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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898101401 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. r v r or SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. BRIEF NEWS y NOTATION, de- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1898. MIDDIEBUBG. NEWS IN NO. G4 THE VICINAGE, DANVILLE, Owing to tho coutloued rainy weathHopklnsvlllo Is to lmvo tree mull er corn U rotting In the shock. livery. ' II. C. Urown, deputy sherlti, arrested A private bank at Holland, Mich., was blown open and robbed of 610,000. Georgo Austin on a bench warrant sent from Lincoln. Itudolpb Muller, who killed his wlfo McU. Jones has killed SO tqulrrels in 10 years. nt Louisville, was lot OIT with the lust few weeks. Mack says they Mrs Ilaehel MeAulcy, who was ure still plentiful and easily gotten at. famouB as an actress In tho early 'Tos, Tho soldier boys in this taction on died at Now York. furlough will report on tho 18th at A Chicago rascal capjxnl tho cllinax Lexington, when ihey hope to be by petitioning in bankruptcy with out of service $300,000 liabilities and no assets. The holiness people have captured At 1'aducab a child has been swrt-te- d Liberty and are holding orvloes on to white school, whoso father is a the streets. The next thing we hear Chinaman and mother u Caucasian. will bo that Jndgo J. H. Stone and loss of $000,000 was bustalned In Dick Glbonoy havo embraced the docA tho destruction by flro of the Tourlct trine of sancthlcation. It l? more Hotel, iu process of construction, at amusing thau serious to Imagine those two old sinners up testifying. There Is Tacoma, Wash. A ideological survey party Is allowed One coiifohulon, however, they would to have discovered n peak In a Alaska havo to dUcard tho uo of tobacco, which Is 1:0,000 feet above tho sea line, which Is not allowed among holiness people, and that would save their the highest in North Amorlca. linrliiL' Lho oast six or seven weeks friends, from whom they aro always mus-trod s ii.iii..lfuul4iif boor nud six havo been sent from tho of elgarultcs United Stales to tho 1'hlllpplnos. Tho lUchmond (Va.) chapter of the Daughters of tho Confodcracv Is raising mouej to orect n handsomo monument over the gravo of Miss Winnie Davis, Tho court of appoals alllrmcd tho decision sontonclng George l'ortwood to death at Lexington, for tho cowardly murder of Hlchard l'urklns, n car-load- begging, much nnnoyauce. He v. Nathan Price In hlsdtscourreat Turkey Knob Sunday took a crack ut every sin in sight. Ho was particularly hard on Sabbath breakers, handling them without gloves. He was an entire etrangor fn that section, but his discourse was applicable to several church members, who live In the vicinity. To our knowledge there are those who think nothing ol doing their trading altogether on tho Sabbath day, and deferring Utile jobs for their attention on that day. Such things are shamefully disgraceful, and no one with proper rospect for tho laws of tho country, to say nothing of tho lnw of God, will be guilty of thorn. Hev. Price Is the only preacher In this tectlon that has the courage to tackle these things, and he Is endorsed by the better class of jkio-lT. S. 13. Casey farmers aro putting In a greatly Increased acreage of wheat this year. Lait fall It wa too dry and this year the ruin hinders thorn. Dr. J. T. Wesley has had his recovered. Mrs. Mollle Durham and son, Hrack, havo returned home from a visit In Taylor county. Mrs. Maggie Royalty is vltdtlng friends in Lexington. Tho school is progressing nboly. Thoo. Wosley and Dr. L. J. Wesley woroat Hradfordsvillo Saturday on buntnoss. Tho wrltor spout Saturday and Sunday in LIucolu county visiting relative. Capt. Green, of Co. M., 2d Ky. Voluntuorn, ami ono of the fow christian men of that regiment, will preach at lho Huptist church Sunday. While tho I.VTKRlOK Jouknal. is no froe advertising medium, wo would like to Impress upon the minds of all true democrats tho Importancy" of lending their UisUtunuQ by subscribing to either tho dally or weekly Louisville Dlsputoh; not that tho great champion of the Southern domocracy is on lho wnnc, but it is supported mainly on subscriptions, many of the leading uiibiuoss men inning 10 Use it as an advertising medium, thereby hoping to crush It: but It is hope against hope for lho Dispatch has the largest circulation of any paper iu the entire South-lauresl-dund. cripple. Thu Owonhlwro olllcers who shot and killed Howard Clark and Mattlo near Uookport, Ind., woro exon erated by tho verdict of Coroner Suite-vllllmhl that thu killlni: was ' Ma-hono- y Mrs. Jennie ShunmKer wns elected a school trustee In Jessamine county. Thomas Brooks, a MadUon county farmer, died In great agony from eating grapes. Elrod is tho namo of a new postolllcc In Pulaski and M. 11. DoUord has been made postmaster. A report from Manchester says that Circuit Clerk D. W. White accidental-lshot and killed James Gamblll at Manchester. Tho Harrodsburg Sayings says that when people get educated to a paper they have little uto for the terrapin variety of journalism. T. Gritlln, Livingston, put a rat in a snake box to feed the reptiles on. The rodent was of Fitzslmmons extraction, and nearly killed all tho snakes. At Mlddlcsboro, Marlon Durrough, IH, died Sunday, and his wife, 6S, died Monduy, They wero burled in tho same collln. For 10 years they traveled on foot seeing the country. Suit has been Instituted at Somcrsot against Wm. Cooper and his 15 sureties for an alleged balance of 1SIHJ taxes, amounting to about $13,000. Cooper was elected sheriff In 1801 and acted as sheriff for und 1S0D, but on account of his allogcd failure to offor sulllclcnt security on his bond for 1607 he was removed from office by County Judgo Win. Catron. Tho Uniform Rank, Knights of Py thias or Kentucky, havo completed arrangements with the Mlddlesboro lodge to hold the competitive drill y twlce-a-week Synod Is In session and opened Tuesday evening by a most Interesting address by Dr. Hamilton, of Louisville. Tom Raiun escaped from tho work- -' house Tuesday and had only worked out .'10 days of a sentence for .'100 davs. The Usiiai largo crowd was In town Monday to see Cooper & Co's circus. A very poor street parade, but the circus is reported good. The ladles of the 1st Presbyterian church aro much Interested In making money to add to the fund for the new chapel which they expect to annex to the church. On Wednesday, cakes and other good things to eat were displayed In the window of Rowland fc Co. MifaS SAVE , , TO1L1L ANBFIS1ED By Buying Suits, Overcoats, Telephone No. 136. Cypress Shingles. Sks, Hats, k. DANVILLE, KY. Jron Fence. From The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Jennie Knott, a nelce J. Proctor Knott, died nt Lebanon Saturday of heart disease. Several years Col-leg- of Gov. lo' o. Jus tillable. untnrlntiH "vl u-l- -- bandit. City. The K)llcu bolluvo ho . U Kansas fnnnocLod with thu train robborios which have occurred In the vicinity rtcontly. In Tallahatchie county, MUs., un known parties burned up a dying white manlnthoohureh In which ho had tak en refuge when utuieked with a dlsoase subsequontly dlagnosod as yellow fevor by Dr. Harrison. Owlng-vlll- Joso Jiuno. Jr., tho once Is under nrrebt at on of u. in thu poultontlary. and Young Is a win of Young. Cora Smith, who inurdrd her blind father, Mlku Smith, In Dos Motrin, In 1M)I, by putting rough on ruts In his 00IT00, committod suicide at the Anamosa psnltontiary by eating llfo spldurs. Sho was sorvlng with hor mother. At a mooting of the Statu Hoard of -- 00 Eddy vlllo Prison Cominl.-slonurconvicts wero loasod to Charles Horner, of Haltlmorc, to mako hollow-warand a contract was closed with Byboe fc McClolland for l."0 Kddyvlllc convicts to mako brcM)ins and bruslies. Whon Zola's liout-- ind furniture wero put up t Paris to satisfy a judgment of 110,000 francs ngnlnst him In tho Droyfus case, his frlonds ran a walnut tablo which cost 120 francs to .'12,000 francs, thus producing tho necessary amount, and stopping tho sale. Mary Allen, of Covington, aged 00 years, an actress, who for tome tlmo was loading lady In Joe JolTursonV "Ulp Van Winkle" company, was to pay a llnu of $100 and to be imprisoned In tho Warron county, () , jail for threo months, for pension frauds. Dr. II. S. Tannor. of Now Mexico, reputation by who made a world-wid- e fasting for 10 days' In 1SS0, was In Louis vlllo this wook. Dosplto his yoars, he says ho was never In better health, and somo tlmoh wonders how ho Is over going to get away from hi body when ho comes to die. Eleven mon are doad and 10 wounded as tho result of a battle at Vlrden, 111., between union miners, stockade guards and Negroes Imported from tho South. The Negroes had arrived to take tho places of the btriklug uulon miners and as soon us tho train stopped, the firing began. Troops havo been sent to tho scone. of The third trial at D. Young for the killing of Plln- John nuv I'ascett. rouultod in a venlict of guilty. Thu jury fixed Young's punish- there at the meeting of the State Grand Lodge on the 23th. Six huudred dollars prize money hns been offied by Mlddlesboro Lodge, and it is expected that five or six companies will enter the contest. Near Wllllanistown, a double-headfreight train, on the C. S. pulling CO loaded cars, wns running at a high rate of spood on a down grade, when a oar loaded with pig iron coar tho mid dle of the train broke iu two. Tho momentum of tho cars behind wa- so great that 10 cars were almost entirely demolished, and their contents plied In an Indiscriminate mass of wreckage on oach side of. the track. The track was er - torn up for 200 yards. lost. No lives were Fiklus a Hanson's Minstukls. Hear in mind tho date of Fluids and Hanson's far famed Minstrel organ iatlon, that will appear for one night only at Walton's Opera Houso on Sat urday evening, 15th, and the public will wltnoss a jwrformanco of rare merit, and one continuous round of pleasure, prusontcd by a notable roster of mlnstrol graduates, comedy exports, vocal and celebrities. Tho onti re program, which will be pre sented, will no doubt, prove to be a most pleasant surprise, umbraclng, aIt does, a brilliant succession of timely satlros. Tho newest of farces, absolutely novel, special number? will bo introduced, everything pertaining to a performance will be found with Fields & Hanson's compauy, In fact It will be a positively refreshing review of modern mlnstreUv. ' mu-ic- al - ment at six yars ov-Jud- 11 fron-ton- co a, e, llret-cla- ss HON. (i. O. OILUUHT nominee for Congroes, dcmocrntlc will speak nt tho following pluccs: NIcholasvillo, Oct. 17. Wllmoro, Oct. IS. Crab Orchard. Oct. 20. Hustonvllle, Oct. 21. Waynesburg, Oct. 22, afternoon, and Kingsvllle, Oct. 22, night. Lancaster, Oct. 21. Paint Lick, Oct. 25. Boroa, Oct. 27. Union City, Oct. 23. Foxtown, Oct. 20. Livingston, Nov. 3. Urodhead, Nov. 4. Mt. Vornon, Nov. iu Hon, R. C. Warren will bo with Mr. Gilbert at all his appointments in this I county and also address tho voters. Bijour White shipped a car load of hogs, containing KB, to Cincinnati, and 75 of them died before they reached Union Stock Yards. He clnlms 'Jiat they were delayed by the railroad 12 hours in Covington, while the railroad people allege the cur was over crowded. Mr. White's loss will be between 8500 and $000. Richmond Roglstor. Mr. J. W. Williams has rented a farln near Moroland, Lincoln county, and with his family has gone to that couuty to rosldo. Re Is a good citizen and a flrst-clafarmor, and wo comity. C. C. mend him nud his family to the people The Q. & sell tickets at low at tholr new homo. Falmouth Fondle-Ioniarates to Washington, Oct. on ac count of tho National Spiritualist con In tho stomach of a cow slaughtered vention. Tg Now Market, Ont., Oct. 10 15, on In Armour's plant at tho stockyards In account of tho American Christian Chicago last week, was found a gold medal In tho form of a Maltese cross convention. To Now York, Oct. on account which has been identified and returned to Its owner, who lost It whllo a of tho Luther League of America. school girl 17 years ago, ou one of tho Tho approved mode of suicide by a prairie paths of Texas. certain African tribe Is to wado Into Whon Charles Keume, of tho 2d tho lako and calmly wait for a crook- - Missouri, returned to St. Louis from oJUe to open Its mouth and be swallow- Lexington, Ky., ho found his wlfo lived. ing with a Negro. Ho killed him, but Old fashions In dress may bo revl ved unfortunately let her live. Wercbojansk, in Siberia, is said to but no old fashioned mcdlclno can replaco Chamborlaln's Colic, Cholera be tho coldest spot on earth. A temand Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale bv perature of 00 degrees balow zoro (Fahrenheit) has been observed there. Craig.? Hockor, Druggists, Stanford. ava-lanch- There counts to be some disaffection in the democracy of Russell and Adair counties. White Is tolling it that Judgo Tye is running in tho interest of Hore- Ingand savoral of tho democrats aro Ignorantly going to support White unless they can learn belter. No ono over acoused Tyo of bolog so Iniimatc politically with Roroing or tho republican party and tho charge should be stumped as a lie. White wanta to go Duck to congress worse than hev wants to defeat Rorclng and heucu the charges. In tho meanwhile tho rads of tho "Bloody Eleventh" seem to be b.idly scared. Thoy have sent out an appeal for every republican to support the noiuluuo and elect tho "soldier, patriot, citizen, christian, business man," of Laurel, and give him tho largest plurality over given a candidate In the district. The republicans of Kentucky know full well tholr short life In the Statu Is over ami tholr prin cipal light Is with Uorcing ami Jonas and If tho democrats will only come out and cast their votes for llobsou. tho latter will bo buried under an of ballots live thousand majoro C-wi- HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Wo havo two children who are sub ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack Is coming on my wlfo gives them Chamborlaln's Cough Remody and it always prevents tho attack. 1 is a household necessity in this county aud no matter what olse wt run out of, it would not do to be without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. More of It Is sold hero than of all other cough medicines combined. J. M. Nlckle, of Nlokle Bros., morohunts, Nlclclovlllc, Pa. For sale by Craig & Hockor, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. ago sho was a pupil at Stanford o und endeared herself to all who knew hor by her sweet and gentle disposition and kind heart, but relentless death has stolen her away. a9 If sho was too pure and fragile for this n world. 4,Blesscd are tho pure in heart for they shall see God." It Is gratifying to know that more interest is being manifested in the Y. M. C. A., of Centre College. Recently they had a most Interesting address from the State College Secretary, Mr. Lacy I. MolTett. Sunday afternoon the delegates to the Southern Students Convention. Messrs. Chenault Hugue-l- y and G. Howard Bruce, made their reports which were very encouraging What a groat amount of good could be accomplished if every student in Col lege was Interested. Mrs. J. E. Farrand, of Lebanon, Is with Mrs. LUIle Buchanan. Row n Noel and wife are visiting her mother, Mrs. Klncald. Mrs. Amanda McMurtry, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Lanier on Lexington Avenue. Rev. J. C. Randolph, of Pecwee Valley, Is vsltlng Dr. and Mrs. Nelson. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Moore and daughter, of New York, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Evans have gone to New York. For somo time there has been con siderable stealing going on In Danville. Cellars robbed of their contents, grain and coal stolen from cars at depot, but the police have failed to catch them until this week. Sevoral colored boys, whose ages aro from 10 to 12, were arrested for breaking Into the cars and stealing grain. Four colored men, Sam Owsley, Tanzlo Chenault, Marshal Hayden and Clay Smith wero lor having bought the grain, knowing it was stolon. The men were holdovorto theuext term of Boyle circuit court and under bond of $200 cneh. The marriage of Miss Martha n and Dr. C. L. Bell was solemnized at 1 o'clock on Wednesday at the home of the bride on Broadway. Ceremony was performed by Dr. J. M. Worrall. Misses Bessie Woolfolk, Florence Downton, Bessie Monks and Hester Bryant were tho attendants and Miss Mamie Batterton maid of honor. The bride Is very lovely and handsome and has been a great favorite in society. Thus is another one of Danville's fair daughters given away to adorn and bless a new sphere of usefulness. "May her life, like the brook, How on In joy forever, whllo clouds and sunshine may come and storm-beateLu-claar-rost- ed Bat-terto- A. C.SIHBJ Metal Roofiner. ( STANFORD, KT. &5bJ Mill 'Work. u v I 1' (J Value IsThs Trade Loadstone After receiving and getting In position our big stock for Tall nnd Winter ready for tho big trade we aro sure to enjoy, we ure glad to know that m I -- We Have Great Values to Show You And overy kind but the poor kind. We Invito you to call ou us nnd If we please you, tell others, If not tell us. SHOE?. Ladle, get tho proper too which Is broad; the vamp short. Wo can show them. Shoe- - for evcry-lxd- y. Tho Worth It tho attractive feature. Men's Furnishings, Trunks. V A m tyt: 1 "! CALDWELL & LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. ti Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. Elocution, under cuj. Literature, fc'ciencu, Art Full Course of tured and experienced teachers Special attention given to Primary and I'reiViratory Olnsscs, Call nt the College nnd Ret a copv of our Now Catalogue, or write for ono to Mrs NANNIK, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principil. Staufoid, Ky. III 58 Next Session Will Open September 5th. Study in Music, and woUbhw : Without a clean, well shined shoe no one is well dressed. OF m i Ours w I ate : : :;i Mi nut T eat Stvli sh And Durable. Vest-lljj. ii i il I fll Kj Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Soles, Black ami Tan, Kid on ing Top, Same Colors and Styles in Children's go." Mrs. Mary Gill expects to leave this week for the Pacific coast and go to Honolulu, Japan, China and other countries. Sho was formerly a resident of Danvlllo and has recelvod a cordial welcome during her visit this summer to hor old frlonds. Rev. W. E. Bryce and wife, of Shclbyvllle, are with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McGrorty on East Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bell, Mes srs. Jack and Tom Bell, of Hartford City, Ind., Mrs. Overall, of Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Morris, of Louisville, attended the Bell Battertou marriage Wednesday. Miss Florence Downton arrived Tuesday to officiate at Miss Batterton's wedding. Mrs. C. R. McDowell went to Springfield Monday to attend tho funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Caldwell did not go East as expected on account of Mrs. Caldwell being ill. Men's Black Calf, Box Calf, Oordivans and Tans, In all the latest toe.. Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boots, gan isoots ironi si.ou, up Bro- - i 1 : it !(4! 1 M iWi H. . -- J. McROBERTS. - 1 asS'stss?'Ssss ;gs:'stss?'fg ss n. 18-- 23 1S-- 20 1 Cakd of Thanks. I want to publicly thank my neighbors and friends, especially Mr. John G. Lynn, for their untiring attention to my lato husband, John C. Hill, during his illness and their great kindness to mo all through the trying time. No one ever had more devoted friends and no ono ever felt a deeper and more lasting gratitude to them than myself. May God We are out this year with somo new improvements. Souio manufacturers imitate bless them all. Mrs. Lizzio Hill. We don't; we originate. Perfect In ba'at:cesl light draft, force feed, Ac. Joseph Razor, 80, getting more kittenish every day, was married Saturday. He waited 03 years for his financeo When you aro oflered a disc drill. O.heis arj im'tat'ons. Wo wero unable to fil w to give tho signal. our orders last year, ani kindly ask you to p'.ace ) our order ith'us early for the lest Miss Lavlnla Shanuon Is the leading on earth. lady of tho stock company at the Grand, in Indianapolis. Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGGINS & McKINNEY. j .Vj . Wi .fy'-- l -., ' ffr- , . o . F, U t. w ,, V tho "empty congress in the "th district'1 in a con being notably the caso in Kentucky, Is The farmers complnlu that 'tho corn rottlnir in the Held. vention presided over by a Negro and while the democrats will recover two The streets to town on Richmond Stanford, Ky.. Oct. 14. 189S whoso minutes were kept nlso by a and possibly four districts in Virginia. road have been irrcatlv Imurovcil Negro. The Negro editor, K. C. O. They are also credited with one disBenjamin, who was put in nomination trict in Maryland, yhleh now sends a recently. After trial. Miss Salllo LcrUy was W. P. WALTON. for congress, only got votes, how solid republican delegation. A strcn-nouadjudged Insano and sent to tho Lexlight Is also being made In tho ington ever, and Hardin's nomination was Asylum last Tuesday. made unanimous. The worso tlian Texas district which Is now representDemocratic Nominee For Congress Tho weather is very pleasant; tho is possible empty honors of chairman and secre- ed by a republican, and it Kver since the beginning of our gteat sa'e green in HON. G, G. GILBERT, tary of the convention given to tho that the republican seat in Alabama trees are asptsturagoas was while tne never liner Negroes as a bait may catch them and Milt 1... Inr ' W 4U3VI Of Shelby County. season. a few other suckers, but Benjamin will Judge Jones' most ardent admirer at this fine Tho condition or tho roads In this an In his set speech at Omaha, tho see that tho majority of them lenore will not claim for him that he is would will- county has led to the uso of buggies, president sounded his own praises over the nominee as much as ho was ignored. orator, and the man who many of which can bo seen, whereas 10 fully go to hear him the second time, tho matchless results of the war and years ago such a vehicle was a curlosl- OXB story is good until another is must either bo a grafter or an idiot, regretted that anyone should try to told. Capt. Crowninshlold, of tho schoolboy than V W. B. Smith sold a farm located near At this writing the store i filled to overflowing with nn anxious crowd of bujers detract from It and sow seeds of dissat- Bureau of Navigation, reports that tho lie speaks more like a who nre out in force a candidate for appellate judge, and Jamos Myers' to Win. Dowcll. The isfaction. In other words, ho thinks It sinking of the Merrimac was not origi his pronunciation sounds like that of property recently owned by Wils. oughtn't to be mentioned how hundreds nated by Hobson, but ordered from a backwoodsman. Just why ho was Grillln hns been purchased by Mrs. ! of the ilowcr of the earth were murWashington, and Indirectly charges given the republican nomination for Patsy Brown. dered In camps by his ignorant and Schley with cowardice, stating ho did that otllce over Judge Lester no Quito a little sensation was caused At this great sale. Buyers vicious dogdoctorsandothers Incnpablo are coining in carriages, in wagons and on foot. They -of a not leave Clonfuegos for Santiago until one outside tho gang can tell unless, Wednesday morning by the elopement nre coming empty of providing for the wants even handed and going away carrying bundles of bargains. Our forced by orders from the Capital, and perhaps, it was oecause Judge Jones of Miss Lena Kennedy to Louisville, brute. But cry he never so loudly, the when he had reached Santiago turned since thi great sale has been a revelation. Great piles of nicn'd perfect clothhas it bar'l o' money and Judge Lester where she and Bernard Robinson, of down, but will continue to ghost wont ing, great pile- of boys' perfect clothing, great lots of Shoes, lints nn.l FiirnlBhlnir back for Key West "to coal," which has none. Glasgow News. Bowling Green, were united In matrl Btalk and haunt those responsible for Goods, all to ho moved by the great lever -- Low I'rlcos -- some prices no matter how necessitated the sending of Rear mony. Miss Lena is a lovelv irirl and. the outrages. McKlnley and his mil- Admiral Sampson. These stories will low. We want everybody to know it nnd come .u unco nnd .. l.r., nf !.., l,..r. WAR ECHOES. had many warm friends here. lionaire and miserable secretary of war not even do to tell gains. Come and sec how your money will have double ami treble buying power. the marines, who Gen. Wheeler has assumed command Tho services continue at the Christian are trembling In their boots for fear know better. , congress may be demonf hUnaw onvalrv division at Hunts- - church with unabated interest. It Is that the next with difficulty tho largo crowds are "N6.MIXATH R. C. O. Benjamin for ville, Ala. cratic, and at present it looks Uko their Gen. Jos. C. Breckinridge has been seated; such eagerness Is shown to hear fears are not groundless by any means. congress and nail the democratic Ho The people know that only by electing that you are simply using tho colored ordered to return to his former post as the truths of God's word as expounded by Bro. I. M. Boswell. Eleven persons democrats will an honest Investigation man as a tool," said tho Negro orator, Inspector general Nov. HO. You will never fee equaled again. be made and who put him in nomination at Frankwas killed by Corporal have already come forward. The meetSergt. Green of tho war department A big line of Cnllco only He. Ynnl wide Wench Cotton ,1 Je. they are determined to see that the fort, but as they went right along and Edwards, another Negro in the Im- ing will close Sunday night. Mrs. Sam Hooker is vlslthiL' relatives Yard "Wide Hlench Cotton ic, 7c quality. Luce Curtains H ydi long only 10c next body Is democratic. The Eighth nominated a white man, they didn't mune camp at Lexington, over a hero. A. C. Stapp sold somo RockcasLadles' Corset, 18 to 30, only LMo, worth .0c. I.a.lKV Drcit'stlrts lSc. district will help in that much desired seem to think It a He, nor feel desirous woman. end by giving Gilbert a rousing major- of nailing it. Indies' Flannel Skills Me, worth Toe. Clonks for tho hnby, 00c. The American llag will be raised tle land to Louisville parties this week. LiulleV Fur Trimmed Capes DSc. Fine line Ltdies' Hat, nice v Trimmed, for 05c ity and sending the weak little apologist over I'orto Rico. Oct. IS, and the Island J. G. Frith, of Brodhcad, was In town OVEK 100 High School girls at Grand will then pass under. the complete con- Thursday. A child of Steve Albright $1 W ami il 4S. Ladles' Walking Hats, 3Sc, We, 78c. of the administration to grass and Rapids kissed Gen. Shafter. These died at Brodhead. A. II. Bastln, of United States. obscurity. little geese do not know any better. trol of the Thirty cannon captured at Santiago Crab Orchard, was here on tolcphono WOODFOHD G. DUXLAI has with- A grown woman, who hns had experi- are to be shipped to the United States business Wednosday. Miss MUttle drawn from the race for "the empty ence in the Oscillatory line, had as soon for presentation to 15 of tho principal Williams accompanied Mr. and Mrs. honor" as he calls a republican nomi- kiss a tub of lard as the obese old cities as trophies of the war. W. J. Sparks to Louisville Tuesday. l-2- c. nation for congress in the "th district. egotist. testifying before the Mrs. Kate Tharp. of Brodhead, is the Gen. Graham, The machine is against him and as it Is POLITICAL POINTS, Dodge commission, actually admitted guest of Mrs. Nannie Albright. Dr. Children's and Union Suits 21c. a bucking machine ho fears to tackle faulty conditions at Camp Pennington has returned from a trip to Men's Merino Underwear, white nnd grey, only ISc per suit Joseph Simon, of Oregon, is the third there were It. He persists, however, that the Miss Kato Moore, our Alger, laying tho blame on otllccrs of Louisville. Men's I'.ow Shoes 7oc. Men's Creole Shorn, I:c, north f I 'JS. Men'i" Fine yimcS working republicans, "not the kid- - Jew to hold a seat In the U. S. Senate, accommodating and popular lady mervolunteers. OSc. Ladies Glove Grain Shoes, Lace and Hutton, OSc. Benjamin and Moses being the other element, nor tho clove The battleships Oregon and Iowa chant, has conducted herbuslnossalone element, nor the defenders of the civil two Wednesday for oitrht years: doing a prosperous A wnlte republican nas been ap- - tailed from New York service," are for him in large numbers, - fin. orders. They were fol- - buslnuss. Section Foreman Whltt, of hivithpiunder sealed but he prefers not to detract from the nnlntml tn n inl n nnlni'ivl Pennington, Va., will protocutu the by two colliers. Their destin . .. ., of "his traducers elinml.r vi7.. jirinltnr of tho Owcnshnrn , lowed magnificent victory murderer of his brother, which occurred ation is understood to be Manila. and villiflers, who did not dare to make custom house. colored, ar- near here recently. MUs Mollle Baker When the 10th cavalry, their slanderous charges in person, nor A warm contest is raging In South rived at Huntsville, Ala., some of Its Is visiting here. Rumors of a wudding Men's McInto-.l- i Cnpe Coats n low ns I l.l izos 3(J to 48. Dakota on the question of woman suf-- i make them worthy of notice by their Hoys' McInto-.l- i Capo Conts at f KM. Involved In a dltll- - of people wo know are now In circulabecame In the newspapers." The frage, which is to be decided at the members tion. Men's Clay Worsted and Iilack Cheviot Suit at only fiMS, worth f5. .1... wim Vm unity ...UK uiu tMIMI'nkT guard. One i tn,iw,i , annrn.ichinfrc election in that State. ,,.,, iu... uum.u, .,.. , ., way of the politician jo uwu 1UU1.CU Itoys' Knee Pants SuiH ?.1c. Hoys' Knt-- rants U'c o Virtl In his speech at Shelbyvillo Monday, ' man was Kllieu anu unt-H.I .n1f.ln- - , whftn U13U tlinrt nvUUU JUUblUS 13 ttJiui , iaiauv. -. ESTRAY HOUSE:. wnt uaruin announced nis .. Dlu,CJlD 0f Co., L, men fight over such empty honors as a en. -governor, u nas oeen Came to ; t 6lh, a licu I omlnatlon in the old canuiaacy lor congressional U. S. volun- - nlil. aHnut 'mrhn.li liuli, iIichI all lay inure ImAi ' anxiii.t ami understood all a one that he was a can- - -- u ivciuucKy iK Ashlund district W M. MuM.K like lic ba luJ tiMula dldnto. but this was his first nubile teer ls in receipt of a letter from lUUrtt C'rrV. (Major J. Erabry Allen at Lexington, The president Is averse to having assertion that he was. neces- - PHOTOCRAPHER'S the family skeleton aired in court by OUTFIT. "Mercer county will give Gilbert, 'advising . hiin that i it will not be . ,. . . T. D. HANKY, Manager. ..il ui i.io men tho trial of Mrs. George for the mur- the democratic nominee. 400 raaiorltv. sa'T lor mm to tau u loii&.vu. cHi:.vr. they wish to Saxton, at and ho will carry every county In the " to whether or not der of his brother-in-la- w lhe ervlce, as the governor Canton, O., and is said to have asked IJrnnch Mores at Iari, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, HardMuwn, Lawrenceburg, except one, Rockcastle, and' lnan etery lmt lnelml( If nt, a ! fe lurv Kiuinencc, Georgetown, K,iahtthtown. Frankfort, Mauckport, Ind, has advices from the war department thlnsntftrj- to the lletur.. IhhIh rr the judge to let her be Indicted and be elected easily," said Hon. Morgan w. c. twu.ro iu. . t J.. "ii t .1 f keep the case from uuuin io a Cincinnati cnumrer man. ; that the 2d regiment will not remain balled and then HiKtimrlllr, Ky, coming to trial. It seems to be the This from the Glasgow Times seems in the service. general feeling that Saxton got hisj to call for pistols and roiTee fhirinv--jl The naval board finds tnat neuner FOR KEXT--189deserts and that the woman should go Metcalf's bawl overblown withdrawal cDiey nor aampson uUst:rt.-- iu ..without further punishment, but It from the race of secretary of State tor Ccrvora's destruction. All the W ett nt UhJ, goxl hon B rooiut, taivi tarn, looks a little bad to see tho president suggests quite an appropriateness in Bory belongs to the several captains 0xxl a..le itrchanl. with .loiilj cf sn.aii Ir t, I to In whrot. or 1.' .! Jotin M M of tho United States interceding to abbreviating his name to the second engaged, the brunt of the battle being HoUtH, ijtaufor.l, or writ.- - Io fulloii m U T .Mtl.ol'.l UT. oorno oy tne uregon, prevent a judicial Investigation. Sax- syllable i"a Jlr Mlheat, Kjr ork, flagship, the New ton sowed the wind and reaped the n Sampson's Autriitns Van Wvrk hm SAM ADMINIsTUATOUS whirlwind, but legal sanction should real unifying force. He is today sup- was about nine miles from the Colon not be clven to his assassination inJ ported by practically every paper In tho when that ship surrendered, and euch a manner as the head of the gov State which was ever in any senso between four and five miles from the Land And eminent proposes. democratic. The bettine Is odds that nearest sister ships engaged (from wmen signal uistance is tunum. A A1bi r with the will annm il ' srlh It is said that although Mites' name he will be elected governor of New 'direction of the movement of ships 1.UCU1, .lecMil, I will nn York. was signed to the order directing that lninif tV.fi linttli u'na "There Is no one opposed to territor- .1 . l... Maj. Gen. J. C. Breckinridge be mus- ial expansion, so far as 1 am aware. inconsiderable, his flagship being on Saturday, October 22, '08. At the lat rel'ltiief lr.t li ilii ' irMn If you want the tered out of the service, he never sign- What tho democratic party Insists an average of two miles away. tj the lliitoiiTlllo Ky Mtll ai .ii .. aiicti liii(liet hlililer ed tnat and several others to which his upon, is a colonial form of government The United Stales will not tolerate fat tuna, iia, J hoat, t nlk ci . name Is affixed. The secretary had for new possessions, a government any delay in tho evacuation of either IS hoati .f 1ht a n I lamiw, farm j i.ip.iineiiit, arxt Lllrtivn au l arr s It in for Breckinridge because he uiroctiy under control ot congress, as Cuba or Porto Rico, and is firm in Its of o.rti In thv Holil ainl iHrnllure f li.n Ma. k Aixl a ilm'rf the entire five I 'I il I : is, told the truth about the camp scandals ,n the Q o Alaaktti..Senator Tur determination to assume control of with the will anuettil ihe a at Chickamauga and he cowardly used pie, of Indiana. uuie U Cuba on December 1 and of Porto Mlueilay at)at thel.!J.Ir the "oH. rai j You will find nt it the tiun t the hhjhnt Miles' name to make his turn down the A dispatch from Frankfort says that Rico October IS whethor or not tho more pointed. Alger Is confirming the politicians who have visited I,UCAS FAU3I the llth Spanisn troops have all been removed belief that he is of very small calibre congressional district, recently, roport by the dates specified. The United Of BLUG-GRA- $$ 'J"i 3rt' I IiIa Atrni U wril iiiit. laul and if he doesn't mind he will again In a ultltalkiii not furnish any transports, lanre high tal of frame In irmcI Th nn l n (5 a that John D. White, who is running States will convict himself before the whitewash- as an independent republican for Con as stated in a censored cnblo dispatch IxiUilirxaareMW'h aaie uuu.H unlcr llicit fomiJ n a well his form ing commission whitewashes him. gress, has an excellent chance to beat from Sao Juan. No otfiolal coiillrma-- ; IimjmovmI or all mm .filrjan.l r trKiiialtv 'lHM! our that aimint Borelcg, the regular republican nom tion of the dlsiutch sent from Madrid ' nler, nh,imIi wim kki eurityr. .lit fofthrrt iH.niHK uti ivariiij; inter C. E. W. CONTINUES his onslaught inee. an.! stating that the Mmnlsh government t fnmt .lay nf taleM)illiir )al.)e In ' ank i The IjihI will I on tho Philistines in the Richmond iah, 'n! t"ci And our price Is 10c a pound. The municipal election resulted In a had announced Us Intention of mainIf thoro was a belter grade to 1h had oris nn.ntliii.il Climax and carries the war into Alrlcd, big democratic victory In Chattanooga. taining u ntrong force of troops In in riiiK interet ftrtii ritilti wliti .'xl n5na tittle we would get it. but there can bo nothing belter than the best ta a tru of Mile are rumnl l'iMi(.n tiinty This h sotospeak, by going for Tipton, of the j out of eight aldermen elected, seven Cuba until the treaty of peace had worn is a strong statement but the coll'ee is here to hack it up J. W. HtKKI.lt V.li.r, wnom ne enarges sold nis aro democrats. lliil'it,il!e, Ky Only two republicans been signed, has been received. pontics lor a meaiey ouice, anu uranu-in- g are left in the city council. Less than .......- Ir, .),i ..ti.vi,! r1 tH.i ' TI "NE PERFORMANCE. his statement that C. E. W. was oOO republican votes were polled In the JST, To cat nt the Lowest Pilce. Como nnd See. over anything but a democrat, as false. entire city. This is another straw und Rwlounw tor Third MlMl-.lp,- .I Desist oh, insatiate, C. E. W., desist or which shows how tho wind will blow two hours Monday night. A battle you may have to suffer for cuelty to next month. between guards and officers on one side ' Fialffc fL HstlQnn'c animals. is seldom tho same men are able and riotous soldiers raged for nearly an It twice buy an election within a period We hadn't heard of our old friend, of fourtoyears. This is what is so dis hour at Camp Hamilton Depot, where .100 men from the regiments mentioned, Capt. W. H. Lyons, since he was made couraging to tho republican congres- drunk, drinking and armed wlth( a commissary ollicer, till we read a noJ. W. ROUT, Ma.vaokr. campaign committee and the knives, pistols anJ clubs, had captured tice of an order accepting his resigna- sional numerous republican congressmen who a Lexington and Eastern train with tho ng, Stanford, Ky. Main Street, Interior Journal Hi tion. He will now doubtless como to will adorn the humbler walks of life expressed intention of going to Le- Kentucky and set his mouth, which has tiii: itvi 4, next. Marlon (Ohio) Inirton and precipitating a battle with had a long and much needed rest, to after March the provost guard in retaliation for the lmM gj., Km Jg VVmI af Uerrirnflril. talking and, as the Ohio Taylor said, Mirror. nurnam, Judge rep., of tho appellate killing of Private Henry Nygen. Gen NiMiiuniMi mibsv MM... niniintH.I go otf und leave it. court, overruled tho motion of George Wiley heard of it und with his officers Tin: snow or Tin: pkiuok. A.v Ohio W. C. T. U. woman, defeat W. Jolly to reinstate an injunction to and a guard of about 200 men, hurried - Minstrelsy ! ed for a State office, got oven with her prevent tho name of W. T. Fowler to the depot, and gave tho order to tho , Refreslilnj; Swept hy Otejn Hreczts o (ifmilno Wit. 3" successful opponent by saying that from being certified to by county men to leave tho train, froimwhich the beauty counted more than brains with clerks in tho second congressional dis- engine had been uncoupled and run up ' the body. In Kentucky, however, tho trict as the regular republican nom- the road. They refused. Ho then gave flraml Concert lliinl. organization showed its respect both inee, and Fowler's name will go under tho command to his guards to "club, Wo keep "tho best" lino of S"i.erh symphony Orchestra the log cabin. for beauty and brains by their guns and drive tho rascals out of the now mrtaln ralvr ".u livenGov. Bradley has reorganized the tho coaches." Leading his officers and Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp to tho ing with theUki." the timely lilt "TlitiiMiire of board of equalization as follows: Sen-nt- guards, he firmed into tho train, and highest otllce. City's 4'W." W. H. Clark, of Jacksou county, 1110 uatlie uegau, uns ruuu.a tliemanlllteiit.Uttire"lnllioTcn. Gen. Alguk and Gen. Corbin lose vice A. R. Dyche, of Laurel, nnd Henry like demons with clubs und knives MtfM uVrloin ' luH!n "i'aole "The (fol no opportunity to snub Gen. Miles nnd R. Overstreet, of Daviess, vice Henry iifrainst the truards. until .r0 or moro oft tho , Vril ,cJi.,,iay,tr;.T10 ,iram, ow Also "tho best" Paints, Oils, ViirnUlies, Lent, Colors nnd Stains. I'ltESGUIPTION'S enro down his orders. It is said that C. Martin, of Hart county. The old them, welted over tho head and in nn- - Tho tarn otiani." face with rules and revolvers, fell the president would glndly accept members reappointed are, Geo. L. conscious or ran Dieeuin irom tno rnn jihmu nc mi, nesi m me norm.- fully comiouti(leil from "tho Ixst" drugrt obtainable. Your ptitrontige Is always appro goods at reasonable prices. clnted and It will bo our conitaiit nlin to soil "tno ,AM M'les' resignation, in fact he would get Willis, of Franklin county, and W. A. train to renew tho fight on the depot They were finally routed platform. rid of him instanter, if he thought tho Bullock, of Barren county. It said that at The Kxhllaratlng Hand at l. M. American people would calmly submit The Washington Post In reviewing! and order restored. men is are mortally ieaBt two of the Interred Scatt on ale at McKolwrtt' Prug Store to such injustice. Si at utual j.rke. campaign prospects says: "In the . wounded. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL T. J. Hakdi.v, of Owen, was given South the democrats will very largely honor of a nomination for secure their old representation, this ML VERNON, - 12. s Crashing Croaids Through The Store ! mid-summ- er I For The Tremendous Bargains - busi-hu- m 1 A (&1EAT SALE, Ladies' Fleeced Lined Vests at Only 12 Ml-.s- ofllce-holdl- ng ! s u,i - 'i ....., I CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. -e ' i 1 I.-- 1 u-- w 1- ...l iu ... - )r The Louisville Store. i . . ju Cyntlii-ina.Wrsaillc- s, - 9. - ' ir-- i.-vsu- i Personalty. 1 ! I iu J 1 ! , 11 "f3 1 ! aii-- liiu-hul- 11 1 V .1 BestCoffee on Earth . alt GK0(GRY twu-ttr- v I . THE LEVERING COFFEE, uiie-ih- .1 1 ie-- 1 ; Th" tiatiOW-- V Lots of Other Good Things Blue Grass Grocery. MINSTRELS ! . , : 33 a t Membe73 Our Motto: "The Best." 33 Daw-Ki- or iikK WE lllllj n Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, be-t- i - lYi DO NOT MISSmSL Cunt-e- ' J GRA1G HOOKER. A !;. r iXt m '"! ' ,' Hy !. -- vi"r" "r r .w W"f rfwkv "" m w TiinitKwaaa slight frost yesterday Coleman and others will take part In and the first really cool snap of tho the program. fall. Fair tomorrow, ufter cloudy last) During the past year tho American LtNB of finest nnd freshest candies night, U tho prediction. j Sunday School union organized, visited just received at Warren & Shanks'. .. ... . i... or aided 0,321) Sunday schools, with Oct. 14, 1898 Stanford, Ky., Tun L. fe N. will sell round-tri- p' 484,052 scholars and teachers. More your house with coal while tho Fill 0, tickets to Knoxvllle, Oct. at weathor Is pretty. J. II. Baughmnn & 3.'l.G5, which Is less than half fare, on than 0,0"0 conversions were reported'as E. C. Walto.v, JliwiNias Ma.vaokii. Co. having occurred in connection with tho account of tho Street Fair and Trades' work nnd We nro now showing a greit line of Shoes and Boots for Men nnd Hoys, manufactho organization of 60 tured by Uuell ,t Son and the For wot J .Mfg. Co. FAKM for sale, containing 00 ncrc3,ln Carnival. churches followed the establishment of Tin. Inu it n tiw tiitiro nmnmits to Daviess county. Address J. C. FlorIs getting the Union Bible schools during the more than tho cost of protecting an Tub chain letter business entire herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog ence, Stanford, Ky. . to bo a nuisance. Thlsolllcc Is in re year. Ketnedy. Don't wait till lorsea have vi: win ueiiver clover nay in any ceipt of ono nenrly evory day and these or are about to occur, but go now and LAND AND STOCK. quantity at 35c par hundred. Lay in are therefore to Inform tho fenders It from I'eiiuy n Drug Store. got And get prices before making your Fall purchase. S. E. Lackoy sold some mule colts to vour supply while It Is cheap. B. K. that tho chain Is broken overy time It comes this wny. There can be even too J. K. Baughman at $35. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Woarcn it Son. Crab Orchard, Ky. much of a good thing. J. E. Lynn sold to Jake Robinson 20 Boit.v, to tho wife of Frank Martln,a SKLLS it FoituI'AUOH'S circus will cattle, 1,020 pounds, at 4c. ALL visitors to the Buffalo Comotory boy. exhibit ut Lebanon today. Tho L. it The Glasgow Times says that 8250.000 Miss Maooii: Lkwis is visiting at N. will sell round-tri- p tickets for both will remember the grave of Mr. J D. worth of cattle and hogs arc shipped Swain's little boy, who died 10 years from the depot Mr. W. II. lllggtns. trains at 81.45. there annually. ago, from the fact that all of his little Mils. D. N. UOLL.KK, of Livingston, T. J. Bnrgess received 55 mule colts two furloughod soldiers, Ex toys were kept on it. Mrs. Swain died Tub was hero Wednesday. Reynolds and Carroll Portman, aro recently aud was burled at Somerset, for which hd paid from SIS to 835. He has been apCllAHLUS L. Dawks running Ed Wilkinson's barbershop whore tho couple had lived since they pold to J. W.Cecil. of Columbia, Tenn., pointed deputy assessor. 4(1 at 835. Georgetown Times. during his absence. Crippendorf-Dittma- nn left here, and Wednesday Mr. Swain Mit. J. M. Dcncan, county clerk of M. Schlesslnger, of Vlcnnn, reprecamo aud had the remains of tho child Garrard, was hero yesterday. A dispatch was sunt from this oflico senting the Austrian government, hns Mits. I). P. Ham. went over to Lex- to a dally the othor night which requir- taken up and carried to Sorncrsot to be purchased of G. W. Gardner, of Paris, ington Tuesday to seo her ton. ed 1J hours to transmit. Its length placed by thoso of his mother. fo it- his trotting mare. Doris Wilkes, 2:14, S. Consul, can therefore be imagined. JOHN II. MtlXttl., cx-WllAUTOX. Mr. Samuel Wharton for 81,500. . went to LouUvlllo Wednesday. The editor of the pumpkin column of one of Stanford's oldest citizens, died Sr.cONI) CHOP. Manager T. MlSSGLKNN IUmi Is In Lexington Wednesday night, in the Dlstyear of the Danville Advocnte has been preof the Louisville Store, Is enpreparing herself for a trained nurse. his age. Ho camo here from Springfield sented with a pumpkin, which measStyle of Toes: Pug, Royal, Imperial and Natural These como both in stock nnd and children joying a second crop of watermelons Mits. Ko Wilkinson' noarly half a century ago and followed ures four feet In circumference and two patent tips, Uutton and Polish. Every pair Warranted. vUltlng relatives at Junction City. from tho samo vines, which shows him tho trade of tailoring for 25 or 150 years in length. are MlKtf ANNK SHANKS loft Wcdnodny to bo as good a melon raiser as he Is a Twice married, his last wife, who was F. P. Bishop bought a car load of morning to visit hor auntntCbattanoo-.gn- . dry goods man. .. Miss Maggie Latty, and 110 years his butcher stulT In the West End at 2: to TUB teaohors of tho Waynosburg Junior, together with twochlldren.Mlss 3, IS feeders from Josiah Bishop for MltS. Mattik With Kits spent sever-a- l Magisterial District will hold their sec Mary Wharton, of Cynthlnna, and John November delivery at 3! and a lot of days with Mrs. Forostus Hold In ond association al Klngsvllle, Oct. 22d. Wharton, of Springfield, 111., survive hogs at 3c. Danville. Lyon it Allen delivered to Woods This week we expect our factory line of MEX'5 WEAK from Hilmcrs Bettman R Co. A good program has been arranged and him. Mr. Wharton was a member of Du. M. C. IIkath, of Richmond, is everything Indicates a good meeting. the Methodist church aud a good man. Walker, of Garaard, 42 yearling steers with hU children, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. W. R. Swuarmgln, Sooy. nt 4c and 81 on the head. They bought Tklkimionk Mkktixg. The various of W. A. CoHey 12 Severance. steers at TllK parade of Fields it Hanson's Independent telephone companion in 3ic and Is of George Mit. J. Thomas Ciihkky, thu wideL. Carter at 1c. awake Drodhoad merchant, was here Minstrel? will ftnrt from their private Kontucky are taking kindly to tho in- They also bought a d of sheep car al 11:20 tomorrow morning and af- vitation sent out from Crab Orchard for and lambs of W. yesterday. Allen at 3fe. J. They can't be bent. ..Ins. O. H. McHohbkts. of Liberty, ter a concert In front of Court Square holding a mooting at that point about J. F. Cook reports the followlug sales Is up to see hor husband, who Is In a will go through tho principal street.. Nov. 1st for organizing an association, at the Lexington Stock Yards. Thero Be suro to see It and honr the splondld discussing nnd devising ways and means were 400 critical condition. cattle In the pens selling as for bettering the telephone system; follows: 700 to spent sev- music. Miss 1'kaul Uutxsim: steers, plain. quicker eral days with hor couciiis, tho Misses Tub jug trade for tho saloons hero furnishing better and subjects service 31 to :i.?5; 400 to steers 3 to of Impor Uurnslde, In Gnrrard. with prohibition mountain towns la to patrons, and other if. 400 to heifers 3 to 3.15: Miss Kathkimnk McICiNNKY.of thulr biggest Itom of revenue. The tance. Most of the companies have l butcher stulT 3 to 3.00; cows, plain, 2 of hor aunt, was the guest other day wo counted .'HI jugs, none accepted the invitation and will send to 3. MoKlnnoy. Mrs. Dottle holding lots than a gallon, on tho depot dologntcs to the meeting, the date of The Transylvania stakes, after sevwhich will be given next week. Mus. Month: Fox ami pretty little platform ready for shipment by eral postponements, was run Monday daughter, of Danvlllo, aro vUltlng RUNAWAY. Tuesday morning Main and won by John Nolan, after five Mrs. J. W. naughman. Street residents were startled by a heals, in two of which became seventh, Dkath. Mrs.1 Sholton Smith died Mits. U. S. Lytlk and Hobble l'tnny team of horses to a wagon dnshlng Eagle Flanagan 2d nnd Grattan Boy LouUvillu Wednesday to spend at hur home near McKlnney, Wedneswont to speed. Though 3d, best time 2:07J. On tho race was a day, of consumption, aged about DO. along at break-noc- k a few days with Mr. Lytle. there were a number of vehicles stand- purse of 85.000, with 8300,000 tied up In Mil. W. 1'. i:iii;iNS, of Casey, was B'jsldis a husband, she leaves three ing, they cleared them ull and weie wagers. in to hoe us a fow days ago and ordered small children. Hor remains wore InA good crowd attended W. H. Mur- &j Our line includes Beavers; Melton Cheviots, Coverts, nil prices, S4 terred in the cemetery at McKlnnoy, finally stopped. They proved to bo tho I. J. tent to two of his friends. tho property of Mr. M. G. Reynolds, phy's sale yesterday and good prices fij to $ 18. You should seo our 15ox Coats and U sters at 15. You have Elkix, .of Garrard, yesterday. MlhS Mattik who wns returning home with u load of ruled. Farming Implements and house- CM paid J10 for no better. Jib buv a good enough coat for anybody. took the train hore Wednesday for D. it D. Joe Lulsuro and Win. Coo-le- y seed wheat. A nut came uiT of one of tho hold and kitchen furniture sold high, Nleholasvlllo, whore she goes to visit got drunk court day and extending wheels and when he stopjKJd to eoback horses 810 to 8100, mules 815 to8S5.hogs friends. their frolic Into the night and becom- after It a bicyclist came along and tho about 3c, baled hay 35 to 40c per 100, Miss MaUY Cowkn I vocal teacher ing disorderly, they were run In. Next animals took to their heels. A broken corn shucked at heap $1.05, oats 25c a in tho Columbia, S. C, Female College, day, Judge Carson lined them $5 each spindle and a half bushel of wheat was bushel' Instead of tho ono at Columbia. Tonn., and costs and since thon they have been Ily great care, hard work and 10 years' experience we have for your the extent of the damage-- , but how The clear weather of Wednesday fejp a o we stated. gave tho Kontucky Trotting Horse yJ inspection the most reliable line of shoes over offered to tho pcop e of helping to got the srrcots in better It missed being more serious is a Mus. Sam Lacicky, of Cuero, Txns, condition. Breeders Association of Lexington a 3m this county. It is a sufllcient guarantee of llrst class goods to know who was a Miss Mngrudar, of Harnub-burchance to partly catch up with their v) that they are the celebrated Zeigler. lluell, .Marcy & Godman make Tiikkk nro 3 "Hot Members," all is visiting Hon. G. A. Lackey and NUXXBLLKY. After a long Illness of meeting, which begun the 4th and stars In Fields it Hanson's Minstrels, inllammation of tho stomach, though which had been so greatly Interfenred other relatlvos. MK. VaLKXTINK FagaLKY will leave that will appear at Walton's Opora bed riddou but two weeks, Miss Mary, with by rain. There wero six races on today for Nuss City, Kansas, whore he House tomorrow night, 15th, and for 2 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. the program and live of them were will take charge of his sister's Interest hours there will ba a continued round passed Into the groat beyond disposcd of by commencing promptly For all, Men. Women and Chi'dren. All fresh goods. We ofTer lat of fun and scenic surprises. Secure Monday night. She was a very hand- at 10 o'clock In the morning. The first, for a year or so. Pji year's old goods nt half price. Be careful in buying rubbers. Don't TUB hop given at Lancaslur Tuesday vour ticket now u W. B. McRobcrts' some young woman and hor aunt by 2:27 class trotting, was won after split I yJ buy carried over goods night In honor of MUs Christina Brad- drug store. 76 cents. marriage, Mr. P. P. Nunnelley, tells heats by Bessie Owens; Mairgie Lass ley was onjoyod by a number of our was as lovely indispositions second Rest time, 2:l(r. The second, Dkmockats from nil over tho county us that she young folk, who eama away dollghtod. as she was beautiful of feature. She the 2:17 class pacing, was captured by are requested to come to Stan ford today W. J. BitowN, KsQ., a rising young was thoroughly unselfish and seemed to Blrchtwig, with Lily of the Valley, to help Col. Jack Chlnn, executive lawyer, late of Walnut Groro, has lo--' llvo toiako others happy. No sacri- second. Best time, 2:13J. The 2:12 committeeman for the ith district, oatwl at Somerset for thu practice of straighten out the committee muddle fice was too much for her to make and class trot was won by Hans McGregor: law. He was formerly connected with of Georglana second. Best time, 2:1H. In this .county. It Is high timo the her amiability made hor the favorite ttiM Reporter and is a talontud young Cut down in the The 2:21 trot was won after a lonsr con all who knew hu committee was organled and at work man. morning of life, her douth is all the test by Miss Sidney, who took tho last Maymk Wilson Caki'kxtkk to make Gilbert's majority In thiscoun-t- sadder and there are many bosides the Miss threo of tlvo heats. Harry won tho as largx h Kisslble. and her gnstp, Mrs. Turner aud Miss grief striokon household who sorrow to second money. Time, 2:13. Thero Tovls Carpenter, wero entertained at SOMK I'uTATuiw. On the of think that she Is no more. Thu re- wero from 12 to 1(5 starters in each of luncheon by Mr. J. W. Caporton, and May. Mr. M. D. Elmore planted a mains wero followed to ButTalo Ceme the above races and liner sport was again In the evening by Mrs. Thomas Early Rose potato that had laid on his tery by a long procession of friends and scarcely o'cr seeu. The big event of I'helps. Hlchmond Register. ccunter till It got shriveled. He didn't laid gently away, after appropriate the day, however, was the 2:01 paco Miss Louisiana Huix'Kixkiikji: cut it up after the usual lashion,' but remarks at the grave by Rev. J. B. with the following starters: Chohalls, rsmsoN'. of Versailles, and Miss Ida placed It in thu ground whole. Tho Crouch. ' Planet, Frank Bogosh, Anaconda, DiVoorls, of Decatur, 111., will arrive othor day he dug tho hill and got .'id rectly, Rubcnsteln and Bump-- , none next Saturday to be guosts of Miss potatoes, aggregating In welghta llttlo CHURCH CHATTER. with a record higher than 2:05. Di Laura Shelby, at "Arcadia." Miss over six pounds. It would seem by this W. F. Vauglian, Methodist rectly, thu hot favorite, won the first Rev. At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. Slialby will give an entertainment in that it is tho bettor plan to plant potapro'siding older of the Maysvlllo dis- heat aud tho bookies made him such a honor of hor guasts during their visit. toes without cutting. "good thing" that few had money to trict, has decided to locate in Paris. Advocate. play him, but Anaconda, to tho surSwkkt Potato Raiskks. Mr. T. Rev. R. U. Crosslleld, of Corydon, prise of the crowdwon tho next throe MltS. Maktha Gimmks celebrated Wednesday at the L. I.illard, who lives just over tho lino recently closed a good meeting at that heats. hor 70th birthday Tho time was 2:0 lj, 2:04 J, 2:05 J, homoof hor son, Mr. W. I'.Grimos, with In Boyle, Is on a trade witli Mr. W. L. place in which there wore 45 additions. 2:00. The W. C. T. U. in Indiana passed a splendid dinner, which was enjoyed Mi'f arty to sell his crop of sweet potaby a number of guests, Including Mrs. toes, which will amount to about 2;500 resolutions demanding a law to have Gov. Bradley appointed among tho A. II. Denny nnd Mrs. Maltie Duncan, bushels. Mr. McCarty has In six acros, ono woman deputy sherllT In each commissioners to tho National Pure of Garrard, Mrs. Nannie Lackey, of himself, which ho thinks will till about county. Food and Drug Congress, which meets Rev. J. II. Hopper passed hore yes- In Washington, Jan., 10, Theodore Texas, S. 12. Lackey, of Gallatin, 25,000 throe pound cans. Mr. McC. Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal Tenn., Hon. and Mrs. G. A. Lackey thinks thu canning of potatoes will bo terday returning from his meeting at Curry, Lancaster, and Nool Jean, Danand MUs Opholla Lackey, Mr. and as remunerative to him this year as tho Corbln. "Glorious! Twenty conver- vlllo. sions, nearly all of them husbands and Mrs. S. W. Glvens and Mrs. J. W. canning of tomatoes has been. Twonty-od- d thousand Knights Temmm wives," ho said In answer to a question plar marched in the parade at PittsRout. -OcTOltOON Staks. Misses M. B. as to tho result. burg. Louisville Is suro of tho noxt Glvons, A. M. Steward and Lutilla LOCAL HAPPENING The 13d annual session of the general conclave. Glvens have engaged Walton's Opera Christian missionary convention conI WILL pay cash for walnut timber In HoueejforOct William Beazley and Miss Zona Remember wo take All Kinds of Products in Kxchangc for Goal. 2Sth, when they will ren- sisting of tho several societies of the u A. C. Sine. both of Garrard, drove over Walker, the tree. der a pleasing program to conslstof liv. Christian church In Kentucky aud Danvlllo Wednesday and wero marlino of tailor ing pictures, Dolsnrtean poses and Tennessee, will be hold ut Chattanooga, to Ladiks look at our ried. made jackets, $2.."0 to 815. Severance feather movements, solos, duets, reci- beginning yesterday and continuing tations, serpentine and artistic skirt it Sons. until the 21st. dancing. The entire program will bo Crowded nudlcnces attend all tho Stanford ?.:::::;,:: Properly Tor Sale. TUB county claims will bo fully 82V under the management of ono of Louis- meetings at tho Christian chur:h and 000, Including thoso for turnpikes. Tho ville's most talented dancers and pri- hang with delight ou tho eloquent porcounty will go broko unless the Jxwd ma donnas. Dec. 3, 1898, trayal of divine truths by Evangelist On issuo carries. .. sa II. A. Northcutt. Thero havo been no At 'J P.M., on the iremlo, will soil at uMie TWO IXJUltBl). Mr. E. W. Croigh-to- n tj 3 Patent. Samuel H. Rout, of tho confessions yet, but tho Interest Is auction ami tlio hllift biiUlor my ileilruMo O C sends us tho following: Quito a tho nunW thereto attuilitil, un deuce, In MJiiliinl, Ky , oiHite tho IuMk West End, has boon granted a patent serious accident occured this morning widening aud deepening. Services will B u O gruiindi. for crated for shipping butter, from In tho Kings Mountain Tunnel. Mr. be held raornlnr and night till further Sihuol resilience with yaul ami pinleii and The re ..... 11 wiiuiii r.lluiv.T ...111 ll.l'll will realize a forwhich', wo hopo, he I'Uimilllil "... Irvine Yocum, who has charge of tho notice. the iviiitl!.liiK land, al Hint (bur acres, lying In tho 3 tune. uuuratrett 3 elcctrlo signal at Klngsvlllu, while Tho Fifth Sunday Missionary and nurainl on tno iinoiiitno- iniitvi as a whole, "1 T 1 Tiioentuv )iruieriy will then lo ottered coming from McKlnney on a veloci- Sunday School Meeting for the South and ii.il inn aereilel which yields me wmostIk;mou A FIGHT between Dr. It. L. Davison ty. I mtneillate imMexIon of the plant civ and R. M. Nowland, which occurred pede, collided with the section crew at District Association, Baptist, will con- en tho imrihaser upon his complianco with the cardi, the reternn of.ile, which are Wednesday is said to have ended this placo. Mr. Dan Gooch was seri- vene at Ilustouvlllo church, 'Oct. 29 mainder In 0 audi'.' mnnllu, e.iul Installments hcirliii; t! percent nteret from day ofo.ile, rather disastrously for both. No arrests ously Injured nnd Mr. Haydon Sims nnd 30. Tho Introductory sormon will evidenced hy Hides with perautial security. A and c lien Row J. F. Williams alvi retained for deferred payments. D and particulars 6carce, as tho two 'men slightly Injured. Dr. J. B. RoBards, bo preached by l ono of the must desirable homes In This place wero yesterday when wo went to get of McKlnney, was summoned as Dr. and Rovs. J. W. Lynch, J. W. Camp, thet'lty uf Stanford. MAl.YU. VAHNON, tdfr. (Thompson was absent from homo. bell, T. H. Campbell, J. I. Wills, T. II. the straight of the trouble. four-year-- old J JOURNAL! 1 HE INTERIOR Wanti.u, Jersey cow 3 and calf, gontlo. Murk Hurdin. I if - ... -- 1 NEW SHOES. IV. ? 18-2- fy m Come And See Odir Line E. PERKINS. We Are Sole Agents For The Co.'s Shoes -- U. Ladies, Misses And Children. No Better 6oods Hade. I l00-poun- d car-loa- For Style and Wear JOHN P. JONES. mzmimm ' tut SOO-pou- nd 000-pou- nd (00-pou- nd Hws-tonvlll- e, ! i I ex-pro- ?. ... .. I OVERCOATS. i Boots And Shoes. RUBBER SHOES. & -- i 4 .von-do- r. g, Nun-nclle- y, I 1 M SEVERANCE SONS. y lth LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, "Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, S. K. WEAREN & SON. iiiiillll m m BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. i J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. Saturday, m 1 rr-.- a - 111 onu-tlilr- tl jkMi.iL t mMJildiir$m v?Ataaww..tv,;! mt-- . i,c Ub4..jf:.W? .v-J- . t t - lr( r l "W tjgSf ttii r "itis--- - jt il fT , . r!!fii-yjr- ? -- !.'. I SMM I v W- - r jyr' Jgf1 g S fefcjar" C3Ti JCTfSg Tr ?! - W J THE INTO RIORJOURNAL hh : I? . ' J IB $ lf4, i My Millinery display will bo had married her. Husklns was tho public through H.v week. creditor of Ben Jennings, of the sixth husband of tho Croussore invited to call o.xa.dLE'xiAo.va Po.'bliola.ssAT'va.'oAa-yHank therefore nro hereby notified to Bryantsville, celebrated their golden woman, and he No. 3 for his present their claim against mild Hunk for )iay Mis M. S. Loo an, Hust'inrillc. I wlh to rent fur lS'.U n farm of ft) acres, three incut. wedding Wednesday. miles from lUuvlile on tho lMntllle and Mantord spouso. 11 YJCAll IN ADVANCE J. ll.OWPI.F.V, Cashier. 13 Pifl pike. ImprovfiiipittsfalrlvgoHl, locludlni; houe Dr. William Shelton will nreach at PUBLIC RENTING. Ensign John F. Iilnes, of Bowling of . rooms Address It T Lewis, Manfonl, Ky. Tho Lincoln County National Ilink. of the Haptist church at Richmond Sun- Green, and Miss Mary Desha, daughWhen not o pild OS2.EO will lie charged. I will on Saturday. Cvt. lfls. nt 2 Stanford, ICv., has succeeded the Farmers o'clock, rent nt public outcrv it purt of the day morning and night. Hank it Trunt Co.. of Sinnford, ICv., and ter of Maj. Gon. Joseph C. Breckin- farm deceased, three, 5 linn assumed nil Its liabilities, nsst't and Mrs. Wlnnio Grlllln cntna all tho ridge, were married in Lexington yes- miles of A O. Nowlnud, Orclrird roiitnln-In- p north west of Crab entire business. way from Maryland to marry Sergt. A. terday. nlKHil lftO nervs 23 acre to ga In com. With IMaiier, Itln Saw. Hand nw. Ml. SHANK., President. bal.tnoo In pni. H. I. NF.WI.ANI). V.x. Corn Mill, IV.(I Mill, Ac , New 12x20 Engine. W. Clarko at Lexington. J. II. OWSLHY, Cashier. Mr. John Henry Warner, a worthy SO liota iKiwer Holler all In irood rmiiilnirnr. TIME MED A penniless Russian prince was mar- young man of Stanford, and Miss Mat-ti- c I'm in mid M . nf .. UADM at once on tier with a cihxI 1 MIAIU in Chicago to tho EASY TERMS ii inner. Uoori, iriro btitlillng.Kood water, ried T. Hales, tho comely daughter of ISO Acrs well watered 0A.U&, state of cultiva- frultH and In tine CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY IJwil store In connecdaughter of Millionaire Pardrldge. tion. Two dwelling Iioiihm, good liarn. orch rd tion. and vlnuird Mr. J. R. Hales, were married at tho Ac. Corn and A good Imrjrnln for two fninllle. For hay rrops can I tioiuht Louisvillo, Ky., full particulars call on tho oner. 17, and Winnie home of Adolphus Oscar Warren, aged Parsons, at noon given to ult purchavjr Gallon or nddre, J C. No 5 Arrrlvc a t Stanford at 1:03 A. M. JO?. WIU.IMANN. MiCEAUY.Mantonl Ky. 2:10 A. M. Xn. 4 l.iviw Stanford nt Moses, aged, 10, eloped from Middles yesterday, by Rev. W. M. Brltt. JumU, l O., Lincoln Co.. K. AMERICANS EUROPEAN No. II Arrives at Ilnwland at 1200 PAY. boro, to Shawancc, Tenn., and were 3:40 !. M. Stanford at No. 22 Capt. Sam M. Boone and Mrs. Llzzio married. D. Adams, widow of tho lato Capt. Jack Miss Louisa Marion, daughter of Mr. Adams, formerly of Garrard county, The Lmlit'.t KeMnurnnt is the Duett in KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the city. Every convenience for lnillen and Mrs. R. H. Batson, and Mr. Jesse Ky., wero married at Fort Worth, Tex., We have d our lands mid hereby 8Muling the day in the city. will be married at the Wednesday. The captain Is ,.12 37 p m W. Sweeney ... No. 21 Train going North xrarn all persons from trt'siiitii on them Uentleiieii'ii Cafo on olllcc floor. MtTiTEB SBOS., UeSIKHSY. .. 2 41 a m Lancaster Christian church " " No. 28 on the as an editor, temperauco lecturer, &c, or any nirH whitever. uuilnr iK'tinttv of ..12 4.1 a m ..... " outh No. 23 " tho luvr pnnliU'd In uoh ouos. ,. 1 21 in lUth. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, ' No. 23 " and his many friends wish him much S. II. HAFIJIIMAN. T. t), NKWLAND. For allll'olnts. The marriage of Lieut. John J. Col- - happiness. Malinger. e are agents lor the J. W. HAFOIIMAN. A. M 1'F.NCF-1-1 gnn, of Company II, 2d Kentucky, and EO'IGU TICKCTS SOU). K. I'ATTEIt-OMusic - Tiioiilitv, Tliiindiiy and Sunday M. S. I1AFOIIMAV. his marriage, tho In reference to house of Joseph 13ei-fie- ld S. II. SHANK. HAOC.AUE CHECKED THKOUOH Miss Ida Scanlan, formerly of LouisMICS. V. OHlMKs-- . Kvcninv. captain sends us this from Dallas, TexJ K. LYNV For anr Information enquire of J E. I1I1FCK. Sz Co., Chicago, ville, was solemnized at Middlcsbnro, as, dated Oct. 10, 'I regret that you fine J. H. McKINNFV JOE S. BICE, Agent, Tuesday night. cannot be present to see mo married Cloaks and Capes, ami have Stanford, Ky, In tho Logan circuit court Mis Mary next Wednesday tho 12th In tho city of Susan Suddarth has brought suit Fort Worth, Tex. Tho lucky lady is their sample book and also CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT AND I will sell prlvatelj my home Pruivlllo against Dennis Swcatt, a newly mar the widow of Capt. Jack Adams, of catalogue of cuts. Can or jdke, IV, mile from Mnufortl.on Contains Frankfort at fi:S0 a. m amis r. M ried man for breach of promise and Garrard county, ly. brio is also a 12S nctvrt, Is well Improved nnd one of the Trains leave onnccttn at neorgotown v,itli) A C. and reachder anything you want in mci'si inures niHiui town. OreeiilM'trv m. and ing I'arls at 8:40 a. W) p. 5:10 r. M. U'ave Paris asks for $o,000 damages, making some formor resident of that county. You Hrlght, Mauford. Kj 4 fl m.. coanectlns at at9:20 a. M. and salty allegations in her petition. cannot say too much In pralsu of my this line on short notice or with 0 AC and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 John A. Jones, a wealthy Newark, dear wife, that is to be. She was a can have same made to order B. SEXTOS. A. O. P. A. O., man, of 03, was sued by Mrs. Mary Doty beforo sho married Cupt. Adams." ft!lMM.,aSi if necessarv. E. Miller, till, for breach of promise, UUOOKLYX. QUEEN & CRESCENT. whereupon ho entered suit for OBITUARY. in $10,000 rgalnst her, claiming that when v Trains pass Junction City as lollowi: s James Cash Mossey, tho son of Mr. "P x J .V JT. : 4 11pm ho went to marry her she refused 12 02 p m No. 2 North to No. 1 South 3 41am and Mrs. Joseph Massey, died Sunday 114'Jain "4 Na.8 " " 6 131pm becomo his wife. No. 5 " lllSam " 10 "' ' Co., 6 (4) a m vmj&ssszzr 8 or, ii m No. 9 ' Ottio A. Morris, who at the last night, Oct. 2d, of typhoid fever, nged Hustonvillo, - Kentucky No. toe not slot). No 2 stons only for p sen 22. Ho was a bugler of Capt, W. B. . term of the Warren circuit court was fun 9 and KOUNDKD 1NOO, rot front South of &omeret. Sand C 10 runtonobom divorced from only ther than Junction City and Ellhu Morris, has mar Penny's company and camo homo sick Offers his reprices to the people of West Uiroln erset. and CAsoy counties. ried her former husband. In her suit nnd was at homo threo weeks beforo eti always on band. Full stock of CoiSmand Cut death. Ho was a member of tho Chris- CD. d. Carpenter. Manager, , J she charged him with nearly all the tian church nnd his dying words wero Royal i akea the food pure, statutory causes for divorce, including STANFOltP, KY We do not wjnt to bold wir ln(e stock of hii . wholesome and dallclou. She must like that kind "Meet mo In Heaven." IIo called his ties, surrles, phsrlom at J rtttd.atHt uer father, mother and sisters around his PUBLICSALE&RENTING through th winter and will savr you of business to return to it so soon. frusuMoU bed and told them that ho was ready dollais by Mlllni; on us for anything la our line Wo extend congratulations to Mr. W.J. UowiN.iAAimiM.iiO, l.nailcr, Ky and willing to go and for them all to As executors of the will of John l lllll,deei' William Remington, of tho Paris meet him In Heaven. It is hard for his el, we will on who on Wednesday took to parents to give him up and there Is himself a wife In tho person of Miss Novombor I, 1898 a vacant place In tho little homo that Sue Worthtngton, a lovely lady from On tlM pmntafc near Marwool, ll to 2LU3 02ASS KU3SSSIZ3. FALL 'S3. can not be filled by him any more. est bidder all the rthil property ol the high whlin he Mason county. If his partner, Col. ii:l.llH;f Stanford, Ky., James was liked by every one that died Itnewvd nurrs In RCraddock, has nuy ambition he wont I1 tojirlc knew him. His remains wero laid to i kk1 two.year old hor.e. K"d Kverv thin for Orchard. Lnwn'and ir-de- Ih long linger superfluously in tne rear, milk etlvr, In McCor macks grave yurd by il hh1eow, rows and heifer, Fruit and Orniimeiitnl Tnm. li,niM 1 Venning but try to catch up with Mr. R., who rest the aud many friends followed 9 dry luvsaml sow and pig, Ilisiy., Vlnte,. smull Fruit. UhHlmrb. s f.il his request Vw'inter mid all stork xrown In nurerl- now stands two to his nothing. Alfttut 73 barrels of eoru, 1) slmeks el fodder. w employ mi him to his resting place. A Fimend. 1 as and Hteastired at the bmp com will aculs I)e. A dispatch from Richmond says: slacks of hay, t straw stark, hit of rorgltHM In scrlptlvr '.'ntnloyue on npilcatbin to Goods Warranted. I igT II. F llll.LKNMKYFIt, "Invitations aro out announcing the Dear brother wo never, never can for shoik,all the fjrmtiHr,wmoii, i,il together aitd harImplements, ness, with all Telephiine2:i. Kit Guaranteed. l.evlnplon. Ky. (ret illi and kllrheii nmiirure, lot of MiIlry the marriage of Miss Anna Phelps, a reour fuce, your form, your voice, ron.ltlni; of turkeys chickens, etc Absolutely Pure Give Him a Call. We will at the same time and Place, if not rent cent dcbrUante and daughter of Mr. And yet we feel our lone ead hearts rd before rent the fnrin for the eai IssW The Should be glad and rejoice and Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of this city, H" are, mostly in crass, the farm contains In whral to Mr. Richard Cobb Hocker, a young For you are at home In Heaven with land to e of sale, thoahvut It acres will l yenled before day renter of farm Mng culiiUJ NATIONAL BANK 'V God, ROtAl EAKIhO POM CO., M YORK. oi iiiewneai ai ine uireslier. farmer of Stanford. Tho event will to HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & With angels ever near, 1'erwus wlshln; tort'Ht the farm ran rail on the OF STAN FOIl I , KY. be quite an elaborate society uffair, While we aro left to mourn for you premises or ou Hlberof I he undersigned. IWesrioti SURGEON, given en day of sale. In grief and sorrow here. and will take place at the bride's J. C. LYNN. home near this city Wednesday, Oct. O ! sacred spot that holds tho form; W. T.Tt'CKKIt. - Capital Stesk 1100,000. Surplus, S15.750 l.erulor. MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Fror.. 26. The bride belongs to ono of tho May angels vigils keep Ofllco ovor Hlgglns A McKluney'i, .tore. Altenlleri of the public la ralltsl to llir fact that oldest nnd wealthiest families In this Uou tho mound that marks tho gravo IhliU the only Nathxtal Uaak In Mnford. l'n : der the jHwvlsteti. ot the NattoMi llsuk Act O'er which we bow and weep, Lincoln County Saticaa! Sink, section." deiHMltors aiesrruixl not only by tberapltal ilotk, gain Is Newly furnished; clean beds; eplcndsd but by the ttockkolders' llabllily tor an suiuULt Miss Anne' M. Fowler, who eerved For our loss Heaven's wait And wo must sigh and equaltH Ihiislmk to Hut ile)w4iK.of Hill Inttltu-ttuPorters as a Red Cross nurso in Cuba, was Of No. 511 Fourth Ave.. tabic Everything Mve ireecurwl by a fuad ol Until the hour comes when oto 80 meet all trains. TItKAStllY DF.PMtTVEVT. orni r or tiic sutnenta(ik iu4nlHol A.n,i. IUaV arj made the We shall meet at Hoavon'o gate. married at Chicago to Albert COMITIlOM.r.11 Of TUU Cl'HKIcr. JLouisvlllc, - ewk j ml to Ism Inlled MUltsi (viruweut and II WltKlllllgUHI. I). SlSTEUS. a Belgian nobleman, delegate August Mil, lUs. avails are eiawlnwl at statwl tiias by (..veitiuirnl Will lie at the A. S. aoDl, thus MirUf aJdltiMl and ril,-ct salvt Whero. hy siitUfuctorv evidence general of tjie Red Cross society on toileixvsltors. Myers House, Stanford, on Tues to the undersigned. It h boi uiMde ThU litstlmllon (trUlnally e.taMUhed a the IV. A Woman's Love. Mattlo Belle Surgeon the staff of His Majesty. Leopold II. toapimnr that "The posit Hank ..I SUafurd in lax, (net, reorganized af I'ohnIv day, Nov. 1, 1898, girl who up Dentist, Miss Hank of is the daughter of Dr. E. Mahonev. tho in the city of ihibs m aimumnu in imm ainlsaln Manforsl. In the county of Lincoln nnd rmryaultoil as the First NatMMial ItaHk of Sunlolii lli'turnlnp one day In each mouth S. Fowler, of Springfield, 111., and died with her murderer lover, iloward In I Mi', hat had praellsnlly anualHteri'ipleUetiit. stHtoof Kentucky, lm coiti4lesl with all eee frtr 9 yasrs It Is belle u4li,l now will soon after the war with Spain began, Clark, at tho hands of the Owcnsboro Zjtz Sraalnod and Glasses Scientifically the provisions of the Stalulss of the Unit.-htcililio for IratHdctUf s prwailly and lib States, resjulred to Ih coiup l.xl wlthlxfore erally than ever before laUutor-- luutf and hoUural-Its Offiooover McBoberta' Drug Store In theKOwiley offered her services as nurse, to Miss olllcers, displayed that rare heroism Adjusted. (62) nn usMM'Iatlou ihall be authorized o career. Aretwnu ! Individual., fiduciaries, Bruit Ilullding. Barton, and was accepted. In July that lu so often developed In wotneu, In and individuals swliclt.il. the litulniws of Itankliig Now, therefore, (leorxn M. Cotllu. Penutv she left for Cuba. UIKKCTSRI, on the defending tho man she loved with her and Acting Com lit roller of the Currency, do F, ItcaVI, Uacsdn Co.; ! J. IV. Ilayden, Slanford battlefield at Santiago after hostilities own life. Ho was a thief, a murderer, Sj. T. Harris. hereby certify that "The Lincoln Count s. 11. lk.Htuiiu. or Manfonl ' in the (.'lly of J S. Hocker, " had ceased and did irood service In and all kinds of a criminal, and had T r. IIU1, ' national iianK W f. Walu.8 W. I will ell m public auction at mv farm Stanford, In the County of Lincoln and J. 11 CuilNr.Crab Oreh'd M. A. Ttfk4.le, aiding the wounded and sick. It was more thoroughly wronged her than all J. Miller. Ml. Vernon. State of Kentucky, I nulhnrlted to com- M , IJ.Klmwrv, ftUufcrd. there she first became acquainted with tho rest of tho world, yet when he unu innu i.usi oi .uoreiuuu, ivy., on mence the business of lluiiklng as provided In Section fifty ouu hundred and ltv nine orricass. anshelle, who fell In love with her was a hunted and homeloss fugitive, she 20, 1898, of tho UevNcd Stntutekof the Fulted State. J S. Hocker, President; J. J MelUWertt CathU his, and, A MclClnney,...UunlOBliler. A. and asked her to becomo his wife with choso to cast her lot with In testimony whereof wltr.e. mj hand The following described propcrti, anil seal of olllce IliU ninth day of August, the above result. though In a most delicate condition, t,, 1 Nice mar by Gumbottn lifts. i When It got noised around Wednes went out in the world with him, In Wllkos. I gelding b O. F. Clay. (J HO. M. COFFIN, guiding by C. F. c'lny, day afternoon that James H.MInks.Jr., spite of the pleadings of her broken- 1 Deputy and Actdg t omiitroller of the Office over Hlgglns Sc McKlnney's Store. combined nm re, verv jfentle. a number Solicits a bhuro of the putronuge of tho com- and Miss Martha Ann CoiTey wero hearted mother, to suffer hardships, of colt from to 4 yenrr, old li CeelllauRtid Currency HeM line to and from No. 17. 50 munity. about to be married at tho court-hous- e, exposure and death, If need be, by his otner noieii iiorso nirtiiur iireedlu given on (lny of hiilo, t'tni nice pair maroniiile. a number of young ladles nnd gentle- - side. On threo distinct occasions she Jersey milk cow. 2 brood rlioit., men repaired thither and when tho assisted him in defying pursuing olll- lot ckiver buy In barn, corn mh, other feed, and All iKi'nij, in .Michigan, I arming Implement), JtC-JtfcCkAhappy couple camo in hand in hand, cers by dslng firearms without flinch- lot tmieu straw. Wti are In the tmtfo with Fall HrMtich and Y a WHgou, n feed they were much surprised at the recep ing, her last act being to throw hersolf wagon. Champion Itlndor. 2 Mowers. liny other good Coals. A No llav. Corn. (hit. tion. It rattled Judge Bailey too, but between him and the bullets that sent ruko. 1 cultUatorplons, barney. Ac. on' and Sand. Flour. Ac. We kIwi handle llrlck Itumumbr we lake Farm Frazler Cart. Fmlur White City Ppeclal. In exchange. he succeeded in rcualnln' comnosurc them both to eternity. Such devotion, hlk wheeU both, set Sulky with high and I'nmpt ditliverv nnd buggy harncM and 7 Test Terminal attention to nil order. Urtli-and'aculos sulllclent to tie the knot. In such a way no mattor If sho was a fallen, dopraved Household and kitchen Furniture. nwtr L. A N.deiiot Telephone No. 41. that only a dlvorco court can untie. creature, was sublime. And yet sho Will aNo ell my farm near Morelnnd, I'KICHIN A PENOK, Sum', of SHI and under cash; ovV . P also carr .Twlog Machine, When It was over tho young husband today, with her unborn babo, fills an erTkiims. that amount ciedlt till Jan. I, ISW. with- Pant and Attacliti.t i and do all kinds of gave his little bride aresoundtugsmack unmarked pauper's gravo In u strange out lutrHt Negotiable nolo with good rehiring. Avoiding the Tunnel. do on the lips and then hand In hand they soil, while tho body of tho man who hecurlty rMpilred of purchufctir. T. II. SMILRY. Morwlnnd. Ky. ruiurucu hi ineir venicio. rnoy are ruined her, is taken back to his homo N. 11. Will runt mv liou and lot In from Moreluud and tho brldo seems but to bo tenderly burlel by a family who Moreluud publicly on luy of ale not rented Wagner Sleeping Cars. u child. never forsook him, notwithstanding his prlvutoly before. Mr. Harry C. Baughman and Mies many crimes. It is tho old story too Georgia Wray, who report had It were horrible to contomplato from which a IhiHet Parlor Cars. Wagner Sleeping to marry here next Wednesday, stoic u mora' should be, but nevor is, drawn. Curs l'nvHto. Compnrtiueiit Curs, Couches and Dining Cars. . And Dealer in Oweneboro Muisunger. inarch on their friends by taking tho He sure your tlckutsiead via JUG 1'OUK. early train tit Danville to Cincinnati HARN33S, SADDLERY, &C. Wednesday morning and uniting E OMtCOKMIOIC, their This story is told of a Kontuckiuu, D. II MAKTI.V, Vj-l'asa. Tralhc Mgr, CJen. I'uss. STANFORD, KY. destinies a week ahead of the fixed who went Wost to grow up with the SSSMSfc Ai't. lOJNCIXKATl, o. time. They were accompanied by country. At a hotel "grouse" was Misses Xettie Wray and Besslo Rich- among the things enumerated on the ards and Dr. A, S. Price and Mr. Jones menu. He .inked tho wultar what It A. Baughman, who acted as attcudants was and ho sild It was a bird: TEN DAYS, during the ceremony, which was per"Aro there many of them around Tin: formed in tho Palaco Hotel Purlors. hero?" ATI nw 'If in n VQMI & s The young couple have long been lov "Oh, yes sir." ers and In tho happy consummation of "Have they wings?" asked the their hopes, they have tho congratulaEverybody doer.! Utit not every one rnxnntATns tions and good wishes of many friends, " ' ' "Oh, yes, sir," reiterated the "coon." gets them a puru as tluiio who patron EIGHT GREAT STATES who hold them in high esteem. The" "Well, you needn't bring mo any of FurseB ize our store. I'crlmps wo are a bit bfrd that bride Is tho youngest daughter of Mrs. them. Any milky Kentucky, TunnoMuc. Ylrglnla, Georgia Mollle Wray and is both handsome and had wings and was able, to lly and North and South Carolina, about the purity of everything wo sell. Alabama, MUsUaliijiI. f 10,000 Futurity, Oct 4. counattractive, while tho groom, who Is a wouldn't leave this Great L':03 Trot, Oct. .', Might make more money if wo substitutson of tho late Henry Baughman, is un try ain't worth eating." io.OOO Transylvania. Oct 0, excellent young man of model habits. Great 2:04 I'uce, Oct. 0. ed some linrnilct.s substances for higli 111.000 Cup Stake, Oct. 11, Tho party was to return by tho 1 o'clock One purely American product, the Hetweeu LouNvllle uni' tho South, H0O0 Ashliiml Stake, Oct. 12 priced drugs, but as human life deponds train this morning. baggage smasher, will soon bo a matter Other Famous Stakes Daily, Within a period of threo minutes of tradition only. Tho Boston k Mulnc on the (uality of our preparation: we sell Allen Husklns, of Kokomo, Ind., had railroad has issued an imperative order only the br&t. two wives and was u single man. At Each way between LouUvllloand Lexington which is probably the beginning of g Famous Band. Tho best is never too good for our trado W. A. TUUK, O. P II o'clock ho was the husband of Mrs. tho end that baggage must not be A.. Half Fare on Iiailroads LIda Husklns, from whom a moment thrown from tho car door further than JTrak J. Reed, O. P. A., Chicago. Washington. I). O. , E. H.Bacon, D p. A., Lou1jvU1. K. laCer he waB granted a divorce. Walt- - 63 C3DW. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. P. P. Pres. II, W. WiLsj.v.Sec feet. year In the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Ing In tho clerk's otllco below was Mrs. Mary Croussore, nnd beforo tho Ink Over 30,000 couples aro divorced each had dried on the dlvorco decree Husk-In- s MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. MILLINERY OPENING. A I F V No. 1't. I will run a A I 'dairy wagon In Maufunl ninl It. lUliurln. and will lie slid to OirnUh I !,... .III. i wit J. I milk who nave to iuiv. iirtlm Tho Farmer llnuk A: Trust Co., located open to Meier will receive prompt atlentinii nt Stanford. In the Stnlo of Kentucky. Is II. Cami.ximii J. clotlnp up ItsalTnlM. All All are Mid r Utl NOTICE. . Small Farm For Kent. pr-s- eut '. TEwpm Mil 22&&S Saw Mill For Sale. Ito-Sin- r, grass-widow- ed rn dpup run - rn .. n.-r- .. I LOUISVILLE HOTEL ti-l- Cl-.- 1t THE CYCLONE. POSTED. po-teN. well-kno- 1 .H Nice Slomc For Sale. FIRE INSUHHNGE " tieonrti-tow- n Insurance Company OF y T. SUTTOKT, Undertalcor, Caledonian Insurance rnf 'A y :X-- . Sl -- oi Scotland. R. B. MAHON Y, Agt H. C. RUPLEYp wlfe-beatln- g. tm 4KlH0 POWDER OCR Ken-tuckla- n, Tuesday, 1 Fruit,s, Flowers, Shade! The Merchant Tailor, u. lirl 1 Receiving Ids Fall And Goods. 1 Anihir-apu- Wl-c- w le two-lior- o 1 houM-hol- DR. R. M. PH6LPS, Kentucky. iwo-llilii- FIRST Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. Stanford, Lancaster, DR. R. GOLDSTEIN. Kentucky, Van-shell- e, PRICE, tSzS$ t. Stanford, Ky. iy I.iiK-ol- u n) ! tocoui-tuunc- She-arrive- X)R. P. W. CARTER, PUBLIC SALE -- Tliursdny.'Gct. : Dentist, Stanford, Ky. 1 "Big Four Route' 1 li. I 1 1 1 NOTICE. Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. low-whe- el 1 Slilii-tHi- r. s .1 1 I'io-duc- u 1 o ST. LOUIS BOSTOIT. nt-- HEW OSIK. KENTUCKY'S lie-egu- ut GREATTROTS t&XIXGTON. . TAKE THE Soutnem Railway Ken-tuckla- n. OCT. TO I5t You Take Pills? s lisfc Stakes, self-respect- ing $75,000 Tlie Popular Route to God-forsak- en Through Sleeping Cars CHICAGO. World's Greatest Racing, Ilellcstcdt-DallenburJoun-sto.v- three: daily trains GLouIsvllle. Ky Penny's Drug Store. ta. -- af ..i- -