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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898100701 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. HEn SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1898. NO. 62 1 XlHi VJ : mTJCmIXKmJEm COMMISSION fMiBKarattre ! Has settled the fact that it is best for the Men, Boys and Children to buy their CLOTHING of us. 'nKJ'!di'JiiM'Jt'J4:4J3i'KdyJrJl m. in PROSPERITY TO ALL hyi.'ii'iyiiiiriytiy! tWEE Finest Itine of (Den's Suits Bnd ii m Who deal with us, as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People. (teeoats 9 .w Ever shown in Central Kentucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere. Boys' Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. Stacy Adams' Shoes, Best Ever Made. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. One Low Price to All. All our goods are the best. tfi J. THE GLOBE , TelephoneFrohman to 136 Free Use L. CHURCH CHATTER, , HT: v & Co., TT 7tf tYyr'fVR'lr'Hr'!irx XJjtrXX M XJUJUXj TfT1 TX'W v tefc -- Our Customers. s Kov. T. Broimon Kay, of Georgetown, whn u wiill known here, hns boon call-- 1 oil to the pastorate of the huinntitiol HaptUl church of .Nashville, lonn. Kov. II. A. Northcutt win dotal nod I and did not roaoh horo at the lime he wan exjmctud. He will como tomorrow ami begin bin meeting at tho Christian church Saturday night. The Central Mothodl&t, which has been edited by Kev. Z. Meek at Cat- - ''and Kev. tho pettsburt,') to bo iinived to LouUvllle, M. B. Chapman, pastor of Walnut-stre- et M. E. church, will I editor-in-chief. be tho f the Christian Rev. Ira HosweU, church, hold a thrco weeks' revival at Junction City with .'11 additions, among them Mr. 0. I). MeCollum, tho hotel keeper, who formerly ran a bar hi connection with It. A number of conversions were made on the water's edge. well-.know- n . members, at WUmore.compotod wholly of farmers, ha undertaken to raUo In full tho salary of their pastor, Kov. Dr. Ouerrant, allowing him six months of tho time for evangelistic work, and pledging hi in near 51,000 to Do axpoiui ed under his direction In work among tho people of tho mountain counties. 1:55, Address, James L. Allen. Advocate." after a most Inter'.:15, Address, Joseph Montgomery. The W. C. T. 2:.1o, Short Talks. esting and enjoyablo session .at LouisAll aro cordially Invited. ville of eevoral days, adjourned Tuos-daevening. Mrs. Krances E. P. V. CAltTKK, Chm'n. was reelected president; Miss HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Nelllo Arnsplger, Lexington, was corresponding secretary; Mrs. chosen Wv have two children who are subM. E. Bryan, Mtllersburg, treasurer; ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an Mrs. Kob.crta Elkin. Lancaster, record- attack is coming on my wife gives ing secretary. them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Tho W. C. T. U. decided to raise and it always prevents the attack. Ii $2,500 to form a social eottlcmont In is a household necessity in this county tho mountainous districts of Kentucky, and no matter what elso wo run out of, In charac- It would which shall bo not do to bo without Chamberter, and which will mako a special lain's Cough Remedy. More of It Is foaturcr.f the Industrial school depart- sold hero than of all other cough mediment. The people of the State have cines combined. J. M. Nicklu, of begun to more thoroughly realize tho Nlckle Bros., merchants, Nlelclevlllc, Importance of tho work to bo dono In Pa. For sale by Craig & Hooker, 3 theso mountainous districts and they Druggists, Stanford, Ky. will no doubt give their hearty supThe Q. & C. will sell tickets at low port and encouragement to tho present on acrates to Washington, Oct. 18-tindertalclng. Baptist picnic near Muncic count of the National Spiritualist conAt a vention. Ind., JereiulnhGray, Oil, took a notion on To New Market, Ont., Oct. to bo baptlzeTl and called on Kov. account . of tho American Christian Si), to perform tho Joshua Richards, convention. ceremony. Tlfo plunge was made, but on account To Now York, Oct. and began to Gray lost his of tho Luther League of America. struggle. Ho Is a largo man and tho minister a small person. Tho two rolled The meeting of the colored citizens into deep water and were all but at Louisville to protect their rights and drowned. Sovoral men rescued them demand more privileges was sllmly atjuat In time, Gray having started down tended. Rev. G. W. Boiling was chosen for tho third time and Richards coming chairman. 0, The little country church of ITS up tho second time. The aged men arc MiDDLEBURG. Hill In a sorlous condition, owing to A social was given at Mr. D. G. Eltheir shocking experience and advancliott's Saturday night. It was a line ed age. There are 17 white Baptist churches night for the occasion and there was a In Louisville, having a membership of good attendance. ld son of George The ,470, and their contributions last year Davis died Friday of last week, after Sfl.fiO a member. amountea to The Christian church at Richmond struggling between llfo and death for has called Kev. W. K. Lloyd as pastor several days. The child wa3 liawcd by for another year and the local papors a horso In the stomach and was o badly used up us to bo unable to take food, express great satisfaction thorcat. An cllort was made to have Miss with the exception of a few swallows of Christine Bradley made Daughter of milk. Dr. I. S. Wesley moved his family to the iV. C. T. U. because of tho stand Lancaster Monday. "Tod" Spears and she took when tho "Kentucky" was launched, but It was the opinion of the Alex Cloyd left for Illinois Sunday. majority of the members that the Michael Perkins and Frank Barger, the "daughter buslnoss" was being over- Cuban heroes, have joined their respecdone, so the resolution wasnotadoptod. tive regiments. Rev. Brewer preached Program of the Lincoln County at tho Christian church Sunday night and Rev. Creech at tho M. E. church. Christian at Moreland, Never before In the writer's know-lu- g Oct. 1.1: was there Interest shown 10 A. M.., Devotional Excrcisos. In a school election as there was'at this 10:1."), Address by B. J. Pinkorton. place Saturday. The Yosemltc chil10:40, Addross by J. S. Kondrlck. dren are In this district and many of 11, Address by David Hannah. 11:20, Helpful Suggestions, F W. the citizens of that town wished the district divided and then build them a Allen and oiler-11:1Lincoln Wells and E.E. Report of Churches and school-housKclsay were Yosemlte's candidates and Evangollst's Report. M. W. Jonos and J. II. McWhorter our 12 to 1, Dinner on the Grounds. "Candidates" for trustees and they 1 l M., Devotional Exercises. were elected by a majority of Is. votes. 1:1."), Address, Georgo Rlugo. 1:.'J5, Address, Joseph Ballou. . HUBBLE. seven-yoar-oas-mue. WAR ECHOES, JjSI? -- -- -- - -. - .- - - - - $ - -- '- The First Kentucky, It is said now," will remain in Port Rico. j There Is some prospect that the 2d i Ky. will not be mustered out, but the Hi .'Id instead. The war department has issued orders to establish a big commissary and Mil purchasing depot at Lexington. President MeKlnley has reinstated (!) the colored chaplain of the Eighth Immune regiment, who resigned because ! the colonel wouldn't mess with him. The crew of the battleship Oregon . have sent their commander, Capt. Clarke, the maltese cat captured in Cervera's state room on the Cristobal Colon. Two of Dewey's ships, tho Baltimore and the Petrel, have been ordered from Manila to the seat of troubles which threaten American interests In 11 9 CI ValuelsThe Trade Loadstone After receiving and getting In poitluii our blu stock for Tall and Winter ready for tlie big Undo we are sure to enjoy, we are glad to know that We Have Great Values to Show You And every kind but tho poor kind. We Invito you to call on us and If wo If not tell u. SHOE?. Ladles,, got tho proper toe which Is broad; the vamp short. Wo can show them. Hioe for everybody. Tho Worth K the attractive feature. Men's Furnishings. Trunks--. 1 1' I ploae you, till others, KML,LJ WCZLL OC. TIip I.onilini'Shnn nnri FnrnUbSnc Tlnnso. DANVILLE KY. ' V LCf, 1 U !.' China. Instead of sending i)0,00O or more men to Cuba for the armv of occupation, It is now possible that not over 20,000 WILLIAM SIIELTON, PRESIDENT. will bo sent, as it is believed that number will be sulllcient. Tho auxiliary cruiser Scorpion has Full Course of Ftudy in Literature, Science, Music, Ail anil Klocution, under culbeen ordorcd from Playa del Esto to tured and experienced teachers Special attention given to I'riumry nn.l Preparatory Classes, Havana. No American warship has New Catalogue, writo for one to MKS. Call at the College nnd entered Havana harbor since the NAXN1K, S. SAUKJjEY. get a copv of our Stanfoicl, Ky. or Ladv Principal, Stanford Female College, Next Session Will Open September 5th. Maine was blown up. l, Underwood Bros, sold some buy to y Boau-chnm- p Plneville parties at Sa.ou per ton on oars at Stanford. A largo amount of poultry and. eggs wanted here at good prices. Bro. Gowen will fill his pulpit Sunday afternoon at the Christian church at II o'clock. Ben Hughes, of Mercer county, has moved to the John Bright farm here, which he rented for two years. We are glad to have him come among us. J. F. Moore, of Junction City, Is hero with his picture gallery for a few days. It Is reported that James David Miller has accepted a position as cook for the soldiers at Lexington, and will move there soon. Johu Lynn and Logan Wood aro visiting Georgo Wood this week. Chaplain Mclntyrc, of the Oregon, confessed before tho at Denver that his head was in a whirl from brandy and quinine before that into trouble. lecture which got-hlRev. Thaddeus F. Freeman, chaplain of tho cruiser Baltimore, committed suicide at Nagasaki, Japan, by jumping overboard from tho transport Zeanandla. Ho was despondent from court-martial . rE!B : ffi SHOES ! Without a clean, well bhincd shoe no one is i 11 non-sectari- m 23 lO-l- o, 1S-- 20 self-cont- rol ill health. Gen. Merrltt says that tho Fllipplnos Idea of a protectorate Is for tho U tilted States to take care of them and allow them to havo all the rovenuo. Ho thinks they aro more capable of self government than tho Cubans. The Fifth cavalry, Sixth volunteer infantry and 47th New York Infantry havo been ordered to Porto Rico. They will relievo three rcgimeuts now there, Maj. Gen. Brooke. Old fashions In dress may bo revived, to be selected by The three returning regiments will but no old fashioned me.dloIno can replace Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera not bo mustered out, but will bo and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Gen. Wheeler told tho whitewash Craig & Hockcr, Druggists, Stanford. commission that he had no fault to Llfo Insurance companies Insuro hus- find with the Santiago campaign exbands for tho benefit of their wives, cept that there was delay in landing but will not insuro wives for the benefit men and tents. He criticised the of their husbands. .Any woman may location of Camp WlkolT at Montauk Insuro her llfo for her estate and then Point. Ho said that all ditllcultles regarding supplies and nurses were will It to her husband If she wishes. Grasshoppers aro doing great damage remedied as rapidly as possible, and to corn, clover and pastures In the that ho was not hampered by red tape in getting what he wanted. Western Kentucky counties. d. 1 .. well dressed. Ours aro I I I I leal, Stylish Ad kable. f Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Soles, Black and Tan, Kid on Vest ing Tops. Same Colors and Styles in Children's i ii VJBi Men's Black Calf, Box Calf, Cordivans and Tans, v In nil the latest toes. i 1 Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boots. gan Boots froiu $1.50, up Iho- - M , H. J. MoROBERTS. VH5E Mi 2. Bb &S3& ssva lr ilt t u t , fl- - - v. , v '.- -.. 12 Is. w l I. ft r t. fe r I fr a & I I Jlmmio Stophon?, of Gonza'es, Tex., Tun annual meeting of the stock- democrats from the oU lethargic asate tho heads off of'212 parlor matches holders of the L. & N. was held at sumption that It's "no use." 1 1 1 The democrats seem to bo getting and wont vrhero there is never any Louisville Wednesday when President M. H. Smith made his annual report. the best of the registration. In Louis; need for them. Ky., Oct. 7, 1S9S It showed that the mllcago of the road, ville thoy had 2,000 more than last year At Beattyvillc, Hiram Patrick inStanford. terfered as peacemaker in a shootlbg including leased lines, is 5,023 .'14 miles the first day. C. E. W. roasts Gen. Taylor in the affray between his Robert and that the gross earnings for the W. P. WALTON. year were $21, 5)1)0,652 82, of which last issue of the Richmond Climax, Wilson, nnd Dock Bailey, and was About the many bargains they are daily getting nt the OS, or 32.10 per cent, woro ni. and proves by no less important a per- - shot and killed. uonn uowaru got mau wim nis The physical and financial condition of sonngo than Gen. Forrester that ho is Democratic Nominee Tor Congrc, the company Is eminently satisfactory. a mighty small potato with fow in a boarding house keeper at Bonton HarHON. G. G. GILBERT, It has upward of 82,000,000 in bank, and hill. bor, Mich., nnd threw a tea cup at her. Chairman Jones, of the democratic It struck her on tho head, killing her is entirely free from Moating debt. A Of Phelby County , great many improvements have been National committee, lma ap)ointed a in a few minutes. T. J. Lee, superintendent of carriers added during the year and a partial ways und means committee for tho plaintiffs In the As one of the Yon can hear it dlctissed on the street corners how cheap we are selling out our against the president and his restoration of wages rando. The L. & campaign, consisting of himself, cs) of the Loulbvillo Dispatch, was probu-bl- y fatally kulfcd by W. D. Carllno, John PJ Secretary of War Alger for the mis- N. is the only great road in the South Gov. W. J. Stone, management of the war, we move that that has not been in the hands of a re- Altgeld, Senator W. V. Allen and one of the carriers. Lee had upbraided the name of Col. Sexton, recently ceiver, and its present fine condition Senator Henry M. Teller. Coin Har- Carllno for negligence. The State prison commission leased elected commander of the G. A. K , speaks volumes In praise of President vey will bo tho general manager of tbo the labor of 50 convicts" at Eddyvillo committee's work. by the president for that Smith's excellcnt.innnagement. and appointed And If you will listen we will tell you that our Mock A dispatch from Frankfort says that prison to McClcllun ic By bee, of Glasreason, on his whitewashing commisEVANS managers tried to drum up a the "sound money" or "Gold demo gow, to make Brushes, and awarded sion, be stricken thereftom. He is said , crowd of colored citizens in Louisville crats," who last year and year before the contract for enlarging tho Frankto havQ said in advance that the charg-candkfacy for congress, registered as such and vdted against fort prUon hospital to S, U. Cyrer for esaro "rot, pure and simple," and a man to endorse his in a whole cityful, only a handful the regular. democratic nominees, reg- $1,000. who has expressed himself is not gen- but And our customers who cJine first arc the ones who will get full benefit of It. James Ilickev and Col, L. S. Rogers erally considered a competent juror. could be Induced to enter Music Hall, istered as democrats this year, without McKinley wants no other kind, how- so just 2,000 of the 3,000 chairs were any qualifying prefixes almost to a man, fought over the election of school trus ar- and everything Indicates they will vote tees in Bath county with corn knives. ever, and his word will go until a dem empty when the hour for business rived. Some brother theu announced for the democratic nominees for con Rogers had ono finger cut off and two ocratic congress shall order Investiga-tion by mblased jurors, whose minds that the meeting had been postponed to gress.- - Taking todays registration as serious cuts in the arm and shoulders, Friday and the 40 calmly withdrew. a basis, the total vote of the State will nnd Hickey received two long gashes will not be made up till the case Is taking as much fall off over 150,000 from the In the head. Get some one to keep the baby and heard. The chances are most favorable The colored voter isn't Interest In politics as formerly. He has Chicago, while leaning over of 1S00, and tho demoAt vote for the democrats to control the next on crats will gain two und possibly three casket, taking a last look at the recongress. Let us help the consumma- been fed on promises and feasted So if congressmen by the return of tho gold mains of a girl friend, Minnie Budel-sk- i tion devoutly to be wished by sending failures till he Is sick and sore. Evans or any other republican wants democrats. fell forwnrd over tho casket and Wint!ow"Shndi'S 10c. George G. Gilbert to represent us In A few Men' Brown and Black lpint! Hon. Henry George, of tho State died instantly. Miss Biidelskl aud LnriiiKg' Steel llotl I'mbrellas 43c the next body. A vote for him will be their support he munputup in advance lints, reduced f out f 1.25 to 4Sc. or shut up. Money and much of it will Prison Commission, made a speech at Minnie Graof, her dead friend, had Itoy's a vote to saddle the responsibility for Knee Pants 75c, worth $1.25. Men's White I.nundried ShirtH, Toe the cruel treatment of our volunteers be needed to keep the majority of sable Taylorsvllle Monday, which dealt al been constant companions since baby Yard wide Unbleached Cotton, OJe per quality, for !(. most entirely with the State's finances hood. and punish the guilty no matter how suffragists in line hereafter. yard Mens White Sh'rts, with Colored Campbell island, 12 miles from Dar-ioas managed by republican and demo high he may be in authority. Unbleached Sheeting, xrorth 15c, omsnud one pair cull, reduced from "5c Richmond papers are not comTilE Ga., was entirely swept away marked down to lie. cratic administrations, showing from OUSEKVINO the handwriting on the plimentary of Davison's maiden effort the books at Frankfdrt that during two during the recent storm nlong the Still Hats at lOclungai they last. ' A Good Cnnton Flannel, 4jc. wall that no republican will be elected in his campaign. The Pantagraph, years and four months the democrats coast and from 20 to 50 lives were lost. Men' Fine Shoe in stylo reduced from White and Gtny Flannel, S nnd 0c. governor again soon in Kentucky, which aspires to be his organ, says he conducted tho penitentiary at Frank- The island was occunted bv Nlvmo $1 50 to OSc. Uii Twill Flannel, only 15c. Auditor S. H. Stone has given up his spoke under unfavorable conditions, fort at a total cost of $129,003.57, dur- - truck gardeners. Tho damage to Men's Fine Calf Shoe, worth f3,50,now Comfort?, 4Sc, 73c to f 2. aspirations and will make a monkey of being slightly Indisposed, while the ing which time the State received from property at Brunswick, Ga., Is es- A bl? line of Mcintosh contj for men sell for f 2.43. Register says "he spoke for an hour in Gen. Taylor, that is to say he will keep the chair plant $t)3,724.4S, a total deficit timated at $500,000. Men's Working Shirt for 23c you uctl and boys. Mango in price from fl.liS to mannor,without of only $30,230.48. For the same period him what nature has made him by let- a plain, matter ct Hon. Win. Strutt, aged 25 years, ton to par 40c for. any effort at oratory and with little or ting him, as Mr. Watterson would put of time under the republican adminis- - of Lord Helper, of Kingston, Derby-tratio- n Men's 10c socki now for 5c, Ladies' Fleeced Lined-Ve15c, two it, shows his parts of speech and other no applause on the part of hlsaearers," the institution was run at an shire, England, and nephew of the for 25c. Men's Plow Shoes down to 75c. , fll5 Darts. In runninc for au office he will and the Climax that he created no en- expense of $150,033.40, und the returns! Earl Dunmore, a Scotch peer, lord In Oil Grain Creoles now nt PSc. Abiilt of Underwear. for uicu, worth never get, nor could ever fill if he got thuslasm whatever in the small crowd. to the State from the chair factory' waiting to Queen Victorin, was found 75c, Ladles' Grain nnd Glovo Grain Shoes marked down to 4Sc howl-tha- t It. At least there are those who think The gray gelding Is a miserable, were only $59,010.40, a deficit of $09,- - dead in the bath tub in his apartments Ladle' Fur Trimmed Capo, OSc. worth at OSc. failure on the stump, but in the 750.34, or a difference In favor of demo- the visit of these two worthies to' lB at tho West End Hotel, St. Louis. He $ 50. Few Tnn Shoes, worth $2, to clovs out Richmond together where Taylor j bushes and in the back alleys he is ne cratic management of the Institution bad evidently suicided, nt 0;c. Ladies' Dress Skirt, USc, worth $1 50. made a speech and Stone didn't, p1us ultra, sic semper tyrannis, cum of S02,7S0.S0. Mr. George also brought Gov. Bradley warns prize fighters Tan Sock, regular 15o quality, at 8c Ladies' Flannel SkirU, worth 75c, mluin: tVint thn lnffn Id nut. flf thi gmnO Sails. out tho significant fact that the repub- - away from the peaceful soil of per pair. marked down to ISc. race. Stone is a pretty astute poliMen's lllack String Ties, worth 25c, since they went into power nt tucky. and tho toul of Col. Juf K Chlnn The democratic ticket in Georgia, MEN'S WEA 15. now nt 15c tician and Is pretty quick to catch the headed by Allen G. Candler, the "One-Eye- Frankfort, have Increased expenses, rises in revolt at such a low style of Nice ot of all Wool. Clav Wustl 1 Ynrd Wide, Puck Percale, only Cc. direction the wind Is blowing. Plow Boy of Pigeon Roost," was just in proportion as they have increns-- ; contest. If outside fighters wish to Suits, worth $10, reduced to fl.OS. Flannelettes 12c quality, now He. ed taxes, 10 cents upon every $100 make record there, A big lino of Calicoes at 3c per yard. There are not many men who will elected Wednesday by a lull .0,000 worth of property. By taking tho last nlong atheir "wcepons" let them brlug in conformity give up a bird in the band for one in j majority, more man iwice wnai u was fiscal year of the democratic adminis-local sentiment and custom. New the bush, but Judge Van Wyck, of w years ago. Nearly all the counties tration. from July 1, ISO I, to June 30,' with York Tribune. by the populists were New York, is an exception. In accept- - carried then Ifc05, tho general expense account for Virtue is said to be at a low ebb and tho democratic gubernatorial nom-- ! deemed. A constitutional amendment a that year was $1,703,074.30, as shown by marriages are few In tho Philippines 813,000 a nnnvlill ntr tVinf tntlrrnc nn,l cn1tnftnta a inatlon, he gives up a salary of Norman's report. The re- on account of tho outrageous price year as supreme judge, certain almost elected by the people was adopted. port made by Auditor Stone shows that charged by priests to marry a couple. for 14 years more. By this it would T. D. K VNEY, Manager. his general expenso account from July The marriage fee is $30, while the POLITICAL POINTS. seem that he has pretty good assurance 1S00, to June 30, lS07,was $2,308,430.- - average working man gets only about 1, of election. There ought indeed to be The Lexington registration shows 02, which is $032,701.71 more than the Branch Mores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling llanlstown, Lawrenrebnrg, Pynthl. five dollars per month. It will pay .no doubt of it. He is a man of pre 2,200 majority for the democrats. report. you to take your wife along with you ana.Vcrsnilles, Eminence, Georgetown, Eiimbethtown. Frankfort. Mauckport; Ind. while his opponent, j Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn will speak at democrats eminent ability, when you start there to purchase an Teddy Roosevelt, is a perjurer, with j Williamsburg the 17th and Somerset BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. island or two. little claim to recognition beyond a the 24th. Tbo sensational seduction suit magnified and considerably manufact-- . ferry boat capsized In the Indus in County Judge Wilbur Hager, of brought by Perry LInck, of Scottville, ured performance in the late war. Boyd, announces his candidacy, as a India and 100 passengers weredrowned. The Vance Land Co., of Lou'svllic, against George Francis for the eccuc-tlodemocrat, for treasurer of Kentucky. of Nora Linck, a The Carlisle Mercury says that Its Senator Lindsay registered as a reduced Its capital stock from iOO.OCO ly daughter, was compromised by Franventure required a great democrat and it seems some silver to $50,000. deal more work without corresponding Ohio county bonds to the amount of cis paying tho plaintiff $500 and the men weresurprlsed. Louisville Times. financial returns, aud has returned to attorney's fee, thus ending what would Tho Massachusetts democratic con- - $30,000, bearing 4 per cent., brought a its weekly edition. The reasons are jj have been proven, had It been tried ventlon at Worcester nominated a premium of 8100. on the good, but Bro. Keller should not have gay and out in the courts, the most disgraceA Newport councilman got State ticket and indorsed the Chicago ful scandal that has occupied the pubbo soon wearied in well doing, remembathed in the reservoir, and now he is platform. bering that in due season he would Official count of registration Tues- under indictment. lic mind In Allen county for years. BLUG-GRAS- S have reaped had he fainted not. We Glasgow News. It is estimated that the damage to day at Richmond, shows a total of ly have been running a A detachment of the Third infantry, for democrats, 477 republicans, 00 nou- - Uhe rice crop in South Carolina by the 17 years and while we found it a losing ' numbering 100 men all Santiago up 875.000. committal, 1 prohibitionist, 5 Inde storm will foot business at first and still find it almost under Gen. Bacon, engaged in James K. Glenn, a young lawyer and pendent. Republican majority, 70. as double as much work, we would quit once superintendent of schools in Scott a fight near Bear Island. Minn , with a To us the president seems very small entirely before we would return to the party of Pillager Indians. The lightand not too clean, a partisan politician, county, is dead at Georgetown. lumbering and ilow motioned old week- HI The Tradesman's Bank at New York ing began at 11 A. M. and continued weak of intellectual vision, and vacil- -' iy- through the afternoon, in which four I latinir to a decree: but ulways keeping has suspended and an examiner has McKinley evidently believes that his eye on the main chanco. Courier-offici- al tuken charge. It has a capital of $750,-00- soldiers were killed and nine wounded. The Indians fired on the troops as patronage like charity should journal. begin at home-a- nd stay there. His j Senator Quay and his son have been Wright Smith, Negro assailant of a thoy were about to take coffee. Another appointments for the State of Ohio arrested for conspiracy to convert the white, woman, was taken from jail nt engagement is said to have occurred it was reported number more than for all the otherjpubhc funds of Pennsylvania in a Annapolis, Md., nnd riddled with bul- with heavier lo.-later that Gon. Bacon and his entire combined and a full column of Philadelphia bank to their own use. lets. States solid nonpareil in the Courier-Journ- al Thomas Holmes, aged 13, cut his force had been massacred. They claim It Is nothing but political fails to hold the names of them all. prosecution. throat at Cairo, 111., because his father nanna is uououess responsioic lor most Henry George has declined the nom-o- f inuue mm au mj bcuuui .iuiusi, ins This Is tho way Miss Winnie Davis got her title: At West Point, Ga., In them, but the president is showing ination for governor of New York on wishes. a very short sighted policy, if he ex- - the ticket placed In tho field by the The insano wife of Joseph Clothier, ismj, when .Mr. uavts was making a pects to succeed himself. Ohio will be Chicago platform democrats, and the a farmer ot St. Severln, Que., killed tour of the South, ho was so exhausted . for him any way. The other fellows commltteo having authority to till the her four children by cutting their that he was unable to appear on the platform of the car. Gen. Gordon,who nmy mucin meomeroiaies.ii ne con- -, vacancies nominated Henry M. Mc- - threats. tinues to show such narrowness. J. B. Conners, of Indiana, followed was traveling with him, led his daughDonald, president of the bimetallic league. his wife and Charles Williams to Ken- ter to the platform and putting his arm . The Blue Grass Bugle, the new or-- , Coin Harvey has issued an address tucky and shot them to death near around her, then a young lady of 23 gan of the colored people, has made its years, said to tho crowd of 5,000 people: proposing a plan to raise campaign Hende-so- n. appearance at Frankfort, with Dr. E. funds for ioOO. He The steam schooner Discovery has 'Countrymen, your late president can expects 10,000 E. Underwood as editor and Rev. Robt. a uowar eacn per arrived at Seattle from Alaska with not come out to see you, but here is his people to Mitchell, a. M., as associate. The ini-- 1 month forsuoscrioe 25 months. Those 100 passengers and about $50,000 in daughter, our daughter, the daughter tho next tin It mliAH vltAa rttvf ins a tt nlltt . : of the Confederacy." The title thus gold dust. :..: .iVr "k ::. ;,,"?. wh ca not affrd " & J. W. UOUT.Maxaokb. ' Five moonshiners were, given life hurriedly spoken was taken up as a monthly payments of smaller ., in me lines mio uown Dy me salutatory, amounts. sentences at Birmingham, Ala., for the happy thought, and from that point Main Street, Interior Journal Uuilding, Stanford, Ky. ' Congressman J. W. Bailey, and wife, murder of a witness that was to appear onward It was "Tho Daughter of tbo Muvenlr The Rurrrin Confederacy," who made her appearof Texas, have leased for a term of against them. , in .i:.i x .yea" lhl,ar,n f a deputy in the ance when her father was unable to Miss Etta Robertson, re' V,ay' "'V1' paper is a most creditable one and . ated " e Bryan Station pike. The postoillco at Findlay, O., tried to kill move. shows that Editor Ewing's facilities for family will spend a part herself becauso eho was $10 short in the execution of excellent work u.now8 that the heraccounts. The edition is A drunken sailor, arrested at Atlan- DR. R. .lIIILII J LIIU E?UUliLl CllUim III I.I'Mtll't illustrated with half tones anl is as well ton. Herald. ta, amused himself by shooting at bis Of No. 541 round A vo., is nicely printed. written as it The Richmond Climax has a full one being probably Louisville, - - Kentucky, With the doors of tho penitentiary report of "tho first public speech that fatally wounded. Will bo ut tliu yawning for two of its members, one Davison ever made" and It Is fearfully Fireut Clarkbville, Tenn., covered We keep "tho best" line of wonderfully made. The paper says an area of 10 acres und caused a loss of Myers House, Stanford, on Tuesfrom Pennsylvania and tho other from aai day, Nov. 1, 1898, Delaware, it begins to look like tho U. that Davison has shown better judg- about $500,000, mostly in tobacco. InS. Senate will shortly be without a ment before by remaining quiet and surance, $300,000. Iteturutng one day In eacd nioutli. quorum. The charge against both of making a still hunt and by implication Foot ball has already scored a victim the suspected members is bank lootiog. advises him to stick to his old way and this season. Three players fell onjSjes Examined and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. (62) nvold appearing in public. Robert Coveney at Boston Injuring his THINGS must be getting squa'ly "The present republican majority in spine and killing him. Ato "tho bcs.t" Paints, Oils, Vnrulslics, Lead, Colors and Stains. KIIKSUKU'TIONS carePUBLIC RENTING. when they have to put that old ignora- .the House is 52," eays a republican d fully compounded from "tho beat" drugs obtainable. Yoar patronage, is ulways The peoplo of Madison, Ind., boycotI will on Snturday,Oct. '5, 1S93, at 2 and It will bo our constant aim to boll "tuu best" goods at reasonable prices. Deboe, on the stump. He . contemporary, "a chance of 27 voto ted the street car lines because women mus, Senator o'clock, outcry a part of the at la to speak for Jones at Somerset next will alter the political complexion of were given jobs as conductors, thus farm of rent O, public A. Newluud, deceuied, tdrei' Monday and at Lebanon 'next dnv 'thnt. hnrlv .1 ...,, .,.. tm ovu Ul I11UIUULUUL- - knocking a number of men out of em- miles north150wohj of Crab Orchard contain.,, ing about acres 5 (teres to go in corn, Eobson's elected now sure. ical argument Is calculated to arouse! ployment. II. V. NEWLAND, E. balnnce In grass. Si THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - son-in-la- reopiewiinaiK b T TTT II T1 I Great Dissolution Sale ! IMMENSE - STOCK pro-needi- ex-Go- -- MUST BE REDUCED A.T Bryan-McKinle- y ONCE 3- 11 COME 0-- K-TJlfTiTI3SrC- I n, 4 I of-fa- t, ! ' 1 Ken-Hcan- s, d ( , i e-intr The Louisville Store. i J n . I semi-week- I KEEP YOUR EYE StOIyS I H i i 044-4- 01 semi-week- et-era- This Week. ' 0. Or you will miss s. Some Bargains ! ; A HINT TO THE WISE is sufficient. I rt first-class. r:r::i : ,Tn 1 :, T Blue Grass Grocery. .lte B MeenI i.,i 1 ' GOLDSTEIN, Our Motto: "The Best" '.t fellow-prisone- rs, Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Comtis and Brushes, ajtpro-Clite- .. h b -- CRAIG HOOKER. "", v. 8C or . ,jy- - A JSL.f-Z- ' ... f W 'A . '.. ryhLJLAZi'-..-,- - '. J " .1 Vx-Sm. , .i - ..v. a -r s- isj 3'A&&Al?tS. k' , uf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - --." i- - f--v vw-v- - 'f rf J ! --- .r P, Huffman bought of J, C, Lynn fat hogs at .1c. Foit Sale. 33 head of Oct. 7, 1898 Stanford, Kv., A dead uaiiy fully do veloped was steers. J. W. Baughman. We are showing great values In found in the stable lot of A. L. Bishop, James Moore sold to Harris Bros., of homo made comforts. Severance Si at coruln, yesterday, burled with a Boyle, u bunch of feeders at Jc. E. C. Walton, Buatsrsa Majjaoeh. Sons. We are now showing a great line of bhoes nnd Beats for Men nnd Boys, manufacdead hog, writes Mr. T. M. White, Tho Prlar, n wonder as a tured by Uuell it Son and the Forwcnd Mfg. Oo. has been retired to the stud. Misses roll crown hute, who knew' no further particulars. Just in. The loss of a few hot, amounts to red, now blue, green and brown. John T. W. Hamilton bought of George Mlt. A. C. Sine has contracted' with Jones, of Pulaski, a cost of protecting an more than the bunch of steers at Dr. Haas' Hog P. Jones. entire herd by feeding Mr. Porcstus Held to clean up the tim 4c. Horncdy. Don't wait till losses have S. M. Owens sold to Dr. J. T. Raw ber on 100 acres of his knob land near HAVE moved to room opKsito or are about to occur, but go now and in Elmore building. Call and sec BonoyvtUc and the former will put a llngs, of Lexington, a pair of geldings Penny's Drug Store And get prices before nuking jour Fall purchase. Ket it from for $240. saw mill at work on It at once. mo. Ed Wilkinson. Hunn Si Walker sold to W. S. Drye, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Happy Jack Retukns. Wednes- of Hustonville, five horses for $500. Cnib Orchard, Ivy! You can't afford to make underwear In when you can buy them as cheap as day Zan Trlbblo telephoned to W. B. .Mils. i W. ALLEN was vlsltln Adair News. McRobcrts from Junction City that Severance & Sons otter them. Danville. J. M. White sold to R. Cobb, Jr., a John II. Miller, late consul to the FalkMits. J. S. Hundley Is vLltlng In old Day. Supt. Garland Singleton land Islands, had arrived there and bunch of yearling and Pay Lexington. , will pay teachers 40 per cent, of the would be hero on tho 1:2." train. It was steers at 4e. COL. W. G. Welch went to LexingW. A. Coffey sold to Lyon & Allen 25 amounts duo them tomorrow, Oct. 8. soon noised about and the band with 100 to ton Wednesday. cattle to go not later W. B. MclloiiEKTS went to The weather continues very warm, hundreds of our citlcns repaired to than the 15th, at 4e. Mlts. Louisville- yesterday. with occasional showers, but the signal the depot to welcome him home. At The big futurity event at tho Lexthe sight of his niece, MUs Linda Mil- ington trots was postponed two eveMHS. J. S. UlCE has gono to Cave service says It will be cooler today. ler, who was the first to greet him as nings in succession. City to visit her parents. Monday's county court. If you he got off tho train, Huppy Jnck's eyes Will Rout and Jones Baughman, of DACaiiraiTY it) visit' Miss Mollu: come go to Severance & bona for your filled with tears as It brought to his lni relatives In Loxington. the West End, who havo 00 acres of mind tho fact that since he had left her hemp, have refused 85 for It. Mil. AND Mns. T. A. Kicr.nre spend- boots, shoes, clothing and gum coats. father had passed to the beyond, but ing a few days In Louisville. MailCahkieu J. G. Maktin lost the friends pressed around, struggling Messrs. J. K. and M. S. Bnughman of Louisville, lo J. Fox Di'DDEUAlt, are feeding between them 220 mules. one of his llttlo mules by death tho for his hand, and gave him such a The former has 150 and the latter 70. spending a few days at homo here. day. Too much sugar cano killed greeting Padu-ea- h other that he soon regained himself, Mil M. P. Elkin has gone to Foit Sale. A No. 1 family horse, It. although really overwhelmed with his gentle and kind. Will sell for cash, . , work his Maeoabee business. to The democratic county committee reception. The band was playing "Old wheat hay or corn. Address P. O. box WiNFHEii I'oitTMAN, who Is here on will please meet at the ollicc of Hon. Kentucky Home" when he stepped 181. 111 of malarial fever. furlough, Is still 11 Joe Patchen won tho race over John . Mil I). M. Lackey, of Lancaster, R. CWarren nt A. M. next Monday, from tho train and following it up with Mrs. John W. Rout. county court day, for tho transaction of "Dixie," the whole scene was calcula- R. Gentry at St. Louis In two straight was with Mr. and ted to stir cvou a heart more callous heats, the first in 2:07 and the last in JOHNANDEUSON, of Preachcrsvllle, important business. than tho one that beats In Happy Jack's 2:07. had hi pension Increased from Jb ha Will GOV. JAMKS B. McCltEAltY Twcnty-nln- o of Maj. H. C. McDow breast, and he evidently appreciated it. to 10. address tho people of Lincoln In the The band accompanied him to his sis- ell's young trotting bred horses brought Mr. B. II. Danks WEnrc indebted to Interest of Hon. George G. Gilbert for for the verbatim report of Happy Jack's congress next Monday afternoon, court ter, Mrs. W. II. Miller's, and there ho nn average of 8205.50 at Lexington Tuesdny. addressed the crowd as follows: speech. day. Be sure to hear him. Mrs. W. W. Hays sold her four fine Boys you can just bet the old man is uuHueuaj C. HUI'LEY IOU MHS. H. The city of Danville will take an glud to get back. For months my heart Tamworth hogs to Will Burton for $35. visit to relatives In Fayette anu fur a appeal from JudgcSaulley's decision and eyes havo looked forward to this One weighed GOO pounds, the others Mercer. Happy were small. AUHEN that tho city must keep In repair the clorious time. Happy Day EFF1E MlSSCS EMMA AND Judge Tarvln won tho Kimball Martha Sever- portions Of tho turnpike within Its lim- Day ! Four years asro yes a little have moved lo Mrs. its, formerly maintained by the pikes. more thnn four years ago, I stood on stakes, tforth 81,500, at Latonla Wedance's property. to you nesday. Tho Kentucklan wns sedond this very stop nnd said good-by- e Dil J. M. BitONAUOH has returned THE Cincinnati Enquirer says that all with my heart in my thront and and Tho Barrister, third. and man to the dental college at Cincinnati Hayes Pope, a colored Immune of the dmo. In nt .it.- - W...WW tlinn Vinvf. Q1nrn .rft.t... An American syndicate headed by IVH(9 .1. "J WJV.7I will graduate this session. th Regiment, was married at Newport vUltcd ull tho important towns of South Riley Grannan has won $96,000 by betMIL AND MKS. J. W. SALLEE, of to MUs Lucy Anderson, of Stanford, America clean down to the jumping off ting on Tod Sloan's mounts In England. Harrodsburg, pent several days with who.wlll go with him to Cuba as a cook place of creation. Have uUo scon a The syndicate started with 85,000. the family of Sheriff S. M. Owens. olbow for tho company. s right smart bit of European countries. J. K. Baughman, of the West End, ClayHUPLEY, J it., had his TO KEEP YOU I being thrown Have I am right here to take back all ever tells Uo that he raised a sweet potato Milli.VEUY Si DltnssMAKiNQ. knocked out of joint by said about Col. Welch and Jim Guest, which measured 30 inches and which while sculHlng. hv Georuc Mcnefco removed my business at homo opposite Mil U. M. MOSS brought his broth- the Methodist church. Wo are now assorting that Crab Orchard was the he has put on exhibition nt this office. I ha-visited Charlton Alexander, tho Bourbon er, II. J. Mos, to the dejot Tuesday to ready to show the latest designs both biggest town on earth. Castlo, St. Paul's Cathedral, county banker and cattlo raiser, sold train for his Oklahoma home. In mllllnerv and dressmaking. MUs Windsor take tho Westminster Abbey and havo seen his fine lot of 415 export cattle to Mns. TUKNEitand MUs TcvU Car- Liccio C. Boazley. where tho grand old man stood, but ray Sehwarzchlld & Sulzberger at 5c. Mlia Mamie Wilpenter paid a vhlt to HOW many of thoso who owe tho IN heart and eyes always wandered to the Thos. W. L. Vanmeter sold to M. MadUon Femalo Col- ton Carpenter at TEitioit Journal will call at the olllco little church at Goshen and two llttlo Joseph 'd export cattle at 4J cents, and horcharmlng Monday next and pay without being tombstones that mark the resting Thos. C. Robinson sold 05 of same MHS. W. O. Bkadley, We liavo a Tine Stock of daughter, Miss Christine, and Miss dunned? Tuesday's paper will tell and place of loved ones. Flowers bloom kind at the same price. Winchester names in most beautiful; birds sing the sweetest; Democrat. Jennie Duncan were guest of Mrs. II. the proprietor will place tho G. A. Swlnebroad, of Lincoln, a leadtho roll of honorary members of tho the sun shines Brightest on tho bonny C. Warren. banks of old Dlx River. Thank God ing stockman bought 150 J. B. ADAMS brought honest men's league. MIL AND Ml3. for such a life nnd such a home. 1 love cattle from parties here court day at 4 their son. Pohx Twldwell, down from Dil R. Goldstein, the eminent ocu- Kentucky much I love Lincoln county cents. He bought mules at J25 to $00. his Hustonvllle yesterday to have list of Louisville, who was hero yester-da- more who can blame mo for loving jS UlnnkefJ. Comfort, Underwear. Uur line of Underwear Is very Complete. Richmond Climax. picture taken. Every thin? In professionally, has decided to make I have John Cook got In a trade yesterday 'SA MIL PltANK SNYDEU, adjuster for Stanford ono day in each month hero-afte- the banks of Dlx River, where played In my boyhood, best of all. I the noted John Raines sow, frm which the Liverpool & London Si Globe duo notice of which will bo given say . Mr. Raines has sold $505 worth of pigs. who blames me ? wa here with Agent in this paper The doctor has had were proposed fo"She Is lit years old and 110 of her pigs Then three cheers A. Trlbb'.o yesterday. years of experience and never falls to Happy Jack, and they were given with have sold at $5. She cost Cook about vSj For Men, Women nnd Children. Gents', Ladles' und Children's Rubbers. G. L. PENNY went to Chlekamauga give satisfaction. See ad. $12. a will. New goods Just In. g Park Tuesday to tell hb brother, Copt. The Irish potato crop is good as to good-by- e I before his regm did not see Mr. Jim Ed Bruce We W. B. Penny, quality and the yield Is fair. They NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Porto Itlco. yesterday or he would have said to us iment leaves for are selling in lots at 50 cents per bushMore-lan- d that Saturday Is tho 30th anniversary Mlts. FanniePlkoe and John Parker Taylor, 0: of MadUon, el. Reuben P. Offutt sold a five months Blnln, of Grant county, are visit of tho battle of Porryvillo. Tho last dead. old Shorthorn bull calf for $100. It James Richmond has been appointed goes to Texas and will be shown at Legislature appropriated $o00 for tho ing Mrs. C P.. Blnln. .Mrs. 1. u. and Mr. Hlaln were here Wcdncs- erection of a suitable monument over postmaster at Lash Ford, Whitley the Dallas Fair. Georgetown Times. tho graves of the heroes who fell in county. O. J. Crow brought in a couple of William Boonoshot and Jellied Moses ears of corn, known as the "prehisJ. L. PnoilMAN, of Tho Globe, this very severe battle, and tho comPhil Danville, and brother-in-law- , mittee nnuiod to carry out tho purpose Whltt In a drunken row In Roekcastlo toric" variety. They are bronze In Chicago, wore here yosterday. of tho appropriation is preparing for its county. of color and are largo and unusually well Groenberry Cornstalk U tho namo of filled out. The seed of Mr. P. says hU business Is uch that execution. this corn is ono of the Barbourvllle Pathfinder's ho has no right to complain. HuitT. While returning. fiom town said to havo been found sealed up In an and a numEMBH J. G. LIVINGSTON vessel In an Indian Mound. It is the horse that Milton correspondents. is d tho other day threatened with nn earthen hardy variety nnd very, proPaint Lick ber of East End gentlemen were of a very Powell was driving scared and started of diphtheria. Ton casos arc to Ilarrodsburg Tuosday to In his effort to hold him a line epidemic lific. Mr. Crow got 50 eod last year good character of J. D. to run. reported and one dsath. prove tho from an Indiana man. who has broke and the animal turning suddenly lu dolectlve. Tho grand Lodge of the Knights of up.-o-t tho buggy, throwing Mr. Powell A. R. Rice bought of Churchill there. will hold their annual session been after the whisky venders Yenger his Interest in the livery esout with much force. Ho was badly cut Pythias - ALETTElifromMrr. J. R. Gudgoll, at Mlcidlesborough, Oct. 25. tablishment of Yenger & Rico. James MUs nbout tho bond and one of his eyes was of Independence, Mo., who was Tho Kentucky Oil and Pipe Lino II. Baughman sold to J. M. Wakefield, so much hnrt that he may loso his Lettlo Rochester, orders her paper sight. Tho buggy was almost com- company contracted with a Pittsburg of Indiana, a ld At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. jack. by. company for IJtl .miles of pipe for the clianged to New York City, where she pletely demolished. Napoleon, for $175. Georgo R. Davis Wayne county oil fields. will be until tho loth, when she will and tenants sold to Cogar Si Davis 800 sojourn In the Old sail for a year's The la,to fall Is glvlnr tho lato corn Gov. Bradley will not send troops to to 1,000 barrels of corn at $1.25, deWorld. all the chance it wants to ripen and tho Clay county, having had assurances on the cars at Danville. B. G. SAUKLEY has received trcs are ns greon and tho fluids ns that tho Bakers will bo given a fair livered II. KOWAN Fox sold for Squlro Jnck and Jeff Dunn, proa commission from Gov. Bradley verdant almost as In Spring time. It trial without the aid of the militia. Harlan, of Columbia, Tenn., son of tho Hon. to John moting him from Bcrgcnnt major of tho has been a most remarkable year for Rufus, eight yearling mules at $71, and for of Co. P. of dis2d to second lieutenant the farmer, whose heart might be glad M. J. .Moss, circuit judge of this n,.i.,.nni. T.t. Sauflcv went over if tho great abundance of everything trict, died at Pinovlllc, causing the William Nave, to same party, 23 at .1 v LI111L ItHUH""'' $75. Of tho last lot 21 wero mares. a to Lexington yesterday to attend - was accompanied by a corresponding court to adjourn till Monday noxt. Advocate. regimpntlnf of tho otllcera of tho Wo learn that Dan K. Rawllngs, Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal Increase In price. But alas wheat at Tho Richmond Register says that . ment. $1 a barrel do who recently located in Wichita Palls, there were 3,000 cattlo on tho market S. 55c a bushel and corn at MESSRS. J. K. BAUGHMAN, M. not pay for their making, no matter Texas, will return to these parts. Dan Monday, but prices wero slightly off. A Baughman, J. B. Owens, S. M. Owens. how great tho Increase. says It's too "blamed hot" there. good many cattlo changed hands but J. B. Rout, R. 11'. Logan, Will Moore Barbourvllle Pathfinder. the demand was not brisk. Prices ruled 80O Rewaiid. R. H. Pettus was and E. C. Walton wcro at Lexington William B. Duncan, 42, a farmer from 21 cents for heifers to 4 cents for dis- hero Tuesday advertising a reward of Tuesday to see the trots and wcro living near Waco, accidentally disbest sorrel horso charged his gun, tho load taking effect the 1ah grade of feeders. fT a Aa1 large tho bad weather caused 1J0O for a appointed that talA.-Remember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. iiuuiuui ui muiuo nciu uiiuiuu, uui follow- - stolen from him and W. A. Pettus at a postponement of them till tho In tho side, killing him almost instant prices wero so low that many farmers Richmond, Sept. 27. Tho horse Is 15J ly. Ho was to havo been married In a Ing day refused to sell and drovo their mules hands high, slightly hog backed, in few dnys. back home. Cnrithcrs Si Beard, of LOCAL HAPPENINGS. good flesh, with hind foot whlto and Dr. L. C. Morgan was inveigled into Lexington, bought six-a- t prices rang9 Mark Har- - small scar on front foot. He is a com- a Negro cabin near Harrodsburg by ing from 370 to 3120. At T. G. PerfAl BIG lot lumber at cost bined harness and saddle horse. A re means of a sick :all and was attacked mules brought kins' bale din. ward of 32."i for tho horse and 825 for One, Bob Winn, from $40 to $oS; calves, 821; corn at tho country sorghum at HIgglns & the arrest and conviction of tho thief and shot by robbers. New has confessed and a lynching is heap, $1 to $1.20; wheat 00 to G7c. MoKlnney's. will bo given. Address R. H. Si W. II- as tho doctor's wound Is mortal. Pettus, Lancaster. George Dinning, colored, the parWlnu and Lon Williams, another NeNew Sweot and Sour Pickles at Wargro, were lodged in jail, which has been doned slayer of Jodie Conn, of Frankren Si. Shanks'. The fiscal court, consisting of Judge ' B by 2" mon to prevent lin county, has filed suit In the Federal timber In J. P. Bailey and Magistrates J. H. closely guarded lynching. court against tho alleged conspirators I will pay cash for walnut Raines, W. A. Coffey, W. D. Wnllln tho threatened tho treo. A. C. Sine. Two more Negroes wero arrested for $o0,000 damages. and John A. Singleton, havo been busy r In 1897 in tho three Florida counties Wednesday. Ono Is Louisa Wlnu, We havo tho lady curon belts. The for three days examining and accepting of Bob Winn, and tho other Is Wil- of Lee, Do Soto and Hillsboro, 10,7o0 tho claims against tho county and tho latest thing. John P. Jonas. gang alligator skins wore taken and 214 end Is not yet. Tho court has a big job liam Harris, anothor oue of the Ex- hunters engaged in t'ao business, Danvlllo, makes a big, THE GLOUE. on hand and It takes things easy, tho who was In the cabin at tho time. Quinco juice cured a man of hicDugansvlllo neighborIssue for your trade. bid In this judgo shedding his coat when ho gets citement In tho by tho officers to bo still coughs at Chtlllcotho, O., after ho was and tho other mem- hood Is said mo for credit. Please don't ask to loso any moneyI hot In tho collar pipes nnd otherwise high. Dr. Morgan is reported uncon-bcIo- nearly exhausted and after ull other bers smoking cob sell goods too cheap remedies had failed. and barely alive. making thomselves comfortable. Mark Hardin. m New percale, new calicoes, Severance Si Sons. - The millinery opening at the Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonvllle, la proving so successful that it will be Wn sell Chase & Sanborn's fntnous continued through the week. Boston coffees. Hlgglns & McKinnoy. today. LAND AND STOCK. 3 NEW SHOES. W. f-three-year-old, O. 10 two-year-o- ld post-olll- ce Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. c' two-ye- ar 1,000-pou- nd - TO-DA- Y Is The Last of Our Millinery Opening and You are Most Cordially Invited to Call. 11 1 JOHN P. JONES. 1 M ..' ! EVERY THING m e Warm & Dry. UN ON SUITS SEVERANCE & GOO-pou- ntl Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Boots, Cloaks, y, r, co r., I. I ,1ii 4 'i i i i SOWS. 1 vin i il. En-ge- l, m m LOOK HERE Corn Harvesters, I ii sum-mone- 1 Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, ? ii three-year-o- B. K. WEAREN & SOW. four-year-o- ld -- - -- - i 1 m BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. ii i seven-year-o- ld ta 9 few i v. m J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. ... two-year-- prob-babl- am ft sis-to- o r 1 us on accounts, . f . v :' Zti i.- -, JU 11 -- .' y -- AT- : . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DANVILLE. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eu.'blials.4Tvi.oAyc aniFtlAav 3 PICK YKA.lt IX ADVANCE When not opalJffl2.CO will lie charged. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dallcloua. Pff POWDER Absolutely Furs fOSta CO., mtf Mr YORK. A Cblcapo butcher named Mike Swift has been married six times and has HI Hvlnv children. vireauj -- i uivurvu suns uuu uuwi. tiled at Bowling Green for the next term of court, moro than a month olT. John Werner, of Louisville, and Miss Jessie Risk, of MadUon,. deaf mutes, were married Wednesday by a deaf mute minister. John Grav wedded Kate Larcen at Frankfort, on a license taken out eipht years ago. She was reluctant while he was persistent n Though GO years old, Richard killed Mrs. Blanch Wlnshlp at Cleveland and committed suicide. Jealousy was the cause. Mrs. Charles Sparling1, a bride of six weeks, is charged by Ottawa, Ont., authorities with the mur Dlck-erso- The "Noel Sisters" had a stylish and attractive millinery opening Saturday. The colored church fair promises to be ono of interest, judging from the number of prizes offered. The residence on Main streot recently remodeled by Mr. Reuben Williams, of Stanford, will make an attractive home. Synod convenes at 2nd Presbyterian church on the morning of tho llth. Many extinguish divines nro expected to bo present. ' Mr. C. J. Jackson sold a residence on Malu Street to Mrs. Settles for S3.000. Mr. Rice has bought tho In terest of Mr. Yeagerlti the llvory firm of Yeager & Rice. Dr. W. C. Roberts bought two handsome carriage horses from Mr. L. K. Rogers. Mr. Harry Giovannoll and Miss Car- NOTICE. The Charles Wheelsr Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Tho Farmers Hank .V Trust Co., located at Stanford, in tho State of Kentucky, Is doting up It affairs. All creditors of inld Hank therefore nro hereby notified to present their clnlmsugalnst Mild Hank for pay ment J. II. OWSLEY. Cashier. Tho Lincoln County National Hank, of Slniiford, Ky., has succeeded tho Farmers Hank & Trust Co,, of Stanford. Ky., and has assumed all Its liabilities, assets und entim business. S. II. SHANKS, 1'itv.Mciit. J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. Our Fall Stock Has . Ar- - rived - LOUISVILLE HOTEL Loulsvlllo, Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN , The Ladies Itcstfturnnt is the (lncit in Every convenience for ladles spending the day in the city. (tcntleiK ii' Cafe on olllco lloor. the city. And U Kcady for Your Inspection. ROVAl BAKIkO JSSt w arc a bit cr&nky we. der of her husband. Mrs. Llllle Belle Wise, of Lexing ton, will sue for alimony, but will not give her husband a chance to marry and mistreat nnothcr woman. Mr. J. W. Rout has received Invitation to tho marriage of his relative, Newton Bright, Jr., of Eminence, to Miss May Mattox, of Shelbyville, which is to occur on the 10th. Mrs. Richard Ulcks, of Vine Grove, is a grandmother at III. Sho was mar ried at 14 and had a daughter, who was married at 13 and now has a child. Mrs. Beulah M. Dutton, formerly resident of Cincinnati, has compromls- el her case against Millionaire J. If. Hanan, of Brooklyn, for $103,000. She sued him for 81o0,000 for breach of promise. You Take Pills'? Everybody docs! ize But not every one we yets. them as pure as those who patron- our store, Pet haps tibout tho purity of everything Might make more money if we sell. substltut ed some harmless substances for high priced drugs, but as human life depends In Webster county a young fellow, while out driving at night with a girl, got gay. The young woman dropped her fan and her companion got out to iret It. The girl put the whip to tho horse and drove back to town alone, leaving him to foot It. Elder D. G. Combs closed a meeting at Bear Wallow resulting in 22 confessions and a visible revival of spirit. He and Elder James Young held a meeting at Level Green, Garrard county, last month with 24 baptisms and confessions and 12 by letter. Richmond Climax. The engagements announced of Geo. W. Evans, Jr., to Miss Mlnnn Crutch-er- , the handsome and accomplished daughter of Hon. W. L. Crutcher, T V II? & Kd Dr. A.. G. Lovell has built an addition tre to his residence and otherwise improvyouth. nuiiaiDg. ed it greatly or late. With its boautlful Three Shelbyville girls are to wed lawn it U a most attractive home. three preachers Miss Llllle Bryan Wo saw a picture recently of Dr. ni'tnt tilnces alout ton n. HrernlH'rry Ilrlglit Ma u ford. K in Thomas and Rev. Howard Cree, of the John Mason Williams, who is now locaMaysvllle Christian church; Miss Wll-len- ted with tho troops near Lcxiugton. Helvis Abbott arid Rev. John Judging from his uppearance camp life We aro In the trade with FnlN Hranchand Franklin Watson, of the Baptist must agree with him and he looks quite other good Coal-.- . A No Hay, Corn. Oats shlpmitT. Flour. See. We nNo handle llrlck church at Orrvllle, Ala; Miss Jennie handsome in military uniform. and Sand. Kuniember no take Farm Pro3LUS 03ASS NUBSEBISS. FALL '23. Huss and Rev. Robert D. Hardin, of Is credited with ducts In exchange. Prompt delivery and llockcastle county Olllco and !cnlus nil ordef. Cincinnati, pastor of the Bellview auother murder, although the partici- attentlou to deiH)t. Tcleghonu No. 41. uoar L. N. Evtrv thin)? for Orchard. Lawn mii1 A: PENCE. OOIco over Hlgglns & McKlnney't Store. Christian church. lived In Laurel county. A man pants Fruit and Urnamental Treo.s Shiuiw. Solicits a share of tho patronage of tho comEditor H. E. Woolfolk, of the Ad named Boono killed a Mr. Whitt last I. s". We uNo earn Sowing Machines. Hes Vine-.Fruit. Khurxirb. Apnr-aitH- s 50 munity. Parts and Attachments and do all kinds of and all i.tock srrown In nurerl.w. Wi. vocate, pays this deserved compliment Saturduy night. Tho ofliccrs went to repairing. W ces reaonablo nn we employ no ajfents. to his associate Harry Giovannoll, who the scene of tho killing and held an "MtaIoue on application to was married Wednesday to Miss Carrie Inquest, the jury bringing In a verdict II. I IIILLENMEYEIS. telephone 2T. (rth Ky. Klnnaird: "In connection with an oc- of murder. Boone hud escnped, howcasion of this character it will be par- ever, and has not been found. Whisky donable in the writer to express his was the cause of the trouble. 7A.7.TE3 B30?., HcKIl.TS?. great allectlon for the groom, his unThe protracted, mooting which Bro. ii stinted admiration for his noble nature, I. M. Boswcll ia conducting at tlte H0MEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN & fine traits of character, and his sunny Christian church increases in Interest. SURGEON, disposition, and his high regard for Large crowds greet him nightly and his exceptional qualities as a journal many are convinced of the error of - xist. God bless Harry and his bride their way. Such ponetratlng logic nnd Olllco over Hlgglns & McKlnney' Store. and may their future be ono of unalloy- clear explanation of tho word of God ed happiness." will doubtler-- lead many into Christ's fold. Bro. Boswell has just closed a The Negroes of Mlllersburg, aro meeting Junction City, which result- No. 7 Cap Step Slove, 6(J 00, comp'cte at greatly excited over tho belief that with all the vessels. 0? PERSONAL PnOPEHTT. ed In 23 conversions. George Allen was hurled alive. He Miss Rosa Cllne, of Wildlc, visited died, apparently, and laid on tho coolAm Dealer in Having rented my farm, I will on friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Ilensic ing board six hours, but was warm HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. when placed in the collln. The arms Brown, of Parksville, were guests of Oct. 13, 1898, Judge and Mrs. G. W. McClure. Mrs. Cents per Joint. Stove Pipe at b were limber, and had to bo tied across STANFORD, KY. At my rosldonco I miles from Stanford, ou Dr. Burdett, of Brodhead, Is the guest the body to keep them In place. The the Stanford and HiiHonvHlo pike, ell to of Mrs. Nannie Albright. Jack Ping me nigiiest iililiier the follow burial took place, and after the collln property ! Centre College. Mrs Julia Lincoln County National Sank. was lowered into the grave, the sexton has entered 15 steep.. has returned from a visit to 27 said that the Negroes wanted to act Davis hteers. I will public auction Louisville. A. Pennington writes from one nmesell at 01 Jioreianu, ivy atonmy f.uin 10 Durham milk cows and calves. . like white folks and loft the grave to uai . TKEASUKV DEI'AKTMENT, orriCB or the Ala., that they expect to go bo filled up by tho sexton. When he Anniston, COMITUOIXEII Or THE CUIIIIEXCY. Durhain bull. Oct. 20, 1898, 1 No. familyregNtered No. btood maro. Miss Alma to Porto Tvico very soon Washington, I). C, August fltli, Is'JS. began throwing dirt in, ho heard a hore. 2 1; horie, Hunt Is the guest of Misses Annie and Whereas, by satisfactory evidence pre- kicking on the lid nnd went horo. 1 The following described property.: oil to get year-olmare, mare. 2 landO sented to the undersigned. 'it has been niudo mare bv Oambotta year-oi Nice Suslo Thompson. Editor James Maret hiigar maro inulo, 2 a and to appear that "The Lincoln Count v Na- some one to help take the body up, bat gelding by C. I'. Clay, maro mules, maae mule, 3 tional Hank of Stanford," In the cltv of could get no assistance. He then went has been quite busy with the now tele- Wilkes 1 gelding by C. F.t'lay, 1 maro mules. A No Stanford, in tho county of Lincoln 'and phone lines. Mrs. Cleo Brown has combined male, very gentle, a number farming Implements consisting all of my of everyStuto of Kentucky, has compiled with all back and proceeded to fill tho grave, retu'-nefrom the city. Carroll Port-ma- of colts from to 1 year- - old by Ceclllan and thing iiecev.ury to s o farming. tho provisions of tho Statutes of tho United the entombed man kicking all the time, other noted horses further breeding given my Household and Kitchen Furniture. of Stanford, Is shaking hands on day of sale 1 extra nice pair inarumules. States, required to bo comp led with before but no attention was paid to the kick, Also 13 230 an association shall be authorized to comS. H.Martin, a Jersey milk cow, 2 brood miws, iu shoat.s, 400 Shocks bushels Oats. Hulcs barrels2 Coru, Fodder, 300 liny, lariro mence tho business of Hanking. as tho sexton said, It was too late to with his old friends. lot clover hay Iu barn, corn and other feed, Hicks of lluv. staunch democrat from Maretsburg, lot haled nt raw, t arming implements Now, therefore, George M. Collin, Deputy kick then. TEU5IS. All sums of S10 and under and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do was l.cre a few days ago. wagon, a a feed In hand; over that amount negotiable cash hereby certlfv that "The Lincoln County Gov. Bradley has named Oct. 10th as wagon, Champion Hinder, 2 Mowers 1 hay on CO days' time without Interest with note National Hank of Stanford" In thj Cltv o'f THANKS. I wish to thank tho many rake, 1 cultivator, plows harness, Sec, ono ,W. H. MUltl'HV, Stanford. sianroru, m the county of Lincoln and LaFayette day and requested the pub Frailer Cart. Frnzler Sulky und StaU) of Kentucky, Is authorized to coni- -' lic schools to observe It by conducting friends of my dear old mother for their bike wheels both, 1 set buggy with high uud harness lueuco the business of Banking as provided exercises of a patriotic nature und col- kindness during her luto illness, which Household and Kitchen Furniture. , la Section fifty ono hundred and slxtv nine ca.hj ovlect funds to be used in erecting a mon- she appreciated very much. I alrio Tckms. Sums of 810 and under IS oftti: Kovi-e- d Statutesof tho United er that umouut credit till Jan. 1, with" la testimony whereof witness myStates. d hand ument to tho gallant Frenchman to be thank them for the kindness to Mr. out interest. Negotiable noto with good ad seal of olllco this ninth day of August, Hustonville, - - - Kentucky unveiled at Paris, July 4, 11)00. and myself and I will ever bold security required of purchaser. aaa T. H. SMILEY. Morelatid, Ky. GEO. 51. COFFIN, dear in memory the warm and sympaThe endless chain letter scheme has Ofltra blsaerTlci Deputy and Acting Comptroller of tho N. n. Will rent my houso and lot In ana Casey countiea. to the people of West Utcoln thetic feelings of my friends during Full ituck of CutBnaaud Cuk. been adopted to ralso tho funds for tho this Currency ureal trial. With long lived re- Moruland publicly ou day of sale not rented ttaalwaraon band. Me. 5lSa 47. privately before, Kentucky battleship's silver service, I), ii. Carpenter. Manager. I araj J. J. Bldlcman. spects, 95 'Stanford, Ky. under Collector on the quality of our preparations we sell former chief clerk Rodes. The happy event is to take only the best. place some time in November. RichThe best is never too good for our trade mond Register. Mrs. Warren Beckwlth, daughter of Robert T. Lincoln, has left Mt. Pleasant, la., where she went shortly after her elopement and marriage to Warren Beckwlth, football and baseball player, and will henceforth live in ChiMKS. U D.SIMPSOX, Pror.. cago. Her husband got tired of her : und went to the war, and sho will seek Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd a divorce. Porters tablo. Everything Jacob Razor, of Lockport, has 89 meet all trains. just married Miss Martha Eddlns.whom ho loved but failed to get over three A. S. score years ago. He is SO and has been twice married, while his bride, who is jSurgeon ".", has had three other husbands. The Dentist, old man says that notwithstanding his two matrimonial ventures he has never ceased to love the sweetheart of his OffidbOTcr McUoberts' Iru? Store In the;Owiley Penny's Drug Store. M aso n H otel first-clas- s. l.ancaster, Kentucky. rie Klnnaird were quietly married THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Wednesday at noon at the residence of Manager. Mr. James Klnnaird, tho uncle of the .MtHic - Tiiosdav, ThurHday and Sunday bride. Ceremony performed by Dr Kvunlii". Green assisted by Dr. Savage., The bridal presents were numerus and ele gant. They left utonce for Now York. Miss Linda Owsley, of Stanford, Is thex guest of Mrs. J. S. Wells. Mrs. iron Fence. D. P. Rowland is visiting Mrs. I. S. Cyprcr Shingles. McElroy in Lexington. Miss Condlt, to be tho of Ashland, willaraivo guest of Miss Quisenberry. Miss Mad- .( KY". on Bell, of Louisville, will bo tho guest of Miss Lilian Bohon for a few OP 11ROOKLYN, days. Mr. and Mrs. Tingle, of LexingMill AVnrk. Metal .Hoofing:. & ton, attended the GIovannali-Kinnalr- d Caledonian : wedding. Gov. J. Proctor Knott nnu Mrs. Knott were called to Lebanon to Co., oi Kcotlnud. see their neicc, who is very ill. Miss Bessie Mouks entertained at cards KOUNDKD 1HOO. Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. A. W. Riley, of Kansas City. Prof. Flattery, of Boston, formerly physical mWf .. ,iFmPmjmimm?mmhJmmWBBwR H Am:rEM mmWkyii "vJl Centre College was mingling STANKOIIP, KY with old friends this week. Mr. W G. Proctor left Tuesday to join his family In Denver, Col. Mr J. Sue Irvine GerC. trude, of Bowling Green, is with her mother for a few days. Miss Laura The Mahan eurortaincd Monday evening In honor of Miss Barker, of Somerset. Miss Eva Grant entertained a few Stanford, Ky., friends Tuesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Warflcld Riley, of Kansas City. Is Receiving IiIn And Miss Mary Worthington and Mr. B. P. McMakln, of Bloomfleld, were marWinter CIooiIh. ried Thursday morning at the resiSome iiunuLtrturen liniinlc Goods Warranted. Wc are out this year with some nrw improvement. dence of her mother near Danville and We don't; wc originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. . Fit Guaranteed. left at once for a trip east. Messrs. M, J. Farris and R. G. Evans have returnGive Him a Call. ed from Asheville, N. C. Mrs. Toune, of Tampa, Florida, is the guest of Mrs. When you are oftV red a disc drill Others are imitation!. We were unable to fil J. M. Bryant. Mr. J. C. Watson, son our orders last year, and kindly ask you to place your order with im early for thejlut FIRST NATIONAL BANK of commander Watson of the U. S. Na CJFSTANFOUIl, KY. vy, is in Danville to enter the law school. Miss Mayme Waggoner has Cayit&l SUck S 100, WO. Surphi, 115.750 returned to Covington. We have decided to Extend our Millinery Opening- which begun Wednesday to the end of this week". Nice Line Jackets, Capes and Collarettes. FIRE INSURANCE to-da- y A.C.SINB, R 3k (STANFORD, saa b- Insuranoe Company Insurance PH12IVIX .- RB.MAHONY.Agt, H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall xkh mfl EiH MmUtmmmmmU Always Ask For The "Superior," HIQGINS an-l & McKINNBY. IFOSTZEJID. tfn. MT. VERNON. PRICE, The soldier boys In blue arc at home on a furlough enjoying their freedom and the good fare of home for awhile. Quite a number attended eorviccs at Oak Hill last Sunday. This finished the meeting conducted by Klder Car-micha- l. &y DR. P. W. CARTER, Attention of the public l raltr.1 to the ht that Itils U tbruiilr Nattoual Hauk iu htautjr.l. the pntiltUni ot lh NatUnal Jtasik Act h"iiv. ip4 Imnh. on h rajiltal itork, ili'ltur arc wcurrti not only lir tit Inr ( urn and ha t.u,M Ai Wo have pitted our Imiclt and hereby Imt llii! ilerkhuldm' ltatiilltr an awbuut Call on or Micm, J I ciTen to uit ibet-that warn all p.TMihi fruui -on thorn eualtn KVMted w fiiixl djMituiiorihiilutttu. lw Mit I.AUY, uulortl, Ky a tWu are of f roro for any purpose whatever, tinder of itateHien!) i( th mudllhiuulJw,ii. lite iual tlie lUnk are the law prm Idod In surh earh Ik the I'mtcl Matrs (.uterunitnt anil it S. II. HAFUHMAN. wli are niulne. at tiiuri ly KutribHient T. I). NKWLANl). gent, tam r tt.IJllloLal and ti!trt J. W. HAFOIIMAN. A. M. PENCE. Ig ileiHoll.irt. E. E PATTEIISON. M w. Hip s'avv. Hand HAFOIIMN. With Planer. lU-.- ir, Thi Innttutkjn wtelBallT rjUWIilicl at the MItS. V. Ultl.MI. Corn Mill, Feod Mill. Ac . New ISxtW Eiiginu. .". II. SHANKS, reorcaaltrd u ple IU11W of SUNfonl In I1U9, then iMii E. LVNN .10 hore power Holler all ItiKOwiruMiliijtor-derwlt- h J. atitlijalo luraimnai nini cfSlaHkinl in FnrruandH acres of a reoivnlitda Iho First National Hank of Staufortl an HHlnteiiHtel Iiai liail in Timber (.nod. large building, good wuter. rean. It is betlei uiiltel tioir will In connecfruits and vlnvard. Good laullltM fcr traiiaenc Ui.lnr. pruMpttr and For tion. A good'bnrpuln for two families. I will sell rivHttv rnv homo on Daurllle thau ner Wore In It lonu ahil lieMralilt full particular, call on the owner. Ike, ll4 miles from Stanford. Contain (Hirer. AecAunts of Indlrlduali, CiliularUt.Qrmi .103. WILLIMANN. ar.d liiJIrlJ j1i illoHe.l. , acres. I well Improved and one of the 01-Jumbo. 1' ., Lincoln Co.. Ky. IVj.Wtw. writ watered .VS'kS?. FARM FOR SALE, MaUul In Tulluiu iuir-iiaer tine culllt-Ikm- aniii Q t, L'n-ti- lr k tr Saw Mill For Sale. re jtr ililt j- ult cilit-flirt-t- 1. Nice Home For Sale. !.', tirw-llrall- ly 8t DINICTOKI. or NOTICE. Fruits, Flowers, Shade! Uar-de- Lincoln Co.: J. W. S. T. HarrU, ' ts. If. lUngbiuau, " J S. llocker, T I'. Hill. V I U'alton W. A. TrllitilP. J. 11 CollNr.Cral. OrehM M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. M , U.bltuoro, fttaufotil. F. ltM, r J S. Hoc A. orricia. kr, I'reMntj J. J MtIUlrti A McKlnnrr,A..,UnlC4,lilr. CaihU Dentist, Stanford, Ky. .V, n. . "Big Pour Route," Jiest line to und from j J,CtJVJcGIjAy jgxggc THE CYCLONE. Toledo and Detroit. All points ia Michigan, DR. R. M. PHGLPS, . CHICAGO. While City Special. L'est Terminal Station, fcfvjbi Bedsteads at $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50. 1 Stanford, Kentucky. ST. IiOTJIS Avoiding the Tunnel. BOSTOU. Wagner Sleeping Cars UNDERTAKER! PUBLIC SALE! HEW YORK. Cars. Warner Sleeping Compartment Curs, Coaches and lining Cars. lie sure your ticket read via IJ10 FOUIt i: O. McCOKMIGK. I). 11. MAHTIX, 1'ass. Ti iillic Mgr, tJetf. Pass. ATkt. Agt, (Jars 1'rhntu. .Ci.NCINWATJ, (). IJiHlet Nice Box Stove all Complete, $10. Thursday, 3 I'arlor Ko-cgn- nt PUBLIC SALE 1 11 to-w- lt: ."I yearling-heifers- ThurNday, 1 Soutnern Railway THE 1 1 1 1 2- in ipo D d 1 FiPTIIFIM I T' m uaiui I'll 1 IT.NETItATES n, 1 Una-clas- Al-.s- EIGHT GREAT STATES 1 Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, deorgla North und South Carolina, Alubumn Mississippi. low-whe- el 1 Through Sleeping Cars Ilctween Louisville uno" J. T. SUTTOWr. Undertaker, "" the South. 1)1", Al-for- THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington W. A. TUUK, O. p. A.. Washington. II O. W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. Louisville, Ky. tr --- J -- ?- ..