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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898101101 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. ' rvwmn'mwrn ffsmmpi9?-M- w""1 v "'"'Tr' K-- SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, CHURCH CHATTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. DANVILLE, 11. 180S. NO. t ft G3 Another cut In sugar brings tho wholesale price of granulated to 1.71 nut. Tho bankers will meet In thulr 7th annual session nt Louisville the 12th and Kith. Tho yellow fever situation In Mls- BlBslmtl trots woroo. The Infected nruu Increasing. Fire at Atlantic City destroyed 20 buildings on the beach front, entailing Is u loss of $200,000. been organized with E. C. Mahan man" ager and J. S. Steeley captain. Harvoytown Is tho name of a new jiev. ir. NORTHCUTT. In Casey and Sarah E. Mills Rev. II. A. Northrutt, the Missouri has been appointed postmaster. evangelist, Is drawing grout crowds to The wife of William Carnc-- , of Clay the Christian church and tho members county, has presented him with twins are enthusiastic over his eloquent and for the third time in succession. The Russell County Fair Company convincing sermons. All who have hoard him are singing his praises and a filed articles of Incorporation with the glorious meeting is predicted. Services Secretary of State, with $5,000 capital confession of a Hills-borA death-bestock. at 10 a. M. and 7 l. M. daily. O., woman, clears up a bloody Mrs. Ann McAfee, wife of one of the A pretty good 'picture of Mr. North- murder wiiion nan oeen a mjsiury uir cutt is given above. He is a nativo of pioneer settlers of Morcor county, died 1 diameter. years. MlrMiiiri but in his evangel of 12 years nt Salvlsa, in tho 8,7th year of her age, Synod which convenes at the 2nd Tho Now York Ledger has buen ho has preached all over from paralysis. the United changed to n monthly, to avoid tho Presbyterian church Tuesday, promiWilliam Clark, a Morccr county States and Canada and tho conversions compelll on of the Sunday editions of 4I.by was clubbed and dangerously In- ses to be unusually Interesting. The ' avernged SOOa year his efforts have Inauguration of Rev. C. K. Crawford dally papers. Tho general board of the Christian jured by a Negro burglar whom he as professor in the Theological seminaThe U. S. Court of Appeals alllrmed church employs him and the fact that detected in his house. the decision of tho lower court giving It ha held him Tho temperance people of Richmond, ry will occur on Wednesday and inauglong is proof of his uration or Dr. W. C. Roberts as presiM. A. Spurr. of Nashville, two years high standing as an evangelist. Mr. Waco and Union City magisterial dis dent of Centre College on Thursdav. In the pen for faUo certification of Northcutt's father was also a preacher tricts nave uieu anomer petition tor a 100 visitors are expected. bank checks. and for 44 years told the story of Jesus vote on local option to be taken Dec. 11. Miss Boh on entertained tho Junior J. K. Jackson was run over and kill Willie, the son of Dr. ud his love. Social Club Friday evening at 8 o'clock ed by an Illinois Central train while "Uncle" Joo Hopper, of Porryville, W. H. Hurrislde, died at Barbourvllle. attempting w cross the track at Saturday' of diphtheria. The little at the residence of Mrs. McFerran. will begin a mooting at Corbtn this Ills horso was alo killed and week, one was a relative of Mrs. M. C. Burn-sid- Miss Edna Coulter has gone to the DANVILLE, .Omaha Exposition. Mrs. James Lane 136. the buggy demolished. of this place. I'd Hubburd and Sauiuol H. Jones Allen received her friends Informully Paris is almost in a btatc of siege as will begin a meeting at Mt. Morlah Adair county went dry by a majority result of tho strike of tho workmen church, Highland, next Sunday. of 510. The call for the election takos Monday afternoon at .1 o'clock. Misses on tho exposition and other buildings. Tho W. C. T. L, of Ohio, demands liquor out of the hands of the druggists Bering and Scruggs, the popular visiIron Fence. Cypress Shingles. Is spreading, and troops are woman (ullrage, condemns President ami only distillers can eoll In quanti- tors of Mrs. D. W. Mahan, have reTho strike turned to Decatur, III. The invitascattered all over tho city to nuppros McKlnloy for permitting the canteen ties not less than live gallons. tions to an informal reception for Friany disorders. e u.-In the army camps and opposes tho While returning from church at Tho $2.,00u damage suit of Mrs. Hen- of birds on ladies' hats. Woodstock, Ellx Eldridge and Walter day afternoon at o'clock were recallrietta Itoth, widow of Joseph I loth, Dr. Woods In his Bowling Green Estes engaged in a quarrel, which end- ed by Mrs. Geo. H. Bruce on account ngalnot tho L. & N. and C. fc O. rail- Courier pays a beautiful eulogy to Rev. ed in Eldrldgo shooting Estos In the of Illness In the family. Mrs. John roads, was compromised after It wont George O. Harnos In mentioning tho right shoulder, inflicting a painful fluguely Is visiting relatives in LexMill Work. Metal Koofing. ington. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Roberts to trial, for $.1,000. Hotb was killed at fact that hu is old and In need' at his wound. n iTOflng in Louisville. homo In Sauibel Island, Fla. At Evergreen. Jackson county, Rev. will eutertain tho Synod, the facility Rev. Honry N. Faulconer tondored James Tuns ford and son shot and kill- - and board of Centre College Tuesday. At Wll&on's store, Ohio county, John " i iUuinsoD, woo nas spent '"8. on ..ii.,.,h ...., Stone and Robert Powers ongaged In a his resignation as mstor of th Pres- ,wi vh linn, !!. ln summer In Chicago, is with her fight over a girl In which boll, wore so byterian church Sunday morning. Ho sliliimv whri ..v.,,,, "- - t. ,r.,r. 'W'""C. ,WKWV '"' badly hurt thnt it Is thought thoy will will ongnge in evangelical work In the them bocause he thought they had in- -' Mslur' ' die. Stone used a corn knife and Pow- mountains of Kontucky. -- Lanenstor formed revenue agents oil him. HUBBLE, Record. it ers a pair of brasn knucks. W. I. RIgglris. who was ut) froml 91 Rev. John R Raoves, presiding Casey Saturday, said that he saw sever- 1). Sn&toii. a brother of Mrs. J. C. Eubanks sold some Goorgo ' of the Ltxingtou district, was al car loudi of pumpkins go on In After receiving mill pitting In position car big stock for Pall and Winter the 'steers to Goorgo Wood at 4c. J. J. 1! William McKlnloy, was assassinated older badly injured at Mason. Ho bought a freshet Friday in Green Rivor. He Walker sold some ready for the bl trailo wo arc sure to enjoy, wo are glail to know that plain while standing on tho stops of a priSonthorn railroad ticket for that place. also says that much of the corn In the ' cattle at .1 00 to George Wood. T. C. vate rusldonuti, whither hu had gono to Rankin Is In Cincinnati with a car load flj make a call, In Canton, O. Mrs. Anna but thu train ran through there at 20 river bottoms U rotting. miles an hour, and ho jumped oil and Jesse Lynch was tried bv the U. 3.! of his cattle. George Wood shipped a C, George Is under arrest on suspicion was serious) v hurt. And every Kind but the poor kind. We Invite you to call on us and if wo court at Louisville for representing load of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati j of having committed tho crime. Ladles, get the proper toe SHOE?. jilea-- o you. tell others. If not tell u. himself as Johu Large and obtaining n' Saturday. J. H. Pence, the new A French doctor says when a man McXINNEY. which N broad; the vnmp short. Wo cuu show them. Shoes for everyIn charge, will preach at the letter with 31.70 In It from tho hns his hoad rumored by tho guillotine body. The Worth N tho attractive feature. Men's Furnishing"!, Trunks. Goorgo McKinnoy, Jr., is thu happy hamshurg postolllco. The jury dls- - Methodist church bore Saturday night' senses of sight, smell J,'io retains tho Sunday morning. News comes im hearing for throo hours after the father of a lino boy whose advent In tho agreed and he wn held to the Febru-'an- d ary term. from George White In Denver, Col., supH)sed execution, and that death by family was announced on tho 1st. A "smooth" stranger who gave his' that his health is not Improving any Rev. A. Mobloy preached at the Rap-t'The Leading Shoe ami Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. such a method Is one of the most prochurch Sunday morning, and Rev. name as Robinson presented a check now. He has been there for some longed forms of capital punishment. Sisli to tho Madison National Bank, of Rich- - months for lung trouble. Tho steamer Warrlmao, from Aus- Marshall discoiuvod at tho Presbytemond, for 8,(K.2 with the firm name tralia, roKrts that tho Head Hunters, rian church in the afternoon. Pjblds a Hanson's Mixstkels. The canuery closed down last week of Hurst & Towler fciffnud. Teller a cannibal faction of the natives of longest and most successful Cniteher telephoned to tlio firm which When you .hear tho exhllirntlng sound ' Keudovla, recently captured a village, aftortha any knowledge of the check omci.uan, ".."-.G- -an,, and, after putting many of tho Inhab- season's business since its Establish-menThe buz of tho machinery, and when he turned to notify the stran- Band next Saturday, loth, and itants to donth, returned home with .K) entire company on parade, you take It as with largely Increased capacity, will bo ger he had departed. A 31 S prisoners. Thesw :J0 wore killed and a gentle reminder of the fact that it is The Cincinnati has a dUpa'eh heard on time next Summer. oalon at a feast glvun ic honor of their Miss Georgia Moore gave a birthday from Maysvllle that Mr.--. Crump, who' time to purchase your tickets for the victory. evening entertainment, which will, It party Friday evening and entertained a was bccretly pardoned out of the Gov. Bradley has sunt letters to tho Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under culby Gov. Brown for tho murder is boldly claimed, excel anything yet tured ami experienced teachers number of her young friends, but many .'U circuit judges of .ho Statu calling wore kept away on account of the rain, of her husband, was married recently seen here In minstrelsy. Tho proSpecial attention given to Primary and Prepiratory Clases, their attention to tl fact that ponco which Cull nt the Collese and get a copy of our N'ow (Tatalosue, or writo for ono to MRS. fell here Incessantly from early to u man in London, who fell in love gramme Is one succession of absolute olllcors aro not ontltled to rewards with hor while Abe was in the pen and novelties and timely hits and includes NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoid, Ky. morn until late in tho night. for tho capture of osenpad crimS. R. Walls has movod back from that she is now v n r in that mountain the new first part, an Kvcnlng with the inals in Kentucky, and urging them to Dlx's rivar and Is now peacefully domi- U)wn. Tho name of the'luisband is not Klks, Tho Golden Showers, a SpectarE 1q moro caruful in tho future about cular March. The Grand Old Guard, :i!) ciled In his old home South of town. given. ordering ruward money paid to such An attempt was made at Richmond The Magnificent Dancing Diversions M Rev. W. P. Morgan has arrhed with persons. Tho governor has evldonce by unknown persotis to assassinate Al- and several other positive innovations, his family from Crab Orchard and has " that criminals arc hid out till a re- moved Into for tho J. W. terminating with The Dance of Dawson the property recontlv vaca-ta- d len Zarlng. ward is offered and then thoy arc Zarintj Gram and Mill Company. Re City 400. The above attraction will by W. T. Dodd. speedily brought in. A number of young men whose names turning home at u late hour, ho was appear at Walton's Opera House, SatA dispatch from Washington says tired at three times, and was compelled urday lu. wo withhold, and that tho war bond Issue was a god send deeply pained at whoe friends are to hide behind n tree to escape the lif their actiou, got HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. to tho banks, which arc absorbing most druulc (so one of them, we learn, murderous aim of the assassin, who Its effect is of tho small holdings. Wo have two children who are subhas confessed) Sunday night and wont from tho Hash of his pistol was seen to Tjl1 Without a clean, well shined shoe no one is well dressed. Ours aie noticed In tho increase of circulation ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an only a few feet distant. to Mr. Lamb's on MIddleburg street be nsshown by tho treasury reports. While und Col. Bennett II. Young bought the attack is coming on my wife gives tore down a lot of his fence, and tho wholo Increase of circulation for Richmond, N'ieholasvlllc, Irvine and them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy-andisturbed some of their best friends by tho year ended September .'10 was It always prevents the attack. I; tholr loud cursing and nad bohavioron Beattyvlllo railroad for a syndicate tho Increase In tho slnglo month tho street. Such shameful couduet is composed of Fawk, of England ; McGann Is a household necessity In this county of September was as much as $lt,277,-00tho result of tho Illegal sale of whisky and Prayer, of Canada; Dr. G. W. and no matter what else we run out of, The entire circulation of National In this Hvans, C. D. Chenault, of Richmond, It would not do to be without Chambersection. bank notes on October 1 wus $2.!3,:ifG,-(15In Justice ColToy's court here, Satur- U. B. Million, D. M. Chenault, Judgo lain's Cough Remedy. More of It Is sold here than of all other cough mediday, a couple of rudo hoys, Claudo s John Chenault, Cabbell II. Chenault, Ifh Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Soles, Black and Tan, Kid on Vest and Arthur Phillips, wero fined G. W. Kvans, Jr., and Bennett II. cines combined. J. M. Nickle, of Captain Walnwright, owned by J. ), ing Tops. Same Colors and Styles in Children's Young, for SJ(10,000, the upset price. Nickle Bros., merchants, Xlckleville. G. Cecil, of Danville, brought 8S2.7, at $20 caoh for disturbing tho Snnduy Pa. For 6alo by Craig & Hooker, Shanklin's salo. no Is a black colt by School at Now Salom church a few days Secretary Alger has sent a very Druggists, Stanford, Ivy. Gambotta Wilkes, foaled In ISO", and ago. A darkoy damsel of tho Turners-vlllm answer to tho questions of neighborhood was also lined So has gono a trial quarter In H.7J seconds. Lvtld. The young folks hereabouts, the war investigation commission, and Ho was bought by Wm. Runyan, of for assaulting auother lady of like de- will be asked to try ugain. Ho falls to especially George Farris, of your city, scription. James Basttu was honorably Philadelphia. name the person responsible for the will regret to hear that the boat that acquitted of tho charge of illegally J! has been on Brlght's Mill Pond, so Iu all the latest toes. Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boots. Bro-- .' The commissioner reports the yield appropriating to his own Interests a location of any of tho camps save that long, was taken off by tho high 32 can Boots from $1.60, up. bushels quantity of molasses or x.. of corn in Kentucky ut water other property at Jacksonville. Ho blames tho navy 23 Inst year. Pastures uro tho claimed by John Lay. of Friday. Tho corn In this vicinity against department for delaying the Santiago Is fearfully damaged. finest over known for tho season of th,c Farmers say campaign. Old fashions in dress may bo revlvc'd, year. thoy will huve to shuck it out right Work on tho Spanish cruiser VIzcaya Nino men constitute a jury in Mex- but no old fashioned medicine can has been abandoned, a hole 50 feet long away and let it cure in the heap and ico, and a mujorlty gives the verdict. replace Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera In the hull having been found by then crib. Alpon won the stallion stakes worth If tho jury is unanimous thuro is no and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by divers. Tho Teresa will leavo for tho I 813,000, at Hawthorne Saturday. Craig & Hooker, Druggists, Stanford. j United States next week. lEE? appeal. Thu Dnmimond Tobacco Co., has tt lust sold out to tho American Tobacco Co., for $3,457,500. John Armstrong, a Powell coiirty NVcrn. ato l.i cans of sardines In U0 minutes and won W. Financial looses and hard drinking Niwh-vlllcaused Hilly Spain, u himself. ort, to kill Stephenson A: Mackloy's store near Albany was burned, causing a loss of 81,1100, with 82,000 Insurance. Capt. Farm Lytic, of tho Kentucky University foot ball team, broke nn arm while practicing at Lexington. Ghouls attempted to 6toal tho remains of William Ponn from tholr resting place In Bticklnghatnshiro-England- . well-knoo d o, Diphtheria is raging in many parts of Mercer county. Hell county has a voting precinct known as South America. Alfonso Sai) was given l." years at for killing Joe Marplts. Herbert Smith, a young man of the Paint Lick neighborhood, died of tuberculosis Thu Fiscal 'ourt. of Madison, order-i- f od the post house erected for small- pox patients to be burned. Mrs. James Austin, of Garrard died at her home near Lan- caster, of cancer, ngod 7.7. Mis- - Jennie, daughter of W. T. Knotl. and niece of Knott, died at Lebanon after u long illness. The Williamsburg foot ball team has ex-Go- I t ; 3? post-olll- oe Messrs. Llllard Ac Stout are udding a steel celling and other Improvements t0 their drug htore on Main St. Prof. Wolf, of Lexington, has been engaged as musical director of the tre College mandolin and glee clubs. 1'ne music lovers of Danville will be lad to hour that they can purchase their music at homo. Mr. McMurrav' Munyvlllc, Term., has rented a room n t,lu Clemens House and will open a music store Mime time this month. I'10 Centre College athletic assocla-counttson noW a meeting in tho gymnasium Wednesday and the following olllcors elected: president, Lovoll Yerkes, vice- sam Unllds, secrctarj, president, Frank Taylor, troaurer, Eugene Cook. The commissioners of the D. InJ stltute held a moetlng last week and in addition to other btislne&s transacted, purchnsed the property south of the Institute, formerly owned by Squire Dodd. It joined the grounds of the school and was purchased at a low price. Mr. Lewis Marshal, of New Mexico, who visited Danville this summer sent his sister, Mrs. Cabell Bicckenridge, some lino pippin apples. Two very fine specimens can be seen In the window of Klnnalrd it McGoodwin's, each weighing li pounds and live Inches In Cer.-Lolmn- on lift AA4 Mirstints remedy in Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor. "For years, I was troubled with dandruff, largo flakes pealing and falling off. causing great annoyance. Sometimes the itching of the scalp was almost unendurable. Prescriptions from eminent physicians, put up in my own drug store were tried, but failed to afford relief. At length I used Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor, and in one week I found it helped mo. At the end of only two week?, my head was entirely free from dandruff, and as clean as a child's. I heartily recommend Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor to all who are suffering from diseases of tho scalp." Edwin Nordsteom, Drugs, etc., Sacred Heart, Minn. T Is your hair dry, harsh, and brittle? Is it fading or turning gray? Is it falling out? Does dandruff trouble you? For any or all of these conditions there is an infallible y. &-- Use Agersiioir Vigor SAVE i i; V. 1 TOM,ANBFEEiB far-me- r, Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, o six-year-- old May-Hol- d. From The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. KY. k e, I .'1 A.C.S1NBJ X5 L STANFORD, KY. 5 .i w- -- ",......"'., "oogan. -- -- Va luelsThe Trads Loadstone i ft l,:il)0-pou- nd 1,000-pou- nd I We Have Great Values to Show You I Wil-jpi'oach- er I I I I st I I s CA LOWELL & LANIER, 1V 4 f- - .1' . : - i "- t. ud cor 1 Stanford Female WILLI CjOlIege 4: i ' a T 1 It 1 HELTON, PRESIDENT. peni-totitlu- ry Next Session Will Open September 5th. of-for- 1 1 -- book-keep- er f I WtS:8:":''s; C I !! onosLo ' r tr Si l: l i BP" d 2, 7. Neat, Stylish fob Durable. r Si 0. Sip-pie- I 4i V A i o Men's Black Calf, Box Calf, it Cordivans and Tans, 1 H. J. McROBERTS.Sri'-- v j" . J 1 tiifcgaghg!:5j3my kSEK'i'','f1 ' '- -" AayasVs 1v&WmSW.&.' -- J&f jW4t4j, PV' -- ?t - lnnlntf HA 1 D I Bueu Allen', of tho Cynthlana mittee that nominated Berry for Con- JLrVlFV V clnlcr wuriiiiNot 1st. I will run II tit ninf..nl Atnl Democrat, has fallen under the ban of gress, he was greeted with loud and nulmrlfs, ami wllllm k'la.l to nmiMi tl.o wlili nil who hare to Imy. Order Ult with .1. II the displeasure of Secretary Morning-sta- prolonged cheers, and It was several Jifler will rmili 'iiiii,t a ten Ion .1. U CamIM" ii of the Kentucky Press Associa- minutes before he was able to spenk. Ky., -- Oct. ii, 1S9S tion. His propensity for fun and of He spoke nt length upon tho abuses Stanford, making fun hns gotten him into trouble heaped upon tho soldiers during tho wlh to rrtit ftir lsSs a ..inn of ftl ,n Ilir and when the trouble is with n no less present war through the criminal care- llllltw from DaiivIIIooii the Itanrilln mul M.mt..r.l W. P. WALTON. !!.' Iniirovtmrnt9 it. i..,wi, (.mr(rl, Ky august and important personage than lessness of those In command, nnd said oi , nxin ..i.um falrl i pm.1, laiiinlltu li"" Bob, the seriousness may bo Imagined. that they intend making tho war tho A'len wrote the secretary up In a faci- - solo issue for their coming campaign. Demoem.- Nominee For Congress MILLHTEBY OPENING. The consideration shown by Mr. Gil tlous style and tho consequence Is that lfviar since Hie beginning of our tOnt s o HON. G. G. he has been dented the rights, privil- bert to democrats, who may differ with My Millinery display will be open to eges and other appurtenances apper- him on tho money question. Is rapidly the public through this week All are Of Shclbr Countv taining to the association, so far as closing the breech that brought mis- invited to rail Mjb M. S. Lou an, IIiitnvillu. IIanna figures that the next Senate Morningstar can deny them. If Allen fortune' to tho domocratlo party, and duIs right, and he Is not often wrong, the Indications nru that democrats of will be 0 to 10 republican, but is bious as to the result of the congres- Morningstar has degenerated Into an every belief will rally to his suport In 42 sional races, though he affect to think Evenlngstar of the lesser magnitude, November and make certain his elecAt tbl. writing ihc store U filletl to ovcrtlwins with an nnxiuiu croud of bujers that there is no chance for the body to who will go Into entire eclipse when he tion. Tho democratic nominee has ho are out In force Demo- given amide evidence of nls ability to be democratic. It wont be If money reads the current issue of the tmi represent the district in a manner that can buy the election of congressmen, crat. will retlect credit upon his party, and Hnnna will And that all the people but ! Gi:n SUAFTi.lt was put in command his State, Is worthy of the place, and are not like many In his State, who can be bought up like sheep. The people nt Santiago, not because he was the should bo elected by a rousing majority. At this gicat nle. Ihiyrrs are coining in carriages i" whroiw and on foot. They Advocato. generally are determined that the re- best man for the place or the most de- are coming tm.pty bamlcd and gnlng nwny cm serving, but because he was a MlchlX rying bundlm of bargains Our bul-n- s sponsibility of the inhuman manner in ELECTION OFFICERS. t (luce tin lo hn buen a rrvclBtiou. (5ro.it idles of men' which the soldiers were treated shall ganger, like the secretary of war. His wthal cloih- nig, gtu pile, of boy,' perfect clothing, great lot, of Shoes. The commissioners, J. P. RltTe. B. B. lints and Furnishing be placed and the perpetrators punish blunders in the campaign and his thorCtoods nil to bo moved by the great lever -- Low Price, niU0 pricjs no nmtter how f We tie imU want to bold xtr large .h ed, and they know that this will be ough Incompetency for such an under- King undB. W. Givens met yesterday low. hv e want every lintlj to Irnow it nnd conie at onco an.l turtle, .Wtin anl taking wero fully demonstrated. Hun- and named the election officers as get a hnro of tho done only In the event of the election Ihrutijili tli winter ami vrfll m yoti frwtiMo Come and ue Low your money will hnve tlouble nnd dreds of better men than he lost their follows: of a democratic congress. The voters treble buying poaor. dollan ly mIIIhk on us for mi) thine In our line Stanford, No. 1 C. E. Gentry, D., W. ,1. l:ow...s I'stuuto.: C", l.inctfr, Ky of this district will help all they can to lives through his .Incapacity and he desired end by giving Gilbert a would have lied In dismay in face of the Sidney Dunbar, II.. judges; George B. that AnMiSisTUAToir. sai.i: enemv but for gallant Joe Wheeler. He Wenren, D., clerk, II. J. Luce, R. rousing majority. has now been assigned to the depart- sheriff. THE rads wern't in It at all In Geor- ment of tho East with headquarters at Stanford, No. 2 Albert Smith. D., gia and the pops seem to have been Governor's Island, where he regales James Tottcn, R , judges; J. B. Foster, You will never frvctMiuftlcd aain. almost entirely wiped out. The Legis- himself dally by cursing the corre D.. clerk, V. P. Curson, R., sherllT. oi l.llnMh A big line of Calico only 3o. Ynnl wide As Ailmr with the will Itleacli Cotton 8Jc. I will uu ,) J. E. Lynn, D., E. l.,ica, lature is almost solidly democratic, spondents who took his mensiire early Stanford, No. ..n, M,,0 itienrn Lotton 4c, 7o quality. Lace Curtninn 3 delegation in the campaign. vds long only lite while the congressional Patterson, II., judges; John J. Mcl.ob- Loille, Coret, lb to SO, only "Ho, worth 50c. October 22. UAM Dre-- s Skirt, So. shows up with an unbroken list of demR , clerk, V. H. Johnson, D., erts, Lad e, J.anu Skirts We. worth 75c. In th wl.tirl. of Vt tin late whlt'iire of .Iwisli-ii- t Clocks for the Imbv, ocrats. The majority for governor Is The republicans can't raise raco dis- sherllT. .luto.i.lll Ky , fell t iiiik urtl,.n .o the UdkV h , Trlm.., Cnpas OSc. r'ine line Udies' Ha., iee0c. t MliWr 20,000 greater this year than in turbance by preaching against the sepaover y Trimmed, for psc Stanford, No. 4 Alfred Ualey, R., ii fat hm;. - w "' .!'. V fbotti. Milk lS'JC. The democracy seems to be rate coach law. Tho three republican George S. Carpenter, D., judges; Hugh in luali of liwp nl lml. fjrmlnu Implnuriiti, JlSoaml;!.. Uillcs Walking Hat,, 3Sc, Jc, 78c Iiouwlu.l.l ami MtctiMi furnlltir aU1 V iirr4 awakening to the Importance of a dem- judges on the court of appeals concur- Sargent, D., clerk, G. W. Goodrich, R., of f writ In the nel.I nil I . Uthay Vim Iawi, u. red In the opinion that the law is con- slier iff. Aiaiu'rof Ami ocratic congress to right the wrongs l(c a (.!, with th will nncl. I will on ihv stitutional, Judge GulTy delivering the put on our volunteers and by the eterrlo oiler at fuMlc Crab Orchard, No. 1 A. B. Foley, mum ,Uy wt4 Jt the nal it Is going to see the body is such opinion in which this sentence appears: D., J. F. Holtzelaw, R., judges: V. A. tktii to the hlgh-- t M.Mer tho l-2- c. as will require a rigid investigation of "It is to be regretted that the law has Carson, D., clerk, J. C. King, R., rher- LUCAS McKlnley and hU war secretary. Let not been accepted by both races ab de- ltl. , .. ,. . farni well lHiwoTel and . . about ...... - -Tblf the democrats of the Stb Kentucky signed and intended for the benefit, urao urcnarii. fo. ... . ueay.iev. . Of . i.i.i. Wann f .niiivJi1..n i Tho rrtMeavt . a Children's nnd Mines' Union Suits 21c. i ' D., Clay Chappell. R., judge.: John Ed la.ru ..r.1. ....v.. frjlllIIl UMilly tlTllFr tllfVWt help to that end by electing George convenience and protection of both. Men's .Merino Underwear, white nnd grey, onlv 4So per a well tMtiil h Mi it mktnn. J"!., t'lnrtf. Snm ( nnnt11r.lv TV. i. ........ l.n.i G. Gilbert. Men t T.ow fclHK-Men's Creolo Shore, lic, worth H 2o. Meit'H Hue l or all un. The postottlce department has wiped snenu. v- tut Shot" ikdmvsc. ijttuev uiovo Urain bhoes. Lace ami Ilutton, 0?o. timler. cib. Tcr that atmm.it a rrwlit efuf thr ritv ltlng later The Oregon Legislature elected Jo out the "pernicious activity" prohibiwith Hustonvillc.' No. 1 J. K. Bamrhman. w.mlnon wote Mleaml . " from day wain in wann 6eph Simon, a Portland Jew, to be U tion agalns: postmasters, promulgated D., C. K. McClure, R.. judge-- ; Will, xheiami f Viuiwiw with it"l h.laiiw S Senator, thus ending a contest that py Cleveland, and those officers can Hooker, D., clerk. J. II. Mink, ti , InUorl Mwulbvon twin iWMiun k.tw '" has lusted two years. The Legislature now work all the political wires they Sheriff. with nwa until of . Jarev IIOlKMl Atlrn'r. which convened in 1S97 should have want to and knock down and drag out Hustonvllle, No.2 L. B. Adams, D UhMihvII, ky chosen a successor to J. II. Mitchell, in politics to their heart's content, pro J. D. Burton. R.. judges; Grant North. Mens McIntoh Cape Coats ns low as JJ.IS. size 30 to IS. whose term expired in March, 197, but vlded they do not neglect their busi- R., clerk, J. B. RilTe, D., sherllT. Hoys- Mclnio.. Cape Conts at f 1.23. Hustonvllle, No. .10; J. Crow, D., i PUBLICSALE&RENT1NG the Lower House was never organized, ness. Men's Clay Wor-te- d Moses Cotrey, R., judges; J. N. Cash, and Mack Cheviot Mats at onlv , worth 5 and consequently the session expired POLITICAL POINTS. D., clerk, J. D. Manning, R., sheriff. Poys Knee Panu Sinn 7'jc. IJori' Knee Pant. Hc " M fiwuinn iif the will of.lwhn C, lllll , by limitation and no vote was taken. we will on Waynesburg, No. 1 The new Senator is spoken of a a gold The Harrodsburg Sayings says that R., R. Y. Ballard. D.. W. A. Hortou. judges: M. I. IflOfl i Mnunmbrtr , standard man, with a predilection for Gilbert will carry Mercer by .0. ton Reynold n .!..'. l.UUWU r a., vlUiKf r..,i...r. Vlli aO, a. , to tho bliUi Mavwiao.l.M-1politics of the doubtful variety. On Tlif. fnilnn r.f tnnj nnil rnrla in Hnni1. sheriff. .rtriy ut bb?b h all the Wnynesbaa.-g-. No. 2 J. A. .McKee, rt iUUW IncreasIn the democrats gia die,! ..uwtMtl O08..lns.f The trouble with the Pillager In. ing resulted D., J. A. Singleton, II., judges S. F. 2 Kl bro.nl Itwrt In foal to their majority over 20,000. two year 11 hrv. I dians at Leech Lake, Minn., grew out Blankenship, K., clerk, C. L. Honslev, ami calf, )w I p.Hl Milk Evans seems to be in a strait In the D., sheriff. , TMirtlni. he.fr, of the arrest made by a deputy United dry T, I). HNEY, Manager. oth district. He is calling vociferous.'l hi b atnl " ofvorn, 1M hwk Waynesburg, No. i D. R. Adams, States marshal of an Indian on a war- ly on iolir. VlarHit banli the Federal employees for aid. 2 D.. L. .I. Walls. R.. judge--J. H. cimIIIWt.ullii'1 MMirKlal tb rant. The Indians overpowered the In addition to the salary he does not Cash, D., clerk, J. S. Young. R., sher-f- Mnffc of hay, trawr .tack, lot ol wkUhw In Branch stores at PariN Carlisle, Mt. Sterlinir, HardMown, , an.l l Liiirrci.wb.iri. marshal and rescued tho prisoner. w.ii, k1 h.k, earn, Secretary of War Aljrer gets a all the farmlm: Imirfvinont, t(.'thr with all inn.Vfrt.aille. Eminence, (.CorctoM., uabfthlown. Frankfort! h Troops were sent to assist the marshal the houlH.Il and Uwbw. nrnlrtirr, lot f jviiltry pension of 75 a month for service, he chicken. etc In arresting the rescuers and In the HAPPY JACK'S SPEECH. if n'.t ami Wt win at the mwic time did not render. Thr for the rwil tb battles which resulted 10 soldiers mostly lu tt 'That report that you say Mr. B. H. etll-r- cuNtt.li! alxMit farm aerr will kia, the President McKlnley and party are on firm were killed and 15 wounded. Among g be rlnl . l.t me made way the Omaha Exposition, Danks an oven of ray speech made did. laii.tOKiluf whit farm lmg the Jay !,the tfrf the thtrshrr rnt tlpoorer one than I the killed was Maj. Wilkinson. Rein their theytowill spend make where tomorrow,which So I ask thnt you publish this, which Hjtwj.tbliiU it, to rent th at farm tan all t :i th I'WMinn wlihliii forcements were rushed to the scene will be on the biggest day of the year. was exactly what t said. Don't make pivtrtK. vr mi either of the iileri4ueil lu-and tho Indians gave up the struggle. The Somerset Reporter says that me a meaner speaker than I am for j r. MNS r. Consul John sake," w n,t ki Congressman Bekky had no Judge H. H. Tye clearly demonstrated goodnesswho gave said the following: H. xr .tor us Miller, opposition and was renominated at , in his speech there that Judge Vincent Bovs you can jut bet the old mn :s Covington Saturday by acclamation. Boreing is no match for him on the glad to get b.ick. For months my ONLY ONE PERFORMANCE. heart has fatrlv bounded to get here". Senator Wrn. Goebel presided over tho stump. A republican organ has the honesty Hnppy Day! Happy Jack! .More than convention and after it was over the Till. lOUFAi.It KYNOlttTl's - ngn I stood on this very step four delegates repaired to the residence of to say that when running for governor whileyear- good brother, now sleeping on my the congressman nnd ''took sugar In Teddy Roosevelt Is a resident" of New the hill, eald good-by- e &. to you for me, thern." Besides for other things, Mr. York, but when running from the tax because my feeble heart could not 3 Berry is noted for the fact that he the assessor he Is a resident of Washing- speak for Itself. Since then I have ton. visited all the Important towns on the only chairman of a Kentucky State If yo'i want he The chairman of the republican Na- Atlantic coat of South America clean convention, who ever got so dry during tional congressional committee was down to the jumping off place at Cape tho proceeding as to call for and take Horn. I have seen London and other heard to say the other day, that unless European towns and some little country u drink of red liquor, while presiding. they could speedily raise WOOjOOO, they In Sjouth America una buropc. btnn-foris bigger than London, and I am chance to did not have a Till Ik the registration in Louisville here just to take back all I have ever control the next Congress. shows anything It Is that Walter Evans Col. Welch and Jim Guc-?- t 'i will Und at it the said about Massachusetts republicans renomina- for contending that Crab Orchard U Accepted Kipi Grads Wheel of Merriment. Is serving his last term In congress. The democrats have a majority over all ted Roger Walcott for governor and thw biggest town on the top of dirt. Till. SHOW (U Till: IT.:.'-!- . BLUG-GRA$$GR0GG- RY of nearly .'1,000 and a plurality of nearly the platform adopted reatlirms the Lincoln oountv is bigger than Eurono I America principles of the St. Louis platform, and Southgive Billy put together and ! 8,000. There was a falling off of lll.OOO Gooch'sapjdoorch-- I wouldn't or more from the registration of last calls for a rigid investigation of tho ard for all the country I have seen. I fit ttexi It is Swept l.y (rHn Biy' i year, mostly contlned to the Negroes, conduct of the war, and advocates a visited Windsor Castle, tho palaelall ' England's Queen, but there is home of OS who take no stock In the iceberg con- larger standing urmy. A dispatch says that the governor a little old brick house out here on DIx gressman. Gilbert is going to redeem llaitil draii'l river tilled with richer, sweeter for And our price is 10c ft pound. If there was a belter gntdo to lie hud ""iiib i.iih"iiy 'i the Sth, Turner the .1th and Williams has refused to take part In tho Ken- more sacred memories. I trod th" we would get it. but there can be nothing better than tho beit possibly tho Oth, leaving the 11th the tucky campaign because the political sacred aisles of Westminster Abby ard n thiMifvr curtain m r This .tt Inn "'Hi tii is a strong statement but the coffee is here to back it up machinery of this State is In tiie con- - St. Paul's Cathedral, I stood upon the only republican district in tho State. t iiiely I'll ' Hi. Inii'-df Pair trol of his political enemies, und his grave of that "Grand Old Man" Glad-- 1 xia City llie i,in, ultKinit l. t iro InilicT n Negroes in convention In reiusai 10 go to Illinois on invuaiion is stone, and by tho tombs of the heroic, While the tlerloln " Nelsou and Wellington, but my heart Louisville were adopting resolutions an emphasis to his breach with the and eves turned to the little white! ertaclo " Tlia l tho linolns To eat at the Lowest Price. Come nnd See. condemning the Jim Crow car law and McKlnley administration. church at Go?hen nnd the two simple ' nin (lazaiii., Drill iln Slwwer. "Tin- t.raml DM Mi'ly. l.uartl " other class legislation against them, the The democratic campaign Is on in headstones on tne mil that marK tnet riMt.lc lUnson'i rld "llctt in tlio of restlnir Kentucky court of appeals In an opin- earnest and the republicans are con- Since I nlacesbeen mv little household.. AIf,) gone I have said ten i have ion delivered by Judge Guffy, a repub' ceding Mr. Gilbert's election and talk- thousand times ten thousand: "The-Dcan, was deciding the separate coach ing very dolefully of their chances to world Is filled with rOsCS. but the birds The Kxbllaratlng llan.I outer t at 7 j.ev;ruMl .Seati on mIo at Vmg Sloro ' act constitutional and not invalid as to defeat Judge Hobson. On with the sing sweetest, tho slin shines brightest, me uowers oioomricnesi interstate passengers. The court furth battle and let us give them a good banks of Dlx river about on ino oonnio at usual inc?. a milo from J. W. HOUT, .Manaokr. er held that the railroads could sepa- beating and restore old times in Ken- Dudderar's Mill." There more than 60 rate passengers themselves, without tucky. Spencer County Courier. years ago our father settled among n Main Street, Interior Journal liuilding, Stanford, Ky. any law, if like accommodations for a Judge II. H. Tye, accordlug to the sturdy and frugal and prosperous and OF PEBSO.UL PSOPEHTY. while honest like consideration were given them. gentlemen themselves, is tho only he livedand contented people, who his and while they lived, were decent man of the trio running for faithful helpful friends, and whoso Having rented my furm, I will on The visit of McKlnley to the Omaha Congress in the 11th. The judge says: children and this day are the faithful und to Exposition Is said to be for the purpose "If all Judge Boreing says about John helpful friends to his children. Thank 13, 1898. a life, for such ahorae.for God of urousing enthusiasm along the lino D. White Is true, White is not fit for such for such I love Kentucky much, I At my residence 4 miles from Stanford, on friends. for the republican candidates for con- the place, and If all .VhUo says about love Lincoln county more, who blames the Stanford and I.i.sloiivlllo tilke, sell to' gress. Tho fear that the next House Boreing Is true, why Boreing should me for lovlntr tho charming old cliffs of tho .ilglicittri.l.lcr the following property of Representatives will be democratic be in tho penitentiary. 45 So you seo I Dix river most of nil; who blames me? steers. The lovely scenes of my happy childmakes the cold shivers skedaddle up am the only decent man on the steers. track." hood. Thevery heart of my "Old 27 Durham milk cows nnd calve. 10 his spinal column, for he knows in that Judge Barker hit the Hambrick com- Kentucky Home." a yearling heifer. W'v keop 'the best" line of event a full and impartial investigation mittee a solar plexus blow at Louis regMered Durhum bull. 1 No. family lioiv. 2 No. btood martin. of the republican war methods will be Three Owcnsboro olllcers attempted ville, by holding that the Davis comy 1 1 d horse, made. mure, 2 4 nn10- -. Is tho lawful republican com- to arrest Howard Clark, tho Louisville mittee mtire. with a murderer, but ho bluffed them siipar mnro mules, 2 a und The railroads aro getting well paid mittee. This is the committee which shotgun and continued on his way In a mujo mule, S mure mules. 1 lor their support of McKlnley. is for Congressman Walter Evans, skiff. mure mules. Also all of my Next day they tried Itagaln and over- farming Implement consisting of everyof soldiers are being swapped candidate to biicceed himself. Judge AlAlso "the best" Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Load, Colon, and Stains. FI.ESCIMPTIO.S'S cure after about and sent the longest way around Barker said that no court could go be- hauled him, was a brief but des- thing necessary to Kitchen funning. Furniture. my over, Clark lay on soAlhO Household nnd fully compounded from "the best" drugs obtainable. Your patronage Is alway perate battle 230 173 In order to Increase the expense and hind tho action of tho State central the ground desperately wounded, and 400 Shocks htishel Oats, Itules li.irrel 2 Com, elated und it will be our constant aim to sell "the best" goods at reasonable prices.aiipre I'odder, 500 Hay. lurge further add to tho receipts of the rail- committee. The Hambrick committee besldo him lay tho dead body of. Mattlo Iticks of Way. Mahonoy, the girl who had accompanroad. McKlnley pays his debts, but will go to the court of appeals. All sums of SI0 and under cash Ti:itMs ied him in his wanderings and who lu hand: orcr that amount negotiable note he takes care to do It with other peoWhen Hon Wni. Goebel appeared took purt In tho light. Clark lived on 00 days' time without Interest with seple's money. Si on the stage as chairman of the com-- . three hours after being shot. W. II. MCKI'IIV, Stanford. curity, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- r, I I 1 Small Farm For Kent. i. I MUm Croaids Through The Store ! - GILBERT, &$ B-- .) .' ws.r jjgmL For The Tremendous Bargains gr.-a- .y'l.7 fc ug-pi- roil-oe- -- bar-feai- Land And Personalty. auul A 6EEAT BAILE, r Saturday. ,kil, '08. liU-bra- ). W ie FARM I ITIMMI . Ladies' Fleeced Lined Vests at Only 12 s ,- -, v... '.. bun.n-ni'-M- . I I ofjlt-ain- I ,t ....e-ih.- ri c-i- ., '" CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. .2.-JS- Jc--- l, C.:Tn.Uw -.. I irml ;l 1 -k The Louisville Store. Pi-nth- 1 1 1 T H : f. 1 hj twu-lK- e 1 har-li- 1 p jt-a- t aH l" ht -l II i o ( al 1 Ml I H Fields Hanson's mm MINSTRELS i ! I d dead-man- 's BestCoffee on Earth t - Refreshing Minstrelsy AV 33 Sot Membors, Con.-t-rl he-i- n THE LEVERING COFFEE, 1 I it-ti- SEE 1 Lots of Other Good Things - nen-act- , . NOT MISS M.&'e Mcltol-erU- Blue Grass Grocery. . PUBLIC SALE i Thursday, Oct. lt: to-w- .Our Motto: "The Best." 1 1 1 a-- ear-ol- 1 linr-.e- , 1 ear-ol- d Regl-mon- ts Stationery Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, llrst-rlii- b CRAIG J-J- h i HOCKER. . u l f A a JV V , -- V36t- 'TVJ'- - 'in $ z rir- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanhoku, Ky., E. C. - Oct. ii, 1898 Walton, Business Manaokr. The loss of a fuw hogs amounts to more tlian tho cost of protecting nn entire herd by feeding Dr. Hans' Hog Remedy. Don't wait till losses have or arc about to occur, but go now and got it from Penny' Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Wb show 10 pieces of tnol goods at Tun rads are evidently going toraake. Severance fc Sons. a still hunt in this county. Not a speech has been made by them, except in the Link of llnost and freshest candlos buahcs 60 far. Just received at Warren & Shanks'. THE McKlnney Canning Co. has W'K sell Chase fc Sanborn' famous about completed Its work for tho sea Boston oolTuos. II logins & MoIUnnoy. son, aftor canning 10 car loads of toraa-tooM each car load consisting of (500 SINCK his bills were printed T. H. clUos of two dozen throe pound cans. Smiley has decided to sell his farm of 100 acres at hfs sale near Moreland on IN Squire ColTey's court at McKlnthe -- 0th. ney Saturday, Claude Slpples and ArMinstrkls Saturday night at Wal- thur Phillips oach caught a tine of S20 ton's Opora II011.-Come in and see for disturbing religious worship and mid-daparado and stay to tho Etta Gooch was lined $5 for broach of the thu peace. performance at nljrht. e. s, 0. LAND AND STOCK, C. B. Hold's Bangle won a race y Morris Park Friday. C. M. Jones bought hero yosterday throe good mule colts at 335. -J. Y. Ilobinson bought lust week 100 t barrels of cdrn at il delivcrod. William Cooper, of Pulaski, sold ' We are now showing a great line of S'hoes and IJoots for Men and Boys, manufactured by Iluell here yesterday HI steers at .TJ to lc. and the Forwo'id Mftj. Co. E. P. Woods sold to Simon Woihl, of Lexington, ,"1 export cattle at M0. The Burgln Messenger tolls of sales of 5.700 bushels of wheat at CI to C'U. The Ellzabethtown News has report And get prices before making your Fall purchase. of sales of 1:0 cattle at n 000-pound at NEW SHOES W. Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4.10. Jt'UuuT. Corblu. W. V. M, WlIITi: Is down from HKNUY Jamiss, whoblaeksmlthod for Withers went of to Lobanon yesterday. MRS. Joi:COKKKY, () ' will of Mr. John C. Hill was probated. lower his record at St. Louis, but could It names John G. Lynn and W. T. do no better than 2:03. FonW. S. Witham, of Atlanta, is presiTucker as executors and gives all bis estate to his wife during her life and at dent of 23 banks, each one entirely inher death to his only child, Mrs. Mary dependent of the others. C. Bourne, of Somerset. Emmett McCormack & Co., bought The will of Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas here yesterday 39 cows and heifers at Style of Toes: Pug, Koyal, Imperial and Natural These come both in stock and was also probated. It named Mrs. S. 2.G5 and sold 20 steers at 3Jc. patent tips, Button and Polish. Every pair Warranted. The Latonia Autumn Prize was won Walton Forgy as executor, but sho declined and Mr. J. W. Hockor was ap- Saturday by Lanky Bob, with Great The inclement weather of Saturday pointed in her stead. All her personal Bend secon:! and Sauber third. Hnislnesa. FOR SALE. A No. 1 family horse, Miss C.l.r.NN IJllin has returned from caused a dicappolntmont to the "older property is bequeathed to the Twid-weof Stanford Female Collee-stii- children, the land to be theirs gentle and kind. Will soil for cash, a visit o datives at Hartford and sot" donts. who had set their hearts on a with he other heirs. wheat hay or corn. Address P. O. box LOUlsVlllO. 101. This week we expect our factory line of MEN'S WEAR from Hilmcrs Bcttman B Co. Mrh. GkORGRO. Givkns and ton, chestnut hunt. They will go next SatHon. James B. McCreauy arrived T. A. Coulter is feeding 150 hogs for Saturday to visit urday. Ewalt, wont to Paris d at noon yesterday and was mot at William Robinson, of Boyle, and J. N. her relatives. Millinery a Dressmaking. Have by a delegation in carriages and Monefeo at 3c for what he puts on Mil. Max SALINGER made his usual removed my huslue.-- s at home opposite driven to town. After dining he re- them. iT.urt day visit to his Louisville Store the Methodist church. We are now paired to the court-hou- se and for an Tho ?10,000 Futurity was won by Pehero yesterday. ready to show the latest designs both hour or two spoke to a house full of ter the Great: Scraphina 2d, Charlie from in millinery and Mus. W. P. Tatk has returned They can't be beat. Miss substantial citizens of every walk of favorite, third. Best Herr, odds-oa visit to hor daughter, Mrs. C. H. Ltcelo C. Beazley. life He discussed new Issues entirely, tlmo 5:13; .. Palno, at Boston. spoke strongly in favor of bullaing the A. Dudderar sold tc S. Morgan Land SaLK Squire John Bailey of Mits. Hirrru: J. Cari-hntiisold yesterday to Col. T. P. Hill his Nlcaraguau canal, opposed to any al- - three steers at ,lfc, one steer at 41cand has moved to 1,222 Russell farm near Turnersvllle, of 175 acres at llance with England, believing with some heifers at 3Jc. They averaged Street, Covington. Washington that we should maintain 050 pounds, Mil. S. K. LaCICKY, of Gallatin, $30. Tho Squire says for Its imnrove-muni- s It the cheapest farm sold in friendly relations with all nations as.t Sales of 112 cood feeders at 4c. 4S Tenn., came up to attend court and far as possible, without entangling ro- - heavy cattle at 4 GO and several lots of this county for years. dispone of come stock. .. .111,11 lations witn any. D11. J. W. Acton, who has been Ws nt 31 nrc noted in the Winches FIELDS A: HaNsON'S MlNSTUELS, The governor said that he had been ' ter Democrat. hus practicing medlclnu at Highland, which gare such complete satisfaction o often mlsquotod that ho would fully j T. C. Yoager won the 2:50 pace at the moved to Science Hill. whon with us last February, will open explain his position on territorial ex - ' Owensboro fair last week with Patsy MltS. J. II. WitKNaiuldaughtor.'MUs the season at Walton's Opera House pansion, and he spoke substantially as B., the fast Ally belonging to John S. Sarah, are visiting relatives and next Saturday night, loth. A full follows: Out of the Spanish war has Baughman, of Boyle. friends at Crab Orchard. come an important problem for ub to C. T. Bohon solil to J. L. Yantls 57 of house Is already aitred. Mit. and Mus. John Tuckur, solve and that is what shall be done p0od cotton mule colts at S27. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Maywood, wore gliosis Boat Lost. Mr. S. I:. Cook sends with tho territory which has been con Bohon bought hero yosterday several John Murphy. Corbln News. us word that his large boat was washed We now have a very complete line of Ladies' Capes and Ladies', qucrod by our Invincible army and ' mule colts at 520 to ?25 BROWN away by Mil. AND MH8. IIOKACK Muses and Children's Jackets. Our new Jackets have the new sleeve ' the recent froshet and that he natvy' a J. II. Baughman sjvont several days here before going thinks the "Tansy Club" ought to help and aro cut in the I am in favor of the Immediate an(1 F T FoN JrM a flve. jack foi. to Covington to spend tho winter. him build another. The boat was seen acquisition of Porto Rico by the United voai..0,djack for slo- to an Imiana Mu. R. H.Cauitiikus, of Lexington, to go over tho dam at Duddorar's mill nullum mill 11111 iiivni1 ni f!irrvinrr Saturday to buy some mules, and is supposed to have been broKcn to out in good faith in resolutions adopt- - party, says the Advocate. was hero the & Joseph Mattingly bought four sugar but found them too high, he told us. pieces. od by Congress under which we inter- weanling mules at S45. Henry Miller ('iM Postal Clkiiic C. II. Haydkn, who Old Pen Rev. R. R. Noel lost last vened In Cuba and aiding the Cubans old tn T:. N. WntVinn ovtr.i has boon down with malaria, was suftu .uuepenueiu government,; Enterprise, See Thee ficiently well to take his run out Sat- Saturday a gold pan ho had boon using of their own, If they so desire, and 1 am mulc, at i.-Leba- non v n TT,.hi tnnt m Rnstnn. almost constantly for the lart 25 years. urday. of the annexation of Cuba to last week 020 head of export cat'.le for for Carter & Straub in favor Mnssus. J. T. IlAllltls and Ed Wilk. He is yesterday to and the pen wit? either taken out of tho the United Slates when it can be done Nelson Morris, which averaged 1,500 Inson wont to Wlnehustor with the consent of the people of the pounds, price, 41 to 5c Nlcholasvlllc 1 ho island. attend the mooting of the Grand Longu olHee or misplaced. A We can please you a9 we have 250 Garments to Felect from. Price Journal. had Used for i'l years got broken two I.O.O. F. I believe the Monroe doctrlno should 75c to 815. Sheriff George Coulter, of Boyle, Mits. S. C. TrukhkaRT, of Nash- years ago. be maintained and I am oppo-c- d to thu arrcated four Negro boys for breaking, . ... !., ville, roturning from a visit to annexation of the Philippine Islands to into a car and stealing wheat belongMCLK INSURANCE. Col. W. H. DudIs staying a few days with Miss derar's jack killed by lightning a few tho United States under existing con- ing to George C'ogor. They admitted Florence Truuhoart. In great demand we have them from J1.75 to $25. ditions, but there should be an AmeriL. D. STODUILL Is helping to fill days ago was insurod in thu Home In- can landing placo at Manila and neces-sur- y their guiU. T. E. Adams' beautiful farm of 215 Harry GlovannoU's place on the Advo-cA- . surance Co.. of New York, R. B. harbors and coaliug stations in the acres in Garrard was sold at public 7iT Mahony, local agent, and the adjuster de, while he Is olT enjoying the Philippines and n naval base there for auction and was bought by Dr. Wyatt came and made a satisfactory settlelights of a honoymoon. thu convenience and saloty of our ves- Letcher, of Danville, at 554. This was VIrh. J. K. Farris returned yester-da- y ment Smurday. sels, which in the future will protect ii part of tho old "Camp Dick Robin bedside of Andrew Hright, from the While returning from Richmond our interests in tho Orient ami the at Danville. He was somewhat better, Sunday night the horse Dr. R. M. Treaty of Peace with Spain or any son" farm, famous during the civil war as a Federal rendezvous. but still critically ill. Phelps ami Richard C. Hockor were other government established In the Frank Herdic broke all previous reTun invitations to nn "At Home" driving, ran away, throwing them out Islands should guarantee to the United pooling when he cords for over-nigrecalled by and hurting this afternoon have been them both considerably. States these privileges. got Into tho box S01.fl(l5 on tho card for Mrs. Guorire II. Bruoe on necouHt of Tho buggy was completely Tho position I take Is exactly tho Friday at Lexington in tho short time wrecked -her lllnes. Danville Advocate. and the horse hasn't been found 'yut. sumo as the position taken by the dem- of '2i hours. All wns bet on tho 2:05 Mil. T. P. Tuttlk, of the Turners They took tho train at Silver Creek ocrats of Texas and Missouri in their trot and tho Transylvania pace. The vlllu section, who has been laid up with ana came home. great State democratic conventions rain stopped tho races, however, which rheumatism for several months, was recently held and there are not In tho ablo to coma to town yesterday. TtlKotticers of the 2d Kentucky mot United States two more thoroughly and were postponed till today. Powell A; Harper sold to Allen fc Ly Dil. E. J. Bltott'N leaves today for at Lexington the other day and decided Intensely democratic States than these. on 25 calves at SI"; to B. G. Fox pair St. Louis to take a special course In to take a vote of the men whether they Territorial expansion has been one surgery. From there he will go to want to be mustered out or not. If that of the Important doctrines of the dem- six year old horse mules for 8190. They bought of J. W. Allen 15 nice yearling Chicago and take another course. is their only show to hold on to fat ocratic party since the organization of cattle at a big price. They shipped At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Beforo You Buy. II . 11. CAMNITX, Of PlXSTMVSTRR it Is a slim one, that is if thu mon our government. Under this doctrine Hubtonvlllo, with his wife and little generally feel like those whose homes our Republic has Increased to more last week a load of horses and initios to Ruth Culbortsou, of Covington, spent are here. Only one that we have talk- than throe times its original area. Its Salisbury, N C. Mr. Harper wont ed with desires to remain In the army, area when we gained our independence with them. Ho writos that he and Sunday at Judge James P. Bailey's. O. Iv. Mil. Jambs J. JOY, tho Joyful repre and the others toll Us that l5 per cent, was b2d,Si squaro miles. Its area now stock arrived there B. G. Fox, of Danville, bought two & Hanson's of the men are their way of thinking. exclusive of Alaska is .'1,020,341 square sentative of Fields work mules of Speed Taylor for S180. was here yesterday and left nuAN elTort is being made to reduce tho miles. Every foot of territory acquired W. W. Stephenson has bought of varmerous Indications that his show would town boundary so as to exclude farming since our Independence was recognized ious parties 1,000 bushels of clovnr be here, Oct. 15. was acquired under democratic adminS3. Brock Bonta bought 50 Mus. W. B. PENNY and children, lands from it. The matter wasdiscuss-e- d istrations ami pursuant to tho demo- seed at cattle of Board & Martin at at the regular meeting of the counPenny at Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal bo have been with ,Cnpt. cratic policy of expansion. 4 cents. Tcrhuno A: Co., bought some time, returned cil Thursday night, when It adjourned Chlckamauga for In 123 Thomas Jefferson advocated 50 mule colts at S10 to S25 with G. L. Penny, tho captain's regi- to the 17th without taking action. It uie acquisuion oi uuua oy tne uniteu court day, Is to be hoped that the boundary will aml dipped to Pennsylvania Also ment having left for Port Klco. auuos anu mier rresmeuis fierce anu bought from F. P. Jnmcs 12 fine sugar 110 UN, to the wife of Louis Husslng, bo loft as it is and Councilman J.'S. Buchanan wero. in lavor of acquiring another boy. Miss Margaret Rlffc, of nundloy's Idea to put a small valuation Cuba and three other presidents, Mon-ro- mule colts at from $35 to $40. Democrat. Hustonvllle, is visiting here. Mrs. J. on tho farming lands adopted. Wo got Jackson and Polk, advocated TerCOUNTY Court A large crowd atRemember we take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. daughter, Ellle, of tho enlarged boundary after much M. Ware and little tended court yesterday and there were trouble and as it is small enough, the ritorial expansion. Lincoln, nre visiting here. Somerset Ho was particularly severe on those about 300 cattle on tho market; more wishes of a few Interested parties Paragon. responsible for tho hardships and neg- than half of which changed hands. Miss Edna Powell, of tho West should not be permitted to prevail. lect of our soldiers and was for a thor- Very few sold better than 4e but a End, who has been on a visit to relaThe exercises connected with tho ough Investigation which would placo good many steers changed hands at tives in Moberly, Warrensburg and corner stone laying of tho colored that responsibility where It belonged. flguro. wero dull at 3 to Scdalia. Mo., will return about tho last school building on the Water Works In conclusion ho called on all demo- that Very Hellers little butcher stuff sold but 3lc. of tho month. Dr. Powell, the opti- Boulevard Sunday were both interest- crats, and especially his personal some went at 2i to 3c. W. H. Hndson, cian, will accompany her homo. ing and instructive. Rev. J. E. Wood, friends, to support Hon. Georgo G. of Adair, sold to D. S. Johnston 25 long soigo with D. F. LociaN, after a of Danville, delivered a most appropri- Gilbert, the democratic nominee for Bros., a bunch p L 1 at 4c and to typhoid fever, was hero yesterday, ate and sensible sermon, and a choir, congress, and showed how Important steers same prieo. Price Hays sold to J. C. thc looking considerably tho worse from it. led by Dr. W. D. Taadlf, who is to bo was tho election of a democratic con - at - B g m j. s. Owsloy eight steers at 4o and lie tolls us that his condition is such principal of tho school, gave sdmegood gross. Ho paid Mr. Gllberttho highest three at 3c and to W. B. Jones a that ho has resigned his placo as coun- music. A collection was. taken up, re- onconlumsand prophesied his trlum - bunch of calves at $20. Mulo colts ty committeeman and recommended sulting In $111.03 being contributed. A pliant election and tho redemption of were slow at $20 to $35; aged mules Hon. R. C. Warren in his stead. Plug horses wero slow at any Bible was placed under tao corner tho district. Thc speech, which was 'to " liberally aimlaud- - I)r,c0- stone and then the several organizations an excellent one. was , TocaThappenings, which took part in tho exercises march- ed and will count many votes for our During the months of July and AugNew country sorghum at Hlgglns & ed back to their lodges. Tho building nominee in November. Tho governor ust, 2,OOS,000 sliver dollars wore coined B fjr'-'9 J, f j McKlnncy's. Is to bo erected mostly by subscription returned on the 3:40 train to Richmond. in tho mints of tho United States, although tho war revenue law provides Is hoped everybody will con- o Joll Dunn, of Garrard, sold to a "tCSJ .that 1,500,000 should be coined a I will pay cash for walnut timber in ( and it tribute to 6iich a good cause. party eight mules at $71. month. the tree. A. C. Sine. -- Mr. Win. Daiighorty bought visiting friends hero. of Parksvlllo, Is yesterday of Mrs. S. C. Truehoart the Miss Suit Cozatt. place he Is living at, on Danville Ave with Mrs. Mattlo Novltts. Et HUIUSARI) and wlfo are back from, nue, for a ll'tle over J 1,000. a visit to friends in Richmond. TllK fiscal court got tired of auditing Mrs. Mildrru Bkazlky, of Lancas- so many claims and took a rest from ter, is visiting hor son, J. L. Boailoy. Friday till Thursday next, on which PKRCY BlSNTON, of Brodhoad, day It hopos to completu thu job. was uere to see Dr. K. J. Drown SaturIll'TTKlt has been as scarce as hen's day. Miss Lizzii: Hhrron went up to teeth for the last four or tlvo days and Drodhead Saturday to spond a few many of our citizens have had to take theirs straight that Is their bread days. Mil. D. T. Conway, of Lebanon, was without butter. here Friday seeing aftor his tolephone Livingston, is Mr. William Duughorty for 10 years, is again with him: Mr. Hollis Carrier having given up the job. Salii CoNi'ESaEO. The coroner's Jury at Corbln found that tho infant found buried with a hog was that of Ellon Tye, colored. Shu was arrested and confessed, but claimed that the child was born dead. Physicians say, however, after examination, that it met death after its birth either from violence or natural causes. W. C. Greening starts to Florence, S. today. At tho closing day's sale of Woodward Ax Shanklln, 51 horses sold for an average of .?.'L'15..T5. G, A. Swinebroad sold yesterday a two-year-old C, with a car-loa- d of horses to sell We Are Sole Agents For The Crippondorf-Dittma- nn mule for $40 and a one for $00. ld In the county court yesterday the Star Pointer, l:50i, attempted to Co, Shoos D. Ladies, Misses And Children. ll No 1 Better 6oods Made. 1 Bow-lan- For Style and Wear JOHN P. JONES. vai-'jdo- l. druss-makiu- n m r, Hus-tonvill- e, J .. 1 m 1 m incw , m ! '1 I I New Jackets. ! 4 1 I'l 'I I ; four-year-o- ld im 1 - Latest Cutaway Stylo unua ln.. book-keep- er NEW FLOUNCE CAPES.' COLLARETTES & ixjn-hoUl- Haiti-mor- e, m m SEVERANCE SONS. m&ms3emmmwsmMmmmm Corn Harvesters, 1 t ht LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, ' olli-co- s, 3. K. WEAREN & SON. 1 Mln-htrel- s, 700-pou- nd Har-rodsbu- rg BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. o, i I 1. 4,1 J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. i u Jf a' ) , 0 V . 5 " -- 1 f'tKK - Ten-nesse- Srf"-t . jfr ,4jmh f ,tf "tf ,4f-',t- f . Ji. w t i . . V. - 1 ftiy y ,, -- r f T- - MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, THE SPANISH WAR IN SPANISH. Hlspannro, Likeafoolo, Ratslnclio, Cubanaro, Americano Gettlmado "Letalono Cubanaro !" ! Ten eloping couples were married at Owensboro during tho fair. Mrs. Rosa Mitchell, of Anderson, a.'blloli.aiTMooia.jro aad?xliaTO Ind., has offered So.000 for a husband at who will suit her Idea. gs YJCA.it i;n .adv-a- . E. Duford VanArsdale, of Harrods-burg- , charged. will and Miss Nancy Galtskill, of S When not nopalia3S.CO Lexington, will bo married Oct. 20. Five pair of twins in succession , is the record of Mrs. Luther Fish, of AnLOCAL derson, Ind. She has had three other children, making Ki in all. THE Mack Vest, .a merchant of KIngsvllle, and Mrs. Martha Webb, a pretty KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. widow living near that place, were married at Somerset Saturday night. No. 5 Arrrlvcsat Stanford at 1:0S a. M. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I , . ,jmi 0 NOTICE. Tlic Farmers Hank A TruHCo., located tit Stanford, Iti tho Statu of Kentucky. U okwlng up Its tilTulra. All creditor ofVnld Hank therefore tiro hereby notified to pie-c- tit their cliiliingalut atd Hunk for pay mo nt J. ll.OWJI.nV, Cahler Hispanaro Talkabacko Americano Bncklupo: ck Notlllno, Go to Blanco I" m 1 Dandorupo Pootytlno: Smashemallo HUpannro. Deweyllno Sunkalleeto Inthebayo Manilao Samsontooo, Shafteralso, Slyo'Sohlevo, Mashemallo .' Cubanaro Phlllppluo. lMl stlasI entire Tho Lincoln County Nntlonnl Hunk, of Htnnford, Ky.. 1ms succeeded the Farmer) Hank fe Tnut Co.. of Stanford, Ky.. nnd hat nuned nil Us liabilities nnd in-tct- a hulno. Mi w B? a THE ing bonds for the purchase nnd mainte'MI'O DPT.imoni cuwnnw nance of the turnpike road of this conn :: UIM fOr flhYRu. ty free of toll to the traveling public" shall he printed on tho ballot as provided by feectlon 145!) of the Kentucky statutes. Kverybody does! Ilut not every one FENFntATHS The officers of the election nre directed to result thereof as required by certify the gets them as pure as thoe who pntron-iz- e EIGHT GREAT STATES law. our stote. Peihapj we arc a bit cranky Kentucky, Tenneheo, convention. A copy attest. Vlrglnln. Oeorela Geo. 15 Cooi'eii, Clerk To New York, Oct. 1S-North aud South Carolina, on account nbotit the puriiy of everything we sell. Lincoln County Court. 110,000 Futurity, Oct 4, Alabama, .MJUpp. of tho Luther League of America. Great 2:03 Trot, Oct. 5, Slight make more mnnev if we substitut-ePursuant to the foregoing order of the Jo.OOO Transylvania. Oct. 0, She But how can you think I am Lincoln county Fiscal court, which is Great i!:04 Pace, Oct. !), some harmless hiibstauce.s for high pretty, when my noso turns up so made part of this notice, an election will R000 Oup Stake, Oct. 11, Iletween LnuUvlllo and tho South. dreadfjully ? beheld and pol's opened at all the regu4,000 Abhland Stake, Oct. 12 priced drugs, hut as human life depends He Well, all I can say is, that It lar voting places in Lincoln county at Other Famous Stakes Daily, on the quality of our preparations we sell shows mighty poor taste in backing the next regular election, which will be 8, 1S98, which election, in held Novemhr only the best. away-frosuch a lovely mouth. Har- all respect, will be held in accordance Each way between Louisville and Lexington lem Life. with tho general election laws of Ken- Famous Band. The best is never too good for our trade W. A. TURK, G. P. A tucky. Half Faro on Railroads. Ashland Wilkes, cslro of John freak J. Reed, O. F. A., Chicago. Washington. I). O. Samuel M. Owe.vs. Sheriff, W. II. TAVLOE, A. O. E. II. Bacon, D P. A., Louisville. K y. Gentry, sold at Lexington for 83,350. Lincoln County P. P. JoiiNsrox, Prcs. II. W, WiL3j.v,Sec I. A. Louisville, Wo are out this year with some new Improvement. ited the Misses Menefee here, will be Some umnufHCturcrs Jmitato McKlbbcnaro wavelnalro, We don't; wo original. Perfect in balances, light draft, fuicc fcoil, Ac. on the 20th to Goodoldtimeo: Oldglorlaro. married at Smithfiield The Ladies Kostnurnnt is tho UnoM in Eataplleo Yankeearo the city. Every convenience for Indies Alex McGee Robinson, of Galveston, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Punkinpleo, Fraternaro spending tho dav in tho city. Texas. Hispanaro, Cubanaro. Ui'iitlonen'i Cafe on olllcc lloor. 12 37 p tu .. Wo. 21 Train going North Mrs. Polly Owens, of Orange county, Americano. Bucnowano. 2 41 am " " When you are oflorcd n dic drill No. 28 " Others nre Imitations Wo wore unable 'to fi 12 It a m Ind., has been married 13 times. Scvcr-nFlzglbanco, Illphoorahro " THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, outh No. 55 " our order lat year, nnd kindly nk you to place your order with m earlv for the bct .. No. 23 " - liliun of her husbands died, the others'l McKlnleyaro Unclesamo ! Malinger. on earth. ForalllFolnU. Golden Pcnn. were divorced. Sho has six children, Music Tiiiwlnv, Thursday ami Smnlny KO'JGU TICKKTS SOLP. HIGG-IN- S Kvcnin, no two having the same slrname. HAGUAOE CHECKED TIUIOUGII. Rev. Charles L. White, tho PresbyAfter numorous postponements, Mrs. terian minister of For anr Information enquire at Clarksburg, W. Dora Clay was married near Keene, Va., who ON JOE S. MCE, Agent, PUBLIC RENTING. roomed with Miss Minnie FARM FOR SALE,, IV! ll.'KMt Stanford, Ky. Jessamine county, to Wiley Brock, Holmes, at I wiilon Siiturdnv. Oct. 'J, lstis. at S IV) Atrr, well wairml and n Pittsburg, registering nilllta. lion. Two dwelling Ikhivs, who she says Is the man of her choice as man and turn. urvhitd. wife, said ho did so o'clook. tent (.'tit nubile oittcrv a part of tho Ar. loruaml hav m4ian lNii(ht Nowhtnd, ioooiieil. three fnrmof A. IWhii ind with whom sho expects to be very to keep FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. in uu urriacr Call on or add J C we- -t of I'raii Orchard containher from committing suicide. miles north McvI.AKY, Mastord. Ky. happy, much more so than when mated Sho was Insanely in ISO notvs, 25 acre to k"j In corn, love with him ing aboutIn grass. H, I .NFWI.ANO, K.v. - Trains leave Frankfort at C::) a. m. and 3 r. M., balance onnectlng at (Icorgetof n with j. a C. and reach. with a man six or seven times her ago. and after two days' talk sho agreed Ing Paris at 8:40 a. i. and 5:10 p. u. Leave Tarls Joe McKlnney, of Saline county to go home and forget him. He put her t'J:20A. M and 5:1) r. m., connectlns at A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:53 Ark., eloped with a daughter of Chas. with on a boat and sho drowned herself. A. k. and 7:20 r. m. Taylor, who pursued and shot at him. While with her he treated her as a With Planer, We have JOSI.l'U U. NEWTON, A. ?. 1. A. oted our land and herobv Kip Saw, Hnnil Saw. arn all from lrt'iwi--l- n McKlnnoy returned tho fire with a on llwiu Corn Mill. Feed Mill, Ac, New 13x20 nnjrliw. for uny OF ItKOOKLYN. and believes her to have been 50 brother, hore lHiwer Holler nil In rood ruunlntror- - the law purpose wlmtoror. untler ienlty of revolver, killing Taylor. The body pure nnd virtuous. All of which will QUEEN & CRESCENT. provided In such cno. diTwltli a good Farm mid wa9 left lying in tho road while the do to tell to the ministers and the ma Timber, tiood, lnrgo building, goodlucre of II. HAFtJHMAN. T. I). NF.Wl.ANI). water, W. I1AFOII.MAN. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Caledonian : A. M. I'F.NCK. party drove on to Redfield where the rines, the former of whom seem to be- fruits and vlnyurd. Oood More In connecV.. FATTKUjON. 4 11pm 12 02 p ra No. 2 North M. S. HAl'OIIMAN. No. 1 South tion. A good 'bargain for two famUIo. For 1149 am " ..... S4latn elopers were married. H. SHANKS. No. 8 " MltS. V. UIHMKS. full pa rile ti a in call on the owner. Co., oi Scotland. '"4 " 6 No. S " K. I.VNX. llliam "10 " ......1C PI p tn Lieut. Luke Terrell, of Company K, lieve him. .1. T.. IIItFCK. JOS. WII.MMAXN. . lOaiu No. 9 " ...... 8 05 p m II. McKIXXF.V. JUtnl-o- . it O.. Lincoln Co.. KvNot long ago a man living in a wesLouisville Legion, who is homo on a KOUNDICD IHOO, No. I does not stop. No 2 stops only for psen-Rerand 10 run no from South of someiet. sick furlough, says he is engaged to a tern town made the assertion that it than Junction City and 5 nnd 6 only to SomNice Home Sale. Spanish girl, Mexla Antonius,of Ponce, costs a good deal to rear a boy and proerset. I will .oll private!;, mv liotnc on Danville whom he will marry on Nov. 15, after ceeded to add: "I opened an account pike. I. inllc-- from Stanford. Contain rejoining his regiment. They fell in with my oldest son when he was born bTANFOUD, KV acre- -. U well Improved and one of the S R7l nekca the food pure, dcllclou. love when tho American soldier attend- nnd kept it faithfully, charging him wtaotesoiac ind nlcvt places nlioui town. Urfenlx-rr:anneb ssos., mcki::i:zy. Ilrlght. stnuforil. Kv j ed the girl's father, u Spanish olllcer, with every cent paid out on his account, except board, while at home. The while he was dying. C. Vfa ni-- iiircnts Tof the fa- boy was 21 years old not long ngo, and Flowers, WAR ECHOES. . I nearly paralyzed him by handing mous liouse of Joseph Bei-iio- ld BLUS GRASS KU3SSSIZ3. FALL 'S3. The Gen. Grant's brigade is coming home him a bill for 85,013.00, being tho & Co., Chicago, fine amount paid out to keep him alive and from Ponce. Cloaks and Capes, and have F.verv thing for Orchard. Lawn ami ti.tr. The llrst prize of tne war, tno uuena reasonably happy. Stanford, Kv., Ttw. Ventura, is at Boston in the merchant This by Charley Mcacham, of the their sample book and also den. Fruit nnd OrnamentalKhubnr'i. .lnn'. ItoM'n, Vine. Small Fruit. Aip.tr Tn agu and all service. grown In nurvrlv PriReceiving Ills Aud nopklnsvllle Kentuckian, is tho worst catalogue of cuts. Gin or-d- ei ce reHMinnble tovkwe a employ no agent j Ie The Kentucky monument on Chicka-maug- a of the season: "If tho paragraphcrs nppitathn to "Winter Goods. anything you want, in ftcrlptlvi "atnlogueon lllf.l.KXMKVKIt. battlefield will be unveiled No-- ! do not quit making unkind remarks II F 5T'. Telephone Lexington. Kv. villi vember 25. about Dr. Heldenkoper, the president's this line on short notice or Goods Warranted. Gen. Lee's Seventh army corps has cat doctor, who was made an nrmy surFit Guaranteed. oruers to procccu to bavannan nnu geon, they are liable to hurt somebody's can nave same made to order DR. R. POWDER Give Him a Call. thence to Cuba. if necessary. Absolute! Purs ' fellnes." The president hns issued orders that HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Port Rico be evacuated by the Spanish A Texas man has sued the Pullman FIRST NATIONAL BANK Palace Car Co., for 915,000 damages, SURGEON, forces on or before Oct. 18. because he was drenched with rain ROYM. DAMNS POADtR CO., hi YORX. OF STANFOItP, KY. Unrlertalcer, The war department has Issued an water through a hole In the roof while - - Kentucky. order honorably discharging three asleep in his berth. From tho effects Hustonville, - - - Kentucky Stanford, Oftlreovcr lllggln A- M.KInnev' iMoro. of the wetting he says he contracted major and 20 brigadier generals. C&J..U1 Stcck S1M.O00. Sirphj, J15.7S0 hi. irTice ufWnt IJicoln Col. John B. Castleman, of the First n severe cold, which resulted in con- tnd Cucy countln. to the upl lotlJuiand Ctk. Full ttock of sumption. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Atlrntleh of the public 1. rtll(l to tliv fact thit Lincoln Csnntj Naiiooil 3uk. hand. etxlwarion l Kentucky, Is now Acting Brlgndo thltl. lunk in SUnfurd. CoI). &. Caruter. Marxger. 95 i tti il. r th You may be witty : Kentucky. Commander of tho First Kentucky, Niil1 tuk Act drpMiltMi if int lr l' tb nttli .lock, And you may be wise, bet hj- the .tockfKiIU-r- ' It.Wlitj- lor an (.mount 10th infantry and Troop B of the 2d But you can't get the biz TttCASfltV DEl'AKTMKNT. orncc or Tiir. ihiu tholMk MHiut Newly furnished ; clean beds; splendsd tlililBttita-(tuDR. R. t'OMITItOU.l:!! or Tiiccviinovr. ire arrl j mmI ol j.a."1. I i, If you don't advertise. Porters cavalry. table. Everything lb condition tl llii btnV. srvitttdr tlhWHl . Of Xo. 5H Fourth Ave . ViihliipUiu. I) L' It is probable thattheeoldicrs'camps 89 I"i. Mib jMr lo Jthe I'mint butct ttviemiuMit aud lu meet all trains. Wherea. by Attfarurv etldftice at Lexington will be abandoned about HfU rc vxaMiHf.1 at .utml Uh liv vuvmuhimii Louisville, - - Kcntticlcy, toapiienr tht undfndjriied.'lt Ih t uv tuttd iw lt, thm Mcnrlujaitdilletoal and vx teel ltl to Nov. 1. Orders will bo Issued for tho Election On Bond A. S. PRICE, thttt Th Uncolu Count Nniiri.i.iiwri. Will be nt the Thlt Imtiieiten MlaWltliel tlonnl Hank of M h foid." In the city of the movement about that date, of the Myers House, Stanford, on Tues- StHiifuril. In tho county of UnoolttHud iwwll Hiliknf MuHfunlla liMM. thMi at It.. JSurgeon To Be Held Nov. 8, 1808. secqnd expedition of troops to garrison tn nt..H SUteof Kcntni'M. linT ooinplhd with alt reoMitlHnl iini Hr.1sianiarti in iv4 nmlaitain l Dentist, th day, Nov. 1, 1898, llnt of Stanford Cuba. the iiruvUlou of the MatuUH of the t'nltfd In an HMHlrrtitti e&t.t- ha. had juat Special Term Lincoln county IimI wfth before SUto. riilrel to cotnp jeain. li It if llrr nif.ill,l tmw wit. Gen. Boynton made out to the whiteKeturttlng one dav In each month. Stanford, Ky. fiscal court held Tuesday, Aug. an (ttwoclatlon sIihII h authorlted to larllitlr. for iraHMttlni l.uUimt rfNNtr and lib. rally than rTrrbefurr in it. luai and iMHwrabl wash commission thattheChlckamauga 1S0S, Hon. Jas. P. Uailoy, the bintlnen of Itniikltix10th, Zyos Znaiced and Gileses G:!o :tIS:al!y f IndlTlduai., Xow, therefore, (ioorjje M. Coftln. Deputy earrrr. ArcHBU Onceover McKolxrts Prug Store In tbe;Or!ey camp was really a health resqrt instead judge, present, with the following HulJding. Adjaitei. (63) and Acting Comptroller of Ihe Currency, do acd IqJItWiuI. tollcltnl. Justices of tho Pence, iiroent, of a disease breeding hell hole. The OlMICTOkf. horeby certify that The MhcoIu County W. A Cotley, W. D. Wnllln, J. IJtHvln Co.: J. W. Itirdon. slanf,.f Xntloual Hank of Stanford" In the City of F. brigade and regimental Commanders H nine and J. A. Singleton. If. ii. itaHnmau, Stanford, In the Count v of Iduoolii itud f'J'ii i ' V were responsible for any bad conditions A motion was made, seconded and carStatu of Kentucky. authorized to comW.I'. Walton ' W. A.TrfW.. if they existed. ried, all of the justices having voted yen, mence the lHilneH of llmiklug it provided J. Celllor.Crab Oreh'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernoa. I fifty one hundred Nnd lxtv nine M , Lf.I.lmwf, ttanlufd. at public nuctlon Ht mv farm In While the president was reviewing that an election bo nnd the same is ouo will mile of the ItevUwf Stutnti-iof Mnieland, Ky on tho I'ulted tatiw. hereby called to bo held at tho next regu orrican. the 10th colored cavalry from the lar election in Lincoln county, which does Ill tOrtlHIOIIV H'lu'mit Hltl.i Hit hum! J S. Heckfr, Frnldrnt; J. J MrlWUtt. CathU and sent of olllco thin ninth dny of August. A A MrKlnnf',A..iiit('j.tilrr White House portico, in the presence not occur in (10 days from this date, to Thursday, Oct. 20, 1898, of an immense multitude, Gen. Joe wit: On the Sth day of November, 1S0S, OHO. M. COFFIX. The following described proinirtyi Peputy and Acting tomjurolUT of tho Wheeler was tremendous to ascertain whether or Xlco mart' bv (inmU-ttKy. ovation. People given a about him ters of Lincoln county not the legal vo Wllke. Dentist, Stanford, are in favor of gelding bv C. F. Clay. Currenev surged No. Ut. Ofllco over Hljrlns & McKlnnoy's Store, IT empowering and authorizing tlieriscal gelding by '. F. t'lav. t Solicits u bhare of the patronage of tho com- and made him shake hands with thou- court of said county to isue nnd ell not comhlnud mare, very gentle.' h mmilx-Hot line to nnd from SO munity. sands. xceedinjr $55,000. thousand of col t from I to years old b CoelllaiiHiid A general order discontinues tho dollars worth of bond. from tituu to time other noted liotxs further Weeding given sale I extra nice Third, Fifth and Sixth army corps and within tho constitutional limitations f;r 011 day ofmilk cow. H bnxHt pair iimieinult. We Jersey tho trnde with Full purpose of purchasing nnd maintain lot clover hay In Imrn. eom ow. 1(1 titMtti, other aie lu Coul. ,Im lUy. lira noli and the All points in Michigan, reorganizes the First, Second and intr the turupike roads of Lincoln nnd oilier fsj. cMl Corn. Onto. coutitv lot baled stniw. Farming IiniiloiiienU. In Hour. Ae. We hUo IihihIIo Ilrlek Fourth with Major Generals Breckin- free of toll to the traveling public, said cluding a Mason, a feed nutl Sand. ICetnoinbor vt, take Farm ridge, Graham and Wheeler in com- bonds to bear interest not exceeding six Uftgon, Champion Illuder. '.' Mower. In exchHiiifv. Prompt delivery and liny White City Special. mand. The 3d Kentucky is with the per cont per .intuitu, paynh'tetiiUnnuu-all- y mke. cultivator, plow, hnrne. Ac., one uttuutlonto nil order. OlhVe and ohIih Frailer Cult. Fnuler .'iilWy with high and ii'itr I.. .V XidoiMii. Xo. II. with coupons atlnchcd, to ho in deHost Terminal Station. 1st brigade, first division, to camp at bike wheels both. ut bnt'K.V Imrne pintitiN .v prcxcR. and nominations of not lus thnn one hunP. i. We d o oany nnd Kitchen Fiiriilniic Columbus, Ga., and the 4th in the 2d dred, $100, dollars, nor more than one Mtu'lilin'. of elo and under nh; ov- - Part and Attaehtui'iit and do all kind of division, first brigade at Anniston, thousand. 81,000, dollars, to run not more or Ti.nvs. oo rehiring that amount credit till Jan. 1, 1MI, withAla. This would indicate that the 1st than o0 years, nnd to be redeemed within out Intim-st- . Avoiding the Tunnel. Xegotlablo note lth goHl that time, at the pleasure of the court, nocurlty roulrod of pun'haer. and 2d are to be mustered out. and to ho sold at not s thnn par value. s T. II. S.MILnV. MoieJnnd, Ky. Shcri.r of Lincoln county is directX. II. Will rout my home and lot tn 'Whenever you hear u man say he ed The advertise wild election and the obto Vt'agncr Sleeping Cars, publicly cuu'tget his paper stopped, veil hlra ject thereof, for nt least .".0 days before-han- Moroland before." on day of ale not tented privately VXJ he is an unmigltated liar, and tnat the in the Intkbioii Jol'kxai", n news-pnp' fa . published in Stanford, K v , and editor of the Marion Falcon Is your posted up at .Juliet Parlor Cars. "Wagner Sleeping authority for tho statement. We do also by printed iiand-hid- s Cars 1'rivnte. Compartment Cars, He not less than four public places in each not, as many papers do, even insist on voting precinct of Lincoln county, and nt egnnt Oonchss and Dining Cars. And Dealer in sending the paper until arrearages the court house door in Stanford, Ivy, lie sure your ticket. read via I!IG FOUR All legal voters of Lincoln county shall KASITSSS, SADDLBBY, &0. are paid. The Falcon is stopped K O. McCOKMIOK. D. II. MAKTI2C, on being mado known of the be priviledged to vote at Raid election. l'ass. I rntlic .Mttr, Gen. Pass. ATkt. Agt, STANFORD, KY. The same ollicer.s that hold the regular wishes of the subscriber and the back election bhall hold this election, which JOINLINNATI, O. account Is turned over to a concern shall in nil respects be held In accordance which will collect It If It requires 10 with the general election laws of this LEXINGTON. years to catch the delinquent asleep State, and at all the regular voting places in Lincoln county. so It can tako his shoes for the amount. The question "are you in favor of issu TKN DAYS, No. 4 Leaves Stanford at - 2:10 A.M. No. 21 Arrives nt lowland at 12:00 iav. 3:4' r. M. No. M Leaves Stanford at Miss Lizzie May Crabb, who has vis- Cerveraro Santiago, Allagoneo Hispanaro. Thenatlno Picnlcaro, Soldieraro Americano: Hurraharo, McKlnleyaro. Republicano Conqueraro Crowneraro Laurolaro: Allthetlmo Every whero f. II. SHANKH. I'rooldent. J. . OWSI.r.V. Cashier. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Lbulsvlllo. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Always Ask For The "Superior," & McKINNBY. c! KM-- FIRE INSURRHGB ii-l- (ieorse-tow- n Q- - Saw Mill For Sale. Ui-?- POSTED. per-oui PHENIX Insurance Company av, rv Insurance I Cl-:- 1 a - S fun-th- er THE CYCLONE. e For R.B.MAHONY.Agt., H. i F-'- V r Fruits, Shade! RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall "-- Ex. ! bakIW j M. PHGLPS, I J. T. SUTTOKT, c Mason Hotel first-clas- s. - Offt-- Lancaster, ttfuHlj-NtKiiu- rliot m-iI GOLDSTEIN, - - . AugUi-ttHh- ,ru n GsSh y Issue. I nttvj rM.rv-anlif.- 1 1m? li. NitM-iu- toni-inen- - luclaili-,Ori- lb-I- DR. P. W. CARTER, PUBLIC SALE! . 1 11 i of 1 1 1 "Big Four Route," r fiftv-liv- c, NOTICE. JX.JtfcCkAJY 1 Toledo and Detroit. low-whe- ol Pro-dn- ct 1 1 1 Teb-elmii- e 1 llou-ehol- nl-- ST. LOUIS BOSTON. le-- Mj d er KENTUCKY'S Aa.. " NEW YOBK. GREAT TROTS TAKE THE Soutnem Railway The Q. & C. will sell tickets at low rates to Washington, Oct. on account of tho National Spiritualist convention. To Now Market, Ont, Oct. on account of the AraeTlcan Christian 18-25 OCT. 4 TO 15. You Take Pills? 10-1- 5, Stakes, $7g000 Purses The Popular Route to 20 d Through Sleeping Cars CHICAGO. World's Greatest Racing. Dellcstedt-Ballenburg THREE. DAILYTUAINS l. Penny's Drug Store. iUa,", . Ky J- , L . '"., t . .-t Jt ;.! AJ yV" ife J,