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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898111801 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. ! tTFfr',''' - "T ' f ' j; 7 w r ifT ? T ' - SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. ML VERNON, MATRIMONIAL d INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18.J898. MATTERS, NO. U POKT.O KICO. OAl'T. I'i:NNY I.N'ULV DANVILLE, i hf v& The Anaconda club meets with Dr. Worrnll Friday evening. .Messrs. Harry and Guy Wiseman Under date of Oct. 'JOlh. Cant. W D. Penny, Co. D, (ith U. S. V., writes 6old ll residenco on West Lexington to from Manati, Porto Rico, to his wife. Mr Mary ICinnaird. . ... n ...u.. i.i. ..ii.. jiui i. ........... i... .mo ioi-. in.. iium us to iuiikc i. " r? n.u , ..u imuvuiu. nnui ansa "uu ""'"'. Kurtz, of Mri.i. ... ,(m.,ni,v.,T.ni. .v. . m..i.i ..VU- " I.u r.i ,.,. IlCSdllV bv line, .f. R "1 nrflvnfl I....... nt..l.i 1... ?,... 'I'hu women's missionary union will with my company and we arc In the best building in tho towu, which claims bo held in the 1st Presbyterian church 7,000 population.- - I am ruler and chief Thursduy morning at 10 o'clock. K. A. Fox, of Louisville, will lecture over the town and 20 miles square, which moans In this cointry, 40,000 at the Methodist church Friday evepeople, so thickly Is it settled. On my ning. Subject, "Model Sunday School." The Cantata. "The Gypsy Queen," arrival tho mayor tent a request to call and I had my interpreter loll him that ut Caldwell College Tuesday attracted he could do so noxt morning at 11:110. a large crowd and wus quite a success. Kev. Donald Grant, of Louisville, At that hour bq came lu his best bib and tucker to turn the city over to me, and Miss Annie Williams, of Burks-vlllwere murricd in Louisville last which was dono with great flourish. I Immediately appointed him mayor and week. He was formerly ti student of had him appoint some aldermen, eo Centre College. water. Porto KIco. The Centre College guitar and manwill bu run on tho principle of Kldor Carmlehal preuched at the Frank MoRuo ami Wlss Anna K. Mnnatl tho great and good Stanford. Send dolin club will give their flrat enterHaptlsl church Sunday, subject, "Tho Quluton. both of Pulaski, drove to this for marshal and I tainment at the opera houso Friday Holy Ghost." Judgo McCluro is cjuttu place yustonlny and were miido ouu by me John evening. They will go to Hurrods'-bur- g can turn off my .'lOpollcomen. 111. Master Ualph Forrester sustained Judgo.1 P. IJiillyy. next week, und during tho s Tho mayor and I took a drive ovor sovuro Injuries by falling. Mr. and Miles Parker, of ootmty. the city and Into tho edge of tho planvisit several othor Kentucky G. Lov- and MlfS Klhli McUrayvr. duusfhusr of Mrs. L. M. Scruggs and Dr. A. towns. oll will attend the convention In Liv- Dankfr Ii. S MfDrayur, of Lunmico-burg- , tations. I never expect to see u counTho "King's Daughters" desire ull try any richer. Tho flnest coffee, I ingston. were inurrld in Ltixlou'iou ever drank, grows on this island. We who want- to assist the joor to put Mrs. Jack Adams, of l'alnt Lick, Mlrs Lillian lluohiftian, of C'uinp their contributions in tho box at Mr. Ultcd Mr. and Mrs. Willis Adams. bullsvlllc. ukci 17, who wus attending drink mostly water from tho green Holmes' store. "In as much as ye Mrs. Arthur Scott Is In Alabama. Geo. Poller Col luge. Dowllng Gruen. eloped cocoanuis, which is sweet and pure. have done it unto ooe of the least of Thoy soil on the streets for 1c. Cook, of Livingston, is building a with Kdward l'cterson.'JO, to Jotroron-vlllo- . I hud a proclamation Issued that no these my brethren, ye have done it handsome residence. Mrs. Goorgeunn unto mo." At Arguiitu, Ark., Mrs. John II. Cu-- intoxicants bhall be sold to the soldiers, Coylo has returned from u trip to Dr. and Mrs. Martin have moved to will Immediately aud It Mr. Susan Mulllns was In oo fatally wounded Mr. Fannie G. closeIfthe s done, I put the one of the new houses built by Mr. place aud proprietor town Monday on legal business. Mr. Howell and put threii bullels into her Wisemun on West Lexington Avenue. been quite husband's bruiut, when she caught out of b'usincss. and Mrs. Wlllln Grlllln have I was so homo-sicthis morning, that Mr. Thornton Watson, of the U.S. ill with throat severe trouble. Dr. thorn billing and cooing. A., has been the guest of his brother, An Indiana wife broke her "hubby" 1 thought I would pass out. In going George Lawrence ha rented II. II. through my trunk, I found one of J. C. Watson, nt the Misses Young's. Hakcr's hoiihc. Misses Kiite Spradlln from coming home late ut nlgh, by Mits Kllzu Caldwell entertained Wedthrough tho keyhole, Cooper's little shoos. I could nut help nesday and Ko-- a Kline wore lu town this whispering evening in houor of Miss Dru-rfew scalding tears from coursing down week. A child of Andrew linker, Jr., "Is that you Will?" Ills name is a of Illinois. Miss Nellie McGood-wl- n my rugged chooks, nor stop tho tugdied lust night. Mrs. U. G. Maker Is not Will and he not only stays at hus Issued invitations for Nov. visiting at Withers. John MolCenzlo homo of nights now. but keeps n load- ging at my heart strings. Though 1,000 2:ird lu honor of Miss Duke, of Richmiles away, feel that 1 am near you and family will go to I'reaeheravllle to ed ir,iu for Will's reception. aud that no harm will befall my little mond, und Miss Eaton, of Indiana. Old man Swansan, of Thor, la., told live and James I. White will go back Mrs. Stodghlll continues very ill. An- Hock, my all on this earth." to h.n home in tho huburbi. Charlie F. K. Froderlekson to leave his daugha n In his next letter datod Oct. 21, ho 'drew Drlirht is imnrm-lnf- r Llchlellor goes to Crab Orchard thonce ter alone, but he biolo her and ran tolls of accepting the mayor's Invi- Kustwent to Louisville Wednesday. to Louisville to superintend for Mr. away. He followed and on demanding tation to a chicken tight and of tho Mr. and Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Lytic Metcalf. Ilrcman. Dr. K. J. Drown and K. 11. tho girl and being saluted with a prusentaliou to him of a lighter valued of St. Louis, Messrs. Howard, Hite and ho fired at his would-b1'rotheroc enjoyed a bird hunting toat $100, but he never expects to fight Atwood Bowman, of Louisville, Smith gether Thursday in the vicinity of with a rlUo, killing him Inntantly. chickens again. A bull fight was to Bowman und Mrs. T. 3. McKiroy, of Win. (. nrter, of Louisville, in jail Maretsburg. Mr. Willis Adams, n have given In his honor in a few Lexington, Mrs. Jennlo Cassldy, Mrs. famous hunter of this suction, shipped there for and Mrs. days. been Moore and many other friends from boveral dozen purirldgos to friends lu Lucie Ashur, of Clay couuly, a grass "I hud tho Amercian Hag raised at Harrodsburg, Miss Ann Freeman and Danville thU week. James Houk. Sr., widow with a b.iby eight month old, this place and everyone troats it Mrs. Steve White, of "Richmond, came is eon lined to the house by falling also a prisoner charged, with with the greutost respect, many taking .Monday to attend tho funeral of Mrs. wero married in jail, after a off their linti when they pass under it. Davis fell against health. LittluJoe Wilis. Rowland. Dr. Beecher Todd, Wednesday and burned him-c- l courtship that wiw very amusing to tho tho stove I havo one case of measles. Thomas of Lexington, and Major Scott, of Gen. hcrlously. A now arrival at the other prisoners. Houp, who is not side much, but I sout Sanrcra' stuff. mni. mH.,,. ,..i.i, m.. Kwv. T. C. Campbell was married lu him by train to the hospital at Arecibo, e is a 12 jHund girl named j v R the Lancaster DnptUt church Tuosduy so that he may have the best of treat - Joh Cm,,? Hlla llakor. . tertalncd fcw frendd r to Miss Cleo West, one of tho society ment. e make It n point to tee thutof mlh Drup.. (lf AUnn T11 ,. THTyicTHAGE. NEWS IH loaders of Lancaster, Kev. Mr. our boys are well taken care of, when Marra and dttUffhle. went to n,Jhmond oillclatlng. Immedlatoly after iney oo goi sick. Mrs. Daid Dunn, of Garrard, died to attend tho Boggs Juckson wedding. the ceremony tho newlyinarrlwl couof fevor. Our locution is asplondid one. It is Miss Bessie Fules has returned from Anll-toxlprovud a fcpoclfle for ple left for Cincinnati, Haltimore and just three milos from the sua aud wo Ohio. Mrs. Cliff Anderson Is visiting othnr Kastorn cities. diphtheria In Madison. got full bundle of tho brcoaes. Wo Jack Alliu and Miss Flora Grlttou, gut nice Hbh ut lc u pound, fresh from friends in Louisville. The FNual uourt of Doyle bought .' tnilos of tho Lauuaslur pike at $1,000 a of Harrodsburg, started out Monday the rlvor, a fow Krt) yards away. Sweet MIDDLEBUflG. afternoon to tako a buggy ride, when and Irish ixnutoes are shipped here. mile. The converts of the recent meeting llichmond has let the contract for thoy decided to ride together for Ufa. The latter cost us $.'! a bushel, but as So they took a Louisville Southorn wo trade hard tuck for them, we do nt tho Methodist church will be baptizan electric light plant to a Cincinnati ed Thanksgiving dny. train and Hying to JelTorsonvillo were not lose much In the exchange. linn. Middleburg isthebirthpluceof Judge KlnViaird, widow of made one and unseparnblo only to Mrs. Mary A. Tell Georgo (Penny) my Interpreter Ivlnnalrd, is dying at Paint Lick death or the divorce courts. is a professor in the Spanish school, Jones, but she gave Hobson 20 mujority John Lola Kdltha, princess, and who has been studying English for over him. Tye carried the precinct by of pneumonia. HO over Horeing. Charlie Adams, of Wnynu county, bct known as Mrs. Dls9 Dobarr, was about eight months and speaks it very Walter Walls, a youth of about 17. led to tho altar for tho fourth time In well. I can speak some Spanish but had a log broken and wiu otherwise and Miss Ida Spaw, of about the same like a show New Orleans by Jnmos Dutton Jack- my pronunciation is bud. injured while trying to ride age, wore man led Sunday at the resison, of Fon Du Lac. VN. She claims We now have telegraphic communiman. Mrs. Alien Robin ton died at Nichol-asvlll- to be the daughter of King Ludwig, of cation all over Porto KIco and with the dence of M F. Spaw near Walltown. Mrs. II. II. McAnlnch fell Saturday aged (SO. Shu was thu heroine Ilavarla, and Lola ..Montez, the first cuble. 1 could cubic you In thu mornwoman whoever wore tights in Amer- ing nnd get an answer in tho ufter-uoc- nnd broke her arm at tho wrist Dr. of Mro. Holme's story, "Tompest and ica. Sho catno into prominence while Sunshine." but It would cost 31.10 it word, Wesley was called in and sat the bone, but there Is llttlo hope that It will Dradloy nppoluted Win. Derk-ol- tho wife of (Jon. Dies DeHarr. She got uddross and all Included. Gov. of Garrard couuly, to tho placo of thousands of dollars from Judge Mnrsh, I hud a nice dinner today, consisting unite, owing to her ereat age. Breed Dnrham loft hero Monday State arsenal keeper, uiadu vacant bj of Now York and for which sho served of pan bianco, so pa du Udeos, la carnu claiming to have pressing business in a term in prison, del cocldo, huevos parados por nguii, death. Borkulo is just out of the Mr. Kmbry T. Hoaxloy. senior mem- frito, una eusuludu, qucso, gelutina, the city, but it is thought when ho nnny, having sorvudua quartor-inaate- r of the d Kentucky Infantry. ber of tho livery Hrm of Huazloy Dros., which means some wulto oroad, vcr- - roturns ho will bring with him a Bur-gibeauty as his wife. More about it voral of this place, and Mls Lilllnn Logan, mlcllll soup, boiled beef, boiled eggs, Miss Amy Smith, who has times visited her coiioin, Miss Suo daughter of Capt. W. K. Grubus, wore some fried Hob. siilad.choeso and jelly.'1 in our next. Georgo K. Jeter takos his defeat good I went to Volmi Baja yesterday to Wlillo Ilulc, hero, died of consumption married nt tho bride's home at Shulby m., WodnuHlay.Kld. F. W. muster Lieut. Llndsley and tho 15 men hunioredly nnd is the same jolly fellow at Lexington Tuesday. Her remain. utty at.l P. were taken to her home tit Kichmond Allen, oillclatlng. Miss Hyrd Grubbs ho has with him. This country is cer- as of yoro. But to como to think of it. for Interment. She was about 18 and a and Jameo K. Hoazley, sister and tainly thu home of the ancient cliff Georgo hus much to bo proud of. Ho brother of tho bride and groom, stood dwellers. The most beautiful hills curried this precinct by SI majority very pretty girl. with them durinir tho ceremony, which covered with the greonost of moss and which is more than any democrat over lirst was witnessed only by members of the loveliest of clinging lnes, which form carried it boforo. TiIK HAVANA LlMlTi:.--Th- u American railway to announce train two families'. After tho marriage they n perfect carpet along tho perpendicuProtracted meotlngs seem to ho In borvlco for thu especial beuollt of travel drove to the groom's mother, Mrs. lar walls of 200 feet In height. Occa- order down hero. Tho ono now in to thu West Indies has been heard Lilllo A. Hcazloy's, whero an elegant sionally a pluco of perhaps 50 yards is progress at tho Baptist church Is the from. Tho Queen & Crescent Koute lunch was sorved and a few hours later bare, with two kinds of rock, white fourth since tho middlo of summer. uru announcing a fast train known as came to the St. Asaph Hotel wbero nnd black, which Is beautiful when tho Capt. Green came Saturday and has tho ''Florida and Havana Limited." they will bo at homo to their frionds. sun shines on It. You can alsotco been preachlug day and night since. It will go into service from Cincinnati Thov wore recipient of numerous from the road tho most beautiful grot- It is not known ut this writing how to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobllo ham onio and useful presents, and n tos with curtains of grconest foliage. long the meeting will continue. and Now Orleans. This exponent of cablegram of congratulation from tho In this day and time, It is the homeoj The speech of Mrs. Felton, of Geor-githo genulnu American idea of gutting bride's brother, Lieut. II. Y. Grubbs, tho mocking bird, whoso dulcet notes favoring lynching, is said to havo Into the Held early will be a complete in Cuba. Tho brldo is an excellent rcsound from almost ever bush. caused tho Negro editor at Wilmingfvcstibulcd service, with diners, obser- lady, handsome, accomplished nnd vation curs, wldo vestibules, electric popular, wlillo thoso who know Mr. The auditor holds that tho sheriff ton, N. C, to insult tho women of tho headlights, and all tho paraphernalia Deazley admire him for his many must make affidavit and llio it In tho South. Slnco his expulsion, Mrs. Felof the 'modern railroad train. It is sterling qualities. Tho Intkiuou olllco of tho county clerk to tho effect ton reiterates her opinion and says: er has no "When there Is not enough religion in uhieliy to be marked as belnjr Urst in Jouknai, join their many friends in that tho dohnquont personal property out of which taxes the pulpit to orgauizeacrusadougatnst tho Hold for tho now territory which is heartiest congratulations. can be mado before ho can advertise rapo, or justice In tho courthouse just, coming under tho protection of to promptly punish tho crime, nor Tho effects of Charlos A. Arthur, any land for sale for taxes. will tho greatest Hag on earth. Train named und will tho founder and king of MIddlesboro, of Covington, Hied manhood enough in the nation to put Eva Muhoncy, inaco fast time to ports connect with fine Htcamer eurvlco to wore sold for debt at his $250,000 resi- suit agulnst her school teacher, Anion a sheltering arm around innocence and vurlous ports in Cuba, Porto KIco and dence, "Crulg Neuk,"at Harrogate, Brady, for dumuges for fulling to Issue virtue; If It requires lynching to proJamaica. It marks a new era in rail- Tenn. Hundreds of people attended to her u report showing her standing tect woman's deurest possession from tho snle, soirio journeying for hundreds in tho public school at Ludlow, and raving, drunken humun beasts, then, roading in this country. of miles to purchase somo of tho costly JudgoTarvln ordered that tho report I say, lynch u thousund a week if A judge of tho Virginia Bupremo offocts and muny articles brought fab- be given her. Jockey Shirlund was killed In a. race A seat on tho Now York Stock court and another high up man havo ulous prices. tho highest at Nashville. His mount, Red Monk, Tho governmont will add a frog joeon sued for $475 worth of sheep thoy for $23,000, foil with him. 'killed for a farmer while fox hunting. annex to its Hsh hatchery. price in 15 years. I ?. Pattl has nnnnuiii-eU. S. Marshal Short ami deputies her betrothal broke up two stills on Brush Creole to Huron Corderstrooi, a Swedish nobleman. lost Monday. Charles A. Brltton and Miss Uello Dr. l'orcy Honton Is building u hand, eomo rosldonco in that progressive Shoemaker oloped tuJotTVraonv'illu and were married. villuo, Urodhcnd. Hiutln, aged 20, and MUs The telephone Ib completed to Livingston and will be connected with ull Kliza Il.iugli, IS, wore married at .1. M. Iulnt3 this way In a few tiny. Hurrah Long's yesterday. W. F. Spalding, of Atlanta, Ga.. and for the mountains preparations nro bolng Miss Susie 13. Mnttlngly", of Lobuuou, Kxtcnslvo inadu for the Christian Kndoavor Con- wore murrlpd A Mllwaultt'o Judge recently grauttd vention at Livingston Saturday and Sunday. MUsou Annie Thompson, a divorce with thu provision that the Mamlu Jones and Leila May Lovoll will wife pay tho husband alimony. Mrs. Mary Saunders, of Powwll, 111., rcelto nice selections. Hrodhcnd Is a pood place for a slim- attempted to kill !iercif ImertiiM hir mer resort. Thore are wells there of husband of two woeKr. quurreli-- wilh ball, sulphur and chalybeate water. On her. , V. W. HunlsaiHlMI-sJiHi- e the town hill near here is a lino spring of Versailles. whoiiw.rrled Wvdnerduy, of chalybeate wlillo all otlior spring und wells alford the purest limestone will take a six wtti-ti- ' bridnl uwir to ! Tuo.-duy." Xm-kolh- WHITKS ENItnitTAI.V I'HOM TJIEKE. . Here's Something That will Pay you to Investigate. I w-i- 1. e, Our Prices, Our Styles, " Workmanship. Suits that Fit nnd are Stylish. Clothing that has the best Work tnaif ship, Prices Guarnntewi. Fit Ne-vlan- rn noil-dny- n - OVERCOATS I Up-to-da- in Style and Price. Mld-dlesbor- o. n Slorm Reefers, Drcis and Top Coats for Men and Children. Boy k y, Hotter and Lower in Price than ever. Stacy Adams & Co.'a Fine Shoes. HATTAN SHIRTS, latest patterns nnd styles. MAN- 1 Bath Robes, Night Shi rts, Best Underwear In the country for the money. Don't fail to see our Hue. pic-to- l, It will be monev saved a tou-In-la- hoiise-broakl- ng Satisfaetion Guaranteed. Cull and see us before you buy. See otber's linos and then sco this is a proof v.l moon-shinin- g, that WE CAN SA VB YOU MONEY. y poat-olllc- Bo Sure to Come In Court Day. Kuy-kendn- ll I The Globe, J. L. Frohrnan & Co., TelcpJioue No. 136. IANVILUE, KY. s uu inssssirSSSErssssss-B .I fly m CI vsas vfe& self-style- d I Wi 1 Value IsThe Trade Laadstono After rcelvlng nnd getting ready ror 1110 In position our big stock for Fall and Winter oig ir.iue we are suro to enjoy, no arc giau to Know that i ':' I 1 m ei vf IVJI u, We Have Great Values to Show You vro Anil every kind hut the poor kind. We invito you to cull on us nnd p'eiiNO you, tell others. If not toll u.. SHOES. Ladles, get tho pror too which Is broad; tho vamp -- hort. Wo can show thorn. Shoes for e body. Tho Worth Is tho nttract've feature. Men's rurnlMilnxs. Trur i.. I M lfj' : n, '! I o, 1VV1 k". vol-uute- ur I ' G ALOW ELL & LAN IE ft, The Leudiu! Shoo nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE LT. AZZ21 -v At Z7.".ZT v .. " 1. Z . MlwM ; cV u .TT.","tyt - t. "w " .vAT.T.fc W-- '. J ., FOOTWEAR i Nothing is more essential to comfort and health tlinn warm, dry feet in Winter. Our footwear was (.elected with unusual caro nnd I urn sure I can suit tho most particular. Our line of I 1 1 jv) 'ffi iKj! u, INFANT : SHOES, Is especially attractive and stylish. Mifses goods in Black and Tan Kid nnd cloth tops. lax-pay- Ladies' Shoes in All Colors and Weights. Durable nnd Pretty. Men's Tans, calf nnd cordovans, heavy soles with invisible cork. Durable liued waterproof calf boots. Come to seo lu. Wo can fit and suit you in both stylo and service. ncc-essur- y. I H. a?jLt Si JIZ J. MoROBERTS. ! fgB ?' - J-- J Vw. ,;-- ; EEvSEI' L jiht .it-'i- .. ii. sr ' - firrfe'-nwuj-- ' - jFesrf7H' MM jnrMhn V- "f - Tr-r- 1; fc tai VMi'1' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd. Ky., - Nov iS, 1S9S W. P. WALTON. Although sMO.OOO.OOO was appropri$100,-000,000 r I" 1 i ' ;. fh., ft BffT Mr. Gilbert tells tho Courier Journal that ho does not believe Mr. Davison will contest his election: that thor" Is no ground for a contest; that his maAbout the superior values wo are 8iifferln In this great dilution vilo They find jority la 838 and that tho republican the thing they want here far below othor prices We don't ask you to buy uiiIom majority in Jackson county was only you find our Prices Lower nnd our ViiIum Hotter than eK'wlu-ro- . Wo guarantee 220, leaving no room for a contest on you a saving on every purchase. Hero are roiuo attractive Unrgnlns for this week. tho ground that It was gerrymandered out of tho district. Mr. Gilbert says acernment is at great expense yet on tho National government does not Incount of the army, but tho real reason terfere with the districting of a State. for a continuation of war taxes two By throwing out tho voto of a preA full line of Illuo ami Fancy prints 3c, Following nro the official returns years after peace, with a prospect of cinct in Bracken county, because the Good Bleached Cotton 1c, from increasing the writ! on tea and coffee, officers closed the polls and went to Yard wide Hrowu Cotton, Hoosicr Ilratid, 3Je, THE EIGHTH DISTUICT. protectivc-prohlb-atois because the high dinner, the election commissioners de4 Unbleached Sheeting He, Gilbert. Davison. tariff Dlngley bill does not yield cided that Mordacal Williams is electA line of Outing Flannels, latest Fall Myles, 5c up, S72 lOST enough revenue for the ordinary ex ed to Congress In the 0th district by a Anderson 12G0 132) Dre-- s Goods, 30 In. wide, plnln and fancy, Sic, Nice line of Boyle penses of the government anu war majority of eight. Had tho precinct Garrard 1218 001 Illack FiKiircd Goods 40 in. wide, 30c, taxes have to supplement it. Except been counted Pugh would havo had a Jessamine Wo carry n full line of Velvets nnd Silks at tho lowest prices. 1724 142 for tho war, which Provldcnco alone majority of 20. If this Is nil the claim Lincoln 22(13 2407 Madison turned to tho country's favor, the that Mr. Williams will present his ' 000 1154 republican financiers would be in a chances are slim to warm a seat in the Mercer 703 MO Rockcastle 403 hole. Truly do they prove that It takes oGth Congress. The measly democrats Spencer S1 1112 2073 a fool for luck, and that fortuno stems In that district do not deserve to havo Shelby liuby Shoes 2 to 5 only 21c pnlr, to follow where but for It, humiliation a democratic congressman or they Men's Fine Shoes worth 51.50 only OSc, 13,033 12,200 and disaster would result. Men's Fine bhoea worth f2and ?2 50 only f 1.40. would have gone to the polls and elect SB Maj Mini's High Top Shoe worth $2 nnd J2 50 go in this sale at fl.JS and f i 03. Tho democratic gains In tho EiH Is getting exceedingly ed Williams by a majority about which THE country We cany a complete Hue of Men's ntid. Boys' lloots. last Tuesday over the election of ISOil tired of the haggling that Is being there could be no doubt. Men's Ik.ots worth 12, only SI. 10, LAND AND STOCK. permitted to Spain with tho peace Hehe la a chanco for another con- are simply tremendous. McKInley Iloy's Houts ni low n SI, carried New York by a majority over commissioners and demands that test. Editor Maret writes us that Old Bryan of 2oS,460; Roosevelt's majority Corn Is selling at 91.25 In Glasgow, Men' Plow Shoos 75c, either tboot or give up the gun. Man Zelgler's name was not put on the Ladle' FIno Shoes, Lire nnd Button, orth f 1.50 ony OSc shows a democratic gain of a quarter delivered. Through her commissioners, Spain has ballots in Rockcastle. There are 00 trottors with records of of a million votes in two years. New give up the Philippines, declined to Jersey gave McKlnloy art.GO.'i majority 2:10 or better. except on her own terms, and demands POLITICAL POINTS, Turkeys are selling at Sc on foot in and this year only gives Voorhees, the arbitration to determine the construcBourbon and Woodford. The republicans carried Indiana by a republican candidate for governor, tion to bo placed on the clause, "shall Men's Corduroy Pant at the low price, of J1.4S. December wheat Is selling at (10! about 5,000, democratic gain of S3.000, control, disposition and plurality of about 17,000. determine the Host Corduroy Panto SI. 05, May at 051 at Chicago. The State commission will meet Maryland gave McKlnloy 32,000, and and government of the Philippines," In Men's Good .Suits at tho low price of 3,4S, bought of J. S. Bojley D. S. Johnson ' Article 3 of the protocol. Tho U. S. next Wednesday to canvass election this year the republicans, on congress- 10 Overcoats from $3 up, , . cattlo at. 3Jc. ional vote, came within a few thousand commissioners were so astounded that returns. Boys' Overcoat Oc up, J. H. Tucker sold to Lawson & Fox Idaho will havo two women in its otesof losing the State. Massachu they took till tomorrow to catch their A big lot of Capos at an unheard of low price, ot fat hogs at 3c. ' next Legislature, one a democrat and setts and Connecticut also show enor- a bunch Bishop bought in breaths. All th.Is annoyance comes from Tailor made Sklrt 0c to ft 50, nnd they nro oorket.s. the West F. P. mous democratic gains. havlmr a spineless executive in the i tho other a republican. And a thousand other Bargains two numerous to mention. Call and mv for yourd of hogs at 21c. End, a McKInley carried New Jersey by White House. The terms ought to G. T. Lackoy sold to Georgo T. self NOTATION. governBRIEF NEWS havo been and would have been, laid 37,602, but Voorhees, rep., for Wood n bunch of fat hogs at 3o down at tho beginning, had McKlnloy or, only got 5,510 last week. A man In Louisville'ls still living, O. P. Uuffmann bought of T. P. Tut- Hyla VUuddha la the new envoy expossessed mind and backbone enough after an operation for a broken neck. heifers at 3.20. tlo four to name them. If we are to havo the traordinary and minister plenlpoton- Thero are 30,033 paupers In Ohio and T. S. Burnam sold to J. W. Bales ill Philippines, for God's sake say so, and tlarv of the King of Slam to the United it costs 5S10.G4S a year tosupportthem. cattle at 4.05 nt Richmond. then if Spain wants to raise a further, atates. Senator Hanna has rented the Cor- - Twenty ix hundred boot and shoe,I William Logan sold to J. C. Johnrunkus shoot h again into her. T. I). KANKY, Manager. : coran Mansion, tho handsomest In workers wont on a strike at Marlboro, ston, of Boyle, a bunch of fat hogs at Gn. BKKCKINRIDGE reiterated his Wushlngton. for $10,000 a year and will' Mass. 3c. Branch stores at Pnrii, Oarllelo, Mt. Sterling, Ikrdstown, Lawrencburg, Cynthl-anCapt. Will Ev. Spencer, a gallant charges of tho mismanagement of the ive jn kingly style. ,. erbiitlles Kiiiineiice, Georgetown, Kllinbethtown. Frankfort. Mnuckinirt. Ind Molntyro & McCllntock sold to Win. camp at Fort Thomas and of the Santl- Qf the 00 Senators on March 4 next Confederate soldier, died at Lexington, Bramlott, of Bourbon, nlno broke ago campaign, before the whitewash on;y ofl wju b0 democrats four less aged 53. k mules at i70. commission. He declared that Provi-- ' than The steamer Aztec sailed for the and the smallest nor W. M. Swopo bought Mr?. Price's dence alono crowned the American cent, they have ever had. Orient carrying 4.V00 msks of liquor unimproved farm of 70 acres in Jessaarms with success and made victory A Texas republican will contest the consigned to Manila. mine for ,M,350. possible when Shatter's incompetency election of his democratic opponent, Mrs. Charles Reader, of EvansvlUe, John B. Russell, of the Watson secfor so large a job was snown soaecmeu- - who received a 5.000 majority. The Ind., In a tit of Insanity jumped Into a tion, lost $300 worth of hogs from chol! ly. Toral'a lack or nervo played into gon.of.a.gun must be hard up. cistern and was drowned. era. Adair News. Shatter's hands and saved him from ! Col Brynn gai.a that tbe republieans Thero are 1,500 cases of diphtheria Star Pointer has oaccd 11 miles In Standard Granulated Sugar 20 l'oii'uh for ?1 defeat. Had Gen. Miles been in imme- - SUCCessfully pleaded for a continuance in Wichita, Kas., and excitement Is 2:02 or bettor and nine of them averLevering' Coffee, per package, Ou, campaign would of the caso and that 9llvei. fg not shelv. general over the epidemic. diate command, the aged precisely two minutes. Tom Boy Soap, 7 Cake for 10a. . havo been managed differently and ed by a lonp 3!ght( but wiU bo tne ls3Ue of Cuba The date of the evacuation C. Vanoy bought of E. P. Woods 12 ' Good Cove Oynters, per can, - 5c more sensibly. Ho declined to say jn jqqq, has been settled. Spain will cease to steers at $20. Mr. Vanoy sold to Mr. Best Tomatoes 3 ouiid enn, 0c, whether Shatter had In a dominate tho island January 1. Senator J. K. Jones, chairman of tho Woods 24 125 pound hogs at 2!c 0 (piart Buckets on y - Oo. en moment asked hlra to assume com- - j xational democratic committee, says Lousy Grant county toll gate raiders Scott Hudson has driven 11 horses to 2 quart Bucket only 4c. mand of tbe army after two days' siiver wIu be lhe lisue ln the 1000 destroyed gates after the county had records better than 2:11, Including AnAnd here nre some more all guaranteed to be told campaign or 0,000,000 democrats will voted to free them and was doing so Coino In fighting, saying that until Shatter 2:07$, and Eaglo I'lannagan, nie Lee, nnd lny In your Mipply for tho Winter. of It his mouth would be closed. The desert to tho populists. . William Walter, of South Bend, 2:074. mierence, nowever, is mat me iory is Tno New. York Journal charges lap,, fell from a train whllo on his way Tho Yillngo Farm has produued 31 irueana mat it iurnisnes aaumonai Congressman Bailey with the failure of to the burial of his father and was klll-o- performers with recoids of 2:15 or bet evidence or tno tnorougn incapacity ot democracy to bo everywhere 's ter, which far excols any other farm In Larjist retailer, of line Groceries hi tho world. 50 stores in Kentucky, favorite, "Pecos Bill," for large phanl and demands that ho be retired Nat Wilson, of Mt. Sterling, knock- tho world. Indiana and Oh'o. undertakings from leadership in Congress. ed Brutus Clay, of Lexington, out at Conovcr & Colley, of Columbia, W. B.WKVI:i;.NMnaokk A test of the new voting machine at Paris, In three rounds of fierce light- b night of W. F. Owsloy, Jr., of Burks-vill., ... ,i x,. bUUII lU uu u ilUUUU UL'JJIUICa UJUl U .i Rochester, N. Y., proved most satisfac- ing. four fancy mares hired by Red contlict between the races, who would tory. Tho work of casting a vote was Georgo Piatt fell from his wheel at squirrel, for $375. llvn In ipni'f hut for rnntil llnnn Intor. minutes West Union, O., striking his head r.iiilv nf- th Muiinr started 13 times. ference in local affairs by elevating the reatl' facilitated , ,.i .,,,. ter the close of tho polls the total vote against a rock, rendering Ills memory won 10 races and finished within tho .. ,h ...,.ir,.. ' 0 blank. money the other three. She won Tho people of tho South will, no more of 27'000 was accurately counted, A passenger and a freight train on and got a record of 2:U7l. Tho endless chain might now be than those of tho North, stand Negro' tho Grand Trunk In Canada, collided Lyon & Allen sold to J. W. Horndon, domination and McKInley is directly started for the Negroes who were wounding 10 , of Madison, 10 feeders at 3 S5. They In North tlmlzed bv Davison's scheme to give all killing 12 aud fatally for every death Favorite Toilot for the complexion, chapped hands, &c. Isold In Cincinnati Monday a pensions for a vote and a people. Carolina, resulting from his appoint- In a fight with moonshiners at of Jersey steers and the like at 31c. Nicholasvlllo ments of Negro postmasters, revenue small consideration. Wbltesburg, U. S. Marshal Gates, of collectors and deputy marshals. There Democrat. J B flagglu has bought the 000 aero The States in which democracy is Louisville, was shot through tho nose farm of Thoma-- i Mulr on tho Paris is no animosity against tho Negro as a A complete line of the most popular Perfumes, Colognes, Buy Bum, Toilet WateVn. Negro in tho South, where he is recog- free from all taints of plutocracy, will and arm. pike. The price paid h about S50,00( shower at Porry, O. T., The farm Is about u miles from LexThe meteoric nized at his full worth in his place, but have GOt of the 014 votes in the next was so severe that two children are re- ington. Loader. tho moment ho Is placed over whlto National convention. They will .. . m mil .n M. race ii tho action of the convention of ported killed by a largo one which fell people by the powers that be, when Neff & McSwlne shipped one day last loueiconp, ii. rowoers, iootn i;ruslic, Sneliet Powders, Hair Brushes, Tooth week to New York 0.000 doon eggs Unithc, Comrji, ic O I LS. Oils of all kinds, Turpentine, Varnishes, Colors, Ac. they would not so elevate him In the 1S00 on tho money question. Louis- on them. Police Justice Tomlln declared at n ml ;i limit. l.TiOd nhlekims and duekri. CM and co us. ville Dispatch. North, that moment thoy rebel and will One of tho curiosities of the late Norfolk, Va., that he would not require The entire consignment was worth In always do so, whenever it is attempted & election is the result tn Utah, where a witnesses to kiss tho Bible, for fear of tho neti,00,.noodof by McKlnloy or any other iVta nnl vrfnmkt.i tmnrlnfl vui, aunnncafnl tttlr.- small-po- x. Register. uvi.u3iui m.i,..jb...i.. Rekd's chairman of the committeo et' and yet women vote In Utah and The line has been completed by Ia his tour of tho Northern fairs, TT nn hnnlMnrr M vra MV II Utn, vruut4tl nnrl mifPAnmJ f t.1 - tVfilU tho statutes against plural marriages which Austin, Tex., has telephono con-- 1 wIlh hl9 Elmwood Berkshire hogs, er, of Massachusetts, is among thoso wero mado for the benefit arul pro- - nectionwlth Bar Harbor, Me., 2,000 Rlchard Gentry took 177 prizes. Of who will not answer "Here" when the tection of women. miles away. j tnjlj mimber, 3d wero sweopstakes, two roll of the 50th Congress is called. He There is every reasou to believe that The Michigan supremo court de-- ; wero Brund herd e,veep3takes against was defeated and the fact that bo was Senator Cockrell will be returned from clares u boycott ua unlawful and an un- - aU breeiiai He was never beaten on raenance, Intimidation nged boar, aged sow, sweepstakes boar, associated with tho administration In Missouri. If so, it will bo for the fifth warrantable the failure to do any thing In the fi- form. TTlsi.pnllpnmin. Rnnntni. Vnat Ij and coercion. j sweepstakes sow, aged herd, and only nance question doubtless accounts for serving his fourth term. Missouri has James Richardson, the largest cot- - once wug beutcn on yearling boar. ...w- it. Wo invito your attention tho Celebrated had a habit of keeping her Senators in iuu ihuiiki iu .uw John Kmbrv. one of the most oxten- . , lho Slat ly Tuesday night of heart disease at . w, byor office almost for life. w Thu Cincinnati Methodist preachers j rja,lviUo today In quest Mr. Gilbert's private secretary will Benolt, Miss. of exporters. who appointed a committee to invesTiio saio ot siu.iw.vwworm oi oonus Ho a!l,d that ho boUtfht ubout bo Mr. Lemuel K. Conner, of Simpson-vlllmt tigate ''outrages alleged to havo been who la a true and tried democrat on a single day breaks tho record of bt00r- - yoaterday In Montgomery and committed recently on colored citizen nas been one of the most earnest the bond department of tho New York Cliirk nt from 4.JU to 4.05, and also of North Carolina" had better not anJ ' Stock Exchange. foi. an extl.a j,ood bunch of AOf j,ald sond it to the scene. The people there supporters and effective workers In tho Edward BelUteln, of Pittsburg, who whIch Uo bov,Kht from Bill Simpson, cause of democracy during the recent The Dicks Feed Cutter, The Poindexter Corn Sp liter, had just as lief kill a meddling Yankee was found dead on his mother's gravo, of jeSKUnjn0. Mr. Embry said that campaigns. Shelby vllle News. preacher any tlrao as u Negro. T Tho democrats in West Virginia was tho las--t of a family, everyone of lne bulk ot tho be3C catUo ln Kentucky T T 1 a 4 PT" TT fellow who ran for governor of have tho Hoiisejby a majority of one. whom committed suicide. has been moved. Toohey .x Sullivan The Pennsylvania on tho platform "Thou the republicans havo tho Senate by A Jewish rabbi of New York engag- - havo shipped East, within tho last shalt notsteal," got precious few votes. eight. This apparent republican ma- ed in a thrilling fight with a burglar, three days, 40,000 pounds of dressed Pennsylvania is republican on a plat- jority of soven may bo wiped out and finally fatally wounding his antagonist turkeys. Sam Harris and Monto Fox . i. rti in form of "Steal all you can get and then tho democrats come under the wire by shooting Mm In tho eye. are today shipping 1&5 big cattlo m. lapuui 1H i'gjis, mi . rtl er unweiiiv t j.ie ro.vs. A better .. of goods neve V of ino ui l'no with u majority on joint ballot. Tho they sold to Lehman at if. They huut for moro." M fered you. A fire at Dawson, in tho Klondike, which election of a republican United States started by one scarlet woman throwing averaged about 1,500 pounds. Farrls Judge Van Wyck only spent $410.50 Senator to succeed Senator Faulkner a lamp at another, burned 40 buildings & Whitley sold to Judgo Prewltt a in his race for governor of New York. is not a foregone conclusion. carload of hojs at 3c Advocate. and caused a loss ot $500,000. ated by Congress for emergency war expenses nnd $200,000,000 of the bonds authorized havo been sold, Hannu and Dlngley tell us that it will be necessary to collect war taxes for at least a year aud a half yet. Where has all tho money jzone? The last report elves about 8100,000,000 as the amount expended on account of the war, a hunureu millions less ;nun nau already been obtained, to say nothing of the millions got through the stamp tho govand other taxes. Of coiu-e- Editok Wood, of tho Mt. Sterling Gazette, who is ono of tho railroad commissioners and stands high In tho republican party, has no sympathy with those republican candidates, who havo expressed a determination to contest the elections of their successful opponents. He says that in most cacs the majorities were so pronounced that if a partisan Cougress should take ad vantage of a legal technicality, and make it; au excuse for unseating their opponents, we are Vcll enough acquaint ed with tho suirlt of Kentueklans to know that the storm of indignation raised by such action would bury tho republican party in tho State so deep that tho stentorian notes' of Gabriel's trumpet would fall to resurrect tho corpse. "No, gentlcmon, lake your medicine like men and let us, without Federal interference and like true Kentueklans, tight the Gocbel law on Its native heath.1' Sensible advice, which fools alono will fall to heed. Tho Alabama congressional delegation decldei to push Representative John EI. Bankhcal for tho leadership of tho National IIouso. Crokor says Hoosevolt alono could havo carried Now York. IIo is n gallant lighter. Tho war fevor was in the air. Had it not been for the war wo would havo swept the country. Democrats havo no cause to despond over their defeat; there is rather cause for rejoicing. Van Wyck had a plurality of SO.OOO votes In Greater Now York. That means a democrntlo gain of 40,000 Mason it Hoge, of Frankfort, secured tho contract to build tho Tcnnesseo over our last year's showing. ry 11-1- ai Central railroad. .Ikola Tosla declares that ho Intends to run tho machinery of tho Paris exposition with electric power sent instantly across the ocean from Niagara Falls' uud without wires. Tho funeral of County Treasurer John C. Roth was tho biggest demonstration over given a citizen oflncinnutl. IIo was a democrat and his olllco will now bo tilled by a republican. Another train load of alcohol billed to Japan has boon sent west from Peoria, III. It will bo used In tho manufacture of smokeless gunpowder. Thero were 11 cars of 05 barrels each, or 02,020 gallous. J. D. Kelly, a white tramp, about 40 years old, was mangled by a freight train at Mayfield, alter saving Miss Lottie Ross, a beautiful young lady, from the same late. She had fallen In front of u train aud ho rescued hur only to bo caught himself. President MoK Inloy seut Mrs. .las Jones, of Kokomo, Ind.. a check for 325 and expressed deep sympathy for her family. Her husband was killed by the premature discharge of a can non In saluting tho presidential train when It passed through that city three weeks ago. All grades of domestic refined sugars c a pound by the were advanced American Sugar Refining company and tho advance was at ouce followed by the Independent sugar refining interests. This brings the price of granulated to 5ie a ioiind, or l."lc a pound net, trade discounts being deducted. TEMPTATIONS In Prices, In Quantity and In Style. At prices 25 per cent lower than all other bou-teWo buy for cash and sell for cash only. We have planned to make this week ono of wonderful buying opportu-nllii-- s throughout the entire t tore i. Everybody Is Talking ! ' BET Al.-wool (BOODI o)o 0-- All-wo- ol SHOJESS CLOTHING. Me-Klnl- 050-poun- d car-loa- i 1,000-pou- nd 1,300-poun- The Louisville Store. The Blue Grass Grocery For Unheard of Bottom PRICES -- 1 , j a, one-thir- d 1 panlc-strlck- -1 -- I fim-cln- 4. J. Blue Grass Grocery Co., trium-Alger- I , ,ii a, f af-tnr- ni j ? -- -- -i 311,-45- JIQOT THE Cr.-ai- THUG F w ex-sla- ves car-loa- d I . j PERFUMERY I t m m "Toilet sincl .. Fancy Goods. .. son-of-a-g- un. KI.OOO.-Rieh- mond ! UW1.-- VU i M Vr Wf CRAIG HOOKER. ATTENTION ( .., 0- Farmers xiouKmg1 m a ! e, m Dam Double Geared Com Crueller, , j m j. ne vaiiey uorn bnelfcr, Tne stuaeDa&er Wagons, HIGGINS & McKINNBY.' ', K, 11 II mm" ii. . I. The houso I am now TUB sun seems to have forirotton how been 15 additions to tho church. ' GO TO- Possession 10 suit renter. to shine. Verily tho melancholy days Richmond Register. THE INTERIOR Wo were mistaken In saying that are come, the saddest of the year. the Thunksglvlng servico arranged for 71 TTr 25 imkcks Omnr cashmere for wrap Wilms to Mrs. Remind Nesbltt, Mt. w as tho Union ser- Stanford, Ky., Nov. 18, 1898 pers and dresses ut fie per yard, Sov- - Vernon, Ky., for a copy of her now and tho FOB Thu other churches will give .opu'.nr song, "Just Sixteen." Price ornnce Si Sons h(J1. a t the Christian Canned Apples, Canned Pears. Canned Peaches, Canned Apricots, per copy. E. C. Walton, Business Manaoi:k. , church next Thursday, beginning at Peach Butter, MONBY. To loan on real estate at f " Plumb Butter, App'e Butter, Corn, ' 10:30 A. M., with the following pro- - Canned Tomatoes, TO HoitSB OWNKltS. W. C. Green per cent. Address W. S. Lawwlll? Canned Pea?, B.iked Means, Canned Asparagus, u Ing had l. horses and mule loftoyer at gram: Anthem: Reading President's Oysters, Sardines, Mince Mc.it, Salmon. Tho loss, of a few hogs amounts to Attorney, Danvlllo, Ky. ' his sale yesterday and want to go In Proclamation, Rev. W M. Brltt: Chipped Beef, more than tho cost of protecting tin Orange, Potted Ham, Apples, WANTBD, 1.000 barrels of corn at with some one to make oat a load for Hymn; Prayer, by Rev. W. M. Britt: entire herd by feeding Dr. Hans' Hog Itnislus, Shredcd Cocoanut, Currants, Figs. Remedy. Don't wait till losses have 81.il In trade, nn(l all tho eggs I can tho South. Write him at Hustonvlllo. Scrlpturo Lesson, by Rev. F. W. Allen: Grapes, Citron, Pickles. Mustard, go now and got at 20c dozen In trade. Mark Har or are about to occur, but Hymn; Sermon, by Rev. S. M. Rankin; Candies, Glassware, Quconswarc, H, get It fiom Penny's Drug Store. Six years ago the Bankers Si. Mer Collection for the benclit of the poor Olives, din. Ha dwnre, Stoves, Hames", Saddles, Ac. chants Bank, of Dallas, Texas, oroke of F. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, Patuus Si Hardin's old accounts tiro and Mr. S. II. Shanks, of this placd, W.Stanford: Hymn; Prayer, by Rev. by CSyi'roduce taken in exchange for goods. Telephone No. 51 "tBa Allen; Doxology; Benediction, MltS. J. C. LYNN has been qui to sick. due and unless paid at onuo they will who owned 81,f00 worth of stock, was Rev. S. M. Rankin. Boit.s, to the wife of James Haley, of be put in an olllocr'a hands for collec- called on for III percent, which ho paid. The National W. C. T.U. elected Mrs. tion: also the account due me. Mark Ho had almost forgotten the unpleasRowlnnd, n boy. L. M. X. Stevens, of Portland, Me., to Hardin. BOUN, to tho wife of William ant Incident, when few day ago he succeed Frances Wlllard, and Mrs. third. a girl tbolr TUB editor of this papor has a hen received notice that he must put up Frances E. Beauchamp, of Kentucky, days with one .chicken that has taken a $7." more. He sent the money but it as assistant recording secretary. ReMltS. J. A. ALLDN spent several solutions were adopted callinsr upon with Mr. W. G. Itaney ut Danville. motherless kitten to keep It company was far from a cheerful remittance. Mil. J. W. HnitNDON, of Madison, and Is as careful with it as with her Tin: eighth person to get a peniten- Congress to legislate against the army Chancel- offspring. was the guest of Mr. Uedoll t tiary term during tho present court canteen, vltascope reproductions of prize lights, to exclude from the mails lor. was Malltula Burdett alius Crittenden W. H. TllAYLOU started tin his We are now showing a gre.tt Hue of Shoe and Bots for Men and Boys, manufacpictures of lights or debtors, to cxcludo spent BKN Hakdin, of Montlccllo, distillery Wednesday morning and will and she was t'lven two years for cut illiterate immigrant?, to prohibit the tured by Buell it Son and tho Forwood Mfg. Co. bovcral days with his brother, Murk make 2,000 barrels of whisky. Ho Is ting Mary Faulkner alias Lewie, anoth- sale of liquor in the National Capitol, Hardin. slopping 121 cattle. His mash is 10."t er sable daughter of Bam. The trou- to forbid interstate gambling by telenil. STiir.Li: Bailky went to Brod- not of one ble arose over tho bushels per day. unihead yesterday to examine a pension man, but of two, Will Lewis and John phone or telepraph, demanding a A TIIIBF" entered F. K. Trlbble's Shields, and tho cutting was done with form National divorce law, to prohibit .claimant. And get prices before making your Fall purchase. MltS. L. A. PAH1SH, of Lexington, house a few nights ago, but tho clever the Negro's favorite weapon, a razor. sectarian appropriations by thegovern-men- t and providing for the election of bpent ssvcrul days with her father, Mr. old bachelor had so little, tho scamp Tno Faulkner woman showed a num-bi- r United States Senators by the people. didn't have the heart to rob him; at J. H.Itoiiu Cmb Orchard, Ky. of the cuts, all tho court could and little least nothing Is missing. Mlt. Vm. Goocir, wife and they proved that Mallnda The court of appeals holds in the daughter, Mary, went ho Lexington Fob BntcsLAKY. Sheriff Coulter, went In not only for gore, but for In case of Charles Pursifull, who was fined yesterday. testines and anything the could get lfin lllf tVirt nrtllrt. fnr vlnlntlnrr thrt of Boyle, lodged In jail here WednesPKNNINOTON, of LexMiss n: second woman In our recol- - locill 0)tIoil ,ttW , Ben county, when and Albert Hampton Sho day Henry Gilpin ington, U tho guest of Judge J. W. .11 to go up from this county. tot! he fuled to ap,ear tbat 0 jurv charged with burglarizing the Alcorn's family. ti,o Albert Underwood, of tho West (. urge Walls failed to respond to' hnili,i hrnhnn mr,,,oin,i t Mlt. W. U. SHANKS and wife will t'i charge of carrying conscalcd weap- - pUnIbnment aftCP Jctcrminlng the End, move to their new and pretty country ons and a judgment by dafault of 10, Ut from evidence, home next week, RioilT ONCK. Deiot Aget J.S. Rice days and 2.' was entered against him. Thb c0ntr0uei. of lhe cm.,.encv has MltS. ROSS, of Crab Orchard, Mrs tells iw that tho town clock and the Mrs. Lois Ann Pryor was granted a Us)Ucd ftn ordcrc03ln the Firt Xa- mother.sutTorod a stroke telegraph struck 10 o'clock togother for divorce from James Pryor and restor-- . 's A. H. lionai bank) of Emporlilt Kan. AlI ll0ur of paralysis Tuosday. ' the llrst time since ho has been here, t'd to hor maiden namo of Ronton. later the bank's president, Charles S. Mltii. J. S. HOSMtY lias boon sick Monday, which Is to say It was right John Smith, who was glvsn two Cross, shot nnd killed himself. Spccu-- l for a weok or more with a Might at- for once. years for snooting anil Killing .mi my lution is said to havo led to his down-- J tack of pneumonia. Nelson, whilo fighting with Bill Lewis fall. Another b;g lot in this week. Best Underwear Fold. Also Misses and Children's AM compelled to settle with the State Rr.V. C. E. Powr.u. and bride, of over hor, was on motion of his counsel. Editor Benjamin, of the Lexington Union Suits and Melba Patterns in Ladies' Vests. Men's and Boys' Capt. D. P. Nov. 30 and you must pay your taxes at J. B. Paxton, granted a new trial and Ocala, Fla., arrived at Standard sonslhly says to his colored once to unable mo to do so. Remomber Powell's yesterday. ho wus ruleiiscd on a small bond. 'friends: 'Ifyouare not prepared for MATTINULY, of Denver, 0 jwr cont. will bo added Dec. 1. This OTTOWA Ron. F. F. Bobbltt causod a rule to the cold weather, put the blame where is my last call before advertising. S. Col., !aylltlng his parents, Mr. and be Issued ugalnst James Dlshon for It properly belongs on your taking in M. Owens, shorltl. Mrs. It. T. Mattlngly. having Ida Waddle, tin idiot, placed on all the excursions last summer." Mits. Jambs P. Haii.i:y wnt over to Davison tolls the Courier Journal the care of the Slate before she was The two Ryans Tommle, of SyraPnvliii'ton Wednesday to vllt htr that he will contest tho right of Gil- eight years ok', the youngest age pro- cuse, and Australian Jimmie, of Louis- We open this week Gent's Fine daughter, Mrs. H. D. Gregory. j vllle, bert to tho uat to which the people vided for such charge. will meet In a contest AND MltS. RlCHAltD COIill at- elected him. Of course he will. It Is Jilt. One of the indictments against the at the Lagoon amphitheater, Ludlow, tended tho coldon wedding of Mr. mil the little creature's only chance to keep Iluslonvllle it Colley's Mill pike was on tho night of the oth of December. Mrs. George W. Park In Madison. dismissed and the other for permitting himself before thu public and get A bill has been introduced in the KOIIINSON, wlo Mlt. J. larger amount than he can oarn mo use oz an unsaie unugo miuuhucu Georgia Legislature to require sleep-t- o a n the court on tho law and facts, when j lnjJ cai. comi)anJed operating in the &c. A big line of Silk Worsted Braids in Plain and Tinsel Ellccts, just in from spends his winters at Columbus, Ga., tho balance of his life legitimately. . . this Markets. If you want a handsome dress trimmed just right give us a call. Wo. a Hcinonc for $70 was rendered. Col. St t lo furn!sh sooa..at- - cars ,0l. and summers ut Luncasior, iofl arc headqunrtors on Drv Goods, Notions, Ladies' and Gent's Fine Shoes SIIOOTINU. At Lebanon Junction J. W. crkes and C. C. Hugby reprc- - whUcs and bIackJ, week for the former place. PKAItl. BLMINSIDII and Bes- Tuesday, Cupt, Itudi Strothcr.a freight bontcd President C. C. Lyon. MlSSKS nnd Mri Jeremli:h j.lcobs cele. The grand jury has adjourned after bra,cd thelr GOlh wcddInL, annvcl.,ary sie Bunipldo went to Lebanon yester- conductor on this dtvlslon, was phot y ,n day to be prosenual a reception to be and seriously wounded by Yard Engi- tindlnir IS indictments, none for Clnrk county Id(,m TuMdav. Each neer John Austin. Tho bullet entered grave offense. It examlued the public ' js years old. given by Miss Lucia McAfee this as his left lung and he was severely beaten buildings and found tho court-hou- se corpo Stllwell, a white man, who ). Austin's safe as It ever was, suggested repairs to violated lhe E. C. Walton aro over the had with a Mit. and Mits. nioi o( ctlquetu. by biow. preparing to move to tho Vnndevcer attentions to Strothcr's sUtor is said to the jail and residence nnd shelving Inp his noso In u Negro restaurant at projcrty on the hill In order to relieve have caused tho trouble. Austin gave both clerks' olllcca. The public records LoulsV,Uef a(lcl. Pecevlnir a good m found In good shape. liien' hlnieolf up to the authorities. j ,1Jf tnelr children of tho Mponl-u- p WM arrCbtcd. A lawyer, who usually swipes tho of town. A(lcr a lontf illness Gov. Tavlor has Bt'ltNBD OCT. .Mr. J. M., Alverson, CL'NNlNUllAM.lheclevor-O- st lions snare 01 uio lees, lens us umu n Pf.Mm.- i,is ..mlnl (i,ln.,t, Vnahvlllo. m Mlt. A. H. ol this olllee, received a mossago at representative of one of tho best noon Tuesday thut tho homo of his ono man had- - gotten all that will bo He has named hjs now lecture, "Love, paper houses In tho country, Chat Held mother. Mrs. Mnttlo Alvorson, at paid this court, he would then havo Laughter aud Song." poor return for his time. Litigation Si Woods, of Cincinnati, was here Gen. Saucer has been reduced from Richmond, had been consumed by fire. Stock Replenished in all lines, including isai Its lowest ebb here. Except for a division to a brigade commander with yesterday. It was a largo frame house and catch- prisoners confessing and being was here ROWLAND Mlt. S. V. headquarters at America?, Ga. ing, It is 6upK)!ed, from tho fine, was to penitentiary terms, Judge Wednesday en route to Richmond. Ho It is announced at WuhiniMon that soon lu ashes, very little of lis contents boars up with christian fortitude under being saved and that In a budly dam- Sauiley say- - it Is th poorest court lio tho entire army will be cquipiwd with ever held. his recent groat boreavemouts, but his aged condition. There was Ji.SOO rilles. 1 hn town or i.owianu nneu mo i,. ,v j Th0 SKinU1, tr00):j Ml Havana mutin-health Is very poor. on thu house anJ furniture lu for running over 8 mllos an hour d bt.Causo they have not been paid otV Dlt. VanMbtim, William Porln, W. tho London. Liverpool ,t Globe. Mrs. through Us limits, but on an appeal, foi, raouln3t G. P. Wllmot, of CtnC. Elliott and t Alvorson will rebuild at once. Judge Sanlley gave poremptory In- clnnatl, arc guests of- John P. Jones, m Ac, Sui Now is the time to buy, before our stock is broken. Wo W41lta, IlceStferal relui-and they left yotcday for the live Mlrmn to dl DKATII. George Greone, of Hano structions for tho railroad. our riiiiiU(p line oriiiiit's ttir III rollers. .M1IN, Lick section to hunt birds. I urturitt. Biwl'ir. I.tr. StiMily and protitaHu ver county, Vu., died at his home In RELIGIOUS MATTERS. Murk all tlietur nuiil Addivss the I'rown Mip. Lexington on the Sth after a lingering i'ly C., 1uiUml, Ohio. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, IUms of catarrh of tho stomach, aged Tho Y. M. C. A. and Chrlstain ComCraig nonrly .111. Ho camo to this State when mission work in tho army has co.t ! Window lights, putty, etc. at the Cincinnati Southern was being JlfiO.OOO. fc Rocker's built and far a long tiino worked for Work has begun on the now St. BoniNotice N hereby given to tlioso holding van TlIBKB are 10 patients at Joseph tho writer us a foreman on his contract face Catholic church at Louisville, to Our line is larger and our Pi ices are Lwer than others. Call and tee. claim-- , apnln-- l the tKite of illlitm Hub-- I Price Infirmary. in Pulaski. A irallant sohlier of tho cost $70,000. blt, dee'd. to prvent them properly verified Lost Cause, ho was as honost and as Rev. Ira Partln will bogln a pro 'turnout oncu. rartlot otoltig the ftuto COMB to Beazley & Carter for till clever u man as ever lived, and many traded meeting at Waynesburg Sun-- , iuv. jj. i,. uritiH.E. your things for Thanksgiving dinner. Kxectitor of William Hubble, friends In tho Mother State will mourn day night week. Cam and sou the now novelties in his death. IIo married a West VirginA Chicago preacher says that holl ' o &C. W. B. McRob- - ia lady, who with several children Is entlroly devoid of heat picture frames, That kills Uirl bALiiiJ ! iVK him. Tho remains were Interred that snowllako simile. j . oris. . , City, whore he lived a , , . , . .,., mv Thore were 11 additions to tho Chris-- , Tuohdays and at Junction WlM-- grind only on number of years, by tho Confederate tinn church at thu Ford revival con- - ll ut ixibiic auction, if nut !! jirnaiei) uiforc, . .. In Iroui of lie cuurl'tuuiM) in stuiifonl. mi MoilSaturdays till further notice. J. H. veterans after Rev, Cooley.of the EpisCmiuty ductul by the ROV. b. M. Uernanl, Jr. ,i4V( y,. j Itwh, wiill UiurtA.)Day. my Iirm uf urllti klr nutin Bright. iii tint llii Unw copal church, had read the funeral Paul Will leavo San tirltk.lwelllni;, twoRtMUolaiw tarn, gwJ sttnb Transport St. l wvil only placo to got your eyus ac- service. urni Tub Francisco, Thursday, with 1,000 Christ- li.irn auil iitlitr omnuii.. 1'IU-- , in cihh! nciglilKjr-IkhI mile Imm rrfaolierHlc curately fitted with spectacles. Craig and cuiiTcnlfiil to cliurclicituud schuuh. Tor mas packages for tho soldiers at ManKii.lkd IN A WitKCiC As Freight further Inhumation call on or aililnvi & Hockcr. 71 tl II full MMKtiKNT, Walnut Klat, Ky. No. Ho was about a milo boyond Pino ila. Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal The navy department has under conof n journal, first Hill nt 2 A. M. Wednesday, it broko In D BY the breaking .r." ! vessels, Including eight section of freight train Xo. HI had a two. Engineer Prcwitt felt tho slnik struction previous little wreck near Parksvlllo yesterday. and slowed up, when the tletachcd part battleships, which eclipses all records. Four cars loft tho track but not a great ran Into the other, derailing nine cars Trustees of districts owning school lots Tho Ministers' Association at Dcs reverting buck when no longer used for and wrecking them badly. Brakcman deal of damago was done. Is school purposes or trustees purchasing new Moines, la., decided that dancing Sam Shanks Ncwland was thrown lots ro directed to liuvu ikuils us required EVBRY lover of tho sport who could a car und doubtless Instantly sinful and that church mombers must under SooTS Common School L:iWj when if of Remember we take AH Kiuds of Products in Exchange for Coal. get oil spent Tuesday In search necessiiry to change old lto uud get new killed. Both nrms wcro broken and a forego It. bo done ns quail. They aro not so plentiful, how- 'deep gash was cut in the back of his Tho National W. C. T. U., after a ono it cun chuol Law. required under Sec. 77 Common ever, and many of tho boys camo homo head. Ho was tho eon of Otis P. New- - long and uccrlmonlous discussion, deOAKLAND SINOLKTON. Supt. and disgusted. toraplo d tired, of this county, and was a bright cided 2So to 71 to abandou tho land, manly young follow of ID. lie question. 50 .YEARS' Bailey und FOUU Pr.it Cr.NT.Judgo J. U. Jones, of Co. C, 2J Ky., gives EXPERIENCE went on the road last spring und had bonds surthinks ho can Hoat tho county gotten to bo an expert baud at the it to Dr. Dado and other recently voted for turnpikes, ut l per brakes. James Morshon, . geons for Incompetency and neglect in -- , i another cent Tho 5s sold at big premium and brakcman, jumped when he felt his car a letter In tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel. a wo suspect tho Is will command u small leaving tho track and had his faco cut, A now Baptist school at Borea Is 3 . one. expected to open with lo0 pupils Jan. 2. but was not seriously Injured. Ho Trade Marks wore tho evidence of another Rev. J. A. Burns will bo principal, with Geo. W. Designs DO I: gHand Luck. A note from and Miss Smith us In his face. Neither Capt. Copyriohts &c. Rov. R. S. Baker Lay, under tontenco qf two years for wreck may AtiTono tending a clrh and dcacrtntlnn or other of his men was hurt. Tho assistants. umurr u mitcklY ascerta n onr opinion ireo rommunic.v shooting Bunton Prlvltt, tolls of tho pMintable. Mormon church In Utah Is arloss on cars nnd cargoes Is very large. Tho t?on"rlctly SonBcJentliiL Handbook on Patents of the sentence and winds up Inlnstleo ientfrVo. Oldest Nowland's body was brought home ranging to send 230 more missionaries tfiroujhfor iNnrliiffJMiteut. Slunu ratnnu tiki--without cfcjjvo. In tho Co. recelro by saylug "I would not mind going to Mr. weeping motherund father Wed- to tho South to secure proselytes, aud nvclal notlct, o pen, If If was for Ktiltug an nouor-abl- to tho the Day Saints will Scientific gentlemun," which Prlvltt, he nesday und yesterday after Rev. V. T. 50 tnoro of the Latter Kentucky. B. Whlto had preached the funeral Invade A handsomely lllutratjd ""T. 3 a tries to convince us, Is not. He says sermon, wus followed to tho comotory H Tho result of Rev. T. S. Hubert's culatWm of Any Mention lournal. Terma. ho leaves a wife and tlvo children "to hereby a long cortege and consigned to labors as pastor of tho Methodist New York HUNN&Co'Bfoad mourn tho loss of his comfort and . C3 V St.. Wa.blngton. D.T church ihe flrlt month just ended has l tho tomb. labor." JODHNAL'sSSj - , EAZLEY It -- CTE id 2 ic - Beazley & Carter. Ma-then- y, 11 NEW SHOES. W. ufTr-ctlon- , Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. ol-lo- Hi-ss- rod-dence- of n-- .- We Have Them. French.6albrigpn ShirtsSsDrawers ; Ba.-tln- Those Melba Combination Suits For Ladies. 20-rou- Dress stiirts, NecKwear, Dollars, Cuffs, Ens-ter- cvt-nin- g. JOHN P. JONES. pl-to- J lick-we- re i I Just Back From The Markets reu-tenc- ed Krag-Jorgons- on N. Capes, Jackets, Dress Goods, Underwear, Blankets, - I - ' I ! NOTICE REMEMBER .11 J 4t bin'-viv- 'FAKiVl ..,., ,,.,. SEVERANOE & SOVS. mwMm&Mmwmmmmmmmmm I I ! f 1 I , wau-rtti- NOTICE BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. be-nca- 11 empty-hande- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ed IJmTja American. 3 f DCO f i - h Bes-wic- k a h:i 3. ; tfilJ tym&WM'&?i'ltili J&. t s ng THE INTERIOR JOURNAL AT "EULALIE'S FIRST THANKSGIVING." (Written (or the INTERIOR JOURNAL 3Px'bllols.AT,vi.ao4o.ya ondFrldaTB by B. B.) jpicn yica.it. The Bible vii9 a tiresome book to Tlio Lincoln County Nntlotml limit:, of aW When not Mpald3J2.SO will e charged. her. She much preferred the bright Stanford. Kv.. hns succeeded the Parmer novels she learned to read while with Hank A; Trust Co.. of Stanford, Ky and has nsMiiiod all Its liabilities, uut and her city cousins. So she wondered ! entire bunlnens. bow this half starved, sick girl could S. II. SIIA.N'KS, President. J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. And such comfort in what sho saw uo All Taxes are due and must TIME USD pleasure in at all. A sense of shame caused the crimson to mount to Eulu-lle- 's bo paid at once or property KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. face. She was naturally of a symLoulsvlilo. Ky., will be advertised for sale at pathetic nature, but boing thrown into Ko. 5 ArrrlTeiiat Stanford at 1:03 A. M. patch." fashionable society had caused her to llrst Thanksgiving day begun. 3:10 A. M. No. 4 Leaves Stanford nt Court. AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN The Dispatch also has o staff of over December No. 21 Arrives at ltowland at 12:00 daw look upon her own surroundings with (TO II E CONTINUED.) 3:40 r. t. 300 nctlvo correspondents In the South, and No. 22 Lean Stanford at S. M. OWENS, Sherill'. great discontent. She naturally began will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE miseraWAR ECHOES, to compare her homo with this THAN DOUI1LE THE SOUTHERN NEWS The Ladies Itcstnunint lit the llncxi In KNOXVILLE DIVISION. of any other Louisville paper. ble hut, her life with the one led by Get tho A GOOD LITTLE HOME, the city. Even convenience for lndlei spending the day in the rity. Lieut. Hornan G. Dre.cl, of the Dispatch; It gives tho news nnd tells the TOR SALE riMVATEI,V. Nellie Brant. Tho silence was again Guiiik-iicn'..12 57 p in Cafe on oltlcu tloor. Ho. 24 Train going North United States navy, committed suicido truth about It. 2 41 am broken by Nellie ,Atho loooking at her .. " " No. 20 " Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, U pages; Week I offer for atilo inv houso and lot of 4 1243 am grandmother, ho ly, s pages. " in a Baltimore Hotel because outh No. 25 said: THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. We olub with tho Weekly acres and 4 oles of land, lying ono tnllo Wlpin ' No. 23 Dispatch at the remarkably low prlco of from McKltineynii tho Mettlnney A ColTey's "Poor grandmahaa a hard time wait- wus ordered to Manila. Malinger. For allil'olnta. Mill pike. Dwelling good and o'utlulldlug Capt. McCalla, who was sent to Cat TWO DOLLARS AM) KIITV CI.N1:. ing on me, and I can do nothing for HUltk'letit. I'or terms apply to mo on the Music Tuo.slnv, Tntimljy and Sunday BO'JGH TICKCTS SOLD. premlM's, or to John P. Ciisli m Turners-vlllKvuniii". In her old age It Is hard to have Island to investigate the condlton of 11AGOAOE CHECKED TllllOUQIl. her. A SUHB SIGN OF CROUP. MRS. Ll'CY LEWIS. ol the abandoned cruiser Teresa, reports For any Informatiou enquire so much to worry her.' Hoai'senos in a child that is subject "Nell," said her grandma, "you told by cable from Nassau that it is useless JOE S. KICE, Agent, Nice Home Sale. to croup Is a Mire Indication of tho apStanford, Ky, me you would not talk that way any to attempt to save the ship. The war department announces its proach of thedlsaasc. If Chamberlain's I will sell nrlvntel; niv borne on Danville more. God placed and lo't mo here to .. , .... !. I nlkn, I1, miles from Mnnford. Contain FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. be useful, if I am able to make a crip-pl- o Intention to bring homo all the volun- f'nmrh Rnmnni- , U !. acres. Is well Improved and one of the . . i -' troops now nt Manila as soon as child's life brighter, ought I not to teer nicest place uIkhii town. Oreenberry Trains leare Frankfort at 6:30 a. m. and S r. m., ID at (Jeorpetown with (J. A C. and rrach. be willing? I am only working on tho substitutes now on tho way, arrive croupy cough bus appeared, it will pre- Ilrlglit, Stanford, Ky. onn-tllag TariJ at 8:40 A. and 5: 10 P. M. Ideate Paris crown my there. vent the attack. Many mothers who Savior has given me to dect9:20A. M and fi:no P. M., connecting at An official order Informed tho Legion have croupy chlldrerti always keep DR. R. with Q A C. aud reaching Frankfort at 11:53 orate and all the good I do here adds p. x. 4. at. and 7:20 JOSEPH It. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. jewels to It, so when I put It on which boys in Porto Rico that they would this remedy at hand and lind that it Of No. Sil fourth Ae , will not bo long, I want it to sbino as sail for home on the Mhhlgan between saves thom much trouble nnd worry. OF miOOHXYN. Kentucky, QUEEN & CRESCENT. bright as tho rest of the Saint's crownt, Nov. 20 and 2o. There have been 10 It can always bo depended uon and Is Louisville, WllllKint the for you know tho more good wo sutler deaths In tuo Legion since it was mus- pleasant to take. For salu by Craig & Trains pass Junction City as follows: llocker, Drugglfts, Stanford. Myers Houso, Stanford, on Tues- Caledonian : tered In. 11pm to do here, tho brighter will our H. 1 South . 12 ffipra No. 2 North......48 41am crowns shine there." Capt. Peyton Randolph, aged 2o, son 1143 am day, Nov. 29, 1898, N.S " "4 " A company has been incorporated to 134pm 1118am " 6 " No. a " Co., 01 Scotland. Grandma took down her knitting and of Wilton Randolph, of Richmond, Va., abolish the razor. Instend of shaving 0. pra 600am Ko. 9 " ...... 8 "10 " Returning one day In each mouth. a and descendant of John Randolph, died a man, No. does not stop. No 2 stops only for began steadily plying the seedlcs. KOUNI3ICD 1HOS. the barber will daub over his and 10 run no from South of Somerset. "I've got theso stockings to finish at St. Joseph's hospital, Lexington, of face a lather that will remove the Eyes Examined and Ghs:os Scientifically thaii Junction City and 5 and only to Som(62) Adjusted. erset. this ovcnlng" sho said "to pay Mrs typhoid fever. He was captain of a bristles. The company have a capital B. , Negro company. Jones for tho last meal wo got" of 5200,000, with which to start busiDrunken, thieving soldiers from ness. bTANKOltD, KY rose to go when Nellie holdEulalic three Negro regiments at San Luis, ing out her hand said: "I thank you so much for coming, Cuba, caused an affray, In which six F A I D V HoKlmilns Kor l.t, I will run We have (Misted our lands and hereby Stanfiiril stul It and your dear saint of a mother for persons were killed and soveral wound- Lt I JA I lUlrr waon tnInfnrnl.li ll.rw wild warn all jhtmxis from trviip.iknln on them C. lllilirb. ami lllld cllil for under sending mo the nice things to eat. ed. Tho provincial guard, endeavor- milk wn hare to buy. Unlets Idl with J II, the any purioso whatever,cases. lentilty of law jimvliled In iueli prompt Tell her I missed her reading this ing to protect life and property, was JMer wtll , J, II ClMI.MM !( 8. II. PAl'dllMAN. T. II. NKWhA.ND, The A. M. l'KNCK. J. W. IIAUOIIMAN. morning. She always reads and prays fired upon by the Negroes. K. YU 1'ATTKItsON. M. S. IIAUOIIMAN, Gen. Mcrrltt will resume command for me, you know, but I am so glad sho SHANKS, MUS. V. OltlMI. S. Now. J KII. LYNN. .1. B. llltlVK. sent you, for girls seldom come to seo of tho department of the East, with Stanford, Ky., V M. WAUK. J. II MoKINNKY. me. I am such poor company for any headquarters at Governor's Island, Made from pure Ifjmi want to I1 yonr turkey bring tlirm to A. M. rni.AND. J.l!. OWSIXV. Sit. when ho returns from Europe, and Gen. tit mnn as .IMr We want tlirm mw or not one." In Receiving liis Fall And cream of tartar. tall. I tcmi-iShatter will go to San Francisco to tlockrt lor K"Oil tr me jr ih hb(lirt prfcu on Eulalie pressed the little hands, and ami will trrat yon rlcht. NOTICE. Hip marlt-lGoods. promising to come again soon, left tho command tho department of tho Pa- LIU mora Hi are no tIicoiiraxlU that we may mil it1 loiiKvr. rtV are mre you mi Is hereby given to ihtmhis holding Linhut. She had learned a lesson that would cific, which he rellngulshcd wheu the Kf t the lsit price u( the mui by Mlliiii now. will coln County lloruls all (erics l??'. eiu 3, to food of Goods Warranted. J K. (.llIUsTUN A tti, never leave her. She felt how much war began. preheiit hntiui to tint undersigned lomnilt-t- e Manfonl, Ky. In his report to the secretary of war, for payment. This October IT. Isiis, Fit Guaranteed. ingratitude sho was showing to that J AS. V. IIAILKY. Father who had given her good health, Adjt. Gen. Corbln shows that during Siinfcrd Rssidenco Give Him a Call. UKO. II. rooi'Hi:, Properly Per Sals, MAUVKVIIKI.M. a cozy home, a loving mother and the period of hostilities, 100 days, 2S0 Alton fairing powders are the greatest Coiiimlttee. men were killed, while 2,030 died of friends by the score. mmacers to health of the present day. disease. The highest point of the vo- On Saturday, Dec. 3, 1898, 'How good the Lord has been not to FIRST NATIONAL BANK WQYAt ammo powecw ca. hew vork. tike mamma and leave me a cripple. lunteer army, which was during Aug- Atir. M.. on the rcin(r. I will ell at public Flowers, OK STANFOKD, KY. to M.'lieH Ob, how would I feel if I could not ust, was 8,765 officers and 207,214 en- am. tlunami the crouiKli ImM.-- my ilrlnihl the thereto attidicil, mi listed men. The aggregate strength BLUS Q2ASS !?USSSaiSS. FALL '93. r-t In Manfonl, Ky , opivsile the l"ublic walk, and how patient and sweet poor of the regular and volunteer armies StlnpOl ((tounilj little Nellie Brant Is." C&1U1 Stick 3100,000. The resilience with yanl nn.l (tanb-Sar?hi, $15,750 MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. ami out. I'verv tiling for Oix'lmnl, Lawn and As Eulalie came near the house sho was ll,10d officers and 2(13,009 enlisted biillilins will tint aNwit fmirMrtrately, uml tmn Trees, bhrulM. I'rult and Ornamental Attention ol the puhlle It mIImI to thr ttet that tliereiualiiliiitUiiil, airt-lyliu In tlm Hoses, Vines. Small I'rults. UhuU-irlia.ancastcr, : Kentucky. thought how beautiful it looked. The men. Anpar-nu- s rearnuii on the lineofttie propyi.1 tliiili thvonlr Nttoiul lUuk. in MnfrJ. l'n tr.- l. anil all sloeV. Ktwvtn In nurseries. Prilrr lh prut). lum ol tho National lUnV Act I.I Theenllre lrusrly will then looi4i.l a, a wIimth, ces riMiMtnable as wo employ no agent. Dc- tlrisxllitr air Mvurrtl uotvnly br thcaittal tel:. . furnished; clean beds; splendsd stately trees in tho yard, the graveled ami that bill aivptixl which ylebls the iHtt Newly THE BEST PLASTER. I I1IIHP.1UI" nui vj iiw aivcHiini.irrluuilll- - fat an amouBI ftlie av will I sir- horlptlvr '.'KtaloKue on utipltentliin to table. Everything Porters walk, tho large airy windows with en the Mmh.ir upon hi cimiiiltaiire with the eiialtti tbrtlock ao that i)ro.lioriorilii. Inttllu. II. V. lllLLr.NMKVKU, 89 meet all trains. a fun. ol A piece of llannel dampened with lrnn of .alt-- which arc Kirn their lace blinds, the stone tteps leadeah, there Lexington. Ky. tlun arf iwurt-i- l by miilltiunot A(i,( lUnk ate aworn TolephonoSTO. (Ci thp ti ami laivuicntaul th ni.)r liniallmenl ing to tho verandn, even tho paneled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound tualmliT In iHTrent 12 inonthi. .naliUy of vil inl each to th L'liilisl Slatra (latrruwrtit ami It lieurlnsK from tlmi--t awotairxfiabillml at alalnl iii.tw with A. S. PRICE, door with Its polished bell, had never on to the affected parts is superior to e lil.nie.1 )it fur ileferreil stiiijI Mrity. A lien ajcuta, thua MMUrlnia.ldltlouAl anJ rlvcl aalft pajmeiit.. R. tu lr luiltura. seemed to strlko her fancy before. any plaster. When troubled with a ThUplarltune oflliohKrtt homes In DR. Ourgeoo Thla InsUlutlnn orlitlnally hUMIiIimI m thn 1. the Illy of hlaulonl. ''God forgive me" sho exclaimed, und pain in the chest or side, or a lame posit lUnk ol Stanhinl In ISAs, then Klir. at Dentist, JI.IBVK. VAItNON ofSlanlt.nl as she entered the hull, it was tho back, give It a trial. You are cortuiu HOMEOPATHIC 'PHYSICIAN & the Nalifln.ilatHank I Irst Natloual In lsi mnliju thr irurptiliM Hank ol SlanfiirJ . In Nil, lis i bail I'ruitkallr aimnlnurriiplnl Mian ford. samo Eulalie in body, but a dilferent to bo more than pleased with the ilt. SURGEON, now wili. emf f.ir M jrisirs, It la which it afford Pain . spirit inhabited it. Mra. Mo3 was prompt-reliein ladlltlra fur lrjncllnif hudtim td.lrl ami lib piuiuptlr Office orer Mclloherta' Drug Store In theKOwsler a in honoraM Iliivlu-- ' old mv farm I will erllrthanTrr of busy in the kitchen preparing the tur-- j Balm is also a certain cure for rheum-keStanford, - - Kentucky. earwr AceuuntiIsAirrin lis Ions fijuelarlca.nrnif HulldiDB. linlItlJuala, and IndltlJaaUaolldlfsl. mlnco'ples and sauces and good'atl&m. For sale by Craig & Hooker, On Thursday, Nov. 24. '98.! Ofllco oror Ulgglus A: MrlClnnov'n Store. tllKICTOkl things to eat, for next day was Thanks- - .Druggists. JDR. F. 111.1, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harilm, Stanford .njII to the highest Milder on tho farm one suddenly for giving, but he stopped S. II Kiushuian, S.T. HarrU, " " On Sept. 20 there were in the U. S. mile North of Unnglng Pork Ilrlilgit, on J S. llocker, " T Mill, Eulalie was singing. It was the first .'J.uSo National bunks, ngalnst 3,G10 n tho Stanford .Vthe W V. Walton ' W. A Trll.t.I.. Turnpike, tho J.IIColllrr.CrahOrth'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernoo. time in several years sho had heard 'year ago. The total resources are following property, to wit: m , i r.uuorr, riauiom. Unclortalcar, Ono lialr Work Mules. 2 Comli!iuil Mnri'.. her fretful child even try to hum a being the first time I ami S years old, b fut Hop. 70 Kwon aud HustOnvillO, - orrlv(. Kentucky tune. Breathing a prayer of thanks , In the history of tho National banking J S. Ilorker, rrrsldent; J.J McllolsTta.Caihlt Jersey huh, . Jersey lieilur, ' A A MrKlniir.A.ltaiil('jiililvr, C'alvoit 1 air-ol- d ... Horse, T stficks me 7"Zr tusjitln ol rt t i God, she met her daughter with a Offer hU .,,.. ttie amount of Dentist, Stanford, Ky. face wreathed with smile. Eulalic system that tho $4,000,000,000 resources llnv Int ,,f lbs of ,.,. ....... In....1 1i,h'r,' tialway.on erilfc to .lock uf fotan.aml ruin nd Casy eouutln. hull I.jHO ToKiceo mark the m8 rcached han.l. Offieo over IIIpKlm & McKlnnoy's S.orj. ' l.VUIITOlMCCOftleks. IVStlilllls of IIkiv. In 9i D. ti. Carpeuter. Manager, . . Bollclts a sliuru of the patronage, of the com wonuerea wny sno nau never noiiceu tnrirty condition, anil many other articles, f.O how lovely her mother was before, but. mualty. Ex.Shc,.ltI joseph S. Smith, known J Other fctot'k will he oirorertor Mile at tho THK she laid her empty basket down, de- -' US ,u LA1KJJV .,,. i,. ,iaita,ta titj w luu same time. m (irniii rtirwiit LI1U mu lUlltlliii i i utiit tt flili'Q nnpTiiirom livercd Nellie's message and bat down countv, is dead at Bowline Green. r ik r u st JOHN HA I IX Y, j 1 1) Wo are In the trade with Palls ilnuichnud mmi ll in the comfortable chair near the ir ADViVNCK CHAPTER I. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) 1MI ,.,1.. Ttw.t I. .. . . uuu iur vvvrluiUK to do piace, in LUUISVILLE DISPATCH should find a place In the homo of every DEMOCRAT in tho SUNNY SOUTH. Tho Dispatch Is tho people's paper, owned by the people, and Is always ready to fleht for tho cause of tho people. IT STAND3 SQUARELY ON' THE CHICAGO PLAT-FORwithout tho aid or consent of the Gold Bug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of Us news service (now being furnished over leased wires by tho New York Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean nnd the told Eulaliu how pleased she was with Northern Press Association) with that of what she had done. This praiso from any other paper, will fully verify Its her mother sounded sweeter than It Motto, "If you see It In tho Dispatch It's over had to her and, thus Eulalle's so, nnd If it's so It is always In the Dism she Invoked God's blessing upon her resolution and then cleaned up her mother's room, putting tho sitting-rooIn order and greatly surprising John by offering to assist him In setting tho table. John quickly apprised Mrs. Moss of tho fact, but she only smiled, as she went on with her cooking. Breakfast over, they went Into tho sit ting-rooand loft John to clean up tho breakfast things. Mrs. Moss believed in complimenting those who pursued a right conrso of action, so sho A1E An nM v YOU A DEMOCRAT? --- 20 TSARS' jEXPX&XENOE, -- 1 w1 nnu..lH. nil tftsti. ! I.talluo ft. "-.' " charge mnntier or uereotive eyo sight. for testlni? exes, l'rescrlntlons for ctIh.him ; upeclnlly ground nnti lit In Traino of any selected Orders metal from snmples. nntinptt' tilled. Will cnll nt your place of nusmess nr residence without, extra charee If required. Address L. O 1'UWKI.I,. Uptl- clan, llox AT, Huston vllle. ICy., or call tit Adams' Drug Stero. ti.ij tuiuf,, mo us n,W o .w.-- .. .... ' i.t.t " 1 "'" NOTICE. Tho Partners Hank A Trust Co., located nt Stanford, In tlin State, of Kentucky. Is closing up It nfTulrs. All creditors of said Hank therefore nro hereby notified to pre sent their claims ngnlimt said llnuk for pur inent. J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. TO TAXPAYERS LOUISVILLE HOTEL s - e. For FIRE INSURANCE .,,,. - l- M- -. leore-tow- n GOLDSTEIN, Insuranoe Company Insurance PHMNIX 1 pasvii-jger- fun-"ih- C R. MAHONY, Agt RUPLEY, RoVal POSTED. -- H. m-lv- Baking Powder Safeguards the against alum Merchant Tailor, Turkeys Wanted n tis-- s Vinter Mason Hotel II . r Fruits, Shade! . mi-ilriif- c, Pan-vlil- w -t- Oar-de- n. , m-- - iwi-ey- first-clas- s. v-l()ii - , one-thi- I nl-n- l -- mm Ng2 alvin-talne- lo m. PH6LPS, jr , PUBLIC SHLE. iMM I r y, I P. W. CARTER, i J. T. SUTTOJT, '. . J '""'. j 1 3-- 1 1.1 1 1 Ca.k-ulNi- J,G.jWcCLAY ,., I SoutHern Railway ' iinr j NOTICE. And Dealer in SARI7333, SADDLBSY, 7 STANFOKD, KY. TAKE THE Zj3rA3i l'r mLimMMM . v 11.41 The Popular Route to CHICAGO. Frank J. Reed, W.!U. McDoel. E. Vice-Pre- s. Charles to realize It, sho was clasped In Eula- He'f arms, who was begging her to forgive tho sorrow she had caused her and telling how mlserablo her selfish nature seemed to her. Thanksgiving day dawned cold and clear. The wind whistled through the leafless trees and hcaDed the snow in drifts along tho walls aud fences. John, tho hired boy, had made tho tiro in Mrs. Moss' room nnd was busy at tho kitchen stove, when Eulalie awakened and Instead of lying in bed until John Gen. IMsp. Agt.. II. Ta'on, Dis, Pass. AkI. rang the breakfast bell, as usuul, sho A: Onn Mrr resolved upon a very different course II. Hockwell Trallic Mgr J of uction. Kneeling beside ber bed, PHNRTKATF-"What do you think of my little, Ctypress Shingles. Iron FcMiee. charge," her mother asked, a3 oho ' EIGHT GREAT STATES ' opened the oven door to turn her pies. t PKKKIN A PRNOK. ICentuckv. Tennessee, Virginia, Ccorcla "Nellie Brant is an angel, mother, P. S. Wo also carry Setvlnjc Machine. North nnd iouth Onrolluii, ( KY". Al.ilmiun, Mss1miI Parts and Attachments and do all kinds of how sweet, patient and cheerful bhe 00 rehiring. is," answered Eulalie. "IIow long Through Sleeping have they lived there mother?" Mill Work. Metal Hoofing. "About a year" said Mrs. Moss. Ilotween Louisville, uni' the South. "Who has been providing for them all this tirao?" Eulalie usked. "Her grandmother makes a little at j TIIRKK UAILY TRAINS knitting and I have supplied the rest" Each way between LouUvlllunnil Loxinj;tou said her mother quietly. W. A. TUIMC, O. p A.. IIow the past camo back to Eululie. Washington. I). V. WII.LIA3I SUKLTON, PiiESIDKNT. W. 11. TAYLOE, A. O. P, A. 50. She remembered tho letters she had Louisville. K written to her mother, complaining if the dress and other articles were Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under culnot sjot as soon as she called for tured nnd experienced teachers them. Now sho saw why her kind H atte mo i ?i ven to Primary and Preparatory lafios, Heat liflu to nnd from mother often told her she would huvo Call nt the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write lor one to MILS. to do on a little less, or wear her last NANNIE, S. SAUFLKY, Lady Principal. Skinfold, Ky. dress a little longer. Sho remembered too that no word of anger ever camo All points in Michigan, QUICK RELIEF from her mother iu reply to her pee vish letters. Her tears fell thick und T Prom troublesome pains without tliu aid fast, but before her mother hnd time White City Special. i stove. j 45 A.C.SIHB, STANFORD, XSj other good Oxils. A!m Hay, Corn, Oats. Shlptutr, l'lotir, Ac. We also handle Prick and aiil. Itumotuher wo take Farm l'n-- I ducts rn oxolia nge. Prompt delltary and attention to nil orders. Ulllcn unci kcules near L. N.duiKit. Tulotrhouo No. II. -- Cars I Stanford Female College. Next Session Will Open September 5th. "Big Pour Route," Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. IS . LOOK MERE Wheat Drills, At Tori Per Cent. Lower Than Anyboi'y. uf medicines is often nfltmletl by the Hot In our Rubber Goods nuii n Heat Terminal Station, Water Dottle. Corn Harvesters, Toilet Article Department will be found articles. ST. full assortment of tlicno und oilier useful We inny mention as being ser- Avoiding the Tunnel. BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Disc Harrows, See Us Ueforo viceable at any time, Fountain Syringes, llot Water Uotlles, Ice Hags, Air Cush ions, Uubber Gloves, Klc. NEW TafORK. "" You Uuy. These nre made of the best quality rub- ber anil will provo to bo very .durable. B. K. WEAR EN St SO A. Penny's Drug Store. Buffet Parlor ara. Wagner Sleeping Ours Private. Compartment Cars, Kc egant Coaches and Dining Cars. Do sure your tickets read via BIG FOUlt, K O. McCOKMItJK, D. B MARTIN, Pass.lraihc .Kr, (Jen. Pass ATkl. Act IOINCINNATI, O. ' ..,!,.