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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898111101 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. CJ SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1898. XXVII. RELIGIOUS NO. 72 MATTERS, A Maznrln llllilu cold in Loudon for Rev. It. H. Mahony Prenohorsvlllo ul 11 A. Sunday. At Kansas City, u religious enthusiast cried: "1 inn homesick to bio Jesus,'' und then dropped doud. SouUoru Presbyterian collections for November will bo directed to tl o education of young mlnlstorlul students. Lucy MolTett, of Central Untverstt , bus become college secretary for Kentucky, f 'bo student' volunteer n ovc-uien- will preach at M. Saturday and hkup hMp HON. C. CON'OKKS lON'U. I MIDDLEBUR8. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. t. Rogers, who died recently In Hardin count.., bad read tli Bible through more than a hundred times. I low Carter Helm Jonas held a two weeks' revival at hit church, the It Is said that Mm. Mary K. Broadway Uaptlst, iu LouUville, and had 110 confessions. A Jlttlo girl becamo vory Indignant with her Sunday school teacher whon ho t'jld horns sho said: "You can not servo God and mamma." Tho Freed man's Aid society, of the Methodist church, spent over half a million dollars for benooloneo and schools, during thu llacnl your Jut ended. Dr. Goo. S. S.ivnge. for many yearn American Mblo Society superintendent for Kentucky and Tennessee, hut written a book on tlio Bible work In .GILBERT. I)1 TI Samuel Ashby, on his 78th birthduy, last week, at Sebioe, was congratulatGrove, who is said to be a bad man ed by 01 children, grandchildren, and from BltterCreek, had some words Sunday with Guo. Elmore over some fodGov. JamoH B. Giveus Is to be marder. That night whlio Mr. E. was feed- ried about the 1st of December at ing his horses, thu old German came Tacoma, Wash., to Mrs. Esther K. out with his pistol and lirud, the kill Gentry, of Michigan City, Ind. passing near Mr. Ehnoru's head. William Smith, of Chupluin, O., LunglaU went tho next day and armed wants a divorce because his wife perICTiIt. himself with a shot gun, and there may sists in attending parties and balls and be moru shooting. makes him stay ut home und attend to great-grundchlldro- n. per mouth. Those rascals who have idled their hands cutting bridles, harness and saddles-, and at other deviltry at tho Green Itlver church for sovoral years, have been getting In their work at the Methodist church since tho meeting began. Chus. Baxter and D. G. Elliott have sulTered at their hands, and there uro steps being taken to upprohend the g.illly ones. Carl Langluu, an old Gorman at Cambcll Lucas died at Ills home near Ml. Olive Monday night, aged to years. He was a pensioner at tho rate of 71i their golden wedding ut Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray celebrated II. W. McKlnney, of Winchester, und Miss Hallie Boggs. of Madison, wero married Tuesday. Because his wife suld she did notlovo him. John Victor, of Muhlcnburg county, tried to end his life with poi son. Thomas C. Bradloy, a Hurdln county farmer, after a quarrel with his wife, was found dangling at thu end of u plow-lino- J Royal ROTH 8AKIHO POwOtU CO., Nt Baking Powder YOBK. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome . Something for the Boys It makes the n hnp,)y. It is not In the way of (Sift. those States. A. L. Chapman and wife, of Chicago, have been sent by tho Chrlbtlan church forolgmnlnslonnry sooloty, of Cincinnati, to ConsUintlnoplo, Turkey, as closed Tuesday night after running over two weeks. It Is generally conceded that tho meeting has resulted In good to the community. Members of other churches seem to have been benefited us well as those of thu Methodist church. Johnson and wife went to Liberty Wednesday to conduct a temperance- meeting and will go to Washington county to commence a meeting on the lilh. There were several conversions and sunctlllcatlons during thu meeting here, nnd It Is hoped that the good accomplished will be lasting. T. S. II. The meeting at the Methodist church tho children. J. W. Smiley, a widower of and Mrs. Julia It Kludge, a widow of 2.", came up from Casey and after securing a license, went to the borne of tho groom und were married. George Lout, an Insane Oklahoma farmer, killed his wlfu with an ax and attempted to kill his three children, but was deterred when one of them uvvoku. He then cut his throat. While two other men huve married their mothcrs-ln-law Fine Suits and Overcoats at prices to pleae you. Undei wear for a.l. Union Suits, Night Shirts, Hath Itobcs, Serge Suits, Top Coats, ShlrtP, Shoes. See our Line before you buv. Suits Pressed and Cleaned. " The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. Cypress Shingles. IJANVILXE, KY. Iron Fence. missionaries. Itev. W. J. Iloluchiw's meeting at tho Baptist church at PInovlllc had live additions by confession and baptism, and they woro buptled In the Cumberland river In the presuco cf 2,000 iteoplo. Thu Christian church will dedicate Its handsomo new place of worship at Tflli VN(ri-jHLD- , Chnpul, Adair county, next Smith's i s.v 1. M t It W" UN Sunday. Elders '.. T. Williams nnd N. W. Prolllt will bo there to ncslst In the WAR ECHOES. dedicatory services. The 2d Missouri and the lWth lutll-an- a Itov. Goorgu 1'. Taiibman rooontlj bavu lwft L.ln-.'U)i- i for th onu nt 1'oplar held two nicotines Plains with 'it1 additions and one at l.otiisvtlli' Is preparing for a three Mt. Olivet with olghl. Tho Muysllck day wfloomu to the Legion on Its rechurch, of which he is pastor, will engage In a mooting some time this turn from Porto Itiuo. About .0 nfn from th month. which wns rrimitly inusturwl Klder John S. Swoenoy, pastor of out, Iiht niUn i In Ui.i r;uui' nriny. tho Paris Christian church for 2S It - undtfi'stood in Washington that years, annoHucod his thf prwaldvni will pmimtm Col. Cwstlc-ihhai tho congregation was kud dv lilm ntrlgadtrgfnnilV about to vote for thu eloetion of a pasHe said he would state his eoiiiinUslon. tor. "Th bervliw Mon tf ih SpinUh reason later. War" Is a mciwty whleh bus bfn Pastor W. K. Foster write: 4,Our by thrt Hddlers ul I.exiugton. muutlng nt Glonooo closed Thursday G. A. It. orgaiiUd-tlon- . .'M additions, :il by baptism It Is slinilur to th night with nnd six by letter. Wo rucolvod onu ItMir Admlr.il Schley has hvun from thu Reformers and four from tho by thu arrival of Commodore Methodists, one sister tWyonn. old and Siunv at San Juan, and will start for another oil." Western P.ecordor. the United State? on his ilu;hip, the Pastor W. M. Kuykondnll writes to Newark. tho Baptist Recorder from Mnrksbury: Gen. Sanger u)tointoU Capt. Noel "I assisted Pastor A J. Pike in a Gaines, of tho .'Id Kuntueky. provost meeting of ten days at Gllcad church, marshal for that poialon of the 2d diMadison county. Results, 12 addition. vision which will oe located Columbus, 8 by baptism, :i restored, 1 by loiter. Ga., In the near future. Uro. Pike has been pastor of til lead Luii-foP. Vaudell. th only male nine yours. He knows how to preach member of the distinguished LouUville Gospel. Ms people tho family, has beau honontbly discharged. think a groat deal of him. !1 has two He belonged to lh LouUville Legion, Sundays vacant, I hope some good now doing duty in Porto Kieo. church will call him for half his time." .Secretary Loiignn- - r.Tttvd confirm-utioSome time In January the celebraof the report that the Maria Tetion of thu 100th anniversary of Ken- resa is uttmi-- on Cat Island, mid has tucky University al Lexington, will ordered a repair ship hiiiI a wrecking take place. Tho occasion promises to tug to go to thu scene at once. bo a most momorablo one Jn every Cap i. B. B. Golden and Second Llaut. Kentucky University, formerly John Nolen, both of Co. L, have tend-erTransylvania Unlvorslty, has a reputttiuir lest nations to Col. CoUon, Before and he lias forwarded them to Washation which Is world-widmany of the Institutions of learning be- ington. Both are nun Knox county. gan to spring up In this country, TranOver a thousand acres of sug.tr land sylvania University had the reputation In the oroviucti of Matau..t, planted of being tho finest Institution of Its with sugar cane and fruit for the tlrst d kind west of tho Allegheny mountains. time iu Uui-- t ttiirs. havo been by heavy ruins, .tddlug to the POLITICAL POINTS. misery of tho inhabitants. Win. Kuiio, the soldier of thu Third Lexington Argonaut has susTho Kentucky, who shot and killed Motile pended. Lexington, was dismissed A dispatch from Frankfort says a McClurc iu Cnstlo-ma- n from the cnargo of murder preferred gubernatorial boom awaits Col. against him. The proof indicated that on hla return to Kontueky. a request for an Inter- tho killing was accidental. In rospon60 to Tho .'Id regiment will stop oh" two view before tho election, Col. Bryan hours at Bowling Green Saturday, eti lock-jirefused, saying ho had military route to tho new cam) In Georgia, and of tho peopie will glvo them a royal re J. Sterling Morton Is another one thorn that oiiL'hl to bo In boll. Ho vo ception. Several hundred men of the regiment and most of the ollicers llvo ted tho straight republican ticket in Bowling Green and Warren county. Tuesday. Corn Is uot nearly eo badly damaged as thought. The wheat acreage Is larger lha.u usual. Mrs. Judle Taylor, wife of William Taylor, an old Fedoral soldier of Yose-ito, died Thursday after u lingering illneaBof several days. Tho interment twik place In tho Mlddleburg cemetery I n' ni 1 South-urnuiinip- -. Sod ICon-tuok- Friday evening There would not be any doubt us to the way the soldiers of the late war in Casey would have voted If they were only of age, but there Is only one we know of that was old enough to mark a ballot. Casey has some eight or 10 democrats in Porto Itlco and two iu Cuba. Brer Johnson nnd wife aro still holding forth ut the M. E. church and large audiences uro present ouch day and night service. There have boon severa. In Kentucky In Y2X tho last week, another killed his and NT? & Metal Roofing. Mill "Work. Is hiding iu a straw stack. John Franklin, tho Barren county murderer, Is said to have been located In one. "-v '" f "" " Yr " V "" Martha Jones, aged IS vears. of fll Letcher county, was slain by her lover, !. Charles Combs, i'!, in a tit of jealousy, thu murdu- - being committed with a pocket knife with which thu maddened man cut the girl's throat from ear to ear. After receiving and our big stook for Tall and Winter la William Dickerson and Miss Belle ': ready for the big trade vie :iro sure M enjoy, wo are glad to know that Ison and Sidney Poor and Miss Alice . . Ison woro married Wednesday at !. The brides tire sisters und very beautiful. They are relatea to :. And every kind but tho poor kind. We Invite you to call on us and If wo Col. John W. Poor, the big cattle man 1:1 plea-toe A. csmE, STAN FORD, K5T. 7 IT x&sh V'a,BVs' - : i 1 .1. ValuelsThe Trade Loadstone gi-ttlpo-ltl- 0 .V IJ Bry-untsvll- I .. We Have Great Values to Show The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DAKVILLS m -; . iou of that section. con-soeutl- I- ii Hen conversions and sanctlficatlotis. F. Grldor was present Friday nightl Springs. being on his way to Itiis-o- ll Itev. F. L. Creech is holding a protracted mooting at Husscll Springs andGrldcr is assisting him. C. C. TEACH EHS' M EETING. asso- Tho Lincoln county teachers' 1 nl ciation met at Crab Orchard, Saturday morning, Nov. .". Owing to the Inclemency of tho weather, very few teachers were pruont, and the meeting was adjourned till 1.30 p. M., when an Interesting program was curried out. Mr. McWhortcr delivered the welcome address which was thoroughly appreciated by all. Supt. Singleton responded, making an excellent talk. Mr. Milton Elliott's paper on "The Dawn of thu Now Day" in which he compared the schools of '2o years ago, with those of today, was very much Tho association Is always glad to listen to Dr. Doores, who Is ever ready to aid in all matters pertaining to education. His lecture on Physiology wna very tine. Little Miss Ida lllnehart comuletoly captivated tho audience with the recitation of "The thu bad Elf Child." Considering weather, much interest was manifested by tho good people of Crab Orchard. The association looks forward to Institute week which will be spent In that hospitable little town. d. A Chicago man advertised for "'foil "companion" to accompany him audj ij family to Euronc and over 1200 women fr responded. The experience of one tells thu story of till. Shu said: I answered tho "ad." Hu said he would marry me. We went to the Clifton House and there registered as man und wife. Tho wedding was set for this morning. He obtained my jewelry and S125, all I had. I waited until the hour of the ceremony, and then a friend told me I was duped." A romantic marriage took place at the parsonage of the Central Christian church, when- J. E. liuttun and Miss Hantiu Hall were married by Rev. I. J. I Spencer. They both eatno from Eng. (0! land. Mr. Batten has been here sever-u- l you, tell others, If not tell u. SHOE?. Ladles, get the proper which Is bro:td; the vamp ihort. Wo can show them. Shoes for everybody. Tho Worth Is the attractive feature. Men's Furnishings, Trunks. I! CALDWELL & LANIER,t KY. 1 i'X ii SSSSS3BS33S3 m HSStSig H $ lljj 1 I'J . Mac Intoshes, I In almost any grade, from $2 und bus prospered In business. Ho left his sweetheart behind, with the promise that when saved enough money for them to llvo on, ho would send for her and they would get married. Accordingly hu sent for her a short tlmu ago, und she arrived about two weeks since, and has been staying at his brother's In the country. Winchester Democrat. GRAB ORCHARD. yeu. up. Ail all wool Mcintosh for 14. in 1..1 vfj. i' I ! 1 I iI 1 Overcoats j Long Ulsters and Storm Collars. Regular lengths in light and dark - ' colors f !(! ;: U v I . ii ret-pec- t. el e. I over-tloiro- w. r Catllsh-moutTaylor, or Hog-foFin Icy, or some other republican of equal brains and prominence," Is the way editor Richardson, of Glasgow, himself a Statoolllclal, talks of our Attorney General and Secretary of State. "I can give you u bit of Information that you may regard as reliable. John Young Brown will announce him-bca candidate for tho gubernatorial nomination within tho next wcok or 10 days. My authority Is Col. Headlcy, who you know was Secretary of State d In Gov. Brown's cabinet. Judgo In Cln. Enquirer. h ot Ex-Go- A SUIIE SIGN OF CROUP. v. U Kln-cai- Hoarseness In a child that Is btibject to croup is u sure Indication of thu approach of thudlseuiie. If Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is given as soon as thu child becomes hoarse, or even after thu croupy cough has appeared, It will the ultuck. Many mothers who have croupy chlldroru always keep this remedy ut hund uud llud that it saves them much troublo und worry It can ulways be depeuded upon uud is pleasant to tuku. For salo by Cruig & prc-ve- ut llockor, Druggists, Stanford. : night. : Thu Teachers' Institute, which was V (:) held In Crab Orchard Saturday, was New and stylish, in both light colors and black, both wool and silk quite a success, notwithstanding the lined. Prices exceedingly low, quality considered. Inclement weather. Alex Deazley sold 70 acres of his it.Y farm to J. C. Slier at $:10. J. W. James J! is buying up tho corn in this section, SI per barrel, und will begin paving ri f Gkouuia Lr.wis, Sec'y. making whisky Dec. 1st. J. C. Sllor '..-.- . ...".. 3? !?,-'. P55.:!s ' sold to Lexington parties u gelding for Perfumed tablets huvo tuken the 1.)0. place of sachets with tho fashionable The many friends of Mrs. Sue Holmes and the uninitiated might mistake an tiro glad to seo her around Crab Orchup-t- o hitu woman for u walking mediard again. Hope she will in tho future cine chest. The tablets or pills ure tho seo proper to make her homu among us WILLI AW SS HELTON. PRESIDENT. concentrated perfume of (lowers. They again. Mrs. Granville Haley is at the give just that faint, delicate suggestion point of death. She has been ill quite of fragrance desired by the refined awhile. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. McClure, woman. In form they aro most con Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under. culof Stanford, spent Tuesday with relavenient, as they uro so small there Is tured and experienced teachers S it a itt ) i I ven to Primary and Preparatory ( lasses, always room for them everywhere. In tives In Crab Orchard. Mr. McClurc has not yet decided whut business he Call at the College and got a copv of our Now Cutalojruo, or write tor ono to MRS. addition to being slipped in tho belt will tuko hold of. Mrs. J. II. Pugh, of NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Stanfoid, Ky. and hidden away In tho corsage thoy Pittsburg, and Mrs. W. R. Dilllon, of are sewed In tho lining of thu hat. Livingston, aro Capt. F. W. at These tablets can bo bought in violet, trying to mako his sufferings Dllllon's light as heliotrope, white lilac and peau possible In giving him tho best of good . nursing. He Is much Improved. Editor Woods serves notice on Editor Tipton that ho is wholly responsible " e porA. Potnpoll a mosaic for all that ho has written, ho of u woman, tho tlrst untiquo porIt all, he retracts not a sylla- trait trait in mosaic ever discovered, has ble. He will bo at his customary place been found. The workmanship Is so of business ut usual hours, and will not It Is dlllicult to discern that uecessltato hs slapping anybody else lino that is not u painting. In this matter. "You can read. Please it A boy who smoked 1,200 packets of read urlghl." A Havuna newspapor has been sns-p- c cigarettes, saved tho pictures and sout tided a rill Its editors imprisoned for them to tho ilrm, asking what they At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Auybody. See Us Before You Buy. publishing an article attacking tho would glvo for them. Tho answer United States against the orders of the was as follows: "Smoko 1,200 raoro and wo'll send jou a collln." censor. Rev. G. W. Ferryman will begin a mcclln g atthc Haptlst church Tuusday i Short H. il y IW Overcoats K' ,J I J. MeROBERTS. -- '.' 1 :::. Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. m d'Ks-pagn- o. LOOK HERE ! Wheat Drills, M 3 1 life-siz- jm ' 1) ffC Corn Harvesters, n .I n Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAREN A SOAr :- - l.i.jUfa,.4.aAM)aM fciatM .v,a - - .- urt.fc',-'.-.- . r .':r--J- L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - Nov u. iSqS W. P. WALTON. THK result of Tuesday's election, while not as good for democracy us we ' had hoped, is nevertheless very prat- ifylng. A Rain of three congressmen I in Kentucky is something to be proud J of and the gains elsewhere being sulli- - yJPv THE ELECTION. mkasm The democrats concede Indiana Jo tho republicans by 10,000. Tho Legislature Is republican in both branches. Tho republicans hold tho nlno districts carried in 1S00, though by a reduced majority in one of them, the fifth. Thero are already four republican can didates for Turple's scat In the United States Senate. It is the unexpected that happens. Contrary to predictions, tho election In North Carol! nu was attended by no bloodshed, and the returns Indicate the democrats hnvo elected all nine of their congressmen, all 12 solicitors, 4 out, of 50 Statu Senators, 05 out of 120 representatives, and the Stato judicial ticket 1 ground. patch that ho can prove that Vincent Roreing spent $20,000 in his race nnd that ho will contest tho election on that I. i I ft L . i, by M.OOO. IN OTHKU STATES. enough to make all who love democracy Tho election returns establish tho Georgia's entiro delegation aro demfeel good all over. The administration fact that tho United States Senate will has been rebuked and its management ocrats. congressman is a hnvo u republican majority af tor March Montana's lone Tlicy like our courteous treatment. First Charles K. Wheelur, of tho war condemned. The democrats 4 next. Tho present party division of I'ecn sc tiny nhwiys ll n I what they want uenry u. Allen, of Xew York did nobly and but for a democrat. ocLuini ' Mississippi's seven congressmen are tho Senate Is: Republicans, 4"J; demoI'ecuiiu wo io not eel inferior gondii. Third John S. Rhe.i. foolish worship of an imaginary hero, llccau-crats, :U; populists, 0; silver republithey enn buy i hen i r th in elsewhere. Theo tncts elected, democrats. Fourth D. II. Smith, Van Wyck would hnvo been Fifth-Os- car Arkansas returns a full democratic cans, (i. Tho next will likely be, reNew York Citv was not. however. Turner, publicans 4s, or two more than u maSixth Albert S. Horry, caught with such chaff, for she gave delegation. New Mexico elected a democrat!" jority over democrats, populists and Seventh E. E. Settle," the democratic candidate for governor congressman. silver republicans. Eighth G.G.Gilbert. 82,000 majority and made a clean sweep In New York the Roosevelt plurality Nevada elected a republican governNinth-- M. of 12 congressmen. In the South reWilliams, is admitted to bo over 13,000, though Tenth T. Y. Fltzpatrlck, publican representation was nearly or and a silver congressman. Republicans claim Nebraska, but tho republicans claim mu-j- more. Tho Eleventh Vincent lloretng. wiped out, while in the East and West Legislature Is republican and will democracy gains, in places occasional- late returns do not bear them out. ML VERNON. In Iowa the republicans elected all elect a successor to Senator Murphy, ly where it was least expected. On the good day for de- th!r candidates for consrress but one. democrat. In the congressional delewhole it was a pretty Sore throat prevails to an unpleasant By our thoii4;ititN of rii'tiiuers, and tiny have every year Increased our stiles iin'I mocracy and that is why we turn our Kansas elected a republican governor gation the democrats gain 12, the extent here. (New York city wo aro recognized a the 'ending store in our line in Lincoln county. chicken cock loose and lot him crow. five out of six republican congress borough of Manhattan and Wo c.ury tli Bro. Lloyd A. Ford, of Lexington, proper) sending a solid democratic men. preached at tho Christian church hist There were many secret threats by Potato Patch Plugree was elected delegation to Washington. an eating Sunday. An Irishman went Into the soldiers during the time that men governor of Michigan by about 50,000 The reading by Mrs. Robartson. house and asked for a square meal. imwere wearing shoulder straps and majority. hlra a bowl of which was announced for tho evsnliiL to The waiter first brought r.nn. A'honlnr was agining that they were the whole of the 23rd, has been deferred. thing, that when they were mustered Congress in the Eighth Alabama clear soup, which Pat drank with a I here was some whisky atloat hero J relish: tho waiter then brought In out they would "beat hell out" of somo by over 10,000. election day, but the recent killing had We mrry the Ingest line of HooH nnd Shotw way of the of the ofilcers. In most cases .the Louisiana elected a solid democratic celery, which food went the put a quietus iiK)ti tho belligerents. We enny tin I lir.c of Furnishing Good, We carry the threats were idle and helped soothe delegation by fully 50,000 when all are soup; the waiter next brought In a Brodhend talks very seriously of havlobster. The Irishman looked at tho Injured feelings, but in Chlllicothe, O., added together. ing electric lights. This seems to be the other night, they were carried Into the Legislature lobster a minute and thon rebelled. tho coming town. Tho Quay claims that fanners go said, "Ol'vo drank your full effect. Col. Hamilton, of the 7th elected In Pennsylvania is sure to "Madam," ho and ate your bokay, but thero to trade in preference to coming dish water Ohio, made himself especially obnoxct him Senator. to Mt. Vernon, as thoy can always sell 11 ious to his men, and when some of them Sayres, democrat, carried Texas for OlMl bo dora'd if Of tiishto the bug." their produce there. Chairman Kerr insists that the House ran across him after being mustered rnvcrnor bv 250.000 and all the eou- Mr. James Lundrani and family wore will be democratic with 101 members. We ctrry the UrgC'i line of ClonUf. upon him and gave him gressmen are democrats. out, they set gain of 12 mem- called to Pittsburg by the mirlous illWe cmry the largest line of Comforts and lil.inkut. the severest drubbing a man ever not) Old Virginia, God bless her, sent the Ho claims as certain a ness of Mrs. Lund rum's father. Mr. and survived it. We hope the example' two republicans to grass and elected a bers In New York State, In New Jor- - Pettns, the accommodating One n c istoinor nlwuys a cmtointr U th hlght tribute to our gco U ami ou agent of sey, 2 in Massachusetts, t) in Pennsyl will be emulated and every tyranlcal ' goud democratic delegation. dealing, niid w tolloit n ontlmmnce of your patronise. Qoina with basket 1 In Illinois, 2 In Brodhend, has charge of tho L. A: N. and officer be given a threshing that will Democrats gain two congressmen In vania, In Indiana, o Hnraus. Itapactfully your. otilce during Mr. Land rain's ubsencc. teach him that shoulder straps alone Maryland, the delegation standing four Maryland, 2 in West Virginia, 4 In Revs. Piko and Johnson cloud a Virginia, 2 In Alabama. 2 hi Missouri. do not make one man better than anoth republicans and two democrats. three weeks mooting nt tho Methodist '( in Kentucky and 3 in North Carolina. er, Louisville seems to be democratic church at Urodhcad with a largo nuin-- ' again. Every candidate of that party On tho othor hand Chairman Babcock ber of additions. Six immersions fol-- i Judge Bakkek, of Louisville, dcllv-- j is certain that ISO republicans and 1(54 anything got there this time. lowed the meeting, two going to the! ered a red hot charge to the grand jury for democrats, populists and sliver repubdemocratic State ticket in In which ho claimed that' The entire 13 districts Baptist church. the other day is elected by a plurality of licans were elected, with Tho rally, headed by the log cabin human life was the cheapest thing in j Missouri 10,000 and democrats gain two con- to be heard from. which has preceded elections In tho. Louisville. He had compared results T. I). i:NEY, Malinger past, did not take place this year. Gov. in murder and felony cases and found gressmen. South Carolina democrats elected a Bradley was expected to speak for his! that a life was worth less than $20. The congressional delegation and a party, but being unable to come. Judge f (ranch store at I'ftri. Carlisle, Mt. flerllng, Post lays the blame on the Common-- 1 full Hanlstown, Lnwrencchurg, (ynthl-nnState ticket, there being no opposition Holt addressed a small audience of wn.ilt.hU n.ttr.rniv inifl thinks that Versailles, Eminence. Georgetown. Klitnbvtlitowii, Frankfort. .Mnuckport, Ind. faithful republicans hero Monday. great prevalence of crime thero is due t0 the alter' .., , rt mien nt 1 110 democrats have elected Roberts . Inn. Gilbert's speeches In this county won .! f -- -a Ulntn to 1r i " r- 1. s. -- nere .fu in TY... n nrl nnnMlnrl thfl many voters for his party. The demonot properly prepared, whereas all the!10 u crats were very hopeful before tho devices known to the most experienced legislature, wmuu m ! HOW OLD KENTUCKY WENT. election and their rejoicing now is very criminal lawyers are at the command States Senator. New Jersey elected a republican enthusiastic. One good brother was so of the gamblers, the lottery venlorsarftl THE EIGHTH DISTRICT. governor by 12,000, and a republican excited Wednesday morning that he the murderers. Davison. Gilbert. Legislature to choose a successor to rushed oil to town sans collar and neck222 Received at Lexington, Ky. Anderson Nov 1, IS9S. A veteran of the Federal army Senator Smith. tie, running the risk of losing Ills life 1212 121: Boyle iMted ' incinnati, O In Louisville the other day whose the Legisla- Garrard WW died 1213 Republicans claim that from soro throat. To Fred Wcckc-H-2tl" name ought to be set in letters of gold ture of West Vlnrlnia will be 10 In Jessamine The second Matthews brother, who 1725 Instruct nl! Manager f ISIiie Grass U'2 nnd pictures of silver. Though he was their favor, which will retire Senator Lincoln was shot by John Meadows, died last It! 2407 22I5 Grocery Store to eit the life out ol the following gootls for ane week, Madison wounded in the war and entitled to a Faulkner, democrat, Wodnesdny. Mr. Fagan. who died the Otil 115S Mercer beg niiini; Saturday. Nov. 9th: pension he declined to claim one, say-- 1 200 McMIllin Is elected governor of Ton- Rockcastle night of tho shooting, was Mr. Mead-Urown Sugar 4c, Lard Co, I ev ring's Package Colll'c 0c a pound, 7 S5-455 ing that he was able to support himself nessee by about 18,000. Eight demo- - Spencer ows' principal witness. Mr. F. had long Itnrs 'Tom Hoy" Soup for 10c, New Sorghum 2j?c a gallon. 20SU 1410 and did not need the bounty of the cratlc and two republican congressmen Shelby expected to die of heart disease and left II. K. LANG DON A CO., Proprietors government. An exception like this Is ' are elected, the same as before, Instructions with John Lunlz regarding lO.&SS 9,597 hard to find. Fully half of the men on his burial. He told the latter where to in Florida democrats elect both con-th- e :W1 Mai rolls oughtn't to be on them and ' pressmen and a practically unanimous find his pocket-boo- k and a letter of Knox gave White 550 majority. . .1 .1 they would not be If they were as hon ' legislature, me raus mm ..nni InnttldH jiujis wsc Largest retailers of line Groceries In the world. 5(1 stores in Kentucky, Fltzparick's majority in the 10th Is Instructions in case of sudden death. est as the Louisville man. not having over five members.' IudiMiin and Oli'o. Mr. Fagan left a son and daughter, who 1,555. The entire fusion ticket in Colorado, W II did well, very much better are said to bo wealthy. His son nnd Madison was "0 years The Courier-Journ- al demo- attended the burial at Pine t.. wauerson ceie- - headed by Charles S. Thomas, i.i than Shelby. Maui Street, Itiiermr Journal Htiihling, Stanford, Ky. oiu n... . anui .ur. tit... .. iiiesuay hi? a ma . crat. for covornor, i, electee. At this rate Kentucky will soon bo a Hill. He was n man fitlud to en iov the orated tho event by sending out n", jority approximating about 50,000. most refined society, but one hasty act white man's State again. a doublo column editorial anent It, oppon- cut him off from all that he loved, makrepublicans electcongress- Wisconsin Wheeler downed his populist ..U,V..U,.,...U. was V. ing him an oxile from home. ent. Reeves, by 5,000 In the 1st. And what the devil the Times men m every uisuiuah--d.- u, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Protharoe wore' Borerlng's majority over White is which is still in uouot. ine lugis-l.itufcrovving for? Jess because the old hen . republican. ! guosts of Mr. S. II. Martin. fully 6,000. Tye's vote was small. tried to? Arthur, of Williamsburg, visited Mrs. enis to On congressmen, the State For the first time in the history of John Fish. Mrs. Goodin and Mrs. It is said that four and perhaps five Idaho women have voted for a con- have gone fully 20,000 democratic. Wudnwsduy. Is very close In the 9th, but Moadows came up hist of the defeated republicans for Con- gressman and State ofilcers. They The vote J'tivoiitu lollet trenui for the complexion, chapped hands, Ac. gress In this Slate will contest. Of took the liveliest Interest In the pro- the Indications are that Williams has Mrs. W.J. Sparks was here lnt Sun-- ! day. Judge McClure wont to Stanford course they will. There Is money in it ceedings. won. for them any way and if the House Oscar Turner turned down Waltor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mil- Illinois bv 141,000, McKlnley carried turns out to be republican, might will but it went republican this time less Evans in tho 5th district, Louisville, by ler, Jr., Miss Mao Miller and Mrs. Jas. ' Hniik, Jr., went to Lancaster last week A complete lino i f the inif-- t popumr Perfume, Colognes. liny Kum, Toilet Wnlers. give way to right in unseating demo- than 30,000. The democrats gained 585 votes. In Laurol, Judge Boreing'b to attond tho burial of little Annie' cratic members. The vote four and perhaps five congressmen In county, was for him 1,350, White 711 Laura Miller, infant daughter of Mr. rn... T.m.....n.. ijuu..i.sunu r reel--. 1 the Suite. iiijj i.m tmuii Tsi...... and Mrs. Tom Miller. J. S. Repport! il Wakott, republican, was ,,,, an ln- - and Tyo 142. Berry is again the choice was in town Sauiec'iiy. Joseph McCall, Toilet Sontu Fate Powders, Tooth Hrushes Sachet Powdira, Hair Uriishcs, Tooth 1. ings to Editor Maret and other good governor Hrusho?, Combs, iVe. OILS, Oils of ai kinds Turpentine, Varnishes Oolois, &c. Albert S. of Massachusetts . ,, ..,, ,. ,imr...,- - of tho (5th, beating his opponent, Don- of Maret&burg, came in early Wednes- Call and h-- us. , Rockcastlo democrats for cutting Davi- son's majority In the county down over1 day to hear the good news. rnado notable gains. They increased aldson, about 4.000. 450. Tho gray gelding seems to be ' & In Whitley give Complete returns tholr representatives In Congress from R. B. Kendall, the very much below par in that section. foun 1,877, Ilobson 50(5. Borelng's Jones one to three. der, secretary and general manager of Delaware, majority over White, 42S. tho Kentucky Growers' Fire insurance It is said that Davison Is hot in the The republicans carried and John S. Rhea, who made a manly Company, and of Central Fire Insucollar with Yerkes for not carrying electing the congressional Creel, his still hunt In latlvo tickets. A republican United contest, beat Dr. rance Company, of Lexington, diad 2,500 in the 3rd. opponent, ollice and also has It in for him for States Senator, probably W. U. from a malignant attack of Ilambrlck, Independent republican, fever, aged 41 years. Ho leavestyphoid in Rockcastle and almost 'licks, will be chosen to succeed Gray, a widgot only 395 votes In Louisville, the ow, formerly Miss Darnail, of Republicans gain one congressman. carrying that county against him. 10 votes. beating him nnd three young daughters. Ohio stood by McKlnley. It gave a socialist The calamity that threatened Ken- plurality to the republican Stato ticket Alnbnmn returns a solid democratic Mrs. Nnnnlo U. Anderson, of Waco, tucky in the election of Jones, thereby of from 55,000 to 70,000 and elected Jo delegation to Congress, retiring the We invito your atte itiDti Ihe Celebrated elected two years ago. Texas writes: I don't know of smmaking the appellate court republican, republican congressmen. Tho demo- lone populist was happily averted. Ilobson Is elected had weighed oother source where I can get so much Bully for Boyle. She crats gain two, but lose two congressby fully 3,000 votes and the country is men, making tho delegation stand as Davison and found him too light for tho information at so small a cost, as by subscribing for .tho lNTKitiou Jouk-N.safe. job, so sho gave Gilbert 8(5 majority. before. In tho 7th district The vote shows that tho people are California democrats concede that Settlo Is Tho Cleveland theater, pretty well pleased with the Goebel Gage (rep.) was elected Governor by n by 5,000 or more. Old Capt. Hardin O., was destroyed by at Cleveland, lire Tuesday Election law, which the coun of ap- heavy majority. The Legislature will was too slow to keep anywhere in sight night. Loss 4U,000. The audience r The I'icks Feed Cutter, Tlio Poindoxter Com Sp itter, be republican. Four congressman were of him In any county. peals, having dodged the issue, will was quictlv dismissed nnd thero wus Lexington elected her entire local now proceed to declare constitutionally. elected by tho republicans. The demno panic and no onu hurt, ocrats elected two congresstnet and ticket and gave Settlo over 2,000 Tho transport Newport, with Gen. The Courier-Journ- al had up two tho fuslonlsts one, Breckinridge lu his p'llm-omajority. Miller and staff, tho 1st battalion, :"0ih great big roosters, but the people are days nevr beat it. In Montana tlio democrats elected wondering what It Is crowing for. Cer- the entiro State ticket by a comfortHenry D. Allen had an easy tim e Kansas and Wyoming light buttery, sailed from San Francisco for the tainly not because It thinks it did It. able majority. They will have a getting away with Fowler In tho 2d, Philippines Tuesday evening, every county In tho district, The Capital Wngins, Tho Oliver Chll'ed Ploas. A hotter line of goods never of- majority of 40 on joint ballot In tho carrying John Scullon, hailing from Cleveland, A fool election clerk In Anderson Legislature and will elect a democratic but Christian. His majority is fully forctl y m. e got ("0 days In tho failed to sign the election returns and United States Senator to succeed Leo 5,000. at Danthe rads will try to have the vote of Mantle. The congressmen are also " John D. White tells the Rarbourvllle ville, for working tho Sr. game on R. P. Stephens, a groceryi'naa tho precinct thrown out. of the Louisville Dls .correspondent democratic. j e cient as indicated to wipe out the great republican majority in the House aro 'YlV. Clint,!. ,1,.,..1. ,...v.. utojii b iook- it. .tin can uko see straight, hut ho can road his title clear to a seat In Congress from the 4th for the next two years nil the same. Ulunfortl wasn't in it a little bit. lmln nowed under 1,000 or more. ' Our friend, G. R. Jotcr, made a good fight for nssossor of Casey, but Newt .umis, uio republican nominee, beat. mm oy tno small majority of 275. Judg Jones, for appollato judge, carried tho county by nearly twice that number, These are tho men that tvill represent Kentucky in Congress. Only one lone republican is In the lot, the hist' j named: li- Ii it that tlioso who trade with the Louisville Store Never trade any where clso? I CBN BE PROVEN ted Largest Line of Clothing irel re-ele- Largest Line of Dry Goods gi ! I 'A yir i The Louisville Store. rrriiiiinTHiiiM-OTMiTiniiii- j thl J tiKI n, , Vi V. I I """" ....ti . Telegram Received r: J j ' I a a 1 Blue Grass Grocery Co., ' son-in-l- aw i ,.1,,,1 asSsMMggaSGg&Sj ; A Ma-wit- JIST THE THKIG f J f RE RFUMERY ! Fancy Goods. HOOKER. ORAIG ATTENTION 1 "Toilet cincl I well-kno- wn j Flem-Ingsbur- g, I Farmers . I . l L. -- ted Dain Sonbla Deared Cora CfhsImf .... .....-,.- .. st The Hocking Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, work-hous- "short-change- HIGGINS McKINNBY. j. - ir"i t v- m at t o . i j. Wedding presents ut Hamilton's. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. C. thi: im:bult in Lincoln county. 1.. ;t. 1. 1.17 1:1:1 LAND AND STOCK. country produce taken Stanford, Xo. In exchange- or goods ut Hoazlcy ic ii ii Cartor's. Foil Hunt. occupying. it it it ii ALL kinds of Gilbert. Diiv.Uonds.Xo. 137 ISO 18,-. GO TO- - 3 ' Canned Apricots, " Corn, Baked Itoans, Mince Meat, . 221 10 1 200 11. - Nov. n, i8gS 12(5 Walton, lkwiNia Manaoi-k- . k c Walton The houso 1 I'osaosslon to suit renter. i. am now Huston villc, Xo. i. i. loo 1(11 121 Ml 117 no 207 101 10 :n 100 2.110 Canned Tomatoes, Canned Pea, MONEY. To loan on real estate at f The loss of u low hogs amounts to per cent. Addross W. S. Luwwill, Waynesburg, Xo. 1.110 7. l.'W 21 Oysters, Snnllne, ii ii (j 2. si 110 112 more than the cost of protecting an Chipped Beef, Potted Ilnm, y. mi Oranges, OS 27 entire herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Attornoy, Dunvlllc, Ky. Slireded Cuconnut, Raisins, huvo Kemedy. Don't wait till FIks SWOI'R. Joseph Swo'po, who moved 1112 172,'i 2.1.TI 2K or nru about to occur, but uo now and Grains, Citrtin, Pickle. Mustard, 2S:i 1,020 Mil J. from the Hubble section to Indianapoget it fiom Fenny s Drug Storo. Candies, Oliver, Glassware, Quconswnre, The above shows that tho total vote lis, died there Tuosday. I In (In are, Stoves, Harness, Saddles, .fcc. iiimoo for Gilbert and Davison wu :i, 107. Tho PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Iryou want a good hunting coat, total In 1SO0 was :J,170, divided Ea?Produce taken in exchange for goods. Telephone No 51 -- a 1,1 for II. M. Haho, tho optician, is at tho hunting material or a good pair o' Davison and 1,502 for Thompson. This logging call on W. 13. Mc Roberts. St. Asuph. shows a falling otf of 000 votes In the soiiio hogs at lie. Se Miss Huttik Wkahkn Is visiting In Mrs. Daxtcr Death. Mr. DeJarnett Dunn, fath- county, tho republicans losing l."0 and sold 2" J. R. York to Hahn Crab Orchard. turkeys und they averaged over l."0. Thcnumborof votes er of Mr. A. C. Dunn, who has been In the democrats 10 pounds and brought il apiece. Mks. W. S. HowlaNI), of Danville, Antho Asylum at Lexington for some time, cast In tho highest race In ls07 wero Is slowly iin)roving. derson Xews. 1.S0S for Bailey and l,ulD for Dawson, a died yesterday. Mits. Will Mokklani) is with hor R. II. Dronuugh will tako Kitty B. total of :I,.'!j7. husband In Lexington. and tho best of his string to California. THE inspection train with some of At Crab Orchard tho old board of MltS. T. A. HICK joined her husband the high olllcfals of the L. & X. passed by a good ma He has the good filly entered In several trustees was up yesterday. They, as usual, found jority. Their device was a boo hive rich races there. at Cumberland Gap yeiterday. II. F. Hlllenmeycr, the Lexington Miss Uisssiu HicilAUDS, of Danvlllo, tho deM)t hero O. I. We are now .showing a gre it line of Shoes and Doots for Men and Hoys, manufacand they are as follows: M. J. Harris, Is visiting Mits Ophellu Lackey. nurseryman, says there was more rain tured by Hitell it Son and the Forwood Mfg. Co. W. A. Beazley, Isacc Ucrrin, Joe Mc- THE Ladles' Aid Society of the Bnp- Mil. J. T Maiitin Is moving hla last month than in any previous Octist church will havo an oyster supper Cluro nnd W. L. Bell. John W. Brooks, tober In 20 years. Saullcy section. family back to tho Kdtnls-tothis, Friday, evening, Nov. 11th, from for police judge, defeased John Split Silk, 2:00J, won S10,n7o in the Mks. S. 13, Ckonlky, ol Lexington, 0 by a majority of 24. Joe A. Shan, to 10 I', m. In tho room next to Withspent several days with Mrs. John F. ers' furniture non for town marshal had no opK)sl-tlo- campaign just closed. She started the store. Oysters served In year without a mark, winning eight Jones. And get prices before making your Fall purchase. any style for 2"c. Mits. H. C. MocKCit hn's returned By tho aid of his 1.000 Xogro hench- races out of 14 starts. In addition to his other stock &e, from a visit to bur parents at WHILE Mr. A. C. Robinson and men, whom hu was able to dupe and Crab Orchard, Ky. family were In town at the election tho several hundred misguided whites, W. C. Greening will sell at his sale Xov. 17, 20 fat horses and mules ready uumu Tuesday, a thlof entered their home who Imagined him Mil. Gkoiiok T. McHouhiits great man, esdown from Urodhoad Tuesday to vote near Gilberts Creek and stole a tin box pecially when he seemed to have for the Southern market. for Gllbort, containing a small amount of money in ny to bum, Davison carried the William Cloyd, of Casey, bought of John Drye, of Hustonville, a bunch of Kn Fkyton is back from n and twine valuable papers. Mks. coiimy sovetal hundred. Many visit to hor brother, Mr. S. C. Lackey, iiemocrats didn't think the occasion shoats at 2c, which is the lowest price THE Richmond city council has iixed we have heard this season. ia Harrodsburg. worth their time and didn't vote. who still re- druggists' license for selling liquor on It took nine cars to carry the export COL. V. F. SIIKKIDAN, It wui the quletost election ever held came down from prescription at SlbO. A leading drug- here. The democrats had little or no cattle Montie Fox received of Messrs. tains his home here, gist told the Register that the drug money to spend and the rails having Held, Woods and Bright and they left Livingston to voto for Gilbart. Lebanon stores couldn't stand tho pressure and everything their own way, there was here by special train for Newport Xews IlltV. H. U. M.MIONY wontto would abandon the sale of liquor to the no pulling and hauling und the lloatcrs Monday night. yaaturday to havo the Hoyul Arch saloons. Franklin county farmers held a Thanksgiving Day is near at hand and the Holidays are approacking. Come in took what they could get and then voted In Maroniy conferred on hlmrolf. meeting at Frankfort, denounced the and let us help you decorate your tables with A THIEI entered Davu Hmbry's as they pleased. Mks. Maky Fattiiiison, of UincftR-toRowland; Willis Barnett plug tobacco trust and called on Fedto the Na- home WednesJay night and took a has gone as a delegate police iudirc. bv throe votos. over eral and State otllcers to assist In tional V. C. T. U. convention at St. goneral survey of the surroundings, but took nothing. I!mbry"s wife's Judge T. L. Sholton. Fulostlne Rogers Iruuklni; it up. Faul. Tue Winchester Democrat reports Mks. Kmilv Mason, of Emlnonce, screams scared him away and ilnally was elected murshal and Win, Tapp. of ' cattle at 4c Shanks, woke him up aflor the sjnmp had got- John Delaney, Thnmai Smith and Wll- who bus Iwun visiting Mrs. Lou !J(' L- aml - Brown bought of Ham Murphy, trustees, the selections vUlt ruin- - ten out of hearing distance. UftTuttstlny for Missouri to various parties about 2,000 barrels o; being made from both tickets. lives. THE promptness of the sheriffs in 100 corn at uo delivered. The Stanford precincts cut about K. T. MINOR, of the Hubble secUon, turning into the Statu treasury tuxes irmn nvi.nn'd inuinriiv nf twn v..fiM JH- - Uoonc sold In Cincinnati this - J ..v.... w who Is working on a dlstlllory in J collected ha enabled the superintend- ago, but IIiMonvillo and Crab Orchard wook a car loau 01 uutcner stun at it We arc offering some great bargains in Satin Damask, with Napkins to match. Wo Franklin county, oatno home to vote ent of public instruction to remit to the behaved badly, otherwise Gilbert to 3jc Ho reports the market very are showing a complete line of for Gilbert. dull. Mr. Boone bought of various daughter of John 13. Itout, county Mipcrintuudonts checks in full miihthuvo carried the county. A LITTLE for the payment of teachers to Xov. 1, Davison will contest If the Houso is parties Tuesday a lot of butcher cattle of tho West Knd, Is convulesoing from for the tirt lime In live years. republican, you may gamble on that. at 2 to 2ic. a spoil of coarlat fovor. Fortunately The experiment stations long ago the diouasc has not spread . THE Richmond Lodge of Odd Fellows If it ia democratic he will go Into his declared that 100 pounds of ground corn Mil. A. F. MoiUtliLY, formerly of did the Stanford degree team proud. Kd hole and draw it In after him. In extra size Hemstitch, Knotted Fringe, Ac Table Oil Cloths In new patterns. Davison cares nothing for the dignity and cob meal go ut as far us 100 McCroary, Garrard county, ordora his Wilkinson tells us that thov wore mot pounds of pure corn meal, the cob givpapur changed tq Mound Valley, Kan-ha- at the doot with carriages and that of tho iiosltlon. He made a hand and ing it more bulk and rendering It easelecwhore has gona to live. the keys of the city wore handed to a half working the lloaters here ier of digestion. Mil. M. G. Kkynoi.dS Is ngalnjlepu-t- y them on their arrival. A splendid ban- tion day. The Glasgow News reports !a sweet The oond issue is safe In this county. shorllf, Sheriff S. M. Owens having quet was served at tho Zlmmer Hotel 2.1110 votos cast on the question, potato four feet seven inches in length- sworn him In for tho Southern end of and everything done to make tho Sun.-for- d Out of tne longest we nave seen tins season. only 21."' wore In opposition. the oounty. A good selection. crowd glad it had come. The potato grew horizontally in a The election commissioners will open Mil. J. K. UllUCK Is in receipt of a ridge, and was about three or four intho Continued. Jailer DoBord Is In il books and declare the results ro- ches in circumference. lottur from his sister, Mrs. II. J. ay. at Canton, Mo., telling of tho receipt of a letter from Jesse Barrett Terhune & Co., bought 70 mules Lincoln is the only black spot on burning of thulr splendid home a few saying that his and James Baker's trial here Monday. 25 yearlings for Si, 140 map. on the charge of being accessory to the Gilbert's days ago. 9$ and 45 colts for 3000. The average 85 WILL C. Mooisi: now has charge of murder of Howard in Clay oounty, had FiNOElt SHOT off. John Baker, price was a shade less than $.10. They VTA tho trlng of horses owned by Kcnmore boon continued till next term. They living near the depot at Crab Orchard, were shipped to parties at Hummels-tow- SB Slock Farm, near Hardsiown. There were to have applied for ball yesterday had the index finger of his loft hand Pa. Harrodsburg Sayings. are few batter horsemen than he and but in the event they did not get it shot off by tho accidental dischargo of The commissioner has reports that they would be returned to tho jail here his shot gun. none better with saddlers. fully 40 per cent, of the corn has rotted for Ophelia Thompson has 1 j Miss Squiee Bailey, who will sell his In the shock and on tho stalk, but 15 to home from Chicago, where she Bio YIELD. On I of an acre of land effects Nov. 21, sajs that one reason ho 20 per cent, he thinks is a conservative m spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs, j Mr. M. N. Depauw, of iho Shelby City is going to leave Lincoln Is because he estimate. Tho condition of the wheat 13. II. Conkllng. She also visited hor raised, besides what his large wants to live In section, democratic county. crop averages 00 nnd the acrearo 107. iNter, Miss Mary Clay Thompson, who - M :i5 bushels of Irish He will go to Washington county. Pastures arc fine nnd average lOii. iTis met with much success at Lake Side family consumed, i1 jH)Uitocs, l'i bushels of sweet potatoes, AtO. A. Swinobroad's sale yesterHospital, whore hu is a trained nurse. THE late fall had kept most all the one of which weighed eight pounds, Courier-Journa- l. day, household and kitchen furniture jej and four barrels of corn. Thoso who luaves on the trees until the storm of a and farming implements sold well, 3Fi Miss Maky Klicin, the pretty Vallom-hrosi- a few days ago aud since thuu Is 215. aged mules SIKilO to daughter of Mr. M. F. Hlkln, and her think there no money in tilling tho was not strewn with as many pair mules soil iuiit)i profit by getting a pointer or W, corn in Hold sold at 81.10 to J J. 15. Jv Su Louis lover. Mr. K. I'.MoriU, drove so loaves as now cover yards and forests from Mr. Depauw. away Wednesday and not returning it The cattle had not been sold up to the . hereabouts. . time our informant left. A good crowd Issuppoiod that they have hied to u Is the circuit court W. C. Hutchison, JV The foreman of tho section hero, was preent. m Gretna Green and miirrlwl. George Stephenson, who a telegram when he was arrested at Crab Orchard, W. A. Moberiy. is a candidate for lirst tsi Farrls & Whitley sold to John Just as we go to press comes from Mt Mary to her parentis, July iiu, was iluod 1 cent and cots. honors on this division of tho L. & N. Fmbry 100 exporters at 4i. They saying that they wore married Wednet-da- y The four oases against tho L. & N. wore Ills part of tho road is in splendid went at onco and weighed 1,400. G. friends W. Dugnn also sold to Embry 51, In Louisville. set for next Tuesday. Walter Golden, shape and it is hoped 1by his race. that ho will finish No. In tho average, at t 05. Horaco BowIMward Compton, Henry McKlnley and LOCAL HAPPENINGS, man sold to II. A. Mason, of Louisville, Jasper wero each finud $20 for Charles II. M. Haho, the well known optician a Berkshire boar, six- - monhs old, for m disturbing religious worship. - FOUND bracelet Key. This office. of Cincinnati, Is at tho St. Asaph ?' $20. Advocate. The court wa engaged the whole of where lie will remain a few days. J. K. CtlKLsriAN A, Co , have bouglit yesterday In trj lug George W. Lay for Hotel, well known In Kentucky and tho stock pens Monday there were At Ho Is this week 00 turkey at 0 shooting Bunion l'rlvltt. The defend- around hero as a reliable and able op- something Hko 2.000 cattlo. Prices r r ranged from He to 5c, the latter price RlOtEMnr.il Greening's sale near ant was represented by Attorney Tar- tician. No one should fail to soo htm of Adair, wlille Fontaine Fox Bob- and secure their glasses, accurately ad- being paid for several bunches not tar, Hustonvlllo, Xov. 17. - See ad. justed from him while here. No charge Fold by weight. About 50 mules were T bin assisted in the prosecution. AN original Thanksgiving story by Tho case was given to tho jury at:i:4." for examination. Prices for glasses are on the market, but sales were slow. guaran- Large mules brought from $75 to $100; Crab Orchard lady will begin in our o'clock when a verdict was found giv- very reasonable. Satis taction teed. small mules from $10 to $00; suckling next issue. ing Lay one year In the penitentiary. Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal muies from $15 to $25. Tho 25 shares IN THE VICINAGE. has returned but tlvo NEWS The grand jury oyes acThe only place to get your of Richmond National Bank stock, curately lilted with spectacles. Craig Indictments. The bond issue carried in Garrard by to tho late Charles F. White, ,t Hockcr. Col. John Hamilton, of Dunnvlllc, over 100. wero sold at $125, 15 shares being Ontario, Canada, who la on a visit to The turnpike bo'id Issue carried in bought by Col. J. W. Capcrton. RegWi: uro cleaned up now and are reson, William Hamilton, is a gentle- Boyle, with 2,211 votes for It and 77 ister. ceiving now goods. Come to see us. his with history. When he was against It. Advocate. man Keuiembcr wu take All Kinds of Products in Kxchange for Coal. Beazley tc Carter. r W. S. TutMu bought of Jus. Surber quite young his father, who was an In the English army, came to Smith-hin- the lot In Junction City on which the Telephone No. 82 when you want Now. I'y., and later went to Vieks-bur- latter's storo burned for SG0O. goods cheap and your orders promptly Miss. The elder Hamilton laid A llttlo son of Mrs. J. T. Holtzclaw filled. J. K. vanAi'pdalo.Vbon. lirlng them to noted Fort Hill, near that city, in Lancaster bus tho scarlet fever and iih If on wanl irt oll sour turkey lliem novr nr not out the a Vonnl cold and tho younger built it. When the much uneasiness Is felt for fear It may t nil. vin at lloiiieiiiliT e iy iho liUhet prico on AlTEIt an all night's ruin, It got a IH treat juiirUlil ilrx Vet lr iol tk inl yesterday and the blgnal service 9ays It civil war broko out, Col. Hamilton spread. (9 Tho nmkeH are to ,tlcoiirapli) llint we tiay nut d o are iirw )OU will Uill tiior,. than a weA loni r. Will of tho late Hume Lmbry, will bo fair and much colder today. raised a regiment of cavalry, the 28th M"llin Ik"( mieo of Hi how win lv at Richmond Monday, names W. eel Hie J, K. Uim&TI.iSA ('.. Mississippi, and for four years served Manfonl, Ky. p. you use Chase it San- gallantly for the Lost Cause. Ho was T. Griggs executor, and divided tho WHY don't 3 colTeo? Everybody ulso Uses It. wounded In tho battlo of Bull Run and $:U),000 estate belweou the six heirs. born's For sale only by HlgglnsA: McKlnney. was In a number of other engagements, Judge Prewltt has called u mectin of thy fiscal court of Boyle for next Gurland till ho was captured about a year before Monday and To Teacheus. Supt. requests that tho turnpike 5 close of tho war and taken to Fort Singleton has received tho draft and tho place I 'vlll salt nt jmlitli auction at m confin- men who havo not yet traded with the If you Douglas, Illinois, und afterward nillo from Uii".tonilHe on MiMonvllIu .c will pay jou in full to Nov. J, ed In a fort at Boston. On being re county bo present and ready to make liiiiivlllP i1Wi oa TIUMlSnAY. NOV 17, "On will call Safirday or later. must be U0 hiMiil lior-e- s nml mules (at and ready (or leased ut the close of hostilities, he. or accept propositions. There .nultiarii market, llireo lioru, (our or flo m scarco here went to Canada and is doing a good no further delay In the matter. County lieKur. ows and jiIrs, 100 liarro's corn tu "zt ".rmumr.w Mm -F.uus are exceedingly mttmsm. .yjmt7 m. ' all tho turn- crib, fnrinliifr Implements, 1 hull etiH. 700 ---& o mav t- srdm up offering 174c a do.en business there in tho jewelry trade. Attorney Hardlu thinks and a sign Is 1 a bored and mortNed, entire lot lioii'ifi-lio-lil man of commanding pikes will be freed by early in January. L'il Including a new while Higglns & McKlnney Col. Hamilton is a 'for them, and kltcliea furniture, being 0 feet .'J and weigh It will require 325,000 to $10,000 lu piano, In flrit class condition. Terms given offer good butter at 10c a pound. Wo appearance, W. O. G KEEN I NO. uu day o( ale. bonds to pay for them. Advocate. ing 210 pounds. nover saw this tho case before hero. s " ii! Crab Orchard, Xo. 1. 142 12:1 1:11 n 7 102 101 170 200 12 10 li:i II i E. T. Fence bought of G. A. Slier HO yearling steers at SIS. A shorthorn bull for sale. Robert Harnett, Stanford. J. D. Foster sold to D, F. Logan the 11 cattle advertised In this paper at 4c. Wolhl bought. 'JO cattle, l.SOO pounds average, at 4i and :10 holfers at .'ii in Scott county. Mrs. Anna F. Qnlaetibcrry's splendid herd of registered Jersey cattle will be sold at Danville, Xov. 21. William Mooro bought of Robinson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat heifers at Ityc. Ho also bought in that county two-year-o- ld EAZEY & CMTEB. -- FOB Canned Peache , App e Butter. Canned Asparaj ;u. Salmon. Apples, Currant?, 700-pou- nd Canned Apples, Peach Hotter, Canned Pears. Plumb Butter, Beazley & Carter. NEW SHOES. W. n n. Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. Illoh-mon- d. 11 cd Table Damask. dc-gr- ou r, ed J L'ViO-pou- nd - 1 ...... ..... Handsome Cloths, Nap kines, Doiles, &c. ti Plain & Fancy Towels JOHN P. JONES. s, H 1 Men's Suits And Overcoats. I m n. safe-keepi- ng. m 11 1,500-poun- i An inspection of our large stock of Men's Suits and Overcoats will convince you that we can save you money. See our $5, $7.50, $10 and $15 Suits are splendid values. Largest line of Overcoats ever shown in this section. SEVERANOE & SOAS. WMmmmmmmmwmwMmimm i A Y 11 BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. 11 otll-ce- 1 d, g, Turkeys Wanted -- J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. pro-bato- W PUBLIC SALE. po-t- s, s55 cl e .. ' l.-1iJI,r.v- o r It. HUSTONVILLE. ! ChntiRcd the Subject. Fnuntlcroy Boy Mamma, wouldn't exTho Farmers Hunk .V Trust Co., located THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Private postal cards can now bo sent !t liae been grand to hae lived in the Tho election caused very llttlu of Kentucky, M nt Stanford, to Canada and Moxlco for 1 cent. rood old times, and had a big castle citement in this vicinity. Taxes are due and must closing up IM In the Slnto creditor of snld All nlTnlw. All Few towns tho elzo of Qustonvillo Hank therefore to pro Free turnpikes carried In nearly on a hill, and robbed everybody who jPa.'bli.ota.od.TMooAa.ya &33.d. 3c"rlAo."VO he paid at once or property Mnt their claim nro hereby notlfleilfor pay against a'ald Hunk every county in which it was submit came neurit, just like the brnre barons are on such n boom; building nru being tneut. AT i rend about in that big book? I wish constructed on every corner. will be advertised for sale at J. n.OW.I.r.V, Ciuhler. VDVVTSTCK ted. 1 I could have been onci 83 PKUYKAH MissJulln Stagg and llttlu sister, Mrs. Jennio Walker died in Kansas December Court. The Lincoln County Xntlonnl Hunk, of Mamma Hush! You shouldn't talk Allle, have been visiting Miss Allco charged. City, while attending- a mission meet- so. ICy., mieceeiled tho I'nrincM V When not anpaldsia. CO will e s S.M. OWENS, Shcriir. Stanford, Tmtt hrnItHof Stanford, Ky., ntiil Cabbell. Mis Edna Powell, who 1ms Hank A; Co.. ing. Hoy Can't I just think about such Iiiia iiiMnifil nil lltihllllle, nsoti nnd been visiting relatives and friends iu A Chicago man raado a will leaving things? entire liuslnei. Missouri and Indiana, returned to hur A GOOD LITTLE 1103112, 8. II. 81IAXK9. I'relilent. on $50,000 to 100 girl waifs the interest Mamma Xo. you sha'n'U Change J. 1. OWril.KV, Cashier home last week. She oxpects to begin the subject. for 00 years. roil s.m.i: ruivATKi.v. in a few Roy Mamma, when Is papa coming teaching lu Barren county Wm. Bennett was shot und killed TIME 4 I offer nnd lot weeks. Dr. L. O. Powell, familiarly iicrt'M amifur kiiIo my homo lying ono of near Vanceburp, while stealing' corn bnck to the city? I polos of html, mile Mamma As soon as his summer ho- known ns ''Dick,'1 Is visiting relatlvos from .McKluney on tho McKliiuuy A. CuITiw'h KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. from a farmer. Louisville. Ky., Mill pike. here. Ho Is In the optical business and Millk'lunt. Duelling gooditndto n'litlmlldlnps out the news- tel closes. X. Y. Weekly. A fire at Cadiz burned For terms apply mi. on tho 5 Arrrives at Stanford at 10$ A. M. No. hits done a great deal of work in this tiri'tnUos or to John l A Prnctlonl VIimv. Oiili t Turncrs-vlll- AMERICANS EUROPEAN paper, telephone and a law olllce, 210 A.M. No. t leaves Stanford at MUS. MCV LEWIS. v. Some children are naturally Inclined vicinity. J.W.Taylor, of La Monte, Ko. 21 Arrives at ltowlamlat V1W causing a loss of 810,000. 3:40 r. it. Stanford at Ko hero. His Ono. white man was killed and one to take a practical view of things. A Mo., Is visiting relative Male. Nice Home a little fellow, nged four, was repeating son, George, who is t. member of tho The Ladies IlfStaurnut is the linuM in white and five- Negroes wounded in a prayer after his mamma: ending with 2d Missouri Volunteers, accompanied tho city. Every couvunioncc for IhcIIcs KNOXVILLE DIVISION. C. I will noil privately my homo on DhuvIIIc riot at Phoenix, S. "flotl bless papa, mamma, grandma, spending the dny in the city, A lots of 8200,000 was sustained in brother and sister and everybody." him. Miss Jesslo Powell spentSnnday plko, Hj mile from Stanford. Contain Ucutloncn'a Cafe on olllce lloor. .12 37 p m -- ... U'S ucroi, U well Improved ami one of tho 13. !4 Train going North ... 2 41 a in the destruction by firo of the Southern "Mamma," said he, "If we had said at home. " " nloiwt plniH-iihotil town. Ureoiiborry Ho.S " ...12 4.1 a iu " outh 40 No. 25 " THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. llrlglit, Stanford. K.. Pacific shops at Sacramento. 'everybody' at the start it wouldn't ... it p i Ko.SS " Thk Havana Limited.' Tho first Manager. Kur allll'oinu. Miller, familiarly known as have taken up so much of God's time." American railway to nutuntneu train John T. n it win 1'ochester Democrat nnd Chronicle. DAIRY.K" wnami:ov. it. i thinorun It.a Music Tuoaduv, Tluirsiliy and Sunday in Minfor.1 mm GQ'IUH TICKCTS SOLD. "Mick," was run over and killed in sorvlco for tho especial bonollt of travel lutxirlw. ami will Ik? iitat to finilli with Krcnin. IIACUAUC CHECKED TlUtOUUH. Lexington oy a wagou while drunk. Uulck to I. en r n. milk who hate to tmy. t)nlin hilt with J II enquire of For any Information "I do not Ioe him," she said, "but," to the West Indies has beon henrd Meier will rweWe tompl nttrntlii The free turnpike proposition was she ndJed when she heard about his from. The Queen it Crescent Route J. It. CkMKXIHll JOE S. KICK, Agent, p voted down in Jefferson county, tnormous income, "very likely 1 could arc announcing a fait train known ns Stanford, Ky. . only 1,521 votes, against 1,833 in learn to love him. I lime always been tho "Florida and Havana Limited." Kent, Sale opposition. tin npt student." It will go Into service from Cincinnati Mr haii .ml lot roiilalnliii? Tirn Airr .itua!.! FRANKFORT AKD CINCINNATI. "Especially good In mot hematics." to Tallinn, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile i on laiitti, at , Mniiftmi, Ky Nrw rotuar. nrr. Human naturo is the same everyer r.iii.. ell ufwalr. Mm M.cirte Wliartim. to Frankfort at 6 30 a. m. and 3 ,.,, r. A Negro at Lacon, III., who suggested her dearest friend, but, and New Orleans. This exponent of where. llUli?ir..c mm v..i ...., onnectine amoorueiowii 5:1U r. M. . iamtb i,. , then, iu affairs of the heart It is well the genuine American idea of getting ,.1., ..i..i urisi ussuuilCU U wuuu wuiuuii, nusiJiuuiimj A. M. ami Ins Tarisat . known that there is no friendship be..... v.u... .. ; linno-n- - hv n mn i.. ats: A. xQ arm o;ou reaching - . into the Held early will be a complete DR. R. j rrsukuiri at n.w town with AC and tween women. Chicago Post. At Franklin, N. C, Mitch Moseley, vestibulcd service, with diners, obser " "a !2j5sBPII It. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. Of So. 5H I'ourtli Ave., KrTcctlrc l)tiloiuncy. colored, attempted rape on two white vation cars, wide vestibules, electric OFjL2ItOOKLYK. A certain benedict was in the habit till the paraphernalia roulHvllle, - - Kentucky, women. He was lynched by 100 men, headlights, und QUEEN & CRESCENT. cf troubling his fnther-ln-lnwith of among- them Negroes. tho modem railroad train. It is Will In5 at the complaints about his wife's behavior. chielly to be marked as being tlr?t In Myers Houso, Stanford, on Tues- Caledonian : Felix Bean, colored, aged 100 years, Trains piss Junction City as follows: "Ileally. this is too bad," cried the 4 11pm 12 02 p in No. 2 North. Depot. Ho irascible old gentleman one day, on the field for tho new territory which is Ho. 1 South 41am was found dead at Hunter's day, Nov. 29, 1898, ....ll 49 am "4 " .....3 31 p m No. 8 " 11 IS am " 6 " Co., oi Scotland. assisted in erecting the cotton breast- hearing of spme of his daughter's de just coming under tho protection of No. 5 " " ....G 00 a m works 8Mp m "10 No. 9 " ...... Keluriitiif one dny In ettcli mouth. linquencies, "if I hear any more com- the greatest Hag on earth. Train will at New Orleans. for pon-ger- a No. doe not stop. No 2 stop only KOUNDICD 1NOS, At Louisville, Mrs. Emma Johnson plaints will disinherit her." make fast time to ports named and will Eyes Esantecd aai Glasses '.SsUntiScally from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no fun junruon uiiy aim oanu ouuijr iu .um was nwarueu siu.uuu uamages lor me were no more. There nier than (62) connect with lino steamer service to Adjusted. oreet. I loss of her husband, who was killed by B. various orts In Cuba, I'orto Rico and Y, Ill Limit. an Illinois Central train. "I ha e noticed, Clara," said the fond Jamaica. It marks a new era In railKTAN Hl!l, KV Mrs. Leslie Carter, the actress, filed father, "thnt young Mennboy has spent roading in thlscountry. i a petition In bankruptcy, showing lia- a good de;il of time with you lately." THE HEST PLASTEI5. Ills daughter sighed. Wo huvo putUMl our luiuN nnd heroliy bilities of 803,773 and no assets, except thorn warn nil ivrins from "You are right, dad," she nnswered, H. C. wearing apparel valued at 8200. A piece of tlanncl dampened with lor iiny purHM whntovor, undur penalty of "but that h about all he has spent." luwr provided In such can. of whites at X. Y. A mass meeting Chamberlain's l'aln Balm and bound tho Journal. S. II. T. I). NKWI.ANO, Wilmington, N. C, ordered the Negro on to the affected parts Is superior to J. W. PAl'tiUMAN. The ll.MOIIMAN. A. M. I'KNCB. Hello on Kxtntr. paper to discontinue with a K. K. I'ATTKIlsOX, M J. HAfOHMAN. editor of a local Hadper You say you have so much any plastor. When troubled . Mlt.-iV. OUIMK3, :. II SHANK, its publication and leave town trouble to pet paid for services, but I pain in the ehot or side, or a lame J i: f,YNN j n. intra:. Stanford, Ky., back, give it a trial. You aro certain J. II MrKINNKV. Tho University of Cincinnati has; notice you have bought a new house r M. WAIHn J !. OWSI.KV, K. Made from pure majmificcnt L'ift from lately. Some of your patients must to bo more than pleased with the A. M. KKI.ANH. lust received a Ih RccciviiiK lilH And prompt relief which it ulTords. I'alu cream of tartar. Mr. Asa Van Worracr of $o0,000 for pay. Dr. Pellet They or their NOTICE. iclrs. Balm is alo a certain euro for rheumthe purpose of building a library. Vintcr GoocIh. Boston Transcript. ' atism. For sale by Craig & Hockor, N horrliy ;lvnn to nil )HronH liwldlni; LinFayetteville, Tenn., John Asher, of C'minty llondx of tmriiw U. Sopt. 3. to Goods food drank a quart of whisky and swallowed coln Warranted. Druggists. lie Mlmril n Cliiince. proM-n- t Mime to tho uudi'ntliied (.onimlt-tt-- o She Have you ever formed any idea 17. tM. for iKiyment. Thli OcI1t Kit Guaranteed. 10 grains of morphine with suicidal In Birmingham .'I7,0O0,C00 plnii aro JAH. P. IIAII.KV. of what annngel really looks like? intent, but strange to say did not die. (JKO. II. COOPKH, Give Him a Call. ne (after some deliberation) No. I produced daily, while the other manuHAItVKYIir.UI. responexchange seats aro quoted at don't believe I have. facturing places of England nro Stock Alum baking pow&is are the greatest Cotnmltti't. He found loitering on her rich papa's sible for about l!),O0O,iXK) a day. Franco 32.1.500. menacers to health of the present day. The advance in price, which FIRST NATIONAL BANK Is the highest in 14 years, is ascribed porch unpleasant after thatv Cleve- furnishes the market with 20,000,000 ttOTAl BAKIwa POwDtW CO.. NEW YOBK. land Lender. OK STAN I OKI). KV. to prosperous business in Wall street. each day. and Germany and other countries yield 10,000,000. Anot!nr Immune. damage to tho library and reThe BLUE 03A55 KTOSSaiZS. FALL 'SS. He Keggy Fitzjamea has become Admiral Dewev has a valuable colleccords of the supreme court by the exCaj.ltal Sleek S100,C0O. Sarplm, $15,750 recklessly engaged to any number of tion of butterlHer. which he keeps in Kvrrv thliiR for Orchard, liwn and plosion in the Capitol at Washington MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pior.. Attfntlennl thrpoMle rall.l In the (jrt that girls, but he always gets out of it. 1'rult nnd OrunnK'iitnl Tum, flmilw, thl.U tlifunlr .N.tn.nal Hank in .Stanford. L'n Mired for SO.OOO. lUHrt, Vinci. Sinull KrtilU. Khulxirli. Amr-iig: Kentucky. ws not as great as at first estimated. She Hith decency? l.r the rvrtlan l thr Natluiial Hank Act and tilt stvk xriiwn In nuoorltw. ilrro.llor.aif.ccurr.1 not only ht thecjliUl ttmk He Oh, yes; he merely has to go and Henrv W. Hyde, president of the buthytiie .UHkbulJrr' lukiliir (ur an anioiiul ni i' einplov no nfrfiitx. Uewly furnished: clean beds; splcndsd t Equitable Life Insurance Company, who ask their father' consent, and it's all ESTRAY HOUSE. equal tn t!itxk m that ilrMliirt of llili Initltu. '.'utnl(Hfiu on tippiVotloii to Porters table. Everything llonani'Curil by a fund a ffv.umt Mia iworn oyer. HlLl.KNMEVKU. is suppposed to draw the largest salary ( a a to Mijr lnue (let Mil, a lX 89 run Telephone 2T'. H. P(61) l.eliiton, Ify. ttatrEurnt. ( tli. fomlllloii it tbc llaiik rilua.lr meet all trains. .! louL. eH.uboMt !' tun 1. Iilli, rtto.1 all aiuiiiMl each jrttr to tho L'nltrd SUIn dorriiiinrnt and lu of any rann In tho world, lies dying at A Selllsli lilt rut loll. )l MUSI'U llkoihelm. lu.l aw1!, arr examined at itatr.1 tluio by umet um-his home In New York. Crawford Paris is the home of the (itlrt C'rrrk. amenta, thu. K'eurloK aJ.IIllon.l atiUitM,t aatvt PKXCE, A. S. 10 u;uiir.. Incendiaries tried to burn u toll automobile. What I want to know is DR. R. ThU In.tliutlon i.rhjln.ll f etUblWhrd m thr ly. UJnrgeon ll Uank ol Stanfutil in then re.rynliel a. house in Montgomery county, but tho why the French nre so nnxioub to the Rational Hank ufsianturd In lf(S amlait.lo 20 YEARS' SXPEHISITOB, the horse? Dentist, Haracs were extinguished. Later Howa. Ihn lint Natlaoal Hank oi Stanfor J reoritiliel HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIOIAN & In la!, I111 had practically auuulnterruill(xiit. ard's mill was totally destroyed by N.Crabshaw So they can cat him. nil In MMwitlflcally twtltip nnd ttarr will It I. Mln eoef.ir V Y. World. 'Btauforfl, IX v. SURGEON, manlier of dofectlve e)i lght. No rlmrgo jalllll' for tranurtlM( bu.lao. ulie.l and pruenitljr fire the work of the scoundrels. for titliiff oy.. l'rocrliitloiiN for fltiM" tliauever triolein ll. long and bonumlil. A DrllKlttrul llYiierleiicc, OfflcooTer McUobcrt.' Prus Store In the;OwIej In Polk county, Tenn., Gassett Hea-de- n - - Kentucky. Aerwini. of Indltldual., fl,luciuiv,Qriui H'c!tilly ground Although Miss Antique lost her "rocks," niutnl "hi'Icctod und lit lit frniiio of iny Stanford, liuil.iiuu. atd InJItlJuaUiwlUilteil. Orders from Minipltw. killed his brother, Will Hcadcn, I hear tho losing plenned her. DIHKCTOa MrKlnnev'n Store. Otllco over lllg;;liii promptly llllcd. Will ctill nt jour pluce of over a small matter regarding farm For when she ventured Into stocks, l)fl.liii'"nr rvldi'nce without i'ttrn chnrRo F. Itoht, Lincoln Co.; J. W Harden. Stanford The naughty market "squeezed" her. S. T. Ilarrit. ' A. H. Ikuijhiuaii, If rttitilrud. AddriHt I.. V. 1'OWEI.I,, (Intl- business. He Is said to have shot even I A. w. Bulletin. P. Hooker, " T I. Hill, J. S. clan, liox 37. Ilustonvlllu. Ky.. or call nt V after life in his victim was extinct. W. A TrlbMe, Walton " Ailiuio' llrng storu. SO COM) AM) SO CIIUKLI J.HColtler.CrauOrrhM M.J. Miller, Ml. Verucb Lottie Collins, who kicked herself into M . U.Kiuiare, hlanford. Undortalcor, fame with the celebrated omcaM, Kentucky J S. Ilorkrr, J. J Mcltoliert. CaihU dance half a dozen years nustonville, - A A MrKlnney,A.llantratlder ago, attempted to commit suicide by Having Mild my farm I will Offer hi. wrrlec to tliv cli ofWrat Uiroln cutting her pretty throat in London, On Thursday, Nov. 24. '98. ami Cnoy countli. Kull itock oi toiHimtnl Cik to go hence. but failed Dentist, StaiiTord, Ky. Wednesday, cigarette making machine rtalrou nana Manager. 9i X). S. Carivntcr. Tho new Otllco over IIIgj;lii' V MeKInuey's Store. Sell to the highest bidder on the fitrm miu Solicits u hliaro of tliu patronage of tho com is raising the deuce in England. In 1'cU line to ami from tulle North of the HanKlng I'ork lirldgu. nil 50 munity. tho itHiiford A llutnuvllle Turnpike, the Liverpool 1.500 girls will be thrown follow iiif; property, to wit: out of work, and manv more in other tno pair Work Mule-.- . 3 Comhlncd Jlare. Wo nro In t!u trado with I'nlN llrnnch Bin! 1 and year-- , old, fitt Ilotf- "" Kvi. nnd othr;oiMl ConN. Alwi liny. Corn. Oiitn. cities. The machine rolls from JioO to All points in .Michigan, Jer-e- v Jer-e- v 2 llurks. Hull. 2 llelfer l'loiir. Ac. We iiImi hiindlo Hrlek fc'00 cigarettes a minute. CkIvus Horse. 7 sutuks mixed slilpstutr. Iloinuinbur o tuko rurm Proniitt iind. Hay. lot of Corn, uffur C'hiio mid Fodder. ducts In exohftiifjo. Mrs. Amanda Collier, tno aged Prompt ilellvory nnd .'iIhhiI 1.504 of Tolxicvo In tho liiuid munition to nil orders. Olllce and cakw mother of John It. Collier, editor and Huo l.'.'OO ToIkkvo stlcki.. Ill SliuiiK of In nour I.. A. K. ilciiol. TtIjthono No. 4 1. Whito City Special, thrift v condition, and uvm other nrllcltw. owner of the Franklin Favorite, and u I'KllllIN A I'KXOB. lien Terminal is'tntion, Otliur Ktook wlllhe olfured for ktilo tit tho P. P. Wo iiNo enrrv M'winj; Miiehlmw. R. S. Collier, private secretary of ConMimo time. Pnrts hikI AttucliinuiiN nnd do nil kind of Terms inado known on dnv of le. gressman John S. Rhea, died at the Z.OTJIS ru:itrliiC. JOHN IIAII.KV. 5t M. U. Martin, home of her Avoiding the Tunnel. at Nubhville. Chltnniy Ah, wot a heart uvlron tint Wade Hampton, a Negro under sen- goll's got Dls makes se ven fellers I've Stanford Essiienssjrapirty For tence of death at Atlanta, drove his licked right In front nv her, but stlli Wagner Sleeping Cars. aged parents from his cell with foui she spurns me love! X. Y Kvon!itf On Saturday, Dec. 3, 1898, a single Journal. curses, refusing to listen to At UP . on th irm'", I will tell at puMIc "STOHK. miction ti the nller my dmlmMo word and declaring boastfully that ho .lliihie In tho Air. and the t,'ruiiiiU tlierrto aita lied, on JluiTol I'arlor Cnrs. Wagner Sleeping Ono rhore we heor the muaic of was able to dlo without the IntervenIn N.uif.,nl, Ky . opiKMlie tlio 1'uMlc Curs l'rivate. Compartment Citru, The Meet mosquito's wlns; School KmiintU. tion of any "d d preacher." And only n nolar Icxtts blow Tim residence wllh yaid ami (turden nnd Conches and Uiiilng Cars. And Dealer in will first Ivciltcrt'.l ewrately, and tlien A canal 1,000 miles in length Hakes him saddent when he fllncfi. He sure your tickul.i reatl via 11IG FOUU land, nlxitit fnur air... lyliiiT In Hie the ruuiulninK Chicago Dally News. the Baltic und Black seas and retinoid out lis lineofttio 'iioiI iifwt!ret 2LAHN333S, SADDLERY, &0. i' i: O. McCOKMIOK. I). II MAUTIX, llmi'iitlre iiro4Tty will then lw olffre.1 1 a aliole, ends into the marWould I.Ike n Cliiince. pouring out. at both and th.it hid .irrMjiled whiih yield tho niirft monI'ttss. Trallie .MKr, (Jen. I'nss ATkt. Agt, STAXFOKD. .KY. Dorothy (who is uccu&tomed to huvo ey. I niinedtji.) of the pluee u lie kets of the world the petroleum and OINLINKATI, (). the iirli.iM'r iiniii hi cimplljiue wlihlhe grains of Russia, the construction o her eggs prepared before thoy come to ttrni.ot rale, whirli are the the table) Mamnin, can't I have my In 0 und 11 mouth., ial Inttnllnivntt which Is to cost a mere matter of IxiirliitfO irtcut xnteret from d.iy of rale and eggs cooked with the covers on some erl.lenerd hv note, with A lien lirsiiul and take but five years' time, time, same's you do? Judge. aliui retained for ileferrel jiaynmiii... Is talked of. ThU jdare Hone if llm mo.t desirable homen In Very 1'IioiikI) (fill. the Tit) uf Stanford THK Mr. and Mrs. A. E. looro are in jail QUICK RELIEF MVUVi:, VAHNON tdfr. She And did you think of me while ihh'c PDnntmi in New York for working tho badger In camp, dear? 1 u I VI, i t WiTTmTtT? iT game on Martin Mahon, proprietor of From troublesome ptitns without tho nid 1 He 50 YEARS' ixi iiiiiiiHM the New Amsterdam Hotel. The wcraan time I Oh, yes; of thought of you everys EXPERIENCE fell out m) hammock. Yon-Itrof mclicines b often afforded by the J lot l'ESnniATKS cj) l'H!aaia(gaaiiiri(aig (Co ' enticed him to her room and while he Statesman. company, her husband Goods and EIGHT was enjoying her Water llotlle. In our Iltibler GREAT STATES .Meaner Thnn She Mcnut. came in and at tho point of a pistol you read faces? lie Can Toilet Article Department will bo found a Kentucky, Tcnnossen, Virginia, Georgia made him give up all the money he had She Sometimes. North nnd fcouth Carolina, full n&jortmcnt of these nnd other ireful Route to and sign a check for $5,000 moro. Alnbumu, MlsiUilppl, lie What can you read in my face? Trade Marks vShe Not much. Boston Courier. The largest auditorium in tho counW'e may mention as being articles. Designs try is to bo built at Kansas City at a Through Sleeping lxplulned. Copyrights &c. at tiny time, Fountain Syringes, cost of 8100,000. The outsido dimenJack You didn't seem offended Ilctween I.ouUvllle am1 tho South. sions will bo 108 by 1504 feet. The arena when she laughed in your fnce. Hot Water Hottlcs, Ice Uags, Air Ctish tlnna .trlrtlvc Mack Xo. Iliad just told her a joke. an, irr iiIiIm.i for .ecnrlnif natenta lloor will bo 02,170 square feet, and the Ions, Rubber Gloves, Klc. I'atonta taken tfirouih Jtunn k Co. rcctlro Up to Date. amphitheatre Uoor 31,000 square feet. tftcUil notice, without clinnro, lu tho THREE OAILY TRAINS An Unpopular Scheme. There will also be a second gallery and These aro inado of the best quality rub- Euch way between Louisville and Lexington Scientific "Maple ton wants war poetry taxetT.H a roof garden, making the total lloor Ijirgeat clr Fntik J. Ueed, Gen. Pass. Agt., A handsomely lllu.trated woeklr. ber nnd will prove to bo very (durable. W. A. TUItlC, G. P. A.. him; always trying to kill culatlon of any .clentltlo Journal. Tcrnn, 13 a E. II. Paeon, Dis. Pass. Agt. space 153,100 square feet. Tho seating off"Just like Washington, I). O. or: fnurmontba.lt. Soiabyall newadealor.. all the funlu everything." Detroit capacity will be 20,000, the standing W.'.IJ. McDocl, Gen. Mgrf QV. II. TAVLOE, A. G. l A. iPnasiBroad,, Mow Ynrk Frea Press, Charles II. Rockwell Truffic Afgr. capacity 70,00) Louisville, Ky Branch Otfn, Sb V St., WajhlBjton, V. C. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, TO TAXPAYERS NOTICE. - 1MM Mi LOUISVILLE HOTEL u. For 1 -- mus-terin- e- For or FIRE INSURANCE - I -- -- ..i. ..- .- GOLDSTEIN, Insurance Company FJHBNIX Insurance 1 1 T Tit-Bit- s. R. MAHON Agt, RoVal against alum POSTED. trv.pii4-.tnp-on RUPLEY, ! Evi-t'in- Baking Powder Safeguards the I Merchant Tailor, Fall I Fruits, Flowers, Shade! fJar-de- Mason Hotel first-clas- s. n. I Ixucaster, n. H I'rl-d'- Tit-liit- s. nt M. PH6LPS, re-pla- ce 1, tt. ly .V: DR. W. CARTER, J. T. SUTTOJtf, . PUBLICSHLE. I'ri-.l.le- "Big Four Route," NOTICE. Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. JX.JtfcCJUAFyY & - I 1 mm? J 1 ST. son-in-la- w, hk BOSTOW, M-- UBTDBRTAKBRI lil.-ln-.-! STEW K'e-ep- cou-nectl- 111 lilv-11- 1 nne-tlii- i, TAKE THE mn 8150,-000,0- . Soutliern Railway ! m The Popular jjmlTE American. lo Cars CHICAGO. Vice-Pres.& -- 1 Penny's Drug Store. i