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NO. 71 LANCASTER. that the canto of his success nsn circuit I MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, """ """ """- - "u "nu ... K""u Mr IM V....I- i. SAUNIir.ItS-AlX'Olt- .V. A hrnutlfnl L attorney, who wns tho bis meat storo und ayn that ha has ceremony wa that which Joined the Cttl,ia(n ' coinii to tny. vcsolllon. James N. Saunders nnd I.ldor C. Powell wm not woll IttiV.OKO. O. IIAUN'KS AT DAN- - Miss Annlo Alcorn nt tho Prpahvtnr- enough to conduct tho protracted meet' lan church, Wednesday evening, und It VILLK. Mir nt rerryvlllo. was witnessed by a crowd that benan Our bund, the bar anil tho pcopla Under dato of Nov. 1, Urn. Harncs to gather shortly after (1 nnd whtnh Kncrnlly will turn out Friday ovcninp; writes! packed the building to tho walla The Need Improving, but .lie line of Dr.Ait Walton: I pet along hero cany comers hod to wait several hours to ini't Gov. Ilrudlry. J N Den ii, Price flrus ami others just m I did In Stun ford nnd Somerset. for It was not till after 8:40 that ihn Iiuvh Inni a mimtr of calilrt by the Tho rigid church folk let me, serenely, bridal party was announced. Hefore known in, I linen Ic. nlonu. A goodly number, Imwover, at- the arrival, Mrr. II. P. Adams sane Senator F.iril Is at Inline until nftrr tend, and nre Interested In thu "Now 'Oh, Promlr-- M" to an oriran urenm. tho flection Ho Is in k'ood spirit ami Departure," fur which I urn very panlmont by Mra. H. J. Mcllobcrw and Just received aro tho Newest Tqlngg Out cellulitis Oiwhtl'i. ulurallM at Jl.tiOO. thankful On the whole, I am triad violin oollgato by Miss Isabella II A. Slime I In Isiulrt'lllf Mlrudliiir Maria Is not with me I would rather Hulley and the performance of each of Prof Mjrs' I princes on itiIi liming bear tho brunt of tipnoMllon nlnnn,than tho Indies was highly complimented, II') w 111 iilf.i li.iv furiiltiiro to It.urcaea to have her faithful heart wounded by sirs. AUams singing Iwlng especially IiIk !! tho inevitable loss of old friends, whllu praiseworthy. Miss Uallev's violin Jui Int hla stay. Mr. A J Uiuii-- atul Mir Armlo, making new onus. Shu resents any. rendition of "In Old Madrid" was also dsuj.'l.tr of Hubert Au-tiwt!io mar- thing like a slight to mu, so keenly; most urtleilc. Tho church hud bLcn ried Tn.viluy, llv. Ilohlnnin, of tho and feels so acutely the dropping olT of beautifully prepared, tho pulpit being & ,. 13G. Mxiliodi.l iiIuiivIi. iMIIt'lntinjr tho who once followed u for tho iianneu with palms, ferns and white ' iiifftliiCM at Plcutanl Truth's sake: thai I am glad she Is to chrysanthemums, and tho whole lit up e a Klilr i In i'ii Onive hjv rvnulud, n fi Id Muddl-ttoii- i- engrossed In her house full of lio.irders, with many candlabra. Hchind this o utid. at timer, thu vrttil have as to leave little tlmo to think of any- bink of beauty was the organ nlmost e thing elm, bc.tond the emu of feeding shut from view of tho nudlcuce. A bi'..n iinub'u in f el In tho liuu.u. W. I). Clark, of Somerset, was peripi L'lul Cuiulram's humhnrae them three times u day. When her floral umbrella, druped with smllax. ..Of All Kind For., haps fatally Injured In n wreck on the fKu. iiiul tits iriviins lur bcooiiutiK an le.i-- e runs out, next May, she will join was suspended, under which tho conone nf the mini at- me; by which lime I hope to have se- tracting parties took tho vows to love lile; Four, near Guilford, Iud. Two rdltur, men were Killed and 15 cars iy freight tractive features of tho Loulsvlllo cured such a foothold for ''my gospel," and cherish each other till death whall that the further journey, In propagat- part. Times of last Monday. destroyed. Vim ntinul.1 remember tlint my Mote Is huHtupisticrs for .Mr. i: V. Kennedy and Miss Mile ing it, will be, comparatively, "a way At d:40, Moadelsshou s wedding Near Albany, Sain Lawrence sbotand probably fatally wounded J. A. Tomp- Stlgol), Mr. J. W. Hunter and Miss of (ilcasantucss." march announced tho arrival of the 1 say "my gospel' In no arrogant bridal pirty. Down tho rlcrht uinle kins. Tho pistol used was a 15 Colts. Helen Sllgnll were married on Wednes The trouble occurred a". Tompkins' day. The brides are sisters, and daugh seueo. Paul said It, and I only repeat camo Mios Kate Alcorn, followed by ' his words. They point to the simple Ml Ucsslo Pennington. Then Mies homo and canio up over tomo whisky, Mrs of Mr. Hyatt Stluall. In Laurel county, Tho advantages of water works have fact, that In preaching "Christ's goa Louise Saunders and Immediately lu At Oldway church, during preaching a fight camo up be- been fully set forth, nod there Is no pel," every man Inspired by the Holy front of the bride, who leaned on tho tween Leounrd and Scott Mcl'aderage, doubt about tho proportion carrying If Ghost to preach It, bos some particular arm of her brother, Klndrlck Alcorn, tho excitement, over other matters, form of It, committed to him; hi us to camo the maid of honor, Miss Pattle Jlcnry Doan and others. Leonard was shot by Henry Doan; It doesn't causo many to fori?ol to vote on characterize it us his, and no one cUe's, Alcorn. Tho maids were all In white, Any careful study of the history of oxcupt the one of honor, who was attirthat question. Is behoved fatally. A good audience heard Hon. Alf. preaching, In all agee, brings this fact ed In green and.aU carried chrisantho-mum- s. Tho largo plant of tho Southern lutn Tho brido was dressed in a bcr company, at Valley View, owned Tuylor Wednesday night, and his lec- out clearly. "Grace" Is so "manifold," nnd 0K!ratcd by Cincinnati (wrtles, and ture was high grade, each sentence that there is no danger of the plcntl magnifier nt whlto satin, en train, with KY. employing 100 men, wascloseU by slier containing a gem of thought, clothed lude of Its "riches' running short; so the bridal veil fulling gracefully over William Shellon, President. Ill's attachment as a result of a damage In the most beautiful Inngungc. Prof. that tlioio "sent of God ' will outnum- nerwen poisea henU and shoulders. Primary, Prcpiratory, Act laiuie and Collotrj.tte DipirtnisnU, Minir, Art, Elocu suit for lin,ltW Thu suit was tiled by Patterson gcu a benefit from the lec- ber the supply of special features, and Tho ushers, Messrs. A. S. Price, Alfred Ulst year begiiM Sjpt. 4th Send for catalogue to A H. Ashor and other Eastern Ken- ture fur tho library of Lancaster Grad- bu compiled to follow omcbody else's A. Ulggins, II. G Denny and P. M. on and and Physical Culture MllS. NANNIK S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. track of thought. ed School. Mclloberts, came down tho loft aisle, tucky log men Of coursi this don't apply to those meeting tho ladles at tho chanculwhero John Uiy and Georco Aldrldgo, two CHURCHES AMD PREACHERS. young colored men, quarreled over u unfurtunutus who uro sent out of Theo- they crossed over remaining ou oppo former shot tho latter logical Seminaries, with tho narrower site slues, lho groom leaning on the Key. J. A. Francis, of Winchester, fc'aino lnJ through- - tho right lung. Kay gave commission to teach only what tbey arm of his host man, Mr. Alexander will begin a protracted meeting at havo been tuugbt, und on no account to Ilobinson, of Louisville, nnd Ileve. Walnut Flat at 0 30 Monday evening, hlmmlf over to the police Judgo and wasiiacLil unuera Dona of 8100. Al- - ventilate any additional facts the Holy Miles Saunders and S. M. llankln met Nov. 13. Spirit may Impart. If they do, tbey the party at tbo chancel and the brothurIUgo Is not dangerously wounded. Ilev. J tt (.much will bo assisted In i will bo "llred," as good Dr. Whltsltt er huving given the brJde to her future Kph Engleman wan arrested on Monchurch, which ii meeting at the Ilaptlst was; and us the healed blind man of husband, tho ceremony was said by begins Nov. 12, by Hav. II. II. 'IlbDs. day evening for a breach of the peace. He has not bceu tried yet, nnd hi John !):3I was. Hut for the discovery Mr. Saunders, the father of the groom, Williamsburg. of of fucts, that I, lu my lnexcrIcnco, whoe touching words to "my son, Prof. Arthur C. McGlfTorl, of tho friends hope thai bo will never bo cull supKscti all seekers after Truth would James," and "my daughter, Anuie," Union Theological Seminary, declines ty of an olTcnsu again, that will causa welcome, gladly; und which I accord brought tears to many eyes. A prayer to resign, and li now scums certain thut him to be arrested, us ho know better Ingly began to preach, I would be by Mr. llankla completed tho ceremony this Presbyterian divine will bo tried and Is eoinjictcnt to do well and make a preaching Presbyturlanlsm today. In and the party left fho church, the In worthy citizen. for heresy. stead of "God Is Love nnd Nothing dies and gentlemen pairing, to the I have a letter from Col. W. S. MilLambert, In charge of Ilev. A. M. nml Houcv. Else." Happily for me, as I now sea strains or tho wedding march, for the Full Cream Cheese, Muccnroui, Apple tho Woodbine circuit, says he assisted ler, now of ICnoxvlllc. He sends greet- (though I thought it an awful cutastro homo of Judgo and Mrs. J. W. Alcorn, Sole agents for Chase &; Sanborn's Celebrated Col-fe- e. Her. Thomprou In a meeting at Klngs-vlll- ing and good wishes to tho boys gener- pho, at tho lime) my brethren made it tho parents of tho bride, wbero the which did great good, though ally, und democrats especially. He Try our Climax Lard, best in" town. I had to get out, in bridal party and soma so hoi for rac, Intluiato friends there were no additions. Ho further predicts a victory for Goebel, and says, order to lead athai peaceful life. enjoyed a reception, and a supper prePhone Xo. 10 for any of above. says that Mr. Thompson, with bis ex- "That noblest of all democrats, W. P. Tho way things now are, uny preach pared by Gllcher, of Danvillo. Several bo very Kipular Walton, has certainly dune his part In cellent wife, seem to er who can say with Paul, "mv gospel," hours wore spent in goncrul enjoyment among the people. A parsonage Is be- this campaign, ns ho always does." C. W. Anderson says that Goebel's will havo trouble over It, "bonds and and Mr. and Mrs. Saunders drove? to ing built and hu believes u rplcndld of some sort, "abide him, Junction City, where they took the year will follow and the church will plurality will be just three times that allllcllons," e5TTry Ornpe Nut. You will like It of Gov. llrudlcy'd, which wai S.U12. whorever ho goes." I don't write bit' train lot- - lauUvIUo und then to &ew take u material step forward. terly. Why should I, when the preach York, from whence tbey will sail today Tho Houses of Iteform aro now open. This will olect Mr. Goebcl by 2H,73d. It. lug of "my will bring tho for Europe to be gone six weeks. Gov. Hradley Issued tho following O.'t. E. Thompson oirum to bet 200 to 3100 guerdon of: "illessed ate ye whon men The union of this populur young cou31: "Public notice Is hereby given that thatGoobul will bo elected. If Taj lor you, and say all man- ple Is sure to bo a happy ono. They Housosof lleform will bo Is nlected I am to cuiMr. C. D. Pow- shall . the Kentucky ner of evil ugainst you, faUuly, for My been Thru combine ocn for the reception of Impales on ell's winter kindling nnd If Goebol Is sake, ltejolce und bo exceeding glud, haveknow lovers for a long tlmo beauty and and each other well unj how to elected ho Is to do that work for mo. I comfort with convenience, is first day of November, 1MD. tho for great Is your rowurd In heaven." add tho most to thu happiness of thu one of our well made, easy ridthat tho children tiovv confined proHi!-- to take u much needed rest. ing hiuI elegant Surreys. It is I try to keep my eje ou tho end of "my other. The brldo Is u highly accomIn the iKinitenllary should be given tho A largo crowd attended the funeral unexcelled for workmanship, ministry" und not on Its present, (at plished and lovely woman and the expreference, W of them will bo transfer of Mr. W. II. Jonnlugs on Tuewlay afdtimhllity and comfort, and will limes,) unpleasant, accompaniments. citement of the ceremouy heightened give njoro eatihfnttion fo genred on that day. Owing to ilelay in ob- ternoon und Eld. 11. M. Cumptioll paid Ever In Joetis, "HKO. lUltNKS." era) friiuily un than oilier car-fiher beauty and made her an Ideal brldo taining material uecessary to coiuplolu a deserving tribute to one of thu best We nre celling P. S. 1. I didn't sturtoul to wrltuanj-thin- g In every way. Tho groom 19 a rising buildings, no greater number can citizens In the county. Ho was u man the list m ( and Fan. but u notice of change of address young lawyer, bright and ambitious, 1, lbl'J." of whom everybody sHiku well and ev bo received before Doe. I & erybody was his friend. Tho Knights ou the I. J. You seu where my pen and having chosen u helpmoot so THAT HlltOlllllMI IH.APACIIK of Pythias couduetud thu burial und ran to. If you like you may print my thoroughly In accord with him lu nil Opp. ( iiiirt'IImihO, Stanford, Ky. his hopes and aspirations, ho U bound WouHiiulikly ion, Ifjruii uwil lr KIimi'i the lloral iiiTurlugs were profuse and letter. Alt'ly, "Uro. U." .S Ul. Vlllt. Touuuuiltottuitrtrre lure m 2. No light yet ou whore I urn going ui inaku a eticcesi of life. Wishing uirrilfor Hllirli iiintrtilv-- s mils purs Nik shJ Mfii baautifu! In design. Ho was a member tilou.1 sn.1 lr"ni llM'lotirt llur vtlll probably preach until them bon voyage ou the mighty Atnext. nrr s'l tullJ uii yuur IiMllti. liiij to Uk. of Hughos Tom K. O. T. M., lu which Sunday 1 night and TryiUim. Only w iuli. loury luck II but ho carried a protection of deliver my lectures lantic as wull as through life, the Isti:-Itiof 1,0 JO. Hu rnrul twlJ ly I'iiiiy, I'iiikUI. Joukxal extends its warmest also had u paid up policy in thu Now Mumluy una Tuesday uigbu and leave Hid. J. O. Livingston writes: "Wo York Life Insurance Company. ou Wednusduy, whither the deur Lord congratulations and joins tholr many friends In hoping for them tbat thej liad u double wedding at, Mr. lllatt Mr. J. I. Humllton reciilvod u letter may lead. StlgallV last night In which Ills daugh- from Hurgln stating We hold services In the Opera house, will I ifl I ll 5 I that there are Hy sweet experience know f, ter, Miss Allle, was marrlud by obout 2f) negroes lu Davis Town, this the court house Is absorbed by political Thut marriago, rightly to... understood, K. U. Keuuudy, and his to Mr. county, who have been In Indiana nil contestants till after tho election, Gives to tho toudor and tho good duughter Miss Helen, was married to thu summer und who have come here G. O. U. A Puradlso below. W. Hunter. A sumptuous to volo and return to Mr. J. Ilovs. E. M. Green, of Danvillo, A Mr. that State. IW.UNKSS CANNOT 111: Cl'UIUl feast was prepared und tt grand time In II. will havo this matter attended to m W. Crawford, of Paint Lick, und nov. phlldliuiu si ltiy rsuaot resell Ihodl. MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS general was bud. Thu brides llvu til they may bo illegul votors. Thu dem lly luril rifuut,f ttioear. TlurtW only one way oral other preacher honored tho occacounty and nre buautlf ul girls." ocrats hud butter wuteb everywhere. mmhI Uiwlnraa, an.l tin I li by iiuiilllulloiial rrui. sion. Garrard tenure tiy ail. lulUiuixl irilii. 1KIU(imIs 4 trains every wttkdjy, 3 traliu on 5cndiy, lluliijoHli Tho bridal presents wero manv and I'SKO HV IIUITISII 80LI)Ii:ilS IN for such Importations, as thoy frequent- vtlwn tbli luiwMiimaumi you KuiUchliu Tul. nam a rumbling Itillman anil Wagnrr B1cpcr ly occur und thoy are manipulated by suuiiii ur inijirrh i umriiif , ami wuvu 11 it niiriy ojstly. AFKIC'A. on night Iralnn. Vclibulcil la lbs uulrw Immaculate, who cry out against rlund, lUtaiuna Im takruiwult.aml IhU tuta rttoml William Hilton and Miss Mahala l'arlor Can on day train., tho out aud dipt. C Q. DennUon is well known all thu Goubel law, which wus iimde to lu lu uonualcan i'uuilltl'iii, brarlu IUln dntroywl Peck were mado one at James Hilton's furvtvrt nlni i'ms uut uf Uu aie rail! by Catarrh, 0 tr&lna rvcry wk-Jjt- r over Africa hs commander of the forces prevent tho perpetration of euch whku la nvlblhtf but an lullamol ivuJlltuu oltbs Wednesday, To INDIANAPOLIS! To CHICAGO 4. trtln oo Suniiy uiufouaaurlatva. that captured tlio famous rebel Gallsho. frauds. John Anderson, need 10. ami Ml. a IV xUlgUs OnalluuJnxl Dollars for any case Yettltmlrd tralm, fitandanl and Compartment Under date of Nov 4, 1 6'JT, from Vryburg Judgo T. '.. Morrow had a fairly good of IVafiit-- trauml by ra'arrbj tbat lanuot U) d hva Urlllln, IS, wero married ut John n by Hall's CatanU Curu. beuil fur ilrculari; 31piiK Car, l'arlor Cart, anc CU Diiilua Cart. Ucchuansland, ho writes: "Ik'foro U rlllln's yesterday. crowd ou Monday, and proclaimed that " the lat campaign 1 bought a ho was a republican from Lincoln to K.J.OIIUSEVACO.,Tla,0. John IlutberforU and Miss Amanita . SuM by lruki;lM, quautlly of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera MuKlnley;tbathu (ought to free tho Hodge wero married ut linv. m a Ilall'a i'auilly I'llli are tbt beat. I until my- Negroes und and Diurrhoea lteuicdy, which Middletou's Wednesday. that ho Is speaking now self when troubled with bowel complaiut, to freo both black and white from thu It will nut be a surprise to uuy who are Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. MaeGregor, and had given to my meii, and lu every sbaokloH of tho Goebel luw. Ho jald a at all familiar with the good qualities of of Louisville, havo F Is.ued Invitations to case it proved most beneficial." For sale handsome tribute to tho grand old dem Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to knot? tho marriago of their daughter, Miss U.S. by Craig & Hocker. WFRSTRR'S' 1 HosuD.J.BrewsfJusUa &iio!as iua Supreme Court, ocratic party und said that kt had done that people everywhere take pleasure lu Chastaln Elizabeth, to Mr. Krnost W. ona irrcaiaiana. aaavai "i comniena il iq im much good for tbo country, which was relating tbelr experience In tho use ol Spraguo, to occur at Christ's Church ""'horlty.' WKAK CVU AHX MAIIB STIIONU, 'INTFRNATIONAL 1 nl tho best thing ho said, but he claimed that splendid medicine aud In telling cf Cathedral at 0 m., Nov. 21. Miss Dlu vlalou made cleur. styes rviuoved and of dcflnltlou word (ought t niCTIONARY M lvnmMlin.l.nf la accuracyiimmmnlallnii l lu eSeet. tho benefit they have received from it, of MaeGregor Is a lovely young lady giunulatud lids or soro oyvs o( any UtuJ that such u party does not exist In li.ru Inillnalinir and im'odlly aud effvctuully cured by the uso of but that It Is an aggregation of Goebel- - bad colds it litis cured, of threatened at- tho special friend of Mrs. W. 11. Cook ani coinireheniri sUtemonU o( (aU and la practical uao m a working dictionary. Hutlivrlund's luijjle Eye Bslve. It's put uji ltcs und Hrownlles. The Judgo Is cer- tacks of pneumouia it hae averted and of (Ellen Owsley,) whom she hu frequentSpieimtn pagct, tic, sent on application. la tubes, aud sold ou a (tuurantou. For tainly no orator, but, like all of his par- thu children It has saved from attacks of ly visited. ;.fcCMUmGrUkWr,Spri0JUU.Mu..U.S.A. realty's Drug Htoro kale at ty, bo Booms to fear that tho Goebol croup aud whooping cough. It Is a grand, A heavy snow storm raged yestcrdty law will prevent fraud. Capt. Hcrudon good medicine. For salo by Craig it-An oyster trust Is being organized in Missouri and Ohio. presented him to tho crowd and said ' Hocker, tho East. lu Lauicl rouniy Gcorpu Jolinenn shot am) killed John Vaughn. Mr. r Wnrrcn und Krundchlld, of UooWcattlc, wero blliea by their houu dnz which went rami. AlUorbln Herman Hradthuw wa acfamily cidentally shot unil prrhap wounded by llolllc Whlto. I'rcd Koden, of tho Orlando aectlon of Ilockeaatlc, nccldently hot hltnelf the other dny and la In n bud fix. Sixteen wltncc buo beon taken from Laurel county to Manchoelcr to tcdlfy In tho Thackor murder emu. Mr. T. O. Adams, editor of tho I'antajrrnph, lis boon aipolntcd storekeeper and causer by Collector Ycrkcsi IVarlnjr that she would be murdered If alio testified, Mm Sarah Collins, a wltnct In tho feud cases In Clay county, took (Million and died. John tho Haptlst Canter, now of I).iiivllle, but who used to live nt Holland, was arrested In Loulsvlllo for '(Misslnc counterfeit money, but wai ltleh-mon- '""" "" If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. , Rhodes In Transvaal Neckwear and Gloves Frqhman d Don't Forget Our Eeduction Sale. e n, THB GLOBB, Co J. L. 'Phone Danville. ! EW COODS co'ii-tltulc- Men, Women and Children. Dry Goods, Cloaks, Capes, Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, &c. J JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. j n Stanford Female College, STANFORD, I ' ay sig J 1 9 WWW I Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal Butter c, HIGGKENS & McKINNBY. go-pe- l" A Family peri-ecut- o Carriage rui-il- hi-u- p K Wearen Son, Four Fast pfflTflM mim& my-sel- CTt,sPaJ Toledo, Detroit iuJ cur-v- start-Ingo- ntr ir s 75t-- m --- ..i i. vv"r' m ? ,,J1 n , z tv TUB Courier-Journ- al that tho U & N. I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ing Its mou thcro atd elsowhcro and land lookout for trouble on election dav. nnd It ndvlscs tho management to Nov. 3. SS9 Stanford. Kv., desist beforo It I too lato. Thl Rood advleo outfit to be taken. It wn hard nnnnith hnfnrn thl camnalcn for that w. r. walton. railroad to necnro an Impartial jury Hereafter it will bo nt tno mercy 01 j"- ries, which will always llnd somo exrnan to flml npalnat It Thn iiltAmnfnf iiiu..vm..v. ClfLr'LV that coriwrntlon to control tno election nnd secure tho defeat of Gocbel will cost It many millions of dollars. openly charges massing nnd drill- ADDITIONAL LOOAL. HUV your boots and shoes ut Sever - .l tnnt. Hrli?. Gen. Corbln. adjutant general of tho army, has mado his annual ro ance it Sons'. itort. Tho military forco of tho united States Is composed of 00,100 mon, of Hr.INTZ'd now Sweet und Sour Pickwhom (ll.&SO are regulars and .11,074 Shanks'. los at Warren oluntcers. It Is exacted that by m m...i... n - iv ..t vriMttnu.lnttll " ' inr; i wieu-u-Dec. Ut thcro will bo tU,,-.-" troops In SAtt , only $1 ft yenr cash. Ilemembor tho Philippines. .. UtANICKTri ance tt Son' Fenwlck, tho hotol managers, charging them with tho ollonse. Onoof them In In Jill and the other his not boon rd. THE- - and comfort ut Sever Louisville Store. 14 DIG STORES 14 BIG STORES t 1 LAND AND STOCK. 'Ag- - KmmWu s iij'Bo.HuKlAM H' r Bt!M R5s5$k ttns--. M. K XoitTH has mado an open ( i Vl .ss'jtaeS A DEMOCRATIC orOottrnor, WILLIAM For TICKET. G0K11EL. For Attorney OentraJ, R.J. 1IUECKIXKIIKJE. IJutnant (Iot rnor. J. C.W. BECKHAM. OUSO COULTER, S. W.HAOEU. For Auditor, or Trtiturer, For Secretary oi State, C. HKECIC HILL. For Suirlntndnt of PuMIe Initructlon. HAKKY MCCHESXEY. For Coninilwloner of Agriculture, IOX NALL. m For llallroad Coniraluloner. c. c. 31. chord. and manly fight for tho Lcglsluturo nnd has not beon nfrald to tell how bo stands on all question. Ho has not dodged tho Issues, nor run In tho dark Kvcry- places with n body knows what he will do If returned to Frankfort. Ho will work for tho Interest of his peoplo nnd those of tho him by a entire State. Let us ct rousing majority. .9 Tub Tavlor special train business us a tint failure everywhere, as far as crowds wcro concerned. Even In that hotbed of republicanism, tendon, .tho Kentuckian says tho crowd only num- bered about 130, tho majority of which were tho scholars from tho seminary who by chance had a republican teacn- er. Doctor," It seems that tho "Old Corn baa been Senator Deboc, tho studying law during tho momenta ho was not sleeping at tho capital. L.cast-wis- e ho got license from tho court of anDcals to nractlco, Wednesday. A jack at all trades seems to bo his as piration. jack-o-lantcm For Kerrwentatlte, F. XOKTIL Is IT U alt over, so far as this paper concerned, but tho shouting and wo to do that In duo season. We havo dono our best to keep democrats and lo lino and If after all our appeals arguments enough of them go estray to elect Taylor, which God forbid, It will not be ou- - fault and wo at least shall After hearhave a clear conscience. ing Taylor speak, wo aro rnoro than over convinced of his unfitness for any office, much less tho highest In tho State. He is uncouth, Ulmannercd and Illiterate, and the more ha exhibits himself and his Ignorance over tho State, the larger will bo Uoebols majority. Ho certainly can make no votes for himself or hli causo except among tho Ignorant and vicious. Machine republicans and most Negroes would vote for him. however, were ho ten times as unworthy, and nothing can change them. To them wo have made no appeal, and will not. They are joined to tbelr Idols and would not bo reasoned with though one aroc from tho dead. It Is to thoughtful and sensible people that we appealed and still . ... appeal to line up lor uoeoe democratic ticket and avert tno ca.am- (ties that the election of a fool liUo Taylor would bring upon the fair name of the State. Stamp jour stencil an the rooster as shown ab me and help us redeem old Ivjntuoky Uy pul- Ing her again whera she belongs, in mo democratic column ex-pe- ct We still say and aro willing to back It with ducats that Drown will not get 5,000 votes In tho Stato. It Is Goebel or Taylor and few will be foolish enough to throw their votes away on Brown. Gokiiel Is as sure to bo elected next Tuesday as tho day comes. Mark tho prediction and you will see It verified. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. inaU weufc lunni strouR. It li innni. oousnuu. . tienry Junes, nl Hurr suurc. im J- H lirtuiUbiir. Ill LoxIngUin decided eoujjn't, gtand tho thought of his wcel' Ifc Judge Harker at from that Judgo W. L. Brown und not Judge heart marrying and went oil und drown No democrat can excuse hlm-e- lt clr- - e(1 hirabl)tf. POSITION WANTHB. voting for Hon. C. C. McChord for II. C. Eversolo Is tho Judgo of tho tx'k I delre n immHIoii Beforo committing suicide, Mrs. Inez ovtrf,r on commissioner, on account of cult In which Clay county l,s located. railroad Mini Un Tho court of uppeals will now taklo Bruce, of Nashville, wrote n nolo In f.irm. Ilnve liiul i,mliv in his nomination Julin C. Jlrown, R.Mtl referem sho cim glie the which sho named was nominated at Frankfort and there thu question. Walnut Orovn. K . , , " Alvln Saunders died Wed- wanted at her buriul. has been no one to charge that ho Is KNOB FARM school girl ut Mortonvlllc, Ohio, democratic par- nesday ut Omaha. Ho was a native of A COOD A not the nominee of tho governor Qred into a group of children with For hale. C'oulalui IW) aim and l toiiill r "l"-ety. Bolters and all who havo any Idea Kentucky, and was .tho first buuw aid and Ka.l of lllghlaml lla. iwwetrf y Mud. ad whom sho had hud somo trouble HI iHilldlunt, frull tri.f of party fealtv aro bound to voto for of Nebraska after that State wiu boV. him. Kvery true democrat will simply mitted to tho Union, serving previously fa, nil., ivniirtflftd U OtienlMlw, hy U A desperato naval battio was iougoi make bis cros in tho square around as Territorial governor. When you bear tho blathering Dc- - betweon tho revolutionist and govorn and at his feet and that the rooiter Over 200 NICE FARM FOR SALE. in Colombia. boo spouting about tho blood he Is go mont force will take thera all In. Ing to slosh around on election duy just raon woro killed or drowned Kveiiytiu.no reom-- i to bo going Im.i. u tin-- hnllonn und ece him emulate Vim ut Boxvllle. Union county, des HATl'lt-IIAII to the hlxlifot lilUiWr Dewey's way. Ho has a life salary of tho feat of tho cow that jumped over troyed overy storo In that village ex- I will . NOVKMllKIt ITU. fWH. m I'urm. Is about ?U,-00- 0, Iliriti'fotirtlit nf Is feuro of $50,000 for destroying the moon II" fruin lluloiivllI on $13,000, Louisville 1 lines. cept one. T.10 total loss the llrgilfiirdvMi pike ..iitnluliigJS u. n- , Monlujo'a lleot ut Manila, has juot been Tho republicans tit Washington are with only about :i,000 Insurance. jl In t,iuml unili-- fc.'KKi feni und mi-tgiven u 810,000 house in Washington ranking; great show of confidence In lioniD li The gilt lo Admiral Dowey, while In Dili. if tin' bt.btTernntiout f 'T 'l"V f uiiiutid 1111 '!" h kV' marry tho rich widow republican success in Ohio, Kentucky, Un tdiiv.lli' und no ho is to Boston by tho Massachusetts Daughter ' MIH III ITU I MtlKSTI It of Gen. llazen, late Chief Signal olll-cMaryland und Nebraska. They uto le lis was tin Iramcnso IIiiMi li of tho Revolution, of the army, and a sister of Kdltor bets ut two to ono on Ohio und booouet of 150 American beauty roses of thu Cincinnati oven money on the othor States. John H. McLean, BO YEARS' standing 5 feet high. Enquirer. Goo!l things not only rain About bloodshed on election duj; EXPERIENCE On Big Crofton bill In Christian but pour upon tho favored on of for tboro will bo no bloodshed unless ll bo county, an L. fc N. freight train broko running Drecltiltutod by organized rulllunlsm tune In two, tho dotachod curs to tho campaign of NOT even tho meanest opponent of directly ascrlbublo bickwurd Into another train, wrecking nt on foot to beat tho rcL'iilur an ouglno und 12 cars. tho democratic ticket has had aught to innnnv democrutlc ticket Courier Journal. exn.,n Funston telegraph ud say against a single raembor of ll Traoc Marks Tho wisdom of tho situation for tho his attorneys ut Topoka to (Ho suit for cept Mr. Goebel, whom they havo liDI810NS rfl.VBIAUTII Ac. and vlllliled without Independent nonpartisan voter is to libel ugulnst Archblsliop ireinnti, who, belled, traduced Anyons lenning a rtrl. and deaertrtlnn ma u foolish discount tho objections und to voto tho i., ,. H......nt lniurvlew. accused Funston whslh" stint or measure. If ou uto nJicklr Mcsrlalii our i.plulon ronimuiilc. OiVmiIIiiu upruhblrj'"t-"lll- . enough to bellovo tho lies of hired regulur democratic ticket. Kvon us a of looting churches In tho Philippines. ll.udbookon ratcntl t lonVitrtcl Tninfldenlf.1. Ijr Mrcrinir jwleuis. oldcl aiwucy llura, what's the matter with voting for choice of evils, It promises less evil I'iieut taken thmuiib lunn li. remit At. irnntnn. O.. C. l Moore, of Green reoubllciin ticket tfxrUI notkt, without ikariio. In tli und tho rest of tho ticket If jou cannot t.li nn n mai'hliiu-mud- o 11 Oght with ofllcen Ky., had cquully domurrublo on account of its Itlver, a revolver, a struy ouuoi. innswallow the head? Scientific Jlttterican antecedents und belongings, but very emptied Lot Honthorn, wlfo of a truv A handomlr lllu.lralt weklr "' ing It Is said that Dobooun and Senator inuoh woi'so for thu smell of rullroud ollngMrs. JSLWouVuil'rrJr'alulirf bulesinuii. Mooro Is now In atl alllunco to gteaso that exudes from every ioreuiid formed Lindsay havo MUNN &Co.36,B'"4rt" New York At noon Monday on one of tho busi V " " Wathliwlon II lieutGov Bradloy'i, friend, John W. cranny. No sensible muu will vote for llrn"l li oeuruiarjr Yerkes, for U. S. Senator, but this Brown und no wise one will voto for ness cornors In Ssl. " of tho llroadway im2, tarni t iUu.'jii tunol bceius u waste of effort. Old Jo Black- Taylor, unless bo bo a believing dyed- - Bolwrt U. Jennings, linnl Jltil V im...sn tlij aivir I ot iota Inlmnox rn 1,1.1 linn. wu. robbed of 81,043 In cash burn will settle thu mutter by walking US)MV b) ropubilcdn. L'ourler-Jour-ua- l. 4M lutuniol a -and $18,750 in chuck whtlo getting on flsquuumS liuiU'i't pus fKiwu.ll oil with tho plum. tql u.ia a cur. WVSivH aivn declared In Madrid GltKAT Interest Is felt In tho Nobrus-- kl f ff mmLW Count D'Almonus Tho Security Safety Vault und eleotlon and tho republicans uru Trust company, assignee, hiu Issued u that owing to tbo lgnorunco of tho bemoving eurth and hell to curry It, peueo treaty comstatement saying that ull claims Spunlsh-Amerlccause Mr. Bryan has mado tho expau-slo- u ugaliist tho banking house ol D. A. missioner, three l'hlllpplno I.lund 1U liable if uKou.nlctl ur luieollt. question tho leading ono of tho Savro & Co.. of Lexington, which fail woro left out ol tho treaty. Ilo wants dcilrlag a triproui ut 1'wrl Kipo.llluu, wilu mind nuud lu th paid, should writs. campaign. Tho chances, howovor, fa- ed last week, will be puld in (ull Im thorn to bo used to necufo tho libera- salary and aht, i'ATiiWX KKCOKli. Uulllmor. Md. vor Bryan. tion of the Spanish prisoners. mediately. This Includes doosltors. UCKEDwIth Ti'ti'tabl. Uiiuullr. lUvueunJ During u mysterious tiro. In tho Fen AS goes Kentucky Tuesday so sho Is 'There Is a rumor thai tho L. .V N many thuutund three sections mIIu.1 lu.rilKrf In t.a railroad to bandto It own uxptess wick Hotel , ut Henderson go In 1000. Make it ubsoluto likely to of all ayinitoui remuv wero 4aji at Iwut business after the beginning of thu new ..1 1....,,. wm-.- cm. und warrants m1. Tvaltiuonlal and Til DATS Irratmrnt Irrat. y certain for Bryan by voting tho sviornoutagulnsl Hoborl and Jamo PX. H.H.CUII'I SOUS, box K. Atlanta, Ua, year. ticket from top to bottom. Ho-'!11 -'i r t 11 pull-bearEx-Go" " John W. Yerkes, the republican leader, has announced as a candldato for United States Senator to succecu Lindsay. Gov. Bradley appointed LawsonHeno city judge of Oweosboro to succeed JudgoF. II. Roberts, recently declar ed insane James P. Harris, a former county judge of Floyd county, has repudiated the Brownies, with whom ho has been aftlllato3, and has como out for Gocbel. Thn law orovldes that tho governor shall tako his ecat the fifth Tuesday nf-telection, Dec. 12th. Other State officers will not go In till tho first Mon day In January. A dispatch In the Louisville Ulspatcn says thut. 1,000 people joined in tnglng "America" at Mt Vernon when the Wwu 0lher the crowd at 300. reports Before the court of appeals, .luugo Charles Helm, of Covington, and Sena tor Ddb0B iald lhBl, unIeM the Brown al tho e BUo(reil ,Mpcct0 M Tuesday, thuro would be er y sholfoyvillo HiCKS predicted tho ruin of ycslur-daJack Beaf.ley nold to William Burton r1orgnnflot). u very cold spell will foland ay 1:2.2. four mule colts at Clarksvlllo. Tonn. Elkton. low for tho time of year. C. Dunn F. P. Bishop bought of A. Cnllntln. Tonn. Vorsalllos, No democrat should fall to go to tho 20 100.ound (boats at Wo. Ky. Mt. II. Cooper bought a lot of corn of for O. polls Tuesday and voto und work thoadmlrublo ticket headed by tho O. P. Ntiwland ut l.fi delivered. Hoy S. Boasley ha engaged to ndo matchless Goobjl. the saddlers of J. B Bowles at Bards- 1 11 ..1 im.,i.. vi,..l ..nailini. Iipfiiru t lie ndvunro for lvii 1nmn.11 .1 .III HI I'ltl 1 nil mill .1 IIIII.I Ll.'Vn n" km J.i ... ........- - alHivi-gStock vour winter coal now, prices town. In a bnly to Tho buyers for tho Slorw mrntlonr.1 tlm above H Stores probability now nro advancing and tho Tho Wlnchcter Domoorat reports 111 price uini rimium Is that delay will cost you high. J. H. sales of export cattlo ut fit und several timrkcl earh Seitxin. lmylng rooI In caB lots. We gfl Iliem ...... 11 ...... ...i.t,. 1.. t...i.in ui.... nr..nnn.i Vi.iinm. Hnikt and Cm l Baughman & Co. car loads of hog ut Hi. money than they can bo bought cNewiicro at thu pnrenl. No mlvanco In price , J. W. Bales, of Itlchmond, has tm a Foil SALK. A rubber tiro pha-tond cittlo from M. with ui Will also bought ftt harness gelding and harness. C. Covington, at S 121. Purls News rent tho house on East Main Street Fort SALn I havo M nice, long whore I now live. . G. U. Wearcn. steers yearlings or short tJtrnap.r.t.'s COMEDIANS ctvo a mine for sale. John W. Miller, Lancaster. M. S. Baughman sold to a Columbus, trol and vaudeville performance that mules, but ho is highly complimented everywhere It Ga., firm 21 13 CWs Hooaier Cotton at 4Jc, Seo tho street parauo i nurs is ashamed to tell what ho got for anDcars. 13 OsctTrUn Colton at JJc. you will bo certain to them. day next and 20 Ces Fancy Cnlico atSJc, Harry Lazarus bought 30 small mules stay to tho show that night. 20 Owes Indigo Calico at 4 c, i at Brownsville nnd In tho Glasgow SHOOT1NO. Crit C. Smith shot Bal- Junction country at prices ranging 20 Csen Canton Flunncl from 4Jc up, 2(,0 Dozen IjhIIcb' Veils t ISc, two for25o, lard Yocum In tho shoulder at tho from iiO to Glasgow News. " Union Stills at 25c for LadW and former's distillery near MjKtnncy yes130 A dark bay mare, no white points, terday afternoon Inflicting a painful 15 hand high, eight years old, harness " Ladles' all wool Hose at 15c, two for 25c. 150 Hie l 10c, three for 25c, " Children's -- ml MImcs Flccce-llnrbut not necessarily dangerous wound. marks, camo to my place Monday. 150 15(1 " lioys' Fleeced Underwear at 25c nd 60c per Pult. 22 lo 31, It Is not known what caused the troub- Owner can get her by paying for this le. Smith waived his oxaralnlng trlul notice and her keep. J. S. Bosley. " Ladles' Dress Skirts from l8c to 5, In lllue, Il'ack, Gray and I'UI.I. 130 and was held In bond by Squlro W. A. yfi " I)ns Skirt Patterni all wool llald and Creinii!from $1.25 to 7, At the Hereford cattle show at Kanprice Mr, Coffey to circuit court. OS Pieces of Doublo Width Wilrtlng Cheviot, Fold everywhere at 12J, our sas City, Mo., W. A. Curtice, of Emih Is soinowhat mixed In rav nence, Ky., sold eight cnlves from six 1,000 Pairs Illankets from 48c a pair to 14, ' "POLITICS price of 150 Doien Comforts from 49c to 2. and It Is ralchtv hard to tell to 12 months old at an average by Beau Don Patent Tip Ijico Shoes for Ladlea, our price 0c, 50 whether democrats or republicans will G2f. They were sired 100 Ccs Men's fine Shoes that we bottRlit at a price that we can sell llirm at PSc, Harry uiovannou ald. win," telephoned 13 Caeca Iluckle Sboca for Hoya, worth II, our price 75c, In the snrlnc Fred P. Bishop con- from Danville this morning. "C. C. 100 " Plain Too;Kld Slice lor Ladles, 12 quality, our price) 11.48, , 39 Bagby will loose a few votes on account traded to deliver to Sldnoy Dunbar " Hoys' High Top Shoe ranKlng In price from Wc to 12, 50 coming out for L. harrelsof this year's corn at Slou. of John W. Yerkes " Men's High Top Grain and Calf Shorn from 11.60 lo S2.50, advnnco mado the 50 S. Senator, but of courso (ho democrats Tho short crop and Mr. Dunbar will work tho harder. Tho raeu oo- - clover young farmer glvo Our Clothing, Cloaks and Cnpes and thousand of other thlngi that our pa will of tween Graham Price and C. M Stan- - S2U to let hlrat out the trade. not allow ut to mention were bought in the loll mentioned and divided, giving each "i clerk will bo very wood for I ESC.U'tl A NAUIUlW Store the benefit of the low price and cnh diicounl on such lot, so como In to ec us ' close," ho added. Thitikful wimli written tr Mrs. Ad I I"..!., . ll- - a ... .w... Hl.lh when you are In town that you may get the lrencttt of our part of tho low prid. -- .... urutotl r. l. ...a "iiiiwiin'nui'w nuH7 man trUM on lilf lun,(, fimU pel 10 UKturt (laiuo uuuipllon. Four In NEWS OF THE V1C1HA6E. up. ujat IruuH It's til Hurt lluir. I I la of tho uTH-i- i ii i my ui iwlor, (lsirriiiliinl II could out Tho total coinage at tho mlnu friuil on nth, would nnwt my wllli - ur idilw t lunl United States during October was 111,- Kt lr. onrt t.tf Mr liubindH.r CWituiui-llonKind's New lUwer I rare ll trltl lAU ' I Coldi SSMOU. Luih and It hn Tumi uis, nd lhukiiii, Izht tonic. Tho return of tho 20th Kansas is be- a u uird aud no a well and nrtllbr piuin muj '. uoiurs eelebruted In magnificent stylo at trialSue and inr tiuruicrd or vricw w... ing rrluudru. Ut Tho Cheieit House in Town Owonaboro. Eliznbothtown, Bnrdstown, Coorgotown, stnnford, Hopklnsvlllo, MndlSonvillo, storting. OFFICE KND iAZHREHOUSE, LOUISiZILLG. T ..i ... 1,3W-poun- ld -- Cast Your Eyes at This. Mic, $.. il m Cc i lt ... - !tt, 1 . -- The Louisville Store, A. URBANSKY & 1 ',... Topeka. A Negro murdered a bartender at Weir City, Kan., and was shortly afterward lynched. Georuo Bartle, a clerk In the Stato department sleco 1815 and tho "keeper of tho great seal," is aeau. In a light over politics at Lexington Martin Wllkerson was cut and probably fatally wounded by Bud Stevenson. Secretary Bool a'nd Gen. Fred Grant are now being prominently mentioned for tbo republican nomination for vice president At Tllllamtown, U.. uenry uarvcj aUempled l0 kill his father, who rcfu.-d- er a dmo wlth whlch ,0 h hnv whlslcv. Bev. J. A nut Flat at U. King will preach at Wal11 A. M. Sunday, 12ih. rul. Will ,ltsn Old Iluckloua Arnica tUKIIIlrUI. 1ILI'NI1.K Culor Hum, niim a horribleftUt.lhmPoald, iu the CO., Proprietors. Hard-tow- fi"rT.. all ?kln Lypil. l".i Uoly i"x: a l.x. Cursuiuraniwd ltrNrr, m t'lrtrs.lWU, telum II' lenny, tt ' T.I) HANKY, Manager. Branch stores at Klitabetlitown. Klkton, Oweinliorii, Sho byville, Versatile, llopkiiisville, Madlfonvliie.Morgantield, Georgetown, Ky , ClarkaTille, Tcnn. 7'' llruijt,!. C S Letcher, of New York, bought miles tho Barbee farm of 77 acre from Lexington, for S12,000. to I'J 0)1011111 1 2 J YKAU. u(Ifrol U lKutliuriilndur ilnllnrs fur mcillrlnu Iletr jwr with a courIi. nud wllli dwtoMond I no nvnll until T!iU uil !r. rfnirsl iel my I l:) .LADIE w I S N 1 FOOTWEAR A I 1 (!) I I ""' """' V Completer Stock .: I, Vs never in Manfttd. IiifnnlH .'ifl Slim, dilliliin' Piers Hiih--s nnd SrliiMil Shoes, I.iiilies turn mid welt i le, lljjlil I ffil't tnlf skins Old I.aditK' WiM).iHilMiiKMr(ItiiMiers to.tHlhiin nil 1111 11 11 I i 11 11 er ! itSEIE llj i I Styles the Latest,' Prices the Lowest,! Quality the Best. 1 H. iii J. M'ROBERTS. (0 ': SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES, CRAIG Cypress Shingles 'A-CSWE- a tu & HOOKER. Iron Ki'iiL't'. 11 an rn. -l -- 1 DROPSY two-thir- d nu.-i.- dom-ocrat- Metal Roofing. WJ NWls ( STANFORD, KY., Mill AVork. . - Mm nlftll att Hi llglllal'IIAiijgVlgtl' Main .iai.1(rilltfll lajgM .nai ai4sMdffiyri atvh J taj! ! ilkir?i.tj ,t - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Havk your coal hauled whllo It dry. J. II. Unuffhinan fi Co. la Tun great nnd only Sam Jnncn at Walton's Opera Hoiisn, Nov. 13th. Sam JoNKfllonoof the moit popuNov. 3, 1899 Stanfoiu). Kv., lar lecturers on tbo platform. Ho never Good, fresh country lard of our own fall to please. Hoazlcy fi Monefro make nnd all kind of freidi meal at havo engaged him for Nov. 13 and as Mamaoeii. Slim ,t Co'. E. 0. Wai.toV, Ui!9iNin usual ho will douhllcsf draw n full Ocu terms uro utrictlv cash on onal bouse. Tun fop mnioriiiU combined with catc, (kill ami uoouracy lrwuro tfood and feed. Do not ask for credit. J. II. Mr. W. D. Oldham FoilOOKIiKl. over result. No other method aroPenny Haujhniati A Co. . telephoned us from Hlchmond yesterwork. ued In our rccrlpllon N'liws comes from Casey that n son day that itcv. W. S. Urlniteud had Uruc Storo. ui u. l,ny had both leg written his ton, Gilbert, that If ho could reach homo In time ho will vole PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. crushed by n falling tree. forGixjbol. Ho ha! been voting the i over Irom Nlch- J. C. McCi.AKY had on oxblbltlon at prohibition ticket. Thomas Mi.TtaLF . ... gooe i.i- Utvlllc. ins nvira win wcck n largo wnu DilATH. Fred Johnson, son of Post JVWK AND Mlis. V. B. VAHNOS'aro vuav iiu Kineu on narrow pond. master J. L. Johnson, of Klngsvillc, In TlIK first snow of tho season, which died yesterday morning from tho efMil. B. B. 1'ATTKitsoN went to ctmo down furiously for a while, fell fects of u strnlrt ho received several yesterday. thlt morning nnd It I cold a Christ-ma- t, wcok ni?o, oged It), and his remains Mils. V.. C. WALTON and children will bo interred In tho cemetery nt uro visiting nt Huttouvlllc.. J. S. IIL'NDI.KY tell u that It wan Pleasant Point nt 2 o'clock this evo- Mil. J. 8. WKI.I.S wa up from Dan- -' , Joe Goodo and not he, who sold the nlng. Ho was a splendid boy. vlllo to nttond the wcddlnp. of IJur-Bl- n, place to Mr. Harnett mentioned In our Mas. Hallik J. PuiTciiirrr, Or HusscllV Comedian", to appear ut last. It with Mm. John V. Wallace. Opera House, Thursday Walton' MlRS Sun Oot.KVlK. a Garrard counA VOTi: for North Is a vote for Joo night, Utb, the Grccnsburg, Pa., Press Havty beauty, U with Mr. J. C. Blackburn for U. S. Senator, a demo says: They fulfilled every cxcctai!on Mils. P. K. Kl'MV, of MIUdlcboro, on crt who never flicker und ono who of local theatre goers up-t- o Wednesday nupllaU. attended tho Saundcrs-Alro- rn data prohot thrown hi wholo soul Into this night and presented an gram of minstrelsy and vaudeville. The Mil J. V.CliltiHTlAN,ofChllcbur(r, campaign. entire aggregation was made up of It hero and will bccln packing turkey Sam Jont.h will Iccturo only on tho stars. Tho opening act wus given to soon. GkoikikH. SaUklkV ha rooo to night of tho l.'lth and tho admission black facs comedy. Tho ballad singing Knoxvlllo to vl.lt hli ltcr, Mr. T. S. will bo 60 and 75c, tho latter for re of Horaco J. Greeley, Harry Hoyd and served seat to bo had at Meltobcrt P. II. O'lirlan was excellent, and Webb, Jr. Grecnsburgcr hhvo never heard a betMlrtS SU8IK HitiNKLKY, ono of Som- drug storo. erset's prettiest girl, U with Mies Sue Tim man who think tbo L.fc N.can ter Interlocutor than Bd C. Sampson. Wllilo Halo. mako It employe voto solidly forTayJ Bvery turn In tho olio was appreciated. Mil. J. H. OWKNB U back from Cum- lor Is reckoning without his host. A Thu Su Clair sisters Introduced a swell berland Fall In tlmo to vote tho demo- number havo told u that they will cuite walk, and their trnvestry on the cratic ticket. mark under Ibo roostor, If It loses their new results was rccolved uproarlusly Hubbard and Latbrop created a furore Dlt. It. GOLDSTEIN, tbo optician, will job for them. In their musical sketch. boat the St. Asaph Monday and remain It Isn't too lato yet to change your CI.ELAND Wm. B. Clelund, father ono day only. Mils. S. I. Staho ha joined her mind If you huo contemplated voting of Mr. A. G. Bastland, of this place, husband In Loultvllle, whero they will aznlnst tbo democratic ticket. Ought died Wednesday at tho homo of you go back on tho old party that has live thli winter. hi daughter, Mrs. S. P. Bastland, in Jl'IKJi: C. 11. McDoWKM. and wife been your homo so longr Think serl- Doyle, aged 75. The funeral occurred and many other Danville people, eamo ously about it. yesterday ut Now Provldcnco cburcb, in up to attend the marriage. 20TO1. Mr.AI. F. KUIn tells us In Mercer, Itcv. Hunter and Taylor TllKIIK will bo an open pesslon of llie that of tho 21 members of tho now conducting thu services. Tho Advocountry club at Mr. and .Mr. W. II Maccabee lodge at Waynesburg 20 uro cate says he was tho youngest son of Llllard' at 2 ibu afternoon. red hot Goobel democrat, whllo only tho noted pioneer preacher, Dr. Thom LktciirkOwhlkvW winning cold-e- n one Is a republican. Of course tho lodge as II. CIcland, who was for 40 years opinion from Louisville dcmocrali will bo a success. pastor of the old Providence church. by hi excellent sicechc there. Mr. C"olund was tho most of bis life en TilKKK ha been no charge by tho gaged In farming, but was an active Mil. ASH Miw. J. A. Clt.vrr, of republican hero that the olltcer fur man In affairs nnd one who was looked I.ouIbvI11o, .wcro guest of Judge- and tbo election aro not good men on both up to by his neighbors. For two terms during tho wedding cero Mm. Alcorn sides. The list give general satisfache wo sheriff of his native county of monlc. tion and thern will bo a free ballot and Mercer and received other murk of Mit. W. A. Lkwis will shortly move a fair count hero a elsowhere. thu confidence und respect of hi fel with hl family lo Anderson. lnd good where ho and hi ton arc offered It I said ihut certain white repub- low citizens. He wus a man of unusMdllOUS. lican uro advising Negroes to go to ual vigor and was In good health until Mil. A. J. l.ANl.STON has moved hi tho polls armed, so as to assert their within u short time ago, when tbo In family from thu Hubblo section ui rights. Not a right will bo denied any tlrmltlcs Incident to old ago crowded Nowort, where ho I councctcd with one, but tho rovards who gavn tho ad- upon him thick und fust and hi decline vice arc plotting lo get son.cbody kill wus rupld, In spite of tbe tender cure tbo L. .V N. given hlra by devoted children. Of 'he John F. Pdmiston, of Crab Orch-ur- cd. orlgluul family only one survives, his ha boon appointed to u Mlllon NO T.MCfiis Mr. A. J. Largston.nn sister, Mrs, Marv Crlsler, of Louisville, In tho census bureau ut tbo request of - A N. employe at Newport, tell us herself til years old. Mr. Clelund leaves .'Senator Doboe. that a Covington man has for the past u widow und 11 children, thero bavins JaMI-- S It. lllIAZLKY broke tho middle linger of Ills left hand whllo holding a week offered ben of 10 to I on Goobol, been but one other death that of an horse that tried to run nway with him but has found no UkerY He says that injant in bis family In tho 40 year of tho thing I almost nltogotber ono way his married life. The widow, now robtho other day. .Mr. In his city. bed of u kind und loving husband, after Wi. extend sincere sjinpathy to ncttrly a and Mr. Samuel McKlttrlck on tho "ft L had a 10 veur old boy, who $u Miss half century of happy wedlock, which lived couldn't make n Louise McClunnuhun,ot Fay doath of their llr.t-bor- n, better eech than only a fow minute. Taylor did, I'd take hint from school, ette county. Tho chl.dron live In dif Jamk.s M. Sal'fi.V.y ha secured the contldent that sending him would bo a ferent places, those nearest Danville K)ltloi) of express messenger from waste of time und luonev," said a de m bulng Mrs Bastland und Miss Ujsu CIcland. Hundreds of frlunds of tho Livingston to Hlchmond and will go on ocrutuftor listening to Hog-j.u- v Taj- family will extend tho saicerest symduty Inubout 10 days. lor hog wash. and pathy to tho bjreiived, who have tbe Missus JllNN'IR MoKl.NSBY TaVloii said In his scech that "I consolation of knowing thai tholr bus- Catherine Alcorn, of Hustonvllle, are Annlo MelClnney and will bo tho next covornor, thoro Is no band und father was ready and waiting gucsln of MI doubt of thut. Hut thank, God, there for the summons, assured of a rich retook In tho wedding. I ward for a well sjmnt life. doubt of thut." Kentuuky'ii most HON. J AM US I). Hl.ACIC, of Harbour-vlllenemy could not wish her panned through yesterday to 1111 GOUIini. An I. J. reiKirter bud tho his appointments at Georgetown, Pari greater harm thun such un ignoramus pleasure of hearing Senator William and other town. Ho think there Is should bo its chief executive otlleer. (ioebel speak ut Lebanon und Spring- no doubt uhoiil the democrutlu party Tiik preacher politician usually tteld Tuesday utternoon und evening winning noxt Tuesday. mtikus u mess of It and Bid. J. S und In each town ho uddrussed acres of Mil A. M. Woodson, of lndopond-onc- e, Sweeney, who thinks ho is running for peoplo At Lebanon ho spoke from u last night to vUlt auditor on Mo., arrived tho republican ticket, In no stand buck of thu court-bous- e und u h umny friends hureulout. lihmliocn exception. A small crowd composed lurgcr und more enthushKile crowd 11 year slncu bo wan buro before, nnd moitly of Noroos, heard him hero never gathered in thut good little city. lio observe many oliungus In tho Tuesday night and tho concensus ol Thu Senator .vus in lino voice und bis of tho town. thu ilumoor.it present is thut It was speech of two hours was listened to TlIK Missus Hdllou entertained tho the oorcsl tpeoch of tbo campaign. with ulpiosl re.iiirkublu attention.' mailing club with u Hallow'cen parly, which was unlquo und enjoyable In Tin: chrUtlan endeavor society of Three preachers, one of them Hev A every way.' (ihost told form no s and Hustonvillu will L'lvo u "Povortlo S. MolTett, formerly of this pluee, occuall tho girls had thu namos of their Party" Ht Wheeler's Bmporhim,'' on pied seats In thu stand und applauded" future husband divulged. tho evening of tho 10th. Admittance: tho many good things Mr. Goebcl sutd. Wbon tbo Senator corrected the i'Cort Mil. John C. Hiiown, of Walnut Tenno innnle for ye great and tull, concerning J. Proctor Knott's Ho I five pennies lor jo weo anil small. Grove, was hero Wednesday. A small fee we will ussess, opposition to thu democratic ticket, of getting a position us over.deslrlou To those who eomo In costly drcrs, Cashier Joo Knott, a close relative of seer of u stock farm and can glvo tho read tho Invitation we printed yestercame to tbo front and the of recommendations. Write lo day. best told of tho fulsliy of the charge. Doth need of ihu services of u him, If In GOOCMI. Mr. ClcoroC. Gooch died of the Knoll mentioned aro very warm good man. Goebcl and his splendid ticket house party I ut at her homo ut Wuyiicsburg Tuesday for Mr. DULKIU'ITUI. A of no little Inllucncu. It composed of ufternojn of typhoid fever. She wu a and are men Mary C. Carpenter's, Ml took thu next governor just .'10 minute thu following oung ludlu and gentle- - daughter of Squire B. H. Caldwell, Jr., to get to hi hotel from the court-housir.cn: Misses Chorlno Kern, of Paris, und vvus u most excellent christian u distance of 2i squares, so anxious lady. Shu hud been married only about I'leeelo Hosley, Danville, Horthtt were the people to shuko hi bund und Imminence, Salllo King, Stan-for- two years und no children survlvu, but pledge tholr support. At tho hotel und Messrs. Frank Collins, and a husband Is left to mourn tho loss of a true und loving helpmeet. After ser hundreds culled to sco tho distinguishlluino Payne, Paris, H. G. Hratton, ed goutlemun. Tho Senator drove over North Mlddletown. Tho whole party vices by Kov, Ira Purtln Wednesday from Campbcllsvlllo to Lebanon und with Mis Anna L. Crow, ufteruoon thu remains wore laid to rest together was met several miles outsldu of tho ut Kubank. wore hero Wednesday. cltv by some 400 or MX) ladles und genA COItltKSrONDKNT III Mt. SulciU tlemen on horseback, of whom LOCAL HAPPENINGS. suy thai Mr. Pctor M. Multoburts oc- rodo whllo horses, It was the samoold cupied tho pulpit at tbo African church story at Sprlnglleld. A toreb light Nbw jewelry ut Hamilton'. near there und told hi sable hearer procession of soino 300 mot Mr Goubul OVBTKits on band at all times. John whut awful thing will huppon should a mile or so outsldu of town and gave democruuy bo successful in tho ap- him u most buurty welcome. Fully .'), II . Meier. proaching election. Mr- - Mcltobcrts Is 000 heard his speech there und muu (il'NS, rllle und loaded shells ut u belter preuchur than ho I u yelled themselves hoarse in their enCraig 5c Hooker's. but he oughtn't n fool tho poor thusiasm. Judge Sims und icuutor C n Negro thut way Democracy will bo C. McChoid made u short talk each, SKU our oxtru large laminated comHuecosefdl und every Negro will have after which the sturdy democrats of fort. Severance iSon. his rights und democrats, uon whom Washington county went to their home fil'NS, uimuunltlon, hunting coat, they nearly ull huvo to doiMiud. will mpru dotcnuinod than over to elect tho ' continue to pay thorn good wage. ticket under tho rooster noxt Tuesday, ic,atW.n.McUobort' No ndvanco on our onormous lino of undorweur for men, women and children. Severance ft Sons. THBTAVLOIt HIPPODHOMB. A 3 THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. -- - m TUB HKI'Ulir.iaVN CANDIIlATr.MAKKS Sl'IXrTACI.B 01' HIMSKM-'- . KAt.Si:ilOOI)S USUI) VOn AltOUMKNTS AND VCUJAHITY PAI.MKI) OKI' VOM WIT. J.1!1." '"V ,,1,9m1",P-t-lt- e Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been re- - Tin: wohht Brunei, l'HNBD. that nvnrt hap- - ..... m Xlch-olanvll- m mm - m m i m feebleminded Institute Looking like a monkey und acting like one, ho lighted Into the election luw, tbe Louisville convention nnd tbo Chinn school book bill, suylng of tho latter that tho namo Chlnn ought to kill It If nothing elso did. He was very sweet on tho Brownie, but to few of them were present that he failed to get a response. Of tho L. fc N. and corporation in general, ho was highly complimentary and made many statements which wcro absolutely without the semblance of truth. Ho went for tho last democratic administration and eulogized Bradley's, and claimed that when the democrat went out of power they Ieit not a cent in tbo treasury, which now bad money to burn. He apologized for making this last statement as he wa afraid If tho Goebelltc found out thero was money on band they would rcdoublo their efforts. Considering that ladles were present, some of his anecdotes wero dccldedlv out of taste. but In full keeping with a speech that wa thoroughly disgusting from start to tlnish. 10 Tho fK?olal bearing tho Taylor-W- ll son aggregation was half an hour or so Just received a largo stock of the very t late, but tho Negro band nnd tho crowd, together with n fow whites' waited patiently at tho depot till its arrival nnd then tho worthies wcro iMli7nn,,fn':rSOI,li",,,,!,CnI,l,'b'Jforo '"vo to bo seen to be appreciated. Hiilf ted to tho stand In tho court houso yard, whero possibly WO people, for ,'.CC. ""? f0r "l"taljl0 M.,.' V . T . the most part colored, some white re- lollcawnlc urci IlnlrM.!. l publicans and a number of curious o democrats, hau gathered to sco tho 124 Third Street Opposite Post Qniee, Danville, Ky. show. Mr P. M. Mcltoberta d Taylor, who stioke for over un hour and made the most nonsensical, Idiotic and puerile speech ever delivered by any one, not a fit subject for a No-grcs-c- oi THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs r) JYtouldh?gs. Ar,! 1 w:xwy&r$ L . TP. Intro-duce- GENTLEMEN. ed de 1 a$ We are showing some splendid val-j- g ues in Single and Double-BreastSuits, made of fine Cheviots and Ser ges. They are made up as well as fine tailor-magoods and fit like a glove. oxckxxxxxxxxxwckxxw c LADIES. Look at our New Fall and Winter Jackets. A full lined Boucle Jacket at $4. Tan and Black Kersey Jackets at $5 to $7.50. Tan, Brown and Bl'k Kersey Jackets at $10. The above goods are the best values we ever offered. SEVERANCE & SOVS. Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. O - m d, - I- e, Though the tax rate has been raised cents on the 8100 slnco tho republicans went Into ower, Taylor persisted In saying I. was orly 42Jc. Wn9 ho OOO honestly mistaken or simply lying? "They say," said Taylor, "that tho o Courier Journal sold out to Hnnna in o 1S9(J. That may or may not bo truo o o bui it support of the democratic ticket o now, looks mlghtly tike It has sold out o again In order to got a hand In tbo o cheap book for tho children o o of Kentucly ".And then his mongrel o audience on the cue from the "leaders" o cheered lustily. o Tho Hon. A. E. Wlllaon, of Louis o vlllo, sKko next and as ho Is of more o gcntlo birth and breeding, his speech o o was a fair ono from hi standpoint. o How he can monkoy In such u crowd, however, is a wonder and shows his o eternal longing for tbo office bo never oo gets. After be bad finished, tho bands began to play, tbo black line of march ers formed, the speaker wero escorted back to tholr truln und all wusovcr ex cept a bad taste In tho mouths of tho republicans, who had expected better things. And a sort of jubilation In every democratic heart, that the blow-ohad proved so utter and so dismal a failure. The great hippodrome hus como and gono and the rads nro now kicking themselves over what a failure It was. nut for democrats und Negroes, Taylor und hit crowd would havo had precious few to bear them. It was tho worst effort wo over knew nnd Gen. Taylor is tho most disgusting speaker as well us the most uncouth looking creuturo who was over honored for a high office, ovun by republicans. His nickname "Hogjaw" corresponded fulut O'OO O CTO'O 6 O O 6 O O OOOOOOOO O o"ol3l"oo"cfc OO GO, TO M'ljoberts, tlje Druggist, -- FOIt- o o o o Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper, Paints and Fine-Stationery- , Oils, &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooooooooocooooQooooooooooo oo GENTLEMEN, We are exe'usive READ THIS. agents for FLORSHBIM'S PATENT LEATHER AND ENAMEL CALF ly with Ills speech, for It was worse v. than bog wash. After tho Industrious advertising given the blow-ou- t, tbe crowd was ov en disappointing to democrats. Thero wore very fow white republicans and Negroes from tho country, the crowd bolng largely made up of Maoksvlllluns and other suburban pluces. Prof. Chelsman's band ucrompanicd tho oarty und made good music. A majority of tho handsome young fellows uro democrats, who were out or tho fun und money there is In It. They Measure ciuefi.ry taken anil told us Taylor got u f rost at most of tho mountain towns. Tho lylug correspondent of tho Commercial eaya that :i,000 to 5,000 peoplo greeted Taylor ut Stanford, when 500 Is u big estimate. Tho speciul Is duo this utternoon und those who havo euough intellect to appreciate the dif ference will see how sharply the lino between a gentleman und u jackass Is drawn, when they compare tho efforts ol (jov Uradley und tho man with tbo hogjaw. Lou-IsvllBradloy-Worthlngton kplALBBMUinEAR FRED KAUFFMANN'S TAILOR MADE SUITS. lit Kiiaranteeil Wo solicit a Bhuru of your patronage. JOHN P. JONBS. Florida? Havana A e, d, (iO-o- The court of ap-- ( peal merrtiled Judfo Hod(,'o' opinion irranttnt; tho Urownle tho rli;hl of an inspector at tho poll. ... N'oriCK. Pay your city taxe to L It. nui-hc- . After Nov. 1st. o percent w II bo added und collection enloieed. O. J. Nowlaud, city marshal, I.vsi'KOTOits. No MlKt,uMT' VU'a. MAVANAJ," t --- . rVtiTAWAi -- T J n, bulletin from ull State, whore election will be hold, will bo received in thu usouj;cr dooi Tuc day nlRht. A small udmlsmoii feu will bo churned. Tho telegraph company wunied W0 for running a loop In tho Opcru House, KI.KCTION il . .. UWIU a Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Queen und Crescent und connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The 1 rain Sen Ice Is per feet In detail. Past schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to - ifav. 4 llavnni. kittle . vfcc M k ....f .. , - "ifr"'i'ili"lnii',dt"'i-- " "i Jli '' ijta"T'is"' L'ft ' Noe. 1 and I do not Hop. ther than Junction City Aunt Susan Reynold! Is very low with a complication of diseases. Every hnuso In and around our lltllo e at Stanford at Entered in the burgh It now occupied and others will tecond-cla- t mailer. build In tho near futuro. M. P. Elkln organized a Toot of the Knights of Maccabees hero last week, and wo eo no cause why It will not do $1 woll, as all eood orders do. And still anothor saw mill. P. M. - Winn sat sopsidffi3.CO will t charted ,rVest will moyo his mill down near M. G. Reynolds' to saw for T. J. Christian I Si Co. There Is a saw mill at almost every cross roads now. N'oxt Tuesday the battlo of tho ballots will have to bo fought and every KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. democrat should sco to It that his mark Is placed under tho rooster, which No. 5 Arrrlreeat Stanford at 1.0S A. K. counts ono for Mr. North and tho wholo S.IO t No. 4 Irce Stanford DAT. N.J1 Arrises at ltowlandat 12.00 r. H. democratic ticket and against trusts 2.S0 No. 23 learea Stanford t and plutocracy. We aro In full shape KNOXVILLE DIVISION. for tho battle and wo bellovo that old 11 5. in i m Wavncsburg Is still jrolnu toprovo her No. 1 Train colng North 41 .... 2 M a m self tho banner democrat precinct In ". " o.M " a " South .... e. 5 " . ..WSlpiu the county. For allirolnts. Waynesburg Is truly on a boom. Sbo has now two saw mills, two blacksmith K010U TICKETS 801.1). HAOOAOE CHECKED TI1KUUOI1. shops, a hoop polo factory, stava buck-c- r For any Information enquire ol and many other enterprises. Timber JOE S. RICE, Agent, of ull kinds is being hauled In and 8unford, Kj. Bhlpped from here at a rato novcr fBANKFORT AID CIMCIHNATI. dreamed of. Besides Mr. R. D. goods Frankfort at 7 a.m. ndS:i)P. M., Padgett has again gono Into tho Trains Irate A and nntlnit at Oeonjetown with Q. h. C. Ust.reach-la- business here, having bought of Dlshon Parte an.IJ.10r. FarisalS.tOA. n M . conneetlne at att:15A. u andS.Wrreaching Frankfort at 9 15 & Reynolds their stock of nice, new with Q A C, and goods, which tbey had been handling a. . andT.lo rsVn R sEwT02f A Q p A about thrco weeks. Mr. Padgett looks at homo behind tho counters and he, QUEEN & CRESCENT. with tho splendid slock of all now Jction City as follows Trains pa goods, together with Gooch & Son with 4 11 p m p in No. 2 North No. I South ....12 a now supply of goods, aro making .UNf m "4 " ..S4$ai Net IMpm trndo qulto lively In our town. lltMara " 4 " tTo.5 " oCOam . 8 05 p to "10 " 9.t fott-ojjic- THEINTEKlO RJOURNAL k WAYNCSUUKQ. PER YE ARC ASH Ono of the cruisers bought of tlis Armstrongs In England was to have been completed for tho United States nnvy In April last, but Is now advanced only ST per cent. Though tlicro Is perhaps no great rush for tho completion Of tho vessel, tho Incident Is another reminder that our own shipbuilders, like our locomotive makers nnd brldgo builders, arc tho best nud most expeditious In tho world. A Montreal FOR SALEM two snd Ihtew year A LOST BTJBER ! old.tnnl., now ready (r niatart. 2ii I WI end MnWlirnlsof Corn. Hay. Ton Hales of Si) Tom Closer lly In lUrn. f. J. II. OWMXY, at Unroln O), Nat. llank. Head of Hid Hull !.) tnund Cattle feeders. weUM Ull hhorthornand Hertford); ller left wy Hleer, which I IhlnV Is re-l- , almut three weeks aai. Will weigh stnnl M) IK Inf.irmsiloa leading In his renitery Ihaskfullr John C I'spples, lljwl.n.t, Ky. l'lf J. MULCHHY. ffprrsontntlroof Special Small Farm For Rent. Twenty CRUDER, HUflOEUL Merchant Tailors, it; Wratflh Uliiclnnntl, (., Will display 8a tuple nt tlir U & CO, Street, .ilSi'F.i!)tOX... In rHntiford on ilia 21th of K.icli Mniith A err of 3't miles North rf Stan-fitri- l, good house of sis nniu, splentlld cUtem at All (rurmenl fitted on. work. A d(H,r oiilhouwv Incltiiflng hnrn Apple orrhsrd I nn ImiMM.IIillttv wttli tdl mt'tli-- l of andan abundsne of other (rult iniYl acres to misfit doing Uall nml rtitmlnn IMest .Slsn-for- d (Villon J M MclUibere whe-- t. at itolil SI or write lne at llnlliead Urn 1. Milton-Rat- s Hitinnte Kail and Winter, l0t-IUO- Asnt.li Hotel lnd liuslne. .raMflll WKSS mm .12 paper returns nn advertisement to nn Albany firm with tho remark that "wo do not publish any XIt DorilLKSTANDAUD I'OLLF.I) Iiril-HAndvortlscmcnts having for object the emigration of our people to tho United To close our p.trtncrsblp wo will atl on States." This Is perhaps prudent Should the stream of Canadians comTUESDAY, NOV. 14th. '99, ing this way be greatly augmented the Ourrntlrulierd f phortliorna 10 fonmlea Domliilon would bo depopulated. nnd IU mnlt'. Tliey r. Young Mm. Ko' ot glutton. Klr.loTlnRton. f"nciiut mm 100 Wt will lo sell Tho Mexican government offered to Heifers, tirvil to rfils- give President Dlax $100,000 with Cliolco. be terrd liulla Sale will mn nt fnulconcr' Qk.a.1. in.i.l....! which to havo n gooc time, and ho re- I nt lJnYUx'W. mom. Wrltn for I' ..! fused It. Dlax evidently would not bo llltlllA- - MM.AKH. catnloRUi' DuiiTllle, Ky. n fit man to put on nn American legislative Junketing committee. Illgli-Unid- n Sale ol snortnorns WA-iTarEi- D J. T. SUTTON, Hmtonville, llldvaof nil kind, tVipr, lira. Iron and OSrs hlsserrlce to the people ofWest MlcnU Hone. Also will IkM ii Hie market for wool and Casey counties. Full stock of Colansand Cask, fro me tid got my price ticfora aelllng, nnd tsalwsrson hand D. rt. Carpeuler, Uansirt. get spot cash, tall at my lipmlqunrtvn nt J. tlln.tiurg. ltackct Store It. IU)ltlN()N And willing to tuiy top price In cash for Chickens, Kgrpi, rVmlierii, Duck. Oeer, TurkeT. OlnxMig, Vellow Hoot, Her Wax, Undertnlcor, - Kentucky JOHN C. PEPPLKS Is acaodldato for Jailer of Lincoln County aubjtx'l to the nctlou nt the democratic par ty. Vouruprt Is ollclteHl, R. A. JONES, DENTIST, i..i. f.l-t- DINK FARMER I it cnndldato for Jnller aultject to tlin action of tho democratic pirlr He solicit your support ETnaiw Hluurord Ky. bo-fo- ro x (leorge-saw- 9 and 10 run no fur- HUBBLE. brain or spinal trouble. Rev. R. E. Moss, of Tennessee, will preach at tho Christian church hero In IRK, lis had practically anunlnterruptedesltt. Sunday morning and night. Judd House and tho pretty daughter, oneafor 41 years II Is better supplied now wltl of Kd Austin, were jolnod In matrimony business promptly and facilities for transacting in Danville Tuesday afternoon in the than srer before In Its long land honoraMt presences of a number of their friends.! Davo White Jc Wm. Uland sold 100 career. Accounts ol IndlsllMli, rMuclarIs,nrin bdrrcls of corn to lien Hudson at $1 80 and tnilrlduals solicited. delivered. L. C. King sold his aged mntcToas. J. W. Hayden, Stanford mulus,wblch ho was preparing for tho; K. Eeid, Lincoln Co.i Southorn market to D. C. Tcrbuno at S. II. Baughman, " S. T. Uarrls, " $05, to bo taken at onco. T.F. Hill, J.S.Uocker, " ' W. A. Trlbble, W.t. Walton " MUVereon J. MlUer, J.UJCoMer.Crabrch'd ZTi U. D.Elmore. Stanford. T? orncaas. " jr. S. Ilxker, President; J. J. Jlcltoberts, Cashier. ! A A.McKlnney AnUtsnt rvMer. Stanford In 1W3, then reorganised as the National Bank ofStantord In 1845 andagiln srgsalsjl si the First Nuloml Ilsnk'o( SUnforJ Thomas Oourno sold somo corn to NATIONAL BANK Aaron Ball nt 91.75 in tho Held. Mr. Hud Langston's family have OF STANFOUD. KY. moved to Newport, whero he has a job Capital SUik S1GO.C00. Surplus, $17,633 El with tho L. k N. R. R. Fred IIozc, a colored man living hero, This Institution originally established as the died suddenly Monday morning of FIRST I I The Mr. Shelton, of Laurel county, and Miss Martha Tyree were married last week. A small crowd camo to bear Taylor, on bis special train. Let every demo- -i caat bo nt his post from now until tho polls aro closed next Tuesday. You may expect a good voto in our county. rrrrMrs. Marlon Hutchesoo, of London, Is limited. Is visiting friends hero. Mrs. J. One can readily Imagine tho Prince and Mrs. Josh Dunn and daugh" of Wales waiting with more than ort3r have been to Garrard county on a dinary Interest for tho appearance of visit. J. EI. Williams and T C. John- Mrs. Laugtry's forthcoming reminisson aro building a houso for R. S. Mar-tl- u cences. Quito naturally ho will want at Junction City. Mrs. Farmer, to know how reminiscent sho will bo. from Shepherdsvlllc, has returned I homo. She was hero to seo her son, J. B. Farmer, our L. k N. agent. Mr. Thoa. Cherry Is building a nice cottage on Silver street. Mr. W. Welsh, Pino Hill coal comptny, was hero a few days since and bought two mules and a cow from J. H. Als done wi'h absolute accuracy in our bright, soma mlllstulT from tho Roller IMUJSOHIITIOV DEPARTMENT Miller Co., and sold somo coal. Ho is KgssEgsajsjPBrasijaEaBaBUKasBYKsjaB i of all drug? used is of a a hustler "from way back," and the quality very high graJo. Do you get up wan a m SPAIN'S (lltKATUSr JJKKD. The pliykiciait's muxes in the treatheadache? f I vrii. I.. u Un.l.. ' I . . Iltl.l. ..Ml...ln. t?,aiM, ........1. 1.1. iiiiriuii. nerres bad uui .11 Is there a bad taste in W esuwL ment of difficult caes i$ depcudent on tlie winters at Aiken, S C U'eik severe On liatkof your mouth? purity and frualinea of,;the drus. Havo i:itilifains in theAmerlca'a his head. Mood utlni greatest Hitters, and Then you have a poor l)i3 orders tilled hero and the;',rcsult will NrrI!eiinly, all pa In soon left him II- - says appetite and a weak digesthlsgraud medkiue is what his country need. All You ere frequently America knows that It cures lirer and kidney be highly satisfactory. tion. purities tho blood, tones up the stomach dizzy, always feel dull and Coaie tu rJco U. streujthens the nerres, puts tIiu. Tltfur aod new You have cold drowsy. llfuluvtierery muitle, tier vm and organ ol the body, f hands and feet. You get I(vk. tirrdor4lIlua ruu need It Kierv holile KUranteil,ouly Mtents Mold by t'euay, Pru-- , but little benefit from your food. You hse no ambition to vtork and the sharp pains There tat down to a tublo reeentlv of neuralgia dart through four inotherg. two nnn rn..it. your body. grandmu, ono grandpa, two uncles, l What is the cause of nil this trouble? ooti great undo, two brothers, ono sisConstipated bowels. ter, ono nclce, two grout nclcos, one m-great nepbow, ono cousin, two second nnil.lnj nn.l IU nil limn. .....ua aI.. hIx I wumo.uc, uuu In Ull IIIUIU nuv UU1V grown people and four children, Can you cxpluln It? ;. BRODHEAD. .. The University of Texas owns something over 3,000 square miles of laud. lr As that state Is developing quite nn oil- rotntitiml MaJtrr J.'rVllle. lrr.l.tere.r.nd "JJ? IVtrj. field the university may yet become as t..ded l,y Ih. Iutre.1dam Hull. lire and il7 of Mr. Ur,a lonlon "T'll richly endowed as Uockcfeller's Cblct-C- mvi two ""?? herd at lb. World". I'slr col lego. . t ...'a iMiiiai vim I'T'1 .. imiTn. - iniTBsInaaml llurk "lrr-- Irjiil the fiafJ,Siulh.lownfbrtp, iw-at a.' It Is related that Proitemor Agnsslz, EftST. l..ll..l.t....nr ...! anil 1 Cuu.. In ,rcspouso to n request to lecturo for a and sew o, writ, lor -- 'mcrinM. ..''Un,4rili Ky. very knndsomo fee, declined, replying, "I am too busy to mako money." Such pcoplo havo uot yet died out. The French explorer Merchant Is of the same kind. Asked to lecturo by nn SPRING HILL STOCK FARM American, ho declines a munificent oftor.SAi.r. fer. "My wants nio few," ho says, nnd tie odds that If ho could 'lecturo he irnotauMfritaUU. w.wlllll totk. Idthe.t would glvo all 0)0 money ho earned to Mdder ou beneflccncc. Then thero Is General Wednesday, Nov. X5U1. Leonard Wood, who, though offered In 1WI county many times nioro than tho amount of tlurfarut. ljlnlulle. from Man feed 4 mile from l'UI naortltea'mVs his salary as governor general of San- Manfor.1 Turnpike. al. 4 lullr. Iroiu JunflkmCA The '",,.1.w?"1,0'': on ip.l turnpike tiago to accept a position with a big ty rich and prtjurtlt. nd of 'are New York corporation, turned n deaf ,sptI.T nfty jears.our ; ear to the call of business and capital, W,n catll. prcfcrlng rather, at a great financial asceil In hVt. Jonttuuelhe Mtu. Uhl sacrifice, to answer the call of duty. hr,7..r.d no '""'Vtu.oeV.' a; tb land, and Its There aro other such earnest and self uowallln8ras.eic.pl aWut nacre. thre lrna one Tho luiprotemenis sacrificing men In tho world, but thero wlhacaiirilyk.rlJ'i consUlcdfdln ratlle, and headol feed cutler. is room for many more. with supplied and AeV. h. others si. fcr hor to the consenlence of lb. them Tn7rV.'."hr." tenant h..w.l-o- if 2 Iludyard Kipling remarks that he SIj the Ihlrvl.a c.itae. built lTucksiden hss four room., .l.lern, Kt once thought ho was born to bo an ac- itabfe for I, and other outbultdln.., and can dwellinx Is a Th. tor. That hi the feeling which creeps bilck, ccntalntnt II i.Tl. yll t'ulll Into tho hearts of a good many people roo..ntry itnnn. and kitchen, supplte.1 supply two I ot snd Aid water Irom un&llln In their callow youth, but the trouble -. balls. le.oeot under -- bol. MmIs that lots of them get on tho stngc lamVfl IIHISI1I.V. I ". lit MM, i,.. !.. wlnlaf The hoc cost before they And out that they wero Ind h...r-.ja.pt.odldretlr It I. S cultlraV uple and anionhome, mistaken, and then It Is too late. In- lllhfn four mile, a th. educa l.nal ad.aotsxes ol ., deed many supposedly born actors, llko the educational renireu. n.-."b,H sere, onlslnlna Ih. Iioprosen.eut.,and many born poets, never reallzo their wirsMe. uV,nf .""?! ttelMscrcljIng al-r- u.iilloiinl. Itajwrtd mistake, though the public Is painfully honw laid one of li. n. er sepsrst.ly, acrdtn to Ih. conscious of It. Implement. tri?rwm".,.l,ir:.ur Us. stock and JJjckj, J . 11 Sojsr Mi.les.lo head oth.r .rnnrn an in It Is suggested that the ultimatums of 4 iJS wllfli" flerii 3II not sold twlww. . about . w V, J Colonial Secretary Chamberlain and InthitraJ orthorn Helfci. sll 1'txd to Uetfl.lcr l Ck..elliAnt liiltlsl President Kruger, properly classified In ph.1 con- A Mi sukk olisrmiDi; JIMClland labeled, would bo nn Interesting dltlon IncludleaS Vs.nns 2 of them ....,...-mostn.Wsion., and I Mars.1 a.ru.nn. a I bsiuploo. exhibit at the Paris exposition. The ell and Hinders, a Heetlnn Alwacoiuplel. ,A trouble Is that space nt the great fair Culllsators, tilers. Ac coOil.liDI of IViUto llsn- lfor mstket aardener, W!J!XZ!"El3kiElZ wt-r. -- FOR SALE. ... o " .... J'l A. S. PRICE, Sargeon Dentiit, - Stanford, OfflcTe KyXwgyy llnllilloi. N mwmL MISS EVELYN TAKDIF, The SoamstroBB. I'laln nnd Kashlonnhle SewlnR. Cutting and Water Work. l r'lttttiK a !Hltlty UcKotwrts' Pruj hloi. In lb. Owsley W S. BBAZLBY, D. ). S., LiiucuMtcr, Ky. Teoth Extracted Without Pain With I OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTIil). lar ddrraa t3 I would like lo take options on rood farina In Lincoln Count). Tor terms nt.il particuW.M. Vltallud Air. Physician In attend-auc- Ofllco In th New ThomMin Ituilritti jr. ( I.AMKlliAt'. FRITH HOTEL. T. FHAKSISCO, KrlRer. Ky. rr:jrlot:r TREES.TREES ..vru, lelfi'bun. JTv. AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. llesl Hotel n the mountain., rate, eon.l lere.1. Porters imwt all trains. PiwcUl alleallon lo Iras- .Unit meu. Th. Hlu. Hrass Nurviles oiler eeersthlnf for orthsrtl, Iswu sod itrdro. lull stock ol fruit and John II. Uati.cma, AiithuiiO. I.amuiiaw ornaiu.alal tree arsw, .mill frull., HllLCKI.MIItalC OaaTI.KUaX. shrutw and .lerylhlni kept lu such an iuWU rata menu W. employ no .rent. Irrlptl II. 1'. Hn.LkaMk1i.il Iwueonapplirailou to !' lslMtou, Ky. ROYAL "'""'!''; LIVERY, FEED AND BALE STABLE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY jor aale at all time. Horses and Mule constantly on hand and B. G. FOX, nSTSURANOE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Largest 11 re Insurance) Company World. lu the M-tl- DR. R. COLDSTGIN, Barbee & Castleman, Of So. &H Fuurth Ait., L.oulHvlUc, - Kentucky, Will U ut the Mon- Managers Southern Department. Orncral Officer. Columbia llulldlng, ImiuIs(30) Issllle. Ky. - St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, day, Nov. 6tb, Eyes isipi. itrturiiiny on tf.iy in (ich uianth. - Eiialcci Jii Olutti Aijcttei. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL LouIhvIUc, Ky., Ths tnoit centrally located and only Cslaatlfisally out-Il- PII5ST-CLAS- S tsr. lluws, sn, Ac AUutTu acres of fVro, aud II not sold before, alwut 2.0 lles of llsy. Terms los.lt known ot usy 01 raie. Ssletlu. at V o'clock. ,y, , BEHZLEY Splendid Accommodations, L.IOSO so l.eioi aim 42 HOTEL, Hotel In tho city ruaklng a L.MK W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., fOBAB 0R0HARD.:KENTU0KY. Ultra llensonnble. I'lno Water. One block from the principal shopping district and two block frout tho three S2. BATE. RACKET STORL ! ruipuur ...'ii. principal theatre. Street cant paM the door to all ptrts o tho City. Krerythlng neat and clean. Compounding Medicines. ol TriliousT We wish to announco to the ptildic 'of Stanfoid and sutroiimling country lhat we haru put in a lull hue of I AM THAITKFTJT, nnd prompt payment and hou will continue us I have a And we nro still In tlie lend nnd alwa)a will they lie Willi low price, un I'ry liood. Notions. PirHt-CltiM- N I'lotlilug thiiti ever to do Aud am better prep-irework for theiu. I.vlle' uud Oetil' furnishing OoihU. leWe eull terjtliln;liiourlliiu nt rewll for Ky. H. CREER, than omu inercliint enn buy wholesale Wo do not take l.ljf .pace In tho piper, nnd to a.htrtlsc like other do nud innUo think that thuy DRY GOODS & NOTIONS To all of my customer for their HU'rul PIBE, Horse Sliocr, LIFE O Sg Boots. Shoos, Hats; Caps, AOCIDEHT INSURANCE. Omy the U'st couipanlui represented. I iiitiirk'a solicited. 12. it. II. MAIIONY, Ari., Stanford. J. Stanford. troll-Id- e, they little, but Uud 11 us linn uud m u we we liiivo h'.e Inihicement. nndjou wllllluil ww will do Just what mtwrtliu Itaektt Morel lelulm to do. Henu 'theoulv cheap store In Staliforil. Viium I Hut whun they come to their store HKLL ClUliAl' different. Wo udtrtl.o price. Tllf. t Mason Hotel MILS. U. D.HIMI'SON, l'rof.. Penny's Drug Store. s. for lowest KAOKET STOItlU Y . Newly furnished; clean beds; aplcudsd I'ortera tablo. Everything Hi) meat all trains. tirgt-clas- a. IiucaHtcr, : Kentucky. soutnern Railway tiii: III 5 ' Just Likea Mill. the Southern Uutual InTsstm&ni Compiny II 'Q i : d C.HK8T I'KNKrUATIW SYSTEM TIIK CAOLE, KIM) Of ALU UlllOS, I noted for Ita keen algtit, cleur nnd distinct vision. Bo aro Ilium poroiM who Uso Sutherland' DigloEyo Salvo for weuk cjta nt)e, fcoroe.eaof uuy kind or granulated lids. Sold ut Tunny's DruK Storu, Ay jx.cciiAy TlIANKSaiVINO HOLIUAYS, 1800. Greatly reduced rates via tho C. II. fc D. Uy. Tlckcu bold on Nov. 20th and :0th, limited to Deo. 1st for roturn Ask our nearest C. II. & D. agent for lull particulars regarding tho tlmo of trains aud rates. LUt.0 lllltlTATIOM, PILLS will give you prompt relief tr$ Boolf. Ky. Vou take jour Wheat uml Corn lo Morris Of Kred'a tUcliaiiEu In Will. DaUKhertj'a thou Hour uuu i, Kiiinf.iril uud ret In excliuico Meal, bhlp-stut- r, Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. .Meal. Vou can also huy flour, llran. ChleUcn Kied. Ac. eheaper at A trial my place than any where lu town W P47 Whllo Yculllve. Is all I ask. I beflevo my exchange will be u cood thing for farmers uud I pledge llhor-a- l Old Lies Cem;anlet Fay Whtn Yea Die. wely,ht. My good traduction nnd full come from ImdUorar". Ilx Hlver lljjIUr MOUUI8 I Itl.H. Orer tlSO.MS) paid lu Mr In twusflta. Mill and are lir.t-elaaOrer Su.',.VX) Itewn audi Burpl Telephoue No. ti. liaUNIX WLWUI.N. IKil Agent, SMITH HUMAN. Swy , bl.nfuld. Ky l!iluttou, Ky, Loxington, EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Tenncw.ee, Vlrulula, OcorKla JSorlh aud South Oarollnu, Alabama, Mississippi. Through Sleeping Gars lletween Iiulsrlllo and the South. Lincoln County National Bank. TIIKlii: DAILY TRAINS Kach way between Louisville and Lexlugtou , W. A. TUItK, Capital Iilock,!tl00,000. to The Ksnucrs Il.uk & Trust Company 6uw,r uuder same luanaeiuent coutluu- aud ously lor Tt Vears. "))OsWMsiaMUaewiMg(G O. I'. A.. MssuiaxujUi if. v. W. II TAVLOK, A. O. P. A. Ky If you have neglected your case a long time, you bad better take AlKP'S Swf StHflrH also. It will remove all Impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. e ana certain cure. Yww Tour Blood farm. Solioits Your Bank IiOT7It3VIZZiX Aooount, Hoi'loit such business rclatlona will H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, Kv., In MecelviuK hlu Sprliig & Mutuiuer Goodft Good. Warranted. ' vil Uuarantecd. Give Him a Call , U thu forerunner to consumption Dr. Dell's will cure It. uud give such striugtli to the luuira that u rouifb or u cold will not settlo there. Twent 11 u henellilal aud pleasant. MltECTOHS' pror. mutual-l- y x'utsut I'cuuy'a Drugstore. Tho Filipinos aro treating tholr Sum. prisooore with treat cruelty with tho hope ot compolllDi! Koala to recou. olzo the iudoponduoco of tho Philip J.J.J.WUllsus. 8r., b. 0.ley, Trains Murnlug and Krenlng from Ion Station, 10th and liroadway. rasBCUKer OSZOAGO. The Merchant Tailor, Uu And Dcalw la KY. lib STANFORD, pine. Tho American prisoners are being woll cared for, Tbsr. may m sviueUi!nf about Tuur case luu do itut uull. uud.r- stand. Writ tb. doctor liesly 111 him how you al. suOsrlnjc. You will uroiuotlv receive test tndkal adils. Address, Dr. J. Ay.r, Low.U, Mas. f William (liMxh. A, W. Csrpenler, W. Il.bumulns. J. E. Lynn, b. II. Ahsnks J. V. desiring Information and rate to Wisconsin, Mlnueitota. Nebraska and points in the far Weal, Including should address IS. J. Cash. Owsley. Frank OFFICEIWi . II, Shanks. I'lealdeol! J.U.Owslsy.Casbl.r! J. Kted, a tl. ?X;&t:hM. Agt. W.U.llrUat,AMt. ashler. W. 11. McUoel, Vlce.I'res. & (Jon. MKr Charles II, Rockwell Traffic Mgi rf-J!i- i! i .ju.