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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898092701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $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. iphW? Wf nmrvpfwfm SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. ' DANVILLE. Y NEWS THE VICINAGE, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 189S. IN NO. 5 CHURCH CHATTER, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. l1 i MP W. C. Wolford has in operation a Rev, I. S. MoElroy held a meeting at Mr. J. S. Well returned Saturday Troy, Jessamine county, with 10 addifrom rioi'ldu and reports Ills father hoop factory at his store beyond tions. much better. Mrs. Luclnda Adams, aged 70, died The Methodist preachers of West Johnson Allen la preparing to build on' the lot recently purchased by him In 6arrard Saturday morning after a Virginia must trust tho Lord for a short illucts. good many things as tho average salon Lexington Avenue. George Curtis and Frankv Evans, ary paid Is but $2otj. A called meeting of the W. C. T. U. Rev. J. N. Saunders, uncle of our was hold at the residence of the whlto'boys, stole horses Iu MndUonnnd yere captured In Hay. townsman of the same name, died at Misses Sallee Saturday afternoon Joslah Claunch, tho aged father ol Dloointleld, aged SI. Ho was the oldest Miles SttUnUer McDowell, one of the of Som- preacher In the Louisville Presbytery C. R. McDowell, J. E. Claunch, twin boys of Judge and one of the best. home and broke his erset, died last week in Puiuskl, foil from a tree at James Waddle, of Somerset, has a .iRov. L. L. Pickett made a speech In three places. arm Mr. George Case, who lived on the rnzor he bus been using constantly for before tho conference at Louisville In his move to have urging corner of 5th and West Lexington fiO years and ho has never honed It. The Somerset Paragon says a SI 10 Sunday trains and Sunday newspapers Stree, dropped Jrad on Muln Street Friday afternoon. Ho was SI years of monument was stolen olT the grave of a prohibited by law. little child of Judgo and Mrs. .V. M. Rev. C. M. Elllnger has been disposage and u miller by trade. , Catron. ed from the Methodist ministry ami new presiding elder ot the The William D. Donham, watchman at will be criminally prosecuted for misHov. V. S. l'ollltt, was here last week. SevenJ years ago ho Watts' Steel and Iron Syndicate was appropriating 120,000 of the Nebraska Wesleyan University funds. was pattor ofthc Stanford church and shot and fatally wounded by Jake who was arrested. A Deuver tot closed her prayer with: very popular with his congregation. Mrs. Annie Landy", who sued the C. "God bices mama and papa and Dewey beautiful farm of 'Elmwood," the Mr. Reuben Geniry. containing about S. at Danville for 52,000, because she and Sbafter and Schley and Sampson 2"i0 acres, was sold to Mr. W. Saliee, at was put oil at Lexington, wheu she had nnd Teddy's terror? und I would not be J03 per aero. Possession given this a ticket to Cincinnati, losoutcostsnnd too hard on oor Admiral Cervera If 1 all. was you." fall. Mr. Gentry is one of the most A dispatch from MIddlesboro say: Rev. S. M. Logan, of MIddlesboro, noted Berkshire hog breeders in the Miss Ida Dlx, a prominent young sociewill assist Rev. S. M. Ranklu In como( United States, and the probability ty lady, was shot In tho leg by tho achis leaving Kentucky Is much regret- cidental discharge of a pistol in the munion services at the Presbyterian ted. church next Sunday and will preach , i hands of Hubert Shumate. VM", day there beginning Thursday The Chamberlain Literary Society Af;er being out 21 hour, the Jury In twice a night till then. hold an open cession Friday evening. the case of Alex. Pence, charged with Rev. F. W. Allen tells us that he itj Debate, subject, "The Annexation of the murder of James Smith, the alleg- expecting the Rsv. II. A. Northcutt, a the Philippines." For the nfllrmatlvo ed paramouur of Pence's wife, which noted Missouri evangelist, Messrs. Roberts and Chllds. For the toassi&t him case has been on trial at Richmond, in a meeting beginning ncgatlvo Messrs. Lafon and Norwood. failed to agree upon Christian a verdict. Decided in favor of the alllrmatlvc. church next Sunday and to last "the A petition with .'100 signatures was Lord known how long." Reclamation, by Clay Goodloe, "The presented to tho Pulaski county court Cuban Refugee;" paper by Mr. Nor asking The Transylvania Presbytery conthat an election on opening venes wood; "Original Oration1' by G. How saloons in at Pcrryville today. Rev. S. the magisterial ard Uruce; every student should beloug Including Somerset he held Dec. district M. Rankin und George P. Wcaren will 10, but represent the Stanford church. The to one of the literary societies and it was laid over till Che October term. opening sermon will be preached by should be encouraged by the presence Tho fiscal court of Marion county "Rev. A. S. MolTett. of the faculty and friend of the col- decided that tho suit brought by S. A. Rev. J. H. Crouch has just returned lege. Russell, T. P. Hill and Hen Spalding from Liberty church at Buckeyc.where Dr. Spurgeon Cheek has been In the name of Marion county sgalnst one of the surgeons at the hos- the L. & X. railroad, etc., be dismissed; he Held a meeting for the pastor, Rev. pital, atChlckamauga. He was formerly also that the county tako no action in J. I. Wills. It lasted 12 days and SO united by baptism and two by letter. a metnberof tho Second Regiment, Dr. the Milt of H. H. Phillips, triistco for All of the new members are young men Hlchard Morris, of Unlontown, is ?tho Cumberland and Ohio railroad and ladles. Rr. Foley for a few days. Mr. Lewi. aralnst the L. & N. railroad. A Paris boy who has of Lincoln county, Is with Mr. Hossoll, heard a great deal of talk about army A. E. Gibbons. Mrs. M. B. McAllster, Louis Landram's break about putting of Orlaudo, Fla., will be with Mr. W. SX) bushels of tomatoes In 1,000 three fare, was very much interested in the II. Harris for several months. Miss Kund cans reminds tho Carlisle Mer communion services at church recently. Margaret Kinnalrd has returned from cury of the experience of Dr. n. S. After the sacrament had been passed Philadelphia. Lucten Montgomery, of Keller, now of Frankfort, when ho he whispered: "Mamma, Is that hard Mississippi, a former student of Centre came home from college at Danville tack?"-Ne- w8. Hlshop Cranberry did not think that College, left Saturday for New Haven with the idea that Danville nnd Hoylc to enter tho law doparttnent at Yale, county wore theoniy places ou earth. a Methodist preacher should devoto after a pleasant visit to Danville Ho wao tolling County Attorney John his entire time to making prohibition friends. Miss Lulu Owsloy, of Arizo- F. Morgan about the great horse Inter seeches, so declined to sanction the na, U with hor sister, Mrs. W. II. Rioo. elt around Danville, and in his en move to make Rev. G. W. Young the Judge W. M. Hcckncr and wife have thusiasm exclaimed that "every farm lecturer at large of the Interdenominareturned to Winchester. Mr, And Mrs. about Danville that contained u& many tional prohibition movement. At the conclusion of his Inst service Millur Leo gave a dinner party Satur- as 2A ncros has a mllo track on It. Tho day to their relatives In this vicinity. attorney bgau to talk about the math- at the Methodist church Sunday mornDr.J.S. Felix, of Ashevllle. X. C, ematical proposition and the' embryo ing Rev. W. S. Grlnstead, among other things, told his hearers that if they will till the pulpit of the Haptlst church doctor vanished. wanted to visit his family after Sunday Sunday morning, He i? a brother of, A male child was born to Mr. and to come In jeans and calicoes as he been pastor of tho Dr. Felix, who has Lexington Haptlst church for many Mrs. W. A. Gladuoy, near Clovernort, would expect them to help pack up. years. Mrs. John Qulsenbcrry gave a without arms or legs. The little one He invited the brethren to bring along collar-bonand little shoulders, u wagon or so and help him to tho demost delightful reception Friday after- has a but no semblance of ua arm, there be- pot with hta household goods. Said he noon In honor of her lady friends. Mrs. Fayelto Dunlnp entertained Thursday ing only flight ilosh formations, not "If any brother wants mo to go very evening in honor of MUscs Hering and larger thau the last joint of one's bad let him bring two wagons" Mr. Scruggs, of Decatur, III. Mrs. William littio linger. At the hips where the Grlnstead was not feeling well and did what-evo- r not preach a rogular sermon, but gavo Severance anil Mies Anne II. Shanks lego should Join there In nothing except on one .side n slight for- a very Interesting talk. His congregayero tho representatives from the Stanford Christian uuurcli to tho C. W. mation similar to thosout the shoulder, tion generally regret to give him nnd 13. M. district convention held here and on the other a tiny attachment his excellent family up, and if a vote of the church amounted to anything lie week. The weather was most un- slightly resembling a little foot. and tho attoudanco small.but favorable The number ot banks In 17!)" was 20, would be kept here Indellnltely. tho meeting was both Interesting and In 1N7, T0.45T. The capital in J7P7 THE SECRETA RY'S WAR RECORD Hut-tnuvill- c. Vuti-beber- s, at-th- c and Allie Long, HBr.vMv iriHbvi 14, of MIddlesboro, eloped to Tennessee and were married. William Marshall, of South Rend. Ind., killed his wife while in a lit of jealousy. Ho then tried to destroy Only one week more. Saturday. (Vt lt, until we give away n fine Steel Range. Tho himself, but unfortunately failed to do person giiettlng neure-- to numbt-- of beans In quart jar get the Range. Kverv SI purchase entltlot you to a gue-In order to miku thU our banner week we will ill you SO so. imiuwN of Granulated for SI, I.everlng'i Cout Arbucklet nnd 4X Coffee SVc. . Miss Mary Woodson, of the Kldd's We limit the nlM)ve prices to SI worth of wlien customer buys other goods groceries, tln-many or tho store section, who frequently visits except lirlces as he buvslie Is entitled tons ntlior dollars' worth of Miar urlr-- coffee at bold r above dollars' worth at nnlr tlu. 1. Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson here, will bo mar Sool till Look at the prices of our other goods and see how much we can" sav ried tomorrow to Dr. Rlttcr, of Indlun-l- you on them. Iltsi brands Calico Ic Lonvlalo liloach Cotton, flc. other good bleach cot , v imp li). Ladles' awl Children .V, ton. 4 ami .ic. Hoe, 5c. up. Ladles' Vests. I3e and 25c Good I'mbrellk, 30c. Men's Shirts. 20 to 50c. Men's Jeans Pants. 30c Miss Mary Eliza Pence, the hand- up. Men's and Women's Shoes, ROe, up. Rest lino wo ever carried. Nice line Ladles' Capes. 75c to 31. Children's Cloaks 50c 52 . Men's nnd Hoys' some daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hats, nliout 25 styles, .V to .V lots cheap. Red Comforts tho to money. Largest line of of them worth dov.ble Pence, will be married tomorrow to Men's and Roys' Suits and Overeoats we ever handled and cheaper than you ever bought leaf Iml, 7'cj new 2 cakes Lenox Soap for Iu 30c Mr. Joseph Sewoll, of Independence, them.we Pure give you a bargain In country Sorehum buy. gal course we cannot give 3c. ery can fact ev every thing you Of Mo. customer the S.ls Range but wo guarantee to give you more goods for your money thau L. L. Hright, n Richmond merchant, juu i it iiuv eisewneru on ii.e nee 01 tne earth. Salesmen": Wade II. Kennedy, Archie Rlffe. the soldier boy. and Albert Keeney. and Miss Blanche Dixon, of Hnrrods-burg- , will be married today. The r of the famous bride is a m criminal lawyer Hon. Ben Hardin. Miss Harriet Wellington Glascock, the talented and huudsoino brunette, who recently gayo an "Old Maid's J Convention here, was married last week I to Mr. Claudo L. Hull, the Lawrence-bur- g merchant, who visited her PI sovernl times during her stay here. Shoes with Heavy Soles and Broad Toes are Very Stylish forWomen. The ceremony occurred at the Gibson i House, Cincinnati. rti. i Frank L. Bristow, proprietor of the u Palisades, in Jessamine county, has been sued for divorce by his wife on ivjf. Vamp Shorter than for some years. We can please you. Call in charges of cruelty. Her petition asks and see us. illl. tho couit to enjoin Bristow from dis- i posing of that property, alleging that 4r she paid $4,000 of the i,500 purchase c money. Before her marriage to Bris- & The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, SY. tow, Mrs. Bristow was tho widow of fii HI, James Turner, iTfr YzlFTC ytj ftflEQ ir!JriTHcx V JLN Xj V, X UJUXJ r I 1 1 TANNER BROS., McKinney. a t. eai-li- ex-ei- it ?'. Ileim-mho- O.-- t. a. rcrt-ales- i 5 grand-daughte- I Shoes For Women I I . ': i w as 1 Get Them Heavy. m CALDWELL & LANIER, Vincent Shlnkle, tho wealthy steamboat man. She is a member of the well-kno- Sis 1 tucky. Buford family of Ken- three-year-ol- d Mrs. Augustus Thistlewood. of Providence, R. I., has been married six times. At her last wedding four of her former husbands were present and acted as ushers. The fifth sent his regrets und a present, and an invitation to the bride and groom to spend the honeymoon at his house. The average term of servitude for three husbands was 10 months. WAR ECHOES. Sell Goods Cheap Experience you wi DEWEY HAVANA ? 1 Well, if you " .f.' m know that TTTFl MATN"R Cause of Our Success Lies in the MERRITT Of Our Goods. Making People Travel J Gen. W. IL.Jackson very sensibly ; declines to serve on the President's in- To patronize uc; especially to see such lines as Stetson Uat. Stacy Adams Shoes, vestigation committee. Manhattan Shirts. twet Orr Pants. Best Ulothing Made. Ail Goods Guaranteed. Tho hh)9 sunk bv Dewey have been 0nt of the harbor and shipping at Manila is being resumed. DANVlLl-E- ; KY. 136. It is proposed to increase the regular army to 100,000 and muster all the volunteers out by Christmas. Frank Englebert. of Co. E., Sjjod Kentucky, died in the hospital at LexCI ington Saturday. His home Is not known. E. C. Poe, a member of the signal corps, from West Point. Iowu, was run IM down by a train at Camp Hamilton and V) MILES ' The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. PERFECTION 1 intantiy killed. e lt Jockey Manor, who is to receive a salary of 310,000 n year, weighs 04 pounds. It is fortunate that the government is not compelled to pay Gen. Sbafter at such pound rates. Tho effect of tho cruel reconceutra- tion order In Cuba Is shown that of the 2..)00 concentrated there a few months ago, most of them are dead. The few remaining are on the verge of starvation. ., I it M Is a thing never nttained, but we can by years of eflort and experience approach it. Any one can take a measure aud W ' ': Half Way Fit You Inn pair pants, but few men can take a mcasuro for .1 coat so' as to perfectly tit and nt the same time build up and .... ... instructive. DCiiixn was aImuticaiTtTme tjiu nTTi.: or hanti.voo. lltttlt NKIIIT AXI DAY Tho Packets at the llattle of Santiago do Cuba were all Heroic. Their Heroic KlTorts iu Gutting Ammunition and ltntlons to the Front Saved the Day. No. 3, writI. E. Butler, of ing from Santiago Do Cuba, on July 23, hays: "Wo all had diarrhoea in more or vt$ yifllent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doctor, for It was a case of rush and rush night nnd day to keep tho troops supplied with ammunition and rations, hut thanks to Chamber Iain's Cotlc, Cholera and Diarrhoea able to kcopntwoik and keep our health; In fact, sincerely believe, thntut one critical time this medicine whh the indirect saviour of our army, for if the paokers had been unable, to work there would have been no way of golfing supplies to the fiont. There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrade apd myself had the good fortuno to lay in n supply of tbii n before we mediclno for our Tampa, and I know in four case it loft absolutely saved life " Tho above letter was written to tho manufacturers of this medicine, tho Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Ctalg it Hooker, Druggists, Stauford, Ky. KICK OH WULI., A pack-train 1 pack-trai- The bank cjroulatlon In dcHsits in the iirat buukjjf the United States in ISO'.), the earliest date at which reports of bank deposits are obtainable, amounted to JV.00,000; the by 0,107 individual deposits-reportebatiks In ISO" amounted to ?.,ll):(,7o.'),-H)of which 31,03O,;J7O,O36 were classed as savings deposits. 10,200,000, in 1507, $1,027, IWJ.UM. 1707 was iu lb07, $10:j.lr'0,70. The. $10,-000,00- 0, 7, It has been fully established that tho dismembered body found in a pond at Bridgofo-t- ', Conn., w.as Miss Emma Her father and three brothers fully Idetititled the remulns nnd the coroner has issued an order permitting til em to be exhumed and taken to Southlngton for Interment. Gill. LOW RATES QUEEN & CRESCENT. Fall running meoting, Loxlngton, Ky., September 13.29th. Oue faro for the round trip, from all stations between Mason and Pino Knot, inc. See agcntB for full particulars. Cotton touched o.lSo at Nuw York Saturday, or four pojnts lower thau ever before- - recorded in tho history Tor-beof cotton statistics, a matter, of nearly recommendation signed by Gen. chief of tho cavalry, concurring 50 years. This means very hard times in the recommendation. After some for the Southern people. delay and deliberation, Geu. Sheridan Pumpkins furnish succulence and Indorsed the report and recommendare excellent to to the ation and sent It to the war departrations for the swine. They nro highly ment. Col. Alger, however, was not fattening. Hogs do cot ulways take to dismissed from tho service. Knowing them readily, but a fondness will soon that his infraction of military rules would under ordinary circumstances be developed. bo followed by dishonorable dismissal, The editor of the Waycross, Ga., ho went to Washington tj see the Herald says: "Having increased our president. lie pleaded illness as an family by tho addition of another exeuso for his absence from tho regiof increasing our ment and presented his resignation. girl, wo list, and now is the time to subscribe." It was accepted before the Sheridan There are 400,000,000 people in tho totter reachgd Washington. British emplro and the (Jueon would About 500 applications for ponslons, have to llvo another 70 years to enable arising out of tho war with Spain, hor to see all ot them puss before her, have already been tiled at tho pension night and day, for all that time. oflice. t, give-variety arc-desiro- While Sheridan wits pursuing active operations against Gen. Early iu the Shenandoah Valley, and on the eve of battle, Col. Alger applied for 10 days' leave of absence. His application was donied on account of the need of tho services df every ollicer and man. Nevertheless, he left his command, and a few days later was in .Washington, having obtained a detail ou duty. Tho fact of his absence without leave was reported by Geu. Custor to Gen. Merrltt, with the recommendation that ho be dishonorably dis charged. Tho roport and recommen dation was concurred In by Gen. Merrltt and sent to Gen. Sheridan, who added that It was the third time Col. Alger had been absent without leave, and stated that in his opinion' tho offense demanded summary punishment. Another indorsement appears ou the court-marti- al Thero was a grand roview of the troops at Camp Hamilton In honor of Gov. Bradley Saturday. The parade was witnessed by thousands of persons. The Immune regimonts were in the review and were roundly applauded. The accusation is made that Abner McKlnley, tho brother of tho president, has made $.'100,000 out of army contracts obtained at tho war department aud Mark Hannn 82,000,000 on coal contracts with the government since the war broko out. On their voyage from New York to Manila, via Honolulu, the battleships Oregon und Iowa and the vessels ae- , . ....... te tuiKiujiux mum win mnito iiui ....... tnree stops before reaching Honolulu. These will be at Bahia, Brazil; at Punt a Arenas, In the Straits of Magellan, and at the Gallapagos Islands, oil the coast of Ecuador. Tho cruisers Boston and Raleigh and tho gunboat Callao have been sent from Manila to take, possession of Hollo. Tho Americans at .Manila have arrested seven insurgents who were impressing men into Agulnaldo's 1 1 ft : -: HDE Of the form. At DEFECTS 0 to SJ5. ! M Years ofcxperience makes me able to fit nuy man, no matter about imperfect or irregular shape. Suits And Overeoats Pants j3 to $10 w a VI! H. J. McROBERTS. 1 fiT -- ill .. ... army. The general situation at Manila is unchanged, us all sides await the action of tho Paris peaco conference. Health conditions grow steadily worse. There are now 6S0 soldiers In the general hospital. The treasury department has decided that soldiers aro entitled to travel pay from tho place of dischargo to the place of enlistment. This also applies to soldiers who are on furlough, except in cases where distance is greater than from tho point where tho regiment is located at tho tlmo of furlough to the placo of enlistment. It also holds that discharge takes otTect only from tho date on which tho ollicer or soldier receives I BHPraMilHnl lOIJLatlM. V.y iS3SB'BCBSfnrWT1BTliilIRlfI We are out th"s year with some new Improvements. Sotno manufacturers We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balance?, l'ght draft, forco feed, dc. imitate Always Ask For The "Superior," When you are oflered a disc drill. Oihers are 'm'tat'ons, We were unable to fil our order last year, anl kindly ask you to place your order withus early for the best on earth. it. HKHHNS & McKINNEY. U a." ': iiP?1" -'- w'-'ivHirSfSr? . r - I' 4f .t L u ."i'v. Evcrsolo over pounds of hemp from C. M. Clay. Jr , Wilson l.ViT, over Brown 3,000, over ;10,000 from Junius Clay and .'10,00 genera! of the Second Bri gade, Second Division, Third Army both 032. Eversole seems to be a runner pounds from L. M. Bedford, at U. At Perry Jefferson's farm, in a contest for Corps, at Chloknmuugn, says: "Tho from away back. Stanford. Ky., Sept. 27, iSgS second division, first corps hospital When the Now York republican con- money, n Negro man entorcd a time there, was worse than hell itself. It vention nominates Col. Rooscvolt, the match to cut 1,000 sticks of tobacco. TO THE was tho filthiest place I ever saw. The democrats will send out a number of He cut 1,00.1 sticks, six weeds to the W. P. WALTON. condition of affairs, I believe, are due stereoptlcan exports, who will portray stick, in 11 hours and 10 minutes, and :F to the bullhcadedncssof Dr. Huldeko- - on canvas all the horrors or tno war, finished in good shape. Bourbon Nows. W . J. Dobaun sold to Will Caldwell throughout tho per, who would tako nobody's sugges- depicting to the voter? Domocrntte Nominee Tor Congrc, tion and knew nothing himself. His great empire Stato the suffering ami 30 shouts at :Uc. E. W. Loo bought, of HON. G. G. GILBERT, system in taking from. the regiments misery causod by wanton and criminal George Shelby 85 hogs at 8c. Sidall their surgeons and medical corps, nctrleet on tho part of republican ney Otter sold to Farris : Whitley Of ShelliV County. 3f0 barrels of corn at $1 in tho shook. and putting them in the division hos officers. funeral of Miss Winnie Davis pitals, demoralized the regiments so "Coin" Harvey says that the voters Will Salleo bought of Reuben Gentry THE 1 from St. Paul's church in Illchmond. thnt hundreds of men fell sick who aro finding out that the republican his farm, "Elmwood." of 2.0 ncre Va., where her illustrious father, Hon. would have remainod sound had the administration has conducted the war on the Stanford pike at $08. Mr. Gen Jefferson Davis, was confirmed and medical otllcers been in the regiments more for the benefit of tho favored few try; much to the regret of his friends, where he worshipped during the days to have administered to them properly. who want to make money than for the is thinking of locating elsewhere. Adof the Confederacy, was one of the Now that Dr. Huidekoper has resigned, good of the whole nation. "I do not vocate. Every day wenro hatninrrlng prions lower and lowrnnd people forSOinilcfinround most notable ever held in that city, I want to say that he should have been believe tho republicans will profit much' Looking at the stars and stripes h.nve been in and gotten wagon loads oV goods nnd left with broad smiles on where so many illustrloud dead .have shot." There seems to be no doubt of by calling public attention to the war. Hying on Fort Santiago at Manila, their face nnd vowing they would of been laid to rest. The Confederate the truth of this statement, except as As I said before, silver will bo tho Admiral Dewey said: Ml their neighbors about the "I hope It llonts Veterans, the Sons of Veterans and the to the horso doctor resigning. One day. democratic issue, and tho unanimity there forever, forever. It Is etrnrtgo citizen soldiery vied with each other in we read that he has been honorably with which the various State conven- that we have wrested an empire from numbers and the whole city turned out discharged and the next that he is still tions are endorsing tho Ctilcago plat those people, and that with the loss of to honor the lovely young woman, who drawing his salary. He cured Mrs. form proves such to be the case." only a few men. Our navy did most Now wo propose to continue thin Thoe erstwhile democrats, who first saw the light there during the McKin'ey'a pet dog and Mr. McKlnley, fu- 'fti. aud William Lindsay, remarkable work. If were a religious Buckner After the who put him over the lives of so many stormy days of '01man, and I hope I am, I should say neral the remains were escorted by the soldiers, will see that he suffers neither are consulting at Frankfort a9 to what that It was the hand of God. I remem various organizations to lovely Holly- from investigation or otherwise. A course to nursue in the campaign this ber, when we engaged the fleet, seoltig wood, where Mies Davis' father lies horse doctor Is about on a par with fall. Gentlemen, thero are two paths shells tired directly at us, and do not burled,and by a procession of carriages the administration, and for you to take, one leads straight Into iinuersinnu uuuur rieuven why we escamp and the other into Until our stock U sufficiently reduced, so tnle ndvnn'agcs of this gicM oppottunl two abreast and a mile long, wmen the people are going to express them- the republican caped." ty to buy gO(xlM?asonHblft good below cost beforo the. stotk i picked over If w of the democratic party, but with selves pretty forcibly on both at the tho ranks passed along streets lined The compulsory educational law knew exactly what you nevded wo would mmh! It if you fall into the last named, you to yni, but a we don't know you people the whole way. The casket was November election. provides that parents and persons hnv-in- g must do several years penance before mint come yourself nnd bring your basket. wrapped in a Confederate Hag and children between the nges of seven THE demand by the Spanish for you will be received into full fellowflowers from every State in tho South Yard wide Unbleached Cotton, SJc per 2S, to evacuate ship. Tbe way of the transgressor is and 14 under their control to send thorn Men's White I.atindried 'Shirts, 75o completely hid it. "The Daughter of time till February Cuba has been met by a decided hard, but while the lamp holds out to children to school at least eight con- ynrd quality, for 4Po, the Confederacy." as gallant old Gen. 0 4 I uble.iclied Sheeting, worth 15c, signer may return. secutive weeks in a year. School trusMen' While Sh'rK with Colored Ho- Gordon named her, was tenderly loved refusal by the United States, which burn, the toughest tees aro finable under tho law for not uinrked down to lie. , oms nnd one pair cuff, reduced from 75o Covington Commonwealth. sym- demnnds in stead that the evacuation by every Confederate soldier and ptHctmtIng parents and guardians who to 8fc A Good Canton Flannel, 4jc. pathizer, both for her father and her begin by Oct. 15th and be completed violate the law. Tho penalty Is u fine Still' lints at llo longn they lust. LAND AND STOCK, White nnd Gray Flannel, 8J nnd Do. worth. The denr old by Dec. 31st. This government will own intrinsic of J5 to 820 for the first offense and 810 Men's Fine Shoes in lylo reduced from T ill Flannel, only 15c. lied mother, now bending under the weight likely also prevent the removal of the 1,000 bushels Red Fultz seed wheat to $20 for subsequent offenses. il 50 to 0?c. Comfort, 4Sc, 73c to 2. remains of Columbus and his monu for sale. S.M.Owens. of years, attended the funeral and was The first territorial regiment, United Men' Fine Calf Shoe, wqrth VA 50. now A 1U lino of Mcintosh coat for men nearly prostrated with grief, which ment, which the Spaniards are preparSix extra, large mules for sale. S States Volunteers, of Arizona, is en ing to do. The impression prevails and boys. Kango in prtee from f 1.03 to fell for 2.4S. seemed to be shared in by every person M. Owens. route to Lexington, where it will go 17 Men's Working Shirt for 23c you ued that the appearance of an army corps present Stlgall Bros, sold to E? .P. Woods 40 into camp. There are now 7,000 white or so would help materially at Havana, Ladif' Fleeced Lined Vestc. 15c, twe to pay 40c for, fat hogs at 8jc. Men's lOo ocks now for 5c. The Springfield, Mass., Republican where Blanco and his crowd are still Mark Hardin sold to T. D. Newland and 2,500 immune troops around that for 25c city, and with the two regiments added ' Men's Plow Shoes down tn 75e. A Suit of Underwear for men, worth mince its words in denouncing disposed to ride high horses.' does not a bunch of hogs at ,!c. these ligares would reuch 12,000. The 75c, marked down Oil Grain Croolv .iow at OSc. president and Secretary Alger, the Secretaky Algek has a good deal Sales of corn at 75e per barrel in the Twenty-firs- t Kansas was to have left Ladles' Grain and Glove Grain Shoe Ladies' FurTrimrned Cape, USc. worth whom it holds responsible for the hos- of gall along with his incompetence. field are noted in the Central Record. at (5Sc for home toduy to be mustered out. $1 50. Ital horrors, which were unworthy of Joe Patchen beat John R. Gentry in Few Tan Shoes, worth 92. to c1om out The last organized remnant of the Lndles Dress Skirt, PSc,, worth SI 50. any civilized nation. The responsibil- In a speech at Jacksonville he praised straight heats at Readville, Mass. Best Khalifa's army wa3 routed at Gedarlff, at USc. on the his own works and described that of ity of Alger and Sternberg rest Ladle' Flannel bkirts, worth 75c, time, 2:041. Tan Sockf, regular 15o qunlitr. at So after a battle of three hour, In which marked down to 4!c. president and in defying public opinion the Surgeon General and the QuarterT. M. Boone has bought considera- 500 Dervlshe.i were killed. Tho per pair. n and keeping the secretary of war In master's department as a little short of MENS WEAK. MenS i'.lnok String Tloj, worth 24c hiss was 37 killed and '50 Miraculous, we suppose, ble butcher stuff during the past week Nice ot if all Wool, Clay Worsted office, the'presldent assumes the full miraculous. now nt 15c. wounded. they did not kill every man of the at 2 to 3K , worth $10, reduced to M'S. Suit-burden of that official's pottering mal- that 1 Ynrd William Beck bought of William Wide, Duok Percale, only 6c. Owing to the critical condition of volunteer soldiers. Self praise is half A few Men's Brown and Ulnck Alpine administration, ridiculous Mosler and William Long a bunch of Chinese affairs, tho Emperor hasibdl-cate- d Flannelettes, I2Jc quality, now ic. Is the scandal and the management of the and egregious conceit. This lints, reduced f om f 1.25 to 4Sc. hogs at 3ic. A big line of Cnlicoe at 3c par yard. and culled back to power the truth in a nut shell, and bo it remem- war department is scandalous from A Over 4,000 cattle wero Aold in Mont- Empress dowager, who he says, is ripe bered that the arraignment is not oy a to Z. Alger cannot down public dis- . . gomery in a few days at prices ranging with experience and equal to the job. partisan democrat for partisan pur-- , g"s i' 5"?" a show of from 4 j to 4i. One of Dewey's ships, the Hugh poses, its by a paper wntcn uares Cchan officers are circulating a Stamboul, 2:07$. was killed by lighthas captured the Insurgent to tell the truth no matter wh6 is document in Eastern Cuba very hostile ning at Erie, Pa. His owner had just steamer Abbey, which is believed 'to hurt. T. I). KANEY, .Mutineer to the United States. It declares that paid S2,000 for him. have landed 7,000 rifles for' tho lnsur- Maj. John D. Harris. of Madison, rrnta ' pledged in there will be bitter resistance to any McKlNLEY'Jy commission, j Urnnch stores at Prrii, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, LswrenceburR, Pyntiil the beginning to whitewash the man- outside interference in organizing the sold 200 export cattle at 4f. They Thomas Collins, the lul but one of agement of the war department, Is at new government or in shaping its af- averaged 1.550 pounds. the six brothers comprising the widely-know- n ia,Versallle, Emiryce, Georgetown, hliiabethtown, Frankfort. Mnuckport, Ind. Col. Thornxon 2:09, owned by L. D. firm of Collins Bros., railroad last complete. There's hardly a man fairs and that no further intervention is needed and none will be brooked. All Ray, of Lebanon, died at the Bowling builders, died at Bellefontc, Pa. on it, whose word will carry conviction' Cypress Shingles?. Iron .Fcnci In Brown county, Ind., George May, with it, the committee'belng made up of which makes us say what we have Green fair. He was valued at 2,000. said' all along that the Cubans will J. B. Foster delivered to John Embry aged 102. Is suing his wife for divorce principally of men who are of the cattle on grounds of Infidelity, because she calibre to be tickled to death over have to be whipped into submission. for Nelson Morris 3tt being recognized by the president. before they are worth a tinker's dam at 4!c. The sale was made six weeks has just borne a son. ( KY". ago. While If. is investigating, the people as citizens. Lt. Hobson has another victory to Rex McDonald, owned by- Col. his credit. He has succeeded in floatVZ will prepare for a little Investigating Tin: urmy doctors have settled the chamthemselves by electing a democratic question and excused themselves for Hughes, nf Lexington, won tho ing tho Maria Teresa, when everybody iMetal Hoofing. Jlill Work. congress pledged to see that every the sickness among the soldiers by lay- pionship for gaited horses at Kansas said he couldn't. City. s wrong is righted. on the The election ing it all on the horse tly, which they Martha B. broke the record for proposition held at Gallatin, Teno., ean uu wim impunity since it nas ,. Cpm.tniivr:lf!i. a pacing at Wichita by resulted in a vote of 321 for water to prospect of a reduction in the wai- - DO Mend and is not influential atcourt. second, doing a half mile in 1:04 at 17 against it. revenue for a long time, notwlthstand- - II ls a miserable M oat, but con- Wichita. Milt Green was held at London withing the sales ot 8200.000,000 of bonds. demned incompetent, like drowning C. S. Newman, of Hanover, Pa., out bull for the killing of Jim Mulllns, WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. Of emirsft nnt. thorp nv m.inv inha tn men sometimes catch lit straws. bought in Montgomery county last another Negro, at East Berustadt. be worked yet and many to be paid for week, 70 weanling and yearling mules Dr. W. E. Fowlkes, one of Owens-boroPOLITICAL POINTS, their political services in 189(1. McKin-le- y at from S25 to 840. Full Course of tudy in Literature, s'cience, Miuio, Ar,t and (.locution, under c i! leading physicians, died Sunday. claims to bo a good Methodist, but There have been seven Secretaries tureu ami experienced teachers The Abbott trotted tho Louisville :, i",::-.-: pedal attention Riven to Primary nu I Preparatory Olnsses good Methodists like himself, who pay of State in six years. stock tract Saturday in 2:07. He promises CoHw and ijet n copy of our New nutlogue, or writ for one to MIN. their, debts with other people's money, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn will speak at to carry everything before him at the N Ml, S. S UTLKY, Lndy Principal. Mnnfotd, Ky. generally land in hades, or the Bible is Lebanon, Oct. 1, at Williamsburg, Oct. trots there this week. Mllllti-erMock oiTer a lot of cunninjrly devised fables. 17, and at Somerset, Oct. 21. Carter & Straub have sold several Wewhich very - of a Miiitll Hue of Hut.v. conltThe republican Congressional con- - hundred bushels of seed wheat at SI. ItlMxiii", VclvoK u ml other Trimmliirft. MONEY is no object with this n in the Seventh district has It is a very fine quality and was raised j Aily nt Taunur llro's store for furtlirr ii f ormiitloii miration, especially when favorites are .'been called to meet at Frankfort Oc-t- o by Hon. B. B. King. TAXNEH .t OAMPHKLI,. McKinney. K be rowarded. Somebody gets a good tober 12. Robert Dodds, of Wilmore, sold to Mr. Byrmm will not lead many gold Lexington parties a car load of seed divide doubtless out of that 312,000 a day paid for 120 days for the use of the democrats into the republican party, wheat at 77 cents a bushel, and a four American liners, which were con- - Men are not ulven to following a perof rye at 50 conts. verted into auxiliary cruisers and call- - son who is being propelled bp the toe C. Held tells us that the Gentry J. cd the St. Paul, St. Louis, Yale and ot a boot. Washington Post. Bros, delivered to John Embry at DanA, iifjeut of O. L. Ulclmrils, of New York, Harvard in the war with Spain. In The difficulty the President has met ville Friday 101 cattle, 1.505 average, I will sell ut imlillc unction at Otteiilieim. ' on ssATl'muY. OCT. 1. !'.$. tbo Hotel other words the owners get their ships in getting a commission to investigate at 5c, bought some time ago. Partilturo nnd Fixture ut Ottenlidm. Tho back and 81,475.000, which Is about all the conduct of the war by his depart- S. C. Stockdale, of Fleming county, Furniture U now mid In pixxl condition. Sulu Iwcltih nt 10 .. .v . Terms j ment officers ls not in they are worth. the nature of has nine ewes that raised 18 lambs WM. LANUQKAi. vote of confidence" by any means. Krlger, Ky, which averaged SI pounds each and .1. P. Chandler, Aucr. V have Fresh Goods Kvery Day nnd at The Lowest Prices. Wo A dispatch from Richmond says that The republicans are desperate over netted him the sum of 8S for caeh ewe. arc selling this week: M Davison will take the stump and advo- the Congressional situation. A loss of Josiah Anderson sold to S. MorgaD cate tho retention of all territory ac- 14 scats means a democratic majority 23 feeding cattle, averaging 1,000 quired by the war with Spain, sound In the House that would expose the pounds, at 3.80. They are to go from money, protection aud a modification weakness and corruption of the Oct. 1 to 15. of the civil service as at present admina d catKehoe Bros, sold 18 istered. Just think of the grey geld"Today all tbe trusts, all the monop tle at $5. W. B- Griffith was tho puring "tackling" such questions. It olies, every agency which ls bleeding chaser. This is tho highest paid in will bo better than a three-rin- g cir- - the country, ha9 taken refuge under tho county this year. Cynthiana cua. Even with a small admission fee ' ., , . uu... i.uu niiiji ui .i. icjjuuntau purtj , ue- - Democrat. buu , be could make money. LEXINGTON. cause they fear the democratic party, A. W. Carpenter, who attended the JOHN JRhea has challenged Dr. which has kicked them out." Gov. Shorthorn sale of O. H. Johnson, in TEN DAYS, Clark county,, says that 17 averaged Creel, his republican opponent for Pingree. That Washington story that Leo will 8100, the highest price being for a congress in the 3d district, for a joint debate and the republican party will bo sent to Cuba in chief command of an Wild'Eyea bull, 8180. The Winchester Sun reports sales of doubtless have an Injunction issued army of 50,000 regulars and volunteers, mules at S140: ltl hands against "Black Jack" in hisconterapla-te- d with Wheeler at the head of the cav- iinlrs nf And many other articles at the same rnte. too numerous to mention. alry forces, will do to tell to the mar- n. kl?f. J?", lnrnr voiifHntra fit. S''7 !tl ' cruelty to animals. Come and you will be suited. ines so long as the congressional cam- cattle of 1,375 pound average at4.ti0, 04 John Henry Wilson says he did paign is on. Louisville Times. and several lots of of 1,510 pounds at nofsay that exactly about the Goebel Tho Black men have now sprung fat hogs at 3J. bill being needed in the mountains, but charge that Col. Teddy Roosevelt is Lancastek Count. A big crowd 110,000 Futurity, Oct. 4. O rent 2:03 Trot, Oct. 5, WT; something exactly like it. At least his inelglble for Governor of New York, attended Lancaster court yesterday, " J5.000 Transylvania. Oct. U, card of explanation in the Courier-Journ- al having sworu to a residence in n but the cattle market was off. . Hardly Great 2:04 Pace, Oct. !. seems to explain that way. iUlOOO Cup Stake, Oct. 1J, when assuming tho office of of the 800 cattle changed f4,000 Ahliland .stake, Oct. 12 Assistant Secretary of tho Navy, but hands and 4c was the best price realizOther Famous Stakes Daily. It Is published that Attorney General Te3dy seems to have too much of a ed young steers bringing that figure. Taylor will speak for Davison at Rich- buldge to be knocked out now. Heifers sold at 3 to 3Jc and butcher j Racing. mond next Monday. The gray gelding A The official vote in tho London dis CitlitT ) a 'ts liumatt nt tnilli rtj J. W. ROUT, Manager. had better leave him alone, for like trlct to nominate a republican candi- sold at 815 to $10, but S20 was the nil- - 'Faui08 Band. himself, he never opens his mouth date for circuit judge was H. C. Ever-sd-Main Street, Interior Journal ilulltling, Stanford, Ky. Half tare on KailroatU ins price. without putting his foot in it. 8,5S5; John H. Wilson, 2,013, and C. 6. Brent & Cro. bought GO,000'P, P. Jonvsro.v.Pres II W. Wn.sj.v,Sec. THE INTERIOR JOURNALUr T Botkin, who was assistant W. L. Brown, AND STILL THE! GOME - Great Disso- - ; u tion Sale, i I HAMMERED PRICES. 1 1 hapuy-go-luc- ky f Great : Sale ! j ' 1 f! to-lS- Anglo-Egyptia- -- .- - h, The Louisville Store. $? . I A 1,400-poun- d A. C.SINM, (STANFORD, - water-work- W 7 .,.. two-year-o- ld 1 j Stanford Female College. 's Next Session Will Open September 5th. Etra? 1 m :.-:.- r f admin-jventio- C Watch The cat-loa- d j Hotel Furniture And Fixtures. Cti-.l- i BL.UG ' GR$$ $C0R6 This Week. KENTUCKY'S 1020-poun- - GREAT TROTS $2. Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. Best Patent Flour,' per 100, 17 lbs. " 1 Be&t Iri-h.i- 1 ". 4 TO 15 " Straight Flour, $1.80. Good Family Flour, $1.60. 'tvJ n. $75,000 Purse Good Goods Lower Than Anybody Is The Way We Sell Em. Wash-Ingto- one-thir- d Blue Grass Grocery. World's Greatest Uellestodt-IJallenbur- o, I .i wMviiSSL'. I &" -- " ....?.. , jfc.Yv.. &$;4 m S' '? v; ' '' . VH -- m r -- ' ' - t' " V 3 NEW W. FTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ? I ': If Adam Fore Get first pick of our winter lap AT LEIlANON.-,T- ho paugh it Soils Bros, groat aggregation robes. B. K. Wcaren & Son. which will exhibit at Lebanon, Out. 14, U it eat excltemqnt over the new mil- - is the biggest thing on wheels. Inery at J. P. Joae s', There will be a lawn party at Dr. ONE faro each day till the "JOth on Herring's Having Juit returned from the city where we spent several days in making our fall Lancaster, Friday night the L. N. on account of tho Trotting for tho benefit of the Baptist churclf. purohnse of Dry goods, Notions, llnt, Boots. .Shoes &c. we bought some lines of goods very low and wo propose to give our cmtomeri the benetlt of low prices. Wo races at Louisville. Ices and cake will bo served. Admis- are prepared to show you a M. Logan. G. C. Kbllkh, Big millinery opening sion 2."c, children l.'c. Tub best Is nevor too good for pre the Cincinnati Jit., Is traveling for Stahthno. Oct. ip.h and & at J. P. Jones "th. Keep S22.C00. ecrlptlon work. That Is tho reuon wo President S. II. Shanks and It in mind, it will pay you. uso the best poods only. Penny.'s Drug Belt Co., now. Cashier J. B. Owsley have been busy Store. Mas. GnoiiOIA Bici!, of Mt. Vernon, $22,.j00 por- - for the last two days signing up Of Merchandise, which will be bold for pot cash or produce, nnd cash buyers will is visiting hor sitter, Miss Alza Logan . New furniture, carpets, rugs, In io bills, the amount of circulation hnd it to their interest to call and c3 making their fall 114 and get our prices before tierce, luce curtains, oil cloth and PERSONAL ANDSOCIETYMSSIP. Brown, at tho college. tho Lincoln County National i at pres purchase. t mattings at W. W. Withers'. .... U. ...... .. Mlt. W. E. PliltlClNS, of Crab Orch ...!., ..111.. ent allowod. Ml!i n it r.. II. IMAIIS IB in L.uumiui Crab Orchard, Ivy. ard, has returned from the cities with Ot'it cost sale continues and goods M. O. WiSKituv wai sick sev- 1'itor. Broke ii&it Arm. Mrs. J. C. Hays dead loads of goodi. Seo ad. arc going fast. Come now if you want oral tluys lust week. hung her foot on a Might of steps at her Miss JussikQjokkIs buck from a MISS Maky COWEN was to pass bargains. ' Everything at cot for cah. homo Saturday and fell, breaking Junction City last night en routo to Mark Hardin. vUll to relatives nt HustonvlHc. one of the bones of her- right arm, of Itlch- - Columbia, Tout)., where she will teach Mts Nannihtr Hbatii, Foil KENT. Hanging Fork Linn of besides otherwise bruising her. Dr. music In a college there. mon.1, Is visiting Mr- - A. II. Severance. 00 acres, in corn and wheat. Seo G. L. Carpenter set the bone and she is getGiliu:ktGhinsti:au la down from Ma. Basil Guest, who represents Carter near the place or address T. M. ting nlong nicely. the Arbucklo Collee Co.. was horo yesRichmond to 800 liio folk- boforo they terday, taking orders. Ho had just White, Corbin. Ma. J. A. DUDDERAB has rented leave. Col. II. M. Johnton, n distinguished rclurnud from a visit to tho company's GlLHEitT. Hon. G. G. Gilbert will Du'dderar's Dlx Illver Mill to John H. make four speeches In this county, be- Potts, of Garrard county, who took' Southern lawyer, died nt Baltimore, olllco In Now York. 'Advices from Port Stanley, Falk- ginning abou tOct.-Ot- ti. Mr. Dudderar aged 70. CrabOrchnrd, possession Monday. Mils. A. A. Wai:iu:s and Mls Vir- land Islands, say that Consul J. II. Huslonvllle, and KingsviUc aro on his will give hlafarm his entire attention. Just now we ate making great preparation for our opening, which we expect He asks his old friends to patronize shortly to announce to you. To those who know the exquisite taste of Mrs. Kato ginia Warren spoilt Saturday hi Cin- Miller will sail today for New York list of places. and ought to arrive home about the . his successor. cinnati. Dudderar we hnve only to say that she has full and complete charge in this departWe have placed all the accounts of Miss Emily DunonitAit Is back from 10th of October. The local pajwrs with speak In high praUe of him. tho old firm of Severance it Son The First National Bank of Fort ment. Mrs. Dudderar has been to the city, seen all the latest creations from artists, n protracted visit to friends In Adair W. A. Trlbble. Those 'knowing them- Scott, Kansas, which several years ago studied them well and hns selected her stock from the cream of tho market. We county. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. selves Indebted will please settle with robbed its shareholders of half their have already mnde up a number of rich and elegantly trimmed hats that plainly ndvoral Fhanic Holtclaw holdings, has reminded them of its show the work of art Watch for our opening, we will expect you. him. Martha F. Severance, Admx. days of last week In, tho mountains Machine oil, all prices, at Craig fc existence by remitting checks for a 2 fcUinvr hay. Hookers'. SOLD OUT. T. II. Wright has sold per cent, dividend, which was declared Mits. W. T. SMITH and MUs HUic MEIMTEIUlANEAN seed wheat for sale to his competitor, George B. Pruitt, two months ago. Our people long ago i'eyton aro vUltlng Mr-t- . J. M. Slbold, his house and lot and livery outfit at have ceased to put their trust In Wes at Carter Straub's mill. in Lexington. . Mr. W. is undecided as to tern banks and bankers nnd have reMil and Mits. J. B. CAitTr.n, of John P. Jones U In tho city buying what he will do, butlt is hoped he will signedly decided to be butistled to give Our first importation in Woolen Fabrics, sold beyond our greatest expectation. At( Cartornvllle, Garrard county, were dead loads of new dress goods. Don't not leave tho county. up evervthlng,if they will permit them tlrst we were inclined to ho "doubting Thomas" about the sale of tine dres goods, hut Saturday. here r buy until you see thorn. now we realize we havo but to buy what tho people want and all is well. Wo expect Mlt. S. M. ALLKN', of MBlersbnrg, Charles Emhry, Negro, was arrest- to escape with their lives. THE propeet for theatricals here ed at Crab Orchard and lodged In jail was here n train Sunday to see his prot-t- y Two. The Superintendent of Pub- another lot of Broad Cloths, Coverts, Crepons, Silk and Woolen Novelties, Plaid and Is very dull. Not a single here yesterday as a suspected felon. He lic Instruction holds that each district Striped Silks for Waists, Ac. Don't go elsewhere. thU soat-oWe will he able to supply nil sweetheart. wrltOs US to troupe Is regularly booked till after sold a cow for S'" and gavo such a dis- is entitled to elect two trustees at your wants. Mlt. MlTCHKLLTAYLOIt connected account of himself when tho coming election aud that tho one change his paper from Grand! n, X. D., Chrlktmas. questioned, that it Is certain unit no elected for the current term, which to Mlddlcburc. Sl'ITS GaloiiK. Mark Hardin tells IIOiM'KU and little Mirs stole her. began July first of this year, and Mas. B Ub that Mulcahy, who had bis samples which will end Juno .'10, 1001, may Viola Lojran. of LonUvlllo, nro visltiotr In his rtore, got .12 orders for suit-- , 1 ... ml II ft r.:vi iu. t. uu.N l.ltmlAVI uit wit: cuuvuvvu, qualify at once In lieu of the trustee Mr, Kd Carter. for coat and ve-- and 10 for pantaloons. progressive Negroos of Kentucky will FKLIX B. TWIDWT.LL, has boun mode J tlw. ill Uint who now occupies tho position, wheth l. 1...1.1 Im T Sllt.l.l11rk fV Pretty good work for three days. police Judge of Flusionvllle, vice L. II. plans by which jcr by holdlhcbver or by virtue of an is will of which to formulate Hon. James B. McCheahy Adams resigned. Negro rights aro to be protected. Hev. appointment; while r.he other must Mlt. A. T. Xi'NNKLLKY, known far speak hore county court day, Oct. 10th, qualify on or before the first day of G. W. Boiling and Dr. W. D. Tardif and wide a the Texas druinmor, Is nt In behalf of the democratic ticket. next June forHhe term beginning July the delegates from here. 1, ISDilj and ending three year later. This announcement will Iks sudlclont to arc homo for a few days. . Alcorn, tho Mits. F. V. Ciiasi!, of LouUvlllo, draw a crowd from every jortl(n of the $4,000. OFfl Martin Mt. Moriail If you want to buy a Buys as ma- county. has succeeded Mrs. Battle blind Negro pensioner, Is always get- church now is your time. Sealed bit's tron at the Myers Houfeo. ting into trouble and having to give SOUTH HOUND freight No. 3. broke will be received at Ewell by A. A. Gi:i:it has rented one of Mrs. up some of that ?72 a month pension. "PfT" In two and raT together at New Haven Baslin. John Jerkcy and John Spiers Woodlo lime's oottatrcs on East Main He has just been made defendant In Friday night, demolishing seven empty for the old building to bo torn down Our first shipment of Xcw Dress Goods is in Street nod will movo this week. two slander suits, one by Joseph Powell and tearing up the track nearly nnd removed. Tho old church was MISS Ct)ltA H.VMITO.S' found and re cars and another by Diana Powell, each for and on display. Come and see our Xcw Black :!00 feet. No. 2i, the Southbound pas- built In lvS3S and Elder Martin Breachturned to thli oillee the lost hundker-chie- f $2,000, and they are going to fight them sencor, was delayed five hours. ed the first sermon in it. He has Crepons, "Velours, Serges, Henriettas, Poplins, advertised a few U?uo ago. I to a finish. mm preached there regularly once a month W. V. r'1'.S.v, lately with the C. H. Melrose, etc. Xcw Covert Mixtures in all the THE Secretary and Business ManaTHE republicans have already begun for 10 years and Sunday preached the & I). It. It , is ucaln a truvollngpucsen-tje- r ger, Anderson Cnrr, tells us that the tho organization of clubs in tho various last sermon in it prior to being torn new shades at 50q to 90c. Beautiful line of line ajrent for tho Q. t C Advocate. propels of a splendid show of stock precincts in the county and the nightly down. This is quite a remarkable reSomMlt. and Mits. C. T. Wahu of Suitings in patterns only.. "We can please you at the colored fair, which begin- Friday erset, are vUltlng , Mr?. Julia Ware and liibtK two days, are very Mattering. seances will commence in a short while. cord, but Bro. Owens, who will continin price as we .have them at 25c to $100. Davison will raise Heaven and earth, ue to preach in the new church, isqulte after an extended trlpthrouirh Canada'. Ho aUo expects on Immense crowd. so to speak, to carry Lincoln this time, an active man nnd may hold forth 40 Mits. M.MtTHA Skvkuanck rclurnud Xew Fur Collarettes just opened at 51.75 to wlil be a case of lovo's labor years more, we nope soat any rate. e with Sam Wulton Soverancc to pretty but his Bosks. Miss Mary Ellen, the $30. .yesterday and will remain eomo llltlu daughter of Mr. Jnmos Dudderar, lost. Hon. G. G. Gilbert will carry Itev. Fred Grider, of the Methodist every county in the district except time.' brought us a bunch of roses Saturday Itockcastle and he has flighting chance church, and the Itev. II. L. McMurray, MHS. Bl'SSULL DlLLION'nnd family, from a bush ." feet It inches tall, which of tho Baptist church, are to show how of I.lvluiMon, cpent several days at' has 7"i buds and full bloom roses on it. for that heretofore republican stronglittle they know of the subjects aud hold. Mr, J. II. Tucker's, in the Maywood The variety is the Maria Deutcher and help the devil that much by debating, section. is very fragrant. Tho bush is Id years THE 810,000 of Lincoln county 5 per at Borea, beginning Oct. IS the ques Kijitok W. I). JOHNSON, of the old. of auctioned by tions: "Is sprinkling a Bible-mad- e bonds cent, paid us a oall Friday. Saturday afternoon nnd baptlsin'r" "Are missionary Baptists Judge Bailey Dlt. GOLDSTEIN COMIN'U. Dr. GoldHo cecured a good lot of Mibsorlbor brought a premium of 2o4.20, which churches the only true churches on whllo here. stein, ho eminent optician of Louis- amount the bidders say they would earth?" MISS Ll'C'lLLK COOl'Ell helps lior ville, will be at the Myers House, Miss Louise King, who left Coney havo doubled but for tho option clause father rocortl deeds Jn the clerk's Thursday. Oct. 0th. Ono day only. If of payment in live years. Local bid- Island in a bathing suit two weeks ago, ottlce, when tdio Is not at school and your oyos are troubling you, now Is tho ders wero not in it a little bit, as the since which time she hn'd not been time to correct them with properly does it very nlcoly. first bids staggered them. J. II. Sow-de- r heard of, returned to her father's in Mas. Bbttik Hastin,. , of Lowjs adjusted glasses. Delay is both costly for a Chicago firm and J. W. Boss New York Saturday as tho bride of S. county, Toon., who hns boa: vlsltlpg and dangerous. for Brlggs, Smith' it Co., Cincinnati, L. Chamberlain. For awhile It was Mr. A. A. Bastln and other relatives, Farm Sold. Mr. Samuel J. Embry wero 'the contending bidders. Mr. thought that she was drowned. returned hotnu yesterday. The treasury department is preparbought of William Perkins Saturday Sowder got the first J2.000 at $.", premMlt. HoitACic BltowN. of Seattle, and Boss the ing to ship 300 tons of silver from the farm on tho Lancaster pike ium on ouch bond of?2'S0 Wash., who with his wife U at Crab the Barrow ttfj acres containing at ?U. Mr. Per- rent nt some as high as S2J7.JO. As Mr. Philadelphia to the San Francisco iliint Orchnrd Springs, was down Sattpdaj; kins will move to Crab Orchard and Sowder's firm dl'd not want as small by fust freight. the guest of Hon. Harvoy Helm.' It Is said that the 4th Kentucky will 1, 1 Mr. Embry will rent the farm out, amount us he got, he closed thorn out Mlt. AND MltS. ItOIIUItT.McALISTKK, go to Cuba about Oct. loth. reserving the famous Barrow's pond to Hoes, who thus got the whole of Jessamino, nro gauds of Mr. J. H. There are 168,000 Insane persons in which we hear ho will stock with fish. McMUter and wife. , Mr. McA. has the United States. THE occasion of the laying of the been In bad health, but is much "Don't lot Mary Gilpin and Elwood corner stone of the Colored Public Collins marry. They skipped from School building, on Waterworks BouleMas. T. D. Lincoln nnd pretty in a buggy." Thus rend a dispatch vard, will be made memorable In suitadauchter, May Adams, of Louisville, here Marshal Newland from J. C. GHpln ble exercises. It will occur at 2:110 wero on Friday's train on route to to i. A Jersey Cow. with durk fiiee. Some ut Somerset Sunday. The marshal kept M. Sunday, Oct. , under the auspices wurts on te.iu. I'lndui will rocevlve a Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Grays to visit reward lij tvturntng or Information his weather eye sorter open, but failed of J.C ELY. Nlcld, the U. 43. F. and S. N. T.: tho G. U. loading to her recovery. gamo. Mr. Collins evidently Caldwell C'ollegi, Drnvllle. Ky. It B. 1'OItTMAN,, of the (Uh to see tho O. of Odd Fellows; tho Household of Winfiiku his business and evaded towns r Volunteers, who used to bg called knew telegniphlc olllces. Buth;thoG.A. R; Circle of Gallllee up with "Pig" before ho became a soldier,"! Fishermen and Knights of Honor. 9 from Chlekumuuga toTeo his parents, Harry Giovannoli, of the Danville BoV. J. E. Wood, of Danville, assisted Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Porttnun. Advocate, is receiving congratulations by tho resident ministers, will conduct McBOHRItTS, of Danville, Is the from his newspaper brethren all over the religious exercises. Tho music will MISS d. As Executor of tho lust will of A. O. guest of Mrs. Evans, of High Oaks. tho State over his prospective marriago be furnished by a choir of U0 voices and deceased, I will on suitable accommodations will bo arShe drovo through tho country Friday to a Danville beauty, Miss Currle in a very handsome trap which is being St. Paul or some other confirmed ranged on tho grounds for all who Thursday, Sept. 29, 1898, much udmlrcd as it appears on the old bachelor is said to have said that attend. Dr. Tardif will bo principal of At his Into residence., three milet from Grab Orchnrd nnd seven from Stanford, near the streets hore. Lexington Lendor. "They that marry do well, but they the school and James Carpontor, Ed- Crab Orchard and Stanford turnpike, at tho L. & N. The Burton boys, who hnve all been that marry not do better," but such mund Simpson and W. F. Adkins nro Cedar Creek Station, on tho following It. It., propAt Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. Sec Us Beforo You Buy. sell to tho highest bidder a visit to their father, Mr. Wm. chad didn't fool Harrlgee. Ho has the trustees. on erty, Burton, departed Friday. George M. lived long enough dingle to know that Last week, Mr. John Bright propos- 6 Milk Cows, .1 Old went to Povior, in Muhlenburg county, any chnngo must be for the bolter and ed that wo give him $5 for every correct Heifer. I Family Horse. where Glvens, uasttn cc uo. nave open- - winning tho churmlng girl ho hns ha weather prediction ho made till Jan. 1, Ono steer, young bull, 4 steers ed a coal mlpe; Joseph P. roturned to will renlizc fully the truth of Prov. the inference being that ho would pay and 2 heifer culvct. I horse. dispatcher's otttcc nt Montgomery, 111:12. tho aged work inulo. us a Hko'suiu if he fulled to hit centre. brood mare. S mulo colt-.' Ala., and Willlatn G. to tho medicul 10 sho'its, I wheat drill, old I ;edne6duy lust ho said with much ttprlng tooth mnle. re A Man vjtua History. Such a cultivator, 1 seeder, department of tho'Unlver<y t)f Nush-villtalking W corn planter, combined reaper and nmu is G. W. Fagan, depot agent ut show of "1 know what I nra seswhere, he will gradunto this wngon, plows mower. 2 bngglis, Pine Hill, who was hero Friday. When about" that wo should ndviso our and nil other funning Implement umm! on a ' sion. P (100 sailed for friends, who would bo away over Sun farm. Set blacksmith and O THAT delightful little beauty, Miss. Lopez aqd his famous 10 stacks of hay, CO bushel a . Cardenas, Cuba, lnlS.10, ho was among day to tako their overcoats with them, Bronaugh Engleraan Is enter-m Annie B oi a cold wave ...... 1,1 ..,i oi wncni, !U shocks mo (lIU, h iiiiu luuuur. i a w, nUo j,,ia.0 0 talnlng a charming house party at the number, of whom but seven now Implying that u , ..UIllj uiitnnl rlinli. he, the youngest at U7. Ills u,u .,,,, u...w.v.. ,....... ' Llnnletttt Sprlugs, consisting of Misses survive, u wm. r n..,i xuiiti Is an by that day. Everybody, on the strength fV;jll. 3 a . Belle Fish, of Nleholasville; Catherine story of the famous expedition Land. 25 acres of this 1 of Greensburg, interesting ono and sounds more like of It, took their overcoats with them No. and Bright Einmort, meadow and oi having to u&o taom land N to cultivate, ft acres InTenant house Lopez n Ind.;lteba Dunwoody, of Pine BlutV, romance than neuial occurrence.expedi- and Instead tho balance l.t the day abusing tho weather of two room on tho farm. filllbustorlng spent C? Woodo sisters and Annie mndo two other Ark.; the i In TtuiMs: All sums of $y and under. lit) prophet for putting them to tho trouble. Evuns Bright, of this cdunty, and. a tions to Cuba, tho last in 151, whon fall and hand; over 10 tlneo months' tlmo without was captured and garroted, his body It was tho hottest day of the interest, with good security. c. prettier crowd Is rarely seen, iieaux s Salu will begin at 0::w sharp. being treated to, every in- us Mr: B. has not shown up siuco wo ' como from far and wide and tho happy afterwards NEWLANl). Executor. II. to liquidate tho by tho revengeful oco-pi- fear ho doesnVlntond ,, 1 , party tell us that. they aro, having a dignity possibio " J. P. CiiASOLKit, Auctioneer. indebtedness;-!'Mlt. J. P. JoNn3 is in Cincinnati again adding to his stock of dry goods. Mihsks Jane and Mattib Walickii, of Gurrard, aro with Mrs. J. C. Hays. Mas. Stanford. Ky., -- Skit. 27, iSg'8 I brother, Pattii: Denny Is vlsttlmr hor Gcorgo Given?, at Pittsburg. Miss Elizaiihth Dknny went up to E. C. Waltos, Uuut.vias Manaolt.. Mtddlusboro yesterday to visit Mrs. S. Leather-Suspend- GOODS I er 8PJLENDID ILIMJfi E. PERKINS, T - JDlllnery Opening ,V. Dress Goods. Mop-laud- JOHN P. JONES. v8B9?SS5&$ ft & 1 St ! t 1 newdressgoods n V: m C,l 'J - Loul-vill- h 'r ;J ,!! SEVERANCE ft SOWS. 4 lft-ve- e a 'mmmwmiwmmmmmimmmmmmi For CflS Only I $10,-00- 0. d. LOST Beginning' Sep. will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. lt-nblc U.-S,- m Executor's Sale Renting. and Now-lan- LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, Kin-nalr- d. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, St to-w- it: 3-Ye- ar B. K. WEAREN SON. r i i 1 1 , 1 1 e, 1 1 1 tlrst-cln- ss I ,. ivwn nr 1 niuo-Grn- -. Klue-Cir- a. cn-.I- e. glorious uiuv, ffi x k' j . jb. JA.f-.1- Btj .&. t1. VJ ''H.-fJ- i- at, -.. - . !,A ". V ft' 1 .';, ' - fc. : - 1 J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. A A I.cnillhR Pnssenper fnro on tho new Conpo railroad is .'Ml cents per mile. The Bank of England has increased its rate of discount from 2i per cent, to AT 3 por coat. 82 I'JCU YKAH IX ADVANCE Storms in the Baltic sea overturned many fishing1 craft and 120 fishermen oraldSJ.GO wHe charged wore drowned. Gov. Bradley issued a proclamation warning: the sports not to pull oil the Corbett-MeCo- y fight in this State. n explosion of KENTUCKY CENTRAL No. 8 No s" No. 21 No. Itt fire-dam- p in a mine DIVISION. Arrrlvesnt Stanford at 1:03 a. a. Leaves Stanford at - J: J" A. m. Arrlicsat ltowlandat 12:w r.A. 10 leaves Stanford at KNQXVILLE DIVISION. near Brownsville, Pa., entombed nearly fiO miners, and several were killed. Joseph Terrell, colored, was hanged at Charlottsvslle, Va for the murder Malinda Brown. of his mother-in-laSeventy-fiv- e insurance companies were indicted at Frankfort, charged with being a trust, also with conspir$ Ho. 24 Train going North .......... " No. 2 " outb No 23 " ' NoIS3 " '' - p in .. 2 Jl a m ,.12 4Hnm ,. I 21 p in ,.12 S acy. colored barber was brought before a New York Judge for biting off the nose of Oabe Johnsing, another negro, In a fight the night before. "Are you guilty or not guilty?" n&ked the judg. "Doss, 1'se plum inncrcent, I Is. Ef you Is gwlne to nx questions, jess ax dat yaller moke whut he wuzdoln' wid his nose in my mouf nt two o'clock In de ma vnln" Tammany Times. Wit June Win Multtteil. "You may not believe It," remarked Jones, "Jmt I never in my life heard joke." a mother-in-laA chorus of exclamation points, question marks, asterisks aud dashes greeted this sensational declaration. "No," continued Jones, when the excitement had subsided, "none of the mothers-in-laI ever knew seemed to possess a sufficient sense of humor to do any Joking." X Y. Weekly. jw w Question.' BREAD, POTATOES and MILK. A Dyspeptics daily diet. Dyspepsia Is one of the most prevalent of diseases. Tyliouam' of people suffer from It in a more or less aggravated form, l'cw diseases are more painful to the Individual or more far reaching in their effects on human life aud happiness. What the needs is not local treatment, not mere temporary atlmulus. The real need is the toning up of the entire system, the system aud it wilt do its own fitrhl-inand promptly eject any intruding disease. The success of Dr. Ayer's Sarsa- parilla in curing indigestion and dyspep-sl- a is due to Just this quality which It possesses, of renewing the vital force. repairing the waste :nnd loss of the body. The ordinary treatment brings the food down to the level of the weak sromnch Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparllla nuts strength luio the stomach, and brings It tin to the level of the strong food fit for men. It doe thlirt by strengthening the entire svstcm. The stomach cannot stay weak w'hen all the other organs are gaining strength. What Dr, Aycrs Sarsaparllla will do for dyspep. slats licit illustrated In cases like that of M.S. Shields, Meridian, Miss. Mr. Shields hid got down to the last level of dyspepsia. But let him tell his own story t For years, I was afflicted with dyspepsia which gradually grew worse until I could eat uothlug but bread aud potatoes dys-pept- ic Lexington under the habitual crime act. Ho had served two other terras In the pen. QUEEN & CRESCENT. An Ovvensboro tobacco dealer with liabilities of $30,000 and assets of but as follows: Trains pass Junction City 4 11 P in $23 has tuken the benefit of the bankRa. 1 South .....12 02 p in No. 2 North .3 41 a ra II No. 8 " ain " I ' 1 31 p ra ruptcy law. 1118am "6 No. 5 " 6 00am 8 05 p ra John Guest has filed suit at Owens-bor- o "10 " Ho9 No. 1 docs not stop. No. 2 stops only for passen against his wife's sister, Miss ws from South of &omeret. t and 10 run no fun ther than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to bom Mollie Johnson, for 83,000 damages. erseU He charges her with severely beating Ryal snakes the food pare, wkolc sone and dsllciMU. , teaching Frankfort at 11:H Ewnwl.h "a ' tn4's23osieVii n. newton. a. o. p. a. they're robbed. Still each one must have a new gown. CHECKED TI1UOUGI1. o 1IAQRAUE Department has from Thoutjh the blinds (In front) were all down, The For anr Information enquire ol 300 to oOO applications daliy for post' So morn, noon and night, and between. They were working their sewing machine, JOE S. K1CE, Agent, tions In the postal service In Porto And thus when they laid him to rest. Stanford, Ky. Each woman was dressed In her best. Rico. Ally Slopor. Mme. Para Moret, a new circus star FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. A DAY OF HEJOICIMG. In Paris, lifts upon her shoulders'-anring a full grown C M a. m. and 3 r. m., Trains leave Frankfort atwill, Q. A C. and reach. carries around tho at Georgetown live Hon. Ben Hcrndon got a life sentence at As women all do when Post-olllcd For alllFalni. TICKETS SOLI). KO'JGII Moiirnlnic! According to tho report, of Building angel of death had been there, Inspector Tilford, there are 24,000 Tho Leaving mls'ry, tears and despair: houses la Louisville, valued at $42,500,-00- Ttaeyweptandtheywalled and they sobbed, 0. seasoned with a llttlfl K&tt, rind drink only a little milk. 1 became so bad that a trifle too much of even these caused terrible suffering In the regions of the stomach, dartlug pains bad of the eyes, attended with dullness and partial loss of .sight. Theonly way I could getrellef was by vomiting. I'lnaltI had such a severe attack that the entire left side of my body felt numb and partially paralysed, and In this condition. I was taken to my roomuncou-sciouThe physicians failed to help me, aud none of the many remedies I took did me any good. At last a friend presented me with a bottle of I)r Avcr's Sarsaparllla and before t had used naif of It, I could see a decided change for the better. I used three bottles and was so completely cured that for four years I have not been troubled with the old complaint, but am rugged and hearty aud able to cnt anything that can be eaten. It would be Impossible to say too much In praise of Dr. Ayer's Sarsana. tllla. and I would not give one bottle of It for a doxen of nuv other kind." M. 8. SiitEt.DS, Meridian, MUs. j s. Captured Sweetness. drnwi on with no sparing hand and the nsortmvnt ol or. dor: Iq Nature hai bueu our Perfumery department ein "field ex- b'.nctn thepcent of the woods, the They arc all triple nnd the garden. Trv Dr. Snrnnarllln II voit are dvspcptlc. If you want more testimony to the value of the mrillclnc, get Dr. Ayer's CurrUook It U acut free ou request by WIC tracts ninl very lasting. Our lino of Tol J CI . wvnii let Soaps is of excellent quality. Penny's Drug Store. NOTICE. Uuy your Wiuier's Supply of Coal ll.rnk A Trust Co.. located nt Stanford, In tho Statu of Kentucky. Is closing up Its nflnlrs. All creditors of said Hank tliurufort urn hereby notified to their clnltiisngiilnot said Hank for pay Tl.o pr-M- a Parmer 'tit BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange f tlH'llt. J. H.OWjSI.KV, Cashier ' 'I r Con!. him. Ed. Stepens, former town marshal of Midway, must serve 21 years for killing Jason Miller, the appellate J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. The Lincoln County National Hank, of Stanford. Kv., litis stiVceeded the. Partners Hank A Trust Co.. of Sttttiford. Ky and has assumed nil Its liabilities, nsstts and entire business. S. II. SHANKS, President J. II. OWSLKY, Cashier ; 6 U 5l. 1 El fcfV w .4 court afiirming the judgment against him. Minnie Hyatt, an attractive girl, was arrested in Louisville for stealing a j watch in Ellzabethtnwn. She confessed and said she took it to save her baby from starving. Seven masked men held up a Missouri Pacific train near Kansas City and blew up the safe In the express car. The hold-u- p is characterized as one of the boldest over known in that section POWDER of the country. Absolutely Pur Garrison Y. Shall, a convict In tho Connecticut State Prison, knows all of Shakespeare's plays by heart, having learned them during the past 14 years ROYAL BAKING POMB CO., KtW YORK. of his Imprisonment. Mrs. Alline Wakely, a Lexington woman, slashed Will Young, tho trotting horse trainer, with a buggy whip, MRS. U. D.SIMTS02J, Pror.. when he took Clem Breachy's part : Kentucky. when she accused him of trying to,i Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd HIrt with her. When Clayton Aubrey, of Fayette Porters table. Everything 89 county, came homo drunk Saturday meet all trains. night and attacked his' father after abusing his mother and sisters, tho A. S. PRICE, mi fjr '" ffl Our Motto: "The Best." We keep J. T. SUTTOKT, Kentucky HuitonviUe, Undortalcor, "tho best" line of "Why ain't you at school Aggy?" "Teacher give us holiday, 'cos she was golif to a funeral!" St. Paul's. to-da- y, Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, LOUISVILLE HOTEL o Alto "tho host" Paints. Oils. VnrnUlies, Lead, Colors and Stnlns. ritCSCItll'TIONS carefully compounded from "the best" drugs olitiiumble. Your patronage I always appreciated and It will bo our constant nlm to soil tuo bet" goods at reasonltble prices. Offers his services to the pnpl of Wnl Lincoln and Casey couutlrs, lull suxk ol offinsand Csk etssivaytoa nana. J I), j. Csrpruter. Msasgrr. ; mi& I , Mason Hotel first-clas- s. gol- d"Upon her occidental bed l'LANA The day lies down to rest," he said. & She answered: "I'm catching cold." The Ladies Heelaurnnt is the flneM in -- X. T. Herald. the city. Every convenience fur ladies spending the day in the city. Nut a Possible Kent. Gentlunen's Cafe on olllce tloor. aoo-Acr- c Mrs. P. I told that girl just what to do and she hasn't done it at all. . All la Hlup'OraMta part of the Old (irrnlrry THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. llright drm .oplentlld land well watered. Two Mr. P. I suppose your orders went In stork barn under construe I have bought u new HlnUell Clover Hul- - kir dwelling. Manager. iul one ear and out of the other. ler and will make It tu" your Interest to eo tlou. Kay terms, ttrvenltrry llrlglit, Music Tuostkiv, Thursday and Sunday ' i Mrs. P. Oh, no, indeed! Sho newr me bofore vou engage n huller. Eveniti". OltKENIIEItUV llltlOIIT. gets anything through her head as Stanford. Kj. Philadelphia Pullctin. easily as At Snnaet. The sun went down the sea burned red. The western sky was splashed with Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN -- CRAtC ' HOOKER. ij-in- m Attention, Farmers. 54-U Farm For Sale, that. I.ancaster, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky Offlco over McKoberts' Driii? Store Building. in thelJOwsley DR. P. W. CARTER, Illgglns Solicits a. nhart' of tho pntronugu of the enuclty. Ofllco over Dentist, Stanford, Ky. & McKlnney's Store. com- - 60 JC ISA n PVi JAvJVWspVA A A r I And Dealer in HAB1T3SS, SADDLERY, STAXFOKD, KY. SsO. TAKE THE & I III III isH IIIIII sssl c)JwlaiastaBi-ri.miitiBiwyfa- " Tlie Popular Route to CHICAGO. Stunk J. Iteed, Q. P. A., Chicago. E. II. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville. Ky Iloivn. FARM FOR SALE, Good Minister I nm glad to find you IV) Aerw. well watered an.l in tiiiestaleuf WAIlltKN J M.V II, bear up so well under allliction, Mrs. Ar. Twoand hay iMdises, r.1 Uirus.I orcliinl HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & II (. MeCOIlMlOK. rn inis ean onUxight. Am tun iMu. A fit Agt TratU or addrw, J. t . De Trade. I did not hope to find you irtien t to uit iiuiilu-H- r SURGEON, Call IIMISNAU.O so cheerful after your husband's fail- MoC'LAKV, ftankrl, Ky Stanford, - - Kentucky. ure. Dc Trade All Ids property is in Mrs. Election On Bond Issue. Oflli'u over lilggliiH A M.'Klnney's Flore. my name. X 1. eekly. nld mnn hit. hltn !i nlln with nn nnl-' ! Two Vnn of 1'uttliiK It. To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. board that laid him out forever. Mr. n not,ifi Mlrandlli remarked hus-E- . The Mexican Veterans led by Gen. Kcggschoice. "that your first we will sell If not sold prlvtiteh Special Term Lincoln county nt auction on ATUtlA V.OCT. 1. 1M nt H. Hobson, showed their apprecia- -' band's clothes do not fit me." H. cal court held Tuesday, Aug. 11 ,. M. ou tliu preml-et tion of the services of Secretary Wil- "No, Cyrus," concluded Mrs. Neggs- SOS. Hon. Ja. ' lth. 1 present, with the P. Ilnilcy, Acres, Farm of 87 choice, with a little sigh. "You don't following bur R. Smith, of Lexington, by raising judpe, On Hanging Pork one mile from of tho Peace, present, a subscription to give him a badtre of fit them." Chicago Tribune Justices on tliu Stanford pike. It Is well W. A Cotley, W. D. Waliin, J. honor at the next meeting in Indian- Slnrltnl Clint. with liouc of eight rooms, nil the OF BROOKLYN. II. Haines and J. A. Singleton. outhouses, well watered with tic v. apolis. Mrs. Greynialr If I were? a man you motion was made, seconded anil car- - necessary A I arm In high stale or Mrs. Rainey Johnson, aged 30 years, wouldn't catch me staying nt homo in rted, all of the justices i. ...:.... ..,.,i 3 i culUvntton! All under good feuce. Sale Is of Logan county, arose from her bed, war times. : wi.ii nn election be anil the tame is for tll0 ,mr)0,0 in ti utlfactorv dlvWou. ," Mr. Greymnlr It is mighty seldom hereby called to ho held at the next regit-- 1 Write to any of the undersigned for furtlie r carefully dressed herself, saturated her Drye ninuiiiiucst stay at clothing with kerosene oil, applied a you do Encpilrer. home, anyhow. Cin- lar election in (0 daysLouiiiy, this date, to rpurueuiars or can on or uiiuress J. Co., 01 Scotland. at llustonvtllv. Ky. from not occur cinnati J. V. Hrve. Mrs. linker Tcrhuiiu and Mr. lighted match, and burned herself to a ovemuer, icdo, wit: On the Mh nay 01 KOUNDKD 1NOO. J. I Tiddler, Hradfordsvllle. Mrs. II. C. ot Quite Iteiuly. crisp from the knees to the shoulders. to, ascertain whether or not the legal vo40 "The boat is sluking!"lie cried. "Wo ters of Lincoln county are in favor of Hratlley. Hnrrodsburg. No cause is assigned. must take to the water!" empowering and authorizing the Fiscal Gen. Joe Wheeler will be in .com "Impossible!" she answered. "I have court of (.aid county to iue and ell not Lincoln County National Sank. mand of one of the divisions of Knights mislaid my oiled silk bathing cap and exceeding soo.OOO. tnouMind 6 KTANFor.H. KV conclave at my hntr would get all wet," Lulcngo dollars worth o'f bonds from lime to,t!u e ui iiic u'lenni; THKASntY DKl'AJtTMENT. ornri: or Tin: within the constitutional limitation) fjrj rittsburgOct. 11. Ever;y inch of ground Post. coMiTitOi.t.Kii or TiiecritiiK.nr. the purpose of purchasing and niaintain e along the Washington, I). V , August mh, IMiS, route has been te- I nf f.iiienln roiiiitv. . Wtin Too Ilnril for Her. . .. . It .. . iiiu nil' iiiiuwinv iv ' yu1t?aV. "' V'i'ctor.v evldoiu-t- . jir.;- cured for creccions of grand stands. It public, said C. "But can, you not learn to love me, frnpnf isll in the travcliiiB seated to tho uudiliit'd. It has be n made is estimated that there will be 200,000 Miss Knisely Isnbel?" liontU to bear utetest not to appear that -- Tho Lincoln County Napayab'ecemi-annii-alltional Hank of Stanford." In the city of persons to the mile viewing the parade. "I am afraid not, Mr. Greefe, I never per cent per onntitn, attucheii, to be in Stanford, In tho county of Lincoln jind The with coupons When Joseph Jones was returning could learn anything that demanded of not less than one hun- Stnto of Kentucky, has' compiled with all tho provisions tho the with his newly made bride from Hart- application." Brooklyn Life. dred, S100, dollnrs. nor more than one Suites, requiredofto ho Stntutet of with United bvfore thousand. 81,000, dollnrs, to run not more an association .shall Ik'coinp led ford, 20 young brutes seized the girl The .Natural Increase. authorized to Stanpord, Kv., Waggles 'He expects business to than 150 years aud to be redeemed within and dragging her into the 'bushes the lntsliits of lliinWIritv that time, at the pleasure of the court, Now, therefore, Oeorgi M. Collin, Deputv and took turns at assaulting her pick up as soou as tho war is over. than par value. and Acting Comptroller of the Curti'iiC), do Is Receiving his And and to be sold at not Jnggles What business, is he in? and holding her husband from Inthut "Th Lincoln Couuty The Sherill of Lincoln county is direct-e- hereby certify of Waggles .Manufacturing ,blcyclej National Stanford" In the City o'f Goods. terfering with their revoltltig.and lustto advertise said election nnd the ob- Man ford. Hank d men. Judge. In thu County of Lincoln nnd for GO days beforeful crime. Jones recognized Bomo of ject thereof, for at least State of Kentucky, N authorized to comIUkIiI)' Aecompllslied. hand in the Ixtkhiok Joun.swi., a news- mence the business of Hanking as provided Goods Warranted. tho raijn and warrants wpro issued. The in Stanford, Kv , and In Section fifty one bundled mid slvt nine "Docs your husband'speak more than paper published Fit Guaranteed. whole district is worked up to white also by printed hand-b- i Is posted up at of the Uevl-e- d rtutiitonof the Called statu-one language, Mrs. Parvcnue?" in each In tettnuinv whereof wltcevs my baud Give Him a Call. heat over tho atruir and swift punish "O. yes, he talks war, horse, baseball not lesa than four public plates ment will be meted out to the guilty. nnd bicycle, one just as well us the oth- voting precinct of Lincoln county, and at and tcnl of ollice this ninth day of August, the court house door in Stanford, Ky. lfttS. GKO. M. COITIN. Col. Joseph Henry, of Versailles, er." Detroit Free Prc&S. All legal voters of Lincoln county shall Deputy and Acting Comptroller of tho of Patrick Henry, who be nriviledsed to vote at said election. Currenev Cleaned Out. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' No. IT was believed to be dying Thursday, has Jones For awihle Jones was clean The name otlicers thai hold tho regutar this election, which hold election shall .......... OK STANFOItl), KV. rallied and passed the dauger line. out of his mind' nbout that girl. 1,1 nIWlfll ,1 ... A n vv II .... . uc ..1 .1 " snail in nil leyj'euio lin This remarkable old genius of So, says Smith And now? general election laws of thlsj with Jones Oh, now, the girl is clean out State, the at all the regular voting places! he began to revive when a friend of his aud Capital Stock S100.000. Surplus, $15,750 called in the morning and pleaded with of his mind. Dp to Date. in Lincoln county. f Attention of llii public Is ellrd to the f.ict that Tho question "are you in favor of issuTIIK him not to dio until after tho November 10 nd of a Itoiuniicc. this Is tliooulr National Ilantc In Stanford. Uning bonds for the purchase and" tnninte- -' der the provision ol tbe National ll.uiW Act 1TIHP election, as his vote might insure the "I wish I hadi never met her." o'flhl conn not only by tho capital stock, iU'toiltars 'S nance of the turnpiki roads "Why?" liutdytlio stockbolders' llatiilttr tor an amount election of a democratic congressman. ty free of toll to the traveling public" e.(ualtn tliiuiock so that dojiodturs of thli lustltu. "I asked her to write to me, nnd shall be priuted on tho ballot as provided The old man vows he will live .to cast by a fund ol tion are Fire sworn statements of tho eoudltlouot tbe llauk are wade PENETKATES one more Jacksonian vote, If h"e has to here's a letter of 10 pages." Chioago bv section 1150 of the Kentucky .Stntutev, each Tear to tbo Culled States liorvmiiieiit and lt lfccord. . The olllcers of the election are directed to are examined at stated go to tho polls on a stretcher. certify tho reetilt thereof as required by EIGHT aKeiils, GREAT STATES assets thus seiurlntcudJItloual times by gureruiuent and perlrct salol SiitTerL-d- . Ilosr lie Major I. P. Girardey, a Confederate todeioaltors. Thli liistltutlou orlclnallr eitabllilied as the Li. Wantcrno Did you suffer much in law. copy attest. Tennesson,- - Virginia, Georgia veteran, aged 70 years, is dead at Kentucky, A posit Hank of Stanford In 1S.18, then reorgatilrcd u North and' South Carolina, Clerk Gko. the National Hank ofStanlord In 1803 andaxaio Paducah. Ho was born in France und the war? Alabama, Mlalvlppt. Knnpsack Yes. Principally with Lincoln County Court. reoivaulzedastlie First National Hank of Stanford spent the principal portion of his life shooting pains. in Ibi'i, has bad practically an uninterrupted . Y. Evening Jour-ua- l. It now wttX Uttct at Augusta, Ga. The deceased was transacting Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Cars. erallyfor S3foryears.before isinbuilness supplied liouorabis tacilltles promptly aud libthan brer Its long and the Inventor of tho famous Girardey Lincoln county Fiscal court, which is career. Accounts of lndlrlduals, fiduciaries, Urtiir Ilia Poor 3Ieiuorr. made part of this notice, an election will fuse to explode shells. For bis invenHetwecn Louisville and tho South. acd lndlrlduaU solicited. Absent Minded Professor (In the beheld and pol s opened at all the regution he received $o0,000 for a DIHICTOKJ. h Well, well, now I have for- lar voting places in Lincoln county at F. nld, Lincoln Co.; J. W, llayden, Stanford interest prior to the close of tho war. bathtub) regular election, which will ho B. H. lUiigbuiin, gotten what I got In here for. tho next S.T. Harris, PAILV TRAINS J.S. Hocker, " T. P. Hill, His invention was successfully used in Fllegende Blnetter. in held Novembr 8, 1608, whiclv.cleetion, W, A. Tribble, W.l Walton " ' u the all respects, will be held in accordanco Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington J. 11 Colllr,Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. war. During the Not Often Encountered. general election laws of Ken- W.A. TtlltK.'.Q. P. A., M , D.EImors, btauford. with the past few years bo has resided in Pa"What is an anomnly?" tucky. Washluzton. D. O. orricias. ducah. General debility caused his d "A V. II. TAYLOE. A. G. P,A. man who think flySamuei. M Owens. Sherill', J ;S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberu. CaikU death. Louisville. Ky A.;a .;McKlaney,AnUtauiCabler. v Lincoln County paper is cruel' Chicago Record. Tiot Cnsli CHltlv-tl.m. dwi-lliu- c 1 IJ-I- DR. R. m. PH6LPS, "Big Four Route," '. M-- r FARM FOR SALE FIRE INSURANCE H i2 ! pmaNix Insurance Company J i Caledonian Insurance 111 ! R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. A r.n i fiftv-Iiv- c, v four-mil- l..i-..n!liurn.- iU . e.vix-eillii- s RUPLEY, "i ft y Merchant Tailor, Fall com-nion- cu le-s- s d one-legge- ViHter V . I great-grandso- n I -- I II ! 3. Souttiern Railway , ssi Nt J Through Sleeping exist-enc- e one-fift- tHREE Franco-Prussla- bald-heade- jyf .'Lj- ;nt X l.. mmimmm vhmvm u , ifimmlki, iiJi'Ji.t V --v-