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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898102101 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. iwfcT-iTi- SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. HUST0NV1LLE. MATRIMONIAL ; INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1898. MATTERS. NO. 6G ' ) k '' J. W. Hason and Miss Mnrtha Staltz A daughter of the late Senator Thur-maTho teachers' magisterial meeting were married in Garrard. of Ohio, who married T. Kelloy A Texas farmer killed his wife in n wan not u fcuceeos. Catc, un opera singer, hus sued for Mrs. Adulla .Voods now ha charge light und then committed suicide. Mr. James W. Covington and Miss divorce, alleging of the telephone. Cupt. B. F. Powell has u letter from Lyon & Allen arc preparing a eti In AdJIu Maupln will marry nt Richmond, his son, Rev. C. B. Powell, at Ocala, Oct. 20. of horses to take to Huston to sell. Miss Hlley L;iwon, a spinster of Flu., saying that ho will be married Carroll Hold, llttlo ton of Mr. and a Albany, ran oil to Tennece with Al- Nov. ll to Miss Minnie Thompson, of Mrs. James W. Allen, la out after bert Cook, 15, and mudo him her hus- that city. Hcveru spell. M. S. Logan is erecting a cot band. Mien WAR ECHOES, A'. Ashland, Fielding Rutlur and litfo for hur own uao on her recently Gen. J. II. Wilson hus relieved Gen. purchased property. wife, Mary Butler, died In a few hours Breckinridge ut Lexington. of each other and were burled in the Logan Cooper, eolorod, hud tlio It is said that Gon. Shafter refused to lose onu of his lingers In a same gruvo. to take Gon. Miles' prolTered hand at day. Jonathan Hranham, u prominent cuttinc box the other Considerable complaint Is heard lodging man of ICnott county, wne kill- Chicago. Four thousand stoves have boon orabout corn rotting in tho shock. Soiuo ed by a large poplar log rolling olT a dered for the Use of the soldiers at of tho formers estlinato their 1hs at a wagon on him. At Ploasurovlile, Rev. Josluli Ray-so- r Camp Hamilton. thlnl. Four-llftof the men In the Fourth tt Allen a and Mrs. Amanda Jones, each nged J. W. Alien sold to Lyon ntid lambs at I!!o und about 70 years, wuro united qulotly in Kentucky are said to have signed a car load of sheep bought on Roll in ,' Fork lfi butohor marriage. 'Though swoethourts In petition to be mustorcd out. SoVQntoon sailor killed and 81 casuyouth, each had buen married twice emtio at -- i to .'13; alties ail told wus the total loss sutTer- Wo are proud to think of our friend, before. Mrs. Mury Howell, u widow of UUund , ed by tho United States nuvy, during Frank Lusk, a among the "chosen In Port Rleo Sunday. the mother of seven living children, tho war. bravus," landing Tho Second Kentucky boys, reasA more promising representative could will be married in Chicago, Nov. 1, to Harry Worthlngton, nged .'10. The sembling ut Lexington to be mustered not have been choou. Mr. V. D. W'oatherford Is In Phlla- - groom to be Is u widower with three out, found a cheerless camp and scattered to bouriMng houses. dolphin. Coo. D. Woatherford is buck children. Lieut. Jus. Rash, of tho Henderson Cooke As soon as Miss Lucus, of Hopkins-villi- ', from Loulsvlllo. Mlt Jessie company, who was on Gen. Grant's Hold, of Stanford, wore with compromised with tho L. A: N. und Juno relatives hero Sunday. MIps Mary for$.'l.fiOO for tho loss ol her lug, abound statr to Porto Rico, has been appointed . W, Lucus wore married. With that postmaster ut Guuyamu. Holmes Lusk, ono of our brightest and It Is reported that Dowey has been at most uttraotlvo girls, is In llaltlmoro. much money and n husband she ought sev- to got along well for a your or two, It again. Ho forbid the rebels to lly Harry Ilockor, of Danville, spent their ling from tho ships. They persisted eral day with homofolks here. Mint even on one log. W back from u visit to Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Tribblu have aud he tired on them and finally cap Alice Dr.vu friends near Lebanon. Mr. W. L. recolved Invitations to tho marriage of tured them. Gen. Corbln says that Col. W. J. Smith accompanied her homo. Will Miss Mabel Rerg, of Uullulo, N. V., to Bryan hus usked no favors nor has he I). Hooker and wife sjient a few days Kd R. Dlllehay, of Danville, which with the family of H. W. Drye near will occur Nov. 2. Miss Herg hus fre- boon grunted any. In nil rospocts, he Lebanon and took In tho elreue. Sam quently visited Miss Annie Tribblo ut said Col. Bryan had conducted himself like a soldier. Lugk hus retumod to Cincinnati. Wc Junction City. Tho war is over. The reason tho Win. und Frank Rrlndlc, twins, marhoar Mies KUxnboth Lojran will again United Suites won is that she is ns become a renldont of our town. Mies ried twin sisters, MUsos Ada and Altim Iou Hockrr spent several days with McKoe, at Wilmington, O. As they strong as Sampson, Milts long, Schley Mri. I!dgnr Lewis at Hradfordsvillo. were married on tho Ullh and will live as a fox, und has plenty of Morrltt. Walker l'inkorton Is now engaged at In a double house, It is fearful to con- Whut moro Dewey want? A society to be known ns the Society 1). S. Carpntor's store. Mr. A. llotiu-di- template tho result of the wedding. of the Army of Santiago do Cuba Is t very sick. An epidemic of murrlugos is swoopof formation. It will ing thu btato, und us the old womun now in in n sonso resemble the G. A. R. and MUERNON, said ubout tho great number of people . who wore dying, many are marrying will number 18,000 members. The hypnotUt gavo a pleasant Porto Rico Is now wholly in posseswho never married before. October hist at the eourt-hotu- u sion of the United States and mall conis an ideal month for the honeymoon Friday. und u glance ut tho papors of the Stato tracts uro being let betweou the prinMr. and Mrs. Jniuos Arkenbrlt'lit shown cipal cities there. Spanish laws will that hundreds aro taking rtjoloo over the arrival of n young oii, bo enforced till Congress acts. which eamu last Saturday. Muj. Gen. Lee having been given Til- - death of Mli-Caroline Dr. A. G. LoviiU od oohr from his indefinite loavo of ubsence owing to at the HoikisvllIe hift vnluubla vln on tho "Town Hill" to the illness of his wifo, Maj. Gon. ' paint hU houso. Th dltlwront shades week recalls u sad story. On the eve Greene hus been unsigned to the comof Ml.s Cummlngs's wedding to Mr. are vury beautiful. W. L. Lawrence, of Sandusky, O., he mand of the Seventh army corps, j The stamp tax atfords a largo reve- eloped with her sister. .Uroodi8gr over In a speech at Chicago Gon. Miles nue. Wa heurd our county olerk tny took occasion to make another thrust tho affair made unfortunate girl that he rcordwl u mortgage that hiHtno. During tho life In ut Alger und the war depaulmont for her the niyluni, suffering and privation required feiU worth of stamp. caused by miswould frequently array In public tuhool recently she We visited the management of tho wur with Spain. her wedding gown and uwait the und found tho teachers, Mr. Josh Uore-In- g The ordor continuing troops in carap coming of the bridegroom. und Mis Kiln Jopliu, most faithfulat Lexington has been received and Tho announcement of the engagement ly discharging the duties of their of Miss Klifciboth VanDykoChuatham, Gen. Breckinridge has Issued orders ohobon profusion. daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. Wni. Cheat- that equipment and proper supplier for Two of our town boys met with severe ham, of Louisville, has been mado al- tho winter months shall bo drawn. deciduals this week. Jack Lawrence, Gov. Bradley on Saturday will enterthough tho marrlngo is not to occur tllf while jumping on a freight train to go tain at the executive mansion in Franknext April. Miss Cheatham Inherits to his work at Sinks, was thrown to the tho boauty and vlvaclousnuss of her fort, ull the generals now In Lexington ground and considerably bruised. Joan handsomo mother, who wus Miss Nollle and thoir stall's Gens. Breckinridge, Urown fell from a car and was hurt. Wilson, Sanger. Wiloy, Watlos and Gurrard, und Is a very lovable and Andrews. Tho soldiers, who hava btlon ut homo girl, for sho is yet in the midCol. Gnither says he-ion a furlough, huvo returned to their dle toons. so disgusted The happy man Is Mr. Jus. wun tne nguro that polities has cut various camps. Soma arc highly pleased Haker, of Chicago, son ofu rich retired with tho 2d rogiment that when ho Is with army life and some are nn.xlous to tobacconist und himself n, promlnont mustered bj mustered out. Messrs. White, brokor. out ho will burn his unlfoims Millar, Lawrence, Lifers. Gentry, Ping Atrtho marriage of Mr. Josso W. as If they had been worn by an lumate und Pennington have lxtun ut home. Sweeney to Miss Lulu Hateon at the of a pest house. A saloon keeper ut Old. Point, Va., services lust Sunday night wore Christian church. Lancaster, Tuesday The uttunded by the largest crowd that over lh' groom entered on the arm of his shot live soldiers, killing ono und morllllcd the church, Indeed many could grandfather, Jesse G. Sweeney, his tally wounding another. After the not II ml even standing room. The sub- only near male rolutive.iud tho bride shooting soldiers set tire to the saloon. ject of the sormon was ono of mo.-- t was led to tho altar by her father, R. At midnight the town was in u turmoil, thrilling Interest und wus bundled by H. Hatson, where Rev. Georgo Gowen the civil authorities being powerless to Hro. 1. M. Hoswell in a manner that oillolated. MUe Olivia Sweeney and preserve ordor. The Lexington Leader gets ufter Groat good sviis Homer Hatson, only sister dolled criticism. und brothur Col. Galther for failure to seo that accomplished for tho community by of bride und groom, were tho uttond-untthis meeting as no minister before has Messrs. Duvu Walker. Lnwl evory thing was In reidlnoss for his evor showed us our faults no plainly Walker, Joo Robinson und Wllllum men to return to camp. As a result of nor taught us so clearly how to correct Collier wore ushers, nnd Miss Mnv the failure to do so, scores of men hung them. Sevontoon jwrsona camo for- Hughos rendered u beautiful bridal about tho town saloons all day and Into the night, and slept in chairs and ward during tho services. Hro. Hoawoll selection on tho organ. protracted meeting at A Hourboi county man came Wedspots. is holding Insurgents at Logaspl, on tho island Petersburg. nesday und took uway one of our fairest of Luzon, refused to allow tho AmerMiss Carrie Lair und Mrs. John and loveliest girls-M- iss Uosslo Harris ican steamer Hcrmanos to loud or unMugoo wore guests of Mrs. J. W. Woods, second daughter of Mr. and Nesbltt. Dr. John M. Williams Is ut Mrs. B. P. Woods. Mr. Sunford M. load on tho ground that sho had Span-lard- s ou board. They also refused to homo on u furlough. John l'isa uus A'lon Is tho fortunate young man and moved to tho Welsh property. Dr. und ho Is u worthy son of u weulthy banker allow un olllcer of tho Uulted States Mrs. Ponnlugtan aro visiting in Louis- of MUleroburg. They wero neeompun-Io- d cruiser Raleigh to land unless Gen. Agulnaldo said so. ville. Mrs. Eliza McCoy and family by Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Annie Bnglo-maWith troop drawn up on the square visiting Mr. Mo Miller. A party tiro Mrs. C. II. Yeager and Mlsies from Livingston camo down to attend Hettlo Harris, Penrl Hurnsldo, Anuio beforo tho palace, and all heads bared, church hero Sunday, consisting of Mrs. Bvans Bright and Sue Fisher Woods. the U. S. Hug was thrown to tho breezo Sam Ward, Missus Hcntley aud Miss Mike Chrlsman und Lt. Jowun Sautley atSau Juan nt noon Tuesday, while Luna Ilcrron, Messrs. V. J. and Ah. wore to hnvo joined them nt Danville bunds played tho "Star Spangled BanSparks, John und Harry Mageo und und Lexington respectively. Tho mar- ner." By tho acquisition of Porto George Cook und Attorney Cash. Mrs. riage occurred ut tho Grand Uotol, Rico aboutSOO.OOOIuhabltants lost their Spanish citizenship. According to u W. J. Sparks visited Mr. und Mrs. J. Cincinnati, ut 7 i. M., Rev. A. V. J. Williams. of Newport, performing the dispatch from .Madrid, ull the high will remain und become American ceremony. Miss Suo Woods wus Tho season for quail, partridges and citizens. muld of honor nnd Mr. S. C. pheasants opens November loth, und man. After spending u fewAllen best duys in No ono can tell whore tho diamond closes January 1st.. Any person killing Cincinnati, Mr. und Mrs. Allen will go goes to in combustion. Burn lt, nnd it or having In their possession quail, to Millorsburg, whore they will make lenves no ash; the flame is exterior partridges or pheasants, before tho Is llntilo to u their home. Her friends hero dlsllko llko that of u cork, und when it has opening of the season, to give Miss Besslo up, but aro satislied blazed Itself out thero remains ablino of not less than S3 and not moro that sho hus chosen wisely nnd that In solutely no trace of It. than $23. 0 m m her new relation sho will be us happy The Q. & C. will sell tickets at low Mrs. Kdward Harris, of Richmond, and as light hearted as of yoro. The rntnc tr WnchlrwTfnn 0t. Ifi rn nn- Mo., has: given birth to seven pairs of iNTKUiou Jouu.val with her UUJUrjcount of tho National Spirltuulist cou- admlrcrs wish for her und hers every vontlon twins. Tltoy aro all living. n, Farmon) are busy sowing wheat. joy thut life wish. bring or heurt could I ! CHURCH CHATTER, Rev. I I det-ortlo- ing ut Columbia with two additions. The second Sunday In November will be Bible Day for Baptist Sunday-schoolIs to bo 10 SI 50,000. J. Q. Montgomery held a meet- Knowledge Is Power s. ' , ! The Chicago Methodist book house stories high, and Is to cost The knowledge of knowing where to get good The Chrhtlun Women's Board of Missions will open nn orpl'anagc at Droghur, India. Revs. Davis and Sheppard held a revival ut the Dry Ridge Buptl-- t church with 21 nddltlous. Rev. R. B. Mahony has tendered, his resignation ns pastor of Mt. Tabor church, near Paint Lick, to take ellect Nov. 1. question of only u short time when tho Northern nnd Southern Baptists will be reunited. A preacher at Glagow is scaring many into u confession of religion by prophesying that the world is to come to and end in IS'J'J. Good Hope's new church house near Lancaster will be dedicated Oct. 30. Rev. J. B. Crouch will preach the dedicatory sermon. Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Underwear, Gives you the power to Save Motley. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. All Suits sold by us will be kept in good condition for the entire Season. So buy one. M mis-fortu- Southern Baptists think that it is u hs Don't Miss This Special Sale, Commencinir Saturday, Oct. 22nd. One Week Only. Since Junuary 1, 103, nearly $lo,-000,0- et pro-.-os- untur-tulnmu- ul udvau-tugoofel- t. Cnm-nln(- ?s n.-yl- -- hut-sel- f s hus boon donated by benevolent American men and women to educational und charitable institutions. The Kpiscopaliun convention adopted Men's Brogans, were $1.50, now 1. High Tops, were a resolution that the Bible, published $1.75, now ?1.J35. Fine High Tops, were $2.50, now $2. In 1312 and adopted by the convention In 132o, is the standard und that Its Fine Walking Shoes, were 3.00, now 2.50. exclusive use Isobllgutory. Walking Shoes, were .'J.50, now 2.75. Fine Hiawatha Calf Tho Baptists huve in the United States educational property and endow- were J. 00, now 3.25. Extra Fine Cordovans, were 4.50, ments valued at Other goods in the same proportion. Stacy The mem- now 4.00. bership now exceeds 4,000,000. Leathers, all styles, $5. Rev. A. B. Simpson, organizer of the Adams' Christian Alliance, raised SI 13,000 in a single day in the East, breaking his own und everybody else's record. 136. The meeting nt Morguntleld ha KY. closed with 15 additions to tho church. Pastor Riley has been aided by Evangelist Sid J. Williams und his sweet Cypress Shingles. Iron Fence. singer, J. A. Brown. The Methodist Women's Homo Miss ston Society of Kentucky Conference ( I will meet ut Shelbvvllle, Oct. i i All delegates are to send their names to Miss Kate Petry, Shelby vllle. - r - LS Metal Roofing. aiill Work. The Religious Herald answered a question in regard to "Quo Vudls"wlth great good sense and dlscrotlon: "It is &r4 V V3u ". 'V.. ' ' ' j: JkJ1L1 w7,.. not ut ull to our taste. Tho rhetoric of "."..nivi-- au vamvav r vtrvnrk'i' W"'V'TTT. whbhv kvaar . iv.v T".'1.",'Vr.. T waKHr ' ' It Is extravagant, the tone Is morbid, the whole atmosphere of it is feverish . and unwholesome." el Bob Blanks, of Mayfleld, convicted of ' criminal assault and seutenccd to hang, preached to the Inmates of tho Louisville jail Sunday. Beforo ho had con- -' After receiving ami getting In position our big stock for Fall nnd Winter ready for the big trade we are sure U enjoy, wo lire glad to know that eluded Thurston Fox, the murderer of 1C1 Rudolph Pupendleck. burst into tears .ic, unci jiruyod for forgiveness. The Holston Conference, nt Morri-- i . Cnrt And every kind but the poor kind. Wc Invito you to call on us nnd If wo ov.., TiittM vunM lnlnM..Af1 Xl iuuuiocu .iiuasrs. t"..l..,-uurui'u und Smith for thoir course in securing lleuo you, tell others, If not tell us. SUOE5. Ladles, get tho proper too which Is broad: the vamp short. Wo can show them. Shoes for everythe Methodist war claim, and Dr. R. !f body. Tho Worth l tho uttractlvo feature. Men's Furnishings, Trunks. A. Price, editor of the Midlund Methodist, resigned In consequence thereof. It is refreshing to tlnd one honest man. The Baptist Argus has n long article The Leading Shoo ami Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. ou the egotism of "a comparatively small but aggressive denomination" MEN'S FINE SHOES. Extra Fine Patent The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone Xo, DANVILLE, -- 2,-2- 7. A. C.SIHE KyV STANFORD, &ste j K5T. n.-k-ed , ,o i - w ':. . ' V ft Value IsThe Trade Loadstone We Have Great Values to Show You . 1 il CALDWELL & LANIER, s. 11 n, calling itself "The Chrlstiun Church" without othor dolining word. It says tho adoption of the name hus brought about confusion und ill feeling, but doos not tell whut It i going to do about it. WILLIAM S HELTON, PRESIDENT, A new idou hus been adopted by tho temperance people in the Ea-- t to make men sign the teototolers' pledge. A klnotoscope which throws on thcecreen Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Mumc, Art and Elocution, under culsuch productions as "Ten Nights in a tured and experienced teachers Special attention given to 1'rimary and Preparatory Classes, Barroom" and "Tho Biggest Devil in Cull at the College nnd get a copy of our Now CitOilogue, or write for one to MI5S. is used. Every movement NANNIK, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfotd, Ky. America" of the actors is recorded, but noiecch is heard. Nevertheless, the peoplo Hock to the rail to sign the pledge, and at Camden, N. J., (100 signed in one night. We hoard a Methodist say that Evangelist II. A. Northcutt, who Is conducting a glorious revival at the Christian church, is as good u preacher as Dr. Carradlno and thnt is to those M who know how the Methodists regard '.. the doctor, as high a compliment as iWv. Without a cloan, wellohincd shoe no one Is well dressed. Ours aro they could pay him. The meeting is it j growing In results, tho number of additions so fur being 18, and will lust as long us tho great interest coutinues. Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. I 1 Size-mor- e, ofll-ciu- ls If any county In Kentucky containing an abundance of good hickory suitable for the manufacture of spokes desires to securo factory nt low cost not to exceed 312,000 and on very fuvorablo The Masonic Graud Lodge, of Kentucky, refused to recognize tho Negro Mason on a basis of equality with .vhito Masons, or to have Intercourse with tho Washington lodge which has recognized Negro Masons. A horso will cat In a year nine times his own weight, a cow nine times, un ox six times and a sheep six times. Cant. Henry O'Neill, of Louisville, became a father at tho ago of 1)2 years. Ills wife Is only :t0. In 10 years the descendants of two rabbits will number 70,000,000. A dog, valued at 810,000, died at New 11 11 i 1 .1 No at, Stylish And Durable. Sauio Colors and Styles in Children's Indies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Soles, Black and Tan, Kid on Vest ing Tops. 1 Men's Black Calf, Box rr.vi i'i Oordivans and Tans, Calf, Bro-ga- n :. i! In all the latest toes. Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boots. Boots from SI. 50, up. m , : W :, Ul H. J. MoROBERTS. I York. is , vF f A Klondike Hvudiu. have your The Anderson News says thnt Mr. beThe INTERIOR JOURNAL district represented in congress by a Gilbert won't be in Congress long with few chances are that wlthlMhc next THE months there will he nn exodus gentleman and scholar, if you would fore ho will take a stand along men as Clark, of Missouri, and from the Klondike only surpusjed in rebuke the administration for the such make Bailey, of Texas. He Stanford. Ky., -- Oct. 21, 1S9S cruelty and hardships to the soldiers, Congressman of whom will may bo us a 6lze and intensity by the linaslon of just- that territory which has characterized we and neglect of through incompetency will retlect the past 12 mouths. Hut the cities on Of every thing In sight at tho meu appointed for political purposes, If ly proud, nud one that W. P. WALTON. democracy of tho Eighth the Pacific coast have profited treyou would rebuke Algorism in all its credit on the mendously by this Klondike business. hideouanens, and show your dlspleasuro district. gen Muncle, Ind., Manufactories hae been run day and with republican ways aod means Rev. Jacob Heath, of Democratic Nominee For Coiigre-- , erally, go to the polls the Sth of No- father of Perry S. Heath, First Assist- night to make miners' supplies, and reHON. G. G. GILBERT, vember and cast your ballot for George ant Postmaster General, and a lifelong tail stores have been kept open till a . late hour in the ctcnlng in order to fill G. Gilbert, who Is In every wav fitted republican, has exploded a bombshell County. Of Sholbr the demands of those on their rond to to mako us a useful and distinguished Into the midst of Eighth district reThe null continues for they havo ulrtndy found out where n dolhrcash goestiirihut s county publicans by announcing In an open tho mining regions. Nnturally the One liumlird cents make n dollar and we n nv ulTer joii the worth of f2 for It. We At Glasgow Monday, Senator Win. representative. Let Lincoln men of these democrats especially sec to It that her Interview that he will not support aro unwilling to seePacific const cities still have left Gobel made an elaborate and nn put V Cromer, tho republican trade. They would like endhaw to thl.c defense of the election bill majority for him is so great that no Gcorgo It to that bcara his name. lie showed that republican will ever again dare to oiler nominee for Congress. foreer, as It hns proved uncomCharley Flnley, who, when nsKed by monly profitable to them, the bill was necessary for honest elec- for her suffrage. and for this an old Metcalfe county republican If ho reason they are disposed tion bv the wav the returns were ma- m... 1.,,- - "-l.n l?rtrtll n1nllnn Inttrld to exhibit At a great -. -" Wo want uui in d.uh' h n: n nu'Hul iilr mh and must do it replied that was a son of Frank Flnley, ... nipulated, notably in the oth and 11th great credulity in the acceptance of ugiml ess lo. - " - pnmft ,,n wV. We nhiie n Id von lkk'n hi n lie nnd lit live price, hut now of com ,11 WiM n UUU19WW fcuv v w know, but his mother said any report which he "did not districts which were I11U UUUIV comes from the gold In older favor. It always insures a division of he was," was billed to speak hero i ihr nt eofct nnd ton duct our block 1S1K5, till it was seen how many votes jiu rc id ttnti liable region. Uut the end is fast coming, parties in the count of votes, which the but the atmospheric conditions and nlthough the Klondike will be n needed to givo the State to were do, the returning board The republicans had sbame-cssl- y old law did notbeing of the same politi- not being favorable for tho sowing good gold producing region, nntl with nearly always broadcast of misinformation such as is disregarded the law requiring cal feeling. With Brer King to watch usunlly indulged in by this blatant son better menus of transportation nil of the northwest territory, both in tie officers of the election to be divid- Brers. Hltfe and Glveus they wont be nf M j fntltiH. the annointmont was Alaska nnd in the dominion, ed equally between the political parties will proany votes here, if they canceled. Glasgow News. and he showed that in Louisville not a able to steal duce gold in large nmount. it may S come early In the day nnd get your chnre of ihuuotrngvous bargains bofoie tho our board At the peace jubilee in Chicago, safely be said thnt the craire which Htockis picked over and the chance Is gone. single Bryan man was appointed an desire, and wo take it that is a fair sample of those In the other Booker T. Washington, the smartest started about a year ngo has pretty officer of the election. The new law A bigllineof Pnlico only 3c. Yard.widtjUleaclilCoUoiil'Ha tho old law was In force Negro In the country, said in a speech: does not change the penalties against counties. If nearly placed Itself out. YanTVVhlo HlciU'h ( otton 4c, 7c qunllty. l.me Curlain-)ydlong only l!)o. three democrats would count tho vote "In this presence and on this auspifrauds, all of them standing, as they :; Ladles' Cortel, 13 to 30, only 23c, w or 111 GQcT" Lilies' t)r fSMrlssc with no republican to see It cious occasion I want to present the An officer of the United States const were not repealed by the now enact- of Lincoln, " done. Give the Goebel law a chance. deep gratitude of nearly 10,000,000 of purvey Mennier Blnke tells n charac- Jl2idiesrrimiiul tekirtsVje, wort!i76c. UohkVfortbo baby, Otte. can read Senator ment. No one than those who my people to our wise, patient and teristic anecdote of Cnpt. Uobley D. LndhV Fur TrtiTinictT Tapes ttc.'jiiT'nieiriie I.iuliW Hahfiiicify TrluTuwlt'foT 03c explanation of the bill and hear It Is a great deal better 4 P. Ladies' WnlkingllnU, 8Sc, l:?c,:78r. malign It. generous Evans, of the United States battleship 5 1.20 nud brave chief executive for the the necessities he advances for It to my race has been rec- Iowa. While nboard the lllnke nt Key secure honest elections, and raise an HON. G. G. GiuiKKT spoke to a large manner In which recogniWest Lieutenant Commander lMwnn! objection, unless as the Senator says, crowd at Crab Orchard yesterday, so ognised during this conflict, D. Taussig, hjdrogrnphie Is opposed to every safeguard being' we learn by telephone. Hon. R. C. tion that has done more to blot out secInspector, he t placed around the ballot and the will Warren also spoke and added to tho tional and racial lines than any event went alongside tho lown, which was l-2- c. lying eight miles olT the port. Hailing at since the dawn of our freedom." of the people protected. Senator Goe-b- enthusiasm of tho occasion. W. V. Sulll-va- Cnpt. Lvnns, who was leaning against g United States Senator thinks, and truly, that the charac- Hustonvllle and tomorrow at Waynes-burof Mississippi, mado a political a rope lifeline, which had been substiter of the opposition to the law is one and Kingsvllle they speak again, Children and Mle' Union ftiitu of the best evidences of its necessity. when it is hoped that everybody who speech In Jackson, Tenn , and did not tuted for the rails remoed in case of C Men' Meiino L'liderwtar. while and grey, wily Ko per mil. forget to pay his respects to Gen. Joe action, Mr. Taussig asked if he had any When it was pending at Frankfort the can will be present. Tl if. Mn h line Mite .Men's l'uw N.tif. Mn. t, CMie Wheeler. He said that Wheeler was message to send to the department nt railroad lobby, the book trust lobby and seems to have very much the the only Southern democrat in Con- Washington, ns he would leave for Uc, Itulit",' tilovo Grain Slw. Lico and lliittoii, flc. Woods every other corrupt Influence was arraigned against it and every possible better of Tipton in the controversy gress who had voted for the bond issue, there next day. "Tell them for inc. j over their politics. Tip can never and said the strangest feature about it Taussig." said the captain, "that I means used to defeat it. Every fought the democracy in make anybody believe that so good a Wheeler was not appointed Major Gen- have n cargo of ammunition on bonrd that the campaign of 1S90 and helped to man as Woods was ever any thing but eral until after tho Issuance of thesa the Iowa that I am mighty anIous to j steal Kentucky's vote, was then and is a democrat, so he had as well givo bonds, and declared now he was an ap- be allowed to discharge." The reply ologist for the administration. The produced n laugh, which was heartily still arrayed against the law. A simi- up the job. Men's Mclu'.o-- h Cape Coals as low as J1.IS, Izt 3d to 4S. clearly intima- joined in bj a group of bluejackets on lar ono prevented the establishment The U. S. government is hardly such distinguished Senator sold out to tho the Iowa, who were grouped near the Itova- McIntoh Cape Conn nt f 1.26. and perpetuation of Mahonelsm and a fool as to take Cuda and then pay for ted that Whcoler had Men's Clay Worsted ami Illack Cheviot Suits at only 2 S, worth 16. captain. The message wnsMilxcquciit-- 1 Brownlowlsm In Virginia and Tennes- It. The Insistence, therefore, of Spain republican party. IJoys'JKtue l'anl Ilkprosontod iy delivered, nnd it was not long after ' Koy. Knee l'nnt Suit-7.see, it will prevent the establishment that we assume tho Cuban debt is an The peace commissioners demands with the court- that the cargo of ammunition was lie-of Hannaisra and Huntcrism In Ken- insult great enough to call for another the American tucky. Under it the Hanna corruption wsr. eous but clear statement that the ing vigorously discharged from the go somewhere else for that fund will United States would not brook further Iowa. POLITICAL POINTS. prince of ballot despollero will not sow delay and that It would neltlmr assume It is reported that Walter Wellmnn, any the when there is no chance of reaping. American explorer who hns just The prison commmlssioners have nor guarantee the Cuban debt or Kentucky will be counted democratic virtually decided to cancel the Martin part of It. The Spanish commissioners railed from Tromso, northern Norexpressed a willingness to surrender! way, on the hip Prithyof, has no Inhereafter if she goes democratic and contract.. T. I). KANKY. Manager. tho Philippines rather than to fall in tention of returning home until he has the occupation of repcators, ballot box Tho Vermont Legislature stuiTers and other scoundrels who would jgenator proct0r by a practically un- - their effort to transfer the Cuban debt reached the north pole. He took with at Pari, thwart the will of the people Is gone anlmous vote. to the United States. Wheroupon l.im n party, nnd is un- , Branch etoro Eminence,Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, HardMown, Lawrenceburg, Georgetown, Llitnbetlilown. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. Day is said . to have doubtedly determined for good and all. The Senator closed 330,000 a year to Commissioner to succeed. It costs a man about paulc among tho Span-lard- s Among the nppnratus of the party Is his forceful speech with a powerful be an ambassador to England. Tho created a mild by Informing them that they a rubber pcetimntic boat that can be ' appeal to democrats to vote for Hobson salary is $17,500. for appellate judge (or the political fuwould probably be asked to give up inflated with a pump like a bicycle tire. ' Wat nardln spoke at Monticello ture of Kentucky will be decided in Monday and a Bryan and Hardin club the Philippines anyway. nnd also n folding canvas boat, built ' I that district on the Sth of November, was formed with 140 members. A dispatch from Shelbyvllle says: from Mr. Wellman's own designs. Is felt by the There are, too whether the next governor and the special sledges of Requisition for winter supplies indi- "No spirit of uneasiness next General Assembly of the Com- cates that troops will remain at Lex- democrats of the Eighth Congressional metal, watertight: so built that they ' Tonialotis, 7c ; r nn, p monwealth will be democratic or repub- ington until December at least. district, , with Hon. G. G. Gilbert as may turn over and over in rough ice or lican, and whether Lindsay shall be standard bearer they are assured foat in water without Injury to their Davison was advertised to speak at their sjeceeded by a Senator who will vote Harrodsbursr Monday night, but no of a glorious victory over Davison. Mr. contents. Each dog I to draw one to bind faster the shackles of the single audience appeared and he went Jiway to Gilbert has appointments at every s'edge praclioalh without an. assitt-onc- e IU st California Peaihe I'tccin Magtr Yean, Sc, and lots of other gom aianuaru upon tnis nation. tne;come another day. and without being drlcn bj the place In the district, and courteously senator's speech is given In lull In j Republican boodle committees are extended an Invitation to his opponent in en Tuesday's Louisville Dispatch and it forcing women government employes to meet him in iolnt debate. Davison, They tell two good stories, fragrant should be sent for and read by every to give three per cent, of their salaries of course declined, and Is playing a t the Lowest Price of civil war inemoriei, around the Call and see in when you want goods clioop still-hugame, but it will not nvail democrat. to campaign funds. is assured of camp at Montauk Point one on Gen. him in the race. Gilbert The rada are telling the Negroes In The ollielal figures show that only carrying every county in tho district, Wheeler and one on Gen. Kent. When o,779 Negroes registered In Loulsllle. the lid appellate district that If Judge the Spaniards turned and. ran at El possible exception of Garrard. Caney Gen Wheeler, they say, wn Jones is elected he will declare the Jim The democrats have a majority over with the His majority in Shelby county will carried Crow car law unconstitutional, notwitb-- , a11 of more tba 3'0' back 35 3 cars, and shouted to A II P.OTT.MiKv.itH Senator Lindsay thinks that the roach 1,500." standing the court of appeals has unan. osc of his aides: "There go the HON. a. O. GIL.IIKKT imously decided otherwise. A great democrats will control the next ConYanks." quickly correcting himself by Mini Street, Interior Journal I'uilding, Manfonl, Ky. nominee for Congress adding, "the Spaniards, I mean." lien. deal depends on tho election in this gress nud that Van Wyck will be democratic following places: will speak at the Kent, who fought in the sixties on the district, for should Jones be elected tho elected governor of New York. nustonville, Oct. 21. Owing to the serious slcknesof Hon. political complexion of the court will union sid, paralleled this slip of the Waynesburg. Oct. 22, afternoon, and tongue nt another point of th Ameribe changed. The district went 1,500 Mordecal Williams' mother, of CatKlngsvllle, Oct. 22, night. can line. Seeing the Dons hi flight he lor .MclUnley in lsuu, but in 1&U7 gave lettsburg, he has been compelled to Lancaster, Oct. 21. nw campaign appointments, f exclaimed: "Just see the Johnnies Shackelford 1,700 majority. There cancel Paint Lick, Oct. 25. Tammany ratified Van Wyck's ought to bo no doubt of Hobson's elec- -' Beroa, Oct. 27. and he will be elected if "demo-- , Nation for governor of New York, In a Union City, Oct. 23. In dreo-- , may be revived Old crats are requisite to every trust," as monster meeting from which 20,000 Foxtown, Oct. 21). en- wero turned away, uuable to gain but 110 old medicine can ' lino of Deboe says they arc. Senator x We keep "tlie Livingston, 'Nov. .'$. trance to the hail. replace Chamberlain's Colic, Choiora Brodhead. Nov. I. TWO rival widows at Mllford, Ind , Tho New York Journal, after a poll and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by ' Mt. Vernon, Nov. 5. havo jubt engaged in a law suit, whleh of the State, says that Van Wyck will Craig A: Hoeker, Druggist-- , Stanford. Hon. R. C. Warren will b with Mr. resulted from ono saying of the other be elected governor by .":i,000 majority form was duo to ' over Roosevelt. New York city will GllberCat all his appointments in this that her Venus-likcounty and also address the voters. saw duat, bustles, rubber material and j give him ()0,000 majority, AImi "thtt t" PnlnU. OIK YarnUh, Lead, Colors ami Malm rUEsCKllTIONS care other devices Used to supply deficiences. The Merchants' woolen mills at East fullv compHindwl from "t le bot ' lrujpj obtainable. Your patronage is always apt, re Masons elected Jns. E. Wllhelm The in the femaio form divine. The jury i Dedhnm, Mass., have closed for want of clutetl and it will Im our constant aim to ll "tne host" goods at reasonable price. was made up of experts in the line, orders, throwing 1500 hands out of grand master. Holt has sued Congressdoubtless for it rendered a verdict of work. "Wo will open the mills not man Berry for a 8200 legal fee. $125 damages after gazing on the fault- the mints," was the republican shib& J. W. Richardson, of Madison, hit less figure. The amount Is small though boleth in 1S00. boy, George Clark, with a considering the otfense. There should be Things are getting hot In Louisville. a Negro a penitentiary sentence attached when Tho republican county com- pick, knocking one eye out and fracta woman is charged with padding, who mittee adopted resolutions denouncing uring his skull. He escaped. does not, so few there be who are not Col. Walter Evans as a traitor to his Newspapers In Hong Kong and guilty. and urging republicans not to Yokohama publish a statement that Li party Hung Chang and the Dowager Empress support him for Congress. Some time ago this paper suggested The amount of money in tho United of China have been secretly married. Judge R. J. Breckinridge for attorney on the first of the present month Mrs. Marie Moss Wheat, of Paducuh, general, but we got no thanks for it, States was 82,093.012,050. Of this, $SS4,070,-0(5- 0 a daughter of Major Thomas E. Moss, some of his friends asserting that we did was gold, and 31,0C0,19.,11.')19 various once attorney general of tho State, has so to keep him out of the congressional forms of paper, thu remaining boon recommended for admission to You Pills? race. We aro glad to observe, howevbeing silver dollars uncovered the bar. er, that the judge has accepted our In a collision between two yard Ever) body does' Hut not every one suggestion and shied his castor in tho by paper and subsidiary silver. Fireman Lad A Frankfort dispatch to the Cincin- engines at Somerset, ring. It would be a great thing for tho gets them as pure in tho'u who patronwas caught between tho tender Commonwealth that a lawyer of his nati Post, rep., says: The republican Hudson and sustained serious internal ize our stoio. Perhaps we arc a bit crotiky attainments shall succeed the present leaders tacitly admit that thoy will lose and cab Eighth district, represented by injuries. about the purity of everything no soil. I incompetent and we believe he will do tho The gross earnings of the Chesapeake Congressman Davison, and that they so. Might mako inoiu money if wu substttut will havo only an even chance to elect & Ohio for the fiscal year, were SI and the net earnings Wo are out this year with sonio new improvements. Some manufacturers imitat ed some harmless MilManccs for hinh THE Louisville Post has begun again Evans in the Fifth and Pugh in the while in 1897 they wero We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, force feed, Ac. lo set its "Kentucky Kernelo" in single Ninth. priced drugs, hut as human lifo depends column. For which relief much thanks. The reason for tho dute of congres- W,421,I13.0:J. The road operates o,231.17 on thu quality of our preparations we hell When It gets back to the single column sional elections the first Tuesday miles. James J. Corbett and Thomas J, only the best. for all Ita matter, It will cease to look after the first Monday in November Is When you are ollered a disc drill. Others nio imitations Wo wero unable to til to prevent an election falling on the Sharkey have been matched to fight 20 bo much like a yellow journal. Tho bes' is never too good f jr our trade our orders Inst year, and kindly ask you to placo your order with'us early for the best tne Lenox Club, of New first of the month, that being a busy rounds before on earth. IT is now Dr. Win. MeKiuley. Some day for many men. Bills fall due then, York, on the night of Nov. 22, and a Chicago College, wishing to advertise and commercially the first is always purse of 820,000 has beMi bung up for itself, has made him an LL. D. the busiest day In every month. the contest. Democrats If you would 11 Clean Sweep Great Dissolution Sale, bus.-iics- unnn-bwerab- le con-tlnu- Mope Good Goods! -- --- H .- yos-terda- y. Mc-Klnle- y. ie urn-d- LESS THAN COST! B Goe-bel- 's S 1 11 Ladies' Fleeced Lined Vests at Only 12 . el To-day- c, J Ii I CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. - I c. - The Louisville Store. ted good-size- d Cynthi-ann.Vursnillc- n, ,- - Look At Our Prices Good Things to Eat a-- COVE OYSTERS 3C CAN, nt Blue Grass Grocery. k , nora-tlo- n, Oup Motto- "The Best." I o Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, lt Ex-Jud- ge- CRAiC HOCKER. anti-Eva- J S)4:i,-(148,0- Take M Always As: For The "Superior," HIGGINS & McKINNBY. 4tfcMwUi -- Penny's Drug Store. jr. v-jj- ' i '.' r" 1 tfrfri ji MMtl 7.'i, , . . rfar.t... UtiiM " r 111 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., It to your Interest to pay Xi:v currants, cash, but can't ulTord to credit you. iny, sorghum and Mark Hardin. Shanks. I (Jan mako raisins, pickles, homcakes at Warren fz brought from 8S0 to 3S. Sentinel-Democr- at. 3 NEW SHOES. W. .8 i 'I i Fac.M for sale, containing 00 acres, In HicICS baa bit the weather centre to 21, 1808 Daviess county. Address J. C. Flor- far this month. Ho predicted tho Wesence, Stanford, Ivy. tern bllz.ard and the heavy rains, with a severe dash of early wlntor. Very E. C. Walton, 1!usinj& Manaoku. SOU) OUT. V. W. Withers hns marked storm conditions will appear to sold his undertaking outfit at Huston-vlll- o tho West about the 20th, ho fays, and to I'rultt Ilros., of Moreland, who no Tho loss of a few hogs amounts to these conditions move Eastward more than tho cost of protecting an will move it to that place. during JlOth and .'list, heavy autumnal ontlro hurtl by feeding Dr. Hans' Dog Remedy. Don't wait till losses luivo JL'ikik T. L. Siiklton has bought of Htorms will touch both sections of the or nro about to occur, but go now and tho Danville Ar Crab Orchard plko tho country. net It from Penny's Drug Store. at Howland for $175. Ho will II. S. Goocil, of the 5th IT. S. Volun rent out his hotel and move to It. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. teers, on duty at Santiago, sends his Crab Orchard, Ivy. Fltui: DlNNltu. To every one buy- sistor, Mrc William Skidmorc, an inNEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Mlt. W. II. IlKuilNS was In Louis-vlll- o ing W worth or more, wo will give a teresting letter from there under recent this week. date along with pome leaves from curl-ou- a Frank Tevis, a Kirkovillo merchant, to dinner 'at Will II. Shanks is out after a spoil ticket Clomcn Househotel. Whontloy trees. Among other things he says had his room entered by a thief and a Bros., Building, Danof malarial fever. .that ho thought the Cubans wore white, lot of things, including his false teeth ville. Mlts. Will Sr.VKltANCi: Is visiting s of them tho ug- stolen. but finds her parent In Shelby county. Wiiiti: toaebers meeting wlllbeheld liest Negroes ho ever saw, the Spanish , Mildred, the daughter Mlts. T. A. UlCB wont to Louis, vlllo at Crab Orchard tho 1st Saturday In being a decided Improvement on them of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beazlcy, now of few days. yesterday to spend a Novembor and tho colored teachers at in every way. Junction City, died a few days ago of Is nn early purchase of your winter apparel. Ml&H Ida GltANT, of Lancastor, Is Hustonvillo tho lib. Saturday in OctoMunicipal elections are to be held scarletena.Bcnge, the guest of Dr. A. S. 1'rlce. ber. Henry son of former Jailer Nov. 8th in Crab Orchard, Rowland and Benge, Mlts. D. 1. AltMKit, of Klehtnond, U of Garrard, while playing footFoot Hall. -- Tho boys of Prof Hustonvillc. In Crab Orchard there vUtlng Mrs. John IJ. Mershon. Craig's Academy and the town cloven arc three tickets. The Independent ball, wus thrown and received a brok Mils. J. T. Stoni: roturnod Wedneswill play a game of foot ball on the has J. II. Brooks for police judge and en urra and other injuries. day to her homo at Egcrtoti. Mo. Louis Coffey, of Wayne, was convict- Heavy public school grounds beginning at J. A. Shannon or marshal Cassimcres, Jeans, Flannels, Cantons and Outings are going fast, The qunl- The Citi- ed by tho U. S. IJOItN, to tho wife of Jaa. A. Powoll ;i::'.0 this afternoon. court at Louisville, of ity, and the low price we make, plcnse all. zen's has M. J. Harris, W. A. Bcazley, making yesterday morning, a daughter. counterfeit money by the ON account of the falling in of a Joseph MeCluro, Lewis Bell and Isaac tostlmony of his own daughter. Mil. A. J. EAKP wont tc MIddloburg tunnel near Chnttanooga, the passen- Hcrron for trustees and tho People's J. The hearing of Fred Cooper, of Danyostorday to Utko home photographs. ger trains on tho O. S. have been D. Pcttus, Ed Jones, J. E. Plouranta. ville, has returned to him as suddenly Turners-vil- e Miss Hkttii: Lhwis, the gdlng by ICnoxvillo, for sovoral days, Sam Hoiman and D. C. Payne for trus- as It left him two years ago. He was milliner, wont up to Livingston thus groatly delaying them. tees. At Hustonville tho Cltl'.en's an lumate of the Kentucky School for We have a lot of Home-mad- e Comforts made of best materia' and filled with fonr yesterday. 9 ticket Is the only ono in the field, with pounds of choice baiting. All wool Blankets in Red, White and Blue, Outing Blank the Deaf. MISSUS NllLLIH AND MAIIV OltNOwsley, Sr., re- F. B. Twidwell for olice judge and Fish. Hon. J. S. Rev. Peter Vinegar, the Lexington cts from 25c up. We have a few iOrV, of Livingston, nro guests of ceived from tho U. S. Fish Commission Arthur Jones for marshal. At Howland Negro preueher, begun a series of lecTuesday 7. fine ba., with which ho the People's ticket has W. C. Barnett friends here. at Lancaster Mlts. VM. Siiklton, of West Nush-- . will stock a pond. The fish woro secur- for judge, Pal Rogers for marshal, and tures at tho court-houlast night. Among tho number will be morning to visit ed from the Illinois rlvor at Qulncy. vlllo, will arrlvo this Inuae Hamilton, Win. Murphy, Thomas "A Damned Hot Day." hor husband. Smith and John Delaney for trustees. MATTlit, daughter of Miles Peyton, Private Jefferson Chcatam, Company Left we will close for less than you could buy the material. LlTTi.lt J KAN, youngost daughter of was burled Tuesday, having died of SlNUULAK CHAitCiL. Sachs, L, Second Kontucky, who returned John Mr. and Mm. J. H. I'axton, has boon "galloping consumption," after a few who recontly romoved with his family home from Chlekamauga on sick furvorv sick, but U bettor. She was tho second of to this county from Louisville, was lough six weeks ago, is dead of fever JbtKiK ash Mits. J. s. noiitssos. of weeks' Illno.-s- i. Angeles. his daughters to die within. months. arrested by Detective Deforrester and at his home, in Bryantsvillc. Lancaster, have gono to Los Mrs. A. S. Robertson, who is well A. Shannon, of Crab OrchMarshal Oil., to fpund tho wlntor. Xi:v Stoiii:. Miss Ambrosia Thorn-- a ard, and J. Thomas, of Louis-vll- le, Louisville, charged known for her good elocutionary and taken to Miss AMiutOsiA in the ha rented tho stealing Sl,flJ that Martin Kate platform work in the past, and has camu Wodnosday to Ml hsr and will with Commercial Hotel building neck, of that city, had burled for safe- beon under the renowned Lelnnd T. hl.tor, Mrs. W. 1J. MoKoberts. 0en at once stock of useful articles keeping. Sachs Is 60 and very poor Powers, in Boston, will give a reading Mlts. M. K. Loan and daughter are In tin, gla.s and queonswary with a wlfo and six children. When In tho opera house Friday, the 21st of up from from Loulsvlllo to au Mrs. colwho contlnuos quite ho was arrested his wife procured a October, assisted by several of her Httsslo Saunders, FATALLY IICKT. Craig Woods, HI. ored, fell from the roof of F. M. Ware's corn knife and throatencd to commit mo-s- advanced pupils. Danville AdMISSUS nitSSIIt AND MlNNIP. I'UL-lia- store at McKlnney Wednesday and suicide unless the officers released her vocate. During the trial of Jamos Howard of tho Shelby City MXitlon. spent broke his hip, arm and othorwiso in- husband. The six children got on their Luoilla Menu-fu- jured himself. He was alive yostorduy knees and prayed to the ollicors to turn at London for the murder of Baker, days with MUs 1 their father loose. Sachs and all the Bal Howard, his father, called down but can not recover. members of his family wept bitterly. John Matthews an attorney and told MitS. llRDILL ClIANCHLLOlt, Mis TllK 0th Immune, which Includes Mr. Doforrostcr, who has made thou- him he would have to answer for what Opholla and LUtlo Anna havo roturnThe od from a longthy vlelt to fiends In Capt. Penny's company, has arrived at sands of arrests, said he never in his he said outside the 5 Our line includes Beavers, Melton Cheviots, Coverts, all prices, $4 Port Riuo to relieve regulars. Four life witnessed a scene half so pathetic. judge promptly fined him SI0 for con. Virginia. to $1S. You should see our Box Coats and U sters at 5. You have w San Saohs denies his guilt. The evidence tempt. Opinion is expressed that UOUT. W. MaktiN order his paper companies go to towns betweon paid $10 for no better. $10 buvs a good enough coat for anybody. fa Howard will bo killed if he returns to Dlrminirbam, whora he Juan and Areelbo; four to Arocl'bo and is entirely circumstantial. ohanged to four to Wo-- t of Areelbo. Clay county. However, he may not bo has run on the South A North Ala- another admitted to ball until the January LAND AND STOCK. bama II. II. Tklkphonk MltlSTlSU. The term, when H. C. Eversolc will be the Mlts. W. J. LANDltAM, of Lancaster, telephone companion of Central Sink Arnold sold to O. P. Huffman a circuit judge. It is probable, however, 111 home of hor und Eastorn Kentucky will hold a U critically at the v3 bunch of hogs at :ic. that Howard will ask for ball. daughter, Mrs. Wood G. Dunlap. By great care, hnrd work and 10 years' experience wc have for your meeting at Ikistln Hotel, Crab OrchArlon, Bingen and Nancy Hanks cost The trial of tho noted Grant Taylor, Lexington Leader. inspection the most reliable line of shoes ever offered to the peop e of ard, on Saturday, Nov. Jnd at Jt P. M., Malcolm Forbes $17:1,000. charged with killing Wilk Bronte Mlt. W. S. TlWMUV wrltos to us for the purpose of forming nn associathis county. It is a sufficient guarantee of first class goods to know R. E. Gaines tells us tho Hessian lly seven years ago, is progressing at from Hubblu to pond his paKr to Lan-,- . tion. that they are the celebrated Zeigler, Buell, Marcy "t Godman mako is playing havoc with his wheat. Plneville. Tnylor Is charged with euatur, having rented Judge J. S. Hob- R. Cobb, Jr., sold live Polled Angus shooting Brock from ambush while he Till! Blue Grass Grocery Co. has lnon's farm near thore. Ui.Aisi:Gr.NTUY,Vho has boon made change In tho managers of a cows at Danville at an averace of $50. (Brock) was digging his brother's Miss Boono Bros, told In Cincinnati grave, who had hist been murdered. including the one visiting horunclus, tho Messrs. Gentry, number of it Wednesday a car load of butcher sattlo The ball struck him In tho neck, from on Hawkins Hranch, has roturnod to bore. Mr. J. W. Rout is superseded by For all, Men. Women and Chi'dren. All fresh goods. We offer last ."Jo. the effect of which he fell dead Into Mr. A. II. Bolt- -, of Ohio, but lato of at 'H to hor home at N'uwburn. Tenn. year's old goods at half price. Be careful in buying rubbers. Don't R. N. Ratlin bought 20 extra sugar the grave. Seven years Intervened Mlt. K. J. TASSKlt, of Tannor Bros., the Somerset store, and he took charge mule colts buy carried over goods. nt from $16 to 870. Sharps-bur- before Taylor was indicted, but an MoKlnnoy, Is attending the grand lodge yesterday. World. indictment was found at tho July term meeting of Masons In Louisville, and John W. Webb bought in the Parks- - of the circuit court, for murder, and he Davison's speech at Danville Monwill put in some of his time buying day was about as tame as oee could be, villo fcoction '200 fat hogs at .1.10 to IJJc. was held without bail. Tho grand goods. Advocate. but about as good as could havo been jury returned an indictmenc against TllK Advocato says that the reKrt oxpoolod I will be at Stanford Saturday, Oct. from the source. Ills rofer- Harrison Taylor, charging him with will remove to that Mr. S. V. Kowhinil old steers. being implicated in the murder of enco to tho Goebel bill, which he de- 22, with 00 1, 2 and Is untrue. lit expects to Illchinoml nounced as "the most damnable of G. V. Jonos. Brock remain In lUchmond until ike estato of tilings, " wu- - not applauded even by the J. T. Ilaekloy eold to John Robinson, l ' ills late ow-law, S. II. White, Wesley Naylor, of Garrard, and Miss of Mercer, throe suckling mulo colts colored rails present. battled up, when Ho will return to DanMl Mary CatherinoStarnos.of this county, II $50 and ono for $ 10. at ville and purchase u homo which will CilAKLKS OLIVRK. a Wfcl End NeB. F. Slavlnfrold toJudge Armstrong wero married at W. II. Starnes yesterand his daugh-tar- . gro, was arretted and brought to jail beoeoupledby hluilf day. at Danville Monday, a bunch of Monday night by Deputy Shorlll'W. John W. Headley, formerly sucretary feeders at 0i. Lok'uu Wood. He is charged with of Stntn of Kentucky, was arrested in At tho Morris Park sale of horses, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. broach of tho peace, which consisted of Meddler was sold Louisville for trying to take u suit of to using abusive language toward Charles W. C. clothes from his tailor by force. RAIN, colder Friday. Whitney for $10,000. Durham, nlro colorol, aud his trial is Farris A Whitley bought of Alex I WILL jxiy cash for walnut timber In set for Saturday. ! ander, of Cumberland county, 105 00-the tree. A. C. Sine. cattle at :i.(K). Advocato. PL'T GlCBR, who had ju.st finished t At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. The imports of Amoriean Hour in IUvIiu villi my form niiil Vine in I1 htlll Two Jersey cows, one with young painting the roof of the white Baptist l iHiMk-lchurch, took the contract to do a liko Japan have grown from 1.002 pounds in atwill Harrow furui un Till Kl.VV. NOV. S, lMts, calf, for sale. J. M. Bryant. tlit" 1.. mlM from Manftinl, Hie Monday lb)2 to .'12,000,000 pounds In IMM. fowls ItdikI marr, folkmlnxi'ropiMty. things at the job for the colored Baptlstn and caw 17 lioalc, mare uU cult, I ,lt'r-and see the CALL Lyon A Allen sold at Danville Mon- UK eliocL fixltler, more or smiUnwturtl at the did the work. That night a rain came, new fi and 10c store In th Commercial hnrder than any that fell In Noah's day a lot of short yearlings at $21 and Diip. all tlit' ftnliier ami all my lariiiliK Iii,ile road t mnt. harnt".., wjicmi, xrar, curt, Hotul Building. olds at $.'.'!. McC'ortnatk Winter, Hood and neurly every vestige of paint a bunch of two-yej'low w.ijoii - ' Thouia ItMtte. corn cruier Ac. The Lexington Trots, owing to bad Iwrlii Moer.MMMtiCSHi ami iniilur, oah. orcr All TkkM IF you want n good hunting oout, was washed olT, forcing him to do tho d.iyi n Itlnmt Intervt. Negotiatlmt a credit of hunting material or a good pair of work over again and lose the cost of tho weather, were a financial failure. On ble nute payable In IwnU. "hIo will Win at a. m. WILLIAM riCUKISS. material. the last day, but seven people bought &l legglns call on W. B. MoRoboVts. tlckots. WillLK returning homo from Stan! RKWAltD. 27 sheep strayed or were TCKKKYS. J. K. Christian A Co., Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal Tuesday the horso Edgar Reystolen from the Abraham farm. Liberal will bo hero on aud after Nov. 1, ready ford nolds, of McKlnney, was driving began reward for the finder. J. C. Lynn, to bogln tho slaughter of turkeys. I will oll jHiUlirly at my farm I mile from Hubto kick. Ho jumped out In his ofiTort to Stanford. ble, Kjr., un him, when his wlfo followed with POSTKI). F. M. Ware has added his stop Guess Mo won tho Covington autumNov. their llttlo child. In some wuy tho nal stakes nt Latonin, worth $1,500, name to tho growing list of those who horse's feet came In contact with ono of Tuesday. Air Blast was second and 1 he following property bit household ami kltch- advertUo their farms as posted in this furniture, urmliiz implements, IikIihIIiu new the llttlo thing's legs, shattering it. Tno Semper Edem third. '. .. wag' DeerliiK lllmler, Mower, nay iuke Ilemember we take All Kinds of Products in Kxchange for Coal. t escaped unhurt, but tho buggy on one new, several palrsol work mule, " others T Jas. W. Smith sold last woek to fancy unit tiK'k cattle, pair barrels com milk cuv, calves Tin: Democratic Committee met was wrecked. Simon Well for NaUon Morris 110 huckeil, ami other tilingloo tcu iiumeroitt attothock, men , Wednesday and made arrangements by 4Jc, to bo de- tion. cattle at ECHANKS. Mrs. J. Wesley Kub.mk TniiM.Suni 310 anl under, ea!i In hand, over which It Is hoped tho county will give died at hor homo near Hubble Wednes- livered next month. Richmond Cli- tlmt, credit till .lan 1,'sw, without interest, negoGilbert 2."0 majority. tiable note payablo In b.ink. day night of stomach trouble, aged 7rt. max. t,. a. svini;hi:ui. t t r J R. Rogers, tho trot f roe turnpikes, you She had beon sick for two months, but IK you voted for m should bo honest enough to voto to pay not until a few days before hor death ting horso breeder of Bourbon county, l Tho bond Issue will relievo was she considered dangerously 111. Mrs. has filed a potltlon in bankruptcy. His for them. f5 are glveu at $S,4l0, assets CD tho prcsont generation of some of the Eubanks was :i splendid woman and for liabilities beon a consistent 31.S00. w.vja ovoriiO years had load of paying for them.Between 3.500 and 4,000 cattle wero o member of tho Baptist church. Besides S e on tho Mt. A LOCAL option election will be hold a husband, who Is nearing tho Sterling market. Quality a o Co c dispatch re Somerset, Doc. 10, and In mark, tho following children of stock otlered was much bettor than a s feedsaya that tho experience of two years survive: Mrs. A. C. Carman, G. A. last court. Good many a majority Eubunks, John M. Eubanks, Mrs. ers for sale and they told as high as with blind tigers will make a , C5 O of tho citizen voto for license. t Mattle Buckler, of Ohio, Dr. Cicero 4Jc; majority of sales made at from n Eubanks, of Paducah, aud Misses Polly, to 4e. Yearlings wero very high, BASTIN. Isaac Bastlu, aged US, eon Eubanks, tho latter an sonio real good ones selling at from Ve do not want to hold our largo ktock of ol Samuel B. Bastln, of tho Southern Sallloand Alice to 5o by tho head. Weanling over Tuesday of invalid. After services by Rev. J. B. I lurries, phaetons and end of tho county, died o $15 to $25. A through tho winter and will sa6 you (iviii ft to 23 s was burled tho fol- Crouch at tho Buptlst church at 10:30 mules brought from typhoid fever and mules brought from dollaw by calling on tu for anything fti our line Sardla church on Fishing this morning the remains will bo laid tew extra heavy lowing day at W.J. Uouam CakmaueCo, Uncastcr, Ky. hands high $100 to $110. Mules 15 to rest in UulTalo Cemetery. Crcok. - Oct. toll-hous- e The peach orchard of Jns. Snyder, In Trimble county, this State, has 10,000 troes in It and the recent crop is estimated at 70,000 bushols. - t Tho fastest mile cvor trottod by a Is 2:00f. Both to date We arc now showing a greit line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Hoys, maniifscRalph Wilkes, by Red Wilkes, und lured by Bucll A iron and the For wood Mfg. Oo. Blngen, by May King, accomplished this feat. A big crowd attended T. II. Smllcy'a sale near Moreland yestcrdny and good prices ruled. Horses sold at S10 to And get prices before making your Fall purchase. "51 -: hogs 3ic; cows S.'IS. The farm was taken down at .'14. d Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. three-fourth- two-year-- An Important Matter. n X 1 OUR UNDERWEAR Comforts and Blankets m j Ti m se BOY 0 DITl Low Cash Prices for All. fetore-roo- JOHN P. JONES. 11 t 1 u. m nTEDPnTTTC 1111 nnim I juxv v vix x 41 v Ji 1 1 rs court-hous- e. 11 lndc-(unde- nt I Boots And Shoes. i 1 RUBBER SHOES. g 1 SEVERANCE & SONS. 'SKMmmmmmmmmmmimwmm ln LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, 1)50-poun- d 1 Wheat Drills, II PUBLIC SALE 111 y Disc Harrows, 1 1 Mick-II11- 4 -- le-- B. K. WEAREN & SON. 1 1 two-hor- e ar T 1X1 ! PUBLIC SALE f Thursday, xotli, '98, l.Vifeeil-luiceM-In-- BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. .V ..... 1 1 ., 1,150-pou- nd J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. well-kno- wn tjtojtiibbM k 4 c; four-t-cor- 11 first-clas- 1 -- 0 c bug-gle- n, 1 road-wago- ,tt rfWil1tfuAi-'- ' dtbn 1 f ' MLV ' ,.,.,1. .! ,t" '" i m. iv A feat In telephony, marking tho torlura. Tho Wludy City is full of vis ESTRAY HOUSE. itors, nil tho hotels and boarding hous- furthest advance yet In that science, years Came to my house Oct Mli. a bar msre Co., located Hunk .V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A big snow storm raged In South es bciug crowded. was accomplished by talking over tho old, about lA hands hUh.sliod all around and looks ntTho Farmers tlio StateTrust Kentucky, Is of Stanford. In WM MOSEIt. like she has lud lUltila Dakota Wednesday. The steamer Roanoke arrived at wiro from Boston to Kansas City. The Ullberts Creek. closing up Its niTnlrs. All creditors of "onltl Hunk therefore) tiro hereby notlllert to preIt Is now announced that the Touac- - Seattle from St. Michael with about dlstnnco is about 1,500 miles, and It is ojid. S"rldav n"blleii.4TTaoBAQ.5ra sent their claims ngulnst said Hank for pay co Trust failed to materialize. 500 passongers and gold dust estimated tho longest distance ever covered by n PHOTOCRAPHEirSlOUTFIT. tut' nt. A bee stung an Ohio man and ho at $2,000,000. J. H. OWSLEY, Cashier. single telephonic circuit, and It was 2 IMCUYKALlfcl ADVANCE died from blood poisoning, which rerOKJAI.E CHEAP. Charles G Hennlng. Individual book- supposed to bo impossible a few years Tho Unrolii County National Hank, of sulted. When not o paid 332. SO will be charged. Stanford, Ky.. lias suceteded tho Farmers keeper at tho Bank of Louisville, has ago. Outfit Includes tent, n nice plcturorar aud every Hank .V Trust Co.. of Stanford, Ivy., n ml Tho German National Bank, at disappeared and has left a shortage of thliu necessary In the I'lcture business. lias assumed nil Its liabilities, linnets and W. C. Wol.l'OUD, Pittsburg, has gone under. Us capital betwecen SO.OOO and 810,000 with tho entire, business, llu.lonvltle, hy. Stanford Rssikc. Propsrly For Sale. was $2o0,000. 8. II. SHANKS. President. bank. Disappointment In lovo caused J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. Two roofers fought on a Boston house him to becomo reckless. FOR RlNT-i89- 9. TUB GIRD top, and in their struggle fell to the On Saturday, Dec. 3, 1898. ground, both being killed. LOUIS1ZILLE CRAB ORCHARD. . on tho premises. At 2 1' will sell at puMIc KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. SO acres of lsiiJ, ro., house, 6 rooms, larzebarn. Thomas Franklin, of Memphls.broke It) auction to tho highest bidder my deslrahlu Rood apple orrlurd, with plenty 'of small frutt, Louisville, Ky., A cold wave Is upon us and the nut and the grounds thereto utlarlied. on Dan all eating records by eating 50 hard or 12 seres to viw In wlxwt. Call on John M ville Mrcet In Manford, Ky , opi.ullo tho Public No. 5 Arrrlvcs at Stanford at 1:(H a. m. Stanford, or write to me gatherers nre rejoicing. boiled eggs in an hour. 2:10 A. M. Ssciiool grounds No. 4 leaves Stanford at t T..Mrllttli:UTS. AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN Tho subject of Rev. R. Tlbbs Maxey's 'Ihewsldence with yiitd and garden and nut No. 2t Arrives at Howland at 12:00 daV. Ky. William O. Murrell, nged TA, n MexM. 3:40 r. buildings will first iw ottered separately, and then No. 22 Leaves Stanford at ican soldier and prominent in all clr sermon next Sunday will bo "Human the remaining land, about Tour aires, ljliitf In tho new street. Sympathy" a subject that is much neg roar ami on the line of the prop ed as a whole, FARM FOR SALE, cles, is dead at Columbia. The Lndlcs Hthtauratit is the IlncM in Theetitlre property will then 1 offered , well watered ami III fine state of cultivaKNOXVILLE DIVISION. l.V) and Out bid accepted which yields the most mon the city. Kvory convuiiience fdr Indies ld Fred Lynch, of Ash lected. ey, I . tion. Two dwelling houses, guod liarns. orelnnl of the plice will lj Farmers are rather late with wheat en the miiicdl.it. rvelonhis compliance with kIs Ac. Corn ami hay croi tan t l.iiuht rotiin spending the day in the city. purchaser upon the land, confessed In court to breaking 12 37 p in (iontloiuiru Cafe on otllcu lloor. terms of sale, which nre Ho. 21 Train going North regiven to suit purchaser La on or auures, .i sowing owing to tho rains. Hogs are mainder In t ntid 12 mouths, ixpial cah, the 2 l a u into a shop ami stealing tools. " " til No. 26 " Installments 12 U a m plentiful. Tho lfarlni: t! percent sntercst from day of Mlc, and McCIwVltV.Manlord, Ky. " outh No. 23 " Ohio boy stole a Shet- scarce, but sonrhum A 11 year-old THOMAS A. MULLICAN, 124pm ' cildonivd by nmes with eriial security. A lien No. 23 " will mn a fV A I D V H"binlni: Nov ll. land pony and was striking for Ken- apple crop In this section is n complete aNo retained for defcrred payment. Mnnngcr. For alll Points. I 'dairy wa;ii In ManroM ana its 1 This place is one oftheiaot desirable homes In UPi failure. suliuibs. and will lie clad to niriil.li Oiiim with Music - Ttic.iil.tv, Thursday and Sunday tucky with it when captured. the City of Stanford. RO'JGII TICKETS SOLD. milk who have to buy. Onlrrs lelt with J. II tdfr, MAUVE. VAItNON. An Ico cream supper at thcresldencc Kvonln", ItAUOAOE CHECKED THKOUOH. The First National Bank at Ncligh, Meier will rtvelve prompt attention of Dr. J. S. Stnpp for the Christian For any Information enquire ol J. CkMLMMll Neb., has closed and its condition church was well patronized, tho pro- PUBLICSALE&RENTING JOE S. K1CE, Agent, makes its resumption impossible. Stanford, Ky. Small for 1S! For Kent. Frank Hnlsey, of Christian county, ceeds being about $13. I acres, three a farm of rent Preaching at tho Christian church As executors uf the will of John (. Hill, dmvia. milewish to Danville on the Hauvllle and lant d fell from his horso while drunk aud from FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Sunday morning by Row Maxey, eil, we will on pike. Improvements filrle pl, Ircludliii; house sustained Injuries from which ho will of 7 rooms Address it. I' U.wn, Manlord, Ky whose services have been secured for die. at C:30 A. M. and 3 r. ! Train leave frankfort Tuesday, November I, I898 onnectlng at (ieorgetnwn with Q. A C. ami reach, At Meridian, Miss., John Wilson and two Sundays In each month. On the premises In tnz Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. Leave. Paris Sale. Nice Home T. M. McHolmcs has completed his est bidder all the near Marwoml, sell ot live IiIrIi which lie Frank Miller fought for tho hand of luminal prorty at9:UA. M ami o.w r. Ji., counccuns of employed Miss Sue diedpood e.vd cocsilllir f.Ml with (. A C and reaching Franktbtt at 11:53 MI&s Julia Stivers and both were badly school-rooand I sell irlvntel tuv home on Uunrlllo 2 broo.1 mires In to JcW. a. u. and 7:20 p m. pike. Pi mllet from Stanford. Contain old horso. Overstrcct, of Danville, to teach his .1 comI JOSLTH It. NEWTON. A. G. P. A. Injured. good milk cows aud eilc, i acres. U well Improved and one of tin dry cow, yearlliiK heifer, Dr. Charles L. Koch, of Qulncy, 111., children. Tho district school being nicest place ubotit town, (.roenljerry OF HUOOKLYN. U fat hos and sow and pigs. i HrlRht, Stntifonl. 1C. QUEEN & CRESCENT. a cousin of the celebrated German taught by Miss Mary Carter is proAbout ""i bjrrels of corn. IM shirks jf fodder, shurke.1 and measured scientist, has discovered a cure for gressing nicely and giving general com will llisv, straw stack, lot ofat the heap Int stacks of Trains pass. function City a follows: irnliiiiu satisfaction. sli.nk, twoliorv wnKun, kh1 lmifiy and liar Caledonian : blood poisoning. No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North......4 11 p m ne., all the f.iriulni; Implemeuts, trlber 3 41am Graham and wife, of the household and kitchen furulnirc. lot of with all " Dr. Joscnh " 4 1149 am No. S " While paring her corns, Mrs. Helen iKxillrv " 6 " . 134pm No. 5 " ....lllSam Margaret ixiustiiiiK ui iiirKeys coiiKeus eic Co., 01 Scotland. With l'lauer, 8 0. pin Illii Saw, Hand Saw, No. 9 " "10 " . 6 W am Qulnn, of Toledo, fell dead at the slgbt Savannah, Ga., arc with Mrs. We will at the same tliueand plaee. If not njnt Corn Joe Is a general favorite and cd Wfore, rent the farm for the teat 1MV. The 3U Mill, l'eeil Mill, c , .New I32e HiiKlne, No. dow not stop. No. 2 stops only for pssen-gcr- a o! blood when sho let the razor slip Gormley. KOUNDI2D 1N06. 9 and 1U run no from South of SonierM-tfarm contains alsiut 1UO and many friends welcome him to his land to In wheat alwutare, inmlly In eras., the "'rhorio nK)er Holler nit I In pood rtinnliiiir and cut her foot. than Junction City and 5 and only to Somwith irood atintniil t licrtwor ku ISiures will bee,,.lcd erset. OihmI. Inro building. Rood wnter, ofvde, the renter of farm U'lns eutltll TlmU-rLon Grilllth, of Georgetown, died of old homo. Mr. Carpenter Stuart and to i frultH mid .of tiiewluutat the thresher. vlinanl. (imd htorv In roniiev- typhoid fover Monday. His was tbo wife arc at his father's. Miss Lilllas I'ersons wishing to rent the farm can call on the Hon. A irotMl lKtrLMiln for two families. Tor prvmlHoron third death from that disease in the Buchanan has returned from the sani- given on day ofeither of the underslgne.1. IVis'hwsIou full particular-- , call on the on tier. 6 KTASFOltD, KY site, JOS. V1I,U.MA.NN. tarium at Battle Creek. Mich., and Is J (I. I.YN.V. family within a week. JutiilK), IV O., Lincoln Co.. KvV. T.TICKKU. Mrs. Tom McQuin, of Murphrees- - In u critical condition at her mother's. Kxectitors. boro, Tenn., committed suicide via tho Mrs. J. C. Rlnchart Is quite sick. Little C. NOTICE. ADMIMSTItATOHS SAI.K Ol" laudanum route after poisoning her Montcz Fish, who has been so sick, Is Is horuby glvou to nil holding Linmuch hotter. Mrs. Charlie Garner is child. coln County HoncN of surle Sept. 3, to presont itatiie to tins undersigned Commit-te- e The very sick at Mrs W. F. Abraham's. Land And Fannie Jones, of Indianapolis, for pin menu TliU October I", !.. carbolic acid when she found John Carson, of Alabama, camo for , JAS. IV HAILLV. tlKO II CfKJIT.lt. her husband was not true to her and his wife and children, who were visit- As Adm'r with I the will ann.ici, of KllaaUeth will t ilcicd.!, IIAHVKVIIL'LM. Stanford, Kv., ing Mrs. D. G. Slaughter, and took died In great agony. Committee Made from pure Monday. Saturday, October 22, '08. Mrs. SI Sheavcr, who sued the L. & them back In Ilcccivlnx IiIh And cream of tartar. At the late residence of decedent In the suburbs ( N. for $2,500 at Winchester, because Mrs. Henry E. Wool-fol- k llu'toiiville Ky . vll at public auttbui to the Danvilm:. her horse scared and ran away, at an GoodH. bidder will entertain from !5 to 5 Friday hkbest hows. .' s,,wi and nlfs. shoals. X billk rows. 6 fit Uncle rtnlcor, engine toot, got a verdict of ?250. ,,. 16 hpah of shivpand lamb, farming Implctuenia, ll food , Finding that he could not control his afternoon In honor of Mrs. Harry Kentucky Goods Warranted. household and kitt hen HirnltHre, iiUwl IW)KrrrJ) ilUStOnVUlO, Mr. D. M. Pcnti, eon of M. W. of corn In the Held and I slaik of ha). temper, which frequently got him In Penn, and Miss Suslo Klrkley, daughtFit Guaranteed. .mt as .iiiu rot tne entire eiaiel urn. uieas, Offers his service, to the jple ufWrwt Lit coin with will annexed, I the trouble, Thomas Hallon, of Palmyra, er of George Klrkley, all of Rollings, dceMil, and at the same plu.v otfor at will onauc- and Casey counlle. Full stock uf CottinisnJ Cask. Give Him a Call. same day public the etaaiwayson nana. tion to the highest Udder the III., cut his throat from ear to car. S Alum baking powders are the greatest were married at the Gllchcr Hote- lI. S. Carpenter. Manager. menaces to health of the present day. of the Win. Duke, Jr., son of the late Col. Helnrlch Steidel, an LUCAS FARM FIRST NATIONAL BANK Central Asylum, Lakeland, claims ho Wm. Duke, of this city, died on the Of about V) acres. This farm Is well improved aud ROYAt, POWDER CO., HEW YOfiK. was compelled to buy cigars and wine 9th Inst., nt Independence, Mo. He lu a hlRh slate of cultivationim.i.1 The residence Is a DR. R. UFSTAMUllti. KY. i.r.tcr '1 k larre iwo.itnrv frame In for its guards to insuro good treatment. leaves a widow, who was Miss Henri- hstltdlHgs are sue It as ate usually (bund on u mit. Of No. 511 Fourth Ave., well IMpraieil larm. j Up to October 15 there had been In etta Stonestrcet, and two children Sto:k SIC0.000. 'l kuns. lur psrsottalt) of all sums of 1. and I oiiliivlllf. Sarphi, $15,750 Kentucky, pull. Vr thai iuuhidI r.lll afaf ikn. .tulxr. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. the States of Louisiana and Mississippi The marriage of Mr. James Wesley won I hi o note wlthguod vsurlly InMirlrtj iNter j Will - " the nt thepuMle Is eallnl to tbe faettbat Attention Coo-lethis only Natlvoal Hank In Mattfurd : Kentucky. l,lfil reported cases of yellow fever Rcdford and Miss Mary Elizabeth on Tucs- - iter Is the protWtun nt tke National Ilauk Cn H..VinV.rot.hU- the Episcopal Atl will occur ut Trinity and but 72 deaths. A very small per- lus.iitlisim notes with (rd security j depolturs aresecuied uotnuJy br tbe Mpit.i iiuk, Inliorls jftven as Newly furnished; clean beds: splendid conta.ee iOV. 1 1 0OQ but by the stutktHsltters' luldutf for aa swbUBt C"J Mr... 1, XOJO, 2nd, tho Rev. F. E. bearing t intMest fno.1 date church November ' " stwu as run of sale arrruiupllH with ewsltn thetk that ilrisitucsof lht iHstitri. Porters table. Everything fl h, 10.ycai.old SOn wore Coolcy. a brother of the bride, olllcia- J V. HixKU; Adm'r, A ," Iteturnliir one tiny in aru tnoutli ttonarestiirt4 ty a lubd or(Ji,iau live .wurti t 89 meet all trains. . HusloHvllle, Ky stateweals uf the isiu.llthMi t the IteaV are Ma.l caught in the blizzard in Colorado and tlng. Mls Mary P. Snolby, of Arcaeatti year U the 1'nltl Sl.irs l.usisiieritait Us Sycs Zsaraised aai Q!a:::s Scienuacally assvts are etainlHrd at Mated Mutes by remim the latter froze to death In his father's dia, will perform tho dutlos of tho 62) sfils, thus rskrftfiaddltlKMl andttMt salclut AdjttJtoi.J A. S. PRICE, Ot? Bond arms, the father being also probably maid of honor, and Mr. Sam J. Bailey, Election iu.ieis.sii4rs. This liM4liuttn priainally established as the of Shakortown, will act as best man. .Surgeon fatally frozen. llaulc Stanford loll.NstkMsal( IlaHk uf In IMS, then I rc.rgnlird n To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. the SUnkunl hi Mil ondajalu Dentist, lw ff?wSS?Kv?J Col. O. M. Wallace, who tried to Advocate. reraMtd m the 1'lr.t Nslknal Hank ot MaafurJ real Wo aro in the trade with Full llranrlianii In ImT, has had pnetlcwlly an nalHlerrupte.1 exist. Special Term Lincoln county HUBBLE, Stanford, Ky. Vfe sjcsoyV borrow $$,000 onMoran,estate belonping heller NT1 oX to Thomas W. other Rood C.wlt. AImi Iluy. (Vint. Out, wrfcr.in It is Imsvsw tifplk--l uuw t. was given six trsHsartluc fiscal court hold Tuesday, Aug. jlilp-tul- l, llwir. Ac W hImi IihihIIo Hrk-- Ueilltie forev.r Mote In In ianffirvwtlly and thau and liousrabl Dm? store In thei;owier hours to leave the State. It didn't Offlworer ltlth, 1S0S, Hon. Jas. P. Hnlley, George Laweon Is arranging to go to andSHtid. Remember ne Uke Farm l'n-- I Mreer. AceoMMts of ln.llrldMls. Bduclancnrur . . . Uulldlne. Prompt delivery and acd Individuals sslMled. Judge, proem, lth tho following duct In UTiMiuiiKo. take him qdite one. We hope Oklahoma about Jan. 1st. attention to oil order?.. OIUco and M'ule Justicos of tho Ponce, MNCCTOai. Miss Gertrude Lucas, of Hopkins- - that he and his good family may yet . tiear L. & j. dopot Telegbono No. U. w. a Uolley, y. v. wnllln, J. F, IU4.I, Uneoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stafford FKlUtIN .V PUNCH. vine, uas compromlseu witn tho u. cc conclude to stay with us. Mr. Bell, of XT "D S T. Harris. " t. 11. IlaubwAn. II. Hftinus nmi J. A. Singleton. '" Nelnjr JlnrlilmsH. J S. Hoeker, " P. S. 11V alt? TfA.Hill, d in too, Ohio, is hero buying about k"0 a inoiion ui ....1. Micuimcu unci enr-- ; ,.urN ftntl Attoohmenu mid do all xtiHis or U'. WMtan " ' W. TribMe, J. II OHW.Crab OrthM M. J. Miller, Ml.Vernon. ned, all of the justices having voted yen,'' repairing. must have been a mighty pretty one W cattle. Bro. Gowen will fill his .1... .... aIiu..!..., I... .....I .1... ... .. M . D.KImore, ataiifvol. ' aiue is to be worth even that much. pulpit at tho Christian church here mai nil eiuuuun uv anil mo next orricaat. In the Owinggville circuit court John Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 'I here hereby called to bo held ut thewhich rogu- JS. Hoeker, I'resblent; .!. J M.HoUrl. Caihtt lar election in Lincoln county, dous P ' ' '- A A MrKlnUfy.....liurl.rr. Booth was sentenced to 12 years for are some well developed sweet potato not occur in CD days from this date, to horse stealing, and John Perkins, for blooms on exhibition hero now. A 400 wit: On the Slh day of November. Ib0fj w our IhikIh m! to Deulist, Stanford, Ky. stabbing Town Marshal Denton, one pound hog was taken from Jim Under- tersascerlaitt whether or not the legal vo- - war" haveP"-"- 'ported'rom tr.pHliifc onhereby M Uieui of Lincoln county aro in fvor of OIUco over Illlns A: McKlnnoy's Store. year. More evidences of Kentucky wood's pen a few nights ago. Mrs. emnowcriiiff nml nutliori.lnc tlm Fiscal "r"y l"nHso whatever, under penalty of Solicits n share of the patronage of the com- justice. such i'He. licit line to and from court of Hltf county to tone nn.l cell not j SO Wesley Eubauks Is thought to be munity. T. D. NKWLAND. Ed Pulliam, a violent patient at tho 111 at this writing. W. HAVOIIMAN, A. M. PKNCK. dollars worth of bonds from iltno to timo p, K. PATTF.ItsON. M. S. HAFOII.MAN. Western Lunatic Asylum, Bopklne- wlthiu Iho constitutional limitation for V 11 SHANK?. MH; V. ORIMKp. II. MILLER. In a struggle with an attendant, CONSUL J. ille, All pomu in Michigan, .1 F.. IlltrcK. the purpo-- o of ptircliahing and maintain-- , J P.. LYNN. thrown on a bath tub and several F M. WAItF. Following lb an extract from a letter ins; the turnpike roads of Lincoln couiitviJ H. McKlNNF.Y. ribs were broken, death resulting frcm to Gov. McCreary from the Governor frueof toll to the traehiig public, aitl ImmuIs to hear inlurc-- t not vM'veiliiii! six the injuries. , of tho Falkland Islunds In regard to iur cent per annum, payab'oM.ini.auiiu-all- y WhitoCity Special. The British ship Blcngfell, Capt. Consul J. U. Miller: Now that Mr. with coupons attached, to be in deIltut Terminal Station, Johnson, from New York for London, Millar Is loavlng us I should like to say nominations of not k's Uian one hunwas destroyed by a sudden fire off Mar- how much I feel indebted for his pret dred, 3100, dollar;', nor more than one LOTTXS ?A!;NZ& BROS., McKIKUZY. gate. Eng. Nine of her crew, includ- ence among us. Mr. Miller's straight- thousand. J1.000, dollars, to run not more .HI years, ttnu to be retleetuod within Avoiding the Tunnel. ing the captain and a pilot, perished. forward simplicity and groat tact will than time, nt the pleasure of tho court, that The captain's wife and child aleo carry him through great dlllicultios.and aud to bu hold at not less than par valtio. perished. The ShorMr of Lincoln county is directI shall hope to hoar of his further Wagner Sleeping Cars ed to advertise said election and tho obLllluoknlanl wants possea-slo- progress. Wo part with him with e ject thereof, for at least i',0 days beforeof the royal Hawaiian Hag, which regret. Belle vo me, my dear sir, hand in the Ixtkwok Joi'its.w", a Kept eventing I lie r Is row in tho keeping of Miss Anna yours very truly, W. Gr.KY Wilson, published in Stanford, Ky , and Berry, of Newport, Ky. The Hag was IluiTut Pnrlor Cnrs. Wngncr Sleeping Governor. also by printed liand-b- i Is liosleil up nt , Co., Cars Privuto. Compartment Car, presented to Miss Berry by President not less than four public places in each And Dealer in Conchas and Dining Car. voting precinct of Lincoln county, and at HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Dole, and she will not comply with tho a d is or two He the court hoiibc door in .Stanford, Ky. Of Cincinnati, of with in for sure your tickets read via MG l'OUK Queen's demands. Sample to eeiect from. HARNESS, SADDLB21Y, S5O. ex Wo havo two children who are sub- All legal voters 01 Lincoln county Miull Has a big lino Iho curliest winter storm in the ject to attucks of croup. Wheucver an he priviledged to vote at said election. Ill's prices nre rie,ht and liio one experi- E O. McCOKMIOK. P. 11 MAKTIN, ' STANFORD, KY. I'ats. Trnllic MKr, Gen. Pass. ATfct. Agt. Southwest in 25 years and the worst attack Is coming on my wife gives Tho Minio ollicers Hint hold tho regular ence in this line giMruieen IOINOINNATI, O. hhall hold this election, which early storm on record, raged Monday them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy election shall in nil rcKcts he held in accordance in Missouri and Arkansas. Tho winds and always prevents the attack. Ii with the general election laws of tills it Come at oner II time h limited blow hurricanes and it snowed all over is a household necessity in this county State, and at all tho tegular voting places in Lincoln county. both States. Trees were stripped aud and no matter what else we run out of, The question "arc you in favor of issu broken, telephone and telegraph lines it would not do to bo without ChamberTIM ing bonds for the pn'Miae nod tnointo-tianc- o demolished, and other damage done. IIIH'C Flowery, of the turnpike roaiN of tlii.s conn lain's Cough Remedy. More of It Is 1 u postollices at Coon, sold hero than of all other cough medi- ty free of toll to the traveling ptihlic" The fourth-clas- s BLUE 03ASS NURSERIES. FALL '93. Emma, Envy, Gap, Mary, Pricey, Qucd shall be printed on tho ballot us provided cines combined. J. M. Nickle, of TRNEntATHS and Sarcpta, ull in Mngotlln county, Nlckle Bros., merchants, IsMeklovllIe, by tection 115!) of the Kentucky Slatuich. of tho tdectiou ore will Le discontinued after the .'list of Pa. For sale by Craig & Hooker, Tho olllcers result thereof as directed to Everv thing for Orchard, Lawn nml certify the required inGREAT STATES 1'rult and Ornamental Trees, Shuib-- . EIGHT this month, because the postmasters Druggists, Stanford. Ky. law. Koso-i- , Vines, bmall 1'rults. Hbnbarb. AsparIn chaegc of these otllcca have been A copy attest. ICuntucky, Tennohsee, Virginia, Georcla agus and all Mock grown In nurserlo-.- , PriGko. U. Cooper, Clerk. :orth and South Carolina, Route to detected in a falsification of their "My father-i-n law is really a simpleces rcnsonablo as wu'Cinploy no agents. Alubatna, Mississippi. Lincoln Countv Court. 'Jataloguo on appllcntloo to receipts in direct violation not only of ton ! The other duy I wrote him that II. V. HlLLKNMrA'nu, the law, but of one of the most strin- ray pecuniary embarrassments were Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Lexington. Ky. Through Sleeping (0J) Telephone 270. gent rules of the department, turning my hair gray, and what do you Lincoln county Fitcul coiirt, which is this The peace jubilee at Chicago was a supposo his answer was? Ho sent mo made part ofpolls notice, an election will llotween Louisville art' the South. beheld and opened nt nil the regu- DR. R. big thing, although intcrferred with u bottle of hair dye!" lar voting places in Lincoln county nt seriously by the weather. 8,000 perIn Minnesota tho prohibitionists uro the next regular election, which will he THREE DAILY TRAINS sons were in attendance. Many dis- running a man named Lager; in New held Novembr 8, 18US, which election, in HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & Each way between Loulsvlllo and Lexington tinguished men made addresses and York they havo nominated ono nam- all respects, will ha held in accordance SURGEON, Frank J. Reed, Gen Pass. Agt , tho general election laws of Ken' W, A. TUUIC, O. P. A., President MoKinley spoke of tho caus- ed Glass, while- In Pennsylvania one with & II- - Uacon, Dis Vans. Agt. tucky, Washington. I), O. Stanford, - - Kentucky. W. II. McDoel, es and results of tho war with Spain. with the "suggestive name of Swallow & Gen. Mgr Samuel M. Owens. Sheriff, W. H. TAYLOE. A. O. P. A. Charles II. Rockwell Traffic .fg-- . A jubilee ball was given at tho Audl- - Ik their candidate for governor. Linco'n County OlUce over lllgglns & JlclClnney's Store. Louisville. Ky BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. 4 u NOTICE. 4 Is? elLOGI. IgMM M 1 HOTEL rcl-tlenr- e, Ilro-lhea- Scvon-year-o- Acrt-s- ,ffiK 1 one-thir- d 11 -- T 11 Farm -- FIRE INSURANCE vjcvikv-tow- n For PJEODNXX m 111 1 two-ye- Insuranoe Company Insurance 1 1 1 1 1 1 Saw Mill For Sale. lte-S:i- r, 1 . Inn-th- G rc ! . two-tbiid- s R.B.MAKONY.Agt, H. RoVal against alum BAKINO GI-.- H - RUPLEY, or-o- ns ld Baking Powder Safeguards the Itwo-yeur-o- Personalty. !. Merchant Tailor, Fall 1.U.-H- I j. t. Sutton 'inicr Glov-anno- I ex-Inm- ate GOLDSTEIN, '- Mason Hotel first-clas- s. ! ; , Iincastcr, y, '"! Cij-lta- l IW-vs- Joh ; f,agsXLv Issue.: I -- St NOTICE. l. y . Mcito'-ert- I Tid P ADTPD i.... , pro-ou- t, J 1,000-poun- ,.... . 1 . i wffi$iM0 T)rCrTCnTm I I ' "Big Four dun-gerous- ly TnJTi Route' j j.c.jtfcctiAim Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. THE CYCLONE. 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