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Llndn Morun, daughter of Dan Morim, u( Laurel, died Juturduy. A l Mnnehctor, l)an I'urker u of tho murder of A. C. Turner. Archibald Orny, one of Iho oldest aud iiio' prominent cltlruna of tho Vct F.nd cif Hoylo, l dead. Mill A. Moore, n republican leader iind twice sheriff of Whitley countv, died of ii complication of diaeitsu Friday. Arthur Alton, win of J. II. Alluo, formerly of McKlnney. wn-- t thrown from a horo nt Somerset ami badly hurt. A. J. Thiirpu. of F.sllll, Ml i Just received are tho Newest Tilings Out MosesMBrtzdled at XoblcBvllle, O., aged ').'!. A reraarkublo coincidence in Ills career was that ho nnd his trln brother mnrrlrd twlrr sisters, and two :i. pairs of twins were liorn to each couple- E. T. Frunks und Miss Janot Urodle will cd Dec. 10. tie Is tho Internal & Co . L. ISO. Uevenuo Collector for the Second Keno jlio is the daughter tucky District, and of Uobert Drodio, a wealthy tobaucon-1s- t. JudgoJ. M. Harnett, of l'ulaekl, burn-e- d Franks Is tho follow, who In his l'rnl .1. II. I'.iileiviin li.ii cngageit that uttend. together with a lot of feed, four ! If the reporu of the Mormon officials campaign for tho republican ticket, Splliiimn ltlggs to luoturo iittho courl-houlionet nnd a lot of machlucry. aro to bo accepted at their fuco value, always replied to an Interruption: 0 on Tuer-diiulght, Nov. H, on Of All Kinds For At Old Salem church, Laurel county, "TheFuunySldeof Life." Tho prcs Mormonlsm is making sumo hendway "Look out the L. ,t X.'ll get you." Sunday, Hen Link cut and fatally und gaining n foothold In States wheru A double golden wedding was d wounded Fred McCurty. Onu of Link' rpcaks highly of him, whereier he has heretofore, It has been unknown. EsIn tho Hagdad neighborhood of lectured, and ho lias but few equals asa car wua cut nearly olT In tho dllllonltv. You should uiuembcr that my store is lieauiiuarlers for humorist. Meglbben Kimbrough, h pecially Is this to In the Central Wes- Shelby county. Tho couples were Dirk kulvc wore tho weapon ued famous planlkt, will uppoar with him, tern States. Last year they made 275 Thomas Kcslcr und wife and James D.iugtierty, n colored orator una mo J. Dry Goods, evening will bu hciit In the converts in Indiana and 2M In Illinois. Johnson nnd wife. Hoth were married from Nlebolinvllle, who has been mak- enjoyment of fun and Vet the Mormonlsm that has spread the same day nnd by tho fame minismutdc Admis a that ho ing democratic speeches, sion only.1 conti, reserved seats CO through then- Slates is n faith In which ter. Many of their children, grandand one wu held up by two Negroc polygamy plays an unimportant part children and greatgrandchildren were &c. cents. white man, thrco mile, from Hurrod-burFor Mivcrul duys there has been n It Is only after the converts uro made, prrent. him. nnd that onu of them holnl Miss Mary Vnrnon has received Invideurlh of local hapM!ulngs, of any Im and their removal to Utah brought tic returned tho lire and hit ussallanta portanco, and I congrululato tho INTK- - about, that this otfonslvo part of the tation to tho marriage of Miss Eliza 8 lied. business (lnds strong advocacy. KIOK JouitNAI. und the public general Hnwland Hoyd ui Mr. J. B. Ware, all Judge W L llrown ha gono today lv on not being bored by of St. Louis. The brldo'n mother was a long loiter county to tako charge of iho court und from me. Tho saying, KUS3KL.IS COMF.IHANS Miss Hnlllo Francis nnd lived in this there Is Judgo Parker having decid- nlwajs ii culm before u that Is feud ciifua, storm, true In TO AiTKAIt AT WALTON'S Ol'KltA county n long time. Sho married Mr. I ed that ho Is tho lawful Judge' li Wrn. Hoyd and they went to St. Louis this can us tho storm of ballots comes HOl'SK, .NOV. 0. reported thai Special Judge Lyttln M on Tuesday. There Is talk of trouble STANFORD, KY. Kuril's comedians drew a remark to live, whero Mr. Hoyd was for many bunoh In favor of hero, rcfuu to vacate tho but It Is hoped that it will end In able line house last evening. Tho mot years president of tho board of trade. William Shelton, President. contort talk. Tho day of Drown, n the F.vcntolo-Mrow- n reckoning Is ut hand exacting found homethlng excellent In Primary, I'repiralory, Atrulemic tn Oolla,'hte Djputmonts, Vhnic, Art, Klocu Lexington shipped for tho Judgefhlp I" pending In thu und, when ll hus patsod, I Inslnl that every number of tho program. One beer to Newport Xcws 1,800 bottles of on und and Physical Culture 3lst year begins Sept. 4th Send fur catalogue to court of nppci.ls. to be used on the bitter feelings, which have been who attends the performance of this MRS. NAXXIK S. SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. Mm. Houy Taliaferro Ilecknor died engendered, pass away and thill feel company expecting to bear tho best the battle ship, Kentucky, when she aged fl of mukes her trial trip. at Winchester ings of kindness und brotherly love bu vaudeville and nothing ulso will not be vuur. Sho wit the wlfo of ex ConLun Llghtfoot, a Georgetown Xojro, ubstltut-for them. disappointed, for there is u remarkable gressman V. M. Heckocrand was conTho largo crowd, which cumo out to amount of ability among tho perform shot bl.s sweetheurt, Mary Mitchell, nected with thu oldest and beat families heur Gov. Hradluy speak last Friday, ers. Hastier t balancing was of the three times and falling to kill her, bo of Central Kontuuky. She was regent evinced tho high esteem In which ho is highest class. Mczior and Con ley, In thon cut her throat from ear to car. of thu local chapter of thu Daughters held by his old neighbors and friends. eccentric comedy and buck dancing, Jealousy was tho cause. of tho American Uovolullon and wuh Tho court-hous- e was literally pucked were very good. Leonzo, tho juggler, At Oatsvlile, Ind., John WlUon shot prominent In tho Daughters of this I with men, women and children of bo'h did eomo uow things. Tho contortion nnd killed his brother, William WilConfederacy. Sho loaves lx children rnces. oung ladle, luchurgoof Mrs. ist, wio oroincrs .ena, t'nrcntcllo and son. He was shooting at nnother man Lucien Heckner, of Danville, being ono HcHo Hurnslde, tang "Tho Kcd White I'Ico, as tlie frog und the yellow kid, with whom ho had quarreled, aud tho of them, who married Miss Mnrlo nnd Hluo Forever," und tho upplauso wero also good. Lillian Fletcher sung brother was struck by a stray bullet. Warren. and shouting us almost continuous. and danced prettily. Herryand Hughes Tho gold output of tho Crlpplo young wife of Ho gave an Mrs. Jennlo Green, tho accoint of his stownidshlp are (in unequalled pair of musical com- Creek district In October was 82,001,-00Chester Greon, a bartender at and showed how his party had managed edians. The Irish comedy duet by This is the first month's productho during u lit of jeulousy, hot tho finances of the Stato in tho Interest Pattens, John and Eunice, made u tion that has exceeded $2,000,000. It Is wife of and probably fatuity wounded tho tho people. Ho showed that It re- greut hit, John playing single, double estimated that tho total of tho year Full Crctitn Cheese, Maccaroni, Apple Butter nnd of J. M. Holts, clerk ut tho Hotel Nich mained for a republican governor to und triple tongue and cornet solos on a will not full Honey. short of $18,000,000. olas, ul tho homo of Mrs. Holts, who esiaonsu a nouso or rerorm to savo largo Sole agents for Chase Sanborn's Celebrated Coftuba. Tho caku walk of In an opinion by Judgo White, tho runs ii boarding houeo whero Mr. and children from tho dUgroco of tho penitho St, Clulr sisters was enthusiasticalapellato court hold that there Is no fee. .Try onrCI'unax Lard, best in town. Mrs. Green formerly boarded. Ono tentiary und to clevuto and educuto ly upplutided. Tho performance is provision In tho Kentucky statutes alcompletely penetrated tho tiody of them; thut tho Kentucky ball Phone Xo. 10 for any of above. monument, In the slngo setting udmlrable lowing n county tchool superintendent thu victim near thu heart. Mrs. Green honor of tho dead of both tho blue and und the eo tunica satisfactory. Tho to rcuove a trustee of a grudert was formerly a Miss Gentry of I'uyolto tho gray, wus free erected by ii republican uppluusu Indicated thut tho uudlcnco school, and that he cannot do so. county, nnd Is said to bo of uu excel- administration, nnd that It tho only greatly enjoyed tho evening. Tho or- lent fuintly. Gen. McArthur's division has taken oao of the kind known In history. He chestru deserves especial mention for Mulugalang, it killing 11 Filipinos, opixined tho McChord bill and tho Goo-b- Its excollenco. tS'Try Giape Nuts. You will like It Tho overtures wero Tho polygumuus Sultan of Hulu has u Election law, In the strongest wurmly applauded. Hlmlra. N. Y., wounding 128 nnd capturing 58. The harem nnd u purveyor for it. Tho force under Maj. O'Hricn killed 40 President's Military Governor In thu terms, und said that iho man who would Morulng Advertiser. men. wounded many and took 28 prls. teal a vote Is worne thun n murderer. Philippine hai ngreed thultho United JfSTCAt'flKFoit LUNACY. A con oners. Klcven Americana were wound States will pay out of Its treasury tho It wus thu ablest npeeeh that has been ed of this pimp and paudurur of tho made here by u republican. f,t. Gov. tributor to the Fort Knglund Mirror, ii talury Wellington, Mu J. A. T. Wood und paper conducted by lunatics, gives this Tho new city hospital buildings ut That combines beauty and Sultan. Forty dollurs u mouth w'll bo Owcnsboro, will bo dedicated on comfort with convenience, is paid for tho Important service thus Cupt. Throckmorton followed In short explanation of bis dotenslou In the It) Thanksgiving day. Nov.:110. Dr. L. S. one of our well mode, caty rid-l- i' good siweehes, favorlug Gov. Hradluy for slitutlun where his cla?s in confined: rendered to "our gruui und and elesanti Surreys. It is MoMurtry, of Louisville, will mako tho the I', S Sennto, If a republican "I met a young widow with u growu dedicatory address, iiiificpllid fur workmanship, friend," thu Sultan of Stilu. What dipt. W, T. Kills is elected, which will miver und tho widow married durability und comfort, nnd will will thu decent people of tho Untied will deliver an address on "Fhjslcians occur. Hive inoiu Mtiafactlou fo' me. Then my father who was a wid States say to this? nnd Nurses." family life lhau other ower, mot my uud mur- PKAIMis C.l.VMlT UK Cl ui n An L. A N. fast train rim Into a Hindu Wo nre sellinjc Edward Grafo. foreman of :i tirlntlucr llf loct 'lli'tllnus them Cheap and Fast. raiinot r.. street oar ui thu llh Ave, utoaing, iwawil rlluii nfiLxvir 1 luir only Ii tl.i(. ried hur. Thai made my wife the ofllco at Cincinnati, was shot four times him. way motlior-l- n law of her father-I- n law, LuuUvillo, wrecking it uud injuring InrurailmliirM mil Hut U by raiiailliiiloual rw & B K. olln. Ivriimila my mother und fatally wounded on tho stieet by ulno people. Marshall Smith, tho lluu uflhe iiiuk.u. chuhI hi an I InHauml lumll uud Hindu my liullii: rili lUlaibiililulM. und my Ojip. w twu IbU tulm UIiifl.iiue.1 rou father my step-soThen my .Mauilu Ketlng, dauirhtor of Caul. Ko Stanford, Ky. riiuiljl,. Iiih . .. . inulorimin, was thu most ierlously In- .....n.l... tiR-(- ..r.. t t .. .. pwum, w. nraiiuii, bihj - iifu ii lariiiirclr of my ting, of thu lire department. She Is thu ilMlluwa Ulhii n.ult.an.l uiim lliolii. step mother, tho jured, uud may die. It is duu to ills i on i an. till, lulw mliirr.1 wife, had u sou. Thai boy wiis,of course, mother ol n live months old babc,whore iiiiiiuaiiou remaining ut his post that lu lis iiumialtin im nirn biMrln,! will Im il,.iii,, heroism in lumllll'iii, my brother, becuuso ho wus my father's paternity sho churged to Grafo. out ul bomo of thu pnasongurs were not killed. wblcli I.uliiw cu, abut an Iru srsrauanl by I'alarrb, liitlaini'.l ,vn.liilouu(ib noiliinu sou, fie wus alto the eon of my wlfo'si N. H. Walton, tn of thu late John There wus was no llugmuu ut tnu cross- luuroua aurlaia IV will iclv Ona lluiidml Ikillara foranr E Walton, of Erlanucr. was uccldcn. iinu uicrcioru tier gruud-suing. inrriu'M irauaul br NUrrli, llial twiinot Iwiur-nlThut madu me grandfather tu my tally shot and killed by his own pistol Junius J. JolTrlos was uwurded tho IrtHi. lUU'a r.tarlU Cure heud tat tlrrultrt; Thun my wife hud u son whllo out hunting In Okluhoma TerriK J SJIKXKV A CM., ToWu, O. decision over Tom Shurkuy utter 'S SoM by UruiMlala, 76.'. my motiier-in-iume stop-sistor tory, u few days ugo. In getting out of rounds of brutul slugging ut thu Conoy Ilall'alainllr I'llltarslbs Iml. my sun, Is ulso his grand-moththo wagon ho dropped bis pistol, which Island Clubhouse. Tun tliousund peo's ho Is her Thi U now the inoul up to date Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been rechild. My was discharged by striking a btone. It used to bo u fushlonublo fad In days ple witnessed tho light und wont wild Is tho brother-in-laof my At Eagunsvlllo, O., Wm. Vaster, cently equipped with tho miuvclmia Anantlh'uiat I.unse; tho uovv discovery iu optic! over tho spectacle of two human bull-do- long gono by to head a letter with tho father because science I wish to bay to tno Ladlei that Is my who murdered hts wlfo uud 19 year old child, his stop-bistwith blood streaming from their ycurduto in Homun numeral. Thut fud got u death blow In 1838. when It wife. I um tho brother of my own ion daughter, rounded the trugedy by combattered faces, pounding euoh other mitting suicide. Previous to taking took Just 13 letters, "MDCCCLXXXV-III- . who Is also the child of my suvugoly all over thu ring. Just received a large itoclc of tho very I am my mother's brot'aer-lu-lapulson ho tilled his mouth with As a matter of fact, there wero A reticent person's opiluph In to bo uiy wlfo Is her own child's aunt, very few people who could projierly touchedjlt olT with a light-eBeen on u tombstone lit it graveyard ut wrlto thai dato. Last year was nearly my son is my father's nophow, and I match, but only succeeded In disStowe, N. (I, It tuns thus: "1 was am my own grund-futhoAnd after torting his features frightfully, as bad, for It took nine lottors, ." bomobody who, is no business of Now things aro going to trylug to explain tho relationship of Patterns never sold lu thin locality before have to be teeu to bo appreciated. Suityourw." Theru Is nut unothur word or Junction City. J. I. Cosby and able for framing from the simplest ohotograpu to the most elaborate paintings. change if any person will 'take thu our own family touto seven times a day oveu letter on the stone. moulding specially for suitable I wife, who wero married at Xenla, O., Among the lot is thu New French "Kleur.De-f.ls- " trouble to look Into It. After this year to our calling frlunds for a delicate pictures. Embroidered MaU, French Colors, and all pictures that re NUlllUUT TO UUUNEsd. ll will bo ousy. lu 11)00 tho letter fad wan brought horo no, cumo of my own lust wcok, spent Saturday with bis quire a tulnly frame. When iu Panville, callWater bee us and net our prices. We and brother, E. C. Co.by. Mr. and Mrs. will bavojiiu iuo;n). uiau who Is lovely lu far, fbru will probably bo revived, for It can be will." whu liloJ. but ir will alwaji Uikst'i btr lieallh.ousllslitU would written 'MCM." After anothor cenCosby will mako their futuro home In V.M Third Street Opposite Pot Olllce, Danville, Ky. wrsak loatlraUlls uuuil .Icily sad ill rua down, she will I nervous sn4 tury aud A frimd In uted Is a friend. That I Xenla. Thomas Helm, marshal of Danuyear passes by tho date will mums, n sua uas uinsopaiiuu or iwuej iron, exactly what Chauibtrlalu'a Cough Item, vlllo, sold his property In this place bis, her Impure bluud will csus iluivli, ClulibM, drop down u two letters, "MM." rut Btsr is rut klu i upturns sod wrctrhwl ixiiu1iIod, o fioolrTrecping. Is. lc-ttills-tuii- wa nhdt twice tjy O. K. Noland, nnd William Itaou accidentally hol In u row over a dainaue ull. A Nejjro In Madison county who hud declared hi Intention of voting fur a democrat wm ct uon by u mob of and roughly handled. Mrs. KIIm IllgB'. U'od 70, iittempted to kill herself with a raior In Madlaon J county becauoo he wan ilrcd of living. Tho wound I a forlous ono. The barn bolonglng to the widow of Liiidriitii that Kuv. Sain Jones begun n series of tins Hiiiim Imvo Hulled meeting hi tho tabarnuolu In Madlson-vll- lb market. Tho kow opera hinisu will Ikj opened Inst Sunday. on Nov Blihojgh tt will not be fully Tho Hov. Cudiiman I'opu, formerly of completed. Mlllarsbtirg College, will r,.uuvo to Uio news will bo received In iho New Yoi k and enter tho hanking bul-necourt-nou.- o on Tuvsiluy iilglu. A small fi'o will bo uhurgud to pay expenses. Mr. HarncA closed his meetings ut t I'lmtf h me to predict that li. Danvlllo Inst night, owing to election nuvi lid mm In tlm Stnirj thai will excitement and tho (nubility to gut tho tJiiin will Kill only T.IWI. and tlml opuru liou-- o regularly. I a plurality will oa IT.rHI. Tho Southern I'resbyterlan mlrlon Knlr George Oinvan Iiiihiwimc 21 boat for the Congo river. Africa, will wiiiltr's hiimlHy alicriiwiu, it, bu built by tho William H, Trigg Co., o( hi. c.nvai tvrviets ut I'luusiinl Hichinond, Vu., at the coit of 18,(171. elii-c- il rtm.U.iy nignl Grif, Hiiiun Tho furnishings will cost 1.1,000 or more. t liu rllii)ul purvey, nuu- - town, Uiu, The women of tho Christian church mi uliitiigisl a to i Hie in Lincoln county nro corJIally Invltnl null maiui'liilly ruduc-- i lli cusl of to tin present ul a church social to bo (soi.flrU'Hliiii. I'llo M,tlon ol tho given by tho nuhl of jy will rihiii be MttlcJ and Turnersvllle, women of the church nt on Saturday, Nov. II, ut we to l tho ritHil l::w i: m. Gooi'gi-I)- , t.iis'it nml Miss Mav Thu meeting ut tho Georgetown Hugiii-- . go to l,nii, villa i.hIuj, Mun- dajr Mr hint Mrs J:. , rClhui have Christian church, being conducted by rnirijtid Irum Allnntn. whure tnu lut-- lr F.ldor V. Updlko and C. K. Millard, Inn already resulted in nearly 100 converUr.itt-i- l l Dr. W. S. sions. Thu church has ii seating capacbring ury iimeli It.llrinui. ity of 1,200 but Is uncrjuul to the crowds .a ii, Cant Lcul If il. ?, s. Samuel Tulo nnd Mrs. Kllza Jones were married tn I'ulaskl last week. Frank Huynes, of Columbia, S. C, killed hlmelf becnuso his wife called hlinu miserable old hypocrite MAs Lucrctln Harncs and C. S. Scott, impular young people of Nlchol-nsvlll- o, were married In LouisvllloSat-urday. our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. pci-nii- iv EleetioB Returns will be all right nnd Uik-Iw- hn Hugh Gum, aged 12, nnd Mls Maude Cobb, 15, eloped" from Clarksvllle, Tcnn., to Guthrie, this Slute, and were made ono Mrs. Salllo nobertf, uged CO, and tho mother of 10 living children, was married Ht Ualelgh, X C, U) Henry aged 48, with ilx grown duugh-tei- Hal-born- e, e. Neckwear and Gloves Don't Forget Our Reduction Sale. J ITrohman TUB GLOBE, 'Phone lis-or- .V lm-pr- to ME.W COODS "' Danville. ------ cele-brate- Men, Women and Children. Cloaks, Capes, Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, g, Stanford Female College, 1 JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. IM MMM Nluho-lajylll- 0. Raisins, Currants, Pigs, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal it NEW s. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. A Family el -- Carriage Leg-Matu- re gec-er- car-rin- llM-- r n. t"oiirt-IluiiM- Wearen Son, -- . I step-daught- I fnri-rr- ur n. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. ktcp-brothi- er, btep-oon- w er THESE LENSES PLATTER. w, d "MDC-COXCIX- r. katest Designs it) jVJouldupgs, fort-nlg- tleo-Ul- Hitlers U lbs Iwat uisdlclo la lbs world la rtvulsls twiutcb, liter iud sidutys sod to purity bluud. It gives tlruaf lium, Ulfbl ejrw, uiaolb, velvet eklu, rUh umipleilwii. It will rbiruiliig wowsu el a lutks Uuljr 50 wait si I'.uni'i Drui tht Store. Hroom corn has jumped up from 100 a ton to 1120 at Chicago and brooms will toon bo broomi. la a railroad wreck. Mm. John flobortti, of La Salle, III., who thought sho burled her husband 10 days ago, was surprised to gel a letter from him In an adjoining county. The man burled, whom the coroner's Jury thought was Roberts, proved, to be a tramp who had been badly mangled edy It is tho mother's help wheu bho U suddenly awakened In tho night by the ominous husky cough, and labored breathing, of her babe It Is the safe resort of the youth or adult when he his "caught cold" and there Is coughing and irritation of the mucous membrane of the throat. It allays the Irritation and Cures the cold. For sale by Craig ft llocker, Monday to Mrs, Drumtleld, colored, who lately drow 11,200 back pensloo.for 575. Dr. n. S. Chaso went to Lebanon Monday to have the socond flogerof bit left band amputated, whloh had bod come useful from blood poisoning, J. I. Westertleld, Furksvlllo, will open a drug store In tho Calvert building soon, I'ostT tSfiortnana, seitgragny. t f rjS ygtufrihtf, s mym tr V wr MmMm WM jWMWWMTMIwm af A. c iy'xy y .xy cntptst y m x .m 2VlV !' -- s Wjr Jlfl 3 (ilalyut. ju(fivilli?Jfy. j w 4ii ifc - - -- fiVllii "Wrrrv t If'Wl 'T f ''fM l fif cH i tho mlddlo of a stream, but horo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho republicans didn't cum lor tho old saw. Torn- - oulellv deposed of State Treasurer G. W. Long as tholr cam NOV- 7. l399 KV., SVANFOKD. palgn manager and Inlawed Judge O'Kear and Auditor Stone. Among tho reasons given is ono that Taylor W. P. WALTON. had grown suspicious of Long ana credited him with sonitorlal design, and llko Dr. Hunter four years ago. Long TllK Incendiary appeal lo riot h can now go back to tho work ho has bloodshed made by tho Uulsvlllo and Adjutant General Forrc.tor neglected and from which ho went disgrace-fu- l ngalnst the protest of Gov. Bradley. In hid Frco Press arc tho most by any newspaper In a ever printed GOV GOKllKt. ended his long, labocivilized country and should place tho campaign of public protection or rious and most remarkable editor outside walls. Forrester, who by speaking In Music Hall, Louisville, Inside of prison night. No other speaker has over has novo idiot nnythlng yot hlmsolf last wouldn't shoot anything dovelopd In Kentucky, who could make and probably as ho nnd show so to ns manv that could resist, advises tho peoplo for much of snecches and versatility. Ho originality go armed to the polls and shoot Is In every respect a most reinarKawa their rights, If they can not (jet them man and will make a governor of whom In any other way. while the Dispatch, whole Stato will bo proud. Hcmem- which Is edited by Incendiaries and tho advises by implication tho bor that tbo inauguration win be uec. foot pads, to go. hanging of the election commissioners, 12 and raako your preparations mayor, W. U. tlaldeman and the wno seemed to bo sulking tho For a man board of public safety and the burning for months, Gov. Bradley came up nobuilding. Theso bly to tho scratch In tho last round. of the Courier-Journarticles, tho Courier claims, aro Insti- His suddec affection for Bill Taylor is gated by tho L. & N. and thoso In tho as remarkable as It is strange. There Dispatch written by Gen. Basil Duke, certainly can bo no bond of union bedou-bl- o and that paper In doublo lenJs and tween two such men. conspirators and columns defies tho appeals to good citizens to protect the POLITICIANS AND P0LT1CS. name of the city, which such assassins Gen. R. P. Kennedy, of Ohio, la to would degrade and disgrace. Wo do governor ot Cuba and not bellove there will bo any bloodshed. be the first civil whipped opposition Is Porto Ulco. Tho object of the The Times says tho L. it N. has spent citizens and keep to scare tho polls, but It wont work. moro than half a million of dollars to them from Everyman will be protected In his win tho election. predicts Republican Chairman right to vote and every vote will bo plurality of 60,000 for Dick In tho Nash as cast, so let nothing deter a counted gubernatorial race. you from asse'tlng your prerogative. Ohio Tho Hon. Champ Clark declares that Go to the polls, treat every man civilly, Mr. Bryan was In Missouri, tho vote as you wish and d- -n bo he who when people reverently touched his gartries to prevent you. ments. Tho Honest Election League of Lou AS this paper li being printed the battle of tho ballots is belnj waged. isville, a Brown organization, Is reTalk Is over, crimination and recrimi- ported to have contributed $3,000 to tho nation give place to earnest business. Taylor fund. Congressman Settle says he Is abso We do not fear tho result, convinced that the people of Kentucky aro tired lutely confident that Goebel will win of republican rule and aro disgusted by fully 15.000 and that the "th district with tho creature that that party has will give 5,000 of it. Tho enthusiastic democrats at Ed put up for ruler. Though fought from monton took Senator Goebel on their within and without and abused and by hired speakers and newspapers, shoulders and carried him from his Senator Goebel has continued to grow carriage to tho hotel. It has been decided to establish a eo-in popular favor till he has become the most popular man In Kentucky, loved loolul bureau to tako charge of all mat fully t much for tho enemies ho has ters pertaining to the outlying dependmado as for his own sterling worth and encies of the United States. The Louisville Commercial says that for the courageousness of his most remarkable campaign. Ills noble bearing conservative estimates givo the Statu and manliness has made him friends to Taylor by 31,000 majority, of which even among the opposition and he will tho 8th will contrlbuto 2,000. be elected today by a majority that Tho four Stales classed as doubtful will surprise his traducers. His inaug- aro Ohio, Kentucky, Nebraska nnd uration will occur on the 12th of De- Maryland. The democrats aro confcember and then Kentucky will have a idently expecting to carry three out of governor, whose administration will tho four. redound lo her best Interests and to tho The mayor of Louisville has Issued a Injury of no Institution, which keep proclamation warning people from un itself within law. lawfully congregating or doing other things likely to provoke trouble at the polls on Tuesday with "Go to tho keep election today. your shotguns; trust In God and President McKlnley, Hear Admiral your powder dry," was the itdvlcu given Schluy and Gen. Leo have accepted un hit. Lexington speech by A. T. Wood la invitation to bo present ut tho recepto the republicans. The democrats hope tion to be given the 1st Tonnessto regnot to have to light, but by jingo, If iment at Nashville, about Nov. 2.V they do, they've got tho men, they've Tho receipts of tho governmuut durgot the guns and they've got tho cour- ing the year wero nearly a billion of determined democrat can age too. One repub- dollar, but thoy were nearly eaten up put 10 of tho bo called lighting by expenditures. Tho collection! of licans to rout and 10 can whip a thousinternal revenue wero larger than thoo and. for any previous year with tho excepTliumojt incendiary speuoh of this tion only of lStit). Elections will be held In 12 States vituperative campaign wa mado at Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Saturday night by George Music Hall t .i i.-- i"S"""i " uenny, ui r - Hnni.n wlm fnllrpd iMlhlv.. Massachusetts, Mississippi and O'iIo wad-".will elect governors. Judiciary conto his republican audlenco about . .. . . t.i- - tests alone will le settled in Nebraska, im- - ,uu, Inir through uioou anouvmi; rk'hts. Courlor Journal. Denny ts a Pennsylvania and South Dakota, while bail man from Bitter Creek, that' a New Jersey, Now York and Virginia fact He'll kill you In u minute if he will elect only Legislatures. Postmaster General Hoath, In his get a good chance, llko he got at the unnual it)Kitt, make a vigorous plea poor follow ho shut at Lincaster. for i urul (rue delivery. lie wiys the Tlli:itK U u now religious tact in service so far bus resulted in Increased North Carolina, which makes it u rule p.Mlul tecelpts, has Miihanood values of to bath dally from head to foot and farm lands, improved the roads und put on clean undeioloiulng. At clean, caused belter prices fur farm product; lines is noxtto godlitmss thoy ought The Louisville linn of biokers, John "to get there- and stay there, " as Sam W. & D 3. Groen, uro buying up the know some, who stock uf Jones puto It. Wo the Louisville Dispatch at $2 claim to havu been regenerated, who per share, tho face value ot which is look llko they never bavo taken a bath $23. They say thulr oustoiner only or changed tholr undorwuar. Certainly wants u limited uiuouut uf tho stock: of such Is not tho Kingdom of Heaven. therefore, break, boys, break for the otllco uf Green. Owensburo Messen TllK supremo eaurl ot Tennessee ger. giving a colored nlllrmed a. decision Even tho lunatic as) turn employes woman $501) damages from u work are being usscsed in behalf uf the ru because ho whipped her house keeper, publican election fund. The ocu good during Ircarcoratlon because sho was thing uf Guv, Bradley's administration unruly. Tho decision has created con- was tho earnest, but futllu elTorl lie sternation among filers and work-hou- mado to havu itieso institutions exkeupors, at every poison whipempted from the baleful ollucis uf su. ped within tho hint year may miu und oalM "practical" politic. Louisville iccover duinugus. Times. o A dispatuh from Lancaster says: In Mil GOHHUL. spoko in Senator town of Marion .Saturday to 1,000 Buckeye, HrviintsvHlu und this place people. Tho Senator looked on with they huvu armed u number of dcecr-ut- u colored muu in each precinct und wonder, but ho didn't vengreen-eye- d ture out to suggest u bloody conillct, if uru to uku the polls. No tumble has Taylor wasn't counted iu. Tho corn been anticipated by (ho Democrats. d This samoblulllng scheme was attempt doctor and jack leg lawor Is not lo lighting anything but wind-mll- ud at Brvuulsville just 10 years ago tight bauk. The Negroes, armed, came in a body l and llilngH to the wits. When the smoku hud TllK winter of discontent has como disappeared five Negroes were dead, the balance having tied. The demoupon the Killblndcr and his occupation I gouo. No moro for u season, crats will nut tulerutu such an outrage utid lot us hopo forever, will some of and suuh an attempt will bring certain tho J50 u epeuuh speakers bo heard death to the Ignorant hirelings uf tho und they will now return sadly to tho republican bosses un Nov. 7, Campbell predicts that!!! vllo place from which they sprung In It Is said to bo bad policy - - t)ls-patc- al to swap the domoorats romaln united Mel.ein will win In Ohio by 10.000 plurality. Gnv. tlrndlovhaordoreJ out Com pany H. of Newport, premratbly for tho minute of serving ut the pons w- liit' iv thn Times. Tho faculty nnd students of the Stato Colored Normal School at Runkfort, wero furnished with L. & N. transportation nnd sent homo to voto for Taylor.. In a mesage toil Cincinnati newspa-per Gov Bradley repudiated an Interview sent out from Frankfort, In which he was quoted at saying that tho election would bo o close that trouble would retiilt On tho ovo of tho election and rtor n c.inwiss of tho Suite, Gov. Jamcf B. McCreary cajs: "Goebel and tho tick ntwill have a clear milorlty of 23,000, and this it no unto election blull Walt nnd see how near I am right. Ihoro aro many ujements working In our favor. Thousands of colored voters will pntTavlor. There are many dlttlng- ulshed republicans who will voto for us, and three fourths of tho large uorraan voto In Louisville, hitherto heavily ro publican, will rally to Goebel and tho entlro ticket. Thero nro German settlement In Lincoln and Boyle counties In our district, and they will vote tho democratic ticket to a man. Tho Sth district will give Goebel 1,500 majoriGov. W. O. Bradley Is charged with having made this statement to Charles L. Taylor, a colored republican candidate for tho Stato Senato In Loulsvllie In a conference at tho Gait Uoufo: "Vnur. look here. Taylor, you can't do anything but beat Barrett by staying in this race. I want you to withdraw as a favor to me. I don't cure a d whether Taylor Is elected governor or not, but It my frleuds stick to mo I've got a chance to be elected uniteu States Senator. I want to be In a potl- Deboc. I want tlnn tn Lhoku oil that you to withdraw. It may mean one voto for me for Senator, and I wont lorgct you." Taylor says tnal alter mis con versation ho was approached in a hall-wa- v at the Gait House and ottered $500 in bills if he would withdraw. Taylor .iv that thn moncv was offered simply to reimburse tho expenditures of his canvass for Serator. The above appeared In the Courier Journal and Cincinnati Enquirer, but In n card to tho Pott ot last evening, the governor savs there is no truth whatever in tho statement. I The highest price paid for a nukllng mule colt this sciisoii wu for ono told by Joo Ware to Frank James, of f,.r 75. It wns by Kentucky g, to-vear-o- THE- - ty." g Gontlemun. Id Dr. J. B. Owslov sold 22 mules to V. C. Tcrhune nt J02.50. Mr T. also bought 15 weanling mules In Nelson county, Wednesday, tor $2,110 for the lot. The oalo of Cobb .V Llllnrd's largo and lino Shoithorn herd will occur at Danville Nov. Hth and the s.ilo of the Llllard Brot,' land and personalty on tho 15th. See ads. Harry Laxirtis, of Horse Cave, passed tin ough hure with IW mules whi.h ho bought, at Lata) site, Tenn., nr.d Fountain Hun, Ky., at prices ranging from $! to $100. Glii'gow Newt C. T. Sandldgo's Preston gut second money In the ring for raddle Hallltins tour years old and uver ut tho St. Louis horse show. Highland Chief, owmd by Ball Bros., of Woodford, won first premium. At the salo of shorthorn cattle at the lair grounds last week ;irt wero sold at prices ranging from $23 to $170, the average price being a little moro than $72, and the tutul amounting to $2,505. Winchester Sun. Henry Gartin, of Hradfordsvllle, sold to William Dodd, of Hustonvllle, an Ashland WIlKcs harness gelding for $225, and bought of W. D. Wright, of Hustonvllle, a saddle gelding for $123. Lebanon Enterprise. Messrs. Cobb & Llllard say that tho prospects for their sale of Shorthorn at Danville on tho Hth are very Haltering. Thoy have received tabulated pedigrees of n dozen or so of their line ones which this office is getting out. Louisville Store. 14 DIG STORES 14 BIG STORES Dnrdstown, Elkton Vorsnlllos, Mt. storling, Owonsboro. Sholliyvlllo Ellzabothtown. Hopklnsvlllo, MndlSonvlllo, Coorgotown, Morgnnflutl, Cntlntln. Tonn. ClurkHvlllo. Tcnri. Ky. Stanford, OFFICE HND WAREHOUSE, LOUISUILLG. All of our Full and Winter Stock Wib limiglit tit one time before the advance for the above II Stores. The buyers for tho stores mentioned above go in a body to market each hots. We get them at u m'ihoii, buying goods in Ca-price that enables us to hell you anything iu Clothing, Shoe. Dry GooK Motions, Cloaks and Capes at less mon ey than they can be bought elfcwhero at present. Xo ad vance in prices with us. o Cast Your Eyes at This. Hiiwlrt Cotton st 4Jc, CssesTrlan Colton at I Jc, 91 Crs 1'anry Cklico stlljc, 9) Cases Indigo Calico st 4c, 9) Catts Canton Flannel frum 4)c up, 13 Caws 13 260 Dozen Ladies' Vests at 15c; Two for 25c. - vll-lfl- a-- --- so De-bo- aociis-turne- thai-ciiii'- The IJoston nnd Albany Lease. The opposition of many of the stock" I'lilon SuiM ntS.'ic for Undies' and MUscr, 1.10 holders of the Boston nnd Albany rail" Ladles' all wool Ilcernt lfic. two fur Wc, 150 road, presumably a majority of them, llraw nt 10c, three- f(V 25c, 150 Children's- and Mici Kleecc-llntto the lease of the property for n term ZlM " 1!ojh' Kleired tlnderwcnr nf.Sc and M)c per full, 2 tu 31, of 009 years to the New York Central lih) " Ijulic.' Drcs Skirts from lo SS, In Illne, II nek, Gray and I'lnltl. hat, stirred up considerable commotion 9.0 " I)res Skirt l'atterm all wool I'lnltl nnd Creu from 11.25 lo 7, nmong railroad managers, particularly, IH 1'icces of Double Width Shirting I hcvlot, wild eti-r- j where nt 12J, our price hie, of the lines Involved, and Is n tunttcr I,oo0 l'nlrs lllnnkets from 4)c n pair to H, g of quite general public Interest as boar-lunot remotely upon the question of ! public ownership and operation. The "protective committee." acting our price l?c, 'si CVcs Patent Tip Ijic- - Shoes fur for the shareholders opposed to the that 2 100 CWs Mill's fine Shoes that we bouj;lill n prlre 75c, wo ran fill llietu nt 95c, lease, claim to hold tho jtower to vote 13 Cure ituckle Sheen fiu: Hoys, worth il, our prlie 130,000 shares out of the total of 250,-WX;.l'JeL " l'.nln TwJKid Slices lor l.adlis, 12 ipininy, our prlre II. Is, nnd are thus clearly nble to eto C50 " l'(ij'IHj;h Ti p Shu- rnnsiiiR in pru turn c to 12, the propo;el action of the directors. 'JjboZ' Men's lllRh Top Grnln nnd Cnlf Shoe, frum f 1.50 tu 2..0, At n recent meeting of the stockholdBRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Clothing, Cloak anil C"npc nnd thouatidnf utlitr thitiKt that our pnr. will er final action on the npproinl or llOur Theolllclal trial of tho battleship of the lease wns ixwlponctl un- nut alios' u to mention were nought in tho lnt mt ntloiwd nnd divldnl, rii jug each Mas til Nov. 15, vthen the real light will Store the TJetietll'iTf "the low price nnd rnh ditroiml on"iuch lot. o como lnlo i c,us Kentucky will take place off tho , come. sachusetts coast Nuv. 2.1. when) ou nre In town that you may rcI lhe;lenelll of our p.irl ut the low prii Meanwhile the question of state purFrank Smith, uf Shelbjvlllc, Ind., bruke his neck while trying to slip uut chase of thu Itostou nnd Albany It gaining marked prominence and growof his homo In order to go to a circus. Andrew Sloss, u Negro, was lynched ing in favor. Tho charter of the road Tho l'hcait Hoiife in Town atCourtland, Ala., for attempting to provides that the state might nt any time purchase the ruad uHin terms Mrs. E. W. Bussey, near Moul-tooutrage & CO., A. that would return to the MocLhnldcrs gave Admiral their original Investment nnd 10 jht The people of Atlanta T.I) KANKY, Mnnnuer Schley a magnificent silver loving cup e lit Interest thereon. Saturday and made the day generally ' As the state has chartered no parallel road, the stockholders bale nluays memorable. vn Clark count) 's poor farm nearly recehed about 10 jier cent Interest, no it- - V) paupsrs, tho oxtra that the state has the contract right supports amount to do to beln only $3 50 for to purchase the Mock at par. or for about half ulint the Now York Central each pauper. (ii A Negro educational exhibit lur tno offers. i Whllo no prominent paper, so far as Paris exposition, theexpensesof which are to bo paid by the government, has wo know, advocates the public qera-tloof the mad, both the Springfield been decided upon. Tho lynching In Kansat last week Ilt'puMIcnii anil the Hartford Coiimtii makes the third In that State this year. are In subttiuitlnl agreement with the Two of tho ilotlms were Negroot, und I'.o&ton Post when It snjs: "The (strong tendency of things today it tow aid the nil wore lynched for muadur. 1 Col. Bennett II. Young sent live public ownership of public utilities by beautiful young Southdowns. one ram the people. Why would It nut lie n and four ewes, to Gen. John B. Gordon, good thing for the state to buy In the It to Mr. Vnnder-bll- t ruad nnd then of Reynolds, Gil., at a presont. " for the profit of Hie public Frud Stewart, who lost both legs thin,rh nn lii'ctdunt on tho Illinois No doubt there Is soioe element ut Central rullroad, wut awarded judg Infnuta' S fi M ihs ( luli'nn Ihi n Sl.ne iii v. r in M ii f ill ment for $1.1,000 against the ruin, at sentiment behind the opposition tn the l,i , I..idli linns Hl.d perpetual leoo, n It would lwiv none and , 1iih si Iik, IikIiI'w(IkIiI CHtf Louisville. inugnltl- Odl.xlio W. - J'T- Mill-il- l. id.Ui-- iihliiiheiti all. Thero was u heavy fall of snow In of thu muds miming Into the It .illnirtsof Kuntueky, Friday, tuter- - cunt new HeiiKur Htnlluii which Us j cold, drizzling lain. 'Th tho pride of "the Hub." Insuring In mlxsxl with ID WlietluT earth being win in. the snow melt! at title thu word "Ituntoii." of wntlmwit, liiiati, t from the motive fail u It fell) or public polk-y- , the leu uf tlw rod It unpopular In BuhIuii iiiiqwatkiiutuly LAND AND STOCK. nnd throughout MiikmicIiiuwU. nml the CI 20 sboats for sale. John Cook. net lull tnUen In the Bay SlMte will ho for sale, cattle Fourteen wntehed with tu little luturest e luT. P. Tuttlo, Turnorsvllle. ll hero. t, L. G. Hublilo sold to Sandurs, of slop cattle ut 3 63. Thu National Educational associa10 l,020-oun- d tion takes high ground as tu tho qualiAdvocuto. sold to Juliti L. Porch, fication of teacheiH und their tenure of T. P. Tuttlo of uf Burnslde, 10,000 pounJt of hay ut service, pledging Us cordial suppoit every effott to elovulo the profession 50c on earn at McKlnnoy raising the standards J. V. Bale Iwught of Milton Cov- of teaching by It, by promoting educacuttlu ut 5.12,. for entrance to ington (VI l,a.'i0-un- d tional scholarship nnd by providing for Hlchmond Puntagruph. WiK'n. 2:031. owned by Jumct Hud- - stability of teniae mid for adequate It uiiiioiiiii.es that It is ford, of Hopklinvlllo, died uf eclamp- compensation. prepared to accept the complementary Sho win vulued ut $1,000. sia. rou salb I huio 8i nice, luug principle that Inefficient mid Incomsteers petent leathern must jleld to the proyuurllng or short fessional Judgment which nsks their sate. John W. .Mlliur, for retlivtnont frum tho helnxil und deHarrodsburg, the Duke of Near organHub Goddard'ri lino jack, died uf plores nny mid eiery attempt, He had boon offerud 81,500 ized or otherwise, to protect such distemper. twaeliors In their posts by Influence, for lilm & personal or political. The Thomas Punco bought a lot of i00 whether profession should be reganled from Ikdoll Chancollur teacher's pound holf eis uuo of the highest uf occupations and others utile utid shlppod them to us nnd be wholly remuied from political Cincinnati Saturduy. Inllueiiees which have not InIron I'Vncu. $2S Cypress Shingles The splendid race mare, May Jauu, or other counted for moio In thu proGentry, of Lex- frequently belonging to Baker & uf teachers h:iu real merit. ington, wrenched her back while run- motion had to bo killed. ning nut and iV Tho Shorthorn cattle salo ut Mann PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Ffitrman'ii stable in thl. city was UftUllfVtf Hkt ClC&IUCI 150 Dozen Comforts at 48c To S2 - l'-- The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors. ladib: ! I 1 FOOTWEAR A 1 t-- I e tuim-uryV- Completer Stock llt . I I I I - I Styles theJLatest, Prices the LowestlQuality the Best. H. J. M'ROBERTS. 750-pou- Mil-rlu- n, I I I .-, SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG rv ld Lyn-wuo- d, HOCKER. A.C.SmEJ Metul Koofing. STANFORD, KY. & Ex-Go- by ii good crowd. brought an average of Nqwb. Thlrty-thre- o Uwl ft TroutuUl 'J7 27 Paris NTr ClUkl irftfp d kg rtl to if luml4ot ftuwVi. to Jitstof Qrmj YoutUful It 4lF InUiibL hlr. Uoior. Mill Work. kd4HQU lfu)f'rt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nnce.t Sons'. Stanford, Kv., E. U. Hl'Y your booin ami hIious nt Sever - Iii.Nitrrs Nov. 7, 1S99 A nml comfort Sons', ,V m Sovur-ne- o Xo advance on our enormous line of n. underwear for mon, women und Severance A Sons. chll-dru- Hki.MTZ'b now Walton, IhmiNiisH Mana(ii:ii. nl Warren Sweet nnd Sour Shanks'. Plok-l- es TllK buKt nmturlnlii combined nml ueouritoy limiru tfixxl rcmilta. So other lnuthotl nro over TK uaud In our irfreriitlon work Penny NAt. la only Urujr Stori' caro. skill Il.Wn your coal hniiled whllo It Is with dry. ,1. H. Ilntiirlunnn .fc Co. TwIco-n-Wco- k 81 a that. ' PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SSIP. Till: noxl colored teachers meeting will bo hold nt Prenohersvlllc, SaturMliH. M J. Mriti'MYIs vultlnj? hep day, lSth. In Lexington. irramhlaiiclitcr Ilr.siiv JoNHsboiitfht In Coy ami Good, fresh country lnrd of our own .Marlon n bunch of tun to colts nl 0 to mnkonndnll klndi of froth meats nt t-- jour cash. iNTHinoit Jotlii. Homembor W. I Mw Hbttik 1'a.xtom bns returneil from a visit to Mrs. J. II. Huffman at Lexington. ' Sims A. Co's. Mils. Wll.I.IAM Cl'UTis nml son, HnUf'hinan A; Co. Walter, arc hiirk from n visit to relaHlU lot odd pieces In children's untives at Somerset. derwear on hargnln counter this week J. II. McilAltdUKanJ family, of Val- to close nt fc. J P. Jones. ley View, have moved to tho Huston-villSTOCK our winter coul now, price neighborhood. Mils. Sai.I.IK llAlf.KY, who has been nro ndvnnclng and tho probability now with relatives hcru, left Friday for her Is that delay will cost you high. J. II. ltaughman & Co. homo at Marietta, Ga. I)lt. V. II. O'Uankon returned from J. W. JAMKp has tostcd notice that tho West In time to put ono In for Goo-bho will npply county court day for and the wholo ticket. to sell liquor by tho quart nt hi Holts, to tho wlfo of Mrs. C L distillery near Crab Orchard. 1'rultt, of Hustonvlllu, a democrat, and James I. Harper Is now an undo. Lost, lietArccn my residence and the M. II. Kki-.D- , of tho D. A: I). InstiPresbyterian church a poflketbook.con tute, Danville, cair.u up with S. W. talnlng about IS Ilcturn and bo reMcncfco and scnt Sunday with him. warded. Mrs. Mary I. llurcb. , J. W. IIastin and family, of Klneie Kl.KCTlON day starts oil with n prosvilla, have moved Into a houno on House street Somerset P. H. Journal. pect of falling weather beforo night. Mil. and Mus. II. C. Paiiius have For the last two mornings the mercury has been below 30 nnd Ice and frost Just returned from tho old stamping ground In Pulaski whero they enjoyed were In nbundancc. their stay prcatly. HfSSKM.'s comedian nro composed Ull. T. M. Lt:wi4, of Iloyle, has rent- of the finest dancers, swecU'st singers, ed tho Pennington proiwrty on Kal funniest comedians, best m1o musicians Main street and will move bis family and choicest tcclaltlcs. At Walton's to It about Dec. I 0icra House, Xov 9 TllK young mnrrled ladles reading K EX the republicans around Hrod-h'a- d and fancy sowing club will bo enternro said to have been disgusted tained by Mrs. It. S. Lytle and Mr.. 11 with 'Torncy Genera! Taylor and his P. Adams Thursduy, J. II. STKIMIKNSand W. M. llrooks, sccch nnd that democrutio stronghold of Ilockca.lle, were here hero yester- will give n larger majority today than day, and told us domooracy was nil usual. right In their county. Till: prospect hi Oil writing is that Mil. and Mik It C. Hoci;i:it and Lincoln county will go democratic by n of daughter, Janu McChord, lltllu safe majority Tho true blue are on Stanford, were vUltlng the family of their mettle and are determined 10 put Ulohmond Ucglt-le- r. Mr Mark Pliulpt Iiit back and keep her In thu demoMiss Maymk Klmott, dutightcr of cratic column. lUv. Milton Klllott, a muld ot honor to Di:atii Mr. A'm. Cooloy died at thu fiucun, of Mayfleld, Is tho guest o( Tllford Messor's, near Hubblo SaturMIssAllene Itngby - Paduoah Itegls-U- r day morning, after n long Illness. Ho was tho father-I- n law of John Skid Mu. and Mus. Thomas Mirrci.r, more, ntwhoso homo ho was burled of Wlimorc, arc now domiciled at their Sundny afternoon. now hoinu on llroudway, and tho er plou-c- d Lyi.vu and lrrcsKinslble nwcals hao nro to plo of NIciiolaivHI.' been telling tho Xogroos that If Goobol greot them. Journal. Mil J. II. McKiTTiiicu, of Woneovu, Is elected all tho colored free school Kansas, arrived In tlmo to uo his fa- will be closed and overy pension taken ther's luce once mora baforo tho gnius from them. Tim Is the eluss of cattlo doniooruoy bus to contend with, the shut It from view forever. Mr Is proxsrlng In his Wosturn unscruHilous nnd Ignorant. a ul Ol'li tcrmi nro strictly cash on coal and feed. Do not akforcicdlt. J. II. many. Wi: are profoundly grateful to thono dio patronl;ed lis 80 liberally whllo wo were In business nnd hope they kindly. XkV itock of sterling sliver novel-tlo- will treat our successor Heu?loy A Curtor. cut glass, rings and nil kinds of Jewolry Oil week. William Itntnllton. I'm: Lincoln county dootorj will meot nt Hiistotivlllc, Xov. H, when AN Infant of George Wilcher, who Dr. Sleelo Hnlloy nil rend nnothcr of live on S. M. Owen' farm, illnl Friday hi splendid papers on diseases of tho of bronchitis and was burled In tho heart J, r; llurkor, secrotary. Reynolds' cemetery Siturdny. ii I'lXINtJ L'r. Jowrt'lor Wllllmn tnm. XoV thut tho election Is about over, Ilton I making his store prettier und go to work and quit talking polities. prettier. He has Just received and put Those who havo neglected their In place two very handsome wall cases this olllco lire ospoclully re- In which to display silverware. quested to obey tills Injunction. Loo C.miin -I- koTuttle, son of that KVI.UY party was allowed fine old democrat, T. P Tuttlo, 1hs an Inspector at tho nj!1 hero built a big log cabin oui of corn stnlk but only democrats und republicans nnd will burn It to night, If the elec-Ho- n should havo been given the right, ll goes hi way, as ho hopos und beonly creates confusion In having so lieves It will. s, 2. 'GENTLEMEN. ti ij . K 2 jj We are showing some splendid val- 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. ed de ooooooooooooooooocwoooooo LADIES. 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 $IO. The above Look in TllEKK will bo no trnubln nl tho mil. noywhero todoy unless it Is preclplta- iou oy ignorant republicans under orders from their cowardly leaders, who will seo that they keep themsolves fur from tho fray. Should It be preclplta-te- d It will be a light to tbo finish, with ms the precipitator wiped oil tbo face of FlltB. The warehouse at Rowland belonging to Mr. Isaac Hamilton burn- the earth. ed at an early hour this morning, causDkath. An infant son of J. B. ing n hies of about CO barrels of sail, n Wade, of the Walnut Flat section, wa lot of bay and tbo like. There was no found dead In bed Sunday night. The Insuranco and it Is not known how tho little thing had been sick elnce It birth ro originated. and it end camo very quietly, a Its Till: election returns will be received parent, with whom It wag sleeping, were notnwaro of their loss for several to night, Mr. Joe S. at tho court-hous- e hour. Tho remains were lnl! m .i UU'U having mndo better arrangements at Goshen yesterday uftcrnoon. with tho Western Union and nil who wish to hear the latest from Kentucky HaNqinq. Wra. Uuser, of Otten-helund the other states that hold elections tell us that tho other morning, can do so for the small sum of 50c. threo efTlgle were seen hanplni' thnm and upon Inspection It wo Saving It. Mr. Klttlo Bourne, of one nau "Uocbei, Silver found that Free" on it, So.ncrsct, who I a daughter of the kite another "Xorth" and the third "D. C. Hill, of this county, has a John d n jow." It was the work of piece of u candle which she used In Il- certain dirty republican, who urn luminating her house when Cleveland spotted and who will be made to nav was elected, that sho will burn tonight the luw's penalty for tho cowardly If Goebol Is elected, Mr. William Cur-tiwho has just visited her, tells us. FlQIlT. tsometlmeuL'o. DeoutvShnr. TllKIlt: is one absolutely certain Iff W. L. Wood nrre.ted Will Kennedy thing ubout tod a) 's election and that Is op a bench warrant, catching hlra one neither of Lincoln county's candidates nigntuta certain house. Yeslerdny, for Stale olllces will win In the battle Mike Kennedy asked Mr. Wood who told him where Will wuV Mr of the ballots. The sortlvely-dlsOsc- d v,.,i might llnd some chnncu for speculation said "Xobody," when Mr Kennedy however us to who will get tho most called him a liar. Wood thorn otcs Bolter Vnndeveeror ProhibitionuKn went to work, but before either was hurt much, If any, friends separaist Carpenter. ted them. TllK last IS'TKIIIOIt JOL'JtNAt.H had not arrived ut Turncrsvlllu und other Kiints lb tho West Knd yesterday though promptly dispatched from this olllco. This look llku u republican trick lo keep us from our readers. m 11 e, goods are the best values we ever fered. 6 I)fV finndo of- SEVERANCE A SOVS. buub..ucb. ' " ,! Cl. gmr o o o'oooo o'ooo o cfo"o"o"o o o o o o o oooooo'do ooooooooooo GO TO -- oo ooooooooooooooooooooo0000000000000 o o o o o o o o o o o o Moberts, tl)e Druggist, FonFine-Stationery- , Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c., At The Lowest Cash Prices. NO ADVANCE HERE. Cliildreirsj Union Suits 2," cents, Mi.s-e- s' Union Suits 2 cents. Ladies' Union Suits 2.1 cents, -- dn GOV. HltADI.KY's special encountered both a fro-- t and u blizzard nero und It did not tarry long. Tho governor only soku about live minutes, making the Goobcl Klcctton law the subject of his remarks und ending by prophesy ing the election of "Dill Taylor." Gov. Worthlngton und Hon. A. T. Wood also spoko und tho sicclal (lew to a less frosty clime. homo. Miss Isaiuji.i.a Uaii.kv will leave to vUli hur ehurinlng friend, Miss, Bdjlh Ymmg Griggs, at Ottawa, III. Her mothor and Mrs. I.u-e- y Sinclair will accompany barns fitr us Iouisxillc. Mil J P (iALLAUKit, imu of tho proprietors of HustoU's Comedians, govs In advance of his show and Is a ten courteous genlluin.iii. Ho tolls us that our people lire bound to be pleased with bis eeellunt troupe, which hero on the 'ith. Mhs P.I.IZA 1U.A1N and Mr. .lames II. Gentry louvo tomorrow (or Los Cruces, X. M.. to twnd thu w inter. Mr Gentry's liixtltli h.u been poor for soma llratt und It is with tlia hop that tho climate of Hini oouutrr will fin prove ll Unit Im gow. His mimy frio1s him return huWnml alroiiir hop t Mk W. w II Mi'Hi'HY Sherman, Tux a., )uleritfty Hguin lie u Kitntuck lun charv'O of bis lino farm on lu Inn irlud 14 Ho will Uikw Kl thu Hiisum-lll- o Misos X.'llln and Sun WhiiHy Murphy will tvmittu In co'loge and nut gel lioro lirfniii June. Mr. A, J, Itico, who has boon visiting In Texas, relumed with Mr Murphy. piko. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Nl.W jewolry ut Hamilton's. OYsrww on bund ut all times. John 1 1, Moler. rlllcs and in loaded GUNS, shells ut fur Craig ,: Hooker's. Pltirrrv shades sucking. Kldurdovvns J P. Jonus com- Ski: our oxtra large laminated forts. Sovoruncu - Sons. ,m IjL'NH, ammunition, hunting coats, Gilbert. nephew of Mrs. J. C. Has, died Sunday und will bo burled there at 2 I'. M , Hlsdisoiisu was consumption ii s Dmi'CT'" L U. Mild J H. and hu had recently returned from SowdarV elfects Saturday for tuxes, Colorudo, whore hu got no bcnellt. Ho when books went for a song, 211 uiumc i 2i years o! sga and r.r. cxooileril of Dickons' bringing only S'l.TS; ls of young man. Collins works ?MfiO;10of Washington HON, M. AliKI.i:, of Covington, made Irving H 'S, u i2ti utlus for i?l und fonr a telling speech ut Uttenhalin Friday volumas of the American Dictionary night, after being Introduced by llav, for $. Father Peter lirelntner. It was In HVHHY Xogro. who eier livod lioro Gorman unit thu wuy It wus cheered and many who neur did, together with showed that it was uppi eclated by tlio-- o to whom It was addressed. Hon. all the white rudieuls who stay ImlwtNin vlevtlnns, uro haro to Harvey Helm spoko afterwards and ln- vol The otMtMrs of tin olaotlon should crouod the enthusiasm Tho building kiwp u strong lookout on these fellows was crammed, notwithstanding the ami mil let them vote unlnss thoy can bllnzardy weather show thoir right bjjoml a doubt. Tin: performance of the IlurMtll Comidluns lueliulbu minstrelsy und ut. to expatiate on It is not the tiioritx of Sum Jones to draw a olio, embracing songs, comedy, contoronmd for him Kverj body knows hnu tion, oake vvulks, Jugglery, ,ve, ami U u continuous one, there bfing no full of and knowa what U nxpecl when ho from ttait to tiiiish Hvary-thil- ig lo hour hlin leptura Hu is one of the curtain is of the highest outer and lt the bat druwlny iwnk in Ainerloaund a ver w bei u he goi hu w III mck tho hound to please Admission 2o to gallur),o() ut to seats not reserved, hoisa hero. Admission 00 and 7.V. und 7.1c to reserved, the latter to bo ail at MoKoborU' drug storu. IN Lincoln ciiunlj toduy i'iO Hiunds of iwper will ba uad In voting- - It Hik1'lNi: SllAl'i:. Marshal Joe bliannou, ing that amount to muko tho bullots. who until recentl) was u Brown follow Just think how muoh It took for tho er, but now red hut for the democratic 12 Stales thut hold elections toduy fiom top to bottom, tulle us thut und w hut mi Immonoe cost It bus in- ticket Crub Orchard Is in line shupo ollttcut- curred. Thu worst part of thu busl-nly and thut bu believes tho democrutio howoutr, Is tho luivo majority In those two precincts will to foot thu bills reach M Mr. Xorth, he ays, will run A MONO thu divorce suits to be tried uhuud of Mr. Goebui und poor old John this court Is thu onu of Mrs. T. J. Cul-to- n Young Blown wont gut over two votes ugulnst hur husbiiud, alleging tn thu magisterial district. Wo shall drunkuuiiuss und cruelty. When ho Is see this evening what kind of u prophul sober ho Is good und kind to her, but lu Mr. Shannon Is his cups, which hu frequently is, ho Is M.::i; ll.um:; i, buck in his old said to bu very dlsugreuublo. Sho loft store again, having bought fiom Beit him sumo Omu ugo und wont lo her ley A Curler to whom ho sold It. Ho father's In Mudlron Sho was u Miss und wu y. lli-uiiiinlso-whe- re oatM-ssur- y W.LKi:it Mr. Kd Wulkor, son of i: H. Walker. o( Paint Lick, and Ciuccit couiit began at 0:30 yesterday morning, Judge Saulloy appearing ut thut hour and setting the machinery of the tribunal In motion. The follow-In- g grand Jurors were at onco selected and sworn: E. D. Kennedy, foreman, George Tucker. O. .1 Crow, J. B. Gilkerson. A. C. Hoblnson. A. B. McKlnney, Hlchord Bibb, Win. Stuurt. John .W. Stephen-soH. T. Bush, Wm. Alford and M. D. Kltnore. In his churge, Judge Sautley laid stress on bribery and other violations of tho election laws und named tho penalties. Ho nlso called attention to tho luw ugulnst whisky polling or giving on election dav and usked th.it full Investigation bo made of ull charges of violation of them. Tho petit jury was then selected as follows: George D Hopper, O P Klnc. K. L Tuuii.-r- . J F Cash. David Hubanks, G H. Spanglor. Hull Anderson, P (.'. . Sindldgc, J. W. Holmus.H. L Columbus Bishop. C V. Gontrj, V B UllI, ISIITe. I,auc Hcrrln. W. I!. Gooch, J. S. Murphy. J K Holm G. Lackey, It L Hubble. J H Pin.it. B. Xiinuollev, J B. Onons and Ji n, pur-tlculPoi-mr- Ladies' Jttbbed Vests cents, Ladies' Fleecy A'ests 2.") cents, Ladies' Rtra'He:ivy Vests ;1() cents, Cliildren'.s Separate Pieces (odd lot) cents. Blankets and Home Made Silkalme Comforts. Big' Lot of Plaid JOHN P. JONES. V J.l' WEBSTER1S INTERNATIONAL. DICTIONARY ' Hoa.DJ.Br ewer Justice of U.S. Sucrsme Court, II. liout. . gtt On ti call of the Commonwialib's docket for the rlrst ilv lmi,t of Ho oasa wore contlnuiMl: tlmt. if Will Kennedy, for unlawful shooting, was set for Thursday, as nam two e.. a ugulnst the L A X. for ob,ti imsswuy. Thomas and Jesso lvieo. arson, will hetiied Fildu.v.Thr r cusc ugulnst IIttd.n for lllng liquor unlaw fully wero dismissed und Wm Morgan wus lined i2Q In two Court then udjoiirned till Thursday SlM.tinxr.ix He., sent tn intiJM ?.",dt 3. CG. & C. Men lam Co., rubiuhcn, Spiingfeu, Mm.. U. S. a. TVirfWi- - It excels in tho caso with which tho rj-- Amis tho .. ... ...nv t ... vunw.; Ufc UVUIHIIUU, III 1'Utt'l Iromcthoiuof Indicating pronunciation; teno practical uso as a working dictionary. x ukti?iMMzmfwir.v?m v$i SI morning e, Admiral Dew uy and his Uanceo dined together ut tho Cumbrldgo Hold, Xow York, yesterday. A ciowd of gaiublei chused bv olll- ccrs jumped Into thu Tunncssco river at unuitnnooga ami swum for tho opposite shorn Two of thorn weio drowned It develops that the Negro preacher of South Curollnu, thu news of whoso dwith by ljnehliig provoked Indlgnu Onu mauling in Boston, Is ulivc und laughing over tho stir ho cuuscd. Ring in the new Ring out ths falsa Ring in tbo true " We rrli tn vnti the new anJ trua from tha p'ry f "rcitsof N3'vv iv " Rlnj out the old DR. BELt'S Ac, ut W. II. McHobmtu' 21 YKMts Commonwoulth's AttorH' you wunt shoes to keep jour loot ney J S. Owsley, Jr , tells us that thu dry und warm und up In stylo go to trlul of Wm Whltonuek for tho mur- James llurrodsbdrg, resulted In u MlW. M. W. lll'.NDKIt, of Louisville, verdict of 21 jeuis. At llrst tho jury will give uti llhutiatoJ Lecluro ut tho stood two for 21 yours, threo for dculh Lccturo-HooWedC'hrlstluu Church und thu rest for u llfo term, but ull nesday, Stti, at 2:110 P. M. llnully caino to uu obduralo 21 year Xotwiviihtanuinu tho udvuuco In man. Thu killing wus nuut unprovokprices wo will soil you anything In our ed. It occurred onu Sunday afternoon fotv mouth ugo and tho dufundunt Btock ut Actual Cost until tbo outlro a ,,u Is closed out. Como early. Wo claimed that thu dead man wus coining IC. Wcaron Howard him with hi hand In his K)ok- have some ulco goods, ll. ot after calllug him a vllo nume. A Son. of brotliur-lii-luw, Wick-ursham,- John P Jones der his VOU'AMC Lllilllo.Sh AregraiiJ, lul tookchurgu yt'slurduy under lliuklviia ViuIiii Sliiw Lru.loiv rul. Jueof ' r Sahstur.'alliriu.alMiit Uuu er sons, I Hri. Hull, er iiiiij suJ sluud paid cost, carriage una uni, I jrua, VVsru Cuu lirulM cunt, for thu stock. Mr. Hardin begun lliu.N tlilii.'itiuii lint llunm, p.ul, llui., lllstursuurailh ll'iV i us clerk in tills sumo storo loom, when out Calm an I Ai li,s (Inly v mu a ,P i atB Duaraul.s'.l Nil.l l.y r.unjr PrunfUt it wus kepi by Mr T. It Walton u do.' on or more curs ugo. Hound Mr. II, C Funis bought Mr. Wultoti out; nf' POSITION WANTED. turwurd Mr. Hardin bought Mr. Far-rl- s 1 dndru oventuer btiK'k out und run tho business ulonu for fuflu II u linrl 'A u nt. uvu. on .1 .t. n soiiio tlmo. Ho sold out to lleualcy A ciui kIvo pHMl rffcniK-i'- , J(hn t llrown Carter und Is again at homo to hi old uaumi uruvi iy customers und us many now one us uiuy eomo. Bou.loy A Curter huvu done A GOOD KNOB FARM nicely, but Mr. Curler' desire to go to t'"!1r.u.vv"'?lo1.."i..r,..i'''''i' aiming caused ilium to sell. Mr. llcai-le- y rrbulltlliun fruit klu.l. el is uudccldeJ a to what h.e will rhfs C.Mniuy lrof in, rldniur,IJiuM Will j..ni ikii inKy In. " OlltuUrliu, 1 1 11 11 m ine- science to 1H1 oney T"! W 11. 2fEL,.'!' P by a Pleasant, Pcruiuncnt, VosHIyo Curo for coun'i'.colisanJ nil Inflamed turf aces ot tho Luru.s anJ lJron:!sial Tubes. LuncsereejthDa Tlios r.we.-.-r' couch-worrsteJt Uwn.v.robr'twarlnjmuiusl5Cutout tho riiivnf Hut UlI iinp U rrnovnl. an.llhnlnfUinal ntmbraiies ufa l.u...xl ai.J $uutuJ so that thtro Nature's most natural remedy. Improved is no In.l.na' nticot-h- . r uo7 InariD taf I Oot'i, cnv. DK t '"" AM rtin i jf ,coj. i C'.wOCibmi CJFfi: "iOtJ CET ."i' en-gu- Ht luon KTOSg. Ut. " " i. FOR SALB AT PUNNH'8 UltUC STOUIJ. ltlJ. r'..zrriirj . .A JMkW- - i. . -- Jjurttl H Art PER YEAR CASH 1 THK41ST .IKOIMl.XT. WHEN PA GOT 'NISHYATED. THEINTEKIO RJOURNAL Camp Mi:ai)E. IN.. Nov. 2, Sham IM two and three ear eld iiiulet, now ready for 01 all the orfel Utt I'te aeen, the wonteat wai market. battles ntul target practice is wio timer . the llit Si Heed of l,iO i..iind Cattle feeder.. htn my p Mnrd the Maon lodge on 'nUhya- at Stanford at of the day with tho boys of tho 41t. I ltd Hull tail .Short harn and HerlloM)) weight EnUrtil in the tlen nlrtt. Tim pounds Tho first battalion ot this rccimcni is t neier tailed In all my Hie, aenae Ufln win teootut-clomatter. NuiIUrriliof (Nun. 7ll llalea of Hover llae. now on tnrcct practice at Mt. Urctna, 2n Tun. tlover liar In llarn. of MI Ci at there In that room atl S,,llmi.mA.-2VLama.ythis State. Tho third battalion of Mid 3T xl J. II. OWsl.KY, at Llnrnln Co. Nat. Hank, the tun. which IC is a company, will iro on tar- - Far pa, he'd avrttf up hill an dawn lie wa'n't aleard a nisrr.itfioN (jet praotlco about tho middle of next Put 'fore they bit. ftnliKcl up the Jb he dutn near $1 wcok. Wo will go on tho cars and will had a fit. As we 'Tvrut Jlt tke hettrat hot ole time that etcr wua tho rnnjjo for ft f Wnennot inpiMaa.OO wlllbectiarged be atuso dojj tents we week. naturally treated. arc will Tint nUht the ttawm get my a ter cwate git 'nlshjaled. last prnylni; for pretty weather. Tho AND IiOrill.r STANl.HI IHII.I.I'.I) MMl three or four days have been very HAMS. It keepa Me ilenbled In a (It (( lartn. an I won't furgit rainy, cold and floppy. Tho The night my pa made ileh a hit. TIME C5RJI boys eeera to Ikj tuklnK moro interest To clio our itnerlilli wn will irll in When lie got 'nlahjatcd. at present lnitho Transvaal war than When pa went In th la.lgrroem. they oMered KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. TUESDAY, NOV. 14th. '99, thevaro In tho Philippine fiasco. Sev Mm to rH, f.nmlea bandaged Ouroiitlrcilierit of ssiiortliornv-J- ft eral of the boja of tho 41st wcro trans Xn tliey tied hl han.U with reii an No. Arrrlretat Stanford at J OJ a. u. nml 10 ilhIiw. Tlrny tire Young Miity. .... 10 a. u. both No. 4 Leavca Mantord at ferred to tho 40th last week and woro An though lila eye. a orfut kick, they tol' him of llrlcvingiin. DAT. pa nude No.ll Arrive! at Kowland at U:00 T. u. Will MMIM-I2.SO that II he sent to 'Frisco. Tho 4Tlh regiment Is "t Heifer.. Iir.-- to rcpl-tc-. rril No.21 Leavea Stanford Intended, then and there, ter take a Maaon'e Brat Clioti'i'. now latrine for New York where they will !e lit iiulioiur a liulla P.!o degree KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Slindn Klailvfcurtcn. will bo loaded on transport to bo sent He'd got ter quit Ma Mckln; then they waltied 11 Mara Mm on the floor !Ie N gin nt II o'clock noon V. rlto for going North .... 41st will act ua.tl Train II ... 2 M i in to tho Philippines The to Middle-tow- An whirled Mm round an round, by Jtnka, a. ''0,,n,: o. ; ' li I. in as escort from camp down South ... million tlmea r mere! a. is . " Morrow, of Somerset, An then they pulled an hauled tilt pa wmi mighty Lieut. For allirolota. aggenatcd and several Pulaski and Wayne county An aeil If all new ruemtiera wua In thla way RO'JUH TICKCTS fcOLU. 'niihyated. boys are In this regiment, iney seem ' IIAUUAUE CHECKED TIICOUOU. for sale:. LOST STISBR A I my place I. mt threw week. ego. Will weigh abnit i"i lb Inf.irmailon leading In hi. recovery thantfullr reJohnC IVpplea, llivland, ky ceived. sieer which I Ihlnk I ml, left Siuitll Farm For Kent. Twenty Acre nf Und J', mile. North of .Stan-fori- , good houwof ! Mnni. .plen.lld el.lern at door, inithniiw. Inrludlng Urn. Apple orchard and an abiind.rcvofothcr (mil tOnrW acre lo gnlnwhe.l. t'allnnd M .Mclb.bere. at .Htan. fold or write me at llrodnead tilo T, Mi lion-i- In Stanford on tlie SMIi of FjicIi Month work A All carnielit Afted on. mPllt la an Inimmlhtlltv with thl method of (!nll and rxamliin lati-.- l litKlniM. ilnliiC l tamplia Fall and Winter, IKW-IW- O fKclal rtprpeulntlvof HUOflELL S CO., Merchant Tallon, MT Wet Till Clrcet, Cincinnati, O, Will llply Sample at Ihn ft Aantili Hotel J. 7ULCKHY, CRUDER, iTTrtlUmi. SWSISC sale of Stiortnorns J. ait e X. SUTTON, Anil TTllltiig to pny ton prlcee In oiatt for Kentucky I)uck, (lcoc Hustonvillo, Chicken., Kjtga. Turkcia. Olnacng, Yellow Knot. Ilcca Vn, . Unix, Iron nml OrTerahl.M-rvlc-alIdea of nil kliiila, OopK-rthe I nle ofWr.1 UlCoU lloni-a- . AIo will InU n tlm mnrkrt for wool, and Cawe rounllea ull .lock ol ( otllti.and Ca.k. nnd etaalwayann hand Son mo nml get mv ptlcn livfnro II rf P.nnU, Mint,. t awe e"wpi. mt oali. Call nt my git nt J. lllh.burg. lUcket More. It. ItOlllNt-O- UnrtortaUor, rOtl'll-toPl"'- I '; lli-i- oi JOHN C. PISPPI.ES tinrniKlMato for Jullerof l.tnroln Cotiiitj-ulijivto tho nctlon of Iho ilcmiicratic tj'. Your support I nillolud R. pr t A9. JONES, DENTIST, Stun ford k.v. Illnli-tlrnd- ii 1 n. w .."iv. lopti- - DINK FAKMKtt I. a enmllduto for Jnller, aubji-c- t to tin e tlonof tho ilcmocnitlo party lln aollclta jour aiipmrt. vulixjl; For any Infurniitlon enquire ol JOB S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI. m. 8:40 r. St., Train, leave Frankfort at 7 a. Q. Aand and reach-taPir- ii with unettlng attleorgetown S: 10 p. m. C. Lea l'arla S:40 a. m. and atVlS A. M and J:SU r. ... connecting at (Nrge-tow- n with Q. A C and reaching Frankfort at 9.15 " """jQSU-l-l QUEEN B. KEWTOS. A. P. A. & CRESCENT. Jctlon City ai follow.: Tralm paw 4 II p m W 02 p m No. 2 North no. t South am " w. t ..11 SO ni "4 " 1 Ho,", ' IP" liaiam " 6 00 am OS pro S,.j "10 " No. 1 and 2 do not top. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. .. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY. Capital Stack J100.000. TUU Initltutlon originally MtaMUhed S17.6S3 61 ai the Bank of Stanford In l&M, then reorganised at tho National Hank ofSlantord In IMS andagilt )fiali)lai the FlMtNitlonjlIJnk:o(! Stanford In 182, haa had practically anuninterrupted exlal. la bettei eupplied now wlti enoefol 41 yean 'it lacllltlea for transacting bualneaa promptly and than sver before In lta long 'and honorable career. Account of individuals, llduclariee.Jrmr ud Individual! lollclted. DIA1CTOKI. F. Held, Uncoln Co.; S.T.Harrl!, " J.S.Hocker, " W.P.Walton" J. W. Hayden, Stanford 8. II. Baughraan, " " T. P. Hill, W. A. Trlbble, J . J. HJ Jolllnr.CraulOrcli'a M, O.Elmore, Stanford. J. Miller, Ml. V.ruuK McUoberti, Caahler. orricias. J. S. Hocker, PrwIJeal; A lA.WcKlnney V.-- v Altant amr, J. J. v..Cw to bo a haimv lot and I only wish I was I Jlit aot there an fairly yelled, how nty pa rebelled; one of them, though thcro'll como our You'd think they had a mule corralled. time somo day and our otilcers say wo When pa got 'nlahjatcd. will bo on transports inside of 20 days. They tore ra'a ahlrt clean OS hit tack an ep'lled I want to say now that 1 am not so hla Sunday coat, struck on the military as somo may An, Holy JJoce, when they aed he'd got ter ride the goat many futllo atsuppose, desplto tho He ataggered back agin the wall an then begun beforo tempts I made for ter ay. de'd success. I was lust simply willing to An when they let ole till! In pa fainted a way I endure tho privations of a eoldler's They rolled pa up an down the room, an then come life, willing to face tho bullets of the You'd when heter are to roll Ma tjee that pa'a Mm think foe and tho fevers of n tropical cllmo to hM hail a acrew; see the world. Ou the other hand I do He wldered that the Job wua more than he antic! luted. not desplso It but like It fairly well. An "pleae to bury what wua left." whtn he got 'nlihjated. go to my liking, Everything docsnt vet I havo no grumble to mako for the I JUt rolled over en the floor aore, An laffeil until ray rite simple reason that I knew what mili TThlle pa, he pranced round an awore. tary llfo was beforo I enlisted tho secWhen he got 'niahyated. ond time, having had a foretaste In tho An when the Job at lait wua done. If my pa "bloodv 2d"(?). I assisted In tho prep wa'n't a light! aration of tho muster, organization and I bet h won't furgit right oS that 'nUhyatlon night. pay rolls of Co. IC last weeck and wo Ilia e)ea wni black an blue, an blood wua runnln days, working from from hla neee. were engaged four raga left of Mi wa'n't early morn 'til midnight. It was a They Sunday enough fer carpet do'ca; verv tedious work and much caro had. An when ma met ui at the door ahe glre a orful ahriek to bo taken In getting every word to n An atood a ilzln of pa up, too paralyaed to apeak. letter ana every number to a figure. Hut when ahe aied pa II he'd bin wajlaid an 'MMinateil, There were six of us engaged on it, lie only groaned an aed, "Oh, no. I've JUt bin ono from eaca oi mo lonowing nlshyated!" States, New' York, Maine, PennsylvanPa looked JUt like KM orlul freak ia, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. An had ter atay In bed a week. Too etltt an aore to move er apeak. I honestly believe every State and When he got 'nfshiated. Territory are represented In tbo regi Y. A l1rlnintool In IlviSalo Newe, ment. Three of the The Wlee Cmlillr.. ollicers of Co. K havo seen "service in army, one of whom was the British at Dawson City last year Many of the regiment havo seen service In Cuba, Porto Ulco or tho Philippines. Camp Mcado is all right In good weather but not eo this time of tho year. Old Penney Is too elold for a Southerner so I am anxiously awaiting the command "pull stakes" and off for tho Philippines. I am also anxiously awaiting tho joyful news that will warm the wires over the entire country roniblne.1 ma.l.ter he.de.lby the.nt.r-- ,.r.,h.7n. ......... FOF SALE. I . .....lav., Jer-e- y 1 wlnnleg awee.lake herJ.ttlVwo,l.r.'F.lr' .Shorthorn, are youna MaVvVtopllwIlhWIIdeve.. IViJee. lUrron and .hlrenoga inmv . .. .j lol new. 01 Ncinuiny and ,..r -- rile lor wfc.t , .."..i""' i.eborn,kUg.he A. 8. PRICK, ""CZ1 Viiu Surgeon um -.m-..- with Ihn llHMt .- ,J'', " -- Dentist, 0) $& 5Hffie 2 In the (Iw.ley MISSJEVF.IWN TAKDIF, Tho SoamstrosB. FlttliiK a Plain and Fnahlonahle fcwlng Cutting nnd Waler Work il !eillly We guarantee everything M 1' Held ..'m.rente,. ,..., Ky. ..,,. Stanford, Offlea- W. S. BBAZLBY, 1). D. S., by Mr. K. Mcllorla' Drug hlor Hulldlug UtucaHter, Ky. Tooth Extracted Without Pain With Vllnlliiil Air. I'liJ.lim In attend-ant- ! e. SPRING HILL STOCK FARM lOUSALF.. OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. ! Office) In the New TliomMin llulldlng 't Ifnotaoldptlvat.lv. bidder on w,wlllll tothe hlgbct I would like to tnkn option on good fnrii. In Mticoln County. For term nml pnrttcu-laraidd- rr WM. I.AMMiHAI', IvrlRor, Ky. j FRITH HOTEL. rrcjrutcr., II. CaTi.CHAM. Wednesday, Nov. Tlielllu. lrai Nunerlea elter everilhlng fer orchard, lawn and girden Full .to. k of dull end Jon uragH., .hi.I1 frultv, and a.re ornamental tree. reitlo7..1l well witere.1, .hrul and everything aepl la aurb an clilill.ti a'ndhe -- a. cl.teny n,l menu We employ no agent". lwerlpllve rata H F llu 1 wva !V'ie on application to Uvlngtm. Ky Telephone IT ""- - .,, ve.iawe u... ian.1 h. have aiareil no pain. i. -. Ilia Ihelanil,i' and ll cnvenlee.t i.iitiTw.iKIlloe. ail Mall Iht lu.,.rJve"eo,'. con.T.t lfeeding rattle, and ' wltr..c"ueVly'"rlVl bemlol well-lei,.- ,,', 15111 4 i,in n ll.yle cmnly tnll'a fnm TREES.TREES gra, t. raAu:;s:o, AT DEPOT. DRODHEAD, KY. Ibat lletel n the iiKMintali... rate ronilderrd. I'mtera ineel all tralaa. f tal allealron la traveling mtn Aniiiriitl. I.AMlltau lllllt'kt.NHlKOr. C'AKlLr.MAN. ..( :opirc:i'wt.hw.nd,i.Lw".-"taroi " '. 1 ,..!, i.ii ':' '"" " - There inr..."..... : ssv. ,c.-iil- dd ran '". '" ..... .i .n.ll.w.. anThe dwelling I. a i,k u ..muf Ian.1. lY: ' '"tfl" "nl "".",'.; le.1 .n.t kin f, LIVERY, FEED AND BALE 8TABLE, KENTUCKY DANVILLE, llorM- - b. G. ro:r Art-.- ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Company In the World. SK ' er2Ohuhel.ofeet i large hall.. :unfall...g.up,l,l.o jor al and Mule rcutluiitly on hand nnd at all time. Largeat I'lro tu.uranro baW...;l under wholej .n'dllla"w"ya I ver i n ke I In .pleodid repair III. culllva ed . de and fouVinlleaclthe within of Le'nVuckr"" Danville the mnlainlug centreImprovement., and the a acVrw lj ing .lon.t.!e. ."d ,b. 1M ! barn. iiinllone.l. will t !eTher cr le,r.tly, according to the bid whl.h "Bl I "" '5T Tbe bouw coal originally 112 imi, "' DR. R. COLDSTGIN. Barbee & Castleman, . Of So. oil Fourth Louisville, - Kentucky, the Manager. Southern Uencral USICer. Columbia llulldlnp;. Iniula. tM) l.vllle, Ky. ' HVtViif l high grille aeahi bVofcrii It noKold Ufore. a- lW M.tnorn Heifer .11 nr.d to lUUter I'- Vjenne" lt?XZi H. St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Fri day, Doc. 1st, RS'JSS of'fm.ng impleiu...... l!t ii riiinj our Jay ill Zjtt Ziamlso. :.nd Aljat'.ei. fricA month THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL I.otiiNvlllc, Ky., The miMt Ol&tiei Sc'.e&tlSc.lly centrally located and only next Tuesday night bringing tho Information that the people have won the day In Old Kentucky over tho united rads, traitors, pDps, trusts and combinesthe llesh and tho dovil. I do not fear tho result If tho democracy will only assert Itself by Turning out on masse and exercise tho highest given to man by voting the democratic ticket. per-oatl- AKTEll J OUt MIF5F.S. New Yorls Journal. tit for market gardener, cou.l.tlngof IVtalo and I. no, n! 1 More, al-- PII2ST-CLS- S Prom Ilonton. of Cuurae. "You have a .heart of stone:" he exclaimed bitterly. "Your Intentions mny be kind," she answered Icily, "but the laugtinge In which your wnrnlng Is expressed Ib 111 chosen. You mean, I take It, that your diagnosis detects symptoms of cardiac Clahknce Coleman. l'AIN Tlic Compounding MeniclneH. la d.ice wilt absolute accuracy ot in our CIIAVHKKLAIN'S ( UHE3 OTHKUS, WHY NOT YOU? HAl.M My wifo has been using Chamberlain's 1'aln Balm, with good results, for a lame houl(ler thnt has pained her continually inr nine vears. Wo havo tried all kinds of medlclni anil doctors without reciiv. and the quality of all tiros used Is of n ing any benefit from any of them. Ono very high graife. of this The physician's surcft- in tho treat- day wo saw an advertkciuent which cases U dependent on the iiLMlicinu and thnucl.t of tryim; It. ment of difficult She jiurity and frdahncas of the drug. Have we did with the best of satisfaction. Iih orders tilled hero und the.lrosult will has used only one bottlo and her shoulder Adom-i- i I.. .Mim.ktt, Is altno.t well. be highly satisfactory. Mmuliehter.X II. Fnrsalo by Craig A (J )iue to ee Un. Hocker " mw presowitiov hepatmi:nt Penny's Drug Store. Tho Phillpplnu Island group, lying oil the southern coast of Asia, between p longitude 120 ant) 130 and latlludo and 20 approximately, numbers about 2,000 Islands, gro.il und sinull, In a land at.d sea urea of 1,200 miles of latlludo and 2,100 miles of longitude The uetual land area Is ubout 120,000 Ml lure miles. m j.c.cctiAy TJNDERXAKBR! And Dealer in V ASX7Z38, SADDLIEY, STANFORD, KY. Capital elock.HIOO.U'iO. Journal. Kucieaaor to The Farmer. lUnk A Tru.l Couipanj Hualltuic For Another. and under aaiu manageiueut coljlliiu- TllANKSaiVINU IIOLIDAYS, 1800. vu.ly for TJ YVara. "I should think after that widow had via the C II. & been married twlco sho would want to Greatly reduced rales D, Ity. Tickets sold on Nov, 20th und take a rest." "Hut when she Is married Is tho only :i0ih, limited to D.o. 1st for return Ask jour nearest C. II AV D. agent for tlmo sho has for a rest." Detroit Free full particulars regarding tho time of Press. Hoping auch bualneea relalloua will prove mutually beuetlilal aud plraaaut.l trains and rules. A far Fetched InuMglnatlon. DIUKCTOUSI.o Gabber Is always discussIlluks IllSMAIlCK'S I HON NKUVi; William., g ludoiul. ing tho merits of tho noble rod tnan. Waa the reault of bl tplendld health. Jinks Yes, bo thinks ho knows all J.J.J, ti. Ow.ley, Br , table will aud trauiendoua energy are not fuuud William (looch, where btouiaih, Urer, Kldneya and llowela are about them Just because bo swings InA. W. Carpenter. out of order. If you want IbeMijuillllee tud the W. it.Cuiuiulua, in it they brlug, uw Dr. Klug'a New UU I'illa. dian clubs. Judy, J.E l.ynu.Bhanki They dt'elop erery power of bralo aud body, dufS. II. ly lie at 1'ruuy.a Drug Olore. Suburban Talcs. J. F. Caan, J. u. Owal.r. "Out our way tho beat has baked tit Gov. Candler, of Georgia, pardoned apples on tbo trees." OI FICHU: Day Adventlst, who bad "Well, our cow has been giving boil- , II, Shank., I'realdeut;' fcC. a Seventh been sentenced to six months' Imprised custard right along." Chicago J.U.Ow.l.y.U.hlcr; W. M. llilglit, Aaat. lihler. onment for working on the Sabbath. m HIS LIl'UW.tisMtVl.li. Mr J I LlllT.a prominent fliliru of llannl- li i 'to . ljtrlv li.d a wuiiiUrful ileliT.-raiicfrom a fiUhtful lieatli lutrllluifullt hewya: "1 wa 14K7U win, iyjiiiui'1 re.rr, iiui rn idiu ueuiuu ma. My lungt bwuiue hardened. 1 a m weak I Nutlilint helped lie. oiiMu'lum ill up In 1 eXMCeil to njin dUof Cuntuiupllon, when 1 lirarlofDr Klug'aNew Hlxo.ery, due bottle jae ureal relief I continued 10 uwill, aud now em He'laud atrung, I can't ur too tuuch In lta pralw ' Tula nuriilum inlllue lathe aureat aud iiuliteat cure In the world for all Throat ami Luui: Trouble. Itrgular aUro M (vnta aid II, Trial laitlln inw at IVnny'a Drug btore; every bottle guaranteed. ll. One block from the prlnrtpnl ehuppili); district nud two blocks ftotn tho thtie Splendid Accommodation. principal theatre'. mid Hiiltdiur Well. ! Cloe to Plrt-c-l 42 earn p.ii (he iloor Id all p.rta o lttte Heaxinuble, Film Water. neat nnd clean. the City. We wWi to announco to the public 'of petrifaction." Washington Star. Stanford and surrounding country that we have put in a lull line of To all of mv customer for their llliernl Specific. ymeiiU anil liojw. uml pnrapt "How about tho hip pockets)" asked DRY GOOD & will they will continue a I have a Anil we are still In tlio lend and ulwij the tailor. otlon. FlrHt-Clas- H lw Willi low price, on Ilrv tHla, "Am to the hip pockets, sah," answered the gcntlemau from Clay comity, "I I'lOtlllllg And am iwtler prepared than ever Initio Shoos, want tho left one made quart size nud wora lor iiiem. rurnWIilug (iootU. We the right ono seven shooter size, sah." i.'idlVaiiilicnl' our line at retail for In. .ell even tiling lu Chicago Tribune. Ky. tlmn Mimo innri'li'iiiU cm buy wbol.wule. J. H. CREER, III" paper ami Wo do not tukii big .pace to nuu" in'ik A MllKKeella e lilpn. n.lvertiiti like otlien. lo "I guess Jim Is iiogotlatlug for mi- - think Unit they Onty the lie! I companion rrprcccnled. Sldlala CIIICAI' I other diamond." I nitiirli-solicited. l' -com to their store thwj Hut when tliey MIW. U. D. KIMl'SON, l'ror.. "What makes you think so?" Wo iilvertlo llilln. hm IE. II. MAIIONY, Ael, Stanford. It "I taw lit tn stnndlng In a doorway findhavo UilTurunt. Cotim mid eo u wo 11k InUuvciatint. : under a sign which rends. (!las put In ami toil will tludnu will do Ju.t li.it I CiiucaHtcr, Plain claim to do. llememlicr tho Uiieket BUirn while you wait." Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Dealer. l'orters tablo. Kverytliing b' meet nil traitis. ,tiro the riiiittlKlitH. TIIK "Hist!" whispered the villain, creeping ptcultiill.v across tho stage. nncTiiicom ovcnip !'S ILs South.rn Muiua.1 Invcsimenl Company "Yes; 1 expected you would be," the heroine. Ky. You take jour Wheat und t'orn lo Morrla And n murmur of applause trickled Of I'FXirriiATF.s shop lu Win. Iiaunherty down from the gallery. Chicago News. 1'rcii' uml gel lu oachaugo Flour unU In felHiifnrd Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. EIGHT GREAT STATES Meal. You cm ulo buy Flour, Meul. A Marl, of huicrlorlt. FttU. Ac. chwiHr ut Ilrun, Ulilcki-, Kentucky. Virginia, Oeorcla "Wherein does iiiaii differ from the my plucu than uny win ro lu town. A trlul North aud houth Curollua, exchatiK will lw We lay Whlls YeaJLlve. all ask. I beilovu lower iinlmalsir" asked the professor. U eoodI thing for farmermyuml I Alabama. .MK.Ilpi. Old Lino Tij Whon You Sis. Hes- u And the youth answered without nml full weight. My gooda trunniellon U IH itation; from Huddirar' HOUK18 IShO. ld In living lieneflla. Over fltOifiO "He can ride u bicycle." Washing, Mills und nro Our twlfi)o ltewrve audi Hurplua Telephono o OS. ton Star. He t ween LouUvlllo ani thu fouth Agent, IIAltNKS WHAIIKN, laleaof liar. ut Terme madi known on day ol !aie. Halo begina all! o'clock. ( , ,XAU ,v 2.l BEHZLEY GRAB ORCHARD, HOTEL. KENTUCKY. Hotel In the city muklrif; a"- - W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., S2. 3i.T. RACKET STORL lct i am th:itb:fuii dorse Slioer, Stnnford. NOTIONS FIRE, LIFE & Boots. Hats; Cops, 111 .OOI3DE3STT INSURANCE. Mason Hotel Il.l Kentucky. souttiern Railway Just Litoa Mill. chip-stui- Lexington, r. Tcnn-Mco- pli-tlc- '';' 1 IllK-r-a- l aios Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS Kach wnybetweeuLoularllleaad W. A. TUHK, lulliunte 1'rlriitln. Do you remember Jim Thonio Do I? Why. ho was my best ft lend at college. I almost bit his our off onco In a football game. New York lUlvlus? Lincoln County National Bank. Mauford, Ky SMITH HOMAN. tveay , laratiigton, Ky, Ial Leilngtun ejjfwmajyi U. 1". A., Wuahluitlou, I). O. V. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. I. ml. vlll j, Ky Solioits Your Bank Z.OTJZBVZLZ.. Aooount, H. C. RUPLEY. The Merchant Tailor, Stanpokd, Ky., a, omcACo, rrains Morning and Evening from Un Ion Station, 10th and Droadwsy. l'assenu'er dctirinK Information and rates to VUcoulii. Minnesota. Cvebraaka ind points in tho far West, iucludlng should addri'M Frank In Recclvlujc Ills Sprlutf & Hummer Goodw. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call J. ltced, Oen. Pass. Agt , . H. llacon, Dis. 1'aM. Agt, Oen Vat W.ll. McDoel, Vlco.Pres. Charles II. Rockwell Traffio Mgr