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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 19, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899091901_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 19, 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. XX.V11L NEWS OF THE VICINAGE, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1899 10 A. M. MIDDLEBURG. LANCASTER. NO. 58 iikodhkad. ,4 JA W. A. Carson liaa Improved W. C. Thu DreyfiM cuse had miuuhviiri Stock companies will bo formed to Tho Clnclnnntl Southern p.illilii. niiiiiri imp ilmmiIc, Imt erect n foundry and nn lee plant as soon ''nblo's house wonderfully with a cout taken out of tho hands o( n, receiver. of paint V. II. Morgan lias been appointed thu Utter U thu p.ibjul liio- -t li?oiWed as water works nro constructed. If you need n voal pjr 0f mules In my next letter I hopo to bo able to Pulaski county. HgltlO postmaster at Sawyer, cheap see J. II. Albright. Alto n gcr.-t- lo Tie dnniih'min aroiiDd here are o give to you tho name o' tho next Ilyo It tho names ! a now poitolllce tn uny. of the o'cctlnu of Uuebwl ami tins lor Garrard county. Vh,ltloy mid Mis Hifsan Carr has been Miss Lizzie Slmp-o- n and Kph Ilrown, en'iro Stale ticket. Thu farts ire For shoes, bats, gents' furnishing, appointed to keep It. of Luucutcr, f,ont Sunduv with Miss pi!p.irlng lliiMiiffliiM to -- ry .trunk, valise, etc., go to Caldwell Charles W. llotitn anil not J. U. Lanier's, Danville, nnd get best valueo- - ,IoI,,u Thurmond at Hotel Frith. Owens was npotntd postmaster at "lrnu(l,",MfrHud.'' Albert Owens, iheelgbl-enr-o!- d sen Tho writer Is In receipt of crint, nf for least money Cumberland Hall. Mr. W. II. Hush, of St. Louis, Is with of Henry Owims, died of uphold fevir Citizens of London aro protesting "American'' and "I'lfeiloin" puMlrhtil nnd was burled Friday. Tim parents oiralnsl tho proiwsltlon to havo soldier at Munlla. P. t. Tnesc publication mid his father, Dr. W. A Hush. The Maof our 'rlcinl and son Hotul is being painted red ahd U. nru iiiitiiit heart-brokover their Maochcs-to- r. the ooiiipllim-ri- t sent to escort tho Orllllns to los D Simpson Is smiting. former cnmraile, Itobi t Hill y J. Thninu Cherry, who nns about Your ciirretixitn'cni Is In rtivlp' ' u Dwelling houeo are In demand here Tho Richmond Water & Ltebt Its back tax leMr from A'hnrt Kwncj dn'-compromised and u capitalist would make money by 7j uv'lcs in itnd.ut'iiuiiil Hrodbuud, will has S't fie serins to be tuHlni: III building n few cottage to rent. Tho lay .i urtliu of it nut In hit and tell suit, which was for several lhoiinnd FrancNt'o dollars, with tho city, paying (1, 140.10. thn entlro Weitrii cuiintiy, Inn wj Methodists are unable to get a houic them In th event we get ihti new ralliiMiit UiIf land will Im very valuable. Tho Lancaster flouring mills have ut.o.Tiiiln us to what bo would tio wtiuu for their now preacher. Mrr. Mutigle Holiiiun, who hue been been forced to shut down on account of tho comniuulcatlon was written. Our railroad boom Is still on nnd our 111 (or some time, Is Improving. ts. Mr. und Mrs. John Wesley celebrated livoplo ure delighted with the Mrs. tho lack of water. Tho electric plant Tho rlrhi of way committee is J. H. Cass Is also on tho mend. .1. E. has baruly enough to run with, says their woolen weddlnir lat Wednesday and n goodly number of their many preparing to be ready to deliver It on Cox was tho guest of Miss Neville Carthe Record. Thomas Crook, Howard Asher, Hen- frfends were present (with presents) u sliver waiter as soon us tho surrey Is son Sunday. Capt. Evans reports tho birth of a ry Hubbard, John Hubbard and Wil- and a mot enjoyable time was hud and completed. Hon Jumcs D. Dlack, of Harbour-vlll- c, freak pig. It has only one head, but liam UrtiRitnatt wore hold In MOO each u mot sumptuous dinner served. Her. P. L. Creech, who has been thut pure und uble advocate of two distinct bodies, eight let's, two at London for fighting at a church.car-ryln- g puMor of the Mlddlcburg M. V. church democratic principled, will speak ut tails, &o. Unfortunately tho curiosity coneculcd weapons, etc. Lightning sturuck Sherman Cotton's for tho pnHt three years, will go to tbo court honso here next Monday, at died, but It will bo preserved in ulco-ho- l. houao near Coltonaburir, MndUon coun- Oddvillo, Hnrrlion county. A Hov I::t0 i. it. Come and hear the truth, A large crowd of our young people ty, but n cat was tho only thing killed-Ill- s Mr. Purdom, of Ohio, who was udmlt-tc- d free from enry und prejudice. Into tho Kentucky conference at A Mid Continental exposition will be attended the box supper nt Mnrctsburg llttlo child, who was playing with given ntOakloy Park, Cincinnati, Sept. Saturduy night and had u good time. No.Kirt, will coma to this place. It, was not hurt In tho least. Tho writer commenced writing to the 23 to Oct. 7, during which thore will Dick Pike tool; a car load of children G. W. 1'urcoll, of Tcrro Haute, Ind , a labor agitator, was arrested at I'ltts-bur- g, Loulsvlllo Dispatch the first Issuu and bo u gigantic horse show, a good prize up in his big wagon. They were chapand placed In jail at loniioo to has never missed a number of that pa- stock show for horses, ehecp and eroned by Miss Llzzlo Herron. J. D. Hnmm arrested .Tnmes Huddle answer to charges In five warrants, ac- per. A certain rad of tho town Is pay- snlne, four days of racing and a Midcusing him of precipitating a strlku of ing us for tbo paper until after thu way ope if all the time. Tbc railroads son Saturday afternoon. Ho was wantelection. It Isjilraniru Indeed a repub- will give low rates. ed at Danville for cattlo stealing and coal miners In lican has no use bi all for thu Loutsvlllu Tho second story of the walls of the f forgery and an olllcer from that place Wllllum White, colored, of I'arke-vlllcharged with tho murder of Hob. Commercial, if they can get tho Dis- nuw hotul Is up und the other story camo. after him that hlght, Huddlcson would bo finished tn 10 days If the Is about IS and vigorously protests bis ort Knox, wa acquitted. Tho proof patch or Post. It seems that there Is not a democrat timber was at hand. The walls Innocence. showed that Knox had been guilty of A. E. nicketts, uncle of Miss Nevlllo Improper relations with White's wife. tn this leglslativa district that will of tbo Owsley block aro ncaring comIn the suit of Mrs. Susan Pitman sicrlflco (V) hlintclf In tho Interest of pletion, water works will be voted ard Carson, of this place, nnd who was hero"ills party to make the ruce for repre ull things will be reudy for a banquet at the fair, died In Loulsvlllo a few against the L. .V N., for falluro to proper bridge and road on her sentative. Tho truth of the matter h when the first train runs over the days since, aged 03. A wife and two procrty, the Jury awarded her J2S0 with the apathy In the ranks of the c Southern extension. Tell Judge Sauf-le- y daughters, Mcsdamcs J. H. Ulackburn o. p. a good democrat could havo won, und Col. Hill thut wo wunt them to and Ed Schwoltzcr, survive. He was a damages. Advocate. oi would havo been abto to hare scared make seeche) on that occasion nnd they contractor. moiuTpukss COMl'LI.Mi:NTS tho rails out of It, the raco would nine will have Itttlo time to pruparo for it. There are no bolters arouna our been io warm. As uncut, I offer a very desirable town, but on tho contrary all democrats Or OL'lt IIIO TU.UK KMTION. The drouth In this section Is assum- residence on Danville avenue for Mile aro warm for Gocbel. We uro llvlne Tbo Stanford INTEKIOK JOCKNAL n handsome Illustrated edition o ing almost direful aspects. Pastures ut ."i,000. Tho bouse contains 10 rooms In hopes of hearing Senator Goebcl, Blackburn and somo other 12 paces Friday. It Is well worthy uro dried up as nru also tho branches, and is a valuable residence, well locatthose excellent newspaper men, the springs, etc. Nearly everybody wa ed with ail necessary out buildings. big guns hero before tho campaign tering tbclr stock. Late corn is not There nro ID acres of laud attached, closes. A barbecue at tbo fair grounds Walton. Cynthlana Democrat. if spoken of. I.STKHIOK JOL'UXai. half. Nearly all the wells In upper fronting liW feet so as to be divided InTho Stunford Mrs. Jerry Frith showed your correIssued a handsome boom edition of 12 Uj'.tc are colng dry. Wc haren't had u to several building lots, which nrc very pages last week. The paper was taste- rain for fire weeks and from present valuable now us 17 residences have spondent a sweet potato that is not only fully Illustrated and filled with good lropects there Is no relief In sight. gone up here this year and they are remarkable for its size, but for Its peThadust along Main Street in the lower still In domand. This offer Is good only culiar shupo. Mrs. Frith has an envla-bircadtng matter. Courlcr-Journshoo-ankdeep. reputation us a gardener. By the until tho bulldlnc of the new railroad Stanford iNTHltlOlt JOUUNAL, part of town Is Tho way she has a very bandeoma young son The M. A. Literary and Debating is assured. by halves, which never doc anything o, who Tho Pharisaical wiug of the demo- named for Gov. McCrea-was out last week In one of tho hand Society was called to order Friday Is now sulTerlnc; tortures with a 12 pane Industrial Issues wo night by President J. IX. Kolsay and cratic party claims that Mr. Goebcl soraoil opened by song and prayor. One of was once nn Advocate of the single gold stonebruisc and u soro toe. havo ever seen. Plnevlllo Courier. All trains take water hero and yet Tho Stanford ISTEKIOIt JOL'UNAI. thu features of the session was a song standard. Suppose he was. Ho Is now Illus- by thu Middleburg male quartette. inline and that Is sulllclent. If we aro there Is abundance of water, notwithus this week as a camo to trated pacr. Tho edition Is truly a Tho subject for debate was, "Resolved to bo judged by what we have been, we standing tho drouth Our pcoplo aro handsome piece of newspaper work and That our Nation Is In Moro Danger are of all icoplo tho most miserable. hoping to see Southern Kail road trains From Internal Faction Than External Head of tho 11th hour servant, tho stopping here for water, Ac, before reflects credit upon all coneornud. Foe.' Anirmatiro, Miss Klla Williams prodigal son and tho lost sheep. Apply many months. Besides furnishing waKlklon Progress. and Fred Durham. Negative, Miss these principles In tho social and po- ter to the engines, Brodhead furnishes KNTEKPIUSING The Stanford JOUIINAI. Issued u very hand-som- o Annlo Short nnd Clarcnco Coleman. litical world and llfo will be less bur lunches to tho train men, the Frith" hlslorlcul and trado edition of Tbo judges very wisely rendered their densome. Mr. Goobol has all tho char- Hotel sometimes preparing ns many as acteristics necessary to make a model 100 a day. Tho railroaders know tho 12 pages. It rcllcclcd great credit decision In favor of tho negative. are ulso u feature of tho socl-- o governor nnd h's enemies will admit it reputation of Brodbead's hotels nnd In the upon tho town and was a feather they cat here when they can. before tho Mowers bloom again. cip of Kdltor Woltan. LoulsvllU ty. D. H. Totten, independent candidate, There were but two papers In tho Mr. John Mount, of La Grange, was Times. district In with his uncle, H. E. Mclloberts, last for representative, spoko at Albright's INTKKIOK onttre 11th Congressional Tbo trado edition of tho '90, which espoused tho cause of Hryan. Sunday. Cant. V. C. McFarland, of Hall Saturday night to a good crowd JOUit.N'At. ssucd last Friday was profusely Illustrated and full of good There was ulso no Goebcl Election law Now York, who distinguished bimsel' and was vociferously applauded. He things, but it Is useless to call attention then nnd It was In '00 that the greatly by gallantry at Santiago, and who has dwelt ut length on tho Cblnn Book bill, which bu heartily favors, and showed to It from tho fact Ilro. Walton novcr expanded republican majorities were been retired ns captain from tho reguuny but good things. Mt. dally sent In (for a week) from tbo va- lar service, was hero with relatives where the pcoplo of Rockcastlo and sends out rious counties. With an honest elec- lust week. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery Oil- Laurel would save thousands of dollura Vernon Signal. by Its passage. Mr. Totten wants Tho I.NTEltlOlt JOCHKAL did Itsolf tion and a fulr count thero are going to ed Eld. Powell's pulpit last Sunday, yearly proud with their mam become surprises In store when tho when he preached an ablo sormon. An a wbolo coach for tho colored passenand Stanford result I obtained In November next. Infant relative of Mrs. Hunley Single- gers and bo will catch tho darkey vote moth trado edition lut wuuk. Tho espousal of It. Thero Is talk of contained 12 pages of good write-up- s Tho p.tpers in this district that are ton was kicked and killed by u horse by his tho republicans putting out another well buttling fur Goobol and tho entire last Friday in Madison county. of Lincoln county, which wuro ticket urn the Adair County Nuws, Messrs. Knbcrt Henry, W. D. Wulk-c- r cundidato for representative, a certain cuts Illustrated with half-tonSomerset Journal, Mlddlcsboro llccord and W. H.'collter, Jr., wore cburg-e- d wing of tho party uot favoring Mr. Now. and London Kuntucklun. Theso papers with destroying tho oloctrlo lights Buthurum, und lu tho ovont there are Tbo tH:clal edition of tho iNTEitlOll aro doing good work In tho Interest of lust Saturday. When tho oxamlniug thrco candidates in thu Hold, Mr. Tot JOUUN'AL, Stanford, U creditable and und should bo recognized us trial was called by Judge Hurnsldo on ton will win bands down. Tho way artistic. Wo expected something nlco democracy cllqua C. C. doing such. Prldav. thev waived examination und Mr. T. scored tho court-houwhen Brer Walton set In on tho job; that nominated Mr. Helhurum was a for W00 for their appear caution. gavo bond and wu got it. Tho cltUuns should show MILLIONS ilVi:S AWAY. It lir!luly k'ratlfjltit: loth" I'tiUIC lot no of onro boforo tho circuit court. Ilunill their upprociatlou of tho extra etlortlu uiim im-?r- in me una wm CHURCHES AHD PREACHERS, airsi.i io i ton & Kobiusoo represented tho do- r. a substantial munner Ulchmoud KiturriiMttollir nw.ly unl lulwiluz. lbs iOrle-trof I'r Kliu'a Nro lllMinery I r Ounuiultiu, fond.ints and II. H. Tomllnson assisted us L'ouah ami ttiMa. be Klvm aoayuotr Irii lull- uo ptosecution, Tho Eld. J. G. Livingston tolls Eld. thut hatv trial tattlta till, Tto iNTKitiOit Jouunai. camo out llou aatbtar Hon ofolkuowln unstt mrIktiir, anilrtiio.1 Mr. Owsley In highly A. It lt. alululWjr thi, connected and If tho meeting held by him und young mon nro with u lano Industrial edition last UiouMiiiuaoi iio(him ,4Mw. AkUiiua, uruuciijiu. of ihu charge, they J, Daughcrteoat Watts' Chapel, closed Cbit aitl week. It was richly llluatrutcd, nicely luniirMaiul all illaawurtliu (all uu IVniiir. thoyaro guilty with 20 additions. Luiica am luielv ruml br It printed, und was ludeud a beauty. A Druiailit.aml lif i Inv trial lottlr. Ibifularilis rmrtalnli' did pot rcullzo tho gravity of Itov. U. C. Gari'lson bus resigned tho wvaiui i.Tr- noiiiDituarauiowitor n, rsium tho otlunse. copy of tho Industrial edition will con pastorate ot tho Marshall Street Chris vlueo any senslblo person that Mr, WANTED. tian church, Kichmond, Vu to accept Mrs. Adam Curpouter, who moved to COLOUIH) KKCHUITS Walton Is not only u nowspupor man of u cull to the Christian church of DanCovington a few months ago, Is report olllcor at Lexington, Tho recruiting great ability, but that his olllcu is un , 111. Hur sou, Henry, has gono Ivv.. has 1uat received instructions to ville. oil very one Murlon Falcon. Elder J.T. Sharrard returned from colored men Thu special edition of the. Stunford to her bedsido. Mrs. Horry Lano died enlist sound, Glundalo, Hardin county, Saturday, JOUUN'AL. reached us last week, too lute from cancer of tho breast, uccd 07. Sho for cavalry service In tho Phillpplno Its iiutuu In thu paper." Hut lived on the Kolllug Fork, Siio was u Islands. TheoO men uro wanted atonco where he had been holding a protractto "gel ed meeting. There wuro 12 added to wo now tuko pleasure In complimenting kind, good old woman, und leaves a apply Immediately to tbo both lira. Walton mid his paper tho lurge family of grown chlldreu. Dr. uud should tbo church. Purls Kentucklun. ut Loxlngton, Ky recruiting ollico former us u whole souled, gonlul Rovs. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, and Alcorn In Danville Advocate. and tho latter, while a very Hoys between 18 und 21 years of agi " J. C. Muu.ee, of Lancaster, closed tholr bright und newsy shoot ut all times, IlltWK WEN FAI.u huvo written consent of parents meeting ut Ilaysvlllu, Marlon county, showing tbo master hund in Its general Vlrllia. to Komlib. liter auil klJuejr troublnss must by a third per make-u- p, was especially commendublu well aa wjiuui. uJ all feel lbs rcullalQ luuol - or guardian, wltnossed Friday. There were seveu additions to uervouiueu son. jo Its special edition lust week. Stauford elite, iuloua lu lbs blooJ, bickaiba. feellii);. the church and a general awakening of Hut iwvlabaul llrnl ll.llew, should bu proud of the Jouunal and Ibere'a uu uenl to feel Ilk that. I.li)eu to J W. lUafllle, luj. lloaaya, 'EUtrlu Illttera Tbo Kentucky Oil & Plpo Lino Co, the members. Hov, Plku begun u meetIts worthy editor. Wo heartily wish Ciariluar, (be tbluK for s inau when be la all ruu ing utGllead church, lu Mudlson, Sunnn'Tuul meeting at Somerset, both many years of futuro prosperity. areju.l Jtiwu,auUilou't ears atbelberba lire or dies. It beld'lts day. Liko u prouuhor we ouce beard attempt tll.t mors to gits ius new atrcustb aud kooJ a O. II. Waddlo was electod president; E, 1 eoulil take. Hov. Ira Partln, who was heio yesto eulogize a departed brother, said, tits tbau an'lbluga new leaaa ou I ran now eat D. Sayro, of Lexington, treasurer, nnd Only Ml and bavu "they're mighty good slnuors." Cor-bi- n anjrtbluilIVuu'a Iiiugbtore. Every life." guarau-Uji- l. terday, tolls us that tbo mooting held buttle eeulsat Capt. John A. Geary vlco prcsldootand News. secretary. Tho Kentucky Oil & Pipe at tho Waynosburg Baptist church by e. s WOllKINd KIUIIT ANH DAY of Chamberlain's Line Comiuuy basreoontly made large himself and tho Hov. J. T. Stamper, of Tho great success Ths butlnt ami lulghtUct llttlallilug that em Ocllc, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltemcdy in aalea of oil. und is now In a position to Georgetown, closed with 20 additions a wads U IT. Kluxri Maw Ule IMIla. l.T.rr I'll! the trcattuont o( bowel complaints has eucourago production. In the Wayne and ho baptized IS of inuni. Bro. slutulsur health, ttiat cliiugra Us wstkucms luto .ttrnglb, UillMUrM luta ro.rvy. made it standard over the greater part of county Held. Stamper did tbo preaohlng and ovcry-od- y wonderful t,ratu-- ' !' iunui jjir. 'Ibty'rs Fire at Lincoln. Neb , caused a loss ; the civilized world, Foriule by Crulg A lu bulldlug up lli liiallh. Only 'it ceuta vr buz. was plonoJ. of half a million dollar.. Hocker, DruggUts. l'suujr, UruKglit. bold by Is If to bo our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. If mil-de- nt Don't Overlook The hn-pl- .v M Things. ! m . SIT. IALSALEON- - en Colored Shirts Soft and Stiirilosoins Com-pao- Including; Manhattan, Columbia, Eurcia and a'l standard Ilrnnds, with pros-poe- Ending' Saturday, September 23. Kcmenibcr our other Lines of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Nobby Neckwear. J. L. O O Co.. 'Phone 136. Danville. o o o o o o'o'o o oo'o'o'o'ooo'o6o'6'olfooloo'o'ood'o o o o w Frohman & THB GLOBE, GO TO - FOK - . M o, nee-esca- ry - well-kno- o o o o o o .o o o o o o o o o M'loberts, tlje Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOooooQ SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG & aj. o lo y, boy-Uk- HOCKER. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optical science I wish to say to ttie Ladies that 1 41 res This is now the moat THESE LENSES FLA TTER. Just received a large stock of tho very katesi Designs "Fleur-De-Ms- r) JVJouldigs. pu-p- Patterns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suitable for framing fromthe simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among tho lot is tho Now French " moulding specially for suitable delicato pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that require u dainty frame. When in Danville, call and sco us uud get our prices. Wo will save ou money. 124 Third Street Opposite I'oHOillco, Danville, Ky. e Mld-dlcsb- so art-u- Hog-Ute- a sS fifi "t; Ltt&J W3&:&! Tj' Elng la ths nw old ttiflZ out Via false Rtag In tao truo " We bring to you tha new and true from tha plney forests of Norway k Tbi-oat- - "Ring out tha ubio-bodl- ed K DR. BELL'S Fisie-Ter-Hon- ey gon-llem- mix a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlvo Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surface science to of ths Lungs eiiJ Bronchial Tubes. n g Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by a- 1 n - augar-coat- IYCAF OLI io Ot, ueu iin-ia- r Hoa.r. It fiTM quirk and iMrmaotol rIW IftipaswailaAcoaiuaaaacoMa, iiiux II. A. UMuUb vaa loop sSMC-at- la. Lungs aro exhilaTha sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ; the rated the microbe-bearincause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are htaicd and soothed so that than Is no inclination to cough. SOLD OY ALL GOOD ORUOQtSTS' BottloB Only. 23c., BOe. and (1.00 Sti m?t wa ww.ia. a and never ummI J'-- i - rr enrce vnu m Ta nml S Kit4 llfHA "7-- M SHir.-l.- l Wi FOR BALK AT PENNY'S DKITG STOKE. niiW m tti it ' ? "fr- .- (tfea- - - . . T . invfet' w JlS'SPr'' T.nrmvir.t.B P09T. not content with doing all It can In this campaign tho democratic ticKOt ana elect Taylor by besmirching tho char acter of a man its superior in ourj way, Is now aiding Davison In his ef fort to havo a partisan Congress him entitled to tho scat In Con gress to which tho pcoplo elected tion. G. G. Gilbert. It claims thnt tbo bill changing tho district was Irregularly passed and notwithstanding tho courts havo decided thero can bo no question as to tho way a law wis pascd after It has received tho signatures of tho prop or olllcers, It Is claiming that Congress can and will set such decision aside. Tho wish Is evidently father to tho thought and shows how last a man can descend whon ho starts on tho down grade as Kdltor Knott. Thero Isn't a meaner republican paper lin Kontucicy than tho ono ho presides over, inc Louisville Commercial Is nowhere. I Hcnrv Oaddnor, hanged at Mobllo rrul. I. tV.t iKInr. that UScd tO Preach for criminal assault, had a harrowing teach at tho Mothodist church hero andG. C. experience When tho trap was sprung at the college: Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL THE thn knntsllnncd entirely nnd ho ion 10 Ovcrstreet mado a second exhibition of tho ground uninjured, savo for a wouid himself as ft political monKoy at, a..u.- on tho neck, whoro tho rope had taken 11 noi bvvlllo Monday. Ho adds spice, Kv.. Sew. 19. '399 off tho skin. Intenso oxcltcmont en Stanford. variety, to tho L. & N. monagorle. In sued. Tho knot was rctled. The trap company with blackguard Mil Oirn mi unin miruni? and tho man's arm W. P. WALTON. ho drow qulto a crowd of republicans, caught In the rope, preventing n shook. bolters and bums, who found mucn sat Tho rope was shaken uxwo and ueain isfaction In watching him bcsmircn ino ensued from strangnlatlon In Hi mln . nubile signed i.iitntho which mo .u. cloth. He Is billed to cliino omutcs. P. Johnston, day during tho weck.-Ulotwlco a way of Louisville and MATRfMONUL MATTERS. field Sentinel. one more was probably written by some Th iinmnprntla chairmen of the In the bolting Interested Harry Wolfe, 17, and Miss Llztlu counties In tho 3rd district mot at How. at this g Hays. II, wcro married In Anderson than he, has been receivedought to ling Green nnd all reported a grauij-Inolllce. Of alt men Johnston stato of nffalrs and that tho district county. as chair-ma- n be tho last to squeal. After, Ben Clark, n widower of ti und Mies will go for Goebel and tho Stato ticket Committee, of tho State Central by a good majority. All of tho chair- Nina McBeo, 23, both of thU county comconstituting himself a credential men thought things were Improving wcro married by Elder Ed Hubbard. In contestmitted and hearing evidencq every predally and that tho Urown bolt had James W. S. Baslln, 22, and Miss to ed delegations, contrary ilrnnneil out. In several of Myrtlo Riley, 10, both of Anderson over the cedent, and finally turning .Un.wMimlna thn rcnorts showed that eounty,.wore married by Elder .Joseph chairmanship to Judge Hcdwlne, when was comparatively Ballou at his reslJencc on tho 10th. It tho disaffection every effort to secure ho had exhausted .v.ir. nn.i thnt tho calos from tho was not n runaway match, however. Hardin, ho Gov. BUADLEY. who has forgotten the nomination of Gen. raoro law than Taylor will ever know, republicans and populists would exceed The Danvlllo Advocate nys that 10 4 flray nn.l While lllankrln 40c ought to have sagacity enough to keep disagrees with him that tho agricultur Turkey Itnl Tabic Linen 15c tho voles lost to Brown. bring his own John Minor, son of William Minor, obhis mouth shut and not al bureau may expend 9J,uou ior an tained license to marry MUs Evelyn rulings into further notoriety and v BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. MWsrs t'nlon Suits, No 4 lo 10, 2c Exposition In Ijirge siio Muck Towul $c Alexander, of Stanford. This evidentof Judge Kedwlno was exhibit at tho Southernlikely No act that the Thn diamond iubllco of the Odd Fel ly means Miss Emylenc, Alexander, revolutionary as nv York, nnd it Is In slight degree as Ladles' UIMieil Veil nnd I'snts, IV. will be dropped. Tho 83,000 had lows Is under way at Detroit. who Is a very handsome and stylish Linen Crash Toweling 7c ptr yard. which damned him person- matter his action, bo saved anyhow. just as well Tho sheriff of Butler county is mo young lady. ally and politically forever. He Vr.1 and I.iJip cxlra slfo KIMx-tho nudltor and re this and thcrcforo feels Fancy Drct.s Calicoes. Fall styles, 3Je. of appeals is again in ses- first to settlo with The court LAND AND STOCK. a I'ant", 2.'ic that ho loses nothing tn accepting sion, taklug a last guess at what the ceive his quietus. The California board 01 ucaun nomination of a bolters' convention, laws Intend. Walter Warren bought of John Slier Yard Wide Klcach Cotton IJc. a law forbidding consump- ."Wowes nt $1. hiph. hn himself, called. Ho Is tho Uiildicn's Onllng Clolh Cloaks 75c. in ii" .kn ivir. nnv. Brown not POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. tives to come Into tbo State. worse pin Foil SALE. Four Poll Angus calves. " """ well made, 40c. two Calico Comforts, A Nebraska woman forced her excepted. Let them both bo anathema il Justice B. J. Peters, died children to drink carbolic acid and J. W. Baughman. in Pulaski a bunch Children's Eiderdown Cloaks, fur mnrnflfttha. C. Hays bought J. died. jard. Mt. Sterling, aged 91. In New Outings 5, SJ nnd 10c, pr then took a doao herself. All OcioM Ml. of short yearlings ut 817.50. rp.,. mn annalhlo article that Edi The Detroit Frco Press says ucn. The now coffco crop is estimated nl Tho Cynthiana Democrat report the Alger has withdrawn from tho race lor rector Knott has written since he took 11,000,000 bags, the largest one on sales of 49 nleo cattle at He. 2Mn fnr trimmed Cnp OSc. Children's MioolSlnc Wc lo il 36 ' rabies Is the ono entitled the "Press United States Senator. ord and It is in consequence lower thnn Seatons aro now duo. Pleaco call at regard to ever. Thn Ohio democrats have decided and tho Pass." Somo editors once and settle. M. S. Baughman. free railroad transportation as a vested open their campaign on September 30 Tho demand for rnral free mall deRichard Bibb sold to R. II. Cooper Smith, of tho L. at a placo to be selectoi later. great that tho apright, but President livery has been so at where nlmost ;t0 acres uf land near Turnorsvlllo & N., is showing them that's Tho Now York Sun says that John propriation of U300.000 has been Wo. rethey made a mistake. It is to bo ap- G. Carlisle Is earning SoO.000 a year cxausted. Hara-mel- 's J. W. Baughman sold to Dick Genand says ho Is out of politics for good. gretted by all who havo tho proper Three of tho largest hotels at tho L. were try, of Uoylo, 2:1 1,000 pound cattle at Snnlrn N. H. Cov savs ho accepts tho preciation of such things that Station, Rockaway, N. Y., 4i'e. o &N. does not contract with a nowspa-perfors- democratic nomination for county judge destroyed by Arc Sunday, entailing a Seasons are now duo and jou aro respaco for so much of Madison and will make a vigorous loss of $73,000, much quested to call and settle. J. K. Baughtransportation. The Q. & C. and most campaign. Yellow fever Is Increasing rapidly nt man, Huetonville. and of tho other leading roads do so James Jump, an Owcnsboro bolter, Key West. No new eases arc 'uorted GusStavlson bought at Mt. Vernon on cither side that jumped back Into the fold because ho at New Orleans. Jaekon and Missisthere Is no feeling yesterday of J. J- Williams his farm of Presi- grew tired of being patted on tho back a special favor has been done. sippi coast points. 100 acres for J.1.&00. dent Smith ecndB out passes with his by republicans. A Negro was hanged Friday at Lazarus & Co ,of Horse Cave, bought no favors, no mat robbery, tho committeev... fnr highway compliments, asking Tho democratic National 12 I1I1? mules at Seottsvlllo at an uvur- and of men is holding a conference at Chica- .1... ...,,1.,.. (tin npur law making thui agu of 800 Glasgow News. er how maoy ho may expect, Tho Cheamt Hou in Town course has tho perfect right to with- go, where the headquarters will con- offense a capital one. Thn N'nt Lafon farm, containing 410 Pir In tho wholesale district of acres, was sold to the Columbia Finance draw them when ho thinks proper. It tinue to bo held. rnmrroMman Armontrout. who was Memphis destroyed 8110,000 worth of is a question only of policy, with him & CO., Louisville, forS14,u.. &u. ..loftpil tn Congress for tho sixth time property, Leo Bros, and Rogers Broi. .tTrusiCo.,ol alono aB the judge. Sales of 2 feeding cattle at 1.20 to froin.tho 0th Pennsylvania district laot belne tho heaviest loers. ft 4!e for October delivery and 70 ewes at T.I). ItANEY, Manager WE confess with sorrow and chagrin November, is dead. Henderson Knights of Pythias aro a were for that .Shc'bvville, Versailles, Hard.' ' AHrpil PtlUburv. the mlM making great preparations for tho cn- that four yeurs ago wo nhnrlna Ilrnnchsinrc. at ElUabetl.town. Klktnn, Owen.boro. Ky , Uvk.ivl lie. Tern. greasy tub of Intestines, George H. llonalro miller of Minneapolis, more O wrs-ioW. llopkltHvllle, Madmnv.lle, M tertalnment of delegates to tho rand Tub cattle syndicate has been organ town, Alexander, of Louisville, for railroad famlllarlv called "tho Hour kin?," lodge, which meets in mun-n- j lk,.. . 11 it rmiro slnco has 1, , !,,.. ized, and will shortly bo IncorKrnted died unexpectedly after a brief Illness Exports from tho United States dur- under tho law of Now Jersey with disgusted every true democrat and he Tho republicans of Uoylo renomina- ing August were 820,0i2,S7fi larger than 825,000,000 capital. I'l has at last found hU level with the ted John II Minor for representative, over before in August, and were of their Hudson Bros , dealers In hoi so ana Brownies. Ho Is down as one Stan- for tho hut hnnan't beat Bacbv. Cbas. In excess of Imports mules, Louisville, aro closing a deal speakers, but somehow ho doesn't Bpeak wood was nominated for circuit clerk. month. was billed to orate organ- with tho British government, whereby worth a cent. Ho A military company has been 1,000 Goebel clubs of GOO and 400 respecat Bloorafleld, Friday, but no audience tively were organized Saturday in ized by tho white peoplu at Tumbling England will bu furnished with was taken with the headagainst mules to bo used in South Africa. protection appearing, he Cynthiana and Winchester. Editor J. Shoals, S. C, for W. B. Kidd sold to Waller Sharp, of ache and left for Louisville on the first who aro said to be threatM. Allen was ulected secretary of tho tho Negroes, Bath, 12 feeding cattle, wolght 1,000 train, the dispatches say "pregnant former. ening trouble. pounds, for October delivery, at 4e, with an undelivered speech." Gen. E. H. Hobson was elected presSenator Deboo has announced that bo Scobco 32, samo delivery, now Hutcheson for ident of tho National Association of and toJ.C. no democrat will recommend G. W. Stanford has not had In years such an nrtment of Trunks as we It Is to bo hoped that for friendship postmastor at Lawrenceburg to fill tho Mexican Veterans und Gen. W. R. at 4. 15. Winchester Democrat. to W. liuve. will lay aside principle J. C. Caldwell, of Boyle, sold N. Edwards' res- Smith, secretary. Tho next annual and vote for a republican no matter vacancy caused by T. B. Kldd, 200 barn fed cattle at &io and will bo held at Cincinnati. meeting how nice and clever a man ho may be. ignation. of 81 each. This was tho ci Thomas Howell, of Elkvllle, nto a a premium of cattle led In tho blue-graJudge Tarvln repudiates entirely the Tho platforms of the two parties are i$ finest bunch published by tho watermelon that contained poison and v diametrically opposed to each other alleged Interview this year and brought tho top effects. The olson was :l poor sort of a democrat, If Louisville Post with him. Ho says ho died from tho and ho Is a democratic ticket put In It by tbo boy's father, who fixed price. ho really believes In democratic princi- . Is heartily for tho Iroquois, tho premier stallion of tho It for thieves who had given blm much ples, who will give aid and encourage-- from top to bottom. Bello Meade Stud, In Tennessee, died Senator Goebel, accompanied by troub'.o. tn tim nnnmv In anyway. The delibera- of an acuto affliction of tho kidney. Ho Is on a tour by After moro than 12 hours' man Is nothing, tho cause everything. Capt. James Blackburn old and was tbo only In the caso of Ellas Hat was 21 years only for those who espouso vour horseback and otapre through tho moun tion, tho jury over won tho Vote W. va., reiuruuu American horse that had tain counties of Johnson, Floyd, Knott, field, at Williamson, rinciples. second de- English Derby. a verdict of murder In tbo Magollln and Morgan. l:l Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr., sold to w eini murder Are Elegant, id sizes 28 lo 33 inches, price 11.50 to $15 That religious renegade and politiThe Burgln Messenger says that at gree. Ho was charged with tho 87 cuttlo at 4.20. They Coleman, cal scoundrel, the Rov. H. R. the outside Brown will not get over of H. E. Ellis. averaged Mi pounds and wcro shipped Mrs. Graham Vreeland, wire ol ino backed by the money of tho L. & N. in vntna In Mercer and that Goebel says ho is goin g correspondent of tho Courier-Journ- al, Saturday. Mr. Owsley corporations, Is keeping tho will carry tho county by 150 or more. special and other finding that memfi of Mr. Vree-lund- to stop wintering cattle, Hied at the homo mails hot with letters to church J. M. Locan told the Cincinnati En is raoro money In soiling thorn ut consump-tiothoro Ac. Term CASH. father at Bloorafleld, of appealing for 50 cents to help quirer that there are no bolters In Garbers Ho ha a lot of 22 Polled ;, and tho many friends of the gifted two years. stamp out Goebellsm. With that and rard and no delegation was sent to old, for month valves, U printed In the bolting convention at Lexington. young journalist sincerely sympathize Angus ho refusedtlvo each. 825 other objectionable words which I , e , largo lotters on his envelopes, the Garrard democracy Is a unit lor ooeuei with htm. DANVILLE. Attorney Goneral Taylor decided seems to bo dlrelect and the tlctt. department commission. hud ri!i!uived a check for it i of duty in not prohibiting them the Hugh P. Cooper, of Lebanon, suys that tho Stato agricultural oxponu j,uuuoi 82.000. i..riu tho amount of lnsurancu tho will give tho usual demo er has tho authority to malls. that . Marlon .u. .v,,. .Ho,.tY,..inn in .V,.. .urrlmikurul fund in preparing un lato W. G. Raney held with the Knight p,. VMw iuu. i. u.aw.v..uu Gen. John B. Gohdon, the noblest crane wojunvjr, ranks does not exceed exhibit at tho Great Southern Lxposl- - of tho Maccabees. tho democratic 7 WU.imnn IwiUL'ht of C. R. Uf Roman of theui all, refuses tho tender - tlou in new iom. 75 and that this is offset by tho dlsatlecB. G. Boyle, the assistance from Confederate vetHaddox, Henry Pomck and McDowell, agent lor Peto existing among tho republicans. resldoncoon tho northwest corner of erans to rebuild his houso recently tion Negroes tried at STANFORD, KY. Fourth und Broadway for 84,000. In his speech at the Chicago trust1 John Allen, tho of vonuo from burned. Ho expresses hearty thanks Mr. Hunn and daughter, of Wct Wliliam Hhollon, l'rCBlilent. Mr Bryan advocated legls-- l ling Green on a cbaogo residence ol but says ho Is and great appreciation murder of Sam Lincoln, havo rented tho Collegiate Departments, Muilc, Art, Llocu similar to that in Nebraska and Logan county for tho Primary Preparatory, Academic and Mr. A. C. Dunn und will continue It a -- . out of debt and in fairly good health latlon cUalogue to beglna Sopt. h. &m.l to make It a penal offense Gordon, wore give.. ii hnurillnir housu. Ion 'ami amlU'hysical Culture. 31.lyear can not accept of a gratuity. Grand Tennessee, and tho years each In tho ponltentlury. MIW. NANNIE S. 8AUrLh, Lady Principal. Georgo Prulttand Jamos Huddlcston, his tribe were not for any corporation to contribute to old man I Would that Tho Negro reformatory built In Han- - of Junction City, were urrcsted chargcampaign fund of any political party. so fast decreasing. . .. I),,..,,!..,, hn. oinl.lnv. P. Hunt- ed with stealing cattle. They uro In iv Va.. bv Colli .. Agnu. IJ,U .1 awaiting tho uctlon of tho grand testimonials stating Imw some wonderful Duo civ Suit IlinVi.uJ lUnknt. Barbour-'imjtoI,U II tho railroad magnate, Is open, jail reniwly, put Iron ipjirovt'l John W. Caldwell, another arch edJudgoJ. II. Tlnsley, of jury .. 27,11X4 iVi agcnU.. cures had been wrought by this from d tbo Heruld says that llvo young 350 cattle democracy that has honj vlllo, a his attorney In tho White- about English traitor to tho 7721 try It After taking a few Chrckatndoihci ch Itcmi . ,!, .u imvo been transferred In Capt. Monduy, reorta i.. -j- i.npiui.o.i....-but tradu u llttlo dull Idecldudto 2UI M town ored him In times past, seeks a llltlo UOrOlOg CUDVUBfc tUSU, vuufcu Tinai.iv. t that trouble, lulrnul lU'iniue 8Uiua Smytho, colored, ex on account of thu drouth. Horace doses 1 waseniro'y wullof to my readers Notttot other Ntlioual llauki a,hVl Ul Is now In Washington going over tho l0 it. John II. I.. I . brief notoriety before he goes out iiititiilntiitlillinl Howmuo withdraw 30 1,000 pound feed- and 1 wWi to kay further nil and riaclionu wtr cuiimcjr, tuckclt and by publishing a long letter evldenco and preparing a brief for pre minister to aiooriui i ip;i.M ut 811.25. Ouu lot of common short and fellowsullurers that I am a hale ceult Thn iMttln which had been oxpected er to Senator Gocbol, which tho suntatlon to tho Houso. und leel as well as were bought by Thomua I' ox Lawful Monsy Ktxrva U Hank, vli' mining town of vCurter- - yearling21 common yearling wont at hoarly man 1(1,101 i Spci In u London. England, Interview in tbo Illinois -- 0. It. Moore. &ild subsidized newpapers are producing utllU; did Gov. Tanner withdrew Kvdcmtlon fund with U. S. Trraiurtr u. everCraig In my life Druggists. anu SO goou iwur A Hockur, by with great glee, oven though thero Is Chairman Jones, of the democratic Na-- 1 vlllo -ever slnco ...... Ulnll II 11(1 luuin KlMlt.- 815.0U MU Mi . J (.er ccnl of cliculalion wun-Advocauo. nothing In It. Mr. Caldwell ought to tlonal committee, I reported a saying: tho btato troops XT,.,., nnn.linlnn ml- . day ....... JIJ.I.hM SO Last Day. Sept. 23 Is tbo lastcoun- 'loUl go to. "William J. Bryan will aurely bo mo there to prow" t..,1...t DYINO'FUOM IHAHHHOKA. i LlAIIll.niKS. for president nors, occurreu ouuuujr. for tiling claims agulnst Lincoln demoeratlo nomlueo Il.ljllO (Ml . r.i.iljl .lOfk tklld III u A prominent Virginia Editor had alEVEKYHOUV will sympatbUo with I,.,, tn iinuth and a eventh was B. Cooper, clerk. Goobel I tbo jegular nominee of tho brought back lo ty. Georgo ZV") " Surplui fund Senator Jo. C. S. Ulackburu In the Kentucky democrats, and McLean, by so badly wounded that ho will probably most given up, but was cipautft ana Undivided pionti, ic perfect heulth by Chamberlaln'a Co Ic, M.o)l7. wlfei whoso death occurred loo of hi -- ....... 2.W7 U splendid bervlco to tho party In die. Troop havo again ucen orucruu Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, lat paid ItEPORT OK TUB CONDITION IU,7i'iU l Natiunal Hank nolca uultlaudmK at Versailles Sunday night of heart his ought to carry Ohio." o thosceno. 1800, '.',107 W Iiualuolhtr National IWuki UIAU HIS KDITOIIIAL. trouble. Mr. Blackburn was 00 years DGeorge W. Tate, a big tavo manu Corporal Darahollor und Privuto to IT THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, Put tu hlau llauka and lliukir....,. . of ago and a daughter of Dr. Christo- fiinturur of Pulaski, say that by uctual (From tho Tiui'H, lllllslille, Va.) H. Sixth Infantry, clu'ct M.'JKI 71 Individual dcpoaita autjwt Iu of Company ATHU8TONVILLE. I Miilered wllli dlarrlioea fur a long time pher Columbu Graham, tho noted by court uro but four bolter In that havo been sentenced to deuth Total ..nntonarlan. who used to live In this count thero JI7.I W and thought 1 was past being cured. I Iu lh. Sutt cf Kcuiucky, l llw clu of buiiii.l county and they uro counter-bulanci J W. Ilwkrr, (aalilrr ol the abovt named martial and Prlvute McBonnctt has bad spent much time ami mono and sufSrt. 71b, 1IVJ. county. llauk, da aole muly awtar that Iht above atatrincul 20 year' Imprisonby four republican within hi Knowl beon condemned to la true to the Utt of uf knowlrdv and belief. KESUUHCES fered so much misery that I had almost to bavo electric light and edge who will voto for uoobol, uuu KLKTON J W IllHklK, ('M.UltT. ment for having criminally assaulted I 'p"l '1$ to give up all hopes of recovery Louii auil diu.ouul...M. will not Subacrilied and awoin tu batorc me thia Kilt then Editor Loving Guinea 'M may bo many more, uno 01 mi native women lo Manila. Gen. Otis decided 2,31 thero 11, II. I'KKMliT, N. I'. L, C. noticing the ad- - Ovcrdrtlti, iccurcd auil uumcuici! 'W. ol .. llfit oo day havo to gropo In tho darkness. The old four republlcuoa referred to I Mr.Ureen will have tbo first two publicly hot as mul a unit ibu result, but U. S. Doudi U wcurt clrculnUou II. II. KlMi, I .Vl mi II. Iikowm, roan eye.lgbt Is not as good as It used Porch, who formerly lived neighbor to an example, If President MoKlnloy Ttrtlteuienl of Chamberlain's Colic, Ohoi; Hanking IIuiim, lurnltura auil Gulutrt I Ilirtctora. I T J lUwixwix kindly Senator Goobel, InCovlngton, and than Diarrhoea Hemedy and also some Du Iron NUonl IUuki, uol Ke-era and to bo uod tho city father havo , agree to It. I no finer man living. whom thero coma to his assistance. tup n.w.t ox-Re- v. Early Autumn Offerings - Newness and Low Prices Prevail at the slRnia-caWcamo- n'unnt LouisvilieSiore ..i,ilt. Linen and Domestics, Comforts and Blankets. con-tem- doubt-lessrealt7.- trim-mc- Ex-Ch- Remmber our Clothing and Shoes Stock is up to date. We are able to sell Cheaper than Ever. - The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY Proprietors. . ' w1 i I i TRUNKS I OUR LADIES' TRUNKS V I I I I ' ss 1 1 I I 'a I i TELESCOPES, VALISES, H. 1 n pot-otllc- J. M'ROBERTS. ii... I - Stanford Female College, ! ....... I .,,, h, ... Ri, I . y 1 .... I ... '! "",:,.vh.. u v,.iin.-oun,- Co-nin- e, ed 1 ri. -. -. jJl if WF -- Jvf' '". -- js w ' m wiiii'rj' ii' VfW THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky.. -- llnoof OliMwnre at Warren fc ShanWi'. 1)1(1 Just received Wal- Nr.w fall goods by tho car load Lanif.ii. Danville. carry 11 low price custom mado shoo I.vrniiiou Jocu-N.- l. Si'tcr.S of all kind and tumeric for Id only 41 a year cash. Kcmomber pickle and catsup. Wnrren k Shnnks.' that can not bo beaten. Try a pair. E. C. Walton, Business Manaoeii. that. Stock your winter coal now, prices Wi: aro sorry to learn that that clevSki: tho now plaids and croiwn for er young man, Mr. W. J". Ilrown, of nro advancing nnd tho probability now : Is that delay will cost you high. SODA WATKU, Ico cold, pure and skirt and silk waists. Soverancu A: Somerset, Is down J. H. m small-powith Haughman & Co. mou rofrculnk'nt Penny VDruB Hloro. Sons. m A HOLD thief took Itobort T. Hruco's THE bout material combined with Your account is drawn oil and ready Don't forget tho now llrm of llobert accuracy Jnturo cood care. UI1I and horse and buckboard from his fathor's over other method result. No prescription work.arePenny for you and you must settle nt onco. Saturday night and raado away with B. Leo Sims & Co.. when you need Hcazlcy Ilros. utcd In our groceries of any kind. Prices right. mom. aeo ewter 01 reward lor thotr re. Drue Store. At tbo W. H. Brady stand. In this Issue. Ilousr. for rent on Main Street. For turn .. AMD SOCIETY GOSSIP. PERSONAL terms apply to Mr. W. II, Hlgglns. dry spell After a very long MR C.C. SlNlf, Dtcm Wing's trav- rain came last night hot Iand and gently fullI vWltlnc rela- Mrs. L. A. Holmes. y eling ealesman, wa in CynthlanaWed-ncsda- ing Mkh. M. D. l".i.MOitr. this morning to tho delight of the fe nnd oxpreescd to tho Democrat Tilt: Plekunnlnlcs cancelled their tive In London. farmer who want to plow for wheat. AI.VBIWOS, who ha had date hero nnd will not appear on tho 111 confldenco that Goebel would be Miw. J.M. malarial fever, I better. tick lth. They piny. at .Memphis instead. elected by 20,000 votes. Ho reports fine Tin: L. & X. will sellround-trleffects wherover Goebel and lilackburn ets to Loulsvlllo at one fare, $!J 0.",, Sept. Hon. It. C. Warren will epcak at i:p C. O Hkar is to speak hero to havo spoken. Democrat. Mr. Sink Is 2.1 till morning train of .10th, limited to Montlccllo next Monday. morrow at 1 1. M. for tho rads and be n of Mr. A. C. Cnrman, of Oct. 2 on account of the trolling rnces. Mil. T. M. PknniSotoS lidownfrom will nlso cak at Crnb Orchard on tho this coonty, who I a rantankcrous rad. Mliiiii,.lmr vUltlnt' friend. NotiODY has been reckless enough w A.TiimiiLK and on have, 2il. TllKcomcoutcrs mado another yet 10 take Free Silver. Johnson's oiler Suits $T,fiO upwards; pants t2fi0 upreturned from Mason county. to get tho town boundary curtail- to bet that thcro will not be cast 75 Hi Mkh. Martha PaxtoN l convales- ward, no sura and oxamlno my full ed Friday night, but a quorum failed to votes for tho Hrown ticket In Lincoln fever. and winter snmple before buying your cent from a spell of malarial appear at tho called meeting, asked by and that It will not receive 10.000 in Katk Kinihhck, of Somoraot, full clothing. Jesse D. Wcnrcn. Mrs. them, and tho matter went over. It Is tho State. . ihn miet of Mr. J. W. Alcorn. Lrttkrs patent have been secured not so much the desire of those who Horsk Stolen. Kobert Fish, ono U vWltlnir her I Miss Ukssii: Uabtis by Mr. John Traylor for his rccont In- want to be excluded from tho town limun:lo, John W. ""tin, at nttauurc its to keep from paying on farm lands of Crab Orchard barber, had a black PITMAN, of Undon, vention of a steel shoe counter, which Miih. Moli.ii: as It Is to escape taxation on their bank horsa stolen from his stable Saturday Slnvub. promises to make him a fortune. Minnie wua tho Ruc.l of Ml Btock, which under tho now order, Is night. A colored boy was soon on the animal near Conway but neither tho Mrs. W. C. KniAN'KB, of Paducah,- Tin: huslnoM manager added .11 new now charged to idivldual holders KuIt vlsltlnK tho family of Mr J. W. subscriber to the list at Mt. Vernon horse nor tho boy has been heard of TUB Central Itecord says that tho since yesterday, making over (100 new ones bank. Mu. L. D. IlitAtnr, of tho K. C, rm since the reduction In prlco to II n Lincoln county democrat nominated FlRB. Klbcrt Ball' house and out P. M Moltobcrt for representative, moved hi family from Kowland to year. 9 the", by proving that tho best of us nouses near uignlana burned near Pari. J. II IillOWNlNii, general baggngo Miss CirrriK Thurmond, of nar ngent of the tho L. ,V N., who used to su'iietliiica mako mistakes. Hon. M. F. noon yesterday and everything was of Ml" Mtttl, N'jrtb is the man tho democrats noml destroyed. Prof. M. J. Brougb, who Wallow, I tho cuest bo n conductor on this division, dlod at naied for that ofllee, Hrcr Landram, was there, tells u that tho !os Is Trlbble. Pctuikv. Mich., where ho had gone for und he I the one who will nelp "to $1,200. Tho fire caught from a defee JOHN Mount, of IQrunso, pont tho benefit of the ntthma. make tho Legislature so clean It will bo tlve flue. Mr. Ball was absent or might overul day with hi unole, II. J. d to the State," as you say. have saved pome of tho furniture. Ho TiikL. A S. will make u ralo of u r, and wife, of Mil. S. II. TOTTHN i.V to Cincinnati and return next The rails nominated Mr. Mcltobert. will rebuild as soon ns possible. were count of Mr. and Mr. J. Sunday and from tho li'ltli to the i!3th In- Mr. Vbrnon Circuit Court begun oOMB two months ago, says tho Mt. ' U. Totten. cluilvo will make a rate of one fare . with a big docket and n prct- Vernon Signal, A W. Dllllon, of Crab Crab Oreh-an- l for tho round-tri- p to Pari on account Mits. KiTTiu Kino, tho t,- fair crowJ. The morning was spent Sun-da- y Orchard, had a buggy stolen. He milliner, wunt U) Loulivlllle of the street fair. g In the grand jury but tho af searched tho country for it, but not unto buy iroodn. ternoon wis given up to speaking, W. Absimsinu. C. G. IUker, daughter of til n fortune teller told him that It had HHi.ttS SAUFLKY, lUtlo lth linn named J. It Itoutt, Wude ICunne-d- been stolon and taken to Deep Well A. Morrow, F..T. Franks and IC. J. Mr. nnd.Mr. J.T. Jone, U III A. A. Cnitehflald and A. B. Gooch Woods, did he knowof Its whorcabouls. Hampton, nil republicans, being the cholera Infantum. as his deputies and they wont to work He followed tho fortune teller- - direc- orators of the day. It wua remibllcan boon MISS Ki.lv Hay, who ha diy with a vengeance and tho ubovo Dollo Poland, rowrned to this morning to aset the propurty of tions and found tho vehicle. Tho top gentlemen hardly loft n Ml grca'o spot of the eltixous of Lincoln. had beun removed to ehango the Saturday Purryvlllo Goebel In particular nnd tho Annlo - "HOW of It and the thief has been Senator MU MitH. K. I", Wcxw, ond did 30U Und itolltles In Simp, democratic party in general, so to Holle Wood returned to MlllerburK son count)?" was asked of Col. Wolch, spotted and will be swooped down upon speak. Hon. F. F. Bobbltt was down soon. with Mr. S. M Allen. who Is Justtmok from there. Ho refor a talk but failed to arrive In tlmo back from tho Col W. O. Wki-ci- i I Pranklln,npp.i-rontl- y plied: "1 wa .surprised at thu small-nes- s Tiif. Hon. Jame D. Black, of Bar to mako It. It is untortuuato that O.tcoiMthy Institute at of tho dlsatTected element, In the bourvllle, sjoKo nt Danvlllu yestcrdny there was no democratic speaker presreally Improved. sfctiou mid to be the hot bod of iho to u court-hous- o full of people und ent to refute somo of tho chnrges made und MRS. ANNA I). VANARSDAI.K bolters. The democratic party Is In umocg other things presented atlldavlts by tho above trio, but It Is hoped that ,.. rim-nf Iinrrodidjuri;. are good shape there und will roll up thu that Hon. D. G Colsondld act at otllcer tho truth will bo told from many usual majority " vUltlnc Mr. H. J. Mcltobert of election ns Senator Goebel charged stumps In Itockcasslo ero tho Novem MRS. J. S ltRKli, with her pretty He also said that tho sberilT of Clai- ber election. The handsome homo of Till: Stanford team did tho Pltts-burflitt lorn, Jame ltoblnon, is vl.ltln borne county, Tenn., and many other Mr. J. J. Williams very materially Ilka they do nil others they tack at her father, Mr. J M. Whlto'. Cin helps tho appearance of Mt. Vernon Ilouters from that SUlo voted at le, that is ilia them up. Two M Jrins- - P. Jonkh ha cone to In 1W0 and that tho frauds and other decided Improvements have and MU Mia stood 11 to 7 and the feature ut tho cinnati after inoro Rood committed wcro even greater than has been made in the quaint little city May Saundor U In clmrKfl of hltoro. game was 14 strike outs by Pitcher been charged. Mr. Black was accorded since tho writer's last visit. Tho dem Mil Hardin Ciiaio, of Owensboro, Goer. Evcreot caught for tho home a most rcsectful hearing und won votes ocratiu party seems to be In good shape .pent a few day with friend hero team, Pugh pitched for the Pittsburgh. for tho tlckot. and a number of thoso who bolted Bry' before .tartlnir to Princeton Colleiro Our boj s say they were well treated by an are wearing Goebel buttons. The the club und found Pittsburg n pretty Moroan. W. H. Morgan, wboe re- rads say there aro lots of democrats In acaln. n pleusunt place. went to cent stroko of paralysis was noticed In tho county who will not support SenaHON. It. C. W.VRRKN yetenlay mornlnp to fill the- Struck Bnukd Mr. C. It. Coleman, this paper, died Friday morning at his tor Goebel but the democrats say thorc .peaklntr pplntment of Judtfo Ilrcck- of Kat Hcrnstudt, who spent Sunday homo near Wnynesburg, aged "tl. He are none, so you pay your money and with hi family here, tells us that the was a member of the Baptist cburch believe the side you wish. Inridge. and MRS. Joi: Farms, of Stanford, mines around his town were to begin for years und a tlnu old man. Iter. Ira DaoMlle.aro o)oratlon yesterday morning, tho oper- l'urtln preached tho funeral Bcrnion Mr. Jolo Kvant.ot Owloy.-Mldw- ay ! ators and miner having reached an Saturday to a large audience. Mr. Morat Mr. II. A gan was twice married, tlrst. to Miss agreement. The miners aro to receive Clipper. Williams, Aha an advance of 10 per cent, nnd the Padgott, who boro him tlvo children Mo'en from my horns SatitnUr night, a little MISSKS ItlSSIK vlll-In- ir Imckliuanl. null, operators are to recognize the labor and then to a sister of Lewi D. Gooch, lnv iiiirs nu J and tUrlu .Mtre ii is mudstazrlea Thompson and Fannto Spark aro forvhfatt anil bur while ftet who had seven children, and who sur cruotnl tall. She a hitchnltua hsatr buck C. William In Stanford.-- Mt. organization. Tho miners around Mr. M. liuanl ruM tprltu aid itepotton right ihle. vives her husband. It. T. IIUUCB. fur return. Vornon Signal. Pittsburg urc still out on n strike. MR JULIAN II0UKNK left yesterday Mr. W. P. Grimks came near McKln-ne- y class, Tin: mall line from here to for Yale to enter tho senior law a fatal accident Friday. Ills horse SALE OF PERSONALTY. I Is now u certainty and will begin Kolnp and tho prospects are that ho Nov. i:i. Notlco for bids has been last scared at a wugon load of barrels while mako a man of himself to ed to firry the mall dally except Sun- be was on his way to tho Ico factory Th aJiulnUtratur of Jaiua T. How will on KDITOR L. K. HUNT, of tho Somerot was here day, leaving hero at 10 a. m , and ar and began to run and kick. Ho tore iiva HmiiQ Journal, across tho covering on ono of tho res- On Tuesday. Oct. 3, 1899 Saturday. He say Gocbol and the- riving at McKInuey at 11:15 return.,....,. ,,,.i I,, itritiit I all rluhl In Pu- ing at I o'clock and reaching hero ervoirs and on behind the factory till On the preiutae hjr hlui at time o( his Unroll) county, Kr , Mil at o:k r. M. Mid will close Sep ho was stopped. Mr. Grimes retained tleith, nearlurncriTlllr, rw)nal roirtr uf hi. eule, . at public ouu tj the laskl. his scat but caught three kicks, ono routUtliiK principally uf a compute wt of MR. I). F. LOUAN Is going to sell out tember "Slh. Tho lino will provo a but would great blessing to those who wish to In tho breast, another In tho stomF&nnlng Iaplensnts and Machinery in Oct. G, sco advertisement, ach und tho third on his leg. Ho wus rood condition. Hcutaholi and Kitchen Far-not toll us where ho Is colng. Tho communicate with the West Bnd. brought to town and examined by sur- nlturs, Buggy, Surrey 141 old Sheep, 2 work county doesn't want to loso so good u Soldikrs Tooic Thkm. After Jim geons, who said ho was not sorlously UUIOS. USTSes, aiiea ana oiaccsa aaj, also citizen. and Sol Gritlln had mado an unsuccess- hurt. Afterwards Mr. BcdullChuneel-lo- r growing Corn, a let of Wheat, let., &:., Hus- 10 Shares of Stoci in National Bant of MRS. J. C. Ni:al, of Morclaml, cavo ful attempt at London for release under look him home and ho was getting tonvllle. us an Interesting letter for publication hubea corpus proceedings, Gov. Bradon all right at last account. Tk.RU. Sunn of 810 ami uuder, ah In hand, from her son, Will L. Ncal, at Salt ley ordered the Harbourville company ourlhat amount thru luoulha' irnltlou Miurnl LakoClty, but It has unfortunately of State guards to convey the prisonTin: death of John Avery Huldeman, nolo with Internl from daleJ Kirn;. Admr. gotten misplaced, which will explain ers to Manchester to unswer the charge which had been expected for somo It non uppearanco tlmo, camo at an early hour Sunday of murdering Deputy ShcrllT Thuckor. Miss ANNA COVKK roturned to They sturtcd on tho trip Sunday and morning at his homo on 1th Street, PUBLIC SALE OF Saturday with Misses Noll thu examining trial wus to havo been Loulsvlllo. HI disease was ccrebrltls Itichmond who havo FarPott and Muymo Plckle. held yesterday. After tho prisoners und fur two mouths ho has been very 111. been lior guests und In whoo honor hud been ordered to Manchester and Ho wus thu second son of Mr W. N. alio entertained Thursday ulght. Mis boforo the order for tho troops was Is- Huldeman, owner of tho Courier-Journ- al 11 Govor will ro enter tho M. F. I. for and Times, und after being On Thursday, Oct. 5tli'99 sued, ShcrllT MoHurguo summoned a course. IH!clal posse to go with him In which ho In- educated at Washington und Leo Uni Iltvlnuliuat Ulu'iloik.A u., I will wll all ofmr Misses live, o sUtors, at the place TllOSK handsomo cluded ull thu men who upcuicd to tbo versity, naturally tooK to newspaper btuik, CruiMsinl linplimnu to lead lu; tu DJUillle, llor-gaullnfnmi Maufurdou the pi Klen.r, Viola, Uiulno and Julia governor not to send troops und thcro work. Since ISM he has been the bus coDiUtintof ol Memphis, who havo been at was great consternation till the sol- Incss manager of thu Times and for CATTLE, since Muy, loft Grub Orchard Spring several years ulso treasurer of thu 50 YEARLING diers arrived, yesterday for Hutto, Montana, to which Wrlijlilnic from tJXilo Too pound, Courier-Journ- al Job Hurrah For tub Wombn. Tho was u largo hearted, Printing Co. Ho point their father has moved. They aro clover man, who LOT OF JERSEV COWS and made local branch of the C. W. B. M , In very elegant young ladles celebration of the silver Jubilee of tho countod his frlouds by tbo legion and whllu In this section. many friend lliclttrrrdlu the A J C C. a lot of lldfenthat organisation, met Suturduy ut tho his death brings sadness to them all. are.ulijHt l rtvlilry, aouieCowathat will lMlrv.li Mrs. Gu Ilofmunn aocoinpanied them Muy tboso uion whom It most heavily hr the middle of Iheiuunth and othrre lu Nutm-beChrlsllun church and emptied their all uow In full now ofiuilk, as far a UmUvlllo. foal to How Utll, I MarclyM'llu, mlto boxes when thu gratifying sum of falls, tho aged parents, brothers, sis Mare, hjr Cnillau,dam bybuluu, $70 was counted out. One ludy hud $2.1, tors and loving wlfo und children, Und old k....t.r.t ,ljui t,v U. K Ll.iv t a alrtbv (lam i... LOCAL HAPPENINGS. C but shu declined to let her numo be thut consolation which ulonu cometh to 1,'lno, dam by j..iwI" Clay, I fancy combined .wMare, . mm.v -. u..v .,. of rwa Country produce and fresh butter used. Tho money Is for mission work those who cun truly say, not my will I nicelotiiariM. aud bhoaie. A wanted ut Heuzloy tc Carter's. and shows whut tho women can do by u butThlno, O Lord, be done. Mr. Huldo-mu- n wus twice married, tlrst to Miss FOUR GOOD WORK MULES. FAMlLYlward at Llunlotta Springs little self denial. Whenever they dony Lolla ltyan, who lived but a few years, Some aud wiue yearlliu umlia. themselves unythlng they put tho cost wiiowa. nearly uew, I uew llurkhoard, I nood this month nt $.1 60 per week. In the box and It and in 1&S7 to Miss Annie Buchanan, of Woiii4llatu,l it.lllludr.. mauy Mow of tho thing desired other en Itoller. Wheat lifll aud a ureal Uailky tells us thut In hi counts up pretty fast if they uro honest this county, und shu w,lth three chil- liupleuieut. too uumerou. to lueutlou, ume Juiku: bolters, ho with tbo Lord. Mrs. Will Severance Is dren survive to suffer his loss. Tho HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN FURNITURE. talks with tho burial occurred ut Cuvo Hill yesterday, a number have been wrongly president of tho organization hero, r llnd that .bucked at Juno Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, SUairea of Cum Hale, of Hood the kiup, a lot of Hay. und thut others uro getting Miss Anno Shanks recording secretary Mr. uwor 7ou susplcloned In hand, W and All um every Miss Dollle Mcltobert treasurer and who hud been ut tho bedside several lKima amount ofhaukabl. uu ler, cob wontha note four nil right. Ho further says thut I OTerthal days and the rest of her family l ' LtXIAN. without Icteleal Auctleueer, of them In the West Knd Is for Miss Funnio Shanks corresponding man T 1). UDjlUn, voto for him any way. North ami will Shit. 19, 1899 Cakb walk, mlmtrelr, &o at ton' Opera Ilouao Friday night. Tub Twleo-n-Wc- ck SoverancoASon'. IIavi: your coal hauled dry. at Ouit terras uro strictly cash on coal and feed. Do not ask for credit. J. II. Haughman rmiftmm&MimimmMm,T&mi . 3 J. 11. Haughman fc whllo It Is Co. it Co. ,V Caldwkll i New Goods In great aluimtnnec nnd grrnt varieties. We hnvo taken the uimoil enre In the selection of our Fall uml Winter Goodj and v,c ask oil to ii Come and Let Us Show You Our Npw I'lald Skirtings, Crcpon, Cheviots, Alio Shoes, Clothing, Hat and Caps. Silks, Trimmings, Ac, p iu pt SEVERANCE A SOWS. ' m m rt. God-Dcn- I.ni-ii.te- cha-gln- v, Royal Worcester Corsets are unqualifiedly the highest type of Corsets produced in America. Made in Long-- Short and medium lengths. THE DOWAGER. , PStyle 545. I For Stout Figures it has no equal. If you do not wear them, try one, they will certainly please you.. t., JOHN P. JONBS. GO TO JAMBS FRYB Tor nice now Ktssoiieo 4 i Llua-betbtow- Dry Goods and Motions, the Xuwest Thing in lNrccktics, CoUnrs.Cu.ld, Shirtsund Umlu- rienr ofnll Ivimltj, for Big, Litte, Old and Young. Latest Style Shoes y)ar' Men, Ol rls and Hoy. Tho very lU"it thing In Clothing. 15 exnosdenco In taking measures and I can lit any old shnpu. I will be glad to furnish you any day lu the ear suitable goods ut bottom lirlcc Tor HORSE STOLEN JAMBS PRYB, Hustonville. nl n, Too Hot To Gook. IJny Uneeda Uiscuits, Uncwla Ginger Wnfers, Druniiuei Lunch lihcuits, Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, Sliced limn, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olive", Ilome-Mad- m 1 e Cheese, Ac, From Stock, Crop and ming Implements. 1 HIGGINS & McKINNEY. "Try Grape Nuts. Youwill llkeii Cypress .Shingles u, 'A.C.SINE, Metal Koofing. . r, ii 'sW Opp. Iron Fence. STANFORD, KT. Mill Work. 111 1 1 A Family Carriage That corauints TvoS-hora- 1 r'ud-Ja- beiiuly and comfort with convenience, ia one of our well made, easy rid It is iui: nd elegant Surrey. unexcelled for worRmaushlp, durability and comfort, aud will give more katbfactioo fo' gen. eral family use tliuu other niHile Wo fire fcelliug them Cheap and Fast. car-ria- B. K. AATearen Gourt-llou- & Son, Strtufocd, Ky. JUS. .t. 'IP I " pppqpi(!9nR!VRSRVl' WIW "jOWl EN ROUTE TO MANILA, HUSTONVILLE. THE INTEKIOR JOURNAL $1 PER YEAR CASH eoyatdira.co b m-- When not o'J' lr No. a ffllliE TIB Amlres at Stanford at at Stanford J.t ..tJ-Un- M a. u . KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 1:08 ; & Ibarra Ho.ZiLearee HJ' ' Stanford at " bat. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ho, 14 Train join j North '' South ." " o. For allirolnta. B07Cm TICKETS SOLD. m .. 2 41m k ....12 11 S ..W52pm 35 10 tlACMAHE CHECKED THROUGH. ot For anr Information enquire JOE S. RICE, Agent, 6tanford, Ky, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. u- - 'J7:'jOSEVHR.NEtt-TOSQUEEN . A. O. r. A. & CRESCENT. 11 Tralne nn Jetton City aa tollowe: ... 1 South ... P - ? J North 4 p -- "l Mam J ' 6 lPam " " rn:Mp SiS no fur5--- Hoe. land I do not atop, thee than junction vuj 9 .ad 10 run A. 8. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Ws $& 3 GJcHHfcj Stanford, Ky. Owilty Offlo.cr" McRoborU' Drug Store In tha J.G.J4cCLAY UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HABN3SS, SADDLEEY, STANFORD, &C." KT. Caldwell & Lanier, Danville, keep a full lino of shoe and gents furnishing San Francisco, Sept. 10. Tho vol- goods cheap. unteer of Ltncoln and Casey counties, Tho "Hustonvlllo Olympics" wero promised to wrlto letter to tholr many defeated Saturday by tho Danvlllo friend at home, and wo knowing that team by a score of 8 to 3, at tho Ccntro i.Vi imtkriok Journal U a wolcorao Collego Park. vlltor to tho many hornw of Casey and Work on tho hotel was begun lasi Lincoln, decided to wrlto tnroujjn week, and In a short tlmo we wont bo paper. Wo tho tho columns of that able to recognize tho wore mustered Into tho service on tho Wcatherford House. Hustonvllle, to bo 21st of August at Thn tp.tm that Mr. Sam Held was onrollcd with the 20th U. S. Uej;lraont, driving became frightened at a train at but on reaching Cincinnati wo found It Moroland Monday nnd threw mm irom mu flllod nnd than wo were ordorcd to the wacon, cutting his faco considera Columbus, O., to bo enrolled with tho bly and knocking two linger out of 37th, which is now In Manila. Wo wore place. in Columbus clcht days nnd our grub Mr. V. U. Morse sold out his sioro to and beddlnfj woro Rood. We wero or C. L. I'rultt and a Mr. Cox, ol I'arks-vllldered from Columbus hero, taKinp live also his residence on MnlnJStrcct, days and nights to reach this placo. which Is now occupied by J. W. Davlu. Tho boys wcro almost worn out wnen Mr. Morso and family aro unaecmeu as wo arrived. Wo came through on a to whero they will go. sleeper from Chicago. Our sleeping Wo aro ulad to welcome Dr. v. W was very good but our eating was Hom Penny and family, of Stanford, to our ing extra. Tho scenery was grand, tho city. They aro domiciled nt tho oath- plains of Kansas and Colorado and that erford House, whero Dr. Penny will of tho Rocky Mountains being unsur- practice his profcrslon dentistry. J. passed. On reaching tho heights of Sid Adams has gono to Danvlllo to tho mountains our captain gavo per clerk In Caldwell & Lanier's. Miss mission for us all to get out anu exor Elizabeth McCabe, of Midway, Is tho cise ourselves on them and tho boys guest of Miss Kathorlno Uaugnman. wero soon scattered every where. Louis VnnAreduIo Is quite 111 ol typhoid J. If. Wells found H fevor. John Taylor and family, of in hn rattlesnake measuring 5 feet, 8 Inches Uradfordsvllle, aro visiting his brother irith it rattles. He didn't look llko .1. It. Tavlnr. Mrs. J. F. WItbcrspoon, a Kentucky rattler but ha was as black of Talaiagc, Is with her daughter, Mrs. as our blackanakes. He was soon a John W. Dryc. Miss Loulso Culbertson nnmtn nnd his hide taken. One of our and little Ruth have returned to tuclr lieutenants Is wearing it for a hat band. homo In Covington, after an extended The name of our camp Is The I'realdlo, visit to relatives hero. Mis M. S. and our eating and sleeping are very Logan is In Cincinnati buying ber fall good, considering camp Wo. we navo stock of millinery. Mrs. I. bieeit a Y. M. C. A. and a Red Cooss society has returned from Loulsvlllo. Word which we attend when not on duty. has been received hero of the serious Drilling and target practice are our Illness of Georgo U. Adams In Texas. hardest work. The crack shots of our Calvin Carpenter left for Kansas Satsquad are Dill Toombs, of Casey, and urday and will mako that State his Budd Woodson, of Lincoln. Wo can't home In tho futuro. Miss Dolly u. say how long we will be hero, a? our Wtlliams, who was tho guest of Miss orders are expected every minute. Tho Lou Hooker, has returned to Lexing tmnannrt has been ventilated and In ton. MUd Lena Taylor, ol uunnviuc, spected and now in tho harbor waiting Is vlsltlnc Mrs. Nannlo Harper. for us. Wo have have seen several KINGSV1LLE. from Manila, claiming it to be as W. F. Martin. healthy as here. Tho great reunion encampment clos ed last evening. To call It u sucoeos FOR STANFORD. HURRAH would bo but faint praise. A better ALA., Sept. 15. MONTGOMERY, regulated assemblage tho writer never Stanford, the rising city; hurrah for attended. The popular prices for eat- Sho Is Stanford, my native home able and drinkables was of course n awakening from a deep slumber qull0 an aUractIon The mulc by the ,ho rallov" where sho has been, lol Stanford band was very lino and added these many years. Kip Van WlnKio s greatly to tho common enjoyment, i ho ilncn sleen was no circumstance to It. oratory could scarcely bo excelled. Her cood citizens aro tired of living Col Hill showed clearly how much mo and expiring In a blacksmith's village. am indebted to our Revolutionary an She Is now having her "resurrection cestors for the liberties wo now" enjoy, day" and Is on tho eve of prosperity coming gradually down to modern with a bright and prosperous futuro times, all Interspersed with bursts ol AltE THESK LINCOLN AND CASEY HOYS. woll-know- n o; Tha SoutKera Uutaal InvKtmsni Comp&nj, J. WULCHHY, Of Lexington, Ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Stanford Fair Coornf Mocinfi'oii. ! HMcUI of Wt Old Will Ycu Llva. Mm CemyanUi P17 Whn In r7 leu SU. Thursday, Sept, Ufo -- 213 Days. Mercliant Tallora. 1IT Weal Tth Plrect, t.'liu'innnii. w Will illaplay famplra at Hie Ht Aaalih Hotel i.. u.,,f..;.t mi tim 23tli of Racli Month. wiirk. A All garment, filled on. I'pto-dal- e ml.ilt la an lmirltilllly with lliLmetliodiif Call nnd examine doing Ini.lneM 31 Patnpli". Tall and Winter. I1'.-I- CKUHES, HUflflELL fi CO. lii ()erllM.0.i0,l.t IMUNEM WEAKEN, OIBIIIl'K.. SMITH ROMAN. , Irflin-n- uiri (inyw llflM W. t M. II. Kentucky Ilnstonvillo, a. c.inn, pm ; a & ir.t vsks, .cy. REDEMPTION. AUCU ST ..I. !.... m unrn niitrrTitTBiu at- itoh' AfU'M( KfMlJ """ 77:;., (Continual from lait Ivua. nJ Cwr cwunllc. Full lk 0OntM4 (Vxt Paid PEPPLES JOHN C. ttlwrion hand. " IV 1f..n.t Ulamt.tn (imiinil intl . .,.,. f... init..rnf I.tneoln Count r U,.CArjDttf.Wor. Va, 3d) kf. L -. ( Sy lol. I'l Annt, - Prrmhnntfor JioniUlfrhnq; Jlij 1'rtmiumt for &ultlt llontt, tth I'rtmiumt in A U IHnM. A Ortal rout it hiptcitd. J. T. SUTTON, Unrtortalter, ii Cirll. liumJ,Nwrrt " Nwa, " 8m ft Vary n. Hunter. Islington Ophfllt Vnrla, llnmln John A. IW1. ffors.town 1 M Vallw. Iitn.lnn Taylor A 1rwls. Ixul.Tlllc lAnAiian, ijiiidbiuu I1 M V. Sultnn. " Jno. W Lanralr, Ulnglon Salllo ltlhj, Iwl'iirg It.) I. lltrr. Unlstlll Mn. A ll'nl.Ucu, KU Tboiuai iiarriinciun iTnuuana t A U'.lh-- r trm Mllllnn ( .101) I (HI 4(11 4AQ in tUt lull ion auble.-- t to Iho action of the democratic par mil ty. Your support la aollcltru lull ion RIM so: Rcol, Wlnhilr XL'lllld II II si ll.t.ll-ii- tr inm .Mj SOU Aral 4 an 4M 41.1 .10) oocl 4 30 4 00 lar ..rain. of hum an.1 iU to tor-- ji J IN roml'lnM roaJ.lrr. IVIro "",'. No. iSii ( llull. l.ra.lr.1 by lb. Inbred ""TJ 20 InlMroJIST and dam lnf.nta llrn.,''-i.- i an; M.VI wer. twoorwr ton herd at ihe World', l.alr f'''n:n"rl" mil S07 VIH FOR SALE. I.I....-- R. A. JONES, DENTIST, .tiK Ilia iniMtt J'! "f ' Lome I'T l"jMt Stniifurd , IM Itwil, llsrrixNIiurg l'liovnfx Ixxleo No IJ Ilii;ton 400 llonrv liix. iouuviiio II 0 00 'M.m Ilinvlll.. 000 llfHsle M IHiUlev. Itlohmoml 4 00 I'. J. linplmir, Ixlnjtim 4 SO J. C. Klvr. Covington . .1 ItrlwNiw. Mnl.rllla 0 00 Mm 4 50 J. II. lntlo, IxltiRton 4 00 AUH'tl iiiniun, T i.llak ion 9frt in.imuoaiiy 114 ililreni. Iwtheril.ofK.ntmkT (IS 0 ROT 8 0T 11. nni IJ ,u'r??1'i ",;. Mr K. MISS EVELYN TARD1F, Tho Seamstross. Plain and Kaabtonable Sowing Cutting and Water Worka at. Fitting a Specially. and are or writ, lor what I1lrr.trawual.le. IS p'l x". i ... r.nin t W "V WA1.TIIN, Iia. wM rVrfinll 18 18 8 IT 0 08 18 l BEKZLEY HOTEL. U08 NOT W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., ORAB OROHARD, KENTUOKY. W. S. BEAZLEY, D. I). S., U W. Mrtlnll. Lnulrlllo Hurry A. Juilj. AMilaml Luther MrMlllun. Lexington J. L. Llilc. Done rail, 00 3 50 ! 00 4 00 4 It SOT 3 02 Lnucnstcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain Willi ! r. 400 3 00 TOO Fannie !tnrllng, Lexington V. T. Iloleroft, OeorgeUiwn Mm. II. Koglc. Mlduletiurg II gptcndl.l Accorumoilntlona. s 0T iii.w. i,. iViKit nnd Milidinr Wen, 8 07 Uxtca HeawJiiabl. l'lue .Water 42 0CI Vitallt'd Air. I'tixalcUn In attend-auc- 14 11 ODIce In the New Thomon llulldlng, T 3 30 t. 00 Joanna McWhortcr. Mldillcburg Mr. M. K. l'nlton. Ntcliolnarlllc 8 00 8 00 Jl. T. Arnett, TOO Milton Jolinton. MiiTaTllle soo Tapp tc Co. Murthonvlllo l00 7 0S 15 14 14 11 TO STOCK MEM 1 1 10 14 I 14 S00 8 00 I'ranlr ltnfli N'nwimrt NPWH. Va. 4 00 4 00 UiuU Lontnnu. ClientiK'nVo Syn. Ilaltlmorc, Mil. 3 30 3 30 3 30 3 30 Mm. A. II. Power. Flvmlngaburg 3 30 3 30 A. II. Ilowmau. Loulirllto A. C. 0(X)Je, Ixlngton F. rSAHCKM, rr:;rit:r II I have on hand Slock Mors, II rv.,..,. stock for AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD. KY. nnil other inn v,una, r .....nn nr write tO niC .. II 18 II w.i. v.., w sale. 10 II lint Hotel (n the MuuuUln. ritr. eonthlcrnl you need any of the above. SOT liilrrtlartalttralua. ejul alteatlon . trat. ellnj mm SOT 7 0J H. CREER, Stanford. Ky T FRITH HOTEL,, 7 03 03 J. wilum. rWmion Wharf. 3 30 3 30 r ltlpr. Lawrvnccourg NlclioloarlllcSOO II. M. Mc'nrtla-.Jr- . T. r 3 30 l KnrM T.Ylnptnn 11 r. l (!li..iitlmni. IluUvllto 3 30 3 30 J. T. FjntwiKiO. Georgetown W. K. I1 II. XlcOlnne. Lswrenceliurg T CO T03 T03 T03 11 II TOJ 03 A Mason Hotel l.nncattcr, MItS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. t first-cla- Joiik it CiaTt.rwAX, AiiTiirnfJ. I.xniik lliiLCKixmixii; CaarLCM N. Kentucky. ow ROYAL 01 Mm, t. simuiona. uiiiumnno Aunlo Whlttinan, Lexington " Mark Mven. Milton Jolinxm, Mayavllle E. T. Uliiy, lMn nccliurg 3 30 3 00 03 Everything T03 iab!o. T03 meet all trains. T03 0 01 S ewljfuruUhcJi clean beda; plcniJa lortert i. INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. 300 COO SOI 12 M UT T(0 1 3V0 W. W. btorka. LouSrllle Too Clara Vetli. Newport 7 oo O. L. Uarth. Georgetown r 11 mv..w llnrm.ltwirir 3 So CurryA.Vnnarilall. Harrolaburg3iKi -m..m.....v niuivi .iiiilnuiii 0 oo C. II, i'tanwfHKl. Sail Trail. Cal. 0 oo Wlneliealer Cliaa. J. Stuurt, 3 3o Mik. L. II. Ulren, llarrothliurg 3 " II. O. Foraytli. lUltlmurv, Mil 3 oo Oriole Syndicate, .. .. a. - ii n ii u To3 eoi II Just Like a 1 Mill. Milp-.tuff, T3 12 oT 12 o7 Ool The Compounding ot Medicines. la dono with absolute accuracy in our rilESOKIPTIOX DEPARTMENT and the quality of all drugs used Is of a very high grade. The physician' success In the treatment of difficult cases Is dependent on the purity and freshness ofi'.lhe drugs. Have bis orders filled hero and the result will 5xj highly satisfactory. Cumo to See Us. ahead. Tho Industrious, thriving citizens should take advantago of It. Thov should get a raovo on themselves and build the new railroad that Is now agltatlne their minds. Remember It takes railroads to build up towns, cities and countries. Whero thcro Is competition In this lino you can travel a great deal cheaper as the faro will 03 less, and the merchants will bavo cheaper rates on their merchandise and then they can afford to sell goodB cheaper to their cutomers. Tho old proverb says that "competition Is the llfo of trade" so you can see It will bo beneficial to each and every one of you. Your pop ulation will gradually bo on tno thl will have a tendency to bring manufactories In your midst, and other kinds of business. II you hau about six citizens equal to tho Inter ior Journal, having vim, energy, "push and go ahead" abont them, you would have all coming to you In the way of worldly goods and havo enough of business to share with your envious, jealous hearted neighboring towns. Will G. McKinney. CHAER PATES thn iiooasion. A short, but by no means tho least eloquent address wa by Mr. V. L. wcuariy, mu euiuj h'u moter of tho reunion. Too much credit nnn nnr h. np.rordcd Mr. McCartV in connection with tho Rev. Martin Mld- dloton, who havo been tno presiuing n, iiu, ni. ihn ...-- - - - iuquiuuuuu h w (wrasion. LUUtuav. thn i?rav wore liitcrmlngleu in tno crowd and clasped hands in union or mioil rf fflW ref.?vu - I)r. E. 0. fiuttery, llurgln il.vi ltitlinn. UnrriMlsliurir Tho. II. IIolitM. Covington . 3 oo 3 oo a w 7o3 Col Col Ool Ool (lot 3o2 12 oT Sol You take vour Wheat and Corn to Morrto Lsrgeat Fire lnturanre Company In tlie World. Tred'a Kxchango la Win. Ilaagherty'a ahoii I lour la rlanford and get lo exrhango Meal. .anil I lour. Meal. Yoa can alao buy llran. Chicken Fred. Ac . cheaper at rav placo than anr where In town, A trial Manage ra .'outheri. IK part oienl. I. all I aak. I bellere ray exchange will lie a good thing for farmer and I pledge liner. General Ofllcera. Columbia llulldlng, IauIi- trauaactlon. and full wejBlit- My K co.no from Dudderar'a (ioj l.ellle. Ivy. MOIU.IS I llhO.3 Mill, nnd are Telephone No. 6e. Barbee & Castleman, flrat-claa- '!" More-lan- 3oo ft Tho. ,f IViuul, ItMlirniind S3o 2 So W. S. Ilackwortli. SbelbyTlllo 3 oo Uobt. Mentleii. Chicago, III. .3o J. I. McKlnnev. Blielbyvlllo 3 oo O. A. Taylor, Midland. Tcxa9 J. A. Mawte, Newport News, Va, 3oo fess " oo 12 oT 150 (loo FARM FOR SALE. 1 d, c. J. 2 So Claude lluckloy, LouUrlllu ZSo Erneat llorg. Chicago. III. Lee, Nuwport Nowa, ..a. 3 oo Arthur .. IB 3 ixi , .w-- .j f.u.J.kln Tn.ir.fl fif.rirnnlv snvthat thu E. C. Newbold, Lonlnvlllo IIICUUBUlf, 3oo most attractive featuru of tho occasion J. O. l'lukc. Georgetown 3 oo was tho presence of a very largo num- 41r M. A. wjlllama. Veraallle 3 3o ... ft IKI ber of beautiful women God bless "arj ... Ul..til. llli.l.m,inilu r ct.iiuiiu ...v,,m"-Joh2 3o d. I'owera, Klemlngaburg them ! Plenty of young ones but not 3 So one "new woman." Tho old fashion A. tj, ."Ci'Ce, lAjui.viiiu 2 So Kentuck-lan- s. Ii. HeaugraAd, t'alinoutli kind are good enough for us 2So So! already too ( V llnlil gelling My letter 3 oo lool trad. Atlanta. Oa. long, so 1 will close. Will add some Carl llegner, 2 So 3o2 I), w. uiiapuian. newp.)ri ,ie D. M. C. thlugs In my next. 2 So 3o2 II. 1'. Gay. SmltbUeld, Va. 1 M. Curtl. W. II. Lindon " " " 3oo 3 oo In a aplendld Contatna 103 acrea and 3o2 atate of cultivation. On tho lllack plke.2S The moat centrally located and only 3o2 mllea from HuatonTllle nnd U, from lool llaaonlta dwelling of Ave roome ZF'IjRST-Cnij.A.S- S 3o2 ..n,i mn,l inant liou-Imldea lool outbuilding., fpleudld orchard, good well Ool andtwo.prlnga. Term. ea.v. Hotel lii the city making a Ool Hn.tonvllle. Kv. Sol 3o2 5o2 One block from the principal hopping Col Ool district anil two block from thu three Ool principal theatre-- . ol OR TRADE. 3o2 Street cam pia thetloor to all put-o- f 12 oT tho City. Everything ncnt anil clean. farm of 240 anrt ln Soulbeaal Kanaaj So2 Well I 3o2 JOnillrafrom the Mlewarl Una. tlM. thUkly -tSo. good f.ruilnarountry, In I entrat THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL LoulNvlHc, Ky., RATE. -- FARM FOR SALE d Keu-tikor trade for farm dtnvrrnee In a . Canpayll.il'" b Sl.nlord. Ky. Addrraa llox H. (76 KEDTioTi'lioli TTiiTiTTuN J. Penny's Drug Store. "Wolon! Till: r:tarM cycle DANVILLE CVCLECO., DANVILLE, KY No. Ill Third et. ani Do All Kinds of Espilrlaj. Bi- mmssat "gjf Mjrgcvjttgmu inm ((3 The Favorite Line To Now York via C. k O. account Dewoy celebration. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will sell round-tri- p tickets to New York City on Sep. 2tith, 27th and 23th, at JiM.CO for tho round-tri- p, limited to Oct. 1th returning, and oa uccount of tho Dewoy reception at Wa.hloton. D. C. will sell round-tri- p ticket to Washington on Sep, 30, and Oct. 1. at $19 40, limited to Oct. (ill). Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Railway is tho onlv lino from Lexington with through slcupsrs and dining car to Now York and Washington without chuugo. tor looping car reservations apply to Geo. W, lUrney, Dlv. Pasa. Agt., Lexington, Ky. (100 tlOU. Marahall, Lexington, Curei Cut.. A. L. llucklen'a Arnica Halto eure-- liliu. fakln l.ruj.. J. A. Harlow, llrulKi, Uurei. Holla Kelou.. Corn, eentsa box. G. l. cur on earth. tlous. Heat O. O. Patterwin, Curaguarantewl. bolJ by fenny, Uruajlat. " I) II Good eatate O M Aalicr, Margli l'rentlci', LonUvlllo FARSX II fl Vuiiplifin. " Kami contalni OO acrca; half In wheat, balance In J T Murray, - ,vi-'"- p L-- yirier or auuiw. iV 1" Taylor, J r torn, tx II O lleMperger. Keeno la. Ky. C I) Achor. lndlanapolU O It Marachall. Lexington I). II Good eatnlo " llr B A Donaldaou " Wa the Uall that hit (1. 11 Ma.lmin. of Newark, Mich., In IheClxIl Wir. It mused horr ble Ulma that no treatment helped 6r M yeara. Then . II Xllflw.ll f,.llltl. ,1. .....V..V... ww. -- ..., A. L. Maracliall, lxingion, W. I). Finch, U.iuvllle, , , i FOR RENT. l. NOTICE ! J. GINSBURG, or Louisville, Will open a 3 oo lool SI So ISA ix) 01 So 17 oo Go So 14 oo S3 3o 133 ix) 30 So 171 oo Co So 171 oo 3i So IIS oo Sh So IIS oo 3d So 108 oo 20 T3 hS So 37 So 103 oo 3 so 1CS oo 3T So IMoo .17 So Kl'oo SO 3i 1 02 CO So 102 oo MI So 102 on SI o 130 oo LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, lloraea and Hulea conatautly on band and for aalu nt all time.. B. G. FOX, '' FIRE, JliIFE & INSURANCE. vm Oniy the beit coiiipntilea reprcecntcd. In(ulrlc8 roticltetl, . IS, U. II. MAllONY, Agt., fitanfonl. rboly jl Located Brick Sesldcnco la Mcatl cello. Kentnciy. with 57 acres cf Land well Improved fcr Silo. Total I'rollt over cost. . . SS.toO-.- S.74SD.OI 10 f.l.M.t ri.. .k. trnxiuariv ! knnwn ai lh Juhn CLril man place and 1 utruplal now by Uuli (urtfy . ! atlliliari k r,.,m (Atija Watll U nuc nw door. nonii.orti.aM , irmi-- ii ouiiiuhuiih. ...i.n. Soutnern Railway T11K tMrr DR. R. COLDSTGIN, 0So. ! olli-'iiirli A Racket Store A't., Louisville, - Kentucky, litn, Jl'iff t of the In llio INTKKIOU JOUKNAL nUILDINO. County Mitloua next door to tin. Llniolu wllh n fu I and llauw. on eeptembet aa. St. Aaiiph TJotol, Stanford, Wed- NATIONAL BANK comploto lino of Mea'a. Hoya1 mid C 1 illdnii arnlaliuusdaj.Oct. Bhooi, llata mid Clot ilng. VoaU. .. Or" STANKOUP, KV. ni.l ,uiik ILW1111I1IV laI'YITI "liw for tliuy uiK'iii'il. tiiluntiii'j one thuj intueh month. .....ii .i... aiud will aoll good cheaper tliim btunfoid of. Capital Ottck 8100,030. Sarplui, SXZ.6S3 61 aurroundhig country people, evur lieurd Ejcj Esiralaei an! Olaswj Scientifically Thl. iMlltutlon oiUlnally eilabllthed aa tha ! Aajtmea. lu.irein Mmitietllu, Ky , and orruplr.1 by lia' 1...I. a. L'.a... aa dtt ntl lIlllJA Iflf DOtlf. IHA1 'I hi" 1 aa (owl a Hand ai there lain and .. MonlliUo l"t ItUMUeee. ror juiov Kontuck d Iron, the alwre rTnlly - br ft Aiwuluveiurtwltha grt 1"- and auy oue wbo SOUTHS ik ki.n thli irvifrlr . It would do wrll lu .,, wanlt Jr JAJ1M WlMA.ll.itr., iu;r,iiiic, " tiut Inm lur Mia a bu.li- .- ruui. brlfk. u'. .i..iu.ir....ln tA H U rarntr of it to iiuMiC- a" ....! HEITBT PK.NimtATKs SYSTEM. rl. GREAT STATES .,.. EIGHT Tenneaacn, Virginia, Georgia norm nun douiii L.arouna, Alabaiua, MlaaLulppl. FIRST Through Sleeping Cars Itelwern Uiulsvlllo and thu South. l ltLWAUD, will lie iileaaeit to learn of thlt tint Uiere ia at liut out) UreaJeil himn ,m. has letn aU to cure la all lu ilojc. and that e la the Trains Morning and Evening from Un U Catairll. Hall'aCaUrrh Curemedical only fraternity cure now known to the Ida Stulion, 10th and Uroadway. n Ualuru iieiUfT a eouauuiiiouai mimumt, iriuni; Haifa Catarrh Cute I; coutlltutloual treatmrut Passengers desiring Information and taken luteruaUy. actinic directly Uu the blwul to Wisconsin. Minnesota, rvebraslca auil niuiuui eurfuctw u( the it.teui, thereby rates IlieillMiMi, and nlvlnj and points: In iho far West, Including Cal- thrpatle litttreunth by bullJIui up the iwn.lliu-llouau- d wUI1d luture lu dolnitlta work. Hie ifornia, should addruu ............. I. awu.d,.!, I. f.lll. l rin,,irulllrM,i.iW. r, lliat the ulter One llnndnd HoUara for any Frank J. Itced, Gen. Pass. Agt . taw tit. til fjlUtocur.. i;rnd lur Hit of tettluiou E. II. Bacon, Di. Pbbs. Agl. tula. CHICAGO. Tha re)m tti Lincoln County National Bank. Cacitalbtotk.'tlOO.vOO. GOOD LAND FOR RENT. o alt Bank ol Stanford lu IMS, thoa leouanlaed u TIIUKU DAILY TUAINST F.iich way the National llank ofStanlord lo IW3 auda.alD eorganlied aa Ihe Hrat Natloual Itank oliStaiiford In lMLuae had pmtlcally anuulnlarruptedexUl- betwecu Loularllle and Lexington SuirortoTbrarmiMlUnk A Tnut auu uuur aaiue luaumsiuwu. w tuil; lor it Year Conipaoy Solioits Your Bank Aooount, Hoi.lnf auch budueaa relalloua will prore mutual. -. I, - .it I.. ltMintrv. MIL tit -- m. IS? mVi . h.. eneefor It yeara. It It belter lurolled now wit. ,. -.- ..--, throe houi aou ouiouiiuuig., mm 1 K ladllllea for tranaaetlug builowa prouitly and lib wilbwaler,30 acieaof llil.wUlu laud to . liiwhmtoreoiu.aiid thenlwloflri.il erally than eter llore lu Ita Iouk .al.tnaamMt In lorn, career. Account! of UdlxUiuli, Cdutllilea.llruii a.- 196 lA-OE- W . A. TUHK. O. P. A.. Waahlngtou, U. XV. II TAYLOR, A. (1 V I. S ., A. LmtairlUs .Kh iririW. cb 1U .' H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., In Receiving IiIh Spring & IIOUSIS FOR RENT. W.U. McDoel, Charlc -- Vlco-Pre- Gen. Mgr. II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. i. Kold by Prugittita, Vk. llaU'a 1'aiulty .'ill. are the beat. r j. cueney & a) , i oie.io, . ma o. w. l)Ilti:CTOUS: v7"j.isrTEnD And wtlltug to pay ton price In csii for "" l'.uc' Chickens. Egga. I'urknvs. Oluwjng, Yellow Hoot, Iron Wax. and ular. liidtM of all Vtuda, Copper. Uratw, a. lu tb tuurket for ikine. Alw will txprice before elllug.wool, and Tho president ha authorized thu orSee too and get wy at my cut soot caah. Ofllce, near headauarter. ganization of a company of Indians for Depot, Bun-!".At I'eace' "OVlNBON tcrlco In the Philippine. . m Low lUTia to Detuoit. Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. P., September 12 to 21. Tickotsatlow rates Kith and 17th via tho Queen & Crcecont to Cincinnati. Ask agents for full partic- Wllllauia. .J.j.B. owtley, br.,, WUllain Uooch, A. W. Canwulcr, W. II. Cuiuului, J, L Lynn, S. II. bnank J. y. Caah, J. II. Owiley. eight room. In Lanruater a largo homo ofbo u.ud with located Ilclug centrally bottrdliig-hauae- ,'can K. Held, Uucoln udvaiitagu u u AOV OHO WlalllUg llliuruia.iuu u.j "i'i- -j S.T.llarrla, " J. M. OllANO. Laucuatcr to j- a&dtndlrlJualaaollclteJ. DIKlCTOal. Co.j ' J.W. llaydan, Blanfoiii 8. II. Uau.huias, " " J.S. llockar, OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. W.f. Walton " " T.r. nni, W. A. Trllitle, J. 11 Calller.Crab Orch'a U. J. wnwr, mi. veruoa M, D.EIuiore, Utanford, Summer Goods. Goods Warranted. l'XGuaranteed.J- Give Him a Call. VFlCUKo: 1. U. Shanki, I'realdeuti J.U.Owaly.Cuhter W.M.mbibt,Aa.U uhUr. official. I would llko to take optloni on good farina a aahli r. J B. llockar, Pruldenli J. J. McKobarta lu Lincoln Couuty. For u.rm. and partlcu-larWM. LANIJOUAl ddroa A. A, McKluuar AaiUUut Cakler, ivy. ixriger, j iVJ.4- - ,. 3 . ie -