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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898100401 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. " K- - vw X SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. DANVILLE, Y STANFORD. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE'. INTERIOR JOURNAL. EX. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1898. MATRIMONIAL NO. 61 CHURCH CHATTER. MATTERS. Judgo Sterling Toney, of Loutsvlllo, The wife of 'A. T. Rice died at RichTho Mormons now have h church Four women are claiming W .II. ciimo to Danvlllo Friday to enter his mond. i.,..u..?. , ,ui near Vnnoeburi?. m . iMndiion Waes Is tho nnmo of a new Harlan eon nt Contro College. Prohibition carried in Canada bv an husband. e. T ho elopement of Bob Salloo and county immense majority. J. B. Crane and Miss Mamie Hund to their Capt. S. S. Shuck, a Ballard was u n Miss Tho general secretary says the ley, of Boyle, eloped to JclTorsonvHlc of Lebanon, Is (lend, friends. The groom in 17 and the brido j worth League now has a strongth of nnd were ma'rried. 10. Win. Emory, of Lancaster, was kick- - JG2,72.. County Clerk Elliott, of Laurel, has Mla Gertrude Davis, who has been ed in the bowels by n horse and scr-- j Tho contribution box of St. Agnes Issued 123 marriage licenses since Jan. time, died iously In ured. III of consumption for some ClUholIc chH,.ch al UnIotnown WM ,.ob. J. All but five were to white people. Thursday morning. Funeral was held The Harrodsburg Opera House has ou(j 0f jg. Frank Marlowe, aged 17, and Julia at thu residence and burial in Bcllcvue ocon closet because tho insurance com- - r,111n.vliln ...., .i Swain, 15, were married at Central it Cemetery. panics raised the rate of Insurance on $2,000 to the battleship Kentucky's City In the presence of their parent9. Win. Brewer and Mr. Moe, of How- tt. silver service. Thomas Powell, of Ohio c6unty, Is Insurance adjuster ling Grcon, met the Mies Minnie May Humble, one of The Synod of Kentucky will convene wanted for beating his mother-in-la- w null accepted 7..0 as their lots on LebanonV best known young ladles, hore tho livery stable. It will bu repaired died after a long Illness of consump- at tho Second PresbWerlan church in unmercifully whiM) she came to live Danvlllo next Tuesday. with him. ami Improved at once. tion. The Louisville Presbyterian TheoWill Pierce and Miss Lettle RichThero are fcovoral cases of tjphold Lots lu Parkland, a suburb of Louis- logical Scmluary will reopen Wednes- ardson, of Estill, were married in a lover, but nil are Improving. Andrew ville, are lower oven than Mlddlesboro day, Forty-on- a students arc expected Richmond photograph gallery by Bright hu9 been very low for the pant dirt. Two sold for tnxos the other day to matriculate. Squire N. B. Turpin, who was in his week, but they feel encouraged about brought only 18 cents. There were 173 students at overalls. openhim today. Master 1'dwln t,ulscnborry The London Echo evidently thinking ing of tho Southern Baptist the Mr. George Hanim, editor, publisher Theologfell from his bicycle and was uncou that It Is better late thUn never, gives n ical Seminary last Saturday. Many and manugcr of the London Kcntuck-lan- , felons for tomctime. Ho is rcorted good write-u- p of tho fair held thoro more are expected. and Miss Mnry C. Leos were martoday. much bettor two or three weeks ago. Rampolla Is prominently ried last week and George Wheatley, of New Castle, The city council of Somerset has as tho successor of Leo XIII,mentioned souls made happythus are two more and the for the nonce at exjwctH to open a dry goods etorc in passed an ordinance fixing a One on thu Clemens building. Mr. O. Martlu, thorc who engage In "divides," 1. c. Pope has said that he would like to least. have his secretary succeed him. There are 3.221,101 unmarried womwho has been very ill of fever nt those who buy whisky lu Inrge quantiRev. T. II. Morris, who learned his en In tho United States, so when she Chlcknmauga, is convalescent and is ties and divide it out. trade as a printer In Eliabethtown, turns you down, young man, you now with Mr. Cao. Dr. E. M. Green Deputy Marshal V. T. Short, of was assigned to the Methodist church needn't hesitate for one brief moment was called to Lexington Friday to con Mt. Vernon took to Louisville Wil- there by the Louisville conference. In telling her that she Is not the only duct the funeral services of Mrs. Bart liam Owens, who was captured at u Rev. J. B. Crouch took occasion in plump dumpling In the pot. Denver lctt. She was the wife of Dr. Bartlett, still of which h had been loft in his pulpit Sunday to say that the min- Post. pastor of the 1st I'rc&bjterlau church charge by his employer. utes gotten out by this olllce for tho Mrs. Samuel Swartwood, wife of a had been in ill health for a year nnd Tim yrand jury indicted Steve Pro Tate's Creek Association nro the nicest railroad brukeman, residing at MounMrs. Joo II. Hocker nnd Mnstcr Hleh- - witt on charge of firing North side of tain Top, Pa., has becomo the mother nrd left for Kansas City Saturdny, nf lor Mt. Vernon nnd placed his bond at he bus seen, John Snelllng shot and killed Bacon of her 25th child. Of the large numu pleabant visit to friends and relatives. 1,000. He was arrested near Row- Bullln lu Franklin county, because the ber of children born, only two sets a few land and brought hore Mrs. Jacob Huguely and placed in latter objected to Suelling taking his were twins. The father says he is the In honor of MlssTlmbor-lake- , jail. -- Mt. frlciids at tea Vernon Slgnaf. own wife away from a sanctlflcation happiest man on earth with his large of Now York, tho guest of Mrs. A llttlo child of Robert Sutton, of meeting sho had been attending for family. Win. McAfpe. Hon. J. W. Ycrkcsnnd Woodbine, who was stricken with the several days. G. W. Davis got Mrs. Mary Hunt to wife are In Clnuinnatl. Lon Hudson typhoid fever some time ago, foil Into Tho Rev. ,Mr. Morrison, of Texas, elope with him to S',. Louis, where he lias entered SL Mary's College near a sleep about four weeks ngo, from Lebanon. Mrs. Fraukel and daughtor, which It Is with dllllculty aroused even who has just been found guilty of secured the il.OO that she had. He K)lsonlug his wife in order to marry a then gnvo her tho slip, went back to n Sarah, attended the to take nourishment. woman of wealth, preached his usual her home, got her marriage In Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bastlu, of Crab Orchnrd, hns evening sermon on the very night the and married her. Then the daughter old man G. I). Batterton have issued Invitations purchased tho controlling Interest in poison proved fatal. went to St. Louts and brought the old to the marrlngo of their dauirhtor,Mlbs the Lancastar aud Crub Orchard Tho baptismal fee In the Philippines fool home. Martha, to Dr. C. L. Bell, OcU 111. Miss Hue. Ho bought 10 shares at Is ?:!." aud the death fee is $(50 Robert Sallce, aged 17, and Lucille for uu Bohon recalled the Invitations $110. Tho lino does u good Lillian business for tho Junior Social Club Friday eve- and Is making money. Lancaster adult und $10 for an infant. A poll tax Ballard, aged 10, eloped to Jelllco, of $25 for each man and $15 for each Wednesday, and were married. Young ning on account of the death of Mirs Record. woman Is collected, and when a mau Sallce is a brother of Will Sallce, of Davis. Miss Annie McDowell has Mrs. Spencer, of Burglo, while walk- builds a house he must pay $10 for Danvlllo. Ills brido is n daughter of returned from Louisville. ing out In tho yard, fell In a sitting having tho chimney Mrs. Sallle Ballard, late of Paint blessed. position with tho force of her entire Dr. Rutherford E. Douglas, pastor of Lick, who lived a neighbor to the "hustonvilleT" . weight upon a sharp stick about 10 tho Presbyterian church Nicholas- - Sallees the llrst of tho year. AdvoFrank S. Lusk is at home from Cin- Inches long, which was driven Into Vllle, and Rev. .ciglur, of at Spearsville, cate. cinnati. J. Sidney Adams, of Capt. Y. her body. Surgeons extracted it and have just closed a protracted meeting CRAB ORCHARD. B. Penny's company, Is sending his say she will recover. at Curley's distillery, nine miles from GO days' furlough at home here. Dr. Tho oldest daughter of tho Rev. A Nlcholasville on the Kentucky Mrs. Bettte King will have her milriver. Hawkins Btowu Is sick again. W. Crawford, pastor of the Presby The peculiar linery opening, Oct. ft. feature of the meeting Dr. Hawkins Brown I good ut guess terian Paint Lick church, died of was, The Misses Douglas, of Maywood,are the scrvioos were held In the meal lug, HI. guors on the number of bnns diphtheria of tho mo-- malignant typo. room of with Mrs. Pnte King. Miss Henri Fish the distillery. In a jar at James Frye's store was .'1,001, Another child of tho same family Is The Bowling Green Courier tells of a ha, returned from a delightful visit to just one less than tho actual number, alarmingly ill of tha samcvdlsoaso, and meeting at Old Dolj's Creek church Miss Kella Arnold at .Lancaster loud and hu of course won thu handsome several more ea-are rcorted In the near thoro by Rev. B. D. Portor, of the In her praises of tho people of that cooking stove olTurud. neighborhood. Cumberland Presbyterian church, city, who know so well how to entertain bought of Lyon . W. D. Weatherford Senator John D. Harris had a eloto which lasted two weeks and resulted in visitors. & Allen a toppy bunch of heifers at from poisoning the other day. A 101 professions. A most interesting meeting closed nt A new C. P. church ttic. Dryo fc Allon sold to Dr. J. T. Nogro who had stoleu some money was organized on the Holmes school-hous- e Friday night the last day of tho Hawllngs a pair of New York horses from his wife put tly poison in his cof- meeting with 11 members, 32 by experi- conducted by Rovs. J. G. Livingston nt a fancy price. Doc. Dryo bought fee. He says he did not Intend to kill ence and nine by letter and recommen- and A. J. Daughorty. Bible truths were olght New York horses In Adair last him, but wanted to males him sick. dation. Only one young lady preferred presented In such force as to give tfio week. When ho found that the poison would pouring, the rest were put in tho river. listener something for sober rellection. LcoGrubbs, of the Kidds store sec- probably result fatally, ho told the There were 13 additions by Immersion tion, shot his pistol olT on the streuts cook what ho had done and then llod. WAR ECHOES. and several came for restoration. The Sunday afternoon nnd Marshal Arthur Prompt work saved the Senator's life. Hobson has recovored 10 guns fram most affecting sconce we ever witnessed Jones had to lire several times at him Tho Negio was captured was the baptism of old Mr. C. A.,Rcdd, baforu he arrested him. He got him Tho governor has boon informed by the wreck of tho Almlrantc Oquondo. who-- e head was silvered with age and Schools at Santiago do Cuba were though and Judge F. B. Twidwoll Circuit Judge Brown, of the Clay as led 0!nod yosterdav with attendance com- 6teps ertottering, of 13heyears his little sluppod a line of 310 and costs on him. county district, that soldier protection and both pulsory. will not bo iHMided nt tho trial of moin-bor- s wore immersed together. A church is There are 1S7 cases ot typhoid fever shortly THE COLORED FAIK. of the Bakor faction there next to be built there. in the division hospital at Lexington. Tho Colored Fair Friday and Satur- month. To satisfy himself further the The sick number 5S2. Mrs. W. C. Goad, wife of tho city day was successful, iiotwltstandlng the governor has written to several others, Albert Nlckeus, a corporal in tho 2d attorney of Scottsvllle, shot and serirain of tho llrst day. Tho rings were Including the shcrilT of tho county The Tennessee regiment, committed suicide ously wounded Mrs. R. V. Beazley, nil fairly well tilled and most of thorn Bakers still maintain that they will be at Nashville, because he did not want wife of a photographer there. Sho mobbed if not protect! by troops. were hotly contested. Tho women's suspected her husband of being too In tho full of Julia Johnson, of Lin- to return to his regiment. worlt rings on tho llrst day, and the The total number of battles fought Intimate with Mrs. Beaalcy. agricultural display were both good, coln, against tho Cincinnati Southern during tho American civil war reachTho Floyd Day Lumber company, of while the fowl display was unusually railroad, tho jury awarded her WOO, ed the astounding figure of 3,125. Tho Jackson county, closed a contract with interesting. The following are tho but tho court sei the vordlct aside on flirures arc taken from tho olllcial re- the Lake Erie and Western railroad names of some of tho blue lie winners: tho grounds that the sum allowed was cords, for 230.000 railroad tics, to be deliverJohn Huyden with V. A. Trlbble's excessive, and tho second trial will Tho First Regiment of Kentucky marc throe years old or over, cpmo up at the next term of the court. Volunteers, known as the Louisville ed bv next June. The contract price colt won: Marcollus Napier, of Casoy; marc Tho lady sued for 31,500 bocause the Legion, which Is now quartered at for the tics is $125,000. Four men arc dead and one dying as three years or under, Walllc Singleton; road, as she alleged, carried her somo Ponce, Puerto Rico, has been ordered tho result of a shooting In Cannon fauoy saddle mare, Marcollus Napier; distance beyond her destination, forc- home to bo mustered out. county, Tenn., at tho residence of and under two, ing her to walk back to the station and mare, Lexlngtoti is agitated over the re- James Holiingsworth, whose property pony, P. P. Manlni, undergo other hardships not contracted ports i hut Camp Hamilton is Will Leo: ph.i'ton to be was belug sold for debt, and who Is acBoyle; gelding, throe years and' over, for. Advocate. abandoned and the troops sent to a cused of the shooting. Joo Reed, with W. L. Evnns' horse; warmer climate, and every possible Old fashions In dress muybe revived, fIIOW TO PREVENT CROUP. combined horse, maro or gelding, effort will be made to retain tho troops. but no old fashloued medlclno can Wo have two children who are subCharlie Gash; walking horse, maro or Tho war department directs that sick replace Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera M. ject to attacks of croup. Whenover an gelding, John Cook, with Shcrlir S. and wounded soldiers granted furloughs ring, attack Is coming on my wife gives are entitled to $1 50 per day commuta and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by faney buggy Owens' walker; Charles Gash, Boyle; fancy lady bicy- them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tion and transportation whon traveling Craig & Hocker, Druggists, Stanford. Miss Luura Greenwood, 17, was cle rider, Miss Lutllla Glvcns, Mib and It always prevents the attack. I; to and from their homes to and from found In tho river nt Ashluud. She Martha Jones, second; inalo bicycle Is a household necessity in this county posts of duty. rider, Felix Rowe, Boyle; roadster aud no matter'what else we run out of, Olllclnl reports to the War Depart- was last seen with her sweetheart stallion, mnro or goldlng, Geo. Taylor, It would not do to bo without Chnmber-laln'- s ment put tho total American killed Thursday night. The jury's verdict Couch Remedy. Moro of tt is and died of battle wounds in Cuba, was that she had committed suicide. with Carroll Bailey's gray maro won, Dr. T. C. Collins, father of the late John Cook with Joo Embry's secotid. sold hero than of all other cough medi- Porto Rico und the Philippines at 347 May Colflns, tho free thinker, comGeneral Manager and Secretary An- cines combined. J. M. Nlckle, of less than 100 more than perished in derson Can thinks a good dividend will Nlcklo Bros., merchants, Nlcklevllle, tho destruction of the Maine. On our mitted suicide by drowning himself in Pa. For sale by Craig ft Hooker, side It was the most bloodless war a lond four miles from Paris. bo dcclnrcd. A West Iudlan cyclone swept over Druggists, Stanford, Ivy. ever waged. Tho L. & N. employees have passed tho Islands along tho Georgia and CarTho formal declaration of Indepen- olina coast, doing great damage. The resolutions of thanks to tho company Glasgow has captured tho Grand and liberal treatment Army encampment and the Methodist dence by the Filipinos was attended storm was severe at Savannah. 'for tho just accorded to us at ull times, and es- Conferctico for the next year. Such by elaborate ceremonies. Agalnaldo Tho Q. & C. will sell tickets at low pecially for tho restoration of wages, little suburban villages as Bowling declared that no foreign government rates to Washington, Oct. on acund Individually pledgo our best en- Green will please stand aside while we should ever bo permitted to control tho Islands. He made uo reference to count of tho National Spiritualist condeavors- at all times to advance and spit. Times. America or tho subject of n protector- vention. protect their Interests as well as that ate. To New Market, Ont., Oct. At Shelbyvlllo tho C. & O. railroad on of tho stockholders whom they reprewas fined $500 In circuit court for failJames It. Keeno is said to have made account of tho American Christian sent."Col. B. J. Baldwin, the last survivor ure to comply with tho separate coach $1,500,000 out of American Tobacco convention. on account To Now York, Oct. 1S-of Gon. R. E. Lee's staff, died at law by not carrying a Jim Crow car Company stock In Wall street within a of tho Luther League of America . with Its trains. week. Houston, Texas. . iiir, The post-omc- Claris; Wheeler Emporium. HUSTOD1VILLE, KY. i well-know- Ep-citlz- nin,. Our Fail stocK Has Arrived find Open For Your inspection. Is Millinery Opening On October 5th And 6th. Nice Line of Jackets, Gape5, Gallarettes. SI y. J $?. a I : Shoes For Women, Shoes with Heavy Soles and Broad Toes are Very Stylish for Women. f 4 t I T.l I ft : rtji -- . Joucs-Su.to- Get Them Heavy. Vamp Shorter than for some years. We can please you. nnd see us. Call In tolc-pho- i u CALDWELL & LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, EY. I 1 mhi- Pell Goods Cheap ? , n DEWEY HAVANA THE MAINE Well, if you Kxpcrience you wi 1 know that Cause of Our Success Lies in the es MERRITT Of Our Goods, Making People Travel To patronize uf; especially to see such lines as Stetson Hats, Stncv Adams Shoes, Manhattan Shirts. Sweet Orr Pants. Hcst Clothing Made. All Gootfs Guaranteed. t MILES The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. A m' 1 4V grand-daught- SHOES ! is I I ' J) V ft Without a clean, well fchlned shoe no one well dressed. Ours are i! fli Neat. Stylish And Durable. Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Wet Soles, Hlack nnd Tan, Kid on Tops., Same Colors and Styles in Children's -Vest-ing I 0 (Ml (.1 II M $)j ii: bno-yoar-- I I) ) Men's Black Calf, Box Calf, Oordivans and Tans, , In all the latest toes. i w Heavy, High Tops Shoes nnd Calf Boots. Boots from $1.50, up Uto-ga- n I til h. j. rvic M IWJ w! rS via s (ft i Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal 18-- 25 BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Kxcl ange for Coal. M 10-1- 20 J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. u rt ..-- . if ?: k Vis mp i Honest and gullo'csd old brother Republicans of Haucock county have Bertha Bellstcln. of Pittsburg, kill Kelly, of the Louisville Critic, demurs forwarded a petition to the postmaster ed her mother and later nut four bul charges lets into her own body. She can not from our proposition that as John D general, making serious Henry Wilson have against Postmaster E. C. Vance, of recover. The only explanation given Whito and John Oct 4, 1S9S testified most conclusively to tho way HnwotivlUc. and demanding his remov by the girl was these words. "I was Stanford. Kv., tired of life. It had no pleasure, for tho republican managers cheat and al. The grcntcst demonstration mado me. I wanted to die, and I did not swindle their own candidates, there W. T. WALTON. must be need of the Goebel bill in the at the Syracuse convention was when want mother to live and fret over my About the many bargain they nro dally getting at the The battleship Illinois will bo launch 11th district to keep them from com the name of William Jennings Bryan t was mentioned, yet that convention ed at Newport News today. She will mitting frauds on democrats. Thcn-hDemocratic Nominee Tor Cougres, failed to incorporate In Its platform a be the largest ship in the United cites the way tho democrats manage HON. G. G. GILBERT, primaries in tho oth district, which, if silver planK. Stales Navy, her maximum displaceAt a meeting of the democratic State ment being 12,1125 tons, 1,000 tons true, can not be taken to offset rascaliOf Shelby County. ty in the 11th, except on tho assump- central committee at Lexington, It was more than the Iowa. Miss Leltor will of each Use champagne In christening hur. When the trustees of the Houses of tion that two wrongs make a right. decided to allow the chairman You can Iicnr It disc lived 011 tbo street c irncrs how cheap wc are soiling out our name the campaign comAccording to the official report by Reform met with Gov. Bradley in Give the Goebcl bill a chauce. It is district to mittees, tho selection:, to be approved Surgeon Gon. Wyman, of the marine PiT.nkfort recently, the governor gave mostly those who think their occupa hospital service, thero have been .'117 Mr. Wm. Worthlngton, one of the tion of ballot box manipulation will bo by State Chairman Johnston. cases of yellow fever and 2." death re Admiral Dewey reports that of bjard, an anonymous letter he had just gone that are making the greatest kick men In his fleet at no timo have ported to the department from the received. The letter charged that asalnst tho law. In this county with Worthlngton was getting a bonus for Hon. B. B. King on the board, the re- more than 10 been sick. He also states States of Mississippi and Louisiana, And if you will listen we will tell you that our stock very little sick- death. That is the reason I killed tho purchase of the Tanner farm decid- publicans need fear none of the dire that there has been 20,000 American sol- her." ed on by the board and madootherdirty results promised for Its enforcement ness nmong the Major Frank Boyd, surgeon of the is but a diers at Manila. Alger is too far off insinuations. Mr. Worthlngton is a and we take it that our county Third Kentucky, has recently joined of the appointments of the to hurt them. boh of tho lieutenant governor and is a fair sample Not only was the late Thomns F. his regiment after an absence of over gentleman of unimpeachable character. commission. Bayard three times elected a Senator two months spent in Porto Rico, and And our customers who como first nre theories who will get full hem-li- t of it. Ho therefore began an investigation of Tm: democratic congressional com- of the United States, but his father, advises people with little money to the matter and securing a sample of mittee has published a list of papa's James Price's handwriting, he decided sons and others with political pulls, his paternal grandfather, his maternal stay away from there. that he had written the cowardly letter who we're appointed to responsible greatgrandfather and one of his uncles Since Jan. 1, ISO", 10,000 person have served In that "most august deliber- died at thq city of Matansas, Cuba. and accordingly had him Indicted for big military positions, which, in a ative body In all the world." Doctors' Certificates show that SO per criminal libel. The farm belonging to measure accounts for tho starv Oct some ono to keep I ho baby and Price's father was one of those favora- ing and decimating by disease of Senator Hanna says an off year is cent, of these deaths were due to starwhen vation. always dangerous, especially ble considered for purchase by the the llowcr of American manhood, who The powers have accepted the Czar's there Is no doflnito issue, and.it will board at first, but fears that it would went out to fight the battles with Spain, require great work to get out the vote. invitation for a disarmament congress. be unhealthy owning to the fact that it and adds: a perusal of them will bo In- He admits that reports come to him was on the town branch and the sewerA lew Men's Brown and lllack Alpine teresting to tho fathers and mothers of and to tho republican congressional riDM vn n c a f n at unci: ox Window Shndes 10c. age passed that way, its further considHats, reduced f om 11.25 to jSc. unfed, neglected, committee that the prospect of success I.VIAtrrt, wrll atriil oh.Li&, lm, ikrmi Ladies' Steel Hod rmbrellrc 4Sc the tens of thousands ainl in niieitatenf cullir:, eration was given up. Old man Price and lion. Two ilwrlllni: Imtiv. Rimd bunt. orib'nF !5oy' Kneo Pant 76c, worth $1.25. Men's White Lalindricil Shirln, 75c uncared for heroes who so nobly is not good by any means. Ac Corn ami bay crui can ! louglit is said to have offered Mr. Worthlngton Yard wide Unbleached Cotton, UJc per quality, for 48c. cItpu to nut piirrna-v- r Call on or aMrr, J C. responded to the call for troops to go to Congressman Jehu Bakor,of Illinois McCLAlCi.itanford, Ky. 82,000 to secure the purchase of his IMm yard Mens White Sh'rtc, with Colored Ikw- war for humanity's sake. Common de- aged "(5, has gone blind. After an acwas a candidate farm. You n? Price Unbleached Sheetings worth 15c, oins find one pair culT, tedurcd from 75c cency demands that the truth shall be tive career covering half a century, f jr the last Legislature and Is a man of to 95c marked down to lie. told. Whitewash will not stick and he must travel the romnant of hh I will PUBLIC RENTING. Stiil lint at Ida long ni thcyWt. considerable education. His friends can on Saturday, Oct. '3, 1M, at 2 A Good Canton Flannel, 4 Jo. not save the Algerlnes. who robbed road .vith sightless eyes. Ho defeated o'clock, rent nt public outerv a jwirt of tln say he can-nbe guilty of such craven Men's Fine Shoes in ntylo reduced from White and Gtay Flannel, S and lc. our boys of their health and their lives. "Horizontal Bill" Morrison for Con- farm of A. C. Xculnnd, deeened, time 31 50 to USe. work and hope that he can prove out Hod Twill Flannel, only 15c. mill, north wet of Crab Orchard contain gress three times, and has long been a lng atxiut 150 acres. 25 acre to go In corn, of It. Men' Fine Calf Shoe, worth i8.50.now Comfort-- , 4Sc, 73c to f'J. The real reason that Commissioner conspicious figure In State politics. 11, P. NKWLAND, b:ilunIn Rrn- -. Ex. A b!,r line of .Mcintosh coat for men tell for 12.4 S. Moore discharged his deputy, FaulkThe democrats of New York nomiCircuit Judgo Dorsey dissolved the and boys. Kaugo in price from II. OS to ' Men' Working Shirt- - for 2dc you iimiI make room nated Augustus Van Wvck. a brother ner, seems to have been to injunction sued out by the Hon. Geo. to pay 40c for. 17. for his wife, who has taken the 81,200 of the tnavor of Greater New York. for W. T. Fowler, E. C. Men's 10c socks now for 5c Ladies' Fleeced Lined VeM. 15c, two year position, iaulkner, wno is a W. Jolly against holding that a chana .. i..i uiuj uuvcruur uu mu mat. u uuiiub uiriui: ui. i Marion county product, writes an amus Vance and others, Men's l'low Shoos down to 75c. We have posted our lands nml hereby lor 25c 100 votes over tho necessary majority. had no right to grant an persons from trespassing or them Oil Grain Creoles now nt USe, ' ing letter In which he says that "Moore cery court such case. Mr. Jolly ?ny"s warn nilpurpose whutever. under penalty of A Suit of Underwear for men, worth for any A fuli State ticket was then nominated injunction in LfttUe' Grain and Glove Grain Shoe 75c, marked down to4Sc. the law provided In buch ciw. Is the envy of microbes for his minute and red hot resolutions adopted dewill take the case to the court of .. II. ItM'tiUMAN, he at CSc I). NKWLANH, T. Ladies' Fur Trimmed Chpe, OSc. worth nouncing the scandalous abuse of au- ness, and the rival of molecules in lit appeals. J. v. hai'ghman, a. m. pence. Few Tan Shoos, worth to cloc out f 1 50. tleness. He Is the eighth wouder of M. . II AUG MM AN, had no opposition for E. I'ATTEltsOX, Although he thority by the president in his appointnt OSc. ' Ladles' Dres Skirl, Osc, worth il 50 MltS. V. OKI MO', being the smallest object Congress, Gen. Joe Wheeler received S. II. HIAXK. world, ments of inexperienced and incompe- the by lightning. He was never I4,72 votes for Congress In tho elec- J. E. LYNN. Ladle' Flannel Sklrtu, worth 75c, Tan Sock, regular loo quality, nt 8C In ever struck tent military officers, which resulted por pair. marked down to 43c. Men' lllack String Tics, worth 25c, fearfui suffering and loss of life amonp heard of outside of his precinct before tion In Alabama, or about 2,000 more MEN'S WKAlt. pres than he got in I"v0. This is a handnow nt 15c. the gallant soldiers, and demands that ho was nominated, and when his Nice ot of nil Wool, Clay WoMtod Yard Wide, Thick Percale, only 6c, congress make a rigid Investigation ent term expires will never be heard of some compliment, when the fact Is llnnnclotteti, 12jc qunllty, now He. Suit, worth $10, reduced to t'U3. again." We hope Brer Faulkner will considered that there was no opposiand expose and punish all who are reA big line of OaHooc With I'lauer. at 3c porynrd. Itln Saw. Hand .nw. on others of his tion and the casting of tho vote was a C'tirn Mill. Feed Mill, Ac , New sponsible for the unnecessary deaths, turn his searchlight party and take bis pen in hand again perfunctory performance. SO borxc jmwf r Holler all In pood ruiuitiior- privations and sufferings. The rest of derwlth pwd rarmiitid lueroof In a conversation with Gov. Bradley TlmWr. u Good. lrrp building, poou water, tho resolutions deal in State issues and to give us more hot stuff. have no fruits and vlnvard. Good stor. In counts'-tlosaid, "You denounce Roosevelt as either a tax Gen. Shafteu may bo quite egotis- the other day, he A KOod'b'irpnln dodger or a perjurer. Objection to an tical and considerably puffed up over idea how many letters 1 get asking me full p.iri'iilat call on for two fatalltc. Tor the owner. to restore certain men to citizenship, JOs. W1LLIMANN. endorsement of the Chicago platform his achievements as well as bard on V O,. Lincoln Co , Kv. Jumbo. caused a bolt and the bolters disagree- the yellow journal correspondents, but which add, 'He always voted tho reT. I). HANKY, Manager ing among themselves there was anoth- when he says that "Commissioner publican ticket and will do so again If Hranch Mores at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, fiardstown, er bolt. The democrats ought to win Evans Is a good man, notwithstanding restored to suffrage.' Unless other ncelmrg, rynthi- Flowers, ma, erenlllei, Kminence. Georgetown. Elixabcthtown. Frankfort. Ma tick port, the election, but they have made a bad the assaults of the G. A. R., some of and better.reasons are given, I nlmost Ind. start und Teddy's ugly mouth may whom are simply unbearable, and seem regard that as arr Insult. I must bo SLUS 0SASS NUSSSSISS. FALL '9S. has permanently deliver the inaugural address. to think if they can't have the treasury satisfied that a convict Cypress Shingle. .. Iron Fence. reformed before I will restore him." . . r.... inenus were Mirniul-- nnon tn them thnv jim hfInir In over a C b m.,.. Every thing for On'lmrd. Lawn and double leaded !..,Wuiiii,nunu uieir u ho 8h0wa horse sense and defpauded Tree. Mr. Watterson Itoi- -. I'rull und OrnamentalIthubnrb, Shtubsu about to get into a row over who should Aaimr-agVines, kg a trulh that every unbiased man article yesterday, I'rult. ... ,.rnWntn. Thtt n. A. n. llv,. argues that free silver is as uead as and nil Ux'W crown In iiurerlis. Pri succeed Miss "Daugh-- f Innie Davis as ( employ no agents. ter of the Confederacy," when Gen. thrives and has its being only by the African slavery and calls upon Mr. ce- - reasonable - weon upitflcatton to ''Htitlogue John B. Gordon, who bestowed the title aid of pensions, of which it is constant- Bryan to "give up tho pursuit of tho II. T, HlLLENMEYEIt. Telephone 51'J. Lexington. Ky. (Gil on her, happily put an end to it, by lirnls fatuus of the White House and be ly demanding an increase. Metal Hoofiii! is a saying that the title died with Miss Jlill Work. a greater than president that and become tbe Davis. She was the only daughter of It is given out that the Emperor of maker of presidents President Davis born in the Whito China committed suicide after signing founder of a new democratic dynasty, House during the life of the Confeder tie decree which placed the dowager takjng up the line in 1001, as Jefferson I will 'oil tit public auction at my farm acy. Mr Davis was the only president' Empress at the head of affairs, but ris took It un in IsOl. and conducting the one mile t:ii or .Morciatii, Ky on of that Confederacy and to designate it Is further said that It was done by country through anothei century of WILLIAM S HELTON, PKKSIDENT. anyone else as 'Daughter of the Con- thrusting a red hot Iron through hi? constitutional government and Nation- Thursday, Oc . 20, 1898. federacy' would not only bo inapproprl-attj-an- d bowels, the assertion seems to bear al development and glory under demoThe following property. meaningless, but would deprive upon Its face the odor of Its own Iinprob- - cratic leadership." Nice iimre bv (nmltettn ... Full Course of Stul in Literature, Science, Muiic, Art and Llocutiou, under cul i the title of all its value, und be a sorf ability. Suicide and assassination are The Washington correspondent of umilu. t 1. .'..,... !ii ,.i. 11.. f. 1..' tureil and experienced teachers' gelding by L l t'luy. of sacrilege. The general as usual Is , evidently synonymous terms in China. the Courier-Journ- al Is kind enough to 1 33 uki cornuiueu inure, vurv Sfiuie. a nutiiinjr hecift attention given to I'rinmy an Preparatory tflnss'i, right and especally so In stopping the concede that tho populists may hold of colts from 1 tn I year- - old h ( iiMUhii niid Although the Revolutionary war the balance of power In the next House, ntlrtir noted horse further buttling given n- A.ML, S. ColI",t? '1 Bl n copv of our New rViloiruo, or w rltu for ono to M1W. war In Us Incipiency. ftAUFLKY. Lady Principal, Stanf .id, Ky. ulo extra nice muleendod 115 years ago, there are five but says that as the democrats will need on day ofmill; cow. 2 brood pair mare shout-- , 1 Jerey ow. VI A comely little widow, Mrs. Julia ' widows drawing pensions from it. In a gain of ol membors In order to con- lot clover liny In barn, corn and ct! r U ed Trout, has sued a Boston rival for 2000 an item like this will appear In trol It Is considered hardly possible for lot bnled straw, rarmlu? ImpW'tu- nt- -. a i f, id agoii. n damages because she said that "her this paper with reference to the widsuch a gain to be made without a land- wiifjon. Chuinplou Hinder. 2 Momrs. I h u $1 , beautiful figure was tho work of a ows of soldiers of the civil war. Tho slide. He also says that in Kentucky niko, ciiltlviitor, plow-.- harm ere Prnlor C'.irt. Praxier suik with liijji ind mautuamaker, who used pads to make pension business is like an endless the democrats will gain two If not three bike v, heid- - both, set buggy liirn(-- - und the boys think she was a stunner." chain. You never can toll when you members. They will elect Gilbert In and Kitchen Furnltuit Tkiim-sThere used to be a law against women are through with it. Sums ofe'lO and under r the Eighth and Williams in the Ninth, that amount credit till Jan. 1. 1J'. withpracticing such deceits, but it is the may slip Oscar Turner through in out Inluri-st- . Negotiable note with good Ho.v. Green R. Kellau has an- and duty of every woman to look the beat the Fifth. The only sure district for security required of purchaser she can and If necessary imitate arti- nounced his candidacy for Secretary of tho republicans in Kentucky is the T. ILiOIILEY. Mom land. Ky on the ficially' what nature has denied her of. State, a position for which he Is admirX. It. tho next House should be Moieland Will rent onmy hou-- esiloand lot in Eleventh. If iluy of publicly not mitt d We know some women who ought to be ably equipped, and which his brethren close, though, It is not at all unlikely prlvatul) before, fined for not padding more, instead of of the press hope to see him adorn. BLUG-GKA- $$ that the democrats olected from Kenbeing punished for padding artistically. tucky will lose their seats on account POLITICAL POINTS. tho new election law. As McKinley'swar investigating HON. G. G. GILBERT Frank B. Richardson, assistant ndju- OF PERSONAL PSOPSBTY. commission gets 820 a day each and tant general under Gov. Brown, is dead democratic nominee for Congress, expenses and as it has Cuba down to bo will speak at tho following places: visited, it will be seen that it is quite a at Pembroke. ex-Having rented my" farm, I will on W. M. Smith, S. district attor-- I Salvlsa, Oct. 5, afternoon, and Bur-gi- n fat thing. With nothing to do but ney, has announced his candidacy for Oct. 5, night. Thursday, Oct. 13, 1898. whitewash und all being good attorney general. Perryville, Oct. 7, afternoon, and At my residence. 4 miles from Stanford, on this whitewashing committee The democrats who bolted the Syra- - Dlxville, Oct. 7, night. the Stanford and lluitonvlllo pike, hell to will rove and live in clo'er for months tho hlchcbt bidder tho foIIouliiL' projierty c ise convention have nominated young Cornishville, Oct. 8. and then report no more than It can do Henry George for governor. Shelbyville, Oct. 10. 45 stceri. now i. e. exhonorate McKlnley and his 27 Kteers. R. W. Miller, editor of the Rich Nicholasville, Oct. 17. man Alger from all blame. 10 Durham milk cows and calves. mond Register, has been appointed Wilmore, Ocu 18. 3 yearling heifers. 1 registered 'Durham bull. referee In bankruptcy In District No. Crab Orchard, Oct. 20. The Richmond Pantagraphsays that 21. 1 N'o. family horse, 2 No. brood mare.' Hustonvllle, Oct. 21. 1 'horse, Davison's majority will be so largo that horse, Lt. Henry Thompson, of Company Waynesburg, Oct. 22, afternoon, and mare, 2 mare. 1 a thieving "Goebel Commission" dare M., Third Kentucky, has resigned to mules, 2 3 and migur mure 22, night. not steal office from hhn. It is evidently become Senator Deboe's private secre- Klngsvllle, Oct. maro mules, 1 inuje mule, ft Lancaster, Oct. 24. ANo all of my maro mule. counting on democrats acting tary Dec. 1. fanning Implements consUtln of every Paint Lick, Oct. 23. the fool twice, but It is reckoning withs Everywhere democrats arc In the Berea, Oct. 27. o thing necessary to farming. ' my Ilousuhold and Kitchen Furniture. out its host. They recognize their folly van. Dewey, Schley, Hobson, Leo, Also 175 bushels Oath. 2.MI barrels torn, Union City, Oct. 28. and are tired of having a stick repre- Wheeler democratic heroes all have 100 Shocks Todder, 500 Hales Hay, ;' largo Foxtown, Oct. 2i. sent them In congress. Kicks of Hay. , written high their names in the AmerLlvingoton, Nov. U. Tfiois, All Hums of Slo and under cash ican temple of fame. In blind : over that amount negitlalrie note Brodhead, Nov. 4. J. H. Hamhkick has been nominated on CO daj-.s-' time without Interest with Hon. Chauncey F. Black, chairman Nov. 5. Mt. Vernon, by the W. II. MIMCI'IIY. Stanford. republicans In Louis- of the National Association of demoville and will mako a vigorous cam- cratic clubs and one of the official Jltn Allen escaped from the paign. With the republican party all head of his party, is an earnest adjail Sunday night by lillnj; torn up and fighting each other like vocate of expansion. the locks. He wad charged with horae Undertaker, Kilkenny cats, and every other of The knocking out of tho old "per- stealing. flustonvillo, Kentucky them with a razor up his sleeve, tbe nicious activity" order in the postoffieo J. W. ROUT, Manager. AT Kingsvillk. Rev. J. H. Pence vi me uismct ought to te department comes In good time with asks us to announce that he will preach usitucrms Ofleri hlHTTlc to tbe people ofWe.t I.I nml n Main Street, Interior Journal Iiuildirg, Stanford, Ky. ehot even- - man of them If they do not the nomination of civil service reform- - at Klngsvllle Saturday night and bun- - nu ay counuei. oi omniatid Cik eUlwxTion hand. elect iurner to congress. ' day morning next. D. S. Carpenter, Manager. e Roosevelt on a Piatt platform. gj THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - PeopleWillTalk o Great Dissolution Sale! IMMENSE - STOCK 2,-0- MUST BE REDUCED .A.T 0-- 4 03STCE COME TtTT2T2rT2T3- I rnruu run IW-lo- n ot - n. POSTED. N i, Saw Mill For Sale. Ito-?are 1 i -- n. The Louisville Store. 61-- Fruits, Shade! Oar-de- .1 - two-colu- n. J a- A.CSIHEJ STANFORD, KY. PUBLIC SALE! Ti Stanford Female College. 1 j ! td 1 r- - Next Session Will Open September 5th. I ear-ol- d 1 -- 1 -- S10,-00- 0 J - .ow-wii- ci 1 A- II 1 1 I llou-oho- ld . i-h . v-- er KEEP YOUR EYE PUBLIC SALE ! $C0RG This Week. I white-washer- s, I to-w- lt: l Or I you will miss i I i 1 1 1 1 tnndf.-year-o- ld Some Bargains A HINT TO THE WISE is sufficient. I lirst-ciu- Al-x- anti-Eva- Law-roncebu- rg J. T. SUTTOW, Blue Grass Grocery. I I " XT' - ,- - ,nf' T Mits. J. T. Stone, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. - Oct. 4, 1898 Walton, Budi.viij Maxaoeil The los of a few hogs amounts to more than the cost of protecting an entire hen! by feeding Dr. Haas' Hon vory ill. He received a pistol wound a Remedy. Don t wait tin loeses nnvo numboi of years ago, which is giving or lire about to occur, but go now anil him much trouble. get It from Penny's Drug Store. Sbuot. J. S. Reinheaht, of Capt. Penny's Co., came up from ChlckaPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. mauga yesterday on a furlough. He Miss Bessie Rich ahds, of Danville, says that, 10 of hc company aro In tho is with the Misses Wruy. hospital with malaria und typhoid fethe ver. A. G. FaL'LKNHH Is mindlnjj Truylor distillery now. arrived yesterday Mrs. Kato Miller. Mil Will Hopper and Miss Muttlo Hopper spent several days with Rev. J. H. Hopper at Perryvllle. Miss Rachel Allison, just returned from a vUlt to tho Michigan Summer resorts. Is with her slstor, Mrs. Mary Burch. MIL J. II. C'AUTUU Highland Jim) is of Egerton, Mo and Is tho guest of We have tho lady curzon belts. The NIC Young has sold to Charles Fis- latest thing. John P. Jonos. cher, of Pennsylvania, his blacksmith! shop at Ottehhelm for $010. first pick of our winter lap J Get robes. B. K. Weareri The Woodford Sun reports sale of We are just back from the city where we purchaedsome of big cattle nt4!c. Fifty acres grass for rent. J. B. Joliri Reynolds, of his neighborhood, was carrying an axe Sunday, when she Green, Walnut Flat. For Sale. 3.1 head of got scared at a cow and ran, letting it fall so that it cut otT her heel. steers. J. W. Baughman. Directly won the .".:0," paco at LouisIt. C. ENOLEMAN, who has furnished ville in the fast time of 2:03. tho town with the best watermelons Filk and Wool Crepons at 11.00 per yard for quality and stylo Dr. J. B. Owsley bought of B. T. We open morning for Ttiseumblo, Ala., to Join Pay your taxes and save me the over sold, asks us to thank his patrons Lunsford 100 barrels of corn at ?1 de- have never been equaled in ibis market. Bright Plaid Silk and Wool Novelties for bur husband. and say that ho will bo in the swim livered. waists, in plain and crepon effects, new blues in Broad Cloths und Coverts. Chang Mijh. E. P. WOODS and Miss Bessie trouble of coming to you for them. 5. next year with even u better variety. The Bourbon News reports sales of nhle Silk and Wool Novelties in Brown, Green and Blues. TalTety Silks in Cerise, visiting Mrs. A. V. Size M. Owens, shot III. Woods arc Besides tho hundreds ho told here, Mr. 2S.1 cattle, 1,00 to 1,000 pounds average, Salmon Pink, New Blue Navy and Black. Bright Plaid Silks for Waists in Moiro more in Cincinnati. Vincent Gbbb has rented the Wal- E. shipped something like 1,00 lurge at-- to4!c. cflect The above will unquestionably please buyers of high grade goods. We also Miss MAUY NUNNBLLV, of the ton store room on Lancaster street and ones and got big prices for thorn. Empress Flannels In Solid Pink, Blue anil Cream and some entirely new Del Norte, the guldclcss pacer, has open 111 with a comsection, Is very will opon a restaurant. reduced the world's record of 2:04 for designs' in Plaids and Stripes. See them and vou will want them. Bemember our plication of troubles. Fobu buy. John Mullins, a 'Garrard MILLINERY OPENING Mns. William Mohkland went to Lost. Ladlos' double case gold eoui.iy Negro, was arrested at Crab one mile, to 2:04. Joe L. Shadoan sold to George W. Lexington Saturday to spend a fow watch, with black ribbon. Leave at Oivnard by Marshal J. A. Shannon and steers at U!c. brought hero charged with forging tho Jones ;!3 days wlih her husband. this olllce and get reward. Somerset Paragon. name of John Holtzclaw to an order for Moses Tannbb ha roturcod to We are agents for the Martha Wash- $S on II. M. Powell, of Gilberts Creek. "Babe Bailey," the Texas CongressWlllots Point, N. Y., where ho Joined ington waist for ladles', miesos and On being man, was one of the Judges at the LouWq wi have some pleaant bui prises for you then through all the departments. his corps of engineers. taken before Judge Bailey he isville Trots Friday. I)lt. W. C. EUHANKS nnd wife, of children. Severance & Sons. confessed his guilt nnd was held to William Smlt.i sold to W. C. JohnPadncah, are visiting his parents, Mr. The best on earth "'base & San- circuit court. son, of Boyle, a bunch of feeders for and Mrs. J. W. Eubanks. born's Roasted Cotfeos from 10 to 30c JOHNSON. William Johnson, aged Oct. l." delivery nt 4c. Mil Keith Lackey, of Holland, per H)imd at HIgglns & McKlnney's. 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Johnson, Smith Baughman sold a harness with his cousin, ItritUh Columbia, is Pbok. Hicks predicted a cold wave died Saturday at 1 A. M. of a throat gelding horc to Shelby T. Harbison, McRobcrts. Mrs. John J. T. D. NuwlaND. Jil, Is assisting In for Jlie 3d to the oth and another with trouble, from which he had buffered 0f Lexlnuton. for 100 several months. He was an unusually The wheat crop for the world this Mark Hardin's store while Jack Beuz-le- y probable frosti ubout the i'lh or 10th. good boy, tho neighbors tell us, and year Is estimated at 2,007,000,000 bush lu Is assessing the town. Let every democrat in tho county Joined tho church at an curly age. els, the largest on record. Mil II. Walton Eastland, of Millstream won the Tobacco stakes several days with his hoar Gov. MoCroary spouk for Gilbert After a short service ut his home, the Owonton. spent and democracy at the court-hounext romains were Interred in Buffalo Cem- at Latonla Saturday. J. n. C. was Mr. A. G. Eastland. brother, Monday afternoon. etery Saturday afternoon. ond and Lanky Bob third. Miss Sri: ROUT has returnod from a J. E. Lynn sold to J. B. Jones, of very pleasant vUlt to Mt. Gus THE case of the city of Danville i The liscal court meets today to pats I5y our methods of doing business, We mark our goods at the Low- Pulaski, a hornless bull calf of the ul Crab Orchard Springs. on the claims against the county, which against tho county of Boyle to compel i est Possible Price that our Mil William L. Jones and bride, Countv Clerk O. B. Ceo par thlgks will It to Keep tuc plKcs turougti town in Hackley breeding for "0. guests of Mr. K. L. excede those of hist year r( j1 n1 Ki U A rt t t It t nntl t t I H. W. Floyd, of Tennessee, bought of Lexington, are nnnilM mmiu In this county 2. yearling mare mu es Tannor and family at MeKlnney. In favor of the county. Therolsasim- - ' .. at ... to H). Anderson News. Remember our millinery opening, n BUlk i.,i Mlts. Kate MAUBBnnd family have IIUIU "Ull.ll was to ICIIUIII' i. Hill under the management of Mrs. Kate have been heard Saturday, but the R. G. Denny, who raised 2.100 bushels moved back to Crab Orchard, after Uudderar.'Thursdav and Friday, 0th attorneys for tho town, Messrs. Hill ,vSr of wheat last year and is still holding Hivaral j ears' residence at London. Mlts M. K. Pknninuton, who wan and "th. John P. Jones. McRoberts were not able to be present. It, will put in COO ncres this year. Lou Clark, Is now Ml Kentucky's great trots at Lexington eg the pretty u 1. 7(0. Mrs. Fannie Alford, who held Col. Welch represents, the county. The teaching elocution atHarrodsburg. tlckst No. 1,71k) got the 3- steel range state of case here Is somewhat different begin loduy and last 10 days. Over &2 Will admit, which means lower than others sell. High price is a stran- Miss Lai'HA Jakiiok arrived from given away by the Cyclone, Tanner from that nt Danville nnd the town 575,000 In purses will bu hung up. W ger in our store. A. child can buy goods in our store as cheap as thoso Lebanon Sunday to ussist Miss Llccle Bros., Props., McKInuey. attorneys hope to win. but it Is doubt The Board of Trade stake at Louis- 5J who are posted. We have worked hard getting our enormous Block Haazlcy in her millinery biistnoss. less hoping against hope. j in condition to show, nnd we invite you you to come and let us show ville Saturday was won by Bellwood A Dr. It. Goldstbin, the noted ocuMiss Minnik Woods, of Hustor-vlllIn straight heats. Best time 2:09. TllEBE were 14 arrests of Negroes win here Saturday returning list, will be at the Myers House, ThursMrs. Adam Carpenter has rented her day, flth. One day only. If you need made by Marshal Ncwland and his from ft vUlt to relatives In Garrurd. assistants Saturday night for drunken farm near Hustonville on the Stanford John Enolkman, Jk , wentjipto glasses fitted, thls5 emphatically your and disorderly conduct, and yesterday pike to Talbott Crow and son for 5375. 'frj Grays yetcrdny morning 10 take a po- time. Stock is the best wo have ever shown. We are now showing our first G. W. and J. B. Jones, of Pulaski, Judge Carson slapped the lobbins to rtion with the North Jclllco Coal Co. shipment of Capes, Jackets and Collarettes. We open the ball Mon- NIC Yot'NU, whoso health has fulled them. Dave Guest was lined $10: Joe sold here Saturday and yesterday 03 fxP Miss Floka Whittinoton, of Shel- him. tut sold his blacksmith shop at Dawson 14, Nub Embry 521, while steers at 1c and to S. J. Embry 23 year- JS day with 15 pieces 30 inch dark percale at 5c. by county, epont several days with Miss Ottenhulm and will sell his other propHansford, Tom Greenlee, John lings nt 520. Jesde Cooke and other relatlvos hore. erty Thursday. He will then return to Itobert Sam Itigney, Walter Dutton, The stray cow advertised by John Welch, Mlts. Maky LaytoN and Mr. and Ohio much to tho regret of his friends. Jim Langford, Jack Sheyherd and Babe Hcrron in this paper last issue belong- to m Mn. J. M. IllATT, of Garrard, were Danville, who TUB Donaldson Trilby Comedy Co. Hansford wero let off with 55 each. The ed to Itobert Russell, family of Rev. It. R. guests of the blind Negro, who was locked up for cam und got her. gave two very creditable performances Noal.' A Parkland man hn his second crop druukonness, was let out Sunday mornJ. R. Cass was here from Brod-hea- ut the Opera House. T. B. Donaldson ing without line, but 31 prisoners spent of this season's raspberries on the mar Mil quito a tulentttd comedian and one Sunday to got some modlulno for Sunday iu Jail, the largest number since ket. He also has peach nud apple which arrived a fow of the best of clog dancers, with Em- Hlttlo daughter, trees in full bloom. Mr. DoBord hHs boon keeper. ost Bounds as a close second. iAij s ago. The Owonton Herald ays that there Alkoud. Mrs. Luclnda E., wife of were live buyers on the market and 115 MIL AND MRS. 11. M. UCRDCTT, of A. , Ktllkarney, Fla., wore here Saturday upWalnut. Mr. and C. Sine Is buying J. It. Alford, died Friday night of llux, mules changed hands at 512.50 to 500, cherry tracs in after a short illnass. She. was Mrs. all tho walnut en route to Lanentei"whoro they wll' ttiii section that are large enough to Beidelmun and formerly of Ohio, and according to kind and condition. live ajjnln. The tobAcco crop in Fleming is enorrnnka lumber. 116 tin shiped already Robert IlKNltY nndSaHUoy Hughos, oljbt car loads and has bought from married .Mr. Alford about 11 years ago.' mous, the ylold being so much larger One son, Jacob Beidelman, survives of Lancaster, wero on Friday's train than was expected, that the farmers 1, 1 Mrs. Sanlford Krwln 30 trees for 5(H) her. Deceased was a well educated ure having trouble in finding room to bound for the wild and wooly Wet on nud of Mrs. Mary Bowman from her woman atid came to this State as u llOUrC a promoting tour. it. farm In Mercer 52 for iloO. teacher. She was a member of the Mlts. Hoback Bkown, noo Helm, A, prominent horseman estimates husband Saturday many was here with hr The Louisville Commercial prints u Methodist church forhumble years and tho value of the great trotters that christian. biting frlonds. Time is certainly dispatch which says that "tho 'Gray was a sincere and will start in tho famous Transylvania dealing gently with her. Her husband, whose second wife she good Gelding' is said to have expressed :i was, is now past SIL and can not long stake at the Lexington trots, on Oct. Gboiusk I). DUNN', who has a desire to meet his opponent on the (5th, at $115,000. position with the Kentucky Coul Co. at stump." Possibly, but ho must have survive her. Hov. W. M. Brltt con- Brock & Ftailsback have bought In Pittsburg, spent Sunday with hU moth- gone out in tho woods and said It where fliintskfl lf cikuvfnn nt fltrt mn ln frt 1 the last few days about 300 hogs at 3 Cemetery Sunday and then the er, Mra. Fannie Dunn. nobody heard him. Gilbert has chal- Buffalo shipped most of them I hey J.. C'OIU'OBAL V. II. Hall Is out uftor a lenged remains were laid to rest In the pres- cents. week to Richmond, Va. Win? him to oratorical combat and he this severe case of typhoid fever contracted answers by going elsewhere than to ence of manyfrlonds. Chester Democrat. n Chlckamauga, but looks llko he, is Gilbert's appointments. Stock ewes at S3. 75, 500 barrels of THE democratic county committee is, keep from incurgoing around just to of the State Executlvo corn at 51.25 in the crib, 20 acres at 51 decision MaSSIE. James Mussie, son of Jos- by tho ring burial expenses. Held and 70 cattle at Maky Holmes Lusk goes to eph Massic, who lives near Mr. F. and Central Committees, without a in the Miss chairman, they having decided that 4c are some of the sales noted in the Baltimoro In u few daybforau,extcnded Iteid's, died Sunday night of typhoid M. Owens was not chosen in the Hnrrodsburg Democrat. visit. While there she will tako.a fever, aged 21. Ho was bugler In Capt. Sam At tho Springfield, 111., State fair proper manner having been appointed speclul course In elocution at "Johns W. B. Penny's company and came In tho presence of a crowd of 00,000 E. Carson, who had--nHustonvlllo home sick about a month ago. Mr. by Chairman J. Hopkins University." authority to do so. After his appoint- people John R. Gentry defeated Joe Mack Huffman, who know him well, Cor. Advocate. the committee chose him chair- Patchcn with case In tho match raco Mits. G 1:0110 e Cunningham and t4is us he was a strict member of the ment man, but tho action of the authorities for a purse of 55,000. The first heat At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. daughters, Misses Ada ami Carrie, of Carisllun church and a mpdcl young knocks tho wholo business out, as tho was won in 2:04 and the second in tyroan. After services by Eld. F. W. the West End, are all down with must be a regular committee- 2:03J. phoid fever. Tho young ladles came Allen yesterday afternoon tho remains chulrman Carso'n Capt. T. A. Elkin received here yesalso appointed Mr. Mr. man. home from .college at Georgetown with were laid to rest in tho McCormack's Robt. Collier as committeeman In the terday for Hugh Bell, Jr., of Sablna, church prnvuyard. that fearful disease. feeders of E. Price Crab Orchard precinct, No. 2, but ho O., 33 Misses Gkace, Kathleen and Held. Daniel ConnelIey,who claim- Is displaced atid John W. Holmes fc Bros., of Garrard, 54 of Price Bros., morn Linda GiuNSTEAd left yesterday appointed. In Mr. Owens place, or of Garrard, 24 of J. J. Walker, IS of ing for Mlllersburg. These lovely ed both Arkansas and Missouri as his place of J. L. Beck, Mr. G. T. Wood, eight of G. W. Evans and young ladles have greatly endeared home, was arrested In Chattanooga and rather In tho I? CD A. Gtvons Is appointed for Huston- 31 of Dr. P. W Logan at 4c, and 30 themselves to our people, who part brought hero for stealing five tickets J. from tho olllce at Klngsvillo to that ville, No. 3. It is to bo regretted that yearling steers of R. L. Hubble at 4.15. --3 -with them regretfully. H. F. Newland roports tho sale of city. He used one of them and tho the committee had not informal itself V 0 Miss Bessie Menkfee, tho accom (73 proceeding In tho matter, but Elder A. C. Newland as largely attendo o pllsbcd daughter of Mayor J. N. Mon- - others wero found on his person. As beforo re Is $5 l5, the charge was grand party law is binding on all good demoed and prices good. Milk cows from efee, who was on a visit to her sister, tho faro and we will huve to submit. The 523 to 535, heifers 527, B Mrs. E. B. Ritchie, at Frank ford, Tex- larceny nud Judgo Bailey held him to crats In S200, which ho could ihunoeratie nartv stands for local self steers 533.10, bull 327, heifer calvbs C3 received notice of her election as circuit court as, o ana ui 53.75 to $13, steer do. 510.50 to 521,50, oi teacher In the D. & D. Institute at Ce- not give. Conductor Peter Garman, government bo tins cenirunniiuu at tho next suckling mules $17.50 to 520, repealed should I! dar Springs, S". C., and sailed Saturday Detectivo T. It. Griflin and tho Klngs- iower und pro- - $40, hay 53.00 to 55 stack, wheat 41c, IS via the Gulf of Mexico villo ngont, S. C. Carter, appeared democratic Stato convention from Galveston filling jCOrn in shock, with fdddor thrown in, ocean to Charleston. Tho against him nnd llxcd the crime beyond vide for democratic committees and Atlantic o vacancies themselves, and not having brought about 31. Other things sold s selection U a wise one and wo aro euro doubt. Connellcy Is n youth and appa' done by a State committee which woij. The farm will bo rented on the will redound to the Interest of the In- rently without friends as well as mon. it S -j5th. knows nothing oflho situation, stitution. us LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Miss Edwin Adams, of Dinvllle, U visiting Mr. J. II. Yeugcr. Bio lot lumber at cost. Mark Har- Miss ANNUS l'BNCK returned to the din. college at Winchester yesterday. Mil ALliEHT ALLEN, of Lexington, New country sorj ;hum ut Uigglns fc l with his eon, Elder F. W. Allen. McKlnney's. Mus. W. B. Billion, of Livingston, I WILL pay cash for walnut timber In Is visiting hoi mother In thin county. t , was the troo. A. C. Sine. of HOLDAM STCAltT, here again Saturday to see his pretty Just in. M Uses roll crown hats, twectbenj't. red, new blue, green and brown. John Mits. It. E. Lee SlMS loft Friday P. Jones. Cot-bin- Mr. William Daugher-ty'- s chicken house wa9 entered Friday 'Heavy rain tonight and Tuesday" night and la of his Having Just returned froln the city where we spent several days in making our fall best fowls stolon. said the signal service yesterday. purchase of Dry goods, Notions, Hats Boots, telioos &c. we bought some lines of goods very low nnd we propose to give our customers tho benefit of low prices. We THAT reliable nmveryman, Mr. II. .11c i Sbb HIgglns & MoKlnney beforo iu snow jou a you buy your winter hay, straw, mil- F. Hlllcnmcyer, of Lexington, makes his usual fall announcement in this let, Ac. issue. Ask everyone who has bought Foil Sale. Now Buckeye mower from him and he will say that ho alCheap for cash or on easy terms. War-ro- ways Of Merchandise, which will be sold for spot cah or produce, and cash buyers wiil treats his patrons right. & Shanks. find it to their interest to call and boi n and get our prices before making their fall "This has been the dullest year in purchases. For Rent. Hanging Tork farm bf CO ncres, in corn and w.huat. Sec G. L. the marriage lino I can recall," said Crab Orchard, Ivy. place or address T. "M. County Clerk Gcorgo B. Cooper. "Only Carter near the 102 marriago licenses have been Issued White, Corbln. since Jan. ,'u, of which 1" were to At tho election for public school white people." Mr. Cooper says tho 1 triistcos Saturday Messrs. Cicero Rey- business of Ills ollice generally Is not nolds and John P. Jones defeated Dr. up to past years. J. M. Bronuugh and John M. Stone by LAND AND STOCK. one vote each. iii-nit:c t Son. 15 Stolen. NEW W. 3 GOODS I SPJLESNBID ILINH E. PERKINS. Our Second Opening Accident. that the Mr. II. F. Newland tells ld four-year-o- daughter of LM two-year-o- 'd The Latest Novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings. to-d- Turn-crsvll- le to-da- y 1 i TCP-pou- nd m m Tfiursdai 1 flnfl Fridau, Oct. 6 find 7. JOHN P. JONES. se 1 Shopping Is Made Pleasant Hof-tnnn- n 1 1 ...... I ECONOMICAL 1 CASH PLAN ' ? l - it m o, ii 1 OUR DRESS GOODS & U p m jMmMmmmsmamg&Mm& SEVERANCE SONS. s I.JA d 1 For CASH Only I d m -. Beginning Sep. will sell only for Cash or Produce. Get my Prices before buying. MARK HARDIN, STANFORD. n i LOOK HERE! Disc Harrows, St 1,050-pou- nd Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, o B. K. WEAREN SON. two-year-o- 1 ft two-year-- n -- 1 -- lAJ iV-- -- r. V "Vo ST- - "5, se A SlKlit Worth Serin. Johnny is staying nt tho seaside. Mason county tins paid over ?o,000 to Ilere is nn extract from his The Farmers Hank .V Trut Co., located letter to nt Stanford, In tliu Statu of Kentucky. H turnpikegunrds. Sister Lucy: "The sight of n fat man, oloMfig up It affairs. Al! credltoix ot mid itcguinrs ucai a recreant, nusunnu to trying to look pretty in a bathing suit Hunk therefore are hereby notified to preHunk for pay is whut makes the little, baldheadcd sent thi'lr elMmanpilnst death In Knott county. mont. Six inches ot rnin has fallen at fishes stand on their tails arid grin." J. 1I.OW5LFA. Cathler 32 1'iarc yjcvji in Paducah since Thursday nlght." .. Tim Lincoln County Nntlonnl llnnk. of After trying1 for 20 years to stop In aw When not so nal J 32. CO will be charged. Stanford. Ky., lint succeeded tliu I'armori Mrs. Xewlywcd Bridget, what did drlnkiug, Whit Early pave-uthe job Hank A: Trfnt Co.. of Stanford, Ky.. ami you do with that brandy I sent down ha Uhtu'iicd all It liabilities nisuM nud and committed suicide. C. J. W'ooldrldfre, Worth tn, Tex.,wrlles outiiu Imslucxi. Of nit the erllt that attack children fairing in Colorado for the snuee? Great forest tires S II. SHANKS, President. "One of my children had croup. One carcely nuy other la more dreaded thau Bridget croup. It so often come lit the night. niitht I M itnrtled by the child's hard are forcing settlers to llee for their troot, mum, Well, tcr tell ycz th' God's J. II. OWSI.F.V, CuMilor. so great. The climax I so btealhlng, and on goinff to it found It The danger is ye houseknpers TIME CSBD lives and causing incalculable damage. me such n pain young t' tek It mcsllfgive sudden. It Is uo wouder that Mr. W. J. strangling. It had nearly ceased to breathe. 1 had Dickson (better known under her pen Having n part of a bottle of Or. Ayer's Scott Injjlis shot himself through Puck. name of "Stanford livelcth.") calls it "the Cherry Pectoral In the house, I gave the KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. terror of mothers." Nor la It nny wonder child three dose, nt shoit intervals, aud the heart In New York City because that ahc write In terms of praise nud anxiously waited results. I'rom the mo. lit Sentiment. Louisville Ky., for the relief which she ha mcut the Pectoral was eivcti the child' he was discharged from a theatrical Little Willie Pa, what is that sayound both from her own anxieties, and breathing grew easier, and lu a short time No. S Amivesat Stanford at 1:03 a. M. M. 2:1') company. N'.i ing about its being "bftter to hare for her children' ailment, in Dr. J. C. it wa sleeping quietly and breathing uat. i lir Siinfonl at AMERICANS EUROPEAN Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. No. 2t Arrives at Itowland at- 12:00 DAV. urall Tne ciiiiu is nnve ana wen John M. Samuels, commissioner of loved and lost " 3:40 r. M. 22 leaves Stanford at nud f- do not hesitate to say that Avel No. "Memory does not recall the time when Cherry Pectoral saved It life." C. Mr. Hennypeck (feelingly) Ills bethorticulture and prominently Identified Dr.Ayer'e Cherry Pectoral was not used tn WooLnututiK, Wortlmm, Tex. with the fruitgrowing Interest, is dead ter to have loved and lost than irevcr to our family, for throat and lung troubles. The Ladies l'cstaurant is the finest in These statement make argument la the atattlinr. KNDXVILLE DIVISION. That tenor of mother have lost at nil. Judge. the city. Every convenience for ladles at Clinton. croupy cough never alarmed me, o lone favor of this remedy unnecessary. It I spending the day in the city. a s I had a bottle ol Aycr'a Cherry Teetotal a family medicine that tin home should be A lllatrlonlo Triumph. East Louisville was visited by a ter,12 37 p ui without. It Is Jut a efficacious in hron. in the house to supplement the No. U Train going North Gentlenen's Cufo on olllc'o floor. "What did the stage ninnagersny to ' J 41 a m rible tornado Thursday night, wblch suffering with vrhooplnj; chilis, athma, whooping cough, and alt ii bath. When i 12 n a w cough, lh Its worst form, ntid articulation other varieties of coughs, as it U in croup. No! 23 " " oulh THOMAS A. MULLICAN. It within everyone's cuoKing-ot unnossiDie on No. 23 ''l" blew down a number of houses and you?"said he wished I would act as emo was children wouldaccount nnutnccMlcutate To put Cherry Pectoiat la now reach.upDr. "He In put Ayct'a my point killed Louis Fix. For alliPolntt. MaiiRger. toward the bottle, for experience Had hnlt le bottles, at half price jo eents. tional on the stage as I do when. I strike Caroline Miskel Hoyt, wife of Chas. him for more taucht them that relief wits lu it con Send for Ayer Curebook (ftee) and read Muilc Tuesday, Thursday add Sunday sold. noMou tickcts salary." Chicago Record. tents." Mrs. W. J Dickvis ("Stanford of other cures effected by Ir. C.Aycr'a DAGUAUE CHECKED THUOUGH. H. Hoyt, tho playwright and manager, KvenitM'. Ayer Kvcleth"). author ot " Komauce of the Cherry Teetotal. Addrcas the J. enquire ol Atrntcir)". Co.. Lowell, Mass. X'rovluce.," Truto, N. S. For anr information died In Chicago. She was a native of Tho Nurse She eays she doesn't JOE S. MCE, Agent, Covington. want nny broth nud won't ent it. Stanford, Kr. The Dowager Empress, of China, Is The Doctor Take it back and tell having the heads of everyone cut olY her that it isn't good for her, and site AND CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT who In the least oppose her. Six fell mustn't eat It. N. Y. Evening Journal. A. M. and 3 r. t., Trains leave Frankfort at f.30 Q. A C. and reach. In the basket Friday. Wnr .kiiIi. ounectlns at Georgetown with i M. Thomas Holiday, of Brooklyn, shot Minnie This weather is so trying. I Wo keep "the be$t" lino of and 10 Inr raris at 8:4l a.m. r. M.,5:eonnectlns Leave Paris at George, t:W a. M. andC. and reaching I rankfort at 11:55 and seriously wounded his pastor, Rev. must get something for my complextown with Q. A John Harris, because the latter correct ion. A. K. nd7:20jPkM. n n SKWI0Si A 0 p A, ed him for talking in church. Mamie I didn't know you hnd nny. Indianapolis Journal. William SalTran, of Locblnnd, who OP BROOKLYN, QUEEN & CRESCENT. They Don't l!nvt To. presented with his ninth has just been ly Griggs Why is it that young women Al-- o "the best" faints, Oils, VamMie, Lead, Color mid Stain. I'linsCKti'TIONS son, has named the youngster William Trains pass Junction City as follows: compounded from "the host" druj; obtainable. Your patronugo. U always apprevith fifty thousand or more dollars a Caledonian : SafTran. 4 11pm J. Slxteen-to-On- e 12 02 p m No. 2 North Ho. 1 South ciated and it will be our contant ntm to ell "tho best" pwd nt reaonabln price. 8 41 am " . U4ian "4 " No. Queen Louise, of Denmark, known j ear seldom marry? 1 Si p in No. 8 " . 1118am " 6 " Marie Gracious! They don't have Co., oi Scotland. 6 00 a m as tho "mother-in-laof the continent" 8 05 p m "10 " No. 9 " . to. Town Topics. a No. I docs not atop. No. 2 stops only for pasen-Krsometimes called the "royal matchand & KOUNDltD 1ROO, from South of somerset. 9 and 10 run no A Knocker for the Iltislnrsm. than Junction City and 5 and G only to Sow maker," Is dead at Copenhagen. Tom flreet. Henry Anderson, of Lafayette, Ind., charged How did you come to get disafter growing bald in his crazed by ulongsprce, ended his fcaVful service? ; Royal ajsakea the food pure, 6 existence by drinking a mixture of coal STANIOKf), KY Dick The boss manufactures a hair wholesome and dslicloo. , (HRflHr7X7lBajLyaM'BV gm Wk sV K oil, spirits of turpentine and laudanum. restorer. Judge. ' m Joo Miller shot Crockett Webb In W Vi Itoniniirc. 1 Granger county, Tenn., through the V wKL'St?tTS&-HBMKAh. tho romance there la In married life, m l C. Our haplncss enhancing! breast. Webb died shortly after. The Why not, forsooth with both trouble grew over Webb's whipping The husband the wife romanelris? Detroit Journal. Miller's horse. The Col. A. S. Hunt, who has been clerk Ilntl to llnvc It. He How will you have this kiss at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, for Stanford, Ky., nearly a quarter of a century, suffered with or without? She With or without what? 'a total stroke of paralysis and is in a He Astrugglc. N. Y. Is Kccclvhiji liiN Aud Evening Jour'serious condition. nal. Fire at Colorado Springs burned over Winter Goods. Defied .the Coutnuloii. an area of four blocks long and two t "Do what I would, I couldn't get him J Goods Warranted. blocks wide, causing a loss of over a vZ I' r.saRl ssamrLLKiBsar to propote." POWDER , million dollars. Tho Antlers Hotel, Fit Guaranteed. 'IIe must be one of thoscuimmunes Absolutely Pur one of the largest in the West, was wc read nbout." ChJrpjro IJecord, Give Him a Call. among the destroyed. We ate out this year with some new improvements. Some manufacturer imitnte William Koelker, a German Iron Nice Home Sale. We don't; wc originate. Perfect In ba'ance?, light draft, force feed, Ac. FIRST NATIONAL BANK worker, twisted a lion's tall at East royal BAKixa poB co., mkvokk. St. Louis in a circus, but he won't do I will soli privately my homo on Dauvllle OF STANFOItli, KY. Stanford. Contain pike, IS so again with that hand. The animal 12J-- acre, mile from U wvll Improved and one of the nicest places nlnjut town. grabbed It and chewed it off. Oreenberry C1U1 Stc:k S100.000. Sarphi, $15,750 ID In the trial of J. G. Cisco at Nash- lirlgbt, Stauford, Kv. When you are ollered a disc drill Others are imitation. We were unable to CI MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. of thr public is railed to th fact thst AllfCtlon ville for the killing of Hubert Davis, our orders hut year, and kindly ask you to place your order wltli'u early for tliojbest tbltli thronlr National Hanv. In Stanford, Co: Kentucky. the jury upheld the unwritten law on earth. der tbf profltluiis ot tba Nstlansl Hank Act that i.,i W dpft,ltors arrMurnl not only br tbraltal stock--, but bjf lh stotkboldrr' lubilllr lur an siuount Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd the penalty for seduction is death. HIGG-IN- S (usltn th.storV- suttiat drMliorsiftbUliiitlttt. We are In the trade with Fall ilrauchatid Porters Cisco stabbed Davis and killed him for table. Everything Men art ccuimI by a fuml ot (.V.iw) Fire sworo other good Co.ili. Al-- o Hay, Corn, i)U, S9 meet all trains. the seduction of his daughter. .latriu.nt. of tha Condition wl tlir JUult aiOJit ?hlHtulT, Flour, fee. We uL--o liHiulle Ilrick cch .M.tu the L'iatf.1 Sllr ((oreraiiient and lu Miss Minnie Holmes, of Clarksburg, and Sand. Itememlwr we take. Farm Proawruaic examined al itatr.1 lltue by KovcfiimtBt L. S. PRICE, cltt.thui iiclotJ'lltoiuI ud salet W. Va., committed suicide by leaping duct in exchange. Prompt delivery and Election On Bond Issue, to detrition. ll orders. Ofliee and from a boat into tho Monongahela attention to depot. Telephone No. 41.scales Tbli inilitutlan ori:lnHr vttaMIilied at the near L. A: N. JJurgoon potlt Hank of M.iifntd In I"V. then rexrcaiiiinl u To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. Klver, after she had spent two days In I'EItltIN .: PENCK. the Nailunil ufita8lutd .Dentist, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & nrKanlin asHank Flrtt Natloasl in MCAof ahdak-ai. P. the llsuk St.nf-r- J Pittsburg with Rev. Charles White, a Part S. We a No carry Sewing Machine. in imi, list nsa racilrmlir an iinlntrrrupll exist and Attachments and do all kind of SURGEON, Mieclal Term Lincoln county enre fur M rrir. Il I heller supplied now w'. Presbyterian minister, of' Clarksburg. repairing1. Ky. Stanford, 6u fiscal court held Tuesday, Aug. Ueilille. rrtianaetlrjr btuiort and lib. W. G. Trimble, a Fayette county emllylhanurr Iwfore In It. lout; sod Stanford, - - Kentucky. rarrer. Afftumu of Indlrlduait,rrtHiiptyhonorable 10th, Wis, Hon. Jas I lialley, Drug Store In the;Ows!ey OfllcflOTor McRoberts' flduelaMr,drm farmer, was caught Saturday night by llnlldlug. Judge, pre.cnt, with tho following aLd ludlTldualssollclted. Ofliee orer IllgKln A Mi Kinney's Store. some rutllan9 near Lexington anil after Justices of tho Peace, present, utRKCToas. W A Cofley, W. D. Wnllin, J. F. Held, IJncoJn Co.; being dragged down the road had d J. W. lfjvden, Sun ford II Haines and J. A. Singleton. Harris, S. II. Ilanfbuuu, ' S.T. sack placed over his head. His cries Lincoln County National Bank, J S. IUkVvt, " T I'. Hill. was made, seconded and carA motion W. A THl.1,1.. W.I'. Walton " aroused the neighbors and his persecuTAiiusa bsos,, uesimrar. ried, all of the justices having voted yen, J.llColller.CrabOrrhM iT. J. Miller. tt.Vernoo, tors ran off. that nn election be ami the same is TltEA.TitV DEPARTMENT, uiitci: or tmk M , li Kluioro, Manford. Two freijrht trains collided at Dllls-borhereby called to be held at the next reguCOMITHOI.I.EIl Of T1IK CL'HHLM'V. orricaat. Washington, D. C , August uth. pCK J H. llocker, PreslJeut; J. J MclU.Urts Caihls lar election in Lincoln county, which does Ind., and four men were killed. A. A VcKtnney,.liautOthler not occur in 00 days from this date, to Wlierea. In atltfadi-.vlil.iw. Engineer Kighthouse was to blame and wit: On tho Sill day of November, ISdS, ented to tho umlorMxued, u Imn hn u made I will to ascertain whether or not the leirai vo jioapiMnr tnai'iiiB Lincoln Count v Na- 4l Dentist, Stanford, Ky. said:lie "I am responsible forall.trouble. In tliu city of to get innocent ones in not ters of Lincoln coiluty arc in favor of tional Hunk of Stanford, Office over Illgglus & McKiiiney's Store. or ''"'""n "n.' empowcrlnc aud autliorizing the Fiscal S "". "'.". ,n. ."'.? co,'"l a share of the patronage of the com-c- n I am sorry for my family's sake, who Solicits SO court of .aid county , Juennd mH not Uest line to nnd from unity. are almost destitute: also, for those uxeeeiling tifty.five, to,000. thousand ro.iulriHl to b, eomn led with J.fore poor men who were killed and Injured." dollars wottli of bonds from time to time an asocial Ion sdiull be autborlied to coin Remarkable shrinkage of trust within the cnuttitutlounl limitations for mence the buslne of Hitnkltig. Now, therefore, George M. Collin, Deputy All ioiiitj In Michigan, stocks has been made in the lust No. 7 4 Cap Step Slove, 80 50, comp'ete the purpo-- e of purchasing and maintain and Acting COniptrollerof tln Currency, do ing the turnjiike roads of Lincoln county With all the vessels. fell S30.S7 a share month. Sugar stock fioeof toll to tiie traveling public, mill hereby certify that The Lincoln Comity National since Aug. 23, a shrinkage to the capibond? to bear interest not exceeding sim- Stanford, Hank of Stanford'of lu the City of In the Comity Lincoln and tal of $i:j,570,'J00. New York Consoliper cent per annum, paynh'eseini-nnnti-allWhite City Social, tatoof Kentucky, I ittithortred to comS w witli coupons utUiohcil, to be in de mence the 1nwltiesof ItHiiblngH iiruvliletj $10. dated Gas has lost over .'Ml polntu, while Ilest Tciiuinal Station, In Suction fifty ono hlindied and sltv nliu nominations of not lcv than one bun stock in the Tobacco Trust has lost dred, $100, dollars, nor more than one Mli Hevl-e- d ttatutertof the United Mute. Cents per Joint. Stove Pipe at 8 ST." LOTJXS $7,w0,000 by a decline of HSi points ' rHiioiiv whereof wltr.o- - uiy hand ihouEand. S 1.000. dolln is. to run not more since Sept. 19. Tho Linseed Oil lost 30 years, and to be redeemed within ?",. s0U' of mev ",ls "ln,,, ''"' of AuKut. than Avoiding the Tunnel. ' that time, at the pleasure of the court, 4 $1 S7 a share since May. 2.1. (iLO. M. COl'I'IN and to bo sold nt not less than par value. Deputy mid Aetliis Comptroller of tho There has been over five millions The Sheriff of Lincoln county is direct- Currency loss by the forest llres In Wisconsin. No, ftlhi. ed to advertise said election and the obWagner Sleeping Cars 'rJslBvi ssHsk Over 100 people are missing In the !J0 days beforeject thereof, for at .vicinity of Rice lake. Sixty families hand in the Interior Journal, n new.;, , paper published in Stanford, Kv , nud are homeless near Cumberland and 73 also by printed hnnd-b- i Is jmsleil up at Uuirut Parlor Cars. Wngner Sleeping ssssssssssssE at Turtle Lake. Many farmers lost not less than four public places in each Curs Private. Compartment Curs, And Dealer in all their property nnd had narrow esvoting precinct of Lincoln cotintr, nud at Coaches and Dining Cars. Many persons were the. c6urt house door in Stanford, Ky. Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUIt 2ABNESS, SADDLERY, &0. capes themselves.while lighting llames, AH legal voters of Lincoln county shall burned to death B O. MiCOKMIOK, I). B. MAKTIN, he priviledged to vote nt said election. STANFORD, KY. being unable to escape when their efPnss. Trntlio Mgr, Oen. Pass. ATkt. Act, The ame olHcers that hold tliu regular BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tit-Bit- s. "THAT TERROR of MOTHERS." How it was overcome by a Nova Scotian mother Who is well known as an author. NOTICE. sj Self-Defen- se. M 1 LOUISVILLE HOTEL hot-wate- r -- -- Our Motto: "The Best." saMasaaaaMMaMMisaialaiaiaNaaBBM enrc-Cul- FIRE INSURANCE Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Insuranoe Company Combs and Brushes, Insurance w fun-th- CRAIG HOOKER. "MlM R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. mi mtfi w LWflVCJ,&vtfasLir RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall I I "i f For Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Always Ask For The "Superior," & McKINNBY. Iancastcr, NOTICE. - a dr. r. m. PH6LPS, o l. , ft if-- . DR. P. W. CARTER, THE CYCLONE. o, Bedsteads at $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50. ,. J ; r,V,Tf,V e. -- Big Four .SThl) Route' JG.tfcCkAY ,1 Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. jiijillij Nice Box Stove all Complete, y , IV I to BOSTOIT. let UNDERTAKER! If'' KENTUCKY'S NEW TrOK. to-egn- nt TAKE THE 111 1 1 1 sB M I1 1 1 m V . r ; k forts fulled. Tho biggest monolith over quarried In the 'United States will mark the family lot of John D. Rockefeller in Lakeview Cemetery at Chicago. The, moimment will be 03 feet high from the bae to the tip. It will bo located on the same ridge as the Garfield memorial. The base is 10 feet and the single stone that surmounts It, 55 feet Barre, Vt. Route It Is estimated that the wealthiest gathering of men ever brought together will assemble at Pittsburg this month at tho Knights Templar conclave. It is said that the average means of a Knight Templar Is $23,0o0, and ou this basis tho aggregate wealth of the Knights at Pittsburg would amount to 8530,000,000. It will require a cash outlay of 83,030,000 to equip the ftrrtak J. Seed, O. P. A., Chicago. - E. H. Bacon, P. P. A., Loufcrtlle. Ky 22,000 knights who will take part In the parade. strength were built to haul It from high. Special cars of extraordinary The Popular to CHICAGO. Penny's Drug Store. I 11 'Tr. ,OINOINNATI, O. election nlnill hold this election, which shall in all respects be held in accordance with tho general election laws of this State, and at oil the regular voting places in Lincoln county. The (luestion ''ate you in favor of isstt TO DAYS, TUB itiK bonds for tho purchase and mainte IIHI'O nncTII!l7G!l! nance of the turnpike roads of thlri conn II) UIM ty frco of toll to the traveling public" shall be printed on the ballot as provided of the Kentucky Statutes. K very body does' But nJt every one by section I'KNEritATES The ofllcers of the election are directed to as those who patron certify tho result thereof a required by gets them as pure EIGHT GREAT STATES law. wo nrc a bit cranky ize our stole. Perhaps A copy atte3t. Kentucky, Tennesson, Virginia, Georgia Geo. II. Cpopflii, Clerk, orth and South Carollua, evcrjthiug wo sell. about tho purity of Alabatna, Mississippi. Lincoln county court. f 10,000 Futurity, Oct 1. Great 2:03 Trot, Oct. 5. more monoy if wo aubstitut Might make Pursuant to the foregoing order of the 13,000 Transylvania: Oct 0, ed some harmless substances for high Lincoln county Fiscal court, which is Great 2:01 Pace, Oct. 0. made part of this uotice, an election will 13,000 Cup Stake, Oct. II, Between Louisville anc' tho South. drugs, but as human life, depends be held and polls opened at all the regupriced f L000 Ashland Stake, Oct. 12 lar voting places in Lincoln county at Othor Famous Stakes Dailyl on tiie quality of our preparations wo sell tho next regular election, which will bo DAILY held Novembr 8; 181)8, which election, in only the best. ail respects, will be held in accordance Each way between Louisville and Lexington The best Is nevoi too gonl f r our trade with tho general election laws of Ken- Famous Band. W. A. TUBK, O. P. A., tucky. Wftsbluiton, D. O. Half Fare on llailroads. SAMUEf. II. Owe.vs. Sheriff, AV, II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. Lincoln County P. P. Johnston, Pres. II. W. Wilson, Sec. Louisville, Ky K?0-- . I'V GREATTROTS LEXINGTON. SoutliBrn Railway Ml -- i You Take Pills? OCT. 4 TO 15. Stakes, (jOOO Purses m Through Sleeping Gars World's Greatest Racing. Bellcstcdt-Ballenburg THREE TRAINS .'(. - - s r r- -- Ti i. ..-' MJUFMi L -- rf '.tu . ..