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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 3, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899100301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 3, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $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 " SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVU1. HEWS .... Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. ICY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8. HUSTONVILLE. - IS!)!), 10 A. M. NO. 02 OF THE VJCINWE. UiriCASTER. v, If J N C , I 1 I Dr. J. C. i."ici iri.ni. UPirn at VA Wliiblnr tcilk The cmrlof claims will conveno III iUlllliewii .J u dnt.tfriwr Hi Tuoday. u iirlL'hlwr Thomas Cotton',, " 1", G. Hrown I James UumoU'i. tick of fever, and O. I , named While. ' or '" HlHrfllHNW I IU P Tillti llwiaervuiy III. 'r' Va mlnnr. was kllltd tr Lnivln,. till .in...h.... . .. ..!... "'"" Till" JIimiio flotsjl w'll ti AtTered for " " by fulltnif Halo In the Mnnchwlor i unncu ma lucn ui isnyiNj our town. silo Oct. 2il, If not sold sooner. . . inlnon nt I'lttshtinr. . N .1. Cono Hold to Henry (iiirtcti, n( Hon. II. IL ToinllniHin will at'iid James M. Thompson, a well to da Marlon, a nTn, LJ B ni.iro mule colt for 4SS find to ciiriat lPirroUburif tnis weul.. werlc near LI Hockcastlo farmer, died iail It ' U tsu J D. O. Atlen 27 fat hog at :S.i6, Hiinley Singleton hu opened u IaitoI (Jreoii, aged "0. Caldivoll ft Linlcr have tho lurgest noar hi realdsneo on Li.xti,-twill Il I expected that O.'-of Avcniii!. at Middles-lioroo- n tl'Kik shoes, hat, gent's furnishing hear Senator Goobol good, trunk nnd valise oarrUd In The lliptlw are preparing to bun," Ail rei If - nut antllll. He vays ln nlll nrve r Im rontinted until lie gits a ehrinco nt Oct. Cth, which In tho first day thl country, that they ellai ruck i pirsonago batweeo the church nnd h.i our flno a'rny of of thi) fair. price. former homa of Judge Ilniiii.,d on Illehnrd Carroll, who wan for years Dr. W. H. Penny Is cujjylng it nlco Ulchmond Avenue. jroneral tniinaifor of tho Queen & Cres-reprantice. proving her-e- lf Ciiltlwsll & Liiiler.JJDitivll!.', if , railway, died suddenly of heart largo enough to keep two ciuntuts the lurgesl llni. of tlioes, Imtr, ' failure In Cincinnati. busy. Dr. Owen S. William I tho s, ,t (ruok and vails. Mn. Mary Ann Land, nn n(,vd wom- other D. D. S. Irnl Kentucky. Sto iboui und and an of Estill county, wa "hot Lt. It. M. Shearer got four recruit MlS-iliMPNKFKE. fatally wounded by an unknown hero three from Casey and ono from money. Tho olhVur of tho ChrlsiUn cIiiiicj object, It I. believed, wm Lincoln nnd man, whoso darted them to Port hnvc voKMl to letalu Kid. C. K Powell robbery. Thomas Saturday. Thoy will do ser- for another year. This l the pr i Kit Taylor, a young man. of nenr vice In thu Philippine. course, us he il un able nnd a wot' Dora, Clay county, wm found dead by A suited before Hotol Wealherford I'on't buy until you sr c us. tho road In front of hi house by hi I undergoing repairs. Il would take a mlnlstur. Hon. Letebur Owsley I doing vu . futber. How ho met his death U not inonstrou Qno corps of carentcr to blc work for tho democratic tlcke' l known, but n bullet hole was In hlsi umko thu exterior present an nppear-un- ce seaklng'ul vurlon (Mint. He I p ' i mouth. In correspondence with the splcn on tho Issues of tho day and knows i, The Jury failed U) airrco In tho eao did tuolu thi hottolry sets. to present them In u logloul; nnd ! r leader tried of W. C. Ptircull. tho lalwr "Grandma" Wilson died al Hutchcr-Uijv- n, ble inanuor & at London, for persuading coal minor just over tho Casey line', thu Our pros peon for tho railroid Hre n contract and ro on a strike, other day, aged 00. Dropsy, from which to break brighter each d.ty und our new bi I Four similar cases arc ondlnjr afalnut eho bad been"a sulTorer for ycurs, was are neirlng completion, wh 'h wnl 1'urcoll. the oauo. Several children are left to mttkc thi n suitable Kilni for tho rid Mollanruo,. an old and mourn the saintly old mother. Unclo Alex MT 2 of u division, thus doubling our imputaW Ki hli?hlv reniected cltlxen llvlnj near Tho West Knd Is getting In better tion In a short time "4 !? . i thi place, wa found dead In tho Hold slmpo olitlcally. There are few (ioobol Judge George Denny will snoai: here ho had boon at work! bolter anil If Thursday, whoro there Is n democrat in next Friday, (lib, at 1 i M., In the Undo Alex, a ho wa familiarly palled, this whole section, who will not support tho republican Stato tlcke' I was about fcO year old and very fceblo Mr. North, we do not know him. Our went to school with him and I am sorry Cor bin New. peoplu uro still lulklng about Letcher to sco him advocating such rotten and Kcvenuo Olllcer Ilandall and olght Owsley's sccch, which must have been Mi LU ILLK MKNKFKK. untonablo doctrines. deputies In an extenalru raid through a gem. Whllo starling from tho graded und I'lko ooun-tl- e, Thi ourjr of whom tuthor Perry, Knott, Letcher Tho family of Squire L. H. Adums school on Friday, Miss Vlrgle ConnV poor p i" Ky ; Lopan county, V. Va , and in s appear uhove, because havo been notllled of tho death of his horse became frightened, and, running thu idiotographs w, re not good, ure Wlso county, Vu., destroyed eight largo son, Ccorgo 15. Adums, which occurred toward to tho public tquarc. struck a 2,000 gallon of beer and dauehtorn of Mayor nnd Mrs. John N. dltltllorlc and al Greenville, Texas, Friday, of bruin wagon, throwing her out, breaking n Minefft und ure not only lmndxorce 200 gallon of whlaky. & fever. Ho wus 1(1 year old, a devout rib and Inflicting other bruise. and styll-- h lu appeitrjnee, but highly Miss Addle Clark, a Madison countv Prof II. P. Kvans ha his dlecbargo deserving in nvery whv. Not desiring examining trial member of, tho Presbyterian church school teacher, at her nnd a most excellent man. A wlfo, who from the regulur array, dated Nov. 1, to bo droues In thu busv hlvi1 of the wa triumphantly acquitted of tho chargo of cruelly punishing onu of her was Mix Jennie Page, formerly of lSsS. signed by Col. O. S. Otis, then world ibey set out l.vt ear to make THE colonel of tho 20th Infantry. Mr. Kvans Ihelr own living, leuving un excellent Huslonvllle, und several children pupils. Mr. David Perkins, who followed the flag ranny mile, made n home ami good parents, who much preMl Clark with a knife, wa ! Helen Conway and son left last good soldier nnd is a good democrat. ferred to hvn ihem remain with thera put under $100 bond for ilx month tol Mrs. week for tholr homo In Wichita, KanTho colored men had n tic ha to hero Thoy tectircd Is now open with their full lino of In us teachers keep tho peace. child of Mr. sas, und Grandpa Samuel Held 1 dis- on tho benefit of water works to them tho Cedar Springs, S. C, Institute for O While a CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURof Wash us n race. Whllo a low of them aro the Dcuf and Hlind, the State establish John P. Owen, South of town, wan consolate. Mr. Josh Stone, NISHING GOODS. ington City, was hero Saturday return- opposed to tho enterprise, when they ment for thojo unfortunates, and playing near an open flrc, lait Wednesing from a visit to his parents al Liber- learn that It will cost them but little made, Wo aro moro thun pleased to havo you tberoselvei to lndlenFul)lu day night. It clothing caught on flrc, ty. Will S. Stono accompanied him und open up a field of lalwrln factories, that tbey wcro engaged for another and before tho tlame wcro cxllngul. 0CT0BER-5th- , 6th AND 7th. C02ttl OUR MUhc Anna Held and Lou they will act wisely and vote for water. session und lust night left to resume ed tho llttlo one wa o, horribly burn- Ibis far. Hocker have been visiting friend lo Prof .1 II, Patterson has engaged tholr duties. Mls Uesslu wns educated Will have all ot the usual Knlr fetituret Wo taLe great pleasure In showing you our ed about tho lower limb and body,lbat h'oods und our tho Hon. Alf Taylor to dollvor his at Lynnlaui College, riiirdln county, nd a lurKo slice" nt World's I'alr illdwny It died Thunday. Somerset Paragon. Danville. J. II. Myers, of tho Mllledgovlllo famous lecture. "Poetry and Pearls," and ulterwardh graduated In tho Mc l'lsisancn attractions. VERY LOW PRICES In an eating match In Armory Hall, It ito from all Millions nn tho h. & N. K Culpcppcr-Shu-uIn tho courthouso about Not. 10, benefit Cowen Oral School ut Chicago. Miss It. will bo ono fare for rund trip. Harrodsbur,-- , to which over 200 pcoplu section, tells us that Cotno to co us lxfore butlnj; eUcwliero and College, ut Lebanon, Mo., wa de of Ln net brer non School. Ho Is ono Lucille A. M. KISXAHID, Fxcitrrtnv. convince yourself. We ulini)s remain yours tad an admission fco of 15c, Harry stroyed a few days ago by tiro. The of tho greatest lecturers of tho age und College, is a graduate of Georgetown where she won the honors of May won over Pester Dcbaun. In tho 3,000 without a dollars' hi humor und patboj aro highly PUBLIC bA'-- E OP 1 her ulttts. They are lovely young lad 03 minutes ho swallowed four bowl loslsover Mr. Shannon Is n stepson and wo are glnd to lourn that tbey ure soup of ono ouml each, flvo lusurunco. of oyster Prof. J. H. Patterson has reported to highly appreciated in tholr tempo-rr- y pound each! of Mr. Myers and he, with Mr. Culpep plate of chicken, ono-hLook for our big sign. home, iioundeneh per, bought tho college last spring. thu school superintendent thai tho two plate of ham, one-ha- lf of Montgomery's history of V. pound of bread. Tho Orland Heck und H. T. Ilanoy, of this nnd one-h- alf MATRJMfMAnERS. SRST NATIONAL BANK county, were students there. S. aro selling It hero a $1 and In Itdl-un- a prize wa Our pcoplu regret very much that nt 0.'i cents, In violation of u bond Cincinnati Southern ha been Tho Wllllan A. Collcy, cashier of the On OKSTANFdKI), KY. tuken out of the band of Kocolvcr S. Mr. C. C. VanArsdalo and family uro for.110,000 to Insure uniform prices. Bank of Columbia, will bo married Oct soon to le.tvo us for Mercer county Suit will be brought for that amount, IWlntdiMat lOo'clMt. A. ., I will wll all of my CaplUl Stock M. I'uluni and Is now being conducted 8100,000. Surplw, 8IT.6S3 51 11 to Miss Pannlo HarrUon, of Ashley, Omiwsn'1 Iisi'lMii'tiKsi lln)llvl llrs.ti mllM from ftoufordoa IhetltelmJln,- U Djavlllt, by It owner. It I regarded us settled where ho has traded for property. Mr. uuu, u recovcreu, il will go to our III. Tbla liutliutlou orlslually establUhed a the euciUtin(Of that there will bo no ehangu nt all In Henry It. Carpenter nnd family will county school fund. John Power, of Freemont, Ind., Bank of Mussrs. T. U. Koblneon, II. L. the working management of the road likely go to Cincinnati, whllo John W. YEARLING CATTLE, the NationalStanford in l&M, then reorganized a broke the record by msrrjlng three Hank ofStanlord In 1S6S andaj&lD T. A. Klkln and J. A Ounisido times before ho bceimo of ugo and all men now In etiurgo aro of Mr. Dryound family contemplato making Tho Wflihliif fruni 000 to TOO uud, Folloh's selection, and tliulr ettlclency Mercer county their home. Hustonvlllo wetit to Ulchmond lo hear Gov. Gocbel of his wives aro living. Two have se eorganlzed at too Tint Natlontl Uwk of, Stanford 111 atford to losothrrosuch splendid nnd Senator Hlaukburn. Marriage liJCZCSEY ha been shown In tho conduct of thu can cured divorces from the murrjlng 3C.OT gentlemen und their excellent fumllles. censes woro Issued lart weok to Curl In 1882, has bad practically an uninterrupted road. youngster. uui.iwhi in Dim A .1. P C. n lot of lilfrs Ibat Iwlrmli It years. It i better tuilled now wltL J, M. Huddlcston wa Indicted .for Dr. Alcoru Is Improving hi residence Adams uud MUs Sarah Hatty, and to Henry Jones, ugod K, nnd Mrs. Kora aremldnt In rfKtlry,uieCowttliat will Norciu-lr- ; the month and Geo. Sebastian, uged OS, und Miss Har- Smith, 07, weru luurriudat West Point, hy tliKintJillooflull How Tiullk. olutra In receiving Btolen proerty, and lacllltlca for trauuctln buiincaa promptly and lib. all tww tn by uddlug u two story ell. Spulnbower, aged 58. Mare hy ultall, In foal M Hw llelli; Prowltt and J. S. Huddleston, tho til O. The groom hud boon married four II C Haughmuti bad bis arm thrown riet jrruiu erallytbaudTtrU'foicIn lt long and bouorablt lar, Iy Cfcilfan, dam by Sultau; 1m byli On Friday whllu on tho 3rd floor of times previous, und has ulglii children, old Mirhur.1, dam by U. Kill),! leged cattle thieves, ull of Junction out of place Thursduy whllo breaking hy liriiMi, dam by I' 1' tl'ys 1 faury wHiililnnl Mare. tho uow hotel building, Lt. John M. while this is tho bride's third venture. l,t.ItrMiMir and "uiuomiro lu foil to jatK career. Accounta of InJItlduala, nducUrlea.firini City, were Indicted for grand larceny. u joung horse. acd lndlTldjalaaollcltrd. aud !Loji. A lot of o Farm's hat wus penetrated by somo Sbo has Hvcgrowti soiia. '1,'hoy arc In jail and will not bo tried Mr. und Mr. J. P. Ulllu. Mrs. T. L. eiaicTOas. until tho next term. Tho suit of J . C Carpenter, Mrs. M. J. Huffman and hard tubstuncu, which mtido uo incisIn an Interview Bishop Dudley GOOD WORK MULES, 1'. IW.l, Uncoln Co.; FOUR J. W. Hajden, Stauford ion no the top of the head. Thero are Caldwell und Mouto Pox ngalnst tho C Hev. IS. J. Plnkurton will uttund in btrong terms the lux dlvorco Sonis 2 and loins yoarllnjt muln. Two ! thu C. S.T.lIarrli, " new lluckhoard, 6.11. Iiaugbman, " S. It. 11. resulted In u verdict of $107 for W. U. M. convention beldutCInclunatl various conjectures us to what did It. laws of tho United Stntii and says be h r wauiu. nrarly new, l'liurit.n and llaruws I KouJ llluder, J ituod Mow. Some think thai u was u lull, red In tho plaintiff. DutiUllo Advocate T. P. Hill, Kplscopul church, nl its en, ItoiliT, 'i Wheat Drills and a great many ulber J. S. Hocker, " beglnnlug Oct. K). ' practice, somewhere, but, us believes the too numeroua to mention, aoius targut W.P. Walton Tho examining trial of tho men acnoxt general council, will adopt u liuilutenta W. A. Triable, " A crowd ol niim camo down from Cin & KITIE'.I FTONITU2B. cused of thu murder of Deputy Sheriff cinnati one day Pint week and hunted there wcro workmen uround him, It Id canon forbidding Its olorgymcn to mar- HOUSEHOLD J.UCollier.CrabOreb'd M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon Thackor wits held at Manchester Fri- doves with L. M. Held, Doe Dryu and thought it null or a plcca of brick, did ry divorced person. at Ihs lieap, a lot of Kod M. U.Klmore, Stanford. WacreaofCornahucteJ day. Jim und Sol (Jrlllln and t'ddluund other. They klllul very few us they tho work. In 10 years, from 1807 to 187H, thero der, rHior;JltileaofloodlUy. m1i TkRais.--.l- l anus Hud Fryo shot Hurdott White, near were 122,000 divorces In tho Unlto iir.rthHt aniouul aufSlo and iiuder, four lu uai.ii orricsaa. months UauUWu njie, Floyd Clutdwell wore hold to uusMer uro scarce this scuson. 1. 1. MMI.iN. wl'b.rtll ll.tiret. Hryutitsvllle, and tho examining trial States. During tho noxtlOyoars, from T. J.S. AHoikcr, l'rcaldenli J. MtlloUrti, Tathler. without bull. Clntrle Hurnett, Sam Mls.es Jccslo Powell and Kdna I I'. UiiRlUh Auctioneer. A. McICluoey AidiUntCaihlcr. set for today, Tuesday, Doth uro 1877 to 1880, thero woro 200,000 diHampton und Anderson Grlfllu were liuughmnu, of Caldwell College, Dandismissed. There was one exciting ville, spent Saturday unJ Sunday with colored. It appears that somo parties vorces. And now thu sociologists uro incident when u member of the l'hilot their parents hero. Lon Taylor, who weru employed to do detective work on auxlously uwultlng tho returns of the SALE Tha aliulnUlratorof JamcaT. Ibw) will un faction cried out during Attornoy Is telegraph operator al Pittsburg, is unlawful liquor selling, in Battle Kow, next cou-u- s to sco if tho Increase Is Hunsford's speech: "Turn them loose hero on a short vacation. Misses Maudo us Marshal K.,M. Wulkur has urrestcd maintained ut such an alarming rutin. 3, 1899 Sjtu ltoyston, Klten Kvans, It so, tho number will be not fur from and wo will settle It now," Moore und Peurl Johnston, of Danville, Spcncu uud Josh Uuy, Luwls Anderson and Cicero 100,000. Ou lbs prsmtMB occupied by Mm at time, of hU uro tho guests of Mis Amuudit John doalli. near Turners, Ills. Uneolu county, hy..Kll "I wish to express my thanks lo the ston. Louis VauArsdulo, who has ty Umber, ull colored, for that ollento. prony of l public outcry I.UNQ lltltlTATION, counting principally vfa Cjuiplcta at of umuufaultlrorri of Clmtubcrlaln's Colic, phoid fever, Is slowly Improving. Harry Thoro uro 2 warrants und trial will hav-(ti- g Cholera and Diarrhoen Itomedy, for begin toduy, Monduy. This I u move Is thu forerunner to consumption. Dr. Farming Impleaents and Machinery In Camultz continue qulto sick, will euro it, uud escd condition, Uetuohold and Kitchen put on the market such a wonderful In tho right direction und will likely Dell's Baggy, Eurwy ill eld Shoe?, 3 work medicine," mlys W. W. Miwlngill, of COt'llllKUUi YtUH. put oonslderublo money lu the town give such strvugtli to tins lungs Hint a rough or u cold will not settle llieie. Twenty Uvo ISulcs, Horse:, Baled and Stacked Day, lloauniout, Texas. There are many llious-an- d I tufTured S3 ivur with u cough, and treasury. growing Corn, a lot of Wheat, fee., to., alio uf mothers whoso children have been jwnt tiuutlrrd of dollars with doctors un jonUut IVnuy's Drug Store. J 10 Bhirei cf Stoek In national Bank of grved from attacks of dysentery and chol- (or medlcluo to uo urull iTw ST, m uutll I uod lir. (iLOltlUL'S KUWS era Infantum who must alo feclthaukful. Hell's At Llttlo Hook, Ark., Fred I'olton, This remedy l'me from I)r. 1). II. Caritilo, of WaMta, I. T. It Is for sale by Craig & locker. and under, caah In hand; TlBMa, SuuiaofflO llawrlu-ainukea weak lungs strong. It has saved my cured Mra. "four bolllmor l.lectrlo Hitler luu colored, bus been sentenced to 115 OYcr that amouut three luoulha' credit ou secured Ilrwwurof acrolula. whkb had iuuhx) bar sriawutterlng lor yeara. Tsirlble aorta would yeurs In tbu peultoutlury for attempt-o- g Uole..llhlntcr,t touiiUt Unllko Shatter, Dowoy likes now, life. J. II. Koell, Uruutstiurg. III. m,v& break out ou her bwd aud fac. and tha beat da." to astault seven women In that city paper men. Hays he! "I'm tflad to eo torarauld gl no belp; bat her cure iviunleU eieolleut." Tbla (how) wbat In August. In tho tirat raco ttt Gruvcsotd Friday and bur beullb pruted-tb- al u gplcn- any newspaper men. Thoy had thouaauda have Kloitrto Ultten la the That combines beauty and blood purltler kuowu. It's lb luprema nu. did lot of men at Muullu, and no mat-t- Abuso fell and broke his leg uud was boatlor Wlllott, postmaster of Jair.es comfort with conyenlence, is dy ecaeiua. teller, salt ihvuiu, uluvra. bulla and 0 So. 6U Fourth Ate., what I told them, thoy cover mis shot. In tha Stb St. Clair also fall and ruunlng aurea ItatlmulaUa llrei, kldueya aud Washington, D. G uuder tbo lust ou of our well made, easy rid broke a leg uud was killed. Strange to bowela, aiiwla lolaoua,M bela dlgeatlyu bulMa up Clovuland udmlulstratloo, was Instantly log and elegant Surrey. It is quoted or betrayed any confidences. Hi atreugtb. Only bolougcd to tho same liruggUt. (luaranlwd. ituU- bold by IVuDy. unexcelled for workmanship, And there never was u placo that tbey tay both horse killed In that city by falling down an durability aud comfort, and will miUat the of tho new postfllco. would not go wbon tho fighting was ou." man and woro ridden by tho same give more satisfaction fo' genSenator Lindsay refuses to dleouss elevator shaft Jockey. eral family use than other carClyde, belonging to the St. AsapbHolel, Stanford, Wed-nwdathe Kentucky political situation, tay. Tho steamer WIAK KYE AUK aUUK SrUONd, Tho Arkansas Deaf Muto Institute, riage made. We are selling vlalun made clear, tye removed and near Llttlo Hook, wm destroy od by tiro. I OK taut bo bad noiblui; to do with tbo Tennessee Illver Packet Company,sank Oct. 11th, lUm them Cheap and Fait. Friday night 23 tulles below Cairo. The or sore eyes o( any kind eianulaUdllda making of tho three tickets la the live were lost. Riturniwj one day in tach tiumth. effectually cured by tho u of No valued at 30,000. ti;edlly and vessel was It is reported In Wusblngtou that Uulil. Tbo senator seemi to bo out of Sutherland's Eagle Ryu Salve. It' put nu Stanford, Ky. Opp.(Gourt-Hous'or ood ond not uklnjr rauoh Tho town ot Do Queen, Ark., wag Syu Eximlnii'faat QIauitlSclisUflealljr Admiral Dewey will tbl winter marry Ifcr In tubon, and sold on a guarantee, AdjaiUd. destroyed by fire. Loss, 1250,000. I " uuiipeuy.! Widow Of Gen. W. D. Ilazon. thO aale at Peuuy's Drug Store our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. if .......... """"'"""'-' ""'"' I...l.,, "J "'. nak ' I - . ., Ik e earth Be loncjs To V m '47SiPisrLH VL W Li I ! nt 1 fiirnl-hlng- por-lin- pi OVBROOATS, FALL SUITS, ' UNDERWEAR, NOBBY TIES. ' J. L, ". Frohman Co., 'Phone 136, Danville. Rnni Rnnif.Q WWA AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG udii HOCKER. brtr-vh- o. ed last Katelted OuU Middlesboro, Ky. RACKET ST0RL ld Grand& Fair Midway, li- TO STORE. J. -- ed 1 1 al' pub-Ushe- rs Stock, Crop and Far The Racket Store t'. ming Impl Thursday, Cci. stli'99, fjl-o- k. lt Kl-ki- n, 50 OF COVS 1 1 os 1 1 1 11 1 OFPcRSONALTY. )ii Tuesday, Oct. hirnal t lfVvf'llBBBBBBBBtBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBnlBtasH , blUlf 75C Far-nltw- e, o. 1 , A Family 1 1 or I. DR. R. C0LDST61N, Louisville, Carriage - Kentucky, y, ' llU n-e B. K. Wearen k Son, e, Jr .aaaa.ayi wJg .. v, ,jjji vJuVi''y.v : Knn-ri- t In nolr--t of morals and in i everything that goes to makoan honorable, upright clttron, Hon. M. i Ovcrstrcct. Wr.arooffarlug n great bargain In North is tho peer of nny man in the county. Ho Is a memoer 01 tno v,nna-tin- n ladles' S1.M U.tlbrlgg.w union suits at Oct. 3. '899 Phnrnh and neither drinks, chow (1. Severance V Sons. Stanfokd. Ivv.. Trim Wash Dtc Goods Cloaks. Caiws, Show, I.i.IIm' nn.l.Oents' KiirnUlilngs, nor uses profane language His " "Hi run It last CincinI& Udl(Vnn.l Mr" Tin: Good!., Comfort nnd Blanket., Mens am! Hoy.' Clothing. speeches aro such as any lady could next Sun V. P. WALTON. ns ho novor tells n nati excursion of the seaion nt the hear and admlro i" for the round trip. smutty story nor resorts to tho tricks day atil TT Several years ago a court martini of which some speakers aro guilty.r, EGOS. Uowoq VanArsdulo tells us sentenced Capt. Oberlln M. Carter, Ho asks no especial consideration, that his egg ad. has brought him In disfor being a moral man becauso it 500 dozen eggs and thoy aro coming in corps of engineers, U. S. A , to bo missed from tho service of tho United is duty to be, but he does ask con so fast he can't hardly count them. ' States, to suffer ft flno of 83,000, to bo sideration becauso of his democracy oto Norici: to Taxi'Aykks Your taxes confined at hard labor at such place as nn.l hl ilpfnnno of Its principles. m ilun. l'ioase call at my olllco and fivo for him and thus glvo Old Joo Black tho proper nuthorlty may direct for Nettle at onco. Wo aro needing tho Venice Salts for little fellows from Itlc hesvy Fleered llnrd Under years, and the crime, punlshment.nnmo burn nnothcr lift. money badly. S. M. Owens, sheriff. three to eight yearn, coalu hno wear, clrgaiit nua'lty, would be place of abode of tho accused to bo nnd trimmed POUTICJANS AND POLTJCS. clicsp nt 40c, our price 2Dc large iwilor collars,plaid nnd mix-e-Ind published In tho newspapers In and f iiavb rented tho blacksmith shop from light or dark colors, T. IT. noodn'cht. about tho station and tho State of Franklin, nnlnr rav tin shoo and with G. 1'. Ham J.iili.n 81 to S3 DO patterns which tho accused camo or where he lies critically ill at Hussollvlllo, whero sey to run it, feol that I can oiler you tallies Kat IlUck Cutton II two. His offenso was tho usually resides. Iloccc lined, wotth 20o, our prlco Oo good work. Give mo a snare 01 your ho hns boon holding court. I ...11m' fur trimmed Capes, 'JO In. embezzlement of U. S. funds to the Capt. Wyllo Searcy, a distiller with a patronage. J. T. Jones. . long, good values at 11 60, our prlre 98o of over a million of dollar-.amount Men's heavy llcecn llneil Under barrel, was nominated by Anderson l. ON account of tho Elks' fair and Carter had many influential friends, county republicans for representative, wear, sold every where at f I 60 suit. and tho I.. & N. will sell round trip who havo a pull on tho president our prlco 8 1 Mcintosh Costs, nlco black, cne after Ballard had thrown up mo jou. Louisville, Oct. 9, 13, 18 and 81.48 tho sentence was suspended pending coat, worth $2, snlo price Judgo C. E. Klncald has bcon on a tickets to the president's approval of it, Carter riait tn Tfibanon and Danvlllo and in 21 at ouo furp and at It faro, round trip, Misses' Uulon Suits Jtrscy ribbed, 0. All 10. 17. W'tind in the meantime drawing pay and Men's heavy Uubber, Fine duck, his absence tho "Hotel Gossip" of tho in. 11.1?. H. nicely trimmed nnd finished, would all the rights and privileges of Cincinnati Enquirer has been barron of tickets cood to roturn within two days lie a bargain at 30c, our price 25c coat of tho an army officer. Tho failure after dato of sale. interest to politicians. president to approvo tho sentenco has Tho great democratic carnival at THEltE will bo three applications for 10 4 Gray or While illnnkcl. Hone, black, a demoLadles' been severely condemned by tho nnnnril unon tho arrival of Wil liquor llconso before the court noxt 4BO I S C good quality, less servile niio. bargain nt 25c, our price cratic press and some of tho liam Jennings Bryan. Many democratic Kinnnnv! John Trowbrldco to sell by republican papers. Tho favorit- orators of National prorainonco sai of the tho quart at his distillery, Dan Hester Lirco iizo Comforts, well made, Heavy ribbed I'udorwcnr for Men ism and failure to act had becomo so down to tho $1 dinner and responded to for tavern license at KlngsvlUo and Bc to bo worth 1.60, our salo price Illuc, llrown and Cream colored great a scandal that It promised toasts. & Co. will also "reply" lor politics next year. Tbo nThn London Echo prints a half col Inglcman per suit an issue in 98c license at Eubanks. BOo president finally saw that ho was play- umn of nutations which it wants Sena White Quilts, Marsntlles, at reing with fire and on Saturday last Ladle!)' elegant quality Jtnej Shout Hokn Sales.-- Jo order to tor Goobel to answer in his speech at luctantly approved of the sentenco and that nlaco Wednesday. Urcr uyeno close a partnership, Messrs. U'cnard Vct, silk trimming, well worth 40c, 10 4 Gray or White WankcU, Carter is at last a prisoner in a cell at ought to know that tho Senator is too Cobb, Jr., and T. Uove i,iuaru win . our price 2BO ptoliy borders, good weight, reguIWD AND STOCK. punQBC Governor's Island, suffering tho their herd of short horns at Maplo busy to bother with him now. lar values J1.25 1. 70 yearling cattio for sale. Wra Maishment that should have been meted meeting at Frankfort called to Kharin Kindergarten. Danville. Oct. -Underwear, nicclr Tho Men' colored to him when tho court martial acted. organize an Honest Election League Tho list embraces somo extra fino ones, theny, Maywood. finished Vest nnd Pants, cheap it Two aged work n.ulcs for sale, w . No governmental favoritism, especially passed resolutions indorsing theuoebel as shown by catalogue uow in press in 101 a'.l wool lllanketi, regular 75c per suit, our prlre for shirt ami 2.QB In Bcoundrelism, should bo tho demo- bill and relteratine that It was mado this olllco. A. Carson, Stanford. $3.60 quality, sale price I'aiiK 480 F. P. Bishop bought of G. A. Swlnt-broa- d cratic cry next year. such republican ' ENOINKEIIS. under Capt. Maybell. necessary to prevent 27 yearlings at 4c. " frauds as carried the btato lor oicitin- - aro now enpagca in ur..-j'i- i many BHONSTON says in response SENATOR Bcazley Jte Carter bought of Bowcn We.arc belter prepared this caon than ever to meet tt.c want of our Burgln via Danvlllo and route from speeches for ley. for $S0. pilrons in thu to a request that ho make An enthusiastic democratic ciuo 01 s.nfnr.1 tn uin tho line run via Lan Goodo an aged mule feeding cattio d tho democratic ticket that ho is a party 130 charter members was organized nt caster at Brodbcad or beyond. Thoy &0 extra H.Hcld, Stanford. man, and belloves that the judgment of Richmond, with Attorney K. H.Crooko will be hero in about thrno days and for sale. Dr. II. O. Fox & Co.. sold to tho North individual members of tho party, as nresldenf. Citv Judco H. U. UICO anu our people should bo on thu alert and well as tho entire minority, should sub- Mr. J. S. Collins, vice presidents, and Jelllco Coal Co., seven aged mules at give them every assistance mit to the judgment and will of the R. Loo Davis and Clarcnco E. Woods, xbo great Southern road Is behind this eiisoo. SkI.. nf 29' cattle. 1.000 pounds av- majority, whenever expressed in a secretaries . .i hlldlnOS. Let US re- rUUbU 4fcUU mnm manner, according to tho recogreported In tho Glat- proper k Hon. E. E. Settle, says: "Senator ipond liberally and with the uuvantago oragc, at 4c, aro Department. We extend to you an Invitation t. corns and loot through our stoc nized forms and rules of tho party or- Goebel will be elected by at least 0 favor we can secure gow Times. of routes In our ganization: and as a witness to and a H. J.iaud A. M. Luce, of Hubble, majority. I havo never seen such tho great trunk llne. Bros.. 2o feeding gold to McKobcrts participant in tho proceedings of tho enthusiasm so early. It will provo a Kr.V. GEORGE O. Bahses' meetings cattle at 4c. convention, ho recalls no fact that larger voto than Bryan rocelvcd. t hero have proved a blessing to all who would justify him, even were he so InAt tho sale at James Mercer's In Brown men confess that the raco repudiate tho action of that is now between Goobel and Taylor. have attended. He says ho feels much Hardin county, 2T head of jnulcs clined, to nnd his convention and withhold his support as Tho situation improves dally. I bo- - better for .. having held them broucht an average prlco ol $02. i m.iro than nleascd. Tbo Turner Leonard sold 11 head of mules a democrat from tho nominees thereof, Hove Goebel has aroused raoro ontnus- of tbo series Saturday at JI2.50, and 10 head of catand that ho will accept the invitation iasm than any democratic nomlnco for larccst congregation no Tho Chcait House in Town greeted him Sunday afternoon tio at 3c a pound. Harrodsburg Demoto make speeches provided ho Is given IV years." in ,nh-,- i jrlth creat i freedom I and --w . crat. utmost freedom In discussing the tho .u u,.. . . Tha ...... it ... antl.Onnhol. llP.mOCratlC DaDerS ' mu & CO., Last night no ueiiu-reMuck Hughes, tho Danvlllo horse-mn- n platform, some planks of which ho op- aro filled with the praises b tho repub- aside. wm Qn lh(J WcnlUy 0, imulml a strlni? of horses hero poses. Mr. Bronston can stand of lican speeches and boastful stories Tflbcj )t Nrutf, wiln T.D HANKY, Manser. He Isn't needed to tho extent that ho tho hlfomwda that hear them, and the last night to show ntr tho Middlesboro .h- - a r...i,. s,.imn Kaco tn a cood audi , hUU .IIILIW thinks he la. fair. tho favor by brag ronnhllnans roturn Branch stores at KlUabethtown. Klkton, Owemlioro, Hiolbyvllle, Versailles, tonight he will deliver the John C. Pepples sold tbo John Lynn speakers onco and Ky , Clarkillr, Teem. Hupkiniville, Madlsnnville.Morgaiinold. Georgetown, ging on tho L. & N. ticket's meetings Duuiko the year closing Sept. 30th, and crowds. It is a nice mutual ad other, which will clo,u his pair of mules to Bright fc Vox, of Danchartered under tho looso hero, much to the regret oi nis menu. ville, for $300. Thoy aro very large there wero miration society. From every quarter Tomorrow ho goes to roracrsot, to laws prevailing In New Jersey, over tho good tidings come that the bolt is which a nresslng Invitation was seni and fine. 2,000 corporations, authorized to lssuo E. P. Woods shipped to Cincinnati fading away. Numbers of prominent him to Wellington and another since rii capital stock tho amount of threo and & Saturday 115 hou's. most of which ho tho outset, are 200 of men who wero in it in :) he came here. a half billion dollars. Nearly raised. ThooO ho bought of tho lot now working for Goebel. Tho few .beso corporations aro each capitalized J. D. Miller, who cost lie. StiiciDE.-- Mr. Brown or that romaln in the I Nvln Carter traded A. C. Dunn a at $2,000,000 and upward and GOO of ganization will bo openly working for married a daughter of Mr. Luther Un them each havo a capitalization of iavlor two wceus uoiuru niu wtmun. derwood, of this county, and who livcu horse for a pair of mules and gave Lex- $137.50 to boot. $1,000,000 or better. Many of these Owensboro Messenger. in ibis vicinity before moving to nf Madison, sold to inhn aro mushroom concerns but tho most of committed sulcldo In a lot near ington, ADDITIONAL LO0AL. Saturday after- Kidd for Brauer, 147 oxKrt cattle for them aro for the purpose of decreasing his homo In that city, production and raising tho prices of Speaicinq. Hons. James D. Black noon, by shooting himself through tho last half of November dol Ivory at Mc DO per cent. They necessities from 5 to and It. G. Williams will speak at Crab heart with a bull dog pistol. Ho kissed and 81 premium. Of Kvery I)iHCnptiou could only flourish under republican rtrxhanl this afternoon. Senators Goe 1.1. .if miti child cood bye, telling Wool Is advancing In price, and al rule, money from many ol them hav-i- rg bel and Blackburn at Brodhcad Satur them that he was going to take a bunt. ready the clothiers are saying that tho oi a nno been contributed to aid In putting day. Tho Lexington papers say mat iol advanco will add $5 to tho cool overcoat. ..,.. ,.f thn net was momentary Insan anlt. iif u first-clathat party In power. Down with trusts two Miss Jakuoe Is hero after a and combines. Voto tho democratic The Progressive Homo Journal jays by despondency over bis weeks' stay In Cincinnati, with a nice ity caused procure wont, uu (;), s ticket and help towards that end. that Jesso C. Fox, of Lincoln, passed which all uro In- inability to lino of Fall millinery, wuu uu uau through Somerset with 12.i to 200 cat peaccablo man, to Inspect. Miss Llccle C. Bcaz-le- y. oulct, t ... Ll . .nl A n " tio that wero worth $10 each. THE Plnevlllo Courier rubs its eyes vited habits, was dovoteu to u.s lJ lW Was never III Stanford. Infants' eofl HIkhs, Children's Drcus Shoes . high in tho neighbor remarks: "It Iooks this week very and The Abbot trotted tho fastest quarfninllv. nnd stood " 'Kj' , nows of ter ever mado on any track, 20 seconds, and School Shoe, Lniliei' ItiriiH nml welt soles, light weight calf skin., stampede all oer tho Stato much like a TAVLOU mouthed his samu old speech hood in which ho lived. Tho 1,1 preShoes. Hiiblicn to lit them nil. Old Ladle.' Wool-linefrom Goebel to Brown and tbo his death completely prostratcu uis at Louisville Friday. Tho fastest at Harrodsburg yesterday to an of that true and loyal democrat, with six children, tho vious tiino was :20!, made by Nancy crowd, whllo Frank Peako wife, who Is loft Gov. John Young Brown, being inaug- whooped 'em up for tho democratic oldest a girl of 10, to mourn his loss- Hanks, Allx and Azo. good." Kentucky's great trots at Lexington, urated uguln as governor, are lives In this county mm su Ills father ticket. is Oct. 3d to llth. An $80,000 program; Great Godfrey, man, where havo jou far as wo aro able o discover there TltUU democrats are so from princibeen? You mum have been asleep In all tho famous horses and drivers; tho nohorcdltary liwunlty In tho family. not moved by personal con'Hell for Sartati" and dreamed what ple and aro Voto for tho men who best racing of tho world, and Weber's IN His Hat. Saturday night John celebrated band In dally concerts. Half you write. Good observers say that tho siderations. your principles and are your BaugU sought Marshal O. J. Nowland's faro on all railroads. bottom has dropped out of tho bolting uphold tiad party's nominees. aid in recovering money that ho movement and that those I. S. Tovls bought of Woodford coun(111 had lost or was stolen. Ho said ho Southdown owes at who will not vote for Goebel I will democrats APPOINTMENTS CANCELLED. Young ty parties 20 nice Into tho to bcllovo mat Waller $S, and sold to sarao a will take a double somersault necessarily havo to bo absent from the reason was In town Intend $100. D. II. Klncald sold republican camp and vote for Taylor. county Oct. 10th, 11th and 12tb and had ll and that no excursion to gelding for & N. Brown is no longer In it, even a llttlu will not bo able to till my appointments inirtogoonthoL. to Joo McDowell 200 barrels of corn in Tho marshal went with tho heap at 81.G0; II. G. Fox bought of bit. o'o'o'ocroo'oo at May wood and Carter's Store, but Cincinnati. was 2 A. M. and found Win. Little 100 barrels delivered In o 1:30 P. M. him. although It ... iVitu r, onfii.ni till' will be at Jumbo Oct. 14th at i. ..j ... stoutly dented Danvlllo at $1 60; M. J. Farrls bought it ..- -o Young at the depot. Ho Mils miaiuo oj Kespectfully,.M. P. North. Whitley and his routers their of A. G. greeted Suoalor Goebel at o lastlo . people ,. having tho money and In an Injured $1.60 in tho shock, tho .... I.l. ,. .. crops of corn at !..... o " rsnr.imL. Qrst the rest nowhere." Is kind of way said that If any- fodder going with tho corn. Advocate. Winchester aaiuruuv mm o ovation which proved that tho much tho way M. S. and J. V. Baughraan body thought him mean enough for o boasted bolt, headed by Judas Wcarlot saw It In Richmond yesterday. Tho such thing, he might search lilra. It o HARIIYM. MOFFETT was a barren ideality there. democratic candidate lor governor had was finally agreed that tho marshal Beckner. o Parrnrlra 'uuioiujr, .... r. ......I.. .a wiillnft. U!lftPIh -proceed- (IIUUson,trprntlnlli6 r lulirleIUKour elllniis J.no oennwr nmuu 3,000 to 0,000 according to various estl- - should make tho search and ho o ol CHIi !. UliillieiHr town nuiloii cl Ihii KOHour aodeouviuced many of thu .queators of iimt.en u hear hla snleodld speech. whllo ed to do so. He found 13 or I In sliver In rminnl lo lunllug W hoi Ilia lliwe o luilltuiloii. j to find tho IwnettU of fiiih, o tho error of their way. Clark will give John S. Sweeney, the preacher-polit- i In his poeketbook, but failed Lcuiijiltt to tliflr tuor Terjr tlireo moutln lll uol ly , o t..i. that Bauiih claimed to Ul IUU o iwrtunliy r the usual democratic majority and who Is running for auditor on the . ,n cian, o more next month. republican ticket, had just 75 by actual ..".... ,.,. i., ..ihiltlnn to some silver iiavii iuov i" o dis! Oils, count. It was a big day for democracy money. But tho marshal was not o THE Louisville Dispatch and some of there. give up the search and tried posed to o y nicely sowed up in On TUurnday, Oct. '99 have been Indicted for v,.,.n.,' hut There its editors o Dkati! Mr. J. W. Wrk'ht. of libelling Maor Weaver. If tho ho found a $20 bill, nearly o llnilnulnu t loo'doik A X , I will Mil it lul. Casev. died at Joseph Price Infirmary the lining '", B.ur1,Hl,;?.r,:v! o o o o o o Baugh had described It. When neiuiiun,tuir juries wero to ludlct that dlsrepuublo at 2 o'clock yesterday after a long ill now as com- sheet for all the slanders It has ul wy btutk uil turiulDil IwulciueuU, foulillu of Young saw him find tho monoy ho .'ii-ear during this campaign Its outlro ness of bralu fever. She was brought l..tclv wilted and almost coiiapscu.aim 0 vurllii old Cattle, Csllle.. two weeks 1 horougbbri.l Hull, would go to prison for tho rest of there for treatment some ho had had a $5 bill atlllkCuwiaiumiuw, stall Iron I'Vnct'. Cyjucus Shingles ago, but grow gradually worso. She admitted that , S llroul Mrw lu luil l Jk k, down town, ioung their lives. was a daughter of Ellas Kldd, of Liber- changed sMula I'ulli, In jU. alr Work MuIn, ty, and was a most excellent woman. thereupon put AND now Col. John W. Yerkes is baJJU I lor. trial was held before ( lAC-SaKE,son and daughter, OThu examining Wboutlnlowu fcr, , on tho raging stump. It must go Besides a husband, a ! yesterday and it appear-lo- g WttifJU, lUrrow, I'lowi, Ac. aged six and nine respectively, are left Judgo Carson found the money, Know- - In fart, full Ml ol I'sriulUK luiUuieuU, luorfly -. mi ' grain of u decent, & J I' against tho Young that uw anJ In kikkI couJIIloo. AUo wui bouvtlioia man like him to advocate tho to mourn the loss of a loving wife and .. .in.,, it was. ho was hold to the nn.l kllilxu lurnliuro . "" """" "ii.'cYiS'ia.'coi.n.sr. Mill Work. of such an ignoramus us Tay- tender mother, Tho remains will bo $100 NSSasK Mctul Uooflne. grand arce.i In el ctlon taken to Hustouvllle and Interred this . circuit court lor II. T, Ill'SII, Auillouwr. lor. Ills job isn't worth bo great a not jo- which ho has alternoon. of independence. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TitK Wiv.nioit Jouiisai. has bought tho Corbin News plant of Mrs. M. M. - how-eve- T 1 1 car-nlr- Prof. W. U. Swear-oiinl- n that thoro will bo a box suppor at tho South Fork school linn.n. nn Stitunlfiv nlpht. Oct. 7. Pro ceeds aro for tho benefit of tho district library. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all. London. Yesterday was a big ono nt London and a largo crowd was In town. It was the first day of circuit court and thoro was speaking by a dem ocrat, a bolter and a republican. Hon Ed Parker started tho ball a rolling oy micnldnc two hours in tho morning to court room of pcoplo nnd a those who heard him say his cliort was a most crodltablo ono. In tho afternoon Hon. John T. Hoys, of Lancaster, mado a fino democratic speech to a larco and enthuslastlco crowd in the court-houyard, whllo Hon. Hal S. Corbott, who thinks ho thinks urown will irnt 00.000 votes, entertained a re publican audlonco In tho circuit court room. So anxious wero tho raus mai Mr. Hays' audlonco should bo a small ono that a republican deputy sheriff yelled to tho crowd for jurors, witness-nml other to como Into tho court. houeo and again that a republican cam palgn club was to be organized, xc, but It didn't work worth a cent. Mr. W. D. Weavor, a splendid democrat, disturber finally hushed tbo would-b- e Imt n n.ht hntirccn tho two was only averted by tho Interference of friends. Mr. Hnvs nnd Letcher Owsley, oi Lan caster, spoke at Pittsburg last night and did tho cause good. George Wren, campaign chairman for Laurel, thinks thn enuntv is In shin shapo and mo wz ual democratic voto will be polled. BOX SUPPEK. Every IVpsitmcnl asks us to say READY FOE PALL BOB well-fille- d Louisville Store. se m l.D all-wo- t -- 1,000-poun- i.- CLOAKS & CLOTHING " 20,-00- or-m- cr The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY a-- ... Proprietors. x- lUrdi-town- -- - " " ivir. I I I f I FOOTWEAR A l I ss Completer Stock d .... 1 pros-pect- e, unap-lireclat- ll Styles the Latest, Prices the 1 I . four-year-o- ld H. J. M'ROBERTS. GO TO oooooooooooooooooooooooooo - w,-- M'Roberts, fcl)e Druggist, -- ..... wboap-l.tttla- pos-blb- Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and PUBLIC SHLE -- &c, erlm-inall- pub-Usb- .i. i, At The Lowest Cash Prices. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo jf 1 go-lu- g 1 1 STANFORD, KY. sur-lend- er Bi. '""" t uih" - uMj 'rill y i faiijurT fcuDi' n "i "ft f af.t , j LI iilfiri- - t ll j t j.'fi - 1.41 .,...,, ,i..-iiiiI- . i,s,i- - 1kmA tfAlim&i a,jAJjA--- 0 Am mU ?,,, mi iMMMtoiNi njwax typsapVF? r&W--r'- : rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanpokij, Kv., Oct. 3, 1899 I! J m S danville,;kentucky. E. 0. Walton, Business Managem. combined with care, skill una accuracy insuro giiuu results. No oilier moiiiuus nro over used In our prescription work. Penny Drug Hlore. Tin: best materials Mlts. ICatk DuDDKitAtt Is In Clncln-nn- tl buying goods. Mlts. J. M. Ar.VKltsoN Is convalescent after a (Ivo weeks' lllncs. Mk. HoiinitT Mounr..Nt, of Lexington, spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. W. C. Shanks. Miss Lim.ii: McClaiiy goes to Lexington tomorrow to take a course In the Lexington Business College. Miss Maude Cauteh, who has ty phoid fever nt Richmond, was no better when her sister, MIm Claudlc, left her bedside yesterday. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. sBeamsmxsB&sasik 1 Mm $V Lon ll 1AI Tntil our lines of Drcs Goods, t wait Cloaks coming : I Cloaks and Furs lUC PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. JOHN HltKUlT was down from Grays Sunday. mIhh nor.i.n: McKohkuts Is Bid lot. of outings nt Jones'. jrS Are picked over, hut come nnd let us show you now. in all this week, with friends In Richmond. Tailor Made Suits u. Goldstein, the optlclan.wlll be at tho St. Asaph Oct. 11. GKonoK Haii.nks Weaken Is out after a spoil of several duys. Mlts. John Knoi.i:man, Jit., is back fun a visit to relatives In Knox county. A. A. McKlNNEY, Jit., bas returned to his post of duty nt Montgomery, Ala. Mils. Montik Fox and children, of Danville, aro with Mrs J. W. Baugh-ma11. Pattekns and material for Bntlcn- burg work nt John I'. Jones'. Heatino stoves & Prices nt Warren all Sires and Shanks'. of It Is I CHILDREN'S for Yokes. CLOAKS, Have your coal hauled whllo dry. J. II. Baughman k Co. - - rmwt varied nwortment wc have ever shown. New Fringfs, Uraids, I!ow Knots and Satin Fold. New Embroidered Satins and Mouseline Everything from Infant's Cashmere Cloaks to Misses. Largest and Soven room resldcnco on Muln street. W. P. Walton. roil Kent. n. Oeoiuie B. ELI.I3 Is at homo from vlllo. Georgetown, suffering from rheumaThe TwIce-n-WeInteriok Joun-NAtism. Is only SI a year cash. Remember Mlts. J. C. McCLAltY has returned that. Your wnnlrota is iiicotnploto without one Tnilor Suit. AVo ore prepared from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. II Many makes of shoes, but nono so Bailey, In Mercer. to furnish thwHJ fur less money tluiti you rati make them, mid n style, fit nnd Mit. G. A. Walteii, of Klngsvlllo, good as Zleglcr Bros'. Severance & iimke-u- p Wc have by fur the largest line U)ok the truln hero Sunday for Louis" Sons. not to Iks had in hpme-mnd- o one?. in central Kentucky nud the licst lighted iikuu to display them. We receive vllle, to buy Roods. Ouit terms ure strlctlv cash on coal Mit. anhMkb. U. C. Adams went new Suit twice n week nnd cnu nhvny chow you something new. Wo have to Lexington Saturday to visit and feed. Do not ask for credit. J. II. over tut received n delayed shipment of 25 Suit, which nro excellent vnluc. Baughman fc Co. Mr Adams' parents. One wtylo i mmlo of cloth similar to home spun in hhie nnd grey mixture, .L W. PEKitlN has bought out his We havu caramel cereal, substitute fly trout coat lined with Itoinan silk, Hnliit .Skirt lined with ercnliuc. These partner, A. M. I'oncc, and now owns for coffee, and granola, a health food. nefore purchasing your winter footwear it would bo to your Interest to see our different lines. In Gents' wear wo havo some of the best goods ever brought to this Illgglns fc McKinney. ibe entlro business. Suits are $6.50. , market, such as Viscoliied Calf, Hunting Shoes and Calf lined boots. MissANNiK Uito.s'Acaii, who has Another stylo ii made of nil wool Venitinns nnd homespuns, with dip lly Stock your winter coal now, prices In Richmond, retaU'eta lined, Skirt n new pleat Utck hnliit, perwiline lined. These been visiting friends front coat, are advancing and tho probability now turned homo Saturday. Suits ore $9. Eliza Teruy, J. S. Is that delay will cost you high. J. II. Mesuames The third style U tho same general cliiiH' nnd material in nlxive, hut nrc Young and Mr. J. T. Terry spent sev Baughman & Co. talleta I111c.1l throughout, IkiIIi coat nud fkirt. These Suits are $13.50. eral days In Louisville. Goshen. Hon. M. p. North will PiiEi'AitTOliY to moving to town, Mr. spcuk at Goshen Thursday, Oct. 5, und nnd nre efpial in every way to tho.-- e wild usually The are nil Tr.ilor-madRichard Cobb, Sr., will tell his stock Mr. S. R. Cook requests all good demo more money. nt and farming Implements, Oct. 12. crats to bo present to form a Gocbcl And Enamel Calf Shoes, Boys,' YoiPlis' nnd little Gents black Axton Shoes, MisscB MltS. V H, MOUSE, of Hustonvlllc, club. nnd Children's School Shoes, Ladies' heavy sole, extension edge, made by Krippen-dor- f, returning was hero n few days since Dittman & Co., on lasts from A to EE Be sum to WiLt, Wade, son of Jerry Wude, from a visit to friends In Ulcbmond. Dit. G. A. TitAYLOit, who was here died Friday, making tho second of his Saturduy, says that ho will llkoly go to sons to dlo within a week. When he Bryuntsvlllo to pructlco his profession. wns a child ho suffered a severe lick on Miis. K. 1. Woods uud Miss Annie his head, which affected his mind and Bollo Woods returned Suturday from made him subject to tits. Beforo you buy. Kuveral weeks' visit to Mrs. S. M.Allen Gov. McCueaiiy will speak here Our Hue Suits nre examples oi the very Ih'M tailoring. The Coat" have u at MUlcrsburg. Monday und everybody should hear itylc nnd "ret" mid the Skirts a "hang" which nre just right nnd they hold Eld, and Mks Joe Sevekance, of him. The governor is doing valiant their chae nftcr long service. Then Suit liegiti nt 31f nud run to S37.5p. Tullahoma, Tcnn., aro here en routo to scrvlco for the ticket and bis speeches They come in homespuns, styli'h Kngli'h Tweeds Melton, Venitinns, Co- iho Jubilee celebration of tho Christian are said to bo among the best and most church at Cincinnati. convincing of tho campaign. of Suits in nil. verts, Golf Suitings nnd Clollw. About 25 Tin: Fancv Work Club will meet Baughman Oct. 5th with Mrs. James II. On tho election commissions In laur Instead of with Mrs.Wllllam Baughman. el and Whitley uro two of tho Inteu- Tho latter will entertain Oct. 12th. ioii JOUHNAL'B correspondents, John Stewaut, llltle son of Mr P. C. Pearl und Walker Mason, und wo are Sandldge, of tho West End, Is staying here to vouch for them as honest men For nlco new with Misses Llecle nnd Mary Benzley and believers In honest elections Dry Goods and Motions, tho 2srewesL Things in and attending the academy on tho hill FliEE Teachers or school boards Mil. J. II. SWOI'E has contracted for Icckties, ColIars,CuiIs, Shirtsand Underwill bo supplied with free copies of tho a handsome residence to bo built on wear of nil Kinds, for Big, Littc, Old his farm near Hanging Fork brldgo. latest county ranps of Kentucky and Tenncsse, for uso in Lincoln county and Young. Latest Style Shoes Tennyson A: Son, of Danville, will schools, on application to W. B. Mebuild it I'or LadlM. Men, OlrU and Hoys. Tho very IntOht things in Clothing. 13 o Roberts, tho druggist nnd book seller. A KAIHI.Y good picture of Miss y)ars' eTposIenco In taking measures and I can lit any old shape. I will Are more in demand than ever, and never More have we hud such ii great Lou Crowe, tho handsome daugh-tero- f bo glad to furnish you any day In the year Miltablo goods nt bottom prices ONE fure for tho round-tri- p to Wo have nlx.ut 25 piece nt 81, SI. 25, 81.50, 81.75 lino or better values. Mr. T. L. Crowe, of tho West on account of the fair and Wo are confident that we are from 25c to 75e End, appeared In Saturday's Louis-vlll- o nnd on up to 811.50 a yard. carnlvul, good to return the 0th prices. Times. per yard under the On tho 10, 11 und 12 tho L. & N. will Miss Mahy Daviess Dcddkkaii also glvo a half faro round-tri- p rate to went to Danville yesterduy to enter tho Knnxvillooa account of tho carnival, In D. D. Institute to perfect herself good to return on tho "Olh. tbu sign language nnd prepare for teaching deaf mules. Mil. P. K. Tiuhule had a valuablo MlSDAMES W. II. WlUOHT, of horse to kill Itself tho other day. He und P. W. Green, of Lexing- was driving It, when tho animal reared ton, wero hero to see Mrs. J W. up und falling back struck Its bead Wright, of Casey, who Is nt tho Joseph against a rock, from tho olTccts of Buy Uneeda Biscuits, Unoeda Ginger Wafers, Drummer Lunch Biscuits, which it died. Beazloy Bros, bud one Price Infirmary for treatment. Mtss At.YCE HauoHMAN, of Dan- of their livery horses to dlo from hard ville, who has been visiting Mrs. J. W. driving Saturday night. Line of colors in .'J I in. all wool Tricot nt 2.V yard, nil wool lloiiiw-puyesterday, 52 inches) wide at 75c yard, Fancy Camels Hair Plaids, puru wool, 50 inches Baughman, returned homo THE Fair and Midway at Middle-borand 82 where on tho 15th of No ember eho plaid luck Gull Suitings at 81, 81.50 wide at 81 yard, Kevon-ihlOct. 5th, (ith and 7th, promises to will become Mrs. Louis N. Blrk. Beef, yard, twilled Iwick broadcloth at 85c yard, 52 inches wide. of Rowland, Is bo tho biggest thing tho inugle city Walteii W. Caktek, Beef, Beef, Richmond has over had. Among tho many novel now baggage ngent between features will bo a reproduction of tho and Muysvllle. Ho was at homo Sunday fumous midway at tho World's Fair. Sliced Bam, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, Homc-Mad- e Cheese, Ac, From to sco his brother, Georgo Carter, who Reduced rates on all railroads. Wrlto lias a sovcracuso of typhoid fever. to Secretary A M. Klnualrd for Dit. and Mlts. J. s. Lackey, of visiting Mr. and Stanford, Hi., aro Dr. Lackey and Mrs. J. J. McRoburts. Huffman. Mrs. Murtha Paxton, IttrTry Grape Nuts. Youwill llkolt Mrs. MeRoberts wero raised together who Is sick In bed, received u dispatch but had not seen each other for 23 from Lexington Sunduy morning say years before. ing that her brother, Joseph B. HuffDo not forget to price Table Linens, Napkins and Towels, as we can cerCait. Joski'H Hauiuson, of tho man, was very HI and asking her to pure Linen, Gcrimiu Main Lino, Is running In Capt. Joo co.ne. Sho For example, wo offer tainly cave you ihoncy. couldn't go, of courso, but Silver Bleach Danm-- k in 5 choice deigns nt fiOc yard, finer grades up to Roblnsou's place on thlsdlvlslon. Capt. Mr, und Mrs. A. G. Huffman went In a Robinson bas bought a lot In Louis-vlll- o buggy, as thoy received tho news loo 811 50 yard, l'uro Linen Huckaback hemmed Towels 18 by 35 inches nt HUc, und Is doubths seeing after tho luto to go by train. At night another up. Look at thoo and otliHemstitched lliick Towels at 10c, alio, iic ami building of tho nlco hoiico ho Is going meesago cumo saying that Mr. Huff Gallery in Central Kentucky, Imviug been reThis Is now the most ers whilo you are with us. to put on It. man wus dead. Deceased was a son of cently equipped with tho marvelous Auastlgmat lenses; the new discovery in optical Mil. JlAitllY M. MOFKLTT, son of the tho luto James Hulf.oan, of this place, science. I wish to say to the Ladies that luto pastor of tho Presbyterian church, by his first wife, three children of Rev. A. S. MolTelt, is hero cndcuvorlng whom survive, Mrs. Paxton, Mrs. Mary Just received a large stock of tho very to secure subscribers to u circuit li- Dunn and Mr. Felix G, HutTmun, of brary. Read his curd in this pHiorand Texas. Ho was uboutC5 years old, u imtronizo him. If lou uro Interested in member of tho Christian church and r) as good and kind hearted u mun as evliterature. Mlts. J. D. Bastin and Miss Flor- er lived, devoted to his fumlly und Patterns uevei sold In this locality before - havo to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suitence Bubtln wero called to Pittsburg u Jcurly loved by them. His wlfo was able for framing from the simplest photograph to tho most elaboruto paintings. mouldings specially for suitable " few days ago by tho serious Illness of Miss Bettic Ellis, aud she with four Among tho lot is tho New French re Miss Bessie Bastin. who Is on u visit to children, ull ubout grown, survlvo i ilidlriiin iilrlnr.M KioliroitlrrHl Mulu. French Water Colors. Blld all lilCtUti'S lliUt Wo quire a dainty frame. When In Danville, call und see us and get our prices. her brothor, J. W. Bustln. Miss Flor- feel the lusting sorrow of his l will save you money. ence returned Saturday and buys thut Mr. Hulfmun wus for several years i. 'i Third Street Opposite l'o't Olllce, Danville, hy. of his death, bookkni sister l much bolter. bur utthotlinu Mil, Josh Stone, who bus been on u for Win, Turr Ns Co., who hold hliu visit to his parents at Liberty, told un tho highest esteem. Tho funural v. u I J. representative at Hustonvlllo, Satoccur ill Lexington this ufturnoon ut . urduy that ut his homo, Washington o'clock and tho Interment will bo iu STANFOKIl.KY. City, tho belief Is gonerul that Seuator the beautiful cemetery there. Tho r. Goebol will bo Kentucky's next William Slielton, President. tondercst sympathy of many friends "There is much talk about tho hero Is felt for tho grlof stricken famiPrimary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Depart uivntd, Muic, Art, l'.locu race und demoeruw there who would ly to whom attempted words of comfort en and andjl'nyu'al Culture. 31st year begin Sept. 1th. Send for tutalogue to botboavllyou Mr Goobel. complain now M1W. NANM1-- : S SAUFLF.Y, Lady Piintipal. teem utmost a mockery. that they can Und no tukers." ek L r OK shoes, hats and gent's furnish ings go to Caldwell & Lanier, Dan- - SEVERANCE SOJVS. WINTER FOOTWEAR Efosfieim's Patent Leather o one-thir- d HIGH GftlDE TAILORING. SEE THESE GOODS h JOHN P. JONES. GO TO JAMBS FRYB oreoons. An-nl- mm ro 5-- JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. t DRESS GOODS o, TOO HOT TO C00K.I mm o, Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Corn Crackers, Roast Chipped LINENS. fiO-it- i. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. &f THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs "Vleur-De-l.is- JVJouldigs Danville, Kentucky. Stanford Female College, gov-erno- v j5V ;" - . r ! AND P3EACHEBS. Till. LOUIS VI LLC F ALL OAilN'I- Humlny Excursion of tho Season. VAL. will sell their church Hpifltl rqirpsenUttltouf Jano Vatnian succeeded In pushing a Tho Baptists Kvery nrrangoment has boon com91.25 HOUN'OTKIP nt ttjocornor ol Ith und Walnut, GRUOER, HU8SCLL & CO, blejclo 700 mile In 82 hour. TO LOUIS VI MX. KKTUU.V for12o,000. They have an of pleted for tbo big Fall Carnival Forty-eignow oases of yellow fever Merchant Tailors. It West Till Blnet, Bi.ct.ya aja.A 3Tild.v 3 Kxoosltlon, Midway and Festival TO I.KXI.VGTON A KITTITItN (Jlnrlnnatl. O . and two deaths wore reported nt Key fer of $110,000 for it. of Flro to bo glvon In Loulsvlllo, Oct. Will display Pamplos at the Ht Asntih Until VIA Tho ( W. II M. will meet in tho West. In Stanford on ilin Uth nf I'.srli Xfdnlli Kl.'.V- Joseph Kirk, town marshal of Inez, lecturo room of tbo Christian church, Othto 2lt. Work on tho Carnival SOUTH KltN KUI.WAY IN All pirtnentu fllteij nit ITp.tn-tlat- e work A TUCKY, SUNDAY, OJT. aril. was murdered by Henry Onssady, a Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, City Is practically completed. In tho inlttlt Is an Impussllilllty with lhl mrlhod nf not sor.it J 83S.OO will be charged, T Whan (Mil ami einmlnv lalr-All members aru requested to attend vicinity of tho Carnival grounds thoro illnc'lmilm-- s. desperado. 81 Kldeis.l.O, Livingston and A. J Is block after hlook of booths, wherein lie Train tin Ilitrnln llranrh. llint ditto, will Hatnples I 'a! I nnd Wlntor. A first cousin of President MoKlnley lipid for ronnreiinn of t nln Irnviiitf Daugbcrtco closed a 10 days' meeting tho most altraottvo displays of mercanwas killed by an explosion of plant r M. nt Turkey Town Saturday night wltu tile wares ever nimL In Kentucky, will Iiiilvllo nt powder In South Dakota. Wt. II T.YiiK,A.(t. P. A. Throughout tho wholo State 12 confessions, nnd began a meeting nt bo mvle. Ilarvoy Wllion, of Hoono county, IxMiIsvllte, Ky. deepost Interest Is being taken In fell dead while returning from ti pray Crab Orchunl Sundiy, which has re- tins Uimouvillo, Kontuckj this enterprise, which mentis so much KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. er meeting, which ho had conducted. sulted In six additions to date. Uov. A.J. Plko writes: I lntvu jtixt for Kentucky's ejtnnorclal advance-tnen- t. agoA 14, struck Offers htairTleea to the irpt ol Wost IJtcoU Miss Ooldle Cochran, and In every cltj plans nro being rniintlrs hull tlmk ul Uiltnaiuid Utik No. S Arrrlrraat Stanford at 1 M . a burglar lu her room nt Muncic, Ind., closed n two we.uk' meeting nt Gillcad J 10 a. h. Ho. 4 Ifim Stanford t And willing to pay top prlrrs In rtsu for rtaalwarson handManagsr, nuide to send largu crowds.-T- ho 1), t). re8 H'TO bit. d No. 51 ArrlTesslliowlsodal hair brush, and church in Madison county; had HI addiusing a t.liloLoin, Kfjrs, "Feathers, tluoks. 2 30 P. U. No. 2.2 lxsires Stanford at tions to tho church; bnptlcd 2.1 in Sil- duced rates itro ttio most attractive ov- Turkeys, (llnvnR, Vrltiiw IIomI. I Wax. be wllldlo. and all kinds, UiipMr, KNOXVILLEmVISION. Tho sttfo of tho flank of Houston lo, ver Creek on Friday In tho prcsenco of er made for n Loulsvlllo enterprise, Illiliout Alto will lw In the llrass. Iron wool. Hunvs. market fur eoplo. Tho church was nnd judlng from tho amount of hotel :ra mo anil gvl mv prim tieforo illlng. nnd Mo., was blown open Saturday night a thousand .It 5S a ni Wo. Train going North ........ already ungnged, tho crowd will Kit snot cnaii. call at mv lieniiiuarier. Mo.M ?i!,m by burglars, who are said to liuvo se much revived. I was assisted by Uro. sp.icorecord breaker. bo a km " Booth It Is now almost nt J. lnl)urg. It.i'krt tot.'It. ItOIIINSON o.M .........U SJ pw cured S20,000. F. II. Adklns, of Lawronceburg. MM ... 23 " Prof. Pcllraau, of tho University of certain that Preld6nt MoKlnley will A Chicago druggist couiinltled Mil- For alld'olDt. i'1 H bo In Loulsvlllo on MoKlnley Day, Oct. cldc In order that his uged mother Bonn, has discovered and Identified 700 EO'HIH TICKKTS MILD. l.'tth. Wm J. Hryan has sent a conHAOHAUE ClUrKEI) TIIKUUOII. might collect $3,000 insurance which descendants of Ada .furko. n chroulo Is n randldate for Jailer, anlijeot to Ky. Xor any Information enquire ol ttlcoholic born 1740 and died 1300. Of ditional acceptance, and Ills very like- thin of I ho (luibtvratlc party Ilo the nf hu carried on his life. aollrlts ly that President Diaz, of Mexico, will your up(Hitt, JOi: S. K1CE, Agent, Tho Nile river Is ut the lowest point the descendant', seven wcro convicted Stanford, Ky. MISS of which tbcro Is any record. Two hun of murder, 70 for various other crimes, also honor us with his prcsenco. Spec I wcro professional beggars, 01 sus- ial days have been set apart for many FOR dred and six thousand acres will bo de FRANKFORT AMD CIKCIHNATI. Tho SenmatrosB. tained by public cbttrity, and 131 were Important organisations. On Oct. 12th Contains 101 prived of irrigation. Is In n H. arris Trains leste Frankfort at 7 a. q Aand 40 p. .., the lodges of Kentucky will hnvo a re- statu nf cultivation nud the lllnek splendid Plain and I'ashlonnhle Hewing Cutting and C. and Mrs. James Humphries, of Texas, se- prostitutes. This family has cost the Dn pike. i onnectlng at Georgetown with Fitting a S.ecllly Water Works M. M. and 40 I.r p.rU it 8aad A. 30 p. .,5.10 P. M. Leas lit-v-Fsrlr cured a 810,000 judgment In a suit Gorman government 1,200,000. Phil union This day Is called Fraternal miles from llustontllle and H, from " connectln at S a. M. et:IS Ilnsunlt a dwelling of lire rooms Day. On Oct. Ulh the Gorman-Atner- Frankfort at 9.13 against members of a mob that lynchtown with 1 A C. and reaching adelphia Medical Journal. neoessary W S. ..., f. Ift n U and Rood tenant houso. a D. D. S., Kev. Thomas X. Arnold,, now of Icans will eclobrato, and on Oct. 17 the outbuildings. Pplemlld orchard, roixI well ed her husband and two eons. JOSEril K. NEWTON. A. O. P. A havo tho fiold. The and two springs. Terms easv Tho court of appeals declined to or Franklin county, who was raised In W. II. WKIOIIT. aUiiicnNtcr, QUEEN & CRESCENT. IlustotiTllle, Ivy, der a new trial of Clarcnca Williams, Covington and lived there until recent- Loulsvlllo Carnival offers an amuse ns can only appeal to all Tooth Extracted Without Pafn ! Atlon City aa lollowa: Tralna paw colored, sentenced by the Bourbon cir- ly, writes to a Mt Sterling paper In re- ment such 4 II p m Ho. 1 South..12 02 p m No.2 North sponse to n request for bis opinion of lovers of good and wholcsomo diver- X. H. With Vllnllird Air Plijslclau In attend- 45 am cuit court to be banged for murder. m " " ..11M It 0.8 "4 " ..18pm James Lewis, of Brazil, Ind., came Mr. Gocbcl: No man In . " anris No. 5 that city or in sions. Tho Midway will bo tho largest ...00ain home SOSpm "10 " Stir goon " Mo. OOeo In the New Thompson llulldlng. I drunk and decided to take a bath. tbo Stato bears a reputation freer from since tho World's- Fair, and will InNos. 1 and 2 do'not stop. 9 and 10 run no furDentist, Ho turned hot water on and was scald- reproach in his private, professional clude the Streets of Cairo, Japanese. ther than Junction City. W ed to death before assistance arrived. and political life thnn William Gocbcl. I!lml00' '"'Pino, Chinese, Moxlcao, Mtnnfortl, At Russellvllle, Netta Whltson was Unhappily, his present political emi Porto Hlcan Theaters and Gorman r. F3Ai;:i3::, rrsjr!et:r., HcRoM-rlDrug Store In the Owsley acquitted of an old murder charge, the nence' has tnado him a targctforcalum-ny- . Village Tho general admtlxlon to tho OHc.Ter iiaumng Exposition grounds Is only 10c. AT DEPOT. DRODHEAD, KY. oflonse being tho killing of an untlu IT William Goebcl Is a splendid Illus. . mm m S LIVERY, FEED AND SALE years ago. Tho crowd cnccrcu the tration of what a young man, unaided DISv,OVI'ltl.ll 11V A WOMAN ON Hotel n the nUHinlalai. rales enwstdrrrd STABLE, Another gnat lloTrry has lsen made, anJ that verdict. Ivffters m.lalt Iraltu nirtMl 1U..1W in by fortune, unaided by influential futrne,! hr a li'ly In this rountry fling men Julia Morrison, an actress, was in fi lends or family prestige can accom lis clutches upun her and foramen"DImm.sho with years DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. dicted at Chattanooga, for the murder plish by good morals, energy, and devo- stood lt wternt testa hut her sital vnrsns wer John II Ca sti.cn ax AiitiiuiKI. luxntuu undermined and death swaied Imminent For I would on gixxl fsrtns Horses and Males constantly on hand and of Frank Leiden, of the "Mr. Plaster tion to duty. Hla life is a model for Hirer luonins i he rounti tucexuinlly, and could In Lincoln llko to tnko options and particuIlHECKIXHIIIOC CASILtVliX. County. For terms for sale at all times. not lleeii. Mie flnsllv dbrorereila war ta rmn. WM. LANIH1UAF, of Paris" company, whoacritlclzcd her young Kentucky manhood. "JW purchasing ol us a buttls of Dr King's New lars iddrrss BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. CHURCHES THE INTEHIOR JOURNAL Lt J. MULCHHY. Lou-isvlll- o, utlllilTaa ht $1 PER YEAR CASH ffi If? IfflK&lfl nut al U ffiii J. T. STJTTOBr, Uiidortnkor, Cy silver-backe- lirc-np- . irutr. !.- I R. A. JOVES, iffsuriw'r. PyMi. tun ford " .... ....... DINK FAKMRK FARM SALE. BVELYK TARIIIF, Moro-Isim- I. BBAZLEY, Ky. Jlm PRICK, Ky. B. G. FOX, 7 FRITH HOTEL. Ill m t, OPTIONS FARMS WANTED. playing. Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Stock,!J00,000. Successor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under tame management continuously for 2V Years. Two wills of tho lato Chief Justice Peters have been filed, ono dividing Solicits Your Bank Account, Hoping auch business relations will prort beneficial and pleasant. DIRECTOllS: mutual-If J.J. Jailer Morgan Gentry, of Fayette, has been indicted for willful neglect of his ofllclal duties. It is charged that ho .V, l" wu ri rm Owsley. failed to keep the jail in order, which J. 11. caused smallpox to break out in tho OFFICEBS: Institution. . II. Shanks, President; Gen. A. J. Vaughn, of Memphis, J. U.OwileT. Cashier;' W. M. Bright, Asst: ashler. Tenn., died Saturday night at Indianglts. Toiedo II. apolis, whero ho had gone to bo treat they will continue us I Imio a SStS&ii h 1 ,'Vr!Sft HoUl In tlmcltjr making a taken Interr-allrlauai'alarrh v. KKClOJirS WANTK D directly upon theCurs Issnd mucous surfatT arllni ed for cancer, ilo was a native of Mis COLORED blood of I lie Flrnt-Cla.s- s IIorNC Sliocr, system l"rlr 55c per Iwt JeMlmoulaltvulfre sissippi and was a major general in tho Tbo recruiting olllcer at Loxfngton, tie Xold brail DruiUta And am better prepired thin ever to do Confederate army. Ky,, has just received instructions to Hall's Family 1'lllssrsthe bjt work for lliem. j 1 One bbck from the principal shopping Tho Big Four's freight depot at Cin- enlist sound, colored men -Mayfiuld wont dry agnln Saturday by k Vy. district and two blocks from tho Ihrru cinnati burned Saturday, entailing a for cavalry service in the Philippine a majority of 32 In a vote of ubout iW. J. H. CREER, Stanford. VTT 'rKVlJ- principal theatres. loss of million of dollars. Tho Islands. These men are wanted - C. & half abridge across tho Ohio and should apply lmmcdiatoly at onco Tbo election was tbo most exciting evStreet cars pvw the door to oil puts of O.'s to tbo '"VTUTU c a fKrfh-... 81Cw.fa? caught but was extinguished before recruiting ottlco at Lnxlngton, Ky. er held there, and tho result, while ex- Ic; .outhsrn ilulual In?esimcni C:mpaaj, tho City. Everything ncnl and clean. . pected, wug received with shouts of much damage was done. Boys between 18 and 21 years of ugu Joy from the lemporuneo people, whllo Of Lexington, Ky. Tho highest price for unoccupied must have written consent of parents tho whisky men stood by and silently Riverside Drive, New York, houecs or guardian, witnessed by a third gazed on. Majlluld hui been a dry Plan: INSURANOBJREVEKSED. facing tho nival und land parades, was town for 25 continuous years. paid Thursday. Millionaire H. O. Ar&d THE APPETITE OF A tiOAT Wo Pay Whils YcnlLJve. HE F00I.KDTHE slIiOEONi mour was desirous of showing his Isenvlod by all poor dysiwptlcs whoi Stomach Old Lino C:npanle aud Llrer are out of order All such should know P7 Whea Yoa D!. All doctors told It ukk Hamilton, of West Jeflei. Chicago friends what tbo parades that Dr. King's New Life Illls, tho ndeilul Mil, D,anrr Buffering ISmontba from liertal Liter glres a Stomach ho would uul.u a co.llr Coinpotmtllii jj ol would be, and bo banded over his tlte. aoundanddigestionIleim-l- andregular splendid appa- - wrfortmM, but diecuied hlnisell withoirallan was Orer f 1&0.OS) paid In Using UneSti. Uj my luuit and a lie lit lutes of We, tho sureit III tura on check for 81,000 for two days' rent of a that luiurea twrfect health More. great cn.rgy. Only lluclkn's Aruiia itlCtlidUCSa Oter f ).OJl lkwrr aud, burplua i) renu at lenuya urug eirlti ami tbolKXt salrepi thevvrld. Urentsa single house ut No, Jul on tho Drive. box IIMUSES WBVItK.l.s-i- l Vrsit i Sld by Penny, Druggist, Htanfurd, Ky .a Is'dono with absolute accuracy in our Tho houso bus it commanding view of SUITII HUM N. Scy , Judgu Cantrlll decides in tho teat Lislul'n, Ky. tiau rates to inuianujwils una retho wholo river and tbo drive. citso of tbo State auditor ugalnst tho Qmy the belt companies represented. FRKSCMlTlOXrDEI'AKTMUNT False cables on tho Liverpool cotton circuit clerks of tho Stato to compel turn via thu C. H. & D, Ky.. on Oct. Inquiries solicits 1. , the qualitv of all drugs uttd is of a market, or mistakes In transmitting them to pay back into tho treasury 2:1.1 and 21th, limited to tho 20th for reand I. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. very high grade. tho quotations on their arrival ut Now money paid them us fees in felony oaecs turn, on account of tho meotlng of the The physician's surcesa in tho treat- York, caused a wild MIIS. U. I). SIMPSON, l'ror.. panic on tho South- through mistuko of law, "that the Carrhuu Builder' National Associament of ililUcult cases is dependent on the ern cotton exchange Tho advance In clerks having rendered services for full tion Call on yourucurobt C. II. St D. I.aucnHler, t Kentucky. purity and fKshiietulof.llhe drus. Havo r . the Liverpool market, as reported by value of amount paid them and tho ugunt for full particulars. his orders tilled hero' nnd the result will the Commercial News Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Bureau of the money having been voluntarily paid Tim Adam Forepaugb A. Sells Bros. circuB bo highly satisfactory. Porters Western Union Telegraph Company, under u simple mlstako of law, that as u ut Lexington, Oct. 41. Ono faro for table. all Everything sn I'PU's nDCi'ncQin SI) meet trains. was 2 1 cents, and was repudiated by matter of justlco tho money can not tho round-tri- p UUUl fi II UltlvA I UU t'ome to See Us. at nil stations from prlvato cables from Liverpool. All over now bo recovered back by tho Stato." to Junction City via tho tho South thero was a rush to buy spot Tho case will bu appealed. i'i::(RTit.Tn.i (Jueen & Crescent route Tickets sold m Oct. 11th, good to return Oct. 12th. Ask cotton, and heavy purchases wore made During the winter of 1S07, Mr. Jamie your agent fur particulars. V7e Ucni Functures and So All Klni- - of You take your Wheat und Corn to .Morris EIGHT GREAT STATES at the falso udvance, which will result Itced. oiti of the leading citizens and mer Four lives weru lost In a flro which Frtd'a Ktchungo In Wm, DuuirhirH's shun Kentucky, Tennessee, Eopilrlng. very disastrously for many buyers. A chants of Clay, Clay (i W. Va , struck In Stanford und get In eirhungo Flour iiuu Virginia, Georgia distroyul n residence ut PIcrropont Meal. You can also buy Flour, Meal, North aud South C'arolluii, THE) DANVILLE CYCLUCO., DANVILLE, KY Savannah broker bought 5,000 bales his lu; ugain.t u cake oi ice lu such a Alubuma, Mississippi, llrmi. Chicken Fted, Ac, cheaper ut Manor, N. Y. No 115 Third bt around 8 cents. Failures uro expected manner ns to bruise it severely. It my placo thau unv whero In town. A trial very much swollen und pained him I believe mv eichbnze will be in Toxas from this cause. la nil I nsk, o badly that ho con tl not walk without a good thing for furmrrs und I phdgu liber- Through Sleeping Nothing equal to tho great navul pa- the uld of CiUtches, lie was treated by JOHN C. FI3PPI.ES al transactions nud full weight. My goods rade up tbo Hudson to Grunt's tomb In physician), also used several kinds of iln Is ucandldiito for Jailer of Lincoln Countv t'ome from Duddernr' I)l Itlvir Holler Iietweeu IajuUvIIIs ani tho South. honor of Admiral Dewey had ever been luient aud two and a half gallons of Whis- - suhject to the uctlon of the ilemocrutlc par Mill aud nru tirst.cluss. MOItltlo I'ltKD No. GS, any ro- tj. iuuriuiiui. ky in bathing it. but nuihlnggave Telephouu uiii lieu. ouuu ia junorican waters, it was an lief until ho began using Chamberlain's TimKI? HAILV TKAINH imposing spectacle, In form und in sig- - I'aiti 13a! in This brought almost a comIT1ILIC SAI K OP JLy - f3'f Kach wayhetwoon Loulsvlllo and Lexington as tho great licet, led by tho plete euro in a uvek's time and hu believes niucunco, that had ho not used this remedy bis leg Stock, Crop, Farm Implements Olymplu and tho other r, V. A. TUKK. Q. i. A.. have had to bu amputated l'aiu Washington, I). V. ! swept grandly up tho Hudson, between would is uiiequaled for Halm sprains, bruises W. 11. TAYLOR. A O. ! A shares that bad become solid walls of nnd rheumatism. For sale by Craig & I)UlsyU, K On Thursday, Oct 19th, 1809. human beings from tbo Battorv n Hockur, T'luggltts. IUverslde, whero tbo guns of tho warlleglnnlngat loo dock, a. u, I will soil all my Crop and ships thundered tho National saluto of The scalo upon which tho Paris ex- HtiM.k, tines, miles Implements, at lb phu 1 now Iroui Stauford ou the Daurlll position is to be constructed Is Indicat lire, 21 guns, and tbo hundreds of C. craft of ed In the fact that tho catalogue will pike, cuualsllugof One Fair For The Round Trip every description passed in review cost $110,000 to print, and will contain 26 YEARLING Via Tho STEERS. tho Olympla. Tho great land pa about 100,000 names. rade Suturduy was almost as Imposing. m 1 Knorthorn Hull, The V Shorthorn IViws. Tailor, TIIKIAOLK, KlaU Or ALL lilllUS, Thero was but one unpleasant feature, And Dealsr lu I Hull aud 6 Heifer Calres, s Work Mules, and that was when tho 7th Now York I noted for 1U keen sight, clear und disYsarllng Mules, Stanhoki;, Ky., those XAHNIIS, 3ASDLEB7, &0. regiment, which would not enlist, was tinct vision. Bo aroEye persons who use S Muls Cults. Balvufor weak ejes Sutherland's Eugle S Tboroughbrtd Mares br Ilarrr O'Fallun, uzatatmmmWmmmMemx blised. Tho 71t New York, which did styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated KY, STANFORD, ComrthAtnand tha MloBtrrf. In Receiving ills Spring Oombluol Mar by Vu Tim.. enlist and was accused of cowardice lids. Bold at l'euny's Drug btore. It's going to be A Hotter Timo than the Lot ofother brood Mares and FUlits. -was vociferously cheered all alonir thr! Muuiiucr Gootltt. I Standard Bullion, World's Fair Grand Military and Civic Lot of ruws, Jigs and bboats. IdolIU is the favorite in tbo 116,000 lino. Next to Admiral Dewev. IlUr HAIR BALSAM Parades; Flrsj Works, Magnluceut Lot of Timothy and Clossr Hsy, laws sod, Uauurbs t&s hate LU Acre ol Cum sbuckvl lu lb Held. Illumination, lilcytls lUces, Ac. Admiral Schley was evidently the fa- Futurity raco, which cornea off at Lexrmulas a. luaikal $L Goods Warranted. Lot of Fodder. JltTf .VMM Iff Ask lor a program, ... ( All .a vorite of tbo day, and at evory rovlew-lo- g ington durlug tho meeting this week. ..Ii.a Tt DU ...I.. rtltaia Fit Guaranteed. E. II. Dicow, Dlst. Pass. Agt.. a enow storm amount, bankabl not. vlthoutlni.rMi. ia i ni.i Gato City, Va., bad stand bo was received with cheers. jAUiHHBMM Jan. 1st, llaju. u A.LAtKar. Thursday, LouIstIIU, Ky. Give Him a Call. Williams. J. S. Owsley, St., William Oooch, A. W.-- C.rrwnter, W. II. Cummins, J. E. Lynn, S. II. Shanks T bis property into eight and the other into secn equal parts, the latter leav ing out his sister. roor oiu ue. uavis, wuo was sent up for life for complicity In tho famous Munday murder in Woodford, has been pardoned, but bo wont find bis wife. Sbo's Mrs. Old Phil Thompson now. The gold output for tho Cripple Creek, Col., mining district for Sep tember was 1,7:11,000, surpassing all records. Since gold was discovered there in 1SU1, the production has been Jti2,0o7,292. ICrlger, Ky. tJ IlifoiiTerr forContuiuntloD. and was, ujrh m. Hered on taking nirt that the slept all nUht, SCHOOL FOltTlIK BLIND. and with two lollies,il.. twn absolutely cured has HernaniotsMrs l.ulher Lots." Thus write W It is strange to say, but truo, that C llainulckd Co.. uf Shelby, N C Trial tattles free at IVnny's Drug Mors. Ilcgtilar siteXe an only a small part of the entire number II. Ercry Uitlls guaranteed. (lolddust horses romhlned with the mwt popti lar strains of bsrness sad saddle nurses making the of defective children, within tho school iimihinerf rustUter rattle stl retflsiers.1 snd l"edrn ages of six and IS, get tho benefit of SPECIAL KATES VIA SOUTH EP..V heade.1 by IDs Inbred Jnr Bull, No. 4H1, sliwt slra IVIroils; and dam Infanta lVdro )larain RAILWAY. what is freely oilered by tho Stato. rAVil wrrstwuof Mr lir"s wlnnleg Sverpatake herd at the World's Fsir Shorthorns ars young Loulsvlllo Industrial Exposition, Manr'a toppr.1 with Wlldeses. IVrles. Ilsrruu snd This is particularly o with tho blind Ol Liverpool. children of the State. About 125 year- Street Fair, Midway Carnival nnd Fes tiilonl, huuthdown sheep, 1'olsDdllilna and Hulk and bred frjiu Ih hire hues Indlildually ly receive instruction at tho institution tival of Flro. Ono faro round trip, Oct. lsl neraaoi rtcmucay iTice. ieaiiauis. Com Largest Fire Insurinrn Company In I he for the blind in Louisville, though It is , 13, 18 and 21; limited two days ex and mm ur writ ur whstF Ttrft wsnt. World. ULIII. Minjorl, Ky. rst'nentel br Mr, Wscusrank srerylhlns estimated there aro mora than fivo clusive of data of salo. li fares round W I WALTON, hdlioe. lteld times that number growlug up in ig- trip Oct. 10, 11, 12. 11, 16, 17, 1, 20, & Ca&tloman, norance in Kentucky. Tho school re- limited two days exclusive of date of ManagersHoulhern Department. ceives all children whoso eyesight is so ealo. Wm. II. Tayloe, asst. general pas defective as to prevent their getting an senger General Officers, Columbia Ilulldlng, W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., agent, Louisville, Ky. Ky. education in schools for tho seeing (M) 0 GRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY. There are also, in a separata building, IKIWdTllIsr equal and similar privlllgcs provided We oner n Hundred Dullars lUward for any Splendid Accommodations, THE FIFrH AVE. HOTEL Catarrh CIcmo to Depot aud Sulphur Well, for colored children. Wo print this raw ofvurer that cannot ho cured hy llill'ifs. larrn 42 Itates Uvasouable, Fine Water. notico In order that anyono who knows F.J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. Ky., We, the undersigned, hare known F J. Cheney of a dcfcctlvo child of suitable con- for tho itt 1.1 years, ad Iwller hliu tierleetly The most rentrally located and only honorahlel i all business transactions and tlnancl dition to bo taught, now growing up in ally aide to carry out aur obllgitlunsuiada by their Ignorance, may get tho benolit of what nrm West a Tri ax. Wholesale Iiruntsts, Tolrdo, o. To alt of mv customers for their llbenl the Stato so freely otfers. Wiimxn. Kis.sa tMism. Whol.siU liru. and prompt payments nnd lioi PIKST-CLiiS- S 1 FOR SALE. gl ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY Barbae BEHZLEY HOTEL, Uiuls-tsrlll- e, I AM TSsAKTTJX s . $Wt laVTI . mwy "MM1 mmm m4W IMa- able-bodi- ed m LIFE The y, -- INSURANCE. Mason Hotel lirst-clus- Soutnern Railway Penny's Drug Store. m Just Like a Mill. ls Milp-stuf- f, he-ca- J.C.rVIcCjjAJy Cars J CHICAGO Oot. men-of-wa- FALL FESTIVAL 512. H. RUPLEY, UNDERTAKES,! rimnnpi bo-fo- Merchant 1 Elec-trle- ail's. sinfc.'t.li.is'.-.Ll,- mifmr t I,! ,d lwji ., 4 'irT4r4w VL.VJ&lV' mmm