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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898110801 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. v . t X, VtTf - ff3- T,S j if-- ' - SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. RELIGIOUS INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. ICY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1898. DANVILLE. NEWS IN NO. 71 MATTERS, THE VICINAGE. ! MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 3S3 &&fc&frftgAr;,5l,rfo r-ri Rev. W. M. Hrltt will pruuch tit Mt. Hebron at '2:1)0 Sunday afternoon. A rovlvnl baa just closed at tho Drowning Creek HuptUt church with 0.) addltlonst. Kev. C. K. Marshall, of tlnrrodthurp, held a mooting at Flat Lick In Uqurbuti with 28 addition. Rev. W. M. llrltt'H sermon at the -The "Scribbler" mut with Mr. and fei m-c- n . r- TTi-i a J. H. Scott haa hecu appointed postMrs. Harriot Smith, of Monroe counkja-jj- uj ej rJ-jJU Mrs. Harry Glovunnolt Thursday ava- master ut Brannon. Jessamine county. ty, Is only 20 years old und has married iling. ' Sam Bull, who killed Joe Johnson, her fourth husband. Tho members of thu W. C. T. U. also colored, was acquitted at Somer- -' "Thomas Marshall, of Chllllcothc, O.. to have an entertainment tomo set. broke tho record by marrying In just a tlinu this month. Rudicll postolllcu in Jessamine bus week after his wife died. Mr. Harbison's dUolay of chrysan- boon discontinued, nnd mall goos to' Robert Whitfield, aged 75, and Miss themums ihl month will be the Hnost Wllmore. Ruby Moore, 72. were married at Mad-- ! ho hits ever had. Charley, son of John B. Wathen, of isonville, Ind., af ter 50 yoar.s of court- - ' Hryant Bros, aro planning to have an Lebanon, had a linger shot off while ship. Methodist church on Christian Liberality was a pood one and tt intuit huvo Ico factory In this city. Tho next hunting. If. N. Glass. 07. and Mm. Kmlk- - P. Mr Salllo Taylor, wife of William McDonald, 00, were married at Owen-togotten pretty eloso to tomo of the thing Is electric light. Mecsrs. Chas. Fox and C. II. MeUow-e- ll Taylor, died In Casey, leaving seven brothers who do not jjlvo liberally. It Is the third matrimonial venhave returned from a Ilshlng trip. children. Rev. T. I). WlthorHiHwn, pronldont ture for each. ( Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) Deputy Collector Millard West and of tho Louisville Theological Seminary, They do not report much success. Frank Hognrt, of Bellvuc, Ind., tried Tho Contre-Stat- e College game at poise destroyed two moonshine stills to poison bin wife because she rat too and for many years ono of tho most among Southern Loxi ngton Saturday was called after and 175 gallons of beer In Estill. tewnepekcleys close to an old beau while rilnglng In conspicuous figures minutes of play on account of ralo. Burglars broke into J. H. Rice's the church choir. Presbyterians, U dead after a Ion? Robinson Uuguely. son of Jacob jewelry store ut liurgin and took flvo Mrs. B. D. Smith, of Bumarisville. Illness. Mo , declares that marriage Is not a Rev. K. T. Perkins, ono of tho old- Uuguely accidentally hhot hlmeolf In watches and a lot of other jewelry. ge Send 5c in Stamps lor our Large Illustrated A baby weighing only one pound failure. She ought to know--, as she has est Kplmipul minister In Loulsvl'.lo the rluht band Friday while out huntCatalogue of Premiums offered with the Weekly Commerunnlverpivrle ing. but and healthy was born been married seven times. Sunday celebrated four Mrs. W. S. Rowland Is dangerously to the wife ol George Summa, at Richcial Gazette. Tho nuptials of Lieut. Dosha In one, tho 7"th of hi birth, the f0th o marriage, tho 60th of his ordina- 111 of typhoid fevor. Mrs. Nicholas mond. and Miss Mudge McDowell of his Published every Tuesday morning. Tho Blue Grass Grocery Co. has sold aro announced for Nov. 10. The groom tion Into tho clergy and tho ,t0th of hU McDowell, who has been very 111 for It has the most complete and reliable Market Reports. Its stock of goods at Somerset to Sam'l. Is a eon of Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge. coining to LouUvlllo to ungugc In hi tho past week, is convalescent. It is Republican to the core, but never offensive. Dr. Kly Invites tho.o who desire to W. Illeke, who managed tho storo there Carl Boelle. a Chicago musician, sho life's work In tho pulpit. days' mooting at Spring- - visit tho Mammoth Cave, to join his for some time. Its departments relating to Farming, Labor, ManufacMrs. Bertha Riedol bocau6Ubhe refused After a two Rice Bengu has swapped his livery to leave her husband and elope with W. 1'. HogoM,. pastor of tho party for Thanksgiving. Kvery Hold, Rev. turing and Legislation are ol the greatest value to every should visit this groat natural stable adjoining McRoberu' drug store htm. He then shot himself, Inillctlng Ilardstown Christian church, organised rpadpr. to James I. Hamilton for 20 mules. a fatal wound. a church, with n membership of fill, curiosity. Q It is an family newspaper. It has ten pacoinH)icl of some of tho most Inlluen-tla- l Judge Illaek and wife, of Barbour-vlll- Central Record. "Rlley Grannan and Wife," is tho wero guosU nt Caldwell College. Sprlngflold commuul-ty- . Tho Garrard county fiscal court haa way the noted raco-traA ges compactly filled with the most important news of the citizens of tho plunger wrote TW . . C M 1.1 1? i. Stow will at ouco bo taken to Dr. Spurgeon Cheek Is tho iruost of purchased tho Crab Orchard and Lan his namoon the Palace Hotel register, wnat t:ie Yl worm, ana just ...Li .1.. lamuy nresiae most enjoys. u church building at Springfield, friends In Danville. Miss McKlnley, caster turnpike for S2,."00, and the but nobody knew he was married. The erect Special inducements to club agents. Sample copies woman is said to be very handsome. and Uro. Rogers will preach for the of St. Louis, is visiting Mrs. Woolfork. gatos have been removed. mailed on application. Address Mrs. Win. T. Robinson entertained Schuyler Forbes was arrested at Capt. Vermont L. Johnson and Miss congregation ono Sunday In ouch Thursday in honor of Mrs. Ford. Madison county, on four war- Lucy N. Batchelor, who had traveled month. Record. J. W. Redford ami Thursday evening rants charging him with Illegal wh's-k- hundreds of miles to become his bride, A private In an Ohio regiment now from 8 to 12 In honor of Mies Nancy selling In Rockcastle county. wero married In Lexington, while ho tgi In lo-t- o Rico, writes: "If you want to Uuguely. Mrs. Clara Robinson, of A little daughter of Linn Frazler, of lay helpless In bed. They are from know what a grand, glorious and sugur Texas. Is tho guest of Mrs. Henry Madison, was feeding some pups, when Missouri. coated thing a womnr. la, join the army Dunn. R. W. Knstland, of Owonton, tho mother pounced upon her, biting At Soottsburg, Ind., Marlon Tyler as I did. See nothing but men from Is with relatives near Danville. Mies oil her nose and otherwise maiming shot his wife twice and then II red two morning until night. Join thu army Drnry, of Alton, 111., is the guest of her. ballots Into his own body, fatally and loif with men. eat with mon, talK Miss Kva Grant. Tom Dunn has joinPho'bo Dobbs committed suicide with wounding himself. Domestic trouble, with men, help man, carry men, walk ed his wife at Mrs. Henry Dunn's. morphine at Lexington hecnuse her followed by It makes them happy. It is n n in tho wav of Gift. separation, was the cause over men, shoot men, succor mon, too Mrs. R. Jacobs has returned from beau found out sho had a soldier lovor of the trouble. men, men, men, and nothing but mon. LoulcvUle. She attended the meeting and abused her for It. She weighed .100 Wife at U, mother at 15, grandmothLive lu a purputiuii atr.iophcre of of the Colonial Dames. Col. Nicholas pounds. er at ,'12. five times married, divorced profanity, boot smoll and to- McDowell went to Springfield to hear While hunting near Berea. John four times twicu from the same man-s- uch Fine Suits and Overcoits at prices to please you. bacco smoke and at tho ond of three hlo friend. Gov. Brown, speak. (Garrett killed a golden eagle which Is the matrimonial record of Mrs. Undeiwear for a.l. weeks you would be passionately measured six feet from tip to tip. It Mary Swearingen, of Buchanan, Mich., Pnion Suits, Night Shirts, Egyptian with tho mummy of au WAR ECHOES, was engaged In a furious battle with who is still only 40. Her fifth appliHath Roue.,Serge Suits. Top Coats, servant girl and give hor an electric crows when the hunter brought It cation for a divorce Is pending. Shirts, Shoes. Col. W. J. Bryan has gone home kU that would burn 11,000 yours of dried down. Fee our Line before you buv. W. P. Nevln, a farm hand, whoenmc hide into Unshod and vwlrety anliuu-tlon.- " sick. Tho sheriff of Madison arrested to Jessamine and married a young Suits Pressed and Cleaned. Yellow fever bus broken out among Schuylor Forbes, at Ford, on four war- woman alter a month's stay, Americans nt Havana. has beon An explosion of gas, followod lmmud-latelTho 3rd Kentucky has orders to goto rants and one capias proflne. Tho arrested for bigamy. His wife opened by a fierce lire, played huoe In oharge Is illegal miIo of whisky in a letter addressed him Matanzas, Cuba, to do garrison duty. to and fouud it Rot'kca-tl- c tho Capitol at Washington Sunday. county, and he was taken to to bo written by'another 136. OANVILLE, KY. Tho last Spanish transjMJrt inking alleged wife was wrecked Mt. Vernon for trial. The su promo court room living at Lima, O., and having a son In soldiers from Havana back to Spain Six of tho holies belonging to tl c school. aud many valuable hooka In tho court's had 100 deaths at sea. library wore destroyed by llruor haoly MIddlosboroTown & Lands Co. and Iron Pence. Capt. Thomas Richards, the genial j Cypress Shingles. Dr. Ferry H. Bonseoter, cont-a- ct dumaged by the deluge of water pound seven to the Manchester Building Co., host of tho Clomens, had a hapuy wedMirireou at Camp Hamilton, died of upon tho tlamus. Many priceless retyphoid feer. His homo l at Bloom-dal- Manchester, EnglanJ, were destroyed ding party at his house Wednesday by dynamite to chock a lire "Over tho bight. cords wero destroyed. Tho damage tQ They were. Benjamin Smlthcr) A.C.-SIHEl'a. ( thu building amounts to about $200,000. J Up to the end of October, the dis- Rhino" nt MIddlesboro. and Miss Nora Bunton, Strothor Dean1 Thomas Cain, of Grays, was probably Tho net ordinary rovonuos of the bursements of tho war and navy departand Miss Tina Bunton. all married ut government for the tiscul year ware ments, on account of tho war with fatally injured by falling slate In tho Ebonoxor that day by Rev. Dave Joifes. :Mill Work. North Jolllco Coal Company's mine?. Metal Koofmg-- . $I03,32I,H,,!.')1 au Incruaoti of i57,.'4)7,IW0 SjHiiii, & Advocate. amounted to $101,0:12,223. Ho had one log broken, was mashed previous yoar, whilo overthosuof tho Mlfs Mamie Rlley and Mr. Richard Private William Kane, Company E, the nut ordinary expenditures wore Third Kentucky, whoso home U at severely internally and was otherwise Cooper were married in tho parlors of Injured more or lo&s seriously. Sll;l,3rt3,fo- -i an Increase of $77,501, 1221. Carlisle, shot aud killed a :W 'p the homo of Rev. Father Goehrig nt woman namC. M. Randall donounced John D. Tho resulting Jetlclunoy of 13,017,217 ed Maud McClure at a houo of Jellico, Tenn. Tho groom Is an engitWhite as a liar at London Sunday be neer on the exceeds that of the preceding year by at Lexington. Jellico, Bird-ey- e Northern cause White had had an extract from 10, W 1, 703. 8 railroad, and is very popular, and tho Tho presldont has appointed half a Tho jury in tho case of Miss Mugtn-nt- s dozen colored men lo lieutenancies In a letter from Mrs. Borelng, who Is brido is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. vs. W. J. VIekory, brought In a tho regular army on account of distin- Randall's sister, published in tho Cor- Rlley, proprietors aud managers of tho News, and claimed he had author supplemental verdict that It did not guished personnl gallantry on the Hold bin Jellico hotel. ity to do so. gotting In position our big stock for I'all und Winter After receiving .Miss Laura Colson, believe sho took money from a letter at San Juan and EI Canev. daughtor of Tho Court of Appeals has atllrmed ready for tho bg trade wo aro sure to enjoy, wo are glad to know that Klizubothtown and that VIekory Judge John C. Colson. who was killed at Thirty ollleers of the decision of the Mercer circuit court was honestly mistaken. by John Dtigan, nclco of Col. D. G. i.. tho First West Virginia regiment were giving Mrs. E. A. HoooSOOO damages There arc 27 dally, 1 triweekly, ' reduced to ranks for grouping tho track agatnt tho Louisville Southern for Colson. and postmaster at MIddlesboro, 11 and Charles Herd, private secretary to '.V weekly, 2 biweekly, of tho dummy line running from thu damage to her property In Harrods And every kind but tho poor kind. We Invite you to call on us and If wo Senator Deboo. drove to Shawnee, t 20 monthly aud 2 quar- city to Camp Poland, Teiin. S burg by soot and cinders Hying from Tenn., please you. toll others, If not toll us. SHOKS. Ladles, get tho propor roe KK -- A. X. Col. Cnst'.einuu and his 1st Kentucky and were married. Tho wedterly publications hi Kentucky. which Is bro'id; tho vamp .hort. Wo can how them. Shoe-- , for uvory-b- o defendant's engines. ding was a surprise. They left at are so popular In Port Rico that the Kellogg . A. i. ly The Worth Is Um uttractlro feature. Men's Trunk. Tho Morcer National bank Is paying I Atlanta has sunilbly out oil her representative citizens thero have peti- its depositors over the counter without once for Washington. Students at tho Northwestern Unipeaeu jubilee till she can be certain tioned for thorn to remain, but It Is un- havlug.to use stamped checks and will versity in Evanston aro about to Is peace. The dutos are Dec. derstood, however, that the roglmont there thus txivo them a considerable sum, become prollcientjln will shortly be given orders to move the art of getting s:s The Leading Shoe nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. and 13. taken as a whole. You may draw out North. married. There will be a professor of II any amountyou wish aud give the bank ., 44 .."iV 4 9 $ 4 . i iw .! 'f Ji? ' Till'. Havana Limithd. Thu ttit matrimony, who will conduct mock Surgeon Ilartsiiir tolls the war Into announce train vestigating commission thut most of a receipt for same, upon which no courtships and marriages. Tho groom American railway mmm. .. am borvlco for tho especial benefit of travel the trouble about tho care of tho sick stamp is required by the government. will bo taught to pluugo Into his vest as au aat a .4Mv tTa ih at ok 4aTu r 1 at m& r rmitMmm T .mmm. - a aaaaar r,7 vaaMavaaa Damocrat. to tho West Indies has boon heard at Camp Thomas- was due to the defects pocket for tho ring and get It ut tho from. Tho Queen iV Croecent Route of tho division hospital system as esfirst attempt. The brido will be train-a- d A big sonsutlon was created in Cinare announcing a fast train known u tablished by order of Secretary Alger, cinnati, when Nnnnio Everslago was to keep tho color In her chocks and the "Florida and Havana Limited." at the expense of tho regimental hos- found dead In tho bath tub of a to look neither supremely sorrowful It will go Into service from Cincinnati pital? andoverthe protests of surgeons. Hat, occupied by Frank Wood-ro- nor Inteiiselv happy. to Tampa, Jacksonville. Miami, Mobile Tho mismanagement of tho transporleading stationer in Cincinnati. "The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune a This expouent of tation bureau of tho war department is Wood row and a bank cashier, Boyd publishes this story from Louisville: and Now Orloaiit the genuine Amorlean idea of getting so serious that out of tho entire ileet of Wessol, took Miss Everslago and Tho richest woman In Kentucky, Mrs. Into tho Hold early will be a complete II, not a single transport will he in another young woman to tho former's Mario vostibulod service, with diners, obser- readiness to movo troops to Cuba at apartments on Saturday night. Tho has jilted tho Baron von Norde, of Bervation cars, wide vestibules, electric tho lato tlmo now decided upon. In whole party got drunk, and Mlsa lin, nephew of tho lato Prince BisIn almost nnv jrraile, from 52 up. An all woo Mcintosh for II. heudllghta, and all thu paruphorualla view o'f tho expected further delay, Everslago, it Is supposed, lu an at- marck. Ho came nearly 5,000 miles of tho modern railroad train. It Is every regiment at Knoxville, Lexingover laud aud sea to claim his Blue tempt to take a bath, was drownded. ohlelly to be marked as being Jlrot In ton and Camp Meade will ho moved to Grass bride, only to find that sho had tho Hold for tho now territory which Is winter quarters irrespective of Its Abuer McKlnley thus far has "noth- changed Her mind nud preferred her just coming under tho protection of ing to say"' In regard to tho grave old Kentuck home to a castle on tho tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will Maj. Taylor, tho surgeon In charge oharges made by numerous nowspapers Rhine. Miss Good loo was a most beaumako fast time to porta named and will of tho military hospital at Atlanta, that lie used his Inlluenco with tho tiful girl, and camo from tho bluest connect with lino steamer eorvlco to tostlded that as early as Juno 23 he had war department to secure fraudulent blood of tho proud old Kontucky stock. Long Ulsters nnd Storm Collars, llegular lengths lu light and dark various porta In Cuba, l'orto Rico and applied for permission to purchaso contracts for those who employed him Their tioth was plighted, and Miss colors Jamaica. It marks a now era in rail- necessary hospital pupplles, and that or tho firm with which hols connected. Good loo promised to become tho Baroading In thlscounlry. such permission was not given until Alner MuKlnloy Is tho president's roness von Nordu whtn her lover crossAug. 1; also, that lit! cols which had brother and ono of tho slickest ducks ed the ocean to claim her as his own. BKsYVlASTKR. TI1E been ordered early In tho season had who over went iuto tho business of But tho engagement was broken by tho parents of tho young man, and tho A plceo of Hannel dampened with arrived only a day or two ago, and swindling tho government. m m Kentucky girl was told tho lovers must Chamberlain's I'aln Halm and bound wero, of course, not now needed. That Hon. Charles Offut, who in 18S3-- 4 care for each other no more. Now Mrs. on to tho atTectcd parts is superior to was a sample of his experience with red New and stylb.li, in both light colors and black, both wool and silk any phiBter. When troubled with a tape, he told tho whitewash commis- and ISS3-1- 1 was speaker of tho House Ran&om gives him tho mitten becauso lined. Prices exceedingly low, quality considered. In tho Kentucky General Assembly, he was not man enough to stand to his pain In tho chest or stdo, or a lame sion. back, give It a trial. You aro certain shot und killed himself at Omaha contract years ago to marry her. Mrs. Frederick Douglass, widow of while temporarily deranged by long to bo mora thun pleased with tho Cotton got below tho oo mark on tho prompt relief which it alfordH. Pain tho colored orator, id to go on the Illness. Ho moved to Omahu about 12 euro for rheum- lecturo platform, to deal with tho years ago, becoming attornoy thero New York Cotton Exehango Frlday.for Balm is also a certuln atism. For ealo by Craig- - & Hooker, problom of the colored race hi this for the Chicago, Burlington it Qulncy the first tlmo In tho history of that j-il- si 1 tmPii.i -- ox-p- ot The Cincinnati i I n. Weekly CommepeialGazette 132-pa- 1 , 50 CE2TTS PER TEAR well-formu- d Brock-Inrldg- Ken-tuckl- an u, up-to-dat- e - ck afu-rnoo- n y Something for the Boys 1 up-pre- :B:R,ar.A.:i::isrs ., onam-bore- d y The Globe,, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 1 e, t STANFORD, KY". r i lll-fa- m ValuelsThe Trado Loadstone d boml-weokl- y, I ': We Have Great Values to Show You Furnl.-hlng- semi-monthl- y, 1 1 II CA LOWELL & V, V 4 9 4 T WMaVa aa aat a LANIER, a at aatakajar aa aa aavaaBar nmm aat - 'f,J aa aa tmtfttmF T Hrmimmtr w a a, J ajaMaap - fash-iun..u- !e Mac Intoshes, 1 tt, Overcoats, Short Overeoats H. :J tA i r I J. McROBERTS. 1 . Druggists. country. railroad. organization. i A, JTiUtdi Asm A j1 . u l tdwtjyK'fe- .- ' J!m - V. Sir ., T. -- l1fBrfi -- TrKjpi-fv"- - aw- -!' sfs- - "r1F" -- - With an affectation of honesty that we Tun Spanish commissioners hooted Tho Legislatures elected today will imagined Hannacratorgan Incapable of, at tho idea of acceding to tho demand elect 30 totmtois and tho democrats the Louisville Commercial says it does of tho United States to surrender tho claim a majority in the next body. At not comprehend our meaning as to the Philippines for a consideration, but it present no party has a majority In tho Nov. S. 1S98 Philippines, to the acquisition or wmch ftvldnnt tbnt if the consideration Is Senate. Stanford, Ky., Senator Kcdtiold Proctor in address we are eternally opposed, if wo are to large enough Spain will gladly givo up, Is it that tliOMj who trade, with the pay as McKlnicy proposes 340,000,000 or what wo have already taken from her. ing tho Vermont Legislature said: W. P. WALTON. any sum whatever for them, "unless It They wore given till today to think "The United States must assume some is that tho thing to do is to turn Na over tho matter and will doubtless put responsibility in the far East, be it tional bandit and rob fallen foe. Tho the figure nt an amount sulllcient to greater or bu it loss. In my opinion, It United States is not ready to exert help pay her heavy dobt and continual Is bound to bo greater. Many wise citizens ndvocato tho retention of a coal might over right. It will havo what losses. ing station only In the Philippines, but belongs to It, but it will rot sack a NEWS from all over the State Is to If any jurisdiction is assumed in the; corpse." Did anybody ever? Conwho IsIumN, there is no logical stop short of sidering tho source, this assumption of the cllect that the democratsago Never trado any whore oIo7 are tho whole Philippines." fold two years fairness is most remarkable. Tho Maine str.ived from tho coming bu'Jk to their first love. If this The Now York World doesn't tnkoi is entirely forgotten, tho deaths of If It isn't, re- much stock in the Philippines. Hear! thousands of ouV soldiers ignored and is so, and It ought to bo the millions tho war havo cost us goes publican chances to olectmorethanono it. "Spain has owned the Philippines Kentucky Is as old Mil !E77 ,.ati0t Wllw tii)4 CIIUIIIIMVI vu Win! Qlttk 4ltE7 h.nii!nilikfin1 mv for naught in the eyes of this Phari- congressman In say, worse than "a hundrudsof millions In treasure and DEMOCRATIC saical apologist. Up to tho last reck- Hilly Allen used to Thoy like our courteous trentment. hundreds of thousands of lives in tho oning weeks ago, the war had cost over d d barren Ideality." rccaiiFe they nlwnyn find whnt they want vain effort to conquer them. Yet she 3104,000,000 nd the lives of 3,000 men Congress, IIccsuho wo do not roll inferior goo 1h Tiik election of Jones to tbo appel has uevor ruled any part of them exonmore, not to say anything of tho late bench today would be a calamity. Heontue they can buy cheaper thin olscw here. The"' nets , of seaooast Geoijgk G. that conast amount of suffering, caused by the Ho Is unfit in every way for the high cept a few strip-appointed for position and would bring the court Into tain cities or towns. Tho islands nro incompetence of olliccrs political purposes. These arc worth further disrepute. It is to be hoped still uncivilized, uuconquered and alTm: democratic congressional commost unexplored." of Spain's possessions, that so great a misfortune as his elecmittee takes a rosy view of the situa- more than all To assume uuy part of the Philippine y McKln-letion Is not to befall Kentucky. tion and can not sec bow it is possible with Spain thrown in, and yet debt means and his man Friday would pay her for tbo republicans to control the next 1. To pay Spain a cash indemnity for what we got by conquest. To hades House. Of the 20G members that they A tkchn'ical. mistake In 2G Indict for provoking us to war. with such a policy and to hades with have now three were acquired by a parments against gamblers caused Judge 2. To make Spain a cash apology tisan use of the machinery of the elec- such u policy maker. Barker at Louisville to dismiss the for Dewey's victory. is strange that tion committee. The opposition has The Confederates, almost to a man, whole batch. It Commonwealth's the No indemnity ! No apology ! And Hy 154 members, giving the republicans voted against at our thousands of customers and they have every wr city elects a man the proposition In Texas our miles un'li bestofall.no Philippines.! we nro recognized n the leading store In our line in Lincoln 49 over all. Provided the democrats to pension them at 33 a month. They tornev, who does not know how to draw county. We cvry the hold the districts they now have, 25 have fought the battles of lifo more or an Indictment. A call has been Issued for tobacco other changes would put the republi- less successfully since tho war, without growers to meet in Louisville on tho POLITICAL POINTS, cans iu the minority. The committee's assistance, and propose to continue to 2sth to devise means of protecilug tho advices show only 122 districts reliably do so. Pensions have made loafers of growers of tobacco from loss through says that tho Tiie Courier-Journ- al republican, 4S others nro doubtful, five a largo majority of the Fedora! survivof the trust recently republicans concede Gilbert's election. the operations of .vhich are held by the opposition, ors, who depend entirely on the money formed. Tho plan proposed Is, in The gold democrats of Now York brief, that tho growers havorcpro-sentative- s leaving 43 republican districts in which they get from the government, while We carry tho largest line of Hoon nnd Shoos the democracy has more than a fighting the Confederates have had to mako have endorsed Van Wyck for govat tho markets who will We carry the hrjet line of Furnishing Good. We oarrv the ernor. chance. The opposition is sure of ISO their living and In doing so have made j watch the price, and no leaf will be The president will urge the building ottered when tho price is going below districts. In New England the demo- me oest 01 ciwzens. . a mim,...v ah nouur mi crats will gain three and possibly five tacm' me cost ot poauction. lhu expenses I necessity. . members; in the Middle and Western of these representatives will be paid Gov. John Young Brown nnd' Asher by a tux placed upon each hoghhoad A Louisville doctor, on being sued States 23 and 14 in the South sure, with he call- - j Caruth made speeches for Ilooson and sold. a good show for 36 additional districts for divorce by his wife because in the West. The republican campaign ed her "a d d fool,' says in his answer Smith at Springfield riday. A canning factory at Owonsboro The appellate court overruled tho during tho past season put up 110,000 has been seriously embarrassed by the that ho used the adjective under ex-- j Wo carry tho lnrget lino of Clonk?. ' results of Algorism, We cury the largest line of Comforts nnd Illankeis. Hannaism, trnitiA nrovoMtlon to make his remark netltion of the sinking fund commls- cans of pears, 300,000 cans of tomatoes, more emphatic, and wishes to withdraw sioners for n rehearing in the prison 000,000 cans of corn, 100,000 cans of Quayism, Tannerisin, Plattism, One n customer nlwaymi ctmomer U the hlghost tribute to our groin nnd on other Isms and it is in a it. though he persists that the use of commission case. pumpkin. lo.OOO cans of squash, 00,000 ueaiin an.i wt lol.cil n continuance of your patronage. Cone with your huiktt sorry plight everywhere. The com- tho noun in characterizing her Is fully j Senator Gorman, of Maryland, cans of blackborrle?, 10,000 cans of and got Hnrnias. Kopictfully your, The court will doubtless say clares for Cuban independence and the cherries, 3.000 cans of poachos and mittee concludes as follows: The, republican party has been weighed in the in its award of alimony how much it retention of only a harbor and coaling cans of string beans, making a balance and found wanting. It is nec- thinks him justified in using it no mat- - station iu :he Philippines total of l.i'lSOOO cans, costing all told, Both branches of tho Vermont legls 3 IS, 000. essary for a democratic House to save te'r how discriptlve. lature passed a joint resolution Friday the country from the Gage bill and "VUlfcW UlUIUIIUUUlltOl.l VII j UUI 8 Ul When party ends are to bo served aDorovlnir President Mckinley s 1 other vicious legislation. It is neces'-sartho war department can get a move on mands for tho reteution of the Philip- I uu, wus sum, uuu KUiuu in L.tUlsvilie to have a democratic House to George, Jr. Tho murder I by his ton. 12th bring to judgment and drag to justice itself. There is a close race In theregi-- , pines. wa tho culmination of a family row The vote for governor taken in the which had extended over a thft itlmlnnlj nlis hnvn miiHiliiHnil miu Ohio district and tho 4th Ohio T. D. KINKY, .MMiinipr iment' mostly republicans, were needed 14th Neu. York rc?hnenl ruited in a several years. Diefenbach period of bravo boys who volunteered to preserve was an WaS - Vnn WwL. who It the lives of Cuban patriots. Tho poo to stem tho democratic tide. IwtCO n and a saloon tO .,(, .,1 1 fW7 vntns n.ntnt 1.17 fnr Till (Ittfl tKtnlrtnr n therefore hurried from Port Tlin ftnln. Ij li. llranch store, at I'arh, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, UnnlMown, Uwreii.-tbiikeeper. f'yuthi. ".' the scene so promptly and so quickly, Roosevelt l wna.Versanicn, Eminence, Ocotgetown, KHtabethtown. Frankfort. Mnuckport, Ind J lull before the storm. Tho extent aud' , The failure of tho United Stats to h reSldie? snail The hiirhest claim made by the ,v.m- l",s" ",u op-the magnitude of the people's victory i lbnt l!llm05t mfe to -- uo.t prompt- .tffc as they were svim, being ..u ' ntthnnlUnn ,h fi.h w Vrtl.mw like methods. ",u"t"'" v fW.w waa vw Wl, V e 'mC ' acco"ntf to xha terms of tho of a majority ean only be calculated after the vote himj 14 less than now not counting the has been cast. IN order to placate the Negroes and is CubnMf who had bcen in svmjl(UllJ. ! three seats they stole. wlth lh(J Uo, a g make a point with them, John Feland, g The whitewash commission is igno... of Owcnsboro, a' Mrs. Susie Conway, .. i i position. ring privates in the Investigation of a republican lawyer, has filed a petition- B131UI Ul. UUU. , HUJ ii uuumui ...... ..,.- upholdfor a rehearing in the decision t.hn UMlT'i mlamfinfirrnmont on1 nnln pointed by Clerk Sam J. Shackelford, Ilcce.ved at Lexington, Ky. Nov l.ISOd. examining, those officers, who theJ. I injr the ecparato coach law. As nil ho of the court of appeals, to the position A GOOD Pitted ( incinnati. O 1IOMK, concurred in the think, are afraid to tell the truth. If ."publican judges of copyist in that office. To Frtd WiTkr,ur TOR SALE I'UIVATELV. the American people are true to them-- . dec,s11n' wh.ic,h as handed down by a . ... Senator E. C. Linney, who i.. ........ ..ii ii. judge, tho incident would in uiuui nu .ii .in Hirers oi ijiii.. (?ra I olTor for al my iiod selves, they will elect a democratic and lot of achieved notoriety as the leader of tho Grorory More? to cut the life out oi the following good for one week tolct of land, lyinc one mile ......... nnn..eo u.. uu uici nuciuiiuj; limjuriuy have been marked "closed," but for the u,.ir ' republicans In the Sen- ncrean14 vuuicn u, from McKlmiey on tho JIf Kinney beg nning Saturday. Nov. fitli: Coffey', effect It will have on the election. today, and It will Investigate with n Mill ilke. atorial race last year, will be made a HUlllelent. Dnulllng gtMxIanil oulhiillillti, Ilrown Sugar 4c, Lanl (Ic, IrcriiiL a Package roflee t'c a pound, 7 Tor term, apply io mv on ttie commission whose verdict was not made On the ovo of election thinirs do not? secretary of the State board of equal jiromhtw, or to John I". Cali M TurniTs-vlllliars Tom Uuy" Soap for lUc, NcwSo.giiiiiu l!tc n gallon. up before It heard a word of testimony. iook ns ,.osy r0P jU(se Boreing as they ization. MIW. Ll'CY LEWI- II. K. LANG DON A CO., Proprietor. Let everybody remember how cruelly j mifTnt be. in faet ho Is In danger of held In 42 States Elections will bo and inhumauely tho soldiers were defeat and is said to be very much today. Ten of these elect only contreated by insompetent and venal of- alarmed. It sounds stramre to hear this gressmen. Twenty-twelect Legis 20 YEARS'BXPEIlIS170Ef fleers, appointed for political purposes, from Largest re!..!eri of fine Gmrctiet in llio world. 51 l rei iu ICoutuekv republican dls- - latures which will elect Lnited States ij ... sIPfitinivilit filiit- - ...... .M..d;itt.. ..ii tao In .... ... .. ..... null ' and voto to condemn .Mciumey and trict, but stranger things have happen- - Senators, and 31 elect governors and manner of defective cm ,lLlit .vi.vvm. .in Indiana nnd Oh o. Vn fimr.... for ijMlnjc ITtorlntions for glne Algerlne methods. partial Stato tickets. . full or W i:.EVl!KN,Mi.wjii. i ed than the election of John D. .Vhlto in lr:uiH Si,.(.tert ami ill sample.. OnlerV At Pawnee county, Okla., father. from who has more than an even chance of Main Street, Interior Journal Htiililliik'. Manfonl, Ky. The Infanta Maria Teresa has sunk mother and son are running against promptly filled. Will eal! nt wiviJf :.'?. h.jumiwn to rise no more. While being brought getting there. u,llinco without j'ttrn lisis-msismeach other for office. The democratic-- ' ,7 ;" "J? "f " ,uurtws i i;. riMVMii, ohurf lliitl- to Norfolk, a gale off San Salvado Gov. Buadlev has issued a procla- populist candidate for public weigher is clan. Hox 57. Hustonivllle. Ky . or call nt struck her umldshlps aud tore her mation Inviting all the societies of tho W. M. O'Bunan. the republican candl-- 1 Adl""' tr"g "" patched-u- p hulk so that the crew which State and the citizen? generally to attho same office his son and tho fought valiantlyjvas unablo to prevent tend the unveiling of the monument nt date for middle-of-th- o raiders have nominated her from sinking in a sea three miles Chlckamauga Nov. 23, to commemorate O'Banan's wife. Having sold my farm I will deep. It cost a good deal of money to the valor of Federals and Confederates And there nro others. The Owens-borraise her and Hobson had a hard time alike, and make the occasion a metnora Messenger says: The recent po- On Nov. 24. Favorite Toilet Cream for the eonipleion. chapped liamU, !fce. doing It.butas she had gotten In the bad blc and a glorious one. litical activity of Carl Schurz recalls a Soil to the highlit tilihler on the farm one habitof sinking It Is Justus well for her, remark made HO years ago by Goorgo mile North of the Hanging Pork Hrlilge. on like Muginty, stay at the bottom of AN Indiana judge holds that he is D. Prentice: Personally, Mr. Schurz the Mmiford A. Hu,tonvllle Turnpike, the follow Ins: property, to wits the sea. always an object of contempt and has Is an estimable gentleman, but politiOii p ilr Work Mulei. 2 Combined .Mares. resoluSome democrats, who were fined a whole bar for passing cally ho Is an Amsterdam, Rotterdam, S ami S yoarx old. h fat Hog-- TU V.wcs ami A complete line of tho ino-- popu ar IVrfumuf., Cologne liny Hum, Toilet Waters Iliifko, I Jer-o- v Hull. 2 Jero llolfir never worthy of the name, are seeking tions condemning his arbitrary rulings, gotterdam fool." CiiUud llore. T staeks mlud which it did outside of court. an excuse to vote against Gilbert by Tho Associated Press soot this from Hay. lot of Corn, iiignr Cano and I'oililer, 1.S00 lbs of Too'h IJ.iheN Sachet Powders, Hnir Ilnndies. Tooth alleging that ho said in a speech that The case has been takou to tho highest Louisville: George G. Gilbert, of aboutTlli!fi'i tfi.lL Tobacco tu tho hand Toilet Soap-- , Knee I'owd 1.9011 f IF...... ... infniwl court and it will be interesting to see Shelby, who is most likely to succeed thrifty eomlltlon. free silver was ordained by Jesus Christ and many other art tele-,- . Ilrusho.., Comlw, Ac. O I LS. Oils of ml Unds, Ttirj eut.ne, Varnishes, Colon-- Ac. bo offuruil for ulo at tho Call and see us. and all who do not accept it will be what it will decide in tho premises. Davison from tho Eighth, will bo "or stock-widamned. Of course Mr. Gilbert never In the Kentucky Terms made known on day of stilo. Ouit advices are that tho democrats another new man & St Biid anything so sacrillglous or idiotic. will (lni!t JOHN UAII.EV. rnnirressmen todav in the 1st. delegation. He is a lawyer, hus servHo is a christian gentleman, u member 2d, Jlrd, 4th, oth, (ith, 7th, Sth and 10th ed in tho Legislature und has been of the Baptist church and does not have districts and possibly in tho 0th. Bore, consplcnous In district and State poll- -' ! to make such remarks to show tho ng or White will-ge- t the 11th, small tics. mW V BR&flJm,l.'vrttiV" iunsttmts.mjujjr..i mvumMiMmmrm riWk. righteousness of his cause. Richard Croker, Tummany's boss difference to the democrats which, who bas.'KK),000 bet on him, says: "I am j jiihI nin- -t Tliu Cubans have caught on soon to except that White's .election would confident that Judge Van Wyck will bo , All Taxes sire duo ,A mLX shatter the republican machine. p r American ways. Those repairing and olectedby a handsome plurality. Uo ' uu lmiu i,u unuu " pmjierty cleaning the streets at Santiago and The Cynthiana Democrat shows that will have from 75,000 to 80,000 plurality will be advertised for sale at getting $L.i0 a day, which is more than the Pugh family Is drawing 817,000 in these two boroughs, and the rest of Dcceillbo. Court, they over received In their life, struck fr0,n the Federal treasury yearly. Tho greater New Vork will increase tho for d0 cents more, but Gen. Wood in- - whol(J S. of thein could be bought tho total to 100,000. 8ieau oi acceding, una all idlers arrest- - ballU)CC of lind Gov. Bradley Is making an excelfor thnt thdr llves ed under u vagrancy law and will work tho ln(lloalioniJ arc lhaL thc ,)COpiu will lent record In the matter of refusing them for their rations alone or 30 days. shut off lbe ,.0irrCBbman.3 pay by theiP pardons to persons convicted of tho Stanford Sssidencs Propsrly For falc Gov. Tanner, of Illinois, will have a fit today cowardly crime of carrying concealed when he reads this. Dec. 3, 189S, deadly weapons. That villainous prac.. THE court of appeals denied a re- s I x&b of At lie, m. on tlm iri'inlx. I uiiiknli t uii.ii. II JH.I tice Is responsible for THE iK)lnt we made was clear auction to the liluhut hltliler my ihiiraMu res. heurln ", t0 Gem ",0 Portwood, under the homicides that disgrace n It on)llih fn Aitnn u" Lllnt w ays sentence of death ut Lexington. Now tiDiiir. uuu 1110 iiniuiiut inerpin anni licit, on Iijn. Mile Mrret In Manfunl, Ky , oio,iio civilized society. Louisville Times. tho Stanford Ixtbriob Jourkal. And ii Iu1j1Ic Scli'iol groiiinls lot Gov. Bradloy ,.efuso lo Rpant a par. republican congressional cam t lie rtwlileiita with yant ami fs,.,, ,, H4IMI1 Tho . nuiui juomuuui uiut ;jruuo oi alien-tio- don or a respite and a most horrible We are out this year with some new improvements. Some manufacturers imilat ."," "1 " ?.?. ' ,l?",".l--'tolyand then ,l w,.... Louisville Commercial. And wo and cowardly lid),.. nnnnnltleu claims the election of me iciu iiimiik iuiiii, uikiiii iiiur u'rri, irlni; In iIm We don't; wo originate. Perfect In balances, light draft, murder will bo avenged, fores feed, Ac. rep., In the Fifth by 2,000; 7?ra".'! "tiia iin.fuie kok,i newntn-- i see by your remark it got it. themtiroiironerty will thtn I olltreil that of a cripple on his knees begging 1"vu" ' in the Ninth, by a narrow mar- - amltiwi bfi im"t Pugh, ait,,ti which yW.U the will Ixiilton ' uf the iiUte ' """H-itThe Shelbyville Sentinel, under tho for mercy. gin, and .. ..!,.,,, for riiLi'l.nn in ihn ' tn the i.urchawr uwn hi. cmpiian,,, witii ulv. thi, now management, is soundly democrat lerim ofwle. which Unless democrats are over confi- - Ei'htll. In tho third appellate tils- - maliidcr In 0 ami 12 are oii.liiril ca.h, the When you are ofiercd a disc drill. Others anfimitallons month, pinal liuulliucni. We were unable to fil ic and will give democratic measures ilnnt. ivo 1mm crnrul nmva f,nrn "Vnu? trlct Chairman Conway, for the repub- - iwaringn .ntenat iiay our ordets latl year, and kindly ask you to placejyour order with'us early for the best and nominees a hearty support. C. M. York tonight. Van Wyck" seems to llcans, claims 1,400 majorl-.- for Jones, ' S,tiI3,ite!?frwrJl,h, !3S.uu,rUlP- - A ,,f " on earth. Lewis is editor and James Morris havo hU mnn for. (mrornm. um,, Uv n rep., und tho democratic leaders claim' 'r,,,1,i'ia"jl" oftlioimt iitnimUe homei in Guthrie business manager. tdfr. large majority. mauv k. vaunon . 2,000 for Hobson. HIGG-IN- S Sr. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I - 11 (Louisville Store X i TICKET. For Gilbekt, 1 CflflBE PROVEN d Largest Line of Clothing - I Largest Line of Dry Goods I- - 10,-0- 1 y The Louisville Store. r. I V. 0.l ,.!,... " f- well-know- ! ., -- .,, "WW i,Z PnM., v " pro-hav- Telegram Received . LITTLE -- E.v-Stat- e 1 I anti-Hunt- er e. -' o Blue Grass Grocery Co., iywjwww," rock-ribb- ed -- . pw.-iai- jnr pla.-eo- f iigwrCTBw," PUBLIC SHLE. JUST THE THUG I t o Thursday, '98. ' ed . 1 Toilet and Fancy Goods. r, , PERFUMERY ! GRAIG n HOOKER. jmkttv TO TAXPAYERS WmK r r4fi & m, M.OWEXS,Sheriir. ' m I on Saturday, 1 nine-tenth- 1 j """ "i QLJSr n. -- i . ' x.-r3lo- Always Ask For The "Superior," McKINNEY. y , . j.. $- - - 'W1 -- jrr'iiit wrrrr - fTrr'T "nw-"- n "V." VOTK early, veto for Gilbert and the Tun Ladles' Aid Society, of the1 bond Issue and go home, after you have Baptist church, will have an oyster' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Induced every one you can to do so too, supper Friday evening, Nov. 11th from' Faiim for sale, containing 00 ucro.,in with a consciousness that you have done G to 10 i m. Oysters served In auy Daviess county. Addrers J. C. Flor- your . duty. style for 2o cts. Nov. 8, i8g8 ence, Stanford, Ivy. Kv., Stanford, .?! Among the now things in the West 5 to 0. Tho Stanford foot ball team, MONKY. 5 To loan on real Lnd aro a livery stable opened at with Guy Ballon captain, defeated Manacjkk. per cent. Addros- W. S.cstnto at E. C. Walton, Ik'si.vnss Lawwlll, Iludtouvillo by Jesse Austin and a dipt Juntos Hold's Danville eleven on Attorney, Danville, K'y. hotel at Moreland, with B. P. Shew- - tho grounds here Sntutuy afternoon by -- . . The lo3 of n few nogs amounts to Wk will sell you goods cheaper than maker, tho Q. fc C. ntrent, proprietor. a score of 5 to 0. The game was an moro than tho cost of protecting tin Interesting ono and would have been We have finished invoicing the stock we boucht of Murk Hardin and aro roadv to entire herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog any one, so you nodn't go ulsawhoro. IV tho Negroes are sensible they more so had the Danville boys put up n sell you goods cheaper than you ever bought them. Big cut on Queenswaro and till lossc have J. K. VanArsdale ifc Son. Remedy. Don't wait wont vote till they get hold of some of better game. nr iironbmit tooCCUI. but go HOW and Harness to reduce stock. Call and see and don't to watch our advertisement next A nmiailT train ran over and killed that money Davison has been given to got It fiom Penny 8 Drug Store. issue. Quic'i sales and small profits wi be our wav of dointr business. Davison has shied his castor In the a eteor belonging to Hon. J. S. Owsley buy his election. It Is nald he has loads PERSONAL AHD SOCIETY GOSSIP, Friday, which was valued at 'J.T5. of It hero and the same news comes ring once too often. Heretofore ho has tboon given crodlt for the anagoslty to from Uoyloand llockcastle. T. B. OitlFi'iN, tho Somorset detecIk you want a good hunting coat, know when to run, but ho rushed In hunting material or a good pair of tive, Is hero us a witness. If ihid reaches the eye of a democrat this time where better men dared not JoitS Hnu(.km.N la down from Grays loggias call oo W. B. MeRobarts. today, who has not voted, lat him con- tread and the result is that ho is sure to 6iifTqrIiiK w'tn Job' troubles. sider the Importance of recording his go down in defeat. He realizes this and Wk will ?tiil to any address for SH..V GBOltun B. Dt'N.s Is down from Now vote for Gilbert and go at once to the Is concentrating his entire cilorts In oar jmiwr and the Pittsburg to vote for Gilbert. polls. Thuro Is nothing about Davison this county In order to show how he Miss Lacka Jaiuiok npant savcrul York World and the Cosmopolitan to commend him to white people, while stands at home. It looks though that Magaxlne. days ut hor home In Lobanon. Gilbert stands for everything in com- even that small comfort will be denied says that from the Oth to the mon with them. Mlts. K. 11. HIM., widow of John C. him and that he will uo down to rise We are now showing a gre it line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Hoys, manufacl."th tnueli uuhettlod weather and deHill, ha gone l" UmvlUe to live. no more. Let every man who claims to FOR some reason an order has been have any democratic blood in his volns tured by Huell A Son and the Forwood Mfg. Co. It. n. I'BTTL'S, of Lincoln, is hero cided autumnal tonn- - with snow may made requiring lunatics from this help to make his interment as deep as with his parent. Somerset Paragon. be expected. county to be sent to the Lakeland Asy- possible. Mlts. D. H. Kumiston. of Crab OrchTllK Lincoln County National Bank lum, when theHUrroundingcountles still ard, Is at tho Joseph Plicu Intlrmurv. has taken out the full amount of Its send theirs to Lexlnsrton. An otllcer Mlt. A.C. DUNN went to Lexington LAND AND STOCK. And get prices before making your Fall purchase. Sunday to see his fathar who is very circulation, 500,000, and has signed up gets (1 cents a mile going and coming Split Silk won 10,37i In the cam$lf,000 and put it In circulation. with a subject and 0 cents for hfln going, making 18 cents for every mile paign just closed. Jamks UoitBiNti, of London, and W. Tint jury in the case of John P. Crab Orchard, Ivy. Foil Sam:. II cattle. J. II. Dllllou, of Livingston, wurc here traveled. It is 115 miles to Lakeland for the murder of Jailer A. J. Saturday. requiring '20.T0 to take a lunatic there; B. Foster, Stanford. tailed to r. l Bishop and son, J matron, ut somerset, hours, and agrou whorcas It Is only IS to Lexington re John F. Cash bought of Lyon Sc AlMn. were after being hold 10 Brooks, spent a few days In Lexington discharged. quiring but SS.01 adherence of ? 1 00 len 20 steers at 4c. Brewer Schorr, of Memphis, refused week. on pftfh person. The ordor seems to last l'HOl. CUKKUY, of the Southern hart, been made to pat the Stnto to as 31 1,000 for his racer, Algol. Miss Many MoAvkk will move to The first new crop of tobacco sold at Miss Surah Wharton's placo on Dan- Normal School at Bowling Graeu, who m i i expense as possible. Paducah last week at SS.05. hald the touchers' institute here, was ville Avenue. bTOUY OK A Valisi:. Early In SepJ. H. Robinson sold to G. W. Dugat), for trying to whip a pupil and Mhs. M. J. Ml'iU'ltY returned Satur- fined Car- of Bovlc, .'JO feeders at 4 to lie. day from a protracted stay at Hock the pupil was fined '21.'i0 for doing up tember Mrs. Sarah Mcllvaln, of over to visit the family of Scott Hudson claims to have won j lisle, camo tho professor. Castle Spring. The closing prices we have been making on Men's and Hoys' Suits and OverccatS Of Mr. T. D. Nowland nnd her valise was $20,000 on his string of trotters this RIGHT RKW BISHOP McCl.OSKV. leave us but very few. Come now and look them over. If they fit you you can have C.I supposed to have boon stolen from tho year. Wou.ttN'T TaKB Hoi.u. G. Louisville, Is sending a few days with them nt your own price, or we will trade them for produce. Thompson, manager of ths Ben Hurl depot here. She filed a claim of ?02 A bunch of feeders for sale. Address Ottenholm. hN ilock at Co., tried to gel our church peoplo to against tho L. ifc N. Company for her A. D. Root or J. S. Murphy, Jr., Ml,S SU'sut HlttNKMtV and John remomboriug past ox-- j loss, but It turns out that the valise spent several days play them, Halo, of Somoi-fol- , perlonces they with one accord doelin-- j was noithcr stolon nor lost. On the The price of the mule has been from at Mrs. WikkHu Hale's. ' day of her arrival Rev. Walter Lackey IS to ftl per cent. hlgUcr than the horse boon threat- od to go again In the show business. JOHN G. LYNN, Ju., has 1.1 dl ktlSV " 1....1 n.il...l !?. nun usrvuu iivii AJiu iipiuoi (ii?iy (l.ll ll.."wl from 13b0 to ls05. ,iiiuiiu, slueo h returned from ened with fuvar MONKY. The London Bank, of. to got his valtec at the depot and take John Jacob Astor paid $2,000 for a tho wnr, but Is much bettor. which Judge Borenig Is president, sent Kenuicky bred saddle gelding he saw Clym; CCKTI3. llttlu on of Mr. and a man down here yestorday with 91,000 It as far on his way home as Dan at Logantown. Burnslde at an Illinois fair. Mrs. W. II. Curtis, of tho Kat Knd, Is In girld to exchange with our banks for "p did so but got the wrong one and In the Fox it McDowell sold to Osborne, of Invar. very sick with malarial bright silver dollars, each of which - Ohio, a car of rood yearlings mean time Lnckey had made othor arat 4c and Mlt. KDWAUl) P. MAKITZ, 01 at. will doubtless be the price of a vote. his valise a premium. Advocate. I1raugunion'tf about getting spent several days with otie of Louis, YksTKRIay's weather prediction taken home. 1 he wife of anardale F. P. Bishop sold a car load of feed- Our increasing business has compelled us to make three trips to the market sinco Stanford's Iovulluit young ladles. yostorday was: Showers unH warmer tonight; took good care of tho valise, which she ers and yearling cattle at the Lexing- opening up, August 1st, and we come before you this month with a full, unbroken AMONu the attorneys hero stock, each department being complete with the choicest good. ton stock yards at l So to 4c. : Messrs. H. J. Breckinridge. C. Tuasay showers. It is to be hoped supposed wn hor pastor's, but his With a full appreciation for your pa-- t favors, we ask a contiuuance of your paeven If It rain pitchforks tho urc to come for It after a month or so A Georgia man has raised a sweet and G. II. Swlnebroad. P.. McDowell ' tho potato 4 feet 10 inches long. Itis known tronage. Respectfully, democrat will go to tho iolls. Tho made the old woman Inquire Into HON. J. H. MlM.r.lt, leaves today for Moultrie, Ou.. on a remiblicans will be on hand bovond matter. News of it flnallv reached as the Nigger Killer variety. Mr. Newland's ears and an Investiga perud venture. Ballard & Dunn told to J. S. Collins collecting tour for Mr. S. II. Shank?. tion provod that It belonged to Mrs. "0 extra good feeders, average weight GHIMKS and MUs Mlts. MaKTUA Mrs. Job Cokpby is preparing to Pauline Grlmas started to Kansas City opon a big boarding houseor hotel hero Mcllvaln and thateverythlngshe start-u- 05, at 4c Richmond Register. with was in it and all right. 's yesterday to visit Mrs. J.Carver Jones. In tho uuar future. She has contracted Don't fall to attend G. A. sale near Hubble Thursday, Tin: Central Itocord says that Hobt. with H. G. Jono to add three rooms on FagaN. Tho sudden and rather Henry, who went Vot tot; row up with the St. mysterious donth of G. W. Fagan, at 10th. See "ad." In another column. b again the ell of her property oppo-dti the country, Is bade, glad to Aaph and to put It otherwise in ship- - Pino Hill, thore being Intimations thnt Burnslde & Lcnvell, of Garrard, sold ' on Kentucky soil. D. Harris, of Madison, 147 red shape for business. he was murdered because ho wus the to John Miss Annik Timhiilr, of Janction . . l.'SO feeders lor only wltnoss'to a murder, recalls tho heifers, shorthorns, nnd C Ity, was one of tho maids of honor at TUB Railroad Commission has fixed 50,000. marriage at Buffalo, the value of the L. & N. main stem at fact that he was himself a mystery. the Dlllehuy-Bar- g Robert Bonner paid $40,000 for Fayim was not his real name and N. V., last week. STJ.000 ii mile; tho Ktinxvillo Dlvleiou That Sao.OOO for Dexter, $.1t),000 'or Out old frloud Clark Reynold, of 3ll.;tOO; Richmond Branch 51,000; Cum- that he came here under a cloud from Rarus, $40,000 for Maude S. and ?41,000 Waynusburc, is In a very critical con- berland Valley Division iO.000: Ken- Tennesroo aro facts that are capable of Sunol. or Collarette, A Cape, dition and his death soeun to ha but a tucky Central main line 511,000; Cin- proof, but what his name was Or the J. M. Cotley delivered last week to " extent of the charges against him, we Let us show you. . question of a few days. cinnati Southern $21,000 and so on. Lyon .t Allen 20 feeders at aro not able to find out. Ho was a well HB.sy.MtY, of Crab MlSS Lisaitt ff "We have them, ic aud sold to R. E. Gaines 2S 200- A KAKMBlt tells u that he tried to educated man, of n:auy accomplishOrchard, Joined Mrs. Dr. W. S. Hoas-le- y pound hogs at,'l.l2. Tic to $15. hero and after spending a day or hire soma Negroes to' shuck corn today ments, and It was a matter of wonder Tliere will be a nine days' running and their reply was Wo'se got to vote to all who met him, why ho should setwent with hor lo Lancaster. The prices on these goods are the very lowest, two and woudn't shuck corn for ." a day." tle down at such an unlmportunt and meeting at Lexington beginning Nov. Mlt F. W. DU.MON, of Crab Orch21. The purses are guaranteed by and we will save you 25c to 2 on a garment acson of Ham will be at tho prosy place. Ho was fond of telllne his ard, who siilTerod a stroke of puralysl-la- Every sable Milton Young and Gus Straus. improved and his (Kills, democrats. Go yourself and vote experience In tho Lopez Cuban expedi- Mers. cording to the price. week, is greatly A sweet potato weighing S pounds unless j oh want that element to rule tion IS years ago and on a recent visit will soon be well. doctor thinks ha M. horoetitortnlntid the writer for an hour was laid on our table yesterday by We have placed on salo a line of Mlt. V. L. ICVANS and Mrs. Prisle the country. N. DePauw. Ho raised It and If any or two with an account of the landing will move to Husionvillo the last Dr;u TllK republicans had a big speaking city by body can beat It ho can come up and of this monthaiid they are Improving at Oltouhelm Sunday night, and Negro at Cardenas and taking the surprise. Ho was tho young- take It. their property there preparatory to It. protracted meetings all over the coun- storm and 11 At a sale of Hcrofords in Kansas City surviving fllllbustors and TllK Van Wort, O., correspondent of try have oean called and u$cd for re- est of the Otlth year. Mr. Fagan was 50 head averaged $114, the top price tho Cincinnati Knqulrer, tuysthatMUs publican purjioses. The pastors preach wa in his of, and being $1,025. At Mowoaqua. 111., Tom Lucy Johns gave a Hallowe'en party to politics and toll their hearers that if never married that we know C. Pontltsg it Son sold 30 females at an her class, which proved a happy event. they do not vote the republican ticket lived a sort of hermit life. average of $100 and 2S bulls at an aver i'oc to Sj.j.To. Mlt. J. D. HOMiKltMAN has taken out thov will he damned. ClltcuiT COUUT began promptly nt age of $151.00. a "grUt mill." The a permit to build Montle Fox received yesterday of yesterday morning, when the folTin: old A ford house near the Presbuilding will bo located on Jackson's cattle, of lowing grand jury was accepted and Forestus Held 70 lanu near tho C. & O. railroad eroding. byterian church is changing its looks E. P. Woods 51 and of & entirely. Contractor A. C. Slnu has woru: J. E. Wright, foreman, J. B. Greeuberry Bright 10 -- Lebanon Enterprise. that averaged M. EI. Bowon. S. A. Middle-to20 members, jacked up the roof nnd is raising tho Gilker.-oC.MT. A. C. SINK and Ed l'eyton, Win Gooeh, J. G'. 1,105 pounds. They were bought some composing tho degree team of the Odd walls IS inches, while a new addition C. King, D. K. time ago at 1.05. Fellows Lodge hero, wont toHIehmond and other changes give the old laud Lynn, W. T. Tucker, J. Breck Honta has sold his crop of and G. A. Lacklast evening to assist the lodge there In mark a modern appearance. Mr. Geo. Funis, Hundley Gooeh 7,000 bushels of wheat to Forsythe, ey. conferring three uegrec on applicants. D. Woaren and family will occupy It. 05 cents. In charging the jury, Judge Sanlloy Curry it Rue, of this place, at been Mus. M. II. Collins, who has Wmi.B Fields & Hanson's Minstrel congratulated tho people that no felony J. M. Leonard, Sr., bought 50 barrels with her sister, Mrs. S. M. Owens, mi- - was standing on the side track at Dan Carey, Sr., at $1.25. of very high degree had been commit- of corn from Blnco her marriage. Htarted to Memphis Ilopkiusville an L. & N. train bucked ted since tho last term of tho court and Harrodsburg Democrat.. yesterday to join her husbaud, who has into It violently that It knocked a A. C. Tompkins purchased from Mas-sl- o had been won it very handsome and lovablo help- swinging lamp on Musician Fred M. that so far as he knew there Bros. 225 hogsheads of Prior leaf Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal less crime of any sort thau horetoforo. meet. . tobacco stored in one of ths Louisville f( 1 Revares' head, hurting him Bortously. Tho netlt iurv was selected as IJTcOAPPENlNGS7 Suit for &i,000 was Instituted next day. lows: W. O. Watts. J. D. Long, W. tobacco warehouses. Tho total amount Friday tho case was compromised for B. Hill, John Bright, Win. Stuart, paid was about $24,000, a little over Hie. reductions in queenswaro and $200 and costs. a pound. Owensboro Mes P. S. Hughes, Win. G. Grlllin, M. N. seven cents harness In order to reduce stock. Den.so tiger. R. L. Crow, G. V. Blight, ACQUITTED. A. J. Fish, Of Mt. DePauw, 'ley & . Johnston, 2:0(ir, for several years Alfred Davis, J. II. Engleman, J. J. was accused of robbing S. the fastest harness horse iu tho world, who subscribed to tho fund Vernon, who Remember wo take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal, TllOSi: Spears, Dink Farmer, J. P. RUTe, W. building Mt. Morlah church at M. Tudor, a discharged .soldier of tho G. Cowan, W. A. Carson, J. S. Owsley, according to record, was chloroformed for Kentucky, of 44,1, had his trial Highland aro requested to settle with Second F.Cash, G. C. Engleman, W. at the farm of his owner, Chas. F. Dun In police court and was acquitted. Fish Sr J. ' tho committee. T." A. Coulter uud Samuel bar, liuhalo, to rolleve tho old camgavo testimony that Tudori was in an D. Hays, paigner of hU suffering. He was 23 It Is all over but tho shouting and tho Intoxicated condition when tho alleged Hold. Austin was lined $20 each In yonrs old. .7 Goorgo TV1 democrats ale pretty sure to do that If robbery occurred, and did not know six cases for unlawfully soiling whisky. John S. Baughmau, of Boyle, has .1 Importanco who robbed him. Lexington Herald. thoy are at all allvo to tho Robert Smith, same charge, same Hue. good race maro In his young pacer, of tho election. BKFOitn you vqto todny stop and Hayden Reynolds was acquitted In Patsy H., named for his wife. She eight timos this season and CD Hun-- . Constable T. G. Nunnelley'a think, If It Is your Intention to vote for three slmllnr charges and the four oth started to won three races, was second three diswarier Davislon, and consider whatho hascver ers wero continued. J. fell with him tho other day, a horso 3 ra mashing his dono or what a man of his capacity can caught It for $U0 on samo charge and times and third once. She was driven locating hU shoulder and E u do, to earn tho $5,000 or $0,000 ho gets tho two other cases against him were by T. C. Yengor. nose almost Into a jolly. CO o Manitoba, out of u crop of wheat In O n year. Including mileage and station-cr- continued till Wednesday. Geo. Walls, W. C GltUENlNO will sell his house 3 Has ho dono anything In Congress-an- for carrying concealed weapons, wus giv- estimated at 20 to 30 million bushels, T3 hold and kitchen furniture, live stock, has he ever displayed anything but en 10 days In jail and fined f 2o. Crit Smith only about olght million will be threshC3 n a In the stacks r-- 5 &C, nt public auction ut his place near the smallest of peanut politics? Con- was acquitted In six cases for unlawful ed, the remainder standing Hubtonvllle Friday, Nov. 1". murder cases of threatened with destruction by warm, sider him up one sldo and down tho salo of liquor. The Ov Tmj.mrm.wkrijKmim rainy weathor. Equally g'.oomy reports which was washed away other and you will vote forGllbert,who John Smith nnd Win. Lewis were svt Tin: boat come from North Dakota and Illinois. Is In every wny worthy of your suf- for Thursday. c from tho neighborhood ferry near Mr. s Court was only In session about two Shocked corn has blown down and Is weeks ago, has frage nnd who wllL make a real repreS. R. Cook's several till Wed- rotting because of tho dampness and Mr. Tine sentative Instead of a very small figure hours and then It adjourned Sbecn found on Dix river near warm weather. nesday. head In Congress. miles below. Cook's six j Good canned pens at 5e a can at J. VanArsdnlo fc Son's. IC. - - -- New Firm, New Goods, New Prices. 1 Ji - I - Beazley & Carter. Tii-Wou- NEW SHOES. W. MW- - Hlc-IC- Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. Col-yo- r, 700-pou- nd 1 Last Call On Clothing. I i' j Tur-nersvlll- bt c. I ' T 111 .a Van-arsdalo- 's, Honest Goods at Hon- est Prices. 4 ' wt-re- J fail-th- at ul, ! d Swine-broad- JOHN P. JONES. m as, wmt'iimimMmwm IF YOU WANT Jacket i 050-poun- d st just i Ready-Mad- e Skirts 1 0.-.1- 1,130-pou- nd m 1,415-pounde- ro n, n, SEVERAPJGB SONS. mMmwMmwimmwMm&Mwmi BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE.' Cm-tor- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. V " 0 y. d jy Sg& -- Bfl Jk - aWV. i jfif-- a?j . iJjjJiS p,f 1 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- AT- BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. FASHIONS FOR BABY. Onlnllncns la the Chief Fruturr to lie Considered lu the MnVliij; of Ilia Cluthca. rl teumi No". 21 David A. Wells, tho economist, died at Norwich, Conn. V. B. Wilson shot and killed Dillard oja.A3Txld.a.VQ M. Lutes in Fayette. J. N. Blakemoro, n wealthy distiller 2 PJiiR YKAIl IN ADVANCE of Franklin county, Is dead. Of the eight children born in Louis. Whim not opI(132.CO will c charged. ville Saturday all wcro boys. Emllo Bourllcr, theatrical manuRer loch. and politician, died at Louisville. Owensboro holds tax claims amountTIME CIRD ing to $S0,110.88 apalnst her banks. KENTUCKY CENTRAL THE MAN WHO LIVED. He should have been dead. NOTICE. Hunk Trust Co., Jorntod In the Stnto of Kentucky, closing up It nfliilM, AH creditor of Milt! nt Stanford. The Partners 1 DIVISION. at 1:03 !J:10 M. M. WAV. Stanford Ko, K A rrrlri-sn- t No. J I;mvm Stanford at No. ti Arrives at ltowlind at 12:00 3:40 leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. r. m. Astronomers predict heavy meteoric showers between the 13th and 27th. The story of tho loss of tho Panama in the Windward Passajre proves untrue. Harvard surprised tho prophets and defeatcJ the great Pennsylvania team Zfe. Wo. Ko. 26 Ko. 23 U Train golrg North ......... " " " " " otn -' 3 " ..12 37 p in .. 2 41 a m ..12 43 a m .. 1 24 p m alternate price 2o per cent. broidery insertions, Emperor being often almost as the embroideries A German editor called the fine nnd as transFRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. a "poodle prince" in his paper and got parent ns the lnce. A pretty bib has a scalloped upper TnliM lrare Frankfort at G'.IO A. M. and s r. M., Dr. Murphy Is working wonderful edge of fchaped silk, trimmed on both lag Pari, at 8:40 a.m. and 5:1C ' JMcurC8l ,t i8 safd, , with his new consump- - upper and lower edges by a full deep , . s:ai a. M.anu. .......reaching I rufile of silk lnce. The upper part is 't"""1" : -: with q. town an,l ?'V1 A C und tlon cure, at tjiucngu. I u claims to bavo hand embroidered, ami between the A Now York chemist "JOSEPH It. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. outer and inner bib is placed a tufted-sildiscovered a perfect substitute for tod pad of silk. Another bacco, without' tho poisonous nicotine. Is made from a fine linen hemstitched QUEEN & CRESCENT. The Omahu Exposition subscribers handkerchief, folded diagonally the Trains pass Junction City as follows: have been paid 7." per cent, of their upper point is cut out V shape and 4 11 p ra Ko. 1 South .....12 02 p tn No. 2 North 3 41 a in subscriptions and tho rest will bo paid. embroidered and both edges lnce 1149 am "4 " No. 8 " " 6 " 13pm Tho freight steamship, Croatan, of trimmed. Ho. 8 " ......11 I'm 600am 8 0.pra "10 " " No. 9 Night gowns are mnde from fine llnn-nNo. docs not atop. No. 2 stops only lor pa.en tho Clyde line, sank near Capo Charles, or outing nnd have drawing front South of Somerset. 0 and 10 run no fun. Va., and eers her caro and Ave lives were string around the neck. a Petticonts ther than Junction Cltr and 5 and C only to Som lost. erseU The mother of Gen. Fltzhugh Lee nre of fine fiannel nnd button on each is dead at Richmond, Va. Sho fell shoulder by two tiny buttons instead of down the back. recently and sustained internal InLittle caps of lawn show much shirjuries. ring and cording, and some, especially Miss Louise Tri?g, of Glasgow, Is 111 those of embroidered muslin, have n of typhoid fever at Jacksonville, Fla., lining of n pale shade of thin silk. The most fashionable thing in bacontracted while nursing fever patients bies' shoes and stockings, for wear In the army hospital. Charles Nelson was electrocuted with the first short dresses, nre gray Saturday morning In the Ohio peniten- suede shoes nnd stockings matching exactly in color. tiary for murder. Ho was pronounced Pretty coats of bedford cord have Made from pure dead in 53 seconds. deep circular ruflles trimmed with Owensboro was visited by a heavy guipure lnce edging. In shorterconts, cream of tartar. Saturday, which destroyed pretty model in pique has a very deep many windows and skylights and stop- rounding collar trinrmed entirely with rows of Hamburg edging alternated ped tho street cars. by rows of satin ribbon. John Maxey, of Pleasurevllle, fell A design In a bedford cord short from his horse while going to tho fu- coat has three deep circular capes, neral of a neighbor and sustained inju- each one edged with guipure lace. Alum baking powders are the greatest ries from which he will die. For the basket covering, nheor white xncnacers to health of the present day. Dr. John Young Brown has been lawn over pink or blue is the latest, elected to fill tho chair of obstetrics the point d'esprlt being also used. The ROYAL BAKING POW3CR CO.. HEW YORK. and gynecology In tho College of Phy rulllo is trimmed with lnce and rows sicians nnd Surgeons of St. Louis, Mo. of baby ribbon nnd the joinings nnd W. H. Martin was knocked off his seams nre finished bv n narrow lace beading through which Is run a ribbon. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. train at Furguson Station by tho spout Boston Post. : Kentucky. of a water tank and killed. Ho fell and his body threw two cars off tho track' FANCY PINCUSHION. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Seven men were killed and three Porters Everything table. fatally Injured at the Exeter colliery Very Pretty One Can lie Stmlo Out tif 89 meet all trains. Juiiaiicae I.nsm ut n Trlflnir of the Lehigh Valley Coal Company, Penn., due to tho carelessness of the A. S. PRICE, engineer. Nothing helps to mnhe the .Surgeon (fa "Tamarac" Davis, who Is said to more attractive than two or dresser three Dentist, havo killed seven Negroes while act- pretty pin cushionsscnttered here and ing as marshal at Midway, was rehere. Cushions for all kinds of pins. fctunfoi 1, Ky. V?, To make one of these cushions ceived at the Frankfort penitentiary 8T a common uncovered one from UfBceorer McRoberta' Drug Store In theCOwsley as a prisoner. Miniums. The New Wonderland theatre In nny fnncj goods store, or hetter than course of construction at Detroit col- that, make a square bug of the defill it with nice white lapsed and 35 working men were sired width and XJR. outright and maimcaught, killing ten ing the others. rows of lnce and y For allll'olnts EKJ'IOH TICKKTS SOLI). 11AUOAOE CHECKED TI1K0UO1I. For any information enquire ol JOE S. r.lCE, Apent, Stanford, Ky. - to 0. Lon Lynn, a young Scott county farmer, hung himself In his barn. No cause assigned. Miss Fannie Covington, an accomplished musician and scholar, died at Bowling Green. An envelope trust, said to control 1)0 per cent, of the output, has raised tho 10 each new season In the manner nnd details of the uinking. As far as the outlay of money goes, there is hardly a limit to the amount It Is possible to spend, but daintiness is the chief feature to be considered for the parents' circumstances nnd common sense should surely limit the expenditure. From six to ten long dresses compose the usual outfit, some of them some simply made, elaborately trimmed. It is now the fashion to change the little ones from long to short clothes nt as early an age as four months. French nainsook is the favorite material for the finer dresses. Just now the Inevitable yoke in the baby's gown Is cut square, not quite extending over to the nrm size, nnd edged with a frill nnd beading. For the filling in of the yoke there nre two pretty ways, both equally popular. One is rows of hemstitched tucks, running from the neck downwnrd, the rather amusing, but there are changes Fashions in babies' clothes seem But he wasn't, because- There ia no withstanding the living arRii. men t of the man who should he dead, who isn't dead, but who would he dead, hut for n preserving medicine. That', about the way It seemed to strike liditor Lawrence, of the Ohio I'nrmer, Cleveland, Ohio. He wr.s afflicted with one of thoc cold that There' nothing uttcceed UVe Ilnnk therefore are hereby notllled to present their clnlmsugfitiiHt Mild Hank for pay meat. J. II.UWLKV, Cnshicr. iwr the aucce." i remedy." formula AW H. Ohio Farmer, Clcvclnud, Ohio. for auch n very luahle Lawrkmck, Kdltor, The Tho Lincoln Coiintv Nntlounl Hank, of Sinn ford. Ky.. has succeeded Hie Parmer Hunk A. Trust Co.. of Stimford. Ky., and has HsMimod nil It liabilities. nctN and entire lni.lnct. H. have, thousands of times over, culminated in consumption, when not promptly cured. In this condition he met a friend, a con. suraptlvc, whom he had not expected to see alive. The consumptive friend recommended Dr. J. C. Aver Cherry Pectoral for the editor's cold, on the ground that it had " helped him wonderfully." It helped the editor Just as wonderfully, giving "almost Instant relief." Hut read his letter: "About two months ngo, I was nftltctcd with a bad cold, and, meeting n friend, he ndviscd the use of Ayer's Cherry Tcctoral which, he claimed, had helped him won. ucriuuy. as nc was a consumptive, whom 1 had uot expected to sec alive tor several years, I concluded there must be merit in tl I accordingly bought a ounle ot bottle, one of which I keen on my desk all the time. This i certainly the best remedy for n cold I ever used. It gives almost Instant relief, and the J. C. Aycr Co. are to be congratulated on twf. Keen a bottle of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Tec toral handy, on the desk, In the office, on the shelf or in the closet nt home, and you will have at hand n remedy that is capable at any time of saving you suffer lug, money, and even life. There Is no malady so prolific of evil results as a neglected cold. There Is no medicine so promptly effective incurlnga cold and absolutely eradicating its elf ecu, as Dr. Acr's Cherry Pectoral, livery traveller should carry It. IJvery household should keep It. It cures every variety of cough, and all forms of lung and throat trouble. Asthma, bronchitis. croup, aud whooping cough, are promptly cured by it, and it has In many cases over- come tmlmouarv diseases In aggravated forms, when all other remedies failed to help and physicians gave no hope of cure. Those who for convenience have wanted a smaller sized bottle of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, can now obtain It of their dealer lu half slielottles. at half price 50 cents. Send for Dr. Ayer's Curvbook, aud read more of the cures effected by this remedy. The book contains too pages, and Is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Aycr Co., I owpII Mass J. II. II. OWjU.KV. SIIAN'KP. President. Cashier LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN tho city. EUROPEAN is the tlucM in The Lndles Every convenience for Indies "pending the d:iy in the city. Ucutlcncn'a Cnfc on olllco floor. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Manager. Music - Tno.s1I.1v, Thursday nnd Stind ay I.HMI1IIV, other em- Stanford Female College. FIRE WILL.IA3X S HELTON, PRESIDENT. ttired and experienced teachers Si' oitio 'l ven to I'rimnry and Preparatory Clnvscs, Call nt the College and gel a copy of our New Catalogue, or write (or one to MKS. XAXXIi:, S. SAUFLEY, 1uly Principal. Stnnfoul, Ky. 1 INSURHNCE . f- .,,:,. W- - Next Session Will Open September 5th. Insurance Company Full Course of Study In Literature, Science, Music, Art and Klocutiou, under cul OIU!OOKlYVN. as ssi PHJtiNIX : ' heart-shape- Caledonian Insurance el 1 LOOK HERE Corn Harvesters, ! t Co., 01 Scotland. , KOUND1SD lHOfi. R. B. MAHON Y, Agt bTA.VKOUl), KY Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, At Tun Por Cent. Lower Thau Anyhodr. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., In Baking Powder Safeguards the food 1 See Us IWforo You liny. B. K. WEAREIM & SOV. ESTRAY HOUSE. UUIII I.H-V- Receiving lilH Fall And Vinicr Goods. hall-stor- For Sale cix Kent, against alum Cam to my houvs Oct Mh, a !ay mir I jears My hotoeand lot cniita'timi Twn Aires sllualM old, about 15 hands hUh.sb.sl all around and looks ou thiiirlllH Ave, Malifurl, Kt New wltsifr. lie (M er falling well of water. Mrs. Msvl l barton. MM MO.sl.U. like the lias lud fistula. ., FOR SO RENT--189- 9. I Mason Hotel first-clas- . acres of land, good hwe romn, lsiv- - bsru. good apple orchard, wltnplenlr of small fruit, 10 We have pwtx! our lantl-nnd lierehy or rj sere to sow In wheat. Call on John Jl. wnrn ull (Mr(iti from trvsjuisslnj; on them Stantord, or wrllr I.. f IMI:lfrSj for any purpose whtttuvor, under Himlty of PpmIIkmiI, Ky. tho law pmvidiHl In POSTED. such Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Htm a Call. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY. case. Iancaster, Nice Home For Sale. s. ?2 pur-cha- P. W. CARTER, An need man took poison and died in a Cleveland, O., hotel. He left this terse note: "My name Smith; live Boston; brass molder; out work; grave digger do rest." Ofllco over Hlcjrlna Sc MeKlnney's Store. Circuit Judge Settle has granted a Solicits u fluiro of the patronage of the coni' restraining order against tho State Dentist, Stanford, Ky. tuunlty. 50 JG.J4cCiAY Chinese river port, destroying 10,000 houses. Over 1,000 Inhabitants were burned to death, or killed by falling buildings. The damage was 83,000,000. And Dealer in vThc comptroller of tho currency orHABNE3S, SADDLERY, &C. dered tho First National Bank, of Flushing, Ohio, to suspend buslnes?, STANFORD. KY. giving as his reason for closing tho bank, lack of business and the fact that the concern was suffering from dry rot. The steamer Norwhal arrived at San Francisco with 42,(300 pounds of whalo bone and f18 barrels of oil. tho Karluk brought ."),000 pounds of bono and four barrels of bear skins, tho e))('fflagwwtfwwtbirimilBUJttv(b Crnmphus brought 10,000 pounds of whale bone and the whaling bark California brought 1, COO barrels of sperm oil. This Is the greatest catch for The Route to many years. Eugene Williams, of Dallas, a bawdy house at Corsicana, and without warning began Indiscriminate shooting. After the firing ceased, It was discovered that Dick l)Uh es here a Mi(V-- t. Board of Health in the injunction suit 701m J. K CHKI5TIAX A. CO Mimford Q filed by Dr. Percy n. Woodall, tho osteopath, at Bowling Green. Gideon V. Marsh, president of tho Of No. 511 Court h Ave . Keystone National Bank, at Phila- delphia, who embezzled a largo amount A HAT PIN CUSHION. and absconded, has returned and surWill l nt tho nnd. Over your cushion tew n fancy rendered af ter "i years' wandering. Myers House, Stanford, on Tuestho cover of Jnpancsc Inwn figured in t.omc Capt. nealy, just back from day, Nov. 29, 1898, pretty design. Cut out triangulnr-thape- d Klondike says tho Yukon country will pieces of the lawn, line them Itetmiiln one day in eaeh month. yield 30.000,000 this season. He says with paper camhric so that they will hard-lustories come from mon not stnd out, nnd ecw them on each edge Eyes Esanslnci and Qh::cs Scientifically (62) knowing pay dirt when they seo It. Adjusted. of the cushion. You can edge tho fnn-c- y A terrible fire occurred at nangow, a pieces with lace or not, ns you a . MBIRo-- n'Ur.l bjr a fund ol UXO,(t.t ite tiront UlMiletiUol th n.iiiIllhHiol th ILtuk arc L ad to th L'nilnl huiv (istrrinu.tit aud lu ntih MH-t- . ai ovamliifl at .tat..! IIhip. ty vr, inuicnl JU'fn'i thin MturinuadJittou.l aud flit tlht. to dilUirs. U hrebv si ven to nil peron ttoldlnr I.ln- IV) .Un, wrtl wstwwl and lu ftae nate f etilUra-tloThU In.lliutlen otUlnillr taMtl(l a the .! Imrns. I utrk'l cirtu Couniv Mond of i.urt.'s ISss. :i, to (knit llaHk ol btanftinl In 1A1, thru rponiinilnl at tlit) alWnal Hank ofMaumnl In IMW andagalD At. t orn aud bay t rops can W I'otiuiilt-le- e Call oa or addrw, J C. prtweut snuie to the underlueil to suit pun-Wel rcrrwaulirdaatkn l'lnt Nallnual Hank of Stanford IT. 1c0s for tMvmont. This OctolM-" Mtt UM'.Y, ftanhml, Ky. In IMi, hat lid pmcllrallr aliuHluhirrtiptal txlt IV HAIUV. J AS. Hiiffor t.Kl) II. lOOI'lUt. Ucllltli-- . SS jrwin. It I. huMnw upllx tioir will a fortmiiMtllnc rrvxit.llr and lib' HsrlBnlB Nov. 1st. I will r ll.KVKVIIi:i.M HA prallvth.il rrr lvniin It. long and iiunoraMt sun 11. 'dsirr wikoii id rianiorii -- : rartwr. Arveunl. nf Individual., llduclarlca.Bnaf vil.urlrt.aihl wlIll jjfadto furiiluli thow wiin ar.d IndlTldualttellcllnl. wl,h J' " milk who hate to Imy. rdrs tK(CTOa. Meier will receive prompt attention ( J. II. AMkWMII. V. lUM, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Ilaydcti, Stanford S. II. Uauglnuaii, ' S. T HarrU, " " T V, II 111. J H, W I. Wnlti.n " W. A. Trtl.hU, " ! BLVZ GHASS KUB5S3ZSS. FALL '93. J II Colllor.Cral.OrchM M. J..Miller, Ml. Vernon. " M , IKKluiorr, Stanford. , orriCEKi. w rr nnnr rondv to huv voitr Turkey. Kverv thliiR for Orelmnl. I.nwn nnd GarS. Ilockcr, IVrildcnt; J J McllolwrU Caiblt Will lay vou IV iter pound delivered here. den. I'mlt and Orimtneiitnl Tww, Shtulw. J A A MrKlniiPT,A..inU'ankr 1 turkeys on We unto voiitohi'llAonr VltitM, Snmll Frulti.. ltlmlwirli. Aittmr-iiku- h to some lloii. 11. m-thellrsttnitrkot. If liot to nnd nil Mock Rron In uuntrltM. Trione else. We feel contldfiit the early mnr-k- ces ronsonubln n wo employ no ajtenU. we will have this itenron. will ho tho heit 'Jutnlocue on npnileatlon to sntson nut by you We din good HiLi.nNMi:YKii. ii. We hope the farmer of this money we Lexington. Ky. (Oli Telephone 270. I!ct line to and from Uh and help nmke the count will htantl ty M - I will sell prlvntelv tnv hoimi'rm Danville pike, Il4 mile fro'm Stanford. Cortln J K. LYNN. i ttcre. Is wolt Improved aud ohh of tho J. II. .McKlNNKY. nlcM plneen iilraut town. C.reonlxrry A. M. IT. LAND. 0 Bright, Mufortl. Ky. NAt'OllMAN. J. W. IIAI'GIIMAN. K. i:. PATTKKsON. S. II. SHANKS. S. If. T. I). NKWLANP. A.M. l'KNCK. M .. II A CUII.MAN, MIL. V. UMMiy, .1. K. IIUCCK. V .M. Caj-iti- l Sleek 5100,000. Surjlss, $15,750 J. WAUK. Sit. Attention of th puhllc I. r.llrd to the fact thai thltl the onlr National Uaiik in Stanford. L'n drr th ruTilaii. "I t br Natkinnl Hank Act lriMlt(ir aiercurnl not only J thtt capital mock Inn hj- tun ttockhol'trr' llahilltr lur an amount - S UWSI.KV. Haltn tbf itock Mtht dMtiurtof ihlilnitltu-tlu- ii FARMF0R SALE lwodtllllh"vs. iSK e.n 1NOTICE. far lwtt !. IDV JAM Ittft I" Fruits, Flowers, Shade! TURKEYS WANTED 1k-- et 11 prt In-,- iit r "Big Four Route' All points in Mlehigan, DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, DR. R. M. PHGLPS, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, & Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. I5ef Louisville, Kentucky, Stanford, Ofllco - - Kentucky. SKire. Whito Oily Special. t Terminal Station, over Hljrfrlin t MeKlnney's ST. LOT7IS Avoiding thu Tunnel. ck BOSTOIST. Wagner Sleeping Cnri r de-Eir- e. TODEE.TAKER! For further decoration till your cushion with lint pins of all kinds, not forgetting the pntrlotic pins. Ilnnnnn PUBLIC SALE t my fsrin 1 ! I TAKE THE ble, K).,i' I'lonr la New. The next dietetic fad is going to he houwludd nnd banana Hour. Manufacturers nre ex- 1hefJUwliKIroirty: iiiil.lMMrnts, Imludiiii:kltcli- nuw perimenting in this direction, and tn tut tu ri, farniHiif iisv l.akn 3 rk r..,i., iiin.l..r Mimrr. soon n meal that will keep ns oii one- liewr, etwral pairs oi work imile, l.Vlfejsl promiso fam-Nlr IneandMiKk- ratlin. long as wheat flower and make a much VM Iwnvli wini at iliock, nillkoiiws, more uutrltious bread. As already nhucke.1, and other thing too nuiunus to men the craze, for whole wheat flour is passover Tt':nt. nu 510 and under. eaMi In ,hand,nego ing, this new albumen will undoubted- that, irrdll till .Ian I, VJ, witliout ly meet a quick welcome when it ,ta..tanofhh... lnk.A! SWINl:uU0AD QUICK comes. The use of tho banana ban tie- eloped its great value as an article of From troiibleaonio pains without the aid food, and the great army of banana consumers aro prepared to accept of nicliciiies is often niToriled by the Jlot will oll publicly mile froni Hub Thursday, Nov. lotli, '98, 111 lt - - 1 kkIiI-ln- Uuiret l'arlor t'nra. Wagner .Sleeping Cur Private. Compartment Cars, L'ouclius and Dining Cam. Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUK. K O. McCOKMIUK, I). J5 MAUTIN. en. 1'ass ATM. Agt, Pa.TrallicMcr, CINCINNATI, O. Ke-ega- nt i, lilt-!!- Soutnem Railway mii'Q t u I'ENET KATES RELIEF the !!LHM avam J. T. SUTT02M, - engerly its further development. A SUItE SIGN OP CROUP. nustonville, Undertaker, Kentucky Popular on-tar- Hoarseness in n child that is bubjeot to croup Is a ouro indication of the approach of the disease. If Chatnberluln's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after tliu croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attuck. Many mothers who have croupy children! always keop this remedy ut hand und find that it saven them much trouble and- worry. It can alwuys he depended upon nnd is pleasunt to take. Por ealo by Cruljr & Hooker, Druggists, Stanford. - tli kj.'1o of Ve.t Uicoln OflVnhUierTlcento and Cav counties. Full tock of folBiuand C tialwajiou baud.Manager. ! U. 6. Carpenter. In our Htibber Oooils nnd EIGHT GREAT STATES Toilet Article Department will bo found a IContucky, Tounebseo, Virginia, Georgia :orth and South Carolina, full assortment of theso nnd other useful Alabiiina, Mississippi. Water liottle. articles. viceable Y mny NOTICE. We uru lu tho trade with FnlU Brunch and AUo liny, Corn, Oats. RiMid ConU. Slifpstuir, Flour, &c. Wo uIm) handle Ilrlck mention as being ser- CHICAGO. VJce-Pre- s. at any time, Fouiituin Syringes, Through Sleeping Cars Iietvrecn LouUvlHo other Hot Witter Uottles, Ice Hags, Air Cut.lt Ions. Kubbor Gloves, Ktc. ant' tho gouth. Bryan, two women named Selma and Pearl, nnd Dora Ravmond, whom Williams claimed was his wife, were morFrank J. Becd, Gen. Pass. Agt., K. II. Bacon, DU Pass. Agt. tally wounded. After the bloody work Williams sent a bullet crashing through W.'.U. McDoel, & Gen. Mr Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. his own brain, dying on tho spot. Ileinonibor wo tnko l'uriii Prompt delivery mitl attention to nil orders. Olllco mid scales near I.. Sc N. depot. Telephone No. 41. l'KRUIN Si PENCE. P. S. Wo nUo curry Bowing .Machine, I'urt.s and Attachtnenta and do nil kinds of nnd Sand. These aro made of the best quality rub-'te- r THItEE DAILY TRAINS Each way between Louisville und Lexington W, A. TURK, 0. P. A.. Washington. I). C. W. II. nnd will prove to bo very durable. repairing. CO Penny's Drug Store. fjj ifli-- TA'LOE, A. Louisville. 0. P. A. Ky ti.