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LANCASTER, ) dog tllcil (mm tho At Owcnsboro citizen of 11 nplundlil A Now York llonJ 'ut tho throat of O. F. Tlllottls very sfek. otTuotn of swallowing n Hrown button, thu womiin hn hud wronged and threw Deputy Sherlll Win. Ward has been liul week. In Livingston. her body Into Inkc Chautauqua. Oeorgo W. Ilutehc.on was niolntci 1 hose button uro certainly "pl.un." Cynthtami Democrat. Luther Southworth, charucd with Mrs. Kato Prlco bought Jesse Duty's tKiittnuetur of Lawroneolmrg Hubert Trent I'alne, who was noml- - killing Town Marshal Dukout Stamp- farm ot 122 acroe. near Hyatisvllle, nt Tim MndlMin circuit court font 10 nn 91",000 113 tier aero. convicts to tbo penitentiary, ti no for naled for governor of Massachusetts, Is ing Ground, has be'in rolca-tcFor shoes, hats and cents' fnrnlshtng arelntUo of Mr. C. II Palne, who ball. inayhcm. Unhurt Henry, of Pilots Point, Ind., goods Caldwell tc Linler, Danville, can inoDanvlllo lmlc, K. of V celt-- a married Miss Lucy Tate, of Stanford lil Oov. Urml ley's last days In ntllco nro In u Tit of nntrcr. shot ono of his hands not bo beaten In stylo or prices. brnlcdlt33d uunlvuronry with being inudo so miserable by pardon olT. Hlood poisoning ret in and he Itice Hengo has leased tho Ilest hobanquet, Ac, lnt wcok. tel uud Mr Isaac Hniniltop has leased Thirty tbrco tnon woro Arraigned at seekers that hn has lunied nn order died. Tho Iron furnaeos at Big Stone Gap. iho Lancaster hotel for tho cntulm; SprlngUeld on n charge of kukluxing. prohibiting personal apptl. Tho Mexican Congress unanimously Va huvu boon sold to tho Virginia' year. Thoy were dismissed lor lacK 01 on voted President niaz $100,000 to pay Inin. r,iitl .V rnlfn Pnmnnnr nnrt will 1i, ' Thu many friends of Itov. Georgo O. dencc. put in operation. Hurnes are anxious for him to como Geo. Cole, who killed Town Marshal tho expenses of his 20 day tour of the It Is suld that Cnpt. Alfred Dreyfus hero lifter ho finishes his meotlug In United Slatos. Thoy must have money 1 loach at Harbourvlllo last Christmas, aud his wife may spend the winter In ourclty. and run oil, has surrendered to the to burn. Tarn rflad to nolo tho fact that Casey If you aro a republican, voto for Tay- San Antonio. Toxis, for tho benellt of Will hold its Fall nnd Winter Display of Hats and authorities. Owsley Is suillclently Improved In n of John Trcston, of lor, If n democrat voto for Goebol, It a tho captain's huHllh. Sam, llttlo Tho los caused by tho lire which heulth to bo hero, mlilgllug with rela Livingston, had his collar bono broken nothing nnd never expect to be, voto the Owonsboro Woolen Mills tlvcs und frlonds Wlldlo Cor, nnd was other Iso budlv hurt by n vie for John Young Urowo will exceed $100,000. Thoro aro suspiAlexander West ha bought Mrs. lous sow belonging to J. H. Stephens. Mt. Vernon Signal. 11. I Kute Prlco's farm of 1)7 acres, tbrco James II. Mujligan, c.. consul to cions of Incendiarism. A sample trunk belonging to SS8 do-iSix ptssongers were killed and five miles from town, on tho Lexington Sanxm, was the prlnclptl speaker at u Kgley was stolun Iroin tho London big democratic rally nt Lvxlngton. injured in a collision on tho Denver turnpike, ut $17 per acre. and rltlctt of lu contents, consistnnd lllo Grande railroad nt P.eno SidAuditor S. II. Stono wa9 hero Satur ing of juwulry tnlued ut 1,U00. Hgloy Ho will mnko n tour of the Stalo In the ing between an excursion nnd a freight day ufturnoon. It L. Llkln has return Jiest assured our styles arc correct. Wc defy compti- It of the firm of Simpson, Kgloy & Sons, Interest of tho ticket ed from Atlanta, at which place Mrs. Mr. Cooliel's tour of tho 10th dl- - train. of Cincinnati, lion. We lead in this line. monument to tbo seven Mosby men Elkln will rognln forawbllo A uurlv walnut log, 31 Inches at tho trlet ld to such satisfactory results executed ut Alexandria, V,i , during Tho ordinance passed by tho city 20 years experience. Every department mall end and 18 fuet long, Including that ho may Invade thu republican ready foj-- - Fall wur was unveiled nt that place. A. council prohibiting tho sbowlnu of tho nxrt which aro ulso curly, which stronghold In tbo 11th district beforo the K. Illchurds, of Louisville, was the or stock, or horse jockeying on tho streets, and Winter trade. cost tho purchaser JSO whom It stood the campaign Is over meets with tho approval of the public. The big democratic barbecue to bo ator of the day. moro to haul It to tho turs, and James Price tins lieen Indicted at given by lmlevillc democrat at tho Dr. J. G. How, of Pembroke, Ky., wu hliicd from Hurnsldo. for sending to Gov. ISrudley win assist, uev J. u. Musecc In conTho examining trial of bol nud Jim Jockey Club (.'rounds has been Kstxo-o- d Laxlncton until Oct 1H, In order thin William un unonymous letter making chnrges ducting a protracted meeting to begin lirlllln at Mauohoitur was ost)ond against Wm. Worthincton, sou of the ut the Uaptit church about the middle If if Jennings Ilran may bo present. of absent wltnoi-s-cs- . until today, because Mr. William Cromwell, who was lleutunaut gntoriior, who is trustee ot of November. fifteen of tbo 10 witnesses are In clerk of tho senate when the Gocbcl thu House of IWorir.. Senator G. T. Farrls Is nt borne Laurel county aud uro afraid of un Huns Hanson, n resident of Cincintoduy, Monday, after belntr In Louis-vlll- u In euo they election bill was passed, denies thu by tho Orlllln faction charge that ho roorted tho bill to tho nati and a traveling salesman for n for ii month. Ho savs that ho bus attempt to go to Manchustcr. MIdiiloloro, "fioncral" Sow-d- houro without thu amendments adopted Loullllo distillery, committed sulcldo seen men from every county In thoStato Near at Manitowoc, Wis , by shooting. On und that tho political dtsatTcctlon Is was allot three times and savoruly In the solute. The Ilnnibrlckltes w 111 put out n full h card be had written: "Cause, mari- greatly cxnuueratod. Hi estimates woundod by "Uonoral" Turner. Thu nes and fear ot lunatic as lum " Goebol's plurality ut 40,000. men arc auclent enemies and rival municipal ticket In Louisvlllo. They Admiral Montejo, who commanded were on opposite aro composed ol those republicans who It Is announced tills, Monday, morn- Hut her excitement nmounls to nothing compared to the stir we will crcoto with our fialoon iseepirs. Thiiy Spanish naval forces In the battle ing, thut John Feland will not bo hero I enormous stock of stilus of tho old tnud J ears ago, lu object to thu domination of Federal tho amine on instructions of Manila b ty, nnd who has been on to scak In behalf of tho republican 00 inun woro killed, and there Is onieoholdurs which komofoarofreoowed hostilities between from Washington and Mark Hanna trial before the supremo court at ticket. This is tho second timo he has Secretary of Stalo Hay, who 'played Madrid, bus been condemned to rotlie-me- nt falltd to appear. Hon. Jus. D. Dlack tho f ik lions. Turner afterwards tole without tbo rlcbt of promotion. Is hero nnd will speak at 1:30. I don't asking "what are flunkey for thing ovornoient at the court phoned to tho oilier At the cii) opera houss at know what ulTcct his coming bad on of St James, and was afterwards jou going to do about It'!'" Tenu , Julia Morrison, thu leading Feland's failure to appear. V. L Page, who was accused of set- brought buck home to fill thu place of lie v. Lapsley McKeo will begin reting tho (Ires that buruod up so much Mr Day, of Ohio, at the head of the lady lu tho "Mr. Plaster of Paris" comedy company, rhotunu killed Frank vival services at tbo Presbyterian of Tayiorvlllu icccnily, bus left for Stote department, has pronounced him-so- lf leldcn, slnc manager and lending church on Oct. 15. Klder C. E. Powell In favor of court d rets at Washingparts unknown, leaving a young wlf, man ot tho company. Tho man had had a good meeting at Uradfordsville who was Miss Salllu UlTull, daughter ton. uccu-e- d her of bad acting. and returned In time to meet his first Thu rullroads have reason to prefer of a wealthy farmer. It came out at I. J. Turpin, a traveling salesman of born, u lino boy, on Saturday. Notand republican rulo. From it valuation of Don't buy until you see 113. the trial that ho wa un Louisville, jumcd from the 4th story that ho sorved u term In tho Indiana &'J,17l,OI0ln 1805, when tho democrats of Troy A: Kraus' store In Cincinnati withstanding tbo birth, bo preached an nblo dlscoureo on Sunday. tionltentlarv for forcory. Ho wont to last made tho niscssmcnl, thoy reduced and was mashed to a Jelly. Ho was K. It. Uarrls, of Blooralngton, Ind., r,'J30,f7 In Tuvlorsvlllo In 1M)j und soon becumo a ltto$52.0IS,002ln ISD0, encaged In showing some coods to a will begin the publication of an indeboclety leader, llnally Ingratiating him lS07andH5,O.V,,Oi:i In 1J03. Tho customer when a letter was handed pendent paper at Paint Lick this wcok. of tho woman, for 1809 has not boon made. self Into tho affection him from his wife. Ho read It, tore It Mr. Harris Is un Intelligent, alTablc repon; over the folly who Is now left to Up to datu tbo charges ugatnst Goeup nnd then in ado the plunge. 3c Co., gentleman, and tho enterprising people 136, wan sho know nothing bol sifted duwu nro thut ho Is a Gcr-ma' of parrying Tho iKntotlleo department has bar of Paint Lick will do their part, if he about that ho was compolled In red from the malls the matter Issued o'oo o'o oo o'oo OO'O o o o o to kill a man, that ho wus nom- by the e.vfclnvo mutual relief and pen- will do his, towards making tho entero o CHURCHES AND PREACHEHS, inated (or governor by tho Loulsylllo sion association, of Nashville, a con prise a success. o o Tho election commissioners for Garo Ilov. A- - J. l'lko tells us that tlio convention nnd that ho Is against the corn which Is soliciting contributions o rard county are Messrs. T. D. Hoblnson, o o he Is holding with Itov. Ad- - L. .t N. controlling Kentucky oliilcs. from Negroes for tho alleged puroo W. L. Lawson and W. T. Phorlgo, Shelby lllo Sentinel. o o u klnsutOllead, has resulted so far Ic of securing the passago ot a bill to being tho samo board, except thut T. o o Grn. Hardin said to an Interviewer: seven additions. former slaves. H. Is appointed In placo of C. A. o o Hrown, who sang here "I am uot selfish about my opinions, Itov O. A. Peter Hunos, u Negro at Harrlston, o It Is tho extrerao of folly to ns-o In but I have said nothing that could ev with tho Kentucky Colonels, was Miss., quarreled with his wife and o Foilthat our votes will not bo fairly o stalled as pastor of tho Glasgow Pres- en bo twisted Into un expression con- threw a lighted lamp ut her, which counted, us threo moro o honorable men o cerning the gubernatorial campaign, exploded, enveloping tho helpless o byterian church Sunday. o aro not to bo found anywhere. way or another. Whan ready to o o Tho Methodists of Atlanta gathered one woman in llamcs, which burned her to William n. Stono, who enlisted for o o In tho Grand Opera House Sunday and talk I have never tot had any trouble death, Tho Negro mado a fruitless tf army service not long ago, has written o o tlnuing un audience or In making my Oils, raised JH1.000 for tho J0th century fort to smother the llamcs and was to his father, Thomas Stono, from San o o fund that tho denomination has self understood." hlmsolf fatally burned. o Francisco, that ho Is liable to sail for o It must bo exceedingly pleasant fur to rulse. started out o tho Philippines at any time. His health o tho Hrown democratb to bo hugged, HHODHEAD. Tho American Sunday tchool union o o Is good and ho will make a vnllant solhas organized 100,0.13 Sunday school kissed, pelted, slobbered over and pal-te- d Sunday night we hud a glorious rain, dier. Ills friends send good wishes ou tho buck by republicans, who with m71,0?0 officer und tcachurs, and tnrougu mis tetter, which ho will re see their only hope of suceene In wheed- which wus budly needed. 4,070,310 pupils. It has distributed Thu few that aro sick uro convales ceive. ling tho deluded ones Into believing frco literature valued ut !,000,000. All but threo or four farmers havo cent. Mrs. K. C. Walton and children Itovs. It. I). Mahony and J. H. Crouch thut John Young Hrown Is In tho race. A voto for Hrown Is u voto for Taylor huvo leturned home uftcr a two weeks' airrecd to arbitrate tho dnmuges for tbo have returned from ltocky Ford, Casoy aud ugalnst every principle of democ- stuy ut tho Albright House. Two buck right of way of tho Southern railroad. county, where thoy held u meeting loads of our young peopled rovo over to It now appears that tho umourt requirDover News. In seven additions. Mr. Mahony racy. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis is now the most Crab Orchard Sunday evening. John ed will bo lu tho reach of tho people cently equipped A'itli the tnirveloii AnustiKuiut Lenses; tho now discovery in optical We have six weeks moro of the camwill preach thoro floxt Sundny inorr.-ln- g. Chorrj.U. C. Painter, J. II. Albright und that tho extension will run through science. I wish to say to tho Ladies that paign. If tho democrats gain as stund-ll- y uud wife, wont to the Ordluution Su our county. It Is uu Insult to tho Intel. In the next six weeks us they huo J. M. IUsh, of Winchester, Is now lu ut Freedom. Itov. Oliver Wal-- 1 Ilgcnco of tho pcoplo to suy moro of tho u meeting with the church at French-bur- in tbo past two months, Mr. Gocbcl uud In wus ordalued to tho gospel mlnUlty benefits to bo derived from tho road. Just received a large stock of the very Durltig his ministry of tbrco tho entire ticket will win by un old-il- ut Freedom church un tho 'Sii. Ha All uro awed that everybody will be Kentucky dcmootutlu majority, Acat-iho has received 001 in e inborn Into Is ono of our county boysund qulto a ueneuieu lur Dcyonu tno umount ox- thu various congregations for which ho The skies uro bright for democracy. bright young man. Wo expect great pended r) have on their lighting 11. Yngor writes! "I Our peoplu has preached. J. things of him. MBBMtf rmammmm If It had been unuino beiddcs 1M Patterns never Bold In this locality beforo hate to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suithave just returned from Hazoldull, Pu- alothu. Thoy nro oiyunultig closer smhsb laski county, whero I assisted liro. than ever bo fore. Lvory noso Is being Tho Louisville Imposition will j Walton, we would havo caused it ble able for f ruining from tho h!iup'it photograph to tho most elaborate paintings. moulding specially for suitable Todd, tho regular minister, In u very counted. Kvury democratic voter will opened Oct 0th, with tho biggest elv row. Ho rodo Into our pluco on a mule, Among thu lot is tho Xcw r'rvuch .Mats, Kcnc Ii Water Colors, and all pictures that ro successful nine days' meeting In which bo brought out. Tho prc(tt Indica- lo und military parade over hold In jiiat think of It, Monday morning; tack delicate pictures. EmbroideredIn Puuvllle, call anil neons and gut our prices. Wo qulio nihility frame. When thuro woro U'J additions und 25 conies-- tions uro that tho democratic voto wll Kentucky Tho most elaborate und' led tho crowd and got alt the frco fell will have you money. equal, If It dooi not exceed the grout costly floats yet dovlscd by Louisvlllo vor that thu medicine man and tbo 121 Third Street Opposito Post Olllco, Danville, Ky. ons. Loxlngton Messenger. It will bo a rare treat for tho music voto of lsOd, while tho icpubltcans Arms aro in course of construction, und electric belt man hadn't raked lu hU arrival. While wo wero plead-liic- ;, lovers of Stanford to listen to tho fa- huva troubles of their own of u serious tho display will bo worth going tulles lute In the afternoon, with u demous Wobcr Band, of Cincinnati, dur- nature, which, If not speedily reme- to see. Thoro will bo -0 brass bands ing tho trotting mooting at Lexington. died, will leuvo thuin short of their lu lino, thu State guard, Police uud linquent to tho Signal, who never falls This bund Is not u traveling organiza- voto of thut year by many thousands. FIro Departments, and ull tho uniform- to pay tho iNTKitioit JouitNAL, (ono redeeming fcaturo,) our frlond Walton tion, Wobcr controls tho band busi- Owcnsboro Mcssengor, ed organizations of Louisvlllo. escaped to llrodhead loaded down with Gov. Hrown Is playing tho sympathy ness of Cincinnati, and seldom lakes ii 1: kom:itiii; biiuu o.ns. coin. Mt. Voruon Signal. his bund out of that city. Tho band racket by comparing his fato to that All JocI'pmIoH llruhlt llimlltou.ol Weil Jtfln. membeis play ut tho park concerts und of Julius Casar. Suld ho at KlUabcth-tow- n ijn, O ,nrrulk-rlutlSuioulka hum Ittxtal tiLoiiiois N i:va rwllr lis vruuMtlls In referring to Senator PoynU, ivrfuriuftl, but lis uultuktmwK Hittiuperstlou u la four of tho six theatres. Tho perlive Uinnuf Couik Irvm Dr. 1) II Canill..of Wwhlta. , of tho organization cannot be MeChord and Woodcon: "Julius AiuUa halt I be luml Ills cure uu II writr, "Kour koltlncr Uwlrlo llltur, I.T. lluiklru's sonnel bit irlb, ul tksUxt wive la lh orld. iiitul.i rumlMn l!r..rul xrutuli wbkli luj (tux! oxcollod In Amorlcu. Weber took. It who fell at the baso of Pompey's stutuo box SfM by IVuuy, Prul.t. turn oulJ Iir(rtuUerliulor jmi. Ttritl the m brfak out on fair unul sml fucu, led to St. Louis lust summer and won a In ltoino, died from tho stabi of assaskit due. lor.iuuM sle U Miss Petlio Plorson, coshier ot tho sail Ucr krultli uoIt Lflp, bat herrurv ibo tuuiilete $1,000 prize n competition with 1U com- sins, aud ovdry assassin that guvo him 'IbU olul hive peting bands, ull of which but live, a stub owed his llfo to his clemency bank ot Sturgis, enjoys tho distinction tkuuuu.U I'uiiuerruvrU Ibil Klettrlc llilirra It lh. & uowu, kUrtiu uiui in iueulitn. built tu.l Judy bank cashier lu IvHer, ull iheuiu, weakened wheu thoy heard this band Strange historical fact; und ot lu my of bolnir tho ocly lltlliuulilr. llirl kliluevt uJ only tills the po- luDulnf tan, play. bumblo llfo, It seems to tno that history Kentucky. Sho not . bulljatiii loneli. HL iwlwut. mmmmmm to herself, but tbe HrviiKih. Uuly Mlbl dintlauby IVuuv. reutr Sold somewhat repeats Itself bocuusu those sition with much credit WEAK KVC8A11K MAUE ST1IOM1, appreciated by tho liruultt. l.utrtuliied In a manner highly I!ir vUlou landu ciur, styes removed uud ot whom I could expect tho most not Tho trusts have bent up tho prices of gisuulated 1UU or soro eyes ot any. Mud to follow mo wherever I go politically, batik's many custo.uors. speedily u,d elTuctuully euro J by the uo ot but to do tno jusllco uud to tell tho everything thoy havo tackled from 0 to STANFORD, KY. THK AITCTITKOI'AUOAT Sutherland's Eagle Ryu Halve. It's put up truth God uvo tho murk, it Is from Stoiutch U0 per cent. ltnnlwl bjrsllioor William Shelton, President. l'ur Allsucu sliouM kuuw nd Ufii ars out utonlt-a tubes, and sold ou u guurautee. thorn that my old breast Is bleeding that Dr. Kluca hew Uf till, tba woullul On accouul of email pox tho Ulbt Primary, Propitatory, Awdeiulo and Oolloglate Departments, Music, Aft, Klocu sale at l'viuiy's Drug Store a t!l today from stabs that they huvo given Stuiuwli aud Ijtr Iteumly, irgular fplnidld bodllr bblt aud a will bo detained In quai amino at Ion und and;Pbyicl Culture. 3Iit year begins Sept. 4th Bend for catalogue to canvass, (tubs from the lIUi, aouud digestionuimiiu tbal lutuiia kiiwi Cornelius Vandorbullt's estate will tno In this ia vu.. vuij San FiancUco for boiuo time. MKS. KANN1K S. 8AUFLEV, Lady 1'iiucljial. 11 ctuu at I'couj's liu blots. hands of traitors and lngrates." pay nearly 15,000,000 In war taxes. JmncH Llvcuy. 01 ihI Ilockcastlo, MILLINERY disPla y. EMPORIUM. Friday A Satnrday. Sop. THe Charles Wheeler ot & 30, i ti O. W. EMPORIUM, Hustonville. not, tell us. our goods give satisfation, tell others; at-ta- er France is Slill Excited. OVERCOATS, PALL SUITS, UNDERWEAR, NOBBY TIES. TUB GLOBB, Phone ooo n, J. L. Frohman Danville. se ooooooooooo'ooo'oo GO TO mm-tlni- pen-blo- Hob-ln6o- n. M'Roberts, t!)e Druggist, -- ert Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. DANVILLE, KY. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo THEFOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSES FLATTER. g. ) katest Designs JVJouldijjgs b-- g bo-fo- re '- SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG 1 Ca-sar- i HOCKER. Stanford Female College, (ri n icg-Ime- ,itiiMvvt -- a . ..- - O nireTtfci-Atli- . iil.lJ.i A-?jrf..M. f!r-- " - j,.,'-.- . . 'IIons. Jamhs D. Hlacic and It. O. Till: trial ot tho damage suit of Jns. Mu. At'OL'ST Hf.lmo.vt, chairman of tho board of directors of tho L. & N, Williams will speak at Crab Orchard O, Hooker, of this place, against tho has published a letter to Senator Goo- - at 1 r. M. Oct. .Id, and at Mu Vernon L. tV N. for (10,000 damages Is on ut D.tnvllle. Hooker was a telegraph bcl attacking his record as a frco silver that night at .7 ill), oporator In tho employ of tho road at Sept. 26. 1899 man, Ho claims to havo seen letters Stanfokd. Kv., Mark Found. J. T. Harnett fouod Lutonta and received torrlblo Injuries from him to John G. Carllsto In ISOrt Rowland last night, by being struck by n freight car. showing that ho was with nn cstray inaro at which tho owner can got by paying for him to carry Kenton county for sound W. P. WALTON. Rev Georoi: o. Barnes arrived and his trouble. money. Granting that this Is truo and this advertisement Irlday, looking wttll and carrying tho that Carlisle's statement that Mr. Ooe. GOKiir.t.. Kdltor Jnmes Maret, of weight of threo scoro jeurs and 12 from bet sought a conference with him, with A wild BYr.i) story comes tho Mt. Vernon Signal, telephoned us more gracofnlly than ono man In republicans, re- tho principal purpoo to sccuro n sound this morning Frankfort that certain that Sonatyir Goebol will lying on Old J'hll Thompson's alleged money delegation from Kenton for tho speak at tho Hrodhcud Fair grounds l,(XK)doc. Sunday at 0 A. M. ho bold nnd bis first servlcu nt the court-houdiscovery that the Goebol Election law Slate convention of 1S9(1, Is also true. It Oct. 7 wns greeted with a fair audlrnco passed, will file. was not regularly cm cut no (Iguro in tho enmpatgn. Mr the earlv hour, which was seHit. H L. Davison made it fcrooious In tho nppellatu court to thu Goebol stands squarely on tho Chicago Hitting of Judge Hobson, who was' platform and has dono so ever slnco Its speech to tho colored republican luague lected so as not to interfere with any elected under tho law, that Govi aloptlon und thnt of itself Is proof suf ut thu Maxvlllo Hall last night. The other service. Willi tbo emblem nn Bradley will appoint a republican In ficient that ha Is a true democrat. No candldatd fur .tho Legislature will hund ns an object leMon he preached on his stead, tbc election law will coma lcs a pcrsonago than the great self doubtless leave that kind of business to the Lord's Supper, prefacing his re before tho court, It will bo wiped out appointed c'ommittco on credentials, others, us ho promised to make his marks with tho nsertlon that ho would ' ever hereafU'r mako tho p.irtaklng of and nil In time for tho election to be tho onllcst, P. P. Johnston, onco said, canvass from tho house tops. It a regular feature of his services. Ho held under the old law. Lawyers say wo believe, that submission to tho par Ol'lt advertisers are crowding us for also had n vial nt oil and raid that It In tho world In ty's decrees, mado by tho regularly space thcro is nothing this Issue, becaflso they did not Thompson's contention and If there constituted authorities, was tho highest favor us in time to print an extra page. was truo that "Barnes still anoints for was tho passage of the bill by both evidence of loyalty. Wo are that kind A. H. IlobartPon .V Hro. inaugurate tho healing of dlseacs." Ho then told why ho camo to Kentucky and of Ills') bodies over tho governor's veto reme- of n democrat ourselves and havo little their regular announcements to tho died any defect. Tho wholo thing is a patience with tboso who try to set up a people of Lincoln county In this lssuu desire to open his preaching ut his old cold bluff for campaign purposes only, little party of tholr own every time nnd Tbo Charles Wheeler Kmporlum, home. It wns a severe trial to como without iho dear girl, (Mls Marie) who and Is hardly worth tho spaeo to tell things do not go their way. Uustonvillc, tells of Its millinery opo n had been his "running initio'' for 2t Turkey 1M Titblo I.lncn 15c. 10 (Gray nnd While Itl.mkeU lo about It, except to show how tho reing on tbo 2'Jth and 'JOth. years, but he went lo Washington on publicans arc catching at worses than The Courier Journal demonstrated Mines Union Suit", No 4 to 10, 23c straws In tho hope of getting rid of a again Sunday that In tho race for su The republican manugcrs didn't what ho thought nnd still believes was Itrgeslio Hack Towel be. law that will prevent them hereafter premacy In nil tho modern mechani want to have Messrs. Powers nnd Mor- a call from God, hoping to Interest tho Linon Crush Toweling 7 pr yardI from stealing elections. cal appliances for getting out an up to- - ris taylorcd hero so they took them to peoulo In his go pel and extend Its In- Udlos' nibbed, Vest and Pants. 13c. date paper, it Is as far in tho lead as It Highland to speak, but ns that Is n re fiuenco for good far and wldo, but ho Several republicans havo already is In everything elso that goes to make publican stronghold, it looks very must have "bitten oil mora than ha Fnncy Dres Calicoes Kail styles, 3jc. Ladles' extra size Bibbed Vol mid applied for Minister Hunter's placo so a newspaper. Wo havo always conten- much like carrying coals to New Castle. codld chow." At any rate, he had l'unls, 25o certain are they that bo will bo fired on ded that is is tbo best paper In tho Thoy couldn't mako a democrat In thut preached for 100 days to audiences often Yard Wldo lllcacb Cotton IJc. charges of conduct unbecoming bis po- United States and havo tho satisfaction precinct change his vote 0 to suvo their ns small ns eight. Iu; order to help sition and as a gentleman. Speaking of knowing that tho few who disagreed lives and the ruds will likely continue along Miss Mnrlo had taken n board( hlldrcn's Outing Cloth Clonks 73c Calico Comforts, well made, 10c. of Old Godfrey, tho Louisville Free with tho proposition arn fast coming ing house, tbo lease on which docs not to vote under tho log cabin. cxptro till next May, and as sho has 30 Press, edited by Assistant Adjutant tonecept It. Sunday's supplement of Children's Kidtrdown cloak., (ur trim-me- if General Forrester, says: This la the 10 Illustrated pages showing tho Inner Atrami 'Inner, who claimed the boarders and is expecting 10 mora next New Outings 0, 81 nnd 10c, per yard OSctofl 50. same sneak who has disgraced Ken- and outer consciousness of tbo remodel- full namo ot the illustrious Robert K. month, It was Imposslblu for her to . tucky for four years. Ho got $3,000 ed building, printed on toned paper, Leo, and who has been working for J. leave. In a lnpso ot faith that tho Lord M-ifur trimmed Caps It". from the lottery und then claimed tho from pictures and typo, mudo In tho T. Jones and boarding with Mr. Matt would care for his own, bo had applied Children's School Shoes ROc to f 1 ife Senatorsbip on tho ground tbut ho had offlce, was beyond anything yet at- Philips, skipped out Saturday night for n K)iltlon In tho census bureau, but contributed this amount to tho cam- tempted In tho newspaper lino and after being paid oil, leaving bis board ftm turned down on tho examination Hoys' Knee Pants, suit 75c. Shoes for Ladles WSc. paign fund In 1895. Ho is tho duck who shows what brains and money can do. bill, for which Mr. Jones was responsi and ho thanked God that He had so can not establish the fact of his birth The great head of tho establishment, ble, unpaid. A) soon as ho found ho effectively rebuked his untnlth. "I Fine Line of Men's nnd Itoys suits. New lino of Trunks, ovnl anil llsl tops at any particular place; who went into Mr. W. N. Haldeman, with tho was gone, .Mr. Jones tooK Deputy .Ma- know mora than a dozen of tho examinthe army as WhltesidesG. Hunter and matchless editor, Mr. Henry Wntter- - rshal II. T. Lewis and started In pur- ers tied together in a sack, but fools A big lino of Knngiuno patent lipped ' Telescopes 33c to $1.25. ran for Senator as William Godfrey son, and a capable corps of editors suit. They caught the fellow and his can answer questions that smart men I Hunter, and for whoso treachery and and assistants, forms a combination wife at Junction City and on hU agree- can not nnswer und on very trivial duplicity In Kentucky politics, McKIn-le- y that compels tho success that tba pa- ing to )xiny up tho amount duo Mr. points, my examination wns pronouncrewarded him with tho mission to per has always enjoyed and which, wo Philips, they took tho money and let ed u failure." Those explanations he NIcaraugua, Honduras, Guatemala and aro glad to know, is more pronounced them go. thought wero duo his friends and after I Salvador. Now let McKlnley assume than over. nuking them be proceeded to discuss MILL SOLD. Mr. C. C. VanAredale, responsibility for tbo scandal thut has his subject with the old time forvornnd who wus here yesterday with Mr. J. P. The Clicart Route In Town. ADDITIONAL LOOAL. como from this infamous appointment. vigor that eharacterlrcd him, when bn Goods, told us that he hud traded his ot his evangel. Mr. In They are having u monkey and a Wanted. 100,000 dozen eggs at 15c. roller mill and ttock at Hustonville. to was tho zenith again In the alter' & CO., Barnes preached A. . J. K. VanArsdalo Sc Son. J. M. Llpps, of Mercer county, realiz- noon n full parrot time In Maryland. Gov. house and will continue lo Lowndes demanded that Senator WelHeating stoves of all Sizes nnd ing $13,000 for It. Ho geu two Hoylc through tho week prenehlng at 7:30 I'. T.I) ll.VNBY, Manmser. county farms ou tbc Dry Hranch pike, M lington bo deposed us chairman of the Prices at Warren & Shanks'. each day. Hear him. It will do four miles from Harrodsburg, one of 111 Branch stores nt Klltabctblown, Klkton, Owenhoro, hholby vllle, Versailles, Bards. republican State Central Committee, THEY bay we lead In fine dress goods. acres and the other of lot), valued at you goood. He will go from here to Georgetown, Ky.;UUrlsr!l!,Tcnn. Hupktnsvllle, Miilionvillc,Morganficld. saying that unlqss he was called down Somerset und after that as tba peoplo lon, $.')0 an acre. In uddltlon to this trade, ho would throw up his nomination for Como and see. John P. Jones. call and the Lord directs. swaps his stocK ot governor. Tho Senator has published E. W. Lane, u colored orator. Is Mr. VanAredale a letter In response tendering his res- down to speak to his race hero at 7:30 wheat, kc. on hand, for Mr. Llpp's HUSTONVfLLE. furra equipment und live stock, which ignation and taking occasion to charge Wednesday evening. Madam Kutnor rajs one of our belles Is pututll.oOO. Mr. VanArsdalo will that tho governor Is possessed of neitht!l The nicest lino ot shoes and hats In run tbo farms and live in Harrodsburg. will be married next month. er fraoknees nor truth and predicting Rev. T. II. Coleman, of Georgetown, ,:o is carried by Caldwell iz Lincoln county regrets to loso so good his defeat. With these two republican this section a citizen, but Mr. V.'s health rendered filled tho pulpit ut tho Baptist church leaders and their followlngs in battle Lanier, Danville. Call on them. ..... It necessary for him to mnke a change Sunday. array against each other, a democratic we observe in tbo bolting newspa of business. ThcChrlstlan Endeavor of this placo victory ought to be an easy certainty. pers that one M. It. Lockart is to speak organized a society at Willow Groie Senator McC'iiord spoka at Hus Oliver H. P. Belmont has given hero tomorrow afternoon for tbo tonville last night to as many us rould Sunday. Brownies. Friends of W. S. Huffman will to $25,000 to the National Democratic cam. The Pittsburg baseball club will crowd in the ball, devoting his speech glad to learn that ho has secured a paign fund and tbo Cincinnati Combill that Of Every Description. position with tbeOwosso M'f'g. mercial, wblcb knows that republican play the Stanfords ut Adams Park hero mainly to thodUcussloa of tbc i and Elec- Co., of Perlu, Ark. : contributors buy places tbat way, sujs tomorrow, 27th, at 3 P. 11., admission bears his name, tbo Chinn tion bills. It was a good, all around ill A low priced custom shoe, warranted it Is sad to think that Mr. Bryan will 25c. Go and help tho boys pay expon- democratic speech and was well re- to give excellent wear, Is a feature of a be unablo to reward dim with a portceived Messrs. Bailey, Owsloy, New- - Caldwell & Lanier's stock. Exumlno folio or glvo him other importunt ofI. M Brcce is putting up a board r.v land and Holm attended from hero and It when you go to Danville. fice. From present Indications, how- tho wholo length of the East sldo of the latter tells that Messrs. North, The deal mado between Messrs. ever it appears that Mr. Bryan will court-squar- e for the bills of Forcpaugh V have that pleasure of recognizing Mr. & Sells' Combined Circus, which will Letcher and John Sam Owsley, Jr., Preultt &. Cox and V. B. Morse has also mado stirring addresses. Letcbo r been declared off, and Mr. Morse will Was never In Stanford. Infants' Soft Shoes, Children's Dress Shoes Belmont, if ho so desires, but if ho show here, Oct. 17. Owsley's was bo full ot good nnd witty contlnuo business at tho old stand. and School Shoes, Ladies' turns and welt soles, light weight cnlf skins, docs, it will bo becauso of merit and :! Shoes. Kitubcrs to fit them all. Old Ladles' Wool-line- d The loss, which I sustained by fire things that be kept tho house In an upIt would pay some one to build three not money alone. Aug. 31st upon my property, has been roar and wurmed It Into tho highest or four eoltugrs here, as thoy aro bad5 The appointment of such mco as fully paid and I take great pleasure In enthusiasm. Sam Owsley's speech was ly needed. It Is nearing tho first ot Judgo Barr, Caruth recommending Mr. Mahony's company. also a good one. Mr. North said little, year and houses aro in great demund e and Fred Hocrtz as olection commis- George A. McGahan, Somerset. but It was to tbo point. Tbo West End C. C. VanArsdalo & Co., have ox s sioners in Jefferson county has taken Is all right. changed their mill and resldenco with . .....I. m the wind out of tho charge that the The L. & N. has received four of tbo THE Stanford Colored Fair, President a Mr. Llpp, ut Harrodsburg, for his new olection law will bo manipulated mammoth freight engines bought of us, came out at tbo farm, wblcb lies partly In Mercer and entirely in Goebel's Interest. Tho tho Richmond, Va., Locomotivo Works. Anderson Carr tells partly In Boylo. aro larger tnan uny now in use big end ot tbo horn. The weather was whole list of appointees is an unweliney firm of Adams t Tbo fine, many of tbo rings were hotly con come surprise to tho republicans and on the road and can haul from threo to tested and tho crowd Saturduy, espe Plnkerlon, representing tho Globu Brownies who were looking for some-tnln- g flvo cars more. cially, was very largo. Good order Tailoring Co., of Cincinnati, has re lit further to kick at. al J. H. Sowder, tho fall und estato provalled and nothing occurred to mar ceived u full lino of Lb ? man, been Cull and see them. for D. KouuiiTS, of Green City, Mo., two orwho hasweeks, on a spree heroMar tho occasion, except that pickpockets winter samples.Bold his saloon to Mr. was jailed by threo A. A. Burns got $12 from Craig Jack man, who ran a has leaped Into fame by tbo alleged PUBLIC SALE OF ! euro of a man pronounced hopelessly shal Newland for drunken and disor- booth. James, ot Harrodsburg, with Abe Newton, of Campbellsvlllo. Will Insane. Tbo doctor treated him with derly conduct Saturday night, and lined Red Leaf, took tho roadster bluo two Parker, ot Cincinnati, camo over and Utile my bonis injections of lymph from glands of $j by Judge Carson yesterday, who sus- days, while Carroll Bailey's gray maro bunted doves with O. S. Williams for I Motcn . Irani !.!. VLiurtl. Bslurday nliM.a hUli, lisn.li llonwM ..-- ....I ..... gouts and from tho first tbo patient pended it us Sowder claimed he had to got tho red. Tho A. C. Cambry's Old u tow days. A recruiting otllcer will luur wnuti i II...... ... a.vll flirwIl.Al . suit rarrlra u go to Clnclnnutl on pressing business. Kentucky Specialty Co., which tho as- bo hero Sept. 2Jth and 30th. Both ruoke.lt.il. lis ,0,V,".M.Vi IU- showed signs of Improvement. Dr. . wTidrJ, ..:;; .trimim Roberts has gono to Europe to lay his - Mr. John II. Miller tolls us sociation brought from Louisville and whito und colored recruits are wanted. IJlaci: On Thui-Kiliiy- , Oct. discovery before Prof. Koch, of Berlin, that u splendid audience beard Hon. played two nights at Walton's Opera It is a good chanco for somo of theso patriotic boys to join. Il.KliiiiliitfsllUu'ilmk. a u.,I .111 .,11 .11 of hit and other foreign scientist. James D. Black's excellent speech at House, gavo a good show, which was Slock. Crusml liunlriurui. si Ihs lcv I II,. tl Miss Lucy Alcorn lias returned to quito liberally patronized. Tho assomile, from Mnr.jid (ill llislkslfjluii lo Iisnflllr ' THE Mlddlesboro Uecurd says that Lancaster yesterday. Ho handled tho ciation deserves credit for Its olfort to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bishop sooililiutof issues eloquently ana Ills otrort wus tho Interior Journal Is a vulgar Inspire competition among its people in and son, of Hubble, are thu guests of of 50 YEARLING CATTLE, paperobecuusu It spoko of u certain liberally upplaudcd. His proofs stock nnd crop rulslng and everybody Mrs. Joslab Bishop. Miss Lunu Vow-oVlghlii from iota 7()iuuil., runegudo as u gieasy tub of Intestines. olection fraud in tho 11th surprised will bo glad of Its success. is visiting friends In Lebanon und Wo regret to huvo shocked tho mock tho voters and mado friends among tho Bradfordsvllle. J. B. Adams will OF JERSEY COWS scoffers at tho election law. Mr. Black niOHWAY RoiiliERY. Allen Doty modesty of thu great editors und for thu fair and carnival at Louisville. will speak hero next month. wus hold In $150 bond to thu circuit Miss Ell'abeth McCabe, who has been J C C, slot of llrlnr.liut fear that wo might further cuusu them s srs.ubJhUu njtUlry, sums Cow. Ilul will lwl,, Judge Carson yestorday for lo blush, we will not permit lbs pp?r Death. John Toombs, an old Union court by Dan Logan Saturday. Doty, tbo guest of Miss Kulberlno Buugh- it lusnilJJ oof lieiuoiilli.m I ut,er, in ou-Ur- s .11 now In full Now of mill robbing to go to them aguln. man, has returned to her home In Midboldler, died ut his homo near McKln-no- y I Msrs liy niiltsn, Iu f.ul to Haw ll,,; J bo from Clnclnnutl, und way. Tho following enjoyed old Mare, by Crtlll.n, dam by hullan, I a hay last week of a complication of who claims to yurliur.l,daiul,rC Senator Forakku, of Ohio, a lead troubles, aged 02. Ho was u brother James Baughman, another Negro from ride Wednesday night: Mlsso) Mary Will Imvo nil of Urn utuul Kulr featuri-- I'rlno, dam b, ( tlay f.I Hayi I ulawbyd, fautjr saw Logan draw $21 out of and Frunces Adams, Burnett und Sul-l- lo nnd a luruti sllco,,ot World's I'alr Mldwuy I uini ll.riinuM.rs sml som mart.romMunltoMl.ik er in Nutlonul republican affairs, made In full w ot Rev. W. R. Davidson, of Danville, A lot uflww. and Miosis riaUiuiCB attraction. a speech in which ho advocated trusts. tho bunk. When ho camo out thoy N It Stono Plnkertoo, Mary O. CarpenSomerset, who attended tbo burial. Mr. Hutu from all slutlons ou thu L. All honest republicans do. It is ouly T. was u him with a story tbut a tnan ter, Lou Hooker and Alice Dryc, It. will In) one furu for mud trip. FOUR GOOD WORK MULES, member of Woolford's cavalry accosted who Inveigh and wus as tho llttlo was on tho creek that wanted some Messrs. C. W, Adams, J, H. Hockcr, A. M. KINSAIUI), Brcnr.TAnr. Sums 2 and loins jinrlluu muln. To2. good a soldier as ho was a horw w.Koii. uwirljr Usw, I urw lluiklwjrd, against them in their cITort to make ultUen. A wife und seven children bills distributed, notifying thu peoplo A. I). C. and Geo. Dinwiddle, Gcorga i'liittousud Il.rucM, I Kood WoJtr.S mjod Mowthat ho desired to buy stock. Logan Crowe und Jack Plnkerlon. Harry DR. R. capital. Tho democratic party Is the survivohlm. er.. I liollrr. ? Whrat lrlils snd a great luauy othtr . thought thuro might be soldo inonoy in luiiuit'iili too nuuirrou. lo uisullou, touts only party against trusts und thu Land Sales. John W. Dryo has It for him and went with them. One Cumnltz is quito 111. Miss Frunces Mi Fourth Ate., OXo. HOUSEHOLD of corporate power. & KITCHEN FUENITUBE, sold to Mr. McIIarguo, of Somerset, of them on the way pulled out a puck Adams Is visiting Miss Annlo Evans - Kentucky, SO acres of Corn .butted at Ilia bean, a lot of lod. to sell LiOgun, uut no sum tie Bright at Hubble. Mr. und Mrs. V, LouIhvIIIc, 87 acres, situated on the ot cards Mil. Goeiiel and Cupt. James Black- his furm of was a church member. Thoolbor-uskcd.r,u)or7uuil.lMoftloodIlaT. 11. Morso made a business trip to CinTmut All.uiu.ofllOaiid i.ii.l.r , ,.i. i i..i. Will be at the burn returned from tbo mountains Sat- Hustonville pike, two miles this sldo of him to cbango $5 and when ho drew cinnati. Miss Philips, of Hurrodsburg, over that aiuouul a baukabls uols. four i,,..nii..' that place, for $.'(,500. Mr. Drye's many out $3 B0, onu of thera grubbed it und is with Miss Ednu Powell. Fred 11. urday, where a continual ovation was without Inter,.!. UK UUAN. AsaphiHotel, Stanford, Wedbad a heavy stick T. I. iKluli, Auctioneer. As ono ot given tbo democratic candidate for friends will bo sorry to learn that ho ran. thought It them tho Intention to Monnott, of Norwalk. O,, Is hero. Mrs. St. was It Is nesday, Oct. 11th, governor, who spoko yesterday ut Ver will leuvu Lincoln und probably go to knock Logan down and get tbo wholo Hullo Jones, of Lexington, is visiting PARKER'S Mrs. John S. Goodu. HA B AL8AI sailles to acres 01 people. Tho state Mercer county. T. J, Robinson bought wad. llaughtnan is tho Negro accused Itelurnimj one duy in anil month. Citwx. tH fesiitinM lashalz. ryu ot robbing lilsstoru I t rouiuu. a . luumol rwwUiT inont Is mado that Mr. Goebol will car- - ?' F,om 'V.Uttl?F ,f Juf.?llon c'ty, his bv Mr. Jamos reputation. He has not, Two aged work mules for sale. W. Eyes Examined sad Qlassct Scientifically to 'alls (L 1S4I1YI11U and bos a bad tu from Male tolls UWnrul OoToTT ry the 10th district beyond a doubt. pike', vii mllo siuatutiVMIU A Carson, Stanford. one VIM- .- m:ip minus $27. ' been caught. CUT Aljustel. jut,.s4ftojSl lnufW THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Early Autumn Offerings - Newness and Low Prices Prevail at the se Louisv restore Linen and Domestics, Comforts and Blankets. n The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors. LADIES' M in I I I i FOOTWEAR 9 A Completer Stock m m well-kno- I I Styles the Latest, Prices the i Lowest, Quality the Best' 1 H. J. M'ROBERTS. ex-re- to mj 5tli'9, HORSE STOLEN .... 1 Stook, Crop and Far- '".''" -" ming Implements. JastHaWO! Middlesboro, il ul-te- Grand& Fair Midway, IOT lUnUUr.-lliilhs- s mako-bellove- yeir-ol- 1 C0LDST6IN. m 4F1 M dhrfairinffMgB V - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tJfw"ofltde.'and . uunn iv t'. Jones. IlL'tHiY, gents' sna,v 3 w wagon 'una Stanpokd, Kv., K. U. -- Skit. 26, 1899 cheap, atOcorgo I. ,,ow harness, Karris'. butter Wai.to.v, UusiKixa Manaokk. Cou.VTtiY produce and rosb wanted nt Hoaxloy ft Carter's. DANVILLE, KY. WolmvojiiHtconi)lctcl thoniMilionol'n new nnm HO hy 20 feci, with liullw' tlrcssiiigrooiu nnl toilet. Thi U our "ready to wear" department, where jou will nlwnyn find the best tiling obtainable in Wrap-- , Hklrl?, IVilor Suiu, Dr"Inj; Sawpiw, Petticoats, Shirt WnistA, Furs, ,Vc. Wo Iihvu nlso grentlv improved our Mom nmin nt.,l imv.. i..ut t:i,i.i dry goodi store in Ccutnil Kentucky. Mtiko our Storo your Danville head- iitnitcrn. coin-pick-, lilt; bct materials eomblncil with caro. skill and accuracy Insuro good reritilid. No other methods uro over ueoil In our prescription work. I'onny Unit- Tun ai. on.y I tl J i TwIeo-n-Wr- in I.ntihiioh Jouh year cash. Komembor n New Goods I lnBr; "'"""lanco tl.o Hlore. Jonos. PERSONAL AMD Ladius' fall hats, trlmmwl nud trimmed, nt cost, to close out. P, SOCIETY GOSSIP. syringe, MorocW. T. MKIIItlMKK. of Uvimr. co case covered with buckskin. aton, Is vlsltluj; Mrs. O. J. Newiand. Keturn k Dr. J. F. Poyton and bo MISS JANIU WKAIIKN U back from rowarded. delightful visit to her sister In STOCIC VOUr Winter pnnl .!- -. nn. aro advancing and tho probability LlTTI.K MISS ClILOK DaL'UIIMAX ha now An line, styles which you wont seo mmlo nt home. is that dclav will ,..i ...... 1.1.1. . ,. Prices lower ocen sick tor two weeks, but Is out Biughman than you ran have them made. They ningo in price from SI to 88. ft Co. again. Miss Annik Ashlock has returned HAItHIOKE has an nmn.ln,. .!. ,r Ui Livingston, after a pleasant visit to In tho last Advorntn .if v, i.t, homcfolkt). speakings aro L. II. IIUSSLWO. of Somerset!. nt thrt nnll.sn... colored to suit tho views Mil. . . uvnBiffurfi wnicn pay for them. vut evoral days with her father, Mr CO 1'IEces J tl. Iblllt. now outings. 60 pieces 100 pieces new calicoes. 7f. nnii-Mils. C. I. StL'CKSY returned from LouUUllo with Mtss Salllo Duddcrar blankets, 15 pieces cotton coverts open and Is her guest. for your Inspection. Severance.!!: Sons." Mil. J. L. TOTTllN has gono to Mil. C. L. Phuitt writes to maWo eomo settlements for that tho trade between him and his partner his machine company. MISSUS CLAi'tm: and Mal'ih: Caii- - with V. B. Morso at Ilustonvllle, has . We show yon nltout ISO Suit to select from, every good tylo ami all tho TKIt aro visiting Mrs. Morv Phcliw nn.i fallen through. owlm m nm seen difficulties. HipuInr cloth ami colon". Prices lrom Mu down and evciy one U good val-n- other friends at Itlchmond. Mil. W. W. SaUNIIKHS wrltoj ii to Space will not permit dorcription of Suits. Como and sou them. The damage suit of Gn M.n-,i- t. nend his paper Ui Mlddlcfork, Jackson of Lincoln county, against tho Clncln' county, till further notice. . ooutnern for 8J.0O0 damages for Mil. S. K. LACICBY. of Gallatin' Injuries alleged to havn honn mnni,,i Tenn., Is hero seeing after his farm and In a wreck at Faulconer a year ago, reIn this vicinity. other property sulted In tho Uoylo circuit court in a Miss Maiiy Kkllky, who has been veruict lor S.0O. Advocate. visiting Mioses Addlo and Hattlo MarTin: butcher shon nf -M - 1.' - pii,i nun tin, has returned to her home In LouU-vlll1 iniu broken Into Saturdav nkhi ,., .1. I Inndsmie line of new shape, tailor-madcoats in hhuk, hrown, cantor, V. K. TltlliliLK has rented Richard colored persons. Leo Reynolds, "Hlllle blue, tan, grey, Ac, from 810 to 817.50. You wont m?o then; content home. Cobb's farm of 1100 acres for tho ensu-Inu, ouu craneis Tucker. year. Mr. Cobb will come to town were arrested, and at thnU v They Cheaper Hum from 8 1 to 88. largest a. irtment and IkmI prices on the imp-uli .AUIMIUIL' trial, wcro 'held over ".. n,i,i Golf C'npes. We have them for Children, MUe and Indies from gll.-.r- 0 to llvo. ,,. tn Mil. J. G. Hacklky left Saturday tho action of tho grand non up for Itoston. Mr. Uaekley will nudy Enterprise. elcctricSl engincerlnjr at Hurvard HECKUITS WANTEDLt. K. M. University. ..1 Maiiy Cowan pacd through Shearer, of tho 37th Infnnti-Miss this county last nlht on routo to Col- that ho will bo In Stanford tomorrow, H7th, to enlist able bodied men umbia, S. C whoro sho will between On account o tho iuinieno demand, certain furs, such in .Minks, Martins, her pluco in Columbia Collego. rcsumo tho ages of 18 nnd :a vpn .mi n .i Sables, Fox, Ac, tire advancing every day. We havo on hand Mkssks. K. C. Waihikn- - and K. C. character, wbito and colored, for both mo Novelty Furs. Prices in scurfs, collars, victoritiM, Ac, in cheap in price as Walton went to Montlcello Sunday to will regular and volunteer armv. IT also bo ut Junction riiv n ,i, they havo ever een. Tiilces you havo 0110 now, you are sure- to want one. All their appointments for tho demo- iSth and at Ilustonvllle tho 2Jth and cratic ticket before the court crowd Why not buy now and get the selected ekins anil nivc money? 30th for tio same purpose yesterday. TMn. James Mknkkee, Is up from The State election nimmlii'nnm.. Montcomery, Ala , lih bis parents, appointed county commissioners In Mayor nod Mrs. J. N. Mcnefee. He Is this vicinity us follow; fnr r ir,... well pleased with his Rood position D. F. Loi?an. J. CI. l.vnn ,i m t with tho L. ft N. arnon; Uoyle, J. H. Daughman, W. All tho papers cot tho narao of tho C. Surber and N. If. Ti,ni- - c t preat and only Wallaco Kstlli Vurnon W. Hosklns. Jos. W. Whlim .1 a Waller In iclllni? of his nniulntm.n nJ dill; Garrard. W. L. We havo in Silk in nil tho now shades and black lrom $S to $18.50. Kv lnwsnn i 11 election commissioner for Lincoln, an Hoblnson and W. T. Pherlco: Madl.nn cry one new and new shape, and all made of the very best quality of Tafleln Ignorance Inexcusable. John H. Chenault, J. P. Simmons and Silk. Skirts made of Mercerized Satteens which cannot Ihj distiuguithed from W. L. OKKUTT. rci)rcsontlri thn Waller Uennett: Mrror nhm.! Silk two steps away; wo have them in black and colors nt 81.10, 82,82.50 Courier-Journa- l, was horo a fow days Sam Forsytho and Geo. Hupley; Pulask' ago. Ho has been nearly all over tho and 83.50. j. 1. way, j. a. Durham and Walter Stato rocently and says that everything Elrod; Hockcastle, W. C. Mulllne, W. points to a glorious democratic victory. H.Jones and A. G. Lovel. In nnrh am. AKTiiuii I'luucu, a brother of case the first two named aro democrats Mrs. T. L. Shelton, who has been run- and tho other a renubllcan. Thnv m ning on tho Main Lino and tho Greens. all good men and burg branch, Is back on this division give tho lio to tho most emuhatlcallv chargo that tho now and will pull tho throttle on trains 2ft election law was designed to nld the and 27. democrats In thwarting tho will of Mil. J. H. Pattekso.w nronrletor of ho people. Hussoll Springs, is on a visit to his Good Prospects Foh Hotii roads. Heady to wear, made of Curtcr, and paid Eiderdown and Lamb's wool, ImUi plain sister, Mrs. Geo. Tho commorclal club took some im us a call Saturday. Ho is a red hot and trimmed, in Hed, Grey, Pink and IJU10 from 7he to 83. democrat and eajs that Kuscll county portant steps at its meotinir Frldav night. J. W. Hayden roportcd that be id uii ni;iii.. Mesiiames S. M. Logan and l. K. had secured $5,000 in subscriptions and Kemp, accompanied by Mies Ucsslo that tho right-of-wnlono stood bePennington, will leavo Tuesday morn- tween us and tho building of tho road ing to attend tho at onco. J. E. Bruce, J. U. Pnxton and i Congress, which convonesat Washing-to- n J. W. Uaydcn were appointed aon tho 27th. Middlesboro News. to go over tho lino and ascerAll tho now shades in superb quality of Talleta, heavy, toft and rich Mil. n. II. Caluwell, Srt., Is tho tain what tho land holders will tako 1 object of much sympathy by his friends. for tho right ahd to close at 85e per yard. Great lino of Novelty Silks for Waists mid drones. If thoy thought tho prlco reasonHo has gone stone blind and Is ulinn.t as holpless as a child. Old and poor, able. G. L. Penny, Win. Suvcrnncu ho must sutler sorrow's crown of sorrow and W. n. McKlnnev were annolnted to confer with wholesale houses In CinIn remembering better davs. H oneo bherllT of this county aud a most cinnati and see If thoy would donate to tho road as they claim that under popular man. TlIIJ Uourbon Nuws savs Mr. and urrungements it takes CO hours Crepons havo taken a fresh hold on tho jsqiular fancy and aro in great do Mrs. Georgo W. Stuart, (who was tho for freight to como from Cincinnati and lovely Miss Salllo Mooro). iravo u hand. only 10 lrom Louisville. J. J. Mellon- imand. Wolinvo 25 styles from 81 to 81 per yard, no cotton Crepons- BOinoeuchro Tuesday ovenlnir at tholi- - erts, II J. McRobertsund W. B. Mo j Plaids and Heveniblo Golf Suitings In uhout 30 styles, variety enough to homo on Mt. Airy Avenue, in honor of Klunoy wcro named as a commltteo to wr. anu Mrs. W. W. Goltra, of raiso a fund for oxnenso connected with Ind. There wuiti .li.dn,ilii..a tho running of tho Southern lino and of players, and a 'delightful luncheon for tho entertainment of tho engineers. was served ut the conclusion of tho In order to aid them In Hading tho games. Mrs. P. P. Clay, Jr., and Mrs. cheapest and best route, Cfctro Ky Hrlco Steele tied for tho prlzo a beau- uolds, John Bright, I. M. Brueo ulu j tiful laco handkerchief which was won D Ilustln wero upHinted to rldo i.v by Mrs. Steelo in cutting for It. Mrs. thu several proKwed lines and so;-G. C. Glveus. of Stanford, was onn of to tho engineers tho most feasible. TV tho pluyors. nrosnects for both roads seem in .. good and tho club Is determined to d.. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. all It can to secure them. Tho committee yesterdav sueum.i HAVE your cotl hauled whtlo It Is thrco rights of way free, that public dry. J. 11. Haughman ft Co. spirited citizen, J. F. Cash, starting Gentlemen, vou aro Invited to in. tho ball, and Squlro W. A. Colley and tpectour new fall clothiug. Severance Dock Uaugh following suit. Ills hoped a sons, that tho good oxamplo will bo emulated MILS. ermle 11 SILK WAISTS Mil. IlKS Hitciiib, of'LouUvllle, Is vrlth tho MUtes Mcuofce. MiiH. M. O. Williams and children aro visiting In Ml. Vernon. Mil. J. K. CAltsotf, of Wabash, Ind., arrived Friday on n biielnem visit. Mil. S. I. Stauo left yeMerday for his Shelby farm to havo wheat sown. Mintf Lizzii: Ukazlkv, of Crab Orchard, Is visiting Ml Mary I), Carter. IIan'usomi: Misr Lucia McArKi:, of Lebanon, U with Miss Pearl Hurnaldo. MllS. L. A. FaIHSS. of Lcxlnirtiin. U with her sister, Mrs. Wllllata Cordlur. Henzley Uros. Voutt account is drawn ofaml ready or jou and you must settlo at once. . and groat varictlc,. Wo have taken tho Utmost .election of our Fall and Winter Good, u.l.wo ak you to "T W Ot'ti terms aro strletlv cash on coal and food. Do not ask for credit. J. H Haughmnn fc Co. I 3 Come and Let Us Show You Our N Plaid Sklrtliw. Crepon., Cheviot., Al.o Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps. Silks, Trimmings, Ac. i $ Laiiiks, look nt our lino of ready made niorcerl7ed sateen skirts, 0$tf to c 00. sievornnco ft Sons. Wanteii.- -a llrst-cla- ss blacksmith, slcgo man preferred; tools furnished. Apply to L. P. Cook, Mnywood. LOST.-Ifypod- gj tg K SEVERANCE & SONS. im&ismLmsmmm$im!m& Tailor Made Suits. : ... . BuyGoodsCheap ! per-cal- c, But Don't Buy Cheap Goods. ,.r UID Our stock of Fall and Winter Goods havo henn snlpoio.l ,i.i. .i. ......... liought tho best values wo could find, the styles aro irr-- f .! - .... ,i. 'ilicj xu lowest. Wo havo the most approved things In ...:. u lllO ,.r. PLAID DRESS GOODS, BLACK & COLORED CREPONS Ladies' Wraps SATIN DUCHESS CLOTH. MERCENIZED SATEENS FANCY AND PLAIN SILKS, u. --- e c. ...-..- In fact, our line of Fine Drcfs Goods, Silks and Linings cannot bo duplicated outside of the larger cities. For Fancy Underskirts wo are showing a complete assortment of the very latest, best and only things. ar -- jurv.-Leba- Mercerized Moreen Skirtings. Our stock of Stap'es such as Flannels, Outings, Hoilery. Underwear, Gloves, dc is full nnd complete. In Ladies' and Gents Fine Shoes we say most emphatically there are no befer brands made than those wo carry. We solicit your patronage. v .it. JOHN P. JONES. GO TO JAMES FRYB For nlco now d t. PETTICOATS. nI Dry Goods and Motions, the .Newest Things in IsTeekties, CoIlnrs,CufIs, Shirtsmul Underwear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old and Young. Latest Style Shoes y)ar' Tor Ladles. Men. OlrU and Hoys. Tho very latest things In Clothing. t5 eipcslcnco In taking measures and I an fit any old shape. I will be glad to lurnl.h you any day In the year suitable goods at bottom prices vi. JAMES PR YE; Hustonville. Dressing - Saeks. nil-wo- Too Hot To Gook. liny Unccda Biscuits. UneeJa Ginger Wafers, Drummer Lunch Biscuits. SILKS. ay - com-mltt- Reception Flakes, White Satin Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, Soda-Wafers, Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, I'icklc, Olives, Homo-Mad- o Chccso, Ac, From con-trac- ts HIGGINS & McKINNEY. If3-Tr- PLAIDS & CREPONS y Graro Nuts. Youwlll llkelt Cypress .Shingles -- Iron Fence. ( A. C.smE, Metal Roofing. STANFORD, KY. Mill Work. Craw-fordsvlll- o. - A Family Carriage ' That comlilnpii 1iiaiiIv comfort with conieuieuce, is one of our well wade, easy riding aud elegant Surreys. It Is unexcelled for workmanship. durability aud comfort, and will give more satisfaction fu general familr uso than other carriage made. Wo are selling them Cheap aud Fast. Court-IIou- nJ Danville, Kentucky. AiA B. K. Opp. Wearen ic Son, Stanford, Ky, i. .:.. ' . X asa- MATnlHMIAL MATTERS, n, UND AND STOGK. KINOSVILLE. DINK FARMER THEINTERIO RJOURNAL aa'biii.4via.y n.d.rxid..-$1 PER YEAR CASH - When not sopatdaa.OO will bs cbarged. A. 9. PRICE, Surgeon Deatiat, Stanford, Ky. OfflsatTe' Metloborta' wflBHRvJ 2 tbs Owsley HullJlng. Drue, Stow In Tho Abbott has won 'n'no straight Thomas D. Williams, 23, and Miss Nnnnlo, 24, daughter of Jnmcs L. Cam-do- races this season. Toil Sale. Four Poll Angus calves. wcro married on tho 24th. Mich., is Chlcaco's Gret J. W. Baughman. u..Ininri. Potcr tho Great, 2.07, is tho fnatcst na Green, to far this year 4,603 couples Michigan. from tho Windy City nave marricu hnrsn ever bred In Seasons tiro now duo. Plcao call at there. onco nnd settle. M S. Baughman. D. T. Uohon, tho son of tho well W. It. Covington, of Madison, lost by knnwn rnrrlncu manufacturer at liar- nt Newport to death, a wulo which was over 42 years rodsburg, was married old. Miss Kato Davlc, of Tusculum. Tho Pnntngrnph reports tho sale of Mud Kato Horbolsholtncr was Indict 111., for 300 barrels of now corn in Madison at ed for murder nt Princeton, killing n rejected suitor, who persecu- $1&0 s, Foil SALE. 15 ted her. Sho claims sho killed him in first-clas800-iou- JtCcGtAV a fair fight. Tho oncrntfomnnt of Mr. A. Li. oris, formerly of Uurgln, but noir cashier of tho Manufacturers' Dank of Miuuics tui-- n Alice. Smith, a popular mi Mt young society bello of Cincinnati, hns been announced. a rtian.iih unvs that J. C. Johnson, a prominent business man of London, and Ml. tlnrn Hollo Young, ono of tho sweetest girls In Laurel county, were married and left for Fort worm, xox., where they will mako their futuro homo, longyenrllngs. Bird Matheny, ld, Preach-ersvlll- c. UNDERTAKEN And Dealer in HAE2TSSS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. The Compounding medicines. Isjdone with absolute accuracy sivfr.fniipcounles took advantago of a Michigan fair association's odor and 1 were married freo of charge. Most or thnm doubtless will bo trying soon to get a lawyer freo to help them out of fcO." the snnp. in nni'nnlftnco with the rites of tho Russian Orthodox church, Miss Julia firant. dauchter of Urlgadlcr Goneral and Mrs. Trod Grant, and of Ulysses b. Urant, er nnrl Prlnrn Cintncuzcno. Count Sper- anzky of Russia, wcro married Sunday night at Newport, It. I. Tho fellow, A. A. Advanl, who represented himself as a wealthy East Tnrfinn merchant, and as such cut a big dash In Chicago, and finally securing Mies Virginia Hudson's consent to mirrv him. was filled on charges of forgery preferred by the chlof of pollco of Ottawa, Ontario. Uo Is wanicu in scrcral of tho larger Euroean and Amorlean cities. Miss Hudson is a ot Louisville girl and Is on a visit to tho Windy City. nt grand-daught- in our MIDDLEBUR6. ( 1'KESCKIPIION DEPARTMENT anil the quality of nil drugs used is of a very high grade. The physician's success in the treatment of difficult cases is dependent on the purity and freshness ofthe drugs. Have his orders filled hero and the result will bo highly satisfactory. Come to See Us. Penny's Drug Store. We Hand Puaeluwi ani Da All Kinds of Bepalrlng. THE DANVILLE CYCLE CO., DANVILLE, KY No. 115 Third 6t. le ')fesamm"Mlm!""ggttn s vw Tho Favorite Lino iioxnsviisi!. CHICAGO. Dr. Haney and wlfo are vl.ltlng nt Phil There was a slight frost here last Friday morning. Jas. Chelph has his saw mill In operation on Indian creek. Jas. W. MoWhorter has moved to Covington, but will return hero to vote as his move Is only temporary. Uov. F. L. Creech moved his family to Odd- ville Tuesday, whero ho has been as signed work. Ed Lord had another picnic atiGrovo Thursday, though It was not very well attended. Too much of a thing Is nas ty, and even those who attend such questionable places of amusement, wearied after a time. Tho trustees of tho Baptist church have boucht of J. W. McWborter the Clayton houso and lot, to Use as a par sonage. It was decided sotno time ago to build on a lot just back of Iho caurch but the location did not suit them. Besides it was thought cheaper to buy T. S. B. a house than build ono. bo-co- OLD FLAX IS DEAD. THAT GOOD OLD HOUSE WHICH WE SHALL SEE NO MOKE. nnd 10 Bay horse, shoats for sale. Gcorgo W. Craig, Tur- ncrsvlllo. N. J. Cone, of tho West End, sola to H. A. B. Marksbur M,000 pounds of hemp nt $o. RpiiBnn. nro now duo and you aro re quested to call and settle J. K. Baugh- mna, Uustonvillo. Columbus Bishop tolls us that wheat sowing hns commenced and that ho believes a larger averueo will bo sown than usual. Sam Forsvtho received a car .load of seed wbett from Ohio this week which ho sold at 02 cents a bushel. Uarrods- burg Democrat W. B. Griffith shipped from Paris, Winchester and Mt. Sterling Saturda.v" 327 corn fed cattle, 1,325 to 1,500 pounds average, at 4 J to 5c. McCluro .V Williams sold to Joo Gar- rntt 20O sheen at 83 75. Vernon Mahan sold to Dlxlo Knlpht 500 barrels of now corn at ?1.25. Jcssatnlno Journal. J. W. Moore tolls his wheataveraged ornon 21J bushels this year. Mt. sicmnl. Mr. Mooro lives near Brodhead and Is ono of the best farmers In the State. C. H. Woods urobably had tho best piece of wheat In Boyle county this year. It has just been inrosneu onu tho field made M bushels to tho acre. Advocate. Tho British steamer Angola cleared from New Orleans with 103,172 bushels nt nnil lf.0.000 bushels of OltS. This Is tho largest cargo of grain ever taken from that port. Hon. J. W. Bailor, of Texas, win spend two weeks campaigning in Kentucky. Ho denies that he Is coming to tho State in the Interest or ..ir. liryan. Ho Suva ho will speak for Goebel and tho State democratic ticket. Tho Ami hogshead of tobacco of tho 1M)9 crop was sold on tho "breaks" at Louisville Friday nt tho remarkable price of $10 50 per hundred. This breaks tho record for many years. Tho tobacco was grown in Carroll county. Stiles McDougal and Jim Marriott had a novel mulo trade last week. Marriott offered to pay $50 for all raaro mules and $17.50 for all horso mules that measured 15 hands high. For every inch over 15 hands Marriott was to pay 85 additional and for overy Inch under 15 hands McDougal was to knock McDougal uccepted tho terms o!TS5. and Judge W. II. Gardner was agreed upon to mcasuro the mules. Marriott under the conditions of tho trade got 25 mules for 8705. Ono of them that lacked clcht Inches of being 15 baods high ho got for $10. Ellzabethtown News. . HOW ' still pervades our ntmosphoro. Very llttlo sickness provnlls among JOHN its at this tlmo and as good health Is las. candidate, for Jnller of Lincoln t'otinty the greatest of all blessings, wo ought auliject to tho nctlon of tho democratic pnr-tYour support Is solicited not to complain. Our" village, you aro awnro of course, has long been famous PAR3X FOR KENT. for Its bcuutlful woman no old maids L.lflw. .!. among us, for thoy, a well ns a few aa 1.1t.eSt Itl i ul charming widows, gooffllko hat cakes cornir. N U. U Crtrr or ...rrM w M t Tnthun T IIITI 1. Our town Is still nourishing nnd gives out strong Indications of a ON FARMS ! "boom." Business Is brisk nnd drum- OPTIONS Huston-vll- le mers are frequent visitors WANTED. and Stanford contribute their full farina option, would quotas Oneof our clll7ons, Mr. Sam In ILincoln like to tnkr tmis on Rood and narUcu- County. Tor Ham, has latoly fallen heir to n shnro IftMiUdrpaa i,A..inin.r "Ji Krlger. hv 1) In n fortuno of about fifteen millions, by tho left by nn English gentleman name of Hntn. Tho heirs all reside In y Virginia and Kentucky. Tho nnldluithorw combined wlih the molt popn .... heirs rcstdo principally In Pulas- lar .train. 01 n.rn.. .n, wiu ,i ...m- ciiintdiir.1 roadilef Jerwy cattle all rntwtered and ki and Lincoln counties. Tho Wad he.de.lby lhelnbrr.1 Pedro Hull, .' l. iw Inf.nia fedro Majoram dies of Somerset and Severances of your .Ire IWmJHl and d.M.ur . al.lll.J mm. iktaLM . ... ! I city, aro some of the lucky ones. Mr. herd at the World'. Ulr Shertborn. are jouna lUrrpn and Mary', torred with Mld.ve.. Ham says ho hnd, heretofore, no Idea (Ulocd.N.uth.own.hee..lNd.ndt rjrle., hoc. mii.inuaiiy "" great number of his relations. hireherd, of Kentucky P"i rnable"' Coiua of tho frlce. brat One mm claims kin on tho ground anaorwn.o.ui L.l feat. tjaait.1 bUalarJ Ky. 'ViiBlfi. that ho has found In his family records ho thinks Is tho namo of Bacon, which very near nkln to Ham. Gifts and legacies to great amounts have already btcn bespoken of and promised by Mr. W. A.BEA2LEY. Pror., D. M. C. S. C. Ilara CRAB OROHARD, KENTUOKY. to Tho aroma of our lata great reunion, I n onndlilstn for Jnller, subject 11a the acparty aiillctlt tion llko tho pcrfumo of crushed flowers, j ourof tho domoerritld support' TCULCHHY, J. floclal reprcenlntlroof CRUrjER, HUflSELL 5 CO' L'lnclnnntl, O., Will dl.play Hamplpa nt Hip Ht Ataplt Hotel in RLst.r.inl mi ilm 53tli nf Kirh Month work A All MrmrnU fltlrd on. k.,..V. 1. c. peppi.es Merchant Tailor. IIT Writ Ttli ftreet. y. ... (......-j-ll.lt- mIII. dolnK liu.lniws. Call und examine latest Mampiii 1 nil aim yiuier, ini-iwu- v. - "' J. T. SUTTON, Unclorttilcer, lis IhMIirulla fltutonvlllo, ftrTatM Kentucky IsltfOltl ttiilwarion 11, nJUs.ycunlt httaarlrrai tlHVr-- t e, uunur. huJ Kulltlucft of CufflMau'l Cu. itnir. Ken-tuck- FOR SALE. i ?. A. JONES, DENTIST, -- -- Stanford Ky. MISS EVELYN TARDIF, Tho Soamstross. I'laln nnd fashionable Huwlnf t'ultlnp and Water Works it, Kltllnr, a SH!Clalty - tMm a BEHZLEY HOTEL. W. S. BBAZLEY, D. D. S., aUlIlCJtritCr, Ky. Teeth Extrnctod Without Pain I SPECIAL P.ATES'IA SOUTHERN vlliiat men RAILWAY . J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. John II Uaii.im, AnrtiUHn. I.imiii.ix Ono fare lllirCklMIIIHlECAan.KUAN Trotting races, round trip, September 25, 20, 27, 2d, 20 The Srottiwii Uutnal InTCslosni Canjanj, and morning train Sept. 30, limited to return Oct. 2, 1SW. Of Loxlngton, Ky. Loulsvlllo Industrial Exposition, Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Street Fair, Midway Carnival and of Flro. One faro round trip, Oot. ' 0, 13, 18 and 21; limited two days exWe Pay While Tn Live. clusive of date of sale. 11 fares round OU Line Coapaslei F7 Wha Yon Die. trip Oct. 10, 11, 12, 14, 10, 17, 1!, 20. Ol Liverpool. limited two days exclusive of date of Inllflnjt made, and lhl !idpndld Accommltlona. Another (treat illwote ry ha. With Vllallsrd Air. 1'lijalcUn In attend-anc- e. IHwu faateunl ton, by a 1. ly In Ihlt country OUm ui Deiit mul !ulphur Well. Ittclutrhra uun her and lorten year, the with 2 or-lltc. ltinutilo. rineWatar Offlco In thn Mnw Thuniiii llulldlrift were tuod it Mterni lot. but her lrltal undermined and death xwrncd Imminent. Tor three month, .he coughed tncewautly. and could I uot.lrrp. hhe finally dlKarered a way to rum rry, by ourrbadnnul mi botUeof lr King'. New tnucli re PUroTcry for ConiuniMlon. and u 11I1M. lieicl on taking Art dw ihit.hetlepl all cure.1 T. rSAli'OISCO, Proprietor., atiitely and wltlij two llll-- . ha. I have on band Stock Hogs, Hernaiuel. Mm l.uthrr I uti ' Tbu write. V Co., of Shi Iby. N ' Trial lttle for AT DEPOT. DRODHEAD, KY. C HamnirlcA oilier stock and Cows, Calves and fn at IVmiy'i l'ru More. lUgular .lie .' SI l.Tery lottle Kuarinten). sale. Call on or wntc to inc 11 Ilrst Hotel n the ntount.ln. rite. conMd'red ljler. wilalllralus. Nwlsl attention to tra- you need any of the above. wsavi.uniuiA "woman. ln TO STOCK MffilT FRITH HOTEL, ROYAL Fes-tlv- ul INSURANCE COMPANY I'lre In.uranco Company lu sale. Oter 1150 tmo raid Wm. U. Tuyloo, asst. general senger agent, Louisville, Ky. m pas- IIUtSGH WBMtf.S SMITH 1U)M VN. Seey . LiiliijWn, ky Stanford. Ky I.KI Al.it. Lured the World l.UNU IIUUTATIO.X. I. the forerunner to consumption Dell's I1I Dr. nil euro It. rIto such ktrcngtli to the lung! Hint a cough or n cold will not .cttlo tlieru. Tncnt) Dvo cents nt Penny's Drug (Store. COLORED Mason Hotel MIIS. U. I).HIMlr50N, l'ror.. Barbee & Castleman, Managers Nmtlicrn lcartmcnt. Oiuerul Officers, Columbia llulldlnj;, liy. Uiul.-lsvllle. IjincuHtcr, t first-cls- Kentucky. (J) i'ortars THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL RECRUITS WANTED table. Everything 9 moot all trains Tho recruiting officer ut Lexington, Louisville, Ky., Ky., has just received Instructions to The raot centrally located nnd only colorcdjirocn enlist sound, cavalry service In tho Philippine for FIEST-CL-fiLS-S Islands. These men are wanted al once your Whcrit nnd Corn to . Morris Yon .hop und should apply Immediately to the I'lVd'a tkr In Wm Paucbtrty-EiihHiiKO Hotel lu tho city ruakliii; a Hour recruiting olficu at Lnxlngton, Ky. In Stanford nnd pit In eirliauRo Slenl. snil Mesl. You can ulo buy I'lour. Boys between 18 and 21 jears of ago Ilran. Chicken fud. A.r . cheaper nl musthao written consent of parcuts oiv plco tlinnI nny wlicro In town. A trial One block from the principal shopping my cxchined will l U nil a.k. or guardian, witnessed by a third ier-bo- u. n ciiodI thine for farmer nnd I plK district and two lilocLa from thu llirte able-bodied Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Just Like a Mill. Milp-.tu!- . fliisf WeotlerOn Hunan J Iv.llar. Itcwar.l b Trains Morning and Evening from Un nu of Calarra that rannot I enrol by Hall Curer Q ion Station, 10th and Broadway. yj & CQ Flax, the much loved family hor-f- of We, tbe un.le nlgneJ, hare known V. J. n'J Passengers desiring information and Mr P. W. Carter, died on the 23d. fur tbe pa IS yrair.. atl be!lee bliu iwrlcrtlr ami tlnanil. all rates to Wisconsin, Minnesota, rvebraskaa, He has been long known by all neigh honorable IncarryLu.luw. transaction, made by tblr out any oblUatlon. al. j able to and points in tho far West, Including bors and friends ns a faithful servant Wholmle Prunlata, TuWo. O. should address Wk.it A to his master. Flax has been in the Watnivii. hiNAX t Manix, W holnuite Urug. glta. Toleilu O. Frank J. Kced, Gen. Pass. Agt , Carter family 2j years and has acted Hail'. Catarrh Cure I. Lien Internally, acllun aurfacr. of the E. II. Bacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. well his part. Ho has gone through directly uiion the blood and mu-oT.teui. IctlruonlaliMMiWree. I'rlce.jc irlwt-ti- e Gen. Mgr. ruM by all I)rul.t. public schools and college with tho 10 W.U. McDoel, Vico-Pres.Hall a I amuy r hi. aroiuo Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. children of tho fuinlly, besides labor DYING ritOM DIARRHOEA. Virginia Editor had almost given up, but n as brought back to perfect health by Chamberlain's Co ic, f;ranj Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. A prominent HK.Ml Sly kojkI. al transaction, nnd full . principal theatres. IMx n,me from I.uddemr-llfc MOllltlS llietloor to all ptrtaof Street cars Mill, and aro flr.t-clTclepliono So. 83. the City. Hverjlhliii; nest and eleau 1 I"' pa FARM FOR SALE. -Moro-Und. Tur, iw Lincoln County National Bank. Capital btock.lllOO.OOO. fjueconor to The Farmer. Hank 4 Truit Company aud under saius management coutiuu. ously for '."J Year. Solioits Your Bank Aocount, piuluioiis J. J. William. J.B. Ow.ley, Sr., William Oouch, A. W. Criwnter, V. II. Oinnulns, J. i: Lyuu. b. II. hbanki Honing men business relation will prore mutual' ly beuttllclal and pleasant. ing patiently in other ways. Flax has been a regular attendant at Sunday school, even when growing old nnd foeblo. Old Flax with Mr. Carter, could be keen every Lord's day morning patiently climbing tho bill going to McCormack's church. Last spring Flax met with n serious accident from which ho never recovered; his shoulder In sotno way being broken. Al though the best euro and attention was given hlra, ho gradually grew weaker and more feeble until Friday ho was strlckeu down novcr to be upuny moro. lie was 28 years old last spring, and was sincerely loved, petted and spoiled by tho entire family. He wa tenderly laid to rest ou a hill sldo near, which spot will ever to tho family be sacred. lNDSU3,p3flO 3inod Contain. 10S ucrca and I. In a "I'lendld atate of cultivation. On tho Illy pike. S (From the Times, llillslllle, Vs.) nlli-from llu.tomlllo nnd IH from room, I suflered with diarrhoea for u long tlmo Ilu.onlta dwdllnR of lire. y nndcood tuiiant Iioumi, 1kU1im necc-sarand thought 1 was past being curid 1 iiutbulldlnpt. Splendid orchard. Rood well had .pent much lime ntul money and suf nndtwoaprlnga. WKI0,T (cretl so much misery that I had almost llu.tonvllle.Ky. decided to give up all hojies of recovery nnd nwait the result, but noticing the of ChambrrlHlu's Colic, Choi erased Diarrhoea Remedy und alio some OR TRADE. testimonials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this renudy, farm of :il acr in S0uthe.1i Kan. I decided to try It After taking a few JOiullfr..u. the 'w, ..V'nui Si Kuodfunilnifcouiilry, thickly don-- 1 wuscnirely well of that trouble, oneaiylcriu.ortralefur f.rui lu and I wWi to say further to tuy readers un 1 that I am a halo and and leel as well ns I hearty man ever did in my life O. R. Mooio. (Sold by Craig A Rocker, Druggists. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Jb 'XZE&.HJ, llll KDITOHIAI.. Tra,?.y. FARM FOR SALE INSURANCE. Outy the best companies nprcscntcd. Ili(UirieHsollcItet, 12. It. II. MA1IOXY, Agt., Slimford. ll'' ,""'''' Soutnern Railway Tin: fullow-sufiorer- s y B. G. FOX, I'S BITOT I'KNXlltATiy J, V. J. Cash, 11. Owsley. UFFlCElMi S. II. bhanks President; Cashier; J. lj.0ly. "W.M Hrigbt, Asst. of blr. Chicago, on Mrs. Cella Wallls, bearing that tho wife of a London banker possessed a dress costing eclipsed this by an cxpendlturo of $35(000. It was trimmed with Brussels point lace, u yard wide and threo yards In length, costing $23,000, uud diamond ornaments held It in place. 815,-00- 9, m ar The Mldcontlncntal Agricultural Ex. blbltion and Uurvost IVslivnl, which w(w to have beau in Cincinnati from Sep. 'it. to Oct. 7, baa been declared off. Gov. Bradley had already appointed delegates from Kentucky. The promoters could not ruleo the wind. Tho Negro Editor II. C. O. llenjitnln hu been indicted lit Lexington for criminal libel und blackmail. Kentucky Trotting Horso Breeders' Association, Lexington, Oot. 3d to 14th. One faro for the round trip, all stations In Kentucky, good to return 17th. Loulsvlllo Trotting Races, Loulsvlllo, Sept. 25th to 30th. Ono faro for tho round trip, from all stations In Kentucky, llual limit Oot. 2d. Admiral Dewoy Reception", Now Washington, MAIIY D. York, N. Y.. Sept. D. C, Oct. 2 3, 11 faro for tho round CHAEP RATES trip from all stations. Final limit on To New York la C. & O. account tickets to Now York City, Oct. 4th and Dewey celebration. Tho Chesapeake to Washington Out. 0th. Frankfort Street Pair, Frankfort, & Ohio Hullway will sell round-tri- p Ono faro for tho round tickets to Now York City on Sep. 2th, Oct. stutloDB 27tb aud 2Sth, at I2l.u0 for the round-tri- p, trip via Georgetown, fiotnall Oct. 4th returning, and In Kentucky, tickets good returning to limited to on account of tbe Dewey reception ul Include thu 7lh. Ktioxvlllo Street ,Fuir & Carnival, Washington, D. C, will sell rouud-tri- p Ono faro for Washington ou Sep, 30, and Kooxville, Oct, tickets to Oct. 1, at $10 40, limited to Oct. 0th. tho round trip, all stations, good until Tho Chesapeake &i Ohio Railway is tho Oct. 20th to return only line from Lexington with through National Convention of Christian sleepers und dining cars to New York Churches, Cincinnati, O,, Oot Knp und Wnahlnirtnn wlthmit ulninr'il. round trip from all sleeping ear reservations apply to Geo. Ono faro for tho stations, with final limit Oct. 2Ut. Liuxiug-toW. iiaruoy, uiv. run, Ky. Sundav ecurlou to Cincinnati. Tho reason for theso oxmtrslous Is now com A IX UlHVi, TIIK EACIl.E, klt.ll Or lug to a close. Tuko tho opiwrtunlty jj noted for IU keen slxht, cleur uud dis- whllo It Is boforo you. Low ruto extinct vUlon. Bo are thoao piraons who uo cursion via Queen It Crescent route tiathorliiud's Ks(U'l'ye Salvo for wouk cjoj. Sunday Oct. 1st. Don't fall to no. The Queen City is at its best In her fall stjus, soroeyesof snj'Vklnd or garb. lids. Bold ut 1'eony's Prug 6torc. 20-3- 0; 3d-0- th 3. A railroad, It U atd, will soon bo built from Suutu Clara to Sutiilugo, Cuba, a distance of 400 miles, with i w i STABLE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Horn, for nnd Mules ccH.tuiitly on hand und lo ut nil tlun. sevctal branches. I auffored EIGHT GREAT STATES This rumtsdy Hell's inukes Weak lungs ntrotig. It lias aaved mj life. J. II. Hoscll, Gmutsuurg. 111. pent hundred of dollar, with doetoruud for medicine to no avail until I utcd ir OOUUIIkD S3 YEAIIri. 33 jours with u cough, und Kentucky. Tennoasve, VlrKluln, fleorj;! North aud rJoutli Carolina. Alulmiun, MUsU.lppl. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANIOltl), UY. Through Sleeping Cars llotween Tho great succum of C'hamlxrlaln's ol Slauford In IMS, then rconfanluJ ai Each way bolwecn Louisville and I.exlujtou Colic, Chbleiaunil Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaint, lias lb. National Ilauk ofHlantord lu IMS auda-aW. A. TOUIC, O. V. A.. made. It standard over tho greater pari of Waablniuin, 1). O. the civilized world. For sale by Craig A W. II. TAY LOK, A, U. I'. A. vrnUe4uth First Natlomt UintjI,fataufurJ Hocker. DriUL'Utn. LiuI.vIIIj. If ju U2, baa had I'ractlcally snunlnUirrujittdsil.t. SALE OF PERSONALTY. in for 11 years. It I. bolter iu..lled now wltl Tli4 aJuilulitrilor of JamrtT. Hum will on Oivital Stock .100,050. Surplus, J17.CS3 Jl TbU liutltutlon originally o.lablliha aa the Iutalllo ani tho tfoutli. TliriKi: DAILY TUAINS On TucHtlav. Oct. 3, 1899 irauilHs tccur.led by hlui at time of bl. dialb, near rurnemllle, Uumlu county, Ky ,mI1 of hit at public outcry tbo wr. mal cobiitlU(rluilially of a iviiilit Mt of On Hit atllltU for transacting buslncaa irouitly and than Tr belure tu Ha long and honorabli Accounts ot ludlrlduals, fldii(larles,Bruu H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, STANfOKU, career. rorty etl, ltd Indltldualsaollcltfl. r. Iteld, Uuootn Co. S.T.lIarrls, " J.8.Hockr, W.l'. Waltou umscToai. J. W. llaydiu, Blauford 8. II. Haujouian, ii., n, Firming Inplenunts ani Ifachlnsrr Ilsujiholi ani Kitchen Furniture, Baggy, Sarraylil old Shooy, a work Mules, Hones, S&led ani Stiekoi Hiy, CTOwlsg Corn, a lot cf Wheat, let., lit., alio 10 Shares of Stock la Katlonal Sank of Has tonrllle. Ttam. SuunofllO aid under, cub In band, oirr that aiuouul tbrvo moalh.' irodllou nxufwi nolo, with lulcrut fluui dab goad condition, J h KY., T.F.lllll, W. A. Trlbble, " " la Kccelvlnu ills Sprius & J, 11 Collto.Crab Orch'd M. J. Millar, Mt.Yrnou U, U.E'.umre, blanfor J. Sum liter Goods. Goods Warranted. orncaai J, 3. linker, 1'icUeul; J. J. Millolrli, ICail.Itr' A, 4, MckUunay Aj.l.laut Caiblcr. 1'itJGuarautccd. Givc IMIinx, Aduir. Ilim a Call,