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G5 Rov. Andrew Johnson will begin a Happy Saunders was at Livingston O. P. Tlllctt cannot llvo but a few r HnmoMol It to havo another rollb ' Sunday. protracted meeting at Saulley church, hours. mill, mnklnir ttaroo there. K II Mlllor has stored 60 barrels of Oct. 12. Mr. Albert McKlnncy and Miss Mao Ill Will priwIncU In Clinton went Rov. S. A. Owen, pastor ol tho Rich wcro married nt Paint, Lick tlio local op- elder In it cellar In this place. dry nml Ncitlhory wot at mond Hsptlst church, nnd Miss Kath-roy- u Tuesday evening. A child of Armp French, near Level tion election Tuesday. McAfee, of Winchester, nro to Henry PattcJson sold n pulr of broke William London shot and killed Jns Green, died Tuesday night of croup. marry Oct. 10. mulo for 1100 to ho used by tho English Mitchell at thu huad of Walllns Creek, Thu Republican printing outfit nl Rov. Mr. McDowell, of Cynthlana, army. Tbcy arc less than 1," hands In Harlan county, over a doc less than half cosu .Vrllo S. W. Da- will preach nt tho Presbyterian church high. A itavo mill at Irvlno, wa wrecked vis, Ml. Vernon. tit Ihietotivll.'e at 11 o'clock Sunday!I Saulley Hughes nnd othcrc Hll go to by n burstlnK )ulloy. Four mon wcro Tho Mt. Vernon tclephono station Is morning nnd ut MoKlnney at 3 in the Loulsvlllo this week. Mrs. J R Mount, hurt, onn of whom probably will die. located In Wesley's drug store, oppo afternoon. of LaGrungc, Is tho guest of her brothTho fiscal court of Adair allowed tl,. slto tho court house. Thj Methodist conference at Gin- - er, R. B. McRobcrts. 104.20 In claim and fixed a lovy of l'jc I). R, Tottcn, Indcpandant candidal, go passed a resolution by a vote of Tho stock holders of tbo National to liquidate tho county's Indebtedness. wo nro Informed, has withdrawn from Will At 8(1 to 00 requesting Hurbco ft Smith, Hand will vote next Saturday on the .V Crescent announces tho The Queen tho legislative race. thu publishing house agents, to resign question of reducing tho capital stock restoration of Its through train service Thero Is not a vacant house In town, In from $100,000 to 50,000. between Cincinnati and Jackaonvlllo though ihnro aro dally Inquiries by on account of their crooked actions tho famous "war cialra easu of tho M. Mr. T. N. French, tbo polite and exfor tho winter. partlci wlthlng to rent. E. ehurch, South, agslnt thu United perienced solicitor for tbo Liggett & rutl Clever "Dick" Ilrueo l K"lnK MUs Lucy Iluugh died In Loblsvillo " Mjcrs Tobacco Company, Is located for abettor of Hoyle, and what ho will last week. Her remains woro taken to Slates Evangelist J. E. noon, whoo parents hero and desires to meet tho farmers. who Is pitted nc;alnt Mcrshona' X Roads, Laurel county, for do for tho rad P. M. llvo near Kingston, will preach Oct. 12, Eld. C. E. Powell Is nttonrtlng tho him will bo a plenty. burial, old homo church, Mt. 'Aon. Ha Nntlonal Convention of tbo Christian at his Kphralm Helton, of Loillo county, Thu Colleglato Institute under the 4,000 uddltloos to church at Cincinnati. This Is tho 60th has due ll Bravo In n cavo near his charge Dr. A. E. Ewers, nsslslcd by hit. hud more than In Texas alone, session and It is known as tho jubilee homo and placed a tombstone, made by Miss Mary Cox, of Danville, Is progres- tho Christian church besides ho has held many successful convention. bis own hands, over It. sing nicely. New pupils are coming In meetings In quite n number of other At Caldwell ft Lanier's. Danville, Androw Jarman, whllo holplnir to dally. State. Richmond Cllmux. acciyou not only havo tho lnrgost stock of repair a brldiro near Hcrca, wo composoJ mostly of Our brass band, An energetic reporter worried Dr. boots, shoes, hats, trunks, valises &c, If dentally struck by n lover polo and died boys under IS, Is progressing nicely. if N'owrnnn Smytbc, of New Haven, to from Injuries sustained. Thero aro several uatural musicians "write a brief, crisp paragraph upou to select from, but tho lowest price to 1M pay after you select. William White, who stabbed among them. W. P. McClary Is a splentho subject of Hell for our Sunday edi n W. A. Ross, n citizen Wlnklor to death at Kingston two did tcacbor. tion." Dr. Smytho at last agreed and The Ilocrs will tight, and so will the public to get a chance t igo lo the wcek4 ajro, w captured at White Oak Whllo nil t'ctcrvo praise, who assist- sent this paragraph In to tho ofilec: and brother of Jailer David Ross, died this, Thursday, morning of paralysis. Ho had nearly starved to death. ed In making a success of tho barbecuo Kukcoo, tho 10 year old son of P. K. at H rod h end, Dannie Owens and Squlro Hell, in my opinion, is tho placo Particulars as to burial aro not known where your Sunday edition should be at this writing, ns ho lived in the counof North Jelllco Sampson, secretary R. L Itrown should bo placed at tbo published and circulated." try. Coal Co., at Orays, was thrown by u head of the list. n Mr. Jacob Ncvtus, aged 70, a Although tho notice that ho would raulo and kicked to death by tho aniFor the best lines of liryan will attract many oi our preach hero was short, Rev. W. S. farmer, died at his hnrno near mal. to your placo on tho 17th and a A. G. Wiseman has sold his homo now of Tuylorsvllle, had a Hryantsvillo on Tuesday. Ho was a Crlnsteud, BOYS' AND numncr of them will follow hi in to good crowd and cround on Cane Hun street, of Gen. D. R. Collier to hear him at thu Method- brolhcr-ln-laVanarsdale, of Loulsvlllo tho sarao as they did Goobol ist church Tuesday night and ho und an uncluof thclato Malcolm Nevlus to Mr. C. C. Huttonvlllo, who (rocs thero to reside, from Urodhrod to Livingston. preached a fine sermon from the text: who died In your city. D. C. I'oyntur and wife, and Mrs. for G,lXK). Rov Ira Partln tells mo that W G. "In my futber's huusu are many manGov. Hradlev crantcd a pardon to Win Poynter left last night for Mar sions." Ho is wc.ll pleased with his Haggard left Orodhcad 11 months ago Charles Winter, of Garrurd county, tlnnvlllc, Ind., where Mrs. Pointer, new field of labor, but freely admits his driving a team of horses and taking a (D C ) will enter a sanitarium to bo sent up for two years for hot: slcnllnir. purttnllty to Stanford and "her splen- milk cow. Ho traveled through 111., troubles. Thoy did people," us he always speaks about Ind., nnd Mo., and returned with tbo Winter Is but 10 years old." His time treated for ncrvou bo absent a month. will probably would have expired Oct. IS. samo team and cow, tho latter having them. Editor James Maret, of tbo Signal, Dan Owens was fouud cullt of they given milk every day. Jn Quality and Styles ever shown at tbo pi'ces. Here are a few starters: MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. murder of Herman Smith at London, will shortly havo ready for tho press Tho court of claims, so Clerk J. M. an enlarged map of Rockcastle county, and his punishment fixed at life Jack Walls, 22, and Miss Jennie Duncan tells me, allowed claims to tho Tho defendant crow death- on which ho has been working suvcral Sims, 20, were murrled ul James D. amount of $4,212, which is slightly In SPECIAL SALE. SPECIAL sale; ly pale when ho hcardtho verdict read. mouths. It will show all post offices, Sims' on tbo 11th. excess of tho amount allowed at tbo Regular Regular 60 c at 39 c. II 50 at $1.10, son of Fred Stark-c- railroads, churches, school houses, A Gcorgo Illco, aged 21, and Miss Clara last fall term. Tho court appointed " " 2 00 at 1.50, 75 c at 50 c, of Somerset, fell In a cistern. The roads, streams, otc. Duster, swcot 16, wcro married at the Dr. I. S. Wesley as county physician " 2.50 at 2.00, f 100 at. 85 c, Election Commissioners W. U. Jones, court bouso yesterday by Judgo James and surgeon at 9145 per annum. mother saw It and In an Instant Jump" " 3.00 at 250, 1 50 at 1 10, ed In after tho child. By bard work W. C. Mulllns and Dr. A. G. Lovoll P. Halloy, In his own Imprcsslvo way. Elder George Gowcn will preach at ' " 3 50 at 2.75, 2.00 at 1.50, her- - met here Monday and organised with she saved tho child and got out " " Wra. Carr, 73, of Valparaiso, Ind., Hubblo next Sunday and at Pleasant 250at200. 4 00 at 3.25, Mr. Mulllns as chairman and Dr. Lov " 3.( ) at 2.50, Grove, tbls county, on tho 4th Sunday. " 5 00 at 4.15, II. C. Dougherty, ono of tho best oll secretary. Election officers were has sued his wife who Is 09 for divorce Rev. Laps ley McKeo will begin revi" 4 00 at 3.60, after living together 50 years, alleging known resident of tho West Knd of named for tho various precincts val services at tho Presbyterian church This Special Sale will only last one week, and includes SleUon Hats and Stacy Wbttloy county, who Is ncarlng 70 throughout tho county but your report that sho treats him cruelly and inhunext Sunday, preaching at 7 o'clock Adams Shoes. We have many other bargains and want vou to sco them all. manly. Is charged with tho muryears of age, er has been unablo to sccuro tho Hit up Elds. S. A. Jones, of Mercer, and Ed each evening, and at 3 o'clock p. M., on der of William Hon, a resident of Pino to this time. Hubbard, of this placo, will begin a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and In ! and Is in Jail at Williamsburg. Knot, Tho republican speaking and barbe Friday, Edgar Watts, recently resident man- cuo at mis piaco last Saturday drew a protruded meeting at Mt. Moriah J. K. Robinson asked tho democratic Rectlred dally. All kinds of Underwear. Don't miss this chance. Chnrch, Highland, next Wednesday ager of tho Watts Stcol and Iron State contral commlttco to havo Mr. fair crowd estimated at between 800 Kcmtmbcr a'l Special Saltsare Cash. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Mlddlcsboro, has died suit In nnd BOO people. Somo claim more, night, 18th. at Bryan stop at tho depot in this city as Mrs. Fannlo Jones, a widow of 00, W. I). somo less. They didn't havo tho Hell circuit court against ho goes to Stanford on tho 17th. Ho tho prom Hurst for .V,000, becauso ho nttacbed Iscd log cabin pa rad o nor did thoy was married at Montpoller, O., to Hon-r- received an answer to tho effect that he FIshback, a youth of 20. Sho has would make six speeches tho household goods of Watu for $350. havo that promised brass bund. In each day, and Jots ol money, whllo FIshback hasn't a John A. Black, tho Harbourvlllo fact they had no music. that, on account of bis health, ho could clothing. banker, sold 10,000 acres of Whitley not do more. It was also, truthfully, W. C. Mulllns, of Livingston, ono of cbango of & Co., 136, William Wilson, of Florence, Ala., stated that be was not needed here, and county land to Michigan parties for Rockcastle's staunchest democrats, has Is dead from eating rough on rats his largo annonnccd his 110,000 cash. They will erect candidacy for tho legis that thoy only aimed to send him whero saw and planing mills on tbo land nnd laturc. Tho republican candidate will wlfo had put out. His wife Is insane bo is needed. with grief and has made a number of Tho Record has very appropriately go Into tho lumber business on an know after tho election thero was a unsuccessful attempts to kill herself. scale. advocated tb erection of a handsome race. Prom tho appearance of things Charles D. Ray, Paris, and TCato gale for our beautiful cemetery. This McCrcary, of this city, u hero and tho Indications In Laurel, wo For nice new stockholder In tho company which late- aro led tobollovo Mr. Mulllns will bo Hampton Vaught, daughter of Rev. Is badly needed, and tbo matter is being J.O. II. Vaught, pastor of tho M. E. pushed by parties who can succeed. It ly purchased the II. N. I. J: H. H. It., a winner. Dry Goods and Notions, tho Newest Things 111 ctyirch, South, were married at Mays-vill- c, Is understood has been tendered tho position of presthat tho trustees of tho Joseph Coffey, of your place was Neckties, Collars,Cull3, Slurtsand Undertho fathor of tho brldo pronounc- cemctory contemplate using considerident of tho new company, which will bora Wednesday. Mrs. Georgia Rice, wear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old operate tho road as tho Loulsvlllo It stenographer, Is taking In tho Louls- ing tbo ceremony. able funds to spread gravel on tho The Stuto Grand Lodgo of Odd Fol- wnlks, and the owners of lots will bo Atlanllo Line, which will probably bo vlllo Fair. Mrs. C. C. Williams and and Young. Latest Style Shoes Paducah elected tbo following expected to contributo most of tbo extended from Irvlno to ncattyvlllo. daughter, MUs Rlsslo, will go to Cin- lows at Por Ladles. Men, OlrU and Boys. Tlie vury latest things la Clothing. IS olllcors: Grand Mastor, Charles P. money for tho gate. Richmond Climax. cinnati Sunday night to attend tho y)ars' eipedeucu In taking measure and I can Dt nny old shape. I will Harrison Taylor, who im Indicted at Christian convention. Mr. Micklc, nn nos, Loulsvlllo; Deputy Grand MasMessrs. Johnson and Underwood, two be glad to'furnlsli you any day In tho yeur suitable goods nt bottom prices Plnovlllo as an accessory with his son, Insurance man from Alabama, wild his ter, Thomas Reed, Covington, Grand colorod orators from tho cities, spoke Grant, In tbo murder of Wllk Urock family will locate at this placo. T. T. Warden, A. I). Colo, Paducah; Grand at tho court-hous- o on Wednesday night Secretary, I!. D. Elliott, Loxlngton; Hoven yeurs ugo, was discharged bewuliaeo is in Amierxon county for a Grand Treasurer, Georgo W. Morrlf, in tho Interest of tho republican Stato cause It was found thut tho Indictment few dttys. Maco Mlllor is hero from ticket. Tho crowd was In tho ratio of Grand Representative, 10 colored to 1 white. Tho speeches had beon dehorned by cutting olT tbo Glun Mnry, Tcnn., on tho sick list. D Loulsvlllo; foreman's naino from tho Indictment. G. It. Ijiwrcnco Is making preparations Cluudo Hucklcy, Lexington. Tho next wcro a good average on that side. Thoy Tho case wus referred to tho grand to movo to Indian Territory. Hen meeting will bo held lu Loulsvlllo. .Insisted on loyalty to tho party and opW Bfc37CafcTKo3tattattat,M Jury for tiroihor finding, and they failHarks, tbo popular drummer who has COLORED WANTED posed every democratic prlnclplo. They RECRUITS ed to return an lndlcttnun'.. forgot that thero were moro democrats been oT tho road somo months on acTho recruiting otllcor at Loxlngton, thun republicans In tho Union army Tho Mtrlko of tho coal miner In count of slrknorg, Is again carrying Linrel county Is brokun, and nil tho his grliw over his territory. J. L. Jop-ll- n Ky.. has lust reeolved instructions to who fought for their freedom. colored men mines of tho county, except ono, tho Deputy Sheriff Win. Ward arrested Inn returned from Logana. C. C, enlist sound, Plttsburir. havo granted tho demands Williams Is uttcndlng London court. for cavalry service In the Phlllpplno Isaiah Paul kner, colored, and his son of tho minors, giving thoin an ndvanco C. C. Davis has been In Loulsvlllo to Islands. Thubo mon aro wanted utonco on tho charge of Bteallng und selling of 10 und 12 per cent, moio than they sea tho Midwuy. Neul 1'arrclt was and should apply liumed lately to tho llvo cattle belonging to Tram Conn. recruiting otllco ut Loxlngton, ICy. Thoy wcro lodged In Jail und tho exhavo boon getting for live yours. Tho elected school trusteu without n IS und 21 years of ago amining trial will be hold contracts wuro signed, und tbo strikers hero Saturday. L. M. Houk Is Hoys between colobralod their victory over tho no belter. Mrs. Fltz Krueger Is visit- must huvo written consent of pareuts Thureduy Tho exutnlnlng trial of " King out the o!3 Rlaj In ths new Ul miff JmsTC&.M ' or guardian, witnessed by a third per- Virgil Mulllns will bo held on Prlday operators by burning bonfires, shooting ing In Hydon, Li'slta county. Ring out the fabe Ring in the tne" ffltWlvnlliVLvJlllJ, son. dynumtto and a dlspluy of llroworks. m for the murder of Hud Pry ut HryantsitBjPKfclrew'y-!We bring to you the new and true from the Half rates to Indianapolis and re- villo lust Saturday night. Jauk ShearMlnuoaKlls hns now udded another (nVayKaBrV EMBM P!n:y forests of Norway Why experiment on yourself with rum notch to her greatness In becoming tho turn via thu C. II. & D. Ry.. on Oct. er will bo tried by Judge Hurnsldc on lies of doubtful utility when you ran frog markot In tho 2.'ld and 21th, limited to tho 20th for tho 10th in nino cuscs for selling whisCough Itomedy, which largest primary get CliauiU-r'aM'4mmmmW3i!m& on ucrount of tho mooting of the ky unlawfully on Kentucky river, world. Thu total recolpts of frogs and of time? Twenty. fivo has slood the test Hryantsvillo. frog legs in tbo city for tho current Carrlugo Hullders' National AssociaPin-Tar-Hoi.ey vests' tale und t.eu havo proven that rem year will bo somewhat In excess of 200,. tion. Call on your uearost C. H. & D On Tuesday Cicero Humber was Ui it piompt and curtain curu for idy to tried lu another easu for selling whls-k2,400,000 ugent for full particulars. 000 dozen, which means that . colds. It will cure a cold In a day If Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Witnesses woro Introduced touchcroakers havo puld tho extreme penalthat iiiuouiuMi iii:ahaciik. taken ss toon us tho cold h.s beon con science to a Pleasant, Pertoaaeat, Posltlro ty. Tho business has reached such WuiiM iiuUkly lemsyou.lfyuuuwl Dr. Klin ing tho ropututton of Mr. Church, the hufore It has sullied hi the Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces Thousauibuf if proportions In fact thai un army of man il,.i. I,,,.!. lillt merit for SUk tuttcivrs hueMoiv' witness for tho town. Somo sworo that ami Nrriruut llsaJJ hl..u of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. system. Hold by Craig it-- llockcr, frog catching aclii-.- Tiny make pure bloul ami atruiiaT Hem It was bad as to truth or voracity, upon now dopond Lungs are obfla-rstt- d The sore, weary cough-worsworo that It was good. mucus Is cut out the ths microbe-bearinTho total whuut crop of 1800 Is esti- throughout tho State for a livelihood. duly 'J4iuH. Muuvy bails lfuut lured, aolJ by whero others IVnuy, lruftii. Tho Jury failed to agreo. On Wednescnuso of that tickling is rerao rd, and the Inflamed mated by tho American Agriculturist A KlUUHTrTL lll.l NHKK day, Carey Mulllns, colored, was tried membranes are litalil and soothed so that then 605,350,000 bushols, In lis llnul report ut Tho two great natural gas companies Wlliutvii uiutfi liurrlblu lluru, biald, I'ulur Is no lndlnitton to cough. for tho sumo offense and with vory grown on 45,251,000 ueros, us compurcd llrul mine of Indianapolis cut oil tho gas from tbo much tbo sumo character of pi oof. Tho lliukieua Amir faivv, ins world, will km 001.9 BY ALL GOOD DRUGGIST a production last yeur which In Curea DM Sorv. lli ulu ail'l Toiully brat It. factories, business buildings and upurt-mowltu raver num. t'hvra, 1 ulL, IVlou., Jury fined him $100. Thero uro many BbitlaaOnly. 20o., 60s. n4 $1.00 Slata can Curu.,sllKlln Kniplluua. Ilt.t I'lleiursun rarlli, Is necessary on houKOs. This thu light of tho season's movement Only S3 (suits lux, Outs (uuraDlrwl caacs and It Is hoped that thoy MJ by B SURE YOU GET tho growing deereaiu of gas other lined to tho extent of ot huvo been less than 716,000,000 IVnuy DtujtfUt. LC. I. IM 03 V r A ROtoOl'r. JAa!" t'Uwt. tho law, will bo -m ao Rum; Tho uvcragu yield pur acre Is Indlanupolls Holds. bushols. In tho Br. Cell's IPto-T- tr Ucarr. 1 1 tiTaa autck ssl tnu3ccl re I Iff where they aro proved guilty. Tho S'tandurd OH Co. was fined $30 .i fafftbaaviUuronjtiaandroUa. placed at 12 5 bushels. Harrison's feu as chief mi titan" strcnc-Ui- S. U. A. MtuaUa. Counterfeit sliver dollars and $5 and for peddling oil at Frankfort und ap p Hon. W. L. Wl. Venezuela In tbu arbitraIt Is denied that tho gold pieces aro being distributed pealed. It says It li not a peddler and counsel for 110 sick man. FOX HALE AT PKNNY'I tion proceedings, It Is said, Is J250.000. son is a only delivers to retail customor. throughout tho South. n W. J. J. Bryan, C. S. BLACKBURN Speak And WM. GOEBEL At 6:30 - Stanford, Tuesday, Oct. 17th, Treat of Treats. Come Everybody And Enjoy A our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. well-know- well-know- MEN'S, w CHILDREN'S. Soils & Overcoats Hats. Shoes. y, ld Latest Styles Nobby Neckwear ayn-dlca- to y THB GLOBE, 'Phone J. L. Frohman Danville. Ex-Go- v. GO TO JAMES FRYE JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. able-bodi- ed mill MMMWHMltKt . oppo-ratio- m m n, DR. BELL'S bo-lo- w y. . n g 1 ii nt mm f wl -" Itr-u'.-- UHtii Bionr.. mmwmmtmmimmmtammm, ,K "-- r "i hi ''if TitT ' ! watti ASryuu.4 v s 4- - f r, Mil. A. Y. Courlor-Jouroa- l, mi .! r i fc ( I that thero aro not 300 democrats In Owen county, and that 830,000,000. An ultimatum has boon sontt of Goobd's majority thero will be 12,000." I'vnn Sottlo's brother doesn't draw Great Britain by t.o Trunsvaal gov llko ho docs. Jim Settlo spoko at ernment demanding tho Immcdlato troops from tho IJawcsvllla to 10 people, a majority of wlthdrawnl of British Dros Good. Clonks. Usrw.. Shoe. IjhIImT nnd dents' Furnishing'. Trim Wsh whom were republicans. Ho elicited frontier and nil other positions threat- Goods, Comforts and Klankcl, Men's and Boys' Clothing, UrilVnml Men's Mats, npplauso only once, and that was when ening tho Boer country. Great Britain at the ho said that between Gooict and Tay- Is expected to pay no attention to tho lor ho would voto for Taylor. This ultimatum, and an early beginning of Tom Tagoakt has mado his election disgusted what few democrats wore hostilities Is expected. Domlnlck C. O'Malloy, editor of tho Aftek many vexatious delays and for mayor of Indianapolis suro for tho (Ircscnt, ard thoy left tho room. disappointments, resulting from cir- third term, though his majority Is not No stono has been left unturned, no Now Orleans Kvonlug Itc.n, and C. cumstances that tho board could not so great as formerly, being only 317. tale untold and no tchemo unworked Harrison Parkor, Stato tax collector control, tho Kentucky Houses of Re- Thodomoerats also elect city clork, by tbo opponents of democracy to beat and chairman of tho Louisiana demo-crat- h form arc nearly In shapo for tho recep pollco Judgo and councllmcn at large. Goebel and the ticket bo heads. And Stato campaign committee, fought n street duel In New Orleans, tion of 200 boys and at tho meeting of Tho republicans get six councllmcn. yet tho effect has been only to strengthUlg hoavy Fleeced lined UnderVrslee Suits (or little fellows from thn board Tucsdav It was ordered that Tbo talk of contest by tho republicans en democracy's standard-bearnod and each man was seriously, If not fatally wounded. Tho troublo originated wear, elegant quality, would be three lo eight years, coals havo governor bo notified that ho coiild of Taggart's election has about the bring to tho support of tho regular In n cartoon In the Item last Sunday cheap at 10c, our prlco 2Do large sailor collars, trimmed In issue his proclamation that on Nov. 1. ticket a crowd of loyal voters which representing Col. Parker as a Hula light or dark colors, plaid and mixthe Institutions would bo opened for In any dog being led by astrlng by Gov. FosThe Mountain Sentinel, published In outnumbers tbo participants ed patterns, 81 to S3 60 Ladles Fait lllack Cotton Hoco, offenders. It was further orand labeled "Mo Too." juvonllo ter county of Clay, mado former election. Present Indications lleece lined, worth 20c, our prlco dered that public and elaborate exer- tho aro that Goebel will get many more lOo J. M. Ladles' fur trimmed Capes, 20 In. cises bo held on Thanksgiving day. Its appcaranco on tho 5th with votes than both Taylor and Brown put TLASHESOF WIT. Bradley and others to make McComb, editor, and W. W. Baxter, together. Hartford Herald. long, good values at 11 50, our price 98o with Gov. Men's heavy llcecn lined Underrnniirnt Paragraphs That Have am wear, sold everywhere at $1 50 suit, addresses. Tho governor has Ukcn associate. It is a rather dangorous Whllo lo Now York Senator Black Air of Wisdom, great interest In tbo establishment of place for a man to say what he pleases, burn said to a reporter: "The rovol II. Mcintosh Coats, nlco black, ca Don't tnko physic when you should our prlco and has rendered the but theso gentlemen doubtless know against Goebel and tho regular demo the Institutions coat, wefth 12, sale price SI. 48 take exerclco. board valuable assistance, and tho their business and have counted the cratle ticket is fast breaking down. It We lack will more often than wo do Misses' Uulon Suits Jersey ribbed, members feel that his administration costs. has spent its force, and can not last. strength. nicely trimmed and linithed, would Men's heavy llubber, Fine should bo given due credit for It by Character Is the diamond that no l a bargain nt 60c, our prlco Red Fox Buonston, who, wo are Wo wlli surely win. Tho SI. 25 25c having the dedication before his term Informed, changed from a gold stan- movement, headed by Brown, Is simply otlior Mono can ecrntch. of tho location If wlw men nindo no mistakes, fool expires. Tho dard to a frco silver man, In a night, a vehicle for certain democrats to car- would have no excuse for . Lndi"' IIW, black, a 10 1 Gray or While Mantel. buildings is In a beautiful grove on the has hired a hall at Lexington to tell ry them Into the republican ranks. The world wngs easily for him who bargain atJ25c, our price 48c 15c good quality, top of a knoll, 4 miles from Lexington why he will not support Goebel. The Brown, In my opinion, will not get has lime to wnlt for the wnggtn. on the Grecndale pike, and about half a reason, however, can be given In a line: moro than 8,000 votes, and this Is not Tho man who'? nfrold.to go Heavy ribbed Underwear for Men I Jtrgc alio Comforts, well rrnde. mile from the Cincinnati Southern rail- Bronston's democracy Is waning and he enough withdrawn from Goebel lo de- fight Is nlrondy half whipped. Into the Hue, Ilrown and Gram colored way. Tho grounds embrace 200 acres worth JI.60. our sale price It Is affectation to um n long wonl feat him." wants to further advertise himself. and a large number of the boys will bo 08c Gngracd In silver with a silver roos when n short one will do Just an well. per suit things taught agriculture and other at POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. White tjullls, ter surmounting aro Invitations sent Many a writer has mode n growo of 50c himself by taking n quill In his band. connected with tho farm. Kentucky Ladles' elegant quality Jersey out as follows: TIks prolllgnte nephews who live on Vest, has been a long tlmo providing for her Grover Cleveland writes a letter tak silk trimming, well worth 10c, You are cordially invited to come to 10 1 Gray or White lllanken, their uncles nru really no than our prlco juvenllo criminals, but when the ing his stand with the Loulsvillo on the 18th day of October. antra ters. 25c pretty borders, good weight, reguHouses of Reform aro completed as American League. Ontbatday, at the Loulsvillo Jockey the lar values $1.25 After a careful poll of tho State, Club grounds, tbo regular democrats of The brnvo, strong mnu converts his planned she will be far In the forefront Men's colored Underwear, nicely cnemlc Into friends; the cownnl Hooks Judge Pryor says that Mr. Goebel will with buildings and appliances' of the Louisville will keep open houso and to kill his. finished Vest and Pants, cheap at be elected by 37,000 plurality. latest and most approved designs. 10-When nn Individual Is In the wrong, 76c per suit, our price for Shirt and from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. will be pleased a.l wool HlankrU, regular Caleb Powers, republican nominee to entertain you with somo good demo he gels mod: when a nation In tho 1'auls 92.9H $3.00 quality, sale price 48o The goody goody Brownltcs roll for secretary of state, had an audience wrong, It Incites a war. Ulllott's eyes In holy horror, becauso Sen- of 36 at London, another prophet with- cratic speeches and an old fashioned their Kentucky barbecue. You arc also reator Goebel was forced to kill a man, out honor, fee. quested to Invite all democrats and any All "orla. We aro lclter prepared this season than erer to meet the want of our many but apparently forget that their patron H. G. Overstreet, a prominent repubpatrons in tho saint would have, on two occasions at lican politician, says that 300 republi- voters who with proper teaching may least, taken the lives of his fellow man cans of Daviess county will vote for become democrats to como with you and enjoy good cheer and a lino demo but for his bad markmanship. 'Heshot Goebel In November. cratic time. at his homo butcher once for giving Joseph Wassman, republican, was htm a tough steak and during a speech elected tray or of Chattanooga by a BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. at Bardstown In 1860, when We was plurality of 37 votes. The Issue wat a We extend to you nn Invitation to come and look through our stock Department. a young man, Brown would have kill- city ordinance closing saloons at 10 Robert Harris, of Klkbart, Ind was ed an old man, who Interrupted him, o'clock. The republicans opposed it. drowned while trying to save hi dog had some one not grappled with him. Tho trip of tbo president and his that had fallen into the river. There was murder In his heart on both cabinet through the West bas already Tho British government has already occasions and he Is doubtless recorded proved to be a political stumping tour. expended nearly $20,000,000 for war In the great book as a murderer. An Tho speeches of all the cabinet minis preparations in the Transvaal. examining courtdlscharged Mr. Goebel ters are direct appeals tor political supTwelve cases of typhoid fever have for the killing of Mr. Sandford and two port. developed in tbo Bible College of Ken by a hostile grand juries, presided over H. Cook Faulkner, who used to be tucky University, at Lexlngr n. The ChcTt House in Town judge, refused to Indict him. Yet the Barbourvllle's "red botest" democrat, Tho Vanderbllt-Morga- n syndlcato holler than thou outfit declines to ac- spoko for the Taylor ticket at Corbln ono-tlf- tb of tho railroad & CO., A. cept this state of facts as a vindication the other night. He repudiated Bryan controls over Stubb This would txi n tine place to mileage of the world 10,220 mllc of tho man and proof that be acted In In 1890, but claimed to be a gold demogo uuttlng. T.D. 1UNKY, Manager, Another murder mystery shocks his necessary self defense. Consistency crat. Penu Nutting lu a theater? New York, caused by tho Undlng of , llranch stores at Eliiabethtown. Klkton, She'by vllle, Versailles, Hards is a jowel, but tbo Brownies and others Stubbs Yes, there are peunuta In the Jake Corbett is a true blue. He Is fragments of a woman's body in various gallery, polished cocoonuts In the front town, Hopkinivllle, Madlrauviile, Morganfield, Georgetown, Ky , Clsrksrlllr, Tcnn. who persist in their cry of murderer, do speaking for the democratic ticket, places. row and chestnuts on the stage. not possess It. while his brother, Hal, Is doing duty At Hickman, Freo Hopen shot and for the L. & N. ticket. At Bardwell ' A Henav of Injury. The Louisville Post, which has done Jake denounced Hal for bis desertion killed his business partner, T. L. Kvor-bo- I, "It's the ncme of Inconsistency!" exand committed suicide bv jumping all in Its power to bring Gov. Bradley's to the Brownies. claimed the musician as ho tried tho administration into contempt, when it At Minneapolis, in welcoming the in tho river.. Gov. Bradley bas again refused to keys of his cornet. found that it could not use him for its Minnesota volunteers home from Ma "What's the trouble?" purposes, is now damning him with its nila, President McKInley elaborately Issue a pardon for Frank Sccarce, tho "They say that nothing Is too good praise because be has decided to make defended the policy of expansion and Lexington forger, who Is serving a for n returning hero." three speeches for the Taylor ticket. ridiculed the opponents of the acquisi- terra In tho Frankfort penltentliry. "That's right." The committee for the perpetuation "Then why do tlu-- make roe ctrt wit Knott knows that Bradley's voice Is tion of more territory. of tbo Dewey Victory Arch at Now tho selection from 'Dlu WtUkurr which worth many thousands of votes for the The nomination of Admiral Schley und play 'A Hot Tlmo real candidate of tbo L. & N. and as on tho democratic ticket for vice pres- York, in marble, have received pledge wo had In tho Old Town J" Why do they give his object In supDortlng tho sham ident Is not an improbability. There of 9100,000 toward carrying out tbo h'.in tin) best bouquets and the lxt candidate is to elect tbo real candidate, would be no question about Maryland t speeches they Hcnlpttiro nnd the C. M. Gardner, editor of Our Sunny his joy knows no bounds when he finds or any othor Southern Stato going can And and Insist on tho worst muLand at Miami, Fla., was killed by sic?" Washington Star. that the governor Is to aid in his de- democratic Dulutb Herald. Marshal Frank at West Palm Beach, signs. Knott knoweth bis master's The Odd Fellows aro all right. In a over an article which had uppcarcd In JVsiioom in Hlal. will and serviloly docs it 300 at meeting of the delegation of (who has "Interviewed" Gardner's paper. grand lodge at Paducab there was only but the laundryman lu his It is sent to tho Loulsvillo Drs. Hlvers and btewart, two young from Beaver Dam that tho au ono outspoken Brown man. Others physicians of Paducab, have discover block on the Dreyfus verdict) Well, Goebel would dience thoro "cheered wildly" when expressed tho belief that ed what they claim to be an Infallible John, what Is your opinion nlxnit this Was never In Stanford. Infants' Ml Shoes, Children's IUcm Shoes Wood Dunlap, in introducing Gen. bo elected governor by an enormous euro for tho morphine and whisky hab wretched trnTesty on Justice known as tho Cuptnln Dreyfus cawo? and School Shoes, Ladies' turns and welt holts, light weight calf skln, Taylor, said that "W. S.," his Initials, majority, and claimed that tbo bolting its, which cures in a day. John Colla' 2 cen', towel fo' cen G. W. Wulker, who weighed GOu stood for" Wont Steal." Come to think of movement was fast dying out. Old l.mliei.' Wool-lineShoes. Kulihers to lit them all. S ivn Pay money when get Tho bolters aro trying mighty bard pounds, died at Mlcbuwuku, Ind., und hhulteo No it, such a remarkable statement should Chicago Tribune. wushee. eledlt foothold In Pulaski, but we Win. Williamson, who was (1 feet 8i have been "cheered wildly, ' for It was to get a not only a wild statement, but ono of predict they won't succeed. Roaring died at Marietta, O , Tuesday. Both llldn'l Irak. to me," remarked tho pros"It such transcendent eloquonco and mag- Bill Sweeney Is billed to speak at had to have specially madocolllnsv :! while on Monday IiicIh-nificent thought that It was Butllclent to Somerset tomorrow, In adltllculty over family troubles, pective tenant as he noted four of water In tho basement, "that this Arch Traitor Brown will tell tho Albert Wolff shot his have made u wooden Indian yell or a Ol- -, brass monkey go crazy. Wood Is a go people there what a bad man Senator lie flrowo. Tho latter's wl'e wus ill cellar leaks."Not n "Leaks? bit of It," HKke up nlus and bis erudite audiences appre- Goebel Is. when she heard thu news and tho the hustling agent. "Why, that waW. R. Day, who was president of tho shock killed her. All uro of Covington. ciate bU originality of thought and ter's there for u month, nnd not n American peace commission, says that perspicuity of Bcntlment. Loulsvillo gets u rure honor out of drop bus escapl." 1'hllndelptitn. tho commissioners never claimed a if! The Louisville I'ost has mado one right to the Phlllppinu Islunds as ter- tbo fall curnlval. The lioness Vlctoriu, TP.VT?-!- ' f.j5 Too Hull. convert hero at least. Will Sovoranco, ritory won by conquest. Ho says the in Hugcnbeck's collection of trained "Did you enjoy yourt-el- f this sumgoods merchant, bearing bo S20,000,000, which Spain received, was unlmuls now on tbo carnival grounds, tbo dry mer?" asked tho girl lu blue. much said against Goebel by paid liars, paid out of generosity to u fallen foe, whelped four cubs slnco her arrival "Unjoy myself," answered thu wowas doubtful whether he ought to sup- with tho Idea of securing I m mod I u to there. man who had Just returned from tho Oberlln M. Carter, tho disgraced mountains. "Well, 1 should hay not. port blm or not, but slnco reading tho peace. A dispatch from Frankfort says Judge army otliccr, has paid thu lino of $3,000 Why, there wasn't n row or n scandal free copy of the l'ost he gets, be has come out Hat footed for tho wbolo dem- Robert J. Breckinridge, tbo nomlneo lniKJsed by tho court murtlul, His during Um; whole tlmo wo were there." Chicago Post. ocratic ticket. "I am tatisUed fully for attornoy general, has directed that check for that amount was sent to Bur-tiethut tho man has been slandered," ho all speaking appointments for him bo United Slates District Attornoy In the floldrn Future, He will bo confined ut tho Leavsaid, "especially since seeing tho vllo cancelled until furthor notice His son Yez Park Pollcemuiv Kuito out! u enworth, Kas., penltuntlay. 111 und thought to be In vituperation und ubuto that tho Louis Is seriously wld To lake the liquor euro, $ 5,000; to can't como In hero Why that horse! viSlo sheet heaps upon him " Keep It dying condition. Ono of tho appoint not? Tho Other Mnu up Knott You aro not Injuring Goebel, ments cancelled was at Loulsvillo on remain sober u week, $5,000 more; to "It's agin tho rules. How can wo leuvo drink ulono forever, $10,000 a knpo tho palrk cluuo un tho roadways but making a lurnutlun fool of yourself the 18th. In his speech at Owcnton, Judgo ycur for life thut wm what Martin smooth If wo let tho dirty balsts In? Leaving this unsavory aide of the Pryor told of his first meeting with Dutton, of Poughkcepsle, offered his Dhrlve out o' hero now!" Chicago subject, tho query arises, what tent Senator Goebel, then a boy just oil son, Gould M. Duttou. Thu young man Tribune. these monsters urhore, with tbo sea thu streets and beginning tho tud,y of lias sturted In to win tho prize. ICntlrrlr Too Zruloui, like a mill pond and no violence of law in Gov. Stevenson's olllce. Ho said M. J. Casllcmun und Dr. K. W . Tor-ri& lllggs Why did you shoot your wind to drive them on thu beucb? The that within u few years Goebel, still a fell out over u gumo of croquet In watchdog? Wasn't ho tiny good? wildest theories were broached. Sui- boy In years und upiearancc, wus ar- Gallatin county, when Custlotnun struck Hoggs Too good. Ho refused to let cide, because tbo sand bud got into guing Important conetltutlonol ques- Terrlll with u mallet, knocking blm my wife's rich undo como near tho house, und tho old gentleman sweurs wad the fuvorltu tbolr "blow-boles- ," tions beforo u justlco In tho highest down, und then struck him ugulnon tho Cypress Shin ,0S Iron Fence. solution among the "knowing ones." trlbunul of thu Stato. Judgo Pryor's head, fracturing his skull und causing he will disinherit us. New York Journal. Crossing a poUoned streak of gulf speech was a com pic to Indorsement almost Instant death. C'astleuinn water wus the next In favor, and so on. not only of Senator Goebul's candidacy, Iteiuoted I'rom Kvll Klnliiple, (( "Hobby, you must go to bed now," but of his wbolo public und private Tho Assistant Secretary of tho Waii seem lo bo on In thu Trans- career. "Hut. ma, It Isn't time." issued un order anVundurlip has vaal, A lurgu foicu of British is push"Yes, It Is. Your Undo Itohcrt nnd Congressman Settle says uftar u can- ticipating the November Interest with your ing towurds the bordur und a severe father uro going to tell uhat bud Mill Work. Metal Roofing. battle is exacted any mdinent. The vass of thu 7th district thut Goebel will out discount. Thu order also provides lwys they used to bo at school." Chivontllct promises to bo long and bloody. carry It by 5,000 to 0,000. "With u full for anticipation of thu entire llscal cago Itccord. antt-Gocb- ol six It called THE INTERIOR JOURNAL the tho death of a loving upon to mother, mourn and tho wbolo Stnto press and his many oiler tho tendereit sym Stanford. K.Y., Oct. 13, 1899 other friends was formorly Miss Salllo pathy. Sho Beauchamp, of Soencer county, and married Mr. Salom II. Ford In 1858, W. r. WALTON. who, with thrco other children, Mrs. J. D. Kcnnady, Mrs. Uroy Woodson and if-A-q-ieMrs. Stewart Starling, survive. is Ford, managing editor of I knowledge of tho situation In Owen," he am "I want to go on record as saying 2 10 of 1 montii. 11 tnisouer is ia- -i ken ndvantnge of, It will rolcaso about cnl- - sr' Pr Interest nt a discount of Krory Department - READY FOR PALL BUSINESS; Louisville Store. er feud-rldd- en antl-Goob- cl tn-tt- 4 1 VXav CLOAKS & CLOTHING The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors. Owen-drum- y prc-iore- d In-s- w, iM-e- .LADIES' I I FOOTWEAR I I A Completer Stock I I I Styles theJLatest, Prices the Lowest, Quality, the Best. I H. J. M'ROBERTS. I d I .i. l'. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG HOOKER. ll A. CSmE, STANFORD, KY. 0? I- - t, k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Oct. 13' 1899 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For (tomnor, WIM.IAM OOKIIKU Fsr Urtittniot OoTrrnor. for AtlorDty lltnrril, II. J. IIKKCKINKIDIIE-FoAuditor, Tor TrMturer, J.C.W. lSO IlKCKIIAM. r COULTER. 8. W. HAUKR. ForStcrtUryolHtal. C. IIIIECK Ker or 1'iiMlc Initrurlton, IIAIIKV CCIINEV. Kor CoiuiulMloncr of Asrlcullurr, IO.V II. XAI.L. Vot lUllroml S""'lnlnjfnt MM, Cinuululonr, C. (' JKCIIOIIII. M. I' XOKTII. For lfrMeDUIIt MIDDLEBURG. TI10 schools mo closed this week anil ho youths aro happy, Walter Wnrrcn bought of John Oaki a houiio and four acres adjoining his farm on Olx river for (200. It was reported hero last week tint tVro would bo three weddings at New Salem Sunday. Wo have not been nblo to learn how many hearts wore mada happy, or whether any were. Thcro was but llltlo Intercut manifested In Ilia school election In this section. At Turkey Knob thcro Has o election at all, ttiero not bolng O3oui;h present for election officers. Mr. Wllllitm MclnUifh and Mir Jennie McAnlnch were married Tuesday morning at Col. II. II. McAnlnch's. The groom Is a von of J. W. Mcintosh, of Yoscmllc, and Is a splendid young and his brldo Is a granddaughter of Col.andMrs.II.il McAnlnch. and a lovely young lady. Thomas Carter, who moved to Shelby county last spring, was hero last week looking after some unsettled business, lie tells us that the bolters of Shelby have cither gono to woods or to look for Gocbel, and thatithcro Is no talk of a bolt thcro oow. Tom was wearing a Gocbel button and seemed as proud of It as a little boy of his Cret i breeches. Poor men In Lincoln county should think twlco beforo voting against M. P. North. Mr. North Is a plain, ovcryday sort of follow, and Is not above tho levol of common people. IIo might have been soon most any day last sum tnor dressed In overalls, a striped cotton shirt and slouch bat, working sldo byIda with men on his farm. Ho has nono of that proud aristocracy about him, that Is said to hare characterized his opponent through life. Klccl Millard North and you will have a representative, who will speak to you In Stanford, or nny where clsn ho may meet you. T. S. U. I i'lio yo- uwant onsumpikin? Ve are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But It comes to many thousands e cry year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat Is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are Inflamed. Stop your cough when Iffirst appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. 1 of the Democratic National Committer. ' eyes The of Democrats all over the Prominent Divine Strongly Kiiilnrccs United States are turned toward Kenthe Democratic Ciimliilnte. tucky. The Democratic national committee, which me, at Chicago Sept. IS, adopted the following resolutions: NOMINEE A MAN TO TRUST. "Tho national committee of the Democratic party In session at Chicago to Not Mure .iiickfum' liny llm Such a consider the work of party organizaI. fader Mood on the Klrlng tion preparatory to the campaign of I.Iiip uf Untile for tho 1900, sends greeting to the Democracy I'roplc's Cniiso. of the nation, with the assurance that the prosptct of Democratic success next nev. W. T. Tlhhs of Mount Sterling, year grows brighter every day, and wo one of the ablest and best men In have every reason for confidence as to Kentucky, having been Invited to In- the outcome. The great need now is troduce Mr. Gocbel at hit ipcnklns; ap- party unity and thorough organization pointment at Mount Sterling, and be- Tho committee appeals, therefore, to ing unoblo to be there, wrote this our party friends In all the states, and strong Indorsement of the Democratic ctptclally In the states where elections are to be held this year, to put aside all nominee for governor from lied Sullocal differences wherever they exist phur Springs, W. Va.: nnd support the regular party ticket "John Young Drown was one of our earnestly and enthusiastically, keepbest governor. During his public ca- ing always In view the great struggle reer, from his first speech to tho recent of next year, and remembering that In unity there Is strength and In division day of 'vacillating weakness when ho weakness. Especially do we appeal to slipped and fell, I followed him with the Kentucky Democracy to give loyal Is my cusInterest and admiration, as support to the regular ticket In that tom. I sought all Information bearing state, headed by Mr. Goebel, nnd thereon his life and character nnd mado by make a sure Democratic victory In of the real tann. I know the state and the return of measurer-t-ut him. Illackburn to the senate of tho United "I know William Gocbel. With tho SUtca." assurance of knowledge I nfflrm that IlryHii's SugKfotloiM. the life of William Goebel from childIn, his speech delivered at Chicago hood lo this stormy hour of battle has ninny moved on a more elevated Mr. Ilryan, In discussing tho Trust piano and has developed a far nobler Evil, suggested one remedy. He said: "Tho great trouble has been that character. He Is a man to trust. When the truth has shamed to silence the while our platforms denounce corporaweary llbcler. tho slanderer nnd the tions, corporations control the electors calumniator, this heroic man xvlll not and place under obligations to them only be trusted, but loved as well. Not tho men who ore elected to enforce the since tho day of Andrew Jackson hux law. Lot me propose n remedy not a such a Democratic leader stood on the remedy but a step, I think. In the right fiery front of battle to nake all the direction. Let the laws, state and nafury of his foes nnd to evoke tho tional, make It n penal offense for any corporation to contribute to nny camdeathless devotion of his friends. "Since tho Ioulsvllle convention I paign fund of any political party. You hnvo met two typical advocates. Tho remember the testimony taken beforo a first to accost me was a stranger of In- senate committee. a few years ago, tellectual force and Insinuating man- when tho head of the sugar trust testiners. IIo gently unfolded beforo me fied that the sugar tract made It Its nn appalling picture of the moral tur- huslces to contribute to campaign pitude of Goebel, and against he told funds, and when asked to whtdh one It a fascinating story of the shining vir- contributed, replied that It depended To which fund do tues of all the men In his part of the on circumstances. was state who were against the Democratic you contribute In Massachusetts?' Republican fund.' To purpose of placing the asked. To the ticket for the New York?" 'To the Tlcpuhllcan candidates In power. II which fund in Democratic fund.' "To which fund In asseverated that all the good men wore New Jersey?' 'Well, I haw to look at against Gocbel. A happy coincidence tho books; that Is a doubtful state.' I enabled mo to learn that he was on don't mean to say that the remedy will the payroll of tho Louisville and Nash- bo a oomploto ono, but I believe when ville Railroad company. He took mo you prevent a corporation from confor a Mount Sterling attorney of Incor- tributing to campaign funds you have ruptible virtue. Silence suddenly set- taken a step In the right direction totled upon him. After reflection he wards better legislation." cam to assure mo the L. & N. railroad This Is a forecast of the speeches Mr. was not using as much money In this Dryan will malw In Kentucky during campaign or taking as active a purt as the last half of October. If such a law soma people supposed. existed In Kentucky and could bo ap"My second Interviewer was a dis- plied to the L. A N. railroad, the stato tinguished minister of the gospel, for a Democratic ticket would win by 100,000 generation a conspicuous figure In re- majority. ligious enterprises In Kentucky, known Discrimination Is IloMiery. and loved by thousands, oven beyond Dourke Cockran In his speech at th tho borders of tho state. To his anxious Inquiry I replied that It was trust meeting nt Chicago said: "The public official in control of any claimed thut all tho good men In Montgomery county whlto nnd black great public franchise who gives to were against the Democratic ticket, nny ono man opportunities at tho bnt there were enough sinners In of another, robs that other parMontgomery county to make some ty, if not of the property in his posnol&o for Goebel, Illackburn and De- session, of the opportunity to acquire mocracy; that not being myself Investproperty." ed with .the crystalline virtue nnd eleIt is this evil that the McChord railvated piety that characterises tho op- road bill, indorsed by tho Democratic position, I was not a bit too good to convention, Is Intended to prevent. Mr. voto tho Democratic ticket, and that Cockran suggesed this remedy; probably many of the saints wouldl fall "An officer of a corporation grantfrom grace and enter the ranks of us ing a special favor to any person who has the right to use that possession on sinners. "Tho grand old minister then In- equal terms with everybody else ought formed me ho had taken little interest to bo held guilty of a serious felony. Are flic Member! so TRIBUTE TO GOEBEL. FOR GOEBEL AIAW WENT VISITING.' ! I AND PAW SOON GOT TIRED OF COOK- INQ FOF1 HIMSELF. So lip I'nilrrtooU In Hire n ftlrl, anil Urnrsle TrIU All About Hip Trun-l.l- r. Tlml IIpCpII 111. Worllir Slrp In Ilia t'ruvonlnl Splirrp. ' The present standard of these famous shoes Is the high est that experience, perfect material, nnd careful making can produce. We shall maintain this "standard of per fection "I iio wlmt I'm goln to Do," paw fiiys After IIo tried Cooketi two Dnzo when mn ivn Awny Vlnltiiu. "I'm n co n to Illru n (!url. You're maw's nlwnys gvowleii nhotit How hard It Is to Hire n Uurl. Hut I'm ngotu to Sim Her how Illnmed easy It Is If a purson goes at It I'ropper." So ho put n nnd In the I'ater and the next livening: thny was Three como to sec nbout It. Two of them looked In the place nnd snled thny Didn't hnvo no Time to make a Hargalu then. So pnw nut the Last One to come In tho kitchen nnd talk about It. She was n Large Gurl with ynllow Hore. "Whnre's tho missus?" she says when Sho throwed n Cold glauco around. "She's nwny vlsntun," paw says. "I gess she must a lieu Gone n Long time," tho Gurl told paw, "Hy tho Looks of Things. How tnenny you Got In the Fnmbly?" "Only four," paw Told her. "I sposc you Don't Count tho Dawg nnd the pigs what's Dili rootin around I " in every J "Ultra" we make. ' ULTRA FOR WOMEN! IN ALL STYLES. ONE A SHOE "OCT OF THE ORDINARY" No woman's shoe selling for less than $3.50 the price of is as good as the Ultra. No shoe selling for the Ultra more can be any better. Big sales and small profits are why Ultra shoes are both good and cost less than shoes sold for high prices and fancy profits. i H. J. McRoberts. PRICE, $3.50 Per pair. i od7r7recpin$ "enmanjsnitt, S JStfiorT7iana7 M ftte L. seer ts thc eHtjtPter 7 ygeufrttinf. eierany. Xjt'IiWIM iU17VIf S tfrndfbr klalcgut A Family Carriage That combines beauty and comfort with convenience, is one of our well iiinde, enny nnd elegant Surrejs. It is unexcelled for workmanship, iliirliiliiy and comfort, nnd will give more Miiisfactiuu fo' general family use thftii other Wn are selling ramie them C'teap and rid-lu- g car-rin- "WHARF'S ITIK MlSSUSf" Here," she Last gurl nnd "I Don't no anserd. "Wo In says. "Who was your why Did Sho Leave?" !,ljll Hi B. K. Opji. Couit-Ileus- Her Last name," paw Called her Gusty. She Wearen & Son, Stanford, Ky. e, Got Sick." "I Should think she would Git sick," tho Gurl sod purty 6assy. "Do you git a woman to come In and Do tho wash-en?- " "No," paw says Like If "Well, I mite of knowed that," Sho told Him. "I gess you Don't Deleave washen's a Good thing around Here. What Do you Do, Jlst walr your clos till they aro woreout?" "Say," paw Hollered, "1 Don't want no Hack talk frum you. 1 gess this plals wouldent Soot you ennyway." "That's tho Host gess you ever maid In your Life," She says. "I'm used to worklu whuro folks Is Ilcflned and Lives Decent. I Hope you wouldcut expect enny Iluddy to Cook meals on a Old Knsheiied Stove Like that." "It Don't make no Difference what we would wnut them to Do," paw told Her. "You Don't Haft to take tho Job, and tho Door wharo you como In ain't Locked neither." "I dldeut Como here to Git Insulted," She Sod offel Savldgc. "I want you to understand you're Talkcn to a Lady. 1 fcposc you nlu't used to It, Uut you Hotter Lorn How." Then Sho lifted up Her dress purty hi nud Stepped Over n Stewln pan. and n llrokcu I'late what was Laylu on tho Floor aud went out, saylu: "You'll Do sorry for tho Brutlo way you spoko to me." scared. lie was purty THE FOX ART GALLERY, DAN.VILLE, KY. the most up. to dte Gallery in Central Kentucky, hiving been recently equipped with the tuarveloin Anutigmat Lenses; the now discovery hi optic.! science I wish to say to the Ladlet that TI1I1U no THESEJustLENSES FLA TTER. lare received a stock of the very katest Designs '1 r) JVfouldigs. Patterns never sold in thin locality before have to be seen to he appreciated. Sit-abl- u for framing from the siinplist photograph tu the most elaborate paintings. Amuug tho lot in tho Now French "r'leiir mouldings specially for mit.ble delicate pictures. Embroidered lats, French Water Colors, and nil pictures that re quire, a (l.iinly frame. When in Ihiuville, call and fcce tic and get our prices. We will save ou money . I'.M Third Street Opposite Post (Mice. Danville, Ky. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO In politics for many years, but ho had Jliiiw'e been aroused by the false and cruel attacks upon Mr. Goebel to make n thorough Investigation, which resulted lu his thorough and ndhurwnt ndheilon to tho Democratic cause. IIo declared that no public man had yet bolted whoso prlvato lifo or public record favorably with Mr. would compare Goebcl'8; that In his part of tho stato tho character of the opposition to Mr. Goebel had fired tho indignation of tho pcoplo; that more thsn the usual Dem ocratic majority was assured for tho ticket; that Goebel's victory would be signal and glorious of which he was fully worthy. "And so may it be! "In tho langungo of that eloquent old Confederate, wboeo worthy fett aro safe In the pathway that leads from Woodford to Washington: "He thut dallies Is a dastard, And ho that doubts Is damned.' "W. T. Till US." JCiierpg I tPecfopait It slops coughs of all kinds. does to because it is a soothing and heallne, remedy of great power. This makes It the greatest preventive to consumption. Put one of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whola Modloml Library Froo. For fuur l.i ttamr trtpay toil-Sr wlllaniiUjruutllUtummllcuI rnu h ur W VM W iMinllj til t Itwin fur kIvihit lurdiral itu.ikv. t.rus irvr'T mi m 111 Motltoul Advlco Froo. litta lli rirlutltr trrrlrri of Old or Hi uiulmliiwnt lijrlrUu iwu i,uii' riai. niujuai ii Hjr lUlllllvi SUil lublf tllll. m ru jour r lou nmttitliiiH mR iruiuit rvuir. without eit. AJdr.u, DIU J, 1.' AVKIl. lAIHIlil, Mali. W V 9 mm yicuufi GUM HAIR i. PAftkCfc'il BALSAM , I'tvtuUtt Wr rll Ij c,oiHIW JJ)ivuM laiuxkol rruattk. V Uftttor disfit k hilt iaUllUL Qrj Krclaht Dlacrlinlimtlmi. Tho - & N. railroad hauls coal from Altumont, through Flanagan, to Winchester for BO cents a ton, whllo It I'lgg $1.30 for tho coal charges It hauls to him from' Altamout. Tho L. & N. road charges Clay City $1.30 a ton for coal hauled from while It brings tho same coal on to Winchester for 90 cents a ton and takes it to Lexington for S3 cents. The U & N. gets $1 a ton for coal brought from Jelllco to Winchester; chares $1.75 a ton for taking tho same coal to Itenlck Station; lets I'arls off with $1, and then turns tack and lands tho eauio coal In Lexington for $1. Ono of tho 'purpose of the McChord railroad bill Is to prevent such discriminations, yet every llepubllcan legislature voted against this bill, and $10 llcpubllcau uoveruor vetoed It. IHeat-tyvlll- e, Paw ho Set thare and Wiped the onest Swot from his manly Urow and Looked like If IIo coulden't remember No fines, no Judicial rebukes, no de- what Happened. So nfter while Ho nunciation from platforms, no legis- Stnrted to llnko somo potatoes with lative enactments declaring things aro the Skins ou. O Hut I'm sick of Them. for reprcheuslblo will touch tho subject, That's all wo Had to UntTimes-Heral- threo Days. Georglo In Chicago n specific enactment that a special but rate granted to any ono not enjoyed by tho other I a felony, nnd proper Snnirthlnw HlfTirent. "I'vo luvrd pcoplo talk nbout this means toward punishing It will do something toward checking it, and, Oraugo rreo State," said Uatou "Whor1 Is Itr my friends, this is not any Inconsid"It wouldn't do you no good to erate statement; it Is a crlmo of tho " know," replied Tuffold Kmitt. "The first magnitude." Oraugo Tree Stato nlu't no free oraugo Kepiiblli'iiiis KoMcr Trusts. state, by n thuuilorlu sight." Chicago Trusts have grown to such ominous Tribune. proportions during the last two years, Test uf Slneerllj. nnd are creating so much alarm among "No, I dou't think she over will martho pcoplo In all tho states, that tho ry. You teo, sho Insists upou testing leading men are being called together the affection, of every ono who proposes In conference to devlso some means to to her, nnd tho test Is too suvcre." "What Is It?" check frrovwh of these unlawful com"Sho asks him to teach her mother binations, nnd compel them to submit bicycle." Chicago Tost. to tho requirements of law. Mr. Ilryan to ride tho called upon to attend three has been (ilml TUry Were Muszli-d- . such conferences within a month. The Ho (tolling a hairbreadth adventure) governors of the various sttaes are Aud In tho bright moonlight wo could being urged to call tho legislatures to- see tho dark muzzles of tho wolves. gether lu special session to enact rigid Oh, how glad you Sho (breathlessly) anti-trulaws. Tho Democrats In tho must lmo been that they hud tho last Kentucky legislature Introduced muzzles on! Italtlmoro Jewish Comand championed such a law, and It ment. would hao passed but for the solid A I)plou Course, opposition of tho llepubllcan members. "What Is that otllcor doing?" nsked Do you think In the faco of that con"Wanting bis the rillpluo general. duct that tho Itepubllcau party In Ken- tluio practicing fancy penmanship?" tucky can be relied upon to place a "No, geueial. Ho U making u map controlling hand on these unlawful showing our lino of march In tho recombinations? cent retreat" Wushlugtou Star. Ilvtry llepubllcan In the legislature Their luriioc. except ono otcd against tho McChord 'Have luotocycles como to stny?" railroad bill. Every Democrat voted "No; I think they have como to go." for It. Two senators, elected as Dem- Cleveland I'lnln Dealer. ocrats, changed their votes, after the bill was vetoed, aud voted against It. luinirliintluii. Those two men took part In tho L. & When a man borrows trouble, ImagN. convention at Lexington and aro ination Is tho loau aeut. Detroit now opposing the Democratic ticket. Shab-balonst oooooooooooooooooco 00000000000000000 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O CO TO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Moberts, tlje Druggist, -- FOIlFine-Stationery- , Drugs, School Books, Wall. Paper, Paints and Oils, &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. o o vsm&SL f WiV'VtO 1 ? Four Fast Trains TO... rfiTJi3 Tzwuunz POINTS ill vfy'''" ', Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA f 4 train! cvtry 3 trains on Scndsy. on night tialim. Vr.tibulctl l'arbr Can ou day traiua. rullman ami Wagnrr Sltt pcrs 0 trdns crrry wrcVslir 4 tMln on SunJjy to INDIANAPOLIS ! 4 tritn vry wck-d- y 3 train on SunJUy to CHICAGO Vrtltu1rl trains, Ftnmlunt an 1 Cortvvirtmeiit Sltepinu Cart, rarlor Cars, arm Cats Dlainjc Cart. tyEBSJERlS INTERNATIONAL I I I DICTIONARY sai Hou.D.I.Brewcr Justice olU.S. Supreme Court, " I couuueud it to all as t ho ouo irriat stand. '" ard niithnrlty.'jy- It excels lu tho easo with which tho ero finds the word touKUt In accuracy of definition la effect ive methods of ludieatluu pronunciation lu tereo atiw coinprolicnilvo statements of faits and in practical uso as a working dictionary. says 1 """ ' 1 1 1 Sixcimen tLG. & C MmUtn Co., MMja, etc., sent on ai'plUaiUm. ruUUhcri, SprtngfeU, Mm.. V. S. A. rlmifKWiwfAiWM I M I i d ll. h "s ja: li r i r I cato u copied on the Inside or th jt.uiwAYwm.mio3. cover of the stubbook which contained COILS OP Doeii This CJrent Commonwealth lie-lo")l tho ballots and Is returned by tho Two Complete, Unsbrldircil I'cfformnices, Hsln or Shine, nl to the I.. i X.V sheriff of the election. All the ballots, I Tho activity of the Louisville and both those voted and those not used, nftVC In ti.aI. Kllrncc i - TW-I- n Nashville railroad In tho fight against r are then destroyed by the Judges the Democratic ticket shows that that Leading Features of the Goebel CW 01 tllO ItlUO OniM Stale, the presence of the sheriff, the clerk corporation Is willing to do Its allotted nnd Inspectors. If there are any bal- - , Election Dill. part In tho fight that tho grent raillots about which the Judges diner as , roads of the country have been RESPONSIBLE. to how they should be counted, the law REPUBLICANS In for years to control the gov requires them to bo sealed and enMiown of Tho Dig Show of The World. The Most SttipcmliiUH, Tremendous ernors nnd the legislatures of tho MAKES FRAUD IMPOSSIBLE. dorsed with a true statement as to 1'nrlli. Clilnn .Srlrunl llnolc 1)111 Would Have various states. The different states whether they have or have not been Itcst'tietl Kentucky Krotn llio have been apportioned between the counted, and it counted, what part and (lrfp of lliu American leading railroads. The Michigan Ccn- I look Company. nnrt Honest Ketnnw for whom. Honest Count tral takes n hand In politics In Mlchl- -' .1 .. AND.. , On the third day after the election gnn; Minnesota Is allotted to tho Assured by Its Provisions. the county board (Instead of the The school book bill which was de- Great Northern; tho Chicago, Milcounty Judge, sheriff, and county clerk old law, meet In the county feated In the last legislature by tho waukee nnd St. Paul takes care of under the Amcrlca'sTwo Orctet Shows In one Grand, Imperii!. Colossal Coinblnnllwi, f clerk's office and foot up the returns solid Republican vote was Intended to Wisconsin; the Bock Island looks after AUTHOR AND MEASURE SLANDERED Iowa; the Vnlon Pacific cares for Nefor the county, by putting together tho rescue Kentucky from the colls of the A. llallcy, I'clcr Sells, Lewis Selk V W. Cole, Directors, l braska; the Illinois Central has tho returns from each precinct, nnd makes American Book company, General Offices: Mmlbnn Square tlanlcn, New York Cil. of which expensive Job of taking caro of tho out two or more certificates of the re- Judge Bccknci i Jl wrote this a few months Illinois legislature; the Missouri PaKnavi unci Ignoramuses Who Prefer sult, one to be retained In the clerk's iigo: cific holds Missouri down; the PennIi)'i jr. to Telling the Truth Ku- office, another to be forwarded by the "The Standard Oil company is sylvania nallroad company keeps two gnged In Vilifying tho clerk to the secretary of state. Tho the only trust In the world that eyes on Pennsylvania, and the stato Man Who Standi For only ballots the county election comequals the American Book company of Kentucky Is committed to in the tenPeople's ItlglltS. missioners can sec are the very few In the amount of capital Invested der mercies of the Louisville and disputed or doubtful ballots which and the unscruputousness of the Nashville. Tho good people of the may bo returned by tho election ofmethods employed lo control, with- state are making a courageous struggle Many persons who ought to know ficers. It Is very seldom that any aro out a rival, the business In which to elect a set of state officers and a better aro attributing things to tho returned. it Is engaged.' pdnAPfll ninimhlv .tin. llt KIUUS ... " ".J ....... ... K1.. IU When the election Is for state offices, I .V. t...l. present election law of tho state that ru fc """ denouncing .1 I. tno PPIe on not to the L. & N. or A i after all tho returns are In, or on the Democrat, who flDjr other corporation. We believe the aro entirely foreign to It. Tho elec- fourth Monday after the election, tho stump the ,c wl . slandered 6tatc board meets In the office of the endeavored to secure the passage of tion law Is being as much the Chlnn school bill. One unfortu- . ,. ,. , ur " " Ul " ' '" """ lu 1m1 as tho author of tho chief amendment secretary of state nnd foots up the re- nrrln lhnrartarlilli nf th ,- -, I. Ih.l . . turns from each county, and makes out he falls to find anything good in what ,h Pennsylvania legislature a few to it Is. It Is only fair to the law that duplicate certificates, signs them, de- any other person attempts to do for the years ago when the lower houso was tho people be made acquainted with livers one to the secretary of state and school children of the state. In his about to adjourn, said: "Is there anythe changes made by the amendment malls the other to the person elected. speech he says that the bill does not thing more that the Pennsylvania railand be shown whether or not any can- The secretary of state is roqulred. Im- require the commissioners who are to road wants?" There being no answer didate or set of candidates can be mediately after this Is done, to cause a select the school books to have any tho speaker said: "The legislature JS "counted In" under It regardless of statement of tho votes given in every special qualifications or that work. In stands adjourned." Shall that be sold county for each candidate to be pub- - ' this he Is mistaken. The bill says the of Kentucky? how the votes may have been cast. Square Garden, New ork In 1888 the L. & N. by corrupt prac- Coming Direct from Its Tremendous TrlumiH at Madison the Under the old law the county Judges llshcd in two .newspapers. Notice that commissioners I'rwi of the MetropCity, where it Gloriously Ointpiercd the Public and were given the power to appoint the no ballots are sent to tho state board. I "Shall be chosen with special refer- - tices undertook to have the legislature olis Knt ire, Intact, Complete Tho same iiperti ihow will bo exrepeal the law which provided for a frequently It makes up the certificates only from precinct election officers. It actly and precisely duplicated in ercrr act, feature and do. to their scholarly and business tall at the exhibitions here. All other itioas happened that the county Judge was the figures returned from each county. Icnce one member to be railroad commission In this state. The If the election of governor or lieuten- chosen from eaoh appellate district and commission mado the assessment of That often a candidate for was tho ease in this county, In Fay- ant governor Is contested, the board not more than thrco of them to belong the railroad property for taxation. Tho railroad Interests deemed It Important ette, in Jefferson, In Jessamine, In for determining the contest is formed . to the same political party." Bourbon and doubtless many other In this way. On tho third day after the I The Judge cays the present law Is all to get rid of the commission and had Jut think of it ' counties of the state In 1S07. There was legislature meets the senate selects light because he wrote It and put In a secured enough votes to pass tho bill something wrong with the system three of its members, and the house of I Tr.alrt wlrli.li MflnlrM nnph miHllsH. through tho house When the bill Two Menageries, Two Hippodromes. that permitted a man, who was him- representatives eight of Hs members. er who furnishes books for any county reached the senate, and before It was Two Circuses, self a candidate to be voted for at an and these eleven constitute the board jn the state to give a bond In the sum voted upon, Hon. C. M. Clay of Bour- Two Musuums, Two IIorM. Fairs, Two Street election, to have the right to name all of contest. The members are selected 0f $10,000 that he will sell his books as bon, then senator from thl 'latrict, of the officers who were to bold that in this way: The name of each member tI cheaply In Kentucky as In another offered a resolution reciting that It All united and merged Into one VaM, Mammoth, Magnificent, Knormons Agt;rcga. lion, election. There were other features present Is written on a separate piece I state. Such a provision is found In the was rumoied that the L. & N. In orpaper, the pieces to be Juet alike. law, but for some reason the author der to secure tho possago of that bill, of the old law which were either ob- of -, I jectionable or flagrantly violated In Each piece Is rolled up so that the of the law failed to have it say who had paid a lobby In Frankfort and was name can not be seen; all are then ( could sue on the bond If It should be resorting to vicious and corrupt prac1896 and 1897. The law said that so placed In a box, the box well shaken, , violated, and to whom the money re- - tices and asking that a commltee be long as there are two distinct political Hero exaggeration first meet defeat ami language cannot ciual fact. Here tnagnt commonwealth, the of- and the clerk then draws out one pa- covered should be paid. The school appointed to Investigate the matter. parties In this nitii'le sad merit, site nnd gretne, quality and quantity, immrnslty and per, the presiding officer opens It, reads book trust Is not afraid of such a bond William Goebel, the youngest member ficers In all elections shall be divided Interest are twin glanu of such ponderous proportion, that they may the name aloud, and the process Is con- as that. It 13 well known that school of the senate, was appointed on that so as to give one of the Judges at each not 1 meaiurrd by word nor gauged by the itandarda of tinued till the requisite number of books are sold In states which have a committee and wrote Its report. Lack any previous exhibitions in tho show blttory precinct to one political party, the names Is obtained. law similar to the Chlnn bill from 40 of space only prevents us publishing of the world other Judgo to the opposing political way to make up the to CO per cent less than Ue same books Can a fairer the report. It closed with this lanparty, and a like difference made be- board of contest be devised? Neither are sold In Kentucky, and nobody has guage: "In conclusion, your committween the sheriff and the clerk. In the state board nor county board has ever heard of the KepubHcan attorney tee do report that tho lobby has mado the presidential election In 189C, In anything to do with the contest. general, who now wants to be governor, a thoroughly organized open violation of Uila provision of the and extraordiis a fair and honest statement suing on one of those $19,000 bonds narily powerful This effort to law, the officers of the election in of the provisions of the election law which Judge Beckcer so prudently pro- railroad legislature, nnd dominate the more than 40 of the precinclts in the which relate to the election of a gov- vided for, but which are of no more railroad legislation enacted dlctato the by It; that city of Louisville were divided between ernor and the manner of contesting Ma value than blank sheets of paper. Ixxk the McKinley electors and the Palmer election. We hope this will be read by at your school books and you will find undue and illegal means were used to and Buckner electors, and the Bryan every one whom this paper reaches, so that they are furnished by the Ameri- procure the enactment of such legislaelectors given not a single officer. The that when the senseless talk Is made can Book company, which Judge Beck-ne- r tion; that tho statute against the lobbying has been flagrantly violated by same thing was done In many of the about tho great powers of the election so Justly denounced only a few members of the lobby. And, therefore, Republican counties of the state. Such commissioners, and the fact that the months ago. Compare the prices paid the committee do recommend abuse caused indignant Democrats to board can count In and seat any canditho with the prices paid In Indiana here demand some relief from the Demo- date or set of candidates It desires, the and the maximum prices fixed by the Franklin circuit court, at the next TLres Ilrrd of Piodigioui Performing V. ephants. cratic legislature, which assembled in reader of this will be able to show that Chlnn bill, and then determine by your term of Bald court, charge the grand Jury to Inquire Into said lobby In order January, 1898. Senator Goebel, In re- those who are doing the talking either votes whether you will trust the e sponse to the demand, prepared the never read or know nothing ' ocratlc party or the Republican party that these violations of tho law may amendment which was adopted by that about the ejection law or are a set of to regulate the cost of our school be punished." The bill to abolish tho railroad comlegislature. The amendment takes Incorrigible liars who know what they books, away from the county Judges the poware talking about, but prefer lying to ! At Owensboro a few days ago Mr. mission was not pressed to a vote after that report was made, but ever since er to appoint the officers of the elec- telling the truth when the latter Is Taylor was shown a copy of MontgomGymnasia tns The Shows, Theatres, tions, and creates a state board of elec- Just as easy and much more respect- ery's History, which sells for 65 cents that day the I & N. has boon campand Arenaa o( tho world all hae lieen ing on the trail of William Goebel; consisting of able. tion commissioners, In Indiana and for $1 In Kentucky, of tliuir atar pirforcujri id three members, to be elected every and was asked to show If there was and don't every man know that If, plMethe pMjMTiiits of this clrctil cele What Goebellsm Means. four years by the legislature, not apany difference between the two books, through Its assistance Ocncral Ooebcl hr.itla.iof tin last year of earth's greatest The cohorts and paid emissaries of and he failed to refer to tho matter In Is defeated for governor, the L. &. N. pointed by the governor, as many seem entury (( the Louisville and Nashville railroad his speech. The Republican orators will own the body and soul of the man to think. .,. roeet the facts who Is elected; and the next legislahave sent out the cry that "Goebellsra I and thelr aIder9 Features of the 11111. must be stamped out." Before the peo- - , wMcn the Democrats present in their ture will dare not adjourn until the The present state board consists of pie take up question has been asked: "Is there that cry It is well for them ph, nMinR. the book trust. Judge W. S. Pryor, who was for a anything more that tho L. & N. quarter of a ceatury an honored mem- to Itconsider what "Goebellsm" means. The Man Goebel. means that a man of brains will wants?" Champion lpieatrisni, of Ixith Hoxcm. of the appellate court; Captain W. be governor ber Champion Athletes, If testimony Is needed In support of of Kentucky. Champion (Ijriniia.tx, Champion Acrobats. L. .fc N. Likes Politic. T. Ellis, formerly congressman from the proposition that Goebel Is the right It meoxt3 that the seat of Joe BlackChampion AenaliiU, IviullibrUts, In 1888, when C. M. Clay was sena-ato- r Champion Saltntorialists, the Second district, and Charles B. burn In the senate will be triumphantly Bort of man for governor It can be Champion Haters, Poyntz of Maysvllle, a prominent bust restored to him. from this district, he offered a Champion Hough ltlders, He was Hardin's found In nbundance. Champion IlloclUta, Champion ness man, former state senator and i It means that Kentucky's resolution providing for a committee Lnnmplon Ieapers, Champion ContortlotiUts. electoral second choice, while Stone wanted The honesty I vote will not be stolen from Bryan In Goebel to get tho nomination if ho to Investigate tho I & N. lobby that railroad commissioner. And Champions in every tirld of Skill and Strength nnd a Veritable 'and Integrity of no one of these tbrea , 1900 as It was In 1896. couldn't get it for himself. John was trying to abolish the railroad commen have ever been Impugned. They i It means the winning by Democracy Younc Brown (saving himself always) mission, which fixes tho assessment of are all above reproach. The law gives of the first skirmish In the creat strur. ' was for Goebel first. He told Senator railroad property. Senator Goebel was Sou the Comic Soma Hand I ' them tho power to appoint each year gle that must be fought to a finish next ' Frazler of Shelby county that when appointed on that committee and three election commissioners for each year. Goebel mado a man a promise, the wrote the report of that committee. It county.who shall not be less than 25 It means that the school books which ' man could go to sleep with absolute was a "hot number." In 1891 Mr. Clay years old, who, before acting, shall be must be bought by the people for the assuranco that the promise would be was a candidate for tho Democratic sworn to faithfully discharge their 700.000 bchool children of tho state will kent to the very letter. On another nomlnntlon for governor. W. C. Ow- Tho county board thus ap- - be reduced In price at least 40 per cent, i occasion Brown said Goebel can wrlto , ens of Scott county, In placing Mr. duties. pointed, instead of the county Judge, ( It mcaiiB that no unlawful trust shall a better brief on one page of paper Clay's name before the state conven appoints me precinct election officers, roh the people of Kentucky, tion most lawyers can write on 20 Hon, said: "Tho I & N. Is knocking and by express provision of tho law, i n means the protection of the people pages. Judge Pryor, one of tho ablest at tho door of this convention for adthe two Judges aro to be divided be- - against unjust discrimination and and best men in the state, said when mission and demanding the head of the two distinct political par- - due aggression of corporate power, friends tried to get him to run for gov- - , Casslus M. Clay on a charger." It got tics, and the sheriff and the clerk like- - . That Is what OoebelU.n means, and crnor: I am for senator uoeuei. I It and didn't bolt. In 1899 William wise divided. In addition to the two every enemy of the Democratic party Is know him, nnd therefore I nm for Goebel was a candidate for tho Dora- Judse and tho sheriff and the clerk crying "stamp It out," but they are the him. I would rather see him governor ficrntln nnmlnntlnn tnr mvAmn. Thtt tnus divided, tne law provides that samo Influences that cried out against than bo governor myself. Such a man . I.. & N. rnllrnnil trnnrfrfwl nl ia rinnr each political party may appoint one Bryanlsm In 189C and will be crying is needed In Kentucky today." of the convention, was admitted, dechallenger for each precinct who shall out against Bryan In 1900. manded tho head of William Goebel, A Pertinent Query. have tho right to stay In room where didn't get It, and now It is bolting. Makes Vote. Republican county Judgo In Abun When n the vote Is being taken. The appointTime Win Itlpc. At a big Democratic meeting at Ow- Jefferson county In 189C refused to apment of challengers Is made by the If five counties In tho Eleventh ensboro the Itev. J, II. James, a prompoint a single Bryan Democrat to chairmen of the political parties. Also congressional district showed a Reeach political party Is given the right inent minister, addressed the audience. servo as an election officer, and tho publican gain of 6,000 votes from 1893 by law to designate a suitable person He said that he had been a lifelong Bryan electors were not represented to 1896, the to be present at, witness and Inspect Republican, but when he saw unwar- In more than 40 election precincts, and Democratswasn'tlook time ripe for the to after the election ranted abuse and vllllflcatlon of a man a Democratic city wns reported to have tho counting of the votes lu each pre "dies, of party given a Republican majority of 13,000, law? clnct. Notice that tho election commls-- 1 wii?1m.lhe Xh.?uU sloners havo nothing to do with these auumiiuu, iuc DMjMjuur ui iuu mucr didn't tho Democrats have the right If you want the trust evil suppressed Far surpassing In grundcur any previous pageantry, street pcotaclm or public pro. ceblous bewildering in l rilliancy, gorgeous in glitter and irri- challengers and inspectors and have candidates, both mentally and mor- to say something was wrong with the in Kentucky, vote tbo Democratic ally, be thought it his duty as a Christietceni in us sciiilillatlonv. election law? no control over them. When the polls ticket. tian gentleman to lend that man his are closed and the votes aro counted, support. No Argument. He considered Goebel If you want the law to regulate Two PorJbriiMiiucH Daily, ltuiu or Shine, Under Absolute- - '. and when the result is ascertained, one thoroughly honest In all Mr. convicIt Is no argument against tbo new freight charges, vote tho Democratic ly "Waterproof TontH. his of the Judges must, In front of the votelection law to say that under the old tions and ing room, announce the number of governor, tho best material out for law the Democrats had a majority of ticket. Afternoon at '.'; Evening at 8; Doors Open Ouu Hour Darlicr. and there was no other alvotes received by each candidate. The county Judges. Under the old sysIf you want to return Blackburn to 15,000 Heats. Nlglitl aa Light as Day, Day and Night hliows Alike. ternative for him than to go outside the Itemenilier, Inspector of each political party has only way for the Democrats the senate, vote the Democratic ticket tho Republican party and support the tem the the right to demand a certlflcate.slgned to havo held their own would have All If you want the cost of scboolbooks by each officer of thejelectlon, showing best mau. been for the Democratic county Judges reduced, vote tho Democratic ticket. Admission, 60c; Chlldicu Under Nino Years, 2ije. votes received by each you want Bryan to carry the number of If to have acted as corruptly a the Recandidate, and each Judgo retains a tucky In 1900, vote the publican county Judges, and that they Every Republican In the legislature Actually Hesemd, Numbered OouiKn8eaui Will be Hold on the Day of Miiiuiiionjj' at the Down Town OIHco. copy of tb&t CCtUAcfttC. TbU crUfl ticket. could not da Toted against the anti-trubill. FAIREST OF Lffi THE TRUST The Two Biggest of All Shows STANFORD, f' ng IDEM. OCT. If ADAM FOREPAUGH SELLS BROTHERS" ll V, tl,l,.,. " ., .. .,, ,.. .. ' , Dwarfed by Comparj son Parade. Fully Realizing the Wildest Dreams of Mag- nitude. Trained Animals. 300 Arenic Champions. 1,000 Wild And VTi is Woodward's Seal and Sea Lion Orchestra. J Dom-hav- 3 Rings, 2 Stages, Track. on. Two Many Champions To Be Named. Congress of Champion Cachinatory Clowns. ( I GRAND FREE STREET PARADE I ( f "f One Ticket Admits To The Combined Shows. st i. Jj; ! rr?-&i'ttib- -- f Kit) gloves, nicely fitted o tho hand. tins rented an Inter LAND AND STOCK. l'cnco'a farm and John P. Jones. um corn old at 41.S0 at a rccont moved hi family dowo from tho IlAVK your coal hauled whllo It Is salo In Madison. Prcachefavlllo aectlon. Baughtnan x Co. Mark Hardin sold to M. J. Farria Mils. Jobs. Hick, whowa taking In dry. J. II. 13, 1899 ord, Ky., I stock hogs at .31c. 1 1 5 the Elks' Fair In Louisville, was called HnNT. Soven room residence Foil Corn told In tho field at Taylor Itlce's toCavoClty to attend tho burial of on Main street. V. I' . Walton. salo In Madison at 12.25. . C. Wai.tom, Uurinbm Man ao Kit. Miss Lula Williams, who visited hor Foil tho newest and best things In' Bcazley .: Carn--r sold a so and six two year ago shoats to Mark Hnrdln forllO. dress linings go to John P. Jones. .nig lot of., 1 ". bcit materials combined with Two pu'o bred Berkshire boars for LOCAL HAPPEN1N6S. Danvlllo sale. John H. Foster, , skill and Accuracy Insure good 8250,100 on deposit ln Of Stanford, Ky. Ha. No other methods are over banks, It Is said only 10,000 was given Tho Glasgow Nows tell of tho salo H10 lot of outings at John P. Jones'. In our prescription work. Penny to tho assessor ns "cash Items." aa of an extra flto suckling mulo at 160. Storo. . Oyhtkks on hand at all times. John Tho Marshall farm of 115 acres, near THE teachers will bo paid tomorrow. . Molcr. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SS1P. Slnirlolon has received a drult Parksvllle, was bought by U. II. Sunt. We secured whllo In tho market a largo lot of Zephyr, slightly sol - tfci OL'.vs, rifles and loaded shells at for tho amount duo them and Is ready flourno for $2,500 (JlNSllUltO la In tbo city buying Craig k locker's. cd, at a big bargain and we offer It at 2Jc per ounce. JjS Tho trots at Lexington were declared to liquldato on time. da. oil yesterday on account of tho rain, .. Ml N'tv School hats In cndlets varlc-ttoitNt to tho wife of A. II. Haiitln, of THE Klks' fair and exposition at Lou but the day will bo made up for tomorb Orchard, a daughter. Mrs. Kato Duddorar. lsvillo la a big success and delighted row N. K. Tunis, agent, sold for John H. kohur L. PENNY spent several thousand attend. Tho L. & N. gives Hkatinh stoves of all Sizes nnd very low rates on account of It. Lucas, tho Ilidgoway farm near Junct.i In Loulsvillo buying gooda. .aa Mlt AN!) MltS. J. II. COM.IEIl took Prices at Warren k Shanks'. tion City, to Judge F. S. Tuttle, for Caldwell & Lanier, Danville, keep $3,750. Advocate. , n parade at Loulsvillo. Tiik Intehiou Jouk-Na- l tho best stock of shoes, hat, trunks Mits. Moi.i.u: WltAY has returned Tbo British steamship Prah sailed Is only It a year cash. Ilcmcmbor and valises in this section and at prices for Capo Town for from a visit to relatives In Illinois. that. tbo Transvaal with duplicated. Call on 071 that cannot bo Mlt. andMiw. Tiieodokk Powkli. mules. Thirty men were employed ' Ilio stock nf underwear at same price them. .aa luvu gone to Jnppa to visit friends. to feed and tend tho animals. In Fhnnelcltcs, suitable for Wrappers and Drewi. Tho JOc quality 5ra you pay for material to mako It. Fon Hent. Privately my hou and Mits. E. L. Ukiniiaut returned from Extasy, tho favorite, won tho Ken at 5c per yard. Come early if you expect to get thco. j J& It Sons. l 1. visit to loulsvillo Tuesday night. farm at or.ee: 40 acres of ground to tucky Stakes, for foals of 1SIW, at Lexhousehold, stock, wngons, ington. Tho Merchant was second sell Mits. MattikVkviI'8 Is back ftom Hcbskm8 Comedians, ono of thp Saturday. A. and My Trick, third. to Mrs. Lizzie Dillon In Lancas- - best shows on tho road, will appear buggies, Ao , nt 2 o'clock Lst tlmo 2:101. G IIulTman. Hudson Bros., of Loultvlllo, bought hero Nov. Old. Bcazluy Bros' stablo seven cotton Mlis LtcciK Bn.Ul.KY has gono to I WILL becomo tho owner of tbo art at OL'lt term uro strictly cash on coal .mxillo to augment her millinery gallery which I am In and will open it mules at $15 to $,5 and seven sugar and feed. Do not nsk for credit. J. II. mules at $75 to $110. They bought a K'W. Monduy on my own nccount. No pains n ."c Co. horso from F. Held for $115. H. McDowr.M., of Dan-liJttx.KC. will bo spared o please every custom A good crowd attended It. Cobb, wns hero on legal business WedLetciiek Owsley will spoakor de er. Miss Sacrny. Sr.'s salo yesterday and air prices nesday mocracy at Hustonvllla tomorrow Fiiek Teachers or school boards ruled. Calves brought $13 to $15, Mits. A. M. PENCE, who Is In n sunl- - night, lltb, at 7 o'clock. will be supplied with free copies of the yearlings $25.50, butcher stuff 3 67, Urijm In loulsvillo, Is reported very SunscittiiKiU) In arrears nro losing latc.t county maps of Kentucky and mulo colls $22.50 to $.30, horses sold low. much Improved. Tho yield of the apple crop in Uaii.ky Is benefit of our dollar rato. Pony up if Tenncsso, for use in Lincoln county Mits JutHii: James P. th'o paper at ft a year. county Is the largest that has sehools, on application to W. B. Hi her daughter, Mrs. II. I). Greg-r- , you want .a. tho druggist and book seller. been for years. Farmers aro picking In Covington. Tiik jowolry storo room of William We have just opened a complete lino of the "Duchess" BInnkcts made by (he celeand storing them for winter, also con Mil A, Y. MAKTIN and wife, of Som-rsc- t, Hamilton Is being greatly changed and MitS Auelia Woods telephones us verting largo quantities Into brated Columbian Mills, in Plaid), Stripes and solid Colors. elder for stent several diys with his moth- Improved by Contractor A. C. SIno. that Lillian, llttlo daughter of F. B. vinegar. or, Mrs. J M. Martin. i Jones, died Wednesday of splnai Jockey J. Boyd was killed at ChicaStock your winter coal now, prices Mits. A, ADDAMHand Miss Maggie aged two years and nine go. During one of tho jumping races Huchanan, of Crab Orchard, passed are advancing and tho probability now Funeral at Moroland by Itcv. ho struck a post. After Is that delay will cost you high. J. II. months. tho raco and down to loulsvillo Wednesday. of Danville, and burial In HusSavage, Deioro inc juucs Knew tbat bo was Made of best Standard Flints and cholco patterns in Silkallnes filled with-- pounds KoiiEitT Fenzei. look advantage of Daughuian & Co. tonvllla cemetery yesterday afternoon. fatally hurt the boy was choice hatting ruled oft tbo 0 half rates to Cincinnati during the FltKSii currants, citron, raisins, jubllco and went to BEAT FEENEY. James II. Allmar, turf for life. irhtlan church mincemeat, rolled oats and grapenuts Col. It. E. Edmonson, of Kansas nclnnati yesterday. a policeman under Chief of Police J. D, nnd everything elso good to cat at Fccney, beat that gentleman for tho City, will bo tho auctioneer at Cobb & Mits. William Goocii Is with her right prices at G. H. Farris'. mother In Lexington. She has bought chiefs place ut Richmond yesterday. Llllard's salo of shorthorns, at Dana rc-jrcaidcnce In that city, ana will Notice. Pay your city taxes to L. Tbo voio was submitted to the people. ville, Nor. 14. Ho makes a specialty Wo havo the Melba combination Suits for Ladies and Misses, they are perfection of Mr. of such sales and Is at homo with fine in fit, ease and comfort. thero next month. It. Hughes. After Nov. 1st. 0 percent Mr. Fcency Isabrothca-ln-laHon J. s. Owsley, Sit., Mlso will be added nnd collections enforced. Joe S. Ktcc, of this place, and has made cattle. Wra. Bedford delivered to Louis Jo L, ndu and Kmma Owsley, Mrs. W. P. O. J. Newland, city marshal. a splendid olllcer. eeph, 72 fine cattlo sold in August. Walton and William P. Walton. Jr.. AM a prohibitionist and will vote "I A Nl'MtiEitof our Nlmrods aro rubThey averaged about 1,000 pounds and went to Loulsvillo today. tho straight ticket, but If I were a demMiss Hkttie Uociiksteii I staying bing up their gucs and getting thom ocrat I would voto for Senator Goebel. brought 5c. They will bo shipped to A complete line of Cashmere and fleece lined Hoso and Lad'es' Knit Skirts. ExEurope for Christmas beef, and aro as amine our stock before you buy, you will find tho goods right and we will make tho millinery in order, notwithstanding tho bird law In Mrs. A. A. McKlnney's Ho Is certainly tho nominee of that nice a bunch as ever left Bourbon. prices to suit you. tnru while she Is In Loulsvillo and does not expire till Nov. 16th. of It. tho suport party News. mav assist her all tho fall. Lost Tuesday afternoon between I havo no patience whatever with his - F. T. Logan, of Boyle, started his Mits. J. It. Mount, of LaGrange, Is Mr. Will Severance's houso and mlno, would-b- e crsecutors," said Itcv. W. Ashley L. In la a visit to her father, John M. Mc- - a child's navy bluo cloak, trimmed with S. Grlnstead, formerly pastor of tho $3,000 for the Stock Farm purso of trotters, at and giving hlmandhcrbroth- - whlto. Pleasa return to Mm. Smith Methodist church here, to an I. J. man. itoberti, Lcxlugton, Tuesday, and won 4th mon cr omo twlnts on democracy. Uaughman. Two colored brothers held forth at ey, $2J0, though badly handicapped In Mil, AND Mits. A. G. HUKKMAN have last nleht Dr. E. E. tbo Btart. Her performance was highly go to Lexington to llvo and v THE Central Kccord devotes just 2 tho court-houlccldcd to D, praised and Mr. Logan thinks it will Mr. Huffman went over Tuesday to lines to a Negro killing In Garrard. It Underwood, of Frankfort, and W. ecuro a houso. He will go Into busi- Is u common occurence owr thcro and Johnson, the editor of a colored organ. mako her bring fully $2,500. Tho egg Industry Is a big ono. For before long Brer Lnndram will iult Tbo former advised his hearers In ston ness there. torlan tones to watch tho Negro voters the year ending Juno 30, lS'Jfl, tho Mits. C. H. Paine sent Mrs. W. P. noticing such things entirely. and If ono of them sold out to kill him United States exported 3,693,011 dozen Tate a box of largo and delicious flsh The law makes a man responsible for would be eggs, valued at $641,3S5. During tho from tho ThousanJ Islands, which she tho payment of a paper that ho takes on tho sjHit. Gov. Bradley kindly divided with somo of her neigh- out of a iKMtotllcc, whether ho sub- asked to pardon tho murderer. If not same period It Imported 225,180 dozen, valued at $21,300, the Increased duty bors, Including tho writer, who enjoyed scribes or not, but It Is a mcau sort of a Tavlor would do m without fall. We Buy Uneeda Biscuits, Uneedi Ginger Wafers, Drummei Lunch Biscuits, suppose that tbo speaker asserted ad on eggs having checked their Importthem greatly. publisher who would try to enforce It. visedly, but let no Negro take tho ation. There Is no posstblu means of Tho Greenville, Texas, Banner pays unless ho expects to swing for It knowing bow many eggs are consumed a beautiful tribute to Georgo II. Adams, J. II. SOWDEII'S ellects will bo sold par. In tho United Slates. Everybody evson of Siulro L. II. Adams, of Huston-vlll- In a few days by City Tax Collector L. Goebel will bo at tho head of tho donlng machine after Dec. 10 and may erywhere cats eggs without keeping who died thcro some 10 days ago. It. Hughes. Tho cstato man Tay count. Among many other thlnga, li say ho gave In over $i!,.100 worth of property, not bo as handy with tho power as W. E. Barnard, of McLean Co., 111., and lor promises to bo. was nromlnent both In religious but a little office furnlturo was all ho bought and shipped tho following lots and was a leading spirit could find to levy on. social circles 10 TO 1. Messrs. John C. Popples, of feeding cattlo to that Stuto yesteri.f tho Y. M. C A. of this county, and Ben Iloblnson,- - of day: Of Dr. Hugh Held 20 at 41c, J. B. Tray- Foot Ball at Danville. Tho first Messiis. It. T. Lewis and A.T. on a caboose tho other Foster 3 at 4 35, F. Held 25 at 4 Jo and Lodge gamo of foot ball will be played in Garrard, were -, who represented Stanford Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, Humc-Mad- e bound for Cincinnati with cuttle, 10 of E. P. Woods ut 4.35. Bryan GregCheese, Ac, From grand lodgo at Danvlllo next Monday afternoon be- nluht 1MI, I.O.O. F. at tho when tho latter suggested that u vole ory, of thu Barao State, shipped 6(1 Padueah, returned this morning In tween Centre College and Miami Uni- of tho crowd of IT guntlcnien in tho bought of F. Iteld at 41c, 20 of A. M. high spirits over their tieatmont at versity. Centre seems to bavo started car bu ink en on tho political situation. Pence ut4c, 74 of A. W. Carpenter at of oil with her o gait. Advocate. nit pluco und tho healthy condition It was done and Id red hot Goebel dem- lie and 10 at 4c. Leonard Yodor, also ,o order In this Statu. Iloth of tho Taylor d ocrats to one rather THE republican barrel has been oup'Kiricr were found, Thu 10 then of Illinois, shipped 38 bought of Itlchntlcmen voted for loulsvillo as tho ard Cobb, Sr., ut4Jo. G. E. Brown xt meeting place, and that city won. oiiened In tht county und tho floater is put lu somo good licks on tho ono and shipped 21 bought of II. .McAllster 52Try Grape Nuts. Youwill llkelt J. colored brother who 'HE Lexington Leader of la.t eve- - living high. The beforo Cincinnati was reached, had a ut 4 40 and 2 01 F. K. Trlbblo at sumo tho republican no in I ulwuys supKrts partlul promise from hltn that bo price. Tho cattlo weighed from 1,000 ig dovotcs nearly two columns to marriage of MUi Dolly llrown nee Is entitled to a sharo of this cam would not voto ut all. Mr. I'eppies to 1,200 and many of them were very should demand his Mild ho found things in mighty good fine. llllams to Mr. Iloliert Embleton paign fund and ho of Boston. It occurred ut part. urnctt, shape for Mr. Goebel all ulong tho llnot ,.. iinmn nf thu brldo's brother, Dr. SOME republicans aro silly .enough to and whllo a llttlo uneasy ut tho start, ! KY. eo F. Ilullinan yesterday and was say that Mr Bryan comes to Stanford tie has no doubts now ubout tho elec'laoe A Mr, whlili I think li re. I, left my Wliliam Sholton, President. utTulr. After a beautiful on circus day In order to catch u crowd. tion of tho ontlro democratic ticket. ,ery swell u.til Itirtw wli ago. Will weigh tlioul H II. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collogi He Departments, MihIc, Art, Elocil Information leading to hit recotere thankfully breakfast tho happy pulr left for a tour Of courso they don't oven think such n John I' lYpi'lea, l!olaml, K. A meet KOU BKYAN. AiiUANHiNii on and und Physical Culture. 3Ut voar begim Sept. 4th Send for catalogue to of Cumida. Spaco forbids a moro ox thing, hut thoy must say something. Wednes-do- y MIIS. NANNIE S SAUKLEY, Lady Principal. Next Usuo will Tho Nebruskan has proven to the en- ing of tho cltlons wus hold tended tiotlco now. Bo All Einij of night for tho purKso of making Wo Mend Punctures and . contain It. world that ho Is a better crowd arrangements for tho reception of Hon. Repairing. tire and wife, Mr. 1:1.11. F. W. Allen drawer thun a half dozen circuses. W. J. Bryan und party, who will ur- - TIIK DANVIl.I.i: CVCM'CO., DANVILLE, KY and Mrs. Mur- John S. Hughes, wlfo Hon. it. C. u 113 Thirl HOW Is this for un honest man? rlvo ut tcao Tuesday. )hy, Mr. T. J. Foster and wife, Mr. I'd Wurren was culled to tho chair und G. and wlfo, Mesdames A. D. Jtoot, When Jcsso Itoutt took W. Scott Jailor list of property tho other day, B. Cooper tnado secretary. On motion Ialdono with alolutu accuracy in our lVrmulla llrown, J. G. Carpenter, Ju- tiik l'Looi) Tim: or following committee on arrungo-ment- s lla Hughes, Alice Cloyd, nnd Misses thut gentleman forgot to glvo In u few tho PltESOMPTlON DEPARTMENT named: John P. Jones, wus Junnla Hocker, Anno und Funnie hogs and did not think of It until tho and the ipinlity of all drugs uted is of u und deputy assessor loft. Tho thought came chulrman, Will ami Joseph Suvorunco, Was kvl anil It will Increuxe In voluinMiiy .hunks, Emma und Elllo Wurren W. B. McKlnnoy und very high grade. by day, u thu weather gets colder It .eua Ilrucu uroattundlng thu Amerl- - to hi m 15 minutes later und itko tho W. W. Withers, committee of trlppU' nnd add urouncl the difThe physician's surces In the treat an Christian Mlsslonury Jublluo In honest mun ho is, ho set out afoot und Ed Wllkltoo. On tho ferent nuctloiu of our atoru. ment ot ditlieult cases is dependent on the walked a mllu or so buforu ho overtook reception theso wero named: J. P. Anmtit'xji inelnnutl. tv nr?4t rs purity and freshueMoOhe drugs, Havo Balloy, W. G. Welch, It. C. Worron, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Mits. Mahy Bowman accompanied Mr, Itoutt und guvo tho swlno In. Harvey Holm, his orders tilled hero and the lesult will Mlllurd l North, Miss Josophlnu Held, ruturncd ut WlIKN Eld. Joseph Bullou wus mer- J. It. McAllstor, Sumuel Hold, Geo. D, rurnlahlng Hoods, Ac . Iieglu to liov signs ho highly oatisfactory. Miss ltuld has noon from Now York. Wi) o chandizing on Crackers Neck In Pulus- - Wcathcrford, W. E. Perkins, J. S. of actlvltvliuvt) a urn pleating p.itrim. llmii O line to See Us. lietter udwrtUeint'iit nut fully recovered from her recent flora en n u follow brought u lot of polls to Owsley. Jr , W. B. McKlnnoy, T. M. Low l'rloi'4 and o are tliiumlvoiM'.liif "Inuss, but her friends will bo plcucd kl. for tht iuriiiiu. Murk tln sell him. Hu examined them and found ttnodknli'ul und W. P. Walton. J. w. o leuru that shu regained sutllelunt leuds lo our door Nolu thu that thero wus ono of a cat. Mr. Bul- Hayden, munugor of tho Electric Light ill pitll u l'.:ll louii' mm ;u. i ilium imu aI lliev poopiu strength to muk the trip homo Mr. lou threw that out but thu fellow input up ri'ttsoii win they niakt our atom Ihe lutae of Co., was present und agreed to Andrew Huchanun, of Crab Orchurd, clothing and aliOu auppllea, and they sisted that hu buy It undotTurcd to take anurchof electric lights lu front of theirtoll jou tli.il our low prlcea cuunot bo will hu matriculated at tho law school. Mr. 15c for It. Mr. Bullou ugrcod to tuku which will bo Illuminated beaten, mid thitl's tho aecit--t of our aucivis. A If. Shelby leaves tomorrow to visit court squuro, We re inula )oun for thu lowvat prices, It provided tho fellow would tull him besides, till It U as light as duy J. M. his brother, Warren, ut Generut, Lu. ho killed tho cat for. Hu hesiwus uppolnted to solicit sub(f ho finds It u butter country thun what Alvorson tated awhile and dually said: "Jest scriptions to pay the expenses Incurthis, hu may locate Advocate. Look for our big algn cuuso ho wus tho d Jest cat you over red by tbo com.nlltees. A platform suw." Ho could got nothing further will bo urected In tho siiuaro from Till", foremost orator In tho world, , .,. .. .11 .. i.ti.iilV,...! k,i.,iili,i. u'lll . out of him unfl this reminds thu preachWIIICII II1U UlOWUK."- "l'vw. ...... Wm. Jennings Bryan, will spcuk hero er of thoso who opH)so Goebel. You uddrcss tho multitude thut his coming auk them why they do hi and ul you food more delicious and wholesome mln a mrcbnlcl or nnu Makes Tuosduy at tWW l'. M. Lut everybody will brlug togutlior. tOlllO OVCryoouyi cun get out of them Is thut ho Is thu und hear tho next president preach VPiaV&BSWtS,""ttl",,,5 ao.u tAaiM moil co- - atw oa. Uuitiiuore, Ma. arhlm. i'd det mun you over saw." pure democratic doctrine. Hull) IE INTERIOR JOORNALl cat Matiiknv A M. In Mr. - Or. TUT. I J . ciLu vene Lrf i3 r 1 ... Zephyr At ralf Price. 1 y. 12 TwIco-a-Wee- lc Beautiful Patterns SEVERANCE & i f Sov-cran- seed-Wil- ill SOVS. Hauf-hma- e. ... ... fill Wool Blankets. HOME MADE COMPORTS. Itob-bcrts- rts, men-Ingctl- s, UNDERWEAR. ve HOSIERY AND SKIRTS. two-year-- JOHN P. JONBS. se TOO HOT TO COOK. o, ex-re- al Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, old-tlm- weak-knee- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ... Stanford Female College, STANFOItD, 11 LOST STEER The CoiiipoiimliiiK Medicines. ot FALL TRADE ! 111 ... w3aiiv tun-fo- rd uvll-bou- t- Penny's Drug Store. The Racket Store Royal Powder &AKIN6 Absolutely "Pure the 1 " i, r.vli-vnitco- itu, .. ffijSWKWK "V a- 'It HUBBLE. I Last Sunday Eictirslon of lhccnn. RAILWAY. , HixtIM rrrronlntlniof building a stock barn. Loulsvnio Industrial Exposition, Anothorof Ror. Gcorgo O. Uarncs' 11.25 HOUND Till P Mr. Irvin, of 1'ulatki, Is tha contractor. CO, GRUrjE, HUCOELL Midway Carnival and Fes- fish stories, written while living on atrcottair, TO LOUISVILLE A HKTUHN Wo nra sorry to henr of tbo death of Mrrclunt Tailors. II Wot 'Hi r"trrel, r 3Patollaliad.fuaaJ.akya sus.d.X'xld.svw ,,Vftl ' Hi"0- - Ono faro round trip, Oct. TO LEXINGTON A HITiTHN Cincinnati, () tho 18 months old child of W K. Jones. Sanlbol Island, Fla. " -- ? limited two days Our last mehtlonot tho shoal of "black y ' , Will display "ample at the ft Asnt.li llotol VIA of caused from brain troub In SI an ford on tlirt Sltli of Ksrli MTotit Is fares round SOUTHERN RAILWAY IN KENknown to science bv tho formld- - cluslvooftlatoofsalo.il .$1 le Alt carnienU fltli'd on. Uifto-dat- e woiV. A. ablo Latlnlty abovo written left .1.1 of trip Oct. 10, 11, T.', 14, 10, 17, ll, 20, TUCKY, SUNDAY, O0T. 8TH. wills tliWtuplliMlnf. I3ro. Govrcn will preach at tho Christnlslll la an T When not sopildtD3.00 will bechanced. tho 50 to decomposo In a huge compost limited two days exclusive of date of doing liuslnwsa, Cull and ctsmlno late.t tian church hero Sunday morning' at 11 sale. Train on Hurgin llrnnch, that dale, will fnni.lv FaU and Winter, IKDHHIO II heap. They had been cut up Into Wm. II. Tnyloo, asst. general pas le held for connection of train leaving o'clock. Uro. Tlnsloy will begin a propieces, and laid In something tcngcr ngent, Louisville, Ky. , tracted meeting at same placo on the llko Louisville at 7'45 r. (. order on tho pile. Tho problem a a night of Oct. 17th. Wm. 11 Tayi.ox,A. O. P. A. HOW'S THIS' TIME GIRD that faced tho thoughtful was what Dr. Wesley presented Darb Ponraan Undortoltor, Louisville, Ky. could bo done with the 23 largest ones, WeofierOn Hundred IVillars Reward for any with tho Tth girl a fow days ago. Miss I Kentucky turpi hr Hall's nuatonville, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. by next day wcro unnpproacbablo raw oft'atarrh thalrjnnot that Curer Mamie Underwood Is up again after an foV Toledo, O. r.J.RIIKXEVACU.. purposes of dissection. Wcrowoto Offers his service to th peopl ofWe.1 IJtcaU We the undersigned, hsre known F J. Cheney attack ot throat trouble. Mrs. T. C. be Ho. S Arrrlvee at Stanford at 1 OS A. at. and Casey counties. Full slock of Coffins snd CaV driven from the Island by the simul- for th list year., snd believe him perfectly 1 10 A. X. No. 4 Ieaves Stanford at " suslwsyton hand. Rankin Is visiting relatives in 1'ulaskl taneous honorable business andnnanrt. No. 31 Arrives stllowlsnd at 12.00 BAT. decomposition ot nearly 30,000 ally able toIn all out any transactionsmade by their And willing to py top prices In CASH tor 11. B. Carpenter, Uanagw. carry obligations 2:80 r. U. county. A. J. and Joo Rice, who went Chickens, Eggs, Frallmra. Ducks, Occur, No. M Leasee Stanford t urn. pounds of fish? That amount of putridGlnsrag, a X. Wholesale Prunlsts, Toledo, ;.r A TatKhsas Marmx, Wholesale Drug(I, Turks?. all Ulnils, Yellow Hoot, Ilres Wa, to Texas prospecting, wrlto thoy arc ity would Hides of KHOXVILLE dTvisioh. C'iMr, Ura. Iron ami havo bred a plaguo. Fortusinixii. having a good time at tbo Dallas fair Hones. Also will pluck and re- ami. lomio ip. Cure Is taken Internally, acllng Reo me and set mybe In the market for wool. Hall's Catarrh .11 SJ a m and have already modo tho expenses of nately wo had a man of price before selllne, and going North Ma. 14 Train I he and mucous " source, who was equal to tho occasion. directly upon the blnrxlseut free. l"ricturner, ofbol ret spot cash. Call nt my headquarters. " South .....-- ..... ..... J l am their trip handling stock at tho fair. Ho.M " 7.V per system. Irsiininnlalt am ..H . " " at J. Glntburg. IlnCkct Slorv. o.M Ho forged a great hook from a broken lie ."old br all liruol.i. ..M Si p m DENTIST, ' " o. It. HOIIINSON Will Curry sold some hogs to Ben boat anchor, which, thrust into the Hall's Fsmlly 1111s are tha lst. For alllPolnts. Robinson for 4c. A. M. and II. J. Luco great mouths ot tho Qsb, found n KO'IOlt TICKETS WILD. The Kentucky court ot appeals, In Stanford if DINK FARMER weighed up their cattle Monday mornI1AOOAUE CHECKED THROUGH. fastening In tho upper jaw. Then alllrmlng a decision of tho Calloway ing at ic to McRobcrts Bros. They KyS Is a alibied to For anr Information enquire ot Manila ropo and six mules circuit court, hold that an insnranco tion candidate for Jailor, party He tbo ac of the democratic solicits weighed 868 pounds. George D. Bar- - h now JOE S. BICE, Agent, did tho rest. They were hauled bodily company must pay a ol!cy, although jour support. Stanford, Ky. nett weighed his to John Johnson at 4c, as near tbo compost heap already made tho Insured died eight days after tak MISS EVELYN .TARDIFJ weighing 1,035. Both bunches .weighed as 4 tho shying mules could placo them. ing out tho policy and bad novcr paid FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. FARM FOR SALE. much lees than was expected last The Seamstress. Thrco of tho hugest bullied tho pulling tho premium. r. u., Train leave Frankfort at 7 a.m. Aand 1:40 reach, spring, and all others are falling chort Contains I0J acrre nnd Is In a splendid I'laln and Fashlonablo Sewing. Cutting and Georgetown with . C. and power of tho strong team nnd had to bo aanecting at alate of cultivation. On the Mack plke.SS Kitting a Specialty. rarlt and Water Works St lu Parti at 8:40 a. M. P. M..6:10 P. X. Leavetleorgo- - too. F. P. Bishop sold to W. S. Tew-me- y left on tho beach. Tbey nro now giving miles from HuatonTlllx and 1 from A. at: 15withM. andC.5:80 read connecting at as 42 ewes at about $4. Elvy Miller, JOHN C. rEPPLES Haa on It n dwelling of fins rooms Oj. A and rrausiort town us an Intimation of what 23 of their accompanied by Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Countv and rood tenant house. Ix"ldr necessarv ",Dl',,5os"riiM.E,A.o P. A. Johnson, all from Messrs. Twist and sort might have dono for our fair Island subject to tha action of the democratic par outbuildings. Hplemlld orchard, Rood well W. S. 13EAZLE Y, 1). D. S., Rochester, 111., aro and two spring. Terms easy, had not the mischief been averted by ty. Your support Is solicited. W. II WHIOIIT. Lnncastcr, Ky. in hero now to take out the 17 loads of CRESCENT. QUEEN the prompt action of our resourceful Ilustonvllle, Ky cattle and sheep ho bought here somo jctlon Cltr u follows: Teeth Extracted Without Pai Trains pas farmer, Rudolph Jenny, Esq., to whom Ha. 1 South .ll 02 p ra No.lNorth...411 pm ttmo ago at about 4c. The Q. & C. and wo owe, our partial exemption from A. 8. PRICE, With Vitalised Air. Physician In attei ...SWain L. & N. U. U'g. aro bidding for tho job ..I1M m "4 Ha. I " " " ..istpm Ka,c " ance. llllam "10 " 8 05nm ..owara of hauling them toSprlngQeld, 111., and asphyxia. a " lOXfOOB Office In the New Thompson Hulldlng To an uninitiated landsman the rea1 and 2 do not stop. Sand 10 run no fur No. a bid of (49 per car has been named by son was apparent. DtBtlBt, taer than Junction Cltr. The shoal had been yTWffH tbo L. & X. following a school of mullet; tho hunt Stanford, Ky ed creatures had sought tho shallows, BRODHEAD. T. PSAHC1SM, Offloscrw UcKoberta' Prnr Store In the Owsley as tbo smaller fish always instinctively HuUdlni. The railroad company has painted do when pursued by tho larger. Our LIVEEY, FEED AND SALE AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. up in Qco stylo all its proporty hero island Is formed by a succession of bilm STABLE, Itrat OPTIONS ON FARMS I'orurs Hotel sll th mountain., rale ronsMrresC n and put tiling in on each eldo of track. lowy elevations and depressions mado DR. R. trains. rwrisl slUallon lo teat- uiei - KENTUCKY. J. G. Frith and J. H. Albright will by tho sea wavo in ages past. This DANVILLE, TlSSJfJ WITH OJSo. 544 Fourth Att WANTED. and make a till lu front of their stores, up formation extends for half a mile from Horses and Mules constantly on hand JOIIX II, CAaTLKMAN, AlltllL'H (1. I.Am I would like to take options on rood farms level with the railroad, and tatto away shoro till deep water Is reached the Louisville. - Kentucky. for sale at all times. IlHECkl.XHIIair Iimryiv V In Lincoln County. I'nr terms and particuthe old plank platform, which will add bathing is so safe and fine just on this ICi Oaf the WM. LAMX1KA K. lar!. ddrvss to the convenience and beauty of the account. In tbeso depressions at high 13 Krlrer. Ky, Lincoln County place. tide tho water Is from tbreo to five feet St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Monlarge day, Nov. Cth, National Bank. You may look for a speak. delegation deep. The hunted mullet followed by We will the black-fis- h, of us to hear Bryan rushed into ooo of tbeso Jieturning one diy in each wonSJi. Gold Just horse, eoniblne.1 with th uo.1 popu Capital Stock.lf 100,000. come on the train, in buggies, hacks long depressions, which proved to bo n lar strain, of harneM anil aadll. hors tuskln ih and ox wagons, If any can be found, "cut do sac." Tbo entrance end bad Eyes Exaahal izl Olatsei Sc!esll2:iUy cvniblasvl madsur. Jener rattlo .11 mrisLiwI .u.l Gucceaeor to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company headed by tb. Inbred IWro Hull, o. v3l, bc and under aame management oontlnu- I and some may walk; just any way to plenty of water to float them: tho oxlt Aijsttel. sir !lru 41)7 ami dam Infsnta IVIro Majoraut ouily for 2 Years. NOai wer. IwoofUr. loiper's wloolat; svrtske get there. was so shallow that only the mullet herd st tb World's I'.lr hhorthornt sr youet; Msry's Uprl with WIMyr. IVrlx, ltarron and Mr. Willie Mcintosh and his now could pass. The deeper water was In .DISPKIUION. Ol Liverpool. utbrtjriouuIonthecp, IVlso.l China sod llotk of Yosemlte, aro spending a few a trough too narrow for tbo monsters bride, shire hts lodlflduslly fund and bred IfJiu tb brat herds of Kentucky lrlces rMuunsLU. Corns Largest Fire days at the Albright House. Mr. to turnjn, and so thoy floundered on Intnranre Company In snd eo or writ lor w bat you want. World. I' UKI H. Stanford. Kr, Hsning such business relations will jiroie mutual' Joshua Dunn and family from near tbo beech when the tide fell. W. (usrsnU srcrythlnsas reimwntl by Mr. beneficial and pleasant. Camp Dick Robinson, has rented bis L.TU.N, IMIU. W. i". Wo sometimes catch small shoals AND IOiniI.ESTANIAUU POLLKI) Ill'IN Held. DIKECTOES: & farm and moved hero. He desires to of mullet In these very depressions by HAMS. sell his farm and buy property here. closing one end when an ebb tide Williams. J. J. 8. Owsley, Sr., Managers Southern Department. J. William Gooeh, To close oar partnership we will sell on We extend a cordial Invitation to all leaves tho other blocked against es General Officers, Columbia Hulldlng. Louts- A. W. Carpenter, W. A. IEAZLEY, Pror., such people. 1Vm. Roberto, who has cape. W. H. Cnmmtca, TUESDAY, NOV. 14th. '00, lsillle, Ky. (5) been living in Missouri for 15 years, Lynn, J. E.S. U. Shanks There was nothing on tbo island GRAB 0R0HAKD,,KENTU0KY. Our 40 female of arrived hero a few days since. Other tban a stovo boiler, and tho three and entire herdTheyShorthorn Marra. Hose J. F. Cash, 10 males. am Youne J. H. Owsley. families aro on tbo road. Samuel or four thousand dollars' worth of oil of fliarons, Klrslerlnetons, Scotch and Splendid Accommodations, THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Close to Uepot and Sulphur Well. Wc. will also swll about 100 TJFFICER3: Templln. from Laurel county, has had to go. Before anything sultabla 41 IUtea lUvisonable, Fine Water. e Choice. Heifers, bred to regisPari-gibought property hero. Robert could have been provided, tho fish tered bulla, galo will be nt r'uulcoucr 'a MaLouisville, Ky., . H. Shanks. President: J. IJ. Owsley. Csahler; Lincoln, and several others from would have been utterly unapproach- ple Shade Kindergarten. W. M. Urlght, Asst. uhler. The most centrally located and only 12 o'clock, noon Sale begins at Write for the country havo moved into town. able. COHII&.LILLAIU). catalogue Perhaps somo of your readers may d Danrlllf, Ky, There Is a pressing demand for more all of mv customers for their liberal iutt- FIRST NATIONAL BANK houses. A good opening for men with take a languid Interest in this "fish ronage and prompt payment and hope uiey win continuo as i nave a money to put up buildings hero. They story," which is at any rate moro credHotel In the city making a OF STANFOBD, ICY. ITIILICSAIEUK can always bo rented for good prices. ible than the average. I have tried to FlrtttClatH Horse Sliocr. Capital Stock S100.0OO. Suplu, $17,683 51 There is no healthier placo anywhere bo veracious, though I know Qsb gen- Stock, Crop, Farm Implements And am better prepared than ever to do erally get away with ordinary work for them. This Institution originally established as the One block from the principal ahopping Gens. John B. Gordon and Wade district aud two blocks from tho three Bink'Of.SUnford In 185S, then reorgsnlsed as Hampton, growing old in honorable On Thursday, Oct. 19th, 1809. J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. principal theatres, CLEARING TUB TRACKS Ua National Uank of Stanford in 1SU and again Industry and poverty, dcclino the Street cars paa theilor to all parts o Heginnlufsl 10 o'clock, A. M , I will sell sll my proffer of countless admirers to rebuild FOn THE roREPACGU AND SELLS Slock Crop snd Implements, st the plsce nuw Tie H.tml Companj, tho City. Kver thing neat and clean. asrgulsed si the First National Iiink olj SUnford the homes recently destroyed by fire; Iron) blanforJ on the Dantlll lire, tbre miles TRAINS WHICH AllE COMpike, consisting of la 1882, haa had practically an uninterrupted exist. but Admiral Dewey with a Ufa salary ING TUESDAY. Of Lexington, Ky. aaoa for 41 years. It is better supplied now will of somo $15,000 per annum and a com26 YEARLING STEERS- Tho local railroad officials aro Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. in prize money faculties for transacting business promptly snd lib. fortable competence 1 bborthorn Hull. tbo tracks In and about tbo city In If Shorthorn Govs. assured htm declares that he not only ever before In Its long snd honorable anllj than to bo ready to tako caro of the JHulUD.ItillffffrCilTrt, wants tho house to bo purchased by order Work Mul, Sc W Pay While YculLlve. Soils Brothers' Accounts of Individuals, nduclrle,firmi 3 Yearling Mute. persistent passing of that hat, but Adam Forepaujrh and OU Lint Comp&alei Fay Whin Tea Die. a .Mm? ixmi. Is to bo exestablishment, which ad Individuals solicited. 0 .uoroutcbbrrtl Mum Ly Ilarrr O'UUod, wants It "bad," wants it quickly, and circus Tuesday, Oct. 17. The Coucrfgan aotl the Mlnitrtf, DIHICTOSS. wants it to bo of specified dimensions, hibited hero I,.i Tl. Couibliml Marti Orer llJO.Ono pslJ Inllslnz hcneBia. J. W. Ilayden, SUnford ready furnished and In a particular sec big show Is transported on 74 double r.lteid, Lincoln Co.; of other brood Msres snd Hlllu. irrertvo,vj iMwcrre ani eurpius Ktandsrd tttalliou, length cars, built especially for tho " 0. H. Baughroan, S.T. Harris, " tlon of Washington City. If you want IJt of N)ws. lies snd Miosis. IIXItSKS 1VEAIIEN, f.ieil Anl, tl purpose, which aro divided Into thrco ldtofTlmothy andClorrr llsy, SMITH HUMAN. Secy., . SUn(,r.l, Ky a hero or an idol that isn't any part T. P. Hill, 'i! Acres of Corn shucked in the Hold, taiiiBMju, fwy. nearly a mllo of lot of Fodder. clay, you must look for him on the trains and require " W. A. Trlbble, VI. V. Walton " Trans. All sums under f 10, rssh: orer thst Oniy the liest companies represented. Washington rather tban on tbo Adams tracks for storage. Tho coming of this smount, bsokablenoto, without Interest, lo l paid J.IICalllxr.CrabOrch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon Inquiries solicited. famous amusement enterprise will be Jau. 1st, lvoo. tl, A. LaiKitr. H, sldo ottho Potomac. Louisville Times, st It. II. MA1IO.VY, Agt., Stanford. qulto an event locally. It Is tho M.IXEluore, SUnford. A THOUSAND TONdl'ES show In America now, Its only SPRING HILL STOCK FARM MIIS. U. D.BIMI'SON, l'ror.. orricsas. Could not enrvsa the rspture of Annie E. Sprln. S. Mocker, rn.Uent; J. MclloUrts, Cashier. lier, oflUI lluwsrd st , rhlladelphla, l'a , when possible rival being tho Iiurnum und I Oil SAL). sUiiiciUitcr, : Kentucky. shelound that lr. King's New Mscotrry for Con liulloy circus, which Is now in Kurope A A McKIonty Assistant Cashier. suuiptlou bal completely curedbcrofa hacklrir Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndad couifli that for many years hail made life a burden. and will remain there for two years ut If not sold prirately, we will sell to the highest table. All omer remeuxa ana uuiiurs (tuiu give ner no THE i. Everything of tho pcoplo 1'ortert bidder on bt Ip, but she says of this lloysl Cure "It soon re leuet. For tho information SO aiect all trainer: uiotnl the ln lu my chest snd 1 (sn now sleep who will mako it a point to meet the SOUTH'S HEiTKT SYSTEM Wednesday, Nov. xstli, uuiy, sotiieiiuoK i su scarcely rrineiuiier uoinc ire. I fel llkesouudlnx itsprslmj. tbrounbout trains Uon tbolr urrivul, us Is tho us- Our forms, lyluit In Iloyle county 4 miles from me Lnirerw. ro win eury one wno iriHi ir, ual custom, It Is staled that tho first Danville snd u miles from btanford on Hani III A rr for sny trouble of the Throat Kind's New rENETItATF.!) andfl Trial Utiles train will carry tho vast tont uquiH ntanfurd Turnpike, alvi 4 mile Irutu Jum Hon y t'lmtcr Lungs. 1'rUe on no.l luruplke 'lbewr two farms, containing freoat reuuy al'rugMore eviry iHittleKUarsnteod. ment, which, when spread, covers 12 aliout i&Oac res of rrv rub and nifhlurtlVH laml.art, You take your Wlunt iintl Corn to Morris EIGHT GREAT eitrptlouallyw.il aatenl. STATES l aud aell acres of ground, und about 50 wugons aipi ror more iiuu liny years, our Ulhirownil Fred's Kaoliange In Wm Ibtuithertv' shoo tbe iHolariiisasa whole, suit be wss chlellv .n. In btiinforil unit get In uiehuiige I'ltiur und Kentucky. Tennessee. Virginia, Oeorgla und flvo times us many horses to trans, Kirot Irs srasloii sud fvllb cattle North nnd South Carolina, lor thjbt Mini. You run ulao buy 1'lour, Men I. the port It from tho train to tbo show ears we nsve (tmiinuod a, 1, same 1'iislneM auil Until. Chicken Feed, Ac , cheaper, nt Alabama, MI.hU.lppl, larosiuired no lion tu the Itrlllllv ut my tiluco tliiin liny where In town A trial ground. Tho second section consists IlielaiiU, andiululus in (ouv.nleaiu foi biislotw. Ills l I liellovu my exchaugi) will bu all usk. in grass eicrpl of moro horeo curs, men's slceporl, and now an luiiruveiotnls aluut 73ofacres. good thing for fisrmera'nnd I pledge liber-n- l Through Sleeping Hie three Uirus. one tonsl.t Willi aciicllr lur ISO btsul ui fMHllmr imiiIh. m,l truiiaiicllona nnd full weight. My good, a scoro of curs loaded with properties, supplied come from with windmill, lowl ruttor, niru DU ltlver Holler lletween Louisville am the South. wurdrobe, wagons, etc. Tho third sec- Ac, the others are fur buri.- aud liupleiuuula iruslier, Mills ami uro Iludderur'a MOIlltlU I'ltr.I). '1 be ale. ad 1 muihto tbe eoiireulvuce of the Tulephoiiu No. b, tion Is called tho "cage truln," being slot k si 'lhereailhr.a truant boiiMts, urui, lu of Iheiu loaded with tho hundred und moro wild tuod, ordinary Iiouks, tbe tblnl, a itiltane. built T1IRUB IIAILY TRAINS last year for truck Ksrdfii, has ftur rooms, clsteru, Kontucky Trottlnj: Horso Ilrocdors1 uolmal.cagee. which uro tho lust to bo stable aud other oulbuildlUK.. and cau be sold sepKach way between Louisville and Loilngton arately with 10 acirs uf Isud. 'lbs dwelling Is s And Dealer in Aeooclation, Loxlntjlon, Oct. ad to 11th. taken to tho show ground. On this lare, well built two story brick, cvnululiii II W. A. TUHIC. O. p. A.. bath room and klliben, supplii.1 EAENSSS, SADDLEBT, 8.0. One fuio for tliu round trip, all .tutlous train tho olephunts will urrlvtt. "Look rooms,hotuutry wld waler Iiom unfallmii supply Iwu Washington, 11. U with I and ' W. II. TAYLOK, A. O. P A larK balls, luMfiuout uuder whole huuss, su.ru or out for your borcs. in Kentucky, irood to roturn 17th. STANFORD, er'i (as) bushels of sweet aud Irish lajiatuea were KY. Loul.vllU K Knoxvlllo Streot Fair & Carnival, kept last winter, Tba huusocu.1 urlgiually "1 wish lo express my thanks lo the aud has alwsva been ktpt in spl.udld repair.llliow, III. Knoxvlllc, Oct Ono furo for manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, a ery buue, .inung culllia eil wopl snd Uio round trip, all station, food until within lour miles uf tbe tluc,a,ioiial alvautagcsof Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed, forhuv-n- g Danville the educations! lenlreof Kentucky Oct. OtU to return 'IBo :KJS sen. coulsliiliig llu Improvemcnis and C, put ou the marker such a wonderful Ib.lil si re lying alongside, and Laving a tenant One Fair For The Round Trip National Convention nt nhrUtlnn v.,w , iuv M,,u. luvuiiviieu, win u KjM ChuivUo., Cincinnati, O , Oct, medicine," says W. W. Masslngill, of h- w- ".or logetbtr, sarslclylKcturdlug to Ibo bid wblib Via The.., Ono faro for tho round trip from all Ileaumout, Texas. There are many thous- UIU14. IHU., IUUH.Fi stations), with linitl limit Oct. Wu willelauwlfour live steak aud lmi,l.i,j,i. ands of mothers whose children have been II bugsr Mules, lu bind ol bursts, 1 Jacks, ; .1' The Tailor, A old. Jeuueis sll lu I101II11.D'11IE lillAVH srvtd from attacks of dysentery and chol- t audwillyearsottered 3II uotaold Ulum, lua) about 4U Hogs be IV) aloaliut A .larllluir InilJ.ut.f whirl, u. i..i, m.... era Infantum who mutt also feel thankful high grade Morlhoin lltlfeis. all brid tu llegbttr Stankoiu), Ky., of 1'liluulelptila, wj Hi. subject, Is nsrralrd be bliu ed bbortborn bull. ss.fvlloss. "1 wsslu a niustdreadlul ivudltlun My Ills fur sale by Crulg & llockcr. A blgslutkoffarmlug Implements, lugo..liuu-dlllo. . THE GLODICKPI! ALUS THE INTEKIO R JOURNAL spkcial'ratks via southern J. MULCHHY. J. F. lllgnoy Is PER YEAR CASH mil, h" t Ucdg-cviUc- Impo-adhlllt- mm man-agcab- lo J. T. BUTTON. 1 .... ?. A. JONES, ...... .. 1 More-lan- d. TREES.TREES w: B. 3. FOX, FRITH HOTEi COLDSTGIN. FOR SALE. I ROYAL INSURANOH' COMPANY Solioits Your Bank Account, 1 Sale of Sfiorltiorns Barbae Castlemany BEH?LEY HOTEL, dcotch-toppe- Illcb-Orad- n, I Al TSAirSTTJZ. ol-t- $2. :r,.a.t:ei. Cllt-CC- S 1 Mm hdmi FIRE, LIFE 1 1 lt . A.OOI2DE2STO? INSURANCE. J.S-Hockt- r, lur-ge- Mason Hotel Mill. jx.ccjjvy southern Railway IMm-ot- CI-l- Just Like a 1 11 QUE'ENfCRESCENT Cars llrst-elua- US2B&TASB&! ROUTE CHICAGO Oot. FALL FESTIVAL 3. 512. H. RUPLEY, ia-0i- h. Merchant J'""'"rJI sklu was almost yelluw.ewia sunken, totaus ivai. td, m!u couiluuallir lu batkaudsldi llu aiiiie, lite craduallr urusluc weaker day by day. luV phisltlaus had ijlteu uc up. I'oriunalely, a fileuii adrUcdtrylug Uwlrie Hitters,' sud tu my gieal uy ana surprise, tnsnrst bolil made J,cl,ll luiprotcuieut. 1 continued their us for tbre tks.sn.l.uinowiluuu. I knsw tbey.,,. d uiy lit , snd robbed tbe jrarsof snolber vUliui'' No cue sb uld fail to try tbem, (July 64 mull guarautevd, st I'muj's DrugbUire. ffittOu finaiuiisilfl til a putCV.wlUlHj UUinUIVU DMV kll sfikl ship called tho Foreland catno In to Philadelphia last week, uftor a most lewpcatuous voyago. Shu was laden with sugur, and ufier all tho sparo wood bud been burned, tbo crudo sugar was used to keep tho tires going. It A Urn locludligSttagons of Ibemuew Much-sl- l Wagons, aud 1 Market gardener's wauii, Val most mw Hinders, a lieeilug aud a Ltiampluu Cultivator., Muede.i,, 4v , Av Also a coiunleU) out. bt for uisrk.t gardener, (onsl.llug of I'otslo 1'lau. I'lows, hash, dc Alwut TU urea of Ct.ru, slid If not sold Mum about Z.OoO halm of Hay. Terms wads known ou day of Hale. bale UiusstU o'clock. tr. ssal I T UatV.II.LIIXAKD. World's Fair (iraiid Military und Civic Parades; Flro Work, Magnltictiit IJIec. ttkul Illuiiiinalloii, lllcyvle Itaccs, Ac. Ask lor a program, K. II, IUcon, Dial. Pass. Agt.. IOulsvillf, Ivy It's going to be A Hotter Time than the In Hecclvltiu Ils Spring & Suiiiiiier CioodH. Goods Warranted. Kit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. r ;,