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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898112201 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. .T T5 $---r r: SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE, Y MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1898. MATTERS. NOW NO. 75 COLKMAN S. McKl.TO. AT London has organized a social club with .'to mcmbars. Mrs. Garrett, ft spiritualist, was ordered out of Burgln (or practicing fakes. .Mills In tho nuinoof u now oilleo In Knox county and C. Meteor is postWin. Buchanan, ".'I, of SprlngllehL died from tho effect of being Btruek by a train. Gov. Bradley rofusud to pardon Win. Southerliind for ntnnalaughtur committed in Laurel. Tito Richmond, Union and Elliston precincts, In MadUon, will vote on local option, Bee. 10. Win. Hose, for moonshlnlng, nntl ThoniitH Coyle, forperury, wor urrost- ed In Madison county. Tout Hall, who broko jail ftt Richg mond, where ho was conllned for Joweiry store, was captured at a Manchester and rolurnod. Tho Somorsol Reporter Atiys that S. M. Boono, .Jr., it formor editor, will opon ft Job printing olllce over the Somerset Banking Co's, otllec. W. S. Walker, of Garrard, win ulect-c- d vice prchldent of tho National Vox Hunter and hli Top won "nt prlsui In all ut Bowling Croon. tho free-fn Tho wlfo of County Attorney Someritot lat week after a died at long illness of typhoid fovor. Sho leaves a number of children, Including a son, who Ih lit Porto Ulco. John B. Thompson, of Harrodsbtirg, president of tho Kentucky Distillers' Association, who wan a promoter of a sohemo to limit tho production of whisky, has abandoned tho scheme. Millard West, of Lancaster, and o other revenue olllcor raided a near Combs, In Madison still county, and destroyed 23 gallons of copper worm. beer and a George T. O'Bryan, abrothorof Mr?. T. W. Mnttlngly, of Lebanon, and W. BilM. O'Bryan, who married a Ml lion, of this county, tiled ut Henderson where hu had boon L. V N. agont for many years. Mrs. James Mobcrly, whosu mind by witticizing tho brutal mur-tlby her husband of Win. Morgan, I" Muroor ouunty, died ut the Kvaim Jn Lexington. Sho was a coucln rob-blnor Shn-doamoon-Hliln25-foed er The marrlniru of Mr. James Uoggs and Miss Aleno Marrs .laulcson was solemnized at Rlchtnund. Mrs. Clydo Palmer, aged HI, and a bride of only n weok. win fatally ourn-o- d ut Decatur, Ala., while starting a lire. Mlr.9 Cross, of Clinton county, claims to bo U! years old. Sho was never ulek a day in hor life, was never out of tho county and last, bat not least, nover had a beau. Refused u furlough, Hospital Steward J. S. Pholps, of the.'M Kontuoky, took French leave and married Mis Mary Richardson, of Wllmore. Ho Is spending his honeymoon In tliu chain gang doing duty wlUi it (.hovel and pick. Sadie White, who had a sweetheart aboard.driHteuil In uniform and entorod thu transport Zealandia on nmtH to .Manila jh stowuwuy. She wn iIIbuovui'wI tliten thiv out and put off at Honolulu. The sohliur,., who helped her ultuttril. got 20 luj and a with tiii: 1st triumtokial ALIIAN'r, OA. master. Vi" Hue of 320. AI.HANY, G.v., Nov. 10. You are doubtless greatly surprised at hearintr from me ut this place and more go to learn that I am again in the service of Sam. I never for the money there it In it, for I would ccr- taitily bo left, and while army life is tough and nil that, yet I was bardlv satisfied to milt the military at thin particular period. I am now In Co. II., 1st Territorial. ThiH regiment was mado up in thu four Western ries of Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Indian, and a finer lot of men physically could not be found anywhere. What is lacking in brain is more than made, up in brawn nud tho capabilities of standing the hardest of hardships. This regiment is called the "Big Four" on iiceount of bolng raUed In tho fourTerritorios. There are many Mexicans and half breeds In this regiment and not loss than 100 of tho men For tho entertaliiinunt and edification of the public generally and for toe benefit of their now order, Rose Lodge No. 10, Ladies of tho Maccabees, gave n yer supper ana military drill In War,! lall at McKinney last Thurs-Uncl- e ddV n,,jht' Nov' 17' lSMi whluh was in "'"' "."K'a success Tho spa- c,ous UHU' wlUl ltH lar a"d excellent PKlll,n-' capacity, was well lighted and lwautif illy aud tastefully arranged and mt ln order for Ule opening at 7:.'I0. HE BROUGHT IT FROM THE WORLD'S FAIR. And kept it two years. The treat 'World's Pair, nt Chicago, In I while it gave tilcnture to many, Knvc tiain ti not n lew nil an indirect result ot were their visit to the White City. Peoplecxliil)-Its lured along the miles of ondcrlul by the new marvel that met thecaae every step, aud did not realize their at exhaustion until they dropped into a chair in some ureezv corne and "cooled off." That's what began the trouble, in many cases. Of one Mich case, Mrs. I,. V. Stevens, I'ort Fairfield, Me., 1593. " 8Lums "mL n luluu ,QW tmvd "eccs-ar- y youth. Thirty years ago, J. B White married Miss Mary White, in Ohio county. Two years later he left and was heard of no more till last week when hu reof Nwir Grouiisbyro, Ala.. Jaine Collins, a yoMog fanner, proposed marriage to Mi Xuiia Merrill. Slie re fund him and lie drew a knife and cut her leaving huru corpsu upon t!iu parlor Hour, ami lld. I,, was arrested and on being j.titud, lalluil himself. N. J. C. Rowers, K)btmastrat South Zanasvlllo, O., aged 72, and Mary 75, wore married lant week. Both have been married before--. They were lovers when qulto young, but became estranged over some trivial matter, aud after tho helpmate of each had pmsed away, decided to ronow the ties ihi-oui- , Can-tid- y, Hani-tnrlu- of Jack Chlnn's wlfo. Tlu Marlon tlvo uoutitv llsciil loas4il turnpike, Danvlllo, o, court St. Lob-anou, n Hose, Arbuokla and Maun-vlllHodgon-vtlland Kaywlek and tho for a period of one year, the county to pay thu turnpike companies ?I0 for each mile. At Lily, Charlos Marsco stabbed nnd Instantly killed Itlohard Staploton. Marsoo, who was rttcuntly a inombar of Troop A, First Kuntucky volunteer oavalry, wa arrested and Is now In jail til London. Staploton killed a man three years ngo only a nhort distance from where ho was killed. Tho foot ball game betweon Contro College and tho Loulsvlllo Athletic Club, at Loulsvlllo, resulted In u score Long of 10 to 0 In favor of Contro. runs by Cook, Van Wlnklo nnd Man-Iwore responsible for both Tho gnmo was a rough one. Jlrown, of tho L. A. C, and Hargis, of Centre, wore disqualified for touch-downslug-Kin- nl s. g. Tho Vandcrbllt team was defeated In the foot ball game w,ln Central University Saturday, at Nashvlllo, by a score of 12 to 0. On Thanksgiving day C. U. plays Centre College at Richmond, and upon tho following Monday will probably play Slate College for the Stato championship, as nclthor team has as yet been beaten. Grant Byrd, lately a member of the 2d Kentucky, has Hied salt In the Bourbon circuit court against Officer J. C. Elgin, of Paris, for $1,000 damages for false arrost and imprisonment. Dyrd was arrested several days ngo at thu instance of a deputy LT. S. marshal, being suspected oi breaking into a bonded warehouse in Garranl county. Only ail apoearanco suits were filed for thu Garrard circuit court, which begins noxt Monday, and they aro of minor Importance. Two murder cases uro on tho docket, coutluued from last court. Thoy uro tho cases of McCoy for the murder of Whitehead, aud Wearen for tho killing of a Negro. These are tho only cases of any im- turned to find that his wlfo had been married twlcu bIiicc he left. Sho Is so much pleased with hur third husband that sho refused to give him up and .Vhlto again disappeared. 1'. K. Peterson, of Charleston, S. C, who was coxswain of tho muiidi launch that bravely followed ilia Marrimao to tho mouth of Sunlhigo harbor, will soon marry Miss Charlotte Crano, the actress, whosu presence at an aristocratic military ball in Charleston, S. C, last winter, created such a row among tho society women of that city. Lieut. Desha Breeklniidgo and Miss Madge McDowell were marrlod Thursday at Ashland, the home of the bride's parents, illshop Dudley, of Louisville, olHciatvd. Tho bride is tho youngest daughter of Ma). Henry Clay McDowell, and the groom Is the oldot son of Col. W. C. 1'. Breckinridge, and wus until recently on thu staff of his uncle, Gen. Joseph Breckinridge. Tho marriage of Joseph Loundor Hardin, brother of Mark Hardin, of this place, to Miss Clara Curd, of Somerset, Is announced for Dec. II. Mr. Hardin is connected with tho Chutta-noog- a Savings Bank and is a splendid young ifiun. Misa Curd Is tha youngott daughter of Capt. W. C. Curd, of Somerset, and is said to be very pretty. Fontaine Fox Bobbltt recently witnessed a marriage rito performed by Judge B.itloy and ho told him there was nut enough beauty and poetry in tho ceremony and advised him heroaltor to wind up with tho following: Now may every moral, toelal and domestic virtue adorn your lives while sojourning here b'jlow and may you at la.-- t ilnd a secure j anchorage on tho celestial Miore. so help your God. Amen In dismissing Mrs. Mattlo DoiUman's suit against Mies Hlenora.Mulllns for 35,000 for alienating tho affections of her husband, Judge Field held at Lou! j isville, that such a claim could not be I maintained for otherwise it would give every jealous married woman the right to suu the woman of whom she might bo jealous. Ho suggested that In such cases thu wife's better course would be to read the riot act to tho husband ut home. John B. Duncy, tho Negro collector port at Wilmington, N. C, In an Interview In IVow ork, placed nil the blame for tho rupo riots at the Carolina city on Manly, the Negro editor whoso grossly Insulted the women of tho Suite. Ho said that Manly was urged by prominent colored men from all parts of tho Stato to retract his publications or to suspend tho publication of his paper, which ho agreed to do, but did not, with the results known. A snow storm covering practically tho wliolo Stato of Colorado raged Sunday, accompanied by a heavv full of temperature. Shortly before noon tho mercury stood at (JO degrees above, at Denver, and at 0 o'clock it had fallen to 12 degrees and was still going down. of tho portance on tho criminal docket. Thomas Throlkeld, ft prominent and wealthy farmer, of Mercer, committed suicide" by bunging himself with a o to a rafter in his barn. Ho was about 50 years of age, a, strict church member and highly respected by many admiring friends. About ft year ago he had somo dllllculty with his brother, Joseph Throlkeld, and was badly shot by him. Joe Throlkeld was tried and adjudged a lunatic. About two weekd ago he had another dllllculty with his brother, who hud beou released, which necessitated his rearrest, and ho is now in tho county jail, having been put under a peaco bond, which ho was unablo to give. It la generally belloved that ho brood cd over tho affair with his brother ua til his ralud became unbalanced. )low-lin- Wu send congratulations to Bro. Walton, of tho Intkkioh Journal, ono of tho best editors und gamost democrats in tho commonwealth. Bro. Brown In tho SponcorCottrlor, to whom renew assurances of our distinguished consideration. Two year of doctoring for a conijh. two tor me occasion, but nnder thn miin. years of " romedies" that gave no help, of prescriptions that profiled only the men agement and teaching of Mrs. Chas. who .vrote them, and then a trial of Dr. F. Owens, each member who took part Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which helped from the very first dose nnd effected a complete was enabled to thoroughly master the cure in a short time. The difference bewrites: tween Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and all many Intricate and complex figures of "My husband took n severe cold aud oilier couch tuf.lirincs could not be better thu drill. They marched gracefully cough two years ago last October time of stated than in this comparison of results. the World's I'nlr, which we attended. This It ha cured the mot stubborn and obstiIn plutoons and columns with dignity couch lasted over two years, was accom nate cases of chronic bronchitis and asthpanied U'y spitting of blood, and nothing ma. It is a specific for croup and whooping and faultless step to the time of marcould be found to Help him, although van. cough. It cures nil coughs and .colds and tial music, bearing the patriotic colors ous temedlcft were tried. Several doctors all uffections of the throat and lungs were consulted, but their prescriptions promptly nnd effectively. In response to of "Old Glory" and other insignia and afforded no relief. Finally, I saw an ail- - numerous demands Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec-tvcrtlsement ot I)r. Ayer's Cherry rectornl ml is nut up in half size bottles sold st regalia pertaining to the order and to, in my paper and prevailed upon my litis-- hnlf price .so cents. More about cures the decorative art In drill and drees band to get a bott ana try it. The very effected by Pectoral lu Dr. Ayer's can sDoak Spanish fluently. Sent free, on request, by the J. C tirst close neipca him and he was corn- pletely cured in a short time. At least half of those that sneak this parade. Great praise is due Mr. II. D. frl language speak English at ull only McClure for valuable servlccsjand aswhen speaking to mo who can't speak sistance rendered, and be it said to tho Spanish language. While I see no the credit of the good ladies of the ! particular harm In this, I think the Maccabees at McKinney . that the whole affair through their untirintr Spanish language should be prohibited ' in the American army: especially when L,'rrld fas a success and a pleasant oc- the two countries are at "logger heads" i'"""" iUl "" wno auonueu. After tho But a thorough enrcli for where the credit belongs. We endeavor to treat you right nnd guarantee satisfaction. We buy the best for the money as they now aro; yet that is one of the coucluion of the drill exercises, tables and give you tho benefit of it. great advantages of this regiment if It were broullt' th" oyster supper quick- should go to Cuba, as fully 75 per cent. ly prepared and the bivalvular molof Co. II. can speak Spanish, I shall lll8ks wero b0rvcd ln K,,(Jat style. The try to learn it. Tho boys generally like oId and th'5 J'0UI,r vicd wilh each other tho now camp, most of'them preferring in thc,p cVtov to I'lease and make place to Lexington, while the bovs or hnPW" T,ie 6'nall boy, too, as nat-Boys' Suits. FJ.50 to $13.50. Children's Suits, f 1.25 to 7.50. Top Coats for Men, thoLM Missouri are just the other ural as llfe' aud '" n11 hl P'ory. wus Boys and Children, Underwear, Shirt's, Hatu, Shoes, Mclntoshes, Umbrellas, Night way. Tho rea-o- n the 1st Territory lhcre anxiously awaiting his turn at and Bath Kobes, Suits t leaned nud Pressed. boys didn't like Camp Hamilton was lhe tablt'' Not a murmur, a jar, or that It rained about half the time, in even u discordant note was heard to fact sometimes they would see more ,nar thel)Iuusure or disturb tho peace-rai- n in two days at Lexington than they (ul ,low of- cou,,tcou3 and prudent DANVILLE, KY. No. 136. seo In the West in u year, farm- - i'monl- - ll '"all be remembered as a t ers having to to Irrigation In great, social garnering oi the beauty Arizona and Now Mexico. But It is no and chlvalryof McKinney. Visitok. better here than ln Kuntucky: It Is A movement looking if pouring down rain hero and has been of silk petticoats by to the abolition m the club women for three days and nights. 'ol Georgia was inaugurated ut the reI will now begin whe-I should have cent annual convention of the federcommenced. Wo loft Lexington Sat- ation at Columbus. Ga. One of tho urday night oyer the L. & X. coming members faid A that tho higher the otllco &2 .V by the way of Frankfort, Louisville, tho more After receiving and getting In position our big stock for Fall and Winter 1 pronounced was the ''swish, Nashvlllu, Birmingham, Montgomery iM reaily for the big trade wciaro sure to enjoy, wu are glad to know that swish'' of the silken undergarment, !i ami Kufaula and were three nights and and : It was moved two days on the cars. Of course wo had women belonging that hereafter the to the federation You all kinds of fun- - I naturally being abaodon the ue of them. The motion quite embarrassed, as I was a ctrangcr, was tabled, but It Ami every kind but tho paor kind. We Invito you to call on us and If wo muy bo mado the t not even knowing the faces of over half subject of SHOE?. Ladles, get the proper too pleiixc you, loll others, if not tell a special order to be issued i s. dox6ii In Co. II., but it is very easy to : wlilcli brand; the vamp hhurt Wo can liow them. Shoes for everylater from the otllce of the president. body. Tho Wortli Is the attr.ictut, feature. Men's riiriiNhlngs, Trunk". beromu acquaints. Tho boys call me To help the saloon cause it has been "Kentucky.'1 published to the world, says tho Para Stops woro made at all tho large gon, ft that Somerset was over . ,.- in ll I towns. Birmingham is a fine town, in dobt and had ouly $200 in the treasurv The Leading Shoo and Furnishing Bouse, DANVILLE KY. fuel deceiving to be as far South. Such to pay It with. To prove Its untruth, fffli would apfply to Montgomery, the first IIKIL D.ltH'r lMlhlUhlw itntnmnnt .if tlir. IE oupltnl of tho Confederacy. We travfinancial condition of the city furnished eled almost through the State of Ala- by Mayor Parker, which shows that it bama the ''long way" before we entered has assets of SI0.H03.li0 over aud above the Stato of Georgia. Wo aro indeed all indebtedness. Editor liansford Is a land now whore they don't shovel making a game light against tho licensenow and this Is also a laud of perpet- ing of saloons ngaln in Somerset and ual bloom. The soil Is sand, (not san- ought to win. dy) because I can't see any dirt at all, ' Tho death of John W. Keeley, of p.vcupt olay. There is any amount of Keeley motor fame, at Philadelphia, brick material In this country and there ends a gross delusion which for the Is a large brick factory hero. Colored past 20 years has from tlmo to time at- couvlctn work here. Cotton and sugar traded public attention, It is said uano aro tho staple products of this that Kceloy's secret died with him, Nothing is more essential to comfort aud health than warm, dry feet lljjj suction and a few oranges aro grown mat, is, 11 ne ever nau one. here. ! in Winter. Our footwear was selected with unusual care and I am Because Mrs. Andrew Shackelford, Albany U In tho Southern part of thu 1 can suit the most pariiculur. - Our line of iM' Hire State and at tho head of tho navigation 'of River Junction, Fla., was unablo to give moro than bread to somo tramps, on Flint Rlvor. Today it is raining and j the boys aro buying ilshlng tackle and who demanded food, they sot lire to : what they will do to tho finny tribe her house, burning to death her three ' children. The mother only escaped a V Imj u plenty. Albany Is an up-twill j v date town of about 0,000 people. In the like fato by Heeing to the woods. Is especially attractive and stylish. Misses' goods in Black and Tan ('M Cotlee tablets aro one of the latest 2 to 1, while in the town the blacks are j Kid and cloth tops. !: country II to 1, or the reverse of Ken-- 1 additions to condensed foods. One of lucky as tho Negroes all want to live these dropped Into a cup of hot water in town in the latter Stato. This is a produces quickly the breakfast cotlce, . swampy country and very unhealthy in and should be useful for tho picnic basV I ket as well as for the light toa-otho summer Tho cllmato now I 9) is ueiigiitiui overytntng is green. TuimNnnoWr.L-iii,- i n..ni.. ia dying and two moro aro disligured for Durable and Pretty. Men's Tans, calf and cordovan, heavy soles only supplant the down pour of rain all life as the result of au oxploslou of is'ith invisible cork. Durable lined waterproof calf hoots. Come to . would be well. blasting powder at Portsmouth, O., ' see us. We can fit and suit you in both stylo and service. Albany is only about So miles from Sunday. All belonged to ono family. the Gulf and Is 20o miles South of At- Tho powder was mistaken for coal. I lanta, or nearly 350 miles South of (:) Since 1SU2 tho L. & N. has expended Chlekamauga. S3,0.")2,170 for now equipments. '.V The' Col. McCord was governor of New company now owns 20,37o freight cars j ffjf, ffrt Mexico and resigned to go to war. Ho and the road bed coudition is said to be was in Congress with McKinley and better than any tlmo In its history. aided McKinley in tho passago of sevTho ship yards of John U. Starin at j eral of his bills and he hasastrongpull West Now Brighton, L. I., burued to-Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. with tho president, this regiment gether with seven buildings and their is almost sure to go to Cuba for garri-S3- couients, causing a damage v estimated duty. This regiment belongs to to bo about$400,000. ( tho 3rd brigade, 2d division, 1st army E At Martinsville, Ind., a great crowd orps and Is brigaded with tho 2d staid up to see the 6tars fall, when Missouri and 3rd Mississippi and tho eotno boys sent up a number of Roman Jlill Work. brigade will do garrison duty atMatan-zas- . candles und tho people pronounced it Metal Roofing. This regiment has received muny tho most powerful meteoric shower they disappointments, but it is llko I heard hud ever heard of. a prominent olllcer onco say: "War is In the stomach of Mrs. Amelia expectation, preparation Whcelock, of Toledo, O., was found a aud disappointment and only quart of hairpins, needles, carpet tacks, fighting." Much was expected of this stones, nickels und pieces of glass. WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. regiment if it ever encountered tho A writer declares that S00,000 men ' enemy, as was of the 2d Kentucky. It is now do tho work with tho aid of ma- -' not thought we will be hero over n chlncry which needed 10,003,000 per-- j mouth anyhow. fmir tniinj n rvi anna t Af Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul, n Mn.niiniki tna nil nru Clakhnck Coleman. A travolor says that Philippine worn-- . l s'"clal attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, en aro interesting and picturesque but Anderson Miller, aged SO, died in Cillt the College und get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write lor one to MRS. ow of them pretty. NANNIE, 8. SAUFLEY, Lady Priucipal, Stanfotd, Ky. Casey. -- oi' bad been preparations very prnteful for what Dr. Ayer's Cherrr rectornl has done tor u. and shall Vcco ft constantly on hand In the house." Mrs. . bikvems, tort I'airhcld, Me. t. o Cure-boo- k. Not A. War Investigation - oth-th- ls of Fine Suits from $5 to $20; Overcoats, $5 to $22.50. Telephone The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., - ld rut-or- e I ValuoIsThs Trade Loadstone We Have Great Values to Show . f I ! I : . 11 - 1 i I CALDWELL & LANIBR, 11 I FOOTWEflRT , I I i j INFANT SHOES, 1 o. j n. house-kecp-c- r. Ladies' Shoes in All Colors and Weights. H. , I I '..'"' I J. MeROBERTS. rr 1 I 1 3 ii A-CSIK- (STANFORD, KY. V4J si&gy jj l i nine-tent- hs one-ten- th ' Stanford Female College. 1 I Next Session Will Open September 5th. 11 I 5Ss2 ,',, ' r s ?7?i-v'.-f- j- '- - ,'.' , 'sif?tf t V i F I J Ife !... v The object of the bankrupt law is ham II. Roberts, of Utah, may bo thoin was shot down and tho other alleged to be to plvo a dobtor Involved expelled from tho Houso of Represen- probably fatally bcateu. in hopeless insolvency a chance to le- - tatives If the charge that ho Is a polyWilliam Sowle, of Graysvllle, Ind., corao square with tho world oneo more gamic, living openly nnd avowedly while under tho Influence of whisky, 1S9S by surrendering all of hi9 property with more than 0110 wife, can bo sus- sot lire to his houso and burned it. Two Stanford. Kv., Nov under the law for his creditors. In real- tained. of his children barely escaped cremaIs Still ity it is doalgued for tho benefit, of Col. Sam. M. Iiurdett. Washington tion. Tho brute skipped out. W. P. WALTON. A freight locomotive collided with n dishonest scamps and the rofereo. The correspondent of tho Chicago Chronlatter Rets his fees no matter how tho icle, tolographb his papor that move- freight train on tho Cincinnati end of who creditors sutler ana the taker geta his ment in under way to have tho 50th tho Southern" Bridge approach and as r!.vnr.os Bcell. n n wiped out, after putting up what Congress enact a law for tho conduct a result of which two .ears wero desfought the buttle of Perryville with Prices on all goods In the Great Dissolution Sale, In order to sell this grenl stock of which the njrgrcjrato Property ho doesn't want or none as he of elections In tho Southern Suites, troyed and a boy, Harry Jacob, Gen Bra??, in help-eac- h injured. where, it is claimed, tho right of sufMerchandise away down before tho Holiday. It is to your interest to buy your two armies was near 8,000, j elects. Where ouo honest man is ios of tho ed by the law, 100 rascals reap its ben- - frage is denied colored voters. The gKds where you can buy tho most for the least money. We are bound to sido claiming victory, sleeps his LAND AND STOCK. proposed bill will be a duplicate of tho last sleep-a- t the age of SO. Ho died at WWi old forco bill. his home, ParadUe, In Muulenburg, ..- - . ,. ... .......w.j was The chango in the complexion of tho Lyon .Sr A'llen sold to J. P. Rlffe, 11 ww .w v. y Ul., rnllnA In TV county, Saturday I'ur iio tuiittit- " granted a pension of 317 a month for cattle utU.UO. elections of reItefoie voicing. Senato is duo to tho W. J. Loughrldgu bought 500,000 capture Uragg's army, be was subject- - j K0Ul shot off ,n ttie Cuban hu which pounds of hump in Fayotto at a court martial practically, with- - Climpaljj1 thu flm prantcd on account publicans In republican States, cd to to SenS4.75. nut rnnnnl nrruiirnracnt. and relieved of the Spanish war, though up to- date six years ago elected democratic ! democratic tidal An entire train loaded with dro.ep of his command, being succeeded by 2,223 claims have becu tiled. In setthcg ators In tho great by tho MeKInloy turkevs left Paris for Now York Sat Gfcn. Rosecranz. After tho war ho with Spain a pension increase of about ww. oiuiised nartlv About the superior values wo are suffering In tlili ureal dUsolutlou silo. They find Kontuqky and engaged in ten millions a year for a century ought tariff bill, and partly by tho refusal of urday. returned to Speaker Reed to allow tho House to William Gooch bought of Lojd tho thing they want here fur below other priw Wo don't ak you to buy unless business, enjoying quiet, rural life till to be taken into consideration. vote on tho free silver bill which had Bourne 100 barrels of corn at $1.25 yoirtimlour Prices Lower nnd our Values Hotter than elsewhere. We k'unrantco he was appointed pension agent for you a saving on every purchase. Hero arc wnno attraclivo Uargiins for this week. McKinley seems to think he Is ut an passed tho Senate. There I? nothing delivered. ."Kentucky by PresldentClovelund.Gen. many years ago, auction and that Spain is crying tho in these results to justify the simulated John Embry bought of Doty Si Globs, Buell's wife died Philippine:!. His latest offer is W0.000.- - glee of tho republican organs or their of Garrard, 50 export cattle, 1.000 lbs. leaving a daughter by ner nrsi the general adopted, hav- 000 for them andu Caroline Islaud for a party oraclos. On tho contrary, the average, at 4o. whom coaling station. How long, oh Lord, wiiilta are full of promlbO for the American corn is iu great demand in ing no children of his own. A full line of Illtiu and Fancy prims 3c, how long will this man be permitted to future of tho democratic party and its South Africa, where it is quoted at $1.4 Good Illeached Cotton 4c, Cooper A MASS meeting was held at for 100 pounds. abuse the patience of a people, who allies, and all they represent. Yard wide Hrown Cotton, Hoosicr llrnnd, tfjc, Union. New York, by colored people have long since ceased to hold it a Lord Estcrling, property of Col. S. D. IM Unbleached Sheeting lie, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. thcoutrages against virtue? to protest against Bruce, of Now York, brought 51,200 at A line of Outing Flannels, latest Fall styled, 5c up, ther race in the Carolinas, wnicn wns McKlnley will attenu tne public sale in Lexington. President Nice line of lhvi Goods, 'M In. wide, plnlti and fancy, 2fc, Tlic Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democr- at addressed by a white skinned woman A. T. Fish raised a Hold of corn near Itlnck Figured Goods 40 In. wide, 30c, who does us the honor of publishing our peace jubilee at Atlanta. with a black heart Mrs. Grannls, Tho medical college of Kentucky Wlldlo which averaged 15 barrels per We carry a full lino of Velvets nnd Mlk nt the lowest prices added fuel to the tlamoof passion burn- editorial on Congressional contests in University will be located In Louis- acre. Mt. Vernon Signal. of the assemblage. full and credits us with it. A great ing in the breasts A mule that was foaled tho night ville. She denounced the women of the South many editors appropriate but seldom of Bay City, Mich., President Lincoln was assassinated died Walter Smith, and said they aro all full of Negro appreciate enough to credit. is wanted for burning his stepmother's near Mt. Olivet last week, aged .wj blood. Sho" was tho only years. llaby Shoes 2 to 5 only 24c pair, Tiiefik are few expansionists in the house. white person who spoke and hers was Farris & Whitley, of Danville, sold Men" Fine Shoes worth fl 50 only PSc, ' Grant county's fiscal court has purtho most inflamatory address of tho eve- country, when it is understood that tho chased 31 miles of turnpike at a cost to Simon Well Saturday, !50 1,400- Men's Fine HIuh-- worth f 2 nnd 12.50 only f 1. iff, rning. Resolutions wero adopted cen- president proposes to pay good money pound cattle at 4c. They will go this Men's High Top Shoes worth $2 nnd 12 50 go in thin slo at f 1.1$ anil of 310.S10. fl 03, ' suring tho governors of the Carolinas and millions of it for islands taken by Wo carry a complete line of Men' nnd Boys' Hoofs, In a collision between two steamers, week. our soldiers and sailors. To hades with and calling on Congress to reduce the Came to my place In September a red Men's Hoots worth 12. only $1.40, in Chinese waters, ono was sunk and representation of South Carolina, Mis- such a policy and such a policy maker. 75 lives lost. bull calf. Owner can get him by deHoy's Boots as low as 51, sissippi and Louisiana in Congress and AtMolino, 111., a man was perhaps scribing and paying expenses. W. J. Men's Plow Shoes Toe, The war department has decreed in the electoral college because of Indies' Fine Shoe, Lace nnd Button, worth 11.60 only 0$c that it shall hereafter bo Puerto Rico fatally injured, while being initiated Carson. of 200 restriction of suffrage their Sales fat hogs at ::.10, 1.1,000 and Habina, but we opine that the into a secret order. congres Tho United States Weather Observa turkeys at 7. and 51 export cattle at ' people will continue to spell them as Pennsyl- - thev like. tory for Loxington will bo located at 4.(55 are reported In tho Harrodsburg men were lost In New York, Democrat. the State College. vania and Massachusetts at the last Men' Corduroy Pants nl tho low price, of 1.IS. Tho famous Hackney stallion, Royol The editor of tho Somerset Reporter Tho court of appeals overruled the It had not been for the election. If Host Corduroy Pants $1.1, . , Dopulistic West, as it has been called, is a curious kind of a cuss. He calls petition for a new hearing In the Jim Standard, was bought by a Scotland Ateu's Good Suits at the low price of J1I.4S, party for 87,000. Ho was owned nt the House would have been democratic. the editor of the Paragon all sorts of Crow car decision. Overcoats from ?3 up, 4 county has reduced tho Toronto, Cannda. Kentucky. names and then addresses him as Harrison We gain three members In Hoys' Overcosts lSc up, Georgo F. Anderson has bought of salary of its turnpike superintendent Does this show that McKlnley was en- "brother." A big lot of ftipos at nn unheard of low price, Mr?. C. B. McChord, of Winchester, from 390 to $50 a month. any alarming degree, oh, dorsed to Ladle' Tailor-madSkills c to 4 50, ami the nro corkers. POLITICAL POINTS. fell In- her farm of 102 acres in Boyle county, A Shelby county saplentj and seductive Dyche? Does And a thousand other Hargnins too unnierotis to mention. Cnll ami sec for vonr- funeral, and al- at $50. Advocate. majority in the the fall of some Woman suffrage, so complete re- to a grave at a Netrro lion. J. S. Owsley, Sr., weighed to self docscared himself to death. House to one that will have to be turns show, was defeated in South Da- most Mrs. BjsiI W. Duke was elected Mou tie Fox yesterday thu SB export tored before It can be counted on, kota. president or the Kentucky division, cattle sold county court day at 4 tVj, endorsement of strike you as a hearty The result of tho election will cause They average 1, ISO. the fiddling, time serving poliey of the retirement of l.'l chairmen of House Daughters of tho Confederacy. Coylc, Christian h Co , hava bought of tho National The next meeting individual who committees. the worst T. I). HANKY, Manner. association will be held at about 12,000 turkeys to dut, paying ever occupied the presidential chair 'i Judge W. B. Fleming, of Louisville, librarians' lS'Ji). 0 to S cents for them or 2c more than Branch Mores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrriirrburn, Cynthl- If it does, you are easy to strike. Thai's has announced his candidacy for attor Frankfort, In November. nnn.Versalllos, Kiiiinence, Georgetown, E fsnbethtown. Frankfort. ickport, Ind The battleship Formidable, said to last year. Register. all. ney general of Kentucky. Many horses aro dying In Owen be the largest warship In tho world, The prohibition vote in Illinois fell trummmm county from a strange disease. They FOR cursing on the streets at WashPortsmouth. Eng. Hfrin off more than tl.000. and fn Ohio it is so was launched at Hardy ington, Ind., Eleven wero killed and six Injured go blind, then have the blind staggers small It can get on the ballot hereafter was arrested and put in jail by the near Jersey City, when n train crashed and generally drop dend. only by petition. ! J. Helm Marriott, of Ellzabethtown, marshal, whom be has sued for 310,000 Into a gang of workmen In a denso fog. Senator Hanna announces that the a bought this week of E. R. Sparks, thu As damage for false imprisonment. Hotel Reed, Lexington, now runs republican committee will open headof ;0cj acres, well imHardy is an aspirant for the U. S. Wc have everything goultoe.it free 'bus for the use of Us guests, some- Chrlsman farm Jessamine Journal. proved, nt55. quarters at once and enter upon the Senate at the hands of the republican campaign of 1000. We have Lexington Flour for Thnnkgilng thing not before attempted In thatclty. Horace Rose, of Wostorly, R. I., Legislature, he Is probably playing a Ed Ross shot and killed his wife and who has supplied the White House cake linking-ca- n't lie New York politicians think Depew's bold bluff and working tho injured babv near Paducah. John Walker, of with turkeys for .'15 yours, has sent the Good rolled Oatf 5c pur package. as United States Senator Is as election innocence racket. He denies that he whom he was jealous, was also llred at. president ono weighing 2Sj pounds. Freh Maccnroni nt 7c cr pound psakage. " but it Is said that he 'cussed" sured since "Boss" Piatt announces "cussed, Try a can big sandy Sorghum for Mc. MlssS.Jsan Williams, aged 1(5, was The land of Wm. Lucas, which was r his preference for tho before and while in jail like a trooper. speaker. torn from her horse near MndUonville, sold last month, has to be resold and Nice Hreakfatt Haron At lie per pound. G ood Sugar Corn tic er can. O., and outraged by an unknown No- - Administrator J. W. Hocker roadver-tise- s It is said that Postmaster Holmes, of it in this issue to be sold Deo. .'I. TWO wrongs do not make a right.but Hest can Tomatoes 0c Frankfort, who is a gold bug, will be pro. vV. C. Green To House Owxkhs ut is said to be fair play. Anent John Klrves, a Dayton. O., plasterer, G"od Hroom for lc succeeded by a republican Jan. 1, In shot his daughter to death ing hud 15 horses and mules left over at the throwing out of tho Bracken order to spite AIo Headquarters for Celory, Crunburrle.-- , Ac. . Toddt of while drunk county precinct because the olllcers Louisville, who helped defeat Evans and tried to kill himself, but unfortu- his sale and wants to go in with some one to make out a load for the South. of the election went to' dinner, the nately failed. for Congress. persons were Injured In n Write hl;n atllustonville. Cynthlana Democrat reminds the reEight There is a threat of a warm contest Largest retailers of line Groreries In the world. 51 si rei in Kentucky publicans that two years ago they throw for tho democratic nomination for tho wreck on tho Big Four railroad. Tho Jii". F. Wltherspoon bought the farm of 314 near ' Indiana mid Ono, out two precincts in Boyd county that speakership of the nextllouse, notwith- train wus derailed by a cow at the Wood cer county, acres, U. iV L.McAfee, Merof N. Wlthnrspo'in 111. gave LaRue Thomas,' democrat, over standing W. H.VEVKI:N,Mivcir. near Alton, for $14,2ti(J, which Is $1,000 mora han the fact that the nominee! can bridge,guoreme 200 majority. The republicans are not court of Tennessee has they paid for it a few weeks ago. The not be elected. Tho nominee will be tho only saihts on the calendar. pronounced the death sentence upon At Springfield, 111.. .'JO Berkshire he leader of the minority. Wynne and Catlett Tipton, two hogs of tho Kim wood herd of RoubenCapt. Sam Jones; lato populist nom- Pleas Gentry, of Boylu county, averaged $.PlTY tho sorrows of the poor old whltocaps. 4. The boar, Coluinmu o Duke, was inee for Congress in the second, Ken- Sevier county man I Gen. Blanco says: "The keenest phoW. E. Singleton, tha Lexington sold to Barry t Junemun, of Barclay, tucky district, states that tlie party is sorrow of my lite Is surrendering Cuba, tographer, who was shot by Maj. Car- III., for $1,200. with an army of 150,000 men and 200 doomed, and that he thereforo ilocks son, lias sued him for $10,000 damages. A two days' sale of Hereford cattle guns, to an enemy who claims to have with the republicans as his natural He has nearly recovered. from the farms of Gudgell .V Simpson, Favorite Toilet ("main for the complexion, clinppo hand, &c. Independence, Mo , and Junius A. conquered Cuba, while we are possessed pollticul refuge. A couple of robbers tried to hold up Funkhousor, Pluttsburg, Mo., was hold Quite a number of our colored citi of such resource." As tho old fcamp 1)7 head a Santa Fe train in California, but the has pillaged the Cubans to the extent zens voted for Gilbert. At their church brave express agent shot one to doath at the Kansas City stockyards, of at an average price belnir of many millions, it is but natural he last Sunday the preacher's text was on of $27.s 25; one yearling bull brought and put the other to illght. A complete line of the most pjpint,r Perfume, Cologne should long for more, as tho more one politics and the way he pitched into Hay Hum, Toilet Water postmaster $1,100. J. W. Tolbert, assistant his Hook for excerclsing a freeman's gets tho raoro ho wants. A Cruel ShoeU. atMcCormlck, S. C, was advised to privilege was a caution. Mt. Vernon It wns the residential part of the remain out of the Stato by Gov. Eler- A COCK and bull story comes from Slgnul. city, the hour wns nvo a. m ni.d Toilet Sonjw, Face I'owders, Tooth Ihushes Sachet Powders, Hair Itriiahos. Tooth be until the excitement quiets. London that the Queon Regent is said A Washington lawyer says that if The dedication of Kentucky's monu- Tompkins wk cnrefiilly. If a trifle un- Brushes, Coiiils, Ac. OILS. OiNofall kinds, Turpentine, Yarnishcs, Colors, Ac. to be convinced of the hopelessness of Congress decides that the Goebel elecsteadily, feeling hit. way home along Call aud see us. posther son ever reigning and bus, upon tion Jaw did It, that will not give the ment at Chlckamauga has been of delay the dark and silent street. Suddenly tho advice of tho Emperor of Austria, contestant the seat, as in that event, poned Indefinitely, on account a figure in u tiled' in a large cloak sprang & up in front of l.im. Tompkins turned decided, soon after tho peace treaty the decision will bo that there bad In the erection of the monument. Conductor Guy Wyatt was caught a deathly yellow and half fell, half is signed at Paris, to quit Spain with been no election and that the scat is between the cars at South Tunnel on staggered against the fence. her family and Don Carlos will be thereforo vacant. making four "Your money or your life!" hissed proclaimed King. All of which will The Harrodsburg Democrat was sur- the L. & N. and killed, the m&crcant, the barrels of hit. reroad last week. men killed on that do to tell to the marines only. prised to find that Davison is not the A cut glass bowl, weighing 75 pounds, volver gleaming in front of him. hatched-face"Merciful John D. White threatens to contest ho has been represented to be, and has just been completed by the Llbby uiel" gnspeil heavens, how you sen red Tompkins; "I thought it the election of Judge Vincent Boreinc, says that his countenance at Toledo, O. It Is to be was my wife." Brooklyn Life. rather in- Glass Works President McKlnley. but on what grounds it is not stated. dicates shrewdness add some presented to native Ilia Men of It. Only two of a crew of 32 on tho AtAs contostb seem to bo in order, Judge force of character. "Now that is what I call criminal lantic from Tac"oma, Ore , to an African Ty might also contest, nis name It is a mistake to state that the Sen- - port reached the shore alive, after tho carelessness," said Swipcsy, the burgVo Invito your attention the Celebrated was not on the ballots in four counties, lar, us he read the paper the morning late will be republican for eight years. vessel had been wrecked iu a storm. for which republican clerks are pre- The terms of only .'10 nfter the robbery. senators expire Hon. George R. Sage, recently resumably responsible. "What is criminal cureleFsneFs?" next March und of these eight will bo tired judge of the United States disnsked bis wife. Before It takes nearly seven pages of the succeeded by democrats. gain 10 10C0 trict court or tho Southern district of "The paper saj's that right l the the democrats can easily more Ohio, died at his homo in Lebanou, O. safe I cracked there wns a table, and Courier Journal to print the delinquent list of tho City of Louis- members if they have any sense at all. A deed for mineral 'hind sold in Al in the drawer of the tnble there vns Tho election commissioners in Rowan leghany county, Va.. contained ?.'I,000 17 big diamonds and $50u in gold coin. ville aud the county of Jefferson. The Dicks Feed Gutter, The Poindexter Corn Sji iiier, There's fatness for the sheriff and the county counted tne vote over, throwing worth of revenue stamps of tho $50 de- It wascrimlnnlly carle.ssin me toocr-loo- k nil that swag." Town Topics. in that, as the law allows 8l.f0 out three precincts on account of their nomination. Tho consideration in tho , not being dated or signed legally. Two deed was $500,000. ich name on the list. A Small MiiIIit, of the precincts were republican and Young Lady (out yachting) What is Conn., Ilarvnrd deAt New Haven, P ."! n - nations seem to be at a one democratic, cutting Pugh's majorfeased Yale Saturday by a score of 17 the matter, Capt. Quarterdeck? ' 'aris, simply becauso the ity from 105 to 109. This will place Captain The fnct is, my denryonnrj to 0, winning a glorious foot ball lady, we've broken our rudder. ". iO. xl can not Infuse enough William's mBJority in the district at . in a clean, fast game, abounding A better no of goods novcr of- Voting Lady I wouldn't worry about T!i3 Caial Wngots, Tho Oliver C'lul'ed PIoa-&t;elf to mako a demand 04. in brilliant plays. Is mostly under feted yen. that. The rudder it. It would not be so if A Washington dispatch to the Her- Two prisoners In tho Ohio peniten- water anyhow, you know, and it isn't real man In the White aid say Manv persons in Washington tiary mado a desperate attempt to es- likely people will notice it. N. Y. I believe thatRepresontativc-electBrJg- -! HIGG-IN- S Sr. cape, and killed a guard before ono of Weeklv. - THE INTERIOR I I - THE LOUISVILLE STORE 11 J ! Js .,,,, Cutting And 1 11 Slashing ser-Isus- ly ,,,.,. - - 1 1,011-pou- nd ZEIEZDTTaE stock: 1 $4.-1- Everybody Is Talking . mis-ban- d, BIT All-wool GOOD UO All-wo- ol ed SHOSS s . e -- t TWENTV-THREErepublic- CLOTHING.'-- . pall-bear- er 50-od- d The Louisville Store. t over-rate- d THANKSGIVING DflY after-dinne- i turn-abo- or Blue Gra&s Grocery Co., JWST THB sindi Tffll7 1 od P ERFUMERY ! Toilet Fancy Goods. CRAIG HOCKER. ATTENTION d, weak-minde- d go-dev- il Farmers 1 I Dam Double hmi Corn Cridor, vie-ter- y The Hocking Valley Corn- Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, McKINNBY. 1 f? "'Si, rt cj . - m " l$;rU ft N Cartur for all The town clock Is as dumb as au your'thlngrt or Thanksgiving dinner. oyster, since 1 P. M. yesterday, preJOURNAL THE INTERIOR Window Unlit, putty, otc . at Cr.il sumably because the tender failed to fc Hooker's Call and see the now novelties in wind It up. ' Cincinnati's O, SrANFOKi). Ky., Wk sell eggs at loc per doon. Hlsr- - picture frames, &c. W. B. McRob- Nov. 22, 180S SUNDAY was as hrlght and us beautierts. Long Distance Telephone, Call 870. gins .tMoKlnney. ful day as ever shono In g oomy NoThe only place to get jour eyes ac- vember and yesterday was retty fair. N'BW lot of cakes and crackers at E.G. Walton,. Husixiaa Manaokil curately lilted with spectacle. Craig The signal service, however, predicts Hlgglns A: Mclvlnnoy's. ' & Hooker. . rain or snow and colder lor Tuesday. our 'Diamonds aro Caro fully jaloctad in tho rough, and I AM paying $1.60 a barrel for corn Tholutiiuf tifow Jiojjh ninouiutt to Fresh oranges, lomon?. bananas, Held. Judire Carson held Henry cut in our factory Ay xpcrt 'Diamond Cutters. Tito carry of protecting an and ITic for eggs. Bring more limn tho cost them In. cranberr les, celery, fee . at Illgglos t Gilbert and Albert Hampton in 'J1QP entire herd by foudltitf Dr. Hun' Hotf Mark Hardin. tho jCarycst Stock in tho Tifast at tho jCowcst Prices. Ilemedy. Don't wait till losses liuvu McKlnnoy's. each to thu circuit court for breaking or arc about to occur, but. c now and STATIONERY. SILVERSMITHS. WATCHES. THE Odd Fellovvtt lodge hero ha Tun Academy foot ball team will into a house of J. S. Underwood and Our stock of STERLING SIL,:jt It from Penny h Drnjr Store. We sre Sole Agents for the Our Department of purchased a Jennet which wili be used play tho Preparatory Eleven of Dan- stealing a set of harness. They aro VER TOILET WARE and Celebiated Patek, Phlllippe & Stationery and EngravIn Initiations. SILVER U the PEBSOTAL AND" SOCIETY GOSSIP. ville at the grounds here Thanksgiving from Purksvllle, but their present ad- WEDDING in the Wesr. A Co watches. Our stock in this ing is thoroughly moit complete every grade and e line Includes few exclusive patterns of dress Is caro of Jailer DcIJord. and complete Silver Spoons and Porks at make known to the trade, at Mt. Mattib KtmiY want up to Get our price- on steel roofing be- afternoon. In every reipect prices to suit everybody. oo pcr ounce. fore you cover your house. J. K. Si. Livingston Friday. ' RELIGIOUS MATTErS. We are goiny to tako Thanksgiving it Son. JOHN llltKiltT, of Grays, npent SunSend for our Holiday Shopping List, containing many valuable Suggettions. Mall i. order nromnttv attended to Ooods sent to our Patrons on Selection. so our next Issue will j printed WedThe W. C. T. U. will meet next year day with bU parentH hero. MONliY. To loan on real estate at nesday night. Our coneopondonts will in Scuttle, Wash. JOHN D. UoitroN left Friday to 00 TO- per cent. Address W. S. Lnwwill, 'Roy. II. C. Morrison is holding a enter college at liarrliuaii, Tunn. please observe and govern Ihcmtolves Attorney, Danville, Ky. meeting at Mt. Olivet in Garrard. Mkh. Ni:kli:v Srow: spent sovcrnl accordingly. Rev. C. E. Powell will preach at with relatlvou at Lancaster. days Harp's new display of photographs McCormueks next Sunday at 11 AM. Mws ANN L'uixmax, of Richmond, shows that ho is round-tri- p In beauty The O. S. will sull ticket (s the Kuest of Mr. J. W. Alcorn, of execution, style and tlnlsh. from Wllliamstown to Junction City onj Rev. II. B. BHnoy has resigned as For your Miss Suk Rout U with Mrs. Gun account of tho fall running meeting at pastor of tho Christian church at A HAWK as lurire as an oairlo was Lexington at l)0c from Junction City, 70 Kirksville, to go to Texas. Hofmann at Crab Orchard Spring. was at killed by Hardin Belden the other day. from Danville, &o. Rev. F. S. Pollitt, presiding elder of CA1T. W. F. SHiatlJUN It measureu 1(1 Inches from tip to tip this district, has rented property in "homo" for a nhort time yesterday. IX the circuit court Friday Edward Havrodsburg m and will locate there. Mil John W. Rout Is now one oil TURKEYS. J. K. Christian closed Lambert was given two months for liov. J. . Lynch, who is much imSeverance & Son army of mletmen. MissJhanii: Vkai:x l vUltlnjr his purchase of turkeys for Thanksglv-In- g petit larceny, making three of the fam- proved, is favorably considering a Saturday, having bought about ft,. ily, a father and two sons, to get sen- llattering call from Wake Forest, N.C. her sister, Mr. R. G.vUnll, In Sorner- 000 at 7c. tences this court. Tho other two go to Advocate. R. G. HAIL, of Somersut, killed In the pen. Win. Carter, who broke Into The new Christian church at Pine-vlll00. Mr. John I Jones and his Cinone day 10 quail. Ho only llred 15 A. B. Florence's store ana stole money which is Hearing completion, will cinnati friends killed 200 quail in their and other things, got three years and times. be the finest house in SouthRowling three days hunt (n tho Beo Lick and Ben M iss LaviXia FKHtiUSOX, of McCormack, a notorious chicken ern Kentucky. II. Grow and Quail sections. Green, Is vlalling Mr. R. thief, tlvu years, for breaking into Joe Sixty persons publicly accepted family. Wnnt'o hen house and taking there-fri'i- Christ at a meeting held by Dr. E. O. OUR storo will be l'KOK.W. J. CltAIti ipant tevcra day, Thanksgiving closed next Thurs7." of his best fowls. In this day, so buy your Guerrint at Lcwlsburg. West Va. day with friends at thu State Collage, SherilT Owens tells a story - 2s'lcholasvillo Journal. things for Thanksgiving dinner beforo Lexington. l.mtratlvu of Ben's adroltncssasa thief. Rev. K. S. Harris, chaplain of the 2d that day. Higglns & McKlnney. Miss Ji:.N Wallacie, a Fort Smith, He owed Dr. Alcorn a medical bill of Tennessee volunteers, confessed to the Ark., beauty, Is the guest of .Miss Isaw Recital. Tho friends and patrons Si u and asked him If he would accept Memphis conference that ho was Hal ley. bella of the school aio invited to bo present a nice turkey for the amount. Tne guilty of drunkeness, and bo was sus- n We are now showing a great line of Shoen and Hoots for Men n'nd Boys, manufacMas. R. C. IIocicbi: wont up to at a recital given In the College chap- uoctor rcauuy anenteJ and Uen wont uended for six month. tured by Iluell ifcSon and the Forwood Mfg. Co. yosterday to epend a week with el Wednesday nnd got one of John Hughes' llnct.j Rev. evening at b o'clock. Price, of Grant county, her parent. Thiil night he stole the turkey from has been a preacher for oi years "and f.pu'H bovoraj Jamks F. Cummins For Trial. Henry I'ennlngton.who Dr. Alcorn and trading it for a quart of hud lo relIret ow,Djr l0 l0oln: h,s heur. days at Livingston belli tig cloak for has been in jail here for whisky, hunted up Mr. Hughes and i,,,,. ilu , s, nnil ,. u ,n Severance .V Sons. wan taken to Hyden, Leslie county, made him drunk on the liquor. the llncst of health and has resided in And get prices bofore making your Fall purchase. Miss A lick Ditvi:, one of the pret- Friday, by Deputy Shoriir McRoborts Thomas Gill, who shot Into BUI Leu-I- s' Grunt county for".") years. Is tho guest to b tried for killing Henry tiest girls la tho Vot Knd, Coots. house, after In many way8 trying to The district convention of the W. V. of Mrs. W. L. Kvaiw. Crab Orchard, Ky. Intimidate him, was given one year In M. S. will be held at tho Methodist TlLXKb(iviN., Turkeys, Cranber- tho penitentiary. Some of Mils. J. S. Wr.i.W and daughter, of tho jurors church, Stunford, Friday night and Danville, are hpondlng the weok at ries, i'liiiu Pudding, Mince Moat, Pick-!owcro for making It live. The worst Saturday morning and night next. Tho Baked Hnns, Cream Hon. J S Owslov, Sr's. Cheese, feature of tho case is the grief brought societies of Cait V. 11. KlllliY has gone to Cakos, Crackers, Oysters and all kinds on the boy's mother, who refitted to be Mrs. Uollis other churches are invited. Carrier, recording secreArkansas to spend a couple of weoKs of Canned goods at Warren it Shanks'. comforted after the verdict was an- tary. Lexington Herald. in hunting. Rev. P. S. Pollitt, presiding elder of Tins public school at Rowland taught nounced. TlIK Misses Alcorn ontortaln from The L. fc N. compromised an appeal tho Danville district, wl.l hold Thanks-givin:i to 5 this afternoon In honor of tholr by Prof. L. I'.. Hughes with Miss Myrservice at Hebron Thursday Munfonl. tle Hughes assistant, tdnred a success- oao by paying $10 for running too fast bandtoiUQ visitor, Ml morning, and quarterly meeting at Harrtxlsburg, has ful term Friday with a pleasing enter- through the tOAn of Rowland. 4Mlt. T. S ROSK, of Eleven prisoners have heard peniten night, when ho will administer th'i. b?e on a visit to his con, J. T. Roto tainment of recitations, tabloaux. fee. tiary verdicts this court, tho largest sacrament of the Lord's Supper. All Tho old gontlemau Is 0 yoar old. churches, comprising Stnnford circuit, Butter Crvtes. Sam Hamilton number at any term for vears. SKKflT. ASI111Y .MCKKB. WaRKRX The commonwealth having exhausted are especially invited to bo present. Rout has engaged J. R. and J. H. l, left Saturday for Lexington with tho of Caey county, to help him sell its cases, the first civil suit was tried by htenllou of joining tho engineer corp&A J. B. Walker, of Kirksville, bought Another b!g lot in this week. Best Underwear sold. Asa Misses and Children's jury yesterday, when onn was enpaucl-eMhs. William Moim:lani will move county rights for hU valuable Invention Union Suits and Melba Patterns in Ladies' Vis's. Men's and Boys' in tho last few weeks over 20,000 bushto try tho damngo suit of Joseph to Lexington In u wuek or o, to as to and they will canvass Kentucky, Illi- Powell against MaVtln els of wheat at ire. Corn in that loAlcorn for slan be with her husband who Is In business nois, fee. der and for which 32,000 was demanded. cality is being delivered at 51 a barrel. there. Am compelled to settle with tbeStnto It seems that Alcorn, who is a blind With bread stutTs at these figures and Mhs. i:. R.Davis In remitting for asks us to ehango her Nov. ,t() and you mint pav your taxes at Negro pensioner at ??." a month, said hogs at .'! a hundred, a poor man ought ber subscription address to Wollford, Kanawha county, once to cnablu mo to do so. Remcmbt r that Powell and his wifo swore to a to be able to get a living without much ll pcr cent, will be added Dec. 1. This packet d- -n lies In their testimony dilllculty. Richmond Register, V. Va. family , Is my last call before advertising. S. against him In a certain cane and that Wo open this week Gent's Fine According to Nilsson, the zoologist, Mil G..C." Khllhh, Jil, and was tho causo for the action. Welch the weight of a visiting tho M. Owens, shorltf. of Lincoln county, are Greenland and Breckinridge represented tho whale Is 100 tons, or 221,000 pounds, or family of Mr. G. C. Keller. Sr. OGllOUOK D. Poim:, of Livlngto'n. sold plaintllT and Alcorn and Warren the equal to that of 88 elephants or 440 Sayings. to J. M. Hunt a home and lot in e old man, who is nearly always in hears. Husky 9. Whitb luw given up his for $12o. Tho property cost Mr. Woodford county, with a bonded in- Ac. A big line of Pilk Worsted Braids in Plain and Tinel Kllecls, just in irom Easjtb as Wagon Master of tho ilnl reel-me- l'ope Sl,:i00 in better times and he has trouble. r The case was still on at adjournment debtedness of WO.0O0, will lloat her tern Mnrkets If you want a handsome dress trimmed just right cive usn call. We and joined bis brothers and done considerable Improving, making 640,000 turnpike bonds at per cent. yesterday. ate headquarters on Drv Goods, Notions, Ladies' nnd Gent's Fine Shoes at Donvor, Col. It stand him SI,. ,00. John Smartt, colored, was burned i:. ViT, of the governor's guard W. LiviNGSTO.v continues to improve out of his home and then riddled with KlLLlNO. of the 1st Texas regiment, was bore Win. Gilbert wn-- , killed and she will soon be the metropolis of Siturday en route to Garrard to visit at Junction City, Thur.-da-y evening, Rockcastle county. Now and substan- bullet by whitecups In Tcnnes-eby Jltn Smith, another Negro, who his father, Mr. J. II. Wert. tial buildings aro going up all over vV2"TT.'j".' rriM)A'tTvrA'Ti .iT "!' Mil Samukl IIakdin, of Crab Or shot him three times ovr a gatnu of town nnd tho place boars a slight re88 eWrdny and paid curds. The tnurdtrer tied, but Chief was here ciard, semblance to Mlddlesboro in her palmy this paper and the N V. Weekly of i'olleu Helm uapturud him. . days. Three big hotels, Tho Kight fir tho 25th eoHeoutlYM year. V liavenntr oloiinl pen Gables, H. W, Rico & Son, proprietor, Mikacclol--s Ksc.U'K-A- n tlio-- c for a liirt whllo. Will who Infant Tin; Montgomery Advertiser say TheDilllon, with W. R. Dillion, land- .till lim.t" ruiUs that sin to ojK'a tip Goodx jiHt ns advertised, advertise tint .hu railroad boys are In mourning on of Tom Hays, of Wildie. was run lord, and the Mullins House, with Mrs. iiguiii In ulxiut two works,we will we will and tliou .'Ird Kentucky soldiers stole owr by an ongino and two cars the . want jour turkev because the pfoods which we havn't in stock. We sell them tuy you the iiiai'Ut't )irtci for tlioiu. I'ooit tlioin well other day and strange to say escaped Champ Mullins, at the helm, do a rush W. Ci MeKlnnoj's trick cat. at prices advertised. Lowith a slightly bruisud nore. The little ing business, and beetle these there and liuvu tlitmi fut.tllUIsTlA.V A (O, RokN, to the wlfo of Rv. S. M. J K a do.en or so boarding houses whero are Mauf.inl, K) gin on Sunday, a tson Sanford M. Lo- follow full bi'tweon thu ties, fortunately good accommodations can be had. ImJudge M. C for him, and the cars, did not strike gan, Jr. They aro at mense stores, where aunost anything him. 1T1ILIO pAK OP A Saulley'o and both aro dolug well. can be obtained, are thick aud seem to (5. C. GIVIONS attended the Mhs. OL'it pationco has alino-- L coasod to be nourishing, while business of all SPLENDID LITTLE FARM 8.3 marrlngo of her niece, Miss Lucy Juno bo a virtue with Uiomj who promise to kinds appears to be good. Tho writer Jameson, to Mr. G. M. Gregg, of pay their accounts at this odico and was there Saturday afternoon when tho As lulmlnhtnitor of tho of Wm. Intl., which occurred at who with tho will antioxtil. I do not do m. Tho.-- e who havo pay train arrived nnd ho saw more mon Luen. .will on Paris Thursdaytreated us that way nood not be sur- ey change hands than he has seen stuce Lki: Ykauku left Satur- prised .Miss Katik at having an olllccr call on them hard times begau. Thousands of dollars Saturday, Doc. 3rd, 1898, day morning for Louisville and thence for what is due us. This means you if aro left there monthly, llko it was ut About tho hour of 2 oYUvk i. i , ut tho for IndlanapolU, where sho will upend oh have Iioum) made promises with us you Ruwlaud boforo the divMou was moved. dwollliig ICy., on tho premises near sister, Mrs. . sell nt pillule auction to tho a month or more with her have not fulfilled. are numerous pnetty homes In highest hlil'dor. tho farm on which Wm. LuThere Frank Wood. Danville Advocate. Livingston, Including tho new cottages cas, ileeeiisocl. llvoil nt tho timo of his No St.m1. The attornoy general Dr. HertibCaui'BNTKK, of Huston of Master of Trains B. N. Roller aud ilouth. Tho farm contain about &1 vllle, wont up to Corbln Sunday to soo having decided that no stamp Is necesEngineer J. R. OrndortT. They aro iSG ACRES OF SPLENDID Mrs. Jesse T. Hockcr, who is ill. Mis sary for a receipt given to a bank for ffl'D Si modern in structure and marvels of money, provided it docs not pass thro' Mary Carpenter accompanied her. Well located, convenient town, to churchYesterday thoy returned with Mrs. another's hands, tho Lincoln County convenience. The Eight Gables Hotel, es and excellent schools. toTho rosldunco Is m spoken of above, is a handsome three So on through our stock. Every article is the condi- National Rank has had printed for tho y is In a nice, frame building. OutHockor, who story building with rooms, close buildings In good 'statu of repilr. best the money can buy. Prices always as low tion, and took her to her father, Mr. O. use of its customers a lot of receipts, to tho now depot and on a lovely site. d TritMs It one and two mmth in cash, remainder In ' J. Crow's. which will ennble them to save the 2c and often lower than others. equn1 Installment-- , was built by William Fields, of Lincoln, bearing Interest from dnto of sale and for .luuoi: Vincent Boiiriva passed required ou checks. and Is proving a veritable gold mine to which notes with good security must bo 9 through Friday seemingly leellng good given. 1'ost.csslun given Immedlutelv. St" father-in-la- w Sakk riCiLvr-KKnover his election. He says that John J. '.V. liOCKEU. Admr. The store of him and to his clever almost Sparks, Mullins A: Sparks at Living- who runs It. Tho Christian Endeavor D. White, who had slandoroJ , everj body, now takes a ciack at bis ston, was broken into 50 YEARS- Saturday night Convention of tho fifth district was in EXPERIENCE ho nays oU out and ami tho safe blown opon. Tho cash session and visitors from many counties' friends, who, box in which was about $."00 was not w ore present. The little town bus turned defeated him. Mhs. J. S. Armstrong, of Dallas, opened, but iX which had been placed her keys over to the gutfsts and tho Toxas, and Mrs. Molliu Young, as in where tho hooks aio kept was taken. good people aro treating them proudly. haudbomo twins as uver lived, wore Entrance was effected by a roar win- Mr. Joseph CofToy thinks of movlnghls Headquarters For stock of goods to Stnnford when his wife hero Saturday en route to Lancaster, dow. Trade Marks opens her boarding house here, but tho to visit Capt. and Mrs. F.J. White. Mrs. Dcsiqns Oliikk Than Usual. Mr. John Livingston people are trying mighty Copyrights &c. Young was very enthusiastic over her Bright, nho is one of the petit jury hard to keep him In their town. W. Anrone noniUng a kptcl nrnl decrlpt!on my grandson, now about six months old. whether an nnlrklr ascertain our opinion frco Communion. Intention l prnhiiWrPentaMo. of Lincoln this term of the circuit court, tells us F. Sheridan, J. A. Mudd, C. A. Mr. James D. Sheluy, Inni.trlftlrMllflriHIltllll. 10 OQ 1'atCntl ..... ... iiiitot nf.tifv fnr nixnirinir DAtenl. ago of tho lit, men Moore, W. T. Merlmeo and L. M. u county, luw taken charge of tho Blue that the vera go Co. rcccTo throuah ilunn lVitents taken 5(1 years and S months. familiar aces hero beforo the tptelal notke, without thnnrtvlu tho Grass Grocery here. Mr. Shelby is a composing it is cbarmlng gentleman nnd a member of J, W. Dryo Is the youngest at 113, and dispatcher's ofllco was moved, aro getScientific M. McRoberts, tho oldest, ho being ting along all light, but frequently hnmlsomclr llluitrntisl weoklr. JjirsMt rtr one of tho moat distinguished families J. ift said to bring wisdom and forget themselves and give a sigh or uffiMXtaT7SluJ5ffl tbo State. Tho Sun welcomes him "f. Age ii tnvi -- ,.... flint nnfinnnr.il fnr thu j... J ln.fnrr ilm two for their favorite town of Stan .. ... .w. VV New York to bur midst and wishes him much MUNN & Co.36'Bf"d I ford. best for a long time. JJriucb or.. C3 P St., Washlnuton. D. C. Versailles Sun. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, COMB to Beazley A: Cfte Diibme Jewelry Company, DIAMOND CUTTERS. X - fourth and Walnut Sts., jfll Ster-lin- - Van-Ar-da- le b-- -- up-to-d- BEAZLEY & GARTEB, -- Thanks- - e, Giving Order n con-oictio- n 11- NEW SHOES. W. Mad-Ico- Sq-.lr- , safe-keepin- g, Come And See Our Line E. PERKiNS. e, We Have Them. m g m urn Rut-sdl- Those Melba Combination Suits For Ladies. d -- FrenchBalbrig'n Shirts & Drawer s Dress Sdirts, NecRwear, Dollars, Guffs, full-gro- wn Har-rodsbu- rg Xoed-mor- nt sN-tc- 1 e. JOHN P. JONES. -- fr TUBIKJETTO 111 ibwWA3flRyi3r .. i IrTOXJ'VT'IIL.IjinilsriD 9 1 Craw-fu-dsvlll- o, ikvi-aLil- , lliis-touvl- lle. i i We sell the best $1.50 Shoe for $1.50. We sell the best 25c Lady "Vest at 25c. We sell the best $2 Boot for $2. We sell the best $10 Suit $ for $10. We sell the best 5c Calico for 5c. two-stor- 150-o- dd One-thir- m . SEVERANCE & SOVS. mMimmmmmmmmmimmmi IVjjITiM JM R AUGrtMfm&GG 1 1 1111 (1 A i ?i II . Wes-terflcl- d, American. euc-cefa- s. Shipstuff, Hay, Corn chop, Oats, &c. - ' A- - H Uttinford, I h CRAB ORCHARD, Inp there on Us rude floor than upon 20 TXAM' EXPERIENCE, Eulalle also visits and velvet carpets. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Large crowds arc In atlundanco at Tho Farmer Hunk .V Trust Co., loi'iited In HcliHitlflrnlly tosttng and correcting all loves the old structure, for ahoeuya "It No charge of Kentucky, is tho Baptist meeting and much interest mniinerof ilefecilvoeyo nlztit. for glnies nt Munfortl. In Ilio clolng up Its nllii Irs. All creditors of said for testing eves. Prescription (Written for tho INTERIOR JOURNAL was thore I haw my first Thongjrlvlnjr." Is manifested. specially ground and fit In frumo of tiny Hank therefore tire hereby untitled to pre 3 d'blliiad.T3.a oiay s &M.A S"rt THE END. by B. B.) Order sent their clnlmxngnliist Mild Hnuk for pay iunpleH, from Tho young folks contemplate organ-lzl- metnl selected Will dill nt your place of filled. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) a literary coclety this wlntor. promptlynr residence without extra charge ment. WAR ECHOES. buMnesm J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier IX ADV.VNCJ; 3 PlfiK. YK-.Vl- i We know of no more pleasant or prollt- - If reoulred. Address L. O. POWKI.fi. Opti CHAPTER II. Ky., or cull nt cian, llo 57, Hintonrlllii, Tho Lincoln County Rational Hunk, .f Tho transport Mississippi has sailed able pastime for tho long winter When not aorutdsna.SO will e charged, Adtunv Drug More. Stanford, Ky., Im MicoeediMl tho Purinem EULALIE'S SECOND VISIT TO NELLIE from Santiago to Ponce to bring home Hank & Trust Co.. of Stanford, Ky., und Iihh UsHii'nud all It liabilities. usots and Mrs. Moss prepared a nice basket of tho 1st Kentucky infantry. Mrs. D. G. Slaughter is much im! entire ltislms. everything: pood for Nollto Brant and Under Spanish rulo tho duty on qui- proved. F. W. Dllllon remains- about S. II. SHANKS, President. l Grandma North. Indeed after the nine in Cuba and Port Rico was $13.50 tho same. W. F. Furr, a Garrard J It. OWSLEY, Cannier. basket was filled she would stick an pound. It will now bo admitted free. merchant, spent several days this week All Taxes uro due iind must TIME ClfiD orange here, an apple and banana there A riot was barely averted at Chat- with K. Buchanan and Mr. until all the crevices were filled. She tanooga when a Necro lieutenant kickMrs. J. F. Holdam Is vlsll- - be paid at once or property KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Louisville. Ky., was gettinp ready to carry It, when ed a couple of white soldiers for refus- frlcndd hero. Miss Annio Austin, of will be advertised for bale at bright and beaming, camo into ing to salute him. Eulalicv Garrard, is tho guest of Miss Li.ilo No. 5 Arrrlvcsat Stanford at 1:0S a. m. Court. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN '2:10 A. M. No. I Leaves Stanford at Miss Jessie Schley has written a let- Bcazley. Dr. Cooper, of Livingston, December the room with her arms full of bundles Rowland t 12:00 da v. No. 21 Arrives at . S. M. OWENS, Sheriff. and asked to accompany her mother. ter telling how her unaided elTorts was with Uedd this week. Dr. No. 2! Learn Stanford at - 3:40 l M. tho Robert llodd, of Montana, loft here Mrs. Moss had John bring the cart to brought about , peace between The LmlioH I'estituraut is the finest in HOME, the city. Every convenience for ladies the door, in which she placed a bed and United Stales and Spain. this week to visit his sister. Mrs. Coop- A KNOXVILLE DIVISION. spending the tiny in the city, In n crash betweoa three unruly er, ar Livingston. I von Fish was here comforts and several useful presents, POR sALE PRIVATELY. Qcutluneu's Cnfe on olllce floor, ,.12 37 p in and together they set out telling Johu Filipinos and American soldiers, Sergt. .......... week. last Ko. 24 Train going NortU .. 2 41 am I offer for wilo my house, mid lot of 4 sol" " " No. 23 A Price was killed and three other ..12 4.1 n in to mind the house a few hours. THOMAS A. MULLICAN. outh " nr rtt and I I)! hi land, lying one mile Ho, js " ,. J4 l in middle-age- d .V CotTey' ' gentleman overtook them, diers wounded, one native being killed from MeKlnnev on tho Ko.CJ " AEE YOU A DEMOCRAT? Mnnnger. Mill pike. Duelllnsr gmxluiid outbuilding FornlllPolnt. asking if ho was on tho right road to before tho party was arrested. j. HiinlclunU For termi apply to me on the Mu?ic Tiicid.iv, Tatirtiliy nml Sunday 1 RO'JOH TICKETS SOI.l. An old ndago reads: "Thcro In a jdnce promises, or to John F. Cnh t Turner.-vlllTho entire 0th Virginia Infantry (colthe home of Mrs. Brant. The little Kvcnin'. RAGGAOE CHECKED THROUGH. party arrived at tho hut at the same ored) Is disarmed and under arrest at for everything," and for everything to bo MRS. LFCV LEWIS. enquire o In Us place, For any Information time, and tho stranger alighting assist- Camp Macon, Ga. Tho regiment had should find athe LOUISVILLE DISPATrn place In tho homo of every JOE S. RICE, Agent, of DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. Tho ed Mrs. Moss and Eulalle to the door set out for Macon to take possession Stanford, Kj. Dispatch Is tho people's paper, owned by with their bundles. Grandma Brant or kill the white provost guards. I will ell privately tnv horr.r cs DativUi.. opened the door, smiling sweotly to the The body of Charles D. Jacob, Jr., the people, and is always ready to fight pike, l'i mllfH from Stanford. Contain FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. for tho cause, 12S ncrtH. Ix ladles, and eyeing tlio gentleman over who was killed In tho assault upon San SQUARELY of tho people. IT STANDS nicest places well Improved mid one of the Orvcnberry about town. ON THE CHICAOO PLATS r. M., her glasses, stood waiting for him to and i Juan hill, nt Santiago, reached Louis FORM, without tho aid or consent of tho aright, Stnttford, K. Trains leaTo Frankfort at fi:S0 a.m.C. and reach-le- x A with C onnettlns at Oeoojetoirii 5:10 v. M. Leare I arls tell his business. Nellie was weaker ville Saturday and was buried Sunday Gold Dug Monopolies, and a fair compar8:40 a. m. and Tarli at than usual, and Mrs. Moss noticed how from Christ Church Cathedral. An ison of Its news service (now being furtown with Q. A C. and reaching Irankibrt at 11:53 leased much weaker she was than on her ltibt immense cortege followed it to Cavo nished overChicago wire by tho New York 'nd7!25osEPll R. NEWTON. A. O. V. A. Sun, tho Inter Ocean and thfl Of No. Ml Fourth ,W . visit. Eulalle presented her lunch and Hill cemetery. Northern Press Association) with that of HROOKLYN. - presents. Soon Mrs. Moss had the bed Gen. Thomas N. Bossor, of the vo- any other paper, will fully verify Its QUEEN & CRESCENT. arranged and she and Eulalle put Nel- lunteer army, who was a brilliant and Motto, "If you see It In tho Dispatch It's Wllllienttho lie upon It, dressed her In u neat wrap- dashing Confederate cavalry ofllccr, so, and If It's co It is always In the Dis- Myers House, Stanford, on Tues: Trains pass Junction City as follows: patch." 4 .... 12 02 N. South ......1149 p m No. 2 North ..... 3 11pm per and pfaclng a small table they had has been offered the position of. saniTho Dispatch also has n staff of over day, Nov. 29, 1898, 41 a ra am "4 " K9.8 " Co., ISIpm brought, near the bed, soon had the tary inspector for Cuba, to succeed tho 300 active correspondents in the South, and 1118am " 6 " Ko. 5 " " . 600am Thanksgiving eatables temptingly ar8 05pm Returning one day In each mouth. "10 Ko. 9 " Col. Waring, and will probably will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE lato KOUNEJICD 1HOO, No. does not stop. No 2 stops only for pent. te ranged upon a cloth. accept. Ho Is from Hanover county, THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS Eyes Zxamlsei acd 0h::cs .Scleatlfically Kers from South of Somerset. 9 anil 10 run uo of any other Loulsvlllo paper. Get tho than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Som(62) 'Dearest friend," said Nellie, as she Va. Aijustoi. erset. If Dr. Norwood's testimony beforo Dispatch: It gives tho news and tells the , took Mrs. Moss' hand, "What would truth about It. grandma or I have done without you? the war Investigating committee Is to Dally, 8 pages: Sunday, 21 pages; Week6 STANFORD, KY Gad will reward you for all your good- bo taken seriously, the convalescent ly. 8 pages. Wo club with tho Weekly soldiers at Montauk Point killed them- Dispatch at the remarkably low prlco of Haw ness to us." TWO DOLLARS AND I'lr-TOEM. Wo Siavo pited our lands mid horeliy "He has rewarded me already," she selves by too liberal allowances of warn nil putMiiis from truiH.liiC on thi'in said. "He has blessed my child by see champagne, turkey, quail, pate fois for nny ptirpmu whatever, tiinlor jH'imlty of THE BEST PLASTER. the law provided In Mich 'iw. ing you so grateful, so cheerful, even in gras and other dollcacles thoy wero T. I). NP.WLA.NI). A piece of llannel dampened with S. II. RAt'OllMAN, pain and poverty. She has begun a new hitherto unaccustomed to. Louisville RAl'OHMAN, A. M. PKNCK. Dispatch. Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound J. W. PATTRR-Olife this day and I thank God for it." M. S. RAt'OllMAN. K. E. Tho smallest number of soldiers esti- on to tho affected parti is superior to i). II SHANKS. .MRS. V. UUIMKS. Grandma was still at the gate with .1. II. Illtl'Ci:. mated us necessary to hold tho Philip- any plaster. When troubled with u J. K LYNN. Stanford, Kv., tho stranger. V M. WARK, pines is 30,000, which would cost for pain in tho chest or Bide, or a lame J. II. McKl.NNKY. J. S. OWSI.KY. R. A.M. KIILA.M), ".Mrs. Moss," said Nellie, "I had such Made from pure pay, subsistence and transporta- back, give It a trial. You are certain hlN Aiwi a plain dream last night, I thought poor their cream of tartar. tion not less than $1.".000,000 a year. to be more than pleased with the old grandma was dead, and I was left naval force, the entirely alone, when you came to me Then throw in thoimprovements, and prompt relief which It afford. Pain Is hereby glen to nil person holding Linthu civil list and Balm Is also a certain cure for rheum- coln County Honds of series sss, s,iit, s. to Goods Wan anted. and said you would fill her place. I wesuind in a fair way to mako tho atism. For salo by Craig it Ilocker, present miiiiu to the uuderliuHl t'oiumlt-te- o thought I was so grieved about grandma Fit Guaranteed. for tuyruont. TliN Ofiolmr 17. l"l. , fully up to Druggists. JAS. P. RA1I.KY. toat I walked about this room looking cost of these islands a year. Give Him a Call. ur.o. ii. roopint, at her chair, her specs, her clothes, IIAHVrVIIKLM, "8iniiiiis No. It. I w A 1 D V rtm when suddenly papa came to me, saying ('oinmlttee. Alum baton? powders are the greatest lu Naiiiurit and Its The Havana Limited. The first IJAI r T'dalrr meaacers to health of the present day. he had brought mamma to love me. Oh, American railway to announco train tiitmrln. aiKl wlIl glid In ftiriil.lt UhmqwIiIi Onlrra hare NATIONAL BANK I am afraid grandma will soon have to service for the especial benefit of travel milk who rewireto buy attentionlett with J. II. Mrler will prompt POWSf BOYU CO., WtW VOBX. J It ClMH.Msi'll. go. OF hTANKOKO, KY. to tho West Indies has been heard . This was the first time Mrs. Moss had from. Tho Queen it Crescent Route Q2ASS KUaSSSISS. FALL '93. 3LU2 ! ever seen Nellie give vent to her feel- are announcing a fast train known as TI.plUl St::k 1100,090. Surplci, $15.70 Kvorvthlnjc for Orehnrd. Lawn nod ings and she was at u loss for words of tho "Florida and Havana Limited." MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Prult und OriiutnentMl Trees, .xiruls, Attfnllonol thf iHit.llr I. caiIm to the fact that comfort. Finally taking Nellie's hands It will go Into service from Cincinnati Notice U horeliy plven to Oioms holdl' Roses, Vim, Smnll PrulU. Rhulisrl. Aspar- thta la thaonlr National HatU in Manford. I'd : h she told her of God's ever watchful to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobllo elultns ncnltist tho ctnto of Wllllum Hud- agus and all tHk grown In nurnrhw. Jer the (irotHlum ol tbf NatloiMl liank Act dle, dee'd, to present tlmiii piowMr d?poltor arewsrurr.1 not did y by tlicital alock, reasonahle us we employ imi n(uiits. Newly furnished; clean beds: splendFil caro and added: "lie will never forsake and New Orleans. This exponent of to me nt onro. Parties oftltig Mit vertllud Uitbythf iiiKkhul liahtlttjr (or an amount estate nptMhiitloii to 'JutHlortivon the Porters Nellie." Grandma now entered the tho genuino American idea of getting lire requested to Kettle with me wltlHMit tablo. Everything futlut drfawliMavf this lutlltu. II. 1" lUI.LKNMKYnc. tiuii am Hsrurtsl I17 a fuvnl ol J .,( SO R. L. IIUIKLK. meet all trains. I.eMnpton. Kj . ialpiwnlad lha rMii1lllHin thr IWhk,Kite worn Telephone J7. tH room, and going straight up to Nellie's Into the Held early will be a complete mrMiJ, f Wllllum Hutiole. well yrar to thi Cnllnl Sl( tiuTrnuMiul and lu ; bed, she said: service, with diners, obserat UIsl tliur Uy KuTrinuirnt vcstibuled nvtaarriamlRnl A. S. aavnlt, thu reuiliit.IJitkHtal and jstlrrt aattt "My child, God has at last given us a vation curs, wide vcstibuled, electric ! to drispultwa. (Thanksgiving." Opening the door the headlights, and all tho paraphernalia Thlli,ttutlrinrMnally wtabll.eJ at xbt lr. UJnrgeon fssll IUhV M Stanfurd In 14". t !. rftuUsi iu stranger was admitted, and in a mo- of the modern railroad train. It Is Dentist, the Nallnai Hank Mfciaulwd In Iihsa tiuliiiiii & rroraanlusl at th Itrtl Nattonal IU11V of SUnhird I will ment he knelt at the side of his child, chielly to bo marked as being first In Il:ivtn? ilrtvrmlnpd to chatty my lntlm.,IssKirr, HOMEOPATHIOJPHYSIOIAN In lti2. hat had iratlk-llauHtiliiterruMc-- i at iHihlic aiuil.in. If imt hI1 iiritatplr Ky SURGEON, for it was her father, and there fcobbed the field for tho new territory which Is In Itont of thenriirl-htmsIn Slaiifonl. on Men. finfrMjiMr. It la (.mint pruAptly iw eiltit. fHr ti.pltt.l and lilt. County larllltlM for traiiwf llni my l'arm of nlrttirl i n1 tn i nA ilsA tn j mnHnc just coming under the protection of daf, lrc. 12,llHM, wen 0urt Day,lin ix room t Frallythan.Trr """ uu" " il Ut aul tumorablt - SIOArres. Offlcoorer McRoberts" Drug Store In theKOwsley uunici earpr. Arrmoitil4rrln ! mork UiiHding. of ItxilTMualt, Cdulatli,Drui m permitting him again to see his dur- - the greatest Hag on earth. Train will lirlck (lurlllnir, two pkmI tulacrn liarc., outlioiiM's. arm l mHI watrrisl, am inuiTiauaiitoiiEiini. ling child alive. Mrs. Moss and Eulalle make fast time to ports named aml'wUl barn and otlirr hvrstflll lVr, in emu I nolRlilr-hoiw- i Ofllcpover Hlgglo & MeKlnnev's Store mile from Irea niMicToat iwlijh. Kor and convenient t tliurili-nu- il K. Ilrld, Utiroln Co.: Jv . left the house quietly, and were over- - connect with line steamer service to (nrlliiT iiiformatloii call on or adilrvss J. V. IUt.1h, Stauford H. T. llarrlt, S. 11 lUujhiuau, joyed at the return of Nellle'o father. various ports In Cuba, Porto Rico and 7td llllill SKAKOKNT, Walnut Hat, Ky. J H. llocler, " T l. Hill, V j In a few days V. A Tril.hlr, Walton ' " Mr. Brant called at the Jamaica. It marks a new era In railJ HColllT.Cral.Orcird M.J Mlllvr, MUVrrntc I) Kluioif, aunfoi.l. home of Mrs. Moss to thank her for her roading in thisco.ntry. M, Unclortalcer, great care of his mother and child. He orricaav Kustonvillo, - - - Kentucky J S. Huikrr, I'rrtldfiit; J J .MrlUiWrl Having Mild my farm I will Cathlt A SURE SIGN OF CROU P. had beec miraculously saved from the A i MrKliiury,A..iiill'j,,' .'r Uiwln , wreck, Often hUcnrltaato lliv "H and picked up by a steamer Nov. 24, Uoarecness In a child that Is subject On and Cacy cwuntli-a- . Full Uk1c of ( offlmand Cm bound for Australia. He was very sick to croup is a sure indication of tho ap- Sell to the highest Ml'iUt on the fnrm one vtaalwarsoii hand.Manager. Ofllco over mucins & McKlnnov's Store, Si U.S. CariK'iitir. Solicits u share of tho patronage of the com for a long time and was in a second proach of the disease. If Chamberlain's tulle North of tho Hniilut; i'ork Ilrldii, on SO wreck before his ra unity. ship reached port. Cough Remedy is given as soon a the tho Stanford .t Hustoiivllle Turnpike, the the followltiK pr)M.Ttv, ti wit: Ho wrote home after a long absenco child becomes hoarse, or oven after the nni'v r dp mi p on: ovomi One pnlr Work Slides. 2 Combined M.ires. 1V but could never gel a reply. He de- croupy cough has appeared, It will pre- t und J veur-- , old, fat Hots. T9 Kwos niid 11 n u 11 Vo nre In the trade with I'ulli ilriiiu'hiiiii: 2 Rucks, t Jersey Rull. - Jersey Holfer termined to stay away till good fortune vent the attack. Many mothers who Calves Horse. .stacks mixed other pood C0.1U. Also Hh. Cirn. Oat. smiled upon his labors and now with have croupy children! always keep Hay, lot of Corn, Sugar Curie mid I'oddtir. Shliotuir, l'lour. Ac. Wo also handle llclek PKNF.ntATI Komember o take 1'arm abundant wealth ho had returned, this remedy at hand and iind that it ulxiut 1,800 lls of Tolmceo In the Imnd atiil S11111I.exchange. Prompt delivery and In I.J00 Tilmoco Stleks. 10 Stands of lle'ts In GREAT STATES yy traced up his family and was never to saves them much trouble and worry. thrifty condition, and iirwiy other nrtIolen. attention to nil orders. Ulllfo and scales EIGHT el. w No. II. leave them again. In a short time he Other'stiK'k utll liu ollerod for blu at the near I. A N. deiMit. Teluslione A. I'I'.NCi:. Kentucky, Tonnossee, Virginia, Georgia I'KIUMN It can always be depended upon and is same time purchased a farm, built a handsome North and South Carollua, P. S. Wo 11U carry Setting Mnelilnes. plensant to taKo. i or saio oy uraig x Terms made known 011 dn of mle. Altib:tmn, MNhUslppl. do nil kinds of 1'artH and AtUiehmunts-aiiresidence, when to his astonishment, his Ilocker, Druggists, Stanford. JOHN IIAII.KV. 8t W repairing. , tile daughter refused to go to It. "I think," said irrandma, laughing; "Nclllo wants you to furnish hera mothlletnoen Loulsvlllo nnt1 Hit' South. 'EULALIE'S FIRST THANKSGIV-ING.- " NOTICE. dan ni uve-nlng- s. !gjplf aralM,- - TO TAXPAYERS LOUISVILLE HOTEL C.-A- ;001 LITTLE 1 e. Nice Home For Sale. FIRE INSURHNDE DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, , Insurance Company OF FHMNIX oi Scotland. Louisville. Kentucky, Caledonian Insurance 1 1 fun-th- er snow-whi- I R. B. MAHONY, Agt H. C. RUPLEY, RoVal against alum BAKIInO H POSTED. m a Baking Powder Safeguards the food The Merchant Tailor, Full I NOTICE. Is Receiving Vixiter Goods. $70,-000,0- n wa-o- ii Fruits, Flowers, Shade! Oar-de- FIRST Mason Hotel 6rst-clns- s. NOTICE n. Iincaster Kentucky. I'rl-ci- de-la- v. Hik-I- 71-- U Kxei-utoro- PRICE, AWA FARM FOR SALE o DR. R. M. PH6LPS, Kentucky. rjyy n-- l'""u "a """ CT 1 Stmifortl, 1 DR, vv. CARTER, 1 PUBLIC SffLE. J. T. SXJTTOBT, 'w' Dentist, Stan lord, Ky. Thursday, '98. Soutnem Railway 1 1 J.G.cGIjAY -- NOTICE. c 1 I'io-duc- ts 1 Through Sleeping, Cars er." "I have already settled that point satisfactorily I think," said Mr. Brant "and Mrs. Moss has accepted tho position. How does that suit mv little piri?" And Dealer in Nellie's lips moved silently In nraver SAENE33, SADDLERY, &C. tor answer. The ucxt spring Mrs. Moss became a oride and Eulalle and Nellie STANFORD, KY. accompanied them on their bridal tour, for skilful surgeons had dono much to relievo her infirmity and a huppier homo than theirs would bo hnrdtollnd. But all the wealth that came never diminished Nellie's devotions to God or caused Eulalie to rake less interest in searching out the blessings promised those who llvo near Him. She married a man of wealth and Aunt Nellie tells COSiIMgPwromr,jjjaTMjnjii of how she cured their mother of the " 'T blues, to Eulallo's little girl and boy. Thea they go to the orchard, sit by grandma's grave and praise her many Route to (rood deeds and Aunt Nclllo touches them the prayers grandma taught her. God is over present in this family and they are better able every year to pay tithes to film who glveth tho increase. Mrs. Brant continues to visit her charges, and Is better able to supply their needs, and she and Nellie often th! H"le bUt w1,l,,,ch the? Vev Frank J. Reed. Gen. Pass. Agt., In lts PrlmU,V0 fqualldness. for Nclllo E. H. Racon, Dis. Pass Act. says it recalls tho talks sho bad with W.'.II. McDoel, & Gen Mgr Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr grandma, and sho feels more like pray- - TODSJ&TAKER! Brown Wagons, Timothy and Clover Hay, riiKi;i: Each wuy between daily trains loulsvlllo nod Lexington I I I W. A. TL'ltK, O. P A.. Washington, I). C. W. H. TAYLOR, A. O. P. A, A LouUvllle. K Buoards, TJ". Spring Wagons, Gk. v -- - .iiJM 1 ! mJBm - 1 .R3. - "Big Four Route' Best line to and from TAKE THE rS Vehicles of All Kinds. ID. BRIGHT. ! Toledo and Detroit. All points fa Michigan, OUICK of medicines Water Bottle. is Itlil.IEF From troublesome pains without the ntd often nirbrded by the jlfot In our Rubber Goods nnd CHICAGO. White Cily Special. Best Terminal Station, T f 1 -- m The Popular CHICAGO. Vicp-Pre- s. iai Corn Harvesters, At Ten Per Cent. I LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, ower Than Anybody. Toilet Article Department will be found a full assortment of theso and other useful articles. We may mention ns being ser- ST. X.OXJ1S Avoiding the Tunnel. BOSTON. Wagner Sleoping viceable at any time, Fountain .Syringes, llot Wntcr Bottleg, Ice Bags, Air Cash ions, Ilubbor Gloves, Etc. Buffet Car. NEW TTORK. Parlor Care. Wngnor Sleoplng Care Private. Compartment Cars, Coaches nnd Dining Cars. Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUK, Eo-egant Disc Harrows, See Us Beforo You Buy. I These uro made of the best quality rubber and will prove to be very durable. B. K. WEAREN SOiV. Penny's Drug Store. Pass. Traffic Mgr. Gpn. Pass. 4Tkt. Art ' .CINCINNATI. O. k. o. Mccormick, d. b. martin, ik t w j 'V-- J