, to Hamilton College, UAVB iionii. will Kennedy gnvo loxlngton, Tuesday. Harry Olovnnnoll, the ball of 12,000 with John W. Holmes V: congratulate security. Prank Martin, In for horse of tho Danville Advocate, on tho birth stealing, gavo his ball of ti". of nron, hit tlrttborn. 9 of Loxlng-to- n, Misi llACHKL Allison', COLD. A week ago jctterday the returned with Mrt. Mary llurch mercury went up to 101 nnd yesterday from Tathani Springs.. It went down to i:i, a fall of 00. No A. H. KoWi:, of Kowcnu, Kueell wonder nearly half tho deaths In Kencounty, wat with T. C. Kankln nnd tucky nro from pulmonary diseases, other friend hero thl week. Ott'BLKY. Marlon Owsley, who hat Mil. W. W. OAitSirrr, of Louisville, lately returned from Havana, It visit-lu- g been In tho asylum nt Loxlngton for somo time, died Yesterday und hit rehU tl.ter, Mrt. J. S. Hlco Miss Alick Hall, of Liberty, It mains will arrive today for Interment. visiting Ml Kuby Huston, and they Ho Is a brother of Mr. franklin Ow-leof this county. paid u a pleiisiint call jctterday. Mihsr.s CATiii'.iiiNr. anii Doha NOT TllL'U. Manager Gut Hofmann, HaUOIIMAN Imvu matriculated at Mad- of Crab Orchard Springs, asks ut to Institute, Ulehmond. ison Pemulu say that there Is no foundation what gone to Mil. 1. II. TWIDWr.l.l. bus ovor for tho story thnttho property hud Cleveland O , Ui complete- hit course been sold. Such reiiortt nro not calcunn institution there In pharmacy ul lated to help hit business John I.ivini.hton, ton of tho Dlt. K. GOLUSTi:iN, thu optician, has preacher, It back from Idaho, satlstled decided to muko Stanford regularly, that there It no place like Kentucky. Will Hunt bat returned from a tl-- beginning Oct. 11 when ho will bo at to hit brolhert at Danville, III. lie the St. Asaph, .'or one day only. He look In Chicago and other big cltlot needs no Introduction, slnco hu Is wull and favorably known hero as u flno op while gone. S. 1 STAOO hat runted tho house ho tlclan. llvet In to Mr. Illchurd Cobb, who it to AN alleged dNpaich from London to got potaCHtloa at toou at ho detlrct to tho Loulivlllc Dispatch tajt that Ileal novo to It. Kslato Agent J. II. Sowdcr has been In Missus IIkhsii: and Lt'ciLi: Mknk-KB- SO counties recently and found tho senwent to Ixiulsvlllo Wednesday to marrlago of a lady friend, timent overwhelmingly fur Drown, uttend tho which It tutllcleui to inako n horse Mitt Watklnt. laugh. Miss Joiti:rniNE Hkiii, who wat 111 of typhoid fever In New York City, It TUB Shelby News ayt that tho will not ut able to tit up, but It making of James A. Pickett bequeaths his farm satisfactory progrctt. Advocate. ond stock to hit wlfo during her life Mil. anii Mils KmiiuvT Hkazluy. lime and tho residue of his property who took Mitt Hortha Orubbt to Colo- equally to his children, who aro also to rado Spring", Col., returned with her gel the part devised to their mother at yettcrday und say tho It much Improv. her death. Jocit-NA- L Soda Watch, ruit. Nkw fall good 1 by tho car load nt Severance & Sons'. Spicks of nil kinds nnd tumeric for pickles und catsup. Warren ft Shanks, Till', democrats of Yoiouilto who have been getting free copies of tho Louts- vlllo Dispatch and Post, aro saving them up for n big bonllro during tho present campaign, Mr. J. K. Carter, of that plncc, tells us. Hl'ltNKP. Tho home of Mrs, Smith, in tho McKlnnoy xcctlon, was sot on llro by thu explosion of n lamp nnd burned to tho ground, Craig Sims wat badly burned about tho fuco In attempting to thu old lady. Mnr-garct re-e- now firm of Ilobcrt 12. Leo Sims ft Co., when vou npoi! grocorlos of any kind. Prices rlirht. At tho W. II. Drdy stand. Don't forget tho Si'KAKlNu. Hon. N. II. Hays, AN uirort Is being madu to got thnt splendid democrat, Mr. Hry.in Stonc.of Jamestown, to run or representative In tho collates of Hussoll and Casey, and equally as many of tho friends of Mr. J. W. McWhorti r, of Mtddleburg, nro trying to Induco hlra to run. Tho latter gentleman made n good raco for the olllco against Col. Sllnt Adams nnd proved htmtolf to bo nn A 1 runner Hither gentleman would pollmoruthnn tho party strongth and with tho nmong tho republicans would of stand a mighty good show to ln. dlstnt-Isfaetl- W- - 1 IIJIIBWfv The perception of the American woman as .1 careful purchaser is proverbial. Women who are wearing the Ultra shoe show their appreciation in hav ing found the right shoe at last, by bringing their friends, and coming again for another pair and still another. All Styles and Sizes One Price, :WVVk on I'lnovllle, Into candidate for attorney gcncrul, a good stumper, will speak In the Interest of the democratic ticket nt Hustonvlllo at 7:.'W Tueday ovcnlng, 10th, and at I rnb Orchard at tho same Go and hour Thursday following. hear htm, S Dkath. Tho wlfo of Ilryunt Kldd. of tho Klngsvltlo section, died Tuesday and was burled Wednesday, At her husband's request soldiers of the 10th Kentucky acted at pall bearers and guards. Mr. Kldd belonged to that regiment. Tho funeral was preached by Kov, Owens, mmm mm TlIK Odd Pellows lire expecting abig tlaio Tuesday night. J. Whltt Potter, of Howling Green, Statu Grand Matter, will bo on hand and members from various towns in this section aro ox- pectcd. On Thursday following a number of members of the lodge hero will uccoiupnny Mr. Potter to Corbln,whcro n hidgo will bo organized. Till". Stunford Pnlr Co hns every u for a most success thing In ful exhibition and tho pnxpect It that all who uttend will bo amply repaid On Prlday night a grand enko walk is to bo glen by noted performers In Walton's Opera House to bo followed by a minstrel entertainment of n most amusing character. slilp-shap- terday's Courier-Journ- al said that W. II. Wells, chief engineer of the Southern railway, nnd L. V, Hubbell, right-of-w- ay ngent, nro In Loulsvlllu conferring with Judgo Alex. P. Humphrey, attorney for tho Southern in Kentucky, with roforenco to tho IJurgin extension of the line, which will bo built from Hurgln to Jolllco, a distance of 115 miles. Work will bo begun on the construction of tho road in about four months. Tho line as surveyed runs through Lancaster and crosses tho L. & N. railroad near Urodhend, thence through tho Cumberland mountains at Brown's Gap, thenco down LlekCreck to Kockcastle river and down Rockcastle to Cumberland rlycr. Tho lino follows Cumberland river to a tributary beyond Cumberland Falls, and thenco toJellleo. Before a llnal location Is made, however, a lino from Hurgln tnrougn uanvlllo nnd Stanford will bo run and tho cheapest and best selected Wo know ours will (111 tho bill and our citizens ought to bestir themselves to aid In showing tho engineers tho line discussed hero and extending to them every courtesy potable. Tub Socthukn Kxtknbion. Yos. $X50 73 per pair. iHJIROBERTS BEST FOR WOMEN. $m$mz&msmmLm&m'& v. w r-j frl? 1A Big Corset Stock 1 JtKt placed on snle. Wc ate now offering the New Fall Lengths and Styles in !5 FAR1I FOR RENT. arm contains roacrts, half In balance In wu ora.Mrms nis at (rnlhlan-"- . I wht, T. M OK MooNLKiiiT Picnic Miss Marv Powell gavo a moonlight picnic at WIIITI. - It K ed. A IlozKMAN, MONT., pajier ay tbut Mr. A. A. Mcltobertt, brother of Mcsr. J. J., W. II. and 1'. M. McKob- erlt, had tho mltfortunu to break a leg tho other day. Mlts. G. L. Si'lNK and Mrt. Wm. Short ond children, of Princeton, who havn been spending tho tumtnor nt Crab Orchard Spring, nro with Mrt. T. P. Spink. JOK II. MUlllMlY hat returned from Sherman, Texas, and hat entered tho Stanford Academy. Ho tolls u hit father, W. II. Murphy, will como baclc to Kentucky to llvo about Nov. 1. Mlts. J. Will I'ooit went over to Loxlngton thl week to eo her ton, Catoy M. Owtley, whose health I very poor. Ho will likely upend a few months In Toxat and then go to Now Mexico. Mil GKOiiuKH.GitiKKmis,oftho T. II. Stono Lumber Co., wa hero with hU wlfu yctterduy. Hit headquarters aro at McKlnnoy, wheru ho will handlo between two and three million feet of lumber thlt year. Mil J. Plkkck Uoiiinson, who uu-all- y goct South when "tho frott It on tho punkln' and tho corn Is In tho shock" says ho will watt till bo votes for Goobol and tho whole ticket before leaving this year. LOCAL HAPPEWN6S. Mbhcbiiizku saloons In all shades John P. Jones'. at Family board at Linnlotta Springs thl month at $.'") per weok. GO to Caldwell & Lanier's Danville, for shoes and gents' furnishing good cheap. Poll hundsomo pettlcoutt, too our lino of MorcerUod Moreens. John P. Jones. Laht Day. Sept. 'Si Is tho lu.t day for Ullng cltttmt ugalntt Lincoln coun ty. Gcor.TO II. Cooer, clerk. ... 1 CllicitBN PKKti. Plvo buholt $1 of chicken feed screenings for only J II. Huugliman & Co', mill, ford. CALUWKLL & LANiBit at Stan- curry In addl-Ho- n to their hl.'h grado shoe, a low Solid und prlco custom made shoo. wear. Try them. Peyton's Well W,dneday evening In honor of her guest. Miss Klverlno WalLids County National Sank, lace, of Garrard. A dozen or more OHSTAMOIID, KY., couples of her young friends woro presAt th rlnssof llu.lnpu Vpf 7lh, ISW. ent und enjoyed tho evening greatly. Itl&OUItCLS Delightful refreshments wore served, Iam an.I Pitcuunls ......, $207 Ctl Gl after which tho crowd stormed the OTerJrant wcurcl ana unsorntvl ...... Syii s7 family of Mr. T. J. Hill nnd tpent 60V- - V. h. lluuilt to sreuni (Imitation loo.OtiO W rrrmluiuson U. S llotula .. , 6,) u oral hours most cnjoynbly. SUicks, Mvurltlcs, sic ... i , furniture, ami riiturM 5100 ou TllKltB wat a good attendances! the Uanklng-hoiulue front National Ibnls (not ltewrro Medical Society Tues Lincoln County Aftents (VI day and somo Interesting subject were Due from Slate Hants ami Hankers. w . 3,870 M .. S brought up. Dr. Stcclo Ualley V sub Due from appruTr! rsvrre agents OO.r.oG 71 M ject, "Diseases of tho Heart," was dl CtitcVs an other cali Items .... Notes of oilier National Hanks .... SOU (J cu6scd at length and much good gotten Fractional paper currency, nkkle and out of It. Dr. W. H. O Binnon, who centa .. 37S 32 was to prepare apaporon "Fructures," I wlul Money In Hank, l: ji;,'i oo sic' rjoVr ....wnt kept uwuy by important business, 8,000 ou 2.1,0m) 00 Tho next meeting will bo nt Huston' ttcleuiptlon from notes... U. 8 Treata (5 per vlllo on tho second Tuesday In Novem cent, clri illation) . . 401) () ber. Total .. , f 123,3m w G. A. H1 Tho G. A. U. reunion In MAlllMTlDs: Mlddleton's grove, between Highland Capital atock ul,l In .....!10iViOO Oi) and Kingsllle, is proving a delightful !urp!us fuod .,., i(U(o 00 one to tho old veterans us well as to l'iidltlils.1 pronta, Ieuaxiienxiaml Ui. ea 4,32 01 thoto wuo attend and enjoy tho cere Nationalpal.1 Notes outalandlng Hank ., W.ooO () monies. A good crowd was present Due to other hatlonal tanks .. 0,443 20 when tho program was beguu Wcdncf Doe 10 Slate Hants an.l Hankers 1,010 6.1 Judgo W. L. day morning, und onjoed to the fullest InJlTllualileltssuliJert to check .. 721,043 si AlTBIt A P.MtPON Drown, of London, accompanied by 12. extent speeches by Col. T. P. Hill, Liabilities other than tho.caloie state.1 1,18.1 00 K. Wilson, went before Gov. Bradley Hon. M. P. North nnd I lev. Owens Thu Total. !in,SU C6 and urged a pirdon for thu oung at- Stanford band discoursed sweet music ITEOI'KKNTUCKV, ( torney, who It Indicted for the mur- between each cllort, and abundance of County of Unroln, f" der of Mist Mary Clojd, with whom he It during tho set vices. In tho afterI, John II Owtley, caihler of the abore named It charged with having Illicit relations. noon, among other good things win u Hank, .Li solemnly awrar that the alwte atatcmem Tho governor, however, did not express sermon by itcv, J. r. tamper, oi la true to the hist of my knowledge aod lellcf. J. II. OWsIXY, Caihler. himself In tho matter. Yesterday speeches were biilncrllinl and sworn to before me this 14th day Georgetown. ottpt, isyj. J.J. MrllOllLllld.N. r. L U. made by a number of tho G. A. R LOOK at This. Preo Sliver John. II Siiaxks, Cretghton inado a cupltul tulk, Huv. CoRttriT Attcit: ei son wants to mako tho following J. i:. l.Y.NN, J. I' Cash, t und ho hut thu cash to do It: $100 Statu h.t preached another lino sermon Dlrectota. thu'. Drown wont get 75 otet In tho and thero were songs by tho children county, $100 thut ho wont get 10,000 led by Mr. J. T. O'Halr, of Rowland. , s7ss. M. A. Middle-tonvotes In thu Stale, $100 thai Goobol It Just after dinner, Ilov. REPOKT OF THE CONDITION who wus master of ceremonies, orthu next governor, $100 that McLean comrades to mount their wins In Ohio und $100 that ho don't dered tbo horses and headed by tho band thoy THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, loso moro than ono bet. rodu up und down tho plko In cavalry AT STANFORD Not so Old. Mr. James Duddorar stylo und on their return went throngh the tayt thut Counellmun John M. Stono maneuvers that would havo been credit-abl- o In the Stale of Kentucky, at 1SW. cloie of buiineti Sept. Jth, wut wrong when hu told us thut tho to men much younger. Today Is James Dulton houso In tho Goshen children's duy und tho llttlo ones had KESOUKCES. section wat 105 ycart old. Ho helped prepared to inako It ono that will cot I.oana and ditcounK... ..... ....JlS7,f.ll build It M yearn ago, Mr. Duddcrar soon bo forgotten. Judgo T. '.. Mor- Overdrafti, secured and unsecured....... 7,70 H CO of about 400 row aud Eld. J. Q. Montgomery are V. S. Hoods to secure Circulation further addt that tho farm tl,0n0 00 l,Cb7 SO acres bad been In tho Duddorar fami- down for speeches and tho program Premium on U. S. Honda II 223 lii ly's possession slnco 1700, his grand generally is an Interesting on. Camp Stocki, securities, etc....... l, 00 furniture and fiaturet.. father, Sarauol Duddcrar, having first Urea and llro works were Indulged In Othstrtalcatate and mortgages ewntd 9,iW V0 1,372 owned It. last night and tho old soldiers fought Due from National llanks, not R 2,2.V)50 erstAcsDts,. over again Bomo of tho battles of the Tub Kentucky Pickaninnies consoli long ago. W. L. McCarty has tho re- Due from State Uanki and Hankers..... 4,M! 59 Due from approved reserve acDts. ....... dated with tho Old Kentucky Serena-dor- s sponsible Job of caring for man and Checks and other caih item,. ............. 1,342 06 will appear at Walton's Opora giving both splendid Notes olother Nat. Hanks... . 1,640 00 beast and ho is Houso on tho nlghtof tho 25th. Thuro attention. A squaro meal for 15u and a fractional paper currency, nickels and will bo a grand tllumlnatod first part ...............,........... 464 24 cent, horso foed for a like amount arc his 8,7l0 73 Specie. followed by an olio unequalled In hisIs certainly tho right man Legal tender notes prices. Ho 4,4S 00 H.J13 73 tory of minstrelsy. A most novel street for tho place. Mr. J. J. McKlnnoy, of Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer parade will bo given by tho 10 people. Mt. Salem, is tbo only veteran who j percent, of circulation.................. 3,143 00 Speclut printing and scenery Is carried. wears a Goobol button although many ................ 32ii S'JS 22 Total A bevy of pretty Croolo und Octoroon of tho 125 present may bo of like L1AU1L11ILS. girls apcar,iho whole being under tho faith, Thu crowd yesterday was Capital I tock. .............. f 100,000 00 management of John McCruckcn. .. 7,osti 31 m estimated at 800 to 1,000 und was u most Surplus fund......... orderly ono llttlo drinking and no Undivided profits, loss espeosei and taaea paid 663 V7 ONB of the participants in Monday's dlsordor whatever. Two of thu hand72,400 U) republican convention hud looked so somest women on tho ground were National Hank Notes outtiandiny Due to other National llanks.............. 3,73J II long on tho wlno whllo It Is rod, that Mevdumes W. L. and J. M. McCarty. Individual depotils subject to check I1I.SU2 vo full for uttoruueu, de)slt hu wus almost too 13.0W 3s believe In baud-som- e Deuiaud cerllucateeof those above "Tho McCarty bo 12 30 slated Liabilities otner toau In attempting to second Mr, wives," a gcntlumcu remarked to hosuld: "Tuke him mo. Mr. Ctcuro Heynolds and Dr. Total. .tJ.M.tVi tl any wuy, he's a good man, take h'm ut O'Uauiion were very much at homo aud STAiK OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, , a democrat und ho' ut good u tho enjoyed everything. Mr. Joab Itlgnoy, I, John McKoberts, cashier ol Tho "cheormun" wiggled of Casey, wbo (s Ju.t back from tho G. lUut, do J solcuiulv swear that the above named next ono." above stale and be. and thu leaders got Impatient, but tho A. H. reunion at Philadelphia, was rntnt isirue lothe oeu of mr knowledgeCashier. JOHN J. WcKOIItK lb, lief. dolcguto kept on till ho finished bis present, ltev. Iia Purlin 1. not u vetSubscribed and som 10 before roe this lull day W M lIllllllir.N. 1. L.C. rambling speech, when u sigh of relief eran but hu took as much interest In ol tM'l. IS'.'J. Vl'.A. rKIUULK, 1 escaped those who began to think that what was going on us any of them. w, r. wliu, I Dine J J. W IUmjsx Sheriff S. M, Owens I also on hand, thing would break up In u furco. tho 1 1,7-J- JL.MtTI No. 3132 UI Y IIMWIT Tlliv Glove Fitting" and American g Acknowledged by corset wearers to bo the leading corsets of America Wo havo them for lung, sltori, Como whi o atirtment is complete. Jo fancy prices but your monoy's worth. stout nnd thin folks. Jjajj -- 2 SEVERANCE Made on Lasts From A. to E. Toes. Cambridge, Ilcnloy, Xow Ixindon and Princeton Stock. & SONS. g3E9 ! gj ILUJlIHVi j -.- Patent ,. Calf, Enamel Calf, Vici Kid, 1 Russia Calf, Plain Calf. Tito Flnrshcim Patent Leather is Lighter, Neater and More Durable than any other made. Gentlemen wishine lie fijoRsn y SH0E)6 L l&rf FOR r--S Correctly Built Shoes Will do well to examine my stock. in. Call I D-- wu-g- JOHN F. JONES. GO TO JAMBS PRYB Kor nlco new Drv Goods and Notions, thu Xowcst TliinjM in Xcckties, CollarsjCuirs, Shirtsund Underwear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old and Young. Latest Style Shoes Tor Liidles, Men, Girls ami Hoys. TI10 very latest things In Clothing. 13 expeslenca In taking measures aud I can lit any old sliuiH). I will bo glad to furnish you uny day Id the ear suitable goods at bottom iirlces y)ar' Uankln-hou- JAMBS PRYB, Hustonville. Too Hot To Gook. lluy Uneeda lliscults, Uneeda Ginger Wafers, Drumniei Lunch Illscults. .... .... n, 1 Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, I'lckle, Olive, Iloino-Mnd- o Cheese, Ac, From HIGGINS & McKINNEY. iSTTry Grain) Nuts. Youwlllllke ; . i Wr ""'' b MiuVLtolrnlii CHURCHES AND PHEACHEBS. I Blanket como In vory handy theso cool nights, which nro a verltablo treat. JPrlAevTrw Jrasllart.elTAev3rei Thn trndo edition of tho INTERIOR Journal, was a hummer. Wo hnvo heard tnnny compliments from Casoy $1 county readers. ctt.rged. m- - When not .opaidoa.OO will be Thn nmtrnetod tncctlntr at tho Chris' linn church closed Sunday with about 20 additions, of which 17 were uy Dap- tlsm. Dr. L. J. Godboy, who has boon one TIME of tho attending whvslclans In the small pox district, returned homo last KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. week. He roports tho Sj cases on mo 1:0$ No. I AmlTcaal Stanford at mend. Thero arc 20 eases of small-i- x :" No. 4 UaTes Stanford at BT. No, 21 Arrlt..atl:owlndat U. at Jabcz, Russell county. 2. Mo. a Lcaie. Stanford at M. Tuvlnr and son. Jason, returned Saturday from a four weokg stay In KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Gillette is tninK-int- r Dakota. m ...lt3 Ss a m North attondlnir F. E.Dcwov demonstra Ho. Jl Train going North ....... 41 1 tho of ....W SSs.ni ;..IiS2pw tion In Washlnrton tho latter part of O.J3 " tho month. Mr. G. belonged to tho For allirolnts. 27th Indiana battery light artillery and TICKETS WILD. Eii'IOH 11A110AOE CHECKED TllllOUOll. was in Porto Rico. Kor any information enquire ' "tlnrlo Llsha" Glfford was very nlpnaantlv surnrlscd Tuesday by tho JOE S. K1CE, Agent, SUnlord, Ky. pouring In of children and grand children, bringing cakes, pics, etc., It bo-iAND CINCINNATI. JRANKFORT his 77th milestone. "Uncle 'Llsbn" Frankfort t 7 . v. and S:4D r. w., (lmrgelown with q. AC. and 1'arl. in"nleate 40 A. M. nd 5. 10 P. M. Leave reach-- l Is ono of tho spryest old men in tno IVurti tt"wholo country and can hold any of tho eonneclln? at and reaching Frankfort at 9;U youn jcr ones a paco in a flvo mile walk. "' ,Dl7:'j0SE lUUWTON. A. O. P. A. Caleb Powers, candidate or me raus for socretnrv of Stale. Is billed to Bpeak QUEEN & CRESCENT. hero Oct. 11. It Is needless to say a action City at lollowi: Tralni raw large and enthusiastic crowd will greet . ta,.ih 11W No. 42 North ..S "pnla this popular speaker. In fact people UOivm 45 a " " a" t Mom ' 112.1am the four winds to get a .. . CO a m will como from " 10 . 8 05 p m " Ho. no fur- - glimpse of the man that couldn't beat 1 and 2 do not flop Sand 10 run Ho. U- - u. Breck Hill. ther than Junction Clly. THEINTEK10R JOURNAL inl PEiR YEAR CASH lo raMH. Mi Eldor Joseph Hallou Is holding n protracted meeting at his church at Parks, vlllo. Tho Democrat says that Dr. Felix' mooting nt tho Winchester Baptist church had 21 additions. A Methodist church has been organized at Plum Point, Adair county, with 51 members, says tho News. Tho American Jewish Year Book just Issued estimates tho Jewish population of tho United States at 1,01.1,800. Elder R. Graham Frank has resigned tho "pastorate of tho Nlcholasvlllo Christian church and will locate in Missouri. gaZrirxrisp Keep Your Youth If N If vou are vounr von nat urally appear so. If you are old, why appear to? Keen Vfltmi, lnrrllif. rv will look aiter the out waruiy. You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray; advence agents of age. Stanford Fair Coforttf .Iwofinffon. ! J. TCULCHHY. representative of rpeclal CRUDER, HUflOELX CO." Thursday, Sept. 213 Days. Merchant Tailor. UT Weal till Klroct, Cincinnati, O . Will display ("ample at thei Bl Asaidi Hotel In .itaiifonl on llie SMh of Each Month. work. A All garments filled on. mlifit la nil ImiMSMlhllltv wllh this method nf Call and rxamlne latest doing huslneaa Campli-- t I nil anil ninier, imv-niw M) I'remiumtor ttoadtttr Hingt, Jli-- j I'rttnium fur Stulllf Harm, lliij l'reiiwimt in Ml ltinnt, . A Grtitt Time i 11 A YSIX, toey. A. CA llll, Vrt ; C S. lbi-rtted- J. V..STJTTQTM Undertnltor, KcutucUy Hnstonvillo, JOHN 14 C. PKPPLES of Lincoln County p- - gg -.- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, TWWW1! Stanford. Ky. OfflcwT' McRoberU' Pro Store In the Owsler Building. jtG.JrtcClVFY UNDEETASEHI And Dealer In HAB2TIS83, SADDLIEY, &0. KY. STANFORD, p)ms&p The Compounding ot Medicines. la V - mmtr &jj$R mn-w dono with absoluto PRESOKIPTION accuracy in our DEPARTMENT andthe rtunlity of all drugs used Is of a r vory high grade. The physician's success in tho treatment of diilicult cases is dependent on the purity and freshness of,;the drugs. Huve his orders filled hero and tho', result will tie highly satisfactory. Come to Sco Us. Penny's Drug Store. "W llend Punctures and Do All Kinds cf Eepilrlnj. THE DANVILLE CYCLE CO., DANVILLE, KY No. 115 Third tt. mmmKmK9tl0mttWlH9i The Favorite Lino IxOTJlBVUiliU TO Rev. Wnteon, of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, hold a meeting at Marrowbone church In Barren and had 20 additions. Rov. A. F. Kelly, of Harrodsburg, was loudly hissed In tho Newport conference for expressing approval of tho conviction of Dreyfus. Tho meeting at Waynosburg church conducted by Revs. Ira Partin nnd J. T. Stamper has resulted so far In 2.1 uddltlons nnd thrco will bo baptized this afternoon. The dedication of tho Friendship Baptist church, on Silver Creek, will take place on Sunday, Sep. 17. Rev. J I. Wills, of Winchester, will preach tho dedicatory sermon. E. J. Howard, a Mlddtcsboro lawyer, and democratic nomlnco for Congress from the 11th district In 1890, has been licensed by tho East Concord Assocla tlon to preach In tho Baptist church. Dr. William H. Whltsltt, former president of tho Southern Baptist The ological Seminary, who has gono tn HUBBLE. Europe, was glvon a complimentary la a settled fact now that our corn banquet by Louisville friends tho night Jt crop is the shortest ono for years, tho before his departure Rev. Ben Helm, who Is now located drouth having caught both the early nt 140 W. Collego Street, Louisville, and lato planting. Bob Austin is finishing up tne wnea. writes that ho Is just up from a spell of threahlnir in this nelchborhood and sickness, tho severest ho has experimost of It has It has been sold In the enced In 12 years, adding "But praise last few davB at Coc T. C. "Rankin and tho Lord, Ho delivered mo Instantly, as s. n.inh.ir hnucht 63 vearllne cattle of tho brethren were praying when there a party from Cumberland county last was but a stop between me and death, at weak nt about 1c. J. C. Eubanksbougnt 3:30 1. M. last Lord's day." Rov. Alex Redd, presiding elder of a nice poldlng of Lawrence Rogers for got 18 out of tho tho Shelbyvllle district, announced nt $180. George Wood i wild hnirs ho boueht of A. J. Rice a Newcastle that ho will support Goobel Kentuck-Ian- . few days ago. J. C. Eubanks bought for governor, says the Paris He said that his Information con at 50 stock ewes of G. A Swinebroad cerning Mr. Goebel was of such u char $4. is visiting friends in acter as to lead him to believe that tho H. C. Walter mako a governor Jessamine county. Bud LongBtoo has Covington man would plain people, might become tired of farming and gone to that people, tho .va MiiiMQfi tn nrnrtc ft.cain. Mr. Fin- - trust. Rev. W. F. Taylor, of Shelbygoing to Man vllle, Is another Goebel supporter, and ley Purdom Is talklng-oto live. We dlsllko to givo nis Is thoroughly familiar with the Kenton chester and Mr. Longston's families up as they man and his character. The Northern Methodist conforonco will be missed in the community. Mrs. Minor, of Louisville, is visiting mado tho following appointments for Steele Presiding relatives here. Mrs. A. C. Carman Is this, tho Lexington district: by vUltlni her daurhteJ. Mrs. C. C. Sink, Elder, E. B. Hill; Albany, supplied Mrs. Sam Hlckle, Of R. F. Hills; Bethel Ridge, L. R. In Lexington. Creek, supplied by J. G. Arabro, Tean., Is visiting her moiner, Mr. Arthur Pitman; Gradyvllle, S. L. Crouch; Mrs. Betsy Spoonamore. Harrison, F. L. Barnett has just returned from New Grant, W. G. Boughn; Crouch; Highland, N. II. Thompson; York City, to see his brother Winfrey, Loxington, who has been sick, but Is much Im Holly Hill, T. J. Perkins; Mlddleburg, L. H. glad to note this F. C. proved now. Wo are neighborhood clear of typhoid lever Purdam; Nlcholasvllle, R. D. Bivcns; Pulaski, G. H. Ebrlght; Riley, L. F. again. Powell; Salt Lick, G. W. Howes; ShelFROM A GOOD OLD DEMOCRAT. byvllle, F. T. Kelly; Somerset, J. G. Dover. Ransom, Kas., Sept. 10 Thinking some of your readers might like to COLORED that RECRUITS WANTED. hear from this part of tbo country, I Tho recruiting otllccr at Lexington, will wrlto a few lines. This is a pretty to prairie country. Ills what might bo Ky., has just received Instructionsmen colored rolling pralrlo and 1b covered enlist sound, called a cavalry service In the Philippine with buffalo grass, which Is very nu for and horses doing excel- Islands. Theso men nre wanted atonco tritious, cattle apply Immediately to the lent on It. Cattle uro In good shape nnd should recruiting olllco at Lexington, Ky. and are very high, spring calves selling 18 and 21 years of agu for $20, yearlings bring from 125 to $.15 Boys between must have written consent of parents deand not near enough to supply the witnessed by a third permand. Horses keep In splendid con or guardian, winter and sum son. dition on pasturo hero IW. HKWAIIP, 1100 mer, without any stabling wtiaiover. to par will pleawl that learn The rcadera of Wheat farming is carried on quito tint there ! at IhU one dreadulledU-amen raising ha been able to cure In all lie !,," and that extensively here, bomo e Cure la ln it Catarrh, llall'a CatarrhIbe medical uuly fraternity from 5,000 to 10,000 bushels yearly. cure now knowu lu a This Is an extraordinary county In Calirrh being a constitutional dlUs, riiuln lj con.tltutlonii treatment llall'i Catarrh Lure directly uiwn the some respects. For drouths, high liken Internally, actlug the ir.teui, therebybll de audmucoui iurlacet of g and kI'Iuk winds, good roads and homely women the foundation of the diabase, theiomtUu-tlonanup bo beat, yet there are somo very lheiatlelittreuilhby biilldluir III work. Tho it can't lllog nature In doing jw. faith pretty women hero, but nono comparo iimpriton bare mi muchHntidmlIn In curative any IMlar. for en, that IheeollirOne Send lor Utt of leallniou e Hut It falla to cure. with old Kentuck on that subject. Hurrah for Goobel, Breckinridge, lala. V J. CHENEY A CO- - 1 "led0. North and tho wholo democratic tick Hold br PruM.. ,o. Family 11U are Hie beat. et and I would urge all of my friends to llaU'a support thorn first, last and all tho Low Rates to Detroit. Sovertlmo. Here's hoping that Goobel will eign Grand Lodge I. O. O. P., Septemcarrv old Kontuclc by 10,000 and that ber 12 to 21. Ticket8atlow rates 10th John It McLean way curry Ohio by and 17th via tho Qucun & Creecont to 20,000 and tho democrats mako big Cincinnati. Ask' agents for full partic gains all over tho U. S. Hero's to the ulars. ng . n--f Pills-bury; nblo-bodl- ed jl-tlritro-lnd ca-- ulijprt lo the nctlon of the deniovrallc par ty. Your support la solicited Iaacnndldatofor Jailer the ro.le oflVe.t llrenU Otr.rshUwrrlcealo and Casay counties. Kull Hock ol (Xifflmand Cask etsalwaysoa baud 1. 8. Carpenter, Manater, Ayersg Hair Ml SaClafliHl i Oolddiiithnrws combined wllh Ibe mml ijopii lar .train, of harness ami sad II hnra niakine llie iMiublneil mudilf r Jersey will all ruiere.l and , hen.le.ltiy the lnhre.1 lV.lroliull.o M"H. "how .1.. iuimji,) n.l .l,i Inrjma IVlrn Maoram wenlwooTMr tnoper's wlnDlsn wertake svi herd at the ot ill rair nwuwi narnn and '"""! loi.pe.1 with Mlldevr., IVrle., intoftl. Southdown ihw. IWaadl hlnaand lluik ! and bre.1 fum Ibe hire bos. Individually ImlberdiofK.nluay ilr.rranable Cum. what you snl aDdsivor write K lU.IH. Manlord, Ky. We. guirantee eve rylhW ..rr.'re".",., 'J "' V WAtTUN, W (,I0. Plain and ra.hlonahln Sewing Culling and j Waler Worka it. rilling it wclall FOR SALE. . R. A. JONES, DENTIST, Stniiford !' " Ky. tr MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, Tho Soamstross. BEHZLEY f HOTEL. W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., wiyvi i GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Lenucastcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltnllvd Air. Office In I Bplendld Accommodatlnna. nnd s"utpbur Well. Close U lH-sRules Reasonable. I'lno Water il will surely restore color to gray hair: and It will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life. Do not allow the falling of your hair to threaten you longcrwith baldness. Do not be annoyed with dandruff. U'c will send you our book on the Hair and Scalp, free upon request. Wrllm to tho Doctor. If Jon Uo net ftbtaln el! the bene-Uf- a you expre'ed 1mm Ihs u of the visor, rlt the fleeter about It. IfftbiAbli; there U soens rttfilctiltT with yonr aenral iTttem which mar r f ailty t cinoTcd. Aadreti, lilt. J. (' AVER. Lowell, Mas. ( u TO STOCK MEN I ance. tho New Thompson l'hj.lclan In attendTS Ilulldlng. 1 ?, FHAIJCISCO, rrcjrletcr,, have on hand Stock Hops, Cows, Calves and other stock for AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. sale. Call on or write to me if rate, eon.blereil. llct Hotel In the mountain., atleallon you need any of the above. u IVwtetlue.lalltralOfc men II. FRITH HOTEL. !pcclal lo Hat-elln- J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. John Mason Hotel Ijaiicustcr, Mle. rneot CmTl.tw. llHtcKi.Miitxit AktiiViiU. Limiiuw Crij:Mx, MRS. U, U, 81Mlt?0N, I'ror.. t first-claw Kentucky. 89 ROYAL nSTSURANCB Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Porter Everything all trains. COMPANY O. Liverpool. Hie DR. R. COLDSTGIN, OXo. 511 Fourth Ate., Just Like a u-i Mill. Meal. (hll- - Louisville, - Kentucky, ll'iVf be atntr. Ilran. Chicken Feed. Ac. cheaper at St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Wed- inv llco than any where m town, a irii Is all I ask. I iH'ilero my eacbange will t Managers Southern Department. nesday, Oct. 11th, . HA.I II.U. r..e and I tllfslpi) lltier- ul transactions. . ntyl full weight My coods General Officer, Columbia Ilulldlng, . . lUluming one day inttith month. ....- uuuernr s t.i tt...... lr..ll. cntnu rrom Ky. (34) MURRIS FREUD SclertlSully Mills and are No. 68. Eyes Ensilnoi tul.aiusit Telephone AijMted. at the You take your Wheat and Porn to Morrl. Largest Klre Insurance) Coinany In Prrtl's Eicliangn In Win. Ilauguerly'a shop World. In Ptanford and gel In eicbani;e flour and v.mi cm sImi hur flour. Barbee & Castle man, Louts-l.rlll- lm,r. ., .,.. r. ilmt-clas- NOTICE I J. GINSBURQ, Of Lonisvlllc, Will open a ! FARM FOR SALE. Contains lliS ncres and l In a splendid state of cultivation. On the lllark plke.SS mile from llu.touTille and H, from dwelling of Ilasonlta ..tit.. Isasotlltv fle rouroa .1 -- ... ttrfXMAf1 outbQilcltnp. Hplrnilld orclmrtl giKnl well nnutwo.pnnKs. Iluotonvllle, Ky. More-laud. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Louisville, Ky., The mint centrally located and only av(. .,,,,.. FIKST-CLiLS- S Hotel lii the A Racket Store FARM FOR In tho INTERIOR JOURNAL MMMiINO. next door to tlit Lincoln Couuty National lUnk, on Bcptcmticr 23. with a fall nnd Il.)jand ClilUlri-ii'- s rtimplvtn Hue of . Clotlitne, lbjotn. Pliiioe, MuU und FurnUli-IncCiNiU- a. It will pay every one to wall fur they until the Racket Storo la will sell cixMlt clienpcr than Sl.infurd aiitl surrounding country jioople over henrtl of. - SALE l"f" OR TRADE. uni.n.ii.i r..M nriiAvMln Southeast Kants ll i miles fnmi the Mi.mu.rl line l.eeil iihsI farmln country. Iblckly settled. WillKen nnea.y lerm.or Irade . for farm In.ItCentral las a is..Ba turky. aniay !,'" io aaadhS ialanford, - Ky. -Address lloa . trade. (T) SO One block from the principal chopping district nnd two blocks from the three principal theatres, Street car pas the door to all pirlsof tho City. Kvcrythlng neat nnd clean. $2. :r.a.t:e. city making a PUBLIC SALE OF Lund And Personalty ! On Tuesday, Sept. 19th, llcglnniugnt 10 A. u., on tliuprumWes, I will sell to the highest bidder Hit) fnrrn of Ilia Said farm contain 130 Into J. H. Mci!lnry. acres, iltimti'il four tnlleM from SUnfocjI, Ky. turnpike aud near the hlmiford It III gotxl statu of cultivation, well wittered and land lava splendidly. There nro y gixid frumo dwelling boutr-- i and oilier out bulldlngv. gool orclmrtl Ac. AVIll In) divided. sell as a whole or can 11 tho At same tlmo mid pliicii I v.111 tM-I'oiisUtlug of koino extra good two cowa. calves, horses und d stcem. Tear-olhogs, alto farming Implements, household und kitchen furniture, poultry Ac. Easy term on hind. 1'o.somIoii given any nec-tur- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, FIRE, B. G. FOX, LIFE & INSURANCE. Oniy the best companies represented. 12, Initilriea solicited. K. 11. MAIIONY, Agt., Slanfonl. Located Brl:k BetldenM In Kentucky, with 57 acre: Land well laprc7ei fcr Sale. M:atl-call- .".- Horses nnd Mules censtantly on hand and for sale ut all times. to ritely :f CHICAGO. I. J. that long may It llvo und long may It wavo o'er the land of tho free and tho homo of the bruvo old Ken. tueky. Vai. Faoaly. IIISLIVe IVAtflUVEI). Trains Morning and Evening from Un Mr J. E. IJllr. a prominent citizen of Hannlual, ton Station, 10th and Broadway. trout a Mo, latilT uada wonderful dclitcraui-ol It lie "I wa frightful dealt., in Passenger desiring information and taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into 1'ueumo. Iwuwwtikl mtea to isconsln, Minnesota, bebra.ka ula. MylUDgalcaiiiebardfOl. lilng belwd me. ell up Intnl. Nu' ud points in the far West, including Cal- couldn't toaoou dleofCou.uiuiillou, when I beard entiled uollle Klug'a ifornia, should address oflr .H I New DiKuwy. It Hue liiTJTBliB ga . WI1 unit lik nui nJtrouk'. Iraittujr too. h wuih lu n.i.l null Itfkt (Jen. Pass. Agt , ....... HlT. - ..Ka. lu pralw." . Frank J. Reed, -- . mirvwiouauiwin-iii1 ". lliu E. II. ISacon, Din. Pass. Agt. cure lu the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. A Jack, tho Throat Cutter, Is making ltcgularUouentaaudi, Trial botllu free at a Drug Store, erery boltle guaranteed. Vlco-PrtIVun-'& Oon. Mgr. W.U. McUoel, life miserable for Richmond, Vu.. No m m Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. crocs. Several navo ucou masucu TIIEEAOtC, KIMO Or AI4. B1IIDS, across tho throat lu tho dark and ono I noted for lu keen sight, clear aud -persous who uao will dlo. vUlon. Bo aro thwe s Sutherland' Kaglo Eye Balvo for weak eye. WEAK KTM AHE VIAUB STltOXU, to pay top prices In cash for Httee. soreuieaof any kind or granulated And willing Chickens, Eggs. Eeulbeni. Bucks, Uecse, Dim elslou made clear, atjea removed and Wax. Turkeys.Oluseng, Yellow Hoot, lit giuuulated lid or sore ujes of any kind Copper, llraw, Iron aud Ilido of all kind, Bud Parmley was held undor 8300 speedily aud effectually cured by the use of tlouea. Also will bo in the market for wool, tSvu me and (et uy price before Killing, and bond to answer tbo uhargo of attempt-int- r Sutherland's Eagle Eyo Halve. It's put up For cash. Call at iny headquarters. to criminally assault Miss Muttlo In tubes, and sold on a guarantee. Kt spot l'cuce's Offlcc, near Depot, titan 4 sale at IVauy's Drug Store aged 20, In Wayne. Howard, It. UOMNbON Ky. ; eu ' ilnt . A WOUD TO MOTHERS. Mothers of children nllecled with croup or a severe uo.d need not hesitate to administer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate nor narcotic lu any form and may ihi given as confi. .t....,lu t.i tin, lixl.n Ha tn un adult. Tho great success that has attended Its use lu me trentuicni ui coma nuu ciuuii um for it the approval and praise It has ri- -- ..to,.,! itmini.liniit ilin ITnltml Ktalea and In many forelgu lands. For sale by Craig iS JIOCKur, ITUggiau. m s. dla-thi- et WAILTTEiID t nl, The shore roierty la known a. the John Chrli-maU and I. nnuplul now by lui. Cortey risnui, Una well si lll.briiy Ihebouw THE and ail door, a kim1 orchard a tiew ! A new torn, '.urine tn outliulldlni. SYSTEM. rri'air and the laml In a koo.1 stale of .ultiatlon SOUTH'S A. we bars met wllh a ureal loss by are recently wo want to sell Ik la prowny and any one who J.aMvUL-AUY.'Kxr- . wanla It would do well lu write to Stanford, Ky. JAMES MlKl.CIIMi:, llajeullle, . PENETRATE ' Wealw hare lor tale a bunloena room, brick. corner of the public Ik lasiofxetln the r)KyW, and uvuvlwl by GREAT mure In MontliTllo, Kernaas an txrlune lor Hour, meal GOOD and fwl. This Is a. K'- -l aitaml a. Ihers 1. In Kentucky, Teunnsare, Virginia, Oeorgla Montitello for business, rur i'Srluulsrssud term. North and South Carolina, ddrMS llie abue Alabama, Mississippi. Near Lancaster, a tract of 309 acrea. all In nnu boundary, save sepuratud by idko. U'tii-quttThe first tract It wltliln a half mllu of ! IK) ucresof which l In grass with 3 linui.es, and 10U acres cf fresh lunil to go In Iletween Louisville and the South. corn. Just acroas tho Crnb Orchard plko Is 103 acrea, all to go In cultivation. Also a C7 acre tract. trt of which la now I will sell to the highest bidder on tliu premIn grass, the remainder to go In wheat. ises the farm of the late A. O. Nnnlnnd, sitAll the laud Is well watered. Would pre- uated at Cedar Creek Station on the L. A N. Each way between Louisville and Lexington fer to reiit lliu land to 0110 party J oar after R. It , on the Stanford A Crab Orchard nlke, year, eveu mile from Stanford and tlireu from W. A. TURK, O. V. A.. Washington, I). U. Crab Orchard. W. II. TAYLOE, A. Q. P. A. This Farm CcaUlns 193 Acres cf Land, Liul.villj. K Subject to tho widow's dower, well ImprovHas 3:o ed with now residence of eight rooms, two One mile Eastot l'reaclieuvlllo. acres. CO In grass, the remainder to go In halls, porches uud cellars, two burns aud all such as cultivation 1 well watered, and has good necessary outbuildings, Two never smokefulling house, buggy house, etc. house uud barn, sprltgs. convenient to school house, church10 acrea lu cultiAbout es and poet-oulcvation, balance In bluo grass. The farm will be offered lu two tracts, the widow's In Lancaster a largu houso ot eight room, dower of 15 acres with Improvements, 118 liulugcentrully located can bo used with unimproved. The bid or bids acceptn advantagu as a boarding-housgreater sum. Any one wishing Information may utiply which reallto the of seeding In The pur the till chaser has the right Ky., J. M. ORAN1), Lancaster, Ivy, to with full possession of the Us acrea Jan. I, luoo cash, balance In six IiIh Tkums. One-thir- d C ur cent, tuteiest with ! and 12 months with ON security. Lieu retained ou the laud fur the purchase money. I will sell at same time and place some coudsllng of bedroom Goods Warranted. house hold-good- s, i couch, tables, etc. Sale will begin a. would like to take options on good farms I In Lincoln County, 1'or terms and particuFit Guaranteed, ! l M. 1'or further Information uddress II. V, NK1VLANI). Exur., WM. LANUUKAK. lars address (Give IliaiaCaU. I'reachersvllle.Kyt Krlgerr Ky. to Soutiiern Railway HHTKT LAND FOR RENT. EIGHT STATES Public Sale of Land Through Sleeping Cars On Saturday, Sept. x6, '99, THREE DAILY TRAINS A Good Stock Kent. Farm For HOUSE FOR RENT. H. C. RUPLEY. Stanford, The Merchant Tailor, FARMS OPTIONS WANTED. lu Rccclvluu Spring & Huitiiuer Goods. st, i . apaJtHJlAfci JU4j V,