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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898101801 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. . . SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1898. NO. 65 DANVILLE. MATTERS. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, CHURCH CHATTER. L'J. ) Mrs. Surah Markwell sold her resiII. G. Hall sold two setter 'dogs for Kev. T. G. Bosley, who used to Mr. ami Mrs. John C. McN'utt. of tholr 07th dence on Lexington Avenue to T. P. 825 each. Somerset Paragon. preach here, is dying at JctTereonvillc, Snybrook, O., celebrated Curry, thu druggist, for 81,800. Joo Kamsey, of Rockcastle, has a lml. wedding unnlvcrsnry Sunday. The reception given by Dr. and Mr. single vino with 10 big pumpkins on It. Kev. J. T. Shnrrard had 10 additions Howard Gould find Miss Viola tlio actress, wcru married at New Roberts Thursday from I until II to tho Diphtheria is epidemic in portions a a result of his meeting at Old Union Synod, faculty, board of trustees and of Madison nnd thu schools have been In Fayette. York. This makes two of tho ministers wat elegant and delightful. ordered closed. marry actresses. Kev. Dr. MuICeo, of Danville, has sons to Miss Christine Music by tho mandolin club of Cntre The correspondents of the Adnir been called to the pastorate of the Mr. Silas Prowlttand County New will hold a reunion at Lancaster Presbyterian church. Steele, two popular young people of Collego. t loiogram irom now win. uentier-ho- Columbia, Nov. 12. The new 81,000 pipe organ, which London, were married last week by of California, a former pastor of C. Snow, a prominent citizen of was placed In the First Presbyterian Judge Vincent Horolng In the Method- the 2ml Prosbytorlnii church nnnouncos Adair, and father of Joo Snow, who church at Klchmond, was dedicated Ut church there. girls, will go to the death of Mrs. Henderson. He used to 11 vo near Hubble, Is dead. Sunday. One of our lovllcst The Central Methodist Publishing Clnclnnnll tomorrow with the man has the sympathy of many friends Tho governor remitted tho Una assessed against tho Richmond &. Lancas- Company, of Louisville, hns filed Inof her cholco and In the Grand Hotel hero. Tho trophies received by Mr. School-fiel- d ter pike for failure to mako Its annual corporation nrticlos. Thu capital stock there will become- liU wife. Tliey will from hlsbrothur In I'oito Ricourc report. Is 815,000. Hon. Charles R. Long Is the to live. then goto WoodrulT, of Chicago, lri displayed In the windows of C. H. Prof. II. II. Conley, or Columbia, chief stockholder. Charles They consist of two buttons Mo., has been engaged ns physical The new Methodist preacher anone who has made marriage a trade. Within the last ' years he has mar- from the sleuvo of a Spanish olllcor's director at Central University for the nounced In the course of his introductory remarks to his congregation Sunried M women, an avorago of four a coat, a battalion gutdu Hug, two but- present season. J. B. Powell, of Somersol, has filed a day night that he did not want to wityear. With every ono ho got homo tons from thu coat of a Cuban, some money, and In this Is tho secret of hl uatlvo colfeu and a tobacco jur made of petition in voluntary bankruptcy. Ho ness anv shouting among his Hock from gives in his liabilities at 86,110.57 nnd those with long store accounts and wholesale ventures In matrimony. Now mango fruit. Jennings Pros., tho grocerymon, his projierty at 81,150. WoodrulT Is In prison at UulTulo, havother debts standing out against them. went to UryauUvlllo to attend tho golK. D. Sayre, of Lexington, was electGlasgow News. ing married once too often. There has just died at Kllbournc, Tim Protontant EpUcopal general den wedding of tholr parents. Mr. and ed president of the Hankers' Associaconvention at Washington, had re- Mrs. Hon Joinings. Miss McAteo, of tion and G. W. Walt, of Somerset, Wis., Rev. Klmer Yocum, aged 1)2 number of (lvores Owensboro, Is visiting Miss Mary Dunn. one of the vice presidents. years. Ho was a member of the famous of tho for nnd granted In ISO" and J. L. Lillian!, of Rloomington, III., Is asked Tho Mt. Vernon Signal says that general conference held In New York, UtOS. Those Impure bliow visiting relatives In thin county. Miss George Llford, of the 1th Kentucky, which tried and suspended a bishop for thus that In 2.1 dtlo, scattered over the Dora Harris is with friends In Lexing- who was reported dead and buried, hus having married a wife who owned country, 7,011 divorces wore nskod for ton. Mrs. fierce, of New York, at- turned up und Is visiting friends in that slaves, lnls incident leu to tho sepaIn lM)7,nud 5,100 wore granted, whllo tended Synod and gave a most Interest- county. ration of Methodism North and South. far in lfcOS, 1,(5.11 applications ing talk to tho ladles on thu work In thus Tho Middlcsboro "city dads' have Dr. Yocum was the only survivor of havo been filed and .1,1S7 grnntod. Tho Now Mexico. ordered the electric lights turned olT as that conference. Mrs. Dupuy, of Norfolk, Va., has re- a Nine additions havo so far blessed the body thereupon resolved that no minmatter of economy. It Is said by Us ister of the KpUcopal church should turned homo aftor a visit to her par- rival, PlnevIIlo, the water bupply will elTorts of Kev. II. A. Northcutt, whoso marry persons divorced except for ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker. Dr. John bo shut olf next. ' earnest and logical expositions of the Scott, of Lexington, a graduate of Cen purely bcrlpturnl rensons. James Parker, aged S2 years, fell Scripture, make the series of sermons tre College, is mingling with old dead In a creek on Stony Fork, near ho Is preaching at the Christian church UNO AND STOCK. Miss Zllpha friends. Smith wns Middlcsboro. Heart disease was the among tho best ever delivered here. "stormed" by her young friends Thurs- cause. He leaves a wife and two The house is al ways pac'-ceand Sunday bought of J M. HobW. 1'. Grimes day overling at thu Clemens House. grown daughters. niirht the church yard was almost full 2fi calves nt 810. orts Tho.MlssosShelby will entertain In honKev. T. II. Campbell hns resigned beside. The meeting will continue What Next won tho Cincinnati Hotel or of Misses Gibson and Vorles Tues- the pastorate of the Lancastor HaptUi through the week and probably longer. Handicap at Latontn Saturday. day evening from b until 11. Kev. and church and will go to Kockville, Md. George II. Jacks was hung at Chicago S. E. Lackey sold his Dlx Hlvor farm Mr. Frank Cheek are the guests of This loaves that church and the Pres- Friday for murder. He requested the to Silas of about 200 acres at lf Prof, and Mrs. Redd. Mosdames Geo. byterian without pastors. jailer In writing not to let any clergyof this year's whont crop Danny and Mary Wolslngor.of LancasIntimates At a church dedication at New Hope, man visit him, saying there was no bushels, ter, attended Synod and wore with Dr. Garrard county, Sunday, Leonard Nave God, and they would do no good. But put the yield at 2,010.000,000 and Mrs. Lap-daMcKoe. "Little tho largest recorded. cut and seriously wounded James just before eolng to the scaffold he, export cattle llrm Mtirgnnjt" Harding, the precocious Payne. Nave was arrested. Both are notwithstanding his remarkable letter, A New York of Mr. and Mrs. Kobort Harding, consented to be accompanied by a o bought In Madlon, 00 weighing 1,100 child sons of farmers. ' has been quite III, but Is convalescent. priest. On the way to tho scaffold 1.600 pounds at lie. to A dispatch from Corbln says: "A Mrs. J. S. Christian, of Macintosh, Jacks repeated aloud after the priest Chohalls holds tho two mllo record to man by the name of Davis Is preaching Fin., Is the guest of Miss Mamie the prayers which the priest voiced. a IiIkIi rig. Ho wm lll dlstanca at at Music Hull, condemning all christ- He died crying out to God to save his Miss Cruikshanks, of New ColumbU", O., In l:lUi. organizations except church ton Jersey, is visiting Mrs. Dr. Kobort. ian is trying to cstablUh.thoImmense soul. Jamo White, of Richmond, Judge Alex Humphrey and E. W. he Luxlngton party a troUer, which WAR ECHOES. Humphrey, of Louisville, are guests of crowds hear him." cont htm &W, fur $1,000. Tho Journal says the Col. O. W. Vm1 End, Col. K. I'. Jacobs. Dr. Condlt and wife, Thompson & Hrown, of thu A South Carolina colonel was susWallace, who tried to borrow 85,000 on bought of Sol Itlirsby 1.1 yourllug and of Ashland, and Miss Suu Seott, of Louisville property by Impersonating pended for pawning soldle'r's ritles. Lexington, are with Mrs. John old hteors at .1! U) le. Gov. Bradley has promoted C. H. the owner, married Mrs. Jennio Long, Directly. 2:03!, was defeated again nt of Nlcholasvillc. On being artalgucd Morrow from second to first liuuten-nnSynod closed Friday evening. Ono Lexington. Lady of tho Manor boat of thu most Interesting features of tho for tho olTeiise, Wallace plead that he Tho whitewashing commission Is oil him In the 2:0o juice thoro Friday. was drunk and didn't know what lie on a junketing and tho people foot tho At a alo In Marlon, corn In tho jsdon Thursday morning was thu in- was doing. hup sold at $1.10; 7.V) buahais of wlmat augurationof of Dr. W. C. Roberts as A human monstrosity was born to bills. president A provost guard killed Shedrlck at .Vic; sheep at J.f0 eaoh and hogs at Dr. Roberts, Centre College. At Kev. the wife of Sampson Hopper, of Kus-sewith tho moderator, 3!. county, a few days ago. The in FJoyd of tho 10th colored volunteers McFerran, of Louisville, sold his Frank Cheek, marched down the aisle at Lexington when he resisted arrest trotting stallion, Tommy Hrltton, to the bountiful music of the pipe or- f.iut had two heads, a face looking The New York regl of Minneapolis, for gan, followed by the professor, trus- ahead aud one looking backward; four 2:001 to All!, ment has entered San Juan. It is the $7,.VW. tees nnd students of Centre College arms and four legs, with but ono body. first body of American troops to enter Samuel Gover, of 1'ulaskl, passod and took seals on tho rostrum, which After living three hours It died, and the capital of Porto Ilico. through Sunday to Danville with 100 was beautifully decorated with tho was buried, only to be stolen from thu Tho entire eastern end of Cnbn, with ,n n,s county at Colloge colors and largo palms. Dr. grave on tho third night after its ,UJ sheep the exception of Puerto Principe, will 82. W) to 5.1. Moore, of Now York, led In prayer. burial. Tho Harrodsburg Sayings says that be evacuated by November I. Tho Georgia's poach shipment carried Dr. Ulaney, of Frankfort, delivored an half a doxcu good men from Crab Orch- Americans will occupy Ilolguin ubout 8J,lXJ0,UOO ready cash Into that State. excellent nnd appropriate ndilross ami impeached J. D. Stoinberger's tes- Oct. 20. The 'entire fruit orop market netted Judge Suulley adinlnlstored the oath ard Private Wellington Harlan, Jr., ot nearly double that amount. The ship- ofolHco. This body of distinguished timony aud about the same number of the Second Kentucky Regiment, only men arose and Dr. Roberts was pro- equally as trustworthy men from the eon of Wellington Harlan, of Harrodsments aggregated 2,000 cars. by Ham- claimed president of Centre College, same place gave him a good character. Nlco, by Arlon. and owned burg, and nephew of Justice Harlan, lin, of tho Vlllagu Farm, won tho followed by the college yell of the stu- Sloluberger was tho detective in tho died at tho homo of his father of typhoid Walnut Hall Cup, sM.OOO, for 2:17 pacors dents with whom hu Is very popular. whisky cases and tho jury evidently fever. believed him credence as it at Lexington. Improvldonco was sec- He delivered an able and scholarly ad- slapped Hues worthy ofall of Mission Hldge Post, of tho Grand to nearly the indictond and Tudor Chimes third. dress and under his administration Army of tho Republic, at Chattanooga, Thu sale at tho Helle Mead Stock grunt things aro expected for Centre ed men. Alpheus Tharp, tho Casey county has petitioned the president to rcclnd resulted in HO yearlings and College. Another interesting feature tho appointment of Negro otllccrs of weanlings bringing So, 100; IM brood of Synod wiw tho ladles misslonary elephant hunter, found hunting In tho volunteer regiments, declaring that Lebanon prc&crvos quite an expensive mured nnd 'one stallion, 818.100. The meatlntfs that wcru held each day In He waived trial by jury such appointments arc expedient and amusement. highest prices bid were 87,600 for the luoturu room of 2nd church. Reundesirable. ports from tho mountain work and oth- and Judge Puilersun. though somewhat Tulla Illuekburn, a broodmare. Chaplain Mclntyre, of the battleship asporumuu himself, was compelled The California orange crop this er fields were very encouraging. 'God of Oregon, tried by court martial for deyear will probably be about one month is surely blessing the efforts of those to enforce tho law by giving Alphous faming Admiral Sampson and Capt. late and Instead of sending them east who nro willing to be used in His ser- 825 and 10 days in jail on the indictment Evans In a public speech, was found charging htm with carrying conceulcd by tho car load for Thanksgiving, us vice. , -deadly weapons, and a 850 tine for guilty by the court, and dishonorably was done last year, It H llkaly to bo A fool and his father-Ilaw's money "shooting dismissed from tho naval service. at random." Lebanon Cearer Christmas boforu much fruit Is aro soon parted. The world has had 2,5."0 Kings or shipped. Emperors of whom records are known, port of dapurture; To youth home Isa The Owlngsvlllo Outlook says that to middle age it is a haven of return. FOIt COM)3. This tlmo and who havo reigned over 74 peoples. LKMON'S sold to Charles K. Hon. A. W. Pascom Don't undervalue thu sonse of humor; when ovary other person you moot is Of theso rulers 1100 were overthrown, Manloy, of Fulrmount, Marlon county, It keeps you from making yourself ri- suffering Irom u severe coid, is a good 01 were forced to abdicate, 23 commitWest Virginia, throe shorthorn cattlo diculous. time to call attention to tho valuo of a ted suicide, 211 bocamo madorimbocilo, Tor a total of $J2o: a Rose of Sharon Nervo Is that faculty which enables lemon' as a medicine. Lemou juice 100 were killed in battle, 12U wore capcow for 8200, a Phyllis cow for $150 and us to put on airs In the presence of our sweetened with loaf or crushed sugar tured by tho enemy, 2o wero tortured Klrklovlngton weanling male calf for own family. will relievo a cough. For fovorishncss to death, 131 were assassinated and 10S 875. When a woman gets homo from down- and unnatural thirst softeu a lemon by Wire executed; Maj. II. C. McDowell's goes to a mirror to rolling on a hard surface, cut off the Tho war Investigating commission Is filly, Eestaoy, broke the world's pacing town she always how she looks. going to Fernandlua, Fln.i to ascertain top, add sugar and work it down Into record for her age at Lexington Satur- suu A chaperon is onu who accepts the tho lemon with a fork, then suok slow- who was responsible for locating an day, making the distance In 2:10J. The propis Ashland Stake, for 2:11 trotters, was Implication that she Is old enough not ly. Hot lemonade will break up a cold army camp there. It said the if taken at tho start. Mako it tho erty is owned by a son ot Secretary Abbot. Caltl to need watching. won ino same dny by Tho The boy is father to tho man; but same as cold lemonade, only uso about Alger, and as it was necessary to clear got second money and Eagle Flannugnn room for a camp, its value third. Host time, 2:0S. Tho race was the girl always acts as If she wore half as much sugar. It Is alleged that it to make and mother, too. bread moisten- was greatly enhanced. father a piece of lemon, or stale worth $ 1,000. Maj. Seaman, surgeon of tho First For two or three days people will ed with lemon juice, bound on a corn, A Chicago dispatch Bays iho general regiment of United States volunteer demand for horses continues good with sympathize with your low spirits; after will cure It. Renew night und morn- engineers, says that most of tho troops ing. The first application will pro- who died ftom disease both at Santiago tho better grades about $5 a head that they will give you a wide berth. There Is latent good In all men; but duce soreness, but If tho treatment lb and elsewhere- wero practically "mura weok ugo. Eastern higher than dered" through the criminal inellicien-c- y orders wore Iurger than for some tlmo It Is generally cheaper to give them persisted in, for a reasonable length and personal favoritism of tho war of time, a cure will bo effected. department. Ho says tho disastrous past. In tho regular auction drafters credit for It than to try to And It. results wore duo to the appointment of Hollat870(i275, only a few extra anis sons of generals, rich men's sons, sons There Is but ono Walton and ho is a Tho Q. & C. will soil tickets at 8200. Drivers bell mals going above anU God knows what." to Washington, Oct. 3 on ac- of politicians with fancy quotable at good one. Beg pardon, there aro two. 4CTC l"3f at they are both count of tho National Spiritualist conaud Fd but 8250(av0. Chunks weighing 1,200 to W. P. Mr. W. N. Haldoman is preparing to on the liveliest aud best vention. building remodel the Courier-Journ1,100 pounds, sell at 800(g,110; farm ougaged on account at a ccst of $45,000, so aa to mako it To New York, Oct. 13-paper wo havo ever known. chunks, 810C85; and general purpose more desirable for stores and offices. of the Luther Lcaguo of America. CarlUlo Mercury. $:0(h05. Clem-mons, multl-inllllonalro- 'H u, ll. SAVE TOIXANDFJEED Ily Buying luits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, From k The Globe, J. L. Frohrnan & Co., Telephone No, Cypress Shingles. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Iron Fence. A.C.SfflE Metal Koofmg. ( STANFORD, 7 7 KY. x Mill Work. lets rln ft : :k 1 'u m c II Value Is The We Loadstone , Aftor rucelvlng nnd getting In portion our big stock for Kail and Winter ready for tho big trailo wo arc suro to eujoy, we are glud to know that S!J 9 We Have Great Values to Show You . - fl 1 IWi .. And every kind but tho poor kind. We Invito you to call on ns and If wo pk-a-you, tell others, If not tell u. SHOE?. Ladles, get the proper too which Is broad; the vamp xhort. We can show them. Shoe-- for everybody. The Worth U tho attractive feature. Men's runiNhlngs, Trunks. I m m S. j 11 m n J An-dorto- n. CALDWELL & LAN1ER, The Leading Shoo and Furnishing Rouse, DANVILLE SY. fit mi well-to-d- Stanford Female College, WIULIAM S HELTON, PRESIDENT. Literature, Science, Mu'c, Art and Elocution, under and experienced teachers Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory rIases, Call t the College and get a cpv of our New (7at.iloue, or write for one to MRS. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Stanfoid, Ky. Full cul-ture- Me-Kobo- rt. Next Session Will Open. September "5th. Course of Study in d Quit-onberr- y. t. lO.-.'l- ll Forty-sevon- th tnt boBt I i i i 'V Without a clean, well shlned shoe no one is well dressed. Ours nro i 'eat, Stylish And Durable. Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Soles, Black nnd Tan, Kid on ing Tops. Same Colors anil Styles in Children's Vest- i l I ii v (Mi Ity! 11 iw: i i in iw; fit I w a: Men's Black Calf; Box Calf, Oordivans and Tans, In nil the latest toes. Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boot. gan Boots from tl.oO, up Bro- - ..... IM1 B p' n a. H. J OBERTS. .IW Fal-coi- i r:--r n. two-yoar-o- low-rate- Always Ask For The "Superior," When you are offered a disc drill. Some manufacturers We are out th's year with somo new Improvement. draft, force feed, Ac. We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balances, light imitate 1S-2- Semi-Week- Wo were unable to fii Others are inflations with us early for the best our orders last year, aud kindly ask you to place your order on earth. ly al 20 horses, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. t TAiXfafc( ff--- r - - Twr ""vfr 'r- - 'm&ir &&-,- t vgpr 3 F . .j f r r ;r If r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL , Stanpokd. Kv., - Oct. 18, 189S W. P. WALTON. 3 Democratic Nominee Tor Congress HON. G. G. GIIJIERT, Of Hlielby County. ,.fe K ' If ! ( Cor.. K. l'oi.ic JOHNSON, everybody's friend who is worthy of his friendship, and especially loved by the writor, has Alger V Courier-Journresigned his position as special agent Addressing the Missouri republican of tlio treasury department, that ho nnnviMillnn. Phiuini'OV. I. FIlluV said: ............, may have a chance to renew Ills ac "1 resign tho leadership of tho repub quaintance wun uie "oiu woman nun do lican party in Missouri because the children," and m the sumo time not wish to bo associated with tho pat- Col. Johnson recuperate his health. A kkplmimcan paper says that Dav- ronuge uroKors, instruction oouers, has been a horso In his day. He went ison has mado an admirable record in trust svndicates, tax dodgers and com in the Confederate army when quite a young man and after the war took congress, when tho fact Is ho has made bines, repeaters, franchise grabbers and If ho were sellers nnd either silent or guilty to journalism, was elected to the Lcgls-atur- no record at all and wouldn't or supporters. " House, Statu to stay there 100 years. A notch on a then clerk of the on a log or a bump on tho Judge Wallace Jones need not vex printer and four or live years ago was stick, a knot nose Is capable of making as much of his more or less righteous soul as to appointed special agent of the treasury If the by Cleveland. He says now ho is out a record as he, and if ho suits tho class the penitentiary commission. who supports him, It is very easily judge over lands in the penitentiary, of public life for pood, but ho can no more exist that way than a llsh can out suited. There nroTthers, however, and the commissioners will welcome him Sth Jovfullv. and tumolnt him a trusty In of water. Ho that as it may, there is a big majority, who deslro that tho a representative in tho female ward: meantime they will one thing even moro certain and that district shall have olT reIs that his newspaper friends will congress and will therefore vote for earn their salaries by cutting and making the George G. Gilbert; In every way tilted publican rake-otlcontinue to hold him in the highest J. M. esteem, whatever bofalls htm, nndprny to tuko a position in that body, which ponltontarlos Times. Tee local members of the 2d Kenprolonged for will again give It the standing to which Htchardson In Gla-gothat his days may 00 In rcvlowlng tucky wont to Lexington hist night to Tho Marlon Falcon many years and that his last may be his it Is entitled. long Senator Deboe's speech at Lebanon, be mustered out, but if it tnkes bent days. Gov. Tannru's action In refusing to says: "Ills ellort was neither logical, to mustor them out as it did to muster A STOUY is going the rounds of the protect Negro laborers at Vlrdon, 111., l-2- c. grammatical nor convincing, and It Is them in, they will be there till Christpress that on the ltd of July, Gen. Shut- Is bringing him and his party into somewhat a mystery to us how such an mas. ter, while before Santiago, sent for merited reproach. The contractors bay ordinary man ever attained his present At any rate they will not be out beGen. Breckinrldgo and offered to re- that Tanner is responsible for tho Children's nnd Misses' Union Suits 21c. prominence, when there are roal bright fore tho election. There aro too many linquish the command of the army to deaths of the men and that they will mon editing country papers which democrats, most all, among them. Men's Merino Underwear, white nnd grey, only ISc per Milt. him, saying that ho was not equal to havo been indicted for murder. Alas never servo any purpose more public Men's I'.ow Shoes 76c. Men's Creole Shoes, lic, worth fl 2fl. Men's Fino Shoo HON. GEOKOEG. GlLHEKT begins a Oic. Ladies' Glove the job. It is not donled by Gon. for tho poor Negro. The republicans Grain Shoes. Laos nnd I'.utton, (15c. hospital for tho than to form a lying-iBreckinridge and tho circumstances go havo no use for him except to mako a tour of this county Thursday, when he olllce cat in the back yard of tho to prove that there is something in It. cat's paw of him and will not protect will speak at Crab Orchard. Friday he Gon. Hreckinridgo Is alleged to have him In tho God given right to make his A member of the whitewashes say: will speak at Hustonviltontid Saturday tried to cheer Pecos Hill up and gave living by tho sweat of his brow. "I think there are some members of at Waynesburg and Klngsvllle. Speakhim 21 hours to think over the matter) tho commission honestly endeavoring ing in the afternoon at each place ex j .M.. wiiu gum, mm suriuusij vuuiiu to get at tho truth In this investigation, eept Klngsvllle, at night. Hon. H. C. telling him that if ho did ultimo command, he would ehungo Shatter's plan ed another, whom ho Intended to kill, and not trying to shield Alger or any Warren will accompany him and also was lot otT with a small fine by tho one. 's to order a retreat, Tho next day But 1 am free to say It looks to speak. Men's Mcintosh C.ihs Coat as low as J1.13. lzo 3(1 to 4S. lleet was destroyed, Shaftertook Mercer circuit court and another who mo very much as If Gen. Dodge, our It Is just three weeks to tho election I toys' .Mdntoh Cape Coats nt f 1.25. Santiago and now gets all tho credit for stole a worthless horso was given live chairman, Col. Sexton and other memMen's Clay Wortwl and Hlack Cheviot Suits at wily 12.13, warth f5. a victory he had hardly no hand in ac- years In tho penitentiary. That is bers were doing their level best to pre- and it is high time tho democrats wore l$nys' Knee i'aun Suits 7flc. Hoys' Knee Pants Uo, hustling. The rads are going around complishing. Verlly,God alono directed Kentucky justice with a vengeance vent anything coming out that would with their dark lanterns at night tellt.10 oveuts, which but for Ills guiding Old John Palmkk, of Illinois, who rellect on Secretary Alger or tho war ing the ignorant any kind of a story hand would have resulted most disasought to havo been In hades a half cen- department. At any rate tho best that, will mako votes. It is impossible trously to our army. tury ago, has coma out of his nolo and face will be put on till after the elee- 'for decent people to cope with that .!.. Llllll , . , .. 1.1 Jt'DGK HoutJE, of Newport, Is anoth-oth- joined tho republicans, leastwise he "- u"!r wuu "" The present Houso has 200 republi- - K,U,J " u,u"" putTcd up with a little will support their candidates. It will individual in vjnucri at iium i suuuiu cans, 122 democrats, 2.'l populists and iui' brief authority, who cuts such fantastic bo rcmombored that ho headed tho live sliver rcpnblcans. Tho opposition be up and doing. tricks, that he makes thu angels' weep. McKluley Aid Society ticket In 1S0C. to the republleun majority foots up, it THE Superintendent of Public In Because a reporter of a Cincinnati T. D. IUNF.Y, MnnaKer The Southern Hallway C". is issuing will be seen, lo0, leaving a clear re structlon supplements Gov. Bradley's paper criticised some of his acts, ho "Empire publican majority over all of 30. The proclamation naming Wednesday, 10th, ' summoned him before him and for a a suporb volume, entitled tho Washington Port's estimate, compiled as LaFuyetto day, when the common Uranch stores at I'arN, whole day made him sil beside him on of the South," advance sheets of which from the figures of Its correspondents, schools arc urged to make contri- - nna Versailles, Eminence,Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Harilstown, Lawrenrebiirg, rynthl- show that it will bo both beautiful and Georgetown, ITzAhethlown. Frankfort, Mnuckt ort, Ind. the bench and In mock surrender of aui gives tho republicans 1(W certain, tho thority required him to pass on questions interesting. Tho chapter on Kentucky democrats 1150 certain, the populists 13 buttons to a fund for a monument to submitted to tho court. The act shows is tlucly written and a just tribute to certain, the silver republicans four, tho great Fronchman, to be creeled July 5, 1000. at tho Paris Exposition. that Hodge is unlit for tho oftlce ho was her resources. and puts 13 districts in the doubtful Tho 10th is tho anniversary of the fall elected to till, and tho quiet submission The "National" democratic commit-te- o list. This Is as liberal from tho re- of Yorktown, In which LuFayette play of tho roorter shows that he Is a fool, n has issued an address, but what publican standpoint as could possibly ed a prominent part, and Us selection PI B2 who does not know his rights. No such is that to anybody? Last year's be llgured out. Is peculiarly appropriate. authority as this oiTorl to humiliate almanac furnishes as good reading and Little Phil Thompson, who lives In man is given a judge or other person last year's bird's nest Is just as valua- - New York said: "I believe that Judge Wife Can no. UctCiiild Wanted. and if the reporter doesn't resent it A follow who signs himself "J. Kes-seVan Wyck will boat Col. Roosevelt, oic. even to tho Use of a cowhide ho is not Kings Mountain." advertise in a big majority. There for governor by a worthy to bo classed as a man. The Louisville Dispatch's art sup- is an element In the republican party Sotnorset paper, that his wife, who is 11 plement Sunday was a beauty, which its ( A camel can get through tho eye of patrons duly appreciate. It costs mon- that doesn't like Hoosovelt and will 2S tall and fair comp.extonud, with f secretly rejoice In his downfall. Then, black eyes and light hulr, skipped re a needle much easier than a man of ey and lots of It to get up a sheet like too, Judge Van Wyck Is an amiable cently with J. B. Hamilton, about slxj "N i w&r means and Influence can bo mado to J that. man, with no blemish in feet high, blue eyes and sandy mus- and upright sillier for his crimes In Kentucky. After BM record, and conservative people tnciie, anu noout .wi years old. toning' several mistrials, John D. Young, Jr., The Illustrations In the Woodford his think he will mako a far belter execu- with them his little daughter... . Etta. If '3 son of the of Bath Sun looK like they might be made by .. '. .even years oiu. who is ...I. anu . lair county, was given six years in tho pen- an Egyptian mummy como to life. tive than tho brilliant, but rather im- oiuo eyes, no uoo.--n t seem to care practicable rough rider. The strongest i'Vi'ihiL fur the 4 nf liU !;iiii'hL.r of 3 itentiary for tho murder of Pliny Where do you got 'em, Bowmar? card, however, for tho domocrats, Is whom he solicits Information I of appeals would douht-les- s Tho court the bad record of tho republican Stale POLITICAL havo saved thu dogcuorata sou the POINTS. al. --- Conceived In sin and born In Iniquity, John Miller win hanged at San Quentin, Cal., Friday. He was hunchback, insanely In lovo with wotnnn who repelled hisattentions. Angered at her manner, he threatened to kill her. Her cries attracted tho attention of James Chllds, who ciuno to her rescue, when Miller shot him dead. Miller's physical condition was such that his neck could not withstand tho force of tho fall and he was nearly decapitated by the rope, tho blood squirting out of his jugular all over tho crowd. Horn In hideous deformity and denied the lovo of woman or anybody else, the poor fellow's lot was a tough one and surety some allowance will be made hi in in tho world to which ho has gono, none being shown htm hero, where everything conspired together to imiko him miserable and vicious. 11 11 The counties In which election boards have not yet organlzod are Garrard, Pike, Powell, Clay, Leslie, Pulton and Whitley. The State board has decided nostnono action in those counties for a woekj and If they havo not organised by that time to remove tho commissioners and select new oilicers In their places. APDITIONAL LOCAL. Keep warm by buying your under' wear from Severance & Sons. largo shawl and a box containing a lace capo and photograph have boon left at this odlce. Owners can get them by paying for this notice. FOUND.- A Clean Sweep Of every thing In sight at tho 'Nobody," writes Julian Hawthorne from Washington, "any longer retains any roal confidence In tho commission, or wllltullow his opinion to bo In the least degree ntrected by Its tlndlngs, be what thoy may." But who ever hud any real eoulldcnce In the commission who but tho president and his man - -- 1 e, pro-moto- rs s, self-sustaini- FkkeDinnhu. To every otio buying io worth or more, wo will give a tlckot to dinner at hotel. Wheatley Bros"., Clemens House Building, Danville. The null for they have already fitind out where a dollar cash goes fnrtlioi t One hundrnl cents make a d illar and wo n nv oiler you tho worth of f 2 fur It. We tiiE nrst irost 01 consequence emtio on tho night of tho 14th and Saturday still have left the earth looked like a small snow had fallen, it was decidedly cold and has ! been chilly ever since. Tho predictions yesterday were rain colder At n great Km. n want our Immense Mocic converted into cash nnd must do it Tuesday. res.trd.es-- of cost Wo always sold you Roods nt a live and let live price, hut now Speaking. Hon. H. C. Warren and In onli rto educe our stock we oiler you good seaionable giods at cost anil M. F. North will speak at Hlehurd's School-Hous- e, Oct. 2o; Moore's School-Hous2(th: Hound Knob School- House, 23th, and at Bee Lick, 20th, In behalf of the democratic nominee for congress. S) come early In the day and get your Miarc of the otitrngou bargain before the stock is picked over and the chance Is gone. Tin: second trial of James B. HowA big line of Calico only He. Yard wide llloaah Cotton JUa. ard, for the murder of Georgo Baker, Sr., In Clay county, resulted at London Yard Wide Blench Cotton 4c, 7o qua Ily. Lace Curtains !J yd long only 4l)e. In a hung jury, eight being for acquit Ladies' Corset, IS to 00, only 23o, worth 30 Ladle' Dreji Stirts iSc. Ladies' Flannel .Skirt 10c, worth 76c. Clonks for tho baby, 00c. tal and four for conviction. At the othLadies Fur Trimmed Capes Uo. Fine line LtuUof Hat, nte y Trimmed, for 03c er trial he was found guilty and hU sentence fixed at life Imprisonment. Jl 2o and J1.IS. Ladies' Walking Hats SSc, 43c, 7Uc. Great Dissolution Sale. s 1 conl-niic- More Good Goods , 1 to-nlc- e, LESS THAN COST! w 11 Ladies' Fleeced Lined Vests at Only 12 n post-ollicc- ." CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. Cer-vera- t er 1 1 "uv-rus- s The Louisville Store. I con-cor- n II ry PIHVhVI !l 11 I e, j&rwr90ysY vvlHIHPII 'MRyffikffiffivj I W'-kl--iI Hi ( r r. fesfeP&Mi "V i ! ..-- .. 1 II II u II II II I Fas-set- t. 1n-- i i I k i ; but it Congressman W. S. Love, of the HON. CJ. Cl. GIU1EKT was not even given a chance. Tho preWi will tlnd ai it the Sixth Misslsflppl district, died Suuduy. democratic nominee for Congress, N hereby lvu to all jverni holding a to siding judge came to his roscno at once . SBt. Comity Itonu of rtei The democrats claim that thoy will will speak at tho following places: preHl nOHHI tfl the lllllltTlirilwl CnHlMllt and granted him a new trial with tee for pRjimmt. ThU O.'IoImt IT. ! elect three congressmen In MassachuBLUG-GRAGROG- HY Wilmore, Oct. la. cnango of venue to Menifeo county. All ,IAs. I. HAU.KY. setts. DIM It c'OOPKK, Crab Orchard. Oct. 2D. of which is another proof that the laws II VKVFVIIKI.M Col. Gov. Bradley has appointed Hustonville, Oct. 21. are only for poor white folks and Ne Ins CominltttH. Henry T. Duncan, of Lexington, a groes. Oct. 22, afternoon, and Waynosburg. of his sUtlT. member No. m t The Associated Press has taken up Thoro Is talk of a Chicago platform Klngsvllle, Oct. 22, night. 4.1'AltTl.ItI Y KKPOUT ill Tilt Lancaster, Oct. 21. the cudgel for a vindication of McKio-lo- y democratic daily in Chicago, backed Vnd our price in 10c n jxMind. If theie was a better gnulu to be ljad Paint Lick. Oct. 25. and Alger and trios in every way to by W. If. Hearst, of tho New York Lincoln County Salioaa! 3ank. we Mould get it. but there can he nothing better than the bet. Tin's Berea, Oct. 27. ucuuiu auu scauuiiiiMS any man who Journal. Is a strong statement but the corieu is here to buck it up. Uniou City, Oct. 2a. f vrAxroun, ky. dares speak his sentiments before the Tho Secrotnry of State, of New At th eta u( UtMtomt SH . 1"H 211. Foxtown. Oct. whitewashing commission. Dr. Sou- - yorb baH ruj0ll thnt tho Slat0 tlcket KI&30l'ltCI Livingston, Nov. 3. man, whose testimony was sultlelent to of tho Chicago platform party can not Iahui ami IiUtwNwt Brodhead, Nov. 4. .'ll,t T7 indict the administration of every R0 0I, lha offloial baWot To eat at the Lowest Price. Come and See. nrp.l .n.1 (Iriwilraft ... i.wi :i, Mt. Vernon, Nov. 5. 1. S. Iltl to oettr drculalJwr .. . uumgu nmua against u, is uuscrioou oyj Tho Elizabotlitown News savs that iS.ll l Hon. H. C. Warren will be with Mr. I'rHHllllWt Oil V S. lUlUlii tho republican association us "a palo JuClgQ Jones ls oUhop ,lhe Jreale8l i.'-- .i ui Gilbert ut all his appointments in this stocks, iiritie, etc gray donkey" aud iti other ways wken cloinajj0jruo lnat ever disgraced tho HinkiDc.ii.MiM, furniture, awl future ,!' ft) county and also address tho voters. in a disparaging manner. People, boneh( or tho m0:)l of l.ie frm Natienal HaiiVj (nut I'eMTTe norant iawyoP however, havo long since lost eonti- - timtcver tried a case." .. Agents 12.AI3 II Eight new siues of yellow fever wero 2.2TI 6." dencela the associated press, which Adjutant Wilbur H. Smith, who was reported at JacKson, .MU?., Sunday, ,Chwk,Iia,t,1.rw,h Till 'J3 0i has on many occasions colored the po- - recently appointed by Gov. Bradlev, is but no deaths. The State Board of Note of other National iuul, . ... J W. UOUT.Manaobr. Htical news to help its party out. pressur'0 of Health reports n number Of new eases Fractional paper eurrvney, nUUe an.l about t0 pCs,n owllj, t0 u Main Street. Interior ' HH . . . " I cenl3.,... .. business affairs, aud it is said that Gen. lii nrtwii' tUnU.innl InivtiJ. Mri;isi.KVMwib nf ih.ii. ".in.,-..- -. Lawful Money ItexrTa in Hank, iti. wI " SllbQ appointed. Terre Haute, Ind., Star Pointer At Specie...... ous indifference of the people" that Co",ef ii,1 wagon record of notes..... threatens democratic victory. Exactly. ' Davison' speech at Kichmond wnlch was sent agalnstmho -- ottou hold of, 2:Qll, made by Joe Patehon hut fall. tatrraph has jut The more decent of the republicans ho itwH ' )ret? KOOt reading, consldering.but Owing to a cold day and heavy wind, Total aro disgusted ulih the management of MAU1MTIUS uiu niuvi ui ii uusurius cnuuuv as tho time was 2:00. iuu viur aim mu unicuj iu uiu soimcrs, i .......$l(V.0 f"l An Illinois young man vowed never Otpltal ilek kiUI Ih .... and while thoy may not vote for demo- - ,u lLU credit for It as tho fellow who to marry and then committed suicide l'ntl)Tilel proBu, leu exiemr ami tax talked it Oil, . . vi paid J,9(J M iiiri. nnmln.,... will Jmw tl.rtl- - f..l. to keep from, breaking his vow because N'oi:ro club,1t1 Loa'-vHl- o say: ho fell In love with a young lady aud lu te oilier National tank,.. . ngs by not voting at all. 7,970 ja "W e havo carefully Investigated could not llvo without her. Uu le State ItinLs ami Haaken MM 4 A rooster in Limestone, Mo., Urr in Katisiu they affect to bellevo Evans record in Congress, and fail to struck by lightning and deprivedwas IViuanil tertlionlM f lfult. .... . . 117,'M- - 2 We keep "tbo bet ' line, of of find anything ho has dono in our luthat Southorn volunteers were permit-- 1 all Its tall feathers save two. The Total :1VI ted to woar brown duck suits, because terost. Therefore wo can not rocom- - chanticleer survives the shock and the aTATB OF KKNTCCKV, thoy objected to tho regulation blue of menu mm as a man worthy ot our sitp- - owner has christened him Cerveru. OMinljr t I.lnwlu, The Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentho Federal army. But it doesn't port ' session at I, Juha II (wley, abtr f tte aWre muBl This Is tho way the Glasgow News tucky will open Its annual this mornmatter. There Is no greater fool than Hank, il wlewnly swar tlwl the Masonic Tomplo, Louisville, taiHut announces an appointment for speak- ing, tho meeting lasting three days. the fool for the want of sense. ii tree to the bet f Hy kuwwleJje ami Mlef. AI-- o "the haal" Paint. OIU, VnrnMio-- , Loud. Colon and Stalm. FltEsCKIITIONS caro ing: If you want to hoar the man speak 11. OWI.KV, Ca.hUr. J. fully compuuuiloil from "the best" ilrujjs obtainable. Ybar patronage Is always apnre Thkiib Is a repjrt car root that Gov. who made William Henry Jones sit rn ta Mare me tlitt Ilih Jay SHlMlt'l anil Old fashions In dress maybe revived ciatuil and It will bo our constant alia to sell "tne t'ooil at reiionablo prices. W. M. UltlllHT, N. V. U. C. Bradley wrote Davison's speech but down so suddenly that he ripped his but no old fashioned medlcino can of IX t. lilb. CuuBWJt S. It Sutkj, ,ttet: wo do uot believe it. The governor pants aud split the chair-bottoColic, Cholera come replace Chamberlain's S. J Kubkv, can shut his eyes nud do better to town next Monday and hear Senator and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by J. W, Aliok.v, thau that. Goebel. Craig & Hooker, Druggists, Stanford. Dtiitori. & I humiliation of wearing stripes, administration." NOTICE. BestCoffee on Earth to THE LEVERING COFFEE, Lots of Other Good Things ! i I Blue Grass Grocery. i int. I ii . Ltval-tenil- ?.; 1 A ' i ..- Oup Motto: "The Best." .. . j ! - i Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, lt" w ro m, , CRAIG HOOKER. 1 r-5i ii ' ii ,&-'- - fM i j j - - u-- . !M Two Jersey cows, ono with young calf, for sale. 3 NEW SHOES. IS073, J.M.Bryant. old f w (fM MiV'yh -- Waxtbd, four-year-- Jersey cow Mark Hardin. Stanford. Kv., E. C. - Oct. 18, 1898 and calf, gentle. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nt Fill your house with coal while the We are now showing a gre tt line of .Shoes and Hoots for Men and weather is pretty. J. II. Baughman & turcd by Huell it Son and the Forworn! Mfg. Oo. Tlio loss of a few hogs amounts to more than the cost of protecting an Co. entire herd by feeding Dr. Haas Hop Attbxd T. II. Smlloy's sale of land Remedy. Don't wait till losses havu or are about to occur, but go now and and personalty near Morcland Thursday et it from Penny's Druj,' Store. 20th. And get prices m m Walton, Busings Maxaohk. LiXBof lluest and freshest candies just received at Warren it Shanks'. manufac- - t Come And See Our Line before making .70iir Fall purchase. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Col. W. G. Whlcu went to Frank- McKlnney's. brick-ki- Xhv raisins, currants, citron, prunes and evaporated fruits at Higgins & Pence & Greening's caught Are and burned fjriday night. ln -ii i W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Ivy. the time to ne our Mock of Fall nnl Winter Dry Good- at itH fullest for a drive, every thing in, weather plea-amid we are ready and iiiixioii: to your wants and wive We have tome ?oeiul IJara:n out every week. you money. 2sTov t fort yesterday. Miss Scsii: Laslhy wont to Louisville, Saturday. IiUD IIOLMliltMAN attended the circa TUB covering of at Lcbauon. Voruon, m m Tlii? week we oll'or it DRESS : GOODS Special. ConUting of a lot of fine, fancy Camel's Hair. and fancies Aw, 81.25, choice now for IMtio, Cheviots, in Wine, H row 11 Iwon 8fc, SI and which linvc F. Kni'KGKit, of Mt. hero selling lime Friday. Dlt. N. II. McKlXXBY will uo to this week with a view to Fahm for sale, containing IK) acres.in was Daviess county. Address J. C. Florence. Stanford, Ky. m An Important Matter. Mil-lertdju- rg m Is an early purchase of your winter apparel. IIOMBU change now has good connection with .1. S. Owslkv, Jit., and James Paint Lick, Richmond and points in Mils. McKlwaln returned from Frankfort, that direction. Silurduy. We will deliver clover hay in any Heavy Mits. T. 12. Baldwin, of Hichmond, quantity at H5o per hundred. Lay in ity, andCas?imeres, Jeans, Flannels, Cantons and Outings are gsing fast. The qualIs with nor daughter, Mr. W. II. the low price we make, please all. vour supply while It is cheap. B. K. Shanks. Wcaren & Son. Miss Bkssik Uckxsipu, a Garrard county beauty, is with Miss Pearl The building of the colored school-hous- e Hurnsidc. began yesterday. Dr. Tardif has Mas. JimitY Smith, of Jellico, ar- raised about $100 by subscription and We have a lot of Ilotnc-tnadComforts made of best material and tilled with fonr rived yosterday to visit relatives at the work will gostcadily to completion. pounds of choice locating. Whay tolls us that the ex- OUR UNDERWEAR Comforts and Blankets o 50 CENT$. want cheaper Dre.- - flood, we have special value at '27 and .'We yd., all under ii?ual price-- . 'JO, Plain and Fancy Dross Good 4 from 7oc to S2 yd. in grout variety. Hlaek, all wool Sorgo. at 2.), 50, (55, 75c and up. Mack Mohair-- , plain in fine, lilack and fancy, from U5c to SI yd. .New Crepon at 75c, 61 and S'2, Black Henrietta?, Drnp D'ete, Hep-- , l'oplius, Aw, Ac, at all price. n- If you Ar-murc!- 1, Tailor Made Suits hlc values in Kentucky. Line will bo kept up as well all through the All wool Cheviot Suite, rutin lin- -' ed coat, for S10. Wnotian Suit-"- , with llotinee skirts, nt SI 1. Finer VenotiaiH with llounce kirte nt 81)1.75, 815 and 8M. needed, we make free Suite nt SIS.fiO and 825, any alterations po-ci-- lKt of charge. Win ter Un cl 'r rear Lidie.--' ve-t- e and ixuite, Mnco ami Groy, lildtcd and ileeced, in full sua, and in ox tm large izas a- - well, at 25c each. Children's llecced luion Suit at 25c each. Lndie?' Oneita Union fine white Suite at 50, (!5c. 81. 81.25 and cl.50. Childr-n- 't Cashmere Union Suite, all aias, at B8Jc, real value 81. Kid Gloves. of Kid Glove to be found in tliU K'Ction.JiWe ell the "Clu.e Pat. 'rhumb" glove.-- exclusively, prices range from 81 to 82 and all fitted on ro you know they are all right before paying. We have Mucks, Tan?, Blue, Gray?, Kod- -, Greens, Mutter and White. We'earrv the InrinM -- s Fur Collarettes. Seal French Seal Colltuvttw 82 to 812, Weal Ala-k- a ette." $10, 812.50 and 815, Genuine Krimnier Capos up, Beaver and Black Martin 825, French Martin from Wool Seals", Grobas Astnichan-- , Monkeys, Ac, Ac 100 to roleet from. Collar- SI2.50 80 up, About Ready'Made Sheets, 81-0- 0 20-J)- 0 12-3- Heady Hemmed Blenched Sheets " " 0 gl-H0(5-0- O " " " 0 5 15-o- (iocs, Hemstitched Hemstitched Pillow Cases 50c, All Linen " " " Pillow ca " Utica Sheets " " ". IJSo, 13c, So, 50c, Danville, Kentucky. ly Wi: can send you our Maggie axd Mauy Nokl and Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, spout several days with Mrs. Jack Hiatt both, for s2."5 a year and other publiin Garrard. .Mies dam KS F. Iti:i Mary W. cations combined with ours in proporand , of Danville, attended church tion. here Sunday. Youit taxes are due and those hold, Miss axxii: Hklle Woods has ing claims are calling on me for their returned from a week's visit to Miss money and I can't pay them unless you Bessie Burusidc. piy me. Let this be sulllcient wurning. D11. Caul Louis Whhklkk, of S. M. Owens, sheriff. Iliistonvlllo, will locate at Lexington I will have my opening Ol'EXtXG. to practice medicine. Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 10 and Knox-vill- e MliS. M. C. SaUFLUY wont to this morning to vieit her daugh-to- 20. when I will have on exhibition Fall and Winter hats, bonnets, &c, trimmed Mrs. T. S. Webb, Jr. In French and other patterns. You are BY the resignation of Chief Dispatchcordially invited to call. Mise Llccle to er of the K. C, Mr? J. A. Bower, of Bcazley. Parksvllie, is promoted a notch. MltS. Jaaiks C. I'ickktt and Mrs. The court of appoals has atllrmcd Sal lie Lloyd, of Mayoville, are guests the decision of tho Lincoln circuit of Mr. anil Mrs. W. A. Trlbble. court in the case of Breckinridge vs. Mhs. Bklli: MAltirr, of Xolln, MoRoborts. This was a suit by Mr. yesterday to see her father, Mr. Thomas McRoberts to attach a fee alWin. Lewis, who is 79 and very ill. lowed in the caso of Stewart's adminisMil. and Mhs. Thomas Daltox trator vs. Carncal, ivc. have moved back to Stanford. Mrs. Bad LUCK. Jesse F. Cook, superin- m Dalton will be matron at the Infirmary. tendent of the Union Stock Yards at &i Mbsshs.T. P. Hill and P. M. wont to FranKfort yesterday to Lexington, had bad luck last week. In argue a caso boforo thu court of apeals. the tlrst place he sent mule from his Mhs. Thomas D. Best and daughter, father's farm on Dix River to RichMiss Lulu, of Lincoln, were guests of mond and it got away from the man who took him and has not since been Mrs. J. L. Arnold. Central Record. Hahuy Kaixbs, of Liberty, and Mr. heard of. Secondly he sent over some Thomas McHoberts. of Danville, at tine Southdown sheep and two died on tended the burial of Dr. O. II. Mcltob-ort- s tho way and last but not least his watch, an old family relic, ani chain Saturday. Mil F. H. CltniSMAX and handsome were stolen from him. daughtor, Miss Mabel, of Hutchison, William Cooley, who U working Kansas, are visiting the formor's sister, out a tine, gave Marshal Ncwland the Mrs. Joseph Bullou. slip Friday and for awhile the ollicer Ml!. J. W. ChhistiaX, of Fayette thought his man was gone for good. friz county, was here yesterday getting They were repairing a bridge in the. roady for thu opening of their turkey Western part of town and while Mr. slaughter house, Nov. 1. Newland went after somo tools Coole'y ! The Lanca&tcr Record notes the sale lit out. A Negro boy told tho marshal of J. I. Hamilton's farm 011 the new tho direction he went and with his dog Danvillo pike at?25 au aero to J. P. he sot out to hunt him. ' Altera search Hargett, of Jessamine. of an hour or so the dog "treed" CooMil Macic Wheat nnd wife, of the ley In a sink hole on M. S. Baughmau's Mt. Salem section, wore in town Fri- farm und in less time than it takes to day, the former to moot with the coun- Ull the story "Brother" had him back ty committee atid the latter to shop. t work. Mhs. Mauy Bow'MAXand Miss Vlr Col'Xty Committee. Col. Jack giniu Bowman, of Danville, reached Mrs. Howard Chlnn, executive committeeman, was the city yesterday to visit up Friday and straightened out matBowman, of 2 JelTerson Terrace. ters. W. 12. Perkins was selected for Courier-JournOwi:x SllLo.us gave a supper at the Crab Orchard, No. 1: J. M. Carter for Mason Hotel Monday evening, in honor Iliistonvllle, No. 'I, and R. G. Denny for of Misses Jennie Warren, of Stanford, Stanford, No. :). The commlttoc thon organized by electing John W. Holmes, and Christine Bradley, of Frankfort. of Crab Orchard No. 2, chairman, und Lancaster Record. Miss Lbila Caktbr, of Hustonville, then a mooting was called for next daughter of J. M. Carter, returned Wednesday at Stanford at 2 v. M. It Is home last Monday, having been visiting getting pretty late in the day and it is MUs Juliii Kpperson and Miss Willie hoped that the committee wih mtiko up Cowan and other friends hero. Somer- for lost time by raaklngextra exertions for our standard bearer. set Paragon. Jambs B. Gbxtuy was at Latonia MCROHEUTS. Dr. Oliver II. McRoblast week to see after his runners, erts, who had boon at tho Joseph Price Prosecutor and Auriole. Ho tells us Infirmary for two months for general that Bledsoe Bailey Is now assistant debility, died Friday morning of an clerk of tho scales there and is making attack of pneumonia. Ho was getting a mighty eood man for tho place. along flrstrato.and was able to walk up town. It required considerable exerLOCAL HAPPENINGS, tion, however, and being caught In a MOCKIXG bird food at Higgins Sc shower, his system yielded ut once to McKlnney's. pneumonia, which wus the immediato Dr. McRoberts I will pay cash for walnut timber in cause of his death. was born in Stanford IS years ago and C. Sine. the tree. A. lived hero all tho time, with the excepTUKMKXDOUS lino of blankets at tion of the years ho attended college low taritT prices at Severance & Sons. and u few years spent in Liberty, where he married Miss Mattlo Coffey, who FiKLDS & Haxsox's Minstrels gave survives him. A son of the widely an excellent performance at Walton's known Rev. S. S. McRoberts, he grow Opera House Saturday night. up a Presbyterian and joined that . TCKKKYS. J. K. Christian & Co., church In early life, but on settling in will be here on and after Nov. 1, ready Liberty and marrying a member of the Christian church,, ho united with it, to begin tho slaughter of turkeys. thero being no Presbyterian church In Pnosi'BCTS of Danville securing the the town. Dr. McRoberts wus a big Black diamond railroad have gone hearted, clever man and had many glimmering, says tho Advocate. God friends who grieve that ho Is no more. bless your Innocent soul for ever count- The burial was from his brother, W. ing otherwise.. B. McRobertsJ, residence Saturday at Thursday 11 o'clock, when u long concourse folI will be at Crab Orchard next, 20; at Ilustonvillc, Friday, til, and lowed the remains to Buffalo Cemetery at ATaynesburg and Klngvllle, Satur- and consigned them to tho tomb, jitter day, 22. Meet me and pay your taxes. services thero by Revs. F. W. Allen and S, M. Rankin. S. M. Oweus, sheriff. Mcivinney. Mis.siM m Senn,-Wcck- hatting. All wool Blankets in Red, White and Bluo, Outing Blank ets from 25c up. We have a few Hou-muu- B S9 Left we will close 9 for less than you could buy the material. 01DIT Low Cash Prices for All. JOHN P. JONES. r, xm!fmmMmmmmL nr-rlv- OVERCOATS. Our line includes Beaver, Melton Cheviots, Coverts, all prices, ?4 to f IS. You should see our Box Coats and U sters at o. You have paid $10 for no better, f 10 buys a good enough coat for anybody. Mc-Hobe- i 11 s Boots And Shoes. By great care, hard work and 10 years' experience wo hnvo for your inspection the most reliable line of shoes ever offered to tho pcop e of this county. It is a sulllcient guarantee of first class goods to know that they are the celebrated Zoigler, Buell, Marcy & Godman make iJ For all, Men. Women and Chi'dren. All fresh goods. We otter last year's old goods at half price. Be careful in buying rubbers. Don't buy carried over goods. SEVERANCE St SONS. $ mMmmmmmm&$mgMmwM m LOOK HERE I - Corn Harvesters, al. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ton Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Vi Before You Buy. J3. K. WEAREN St SON. Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. Remember wo take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. 3K O H ft I in B " t 12. ti ., .h 2 i : 1 I r. 'i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, n li IK LV1 P vo children died nt Nowark, o., from entinp jlmson seed. closing up II affair. All creditor of mid Hank therefore nro hereby notified to preAn Albany, Ky., man sold to Nasho Aajra and X"rld.eL-3 o.'bllBli.ad.T'via sent tholr claims tipnliist 'atd Hunk for pay ville parties 10,000 cedar posts at 31.10. incut. n Mrs. John Sherman J. ILOWSLKV, Cashier. ADVANCE stroke of paralysis from has sufferedcan I2 PJCB VKVIt IN which she The Lincoln County National Hank, of not recover. When not to raid S2.BO will be charged. Stanford. Kv.. has succeeded the Kit r inert Hunk .V Trust Co.. ut Stanford, Ky-- , nnd Two motormen were dangerously lins assumed nil Its liabilities. nsstu nnd injured in a collision with a work car entire business. S. II, SIIAN'KS. President. at Knoxvllle. J. II. OWSLKV, Cashier. The- Duchess of Marlborouph. who of people Is so 1lAhletothro.it difficult to preach, nnd concluded to try NoeliM trouble an the great clas who male up the l)r. Ayer'n Cherry Pectornl. The first bottle 6IED was Miss Consuela Vanderbllt, has Cospel ministry. The strain put upon the irnve me great relief j the second, which I vocal orcana uv couitant exercise j the nm now tnUinjr. has relieved tne almost given birth to a son. sudden change from a heated limldiufr to entirely of nil unplcastrut symptoms. To KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. A deaf and dumb man was urrcsted the cool air when the vocal organs are in ministers sufleriut; from throat troubles, money. Louisville, Ky., state of complete relaxation, the fact I recommend Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. in Louisville on a charge of using prothat a mtnUtcr feels Impelled to use his "Prevention is better than cure." A 1:03 a. m. No. 5 Amlves at Manford at voice when actors nnd lecturers would bottle of Dr. Aycr's Cherry FROMFAR OFF DAKOTA. fane and ubusivo language. 2:10 A. M. No. i LeaTt Stanford at AMERICANS EUROPEAN take the needed rest; these are nraoiiR the in the house, will effectually Pectornl kept prevent the No. 21 Arrlrmat Kowlandat 12:00 pay. Willie Wilbum, of Tnruuklnsville, reasous why "Clergymen' sore thtoat" rooting of a cold nid its consequent devcl. 2 r. m. 3:40 Seneca Falls. S. Dakota, Oct. No. 2.! Iav Stanford at is known as n special disease. The Kev. opemcut Into some dangerous malady. MiAN8. had a 'tit while crossing Cumberland Enclosed I tend you subscription for 15. M. Urawley. V. 11., District Secretary of This remedy has no equal llronchlal the American naptist Publication Society, troubles. The most stubborniu cases have The Lrulics KcMaurnnt is the finest in River in a sktlT. nnd fell In and was another year and a fev Items In regard writes Irom Petersburg, Va , the account yielded to its use. It Is equally effective KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the city. Every convotiluncc for Indies drowned. of on experience o( his own which is for Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, to crops In my neighborhood nnd other spending (lie day in the city. readiufr to those afflicted with (iron every disease that attacks the throat and or The Knight Templar Conclave will places in Potter county. Wheat Is ..12 37 p m chlal or other throat troubles. The sub. lungs. Tor years Dr. Ayer's Cherry J'c. Gentium n'fi Cufo 011 olllcu lloor. --... No, 24 Train going North It. II. good, but not so good, ns wo expected stance of the letter is as follows: .. 2 41 am bo held at Louisville In 1001. No. as " Joral has been put up only In large alxc ..12 43 a in ' bottles, at n price of Ji.co. To meet an outh No. 25 " THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. PnTERsncno, V.v. .. 21 in Lloyd, of San Francisco, was ehoicn 10 or 12 bushel to the acre. Increasing demand for a smaller slied The price No. 23 " J. C Ayes. Co., package the remedy can now be obtained Mannger. grand master. For allll'olnta. Dbar Sms: Three months njro I took in for No. 1 Is 40 and 4S cents and 40 cents bottles, at half price y cents. a violent cold which resulted Iu an attack Send for Dr. Ayer's Curcbook (free) and Music Tuuj.liiv, TiuirsiLiy and Sunday Clifton Young, a boy 12 years of age, for No. 2. Oats good and worth 25 SOLD. BO'lOII TICKETS of acute bronchitis. I put myself under yoii will get u clearer Idea of the great Kvcniii". HAGOAGE CHECKED TH110UC.11. was shot nnd dangerously wounded medical treatment, and at the end ol two value of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ad. cents per bushel. Flax Is not good and months was no better. I lound it vcr drrss I C. Aver Co.. Lowell. Mass. For any Information enquire of while at play on Church street, Lexing- corn only half a crop. Hot winds InJOE S. niCE, Agent, ton, by a drunken soldier. jured all of our crops and killed the Stanford, Kj. AY: HORSE. Frost was reported Saturday at Jack- flax. Wo arc very dry here, not having FARM FOR SALE, IV) Arm, well witrnM ami In fliutalof culms son, Miss., and other points In the had any rain since June to nmount to my noue t mm, a liar msro I years lion. to TwodKfllin lioutw kM tmrin. onhtrd FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. (ilil, nnout luii'ls liUh uikI all arouud and hxilks Ai. lorn and hay cns ran 1m Nitihl lWfiun South and the fever situation is in anything. W.M like she has lud nltila MOSI.U .1 C. iitirchar hopeful. (illrts Crtvk Kite to suitManlord, Ky.Call 011 or address. Miu a. m. and 3 r. M., Trains teare Frankfort at f.30 Q. A C. and reach- - consequence more I don't like this country as a farming farat (ieowtown with ounectln John Grace, a Christian county country, but I don't think It can be tne I'arU at 8: 10 a. m. tand ..5:10 v. M. Leave I'arisNov .(, will run a rorinrclliiir at George- mer, with his foot caught In the traces, ..Yi.o.. . u ...1 iVtji In MBiifi.nl nil. I II. beat for raising stock of any kind. PHOTOCRAPHER'SIOUTFIT. Q. A C and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 town with illurls. and wlllU clail In riirnl.h tin villi was dratrired a mile over a stony road There is a great amount of the finest A. . and .20 milk who tutr tu buy Orders Irlt with J. II. TZZ SEWT0JJi A t5 P A. Z r'OIAI.i; CIIKAI'. by a mule that had thrown him. Me lr will receive pnniijil attention grass and nothing to cat it. It is a good J. I'tVKMX'll The railroads are preparing to mako country fqr anyone who has money to 11UOOKLYN. Oiitat inrlmlf. a nir QUEEN & CRESCENT. a united appeal to the Pullman Co. to engage in raising stock. There is plen- thlni;nnvssiry to tent, I'letum picture ear and orerjr the Imslnrss ;fc . W. C WOLKOKP, I with to rrnt for 1MH afarmofiVl reduce Its rates. The company's grcss ty of government land and school land ZZ Hirer Trains pis Junction City as follows: llii.toiiTll.., Ky. : miles froin luiitlllr 011 the ltantlllf and Malitrd over $10, that can be rented at 3 and 4 cents per 4 11 p m earnings the past year arc No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North I'lVe Inil'toiriiifnt. filrlv pud, Iscludilij house 41 a in " No. 8 " ......ll4am of 7 nxiiiu. AiMrrs. It. T I.Kwls, Manfoid, Ky. "4 " ..... S ?inm C00,000. RENT-X89- 9. acre as long as you wish. 1 intend to UK am "6 " No. 5 " Co., 01 6 Warn 8 05pm James Prall murdered his wife be- go Into stock raising as soon as I posNo. 9 f 10 No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for .ien- - cause she sued for divorce, and then KOUNDUD 1BOS. sibly can. cors from South ol Niincnel. a aim iu run uuiuii W acres ofUu.t, gmkl Iioum fi rooms, larve liam. ttwr than Junction City and 5 and t. only to Som- deliberately put a bullet through his ijood apple As the cars came up from Redtlcld with plenty if xiiiall rnnt, Iu creek Hip Saw. Ilutid :tr. own head, dying Instantly, in Logan Friday evenlnr a spark from the engine or IS serps to -- In wheat. Call mi John M. Mc With l'lu hit. Corn Mill, IVed Mill, N'eit JSJ Kuglnf, ltolwrt., Stauflird, or write to iuo ' county, O. 30 liorc Mwir Holler nil In kixm! ruiinlnor-lerwlt- h U. T. .McIlOlir.UTS. fell out in the crass, and what a tire we Ilnxlliwil, Ky. 8 n rood STANKOItn, KV Royal i akea the food pure, rurnmiul liicri-nnFayette county will vote at the No- had. There were live of us and it was Timber (mmmI, Inrifo butldlntr. eMd wuit-rwholesome and dc IIcImu. vember election on a proposition to all wo could do save Mr. Flynn's house fruits nnd vlnynrd (imid More In roiiiu-tlou. A ooil'lmrcnlu for two fiimlll.'.. Tor issuo 3100,000 of bonds to pay for the and barn. He was not at home at the full purtleulut-- call on the owner, to replace the one time we saved his barn and omc hay, now court-hous- e JO.-J-. Wlt.MMANN. destroyed by fire. Juinlxi, I' O I.lneolu Co.. Kv lost out on the prairie 40 or .10 but he An express company has completed tons of fine hay. I helped from 3 l M. TAirczs snos.f h:hik:;zy. arrangements for maintaining a semi- until 3 a.m. The wind blew hard all monthly dog train mall and express the time nnd there were three men service to Dawson, Alaska, over the North of ray house, from three to five Stanford, Kv., Woliuvo our lunik Itereby AVe are for the f:i- - warn nil tKMteilfrom tntw-Mlii- Mint on tltoiu ice, commencing No. 1. miles, that lost their barns and all of for Htiy uirxic tlnitever. Hmlur jienHlty of Ih Gov. Bradley very wisely pardoned IiIh their wagons, buggies nnd harness. All mous house of Joseph the law provided In hUi'Ii rtto. poor Mamie Crow, of Elizabcthtown, of their wheat was in the granaries. . 11. iiAroiiM.w. field & Co line J. V. IIAI'DIIMAN. A..Mi). m:vi.ano. who stole a watch to buy food for her I'KNt'K. A. 13. MCKlNNEY. K. M S. llAt'OIIMAN. baby, whose father had betrayed its Cloaks and Capes, and have s. K. PATTKU'iON. MltS. V. Oi:i.MK. II SH.VNK5. Goods Warranted. mother and refused to recognize her A little country school-pir- l wrote tlic .1. II. Hum;. their sample book and also J. II. l.V.N.V. Fit Guaranteed. offspring. J. II. MiKINNKV. following composition on boya: "The Can ormer boy is not un unimnl, yet he can be catalogue of cuts. James G. Deaton, a Absolutely Pure Give Him a Call. chant of Brcathlttcounty, was shot and heard to n considerable distance. When der anything vou want in killed near Crickettsvllle, by Edward a boy hollers he opens his bit,' mouth I will sell prlvutelv mv Iiohik oh Danville NATIONAL BANK Callahan, also a merchant and man of like frogs, but girls hold their tongues this line on short notice or pike. IJ mllex (mm Stanford. Contain-- . PO0IR CO., NH YORK. means. They had been unfriendly for till they are spoken to. and then they can have same made to order iSH ncriM. well ItnpnivtMl nnd one of lln OK STAMtmi), KV. nicest tlurts nliout town. (ireonlwrry some time. answer respectable and tell just how it llrlRlit. StAUfonl. K to Snow fell in Chicago for over an was. A boy thinks himself clever be- ifnecessarv. C&J.1U1 Btesk S109.0C9. Sarplus, J15.750 hoar Thursday night. It was the first cause hean wado deep, but God made MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Attention ol the hiWW ! fwillM In the fart that this season and the earliest In 20 years. the dry land for every living thing and thliUtheoiilr Natkwfti lliHk In Mauferd. Un : the snowfall, rested on the seventh duy. When the der the invrtiiotii nt tbe NlleHl IUhW t A ni0 accompanied tr tbeMla nt.xk, on Lake Michigan boy prows up he is called n husband, bl Uj lb. nwkhnHr lUMlllr r an amount Newly furnished; clean beds; eplendsd maklncr navigation eiMdta thettoek mtbat ilelinrtof Hilt Imtltu-tlnKentucky impossible. wading and stays out Quatonville, and then he ctops Porters table. Everything arc intrtl b; fuu.l HP .worn 89 the oin.litlouoi tfcr Hink meet all trains. lliHiUoftbe I'M led .Stale (lurprHwrntareluad It has developed that King Hubert, late at night, but the grown up girl is a t Offtvrs his wrTires to the noIe of West Urcoln and It tcb jear rxamlnnl at Maled as well as the Emperor of Germany, widow and keeps house." wli are tliu hj saTetnuirnt and Csey eounties. Full itoclc of ('oOiniaifcl Cask, KeBU,tlnu .ecuriBK additional and sili-c- l band. alct etsalwarson was to have been killed by the Italian A. S. 95 todenllt. 'I). H. Carpenter. Manager. HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Thl. ImlltuthHi orUlnally MtHlUhel a the anarchists whose plot was discovered pfwll Ihoik of .SUufunl in IMH, tkeu rmnranlicd a .Surgeon and forestalled by the arrest of the Wc have two children who are sub-jothe Nlli Hawk ofStaiiUml In IsriA and((alu Dentist, ItlliriVU.iV J ! nlnp'Tiilo In Pirwnf. in at. WPflf. rmriraiilie.1 the Flnt Nollmtnl lliukuf SUAfun , to attacks of croup. Whenever an PUBLICSALE&RENTING In titi had pnieticall)' atinnlHlfrruiile.le.tut-eI for M jrear. It At Kansas City, Mo.. Frank R. Ma- attack is coming on my wife gives iti.. u..ir.t now will UHlltlm fiirlraiiMilln,. "muiiijm ni4i,tl and son, a graduato of West Point, plead- - them Chamberlain's Cough Romedy We d' iHit want to held our l.inf ilwk of 1uk- Ufnieln In long ami howirabl Asexerutarsot the will of John C, lllll, dr(-el- , Office oxer McRoberU' Drui Stoto in the;Owiler earwr. AreuMRta of IihIItuIu!., ttduvlarUt.Briur irli, urri, 4iavimi a I we will on (er and IndlTldualoulldlrd. led guilty to burglary In the criminal und it always prevents the attack. It, Hulldlng. tbmUKh the winter and will ni.e yon to servo 10 is a household necessity in this county 'court and was sentenced Novombor I, 1898 AAUx by lalliHKnn na for uuytlili.a: Ir our line V. lit LI. I.lnooln Co.:DIMKCTOm, Ilinlrn. Sl.nfnr.l 'years in the penitentiary. He was J. V. no matter what else we run out of. W. J Itny i ikhiai.kCi, l.tifwtrr, Ky, .S, T. Until; " a. 1. lUughuun, to On the prfinl and chain it would not do to be without Chamber- - nt Wilder all thenear Mavwood, ell ol the high I ''estcd ,m' stcalIl,C a watch J S. Worker, "VV. T P. lllll, lileh he iritial projmrty V f. Walt " W. A. TribW. ' of u uiu iuu uuiiiu ui u imjoitimi. tain s uoultu jiciucuy. .uure 01 it is diedgixA bnnnl eocni.tlliKfo.l to Jack. J, II Colllr,Crab Orch'd M. J. MIIIr.Mt. Vernon. nurn in - s0ld M, D.KItuure, otaufunl. Congressman White, of North CaroKOixl here than of nil other cough medl- - : voimI milk cow old hore. and cive, orricn. Una, who Is black, raised a row In a clnes combined. J. M. NIckle, of I dry eon, I Twriiiu iiMi.r. BLUS GHASS MUSSZniSS. FALL '9S. J S. Hocker, rrnldeut; J. J Mcllohrrrf Caibl 'J fat hot and miv and ix. circus by taking his scat among tho NIcklo Bros., merchants, Nlckleville. A A MrKlnnr,A...Unl('hi.r About 75 barrel o.'eorn. I) ilMxki ol fudiler, white people and insisting thut he was Pa. For sale by Craig & Hocker, corn will lrnKkl au.l iiiewiirnl at the kip. j mack of hay, I ntraw ttirk, lot of uirithuiM In Hvorv tiling for Orrlmid, I.awn nnd Har, a3 good as any of them. The circus Druggists, Stanford, Ky. hiHk, I irawn. I k"id IriHety and den. Fruit himI Oriiiimi'iital Trcis. Shrutw. iwplemeut. tielher with all all the fanulns ,, manager called for assistance to reVine, snuill Fruits Itliulxirli. Aiwr-ugu- i the hou'eliuld and 'Papa," said tho young mother, mnltiiiK of turkey kitchen furulriire, lot of iMillry e mid il I etock )rrowti In nurvrli".. Ofllco over IflfjKlns & MeKlnney's Store. move him anu forccu nun to retire. chk'keu. eti reuMinnlde a we riuplov no lieutH. )t. Solicits slmru of the p:itronigo of tho com-1- 1 line u mill from .am time and "I've decided on a name for baby. Wo oil We will at thetho farm for theplmc, If not rent- - hOrliitlvi "utnloKue on iipidU'iitloii to By tho wrecking of the steamship 50 liefore, rent yeai 1H. 'I he unity. Imogen." uuntly Iu ten, the II F II ll.l.KNM KYF.lt. farm nwtali'a about u Mohegan oft the Lizard, at least 150 will call her In wheal (fill . l.eluj(tou. Papa was lost in thought for a few land to o ufle, th alxxit IS facre will W reeded Telophono SI". s of faroi renter entllle.1 lives were lost, including of tiienhvMt at the threber. All jKiints in Michigan, minutes. He did not like the name, but to tho crew. The vessel began to go to If he oppoed It his wife would I'i tu rent the faiw au havo premlwor w.hli4tber of theundendfTHed. rali on I be on l'tMet.4i pieces in five minutes nfte" she struck, her own way. "That's nice," said he, gheii on day of nk J (1. f.VKN, and there was the most intense excite- presently. "My first sweetheart was W. T. TUCK Ell. White City Special. ment aboard. All along the coast nameu Imogen, anu sue wmtnKo it as Executorii. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & a compliment." JJiMt Terminal fetation, and held for bodies were recovered "We will call her Mary, after my SURGEON, Identification. mother," was the stern reply. - Order has been restored at tho Vir-d?111., mines. Another attempt was Avoiding iho Tunnel. ADMIMSTKATOK'S SALE Ol 511 Fourth Ae Of No. Ofllco over lllpglns & MeKlnney's Store. made to unload Negroes at the mining P Jf.otii.svnie, - company's stockade, but tho soldiers, i Will be nt the Gov. Tanner, reunder orders from Wngner Sleeping Cars fused to let them leavo tho train As Ailm'r with the will annexed, ot I.UzaMh Myers Hou3e, Stanford, on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1898, Fourteen are dead as tho result of l.tieas, (IcmoummJ, I will on lM - TIE Mrs. Samuol P. Swartwood, of Moun tain Top, is the mother of 24 children, and she Is just 40years old. The September report Indicates that the calendar year 1SU3 will show tiro largest export record in the history of our foreign commerce The imports are the smallest since 1SS5. The 15 surviving members of the Washington Artillery, mustered Into service in 1SG0 at Newport, and uever mustered out, will present claims to the amount of SlSo.GoG for 30 years service, and in the&o Jays of pension prodigality they are Ukoly to get the ADVICE TO MINISTERS. Given by a Minister. preach better. NOTICE. Tim Partners Hank .V Trust Co., located at Stanford. In tin1 Pinto of Kentucky. U Preachers who practise it will J LOUISVILLE HOTEL profi-tabl- e 1 1 half-sit- e -- ESTR 1 .sVK 1 FIRE IN8UWE 11 Mct'l-VU- V, rrn DAIRY."!E Insurance Company OF 11 Small Farm For Rent. m. Caledonian Insurance FOR Scotland. 1 Saw Mill For Sale. He-Sa- - A- -, 1 R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. C. RUPLEY, tn f . mi akin0 POWDER &AKIM1 THE CYCLONE. uenU Cl-.- 'lt . POSTED. imt-o- ik The Merchant Tailor, Kecelviii; I'nll And Hei-Chicii- go, t. Vinter Goods. well-to-d- o Nice Home For Sale. 1 FIRST 1 ROYAL -- Mason Hotel first-clas- a. Iincastcr, Kentucky. J. T. 5TJTTCW, Unrlortnkor, del'MlUraareiu-eurKliiatiMil- y f.) tt PRICE, faszki g2 -- I. n ct Stanford, Ky. ls-rt- rwKl-wafo- I ar-ja- Tuesday, pr-sie- d fniw-IUiJI- i J)R P, CARTER, (. '2 1 two-ye- Fruits, Flowers, ShadB! 1 Deulist, Stanford, Ky. 11 two-lur- e linr-ntn- Ito-i-- Vrt-c- "Big Four Route' , I a, two-third- Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. Jt J.CJttcGfyVY ii jJLJk DR. R. m. PHGLPS, n, DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Stanford, . Kentucky. ST, X.OTJIS BOSTOIT. Land And 'ers onalty. Kentucky, i Wedne?day's shooting. Heturnliig one day In eneli month. Saturday, October 22, '98. seaThe National League base-baAt the late residence of decedent In tho mihiirlis of Eyes Zsminod and Qlas:c3 Sslentlfically son closed Saturday. Boston wins the Hiitoiillle Ky , mil at i.nhlk niietloii to the Add Dealer in bidder Adjusted. i62) pennant bv a cotnfortnblo margin. hhjIiMt li'K't. Jsmsnnd nljfs, 9 hntt 3 inlkcow, 0 fat sheep and 10 heali HA21N35S, SADDLEEY, &C. Louisville Hnlshed ninth with a per houKholdof and kitehei) luinli., farniiiiK' Itniileiurnti, furniture, nlxiut l.'ii) liairels 01 points better than ufeorn In the Held and st.uk of hay. centage of ! STANFORD, KY, And ai Adm'r of the entire mtulc of Wm. I.iicjs, last year. The Colonels won tho clos1 with tho will annexed, I will i u the snne day ing game from Cleveland in an in- sameto and at thehiddrr place oiler at mlil mic1 will sell at publlr auction tho nt my f a rin tion the highest by a scoro of f to !. teresting finish one nine r.im of iuoreiuiui, uy., on LUCAS IF AllHl Financially tho season was a failure. Mr. J. Whltt Potter, of Bowling Of aliout W ncrn. This farm li w11 Imprortil and Thursday) Oct. 20, 1898, cultivation. In a Tho following described property; Green, was elected Grand Master of larieIiIkIi tate of frame in good The residence U a order lie mare by (umhettu Nice are Mich as are usually found on a well tho Kentucky Lodge of Odd Fellows at I Ol 1 1 1 I 1 111 1 Bail h id sJlPI d guiding uv O. F. Cluy. ness, Louisville, lniuoMil farm, personalty or Utiun of 10 anil Wlll.os, Winchester. C. P TKitMs. 1'or gelding by C. I . Cluy, I niiteiEt laiaiHitia over that amount a credit of three combined mare, vury gentle, n iitiiuber was elected Deputy Grand Master, nnd under, ctih,note with ood Mrurlty IrtsriugofItcr-c- t months on of colts from to 1 yearn old by Ceclllnnimd from day of mI and payahle In hank George W Morris, of Louisville, was s ea.h, hilance other noted horses further breeding given The laud will le sold for elected Grand Treasurer for tho UOth Inl'Jorlt months on notis with good "crlty on day of sulo. extra ulco pair iiinrenitiliw. bearing interest from dale I'oe"ilon i;ien a 1 Jersey milk cow, '.' brood sows, IU shouts, year. was mxiii as terms or '.ale are couipikM witn Paducah consecutive lot clover nay in nam, corn aim other feed, J. V UUCKKIt Adm'r, chosen as the next place of meeting. lot balod btrnw, Farming linplomuntx, InHuntonrllle, Ky. Route to wngon. n lorwlieql feed cluding a This is tho way Black Diamond wagon, Champion Hinder, S Mowers, 1 hay says his road will run through Boone rake, 1 cultivator, plows, harness Ac., one Frazler Ojrt, I Frazler Sulky' with high nnd Kentucky: Beginning at Ghent, on blko wheel both. sot buggy harness und tho Ohio river, Warsaw, Glencoe, We are In tho trade with Fulls llrnnch and Household nnd Kitchen Furniture. Will also sell my farm near Motelaud, Sadloville, Cynthiana, Carlislo, Sharps-bur- other Rood CouU. ANo Ilu.f, Corn, Datn, ShlpstulT, Prewitt's Station, Levee. Clay niiuSiuid, Hour, Sec. Wo nUo liiimlle Ilrlefc TkiimiJ. gum of SIO nnd under cash ovwo tuko I'a.-rUemember er that umouut credit till Jan. I, lSUit. withCity, Irvine, Manchester. Bnrbourville In oxclianffo. Prompt dullvory and out Interest. Negotiable uoto with good Utllco und scales nil orders. to Jolllco Narrows In Tennessee, total HtteiitLun& to depot. security required of purchaser. Xo. 44. TeleRhono uetir L. N. 247 miles. The branch to Columbus T. II. SMILEV, Moreland. Ky. I'EKUIX & l'EXUn. O., will run from Cynthiana to Dover, N. II. Will rent my house mid lot In P. S. Wo also carry Sewing Machines. ffraak J. Iteed, O. P. A., Chicago. through Claysville, Mt. Olivet and I'artH nnd Attuctimeiiu und do ull kinds of Moreland publicly ou uuy of not rented E. II. Bacon, D P. A., Louisville. Ky. Gennantown, 46 miles. 60 privately before, repairing. ll 1 -- PUBLIC SALE linffet Parlor Curs. Wagnor Sleeping Curs Private. Compartment Cars, Couchs fining Cars. Ho biire your tickets lead via U1G I'OUU B O.MiCOUMIOK, I). B MAUTIN. Pa's. Inillic .Mgr, (Sen. Puss. ATki. Agt. .OLNCINKATI, (). lie-eg.t- nt TAKE THB Souifiem Railway You Take PJllsj? Kvery body dees! two-slor- y 1 1 SOOTH'S one GlliiiisT PK.NErUATF.rf 1 4- SYSTEM. ear-ol- 1 1 Bit tut ovtry one-thir- d 1 gots them as pure m ihtisu who jmtrou-iz- e EIGHT GREAT STATES The Popular NOTICE. our stoie. Perhaps wo nre a bit cranky Kentucky, Tennessee. Vlrglula, Georgia North and South Carolina, about the purity of everything wc sell. Alabama, Mississippi. .Might mako more money if wc substlttit cd some harmless substances 1 for high Through Sleeping Cars Iletween I.ouUvtllo CHICAGO. g, priced drugs, but as human life depends on tho uni tho South. Pjo-duc- U (iiality of our preparations wo sell is only tho best. The bebt never too good for our trade THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville und Lexington W. A. TLMIIC, O. P. A., Washington. D. O. EJllW. H. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. QLoulsvlUe, Ky Penny's Drug Store. 'PJMUHjT I - i9JLbm sse