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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898110101 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. Vf Tf - T u lr r SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. It GRAB ORCHARD, Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER DANVILLE. WAR ECHOES. MATRIMONIAL 1. 1898. NO. 69 MATTERS. J. II. Stephens has rented tho old Roberts farm of A. II. Hastln, and will move to It Jan. (1, J. F. lloldain will move back to his homo here the first of the year. Alex BenJoy will move his family to Lancaster. Mrs. Laura Mooru has left for Chicago to live. Mrs. CofToy, of Rookcanlc, has purchased the cottage on Stanford street of J. II. Cummins and moved to It. W. K. Buchanan has runted tho cottage of Mrs. Hunter near tho deHt and will move at once. Mrs. M. K. Fish goes to Sanford, Jan. 1. Mrs. 3uo Holmes. of Klkton, U visiting J. II. Collier. Mrs. Junius F. Cummins, of Stanford. Is with her parent", Dr. and Mrs. J. D Pottus. The sick aro all convalescent, except Miss Lillian Huchanan, who still remains in a critical condition. Mrs. Susan Hywators loft Monday nljjht for her homo In Idaho. Heavy frosts In this locality Is reminding us that tho "melancholy days aro ovor." , An Immonitu dunce was given at tho Gllchcr House Friday evening, Dr. Win. C. Roberts occupied tho pulpit of Dr. Greon Sunday, Tho concert given by Mndaino Jones for tho boncllt of tho colored church was a great success. A very enjoyable reception was given by Mrs. Hogsott Thursday evening to the students of tho academy. Tho public Fohool adjourned Friday on account of tho death of Mr. Win. Lewis, tho father of Miss Lydta, ono of age "' years. Dr. E. M. Green anJ J. M. Van Meter have returned from Carlisle, having beun Attending Synod in that city for several days. Tho "Betsy Hamilton" radiations delighted a full house Saturday evening. Truly "she Is Inimitable." HV ASOTIIKU COItltKRrONnKNT. The frionds of Mr. S. V. Rowland Only n few patlcntH arc at the Koe-le- y -- egret to hear of his i!lnufs In RichInstitute, hut several are oxjiectcil mond. Mrs. Win, Rowland has been this week. very ill for several days. Levi Elder had one of hip. hands bad mo mnrriago of Mr. Lltmati, of ly cut white handling a piece of glass, Danville, and Miss Francos, of La and had to givo up his placo in W. K. .range, imi., was solemnized on WedPerkins' storo for a few days. nesday. Mr. and Mrs. LItman left at J. W. James Is enlarging his distil- onco for tho Fast. It makes them happy. It is not in the way of Gift. lery nnd putting In new machlnory MIsk Jocophino Held has returned prior to starting up In a few davs. He from Lexington. Miss Ilortonso Leo of his whisky to Is in Louisville and oxpucts to be wlllhhlpa with week. California this nor aunt, Mrs. Ben Atoheson, uulll the With four hotels tho visitors to Crab holidays. Fred Wct has gono to PorFine Suits and Overcoats at prices to please you. strychnine after writing lnlH,l,alfofi!,ni;h,Vm-mi-";,- r Orchard ought to and do fnro well. to Rico. Ho Is a member of Col. Undeiwcar for all. this: "John, I die because I love you." f You can be well' attended to either at Capt. Sam regiment and has been home tho company, Union Suits, Night Shirts, In Madison, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo W. tho Springs Ilotol, W. A. Boaxlcy's, on a furlough. Miss Mary McRoberts, M. Duncan with a handsome gold ' Rath Robes.Sergo Suits, Top ( oats, . Park, who was Miss Patsy Collins, Curtis Cover's or A. II. Bastln's. who has beun the guest of Mrs. Jerry medal. Shirts, Shoes. ,' ' will celebrate their L'olden weddlno Llouu Hobson, Is at Washington tryCrab Orchard hn the blackout har- Caldwell for several weeks. Is In Louie-viilSee our Line before you h iv . on Nov. lflth, at "Woodland Park," bor in tho stato in Samuel Hlakemoro, visiting Judgo Fox and family. ing to induce the naval construction . Suits Pressed and Clo.mcd. Speedwell. Only four persons who ha been dubbed "Snow Flake." She Is very talented In art and has board to anthorixo an attempt to raise jnoar 'biirvlvo who witnessed their marriage. Robert Fish, tho other tnnsorlnl artist, spout many months abroad studying lu tho Colon and Vizcaya. He wants Rov. Wm. May, of Perry ville, is said Is not f.o white, out both aro good bar- Paris. It Is very probable that she Sl.000,000 for tho purpose and is con- - to have married :!,:JOO counles in the bers. , win open a sludlo In Louisville. Dr. tklent ho win succeed. .. i i..jt nil ..., 136. KY. i.i. Kevun(' 6')llccu Because nM passes were to bo limited ' . Miss Pearl Phillip, of vour town, Is A. F. Moutgwmery has bought tho resdoing nicely with her millinery store. idence of Mrs. Mary Klnnalrd on the from 9 A. M. to 4.30 1 M., tho .'Id 'n- - luntu uiiiL-- uiuiscii. , tie is s years ,., , ... ,,. . uus j Iron Fence. living cnuuren. 00 Cypress Shingles. tucky, 1150th Indiana nnd 12th New uiu, Resides doing her own trimming nhd corner of Broadway njd Fifth. grandchildren, 20 .great grandchildren walling on tho trade, she attend, to Mrs. Oil IT Anderson entertained tho York at Camp Hamilton decided to and two great great grandchildren. the tolephono oxchange, and Is conse- i'lneh club TWday afternoon. M!h stack arms and roftise to drill without John Kennedy, a boy, quently kept pretty busy. McAtee, of.Owonsboro, ISMsltlng Miss tho order being modilled. The olllcers fatally shot May Peck, aged lo years, Thoro aro numerous vacant lots In Pearl Faulconor. Mb Bessie Falos is heard of it and postponed the trouble at Kno.wllle, and committed suicide V our town when houses could br built, vlsltiug friends in Gambior. O. Mrs. by declaring the dres parade oil. by shooting himself through tho head. Tho Insurgents have gracefully yieldwhich would ndd materially to tho A. B. Rust entertained nt cards SaturKennedy called at the girl's home and Metal Roofing. Mill Work. of tho "city of tho East End." day afternoon In honor of Mrs. Kenne- ed to tho demands of the Americans reprimanded her for going with another Can't soineltody buy the grounds where dy, of Dayton, O. Mrs. J. C. Falus and and have withdrawn from the territory boy. 1 ho girl refused to forsake her .. .,s .. , ip the brick hotel nnd tho Ilnrrls House Miss Helen aro in Cincinnati. Mrs. surrendered to Dewey and Morrltt. second " "C I ' .1.- - J" 1 .J i t . t L -- '. ' love, whereupon Kennedy MJ While Aguinnldo'b conduct is not enfltood and build? Robert Harding issued Invitations for m committed the deed. A good crowd nttonded W. T. a luncheon Saturday aftornoon at 1 tirely satisfactory. Dewey's firmness iTI1 Miss oienn Bibb, the handsome sis-- 1 T sale Frldav but bidding was M) o'clock In honor of Mrs. M. . Mooro, has made an impression, and there is BB iS IS 1 little danger of a conflict .vith the terof Mrs. Sam,.rM. f Owons, and Mr. slow tho sale was "declared off." Mr. thuguostof Mrs. K. M. Green, TT rVilllnt.but Filipino,. .: Stephenson pays Jordan Pater Chan- they ware recalled on account of k UW Illness. While going to cull on some young riod at tho Leland Ilotol, Lexington, j i dler, the auctioneer, was In such a hur- MIbs Bobsla Woolfork is visiting relar.. w.iolr. MIc nil.l. ... ..! ...... ' S.s ry to gat to dinner ho did not givo tho tives In Louisville. Mrs. Pearce, of ladles near Camp Hamilton, Privates After receiving and getting In position our big stock for Pall and Winter I,antx, I'ecoh and Swadley, of the 2d while she was visiting at Ilartford and ready for tho big trade we are sure to enjoy, wo are glad to know that bidders a chauuo to buy. Is with Mrs. Llda Price luvingtoi, V.'1 (if l.u.o ... (t . .1.1.. Wll !l .!! Tho raoo for police judgo Is waxing at Mrs. Davo Dunn's. MU Anna Missouri, were fired on and the first it flv AftOI tlm. ifrrmnnf Mi.. fV.111.,., ... named bcrlously wounded. Tho others warm nnd It would tako a prophet to Chamberlain is in Bedford. Irid. Hon. caught a buckshot or two, but were over to Sherlir S. M. Owens' to snnml ' not toll which will bo victorious, present J. D. Goodlos, of Richmond, Is visiting seriously Injured. There is a suspicion a few days, while her husband went fa Incumbent J. R. Brooks or John And every kind but tho poor kind. We Invito you to call on us nnd if wo his old friends hero. Dr. and Mrs. pU'iiiv you, tell otlier. If not tell us. SllOE. Ladles, get tho proper too Little Interest is manifostod Welllor had a dlnlug Thursday in hon that they wuro hunting for chickens home to prepare for her coming. Thei' ijl brido Is a handsome brunette, nonuinr .! instead of girls. which N bro:id; tho vamp hurt. Wo can show them. Shoe-- , for everynot much or of tho first birthday of lu tho race for trustee? and their son. K Gun. Joseph C. Breckinridge is said and accomolished. and her husband body. Tho Worth Is the attractive feature. Men's Purnlihtngs, Trunks. In tho congressional race, except by Mrs. Pfolfner and Mrs. Tipton have o., I. ,.,.11.1 . feel greatly humiliated at the action c.lll In !uu n stuuuiu .vuuiig man, nign-l- y 'I'. u o.u tho rads, your correspondent Is sorry reuirned homo after a delighted visit to thought of by the L. & N. "allroad of tho president In ordering him mus to say. to Mrs. A. B. Nelson. Miss Julia torcd out of the volunteer service. company, In whose employ he has ill of Richmond, is the guest of Miss s The Lead ngShoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. F.ntrlos for tho Kentucky Dorby, When Gon. Hrocklnrldgo reached been for a number of vears. Sua McRoberts. fit and Kuntucky Oaks for Clark stakes Washington, ho called upon the presiMiss Winnlo Davis left a will bo lSflO have closed with tho following Tim Havana Limiti:d. Tho ilrst dent, but was not rccelvod. Gen. queathing to her mother "everything number of ontrlos: Dorby, K12: Clark American railway to announce train Rrecklnrldge's loss of favor is due to stakes, 111); Oaks, S3. Tho Dorby is a survlco for tho especial benefit of travel iiis honesty in making a truthful re- I, have, both real and personal proper- - j mile and a quarter and la worth 6,000; to tho West Indies has buou port of mismanagement of camps nnd iy, aim any returns unit may come hoard campaign!-- . from my literary work, any stock is at one nillu and nn oighth from. Tho Queen tho Clark A Cro?eent Route According to tho reK)rts from Paris, bonds or money of which I die oos and is worth i 1,000; thu Oaks is at ono are announcing a fast train known as tho Spanish commissioners have now sessod. I beg her to givo a remem-mile and n slxtoouth and is worth the "Florida and Havana WIJLXIAJI S5IELTON. Limited." agreed to tho two clausos of tho proto- brancooutof my jewelry to my dear,' $.'1,000. It will go Into service from Cincinnati cousin, Anna Smith, and to my dear' For dohornlng, tako two parts of to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami. Mobile col which declare that Spain rellnq-uisbo- b old nurse, Mary Ahearn. My dear all sovereignty over Cuba and caiHtio soda, ono of kcrosona and ono and New Orleans. ThU exponent of Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Mtiiic, Art nnd Elocution, under cedos to tho United States Rorto Rico mother is to judge what she would like and experienced teachers of water. First stir tho foriuor two the gonulno American Idea of getting Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Clnssos, but to givo to my dear sister, Margaret Ingredients together thoroughly, and Into thu field early will be a complete and one of tho Ladronu Call t the Collego and get a copv of our Xew Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. Hayes, ana her children, to remember then add tho water. After trimming vostlhulod service, with diners, obor-vutio- n if any disagreements arise, and the two me by." Tho Instrument is dated Feb. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Staufoid, Ky. thu hair away from the horn of tho cars, wide vostlbulos, electric nations wero unable to como to a satisj last. young calf, apply carefully with a rub-bu- r headlights, and all tho paraphernalia factory decision, this agreomont on the Tho biggest Industrial "combincork. Seo that it does not run or the modern railroad train. It is first two provMous are nullified. This ation" or trust, over oriranizod. wns down thu face. chlelly to bo markod as being first in suoms to bo child's play. born Friday. It is tho Continental Old Charley Mooro Is in troul lo tho Held for tho now territory which Is Tobacco company, which comprises A SURB SIGN OF CROUP. tho eight large plug tobacco iminufac-- . aatu. Ho is under arrest, with his just coming under tho protection of Hoarseness in a child that is subject luring firms of America. This trust is publisher, J. K. Hughes, on an Indict- tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will ment found In tho IT. S. court- at Cin- make fast time to porta named and will to croup Is a sure indication of the ap- capitalized at 7u.000,000. It is the cinnati, charging that itis papor, the connoot with lino steamer service to proach of tho disease. If Chamberlain's combination of tobacco manufacturers various ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and Cough Remedy is given us soon as the regarding which so much has been Ulue Grass Hlade, published and whllo In Cincinnati, a disgusting Jamaica. It marks a now era In rail- child becomes hoarse, or even nftor tho guessed at In public prints within tho orotipy cough lias appeared, It will pre- past couple of months. roading in thiscountry. article advocating frcu love. vent tho attack. Many mothers who Serious charge. A. J. Fish is under Gen. Gordon announces that tho next Clarenco Coleman writes of tho have croupy cliildrcru always keen arrest at Lexington In alined any grade, from J2 up. An all woo" McInto-.l- i for J4. charged with rob-- ' encampment of Confedorato Veterans Company, of tho d rogiraeut, this remedy at hand and find that it blng S. ' M. Tudor, of tho 2d Kontucky, at Charleston, to which ho belonged as follows: I savus will bo held May them much trouble and worry. of 8io, or rather taking It from him' S. C. There aro now 1,170 camps and want to say this of Co. II., it had moro It can always be depended upon and Is and refusing to give It up when It wus applications for 200 more. mon than any one company in the regi- pleasant to take. For sale by Craig & demanded. When searched at police ment, had less men in tho hospital, had Hockcr, Druggists, Stanford; TI1K BEST PLASTER. headquarters several pocket books wero less mon In tho gunrd-hous- e, nhvuys A piece of llanuel dampened with fallowed William Fielding, of Elkhart, Ind., found on him nnd nearly 6100 in money up better Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound second to nono In at dress parade, was Is l):l years old and has never smoked, Fish denied the charge. drilling and was tho Gov. Tanner is a worse old dema on to tho all'ectod parts Is superior to only company In the Second Kontucky chewed, touched an intoxicant and has Long Ulsters, and Storm Collars. Regular lougths in light and dark gogue that his predecessor. uny plaster. When troubled with a Beforo an colors. never lost a man, while the death only heard three sermons, one of which that audlonco at Madison, III., ho said if was his mother's funeral discourse. pain In tho chest or side, or a lamu rato In tho otherll companies averaged back, give it a trial. You aro certain from two to ilvo Tho mucllngo on postage stamps is another attempt was made to brinp men. Tho above can bo tnoro than pleased with tho to in ado as follows: Gum dextrine 2 parts; foreign labor into the State, ho would uotbosaldof any othercompany. Just meet the train at prompt relief which It alTordH. Pain after Co. II. was examined tho surgeons water 5 parts, ucetlc acid 1 part. Dis- shoot It to pieces the State lino and with a Gatlinggun. Balm is also a certain euro for rheum- said, solve with heat and add 1 part of 00 "It Is certainly a fluo Tho Knights of Pythias Grand Lodge atism. For sale by Craig & Ilockor, and they wore physically. lot of men," per cent, alcohol. The grand jury at San Frauclsco has ordered that tho constitution bo ametid-e- d Druggists. Some of tho 2d Regiment will New and stylish, in both light colors and black, both wool and silk Indicted Mrs. Cordelia Botkln for tho so that an orphans' homo may be or aro thinking so. Somo will murder of Mrs. John P. Dunniug, of provided. Kach I desiro toi thank our Doctor, our lined Prices exceedingly low, quality considered. member will be taxed neighbors and friends, who gave their get Into tho volunteer regiments, whllo Dover, Del, whom she killed with 50 conts for fivo years. Tho amendwill try tho olsoucd caudy sent through tho mall. ment will have to lie ready spmpathy and help during tho tho majority that over until uoxt wlfo and daughter. Their regular army, whoro a man is treated illness of my Gallium is tho most vuluublo metal. meeting. kindness shall always bo held lu grate- white. Thero is a recruiting ollico over A pound of It is worth $08,000, whllo a Tho State Collego foot ball at Lexington. Most of pound of gold is only worth $300. Alum- defeated the Loulsvllles 10 to 0 team ful romomberaneo by myself and my tho Saturthe boys will try tho 22d Infantry. daughters. J. W. Eubanks. inum is only worth Mc. day. , i w, oue-fortieth ..-- the toach"rs. The funeral services of Mr. John Dilllon, who died Friday, wuro held In tho Catholic eh u roh SaMirduy morning, car-loa- d Tho Deans, father and son, both in James Turpln, a widower of 52, and tho 1st Kentucky, died of typhoid fc- - Miss Bertha MIze, 11), married in Mad- vor. Uon. Gen. Dodgo and some of his white- T. G. White, of Winchester, and washing commission aro whitewashing Miss Daisv D. Potter will be married at,nLC,npt0n; at Mr- - C. A. Redd's, at Crab Orchard Tho Porto Riean postal commission today, has returned, having established SO Thomas Trabue, of WashIngton,Ind., oMlces in the colony. drank carbolic acid when he hoard that The Louisville Legion, according to his sweetheart had accepted a ring latest estimates, will leave Porto Rico from her other beau, for home about November lo. W. H. Moore, H3. and Miss Mary Ono steamer alono that took Spanish Swearlngon, 57, were married at Cov- soiuiors irom Havana bauk to Spain, Ington. Evidently the bride didn't unci - uoatns on the voyago. want is aid that he died an old maid. uunuu mius .goni aino. i... it., uraven, whose wife ot a dl- at .Manna, reports that L.iou Is rich vorce from him, jumped from the Jef ii magnificent proricH and po.salbll- - fersonvillo bridge at Louisville in u fit of despondency and ended his troubles ; An unduauikcr has sailed for Santi- - in u watery grave agolooxhuma the remains of Chas.i' Miss Tralse Main, got a verdict of D. Jacob, Jr , of Lonlsvllle, who died a ?1U,:00 agalnstB. B. Loderar. horo death. jewuIop of provIdencef R , forbreacJ " " .mj.aii.v oi promise. She asked for S.'O.OOO to .C...K , una iiiiiuu i. tjnur ui I.1ISU llie WrOCK OI hoal her wounded heart. the Maine from the mud of Havana John Tracy, of Shelby county, has harbor for tho salvngo. married his mother-in-laMrs. FranTho Lexington Herald subscribes ces Flndee, who is just J years older 8250, of tho $10,000 necos-sar- y than he Is. Mrs Findco has a son two to keep the troops in Loxington years older than her husband. until they aro ordered to foreign serAt Huntington, W. Vu., Helen King vice. . .1 uuu 1IT..I.... uunn, wno were sweet iiiiiIn one company alone of the fan hearts, quarreled at Miss King's home, Missouri, 10 men claim to have conwhen she tracted diseases slnco they have been Wonder bit off an inch of his tongue. how she got It in her mouth? in tho nrmy due to damp, cold quarters When John Smith accused his sweetand impure water. heart, Miss Alice Gilliam, of receiving Before Co. L of the '2d regiment attentions from other men, she went I ".. t uitrn mitatnvftM nnt Chh.o T A BLOOD POISONING. A Nurse's Experience. g and to heal, nefore the six bottles peopl from blood oioning tho have almost been taken, the ulcers were healed, had the Uuj-lnteKgaed theraelveIn medicines skin sound and natural, nnd my health irora which they have obtained no help. better than it had been for years. I have There are thoiuands of other who first or been welt ever since. I had rather have last have tried Dr. Ayer's Samaparilla and one bottle of Dr.Ayer's Sarsaparilla than found perfect healing. One of these three of any other kind." others. Mrs. A. V. Taylor, of Hnplevalc, K. Dak. relates the following experience: This is but one example of the remedial "Aliout two years npro, I ntirsed a lady value of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla in all finally died) from fornn of blood disease. There is no other v)o was sufferiuf1 and have contracted must blood poisoning. blood medicine that cures so promptly, the disease from her; for shortly alter her so surely and so thoroughly. After nearly large sores or ulcers, half n centurv of test mul trlnt It I. v.i death, I had four break out on ray person. I doctored for n stnndard medicine of the world for all lone time, both by external application diseases of the blood. Bores, ulcers, bolls, 34 wun various dioou meuicines: out, in tetter, rheumatism, scrofula everv spite of all that I could do. the sores would other blood disease is curable byand Ayer's Dr. not heal. They were obstinate, very pain. I Sarsaparilla. The success of this remedy ful, annoying, and only petting worse all has caused many imitations to put on the time. At last. I purchased six bottles the market. Imitation remedies be work Imof Dr.Ayer's Sarsaparilla, thlnkingl would itation cures. Thr linivirtnl I. plve it a. thorough trial. Before the first I that "oi.e bottle of Dr. Ayer's Sarsanarilla bottle was taken, I noticed a decided im is worth three of any other kind." If you provement in rajr Kcneral health; mv ap- arc intei estcd In knowing more about this petite vas quickened, and I felt better remedy, get Dr, Ayer's Curebook, story and stronger than I had for some time. of cures told by the cured. It is a While using the second bottle, I noticed on request by the J. C. Aycr Co.,sent free towell, that the cores had begun to look healthier Mass. Write for it. Something for the Boys Cas-tlcman- 's oT"look pres-onte- . . e I I The Globe, J. L. Fr oilman & Co., Telephone No. . i , .7. a .... I A. G.smBi LL STANFORD, KY. XPZc& xgas " " -- QT DANVILLE, I ..- Stoph-onson- 's I - Va iw ; .leiratis Loadstone i ln-.- L ! i We Have Great Values to Show You -- n. 11 ,, 5 Hig-gin- s, CALDWELL & LAIMJBR, S J3SN.SS-:$:SS-SSSg2SS?E- :3i2 cul-turo- Stanford Female College. PRESIDENT. 1 Next Session Will Open September 5th. d 1 1 - Mac Intoshes i Mid-dlosho- ro 10-1- II, Overcoats, Short Overcoats H. 1 st st post-ofll- co J. McROBERTS. I 1 !: .. & 'Ci Jt A .! '' f .. t VT 'S'" 5F- - rp"'T f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - f Kr. V 4 ir, i f it i i tit. i. bf 'I u ' K it m typewriter, and In Its Issuu Saturday bond case, requiring tho L. & N. to Is the talk of tho town an l our store N alwnyt full of Io things at your own p Ico. printed their photographs side by side, pay ?90,000 In court. The 11)0 State banks In Kentucky Our winter god9 nre going fmt nt n great sncrltlco for they must bo wld. If the a meanor advantage than evon a repubhave a capital of 31 1,202,0 a sur- - goods suit you the price will Miilt uh We aro not hard to please, for wo don't want lican paper had taken. plus of $5,5:11,202 0: and loans and din- - the goods, wo want and the great ever oi low price I tho wnv wo niru to gtl THE Commercial very much mistakes counts of $20, 110,018.75. it We have on hand a full line of the attitude of the voters of tho Eighth Tho mayor of Louisville recommends dUtriet If they seriously consider tho mat. hip iax rate oe increased -- nc on Pfc3B namby pamby Mr, Gilbert as near tho the $100, to meet tho requisite amount equal of tho energetic Georgo M. for the sinking fund, it Is now ?1 HA. IJIL You Commercial. The grand jury of Woodford county are very much mistaken. Indeed you failed to return indictments agaiiibt 1 could not bo more so if you had burned Merrltt J. Hughes, the lumberman, who m ! 5 5 "5 .T5 V THOSE who think Mr. Wattorson is your shirt. killed Andrew F. Stoelo, his idle when nothing or against James C Graves. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. In tho Courier-Journ- al from are pon appears That we ato soiling out at cot and le tl.n.i cost The simoon to wear thorn U now POLITICAL POINTS, not aware Six high officials of the hero and now U o time for us to sell tlium, come and of how much work he really does. Ho. exposition, ut Omaha, which For Congress, Madison countv democrats claim it has recently completed a book on for Gilbert by 200. closed yesterday, are under arrest, I GeOHGE G. GlLHEUT, Abraham Lincoln, nn article from his G. A. R. men of Fleming and Carter two of them charged with forgery and pan appears in nearly every issue of counties aro In revolt against Pugh, tho others with selling awards. tho Youth's Companion, he lectures on tho republican nominee for Congress In Ormonde, tho "horse of the century,' UITH Lincoln and other subjects while not tho Ninth district. Ileforo the ono you want has been sold lor which W. B. Mucdonuugh paid otherwise engaged and now an Ohio Rev. Tom McGary, a colored preach- $150,0.30 a few years ago, will soon bo .10.00J yards Calico to soil at 3 cenN. IN his speech at Richmond, Hon. G. publishing house sends us a prospectus er of Owensboro, has renounced the on his way back to England. It is said 5,000 yads Hoolor Cotton nt 3J cents yard. of a history he has just written of tho republican G. Gilbert is said to have championed party, and says he will Yard wldn Dleached Cotton only I centi ynrd tho new election law and to have de- Spanish war. A wondorful man indeed henceforth voto the democratic tick- that tho Duke of Westminster, his 10-- 1 lilankets former owner, has offered $50,000 for without end nt A cent. clared against the acquisition of the Is tho great Southern editor. et. Comrorts worth 75c now reduced to IS cents as long as tlioy U. the famous thoroughbred stallion and Philippines. The Interior Journal Tho democratic congressional cam- that Mr. Mucdonough will accept. is always something Interest25 pieces Khyber Cloth and wrapper good must There ijo for 71c 'yml is an original expansionist, but as Mr. ing in tho Oweusboro Messenger, no paign committee claims that tho next J. A. Thomas, of Hartford, Is tho Table that sell every whore nt 15c wo sell you at 10o yard 2(5 McKiniey now proposes to acquire the 21 to matter how dull tho times. Its editor House will be democratic by Ladies Itiack Hose nt Ac a pair. sow which Is pretty near Philippines, it is decidedly against has views and tho ability to express majority, conceding California to tbe owner of a iJ,, ,. "the limit" as a pork producer. Sho Cornets worth .iOi nnw . m o.in .... taking them In. His proposition Is to them cogently and entertainingly and republicans. Is IS years old and since her second Flannel Skirls worth 75c for Wc. assume a largo debt hanging over the Chairman Babcock, of tho republican year has raised utintmlly an average of his democracy is as pure as the fountain Ladiot Capos at Orfc Islands and pay Spain for them besides. of congressional committee, says tho re- 14 pigs. A low estimate of the value of life. Urey Woodson deserves more Clonks for tho Hables at 00c. We do not need them that bad. This Is $2,000. credit than any man In the State, nud publicans will have a majority of 27 la Hlg line of Hati nicely trimnid go for tho tromonilotii low price of fiSo, H 35 and government took Luzon by force of! thoso who would belittle his efforts, the next House. They now have a her progeny It Is estimated that 15,000 auros of Si.H arms and could have taken the whole VioUttlrt i.humsnl ros. Tf vmi irnnt n twil majority of 57. cane were cultivated in Greouup county Ladies' Walking Hats 3Sc, ISc and 73c, regular 7oc and $1 tpialU. ,x . group nau noibpam tnrown up ner tal ,1 The democratic managers in New this year. Averaging throe barrels to blown In the bottle Ladles' lleeceii lined vetint I2c. and hallooed "enough. ' Mckinley's Umocratic ,ubacrlbe to the York claim tho State for Van Wyck tho acre, the county produced 15,000 Childron's and MIo' Union Suit- 24c proposition therefore is the height of by from 75,000 to 100,000. Tho New barrels of sorghum. Daily Messenger. IjidioV Union Suits . folly and stupidity and Is worthy only onsboro York Herald's forecast shows Van The largest organ in the world is in Moii'h .Vcriuo Undcmctr at JSc por Milt. of a mun who wants to do something His mother loft Win. Wagner, of Wyck In the lead. lina rhn it hfiilr.il tt 1. villi., tuiln. ft...... "- . . .1... ' "" 1. r and does not know how. The United Philadelphia, $200 to bo spent entirely . . . w.u . nuy secretary 01 siaie tt ln . . . ...-,... "I "" States had debt enough before the! in going to the opera, but if Billy is an opinion mat .mo .ireiuy ui nm i.at ...til l. war and the several hundred millions and takes his girl with sicrncd bv December 1. and intimates beau Wiini War Iln Done that It has added and the pensions It 'him, he will soon get away with the that we will keep the Philippines and We haw recovered our own national will have to pay for tho men ruined by old woman's money. Besides tho assume the debt of the Islands. feeling. Four months ago wc were a treatment are about all sho ets, a hack has to be hired and Mowers It is said that- President Mckinley rrnl ,HSS of I,cope rather than a Moh'h Mclnto-- h Cape Coat ns low as II. iS. zm 80 to IS. can Btand. We aro for holding all we bought, the evening's fun winding up wil take about nno office, out o r t Hoys .Mclnto-- h Capo Conts at f 1.25. nation. of national took by armed force, but this govern- - with a wine, or some other kind of a civil service list about thankglvlng. nm, u Men's Clay Worrtud and lllack Ohevii t Suits at only 12. 13, wwrtli fft" forgctth)ff . mentals not In condition to acquire ter- supper. That's the way the money All the deputy collectors, pension sur- . ... .......S, i ifciys Knee I'anti Su t73c. Itoys' Ki c l'antu Me. .. r jui iuv.ni Ull m. .1 ritory by purchase and the people will goes, and that's tho reason so many genua mm uuiiui... ....1 r,...--- In ll.n (erenow we have welded ourselves never endorse so idiotic a policy as young men with meagre salaries learn 1,st' Into a comclous unity wuch as the rc- McKiniey proposes. to peculate. It Is reported that tho Bradley and pilb0 ,,a, not Mt s,nce f enr, davg Judges Pr yor und Holt, both ex-- i It is exasperating to a newspaper Hunter factions of the republican ThU COII,clouancMi Kavs n wrltcr'Jn republican alliance t AtI.intJCf u C kcencr bccauie of thc chief justices, indulged in some strong man to get interested in a report of the party will form a In the near future. If this Is true, we Increased respect that other nations personalities when the Goebel law came sale of line stock and then come to a will wager that Bradley will be the have for us. The United Stntes was up before the court of appeals, durinsr wlod-u- p which reads, "prlco private" head of It. T. I). IUNEY, Manager nrver before understood in olllci.il Euwhich the former accused the latter of You aro Covington Commonwealth. TheN. Y. World says: The demo- rope, perhaps not even In ofliclal making statements, which were untrue, right. The item is valueless without next House of RepresentWhen the war wns begun most Tho court called them to order and the the price being given and tho Interior crats in theurobiibly Ilranch stores at Paris, i . .... i.i I...... VI11I1I have a clear ma- - of the continental nations fulled to ann,S'erflnlllo, Eminence,OarliHle, Mt. Sterling, IlanlsMwn , unn irutvuiilir. atives will case was finally submitted without ar- - Journal, makes it a rule never to grat- licornetowii. Klizabetlitown. runkfirt. Mfliick iKirt. ltid. repuoucans, lusionists conceal their contempt for us; they gument, as Judge Holt claimed ho was ify the vanity of traders by giving re. jorlty over tne possible i rwTimiiivfmwmummiu, n0w respect us as they never dreamed ttoi&mtSHNSssz only acting as a private citizen, the ports of their transaction unless they and populists of Ave, their rrriJiinnfT plurality over the republicans being ti,ey hould. Nor Is it only our natal court holding that it did not caro to state the consideration attached, 20. victories that have given the world a : hear one, unless the other sldo was The governor of New Mexico again romi-whnew conception of thc DEMOCRATS need not lay tho tlatter-wa- s represented, Attorney General Taylor' miction to their souls that because urges the admission of that territory to (Tnited States. Quite as imprcsilw permitted to file a brief In the case iaS Wc cfTerfor one wotk, enly, belling ng the total e Saturday, Oct. 29, not later than today. There is little tney can observe no activity In the re- Statehood. He estimates now at2S2,- - has been thc absence of thc barbarlMen of wnr and of warlike population of the territory 20 lbs. tlne-- t (Jranu ated Sugar for - . - . n j. doubt that tho court will "declare the publican ranks that they are not levering' tine Package Cotlee at law constitutional, tho same led and will not go to the polls. The 000, including an Indian population of jj vindlctlveneis. To send home across liest 2 poiiml package of Kolled Oib at - . agreed facts as In the prison commission ' republicans aro always organized and 25,000. Of tho 1,100 men from New the ocean a captured army, to parole Good, Strong Vinegar, per snllon, at . -'bey always vote every mother's son of Mexico In the war with Spain nt least the otllccrs of a captured squadron, to 10a. law having beon presented. feed not only the victims of Spanish were National guardsmen. lf .SchuiiiakiTa Cflelmitetl Flour, thclxul in the t them. Let the democrats be as patri- Capt. Chanler, who was honorably jotlc and the white men of the district The administration has changed tbef tnUrulc, but tho Spanish themselves, world, 21 pound Sack, at 85c. rille, i have laid emphasis on other reasons discharged from tho army to accept the will be represented In tbe next Con- - name of the Frosli Uingor Snap, per pound, at 5c. which will be be known hereafter as i for war titan thc old reasons of the uemocraue nomination lor congress in cross. Vsi Sugar Corn, worth 10c, at do II vt the United States magazine rille. punltliment of enemies and thc an T.unUKos. solid meat, at Uc can. 2 t. tin buckets ut le. the 14th New York district, said in his of tribute-bearinfi it tin hurkcln, c. .Stop watlng your territory. In V It was the irony of fate that Col. G. Thanks I The countrv will gladly infirst speech that Bro. Abner McKiniey inunuy ami dea' with the made a pot of money out of clothing' K- - Waring, the sanitation oxpert, sent dorse that much of tho president's humanity to the enemy this war is S9 contracts for the army by getting big j to Havana to look after the city In that "policy," and if ha will change the without parallel. JJoth the power nnd M prices for clothes that were simply i respect, should have contracted yellow name of secretary of war, It will In- the utms of the republic are more Lnr,'iM tetailerr. of flm Groceries in the world. 50 Mures in Keutuekv, rotten. Chanler, who is as good as fever while on duty. He died in New dorse hlra some more. Louisville cltarly understood in Europe than a Indiana and Oh'o half cttntury of peace could base reelected, says he will have that and Vork Saturday and in order to prevent Times. IS. i:OTT.SM.iM.R Forewarned is forannnud. Tbo demo- vealed them, nnd (in no spirit of other army contracts made like most''11 spread of thc disease, his body was (aiti Ct nA.t T.. i .. . ir.iijur;iNi II.. fT . bb m mm .iuti, mirri we mijrht add thc American iiuimiiii, iaillnril, Ky, of the appointments for partisan pm- -J cremated In three hours after hi crats should boar in mind that the reTin iTfiii ffinmini 'i rmmimtii poses, investigated and thero will be no.de uh and his house fumigated aud publicans, particularly thosu of the character, also. It ic to be hoped, ' whitewashing about It. If Congress Is disinfected. gray gelding variety, aro noted for too, that wc have had koine effect on tactics and will try to the medlitvnl diplomacy of Europe. republican, however, he will be able to their still-hu- nt The Louisville Commercial is Uikiug slip up on their opponents in localities We have often been ualled blunt and do nothing. Help to give the body to eucl Kentucky district seriatim aud oiispected of being upathetlc. Let discourteous in our diplomacy no the democrats by voting for Gilbert. in laudatory articles oi tno nominees, there be a thorough organisation in doubt with truth; for European ill- The Shelby Sentinel, which has been convinces itself that republicans are every county-o- t tne aiairiot, pioniy oi plomaey Ik a dilatory art, that has ruu by Poynter & Shinnick as a gold .'going to bo elected In each. Fortunate-bu- campaign orators to meet and refute f ahv"i'i as courteou it has paper, has beon sold to Messrs. ly for the good of tho State, Editor the sophistries of tha republican tfy.(utiniUjf been mcndaelou. Miniater. James M. Guthrie and M. O. Sullivan j Gelattdoos not know whereof he affirms rators and wo do not fear the result. nave xMOum miiu what they or their We. keep "tlu lmt" Hue of masters meant. .Vow, if the dealings and will hereafter keep In the mlddlo Lluce Hanna's money can't buy the Heirister Richmond of civilized governments with ono andemo-- 1 elections undor the Goebel law. of tho democratic road. Tho-xother are over to advance bejond'va-hio- n cratlc papers, which refused to accept BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. and cunning, tbe old diplomacy tho dictation of the party's ropreenta- - j The resignation of Adjutant Gonorai There were two murders in Louis- iiihM chnjgo to republican dlreetnea. tives in convention, regularly called D- I'- Collier und the appointment of and frankiieae. It need not take on AIm "th and properly elected, fcccm to have as Col. Wilbur K. Smith and the rcsigna-har- ville Sunday. I'alntH, OIN. VrnUhi, Lead. Color an4 Stulns. PltK-- IMI'TtON.-- i ly Fire almost wiped out Trenton, Ky., discourtesy in maimer, but it must a row to hoo in Kentucky as re-- , tion of Smith followed by tho reap- cmpondod from "tho drugs outrtiiuiile Your imtroua;c. ' lwva aiii la one of tho doing damage to the amount of 35.000. tpcal: the truth ami keep faith. nnhltrnn w..Vw.V nmirlvnll nt ..M..UM.w nollltllient of Collier, MHd tt wtll t nr If .......... sliPffa. mw... mj .. w. our eonstmit aim to bill tne Ur Kood at r .ioiinbU price. funny things, of wnich tbe public is Elijah Davis, former marshal of we have even ln slight measure dU- on tho verge of starvation. Midway, was given a term of two years credited thc old mendacious nnd dila-fo- r not sufficiently acquainted to laugh. THU State board of health linds that tory methods we have done something killing a Negro. & THOL'GH not intended for him. an Osteopathy is curing cases that the While mentally deranged Aaron ' toward furthering political civlliza- regular practitioners had failed to give excellent picture of Editor Logan, of fiarton, of Columbus, O., shot his wife tis : relief and it raises a row with the new the Louisville Times, appeared in the and committed suicide. Issue of Friday. The elongated statue, and Second battalions of ' system at once. An order citing the The First manager of the Institution at Franklin lho "iustache. the jmt and tho cen- the 1st Tennessee regiment loft San'jp to appear before tho board was met by cnU "PPearanco indicate mat urer rlUUlU llll ililU44 kJLAMUtkJ an injunction granted by Judge Settle, Lo'au "sot for that plctur." Eight persons were lost by the sinkOf No. SI I Fourth Ave., who seems determined that the Os- schooner during of n three-mastLouU-teopeditor R. W. Knott, of the , Pna, hn- shall have a fair show, and tbo - hfill niliod for criml- - ing a storm on Lake Ontario. , daughter of Jas. JLouIsvillc. bo at Kentucky, board is finding that it is not the entire nal libel The WIM the in slandering the Board of State. Public Works. An indictment against Richardson fell in tho fire and was Myers House, Stanford, on Tues-- ! burned to death at Catlettsburg. day, Nov. 1, 1898, In order that the much misunder- him is now in order for slandering tho W. A. Eddysontupaeamora hitched stood und much abused Goebel election democratic party. Hemming ono day In oucli mouth. to a kito, and photographed New York law may have an inning, we present In FUANCl? is right. England is too harbor from a distance of 800 feet. Eyes EzaniinsI and Gh::es ;S:l92tlfi:ally a supplement sent with this issue, the much for nor to tiiukiu. bhe has acA Georgia farmer becoming suddenly Aijasled. i62) unanswerable spoech of its author de- cordingly, virtually given up her claim Insane killed one man and wounded livered at Glasgow. Read it and If you to Fashoda and war's wrinkled front uuothor on a street car at Atlanta. are not convinced that its passago was appears to be smoothing out. At Corsicana, Texas, WinJohiisoTi u necessity you would not bo convinced used crudo petroleum for fuel, and his hough one rose from the dead. We mo out tlif.s year with lonio new Iniprovolnentj. Somu THC Logan County News, under the ninnufirttircis Imilnt wife and two children were cremated. We don't; wo originate. Perfect in ba'ances, ght draft, force feed, Ac, management of S. W. Llnobaugh, Is We our land nnd hcrtjliy Tun president has already Issued his one of our best exchanges. May It llvo Tho court of cassation decided to warn have potoilrroto trep.'iHslnv ()n nil )Hirions tlium proclamation naming Nov, 21th us Dreyfus case. jP lu,y purpose whatever, undur puuultv of a long to preach and practice true de- grant .. revialon of .the ...... .. .1 I 1 - . l.nt..." .......lilnil f.. i... 1. ........ Thanksgiving day. The reason of his mocracy. jmiui-- m wu It ueclineu to release uruyiua jiuuuiu SI "V nAUOIIMA.V. T. ..I). NBWLAND, precipitancy doubtless Is due to the When you arc ofl reda disc drill. Oihers aro ImltationB. We were tumble inC new hearln". llPl-nM . V....',,..,, UlllmiVIV Alt ., to fil f, I.. fact that unless he did so now ho might our orders lust year, an I kindly ask y ju to jnVoJyour onler,withu ear.y for the best Sam Jones is holding another The court or appeals nas overruieu k. K. PATTKItiON, M. ?. IIAUOIIMAN, on imrlli. Mlta. V. OltlMKrf, never do it at all, slnee the prospect is meeting in Ilopklnsvlllc.It must be a the petition of theL.A: N. for a re- - s. ll.su AN KS, .f. E. ItKUOK. I that ho will have precious little to be hard job to get Editor Meacham hearing In the Marlon county long and j " mck,Vsev. F. 31. WAI5E, A. M. FKLANI). thankful for ufter the election. short-ha- ul cacs. s'raigbt and keep him so. W. P. WALTON. too leau, too fat, or only partially developed, and a straight arm Is very rare. These uoeicrs eviuenuy ininK that tho sky comes down to the ground all around tho Hub. Boston women are doubtless built as they describe, but they arc not tho only peaches on tho tree. Out here In Kentucky ulono thero aro scores of women who would make even tho Statue of Venus do Medici blu&h to find it Is 9hnpoless In with them. oon-parls: . Mrs' Lola Small Ford, daughter of Boston physician makes tho The Louisville Dispatch Is cvldontly evory woman has either preparing to get out of tho Post's Sam Small, has been tired from tho statement that crooked arms or crooked legs and n quarters by tho way It borates that "A Stranger In New York" Co.,but, paper for its "cowardly, contemptible no reason Is given. Boston editor says that gymnasium a iiu uuui b in uiipuiiis uas iiiurnicu iiiu Nov. i, 1S9S corroborate tho opinion that and dirty" tlsrht against Turner. Tho knocd-kneeTurner has a Negro judgment In the Cumberland and Ohio Post claims that women are A uro-feasors i d, bow-logged, J THE CtREAT DISSOLUTION SALE 11 IO.-5'- ca-di- , jff MkJL3XJ& !S, iWi-- 4 I sw Trans-Mississip- pi r VL. t& SUPPLMENT. GET FITTED ....... ., Oil-clot- h . Fur-triuniK- d yeiWn-thc-wo- ol. - , -.- I WW,--- e CHILDREN'S SHOES, 23 CTS. tick-inhum- an ! !' . 1 .!.. . it. ' .f I . The LouisvilSe Store. - KDg-lun- d. j at j , KILLING PRICES. old-tim- organ-electio- ... . ! one-ha- ! B Krag-Jorgens- en ( con-quc- M g I Blue Grass Grocery Co., 1 boast-fulnes- s) Olip Motto: "The Best." g ; - - Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Combs and Brushes, rl" eari-fnlin-s- d f 1 twl .CRAIG HOOK BR. I i L' GOLDSTEIN ( ed hs , I i I I i , POSTED. A n I 1 . Always Ask For The "Superior," HIGGINS & - T 1 1 McKINNEY. .1, T ffNwUMMta N, wMmmwi9imemm&rm 'y'i..i.'.l iii jfc7iwmmii j . .t ,. ( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LooiC nt the Uluc Grass Grocery's low down prices for thin week. T. It. SLAVIN has boon appointed postmaster at Manse, Garrard county IIONS. M. F. XoilTH and It. C. - Hkatixq Stove. Cooking Stoves ami War-re- n will speak at Klmsvillo Saturday, Grate of all kinds at Warren fc Nov. i, 1898 Shanks'. Stanford, Ky, Nov. 5th ut v. M. IP you owe Pence & Greening any irvou want a trood huntlnif ooat E. 0. Walton, JJuatxiuw Maxaokk. thing you are requested to settle at hunting material or a good p.ilr onco, as the firm ha bean dissolved. loggln9 call 011 W. B. MeRobcrts. Tho Eullpso Photo Co'. It. R Studio By tho wrecking of a froleht train Toot Ball. The foot ball team of Car Is horo for a short time. Cabinet Prof. Craig' Academy will play a gamo tat Nlcholasvlllc 011 the C. S. Sunday, Elegant OOo and up, per dozen. photo platinum 91 pur dozen. Call and sue with a Danvlllovlevon on tho grounds! all trains were delayed and Cincinnati hero Saturday afternoon. tho work at ear near depot. mall lost to our people. - V, m Tho los of :i few hogs amounts to A TULBI'HOXU otllee has been estabmore than tho cost of protecting an herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog lished at the post otllceat Walnut Flat, entire Itemedy. Don't wait till losses have which will bo (i groat convenience to or are about to occur, but go r.iw and the people of thut neighborhood. get It fiom Penny' Drug Store. W. C. Gisnr.xixu has sold to J. .V. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Pcrrln his half interest in tho brick Miss.MaouikSaCHA Is clerking in kiln which was recently burnt, and which contains about "00,000 brick, for tho Louisville S.ioro, went to Sholby J25. Will Siwkkanvi: county to see hi wife Sunday. A mad dog camo to Mr. Sim It. Cook's Dkpctv Sup.kifp II. L. Tatk, of Thursday night and bit two of hi Rockcastle, was hero yesterday. dogs both valuable shepherds. It also JOHN MUSSHIt, of Barbourvlllo, I bit a dog belonging to James Wallln, visiting hi cousin, James Mower. who lives on tho place, and slnea a Mhb. William Mokklanu lm been regular slaying of canines hns been quite lck for two weeks, but I Improv- going on. THE Eclipse Photo Car is doing some oxrellent work for our citizens, all who havo had work done being highly pleased with the execution and low price. CANNON". Miss Luella Cannon, aged 18, died at her home near McKinnoy, Sunday of consumption and was burled verslty. Danville was selected as tho next iilnce of mootlnc. Eld. B. F. Clay, corresponding secretary of Kentucky missions for tho Christian church, has been appointed Held secretary at Kansas City, Mo., to begin Nov. 1. His work will cover the States of Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa and tho Southeast. lit. Itov. Edmund M. Obrccht, O. C It., wus fully instituted as abbot of Gcthsemane, Nelson county. Bishop McCloskoy conferred the solemn blessing. The ceremonies were elaborate and Impressive, and were witnessed by a large assemblage. Superintendent T. N. Williams, of the Cumberland Presbytermn Church Extension, reported to the Synod that he delivered 121 sermons and o7 visited 2S:t families, traveled i:i,yi2 miles and raised $500.14. The Synod will meet next year in Bowling fL NEW SHOES. We are now shoeing a gre it line of Shoes and Hoots for Men and Hoys, by Iluell ctSon and the Forwond Mfg. Co. mtnufac4-luro- d Come And See Our Line And get prices before nuking your Fall purchase. IV. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Ivy. yesterday at the Campbell ground near Turnersville. ing. h IIavixo bought fash & MeCluro's West End, search of stock of Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warwent to Lexington Friday Glassware, Tinware, A:c, wo will a job. MltS. Dll. K. J. IJJtOWN spent several at once Increnso tho stock and cordially day with relatives near Preachers- - invite you to call and soeus. Our prices will be as low as tho lowest. J. K. vllle. mooting at VanAredale fe Son. ltev. H. N. Faulconer' Nleholusvlllo closed with three addTill: remains of Mls Carrie ition. who died at a hospital In LouThomas Daiton U occupying Mrs. isville, wero brought hore Sunday and J. K. Portman's room for his Jewelry Interred in the Logan's Crook burying (toru. , grounds. She w- - a daughter of tho MltS. EMMA HUXTSMAM, of Mobor-ly- late Hugh Ivlrkpatrlok, of the d Mo., wo tho guust of tho MUe section, wn 20 yoars old and died M. II. Hl'.IUltNCJ, of tho In e, Kirk-patrlc- k, May-woo- DoBord. PltRXTY MIS3 KUDOXIA MOSS, Of of consumption. m Garrard, camo over yestorday to moot a friend. Dll. M. M. Lackhy, of New York City, I thoguoeiof his relative, Mrs. John J. Mcltoborts. Mil axi) Mits. K. G. Wai.lkh, of Lebanon Junction, are with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Woaren. J. S. HOtlMlltKY, of Georgotown, Is assisting Manager W. B. ' Wearoa in the Blue Grains Grocery. MISS MlXVA l'AUK PHKLPS, of . Richmond, hnndsomer than ever, is u gwost at Castle Cobb." Mit. J. C. McCLAltV has returned from Swango Sprlug?, In Wolfo county, much improved in health. D. It. GOLPSTUlX, tho optician, will be nt the Myors Houu today. Sue him If your eyes are out of sbap-Ri:v. axi Mks. II. N. went to Junction City Saturday, whoro moetli-g- . he will hold a Mit. T. M. WlllTK, late of tili couns k Fal-lcoxk- 10-da- y' ty, Is n nandldato for jKilleu Judge of Corbin again, and will likely be Mit. J. II. HiLTOX eaiua down from Hrodhend yesterday UHd rented his farm to B. W. Galnos, Jr., for next year for $JU0. MltS. JOHN B. Kmhky, of Nleholusvlllo, and Miss Nunnotte Hoatb, of ltlchmond. arrived ysurday to visit Mrs. A. It. Sevorunoo. Miss Lillian Philips, who I in the millinery buelnoss at Montleello, has just had ome neat announcements printed by thin otHee. LlRL'TUNANT ltOWAX SaUKLKY WlLLIi: GlVKXS, a Boney vllle Nogro subject to fits, jumpod In tho tiro during one Friday and was considerably burned. Jane Hill hoard him and went In and pulled him out or he would hiivt burned to death. LATr.lt. He died of his Injuries Sun day night. ,! Ill F01tSTBALIXJ. Samuel and William Lambert, of Casey county, were placed in jail Saturday for stealing three spring wagon wheul from a West End party, to await circuit court. Tho formsentence and a 310 er caught a line in Squiru W. A. Coffey's court for county has paid fully half and in many carrying concealed woajKins. cosed nearly all for building tho pikes TlIK Ladlos' Aid Society, of tbo constructed in last score or so of years. Presbyterian church held a praise I DBSlitB to eomiuoml to the public service Friday afternoon, to which tho Messrs. J. Nevln Carter and Jack L. societies or tho other churches were invited. A number of timely talk Boazley, who havo bought my grocery were made and sereral excellent paper stock. They aro splendid gentlomeu read by the members. The mho boxes nnd will not only sell you goods cheap, were opened und a collection taKeu,thc but treat you right. Remember I am proceeds amounting to the nice sum of next door, with dry goods, furnishing goods, shoes, hats, &c, as cheap, if not sltO. choaper than tho cheapest. Mark ay burying Green While describing the devil In glowing terms, a drunken man entered the Tin: Vanderbllt and University of cliurcb, In which ltev. John Fucgart Cincinnati foot ball teams lock horns In was preaching at Nelsonvlllc, O , with Louisville, Saturday, Nov. 12, and the a pi9tol almost a foot long. Fucgart, L. & N. will make a rate of one fare thought is was tho imp ho was describfor tho round-tri- p from here. ing, and jumped through thex window, BKOIXXIXO yesterday thu Kentucky taking the sash with him. Rev. Thomas G. Bosley, aged 89, Central train for ltlchmond leaves the died at Jetlersonvllle of paralysis. He depot hero nt 2:.'l0 p. M. instead of .'1:15 as heretofore, a change which the was born in Washington county, and people along the lino will appreciate. was ordained a minister at the ago of .. 20. Ho preached in every district in OX Thursday next I will have an en- the Methodist Episcopal Conference, tire now lino of winter millinery, in- and wa the second oldest pastor in the cluding a number of handsome pattern Kentucky Conference. huts (id bonnets. The ladles aro Unless there Is renewed Intercstman-Ifeste- d to come and examine. Mrs. A. by many additions, it la likely A. .lcKIntiey. that the meeting at the Christian church will closo tonight. Rev. II. A. TUB ihillowo'en party advertised by Northcutt has lubored faithfully and tho oung ladies of the Presbyterian well and the series of sermons he has church, at Owsley's Hall, for last preached In tho last three weeks have night, was deduced olT on account of hardly ever been equalled hero and the meeting at tho Christian church, never excelled, and they will bo long which they expected would close Sunremembered by all who have had tho day night. privilege of heirlng thorn. CoXTltAKY to expectations tho 2d UliJ AND STOCK. Kentucky was mustered out in time to como home to vote und the boy who At Henderson, 10,000 bushels of corn haveeutferod at the hands of incompe- sold at 25c. tent and venal olllcials are going to give Foil Salb. U cattle. J. the administration a whack by voting B. Foster, Stanford. for George G. Gilbert. F. K. Tribblo sold to Gillisple, of Garrard, 20 long yearlings ut Ue. BY voting for the bond issue, you will W. C. Greening bought of S. II. reduce present taxation and let those Baughman six thoroughbred horse for who come after us bear some of the 8210. burdens that this generation has borne A bunch of feeders for sale. Address in building and buying pikes. Lincoln A. D. Root or J. S. Muiphy, Jr., m in-vit- -n 703-poun- d IF YOU WANT Your dollar's worth you can surely get it now. We have just returned from the ket where we purchased another large lot of mar- Hosiery, well-know- Underwear, Blankets, Gloves, &c, to-da- y From the U. A G. Feeder House. This house is retiring from business and our goods were bought of thera at a great s icrilico and you get the benefit. Wo have many goods that you are bound to have nnd this is yoilr opportunity to get them at wholesale prices. Wo open more elegant Dress Patterns, E'ancy Silks, Silk and Wool Novelties for Waists, Black S.Uins, Surahs, Velvets, Ac. Remember flno Drcs Goods U our specialty. We open to day n big lot of Misses', and Children's Hats and Caps, Infant's Silk Embroidered Caps and Bonnets and something new and pleasing in the Millinery line. When you know Mrs. Dudlerar is our trimmer that We open is sulllclcnt Men's and Boys' High Lace Shoe3, Hunting Shoes, Boots, JFlnnnel Shirts, Drcsn Shirts, Hats. Caps, Ac. This is a rare opportunity to buy goods? The profits are pinched until they squeal, but they cry out for your benefit. n to-da- y JOHN P. JONES. ySirvf;W,' 5Y3i i,vwlii.viiAMi4yjt..:i'vl:0ci'M!.ix7'lKK)Z! IN FULL BLAST. m mI i Tur-nerovill- o. our Fall and AVinter Trade. "We enter the month of Xovember with all lines complete, and yc are anxious to show you our goods. Hundreds of Ts trotters and j acers in the Vil & liguFarm string won $30,l.'l7 In the Nino m TUB docket of the circuit court has been filed for printing by Clork J. F. Iloldam. it embraces 73 common- wealth casus mostly against liquor law violators, 1 i ordinary, 27 ordinary 17 equity appearances and 105 equity casus. There is no murder case on the docket and only three suits for divorce. re- - turned from Lexington yestordny, companied by Lt. John It. Thomas.who will spend a few days with him. ac- K ItF.V. AND MltS. S. M. ItANKIX invito the young jteopl of their ik- gallon to a reception at the matise tonight, Tuesday, from 7 to 10:30. C. H. ItKtl), who has been oft with his This Harrodsburg bayings' report of , - visiting his imrents at race the fiscal court doings, shows thut nu Hustonvllle. MUw Lutlu Vundevort, of appropriation of il2" wa voted to supCovington, is also a guest at Mr. S. II. plement the solury of Commonwealth Reld's. Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr , provided It II. GlVKXS, who baa beer, visiting such ot thu other counties, Boyle, Garhis father, Mr. George Miller Given, rard and Lincoln agree to contribute a returned to his buggngo run between liku sum. Those amounts added to Montgomery, Ala., and Now Orleans what tho Commonwealth's attorney Friday. Usually gets, makes his salary about hoi-Mts- Box. it. C. WaKKKX tilled his appointment at Bee Lick Saturday and spoke to as lnrgea crowd ns tho house would hold. There were many pros-ofrom Pulaski and he got in a good word for Hobson and Tye, whllo excellent reasons for thu uloc- Uon of Mr. Gilbert. .Mr. Vurron tells us thai tho people of that section will be at, the polls and vote right. ut pre-settli- I.- campaign of this year. O. P. Huffman bought of E. P Woods a bunch of fat hogs at 3c and of F. K. Tribblo a bunch at 3c. Wills fc Broadwell, of Cynthiana, bought 51 yearling mules nt a little less than s.'k"). Owenton Herald. An Ohio man has succeeded in propagating a vlneless sweet potato, 6wectcr aud better than the old kind. Hardin. J. Stono Walker bought tho three Dkmockats you have a patriotic duty furra owned by J. W. Herndon, of to perform next Tuesday. Go to tho Madison, aggregating 912 acres, for polls aud show McKlnley what you 23,760. think of the way your sons und your Thompson & Brown, of the Preach friends wero murdored by thu negli- crsville section, sold to Garrard county gence nnd Incompetence of the officers, parties 50 steers at 'ii to he appointed solely for political purcent. poses, by voting for Gilbert, who will r.mmoit, .Mciyormacx nas iraucu nis In turn, voto for a full Investigation of farm of 217 acres to W. B. Hill for tho his methods. Maj. Jones placo near Mt. Salem und to boot. gets TiiElti: seems to be cumulative English sparrows are destroying all that there was more desire to tho sorghum seed in Toncessoo. They nominate Gilbert than to elect him. So aro In great droves and are ulvlng farfar tho only work done in this county mers much trouble. for him has been doue by lions. R. C. Jonas Weihl bought 300 oxportcattlo Warren and M. F. North, original Wednesday in Fleming county at 41 to McCreary men. If the original Gilbert 1.70. They will be delivered in Nomen have done, are doing or will do any vember. Paris News. thing to elect him, the tact doe not W. E. Spiers, of Glen Falls, N. Y., appear. As tiio election Is just a week bought the tauious trotting stallion otr, they had better be getting n move Directum, 2:05J, from the Green estute, on themselves. Unfortunately a nomipaying i!W,000 in gold coin. n nation is no longer equivalent to olec-tioTliomns Metcalf has 100 acres of and work aud vigilance havo to corn that will average 20 ban els to the take the placo of satistled assurance. acre, is said to be tho best crop of two-year-- i Delighted I n I Customers Have gone from our Store since we placed our Large Stock on sale, Sept. loth. Come Soon "While the stock is complete. 1 'r &&" SOV3. SEVERANCE w.tMii' tt:iwriwtj2yi?' JiKMroit::2wii F ci,-i0- evi-don- "iff U Vtl! K3MX T 0 Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Ton 1'er Cent. Lower Than An body. v See Us 15eforo You Buy. RELIGIOUS MATTERS. corn ever raised in Ills neighborhood. lt LOCAL 11APPESINBS, $2,000 u yer. 1 OX our editorial pagu is part of tho weather has prevailed Is congressional ballot, showing where to for several days, but fair and warmer make tho cross o us to votu for Gilpromised for today. bert. A there is only one candidate Failm for sale, containing l0 acros.tn to the party, however, a cross in tho Daviess county. Address J. C. Flor- square opposite tho mime will do just ence, Stanford, Ky. as well. After you have marked for Gilbert, bo sure aud mark In tho square MOXBY.To loan on real cstato at o labelled "Ves" just below tho ticket. per cent. Address W. S. Lawwill, That will record your voto for tho bond a Attorney, Danville, Ky issue, and that nil honest men should N. will do, cswclally those who voted to free L. It Is reported that tho on Jan. I rcstoro tho remaining o por tho pikes. cent, of reduction in wages a few years Foil TltlAL. Shorltr B. P. Whito and Deputies Whito and Hollon, of OLD BUSTBlt, tho sorrel pony Ed- Clay, camo hore Sunday for J. B. Barward Cooper has buou riding, died last rett and Jamo Baker, wiio havo boon They havo boon week ut tho remarkublu age of 510. Ho hore for had been in tho Cook family for 32 Indicted for complicity in the murder of William Howard and will be tried at year. r . Manchostor at tho present term of Tin: members of tho Lincoln county court. Tom linker, who is also In jail democratic committee nro requested to hore, got a life sontencc, it will be .' mnnt, lit Hon, 11. C. Warren' olllco In for tho murder of White Stanford ut l o'oIooK weunosuny nuer-noo- and his case has been taken to the court Nov. 2nd. John W. Holmes, of appeals. Both Barrett and Baker chairman. wore nu uneasy air when thoy left. Octoroons Shcritr White, who was reported shot Tim entertainment by tho illil not draw u very largo crowd, by Bob Lucas at Manchester several though lt was u crodltublo one Mis days ago, told an I. J. reporter that Uattlo Rodraon, of Louisville, a lino there were no grounds for tho report wus also uo truth in thu lngcr and n good skirt dancor, usslst-c- d und that there much statement sent out thut Sam II. Kush In tho porformanco und got COLD, gloomy D. C. Yazell, aged Nt years, a minister of tho Christian church for 50 your, t safo-koopi- ng. died in Mason county. Esther 8:0 is the longest verse In the Bible aud John 11:.'I. is tho shortest. Ono has 00, tho other, two words. The Rev. Samuel Mutchmore is no more. Ho died In Philadelphia whoro he has held a pastorate siuco leaving Louisville. Tho foot washing Baptist will dedicate a church at Sinking Valley, Knox county, next Sunday, at which time thoy will celebrate the Lord's Supper and have a feet washing. Secretary Miss Anno Shanks nsks us to say that the C. W. B. M. will meet in tho lecture room of the Christian church this, Tuesday, afternoon at 2:JW, instead of Wednesday afternoon. 0 Tho Kentucky synod represent" 20,-00- Jessamine J ourual. Sales of two car loads of hogs at 3. 10, hollers ut Hi, corn at $1.25, 3,000 do.on eggs at lie, turkey at 5c and clover seed at S2.N3 a busnel are noted in the Uarrodsburg Democrat. William C. Whitney, tho ex secretary of the navy aud lover of line horses, has decided to buy a furm in tho Bluegrass region to be used as a 0. K. WEAKEN & SOV. a Km Buy as your Winter's Supply of Conl breeding establishment. Forestus Reld drives tho Ilncst team in the county. It is a pair of bay mares, both beauties und they can stop a mile to the pole in less than three minutes. Besides thi4 pair he has throe other spaus which ho drives to town occa sionally. D. BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. ' Remember wo take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal M a communicants. It own Central University, at Richmond, and academies at Jackson, Elizabetbtowu and Mlddlesboro, and a theological somln- - n, had shot a man. ary In Louisville. Rev. W. K. Forsythe, of Corbin, on ills return from tho Synod, stopped off Itov. S. M. with his coliego-mat- e, Rankin and preached for him at the Presbyterian church Sunday, delighting all who heard him. At tho meetlug of the synod at Carlisle, Dr. Harvey Glass, D. D., McCreary and Rev. Juspar K. Smith wero elected curators of Central Unl- ex-Go- 'v. acres of bluegrass land, known as tho Barnctt place, to II. B. Dillingham at 502.50, and to Dunn Bros., of Burkcsvillc, 180 acres at S40.30. Tho first named tract cost Mr. Parrlsh $05 an acre whon he bought it a few year ago and ho had greatly improved tho placo. The liar-vo- y Cobb farm of 215 acres was bought by Ed Baxter at $33. Cosby & Wagers sold to John F. Wagers 70 feeders, weight 1,050, at 4c Richmond Regis ter. The National Fox Hunt will bo held Bowling Green, Nov. 15. Tho initiation fee Is i'l und the dues tho same. Tho Second Day Advontlsts are preparing to build a church at Hopkins-vlllM. Chonault sold 01 r J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. o. I tv i !jifaMa98ittt fc.V4' KMZjfi j.-- . 'iMlr j.2v, - fW$" jJrT' npK- PT&, -- ' V. M1DDLEBUR6, NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. For Sale or Rent, Farm For ESTRAY HORSE. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL NOTICE. Tlio Tnrnier llniik.V Trust Co., located ut Stanford. In tliu Sttitn of Kentucky, doting up Itt iilTutr). All creditor?, of enld Hunk nro hereby notified to tholr elaliimiyulint wild Hank for pny I r-- a meeting at the Baptist church in the near future, ilo will probably be assist3Sa1oli.eSi.d.TMaoA&3' an4rxldav ed by Cupt. Green, of tho 2d Kentucky. both good preachers and tho .A-VANOK They arcwill doubtless bo an InterestPKU YKAH meeting ing ono. When not opalda32.GO will e charged. J. C. Coulter went to Casey Creek Wednesday to buy cattle. Jason Wesi ley is laid up with rheumatism and his I' smn IgMI KENTUCKY CENTRAL No. 5 ArrrlTesat Stanford at No. I LraTC Stanford at No. 21 Arrives at Rowland at No. 22 LcaTw Stanford at - TIME y mi Hi DAV. . DIVISION. a. h. 2tl0 a. m. 1:08 P. l. C. M. Bottomloy, of Burgin. has filed a petition In bankruptcy. Mrs. F. K. Sutton, of Garrard, died Rent. Small Friday after a short illness. I wish to rent for tv,i n farm of V acre, three FOR RKNT--189- 9. miles James Payne, who cut Leonard Nave pike. front Uanrllle on the U.iiiTllle nnd Manlnrd Improvement falrlv rkxI, loclutlltiR honvi in Garrard, was acquitted. of 7 room. Address It. T l.Kwt, Mnnford, Ky. SO acre of lan J, good lioitefl room, large ham, Esom Burgin, 75, died suddenly of good . . . . .... :...-- acru 10 wvr i wneat. - on Jonn m. .mo run llivlnnlns Nor. r jnV vlMlrr wagon In 1st, I willnnd It a or 12 apple orchard, in with tdeutr nf small fruit. 1U heart diseaso at Richmond. Mnnford Ur I A I will lie glad to furnish tlmo with lEoberts, Stanford, or write to tail me W. F. Dykes has been appointed tulmrlrt, and (.. T. MfllOUKIlTS. v milk who hare to luty. Ordrr lclt with J. II llrodhcad, Ky. postmaster at Hall. Pulaski county. Meter will rewire prompt attention J. II. Oavk.mhcii. R. F. Grayproprictor of tho North dismissed. Ed Keeney, school has been FARM FOR of the 3rd Kentucky Cavalry, has been Point Jelllco Co., died at Grays, aged ISO Acres, well watered and In flue state of cnltlta-Ho! Two dwelling house, good tutrns. utvhsrd, mustered out, and is at homo with his 3o. Ac. I'orn and haycniiean lxlouKlit. lV.eMlon Gcorgo W. Walt defeated J. M. Richfather and Bisters. my farm and helm In ld health glten to suit piirchaer. Call on or addre, J C. llarlm; nM George U. Jeter has announced him- ardson for treasurer of Pulaski county I will sll publicly on THURSDAY, NOV. a, loll", MiCI.AItY,Mnlotd, Ky. from Maiifonl, the Marrow farm 1' Kcv. George W. ferryman will hold Came, to my house IM. Mh, a hay mire 4 year My liouv and lot containing Two Acre Mtuatod on DatiTllle Aro, Manfonl, Ky. New rnttnjto; hot-e- r oM. about 13 hands hltth.shod all nroitnd nnd look W.M Wharton, to like she hi had fistula. MOSER. falling well of water. Mr. Mamie illlert Crock. incut. J. 11. OWSI.KV, Cnliler - Tho Lincoln County National llauk, of l Stanford. Ivy., linn tho rartnein Hank A: Tro-- t Co.. of Stanford. Ky., nnd Ims nuniMl nil Its llahllltle, usi;t and cutiru buslm. aiuvi-wltM- S. PUBLIC SALE 1 SALEIsvSS JJ-li- J. II, II. SHANKH, OWSIXY, Cnslilor Prtldcnt, LOUISVILLE HOTEL Loulsvillo, Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN MiANH. self a eandldato 12:00 3:40 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. 12 37 p in .... No. 24 Train going North 2 41am ' Ho. !fi 1 43 a in " outh Ho. 25 " . ' il V'm 23 " Ko. For alllPoinu. nO'IOH TICKCTS SOLI). HAGOAOE CHECKED T11KOUGH. For any Information enquire ol - JOK S. IUCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT t- AND CINCINNATI. - I- -1 ? Trains leavo Frankfort at (1:30 a. m. and 3 r. .v., onnectiiiK ul Georgetown with (J. A C. and reachand lea Varls at 8:40 a. m. p. m.,5:10 r. m. Iave rarisconnecting at Ueorgfat a: 20 a. m and 3:30 town with Q. A. C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 . n. A.M. and NEWTON, A. O. i a. JOSEPH R. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 12 02 p in No. 2 North...... 111pm Ho. 1 South " - 3 41am " 1149 am Ho. 8 131pm " 5 " No. lllSain " 6 " ...... 8 05pm "10 ....600am Wo. 9 No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 ato only for pacn-oer- s from South of iomcret. 9 and 10 run no than Junction City and 5 and C only to Somerset. run-th- '.I. P I RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. . h Safguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest BOTAl BAKIHO IK. it trv Mr. Mills a twist. Mr. Jeter Is a good democrat, though not an offensive oue, and is onoof the best qualified men in the county. Should ho bo elected the people can rest assured that the work of assessing the county will bo well done, and not gucs?cd at, as has been the custom in several instances. Rev. Johnson and wife aro still holding forth at tho Methodist church. Good crowds attend each service and standing room Is sometimes at a prom-iuWo learn that the preaching while, not above tho average, Is good enough for us Caseyltes. Hut tho song service is very interesting and seems to be tho drawing card. There have been a few conversions, but nonnotifications that have boon heard of to dato. Tho meeting will probably hold through this week. Out at Mt. Ollvo tho other night, Rev. Gillum. pastor of tho Christian church, preached a discourse in which he seems to have given his congregation a general shaking up. Two prominent members got up and left the house, but returned after services when some hot words were passed. In his sermon Rev. Gillum bniught charges against a number of members and five serious ones against one of tho ciders, who had made himself very prominent in religious gatherings in that section. The next day tho offending elder carao forward and "acknowledged the corn," resigned his office and begged forgiveness of the church, which was granted, and then all went well. Rev. Gillum seems to be of that class of preachers that hew to the lino regardless of the falling of tho chips, antf he wl.ll bo endorsed by all right thinking people. Preachers as a rule aro a little too "mealy mouthed" nowadays, and preach too much to tickle the ear. for assessor and will five to four. Will Combs, tho slayer of Wild Bill Turner, of Bell county, was captured in Knox county. F. M. 'Bower, of Boyle, has a good s 2cond crop of raspberries, which are very largo and line. Gov. Bradley pardoned Emma Clark, a Madis-ocounty woman, sent to jail in default of $100 fine in tho city court. Klrt Sbeltou, who burned tho residence of Mrs. John Coffey, at Greenwood, was given four years at Somer- tulle at tho Mick following propcrtv: 8 work brood mare- -, ling mare mule colt, Jer-e-r mil cow, 17 shoat, list nhock fodder, more or lew, mca.ured at the bep all the fodder and all my I'armiiitf ImpleI will soil privately mv homo on Ihiuvlllo e wagon, ro.id ert, I net ment 1 miles front Stanford. Coiitntno The I.nilles ltcHtatirnnt in tlic HnuM in wagon hsrtieM, plow pear. McCorntaek Hinder, tdku, ViV, ucnw, U wall linprovcil and one of tho tho city. iH'erlug Mower, Thorns Unke, eorn iTher Ar. Every convenience for Imlie iilwut town. Tkhjih All sumsof ill) and uuder, cnh; orer nloost plnoe. GrvtMibiTry HlxMiiling ilic tiny in tho city. 4U that a credit of M day without interest. Negotia Hrlcht. Mnnford. Kv. (.iuntlum-n'i- t Cnfu on olllce lloor. l. ble note tuyable lit hank Mle will Ixvtii at WII.1.IAJ T.ltKINS. 60 1 Nice Home For Sale l'l two-hor- . 1 PUBLIC SALE will sell publicly at tuy farm ble, Ky., on I I ! Saw Mill For Sale. m re THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Kvuniiif. set. The Somerset Reporter says that George Dalton and Taylor Burton have made over 5.000 gallons of this year. Mrs. John Newell, of tho Bronston section of Pulaski, died last weok. She was tho mother of Mrs. Chas. Adams, of Somerset. A spark from Aaron Blanton's pipe yet tire to his barn near Speedwoll, Madison county, and it burned, causing a loss of 31,000. Tho Colycr trial at Somerset wus continued till yesterday and the sheriff ordered to bring in 100 men to bo examined for jurors. B. W. S. Huffaker, who died In the asylum at Lakeland, was at one time police judge of Monticello nnd also in the Senate and Legislature at different times. Robert J. Snyder, for years a druggist in Louisville and au uncle of Mrs. James T. Carson, is dead, aged 77. Ills son arrived from Port Rico In time to shucked, and other thing Hon. SO horao kwit Holler nil In pood ruiitilti);or dor with ti fHKx I'arm :ui(l l uoreof Tlmtar. UimxI. tiulldlnj;, rchmI wntt-r- , (JiKd Morv In ooniieo-tloproterty Uit houehnd and lha following farming Implement, Includingkltcli- - fruits nnd vlnynnl. for two fiitntllex. I'or A pood'lmrKiilti new eu tiirnitnre, wc- - full p.irlli'titiir-- . cull on the owner. Ilcerlng Hinder, Mower. llay liake 8 J Osi. WI l.l.l MANN, ons one new, several palrsid work mule, IVJ feed- Cl-log aim sioeK came, i iiiuyRem. ir JiimNi. P O.. Lincoln Co., Kv. tin) barrel corn at shock, ings, milk ews. culve. Willi I'luner, Ho.Siiw, Kip Pnw. Hnnil nvr. tulle from Hub. Corn Mill. IVwl Mill, Ac, Now 12!W KiilMiio. Mn linger. Music - TiiohiI.iv, TliiiisJiiy anii Sun.lar Thursday, Nov. xolli, '98, Iiti u. FIRE INSURANCE nt too tiuiucrou to men Tkhm. Shiu 510 aud under. oa!i In hand, over that, credit till Jan 1, 'W, wltimut lnten-t- , nego- Is hereby plvon to all )HrotiH lioldln I.I tj -tiable note payable In bank. coin County Honil of aerie lSs. i'ept. Jl, to Ir. S1 l.-proont sumo to the ttnderlKiid (.Vimnilt-to- o for imviiicnt. ThU October 17, IStw. J AS. V. HAU.KV. Stanford Rssiiencs Propsrty For (ale. (.KO. 11. COOITU, HAKVr.VHKI.M. I'otnnillteo NOTICE. .. Insurance Company OF KKOOKLYN, PHISNaO: : On Saturday, Dec. 3, 1898, Vt2r. M. on the premtv-- , I Caledonian Insurance will sell at puMIe am tlou to the highest bidder my dxiraWe rcl- tlemv, ana the grooml thereto attained, on pan the l'uhllc tllle Mreel In Mauford, Ky , School grounds, Hustonvillo, - - 'I he rwlilenee with jmd and ganlen and out hulldlnft will tlrst taollered separate!, and then the remaining laud, aUiut four acre, lying In the Offers his ol U'el I i coin rearaud on tho line of the pnoed new street. and Casey counties. to the hi,ol Cotinssud JCask. Kull stock ottered aa a whole, The entire incrty will then eUalwarsou hand. and that tM accepted which yield the most mon1). S. Carpenter. Manager. M will U gl ey. I mmediato poeloii of the upon hi compliance with the en the purchaser cosh, the reterms of mIc, which ar mainder In il and 12 months, cpial lii.tallments lMrliigi". percent snteret from day of sale, and eiideuceil hr uoles with iwrwiial Miurlty. A lien also retained for deferreil inyment. Wo nro In the trade nlth rail llrnurli and This plate is one of the lint dclraMe lioimM In other good Coiil. AImi Hay, C'tiru, ().it. the (It) of Stanford. MAItY 11 YAllMiN, I'lour, c. WonUo liutullii Hrlek tdfr. and Hand. Kuineii)Ur u tuki rami bid hira goodbye. In ticluttigi. I'mmpt tlollvory nnd attention to nil order. Uflleo and m;uUm In a letter to tho Louisville Times, I,. A: N. ileitot. lYlfcliofit) No. II. Judge W. L. Brown says tho report of AexerHtoruf the will of John C, Hill, defeat- lloar I'KIMtl.N A I'KSCR V.B. We a No curry 'wlnjf Mucliiues. the shooting of Sheriff White and Sam ed, we will on I'nru and Attacbmtmu uml do nil kind of Kash is untrue, and adds: J. T. SUTTON, Undortnlcer, sttIc Co,, oi Scotland. IfOUNDlCD 1HOO. oitllo Kentucky RB.MAHONY.Agt, 6 1 plv KTANroitP, KV ouo-tlil- NOTICE. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., Ih I'ro-diic- U PUBLIC SALE&RENTING county have justice. She Is now in peace, and I believe will remain so. "Let Clay KctclvlnhlMFall And Tuesday, Novombor I, 1808 On 1 1 repairing. ou xnenacers to health of the present day. POWDtR CO., HEW YORK. 3 pood milk cows aud calTe, Ir. llullion I notice, sir, that you dry cow, yearling heifer. HOW SOLDIERS GET WATER. call to see my daughter quite frequent t tat hiv and I sow and plff. corn, 1M shock of Alxiut TA barrels Corporal Binks: "I have tho honor ly; and ns she er nppears to be fa corn will be ahucVeil of measiireil at the fldec,I! heap, and In vorably impressed by you, I think I stark of har, I straw stick, lot of to report, sir, that a patient in No. 2 is lHi(y have n right to inquire concerning stKk, I the farmliib; wagon, I k1 livelier atxl all mil Iniiilrliieuts. with hollerln' for a drink." 1 to-1ior, har-iif.- rirluht I'rosppota. thepremle near Marwol,'seil to ihr highest Milder all the proin! pro.'rtyl which he Jleil )sM.-- rriL'sl.tttiK of Iimk1 msrr In f,l to Jack. 2 gt good two-ye- Vinicr GoocIn. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. 11 old horse. THE CYCLONE. 7A1TKE& 3B03., M:SI1P.IZ7. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. I' b f Surgeon In charge: "Very well, make out a requisition on the steward for a bucket of water." MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Z.aucaster, : Kentucky. of Corporal Binks: "The steward Is out buckets, sir." Surgeon: "Request the steward to Newly furnished; clean beds: eplcnded Porters make a requisition on the commissary table. Everything 89 meet all trains. for oncdialf dozen buckets." Binks: "The commissary has reportA. S. PUHCE, ed, sir, that there are no means of getting the buckets here." Surgeon Surgeon: "Where are they?" Dentist, Binks: uAt the freight depot half a gtUiuforcI, Ky, mile down the road." Surgeon: "Ask Capt. Swifter to detail OOioBorer Jlcllottrts' Prus Store In theKOwsley HlllldlDS. a corporal's guard to take' a band-ca- r and go after those buckets." are all In Binks: "The hand-ca- rs X)R. use, sir, carrying ilrowood for General Whooper's headquarters." S Surgeon: "That's bad. The only thing we can do, then, Is to get a mule. I'll have to send to the war department for that. Yes, I'll make a requisition an this afternoon, Dentist, Stanford, Ky. answer from theand we may expect the department abaut ifc McKInuey's Ofllco over Wgglns Store. So'lcIU ii bliure of tho patronage, of tho com- first of the month. Then, if its favorSO munity. ably considered, we'll get tho buckets up here in a hurry." Binks: "And the fellow who is hol JX-JrtcCkAlerln' for a drink." Y Surgeon, "You tell him we are doing tho very best we can." Binks: "Yes sir, all right, sir." Cleveland Plaindcaler. Mason Hotel first-claa- a. your prospects. day. Young Man I shall be rich soma tinttlHicf titrKeys clilcveiis, etc We will at the Mine time and 4fe. the hotivtmlil and kitchen fHrninire, 1st of iiltry j been secretly married, and she has. promised me half you leave." X. Y. Veekly. All the Symptom. They had wntched the couple for sev- "I nm glad to hear that." "Yes. Your daughter nnd 1 hnve If imt rent-e- l The Wore rent the farm fsrw (Vintals alxmt lot are, Hitly In grass, the m1wI land to tfo In wheat aboiil lAanti, will U fore day of sale, the renter of farm being entitled totwo-tblid- s nf tho heat at the thresher. l'ersons wlhinic to rent the taim ran all on the premlMiaiM u eltber of the uinlerjlnl. lWeet4iMi then on day of sale frlie yr I. li Wo have Just opened up new W. T. TICK Kit. l.'HTMtWS. eral minutes. "He has just about reached the point cf proposing," suld one of them, nt Election On Bond Issue. To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. Special Term Lincoln county fiscal court hidd Ttiewlnv, Aug. Ngg that?" asked the other. "Because he is so nervous and she is so Chicago I'ost. ." Inst. "How do you know Percales, Dress Goods, Comforts, Blankets, &c. Fruits, Flowers, Shade! Capital Stcsk SIOO.OCO. Sarjlai, 515.750 P. W. CARTER, A .11 The tenor made a bet, .Vnd lie did not fall to win It, One of ills locs-lraw- n notea Ho could hold for half nmlnuto. I have done better still. And without a bet to cheer; One of his Ionj?Mlrnwn notes I have held now for a j car. . no of Note. Judse. rOL'I.IJ GUT AXOTIimt IIV'SIIA.M). mWZ M-- i"V k! i And Dealer in There tire queer signs displayed In every city, which llnd their way Into print, but the palm Is yielded to tho following which has drifted in from the far Ktist: Mrs. Marshall, un indigent widow, went Into the laundry business on a small scale. She had her sign painted i upon the shutters of her front window like this: No, Mrs. Mar Lit All Work Done. Open See Specimens 1 S I HAE1T33S, SADDLERY, &0. STANFORD, KY. shall. undress Punctually Sister I nm going to got n divorce. Urothcr Can't you get along with your husband? Sister I can, but the cook can't. Philadelphia Press, v s 11 Aa n Spct'Iiil CoiiocnnIoii. nt 7 o'clock. "You'll bo corry for thin!" tho horsethlef in this window. oricd, "I'm a man of the highest pedigree!" The next morning, when dho went leuder rejillcd. out to eoe what caused the crowd In "Well, that'n all right," the family tree." "We'll luiriK you on your Chicago Tribune. wai.tlng there she found that the left hand blind had been blown back by the KverybiMl)- - Ciiii Help. wind, nnd tho sign hardly read as she Crimsonbeak No one can feci dismeant it should, although it accounted couraged about tills war business. c)) lKJgljitaa&luiiiii $Mr ( I'vcryonc can help u little. y . for the presence of the crowd, Yeast How to'i "Well, If n man enn't go to the front Chcupcr coffee will probably he one and lick a few Spaniards, he can stay n of tho results of tho war. The finest coffee in tho world is at home and lick the wnr revenue grown In Porto Rico, Cuba and the btnmps." Youkers Statesman. elKl'bor.iooil Philippines, and under the (stimulation Butcher You've got rIx or eight of American enterprise, these countries vMf tilUlil will, within a few years, bo able to IVII tWtl Uk.1! sIMI Mrs. SJImdlet Yes. They, came yesaupply the world with coffee. terday. IIow did you know? Butcher I noticed you was buying Tho smallest man who ever lived was probably the dwarf Hebe, born in half a pound more of everything. N. Frank J. Recti, Gen. Pass. Agt., Y. Weekly. K. II. Ilacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. Franco In 1740. Ilo was just 20 Inches tall and eight pounds In weight when W.I. MeDoel, Vlce.I'res.& Gen. A woman In tho lull at Atlanta gave Cliarlea II, Rockwell Traffic Mgr, full grown. birth to twins. TAKE THE Tlie Popular Route to Spanish-America- Chicago. )ii Xit. (. I KUli, lfe'JS, Hon. Jax. P.'Hailey, Jtiilpc, present, with the following , IMMICTORS, J indices of tho Puiicj, jirocnt. BLUE Q3A5S 1JUBSEBIE3. FALL 'S3. F. RrM, Unrola Co.; J. W. HaT.lsn, Stanlord W. A CofiVy, W. I). Wnlllii, J. S.T, Harris, S. II. IWoiihwaii, II. Ilninen iintlJ. A. Singleton. J S: linker. T I. Hill. W l. Walton ' A motion vni niaiii', sccoinlud and W. A. Trlbhlv, Ilverv thing for Orchard. Lawn and Collar .Crali OrchM all of the Justices having voted yen, I'rult and Ornumciitiil Tri'i-- .. IuiiIh, J. II D.UIiuurv, ManfeKl, M. J. Jllllr, Mt. Vrruon. M, tlint au eluction be anil (lie nine is Hoe, VliiiH,. tmill I'rult". Ulmlwirb. Antmr-ag- u orncsss. and all stHk crown In tmrvritw. Vrl- hereby called to bo held at the next regular election in Lincoln county, which does c'n reasonable as wo employ no aenti. Do. J S. lfocker, I'resl.lcnl; J. J Meltlrta Caibl a a MrKinn7.AsliautPah-r- . uiiiiricntlon to not occur in (iO days from this date, to (.ciliitlvr 'italotfuo on 111 M.KNMKVni!. II. I' wit: On thu 8th day of November, IhllS, (fll) TelupiionoSTif. Lexington. Ky. to ascertain whether or not the legal voters of Lincoln county are in favor of empowering aud authorizing the Fincnl Host Hue to and from court of Bait! county to issue and hell no tlioii-utSM.OOO. exceeding doll lira worth of bond from time to time within thu constitutional limitations for HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Ai All points In Michigan, the purpose of purchnsing nnd maintain SURGEON, ing the turnpike roads of Lincoln county free of toll to the traveling public, Hid - bonds to hear interest not exceeding M Whlto City SjHieinl. Olllco ovor Illgfjlns & McKlnnuy ' Storn. annupur cent per nnniini, p.iynli'et-onii- . Ilest Terminal Matiou, ally witit cuti)ons attached, to hu in of not loss than one hundred, $100, dollars, nor more than one thousand, 81,000, tlollais, to run not more Avoiding the Tuuiiol. than SO years, nnd to be redeemed within that time, at the pletiMiro of tho court, 71 and to be sold at not less rhau par value. The.Sheriff of Lincoln county in direct Wagner Sleeping Cars ed to tulverthu hi id election ami the ob. ject thereof, for nl least !',0 days before hew-'-y-ohie:hand in tho INTKRtOK .iouunal, a newspaper published in Stanford, Ky , ami HulTct I'arlor Cars. "Wagner Sleeping albn by printed linnd-h- i la noMcd up at Cars I'rivate. Compartment Garb, not ie.ss than four public places in each Conchas aud Dining Cars. voting precinct of Lincoln cottutv, and at Ifc mire your tickets read via DIG FOUK the court hott-- e door in Stanford, Ky. All legal voterH of Lincoln county hall i: O.McCOItMIUK'. I). II MAHTKV, he priviledged to vote at raid election. I'a&. 'I rnllic Mgr, (!en. Pass ATkt. Agt. Tho tauic officers that hold the lugiuar OIXCINNATI, (). election fdiull hold this election, which held in accordance in all re.eets bo with the general election laws of this State, and at nil the regular voting placet, in Lincoln county. The question "ate you injavor of issu tiii: lug homlri for the purcliatcmd mainte- Are only kccwhI in importance inipo to Druga nance of the turnpike road of this conn GBEOTBST SYSTEM. tv free .of toll to thu traveling public" nnd Medicines with us. If either nro imhiinii do printed on mo oauoi itsprovnicil ' 1'KNETUATF.S bv section 145!) of the Kentucky Statute. pure they fail in their purpose and proTho officers of tlie election are directed to certify thu result thereof ns required by duce unlookcd for and undesired results. EIGHT GREAT STATES law. Our Soaps, Cosmetics, Salves, and all Kentucky, Tonncbsco, A copy attest. Virginia, Oeorcla , otll anil Sotith Carolina, Gno. 11 Clerk, other articles for lite on tho shin nro of Alabama, MlsbUnlppl. Lincoln County Court. undoubted purity nnd will n.ways do Pursuant to the foregoing order of thu as intended. Lincoln county FUcal court, which is made part of this notice, an election will llettveon LouUvlllo ant' tho South. Tho line of Perfumery nnd Toilet Wn. beheld and pol s opened nt nil the regular voting places in Lincoln county nt Jerwc carry is not equalled iu the cliy. tho next regular election, which will ho held Novcmbr 8, 1808, which election, in Urushcs, Sponges, Ktc, of excellent Each way between Louisville and Lexington all respects, will ho held in accordance witlt tlie general election laws of Ken- quality. W. A. TUK1C, a. I A tucky. Washington, I). O. 51. Owens. Sheriff, Samuel W, H. TAVLOE, A. G. P. A. Llncol n County Louisville. Ky enr-ried, iii rr trsnvtiUlw rvMtlr anj Ntforcln Its Um anil tiwiti arrrr. Aiinis ( ImllThluals, 0llWarlKs,tirul at.JlDJIri,lualssltitnl, tsrllltlrs UssHm-- to itri'.i.llors. This InstliHllon oiiclriallr rOsUUt.l as thf ! l lUnk ol SUHliml In lAS, iiidf, rrHrjaulsMi at lbNatitiil llauk ofSisnMJ In Isstt aiitlagalti rwrttaiilMMl as tlie 11 nt NslUmsl llauk ol sin(r,l in imi, u.ti (.finirxiir auuniuirrruincl tev fcr M jMrs. Il Is ItlM suppi! nowrxlil will f-l- srn ol eon.ittfc,t.o.it lnountsto tliol'nlle.1 thr ItaiiU srt m1 tho Males UorMniHMit stnl Its fcb wts are risuliiMl at Matr.1 times by grc,Hwi(l anits, thus ururtui JJIttsl nj rlt ultt Uou srrMHHiTl by Attntlen of thr puWIo Is raltnl to th firl tlist this li Hi ualj Nalleml Itsuk Iu SUnfr-l- . Vu Jff tho ruiislis 6 in tltn lUnk Aft ixitoalr hr thr M4U1 stock, ilrlllorsM-uit- . bMt lr thn stfkb.Urs' luUuijr r h iuent oiusltn the stock so that i)c.iiurs of Ibis luilllw. jr liin.l ol i'ltc I , Our-tlt'i- i. DR. R. M, PHGLPS, "Big Four Route' -- t fifty-liv- e, ul Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. Stanford, Kentucky. ST. LOTUS yV r& 303T01T. Ke-oga- nt Toilet Ircpa rations Soutnern Railway ;d Cooi-KH- ox-act- iy Through Sleeping Cars three: daily trains Penny's Drug Store. ' . .' , 4- - r SI I ji &m Z'4.Bmm.X3i "J"fe Jw T.t e