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Vitnoy bouRht yesterday' pound heifers at 115 nlno 62ft1 M.J.Fnrrls bought JO clvci yesterday at )1. to 20. T. I Tiittlo sold to O. 1. UufTman 12 heifers at M tu 31c. James ltcsboujrht In llnckcastlu n bunch o( (at ho?s at Mc. W. W. Lon sold to II. II. Crow 33 yonrllncs nl He. fancy W. 0. Floyd sold to Jonas Wclhl hero yesterday Itt plain steers at 3Jc. feeding cattlo 60 oxtru for salo. Dr. II. Held, Stanford. Two pu'o bred Herkshlro boars for sale. John H. Foster, Stanford, Ky. Two lfi.hund mules and bunch year-lin- e steers for ialo. W.C. Floyd, Anol. W. It. Towincy sold to C. M. Jonc ono extra Rood inaro mulo coll for $55. James Kambo sold to Oeorjja Taylor hit Macro farm near Klncsvlllo for 875-iou1,000-pound Don't fallto huar Sam .lonos on Oct. IStb, and Alf Taylor on Nov. 1st. On Saturday another young demo. hero cral began his earthly career nt W. It Cook's. Dr. H. M. Grant heard Messrs. Goc- bcl und Hlackburn ut Ilrodhead nnd ho says thut nuirly everybody was tor Goobel. Mr. VsIj. Lnwson, ono of tho county election commissioners, to refused serve and Mr. J. W. Flowers, n very worthy man. was appointed to 1111 the vacancy. Mr. W. G. Anderson received a from J. Itoo Young, announcing that Hryan will speak In Richmond on thb 17th. Garrard will furnish a full mes-sago ed. delegation. Itav W. S. Grlnsleud will preach at I'arly in tbo morning sturdy On Sunday afternoon Alex. Gill fired tbu Methodist church tonight. from every section of Itockcastlo tlvo shots at Wm. Duster In Iigan The president has decided that Iho and many from other counties begun to town, the last ball passing through tho left leg. I loth nro colored and Hunter last of thu lho Thursdays In November pour In and long before tho train bearTOO. shall be Thanksgiving day. ing Senator Goobel and Mr. Uluck arof itves In Danvllla. Attend Itlchard Cobb, Sr ', salo Klder George Gowou will preach at rived thu platform was crowded with At Caldwell .V Ijinlor's, Danville, lock and farming; Implements ThursDon't buy until you see us. you not only havu tho largest stock of tho Christian church ut Hubble Sunday men, women und children, nnxlous to day noxt. 12th. morning. see the much persecuted and ubuccd I). D. boots, shoes, hats, trtinKs, vnllscs fee, It. If. Wraroti & Son sold to Walnut Street Haptlsl church, Louis- man. After an excellent dinner at tho to select from, but tho lowest price to Iloluclaw n ireldlnt: for 800 and to G. pay ville, Is celebrating its goldcu jubllcu Frith Hotel the above gontlemcn drovo after you select. I. Ramsey ono for sold to John K. At Ilryauuvlllo, on Saturday nltfht, this week. to tbu fair grounds whero they wero T. C. McDowell has Tho Courier speaks very compli- greeted with prolonged uppluuse. A Virgil Mulllns shut James II Fry d chestnut Madden tho & Co., L.' through tho heart, death resulting In mentary of tho now Methodist pastor stand had been erected In front of tbo 136, Oily, Splrltuellc, for 83,000. stantly. A coroner's Jury found a ver- alTuylorsvllle, llov. W. S. Grlnstead. amphitheatre and It was from this tbey John S. May sold to llccchcr Smith dict stating thut fact. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mctcalf pre- spoke. Tho Mt. Vernon band, assisted Tho troublo re his residence and a sovon aero lot for sulted from n gutno of craps. I loth arc sented to tho Wilmoro Methodist Suu-da- y by sureral members of tho Stanford Journnl. II. 82,000. Somerset band, furnished good music. school n beautiful library case. colored and havo been In trouble beW. It. Cook, of Uarrard, sold to Senator Goubel's speech was along Mulllns was lodged In jail Sat- Jessamine Journal. fore Gcorco and John Mcltobcrts, of Dan- urday night. Kldcrs J. G. Livingston nnd A. J. thu Hues of tho.--o delivered elsewhere, cattlo at 4c. ville, 20 Metsrs. Itoblnson and Swlnobroad Daughertcn's meeting ut Crab Orchard but u gentlemun who hus beard him a Joslah Anderson sold to Uurnsldo A tell mo that 200 scats havo already has resulted so far In 12 additions. It dozen times told mo that It was tbo best a pair of steers for $110, and to will eontinuc through this week. , ono yet. He Is holding up wonderfully calves at been tuken at 70 cento, to hear Itev, Jako Itoblnson clicht wcanllnc nishop Hotter, of tho Prostcstant well under his hard work and looks bum joues on mo istli. They ask mo $18. to say to tbqlr old Lincoln county Kplscopal church, Is going to the Phil- every Inch a winner. Mr. Ulack's speech Walter Torhuno bought 17 two year-ol- d ippines to look over tho Held, with a wus tho subject of much "favorable 815, und friends that they had better tuko ad mules of Wm. Itoblnson at van Lugo of this opportunity, before It view of inaugurating mUslounry work. comment. After tbu speaking tbo two 73 mulo colts, of different parlies, ntan Tho pastor of the Baptist church re gentlemen wore driven to the Albright Is too late to hear ono of tho most ut average of 821. Hnrrodsburjr Demotractive lecturers on tho continent, quests us to announco thut bis subject Hotel, where hundreds of people called crat. for next Sunday's discourse will be ou them. A splendid supper wus spread, scats by mall J. M. Ilobcrw sold to J. M. Illjrtrln-bolha- and orderDuncan and Lt. I'arra havo "Tho Kternal Punishment of Those after which the Senator und Mr. Black Capt. 07 cnlvcs and of Lancaster, & prepared a soldiers' memorial, two feet Who Died In Impenitence." Let every accooipanled by the band and a largo ycarllue at $20; to l'rlcu Uro., of Garnumber of 13 redhead, Ml. Vernon and square, handsomely framed aud lllui one hear this sermon. rard, 20 at 817.&0 and to J. C. Hays 42 t rated, containing tho names of their Tho M K. conference at Glasgow, Is otuor gentlemun, went to Livingston, ycarllnirat815. appealed to by Gcorgo F. Campbell, where they spoke that eight. Another salo company, which enlisted In tho Span Seo nollco of tho Mg Shorthorn Uh war. It Is to bo hung In tho coun- who was expelled on complaint of his largo and enthusiastic crowd greeted of Cobb It Ullard and tbu salo of tho ty clerk's ofllco and will bo a Siting wife, who is now In an Insana asylum. them and the gentlemen again did Sprlnjr Hill Stock Farm and stock by tribute to their memory. They should Ho alleges she was demented when tho credit to themselves and tbo cause of T. L. .V V. II. Llllanl. They will democracy. be cherished moro highly tban tho elo charges woro preferred. Nor. 14 and 15. Chairman It. L. Drown was as happy Ho was oxhoneratcd und reinstated. doublo stan- quent statesmen who only talk of pat Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis is now the most Tippecanoe, 10123030, a riotism, without manifesting It in a Tbo program of tho Lincoln county as a big sunflower ui tho success of tbo cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optic:! dard Foiled Durham, to bo sold at practical Christian cooperation, to bo held hero day. He is the right man for the posi scieneu. i. wisu iu say iu luu XiUiucs lutii manner. Cobb & Llllard's salo, Nov. 14, traces tion of campaign chairman and democV4 crosses. Where A good crowd heard Judgo Gcorgo Oct. 25, Includes addresses by Kldcrs his pcdlKrec back to James M. Allen, Joseph Sovoranco, racy will not sutler as long as ho Is at Denny last Friday and, from a repub Is the roan who can do It? JohnT. Urown, Joseph Ilallou, J. G. the head of It. Ho v. A.J. Pike, ''DanJust received a large stock of the very Tho owner of Horalma Jjavo driver lican standpoint, ho made a good Livingston, II. J. Pinkerton, C. E. nie" Owens, J. II. Dunn, It. S. Martin, when ho scecb, free from abuso and wild as Gus Macoy three $1,000 bills, It. U. Hamm, Fulllns and Will FranPowell, Goo. W. Kemper and II. C. won tho futurity with him. Another sortlons. lio referred to tho Chinn will bo reports from cisco, J. II. Albright, James Marct and won heavily on tho schoolbook bill, tho McChord railroad Garrison. Thero gentleman, who tho churches, remarks on them, volun- F. L. Thompeon wore greatly pleased 11,000. bill and tho Goebol election law as dan Patterns never sold in this locality beforo have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitrace, prceontcd Macoy with teer talks, report of committees and with tho results und wure smiles which able fur framing from the simplest photograph to the most elahornto paintings. F. Iteld has bought recently 73 year- gerous and subversive of good govern by A. almost covered their fuces. treasurer and live minutes talks " mouldings speciay for suitable Among tho lot is tho New French ling stcerB at $22.50. Ho sold to Illi- ment. Ho seemed to bo forgetful of D. Hoot, W. L. MeCarty, H. U. King Tho republican blow out at Mt. Ver- delicate pictures. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that renois parties Oil yearlings at 4o and 00 tho fact that tho election la 'was ennon, with George Djnny us tho main quire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call aud eco us and get our prics. We und Dr. W. M. Doores. There will bo feeders to bo welched this week, at 4!c. acted to prevent corruption, which it dinner on the grounds und tho pro- attraction, didn't do whut tho rads had will save you money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllce, Danville, Ky. week nlno Is sure to do. Ho asserted that Mr. last Ho bought W. Allen hoped, I. o. tuko uwuy tho crowd. As Btnndsrd bred trotters by Goebol was against tho L. & N. rail- gram committee Itevs. F. and J. G. Livingston promiso a rich Harvo Dunn remarked: "It benefited such sires as Axlcll, and sons of Georgo road, when In fact, ho Is a great friend spiritual us by ridding us of u fewof tho tougher feast to all who attend. of railroads, and only wunts them placOnward. Wilkes, l'rlncops and element. Our crowd wus all wo could Of ed under certain restrictions to pro-vejubilee convention of tho ChrisTho This year's corn crop will bo ono wish." Certainly It was a most orderly oxccsslvo freight rates, just as a tian church will meet in Cincinnati, ono. tho largest In our history," said SecreFor nice new It Is to bo oau of tho larg Wilson, who limit Is placed upon tho rato of Inter- Oct. Roy, A. J. Plko is a preacher who tary of Agriculture James held In is a very warm supporter of Senator In Chicago Willi mo prcstuunuai est, which Is conceded to be a good lnw. est gatherings of tbu kind ever Is Dry Goods and Motions, the Xewest Things in 20,000 Gocbel and ho Is doing good woi k for party. "Tho total yield, ll Is estlmat-n.- Hrcaks like thesa conld havo been ans- this country, with from 10,000 to nnd wered by any democratic speaker. Hut delegates expected to be present. Tbo him. He Introduced him at Livingston 2,300.000,000 xiccktics, CollarSjCulTs, Shirtsand Undcrwill bo between " f.no.000.000 of bushels. There will bo tho colored population and a number of lurco Music Hull bus becu secured for und eulogized him In most fitting terms. w car of all Kinds, for Big, Littc, Old plenty for manufacturing and feeding whites swallowed thorn as true, simply most of tho meetings, with u number Mr. Pike has very little p.itlonco with and Yotuig. Latest Stylo Shoes nnd o will have moro corn to sell because they havo not been taught to of ebureho for tho overflow meetings. tho Ilev. II. It. Coleman, who is trying dlrcrlmtnulo botwecn sound rcuson Tho growth of this church has been to oxtort money to "Slump out Gocbel-lanybody wants to buy. I'or Ladles, Men, Girls and Hoys. Tlio very latest thing In Clothing. 15 than phenomenal. From a small beginning yjars' expedience In taking measures anil I can lit uuy old shape. I will und Is about as hard on that There woro nearly and a fallacy. COUNT D.Y bo glnil to furuUli you any day lu the year suitable goods at bottom prices as our own Klder Joseph Ilallou Is. On Sulurduy at I) a. m., the spirit of 75 yeurs ugo It has grown to bo 1,100,000 market yesterday 1,000 cattlo on tho It has 10,000 congregations In Thero Isn't a bolter in llockcnstlo, - strong. and tho supply was much greater than Mrs. Mary Hlkln, relict of Mr. VCich- this country alone, and 0,000 ministers, tho Jcmand. Hardly half of them urlah Hlktn, passed to a purer und u 40 colleges nnd universities, and u num- well Informed democrats told me, and tho usual will como out chanced hands and cattlo men agreed moro congenial abode, uftcr a lingerber of the leading religious journals of that tho market watt 25 cents oil on tho ing Illness, in tho 73d year of her uge. tho United States uro edited by Its almost to a man and vote. "Tho party hundred. Jones & Uro., of I'ulaskl, Funeral services wero conducted by mombers. Tho C. W. li. M. workors Is in fluo shape," said F. L. Thompson, "and jou'll hear good reports from distuned of CO calves and two year old Kid. C. H. I'owcll at tho Christian will havo charge of tho meetings Montho at 815 for the former ami $17.50 for Car-to- church on Sunday ut 3 1'. , a large day. This society last j ear rulsed 870,. Rockcastle." Kdltor James Maret Is r crowd being present und tho rermon hitting some hard licks for democracy Samuel nishop and J. M. litter. 000, but this year It has gone boyond In his Signal und otberwlso und llko sold John S. Murphy IS extra good being full of pruetlcul thought and amount they started out to Mr. Thompeon thinks Rockcustlo Is ull of thu poro und noble traits of 800,000, tho yourllugs ut 830, J. J. MeCulI, of That combines beauty aud at tho beginning of tho year. It right. sold u lot of steers ut lo and tho deceased. On tho gruvo at tliu ralo comfort with convenience, is Jumulea, India and Stanford was woll represented at tho sold to J. T. cemetery un ubunduuuo of ruro llowers has workers lu one of our well made, easy holfers ill?, F. 1. lllshop Mexico. In tho United Slates lt bus barbecue. It was u long drive, but and elegant Surreys. It is Carson 12 cnlves at 81S, J. II. Smith In oxqulsilo designs wero deposited by established Hlblo chulrs In a great those who mudo It felt amply rcpuld for unexcelled for workmanship, HIgglnbotham omo calves weeping friends und relatives. Deceas sold to U. T. durability and comfort, und will many leading colleges and universities, tholr trip und will go uguin when Ilrodgivo moio satisfaction fo' gee-crat 820 nudto Frank HolUelaw u holfer ed leaves three sous, It. I... uud Garret, and Is utdlng mUolou boards In about head oiters such an uttractlon. Tho family use than other carfor $33.00, J. T. Kmbry bought six of this pluco, und Dr. W. S. Klkln, a tho Stntes. Tho jear jut ladles wero present in largo numbers riage msdo. Wo are Bellini,' mulo colts ut 122.00 to 835 und U. F. prominent physician, of Atlanta, Ga. most prosperous und many of them brought bouquets closed bus been tho them Cheap and Fast. Faulconor, of Danville, u number ut For many years sho was a devoted Its orgunUallon. lor benutor uooooi, who by tho way llgures. It. L. Hubblo bought worker In tho Christian church und since tho sitiuo & B. threw a bouquet or so at them. ulways hud a kind word for everybody, six ugod mules at $00 to 880. Stanford, Ky. AI'MOUnt'l. IIIA'NDEII Opp. Among tbo muuy who sat through Sho was u peacemaker und ubhorred Will uftm rauM s liurrlble Hutu, Ml J, Cut or Mltr. tbeUl lu llrulw. lluiUcn'i Why oxpoiluifiit on yourself with rem- hlo hablt.of tattling und backbiting. It worM. will kill On Arnlfs sml ouiptly liU tbo both speeches und yearned for moro of It. l'lu doubtful utility when you can was frequently suld thut if sho fulled to Cures lllil Sorw. I m rxjr, I'lrrrs, Hulls, lelon., tho good doetrlno was big hearted Will edies of hi which onter tho abode of auguls, no ono need Corm, alliwil Uriii'lloii.. IWt I'tleiureou nrib. O. Mulllns, thun whom there Is no betget Chstnbcr'ald'a Cough Homed, lux. Cur suariulwl. MJ by Only ii ter democrat. Hq had the houor of attempt to do so. It was uUo said thut 1'fiiuy Drum1'. has stood the tut of '.lino? Twenty-fiv- e casting Rockcastle's vote for Sonutor have proven that rem In her there was no guile, and, as Kid. years' sale und t.o Half rates to Iudlunupolls aud re- Goobel uud is an urdent admirer und edy to be a prompt and certain euro for Geo. Gowon, ono of her warmest turn via tho O. II. & D. lty.. on Oct. lll euiea cold in a day If friends, remarked: "Her expression, 2Jd and 2lth, limited to tho 20th for re- supporter of that gentleman. Tbo colds. It are trying to get him to run taken as soon as tho cold has been con- alone, indicated that sho bold daily turn, on uccouut of tho mooting of tho democrats tracted and before It has Bottled in the and eloso communion with God." Carriugo Hullders1 National Associa- for representative uud If ho consents, H These expressions wero used during tion. Call on your uearost C. U, &. D. is goodbye Huthurum and Tottuu. He system. Bold by Craig ! Huclror. Ojuld beat them bands down. ' s hor life und after her deuth ullke. agent for full particulars. Mr. Hen 13. Mcltobcrts, of Klizavlllo, Tho Kentucky Distilleries k Waro . . s of tho jaos for tho illicit Tho trial Ind., who Is visiting his father, Mr. houso Company has notified tho distil MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS THAT lllimilMMi UKAUAClir. salo of liquor was continued from lories of Kentucky of their ullotmont beard tbo iiulilly liars yuu, If you umJ Dr. Klug ' Gcorgo T. Mcltobcrts, tafym Wednesday until Friday, whou ono UtWvuU lllU. Thouiti.il of aurlrnn liars woud Ufa 3 trtlni on Sunday. speeches and enjoyed thorn as much us for tho year. In ull, 100,300 barrels, or 4 trilns every wttk-diy- , lor Cleoro .Uutnbcr, was dis- I lie! r ui.tchloM merit'Ur Mik aud Nerroui urnea ease against blooj aud (flung 'I bey iuik 0,220,100 gullous, will bo made. of us. H. W. nd Wsgoer Sttepcrs Laiy to lU. lir them, the rest posed of by tho jury's failure to ugreo, and build ui your I. ml lb, VcttiUilcd on night trains. Alouejr baikUiuil cured, bold by (lul) 1 trior Cars ou day trains. COUOIIKU 2 YKAHS. In u typhoon ull but 10 of a cargo of because tho only witness for tho town, l'tuuy, prumUU , i. . I suffered 23 )uurs with a cough, and woro Mr. Church, was to receive part of tho 028 valuable army pack mule tuliu ivcry 0 ttalna ry wck-i- r Tho Mallory Lluo steamer Leona, spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and CHICAGO while eo routo to tho Philip- Quo, und the only witness for tho do killed 4 trains oo Suoiiy to INDIANAPOLIS!4 3 If Aim o Sunday to consisting of tobacco aud for medlcluo to uo avail until I ued ur. by pitch- fenso was tho defendant ulw60lf, who with a cargo pines. They woro killed llell'n Thla reimulv Vcttlbukd tralnt, fcUndtrd kikI CytupaUmeut 8,000 bates of cotton valued at $300,000, ing of vessel and lauk of air fiom nuo was, of couro, Interested, and who burned aud sank at lu wburl In East I luukuj weak lungs slruug. It bus aured lay 3Urpiug Ctrl, Tailor Ci, qq4 Cat Pining Cars, closing of batches. No casuul sworo that ho refused to sell Church cstary lite. J. U. ltoseU, UmuUhurg, III, ufay liquor. Church sworo that be trlvor, Now York, ties umouj? passengers. bought tho liquor, und tf tho fjet that DKMOCItACY'S DAY AT HltOD- ho was emplood t work up tho cao II HAD. Invalidates In testimony, then all deTho barbecue ut Ilrodhead Saturday! tective, who work up counterfeiting was a veritable democratic iovo feast gruvo offenses, nra not nnd nnd other tho good It did will bo seen when j worthy of bollof, buo.iuru they nro pild to do ll. Besides this, tho defendant A crowd estimated at from 1,200 to 2,000 admitted that ho was In tho hublt of partook of tho barbecued and selling liquor when ho swore that ho other good things, which meals wero In refused to soil to Church. If thut kind abundance, and heard splendid speechof proof will not convict them, they es by Kentucky's next governor und had as well be permitted to sell In thn Hon. James D. IJIack, who will bo gov court room, or at any other placo! crnor four year hence. Uoth speakers Capt. Hcrndon was spcclul Judge, W, wero In good form uud tholr J. Willlnms roprencntod the city nnd wero enjoyed from start to finish, efforts Judgo It, II. Tomllnson und J. I. Hamilton ,It.G. Williams nnd Attorney H L tho do'cudunt Other canes wero con Urown wore masters of ceremonies and inued until today, Monday. their talks Introducing the distinguish-- j cd gentlemen were highly compliment CHURCHES AND PflEACHEaS. ' , ' If our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. The Earth Belongs To DEWCY! And yet ho la not sntlsOril He says ho will never tm contented until ho peU a chance our Alio nrruy of at OVERCOATS, FALL SUITS, UNDERWEAR, NOBBY TIES. THB GLOBE, 'Phone thrco-ycar-ol- J. Frohman Danville. l. d SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAtG MOCKER. U-ave- THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. oc-e- ur THESE LENSES FLATTER. r) katest Designs "Flenr-De-Llj- JVJouldi'gs ld nt GO TO JAMES PRYE 13-2- 0. 1. - m" dl-vl- oo es JAMES PRYE, Hustonville. A Family- M-- Hock-castl- e, Carriage rid-Iii- al one-thi- rd K. Wearen Son, Oourt-IIous- 111 apPg&L Toledo, Detroit HtiJ-acut- a . week-dj- y 'niK.i njfcj ,, ir iiH t JlJaW ,." f .IjM . l-,- i s1i&Ff-'-"- dlffcrcnco does It mako if man onco, Senator Goebel was a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL oven If it bo truo that goldwas? Hobo-coptcho tho Chicago plntform ns tho and practice, was party's rulo Ky., Oct. io, 1899 appointed of fnlth of tho democratic Stanford. chairman campaign committee and not only did all ho could personally for the ticket, W. P. WALTON. but contributed 700 to nld In Its elec tion. The oppostion paper ore mnking a great ado over (.'iirusio a icucrs, DEMOCRATIC charging that Goebel wasn't always a I'or f!oTMnr, silver man, but tho arch traitor hurts WILLIAM OOF.IIF.L hlmsolf more than anybody clso by Tor UwtHiant Itutrrnor. rushing In to help defent democracyi .1. C. W. HKCKHAM. which inado him all ho was. A rotten Kor Attorney Ornt rat, egg shower would do tho old fellow n..I. IlItECKIXlUrfUK. for Auditor, good and he might get It if ho tried Ol'Sfi COULTKIt. now to address Kentucky, democrats. For TrMiurer, What d - TICKET. is saying or whero hi raying it, not ono voter In a hundred tocms to caro to know. Tho Taylor canvass .recalls tho remark about tho man who was winking at a pretty girl In tho durk. He know what ho was doing, but nobody duo did. Vet nobody pretends to doubt that Mr. Taylor will bo tho second mnn In tho race, nobody believes his voto will fall below that of tho popu lists or prohibitionists, or cvgn under that of Mr. Drown. Thuro aro some, indeed, who think ho may win. Hut If ha standi nnv chance, why is so llttlo attention paid to his canvas? One reason for this Is that bis speech con-- I ssts largely of un attack on' tho last Sprolnl Unlet. "Do j mi mako special rales to bridal parties?" nskcil tho Innoccnt-looklnj- r bridegroom. "yes," replied the honest hold clerk. "We always charge 'cm double rates." Ohio State Journal. No :: Kvory Department READY FOR FALL BUSINESS. . 1 S. W. HAOF.K. For Secretary of Slate, HKECK Suiwrlntemlf nt of Public Initructlon. UAKRY For MCCHESNEY. a HIM-F- or Coramllonf r of Aurlcultuir, C ft MU'lIORI). .NORTH. IOX II. XALL. For lUIlnttJ Conitnlsaloner. For KepreMnUtlte, 31. F- - "Heii Fox" Hkonston says ho wont support Goebel and demands that his natno be stricken from tho list. Ho evidently thinks himself tho wholo thin, but as ho Is not even the little end of It, his ravings will attract no attention save from tho squealers and tho republicans. i m 9 Looking for Squaire Meal. 20c coat SI. 25 First Cannibal How do you feel toADDITIONAL LOCAL. day? Ladles' Hurr, blsck, a 10 4 Gray or White lllnnkcls. b'econd Cannibal Great; Just like doE. H. Deazley tells us that ho and engaged Sam ing a llttlo missionary work. X. Y. bargain sll'.'ic, our prlco IBc good quality, Sara V. Menefco have 48c Jones to lecturo here during tho middle World. Heavy ribbed L'udcrwea.r for Men of November. Large slio Comforts, well made, Ilrfort- niectlnn. worth 1.60, our salo price First Politician The other sldo has Itluc, Ilrown and Crtam colored tc Notice to Taxpayers Your taxes moro boodle than we hate. per suit 08c duo. Plcosa call at my office and aro Second Politician Yesj I think Whito (.ullti, Manalllci.at OOc that tho minister indignantly spurned. It In the Courier Journal, bo Is as flno a scttlo at once. We aro needing the they'll carry the county by $10,000 Ladles' elegant (piallly Jernoy being called to tho stateHis attention money badly. S. M. Owens, sheriff. Puck. as an editor. lecturer Vest, silk trimming, well worth dOc, ment, Mr. Means has written a card 10 i dray or Whito Illaukcta, Onr Iimueatlca. our prlco The county court was quite busy denyliTg that Mr. Goebel went to him LI I CS. POLITICIANS AND PO 25c pretty borders, gooil weight, reguMistress You have no young man, yesterday, attending to routine busiwith such a proposition. On tho conQBc lar values 1 1. 25 Judge W. S. Pryor, says ho believes ness and making a number of orders I hope? Men's coloretl Umlcrwear, nicely trary, Mr. Means asked him toglvo tho Maid Oh, no, ma'am: he's 50 If he's n finished Vest and Pants, cheap at carpet, which ho said ho would do, Im- Goebel will carry the 6th congressional moro or less of general Interest. The day. Brooklyn Life. 10-7Sc per suit, our price for Shirt and posing no conditions whatever for the district by 0,000, and the 7th by 0,000. liquor license of A. A. Burns was a'.l wool lllankttf, regular in Louisville transferred to A. Newton and Dan HesTbo registration And llelonaeil to Her Father. gift and saying nothing about advertis Pants - .Oh 480 I3.o0n.uallly,nle pries Hewitt Do you like pointed toeU ing tho fact or supporting him politi- amounts to about 42,000, of which tho ter was denied license because Kingt-vlll- o Is within two miles of Pleasant shoos? cally. Mr. Means says he Is a prohibi- democrats have a majority of a third prrparetl tit I pcnion than erer to tueot tlo want of our many .Jewett Not when they are pointed 't arc Point church, and there Is a law protionist and bas no further Interest in or more. toward me. N. Y. World. patrons In tho General Wilson, who hibiting tho sale of liquor for that dis seo that truth and tho matter than to justice prevail. "Mr. Goebel's course Is now president of Washington & Lea tance. L. G. Gooch qualltlcd as adminAmhlcauaa. Mr. Saphed Will you tell me your throughout," ho adds, "was manly, University, is said to be ncarlng death istrator of M. H. Morgan, Moses Coffey of John Tombs and Mrs. Mary Suttka candid opinion of me. Miss Kcno? straightforward and without the shad- from consumption. Miss Kcne I hnvo no opinion of you, Somerset has a Goebel club 400 of her husband, Michael Suttka. ow of moral obliquy." And thus is Mr.'Snphcd. Judy. another lie by one who seems anxious strong. V. P. Smith Is president and Dee Baker acted as his own law- Department. We extend to you nn Invitation to coins and looV throuli our te k to take the record from tho prince of Dr. J. M. Owens, who used to bo a The I'nhlclc I'hlloioihrr. yer before the Federal court In Loulsis vice president. I And as through the world I walk liars, nailed. It is a wonder tbatjieoplc vlllo and was acquitted of selling liquor The ccneral eritt Is tht 'un; even with a small degree of decency Rev. L. & N. Coleman's Ther are so many who can talk bo asked the first Mr. Goe- unlawfully. When will listen to such rot as Hallam, Judge Saulsbury, entertained Tht no one wants to llatsn. him sell any whisWashington Star. Both bo and hts witness did be seo bel at MIddlesboro. Sweeney and Owens dish out to them. ky and gave blm a "savigrous" looVi wife are warm admirers of Mr. Goebel. be quailed and said "No" acd the . . niJPF.RjilO.W. . The law made It compulsory on SecOwensboro Messenger. Tlic,Chcaw-- t Home In Town other witnesses were equally as much retary of State Flnlcy to put the demomost of bis cabi- cowed. Deo Is a brother of Tom Baker, Tbo president and cratic ticket first on the ballot, because net were In Chicago yesterday at the It cast tho most voles at the last elec- corner laying of the new Custom House. who was assassinated at Manchester, & CO., tion, or be might hsfe given the Their swinging around tho country and laid in jail hero a year or two. ANI)I)0l'nLrSTANI)RI) POLLED S. T.D. HANKY, Manager. Baker's liberty was of short duration, Brownies first place. A9 it is he helps has been a continual ovation. however, for be was immediately arBranch stores at Klitabethlown. Ktkiiin, Owemboro, Sho'hwllle. Versailles, Ilardj- his party's allies all ho can by giving As between Goebcllsm and L. & N. rested for tbo murder of Wm. White To clo.o our p.irtncrtil; wo will soil 01 town, Hupkimville, Madlon?Ie,Morgantield, Cleorgctown, Ky ,UlarksTille,Tcnn. them second place, when by all law and precedent tho republican ticket is en- railroad Ism In tho conduct of public in Clay county, ond taken to Barbour-villTUESDAY, NOV. 14th. '99, titled to It. Tho secretary Is being affairs, a large majority of tho people J5 Our entire herd of Shorthorn 10 females knows of Kentucky prefer the former, and criticized for his action, but ho and lu runliw. They are Yoiiric Mnry. Roo BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, of (liaron, KlrluTlnKtoo, his master's business and Is evidently will so declare one month from today. t'otcli nnd Loulsvlllo Times. Wi will hImj sell ntxmt 100 acting on orders from Taylor, who wants W. Perrln sold to J. H. Baugh-ma- n tired to reensoJones, chairman of J. & Co., 1,200 bales of hay in the Choice.hulls. Kilo willllelfcrt. raulrnucr'a .Ms. Senator James K. to show his appreciation of his aid tered b ut ' lu Mmdu Klrulergnrtrn. tho democratic National committee, field at 40c per 100. ciety. Sale Wglru at 12 o'clock, noon. Write for Gen. IlAltDlN(denlcs tbo story print- returned from Europe Sunday much COIIII A I.II.I.AHII. A royal decree was Issued In Eng- catalogue. In health. Ho says Bryan Haiivllle. Ivy ed by the Louisville Dispatch that be improved land authorizing tho calling out of tho 1000 had declined the invitation of tho dem will be the democratic nominco in reserves and summoning Parliament SPRING HILL STOCK FARM ocratlc campaign committee to speak and he is sure to win. to meet Oct. 17. James Harlan, last survivor of Lin 'for the, ticket and says it is a caso of Tbo L. fc N. railroad was refused a itmsAi.i: coln's cabinet, died at Mt Pleasant, rehearing In tho celebrated McEwan "nobody asked you sir, sho said." In 1855 he was elected to tho sen case, in which Miss McEwan was givla. that he would tender his will, ell to the Mghtt lfnoloM.rlMtir, Of Lvery Description In 1801. In 1865 be CI bldJtr oil if he desired to speak, tho com ate and en damages of $12,000. resigned to become secretary of tbe In mittco doubtless waited for him to sigAt a family reunion with Gilson Wednesday, Nov. 15th, ljrlnK In llojle county nify bis Intention, and it Is waiting yet. tcrlor In Lincoln's cabinet. : Power and wife, Owlngsvllle, 187 chil- Our fjruu,itul 6 iiiiln fruii .Mmiknl un4 mllx from DanTiile Itourllle A Doubtless Judge Denny made a great dren, grandchildren and while Hardin's chances to get In the ManfoM'lurr.Ue,ali4 uillet troiu Junction V mrnlke Tlim t.ofinn., wuKlnlug el speech at bis old Lancaster band wagon are slipping fast away. were present. about ISO acrrt of c ry rli li auil itikIuciIto Und, tre well fwwl and His futlure to get uboard will hurt blm borne, but it's a governorship against u Leo Van Meter, wlfoo' uvlloiially Mrs. Solomon ror mure tlun fifty yean, notary public commission that be the democratic nominee to the Legis- tlitniirnua wkolt, and be our fitlur owned moro than It can hurt anpbody else. wi, iblrlty cattle ir didn't hold up as tho most heinous of lature from Fayette county, died as tbo vran we .railiiK ami fading una bulnr tight Was never in Stanford. Infanta' Full Slit. Children's Dm Shoes bate continued the and Bill Owens, the professional gamb- crimes tho filling of the other fellow result of a surgical operation. bareaiurtd no ului In addlus tulle Krtlllly cf and Scluxil 8lioe., Ladies' turns and welt soles, light wcJglit calf skins, the land, and lla conienlemw foi builun. It la ler who is to help purify politics, made when ho Is doing his level best to kill now alt In grata raoept al.ut 7J "Kid" Lavigne, until recently Old Lnilin Wool-linuMioes. lEuliliers to lit tlicni all air. Urna one lue lni.rutenicnt a speech ut Franklin last week and tho you. Loulsvlllo Times. Ibrre boxing champion of tbo world, wlib araiaiity lur IXI wuaiitolul fcullue rlt! anj hud way tbo Favorite roasts blm must mako u4lcd Willi cutler, cum ciuibrr, Chairman Young, of tho democratic was knocked out in tbo 10th round by Ac, Hie uibrra windmill, are for hura aud luiplciuenta 'I he ID oven that thick skinned creature writhe atclt xalnadd mm li to the coiifrnlrmv ot the State central committee, basing his George McFadden in New York. farm. There boiiM-a- , and squirm. Owens' vllo vituperation two of thru thr.e Kclse Burton was killed, Sum Heed iti.id, ordinary huux. tenaut prediction on Tuesday's registration, the third a on Use built of a man, tbo latchet of whoso shoes be Krdm. baa lomua, said that Goubcl's majority will bo was probably fatallv shot und two of laal year for truckoutbuilding, four cuu be rUiein, I tall aud other and dd Is not worthy to unloose, Is ono of the with lu acre of Und 'lhe dwelling U a ..., Ho believes It will exceed Shack- Burton's brothers were wounded iu a many disgusting features of a campaign ihu, iii mini iwu'iiory elford's majority, for two reasons tbo school elcc'.lon tight li Morgan county. roouu, iMtitry lath room andwill, CGiuainina u Ml.Un u'.d !l made execrable by tho purlficatlonlets, wlib but and cold water from uiiUIIiuk aumuy, two activity of tbo Goebel following and tbo Flro at Huntsvlllo, Ala., destroyed an lauu hall., under whom houw wbrreor-ewho, having no arguments to advance, '? Wl biuhela of aweet and iriali leilalm Indifference of tho republicans. u antlro block. Two livery stables, la't wlntir. iv. i resort to the meanest and most coward. lrit haaalwaya tho houiorxMt url.rlti.ihv 111 wire it keM In immdid reiuir James E. Klrby, a leading republican residence und several business houtcs and. ry li la ly personal abuse. a ilitirable hump, rnnon of Bell, introduced Senator Goebel at wcro burned. Thu loss Is about $75,000. wr.luu lour miieaol the tdui acultWa ed ".e and V loual advauiatfaof Ml llamllle IheediKatlonal outre of Keulurlcy On account of u bud fracture of his MIddlesboro and 6ald that Senator A not wuvo swept over California The.""S a(naunlalulut-hliuiiuiieuunia aud ankle, whllo on duty in Indianapolis, Goobol's advocucy of Issues which had Sunday. The mercury In San Francis- the IMairca l)lnj aloinriide, a'd lining a tenant huuw aud one. of itieMrna mentioned, will lw,, Col. K. l'olk Johnson Is laid up for sev- moro than racro political significance to co registered from 103 to 115 In tho together, or riawely, accuidlu lo the bid whhli OO o o o moat money. eral months, He Is at his home now tho poor man, had convinced him that shade, tbo minimum for the day being briuga willalaoullour live atink and lmplemeiila, o We in Loulsvlllo, to which hu was brought hu ought to and would glvo tho demo 1)2.3. II Miliar .Mulea, 10 bead ut hoiwa UaUa. i o 4 audojtura old. 3 Juiumi all In hul.aUmt I Friday. If tho sympathy of tboso of cratic nominco bis voto and support A syndlcuto has been unearthed at iliua will lwotlerr.1 II not aold While, aim alum 1SI o nun Kruno hts friends who know bow It Is them- and tbat many republicans fell as ho Montevideo, Uruguay, which has bcon ed bburthoruiMioruiorii iiellna. all bird lo ItivUi r o bulla o A I'U aUKk oflarmluii liuplnuenta. In selves from buv'.ng Buffered a llku mis did and were wcurlng Goebel badges. poor pcoplo and Insuring tho lives of iul o luiludli'K a Waulia ivf tbrlil new Ml'ib-el- l fortune, could aval), tho dear old felWatjoua.aud I Maiket irardeuci'a Mr. Bryun's Itinerary In Kentucky then murdering them to get tho Insur- moat new i'al o ltludera, a irerioj( alula Chaiuido., low would bo out long ahead of tlmo is as follows: ance, o fultlvatorn, iMniora, ,c , .la Wm a foiu.lri and without tho suffering incident to for muket iiurdcntr, couilitiuir of I'uljlo Oro Tbe warships Brooklyn, Now OCTOIIBlt 10. KOIt l'lowa, haab, Ac tho uccldent. About Corn, leans, Nashville and Badger havo been about 7urm of Hay and l( not aold Mure, o Bardwell, 0 a. M. .'.umiulnuf o ordered to proceed to tho Philippines Mayfield, 10:15 a. m. 'lertna madi known on day of bale, It Is said that tho bunks and lnur o ut onco. Throo of the vessels will go ri.ie Uviua at o'llo. k, Benton, 12 m. unco companies of loulsvlllo aro or w ii. u i.i. win. o through tho Suez canal. Hopklnsvlllo, 2:30 i. M. Mr. Goebol andhopo ganizing to defeat o Oils, TIIK l'LOOl) TJIi: OF Grunt's command drovo tho InGun. Centrul City, 7 i M. by a big corruption fund to do ho. But o surgents from tho entire- west bank of o OCTOHER 17. they ro reckoning without their hosts, o tbo Iruus rlvor. Threo Americans Frankfort, U A. M. Tbo ticket beaded by Mr. Goebol Is out ' were wounded und 10 Filipinos were llua fcullu unit It will IikmuhcIii voluinud.iy ' o Versailles, 10:40 A. M. to beat such trusts and combines and by duy, u thu weutlivr geU collier OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOQQ It killed in tho engagement. Lexington, 11:50 a. m. tho moru their activity in politics is trlppliv und udiU uruund tho lt Tho N. U. N. cattlu ranch in Lub2:15 1'. M. I mora certuln is democracy's Mt. Sterling, shown the ut kectloiia of our atom triumph. bock county, Texas, bus been sold to u Richmond, 4:15 1. M. South Dakotu furmer for 150,000. Thu Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,' Stanford, (l:.'10 i. M. That u prophet is not without honor ranch contains 400,000 acres, und In- l'uriilhlii; (loods, Ac . beglu Ui sl,i,w .lem, ' OCTOIIEft 18. save In his own country Is shown ugaln cluded in tho sale wero 22,500 cuttle ofiictlrllv- - We uru lilfu.lni. mtrona. Harrodsburg, 0 A. M. In Knox. That Is Matt Adams' home, Hon. D.J, Brewer Justkc of U.S. Supreme Court. run huvu liettcr aUvertlu-mvn- t tliuii WEBSTER At tbo homo of "Gracdmu" Buck, at .tore I'riceauim uwuure tho Shclbyvlllo, 11 A. M. says i "1 commend It to all us tho ouo .Treat stand. yet there can bo found but four men Stan- iiw I unl . Vanluo, wus held a family reunion that wiirii ..1. ii. i. .in .iki.... ii...only onualn t ..- -v ..... ,.w. n.u. iui.i .iiu wi'i.im;ui Loulsvlllo, 12:20 1. M. authority.": INTERNATIONAL who will follow tho old bolter out of . ir.ni ieuu io our iloor Nolo tin. II excli Iu tho eaao with which tho eye finds tho was prouaoly tuo tnoi wonucriui OVCr Sanders. 6 l. M. tbo democratic party. wont sought In accuracy of uoflnltloiu In iBecU DICTIONARY " tlm Immj hold In Oli n. from un avo rduno s ""'" "'. they luuku " 'storu uiem tuo Covington, 8 1'. M. why our of IreruethoaioriiiillcutliiKiironunelatloiii lu tfno 11 vu chll- - tliolr c',t lilnx uml alum mu ppl am. eomprehenalie taUmenU of facts auil In unit Hay THE report tbat Mr. Bryan was very The 1110H Imprcsalvo fuuturo of tho slundiioint Sho Is 81. Her practical uao us a working-- dictionary. of 10, ' will tell you tliut our low price cannot lw 111 Is dented. Ho was a llttlo out of campaign Is tbo small degreo of atten- druu, ull that arc. left of a fumlly iK'Hteii, uml tliut'a tbo kocrct of our fixttmtn ihum, te KiU o,, niiullfnHon. auoi'ii. no reuiiiin youra fur tho lowikt ptlci shapo from so much t peaking but ho Is tion attracted by tho canvass of Mr. tip tho scales at tho prodigious total of & C Mmlam Co., rubattwn. SpriagtUU, Mai, U. S. A. Tho smallest wolghs 2t)0 rpi TD Qf-pouon the stump again, iu Iowa, today. Taylor. Occasional rumors that como 1,717 pounds. nds tJ XVdLK.t3 U O und tho luteal U20. Tho dauj-h- Don't let anybody fjol you. Hon 111 bo In lead to tho belief that ho Is pretty I here on tbo 17tb, dead sure. iook for our hlj( b,u constantly ou tho stump, but what bo tor confesses to Wi. 1 y. 4 rr That Senator Goebel Is a man of peace Is shown by the fact that ho Is There Is nothing 100 small or low ono of tho signers of a petition to for Hallam to do or gay. In ono of his McKInley to offer the friendspeeches be tells that Senator Goebel President ly offices of tho U. S. to provont war went to Rev. Gcorjjo H. Means, pastor and tho Transof tho Scott Street Methodist church, between Great Brltalu Covington, and told him that If he vaal. would advertise tho fact and. support Mk. Charles Douns, ono of tho him politically he and his brother, the editors of tho Louisville Times, Is lectwould give uring on Cincinnati carpet dealer, "Tho Evidences of Immortal the church a new carpet, a proposition ity," and Judging by the extracts from democratic administration, which hui-peto bo that of tho L. & N. candidate for governor. Now, 0 tho I.. V N. Is well known not to favor It own candidate for" governor, It Is Impossible to arouso nny public Interest In a contro versy between tho sham candidate nnd tho real candidate of tho L. N. The pcoplo understand that 10 well that they decline to take any Interest In It, tho mora so as tho sham candidate re fuses to mako any reply to the attacks made upon his administration by the real candidate. Courier Journal. ns t Tlt-Blt- a. Unlit Drinker. Dress GihhIs, ijiiaks, tapes, Mihs, ljitjin and timid' Fnrnlfliliig ,'Trti Snli Yes, I do take a few drinks Mtulffc of nn ctcnlng, but none during the day. flooiN, Ct'infortssnil Itlnnkils, Men's snd Hoys' Clftliing, LnuWitiul ,Vrn Hats, nl the I am no dnj light drinker. abslcy No one oxer ncctiscd jott of belnf,' nny Kind of a light drinker. The lllvnl. I'nlnfnl llecnllrctliina. Mrs. Sllmdlct You don't seem to like rice very well, Mr. I'cck. Henry I'cck It n associated with one of the most distressing mistakes I Itlg liesvy r'Jceccd lined I'ndcr VcMec Fulls for little fellows from etcr wis guilty of. wear, elegant qtm'ity, would lie three to eight yeirs, coal hao Anyone Ought to Know. rlicap at 40c, our price 2Gc large sailor collars, Irlmmed In Mistress (to Nornh) Wlint must he light or dark color, plaid snd mixthe condition of n person In order to bo ed patterns, Ladies Fast Mack Cotton Hoto.TST In consecrated ground? $ to S3 OO burlol Xorah (In great surprise) Dead, llcfce lined, worth 20c, our prico Qc mum! Judge, I.aJltV fur trimmed Cnpet, 'JO In. long, good tbIius at fl 50, our price 98o Men's heavy lleece lined UnderII. The I'ltr Snodgrnss The world has a plaeo for wear, wild every where l f 1 60 suit. everybody. our prlco Mclntoth Coats, nice black, capo II. MIcawbcr Yes; the only trouble Is. coat, worth $2, tale prlco SI. 48 there's generally somebody clo In It. Misses' Union Suits Jersey Louisville Store. Tit-ltlt- C ribbed, nicely trimmed snd llnlnhed, would n bargain at SOc, our prlco Men's heavy Huhber, Fine duck, CLOAKS & CLOTHING w, The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY Sale of SfiortHorns WI!-IIAM- Proprietors. c. scotch-toppe- HlKli-Grai- .LADIE 1 lng scr-vice- ?, antl-Goeb- I I $ I I FOOTWEAR I I I I A Completer Stock d llght-wolg- ht fl 0. r K 'o I I I Styles the Latest, Prices the Lowest, Quality the Best. H. I I I J. M'ROBERTS. GO TO e ooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooo , Moberts, tlje Druggist, Drugs, School Books, FineStationery, Wall Paper, Paints and uui-11- 1 1'laii-tr- U rn &c, 11 FALL TRADE dlf-fe- i At The Lowest Cash Prices. ... .. l"t , , j. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfoku, Ky., K. - Oct. io, 1899 Manaowi. 0. Waltox, JUiuimepu Tub beet material combined wllh caro, skill nml accuracy Insure pood result. No othor methods nro over uod In our prescription work, l'cnny Uriii: Storo. I wilXbc In ray gallery In Stanford nil lhl week unrt will ho olad to make picture tor uny who muy Till will bo my lait week In Ilia irnllary horo. Coino nod I will do your work and jrlvo yon omctnlu? line. de-rlr- ,. J. Eurp, Photographer. PERSONAL AND MCIETY GOSSIP. Mil. I. H. PlIILLItM Is quite sick. H AVi: your coal hnulcd whllo It Is g Mil. ANI Mus. J. W, Ilni'T nro dry. J. II. Haughman ti Co. relative In Garrard und Itock-castlFoil ItKNT. Sovnn room residence, Josiiimi, ton of Mr. flunry lttnnkon. on Main street. W. P. Walton. hip, of Preaohersvllle, la very III with TWO rada, Dr. B. K. Underwood nnd typhoid fever. W. I). Johnton, aro down to speak hero Thomas Fkbnby, of Illchmond, Is Oct. 12nt7::tO. hero assisting hU unole, Mr. J. S. Klco, Tilt: circus advertising car wm litre In tho L. A: N. oltlce. Mil. Gisomn: T. MoUoiiiiuth enmo again yesterday and left many evidendown from Hrodhend yostordny to henr ces of tho coming of the show on tho 17th. Gov. MeCreary sKak. .Miss Annie Thiiihlk, of Junction It rained nearly all day Sunday, wot City, will come up today to be tin; gueat ting the ground so tho fanners couldn't of Mrs. W. A. Trlbble. work' and yesterday nil of them and a Mus. ki.iza Poutman will go to few moro wcro nt court. Ml. Sterling today to visit her daugh tor, Mrs II. It. Ilrlght. Calowbll & Lanier, Danville, keen Mil. W. M. Fields, nroprlotor of the best stock of shoes, hats, trunks tho Eight Gables Hotel at Livingston, and vallsci in this section nnd at prices Is down putting lu his whent crop of thut cannot bo duplicated. Call on vis-Itlno. PUMPKINS-- Mr. O. J. Crow .hipped to tho Kings Mountain Canning Co. KJ tho other day a car load of pumpkins' . 1. ...... I uvcrnircu nuout 'Mccarty will t can . w pounds W. L. thorn. , -- &tt$LXffitoJffl3fflGm& I 1 2 W Hoiuii:ij.-Il- ce McCownn. rccontlv moved to this county, was hero yoaterday looking for a follow who hnd robbed him of 8:'00 the night before. Ho showed where his poekol hnd boon cut open nrd It looked like the work of I n professional. I who OVERCOATS Wo have a big line of Overcoats nt rl?h S price!, Short Dross Coats nnd Ulster. from Richmond enys in somo countloi nnd n careful oll In others show that the 8th district will bIvc Goebcl 1.3.V) over Taylor. Moreer, Gnrrnrd nnd Ilock-castl- o aro tho only counties put In tho republican column nnd Lincoln Is cred ited with a democratic majority of 2o0. A lilsi'ATC'H that estimates WINTER SUITS Wo will sell you the best Winter Suit for ilO ynu ever saw. them. SPEAKING GALOKE. F. Mounts, of Foil ItKNT. Privately my Iioumj nnd gov. South Park, nre on a short visit to tho M't'UEAItY AND M. V. NOIITH KOIt James Hckicktt has moved hli brldu's mother, Mrs. Annlo S. Lanley, farm ntonce: 10 acres of ground to seed. (nmllv to Mlddlcsboro. Til K DEMOCRATS, sell household, slock, wagons, Will ATTOUSBY P. F. 8TILI.IN(13,of Lon- - tho llrrt visit sluce their tnarrlngc. Littlb Miss Hattik Ohndouw, of buggies, iia , nt 2 o'clock Saturday. A. AND JOHN MARSHALL KOIt THE don, wax hero Saturday. IH:at L'P THINGS. Wuay went to Louls- Ltvlngston, who Is attending college O. IIulTman. Mish Nettie hero, spent Sunday with tho daughters Gov. James R. MeCreary, after being Liiicuty Judges S. W. Hagor, vlllo yesterday morning. Mkb. Ed Wilkinson and children of .fr. Mack Holmes and while playing democratic nominee for State treasurer, very eloquently Introduced by Hon. It. wllh them fell and broke tho small bone anil C. H. Hill, nominee for secretary of C. Warren, epoko to a court-houaro vltlllng her parent In Casey. full of her nnlclos. Stale, will cak nt Liberty next Mon- of people yesterday, and by court-hous- e Mits. K. C. Walton and children of ono paper says ihatMr.lt. day, 10th, and at Dunnvllle that night. full wo mean all the seata and all tho A Nashville spent a couple of, days In Hrodhoad. aisles full, who seemed to bo in full Dkpl'ty U. 8. Marshall C. M. Itnn-dal- l, J. Lylca won first and second honors In a clay pigeon shoo; given by tho Herof London, was hero Saturday. THE Southern railroad surveyors sympathy with him by listening attenW. K. WAHNKH and vrlfo, of Gar-rar- mitage Gun Club of that city. Gentle- havu gotten as far aa tho Lincoln lino tively and applauding bis many are with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Per-rin- . men hero who havo hunted with Mr. L. In running a survey this way and this good points. The governor began by remember what a tine shot he is. morning they wero met by Messrs. Cic saying he came with do bitter wordB for ItEV. W. S. GlllNSTBAI) and Miss ero Reynolds, John Ilrlght nnd I. M. anybody, but to urge democrats to tho H. HILTON, of Hroduc&d, was Mil. J. hero mingling with old friends yester Grace Grlnstcad are visiting MctdatncB Hruce, the committco named to show Important duty of votlD for tho full J. W. liryant and E. II. Hcazlcy. and them tho best route. ticket. It was a strugglu for supremacy day. between democracy and republicanism, A. MCKINNKY went to receiving tho glad hand from their MltS. A. gs friends. Miss Grace will resume her That matchless orator, Wm. with corporations and other allied Louisville yesterday to buy more Bryan, big hearted and eloquent forces to combat, and It was no tlraofor former potlllon In tho Louisville Store, We have ju?t opened a completo lino of the "Duchess" Blankets made by the celeOld Joo Ulackburn and the gallant and sulklngf shirking or bolting. It must brated Columbian Mills, in Plaids, Stripes and solid Colore. Col J. M. UUCKNF.u, of Louisville, much to tho delight of Its patrons. Mil W. II. HiGUlNS had a rather splendid young democratic nominee for bo decided whether democrats or the spent several days with his friend, Mr. closo call yesterday. Ho was pulling a governor, Hon. Wm. Goebcl, will all Louisville .t Nashville railroad through ltichard ltlbb. McGceky, of Kings-vlll- grain drill down tho hill when the bo with us on tho evening of the 17th, Mr. Taylor shall rule Kentucky, and he Mus. Maiitiia crost.bar struck a telephone ost and Speaking at 0:30. Let everybody bo on uuuu.uu wjui, mo answer would bo so U down with typhoid fovcrat Mr. his breast at tho tamo tlmo, knocking hand. decided that tho L. & N. would forever Made of best Standard Prints and choice patterns in Silkallncs filled with 4 pounds W. S. Warren's. cense to dictate to tho people of KenCincinnati, tho wind out of hi in and making him a choice batting Mits. ANNir. Jacoiih. of ItHNli TltJEIts. A detective from pretty scary looking subject for a few tucky and apply lt;elf strictly to its a Is with Mrs. Charles Trub, In tho who worked Pulaski, J. S. Pollard, minutes. own uumness. uo took occasion to section. shocmnken, got on to 12 blind tigers compllmunt Hon. M. F. North very In Danville run by Negroes and the Mil. M. SaLINOkii was up from Louanu snow tho importance of LOCAL HAPPENINGS, isville yesterday and saw hU storo cni whole kit was arrested and fined, the nigniy electing u democrat to tho Legislature Wo have the Melba combination Suits for Ladies and Misses, they are perfection Joy a lively trado. aggregate being $2,175. AH of tho of- ! GO to G. II. Forrls for J. K. M.llour. ! iniii Iw. a lutiumi uif iuo oiaie ticket wa9 in tit, case and comfort. JOHN MUCIIANAN, of the Louisville fenders save one, went to tho work- eulogized and shown to be worthv of N'BW lot black and colored crcpons. house for from 120 to 300 days. Times, scni several days with his any trust, in addition to ropresontlni; John P. Jones. mother at Crab Orchard. of Laurel, tbo principles that every democrat SllKlllKK McHauoue, Miss Willik Vr.nnr.NA Dawson LoWNr.v's eandles, tlncst made, al came down yesterday and took to Lon- loves and desires to perpetuate. The loft Saturday to lslt al West Point, John II. Meier's. City. don for trial Craig Grngg, who has speaker was escclally laudatory of A complete line of Cashmere and fleece lined Hoso and Ladies' Knit Skirts. ExHonderton and Sebrco Mil. D. M. CiiKiUHTON, our Klngi-vil- lo loses both Hryan and tho been In jail hero for safekeeping for St Senator Goebcl, who would make ono amine our stock before you buy, you will find the goods right and we will make tho Danville days. Hu is charged with half a dozen oi inc ocst governors the Stntn hn prices to suit you. eorresiwndent, was hero yesterday circus. Poor Harrlgco! felonies and will likely go back to ever had. Gov. MeCreary helped to to hear Gov. MeCreary spenk. Heating stoves of all Sizes nnd Frankfort on ono nt least of them. Ho mako the platform, so ho was at homo MltS. J. W. IlACUIIMAN and Mist has served a penitentiary term or two. In explaining it nnd advocating every Alyco llaughmnn were In Loulsvillu Prices at Warren & Shanks'. plank, which ho did In a mosi convinc Saturday and registered nt tho Gait, Foil tho newest und best things In Castle Conn. On Wednecday Inst, ing way. He cloed with an appeal for Mkssiis. A. T.TUAYLOlt and K. T. dress linings go to John P. Jones. quite a number of relatives and neigh harmony und with iho hope and belief Lewis left Sunday to attend tho grnnd The TwIco-a-WcloJgo of tho Odd Fellows at Paducah. Intekiou Jol'U-NA- bors assembled at "Caatlu Cobb," tho that Lincoln county democrats would la only SI a year cash. Remember grand old country home of Mr. and continue to bo truo to themselves and Mus. W. 11. McItOlir.itTS and Mary that. Mrs. ltichard Cobb., to enjoy social In- tho party and glvo a rousing majority and Vir 11 . Ml8 Florence Truchcnrt . tercourse and partako onco more of for tho ticket in November. The gov Hourne went to Loulsvlllo yesterginia HlU stock of underwear atsamo price lluy Unecda Biscuits, UneedA Ginger Wafers, Drummet Lunch Biscuits, ernor was tho object of much attention day. you pay for muterlal to make It. Sev- their lavish hospitality, before they while hero und ho was made to feel that McCormack neighborhood, where leave J. A. Dcunr.KAii and wlfu nttcndcp erance it Sons. 's they aro held In such high esteem. ho was In tho home of his friends, who tho burlnl of Mr. and Mr. C. F. Ou'lt tcrnM ure strictly cash on coal Tho day was most pleasantly spent and delight to honor him. Lee, nt N'lch. daughter, Frances When Gov. MeCreary nad concluded, and feed. Do not ask for credit. J. II. lato in the afternoon tho guests reluct nntly look leave, all regretting to give Hon. M. F. North made a short speech, hero from Win- linughmun A: Co. Mil. A. J. KAM'ls up this most excellent couple and hop- in wnich ho told how Industriously It chester und will spend tho week In his Ol'li mercerized moreens nre the was being circulated by Interested par gallery. Now I your tlmo to hnvo handsomest goods shown for under ing they may Und pleasant and happy surroundings In their new homo In ties mat no nud voted for a stock law took." your "picture skirts. John P. Jones. Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, Home-Mad- o Cheese, Ac, From Stanford. May their declining years and for a law to make the pay moot of Mus. L. It. COOK received a mctongo poll tax a requisite to voting. Ho had STOCK your winter coal now, prices bo frco from cares their happiest und yesterday thnt her sinter, Mrs Will through tho iNTKitioii JOURNAL and on X. Davit, of Somerset, was quite 111 and are advancing and tho probability now bcu. every stump ho had mounted denied Is thut delay will cost you high. J. II. she hail gono to her bcdsldo. HiiouHiiT Hack. The fellow, Itu these stories and the man who contln It. F.Jonks, of Car- Haughman & Co. Mii.anuMiis e2PTry Grape Nuts. Youwill llkeit fus Wilburn, who was serving n sen ucd now to clrculato them could not do lisle, aro visiting their son, Mr. J. P. tence for carrying concealed weapons 60 Iguorantly, but us a common, overy I AM back from tho cities with onu of Jones, and their old friends hero aro the handsomest lines of millinery goods and who escaped from Jailer Dcbord, day liar. Ho bad Invited tho rcimbllcan dud to see them looklnc n well. was captured by Marshal J. A. Shan goto Lox. ever brought to Stanford. Call In. non and brought back to his old quar- candidate to meet him at. his apoint. Miss Jessie CookkwIU Mrs. Kato Dudderur. meuis und had asked him through tho Ington today to attend tho mnrrlago of ters. As ho hud 11) days to serve and paper to do so, but to this good hour ho ICY. cousin, Miss Dolllo Williams, to Notice, Pay your city taxes to L. as tho law Increases the term 10 fold In had kept her himself out of sight. "1 am Hobcrt E. Murnott, of Huston, Thurs- It Hughes. After Nov. 1st. (I per cent case of escape, It will bo seen that William Sholton, President. s told, ' said tho speaker, "that ho said w 111 bo added and collections enforced. day nuxt. Primary, Preparatory, Ac ideuiic and Collegiate Departments, Miuir, Art, KIocu By the way, ho was going Is In for u season. to mako his canvass on HOHEUT HAItlMNd'S hoit of O. J. Newlaud, city marshal. Mits. Marshal Shannon Is making a big rep house tops, but I observe ho Is down on on and .ml I'.iy stoat Culture, 3lt year begins Sept. Hli. Send for catalogue to friends will regret to learn of hereon MltS. NAXKIK S. SAUFLKY, Lady Principal. fulls to gel He The New ork Sun suys thut thu as an olllcer. after never law breakers tho ground now," K)lnting to whero ho tinned lllnest, but will bo gralllled to and what ho goes stood with tho republican sldo show In shows of Forepaugh A; know that shu was ablo to take a drive us shy of him us a bear. Tho word tho court-hous- o Iron Fence. yard. Mr. North mado Cypress Shingles Sells aro u long ways ahead of Ihir-nu- nro Advociito. yeoterday. him Is that hu went many good points can be suliof and won much up at Its bust. It will be hero Oet. that S. P. HoiiiilTT, who hint been Mus. oil with the Itrownles and took tho plausc. Ho is a lino speaker and Is living In Hloomliigton, III., for a year, 17, and will bo worth coming many leading part in tholr convenvery worthily carrying tho democratic ( mllos to see. j Is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. T, Is getting all right. tion here, but hu banner to assured victory. Smith. Shu Is much pleased with her My room Is small, but precious things Hu told us yesterday that ho would Whllo these speakers wero holding now homo and bays her threu boys 111 0 ure put up in small packages, Don't vote tho rest of tho ticket and scratch forth In tho court house, which had doing woll there Mill Metal Roofin tr' ihiuk you uru in the way when you Goobul, but wo ure sure thut uftcr ho been engaged for Ji'ixn: It. Ci. Williams was on Sun come to seu mo. Thcro's ulways nbuu hears his great favorite, Hryan, hu will tho republicans, them for u month, who had advertised day's train bouud for Muntlcello, whuro dant room and u hearty welcome for mark under the rooitur and thereby tho coming of Hon. John Marshal!, ho was to have soken last night. Hu my friends. Mrs Kato Duddcrar. take In Goebcl and all. candidate for lieutenant governor, held RfccIIcIueB. and County Attorney W. H. Cress, of week speuklng In The way tho trusts aro eating up tho a side show In tho yard. Tho bills Wuyno, will spend u FliEE Teachers or school boards said ho wa to siwak at 10 o'clock, but In done with absolute accuracy in our Is shown In that, ltusscll and Adair counties. will be supplied wllh free copies of tho farmers und everybody else Mim. .1. A. LH'DDI'.llAlt has gono to latest county mups of Kentucky und the tremendous advance in nearly ho did not arrive till 1. Gov. MeCreary PUESOKIPTlOtf DEI'AltrMKNT was perfectly willlnj; to divide tlmo! Ml. Sterling to visit her sister, Mrs. S. Tciincfcso, for uu in Lincoln county everything thut they liuvo to use. For and the quality ot nil drug utcd Is of a with him, but tho committco decided! D. Yuntls. Ilesslo Duddorar Vuntls schools, on application to W. It. Mo- - Instance Mr. W. II. Hlgglns tells us very high grade. otherwise us tho brlngiiij; of Mr. Mar-- 1 hus gono thoro also to attend sqhool and Itoberts, the druggist and book seller. that last spring grass blades cost bl a The physician' unrcon in Iho treatgrain blades $11. A repre- shall hero seemed to bo for tho purdozen and Master Tommy Yantis, who has been ment of dillicult case is dependent on the pose of counteracting tho oiled of Gov. ltUYAN Oct 17th Is going to bo tho sentative of tho trust that now makes visiting his mint, also returned to Mt. purity and frcBlineso(hthe drug. Havo biggest day over experienced In Stan- them was here last week and priced MeCreury'sotTort.us hu wus telegraphSterling. his order tilled here and thu result will ed for, so tho rival attraction was held $0.60 and $14 respecMil. and Mus. W. McC. Johnston, ford. Hryan, the matchless loader uf thuso articles at be highly H.itlHfaclory. of doors. Mr. Marshall, who Is a democracy, will tpeak here und Fore tively for next bcuson's delivery. This out uf Luneasier, took tho train hero Sun Come to bco U. huudsomo man und quite a good speak-- 1 100 per cent, day for Loulsvlllo. Mr. Johnston, who paugh & Soils' great circus will give Is cousldornbly over no renxon for It, savo thut or, wus Introduced by Mr. P. M. with U 0110 of Gov. llradloy's right bowers, two performances and u street parade. und mudu us fair u speech as u ' Uld us that tho governor was huvlng The town will hardly bo ublo to hold the trust havo bought up tho manufacup pre- the crowd the two uttiuctlous wll tories and huvlng no competition, can republican can, though hu went fori his residence at Luncastorllxed We Meai noctures ani So All Hlnii of nainu any price they wish. No. 0 wire, thu bills that tho dumociatlo platform paratory to moving Into It us booh as his bring. Bcptlrlag. tho kind tho farmers mostly uu, hus endorses with considerable vim. Thu term expires, which seem to settle tho ALMOST SUrTOl'ATBU. Engineer J. jumped from $1.M to $,'1.33 und Is still crowd that heard him was variously, DANVILLE CYCLE CO., DANVILLE, KY for tho. presTHE question of his Intentions i Fox Dudderur U lying at Mt. Vernon climbing. Ncurly everything ulsu hus estimated at 300 to SOU and wus com- -' No. USIldriSt. ent. In u dungorous condition us tho result advanced, but there has been no adposed largely of tho colored brother, H, YUAUBll, who Is buck from Mil. J. of bolng ulmost sulToculcd In tunnel vance in wheat, corn, &o. A republican who enjoyed und applauded bis anecJ Abingdon, Va., tells us thut hts wlfo Is TUt VEST IS THC CHCPeST '! beyond there last night. Ills administration makes such extortion as dotes. Mr. Marshall Is decidedly the' fioolrTreepiny thero and visiting at Col. Sum No. just still ' train, u freight, stalled in thu tunnel Is practiced by thu trusts Hsslblu, by slur of the republican Fenmanztu. C mers.' Ho uUo tu"a Ud Ulal ? I Wo regret to obscrvo thut a number and ho was overcome and taken out permitting them for tho suku of their tieorgu Mitchell, who us Miss Jennie young democrats tried rygeufriliny. moro dead than alive. Passenger No. contributions to thulrcumpatgn fund, to Summers, graduated ul Stanford Fe 2.1 was dela)ed threu hours by It. Col. exist. Hit thorn u lick every chanco to disconcert tho teuker by frequent-a jelegragny. It on a visit to her fath-emalo.Collegc, m-W M rJ mMMl) y AmWm t M W mm m A Mm'm V7 A 1 family and has a pretty llttlo girl. Dudderur received a dispatch just bo you can gel. You will havo a chance ly cheering for Goobul. A good rulo wo 6 find For Ms'Fannlo Summers, a sister, Is to bo foro hud went to press saying thut his tho 7th of November. Einbruco It by to follow Is to treat everybody with (htalyuc. f aW. tWAMVM XAaWULSYS SmlA " somewhat revived and would voting the democratic ticket from lop respect und corac! them to accord you V mwi' Dr. Clarke, of Memphis, on sun married to the tamo courtesy. be homo on 24 to bottom. tho lHh. MliH. T. L. SlllXTOS.of HowUnd, In Loulsvlllo. Is SO acres. visiting D11. ani Mus. B. COME &SEE. SEVERANCE A SO VS. HKl'l'H-LICAN- so iiMmm6m5.m$mm&&li$mwm fill Wool Blankets. HOME MADE COMPORTS. Jen-uln- y. c, UNDERWEAR. i..u - HOSIERY AND SKIRTS. JOHN F. JONES. ek L TOO HOT TO COOK. Den-man- oln-vlll- o. Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers', Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, Itu-fu- 5 JUSTANFORD, KT. 5& xjs&s J Work. The Compounding ot co vmmmmL Penny's Drug Store. le I j '" lay-ou- t. Saoruianl f X A' M0rtXi&ilTXiJrt-km mmW k mW - JmmW " " s s JatWm in Xa.a - mw si Mtt iiMfMi vMrrrMsjjr JoutsviUjOf, .1?- mm W,- - trftA . . .ms-- i - ..-- . ,,'-- . W- MIDDLEBURG. I 1. W i Profs, Ogg nnd Moorc, of the Acade Tho Sinking district In Wayno went f'lol reprcentatlTOof 11.25 HOUND Tills my, took tbo school children on a IU dry by 1.10, says the Uccord. GftUHER, HUBBELL S CO, to lirulto It severely. It to Lotn.Hvir.i.r.A itirruiuv Centre College won tho first gamo of manner as much Merchant Tailor. 117 Went Ttli ftnet. I'tt'bllwti.oATvlwoAa.yai and Vrldavrra tnllo grapa and chestnut hunt Friday very TO LEXINGTON A IlCTl'KN ovcnlng. They found four sour grapes football from Georgetown Col logo by a so badly that ho swollen and pained Mm Cltielniiall. O , roil tl not walk without Will ril.ptay 0anitr4 nt the 11 Asnpli Hotel VIA and a last year's chestnut burr. score of 43 to U. the aid of ctllchc. lie was treated hv In eunfortl on the :.MIi of lUcli Alontli. It.MLWAY IN KEN $1 The Casey county teachers' instrtuto Fountain Peel, n farmer of Jessa- niiysiciatia, nisouseti several kinds 01 In SOUTIIEHN All enrtm-ntwork. A fitted on TUCKY, SUNDAY, OUT. am. Oih. I'rof. mine, died of lockjaw. Ills hand was Imcnt and two and a half gallon; of whisconvenes at Liberty charged. ml.tll la an ImiMM.Itillltr with this method of WWbMIOl sop'etdBsa.CO will be ky in bathing It, hut nothing gavo any redoing lulnr-M- . Call nnd examine latest C. Willis, of Kentucky University, scratched n wcok ago by a rusty nail. J. lief until ho lieean mini? flininliurlaln'a Train on Itiirgln Ilrnnch, that dalo. will Sample Fall and Winter, 31 will conduct the Institute. lnero aro A hat been established at Pain IUI111 This brought almost a com- lie held for connection of tialn leaving about 70 white teachtrs In Casey coun Conrad, Pulaski county, and William plete euro in n week's tlmo and hu believes Louisville at 7:15 r. )!. that had he not used this remedy hi' leg ty. It. Burdlno apiralntcd postmaster. Wm. H. Tavlok, A. O. I'. A. would have had to I10 1'itlii TIME GIRD Chairman V. V. Kceney has called The wlfo of T. J. Ends died this wcok Halm Is unctialeil for amputated bruise Undortnlcor, IjouIivIIIc, Ky. sprains, for a meeting of tho democratic com- after n protracted Illness and was bur- and rheumatism For sale by Craig A Kentucky Hustonville, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Liberty Mon- led at Oak Hill. Wayno Co. Record. Hocker, Druggists. mitteeman to bo held at day for tho purpose of nominating a Offers his services u thiieottU oCWmI IJbeoU W-AJSTTIECitizens of Lexington havo presented No. 5 Amlteest Stanford at I'M A. u. aud Caeoy eounttes, Full stock ol Command 2 10 A. X. legislative candidate and to transact a loving cup to Lt. Luclcn Young In SPECIAL KATKSVI A SOUTHKIIN Ho. 4 Learc Stanford at haad 12 W DAT. No. 21 Arrives at Ilowland t And willing to liar top price In cash for RAILWAY. D.tl. Carpenter, Manager. I other Important political business, A recognition of his services on the Hist 2.30 P. M. No. Learee Stanford at Chickens, l.ggs, Fenthtr. Ducks, CJoie, Louisville Industrial Exposition, Turkey. Olnwn Yellow Hoot, lire Wax full account of the meeting will be giv during tho war with Spain. khoxvilTe dTvision. Copper, ami all en In our next. Samuel McDunlel field suit against Street Fair, Midway Carnival nnd Fes- Hide of Alsokinds.bo In tlm llra. Iron wool. will Hours. inmkit for tival of Flro. Ono faro round trip, Oct. Sou tun nnd get tnv price briforc aelllng, and Tho M. A. Literary and Debating So- tho Manchester Coal company, Mam 0 M. 24 Train going North 4 " ... ............. 2 S3 a m clety met Friday night at tho regular Call " No.24 " damages as a result of an Injury 0, 13, 18 nnd 21; limited two days ex- fi'tJ. spot cnsli. Ilackctat rny headiOarters. am .12 " South ... ..... o.K " Utnsburg, More 52 p m hour and disposed of a well gotten up to his hand while working In the mines clusive of dato of salo. li fiircu round nt o. U " ' " It llOIIINr'ON Tor allll'olnts. trip Oct. 10, 11,12, II, 10, 17, 19, 20. program. Tho subject debated was. last August. SOLD. EO'IQH TICKETS Stati ford "Resolved that the drunkard Is bottcr While Carl Eleo was loading his limited two days exclusive of date of DINK FAUMF.lt HAOUAOE CHECKED TIU10UOH. than the moderate dram drinker." Af- goods and chattels after midnight pre- salo. Win. H.Tnyloe, asst. general pas la a rnndldato for Jailer, subject to the acInformation enquire ol For anr Ky. firmative, I'rof. Moore, negative, Prof. paratory to leaving Clay county, his scngcr ngent, tion of the dvtniK'ratlc party Ho solicits Louisville, Ky. JOE S. niCE, Agent, your support. Ogg. The judges gavo tho decision to wlfo was shot from ambush and seri BUnford, Ky. HOW'S TlllSf MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, the negative. ously wounded. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Mr. Elbert Wesley, a young attorney We offer One Hundred IKillars Reward for any FARM FOR SALE. Attorney W. J. Brown, of Somerset, Tho 8eamstros8. row ofCatarrh that rannot lx cured by Hall's CaP. K., Trains leaee Frankfort at 7 A. M. Aand 3:40 reach-ta- g of Somerset, Is the guest of bis cousin, writes tho Journal th.it ho hus about tarrh Curer Contains 105 acres, and Is In n splendid Plain and Fashionable Hewing, Culling and tl. C. and 1 snectlnx at Oeorgetown with p. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Tiled, O. stain of cultivation C. R. Ogg recovered from small-po- x On the lllnek pike. and will re aril Prof. Jason Wesley. Prof. Ji. Leare. Farts at 8:40 a. m. and 10 Fitting n We, the undersigned, hare known F J Iheney Water Work St. lite nnd atVlSA.M and 8:80 P. K.. connecting at Oforg. was in Huston vlllo Saturday on busi turn to that placo in a fow days. None for Ih past 11 rears, ad lilee him perfectly mile from llustoin dwclllnr: I'i from rooms of fire Ha on It n town with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9:15 honorable Ii all butine ani financiness. Dr. J. T. Wesley is down on of his family havo caught the loulhc- - ally able to carry out any trnsaoilons made by their nnd cood tenant Iioum, obligations nect'ssarv " """SSsETItB. NEWTON. A. O. P. A. firm outliulldlnp.. Ppleudld orchard, rikh! well W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Casey's creek superintending tho de somo discaso from bim. Wr.TT A Tat'AX, Wholesale DnutUls. Toledo. (. nnd two spring. Terms rntv. small-po- x rubbish. struction of the lato , WALMffl. Kimxa Jack Barker, of Estill county, a con I M.HVl-i- . whalil Iru- aLancastcr, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. i. ii. minimi, Mr. Klisha Glllord has returned from vict In the State penitentiary at Frank- gl.ts. Toledo (. Cure Is tsken Internslly, acting Hustonrllle.Ky. Hall's Catarrh followi: jctlon City aa Trains pas Tooth Extracted Without Fain ! directly upon the bbiod and mucous surfaces of the a visit to relatives In Washington fort, serving a llfo ecntenco for mur.ll 02 p m No. S North-.- 4 It p m Bo. 1 South 'letlnionlalsent ra 1150 tle. Sam county. Undo 'LIsh got to hear his der, was grunted a pardon by Gov. system .IdbyaltIrtia(lst- Iter ITIce 73c per bot- A. S. PRICE, Ka.l With Vitalised Air. Physician In attend"4 " 184 pro " " a in " H No. I Ilall's Family Fills are the ance. Idol, Governor (?) Taylor at Ilarrods- - Bradley. Eleven of the jury nlrcd it .O0am ... 805pm "10 " ICo.t " Snrgeon Office in the New Thompson llullillng. 71 burg Monday. Koa. 1 and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no and the prisoner has consumption. COLORED RECRUITS WANTED Dentist, than Junction City. as William Taylor, bettor-knowtbo Tho contract has been let for Tho recruiting olllcor at Lexington, "Comrade, ' was seriously, If not fatal- construction of the Ohio and Kentucky Stanford, Ky. ly, stabbed by his eon Noah lato Fri railroad, to extend from Jackson, In Ky., bus just received Instructions to ?. TZJXZIZ::, r?:prlot:r., enlist sound, men Oaewcre Uclloberts' Ir'r More In the Owsley colored day evening. It is hard to get the full Breathitt county, through Wolfe coun IIuUJIlc LIVERY, FEED AND SALE In the Philippine AT DEPpT. DRODHCAD, KY. of the scrap, as both wero ty, Into tho rich coal aud timber lands for cavalry particulars STABLE, "boozy" and only member? of the fam- of Eastern Kentucrty, u distance ol 20 Islands. These men arc wanted at once Ilet Hotel n the mounUIn. rsle. ronftdered and should apply Immediately to the OPTIONS ON FARtiS llwlers tint all Iralus. epmal alleallou U list. KENTUCKY. ily wcro witnesses. Doth had been to miles. DANVILLE, recruiting ollicc nt LtxItigion, Ky. ellug men, Junction City and Iluslonvlllc Friday, WANTED. Boys between 18 unJ 21 years of ago Horse nn Mule constantly on hand and and were well loaded when they came MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Joita II. CASTLkUAa, AnnifiiO. LainiM for sala at 0,11 times. I would like to take options on Rood farms must havo written consonl of parents in. Noah had only been married a llHrCklMlllall UASTLCUAN. Blunt, aged SO, or guardian, witnessed by a third per- In Lincoln County For terms nnd particuAt Parks Hill Robert WM LANHOKAF. week and was living with bis father. lar nddrens and Mrs. Lou I so Gray 70, were made son. Krtjrer, Ky. 13 Lincoln County He claims his father wan abusing his one. On the 10th of December, lfc97, Nov S. wlfo, when he went onto him with a National Bank. knife, stabbing him four times In tho Olllo Rcld, 24, and Miss Lena WUch-e- r, A. IXinahoe, pastor M. E. Church, SotilLi 20, will be married at John Long's Pt. ricasnut, W. Va. contracted a severe OoMilutt harvrciiuUtifl with the tnutt lefteido. Dr. L.J. God boy sewed up Capital Stock.I'lOO.OOC. toiu on tho 11th. cold which was attended from the begin Ur itralutof htrnru to J ulll tor bullnf th wounds. The elder Taylor is a the Successor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Companj an I all Mr. Hazen, who Is a sister of John ning by violent coughing. He says "Af- coiublnM rij.(rr Jrrwjr MU1 No. veteran of tho "Bloody 13th," and his and under same management continuhMulMbr .halnbml 4sl. whow R. McLean, denies that sho is to marry ter resorting to a number of go cat ed tire lV.ro.li9? aod datu Inilull. IVlru ilajoram ously for 2 Years. feu la son was a member of Dr. Penny's com 'specific,' usua'Iy kept in the house, to rWVI'wcra Iwoor Mr luuir wlanl.T fwrptaa Admiral Dewey. ar jouo, pany, Spanish American war. C. C. in liottleof Cham- ntrii at toitorbit rair noriaoro. lUrroo ant Mart's with MMrr. lVrlra, Fletcher Howard, of Baltimore, de- no purpose, I purchased awhich Ol Liverpool. berlain's Cough ltcmedy, acted liko itifonl, Nuth.townlirr', ."ulaodUilna and llurk serted his wife because she mude a a charm. I most cheerfully recommend hire hoi DillTlduallr ft"l and brtl lrta lh WHATGOEBELISM MEANS iwt bard speech favoring woman suffrage. it to the public." For sale by Crulg A and acw or of Kentucky trJcta rwuunaM. Cutua Largeit Fire lusuranco Company In the write lor what you want Tho cohorts and paid emissaries of World. Hoping such business relations will prora mutualMrs. Adolph Wagner shot her hus Hocker, Druggists r Ki:tli. Stantanl. Krs ly beneficial and pleasant. the L. &. N. railroad have sent out tho band, a Louisville printer, who attack Wt(urante every '!.' rrrrfkKntml hj Mr, W a 1.TON, Wllor. New York Journal figures that lid. cry that "Gocbellsm must bo stamped ed Tho DIRECTOKS: & ber whllo In a jealous rago, and ho tho Dewey colebratlon out." Before the people take up that will die. there cost J. J. Williams. Manager Southern Department. cry It Is well for them to consider what St., J. a. Owsley, Gooch, Joseph F. Woodson, a young lawyer WlllUm "Goebell8m" means. General Officer, Columbia llulldlng, A. W. Carpenter, WEAK ETtS AKt MADE STHOXO, W. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., of St. Joe, Mo., and Miss Nance Allen, W. 11. Cuniuilcs, It means that a man of brains will be daughter of Mr. Thomas Allen, of Dim vtslon made clear, styes removed nnd Ky. (M) -J. E. Lynn. ORAB OROHASD KENTUCKY. governor of Kentucky. S. II. Shanks county, wero married last week granulated ltd or aora eye of any kind J. F. Cash, It means that tbo seat of Jo Black-ba- Scott married, 20 children and many speedily and effectually cured by the use of Splendid Accommodations J. U. Owsley. Twice THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL In the Sen a to will bo triumphant Sutherland's Ragle Eye Halve. It's put up Close, to Depot and Sulphur Well. OFFICEUS: descendants IsHho record of Tom Ad- la tubes, and sold on guarantee. For ! Kate iieasonauie, l'lno Water. ly restored to bim. . II. Shanks, President; ams, in county Items, makes us LouInvUIc, Ky., It means that Kentucky's electoral feel to Clark him, says Old Bachelor salo nt Penny' Drug Store J.U.Owsley, Cashier; envy W. M. Urlght, Asst, ashler. The most centrally located and only vote will not bo stolen from Bryan In Craddock, who is old enough to havo 1900 as (t was In 1890. JOHN C. PEPPI.ES l rny BANK It means the winning by democracy been married a dozen times and bad CO Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Couuty To atl ofand customer for their and hope PIEST-CLAS- S FIRST NATIONAL proiipt children. of the first skirmish In the great strugsubject to the action of the, democratic par they will continue a I Imve a OF STANFORD, KY. Hotel In tho city unking a ty. Vour support U solicited. gle that must 'bo fought to a finish next In Mason county, Mrs. James Lash Flrst-CloH- S Shocr, Horse Ci twvtwrt. brook, wife of a prominent farmer, was Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $17,633 SI year. And am better prepared than urur to .do It means that tbo school books which found dead In a cabin near tbo family This Institution originally established as the De work for them. One block from the principal shopping must bo bought by tho pcoplo for tho residence, herbralcs having been beaten oslt Rank of Stanford In 1858, then reorganized as 700,000 school children of tho State will H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. district and two "blocks from tho thrrc out with a club, and tho surroundings J. principal theatres. The lllue Grass Nureerlea offer eTerythlng for the National Uank of Stanford In 18C5 and again be reduced in price at least 40 percent. Indicating that a terrible, strugglo had orchard, lawu and (trden, Full slock of fruit and Street cant puss the door to all put o It means that no unlawful trust shall taken place. Richard Coleman, color- ornamental ererytbing siiull fruits, asiaraaus, tre. gra, in su h an tolabluh lb rSouihern N....1 Coapmj, the City. Kverj thing neat and clean. shrubs and kept eorganlijdatthe First National Uank of) Stanford rob the people of Kentucky. Lash-bro- ok menu We employ no agents. Hesrrlpllie ed, aged 19, employed on tbo a 11. F. HlLLi.iMt.YhR. It means tho protection of tho pcoplo in 1882, has had practically an uninterrupted eibt. farm as cook, was arrested and Telephone Z?J. lo Lexington, Ky. Of Lexington, Ky. ensefor 41 years. It Is better supplied now will a;alnsl unjust discrimination and un- - confessed to tho crlmo, after evidences ddo aggression of corporate power. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. of his guilt bad been found. Ho was tieilillea for transacting business promptly and That is what Gocbellsm means, and placed in jail at Maysvillo and at 2 DR. R. than arer before in Ita long.'sud honorable every enemy of tho democratic party o'clock next morning on attack was c5c We Pay While Y)Llve. 0A'o.5U JWf Ate., career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms Is crying "stamp It out," but they are made on the jail and tbo sldo door batOld List Companies Pay When You Die. tho same Influences that cried out tered down. The mob lacked a leader, Louisville, - Kentucky, and tndlTldualssollclted. DIKICTOEt. against Bryanlsm In 18911 and will bo however, and was repulsed by tho Will U at the Orer 1150,000 paid In llilnit Wneflts. P. KUJ, Lincoln Co.; J. W. llaydeo, SUnfi rd crying out against Bryan in 1900. In guards. O Ulcers then succeeded llraerre and, Surplus Oier Winchester Democrat. S. II. Raugbuac, S.T. Harris, " getting tho prisoner out aud removing St. AsapblHotc, Stanford, Wed IHHVK4 WB.VIlKS, 1mvI AtMt. ) htantord, Ky SMITH II'JM IN. Swr.. nesday, Oct. lltb, T. P. Hill, J.8.1Iocker, bim to tho Covington jail. A THOUSAND TONIIUES Leahiguin, Ky ho-en- THEINTEK10 R JOURNAL NEWS OF THE V1CINASE. During tbo winter of 1897, Mr Junto liccxl, 0111 of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay, Clay Co., V. Va, struck his leg ngatnrt a en Ice ol Ice In such a 44 Last Sunday Excuralou of the Season. J. MULCHHY, PER YEAR CASH s Isv aralMH. post-olllc- J. T. SUTTON, 1' 444444440444 ro ..........H claim-$0,00- R. I. JONES, di:ntist, W9mm m m . More-lau- ' d. e - lt. fur-(b- n B. O. FOX, FRITH HOTEL. able-bodi- ed FOR SALE. o ROYAL rr.trr INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, Solicits Your Bank Account, 1 -- Barbee 0. BEHZLEY f HOTEL. Louis-Urlll- e, m I AM TSAlTSrTJZ, Ittx-ra- TREES.TREES BATE. hvhni y C0LDST6IN, FIRE, LIFE A.OOI3DETT INSURANCE. W.F. Walton J.UColllw.CrabOrch'd M, D.tiltuore, (Stanford, W. A. Trlbble, M. ' J. Miller, Mt. Vernon ornceas, J. S. Hocker, A lWdenliJ. McKolcrts, Cashier. MchUnney As.l.tant Cashier. JX.JrfcCkW Could not express the rapture of Annie K. Sprlu. Kfr, oflin Howard St.. Vlilladrlphta, l'a., when Conshe bund that Dr. King a New Dlieovery sumption bad cotuplet ly curnlberola hacking cuugu that for uiany years lad laid life a bunk u. Allother remedies atid doclura could glte her no help, but she says of this ltoyal Cure ''It soon re. moied the uln in wrcheit and I can now sleep oundly, something I van scarcely remember doing before. 1 feel like bounding Its ralws throughout tb, Unlrerw." So will ei ry one who trim Dr. King's New DlscoYery fur any trouble of the Throat Clint (r Lungs. lilre 80o aud 81. Trial bottle m s fr freeat Funny's Drugstore erery Mtleguaranteed, sips! ixv'or. tl QUEEK&PE5CENT And Dealer In EA2UT3SS, SADDL33EY, &0. STANFORD, KY, A mixer of tipples In Purls bus evol- ut luy htixk and aruihig liupleiueuls, iinltliig of 1'f..seti:atf.s 0 uuuie, ved a new drink, "Plquottc." a spurk-lln- g S yearling Cstil, horouxtibred Hull, Vou take jour Wheat nnd Corn to Morris EIGHT GREAT bovorago composed of dried apples, STATES 2 Milk Cows andt aires. Fred's Kuchuiigu In Wm. lUughe rty'a shop :i llriaxl Mares lu foul by Jack, raisins and wutcr, ullowed to stand unIn Htunford und gut lu exchange Flour and Kentucky, Tennessee., Virginia, Georgia 3 Mulu (Mis, Meal. Vou cati also buy Flour, Moal. North und boulh Untolluii, pair Work Mules, til fermentation takes place und then I llruti, Chicken lVtil, Ac, choaper ut Aluhnma, Mlslaslipl. bottled, with tho addition of a Uttlu 'JO.Saddle Horse, l.'wen, Southdown my place than nnv wliern lu town. A trial Wagin, Harruw, 1'iovs, Ac. sugur. I believe my exuhaugo will he Is all I nak. In fid, a.fult setot Farmlui; Implements, mostly n good tiling for farmers nnd I pliilge liber, now and in goud condition. Also some ill trunsuctlon and full welgliU My iroiK Kentucky Trotting Horso Breeders' THE KAUI.E. KllkU or ALL, UIIIDS, and kitchen furniture come from Dudderur' HU Itler Holler lietweeu Ixiulsvlllo and tho South, Terms made kuowu on dsy ol sale. Association, Lexington, Oct. 3d to 14th pi noted for Its keen night, clear and disMill and aro 31011KI9 FUKD. l(ICHAltlCOJIH,Sr. One faro for tho round trip, all stations tinct vlilou. fcio uru tlioia persona who uso Telephouu No. Cs. II. T, HUSH, Aucllouetr. 8uthorluiid's KugleEyo Hal vu for weak eye lo Kentucky, good to return 17th. DA1LV I'lllLIO SAItlOF Knoxvlllo Street Fulr Sc Carnival, stjos, soru eye of uny kind or granulated CacU way between Loulsvlllu and Lexington lids. Bold at Penny' Drug btore. ivnoxvillc, Oot. One faro for M. Stork, Crop, Farm Implemcnls V. A. TIJIHC, O. V. A.. the round trip, all stutloos, good until Adam Forepaugh & Soils Bros, circus WashluKlon, II, O. ! Oct, 20th to return W. II. TAVLOn. A I) P. A. . at Lexington, Oct. 11. Ono faro for U idl fill., K National Cotivuniloij of Christian tho round-tri- p at ull stations from WIN On Thursday, 19th, 1809. Churches, Cincinnati, O , Oct. liamstown to Junction City via tbo Heglnnlngal 10 mr Ono fare for tho round, trip from all Queen ii Crescent route. Tickctu sold Stock Crop and o'clock. A. u.l will sell all now Implements, at the place 1 Oct. Uth, good to return Oct. 12th. Ask Use, throw miles Irom Stanford on the Uauilile stations, with final limit Oct. 21st. consisting o! CflNNoSES ROUTE 11-1- 3. rrlAl25 Returning one dag in each vionth. "I wish to express my thanks to tho manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, 701 EsmkcJ !asi Qlastcs SciestlSc&ll? Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for Adjusted. mtrkct such a wonderfnl MRS. U. D.SIMl'flON, I'ror.. medicine," says W. W. Mnsjingill, of : Beaumont, Texas. There are many thous! of mothers whoso children havo Leen ands Newly (urnislicd; clean beds; splendid Porters erved from attacks of dysentery and choltabic Everything 12, 89 meet all trains. era infantum who must aUo fuel thankful. llralnnlnzst Hi o'clock a u.. I will sell at nub. It Is for sale by Craig it Hocker. llcauition.Mt tnr blace. aUmt four miles from . Mason Hotel -first-clas- s. Onty the beit companies represented. Inquiries soliclteil. 12, It. II. MAHONY,AKt Stanford. PUBLIC SHLE Iincnstcr, Kentucky. SDutnem Railway ni ip u On ThurHtlay, Oct. A -- year-oia '99 10 vmu the in M Mantoril.ou lhe Stanford MllleJgeillln sjke. all Just Like a Mill. Ship-stuf- 1 1 1 Through Sleeping Cars riXUKE TRAINS flr.t-clu- CHICAGO Oot. FALL FESTIVAL 0t. 512. your agent for particulars. LUNO pike, ItOllIIL'D 1JIE UltAVE. of I'hludeJpMi, was the subj.it, Is narrated b hlui iu a ujosiuruauiui My tl II Will linns.! How, eyrs sunken,conditionensf tocgue cu, jwiu vouiiouau back and sidei. iiw. r wlus wesker by dsy. Tori ubraliUnj had g rro iu un. Konuuaufjr. a f od a ia.1 iKAal leuln I i.l niihuiijiiu f ..iviific inner, a IHUW fluyirreat y sua shriiruu, the nrsl bolile usdea decldad mDrOleiiieut. l euntluuMl ihU u. r..m i weoks.aiHl aiu now wit mufi I b.i... .kH..w d my lift, aiul robUJ tbettiare of another vkiiut" oonshuld fail to try them. Only M cut,, (uarauk-vd- , at i'euoy's Drug btore. One Fair For The Round Trip Via Tho......... H. C. RUPLEY, A..'!u,tl,n?.luciaut'"fwhlcl'Mr. John Ollrer IIII1ITATIO.X. 26 YEARLING 1 STEERS- - dy n liiil. to consumption. Dr. will cure It, and give such strength to tho lung that u cough or u cold will not aettlo there. Twenty fjvu ceutsat Penny's Drug Btore. Is the forcruuncr Dell's Thomas Itldley, u brukemun on tho L, & N., was crushed to death at Fer guson on tbe Main Lino. Ho was riding Admiral Doweyaccepted tho tender on the pilot of the uuglu, when his of a homo o Washington, and a house foot slipped, the engine running over will bo purchased for bim Immediately. and killing bim Instantly. Shorthorn Hull, It Shorthorn Cows, 2 Hull and S Heifer Caltes, 4 Work MuIm. 3 Yearllug Mules. 5 Mule Colts, (Thoroughbred Mare by Harry O'Fallou, Cuuirek'aii and the Mluslref, I Combined Maro by OuTtuie, Its going to be A Holler Timo than the Lot ofoth.r broo.1 Maros aud Hllles, I Standard bullion, World's Fair Grand Military and f.lvlc Lot of Sows, llg aud Shoals, I'arades; I'iro Works. Maiiiiiflceiit Kim. Lot of Iliuolhy and Clour Hay, trlcal lllmainatlon, llicycle ltuces, Ac. CO Acre of Corn shut ked In the field, Fodder. lot of111. ask tor a program. Tv.u. . '.l.uw, uuuir. .IA la.u, UT.r .... ..lu .w, ..!.. IUSI K. II, Dacox, Olil. Pass. Agt.. amount, ban labia note, without lulerul, to be paid u, A. Lacgkr, Jan. 1st, m. Louisville, Ky D riio Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv. in Kccclvluj' hid Spring & swuuiiuer Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. alii- - . 4e