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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898102501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - r "p "vnnw SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1898. MATTERS, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. i XXVII. DANVILLE. NO. 6T THE TAX-PAYE- RS OF LIN- r David Jenkins has six wives burled Granville Cecil sold to Now York Lud Hudson, Injured in n collision at' j Lincoln county has contracted for tho parties, three trotters. Price report- sldo by side at his home near Urbaua, Somerset, died. O. ed $1,000. Nora Is a now postr olllco In Pulaski purchase of turnpikes amounting to Divorces granted In Chicago during and W. P. Hoguo has been appointed about S."0,000. Tho amountof property Mr. J limed Heddow, one of the oldest in the county assessed for taxation for citizens of Danville, died Wednesday tho present year will foot up nearly postmaster. Mrs. John Cundlir, nu estimable ihe year 13!)3 Is 8.,(JI,:2o; this varies n!;hl. Also Infant son of Win. Fox. II.OOO. Two jealous husbands klllod their woman of Pulaski, died hist week. Mrs. every year. Under the existing condl-Juli- a Uoth burled In Hellovue cemetery. Murphy died In Somorset tho tlons ihe fiscal court has been compel!- Tho ladies of the Kplscopul church wives and thcmsolvos in Jorocy City Mile of caudles and other Sunday. i ed to levy a tax of 25 centd on tho same day. continue the 100 Miss Laura Williams, of Chicago, has delightful things to eat, which are disRichmond capitalists huvo a schemo for turnpike purposes exclusively, pro played In the windows of tho express sailed for Loudon to become Gen. on foot to purchase and consolidate ducing a revonuo of 1J,(100 0I, which Morrltt's brldo. o III co. about 2a lelophonc linos in Central and bus been appropriated as follows: Kwiiiiij turnpike In rfplr Id month Dr. Freldonburg, of New York, has Eastern Kentucky. On account of tho Inclement weather .3J,7w mi from intending sued his wife for divorce hacausu she many were provunted While editor M. F. Hctherlngton, liilerwt.ii$IW,W.ltt tiini.Le Ixjluli at fiT fiit 20M oq of the Marion Falcon, was enjoying tho I'lircliaHXifsinnfunl .t Ktioli l.Uk tho elocutionary ontortaluniont given persists In eating onions. turn- Thomas Jonos, ugod 17, und Miss circus ut Lebanon, somebody broke Inby Mrs. Archlo Itoburt'on ntthoopo l,,kc 8.171 I.M4XO -- lanfonl .t HtMkmvltlt; to his house and stole $0. turnpikes ra house Friday evening. It was glv-u- n Flora Wlckham, 15, oloptd from IHOIltlll k, ( to Cincinnati ami wore marJamos II. Moburley, who stubbed lor tho bonofll of the Christian DunrllleA lw smiilln Htrtloiirlllo turnpike 7 , ried. Wm. Morgan to death In Mercer church and highly enjoyable. ((H qq .tfhw Nanuiu, daughter of Rov. F. county, was adjudged insane. If his Half Hrha!rlj llaunc Turk A Mrs. M. D. Moore, of Auburn, Alu , llrivn lllver turmlk m, m widely known us the "Betsy Hamil- W. Noland, of Nlchohiavlllo, and Mr. mind li restored he will bo tried for the Third Hinli,..riw Danville A Jjmcav ton" of tho Sunny South, will appear I'd go no Mosoly, will marry next murdor 'r !" 4V) ifl Tho purehasors of the R , N., I. nnd Slierltl'a wmiiulHloii eollrctliij at tho opora house Tuesday evening. month. M w with niuoehlldron, R. railroad have already planned exThoo readings and recitations are J. W. from her own jiopulur writings, tabu went from Horso Cave to Louisville, tensive impravcineiils, among them a To,aI il2.fi.Vi 00 There is in addition to thu levy for comes under tho ausplcus of tho King's seeking a wife, and married Miss Kate branch road to tho Jackson county turnpike purposes a levy of 2o cents on cold Holds. Daughters of tho 1st Prosbytorlan Garland, '21. Hd wind Gilbort, Jr., a law student A dispatch from London, says: James tho $100 for general county purposes, church. Mrs. Mooru is tho guest of of Terru Hauto, Ind., committed sui- Howard has not as yet been granted making the total county lovy 50 cents Mrs. K. W. Green Mrs. Linn, of Thotnnsvllle, Ga., Is cide because of unrequited love for a bail. There seems to bo doubt as to on the $100, exclusive of tho levy for whether he really wants ball, on ac- State purposes. visiting Mrs. J. S. Chrlsmun. Mrs. Miss Jamoson, of Paris. Tho chancery court In Now Jersey count of tho dofense's Insanity dodgo. Tho county is unable to purchase the Logan returned to Cincinnati David James A. McGoc, cashier of tho First three remaining principal turnpikes with hor sister, Mrs. Win. lloblnson. has granted Slg. Peruglnl a divorce Mrs. Nolllo McGwmIwIii entortalued from Lillian Russell, thu actress, National Hank of Somerset, died Fri- nnd is compelled to lease them at prices He was one of the that approximate tho toll revenues of day of consumption. TbiirsJny afternoon from to 0 In hon- making hor third divorce. Tho young wife of Hon. Rodolphus best known financiers in that part of tho roads, which aro very large. So or of Miss Shelby's visitors, Missus Gibson nnd Voorlo. Mrs. Grllllth.of Sanderson, SO, ground glass in hlscolToe tho State, and a clever, honorable man. ong as the pikes remain unpaid for, Every baby born in Mercer county the dllleront companies will maintain Indojiondunco, Mo., Is tho guest of Mis and it killed him. Shu married him Lee. Mrs. Tuck, of Mississip- fo- - his money nnd ho was too long during tho past month has been a boy, their organisations, tho vexatious Jcnnlo and tho list of births for the time questions of guards, leases, replacing pi, Is with Mrs. Geo. Hattorton. Mits dying. Miss Ruck waiter, of broaks thu record. Rurgiu Messenger. of gates, payment of both toll and taxes Hltiabeth Ash by Llslo entertained tho "junior Tho Rlchmont', NIcholusvillo, Irvine In certain portions of tho county, will social club" Friday evening. Mrs. Wooster, O., is to marry this week the O., Is visiting man she mod for breach of promise tc Deattyvlllo railroad, whose name was arise for un Indefinite time, with no Kennedy, of Day ton, Mr. Clifton Anduivon. Miss Nlnn ill years ago and got 7.0. All things longer than its line, will hereafter be hope of reducing the 25 cents lovy for come to her who waits. known as tho Louisville & Richmond. turnpike purpoxos. Tho fiscal court McGoodwIn. of Louisville, whoo Miss Nannie Jordan, barely l'l, and J. Hume Embry, a prominent citizen has ordered an election at the general Mr. Waller, of Chicago, Is announced, Is a near rulutlvo of Kuf-u- s William Laurlson, aged '22, of Powell of Madison county, died of Hright's election, Nov. S, to submit tho question and Hubert McGoodwIn of Danville. county, were married In Madison. The disease. He was a member of tho of Issuing bonds to pay for all the pikes Miss Virginia Uowman and Mohduiues brido is the youngest woman ever large distilling linn of Hurtium, Ren- at once and take up and cancel the net & Co.. and was K)isessed of con- turnpike bonds already issued, and Klnnalrd nnd lowland Imvo returned grnnlod license In that county. A Covington girl udvortleod for a siderable moans. thereby settle tho whole matter once from Louisville. MUs Kcolt, of The pipe for tho pipe line Is being and forever advantageously to the tax Is tho guosl of Mrs. Mary Ir- husband ami got him. The ndvortise-mon- t and wedding outfit cost $11, and shipped to Mill Springs and huuled to payers. Tho interest on the bonds at 3 vine. Mrs. Hogselt and Alice JohnguoMp of within a year ho died and loft her tho oil Holds In Wayne county, from per cent, would amount to uljput 82,o00 ston aro In Cincinnati the thulr brolhor, Dr. A. W. Johnston. i.'i.OOO life insurance. Ilcortalnly pays which point tho laying of tho pipe will the first year. A lovy of 5 cents on the begin. The line Is expected to reach $100 of taxable property would raise Row J. S. Kondrlck, MU Salllo ami to advertise. about $3,000 per year us a sinking fund John Melohert, a Chicago photogra- Somerset by February 1. Meediimas Gibson and Waldon attendTho finding of James Moborloy, who to pay oil tho turnpike bonded debt; ed tho christian endeavor convention pher, employed at tho Omaha expoi-tlo- u p rounds, shot and killed Llll'an L. killed Wm. Morgan, Insane, at Harrods this would necessarily reduce the an-- J In Chattanooga. Mrs. 1'rlco Hudson, thegu-ttoMrs. Yates Morris, his allianccd wife, and commit-t- d burg, souuis to have boon a llxod up nual intorest$150 per year, while the of Louisville. Is suicide. Jealousy of tho woman thing by his connections, wiioproferred probable cost of maintaining the pikes Hudson. Mrs. A. H. Nelson entertain-oto have been in the asylum to being may not exceed $1,500 per year. The Saturday afternoon In honor of Mr. was the oiium. Lieut. W. R. Hlno, Ninth Illinois hung or sent to the ponitontinry for people have said they wanted free IMcfnor of Washington. Dr. J. Laps-leplkos, tho court has contracted for MeKeo is conducting u mooting at volunteers, nnd Mis 'Maud Woller, of life. Junius bucltou, of Livingston, wns thoin at most reasonable prices In good Bullitt county, forbidden to marry after Kurcka Springe. Ark. the wedding feat had been sproad, acquitted In tho U. S. court at Louis faith and honesty demands that the drove to Jetfersouvillft ami had the vtllo of too ennrge of obstructing nn companies be paid for their properly, WARJCHOES." oltioor In the discharge of hl duty, an it is tho interest of every class of peoknot tied thore. Gen. Wilson wants to move the Lex R. McDonald, of Reno, Mloh., olTunsu for which the utmost penalty is ple to vote for the bonds and thereby Donald Ington troops further South and It Is aged IH, was married to Mrs. Maggie 10 yours imprisonment nnd $10,000 line. carry Into full olTect the plan of free likely that city will lo-- o the camps. Ann O'Rourke, b. The bridegroom Deputy Guorgo Thompson, of Rock turnpikes apd tho wishes of tho people, Tim stenmor Illo Jauorlo arrived at was married three times in Canada, and castle, preferred the charge. it must bo romembered that it takes Snn Francisco from Manila with 110 was the father of 14 children. The The Lexington, Harrodsburg & of tho entire voters voting Perryvlllo turnpike company has sold to carry the proposition; every voter Is sick soldiers. Seven soldiers died at bride has been married twice. sea. Mrs. Mary Horn, wife of Thos.Horn, i:t miles of its pike in Jessamine county thereby urged to vote for tho bonds, Hear Admiral Dewey has succeeded living in Floyd, has a most remarkable to that county for 81,000. One mile of thereby lessening the present burden In seizing all of Agulnnldo's htonmors. matrimonial record Shu is only '22, this pike cost tho company $.'10,000. by distributing the debt through a Tho natives aro Indignant and ".holr yet she is a wife for tho fifth lime. She Theie is a bridge on the above named number of "years; In such a manner that attitude Is threatening but thoro has began marrying when la, and two of pike that cost iOoroO thousand dollars, the county may annually pay oil a cerbeen no demonstration. her husbands died and two were divorc- which the county did not buy, but will tain portion of the debt until paid in Gen. Hlanco In order to got every ed. rent it of tho ownors. full within a reasonable time, together cent out of Cuba Is plundering right Harry Keldar refused to marry Miss Jamos C. Roddow, Sr., one of the with a fair prospect and reasonable nntl loft under any pretext that ho can Geneveve Ransom, at Midvale, Nob., oldest residents of Danville, died Wed- assurance of a possible prosent reducInvent and tho American commission- becuu-- o ho smelted tho odor of ciga- nesday afternoon, after having been an tion of tho county ta. At tho bottom ers seem powerless to help It. rettes on hor breath, while walking to invalid for a loug time. The deceased of each ollicial ballot furnished tho Requisitions for .OOO.OOO. drawn by the altar. She was addicted to tho was a nutlvo of Pulaski county, and tho voters at the election held Nov. Mh tho paymaster general.' were upprovod habit, but had promised him to eschew remains woro Uiken to Somorsot for will be found the following proposition: bv the secretary cf war, this boing the it. Tho would-b- e brldo fainted and burial. A colored patriot applied to Aro you In favor of issuing YES heaviest draft made on tho tronsury at friends tried to persuade the nearly Deputy Clerk Sam Nichols lor marri- bonds for the purchase and one time since tho war bogau. made groom to change his determina- age license, but as he lacked oO cunts of maintenance of the turnpike roads of this county, free of toll O When Capt. Jamos G. Hlalnu arrived tion, but he waaobdurate and the guests having enough to pay the fee and had to tno traveling public.-- ' frosh from his esca- departed without seeing a marrluge. of his lady love, he forgotten tho name In Washington, Tho stencil placed us above Indicated went away sorrowful. Advocate. pades at Honolulu, ho was roundly votes for tho bonds. All of which is The valueT)ftm7"gold produced in Tho October term of tho Pulaski cirlectured by Secretary Alror. Ho by boing dUoharg-o.- l tho United States during tho calendar cuit court, which began at Somorset rospectfully submitted. Jas. l Baili:y, Judge Lincoln Co. year, lbi7, was !?;7,:iifl,000. Tho South yostoiday, promise? to bo very interfrom tho army. I'holps, African Republic hold lirst place, pro- esting. Thore H22 civil cases on the J as. II. H.tNi'-- Magistrate. n son of John Pholps, " W. A. COKKUY, of Missouri, was dishonorably discharg-o- d ducing gold to tho value of $.7,n:n.tUl; docket uud 201 Indictments, making a W. D. Wali.iN, from tho military sorvlco at Lexing Australia, ?Vi,0M,l, and Russia, total ol rtUt easos. Thore aro soveral " J. A. Si.vourro.v, ton for Insubordination. A dishonor 82l,:Mo,7t:. Tho United States pro- very important civil cases, but only duced during tho year 5.'l,N10,000 line threo or four murder cases. Tho case able discharge carries with It a forfeit HOW TO IMIEVENT CIIOUP. ounces of silver, and Mexico, ftl.Mo.lSO In which the most Interest Is exhibited uro of eitUonshlp. Wo have two children who are subSeveral Nogro soldiers started a riot tine ounces, a decrease for tho Unltod is tho prosecution against John P. charged with tho murder of A. J. ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an Chattanooga Sunday by trying to States of 1,1)7 1, M)0 ounces, and an InIn attack is coming on my wifo gives Catron, lato jailer of the county. release a comrado who had boon arrest-m- l crease for Mexico of S,2oti,7oU Mrs. Clarence Pedlgo, wife of a solMrs. Surah A. Laudram, widow of them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bv u nollcomun. In the shooting Urnndlos, a dier in Porto Rico, died in Louisville Gen. Win. J. Landram, died Thurs- and It always prevents tho attack. 1 1 which followed. William white man, was killed and a policeman Her clandestine marriage was announc- day, at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. is a household necessity in this county ed just before her husband left for Woodford G. Dunlap, In her 73d year. and no matter what else wo run out of. and several soldiers wounded. Juan, Porto Hlco, has been made Porto Rico, although it occurred nyear Roforo hor marriage sho was Miss It would not do to be without ChamberSan tho first foreign naval station of tho ago. Tho birth of u child caused her Walker and was connected with the lain's Cough IJemcdy. More of It is United States, and will probably bo tho death and necessitated an explanation. Letchcrs and Owslcya und other dis- sold hero than of all other cough medicines combined. J. AI. Nlckle, of most Important. It Is not unlikely that There is serious trouble between tinguished families of Kentucky. She N'lcklo Bros., merchants, Nieklovllle, may bo docponod, and also whites and blacks in Scotucounty.Miss. children, Mrs. W. C. leaves live tho harbor wife of Capt. W. C. McFar-lan- Pa. For sale by Craig iV Hockcr, those at other points on tho Island. A mob of Negroes II red Into u sherilPs of the United States army; Mrs. Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Hear Admiral Schley is not to remain posse, killing one man aud wounding In Porto Hlco, but is coming home. two others. Tho whites armed and went R. A. Rurnside, of Lancaster; Mrs. C. Tho State board of health says that Tho situation between Knglund and to tho scene, and a battle was waged Iv. McGugin, of Howard, O.: Louis Osteopathy is simply a perfected system i.Vnn.n over the Fashoda matter Is uonrly all day. Ten Negroes were Landram, edltorof tho Central Record, of quackery aud empiricism and denies , Lancaster; and Mrs. Woodford G. critical. Tho British Admiralty has killed. that it requires any learning or ability warship to every of Lexington. Sho also leaves ono to become versed In Its pretended ordered a public reception In Chicago, At have Its crow mado up to tho full com- several women tried to kiss tho presi- sister, Miss Kate Walker. Tho funerA number of osteopaths have al occurred ut tho Lancaster cemetery plement. A Russian paper, comment- dent, but fulled. To prevent him from on Saturday. October 22. Sho wns an been summoned before the board. ing on Sir Michael Hicks-ReacA Now York actress, who sued her such silly crentures It is suggested that excellent Christian and a fond and manager because he mado hor wear speech, says Franco has, In Russia, "au ho appear In public only when wearing loving mother. ally resolved to support hor In tho a baso ball mask. tights, when her limbs weren't built , Fashoda quostlon." that way, got a verdict for 0 cts. A San Prauclsco hypnotist tried his Tho peace jubilee at Philadelphia Egypt's pyramids aro to bo lighted There were .11 steamship accidents supposed po.ver on a Hon. Tho king begun Sunday with services of prayer 283 lives lost ac- of beasts didn't like his passes and and thauksglvlug. Today will be naval up, inside and out, with clectrio during tho year and cording to tho roort of tho Inspector grimaces so he sprang on tho idiot and day, Wednesday civic day and Thursday lamps. Tho power will eoino from tho bit him so that ho died. cataracts of thu Nile. military day. general. I COLN COUNTY. GOULD SCARCELY RAISE HIS HAND. Yet took care of seventy head of stock. The farmer who found a friend. especially when It affects the back, ami few people arc so Halite to (train as those who arc lifting heavy loads of varioin kinds, from day to day. The teamster rarely ever overtaxes his strength. with the clan of wares he handles, enables him to entirely gage the Serlout results often follow a strain, cured of my complaint, so that I was able to take care of seventy head of stock all through the winter, which shows that the cure was not temporary but permanent." It. K. V. HENTLEV, Towner, N. D . The action of Dr. Ayer's rills on the liver makes them invaluable for those living in malarial climates. C.K.Alston, Quitman, Tcias, writes: " I have found in Dr, J. C. Ayer's Pills an invaluable remedy for constipation, biliousness, nnd kindred disorders, peculiar to miasmatic localities. Taken in smalt ond frequent doses, these pills act well on the liver, aiding it In throwing off malarial poisons, and restoring its natural powers. I could not dispense with the use of Dr. Ayer's H1U." C. !. Alston, Quitman, Tex. Dr. Ayer's rills nrc n specific for all diseases of the liter, stomach, and bowels, they promote digestion, cure constipa. tiou and its consequences, nnd promote the general health of the entire system. They should alwa s be used with Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarhapnrilla when a cathartic is required. More about the pill in Dr. Ayer's Curebook. ?ent free. Address the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. IK) Shcp-hurdsvll- lo , -- load he lifts so as not to put nn cxcelc burden on himself. Ilut with the farmer it is different. He is lifting loads of such varying weights nnd under such varying conditions that he is very liable to lift a little too ranch some day. with injurious results. Many scriom affections of the great organs of the body originate in a strain. It was so in the case of H. R. W. IlcDtley, of Towner, North Dakota. A strain resulted in serious trouble with the liver. How he recovered nnd wns enabled to feed seventy he.id of Mock during the winter, let him tell himself : " About n year ago, T sustained nn injury in my back and shoulders by lifting n heavy weight. After n time, n liver troubleI came on, which so weakened mc that could scarcely lift my hand to my head. While in this conditiou, I began the ue of Dr. J. C. Ayer's l'llls, and finding nlrriott Immediate benefit, continued until I was fI- - Knowledge Is Power The knowledge of knowing where to get good ! Clothing", Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Gives you the power to Save Money. Satisfaction- guaranteed or money refunded. All Suits sold by us will be kept in good condition for the entire Season. So buy one. Underwear, ti. The Globe, J. L. Frohrnan & Co., Telephone No. 136. Cypress Shingles. u DANVILLE, KY. Jron Fence. 1 Shol-byvlll- e. A. C.S1HB, J z5 Yv VfcX!&5 c I STAN FOR A KY". 7 Metal Roofing. T w e Mill "Work. ft f d 'jjn';rok.kiir..Ck.j.' ??!i:s!r; hi V i 01 :.. 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Open Next Session WillScience, Music, Septemberunder Ait and Elocution, of Study in Literature, Courso es-eip- coUrt-marli- al ex-Go- v. S, 'i m if: Col-yo- r, l'l- Without n clean, well sinned shoe no one is well dressed. Ours are 1 '::, Stylish d, d, ! ti i I i ki Durable. Uro- - H Ladies' Shoes in Turned and Welt Sole, Black and Tan, Kid on Vest ing Tops. Same Colors nnd Styles in Children's Dun-In))- . I sea-goi- ng d&o-trlne- s. v Men's Black Calf, Box Calf, Cordivans and Tans, In all the latest toes. Heavy, High Tops Shoes and Calf Boots, gnn Boots from $1.50, up. h's ?!! I H. J. McROBERTS. .vy.-?. IT lumA&ii0rWK2 - m .)U.i4 - i ' A 1 ALTHOUGH in retirement for some James G. Woodward, whose nomi- men. Three others will die and two were seriously injured. time, Senator David Bennett Hill, of nation for mayor of Atlanta Is equivA ftiiii tinlni it fiu.ttl.. f... Ill ... New York, has been keeping up with alent to an election, is a printer and Sam Sloan, one of the murderers of IT. the times and in a crand speech at stood at ho case setting typo when Perhaps, S. Marshal Wlreinati- in Knott county, STANFORD, Ky., -- Oct. 25, 1S9SJ Brooklyn for the democratic ticket, notified of his nomination. 'arraigned the administration for its after awhile, even tho devil will get is in jail at Louisville. At Houston, Texas, M. Pareira, n attempt to give the republican party all his duo. Cynthiana Democrat. WALTON. W. the credit for the successful result of Among the commissioners named by drummer of Albany, N. Y., was shot Is the talk of the town nnd our stire is always full of nice things at your own price. the war. He showed how McKlnley Gov. Bradlcv to accompany him to and killed by George Demoss, who Our winter g:odsnre going fast at a great sicrifico for they uit be sold. Iftlio had been forced to act, how Reed at his atteud the unveiling of the State mon- claims that Pareira had Insulted Mrs. good xuit you t'io price will suit us Wo nro not hard to plcavc, for wo don't waiU Nominee For Congress. Democratic demand had et!llfi1 t.hn nf 'nnrtv. ument at Chlckumauga aro Cols. Mat Demons. the goods, wo want cash, and the groat ever of low prices Is tlttr way we aim to gcl HON. G, G. till democrats had forced him to permit Walton, John G. Matthews, John W. Jay Draughan, who Is charged with it Wo have on hands n full lino of them to bo heard and' how Hanna, the Yerkos. W. R. Ramsey, John W. Tut-ti- tho murder of Bon Cunningham, was Of Shelby County shot and (seriously wounded by John rnitrtrtf lf tltn mltntntetrfirlnn n tvr.ll Max Howard and Green Keller. In a speech at Richmond, Va., Pitch- Draughan and several deputy sheriffs While in Lexington Friday wo as tho head of Its financial syndicate, found the -- d Kontucky In a fearful with tears in his eyes, was demanding fork Tilman, of South Carolina, said at Palntsvlllo. Cashier Howott, of tho Bank of -- mt nf mind. On arriving there Tues- - "peace at any price." "It was in no I that It would bo better for tho demo-f-T-C was found for it 'sense a republican war, waged in the crats not to gain control of tho House, Louisville, states that the stealings of day no preparation 1 ! as that they have always acted iiko Charles Hcnnlng would bo between AL 31L Ji.'M. whatever and Gen. Breckinridge wisely interest or for the benefit of any ) y the men to secure boarding 'cal party, official or Individual. Demo- - fools and would get in n row among SS0OO and 60,000. The bank Is only hnnP4 In town, as thev were so soon cratlc soldiers as well as civiilians will themselves beforo 1000. In that year secured for So.000. The season to wear them Is now Tho court of appeals has for tho That wi aio tolling out at co.st and lc than to be mustered out. But on assuming resent the otTenslvo and untimely sug- they would have a good chance of conImro and now is to time for us to sell tlioin, come and commaud in place of Gen. Breckin- gestion. It was the nation's war, un- trolling both Houses, and It would bo second tlmo reversed tho sentence of the Rowan circuit court In tho oiiso of ridge, relieved. Gen. Wilson to show dertaken not for political effect, but for better to wait. In addition to President McKlnley, Alexander Abbott, who was convlctod his authorltv and let the people know liberty's sake for tho sake of humanhn was there, ordered that every man ityfor the defense of tho National Postmaster General Smith, Secretary for murdering his wife. , . Billy Walker, tho pugilist, who wa mat report promptly at camp anu .U. nu. uuuur, u just itnu rigmeous war wnien of Agriculture Wilson, Secretary of i extending over night-- J overshadowed all political considcra-fill- . tho Treasury Gage, Secretary of the knocked out by Andy Dupont, died at Uefore the one you wnnt has been vld. passes be issued In view of the fact that the req-- 1 tlons, and It will not have been fought Interior Bliss, Assistant Secretary of Omahn, after having been unconscious 10,000 yards Calico to sell at 3 cent uisllion had nol oeen honored for plank in vain, nor will Its glorious results bo the Interior Davis, Assistant Secretary for .VI hours. Tho charge against 5,000 ya'ds Hoosler Cotton at 3J cont yard. Dupont was changed from prizo lightv . for the tent fioors and only about a obscured, dimmed or affected by the Ryan, Pension Commissioner Evans Yard wid Blenched Cotton only 4 cents yard, '. neces- - success or defeat In this State campaign and Comptroller of the Currency Dawes ing to murder. fourth as much of straw as wa3 10 I ltlmiketi without end at JJ cents. ,. . The firing of cannon In honor of the sary, the order was both senseless and of any political party, much less of that are few of the high olllclnls of the ' 1 Comtorts worth 70o now reduced to 13 ceitN as long as they lstv was pouring down rain party which is held in public estima administration who are out begging the presidential visit to Kokomo, Ind.. was arbitrary. It 1W pieces Khyber Cloth and' wrapper goiHN go for 7jc yard, . must and mud was knee deep on the grounds, tion largely responsible for compelling people to elect a republican Congress attended with disastrous results, James Table that sells uvcry where nt ICc we nell )ou nt 10c yard so that no Investigation of the misman- Jones bolng instantly killed by a prethe men had nothing but summer the inauguration of that very war." Lndie lllnck Hoo at Ac n pair. matura explosion. Another man was of war will bo made. clothes and no overcoats and not being The trustees of tho Houses of Reform agement the of tho Eighth dis- seriously Injured and may die. CoimMh worth flOc now o nt 2Jle. such condiused to :amping out under The democrats met at Lexington Friday and succeeded Flannel Skirts worth 7.c for lite. The tree that stood at the head of now to elect tions, it will be a wonder If half of in securing tho S?,000 that the county trict have an opportunity Lndiut' OBc t do not die of pneumonia or other man. one, of whom, James G. Blaine's grave recently blew them of Fayette had promised to give should a Shelby county Cloaks for the lkibles at tWc. kindred diseases. Instead of making of them need bo ashamed and do.vn and Mr.- Blaine has decided to nono Uig line of Han nlrely triaiuiMl go for the tremgndwu low price- - of OSb, II '2b and e locuicu mere. luo monument to mark their last days in tho army as pleasant money was turned over at onco to ne who, If elected, will do his duty honest- erect a hand-om- e i not a the resting place of the dead statesman, SMS is being done to as possible everything There conscientiously. Tanner from whom n farm of about 200 ly and Ladles' Walking Hats 3?c, 4Sc and 73c, regular 7uc and tpiallty. give tho men a further disgust of such man in tho district who Is bottler equip- who had selected the treo for his monacres had been bought and the differLadies' tleeced lined vests at 12c. ument. Hie by entailing on them needless with honor to ence paid him, amounting to nbout ped to fill tho position Children and Mivet' I'nton Suits 2 Jo. Disastrous typhoons, saudstorms and hardships and suffering. Col. Galther himself and to the best interests of the 310,000 moro. Lexington has promised Ladi-JUnion Suit 4Sc. says he did all he could ty prevent such people of Shelby county and tho dis- floods have caused a fearful loss of llfo to give So,000, but it will be January Men's Verino Pnderwenr at ISc per milt. and property in tho Orient. In tho a state of affairs, but he is powerless in i...ii.-.-. ... ... Tit. vv,u.mm. a iiu it. .. i trict than Hon. G. G. Gilbert. Ho has district watered by tho river Feng, in .'i... w ...ir.. aria... v. vvrut.4 .1 ml. .Hnvnf3 f miiatnHntr views of his own and the courage to ' -- .. ...m , decided to erect barracks at once sutll- .1 ..- ... ., ... uw IJUfc IS UUllUJ UUUllUCUttU JVil, unhnld thorn, and for this ho Is entitled Japan, hundreds of villages have been lelont to hold the 130 convicts In the ' nd -- .000 persons have ...rV, uhu.vj n.w v.w..--- .. I. 3Wl . , ,; wiiom to tho respect of every liutmuvu nafnta tlir. nlnnMnn. lnst. , jumicuiuiry uuuer iuo ugo 01. 10, ... on drowned. Another rotort taja ,., rrm.ia with him nr of the 2d Kentucky are democrats and Gov. Bradley will designate, and put 2J0 towns aro undor wator. the powers that bo have decreed appa- - . U. . ... -- 1. not. Ho is our personal friend, a man .l .U "Gov. Bradley has fixed November Z Z , rcntly that they shall be denied the ; .LA.'!.,, of whoso honesty wo know there can Men's Mcintosh Cape Coats as low ns HAS, lio 30 to IS. U0, as the dav for the execution of uu"1"" "" thecomlngolection "u" "'" " "'u right of suffrage at lio no dnnht nnd ho is a resident of our Whlcbwil1 bc of thc mo Itoys' McIiiIokIi Capo Coats at fl.26. "Proved Tr.l,;.fM hohonvP. nvnrv -reasOHS WC hope GeOfRO PortWOOd. COHVictod of the order of institutions of tho kind. Ad- - nraintv. nnd for , , c Men's flay Worsttl and lUnok Cheviot Sniti at only it 4$, worth fo. u murder of Richard Parkins at Lexing-- c uu , wno can get 10 i.uu '" his ruce.-Sh- elby oemocraii ". tho construe- - Mr. Gilbert will win Hoys' Knee Punt, Suit 75c. Hoys' Kneo Pants Uc . ton. Tho condomned received the ....1-there and work early and late to tlon of the barracks will bo published ouiibtix;!, K"" "" remarking that ho bad by the election of democrats to congress Rt ,, ,. Hon. G. M. Davison, republican nom hnnM aone time to dlo and ready . . . how deeply they are disgusted with a munm , gone .10 ,nave ' me ineo for Congress, spoke at Harrods- - but is youtntui whenovor tho agents of tho law said. incompetent McKlnley and his entire burg Tuesday evening to a small j convicts in it and at work there. Eight sabordlnate leaders of the crow. crowd. This gentleman will soon find boon behead-tric- t of the dis-- ! Krftngkl rebellion Senator Lindsay denies tho story that his party in this part , m . . uu n.,uU.u .. ed at uchow. China. Heads wore car- i iinr. Is taking little stock in electing that h(J ,)ad rcfused tQ mak s)ceches . rled in : basket through tho principal ic party in this county. It is practically hlra. They appear to like him well T. I). JJANEV, Manager unit oil unci nnlnis Hpn. AllAthv is Pel'-- 1 ' spectacle amid-- t streets a a warnlt-arrogance of their " carry It turns out to be a case of 'Nobody enough, but tho tho laughter and jeers of men, women mitted to command, Gilbert will asked you, sir," she said." bosses a ye5r ago, In not nominating the countv bv a good majority. There Hranch lorc at Prio, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrenrt-hurg- , nomi- and children. Ton thousand people oppose unpopular Eminence, (icorgelown, K'iwihethtown. Frankfort. .MniickpoM, Ind. is every reason for our people to rally Judge Sauflky docs not see tho candidates to has put a wltnessod the decapitation and made It nees of the democratic party to tho support of our congressional nectssity for the Goebol election law. 1nn...ni. nn ttin a gala day. Little children copied nnd thov hilVG .1I..1.. nominee. He is worthy and well quail- - but says there is no question of its ,0 i..t. th.. WtInn ,rn their parents, who joked at the dying being a man of high literary at- - stitutionallty, so far as he has exam- - IJU UUUUU ItJVI vfcwi-w-- democrats are rebels a second before the ax fell. by default. While tho talnments, as well as a practical andijnedit. At Lexington, Maj. T. J Carson, a taking little Interest in the election, ! sensible one. His election means the of the Well known horsoman, shot and fatally those favoring the advancement POLITICAL POINTS, redemption of the district from Its only true plat- wound od E. W. Singleton, a photoparty in line with its worst element and his majority In LinCongressman Evans gets his name form, that of ISOO, will go to the polls grapher. Col. John R. Allen, who acTomatoes. 7c per can, companied Maj. Carson to tho photocoln county will seal forever the doom under the log cabin after a hard fight. and vote to a man. They know Gilbert of the boss and his methods. A demographer's studio, was also slightly Julius Dexter, who ran for governor to be a faithful representative of the( wounded by a bullet from tho pistol of cratic congress will place the responsi- of Ohio on the gold democratic ticket, cause and will vote for him. Burgln Singleton who tired the first shot. bility of the cruelty nnd murder of dropped dead at Cincinnati. Tho Messenger. ' HeM California Peach'. IV cm Magic eat, 5c, and lots of other volunteers soldiers, where It properly! iniriy-seve- n trouble grow out ol Singleton charging governors, as many belongs, while the whitewashes report that Miss Warfiold, a friend of Carson's, NOTATION. BRIEF HEWS atate Legislatures and a new House of j go, republicans have a Representatives will be had taken or canod to be taken from elected - v. All quarantine restrictions have been his studio, photographs of majority. Nearly all of us have relatives s removed in Mississippi. At the Lowvit PriceCall and see u when you want good cheap. them. anu trlenus, wno suuereu irom incom- iho Jessamine Journal says that Floods did 2,000,000 florins' worth of without paying for liopKinsvum says: petency and venality, while many weep A dispatch from Davison Is no more able to cope with damage at Flume, Austria. Ini.yirl nnA AtfnH "1U lit! Hniml A dead body was found in ihn woods ' "ul tUn &' r. Gllbert. uPa National questions than a An electrical and windstorm caused' , . to an untimely death by Algerlno near Macedonia, with legs nnd Lands , ,j VIUlit.,,9 fcV iiirtll.iptV' In TX!l!l. ' tied together with wire. The limbs VUUl UJUUS .l.nnii.ta tn metnods. Let us all therefore bestir. ith a registered democratic plural- (n.U.t .iniKiiituinnA ui Four persons have died at T...II. JI,l,l,",hul LH12 - iiiiirutki tiULU tt (Jtkt iiiv iff. r ourselvcs and by our votes demand ity " f A 1! HOTTSMan.w.kr. S,il and a majority over all of Mo., from drinking water irom a puis- v,Jrn0(l A slr0iig odor of kerosene who for polit- the punishment of those 0, Turner ought to have plan sall- - oneu wen. Main Mrett. Iuteiior Journal lhulding, Stanford, Ky. Ical purposes placed favorltes.lncludlng ln tQ Conreg3 idlcatod that the body had bten satu- An Atluntacondemnoil murderer will r ltot) wltli till and set on flr. The dog doctors, to see after the health ofi , lne commissioners will ap- - bo executed on a scaffold he helped ' r?ryyaKttp;g-,Mwrsa- a (ica Wus not mutllatod, and was &2fiww&&u&arrmmm t.ie tlower of the earth. Go to the polls .point new election boards for Clay, construct. young colored hoy nlzed as that of a and vote for Gilbert. Oarrard and Letcher counties, the first Miss Blanche Beck, a yellow faver . who was believed to have been too Inappointees refusing to act. refugee from Mississippi, died of the timate with a white girl of that vicinThe Tennessee f,lirtlli CnnftiK Alvare Alvarado a native of Porto disease in Ohio. ence at Clarksvlllo 'resolved that the ity, and who had buan missing near'y f 'NW Con.",c" an"lu Mrs. Blunche Alexander, formerly a'wMK. money fraudulently obtained I to will tost vole, claim- - Mlss.Mathony, of Louisville, commitgross for tho book concern at log the annexation of the island '"'""' ted The eiTectt of th war are ntauifokl. suicide at Paris. ville be returned to the government. an American citizon. Mrs. Eliza Burrill, of Toronto, Certain artists in New York who two , . It surely ought to be, but if Maj.Stahl- - him We keep "tlit' Una of n uuu uwtu lwMng inun I.J In !r,.n 1.1c fil DQ ,vvv ... ,V .u.. . IU u(. .,. i.v PAll if ..v. . - j f...v--. i.w.. !.. avuuuo iiuvu L'umu anu Canada, strangled her three children month ago were knocked thethe fact V... tu .... Iuatu )1. us bottom xuruuy uiiner to death because she feared they would that the war had vide, tho talc had as well po with the al Taylor, and the campaign may then grow Mit of the picture market are aow nip wicked. ' wlnu up in a blaze of glory and bad ii however, , to make Stiililni.in u At Atlanta, Ga., Wade Hampton was felicitating themselves on the outlook o grammar. Glasgow News. and by a return of the whole amount. tried, convicted and sentenced to hang fur native urt. They believe that the Hanna's famous verdict that the In an swaken'uig of national feeling ia goto the government relieve tho church M..I hour and 415 minutes. AWk) -- the bof! Piilnt. Oil. Vaml-lu- t. UL1 Lend. Colon Hiid Stalin. ItClilPTlON$ enii TC" i equalled u"' of a scandal that will injure it as long ;,1U," Robeit Sherrad and wife died In ing to make an increased liunand for fully compounded from 'tho norle" cItt drug obtainable. Your xitron,iKo Is ulwny tippieU e lhat l'' Christian county from eatlhg toad- American picture. If patr'.r.Um Hnds elated nnd It will be our cuimtMnt it in to sell a?mn atrilti,on as the memory of man retains the sea- - hi tni bot" kooUi nt rtHMJimblo prli-i'a fresh outlet ia jKiint the porSouthern camps stools, mistaken for mushrooms. ly transaction. nf took sick and died "for political effect." who haw Veen en elvef In Louisville Sunday, Philip Cocke, trait artists, annoaredati T,)0 cIvil service commission Is a letter carrier, wus killed by hin for some time, will have to Imag up , A Social reformer has .lt St their palettes. St. Louis who proposes that on the 1st making a vigorous campaign ugalnst brother-l- n law, Alfred Robbing. of each January the worst and mo-- t political assessments of federal olllcials At n meeting of clergjinen in CaldJack Frost has knocked Yellow Jack trilling man In each county or wnrd In in the approaching elections, but who out in the South and all fearsofafurth well, Man., recently, one of tho mia city, be publicly executed, the selec-- . pays any attention to this commission? or spread of the disease are dispelled. nister proved out cf the ISible that God tlon to bo made by ballot. There aro so j With corn at IS cents, wool with no Intended every man to have a wife. At The magistrates of Woodford county the many trifling fellows here who deserve market at all and wheat at almost the Hev. John cloe of the thocourt-hous- o shall to bo gotten rid of, that we fear a se- o0 cent notch, tho "prosperous farmers" have decided that Hoover, the only unmarried c!erp- man lection could not be made, and there- aro not so sure they can meet expenses not bo used for public entertainments. In the town, offered n hi ul:!ch Judge William G. Ramsey, one of the he asked God to send him a spouse fore tho good of such a law would bo voting for "sound money and national youngest judges In tho State, died right away. The local paper diclares lost on us, provided it is even seriously j honor." Columbus Press-Pos- t. Judge W. W. Jones will come out of suddenly at Owlngsvllloof neuralgia of that the prayer was delivered with considered, which of course it will not the appellate judgeship race minus tho heart. be. jreat earnestness. something else besides money. That Over 100 white men with bloodhounds Here is a parngraph from a letter ii. w. .milj,K!1 nas leaseu tno uicn- - great reputation of his for ublllty and aro uro pursuing a squad of Negroes mond Register to R. Lee Davis and learning is vanishing like mist beforo who shot and wounded three guards ut written by Lieut. I.oter, of the Hays City (Kan.) company: vf wasclewited Henry R. PIcklos. Mr. Davis will the morning sun. Glasgow News Ashpolo, N. C. a little the other day, and am now notcontrol the editorial and news departLuclen Bcckner, the Arch Buun. aJNogro, was hung by a ment and Mr. Pickles tho typographi- young attorney of Winchester, con of mob In Cumberland county for assault ing hfittnlion adjutant. I inn not as ' I cal. Mr. Davis Is a very superior Judge W. M. Bcckner, and ing and probably fatally wounding Miss smooth as should be with my sword. I will get there with lots of practice, newspaper man and the I. J. for which, of William Warren, of Danville, has Annie Morrison. now able to face about ho probably wrote his lirst communica- announced his enndidacy for the ollice We are out this year with some now improvements. Sonio uinniifdc Hirers iinitnt Tho striking miners at Spottovilloi owever. I am t Ijl . . ni w.r- - We don't; wo originate. Perfect in balances, light draft, forco iuoui "eppinjr Ia tion, is proud of him. of superintendent of public Instruction coal mines are making threats against' feed, Ac. for this State Negroes who have been Imported to "el nml filing down. JUDOE Canthill In a tost case de- The eomnlete ro?lstrntlnn , jjttle girl in Denver the other take their places. elded the Goebal election law constltu- - 8how over half a million Charles Kugadt was hanged at Bron- - evening finished her prayer ns voters In tional. The court of appeals will pass Greater New York. Tammany Tex., Thursday, for the murder o,vs. .Go,i 1,.55 pIm nnd mamma When you are offered. a dUc drill. Others are imitations We were unable to fil is ou it in time for the coming election claiming a majority of 75,000 in New of his sister, who detected him in an f,nd Dewey nnd Shnftcr and Schley and our orders last year, and kindly ak you to place your order.with'us early for. tho best . on earth. mm m uouuuess amrm me uectslon, York city. The claim may . be realized attempt to rob her. Sampson and Teddy's Terrors, and I a, the best lawyers have agreed that it a3 Roosevelt will bo opposed bv A wreck on the Rock Island road, In ivouUin't be very hard on poor Admlr- U'U . .:"" HIGG-IN- S is constitutional ' almost solid uerman vote. ' Texas, resulted in the death of live Bj Cervera if I were you " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 - THE GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE r. I GILBERT, u-l-ll , e, I 1 &AXHCES' I'M polltt-permitte- d m OD 7T. ; et I 1 J..-- 1 ..,.. ... GE T FITTED . - Oil-clot- h Fur-trinuii- CaiH-wn- - I "u" Jr. 1 s' .. 11 . w 1111 a u-.- 1 ...., . ...,..... fair-minde- d CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. 1 - .!. ...! ,,,.,'' f ,u.; , ,.,... '"J '" ," 1 .:! .. th0 1 1 . new-stoical- ly, - ..K,,,i.mn,. v.... ,., ,,..,, con-fle- The Louisville Store. rynthl-uia,VvrtAill- c, wnr-k-nr- d, ....,.,! ! - mEra Look At Our Prices Good Things to Bat - j ; COVE OYSTERS 5C CAN, ,,,.., ,' , tet.lf , : - j ',,. , J.--- ,. 1 .... ...,..J ... Blue Grass Grocery. aaiOTrcroMWs'sa Vl - . - I. 11 0., re.-cg- - ! Xd,hJrk, I Ouf Motto: "The Best." tH-t- " Nl hi-rig- ht -- .11- ! 1 i i Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Artioles and Combs and Brushes, 1 lM- -t' I s. ! .t i I f..n'n - f CRAIG HOCKER, 1 -, - prair well-kno- wn son-in-l- aw , 1 1 f f.., '' y fol-ha- Always Ask For The "Superior," J ,..., I &McKINNEY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky is visiting1 Mrs. Kate LOCAL Mrs. Carl a. Moohi:, of Livingston, Miller. iny, sorjrhuru and cakes Nkv currants, raisins, pickles, homat .Warren & - LAND AND STOCK. Shanks. HAPPENINGS, C. F. Clay now has oO In list. the 2:.'!0 r MONHY. To loan on real estate at 5 R. II. Bronaugh's Kitty B. won her Two Jersey cows, one, with yonnp per cent. Address W. L. Lawwlll, race at Latonla Friday. calf, for sale. J. M. Hryant. Attorney, Danville, Ky. S. M. Owens sold to Carlthers & Board four large mnlos for.?l2.". HusiNiyd Manager. E. C. Walton, Snow.- A few snow Hakes were Tin: fiscal court gives some excollent. We are now showing a grout line of Shoes and Hoots for Men and Days, muiufnc The Kontucklan won the Kentucky scon In vurloui parts of tho county reasons on our first page why you should Central Stakes at Latonla, ono mile In lured by Uuell it Son and the For woo J Mfg. Co. voto for tho bond Issue for turnpikes. Tho loss of a few hoj8 amounts to Friday. 1:50. of protecting an more thuu the FARM for sale, containing 00 acres, in William C. Whitney, of Now York, TCRKBYS. J. K. Christian A Co., entlro herd liy feeding Dr. Hans' Hon Hcmedy. Don't wall till losses have Davloss county. Address J. C. Flor- will bo bore on and after Nov. 1, ready has paid 3Iii2,750 for 11 thoroughbred or are about to occur, but iro now and ence, Stanford, Ky. horses. to begin tho slaughter of turkeys. jjot It from I'onuy'n Dnijj Store. j W. H. Cook, of Garrard, bought of And get prices before making your Fall purchase. Circuit Cocrt will begin Nov. 7, TUB nida are displaying great David Thompson 2S feedPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. and next Friday is the last day for fil- activity, thereby Indicating that wc ers at 1c. Crab Orchard, Ky. ing suits to bo hoard by It. have them on the run. Let's all toJ. T. MnFeat, of Mercer, has raised MR. E. C. Walton is attonillnjj the gether and keep thorn going. two crops of tobacco on the same land Somerset court. Ik you want a good hunting coat, JOSIK HOaLi'.V has bean quite hunting material or a good pair of Miss Hastin. Mrs. Sam Hasttn, of the this year. A bunch of feeders for sale. Address legglns call on W. H. Mcltoberts. dick, but la convalescing. lower end of tho county, died of typhoid a EDITOR J. L. IJOSI.RV was ovor from fever Friday, aged 'to. Shu lost a son A. D. Hoot or J. S. Murphy, Jr., Tub Covington Cuvler Hunting Club last week, but live other children and I'arls to soo his pick alstor. J. D. Hastin sold to A. A. Hastin 93 is visit-In- c posts notice that It will pay 810 for ev- the husband survive. She was Miss Miss Susan Fisiikr Woods ery conviction of parsons for a viola- Elglc Trowbridge before acres of land near Mt. Moriah church In Wllllamstown. friends her marriage. tion of tho game laws. Is an early purchase of your winter apparel. ior Mm. IlARVHY CllCSAUl.T, of Ulchmond, George Herring sold to James WH Stars. Misses M. H. Glven, Annie is visiting at John 13. Foster's. No. 20 due to pass here at 2:11 A. M. Miss Mattui Kucin Is spending a did not go by until 11:10 Sunday. A May Steward and Lutllla GIvens will son a bunch of fat hogs at :Hc and sevfow days with Miss Mary Elkln. freight wreck on tho Southern below clve an entertainment at Walton's eral butcher cattle at tfc. So much corn lb rotting throughout Opera Houso Friday night, which W, Chestnut, of Corbln, fciwnt Jelllco caused the delay. D. will be well worth tho price of admis- the State that the dealers think there days with Hob Mattlnjrly. hovoral Heavy Cassimeres, Jeans, Flannels, Cantons and Outings arc going fast. The qualTub "Octoroon Stars" In living pict- sion. Scats reserved for white people. will be an advance In price. MISSRS Sl'DU: AND SALMK ELLIS Sales of 07 ures nnd othor specialties will appear cattle at :t to ity, and the low price wc make, please all. are visiting Miss Hawkliis atCorblu. MlRAlllLK DICTC Davison screwed 3 and a lot of heifers at .'U are reported Friday A CAR load of Knights Pythias at Walton's Opera House, In the Winchester Democrat. his courage to the sticking point on 'X yostor-day- . night. 2Sth. Admission 'J5c. wont up to Mlddlosboro and wont to Lancaster to meet Mrs. Emma Chenault, of Montgomzo AND COSTS. Charles Oliver was Gilbert. Everybody thought he had ery county, has sold her farm of 153 MISS LlLt.li: I'RYTON Is assisting In lined S5 and costs before Judge W. H. better sense, but ho was bullragged till acres to C. C. Chenault for $10,000. MUs Mamie Lynn's room at the public Carson Saturday for Using abusive lan- be was bound to make a feint. He Comforts made of best material and filled with fonr J. H. Bice bus bought the First We have a lot of Home-madrchool. guage toward Prof. H. C. Durham, also wishes now, however, that he hadn't National Bank of PIneville for S(J,,"00 pounds of choice batting. All woo! Blankets in lied, White and Blue, Outing Blank over to Mrs. W. H. Wbahbn wont eta from 2oc up. Wo have a few colored. been m fresh. The flagellation he got and It will go at once Into liquidation. Lexington yesterday to visit Mrs. many a day. Statisticians place the damage to tho SLOW. Sheriff S. M. Owens tells u9 will keep him sore for Nannie Woarcn. wheat crop in North Dakota, on nc who vMtcd that taxes are coining In distressingly Mrs. W. O. Wink-kky'How arc the gold democrats going relatives In Knoxvlllo, returned on tho slow and that he can't keep enough to voto In this election?" was asked of couut of tho recent wet spell, at$.",000,-00deluyod train Sunday. money on hand to pay off the county Col. Thus. P. Hill yesterday. "lam and Left we will close for less than you could buy tho material. Gay Bros., of Woodford, sold MR. Hoiirrt McAMSTKR, who has claims. every one with whom I have conversed celebrated show mare, Highland their Maid, locomotor ataxar, has boon taken to a OcTOliUR Is not maintaining its repu- lsjgolng to vote the democratic ticket. by Highland Denmark, their noted at Lexington. sanitarium Wo are not republicans In any sense AlTBR a month's stay In town, Mrs. tation for being tho prettiest month In and only differ with Mr. Gilbert, who stallion, to Virginia parties. Price, M. J. Miller has gone Into winter thu year. On the contrary It Is vlelng Is sound In every other way, on the 31.000. with March In Its changablencss. Haiti HnWARD. 27 sheep strayed or were quarters at Walnut Flat. money question, which cuts no figure in stolen from the Abraham farm. Liberal D.W1B3, who has boon is pradlctod again in 21 hours. Mlis.M.E. this contest. Gilbert is a good man, a reward for the Under. J. C. Lynn, 111., for evral in IJIoomlngton, C. LJ. Owkns will be In tho Wost capable man and a man of high attainStanford. months, niturnad yeaurday. End and J. C. Lynn In the East End all ment?, and will make an excellent conTho great show stallion, Hex McDon-ald- , of Leba-noMrs. nonr.uT Ciiaitkll, tha week for thu purpose of collecting gressman." has been sold by John T. Hughes, of her Junction, was th guest taxes, and I hope everybody will pav Davison tried to work a trick on of Lexington, to F. W. Bices, of Macon, W. Adams paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. promptly. S. M. Owens, sheriff. Mr. Gilbert the other day, but It was Mo., for$j,000. Mrs. Sim; Holmiw, of Elkton, bus so clumsy and transparent it went for On four acres of land Messrs. Brct-ne- y ll voters can be bought with patent en on a visit to Mrs. Annie Laklcy naught, except that he will use It to & Purdy reaped 110 bushels of miloffice xi'ports and other government and Is now at Crab Orchard. make his hearers believe that he is not let, an average of .'?(! bushels per acre. of l'Utsburg, books, Davi-o- n will bu In It. The mails Mrs. J. W. Hastin, To gee the largest line of line fur Lebanon Enterprise. pont several days with hor little are kept busy handling these exponslvo afraid to mod bis opponent. Knowing apAn astray cow came to my place two documants, which will be Used for waste very well that Mr. Gilbert had an daughter, Katla, at tho col lag. pointment to speak at Nicholasvllle, weeks ago. Owner can get her by g builnufts hts pajwr. Incroa.-ln. J. 1. Joniis' Monday, 17th, made a month or more proving property and paying costs. J. made another visit to Cincinnati to buy m J. K. Christian will be hero Nov. S ago, he wrote to him that he would bo M. Delaney. Highland. goods iiMOssary, and ba Is thara again. ami will run hU turkay slaughterhouse glad to have him divide time with him The pacing gelding, Bumps, 2:011, TiiR J. It. Ai.KORD property Is being to about the 10th. during which time at Danville, after ho had gotten the changed hands last week at 2,.00. Cut In America Wo will have on d'sp'ny greatly Improved for the lamlly of Mr. he will pay the highost price for tur- Hon. Hummy Wlllson to be at Nlchol-avtll- o Glass, 2:10. trotting, also sold for It Ooorgu D. Waarun, who will wove to keys. Hagin now and food your turkeys to reply to Mr. Gilbert. Had S'1,000. She will bo sent to Eurppe. toon. heavily. W. L. Hutchison, of Boyle, sold his the democratic nominee recalled his MRS. JOK F. Watkrs kpautn portion .in ii apxintmont and met Davison at Dan- crop of corn at 81.25 to bo shucked out AojviTTKD- .- Old man Sachs, of this of last weak with hor htuband, who U ' working up the Maooabae lodga at county, whoso arrest on n charge of ville, Davison and his cohorts would and fed by buyer in the field, and the stealing ?l.."il from a Louisville man have said at once thatGilbert ran from crop taken at 15 barrels to the acre. Somursot. Six ears of corn left at the HorroCs Is making a was told in our at issue, was acquitted Wlllson, but our man was too smart for Every new thing in Collarettes out this f eason. A practical furrier MR. S. W. MBNKrKB purt of tha Slate at his trial In that city, the judge that. Ho saw Into the scheme nnd burg Democrat office by Mrs. Nanni will display and price the goods, Line much larger than is displayed tourpf tha Southorn know full well that had he signified his Moore, of Mercer, weigh eight pounds of tho D. A D. Insliwta at Intimating that tho charge was ground-losin any City retail store. for pupils Intention of going to Danville, Davison Oic of the cars has W0 grains on it. Danville. " would havo had business elsewhere. He W. H. Hudson bought for W. H. QMhs. ItANNiK HcittCS l keeping a could not be made to meet Gilbert in Traylor In Adair county 50 700. Hon. John W. Yerkes. of Laxington and o boarding hou-- ugaln In Is said to flgura Davison's majori- debate for love or money. cattle at about 31o. Mr. Hudson will Invites her friends to visit har at No. On these goods and if you want a garment like no one eUo has, come ty over Gilbert at 700. He evidently buy 75 more of tho same kind for hhr.r 11 W. High St. "CHURCH CHATTER."" let us show you, This is a splendid opportunity to procure one of thinks that speech he is credited with Thomas Mctcalf, of Wllmore, bougnt MltSOAMItSJ. II. l'KBWiTT iiimI Jas. writing for the gray gelding, but which bpound cattle at rr't these very stylish garments far below ihe market price. Holtscelaw i holding a of C. C. Glass 20 Ilov. W. A. Dinwiddle spent savaral days In guests of tbalr slstar, Mrs. does him no credit and which is being mooting at the PIneville Baptist :i ,15 to 3f, and of Thomas Scott 14 exprinted at so much per line, is a voto thiirch. cattle at4c. Jessamlno tra Emma Phillip. Hev. A. B. Simpson is the boss beg- Journal. Oth li catcher from away Imok. of U PORTMAN, WlNKKKD At Mrs E. O. Pepper's salo In New gar of tho ago. Ho has raised in 10 SrKi'HKNSON. I S. Kaglment, Is up nftar a eavara salge. Mrs. Luclnda 1,000,000 for the Christian York. Kentucky Colonel, bay colt, by William Young, of tha uma company, Crab Orchard Saturday yours ovar Kautaka, brought $10,000, Black Venus, is us low a he can be. morning of a complication of troubles, Alliance. Hev. Ira Partln has just closed a $7,500, Sailor King, '4,C00. Satin SlipPearl aged Iff. She made her home with har Mls Dr. A. S. Prick took 51,100, Ihlnolnnder. $.1,fc0O. Ilurnetrta ami Mary Hruca and Jack grand liorjghtur, Mr. Scott Farriivaud meeting at Pleasant Point with .'II ad- pers, Tho hop growers in iVashlngton will Howl ovar to b's mother's m Garrard was tha great grandmolhar of Steve ditions, 21 of whom wore from the harvest this year, one of the largest Saturday to spend Sunday with him. Tenter, of this, place. Her remains Methodists. 10 conversions In crops In the history of the State. Tho IS. H. There were nearly MKS8RS. V. H. WkaKBN and were interrad In the Crab Orchard tho revival meeting at Broadway yield on the western side of the CasDunks will rapreont Dladam Lodge cemetery Sunday morning. Christian church, Lexington, conduct-a- cade mountains will run. nearly, If not Pythias, at the No. SI, Knights of quite 2,000 pounds to the acre. by tho Hov. B. B. Tyler. maatlngat Mlddlesboro J rand Lodge Speakinu. Hons. M. F. North and f It. H. Early has sold 245 acres of his In his zeal to clean up Palestine In today. II. C Warren will speak at lUchards' beginning emperor's visit, Woodford farm to a Mr. Diuinican. a tonight. Oct. 2f; at honor of tho German Mrs. W. 0. Wkix'H has a letter Seltool-HoiiWednsday the sultan has painted the house of saw mill man of Frankfort, for S10I1 from Hev. George O. Harass, tajlnghe Moore's School-Hous- e, Simon tho Tanner, where Saint Peter per acre, spot cash, and the money has New York. Ho night, 2ftth: at Hound Knob would sail yesterday for all been pnid and the purchaser has onco lived, a bright blue. At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. Sec Us Before You Buy. It l jnosumod ho Friday night, 2Sth, and at Hoe did not say so, but The Tennesoee Methodist conference been given possession. Midway ClipIn behalf of tho got his book printed. Lick, Saturday, 20th. goas there to passed a resolution favoring the return per. Scientific researches have demonMrs. Stkphkn Marriott, of Nolln, democratic nominee for Congress. of tho money allowed by Congress en strated thut hog cholera and diseases who was her to attend the bedside of Everybody cordially invited. tho Publishing Houso claim at Nashher father. Mr. Win, Lewis, who Is sick GAINKD 17 YDARS IN ONB. A good ville, but Dr. Barboo's character was of hogs are due to bacteria, or germs, that gain life and thrive in the fall unto death, was called home yasterday Dlcture of Norman Argo, the Paint passed. illness of her, husband. Lick Negro dwarf, appoared by the serious Tho Fifth Sunday Missionary and during tho dry season. The gorms in tho now has Miss E.mkmnr albxasukk Louisville Times Saturday. Tho Lan- Sunday School Meeting of tho South collect In shallow watering places and position In the cloak de- caster correspondent, who sent in tho district association will bo held at tho Infect tho hog troughs. a lucrative H. L. Hubble- and Eubanks Bros, sold says he is 102 Baptist church In Hustonvlllo next partment of McAlplu & Co., Cincin- Dlcture and write-up- , Buy your Wiuter's Supply of Coal nati, whore hor lino figure Is worth years old, but those who saw his biog- Saturday and Sunday. An Intel cstlng to Mr. Bell, of Ohio, a nice bunch of garSI feeders at 4 cents nnd jlon the head. much to the Arm In showing on" a raphy printed about a year ago and program has been arranged. ment. Last year tho Methodist Episcopal They averaged ubout 1,000 lbs. Capt. also sent from Lancaster will wondor Ward, of Maywood, how the little follow grows old so fast. church conferences voted !l,507 for ai.d T. A. Elkln, of Lancaster, sold tho same Mrs. S. L. party CO gooi yearlings at tho samo Uiittnln county. Is visiting hor son, Mr. Ills age was then put at s."i. fj.OH I against the equal lay and mlult-torl; C. P. Ware, this week. Although Mrs. representation In tho general price aud premium. rained nearly all tho tlmo Hon. G. conference. This year tho voto stands "Tho rainfall of this month, on Sat' of age, she makes It Ware Is past 7. years iirrinv inornincr. was lusL fonr inehes." Itcmcntber wo tnko All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal 1. 1..,.. ,n vUlt her children, who G. Gilbert was In Lincoln county, but 7,2G.'l for nnd only 1,429 against. said II. P. lilllenmeyer, tho Payette parts of thu State, at ho had fair crowds to hear him neverllvu In dliTerent Tho meeting ut tho Christian church county horticulturist, who has kept tab theless and made n most favorable Im- promises to bo one of tho most memo- on the weather for many years. '"So least two or three times each year. pression on all ho met. Ho Is in every rable for results of any that has ever much rain has not fallen in October Somerset Paragon. Farlston, s)or.t way worthy of tho suffrages of demo been held In Stanford. Hev. n. A. since 1NS5, and the likelihood is that its JOHN PKARL, of precipitation will not hnvo been equal Boveral hours hero Friday on his way crats and we appoal to them to go to Northcutt Is a preacher of great force, ed during tho past 25 years." tho polls and voto for him. If they do who presents tho word of God eloquentto Paint Lick. Mr. P. i un Is now living tho quiet ho will carry tho county by several ly but simply, and his very manner man, but ! life of a country morchaut. Ho keops hundred and tlioroby rellovo It of any carries conviction with It. To date CD of taint of republicanism. health llaIiiK oM my fnr- - nuil taint; in an eye to politics, however, and saya suspicion there havo boon 2!l additions, some of I will tuilillrly (ill rill ItMlVY. .NOV. 3, lsus, la monstrous a l1., mile from Manfonl, them of men who apparently had forthat John D. White o Burglary. A thief ontored Mr. gotten the teachings of good mothers at tliu Harrow farm l Jern-- bniml tmirua,17 I tho his work (o)lonlii)tiruiriy stron" In his section and he thinks 111.UC mult colt, mil cuw, 3 en tioat, W. B. Mcltoberts' sleeping room a c at tho chance for election good. and there Is great rejoicing. The luu (IiovLi fwlilcr. more or feKi, r Implenight and took from his pants meeting will continue through tho weok bop, all the loJiier ami all my I'.inniiii;tvro.bo e n LCCIM.R MKNBKMS loft this Thursday MISS wjgun, roail curt, it ment', gear, MrCoruinrk IlinJri. S. C, to pocket about S.'J In money and a nlcklo lor 3 morning for Cedar Springs, least, with preaching only at night, xniwii hariif, Tlmiiia liulco, nm triulier Ac, "3 1'eerliU Muivvr, watch sife. Ills vest, containing at C5 I'kkmh. All tmiixif slD aiul utiilor, iah: over moon enabling country people to tuko tho position of miulo toachor In plate tho that a credit of ) tiny without interwt. Negotiawatcli and other valuables, hanging cn o O n le will Uvlu at !i t. (, oomo at night now. Tho houso Is al- ble nolo lmyaWe in lank. the D. & D. Asylum, to which she was Ills tho chair with his pants, was not ways packed and people go nearly an ,W WILLIAM l'i:itKIN. elected last week. This Is tho same on molosted, Entrance was effected by institution where Miss Hcssle Mcnefeo hour before services In order to secure rv A I D V lI1S'iil"J Nov. lt, I will run a friends, cutting a slat from the shutter and good seats. DA. I ft I 'dairy w.uon in Manfor.l ami Its teaching. Miss Luclllo's o la tiilmrtrt, ami will bo Klad to furniuli those with a regretting to glvo her up, rejoice lifting tho catch. Tracks around the who have to buy. Onler lelt uithj.lt. while Tho Anderson News has u sweet milk will receive prompt attention lucra- window showed the scamp had small Meier In her good fortune In securing a J. II. ClMCMiCH. sharp-toe- d potato which weighs SI pounds. shoes. feet and woro tive position. - Oct. 25, 1808 NEW SHOES. W. - eo-s- t Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. 1,000-pou- nd Tur-nersvlll- e. An Important Matter. m m m OUR UNDERWEAR 700-pou- nd yes-torda- y Comforts and Blankets o , 0. BOTB9 s SUITl Low Cash Prices for AIL JOHN P. JONES. i il I A Rare Opportunity Jackets u Collarettes, Seal Capes and To-D- ay ia i i t i; s. Dan-vlll- a, 900-ponr- .d WE WILL TAKE ORDERS Kuox-vlllat- ha l,li"-ponn- d Stopb-ansondied- at mfMMmmmmmMMimmmimk SEVERANCE & SONS. LOOK HERE I Corn Harvesters, d Wheat Drills, e, Disc Harrows, School-IIotiH- t. B. K. WEAREN & SON. al BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. H H 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. PUBLIC SALE lI 1 1 1 0 nick-lin- a s ti i yWto,a J : I. c 4: BONAPARTE ADAMS, of Crab Orch- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL pension from $10 to 34. It is said Hon. G. G. Gilbert made thu finest speech here ever heard, nnd is nil solid with the people of this pre- Mrs. Ann Muyileld, of Corbtn, Is with her father, Mr. Win. Stuart. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter nnd Miss Tevis spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. M. E. ard, hns been granted an Increase of 8'-2 PIT. rt "Y K-A.l- t I3S" ABVANCK clnct. will e charged. When not aopaldaja.GO Iv J. Mrs. Lucindn Stephenson, who died Thursday night, was one of the loveliest of. Christians. Always cheerful, sho KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. knew well how to adapt herself to all Louisvillo. Ky., classes she met, and was as entertain No. 5 Arrrhcsat Stanford at 1.03 A. M. No. 4 leaves Stanford at - 2 10 A. M. ing with the young as with thoso of No. 21 Arrircsat IbiwUndat 12:W pav. Sale. AMERICANS EUROPEAN Nice Home 3:40 V. M. No 22 Leaes Stanfonl at her own age. She was twice married, WjANS. her llrsthusband being Wash Stephens, ilke, l't iiiIIch troni Stanford. Contain The Lndics Hestnurnnt is the tliiCM in by whom fche had two children,Thoma9 a strange hand. It contained a letter well Improvi'd ami uno nt the the cit). Kvery convunienco for ladles KNOXVILLE DIVISION. itcroH, from the Honolulu genth'wonfnn. She nicest lilticc iibont town. (nenberry spending the dny in the city. and Margaret. Tho latter' married executor had met the private; she had enter-tniue- d ol,A we will on ot the will of John ( 11111 , deccus llrlfilit, Stanford, Ky. 4U (t'cntlctun'it Cafe on ollice floor. 12 37 ra Gcortro Farris and was the mother of Ho. 24 Train going North 2 41am him at her home, and she wrote " " No. 26 " of this place, Mrs. 12 43 am Mrs. Scott Farris, " outh No. 25 " THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. 2 . ' '" Tom Middlcton, of Harrodsburg, Mrs. to tell his mother, an utter stranger, Tuesday, Novombor I, 1898 Mo. 23 jtt&t how the bo, looked, what he said, On th premise near Jlarwoxl, ell to the high For allll'olnti. MitmiKer. Barton, of Silver Creek aud Hon. Geo. what he did, et and how he felt. She In- dlolMilder all the ieruual irvriy ot which he With I'lniinr, .Music - Tiicttlitv, TiinrsJay nnd Sunder BO'IGH TICKETS SOLD. coclllii)Jff pvM-Eli ?hw. llund nw, T. Farris, of Lane tster. Her second 2 ifA bri.l in .re til fal to jack. closed, loo, a Kvenitiv. IIAOUAOE CHECKED TIlROUOH. Com Mill. IVeil Mill. .V.- , New tW Kiiglnp. husband was Thos. Stephenson, father tures she had number of kodnk piccid milk enw old hori ot 50 liort' iHiwvr Holler till In j;imI nuiiiliiiir-ilerwlt- ti For anr Information enqulro S voiwl and cjIh1, hint, and the takenof u eooil of W. T. Stephenfon, of this place. 1'iirin nnd '.Im-iof I dr cow, I TtHirlllix heifer, Kohlnoor itself r couldn't buy them JOE S. MCE, Agent, Tlmtivr UimmI, lert? Imlldlnx. jftMtd .Muter, fat lio nnd I mw nnd pis'. Slnday was a member of tho Stanford, Ky. Aunt Almiit JA barrel of corn. IJ Khinki ol fodder. frulu nml vlnrnnl. (iiwnl stort lit connecfrom the soldier's mother. It was the com will lhiickel mid meaureil at the IiohI' z tion. A ijoimI lKtrcHln Christian church from child-hoogracious act of a woman. .trk of liar, straw lck, lot of mmvIihih lu full )urlkuln.rcnll on for two fntnllle. Tor thu owner. loved her church devotedly, believed and AND CINCINNATI. hock. FRANKFORT UiiUr that lonely mother will be grate iic, all twoOiorv. wairun. I inmd toi;ether and hr JOS. WIU.IMANN. with all the- furminit liupleuleut. it was exactly right In Us every or- ful as long ns she lives. O . I.lnoolii Ci.. Kv. Jumbo. iltry the hmiHdiold wnd kitchen fwnirurv, let at Tnlm Ipoto Frankfurt at G.30 A. M. and 3 r. dinance and loved her Bible next to nmllliUof turkeys chicken, etc onnectlng at tleonwtown with Q. A C. and reach- l We at tlie vime time and place. If twt I'arls God r. m. Society will mUs her Christian Uz Paris at 10 a. M. and 'Ihe befoie, rent the fanu for the yti NO TICK. A unique institution of learning u In iirw. farm contain nliut Ul JjfthMiTc5.naPSchrKrrkU at ii? inlluence, the poor and destitute have Park college, located InTarhvlile.Mo., land H co In wheat aboutarc,acre will fl lhi N liuroliy ghen to nil person holding UnI 15 and 7:20 r u Sent, 3, to lost a friend, the young have lost nn .311(1 estnhllKllPf (limiln-l- thn linnnvn- - lfiiit day of ale, the renter of farm li'ln enlllUil civil! County Ilomls of erlen JOSEPH R. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. ol thewlieat at the to present Minie to the un!erla;net toinmlt-te. . , able adviser and her within,: to rtut the farm ran call on the lVron fn fc ... for pnvioeiit, Till October IT. tH. OF HKOOKLVN. prenilv or on . . 1... have lost their best earthly friend. t t'l uif Lilt? iiiuii. v rnni us nmrifiM i ttrr ti shell on day oleither of the undershmnt 1w4.hi JAS. p HAII.KV. QUEEN & CRESCENT. nile OKO. II. lVOlT.lt, .1 faculties per- - lsr3 thc flMus for gclcra, tl. USN, Sho rotaincd her mental CXjHM1SL,s W. T. TtCKI.lt. IIAKVKVIIKI.M. ,. .. ,,, Train pa Junction City a lollowi: feet to the last could tell of her ad- - ....,, l.enilor. Committee Caledonian : 02 . m No. 2 North......! 11pm No. South .... 12 ... 3 41 a m ventures through her long life but- income depending entirely on thc gen" .....1149 am " 4 No. 8 131pm never wearied her hearers by be- erosity of friends, nnd student " No. 6 UlSaiu " B " Co., ot Scotland. lu.. Election On Bond Issue. ,.fi 00 a m 10 8 ft" J) m No. 9 or telling her ing received whether or not thev can Vo. itooK not stop. No 2 stop only lor pien-;e- r moaning her fate KOUMDICrj 1NOS. Uniiortulcer, n I ..l.1, CJUU I KOTO HU1IVI.IJ from South of Mniers"t. 9 and 10 run no u pay any part of thc tuition fee tlUltUlCS. Ol... Hnlln.l t.rt.illf.lfU. To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. Thoe than Junction City and 5 and C only to SomKentucky nuatouvillo, - m i"". who cannot pay are many, nnd to aid uou anu is touay rejoicing erset. presence of the Savior she loved so , them the Park College Family was or Special Term Lincoln county Offer hliHTTlert to the iilr otUnt l.limln lid Caoy cimntlr. lull iluck ol I ltniaril Luk fiscal court held Tiiosdnv, Mig. well, and trustcu so latiniuuy. ane ganized, this institution furnishing the 6 hTANKOItP, KV t.ilwraon IianJ. lllth, 1SUS, Hon. Jus. P. Ilailey, left a record we may well emulate. opportunity to about 430 student to 95 r I). 6. Caruttr. Macigrr. Judge, prufCM, with the following Funeral services were preached by J. pay in work lor years of tuition. All Justices of thu Ponce, proem, V. I). Wnllin, J. G. Livingston and a lare and sorrow-- 1 tllc ,nnuai bor in the college mnn- W A Cotley, DR. R. H. C. II. Ilaine and J. A. Singluton. lnff crowu toiioweu ner last remains 10 agement Is thu provided for. The made, eccondud nnd Of No. 511 fourth Ae.. A motion win cemetery, where they were placed boys cultivate h farm of about 1.000 tho nil of the Justices having voted yea, beside those of her husband to await acres, quarry aud hew the stones for Hint an election bo and the muis is - - Kentucky, The the resurrection morn. the buildings, and do nil thc work of hereby called to be held at thc next reguWill Im at the construction, while thc girls nre em- lar election in Lincoln county, which does The Havana Limited. The first ployed In thc kitchen nnd laundry. not occur in till days from ihis date, to Myers House, Stanford, on TuesStanford, Kv., day, Nov. 1, 1898, American railway to announco train The college Is a strictly Presbyterian wit: On the Sth day of 2 o vein her. Ih", Made from pure whulher or not the legal voservice for the especial benefit of travel institution, but its students nre of all lo ascertain Ih Receiving Ills I ltetiirnliij ine ilny lu i.i h mnth And tors of Lincoln county aro In favor of j cream of tartar. to tho West Indies has been heard religious denominations nnd come empowering nnd authorizing the Fiscal Sycs Zrahed asd Qh::es :S:Iontl:aHy Winicr Goods. from. The Queen & Crescent Route from all the states In the union. not couitofouid county to isue nnd Adju:.ci.; l62i five, S.V) 000, thoti-an- d exceeding fifty. known ns food aro announcing a fast train Limited." An Goods Warranted. worth of bond exaggerated case Knowing the dollars tin, niit.titiitinnnlfrom titnu to time thc "Florida and Ilavana liiniliitlnnt. fir Kit Guaranteed. It will go into service from Cincinnati cost of litigation over trivial matters the purpose of purchasing and maintain i to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile wl:tn both parties are in dead earnest ing the turnpike roaihs of Lincoln county j Give Him a Call. and Now Orleans. This exponent of is brought out by the famotii linker free of toll to tho traveling ptihlic, tutiil ' Aram baking powders are thc greatest the genuine American idea of getting board bill cafe, of Anderson. Intl.. bonds to bear Intorect not exceeding mx f."i roenacers to health of the present day. k. uj tHoiiXi FIRST NATIONALBANK ja fir ini- -t into the field early will be a complete which lias just now had its fourth per cent per aiiiuim, ttttnrhcd, to bu in dewith coupons ftovM. amino powota co., new yobk. with diners, obser-- i hearing and is still unsettle.l. The nominations of not less than one hunvestibuled service, OP bTANKOtlO, KV. vation cars, wide vestibules, electric board bill originally was for ?10. It dred, 8100, dollars, nor more than one headlights, and ull the paraphernalia' was venued and appealed from court thousand. $1,000, (lollnns, to run not more Sarphj, $15,750 Caltal S.e:k $103,CM. than ISO years, nnd to be redeemed within of the modern railroad train. It Is to court and dragged through a weary that time, at the pleasure of the court, MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. AttpntkaM theriMl- - I. fallal t ihr tt tint In j lot of justice courts. Costs were con- - and to be sold at not les than par value. chiclly to bo marked as being first ihlili tholr .Salloiial Hani In bunlml. lu : Kentucky. the field for the new territory which is tlnually piling up. The last verdict ilrr the vfwl4m At thv NiiIomiI llatiV Art The Sheriff of Lincoln county is directlrilt4irearcwumt not only l.r thvrtplul stock, lUHUIlj-ton uu...i,t Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd JU6t coming under tho protection of was In favor of the plaintiff nnd th ed to ndvertie said eloction ami thu obU'edj iMt wast lu h.tll ...i r Uro irk ollnf- - trt.1 l.y tbr .KxkhoMcn' urii.wiim.oIllililn.tllu. . ihii for at lent 'M days Itefore Porters the greatest fiag on earth. Train will man who had kicked on cashing up $10 ject thereof, table. Everything gW, nn tiofi art. fui.it ofA".ua nt, iht4it wlil mt kmhI.whh. ft I.i 25 iu4iu iiirmiw by rtiilitlit thi Itatil.Ilrr li.al uirt r iiq the interior .iockxai., a 89 meet all trains. iaMMFMt.ef tho are make fast time to ports named and will) will have to settle now at the rate ol hand inpublished in Stanford, Ky , nnd thtuMffh tb ymi fmix Mh jrr lo tan L'nltMl SUIn liiUMimnnl ami it. U u. in tne meantime n litigation lias also by printed hnnd-h- l Is nllilM In our line awt. r rxauilM! at lli-- l tlw. by Ko'rrnuirnt connect with fine steamer service to ied up at ilullM by ralliiHC oa u I'ABKlA'.Kl'it, I.YUilUtrr, K). W.J HwM rtiw, ihy Mcurlni J.llltil ihI vt A. S. PRICE, wltt various ports In Cuba, Porto Ilico and resulted over the bond which he was not Iet, than four public plncos in each ltlirltvM. TI.UlMliutlinorlrlMlljr MUMUht-.- ! a now era in rail required to give in one court, and it i voting precinct of Lincoln count r, nnd at the lf. Jamaica. It marks Surgeon SUufurJ In rwtlt 1Uh)c thvu rwrnatiiHslai now going thc rounds ami has added the court house door In Stanford, Ky. roadiug in this country. the Nallonal Hank (fT.MaNkuil in I'M amlagam Dentist, All legal voters of Lincoln county shall rvMitiilt a lh lint National llaak of MauKirl Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythius, another $iOO. The defendant will tip lie priviledped lo vote nt said election. We the trail,, with I'hII ilruitrh hiiiI In 1bY, ha. IkI rrHr)lT unlntrrriIH rxi.t peal the ease now to the supreme court The mine olticets that hold the regular other are In CoU. AIm liny. (.Vrii. tnu, ( 7. r A jrar II 1. tMHlrr Ui4lnl Tickets Middlesboro, October giMHl Stanford, Ky. for tntn tlik-- l.u,lr troMtlr ami lid. lartlltl via Queen & Crescent Route at one for n final ruling. Ueforc it U finally election shall hold tin- election, which Slilpstuir, Hour. t Wo hImi Immllu llrk-- rrally tliiiTr In Ita Ion; an.l tiunombie anil OflloeoTer McUoWU' Dnnr Store In tbeKOwsler UoiiMmlr n tuke rrin narrrr AmxiHia l iHilUlJual., 0,luelarla,&ruf all stations disposed ct the $10 bill promises t3 slmll in all ropcts be held In accordance fare for the round trip, from Huildlng. In itliHHKi'. I'niDipt ilellverv ami aUloillTlilualiaullfltea. law of this with thc general election ll nrilurs. Olllco and khIio in Kentucky. Ask ticket agents for reach the $1,000 mark. ttiKtcTeaa, State, and nt all the regular voting place atteiitloii to (leiKit. TiWeelnm No II. mxir I.. K. 114.1, Urroln Co.j J W. Ilarilrn, SlanforJ particulars. in Lincoln cotintv. PKItltIN .V IT.Nt'K. . II. Ikugliuiati. A Virginia woman who owns a little S. T. Ilarrl., " The question "aro you in favor of Issu P. JJ. We tlo enrrv yewlnir Marlilne. J S. Hwkcr, ' JDR. T P. Hill, land has gone into thc business of rais- ing IxiikI for the purchase and nminte- - l'iirt(iuil Attnclitnunto and do all klrnl of W l, Wallmi " A widower, who had u W. A.THM.U. J. II OHUr.Cnil. OrchM M. J. Miller. .Ml.Vrrtioo. son, married a second time, and his ing sheep. She spent 525, paying thre nance of the turnpike londr of this conn repairing. M , D.Kliaorv, ManfoH. public" tv free choice was a rather plain lady of about dollars a head for ewes, nnd then kliall be of toll to the traveling provided orricaK. n printed on the ballot J S. Horlrr, 1'tr.Ulpnt; J J McltoWrta Caihlt f0. After the wedding they came turned her flock into her pasture land lv cpfitimi MM) of the Iventuck v Stntntii A A MrKliinrr,AMai('aiNlrr. home aud the father introduced her to She raised what, she could care for on The officers of the election Hre directed to the little fellow, saying: "Charlie, her land, stlling the rest ns soon nr rertify the result thereof a required by Wo have jmmUhI our la'wi ami hereby on them Oculist, Stanford, Ky. this is the new mamma that I promised they were of marketable age. Shcgavr law. copy attest. Kuril Mil piTMint. from tnm-wln(A fur any purpone whatever, under penally of Oflleo over Willis & JIcKlnney's Store. to bring you." a. lougj only about one hour a day to them and After taking Go. 1' Coon:", Clerk the Ihw provided In nuch enw. Solicits a share of the patronage of the com- and steady look l!est line to and from Lincoln County Court. S. II. HAftlllMAN. at her, Charlie went. paid a boy &0 cents a week to keep the 50 munity. T. D. NKWIAN'D. J W. II.M'GllMAN. A. M. PItNCIL over to ills nana and exclaimed in an sheep sheds clean and the fodder cut Pursuant lo the foreeoing order of M. S. HAlTtllMAN, audible whisper "Papa you've been up. She lias been in the business about Lincoln cotintv Fitful court, which the i:. i:. PArrKHo.. Mlt. V. (JKlMKs. is II II.NKS. ivc years. Thc firstyear she came out made part of this notice, an election uili .1 i: I.VNN All point in Michigan, .i r. iuti'i'i:. swindled, She Isn't new at all." ahead on her r m. waki:. At the 'i,i,,.i,i nml mil onenl i ail tl... r.M.n- - J II. McKINNTV A gentleman going into his stable ei:d of the fourth year she had a flock lar voting place, lu Lincoln cotintv nt A. M. I T.I.ANII. one day found his little boy ustrido of ' of 00 ewes all she could keep with her t'ic nexl regular election, which will he White City Special, one of tboborbod, with u slato and per.-- 1 pajturage. and in wool and mutton he'dNovemhr S, 1SP , whici election, in j jospects, will be held in nccortiautu licit Terminal Station, t.. hl ,..,i "Why, Hurrj, ii ),(, ihe found she had a clear yearly inell ,vitn ,h0 'ril lloclMll ,aWi of Klfll. exclaimed, 'what are you doing?" come of $150. tucky. 1LOTJIS Samvki. M Owkv Sheriff, "Writing u composition," was tho reTAliNSH BH03., UeKIKKE. A Demcr ofllcial owns an Kpiscop.nl l.i'KMln Coniitv Avoiding tlie Tunnel. ply. "Well, why don't you wiito It In rayer book which made more conttie library?" asked tho father, among thc Dakota Indians than answered tho little fellow, "the verts nil thc other ever printed. 'The book Wagner Sleeping Cars We have Ju-- opened up uew teacher told me to write a composition wus hound in inetnl. At the top of on a horse. oach cover was an appliance for th Connecticut hus never furnished a insertion of an electric wire. Tho mis- . IlulTot Parlor Cars. Wagner Sleeping president, but three of tho greatest tionary using it among the Indians ' CJurs Private. Compartment Cars, linanciors of the country, are natives lad concealed In his clothing a small l Concho and Dining Cars. And Dealer in of that State. V. D. Armour, the great battery, which he connected with the Bo Mire your tickets read via IllG FOL K HARITSSS, SADDLSRY, SjO. cattlo and beef king, who is said to bo prayer book. An Indian allowed to K O. McCOKMIOK. D. II MARTIN, worth from $:iO,OOO,O0O to S 10,000,000, hold the book for a becond felt n sl'ght PaSM.Trnllie Mr, Cen. I'nss. ATkt. Agt STANFORD, KY. shock, nnd promptly attributed U to was born in the town of Union aplucc .OINOINKATI, O. . which has thc distinction of being tho the power of tlie white man's s nallest town lu the State. C. 1 HunAn Kvart (Mich.) exchange says t'tat tington, tho railway king, is a untlx'oof town is just recovering from the ex- Hnrwinton, in thc Lltchlield hills, und TUB "Old Hutch," thc Chicago operator, citement caused by the appearance in iPTIlin that towu of a large rat the only one , !'S ;hir & wus born In Coventry. cter seen or heard of in the viclnltv iiinui You Iteliable salesman wanted. Wo do within the memory of the oldest inBLUS 0BASS KUHSEBIES. FALL '03. Kverj body does' Rut not every one not promise great riches but can make habitant. The rodent xvas renortcd c)) lima iiHitfaritouvnu Raiumy Jfc" l'nxnritATEs it an object to tho right man to toil several "weeks ago to be lurking in the gets them as pure a those who our Lubricating Oils und Greases. AdEverv tiling for Orchard, Lawn ami Har- EIGHT GREAT STATES of a rolling mill. A vigilance lzo our gt0Ie perha,,s w0 mv a bU mn, den. 1'rult antl Ornamental Tree, Slitulw, dress us at once. The Euclid Oil Com4 I'mlts. pany, Cleveland, O. ltoes Vint", Smallgrown luIthtiuarlt, was immediately orgauized ' committee Ifentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia e nurseries. aud nil stock North ami South Carolina, nnd the quarry was run down and about tho purity of everything wo eeli. Route to reasonalilo as we employ no agent. Alabama, MNUslnpl. According to some weuther prophets, Catalogtio on appllcatlou to Might make more money if we substitutII, V. HILLKN'MnVKIt. thero is one infallible sign of an ex(01) Lexington. Ky. Through Sleeping Tclepbonu 3,0. In Missouri a young woman who in- - ed some harmless Mibjtances for high tremely cold winter, says the Owens-bor- o Messenger. Tho moss on the tends to raise bees for a living began' 1)riccd tlrug8 but as human life depends Iletweon Louisville am' tho South. 1a.H. trees is heavier than has been known With n ulnrrla lilfn Inof OUIitlllit i14.' V U4t, untMnH tnjl DR. R. our preparations wo sell Ing the winter she removed it to ths on thc quality of for years. house, and as her family did not care i nly tlia best. THREE DAILY TRAINS Old fashions In dress maybe revived for the society of bees she HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & established Each way between Louisvillo and Lexington but no old fashioned medicine can them in her bedroom. She saj-The beat is never too goo I f r our trade SURGEON, Frank J. Iteed, Gen. Pass. Agt , that W. A. TURK, O. P. A., replace Chamberlain's ' I5:con, Dis. Pass. Agt. and Diarrhoea Remedy. Colic, Cholera they are quiet, orderly, gentle comWashington, I). O. V. U. McDoel, Stanford, - - Kentucky. & Gen. Mgr For sale by panions and that they all come to her . II. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. Craig & Hooker, Druggists, Stanford. Ofllceover Hlgglns ic McKlnney's Store Louisville. Ky hand as tamely as so manx doves. rl sjLJtraJ LOCAL Fish. I with to rent fir Imi. a farm ot Go acre, three Since 1 rend n letter which came to Came to my limrw Oct th, !iy nitre year inlli-the Washington n fortnight ago, ttays a yike. from DaiiTllloonfalrlr Daiirllle nnd Manlnrd old,nbout hand IiUIi.sIuhI all around and look IiiiroTHu.-iigtxM, Including !xmi VOI MOSEIt, resident of that city, I nm glnd of the of 7 nmn Addrv! It. T 1.kti, Manlnrd, Ky. llkelieli.n luil lllula UUIert CrrU innc.xntion for Ilnwali, for out therein i Honolulu lives n kindly gentlewoman RCIST-X89- 9. whom Uncle Sam may be cxtremclv proud to count among his dnnghtcrs. I will ell publicly at lily f.irm mile from 20 acres oflaii'l, gmxt liouo f ronui, larne Kirn, Ky.,011 Among the volunteer soldiers whom givnl apple orcliarl, llh plenty of ii.all trult, In or 12 aire to now In wheat. (. nil oil John M. Mi one of the western states sent on the Itobvrl.. Stanford, or write to me 101I1, '98, o. T. AI. ItOIICItTS. third Manila expedition was a young lirndtKwd, Ky. 1 he following property 11 liouolioM and kitchman whose mother lives in Washing- en furniture, tanning liml'im-ntIntituling new Mower, liar Hake 2 Hinder, ton. He is only a private, and he is lcrlng IK w, one patriot woil nuilc, 1VI FARM FOR SALE, sbc fe.it tnll, but he is his mother's baby fnojrattle, p:lr IVi Acn, cultlta. milk row, raht, 4mj kmel eoni at aliuck, timi. I'wowell wait red and In line mile of orthild, and it cast her more than anyone Miurked, and other tlilmji too dwelling hoiie tfinul lurix, iimnerou to men Ac Corn and hay cn can W Uiu jbt PiwvmIoii knows to give him up. He hates to Hon. Klveii to ult purcliar Call on or adtlrc, J C In hand, TfclsM. 421m write letters nnd he sent her from that, tredlt Mim$IOaii'l under, ili lutrreM, or, r McnVUY.Manlord, Ky. till Jan 1, ''.'., without note iiiirnMe tti bank. Honolulu merely n line that told realU A. SWlNl.ltltOAI). ly nothing at all. A week later there arrived a thick envelope addressed in I will holl prlvntnlv mv hntm' on Imuvllle PUBLIC SALE&RENTItNG s Woman's Thotiglitfulnf'ss. 8iiiallFnrm For Rent. ESTRAY HORSE. 1.1 NOTICE. Tlio I'tirmeM Hunk .V Trut Co., nt Mtinfonl, In the Stnto nf iCuutucky, I elolng up lit ulTnlrH. All creditors of nlil Hunk thorofino uro licrohy iiotltlvd to iro-i- nt their cl.ilmttigiilnt ull Hunk for pny uicnt. 4 public Sale 1 FOR J. It. OWSI.KV, Onlilor. Huh-M- e, Thursday, Nov. 1 entiru IniHliie. Tho Lincoln County National llituk, of Stanford. Ky., Im sncceedisl tlio I'lirtners Hunk .V Trut Co., of Stanford. Ky., nml hits ussti'iied nil It llabllltle, nssuU and S. , II. SHANKS, Preslilvnt II. OWSI.KV, - nrll-ln- ,:OT;K Cnsliler LOUISUILLE HOTEL e For -.- 1 1 Saw Mill For Sale. Uti-Mi1 - I two-yea- r re e 1 d, kind-hearte- d 1 FIRE INSURANCE 1 - 01-- I w 111 rent-ei- 1- - ni'i-l- lr l grand-childr- two-thl- thn-hcr- . en !., Insurance Company Insurance FMJI5NIX e T ..,, 1 ,, J. T. STTTTCBT. 1 fun-th- I R.B.MAHONY.Agt, RUPLEY, RoVal GOLDSTEIN, enr-rit- d, Baking Powder Safeguards the against alurru Iouisvillc, Merchant Tailor, 'all - J I 'ftiiSajSr V payah'o-enu.nnnu-nl- ly Mason Hotel first-clas- s. J i.ancaster, r news-mine- 1 wlHI-io.- l jm-- Sm t NOTICE. ( l, M 25-2- n.i-ki- - Pro-duc- ts .'-N. P. W. CARTER, five-year-o- ld POSTED. f "Big Four Route." J.G.jVlcCkAY Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. j . I , : vJEBBBr - THE CYCLONE. t ST. 'lic-o.iubc- ," BOSTOIT. . - J I TAKE THE re'l.-ion- Percales, Dress Goods, Comforts, Blankets, &c. HEW YOBK. LV-ega- nt i Soutnern Railway I Take Pills? Fruits, Flowers, Shade! patron-ticlnlt- y Ahtmr-ugii- Tlie Popular I'll-c- ''"e' CHICAGO. Vice-Pres. I Cars 44 I M. PH6LPS, s Penny's Drug Store. Su -