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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 17, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899111701_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: November 17, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JpSHFfcTwSSw "nj1" w ' yHPSS " ' iWim hi. .sfWWT V W 'f OWNHS SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11. HEWS OF THE VICINAGE, d Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ItBV. GBO.O. HAUNKS 17. 1899, 9 A M. NO. 75 "retires early" child tf Wllllnin Ti:M.8 A four ycnr-olof Margin, died Irom the efOrltton. fects of burns received a low day pie- perjury, consumption. Willis Smith was shot and killed by Hevcrly Jackson, In Clay counlv. Smith was Identified with tbo Grlllln faction and shot and wounded Jackson us ho fell. Mrs. Johnson Vg, tho vonerable mother of W. W. I'Iru'i former prcsl dent and owner of tho Itlcbmond and Irvlno turnpike, died at her home near AMl'HINU STOIUI'.S OK Till: KAI.I. a "Into riser," ovor a corresponding or HTAHS IN '.13 peak to tho S. B , uerois tho river NICKLV SlTt'ATKl) AT LIVINOHTOS AND FronNO to 00 trains thunder past my vlous. room dally and nightly. Monday night PltHACIIIXH TO LAIIUK AUIMKNCES alter (Jov. Hradloy has pirdoned they roused me from slumber, once or IN Till: CIIIIISTIAN CIIL'RCII. Hoylo county Kctfro sent up limory, a twice. Lut night, not once. They DKAit W.LTON:-- H was dylnjr of because bo tho "Lconldes" for J p. M behind a mountain In front of my wlndow;'and Is LANCASTER. If returned with tho morning lleht, and ho laughed, with others, nl his fright over night, which recalls tho ancient legend, o full of meaning: "Tho Devil got sick, tho Devil a saint would he: The Devil got well tho devil n saint was ho." You can't ecaron man lnlo"iichangoof mind" (reentanco metnnolai; for only Shanks, of Lin love can effect that revolution. iiiMvti.i.K. Will I recall a kindred Incident, that occoln, was with old friends In Danville Will Is now locaicu on u curred In Dayton, O.. not very Iool' yesterday. . after "Father Miller" had set a dny farm and says ho Is perfectly content-od- for the coming of tho Lord, to take HIh Mrs. L.. (J. llnnklu, a ,;reatly who lived four miles saints out of tho "Great Tribulation." woman, fm,n lvrrwlllu. died Monduy nljrht, It was not wondorful, with thu bold his TO calculations took upon u largo boJy of after a lonu Illness. She was about only the husband to Illblo readers, that a general feeling of years old and left uucaalne- porvndoJ tbo whoto commuo Tho Freeman mojrn her lo-- s. nity. It Is u dim memory, of a half company business bus been mov Junction City nnd forgottou nt, now; but It was a very oito Danville Irom pungout reality, thon. Numbers put on Is cow located In tho new Harding while "atcenMon robes," In readiness Advocate. bulldlnc. t'i "go up." It was genuralty supposed To whom ItTuy OONCBIlN- -I that tbo Sivlor' aiiprarnnce would havo played ull letrtttmnto productions occ.ir at night, a the preporiOenu.o. of to Indi 'ale. of Faust, Including White, MorrUon, Scripture roferoi.ee Orlfllth, and othurs, and am frank tu About lo o'clock, nn Immensu ik say that Porter J. White's beautiful pucklnu estahlisbment took Are U ai portrayal and rendition of that crand tilled with the material lo inHko a scriptural lesson "Goctho's Faust" Is mlgbty hlse. The oily was as lie lit. if dny, Thu auinlt rung Iriuinplianil) ; tho best slugcd and most artistic o of tho weird drama ever in my tho dinners shrlokel convuUlvolv: for me." uml children ran Into thu streets houso. "White Is Respectfully, John C. Crump, owner crj lug and wrlnglntr their hands Panand manager Crump's Theater, Col- demonium relgued, until It was found to bo "only a Ure't of extraordinary umbus, Ind. proK)rllon. Then the "sinners" smilLancaster, Tuesday, Nov. -- Uli. " m ed ieuurlngly ; tho saints looked silly, tiresldont of tho anil dUrobcd: und buslntss went on, J. H. Weatover, Kentucky Press Association, has ap- nexi day, as uaiiiil. Hut foracood while pointed tho following delegates to at- it was a aoro rtibject with man, who tend tho next annual meeting of tho had been caught In u "blue funk," and National lCdltorlal Association, which couldn't deny It. I forget now whether inceis in New Orleans Id February: .1. l was scared, or only "deeply interest M.Allen, Cynthlana; J. It. Williams, ed." Probably tho former. Hut I cun Warsaw; Harry Sommcrs, Kllzaboth-townever forgot thu wild oxcilement of Henry K. Woolfolk, Danville; that night scene I recall It, to "point Harry Mork'anlleld; Charles Mart, u moral." Header, don't forget that Tandy, l'uducah; J. W. Vreeland, Lou- the "real thing" may bo not far off. I isville; CM. Lewis, Shelby vllle, and urn neither alarmist nor prophet; but Howling Robert B Mornln-siar- , this "dispensation," undoubtedly, Is Green. Hearing Its cloe; tho world, as ut presIt will not lo n surp'Kc to any who are ent arranged, Is "rocking on a uurti out axle;'' tbo Lord's coming may bo very nl all familiar illi the guoil iualiltei ol Cough Remedy, to know near; und I am suro ll Is appropriate for Chamberlain's that people evrj where tako plrnMire in each oue to bo "taking stock," and relaltiiK llivir experience in tho UhO of llndlug out, certainly, whether tho) lire thai splendid medicine and in telling of ready lo go up "light enough tolly" the boiufit tliey liavo received from it, of or wbuliiur, In "buying und sol. lug; had colds ll has cured, of threatened at- planting und building; marrying and tacks of pneumonia ll has averted and of giving In marrlago;" (nil Innocent the children it has saved from attacks of things, In themselves) tboy havo be croup and whoopliiK cough It is n jsntnd, come so engrossed, that they hau Inca For sale by Craig A. pacitated themselves to "nicotiho Lord cood medicine in tno ulr," uud must needs uj "lull." iloikcr ilul I don't sit down to sermonize, Near Curruthsvlllo. Mo, Charlos only to tell you bow I urn getting along reason In Llvlngstou. l'earman, wlio hud for Admlrubly, thai k you. becomo uncry with u family named Tho two services already held liavo went to I'oo's lent with a double-barrell- been with "paclcod" audiences, someI'oo, shotgun und llrcd botti bar- thing llko "old limes." I um preachrels Into tho tent, striking and danger- ing iu tho "Christian" church. I haw ously wounding seven out of thu family oltcn culled lliom "Cumpbullitcs," but of nine, One small child was killed In- I shall in future, fur thu saku of this stantly, ono hus slnco dlud nnd tho Livingston church, give thu name they mottor Is not exacted to live. like best. It Is tbo llrst Christianity In tho concrete, thai I havo encountertOKCANIU lUtl'lTIUSb AiKnud, lul hkln rruioui rul life of Jojr ed for u long whllo lit "Old Ky." I llucklrii's Aiulni hapecurra thaui) alaoOM, llvo In hope that church doors, now unami lurr Son, I Inn, Ikilla, trluni. Com,. Warn, Cull, UrulaM, llurua, Kcalilt, Chawd der closo lock and key, may ono day ll.o.U, I'lillMalut. lint 1'llai union railh Uritra uut I'amaaiiJ Aili.a. Only iW rtuta s box. Cure open and bid "my gospel" wplcouio; Ituaranlrnl. Sold by lVnuy, Drulil. but It seems "afar off" now, and I may a. m bo In heaven bo fore the cold ChristianTwo men uud two women talked and ity of tho present may glvo wuy to tho laughed so much during tho pcrfor-man- co A Queen," Id warm Christianity of tbo future: but It of "More Than will come. Tho choir of tho Chrlstiun Now York Thursday night, that Miss furnishes tbo singing, that had tho curtain rung down, church Arthur greatly enlivens our services. Uut It and cumo to tho front of tho stago and makes mo think of Mario and hor publicly asked them to leave tho who wero little orgun: whllo I am unspeakably Tho offenders, theatro. gratiful to thu dear friends who havo eoatoJ In a box, hastily left tho bouso, volunteered to conduct thU, utmost in I.UNU IIIIIITATION. disposable part of religious services. I am al tbo Dillon Ilotol. an imposIs tho forerunner to eonauuiptton. Dr. will cure It, and ing structure of throo stories, near the Hell's give such strength tu tlio luugs that a cough Itockcastlo river, where all that kindor a cold will not settle there. Twenty Bvo ness on tho part of host and hostess can ?euttat l'snny's - Drugstore. do, Is donu to make mo comfortable. a a U an older sister of Mrs. D. Surgent, of Chester, Mm. Dillon Miss Anolo Coffey, who so kindly, with ber husVt., housekcopor at Hucker Ha'1, tho band, entertained mo In Stanford last young ladles' dormitory of Georgetown as thu result of an acci- wook. In fact this Is "Sister Coffey's College, died mcetlog," as I told bor before leaving, dent, she having beon tbrowc from a and whatever good come from it, sho wagon by a runaway team and her epiuo may havo tbo joy of knowing that ber weeks ago. Injured several Instrumentality brought It about a a I am lalrly Intoxicated, breathing Tbo wets carried Greenup county by onco more this mountain air. The sun 33 unjorlty. be-lurur-nlturpro-duetlwo-mon: ed Ituu-tiln- Hlchmond. Alox. Fisher, who was Indicted at the present term of court at Manches. tcr, became Intoxicated and drew his pistol on tho jail guards and troublo seemed imminent, but ho Anally and was jailed. That nlfhl Tlshor, brother of Alex, and u Jesse man named Chandler picked tho lock on tho Manchester jail and tnaJo their escape Fisher was confined for currying deadly wcaons, disturbing pubawalt-lti- K lic worship, Ac. Chandler was trial for burglary. put In an hppcaranco lust night, thov wero Invisible to us, by reason of a heavv mist that obscured even tho moon, now nearlng Its "full." 1 am old enough to remember tho wonderful meteoric display of 'IB, and an Incident of ll that made an Indelible Impression on my memory. Vy father was living In Lancaster then, nnd an old gentleman across tbo street, who had ofton ventilated sceptical notions, thought tho "day of Judgment" had corao." Ho sent for father, In hot haste, to hold u prayer meeting at his bouse. I needn't add that his furnish it pleading lullaby to this "gos pel tramp " Bvcr In Jesus. "IlltO. IlARNKS." Joe Huffman, colored, has gone to tho soldier's homo at Danville, HI It Is rumored that there will be 'a1 contest hero in tbo legislative raco II F Hudson and son, Shirley, nro visiting rotative- In Fort Scott, Kas. Miss Nellie, tho beautiful daughter of A. H Drown, and Mr. Isaac Nuylor were married on Tuesday. A chrysanthemum show will bo given toulk'ht, Thursday. Jn Masonic lodge, ut Olc" Paint Lick, by the htdltV mis- our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. The Meteoric Showers Which will lake p aco will be no comparison to Jr, Livingston, Nov. " MT. 15. VERHOH. THE FALL IN PRICES Which we will oflcr. Our Knllre Stock Must bo Reduced and Hro Mills bc?an a p.otractcd meet' Ing at thu Christian church Monday evening, to continue two weeks. Mrs. M. C. Miller Is very sick. Miss Ida May Adams hat been sick, but Is now better. Mr. L M. Houk, who has been sick for some time, is worse. Mr. J. J. Ping closes hts school on tho rith of December, with a modul contest. Mrs. W. A Hrown, of Parksvllle, Is visiting relatives at this place. Our people had an Intellectual treat at the court house on Inst Tuesday eve ning. The Danville members of tho board of trustees of our collegium in stltutc wero here und agreed to address us on "Bducatlon." The meeting wus called to order by C. C. Williams, who after a few appropriate remarks, Introduced tho Hon. John W. Yurkus. us "one of Kentucky's greatest lawyers and most worthy sons." Tho speaker dwelt In tho moot eloquent terms on the march of ltitellectuul progress und the inabilities of tho mountaluk iwlnted out thu William Tells, the bea con lights of history tbo products of tho mountains. Mr, Yorkos doted by Intioduolng Dr. Roberts, tho president of Centre College, who. In an earnest nnd most pleasing manner, recounted the advantages of an edueiUlor, and urged our ieoplo to lend a bolplng hand to tho school In our raids'; that while some of us might not be blosscd with all tbo earthly uoods wo may wlsu, yet urged us to remembur thai thu gieut hfuufautors of our raco bad spruug from the humble walks of life Thu chair then called on Mr. J. A Cheek, who replied In a brief but hap py manner. To suy that tbo largo audlenco enjoyed tuo speeches is put- ling It mildly. sionary roeletv. SenHior Farrls suvs that he wunts to go lo Frankfort, hut Is ulrald to no through us Judgo Durham hue on war paint. f ho grip Is going the rounds here and people In good health arc suddenly seized with u cough, a general aching und feverish sensations. I havo accepted an Invitation to dine with Mrs. U. D. Simpson Thnnkeglvlng und I will get a bettor dlnnor thun I have hud for a long time. The combination of Roscoo and Holland's und Richard and Prlngle's minstrels will appear al tho opera house on Nov. 2J. They carry two brass bands and run two palaco cars. Tho evangelistic services conducted by Revs J G. How und J. C. Mussee at tno H.tptlst church are drawing good crowds and considerable Interest is manifested Prcuchlng ut 10 a. si. und 7 NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Good Clothing, Hats and Shoes, Best Line of Overcoats in the State. Suits oiiubs fctiiu. underwear. Cleaned and Pressed. Co.. J. L. Frohman & THB GLOBB, 'Phone 136, Danville. ! : NEW GOODS Of All Kinds For : 9 v. SI. "McKINKEYr" George M. Combest, who bought out tho drug business of F. M. Ware, has rooted J. T. Mcklnney's property on the corner of Main und Stanford streets and moved his slock In ll. J. II. Van- hoolc, In whoso houso tho business wus formerly conducted, will likely till his storo room with somo other lino of goods. A few days ago a fulrly well dressed young man called ut tho home of M. F. Ryun, one of Lincoln county's very besi citizens, whoo home, ever open to those even in seeming need, or distress, Is only u couple of miles from this place, rnd asked for food. He was recognized us tho same man who culled suverul mouths ugo ucd made a like request. Ou both occasions he was bountifully fed. Ills lust call was mudo lato In the afternoon and us It wus u cool day with prospects of a still cooler night, Mr. Run, out ol tho kindness of his heart, extended an Involution to his guost to spend tho night with him and occupy u comfortable, bed Instead of luklng the chances of conti acting pneumonia by u night's exposuru to the open ulr. Tho invltutlon wusipolltely, und, sfMumliigly gratefully, uccepted. The stranger was assigned a good room and a comfortablo bed and tho family retired In other apartments. The next muinlng when Mr. Ryau went to after thu comfort of his guest, ho found thu stranger hud quietly ilcp.it between two lights und with him had gone Mr. Ryun's bcsti suit of clothes, which hud been left In the stranger's room. Mr. Rvun says ho is of the opinion that tho young man bus not gouo to Sunduy School, as ho took tbo precaution to leave a lesson quarterly mat was carried In tho coat pocket. USKD 11Y lro t-- cd 111UT1SH SOLDIBUS AFJtICA. IN C. (I. Dennlson is well known all over Africa ascomuiandcr of the forces that captured Ihe famous rebel Gallsbo Under date of Nov, 4, 18U7, from Vry burg llechuanalund, lie writes: "Ileforu start ing on the lat campaign I bought a dipt. quantity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lleniedy, which I used my. self when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and in every case It proved most beneficial." For sale by Craig A Hocker. a ma Tho city undertaker of Memphis was arrested at St. Louis and four of bis trunks containing corpses were seized. Ho confessed that ho has for somo time mado a regular business of dealing in John Holtzclaw, aged 30 years, died on Sunday of typhoid fever. Tbo remains wens burled on Monduy ul the Ashlock burying ground. Iiu wus a worthy mun and was u favorite amorg his neighbors. White's Faust will bo produced at tho now opura house on Tuesday, Nov. 21. Thu creat Hewer spectacle, tho the electrical effects and the moral lessou taught muko It ono of the inotl compline and attractive production in America. Judgo Hurnsldo and tho magistrate bought a plow for ditching und grading tariiplkesatJilfi. It tears up oil beds of lock und dirt on tbo sides of tho roud and moves them to tho center. Squire Myers says that ll will do tho work of 40 hands. O. R. Conjer, of Lexington, furnished it. My estimate of tho entire Statu vote, given somo time ago, will be approximately correct and it will be next to the lurgesl volo ever cast. Mr. Goebul Is elected und the democruts should bo on tho ulert to prevent his being counted out, us bu would give us u better administration than any wo- - have bad for u long time. Mr Splllraan Rlggs lectured on "Musical Fits and Mlstits," on Tuesday night, and tbo largo crowd In attendance was delighted with his humor. Tho program wus varied und attractive, tho music, by Mr. Klmbrougb, also eliciting frequent applause. The public will bo glad to learn that Prof. u bu engaged him to return on Deo 21st, when his subject will bo, "The Funny Sldo of Llfo." I note the robuko offered by my friend, Hon. F. F. Dobbin, in your last Issue, In reference to ray opposition to tho nomination of Mr. Ilryan for tbo presidency. There are nono bettor lilted than he, and I would support him If nominated, for It Is that I uover bolt. My position is in keeping with democratic policy for u uuurtor of u century or more. Wo nominated a Now York nnd an Indiana man when wo won. If this policy had not been adhered to somo of Kentucky's great men might havo been recognized, und Mr. Uobblttandl might havo somo hope. I only stated an existing fact, which I deplore, as tbo unfortunato deplore thu fuel that a limb must bo amputated or thut nauscutlng medlciuo must bo tuken for tho good of tho entire body. As congestion destroys tho humun system, so tho excesslvo How of weulth to tho Bast thrcutuns National destruction, but It can not now bo avoided. Nebraska Is too fur from tho center of population to furnish a president. under present conditions. I am opposed to "iuo monopolies, the trusts and hlirh tariff robbers,"and wo can select a man In lino with the party, who lives In tho right locality to be elected, and then elect blm. This Is better than sufferlug defeat. This Is tho only logical view of tho situation, as It has been for years, and a contrary view is tho de parture. 'I hen the "hub of tho universe und tho unlvorso Itself" will stay In lino In National races. Tbesestate- menu uro submitted for deliberate consideration and not for tho enthus iast. N oltber party has olectcd a president sluco tho war without Now York. uayes was not olected, tbouch ho served. Pat-lersuwell-kno- I Men, Women and Children. Yoiijliculd that ray store is headquarters for I Dry Goods, Cloaks, Capes, Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, &c. JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This is now the most up. to dte Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been recently equipped with the marvelous AtiHstigmai Lenses; tho now discovery in optict'. sclenco I wish to say to the I.ailie thut Ha8l9fte88eBM89 ' THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received large stock of tho very batest Designs Dc-I.i- r) JVJouldigs. Patterns never sold In this locality beforo have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. Among tho lot is tbo New French "Fleur mouldings specially for suitable delicate pictures. Embroidered Mala, Fieuch Water Colors, nnd all pictures that n dainty frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo will save you money. y2A Third Street Opposite Tost Office, Danville, Ky. Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal Full Cream Cheese, Macearoni, Apple Butter and Honey. Sole agents Cor Chase it Sanborn's Celebrated Coffee. Try our Climax Lard, beat in tovn. Phone Xo. 10 for any of above. NEW You will likeil HIGQINS & McKINNBY. tfJTTry Grape Nuts. The Compounding medicines. accuracy DK PA KTM KNT ot in our Is done with absolute Pit ESOIII I'TION' IJBUj and the quality of all drugs used is of a vory high grade. The physician's success In the treat- ment ot didicult cases Is dependent ou the purity ana Irestmess oi,.the drugs, Havo his orders filled hero and tberesult will be highly satisfactory. Come to See Ut. Penny's Drug Store. Four Fast Trains TO... ASWLZ2 Toledo, Detroit MICHIOAN AND CANADA lB III IIISMAUCK'S IKON NKUVK ruaiilt nf kt. ..t III - ... POINTS . UMin 4 trains svery vretaxtty, 3 trains on Sunday, Pullman an J Wtgncr Stetpcrs on night tralua. Vcallbulcd Cars ou day Iralm. "stills." TU KAUbK. ourofonkr. KINU OV AM, MUDS, Iffim waul vi....i-- . lliawquallllaa r..1"' nu. ii. wr power f ."B a iiaw uia nil. ,nJ 0 ljruuatl'cuuy,al)rugtiar, ,ium -7- ? ihav l.rl.i.. '. " OsMtop a '' Lq iy sa a pj noted (or IU keen sight, clear and dls- ..,-- . Andrew Carnpnln niTuu ... i tluct vlaloa. So are those persons who use Butuerland's Eagle Eye Salvsfor weak eyes 000 for a public library. at Newport. If ,. .. . a AAA styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated jrwr is vuiun jor iu Bold at Penny's Drug Store. lids. 0 train Yry week-ds- f 4 trains on SunJay TilWIAIIJlPfllJS ! . .j KnzSrT TiCUABO VcatlbulcJ tralua. Standard sod Compartment Slttplng Cart, I'atlor Csra, and Caft Dining Cart. nTm'KW7' g rtWW? ' Andrew Carnegie has ollered tho The Central Kceord moves that both fiction SI2.",000 to bo used In Ooobcl Hnd Ta)lor be declared out of city of Loulsvlllo and O l Wallace, tho 'contrucUn.r a tn iHrruhil.ii library. tho Knoch Arden tory laid In the toe filimud Mt In reMUpo to nquest itntilu by tlitt' year ago W. J. i.muitiiliuii candidal., wun lives u shade. Twenty-si- x Scottish Society of Louisville, provided Uarrard, bo seated as governor. Nov 17. Sq9 Gllmorc, now a business man of Kan. Stanford. Ky., tho silly no or tho city scin aside a sufficient fund for laughs si Cltv, left hi brldo of four months Judge Prvor press at that he Intends maintaining It A lax levy of nboul th homo and In their llttlo Kansas us member of the Stato Board ono cent must be mado by the city, and W. P. WALTON. n sailor. Uo was nover heard of to resign CommUslouoi und says u tho different organizations of the city after till recontly, when learning that ol Electionon ln tho subject with tbe bark will send representatives to thu few thing 14 BIG STORES his former wife wns a dressmaker in 14 BIG STORES January to huve nn nctpafcd Tin:nc Is nothing now to report Covington, ho camo thither and they ou them. Hopkinsvitlo, about tho State election and tho pros- wero reinarrleil, tho wife having mar Thero Is a probability, based on tho permitting n city to make such a levy. MndlSonvlllo, Owonsboro, pect Is that until tho Stato election rled under tho nitppoiltlon thut GIN rotmusso far receiveu, iuu. aujiu- UND AND STOCK. commissioners meet, which will bo not mnro Sholbyvlllo .n ...m,.i 2.JO0 ahead ol Ills ticket andrnii dead, and beeomo a widow. Morgunflod. later than Dec. L and decide tho num- The daughter born to Mrs. (SHmoro af. eveu taklug tho false figures of thu reFor Sale. II yearlings. J. C. Hays, Bnrdstowrii Clnrkflvlllo. Tenn. tho suspense will not be mo rest oi Crab Orchard. erous contests, Elkton. now the lean-!- ii.iniiiMiis tout would elect ter her first marriage Is Crtllntln Tonn. If Goebel If lift broken. Mr. Goebel has a clear pluralJ. K. Christian has bought about Vorsnlllo8, lmlv in 'Courted In Couit," and Is tne democratic ticket Ky. ity of tho uncontested vote and wo aro 2,200 turkeys at tic on fool. Mt. Storling. out bo a very promising actrcs Of the slid to ....... ! ' t' ii.mn., Uiiiiler. Nelson county J, W. Perrln has bought several lots cutu it m l,. iWlnred elected. enSho Is 0 yeaM of ago and her contested votes Taylor has about an forced nbienco from the marriago of cUr'k, and II. Bacon, editor of the Nel- of new corn ut il.Vi, delivered. niml .ilnrnlltv. The State board Is their at J.C Hays sold lo Slid Anderson 28 sho has never seen, was son lUcord, havo instructed n.rfi.ln in take eocnlzarce of tho frau ils her father, strange torneys to Institute actions lor rnwi yearlings at ilfl 50. tho only drawback to this very on.i iniimiil.itlnn In Knox nnd in other Robert Adams bought In Boyle and und S2o,000 damages each ugutnst the stDry. rellec-tlocounties, where It was so pronounced Marlon a bunch of yearlings ut 4e. Loulsvlllo Post ror vlilalious Judue Tonfv, ofLoulsvllle, who nn.l mnv throw the vote of all of their upon them In connection with thu I. s. Phillips sold to o. Morgan a of out. Taylor Is seeking to have the courts seems to bo playing into the hands ballots. bunch of 1,000 ound cattle at 3c. sending printing of the the republicans, was fining and compel the Nelson county commisby J. A. Estos has rented the Guorgo T. t. ...... ..r .1- .- ..i.... Let's see: Henderson counvy, mu r.,ii,..nlil.t.li..iiu. and iln- - milxlantial laving .... n hiiv wi nir iiviiM i. ..,...-.- .. art sioners rovlse tho returns and declare men to Jail (or disregarding his order hnmu of Jobu Young Brown, gave Goe- - MeKobcrts farm advertised In this pa our. customers on purrta- - mail hero are never for ttfn. Our dal.y ollerinct Inspectors to the K..i .. m...-county, per. ... I . . I. ...... f... till the votes cast for V. P.Taylor for him. to admit Brownie .... ...... SMK s IUVI v .i " muioiltv:acott order-,- i IA.I full of Interct lo the economical purchaser mm iu"o pr"imr.i The only thing for people to do now polls, when the court of appeals Bedell Chancellor l delivering u lot will prove .. mIp iinolhtT bl shipment 'f the homo of BUI Owens, guvo Goebel We hnvc mil doubly Inle rcMlng souls In peace nn igu i,i, m.inaUt. nrnhtbltincr, him from ..111 ia m nu0 thi-l- r l ...,..., neurly 200 more thun it gave Bryun: nf corn to J. 11. lUughman .V Co. nt uri.lt for tho meeting of tho State making any further orders of any kind Washington wunty, wnero i.u.i.ik Jl.75. Kn.i Thorn U no dancer that th in the cases until a permanent writ ui inn Judge John W. Hughe, of Morear, w.i reared. ond Marlon, do violence t prohibition shall be heard and deter eminent gentlemen will the county of his adoption, both rolled sold to Clcl Coleman S:i steers nt lie their own consciences and to tho re- - mined by tho court. Two of tho repub "I majorities for Goebel; und .'12 hogs ut :ic. publican party, by doing anything that Hcan judges of tho appellate court volhom 0, TBcoduio Tho Paris Kcntucklan reports sales LU ? pO thev should not and ltl.1 foolish to get ed for the order. Judge Uurnam alone I1..II...,, ..mi 1.1.11 of Goeoel. gave a ma of H exporters, 1,325 pounds, ut 6.10 Ilt.nt. M.ltnn tlniilitn P.l.w. '1 Inrll.x lnlllf. .Wl'l'II 00 lllfll. CO lar mill Ul of road and make silly threats, that scare dissenting beeauso ho thought the jortty of about U.400 for Goebel, and so nnd unother lot at I 00. nicely trimmed with for l W Itluck A.tnikan dpi. front and collsr nicely trlw . no one and which nre not made with court hnd no jurisdiction in me mauer. lino. 11 iuuik Foil Sale 75 l.OOO to 1,100 pound hhhI in fur, Imttom trimmed lu braid, prlcrtl.00 Black Double leaver enpe, 2' -'tho intention of carrying them out. Judge Toney. who was beginning to ol these catllo, good quality, and 1,000 bales of Inches long, I00.inch sweep, collar and top of cape nicely trimmed will- - brnlil and Meanwhile if any individual republi- think ho was the wholo thing, had somo nn..i.u nf nurltv In every county in hay. Josh Jones, Stanford. IiicIim long, M) Inch iwcon. Velvet fur, made without waiu, only 11.73 can wants 10 fight he can, wo opine, of the egotism knocked out of him and Kentucky Goebel's majority would hovo 10 good, large yearling mules, well plaid trimming, collar trimmed with fur, Iwttoiu and front nicely trimmed with lirld find a democrat to accommodate him, hn Immnrtlatelv recalled tho ordcr been 100,000 or more. uiasgow iuns. bred and good colors for sale. James and jet, price only H 03. so if they do not mean business, let sending certain persons to jail. Dr. P. P. Trueheart sends us a Kan- Langdon, Science Hilt, Ky. says: Tho day them keep a close watch on ther Scott Hudson, of Lexington, bought Is worthy of noto that all of tho sas City Times which mouths. sources tho trotter Eagtc Flannlgan for $2,100 ttirnnu made durinc and since tho cam ufinr oloctlon. from repjbllcan The action of Judge Brown In com- paign have been made by republicans. the news was sent broadcast over the at tho Hedges A Seamen sale at New pelling the election commissioners of As a rule democrats havo kept cool, land that the populists Und democrats York. county At a public salo In Bourbon county a Knox county to certify the vote of the but they don't propose to stand every hml .wnin snowed under In tho With cane nlcclv trimmed with fur. age tt to 12, LIS to l. Women's, men', ami .. iklrn handed outrage, tniUg rr.1 umsuiufc nt n fmif nnipnnllt coutcsts throughout tho State, mat the few days ugo, 400 bushels of wheal sold county wa a high vi u Xiie children's Pndcrnenr. Krery Item a genuine money navor. Women's tV cents and a lot of hemp seed sold 's which 19 severely censured by demo- republican's noses would havo a most republicans bad mado sweeping ainj for r gnrmnu Vests ami l'snts. nicely finished, Instead oIWlc Hie price 's fair minded men. It snlutnrv effect and some of them ...nil n.i ihn "nnldeiit's policy hud been ut W cents. gnrment. crats and other Kibl.nl Ve.ts, silk llnt.hed, instead of 35c wir price U 26e J W. Glvcns orders his luiier sent upproved oy tho people of Kansas." gave tho county commissioners abso- wear them If they do not mind. Union SuIh, u!c'y fml.hc.l, taped neck, our price 25o. Men's Heavy Itan-loaii ihianlMmlni'dld very well for a to Lexlngtoa, Miss., where he has gone Mixed Sliirtu and Drawers nicely finished, Inn'cn.l of lite a gsmicnl. our price iVxi. lutely no discretion and robbed them patting THE republican papers are day or so, but now the facts are making with a cur load of horses ho bought In of all their powers, but Judge Brown Eiltor Turner, of tho Mt. Sterling it ridiculous Tho olllclul ngure- - snow this county at i'-- to S100. can't act so ' flcety" with the State Do.nnprat. and calling him tho "bully that throughout the Suite the fusion-lst- s M. J. Farris sold to Hudson Bros, a board, we aro glad to say. Hon. James judgo's action boy with the glass eye" for throwing won victories of tho most decisive bunch of army mules at $53 and to n D. Black says that tho admitting that Taylor sort. Tho republican "gains" havo Pennsylvania buyer another bunch of and tbe tactics of the republican lead- up his tall and fact is determin dwindled across tho lino Into losses, mules at SOS. Mr. Farris also sold to were the most shameful ever wit- is elected, beforo the ers evidently wont on nan Lee .V Knox live big mules ut S05. Mr. Striod blue and IlroHii Shlrls and Drwer,slU finished, sild" everywhere at 75c, fusion forces aro jubilant. nessed by the people of that section of ed. Turner source ho is and tho BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Farris bought of D. N. Prewltt two our price jer garment I Jo. The alxive is only a few nriicU-- i c think leerve spectho State. Tho commissioners were cocked. Praise from tho basest libel shoals at I!o nice loads of proceeding quietly with tbelr work getting it Is worse than tho Wo carry in connection with theo a lari;o and complete line of Dry ial mention Tho town of Troy, Kas., was almott Advocate. without Intimation to anyono of what and Mimes" Jacket nt price that can not Ik-- dupll-catc- d Good., Clothing, Shoos, and the other wiped out by fire. Tun Louisville Post At T. - and W. II. Llllard's sale they Intended to do in tho matter of republican papers are still howling elsewhere. Curd Lowry, county clerk of Jessa- Wednesday the farm was withdrawn at throwing out votes, when tbe repubTaylor Is elected, wben everyoouy mine, died of consumption. county that $00 and was only ollered as a whole, a licans sent runners all over the knows that It Is a lie. Mr. Goebel Is Fire destroyed several tobacco facto- lot of high grado Shorthorn ho'fers to bring In a mob to Intimidate them, elected on the face of tho returns nnd Danville, Va. Loss JOO.OOO. brought $25 to $30, 12 feeders sold at and bad their circuit judge come over when all the fraudulent votes aro weed ries at wcro "wrecked on the ."Mi, 21yearlln2at3.s0, 12 mules at from London and issue a mandamus ed out hU majority will be away up in coast of Japan and 0 lives were lost. $75 to $115, jacks at JtVJ to $2ill. No compelling, not tho counting of the thousands. A report comes from Natal mat uen. horses, the farming implements nor of all tho votes tho votes of all parties, but was Joubert, the Boer commander, & feed were offered. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. cast for republican candidates. Such killed in battle. Cobb A: Llllard's sale of Shorthorns usurpation of authority Is as disgraceIn manufacturers, was u great success. A good crowd atTho official count of tho vote A sjndlcate of cigar ful as It is sure to bo rebuked. T.I) KVNBY, Manager Maryland gives Smith, dera., for gov with 810,000,000 capital, is being organ- tended and tho 43 head averaged nearly Journal, ernor, a plurality of 12,121 IN a letter to the Courier ized In New York. 8150, tho aggregato being $0,135. The W. H. Ilai'liind. democrat, on tho A bust of the famous poet, Edgar highest priced animal was Ottawa Kosc President Milton H. Smith, of tbo V) Louisville .t Nashville railroad, says face of the returns by tho official count, Poo, has been unveiled at the Univer V., by Gwynno Duke, which wont to that his company "has not controlled, wins tho legislative race In Je!Ieron sity of Virginia. Col. Dan L Moore, of Harrodsburg, and docs not control, any nowspaper county by ono vote. Over 100,000 banana trees were oe- for $130. Mooro bought u if umber of Honest Election stroved by tho hurricane in Jamaica others ut high prices. F. K. Trlbblo in tbe State; that It has not published The gave $105 for Eglrn La-.- , $115 for 2d at any time owned, or had any interest Leaguo ut Louisville bus Issued a call and that fruit will be higher. CI I' Uollu Commander and 81)15 for Bottle In. anv newsiianer. cither as bond or foraij.OOO subscription to prosccuto An lillMt dlilllurv of 100 gallons per Sharon. A W Carpenter got Lucy V stockholder, or creditor; that no officer, election violators. day capacity discovered In Now York Harrington for $175, G. S. Shelby on the City by revenue men was broken up. representing the There was a sensutlonal report Huron Frances L ut $130, Young e company has written, or prompted at jiiO. K C of Lexington that Jack Chlnn A cablegram from Mnnlla announces Crulknhitnk ?:.". Hooker Caut. Stone ut $50, F P. Blsh thing for publication in any newspaper had killed Senator C. J. Bronbton, but tbo death of Maj John A. Loan, op bought P. W Hardin for $50 und J in tho State during the pending cam turned out to bo untrue. of the :Wd leglmont. He was killed in li. Fiwler Woodlawn at $10 palgn, except three communications, Tho commissioners on mandate of action. .. : two signed by tho chairman of the the court certified tho Knox county The cruiser Charleston, which wus .m lor hoard and one bv tho president." Mr, votn tnhn'J. lir.forTavloranu doln" patrol duty on tne norwiem Mi Smith does not nay that his road has Goebel, a Taylor plurality of 1,3'j coast of Luzon, was wrecked ou a reel IIIU for n K'iiIkIiIs of I'jr tlilin Hull lo tx' support of cer count gives Nov. 7. All on board were saved. by tliu not contributed to the built ut I'lltaliurg will Ihi Pulaski county's official will be 0kmiiI riiiiiraltli'u tain newspapers, without outsldo sup- Taylor 1,510. Contests In five precincts Fire at Glasgow destroyed Poynler s uniliTMlt'iu'dXuv 20. 1'J" uirl I'litua ami lit iiihiii mi port, one at least would have long since will bo counted before tho Stato com- llour mill, elevator und other buildings, liml ly ililrmlni; lliu rom. gono to tho wall. But since Goebel is missioners. Three hundred majorities including the residence of Dr. K. H. inllltuut l'liubure. Ky. J. W. IIArlTIN. elected and will be Inaugurated, it Is aro utlected. H lnfantw' Soft Shoes, tlilldrtn'n Dies Mines Grlnsteud, causing a loss of 415,000. Was never In Mnnfunl II. IIItlNTON. ',i I'oiniiilttt'i Allegheny county. Now York's coun Smith, a convict, was stabbed a matter of a much Importance as Aim.tr not and School Hhne", Lndies' turm nnd welt si les, llj;lit,v.elKhl calf sllns, ty board of commissioners will havo and instantly killed by Squlro Hlbler, It might huve been. Old l.adlth' WiMiUlined Mhk., Kiilihers to tit tlicm all In the I'rankiort pen. House And Lot Bank one soldier vole to count. It comes a fellow-conviIs Till: excitement over tho election from Manila und tho vole will cott the Both uro colored und both were sent up dying out gradually and wo huven't county $10,000. I II. lll ll ! .uMI' Jwllou .m M.m.l.r, from Loulsvlllo. Im Cuuutjr Courlilj), Hie lluf UmI Idtt nf .'' heard of a single fool pretending to It has been decided to call tho ratof the treasury has iu.lrl Tho secretury iri I on .inK Main MnH in Munt'til,iimiiii. aitil l.y r IIimiw mwUIiii mvmi want to wado In blood, for a week. The ional republican committee to meet at his readiness to buy S25,- Alwi'j .lir.i uf story that Gov. Bradley has surrounded Wushlrgton Friduy, Dec. l.'i, to select utinounced bonds of 1001 and 11)07 at tho liailni.lil fll iinvm!iit Stik i L'uiiniy N.liminl lUuk of 000,000 W A IIAII.,Ailmr .M I' Hail , Is denied and was himself with a guard the place and time of holding thu next market price to relievo tho monoy never believed by thoso who know tho National convention. stringency In New Yoik. to thu ArtZHNTED governor. With roforenco They do not seem to havo takun u Nov. 22 has been sot u tho date for weeding tho democharge thut ho Is wi:i:k. great deal of interest in Pulaski In tho mustering out the 1st Tennessee regithis crat from the military company at election. Tho Parugon saa that 812 will end tho service lin Wuuld nilvlm' all wlio wunt liikull llit'lr Frankfort, tho governor said It was lesi votes were cust than In the presi- ment. With this of Slate troops en- t iirUuin on tliii llrt Market to Mill IliN of tho lust regiment f iUe, that before the election thu comIn 1600. u want IliN wn will likely gut ull dential election wi'iki'in listed during tho Spanish war. pany's ranks became depicted and an wt'uk for TlianltKKhlnK, uml tlieu will A deputy United Stitos marshal one of tho best until thu.Xinus mnrLit 0wn. Wu urn p.ty- otljrl to muster it to thu full quota was arrested Wllla Vlley, chairman of the Col. W. J. Murphy, been Iul' u t'uiilH per lxiuiiil lor ciioicu hiock service, has unsuccessful. Thu members of thu Fayetto county domocratle committee, railroad men In tho J. K. CllltlSTIAN munuger of tho Cin company thereupon asked that It bo on a charge of refusing and falling to appointed generul o was superinHiwlul i:nj;u(,'uiiu'iit uf out of service, and tho gov- conduct an election and hu will be tried cinnati Southern, lie o mustered tendent of tho Lexington division. o ernor eajs that Is what ho Is now do- before it U. S. court. WHITE, MR. PORTER Adolnh Folth, tho superintendent ol o ing, instead of preparing to call them Tho "purlilcatlonlsts say they voted Hnrmun Protestant orphan asylum ut Into service, as -- 8ported. Aivompiiilul by for "honest elections," but they uro o Clnolnnatl, committed suicide und thus the' republican Intimida- .Infnnlml till! mill Clf lUStlCO. Hi' WUS o MISS OLGA VERNE. THE Lexington Huruld prints the practic charged with debuohlnf tho orpimn o FOKllly story that Mr. Goobul' support- tion, force and fraud thut was o huve In girls. ers are fast leaving him on account of ed on election day, and which , Fine-Stationeryo muthods ho creased In their Intensity since tho Near OI1C ty, Ky . lioorge. wuv, a tho extreme aid o election. Owunsboro Messenger. oil Albert James' ullngs to In order to uhange the returns half breed Indian, out o Judge Tarvln, at Covington, deliver- head with un ux Jamus boarded at L'uoipletv new so as to favor himself. It furthur say bi'i'iierv by W. U. Huiivi-y- . nf &.C, vrruiid jury Ni'W The o that hu rarely Is seen outsldo his own ed u vigorous charge t'J thu mllltlu und Dovo's homu and was uocused by tho outfitVurU currli'i)mutta traveling ilulrk-H- i presence of etur lv o room ut Frankfort, and very few of bis concerning tho murdorer ot criminal Intlmaoy with iieulullv iIcdIkiuiI untl ciinnlriwli'il nmii.int liy Hie marshals lu that city on Dovo's wife. o MIm I'.lixtrliiil I ii, 1'uillhiily prixi'iit'lnp uloccst friends aro even admitted thero. Pnltoil Status o Ho ald this was conon uucount of thu election day printing uontruut for tho tlu fiiMiiwhiK orlgliml iITi'CIk Tho Stato It Is reMirted thut The Ituliinf rire." law and for tho parposu of Inoooooo noxt two years was let Tuesday by tho severe strain of tho pal few weeks, trary to TIim Kliietrlcul Hwnnl Iluol,'-Tifluencing election, and urged that thu Khvlrle I'lre I'lles." Goebel U on tho verge of nervous prosboard to the Kecoid Printing CompaTim Kluctrle Mnrs," parties resonslblu for ll should bo In- ny, of Bardstown, Ky Tho rate of d tration. Of course this I u The i:it'trlc I'luwer HeJ." Iron FViicv. (Jyprt'bH Shingle lie, munufuutured out of wholo uluth dicted. compensation Is to be .12 per oant. of Tim Kli'OlrlC MortiliiK (llotlw.' and Is no boiler fur being told by u Percy liuly, secretary of tho demoTh- - Klivlrle Noekrtre." pretended follower uf the meek und cratic Statu committees ut Frankfort, tho schedule, which was $1. Tlio ItlM'lrli- - Olrcle nf I'lrt-.- ' Through u mistake In train order, or lowly Xiuarlnu, who has broken other Is weurlng u uuw gold waloh chain, It Tim Kleclrle mull." At , CenTun Command men ts In parts of thu TokuIIht with Klectrlo Owl.. tnuki uml was given to him Wednesday by u u disregard of tho same, Illinois iheiHb. uuuy otlu r wvlril uml ilntmull.' niri.u. his day boidov Frankfort republican with whom he tral und Henderson route passenger had u bet on the election of u governor. Pleasure Uldgo TOSBV ought to bo democrat "Goebel will bo tho next governor," trains collided near Jl'DUE meu were hurt, but Mill Work. Metal Hoofing. 4.nnu!h to know that tho peoplu will lui tulil Wpiliuiiiluv. "and I mleht us Purk. Flvo train Nov. 21. ull.tho passeugers escapad Injury. not tolcrato government by Injunction, i well pay you now." Is stranger than That JOURNAL) has Just truth wruln demonstrated beon THE INTERIOR THE - Mnil-Goe- Louisville Store. Ellinbothtown. Coorgctown. Stanford. Leglt-Uttire"- ni OFFICE AND 7REHOUSE, LOUISiZlLLG. us Excellence In Quality - ... rcllol .. i,..,.. """"' ,.d Ladies' Capes At RemarkablyLow Prices. C. 'O ".-; '" -- t It ' t Children's Jackets r-'-jo r .... ." .w..., lllbll ....-menWo-men- Iflen'sEfasticRibbedUnderw'r I- essels "T-Tv- The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY CO.. Proprietors. I .LADIEl I 1 ll. Ko-eo- 1 Jr. FOOTWEAR I A TO CONTRACTORS. l, I I Completer Stock I I I 5 Stok. J 1 jt Ijii.-iiIi- I Styles the Latest, Prices the I Lowest, Quality the Best. I I I 1 TURKEYS I I H. J. M'ROBERTS. CO TO -- i ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo J. M'Roberts, tl)e Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, o bare-faue- d FAXXST o At The Lowest Cash Prices. ooooooooooooooooQooooooooooooo buro-fucc- A.aSIB, STANFORD, KY". Luiicustcr Opera, House, Tuestliiy, -- 5aiiifei!e5 "SJlT a:r-'- i r- - - yjf rra,5eEir','51' " i, ''" S "trf-syw;7- ) - X1riV ifi - iV - rV"" f" i.'rtiT- - f- -' .;- - T-'- w- THE INTERIOR - JOURNALg""""s-r" ' Jt'ftT received n oar loid of llftorlng, celling and llnlshlng. AC. Sine. Stanford. Ky., E. C. - Nov. 17, 1899 lotion In .MIC. .Inm.l ll,n tha South ami has raturncil. uonnil his wlfmiro both sick. TllUHMONi), of Harron who rented tho Irwin fartm will arrive next week to take charge. S. C. KOIIItltT FllMStKl. lllll mil. Walton, IluHi.siai Manaokh. county, u. .NOltro.V CltAKT, managing editor Tilt: best iiuIitihU combined with care.. kill and accuracy insure good' ( The Southern Lexlng results. No other mcthoda oro over used In our prescription work. Penny ton, wai hero with Rev. s. M. Rankin. MlHHCllnm.MA.'i, of Danville, spent Uruu Sto-- e. several day with hi cousin, Kowiin Saulloy, nnd a many evenings with hi PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. pretty sweetheart. Mils. W. M. Ilitirr nnd on have Thurston, of NeDlt. It. A. JoNlts attended tho "Pov-ertl- o from Cincinnati Lola Pearman, a IN order to reduce our stock, will braska, and Ml Party'' given by tho Christian Joi: Nnvifs l now miller at DuJdor-ar'- s Pndoavor society, of tear-her-, were married In Hustonvllle, In soil hay at a very close price for tho Dlx River Roller MM. Mr. Charlo Wheeler's establishment next fow week. J. II, H.iughmun ft Wnhlngton City. AltTIIUIt L. Cautkic nnd prutty brldo last night Horace Nicholson, of Marlon, nnd und says moro than 100 pco Co. ..- - is returned from Louttvillo yesterday. .mibs worn Hello Myers, tho pretty pie enjoyed tho novel entertainment, .'- - TmtltY uro opun IlliAliY und ready daughter of J. D. Myers, of FltANK IIot.TXCt.AW loaves today tho West to servo you. They cordially solicit n Knd, wcro mnrriod for a business trip to St. Joseph, Mo. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. nt the bride's homo share of your patronage, gunranteolng Wednesday Die. U. J. Ultow.s Is ut Ilrodboud Ni;V jewelry at Hamilton's. good good at thu very lowest prlcoa. enjoying it hunt with Dr. l'oruy Hon-toA check for t2.",000, u deed to a hou.n g Tolephono N'o. "I when you want worth 81.W0, nod other gifts valued at Go to Dalton for good witch work. in their lluu. MILS. M. C. Hl'itNRiliK paid her sub. about i, ,000, wore presented to John S. LtNISof finest, Candles nt Warron A; sarlptlon to this p.ipor yesterday to Tin: now mail route to McKlnncy took Stoll and M Is .Vellle Scott, who wore Shanks'. May III, 1102. our paper to nil point In the Weal married nt Lexington Thursday. J. W. Hamh.to.v, tho elovur clerk of Foil JACK, n Mls Katello Strelt. plalntllT In a phaeton ony. II. K. Knd Tuosdity, making a great Improvetha Garrard circuit court, was here ut Wcurcn .V Cincinnati breach of promise ment for u. Tho puper I now dallvei Son. court this week. cd In nearly every pari of the county case, is understood to havo received Micri. Anna D. Vasaicrhalu. of I'oit siilu or rent, the hoiiso I live In. a few hour after It Is printed. .V),000 to drop tho suit, from tho Hnrrodsburg, Is with her daughter, Miss r.k-oiC. Ueasley. Louis Schmidt, city chemist. I WlM, have my stock of goods open Mrs. II.J.McIlobcrta. J. L. Sylvester, of Michigan, aid SlIlNuMis, Flooring, Siding nnd and ready for you tomorrow, Saturday, Mrs. Mlts. T. I). ItANUYand little daugh-tcSalllc Uethel, of Christian county, nnd you oro cordially Invited to call Koto Daviess, are visiting Mrs. Colllnjj In stock. A. C. Sine. were married In .'10 minute after they and Inspect It und get my prices, Max Sutlngcr In Louisville. met for tbo first time. They courted STB.VouitAi'ilY nnd typewriting done which will bo n low. If not lower, by letter, after she Mlts CBOitoi: It. Wkaickn nnd little ut reasonable- rules at this ollleo. had nnawored hla than the lowest. Remember the placo daughter, Josephine, left yesterday to th old Myers House oftlcc. 1 want advertisement. Join Her husband at Paducah. Kr.i:i' the ould out. I will fit up your Sherley Johnson and Miss I'llcn J. Thomas Dai'oiikkty, who moved window und doors with weuthor strips. uh Kinds of country produce at tho both of Clay county, were marhighest market price. Dexter Hallou. hla family to Marlon county a yeur or A C. Sine. ried in Louisville. Thn groom handed so ago, has come back to Lincoln to Tin: circuit court, Tuesday, tackled the magistrate a 50 cent niece fur Sam:. Tom Cecil bought of Judge nnr. live. the suit of tho Commonwealth vs. J. T. forming tho ceremony, but e, F. S. Tuttla his that olllcer resldcncu Hackley for trepasslng on Missus lti:i.i..v Aicn'OMi, of Lnncat tho farm of declined it with thank. tor, nnd Lucy Pennington, of Crab Or- and livery stable ai Junction City for hla half brother, A. M. Fcland, but 2,2S0. James Monroe, the alleged bigamist chard, nro tho guest of Miss Alllo the latter failed to muke out n case ind and swindler, who was arrested In o Pish. Judgo gave peremptory Instruction Lr.vt S. Kt.DKic, u opiiluryoung man thn and who is charged with having Mlt. A. P. Pt'UDOt! orders his p.ipor of Crub Orchard, will open n grocery to acquit. 42 wives, was taken to Rochester, N. sent to Ilrodhead, where ha has moved. store In tho Egbert storo-rooNelson Andorson, for horse stcaltr.?, In that V. The police already have the names The Hubble people gave him up re- town In a fow days. and Allen Duty, for robbory. plead of 2d women who suy they were mar. luctantly. guilty nnd got two and llvo year re- - rled to and victimized by Monroe. Til Kill; will he an enjoyable .Mlt. A. II. SnVKICANCi: Is bore from SnOCtiVl.lv. Roth An. Vni.pni.J i.nil l.ntl. , ... .,. ..,,, .j ..u ....... ..,. . . given for tho benefit of the stole from their raco. Jesse Hendersonvlllu, N. C , to remain sevClarkson. . '" V "fuml(;t'e, of St. Charles, Mo., wife, who In Cincin- Maccabees ill Junction City tonight. for running from the grand Jury, wa m,vortlscd for we und among tho eral months. Ills Go and holp a good enuc. WB" ,,ne 'rm Mr" l'CrlIna K nati, will Join him shortly. Until 1 and costs, tho latter amounting . "widow of Centrnlla, nnd this Mlts. J. P. GllAY and family will Makinu Whisky W. H. Travlor to We. K. S. Arnold, who sued tho p0"00 ' , u"covor' leave soon to join Mr. Gray ut Plomu-toMrs. Downey Uiwnof StunfordforJIO.OOO for estub-- i , begun making whisky yesterday ut his Ala., where ho is working for tha Kdgowoixl .DUCB wcro 0oro and rcar distillery and will continue ll.hlng a pest house for smallpox no I. .V N. Somerset Parugon. ncchborhood, und were tlents near his home, had hi ca-- e do- - , , until hu makes about 2,000 barrels. Mlt. ANU.MKH. R C. IlOCKIIIt and aLlluinince. inoy began to court murred out of court. Kmlly Sehmltr, ' little daughter, Juno McCord, of StanMiss Lii.uk. daughter of Mr. Geo. who throw a vessel of slop on a mon, la a"n"t "nd, I,lsl wuek thy we rr ' The bMa ha8 becn one lwco ford, ure visiting at Mr. Mark Phelps' W. RllTe, Jr., died ut 12 o'clock Wed- compromised on n line of 81.. and cots. f in the county Richmond Climax. nesday of typhoid fever, aged 15. Sho The grand Jury returned Indictment. ' r"; Die. J. II. OWSM'.Y und Mr. J. Fleeco wasnlovolv and promising girl und against Denn Smith for carrying -l ISH.-- At S:;i0 Wednesday Robinson left yesterday for Columbus, muca sympathy Is felt for tho bereav- ceale.1 weapons, Sao, Garrett. bouse.,",;e",n?Ial,I1ho bomo of Mr3' M- IIenrl IJ" FUh and M''- (tit., tho former to visit tils son, V.. P. ed. Tho burial wa In Hustonvllle John Land, petit larceny.Joo ,', ', tor HaIIou wc, made one, Elder Joseph Owsley and tho latter to spend the Cemetery at 2 ! M yesterday. shooting nt train. Craig . winter. Haugh, assault and battery, Crlt Smith, n,,,,0' ,atucr of tu2 Uroom, olllcluting TilK Centra Collogu Glee Club will inallcliiii Ahnntin.. in o abort but imprcsslvo ceremonv. GlM. M. Cooi'Kic leaves Sunday for nnri u.....n.iin Huntington, W. Vu., where he hu se- entertain und the ladles of tho Presby- len Doty, robbery, Rud HnrrUl ho'rso'?113 Tevl Carlcnter, a niece of tho bride, wa maid of honor and Mr. Em cured u Hsltlon us traveling salesman terian church will glvo nn oyster sup- stealing Sam Garrett accused of breaking In est Warren boot man. After the cere for tho largo dry good llrm of Illggs, per at Hustonvllle on the night of the 21th for the bencllt of tho church. to tho housoof W. W. White wu ac raony and hearty congratulations a Watson fc Co to entortalnmunt 2jc; to quitted yesterday, Tho court then "'Vuly supper was served in six course Huston-vlll- e, Admission Mus. Aiuii.ia Woods, of took up the damage suit of Mary S in the beuutlfully decorated dining telephoned us that hor little supper li nnd 2To. room. The bride, who was attired In a niece. Willie Denton, daughter of Mr. Mlt. WlM. SKVitKANCK has runted Walls, wlfo of Richard Walls, against blue cloth dress and carand Mrs. W. II. Denton, of Lexington, tho storo-roo- m now occupied by II. K. Squlro W. A. CoiTov lor making an Inried whlto chrysanthemums, is tho decent assault on her. Mr. Co if ey died a few day since. ' Wuarun fc Son, and will movo his stock In hi testimony thut ho only youngest of a family of handsome worn Mil. P. II. Fibsikokic, miiniifer of thereto Jan. 1. It I understood thut the new Opera House at Lancaster, Dexter Rallou will take unu of tho iiiiuio a proKul uftor arrangements en and is as popular as she Is attract was hero yesterday advertising the room vuuated by Mr. Sovorance.whlch had been made for him to meet the ive. Mr. Hallou is a lino joung man woman. Tlio plalntllT I represented ar.d begin hi married lifo us a meropening of the building on tho 'Jlst, will leuvo tho othor for rent. by Harding and Vuroon arid tho de chant, being now engaged In opening when "Pnust" will hold the boanl. stock In a room in tho Somk excitement wu created among fendant by Hill ft MeRoberts. W. G. upuj-rocorW. A. Carson has moved Into the housa opKslte John II. Mershon's and tho boy Wednesday, when U. S. Mar- Welch and R. C. Wurren. Iloth sides Myers House building, und In which Judge W. K. Viirnon occupies the shal W. T. Shori came hero and sum- hud furnished tho testimony In chief his friends predict lor him murked suchouse ho vacated. Mr. John ICngle-ma- n moned (J. II. Cooter, Sidney Dunbar, when court adjourned last evening cess. Mrs. M. C. Williams und Mrs. will movo to the Phillip property Aden Klgnov, Geo. I). Hopper und and after possibly some rebutting evi- Dr. J. G. Carpenter assisted Mrs. Fish Wallace li Varnon to appear beforo dence this morning, tho argument in th;- preparations, which another Judge Varnon left. proof that everything was handsomely Mlt. and Mits. I)i:xti:ic IlAi.t.of the 17 S. grand Jury ut Louisville on will begin. The grand jury had served the limit done. For tho present Mr. and Mrs were given u reception ut Kid. Joseph the 17th, to testify with reference to of six duys. but tho'court extended the Hallou will llvo ut Mr. Fish's and Hallon's last night, where n numlor of election Irregularities. tlmo two duys and It will meet ugaln hero's hoping thuir honeymoon will their frleuds enjoyed the hospitality I.KCTL'ltK Contsr. Mr. i: II. Ileuz- - Monday. never set, eleIs noted for. A most that homo Icv hu engaged Walton's Oora House HlKK llAUOIIMAN. Mis Alyce gant repast wu partaken of. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. for u lecture course nnd will present Uaughman. tho handsome duughter of Miss .Mattii; Paxton, who has suf- Splllmun Riggs, lecturer, Impersonator Iilshop II. C. Morrison ha moved tho late Honry Uaughman, und Mr. fered agonies from netirulgln of tho opand solo whistler, Doe. 20; tho Western from Atlanta to Louisville to Loul Newman lllrk, of Oweniboro, live. tic nerved for two weeks, Is much lm Stars In concert and enterluinmunt William Waldorf Astor ha given wore married at the homo of tho bride' proved und the doctors suy that tho 21; "Tho I'nole Josh Picture Play $25,000 toward Jan tho fund for Red Cros brother, J. W.. Ranchman, at 10 sight will not be Impaired. Ml Del. Co," Feb. 7 und Dr. Wlllets, orator, work In South Africa. o'clock Wednosduy morning. Eld. F tic I 'it x to n has tilled her pluee In tho scholar und wit, March 10th. Eld. Daniel Somnor, of Indianapolis, W. Allen outdated and only members collcgo faculty during her sister's Illness. (tOOi)Cow.- - Juiler George Dullard will preach ut the court house Sunday of the family and u fow friends were present It wu the first Intention of W, Rici: IlAititis, editor of thoXIch-olusvlll- u hu the bo cow of the county. Resides at 11, .'land il.ao o'clock. John Todd, of Todd' Point, Iowa, the participants to marry at the Gall e, DeiniKirut, und C. W. furnishing an ample supply of milk und of Hurrodsburg, are sending butter for hi large family uud from 10 killed himself because hu wus turned House, Louisville, but Monday they de- elded to unite their destinies ut the old tho week with It. P. Khcvmukor and to 20 prisoners, Mrs. Del lord occulon out of church for drunkenness. "Uncle" Joe Hoper's meeting ut homestead. Promptly at tho hour trying their luck on Lincoln and Casey ally has butter tosell. Another county county quail. Win. Vundoveor, of the olllcer hu four cow and very frequent- Southern Presbyterian church, Mt. named, Dr. Phillips, of Owensboro.and Miss Dora Uaughman, sister of tho Mercer Nat'l Hunk, Hurrodsburg, ly ha to buy butter. Mr. De Hold's Sterling, closed with 15 additions. Rev. N. G. Terry, Glusgow, has bap- bride, entered tho spacious parlor, also In this county hunting ijuall with cow I ii d Jersey and give u tized 1, 100 converts, married .100 coup- which wus prettily decorated with W. H. Wright. hi futher-In-luhigh us seven gallons of milk u duy. . les und conducted ubouttfoO funerals. chrysanthemums and other Mowers, und Ouoitdi: K. Stonk, tho Rev. Josoph Harlwcll, fouudcrof tho following them came tho bride and Tin: SouTllintN. The Advocate hu lawyer of Liberty, Is seen upon our streets moro often thun liero(oloie. a lolephona Interview with President church extension society of tho Meth- groom elect und tho man of God. The Tho statement that he la Just IV years J. S. Hooker, who I very enthusiastic odist church, died ut Hlughampton, ceremony wus a pretty, but short one, and uftcr congratulations were oar tho old, In which ho Is corrolxiruted by J. over the prospect of tho Southern road, N.IY. John D. Rockefeller says he will glvu guests followed Mr. und Mr. Ilirk to 1'. Itcrtrutu, I not gainsaid, as luwyera Mr. Hooker has It directly from dipt. J130.000 to tbo Rochester, N. V., Bap- the dining room, where un elogunt IlkoOeorgo Washington can not lie. Mublo ihut the Hue already surveyed u sons for believing not only feasible, but desirable. It tist Theological Seminary If the In- breakfast, nerved In courws, wu enThere uro othr re joyed. An hour was spam In discussing Cupid has turned this voting munV leuvo Stanford from tho water work stitution will raise u almllur amount. Rev. II II llihbs, of Williamsburg,' tho good thing, uftor which the huimv thoughts to lovo Montlcello Record. and goes to Hula's Well, orosse Hull's I The Lexington Herald thusduscrlbcs Gap by running around thu foot of u who ussisting Rev. J. 11. Crouch In a pair, accompanied bv Dr. Phillips, left a party given by Mlsi Mary K. Swuun-c- y knob and through two small tuanol. meeting at tho llupllst church, U u for Louisville, whore, after a short ut her homo on North Ilroudwuy In Another small tunnel Is nccossary be- clear und foralblo exioutidor of tho stay, they will go to Owonsboro to und his heurer ure both Lido. Tho bride was hundsoinolyuttlr-please- d honor of Mr. Thomas II. Shunks, of foro reaching Cox's Gap, Iroin which und edlllcd. Services are held ed In a grey iMiiilin. eleguntlv trimmed hum ford, "Progroselvo Lovo" wustho the Hue runs along Line creek to the 10:.'!U A. 51. und 7 I. M. in pissjtuenturle, uud never looked order of tho evening und uuuh young main survey, which It Intersect ut ut Rev, J. V. Updike's meeting ut tho prettier. She Is u lovely brunette, us I the tine lady a onscoticod behind u screen und Lcavoll Green. Lino creek Georgetown Chrlstlun church closed amiable u sho Is populur, und Is accomof between Rockcastle aud Pulaski coun compelled to listen to tho umour 111) additions. Tho Times says plished In u high degree. Tho groom young gentleman In turn. Then ties, Thl line Is pronounced by Ctipt. with tacit man of u most excellent uud that since 1S07 bis evangelistic work Is u prominent young birslne the vote wum tulion us to which could Mtible us being lias extended through 110 State und his town und Impressed ull with whom make lovo best und tho prize was uwurd. HulUfuctory one. The three tunnel .'10,000 people huvo united with thu he came In contact us being u gentlecd to Mr S. M. Kusdull. To secure u uontemplutcd put together ure not over chinch under his ministration. man lu ull the word I m plies. Thut thu parim for supur the young luilles ,000 feet, or un average of 3X1 feet union will prove u most huppy one wo were auctioned oil "sight unseen" on each, und the highest grade Is not over MMONIAlMlnlHS". confidently believe und hope and wo 55 feet to tho mile. Mr, Hooker Is sure the rceommonuatton of tho fulr Admiral Dewey, it is said, will trans- Join their legion of friends in wishing to tho highest bidder. Delight- thut If Lincoln and lloylo put their refreshments worn survod mill a shoulders to the wheal they can easily fer thu home recently presented to him them the very bolt that this world ful by thu American peoplo to his wife. ccuru the road. most enjoyable evening spent. .......!.' J. P. Kppentlncr, of Casey, nnd Mlia Cora Adclln Sim, of this county, wcro married nt St. Aaaph Hotel yesterday. Uoi.Y pcooln made pretty nnd old A girl at New Liberty, III., pm onea made youcg nt Mlsi Sunruy' nrt a note In n bott!0 nnd threw It Into tho gallery. river. A man found it nnd married tho LAlKiRSTand prettiest llneof Qucent- - lrl. ware ever seen In Stanford at Warren Clint II. Leigh, n n newsft Shanks', paper man, will bo married on tho 22d, Don't fall to see Morro Cnatlo ar.d to Miss ChrUslo H. Pointer, of Owene-bor- o. tho Imlllu of San Juan Hill In A'arren William Hroughton, n widower of 09, ft Shanks' window. nnd .Mrs. I'erloy Fredrick, n widow of Shkiihi) rnlslns, ornngo and lemon 5li wore married at George l)olnnoi''a peel, currants, figs, citron, all froih. at yoaterday. Oeo. II. Purrls ft Co'. Senator John M. well-know- (M H. FAHBIS & nr.Ai.rB 2 CD, if , Dry Goods, Clothing-- Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Harness, &c. AH Kir)d$ of Produce Waited. Drugs, Books, Stationery, Patent Medicines, Perfumes, Guns, Amu-tio- n and Hunting Supplies, &c, go to nH i n, unj-thin- al o r, Craig & Hooker's. NOTW1THSTAND1NC The Advance In Prices We will sell you anything in our stock nt store-hous- Chl-ca?- m Actual Cost Until the entire stock is closed out. Come early. ! We have some nice goods. enter-talnme- ni .... B. K. WBARBN & SON. T"" 'l&tosssmsmmam mmsfm n, ,.,""" '"' No Wolf sg ftf J&J Story. (1 JS K "'',u- ' ..; The advance in every line of merchandise ha, already come, and if our Fall stock over wo would havo to pay 10 to 15 per cent advance. The largo stock of wo had to buy I fU tjA DRY G00D& 7L0O)inG 1 well-fitti- Ariosoes We ofier you were bought when goods were tho clieapes t, und yon are ctanil.ng in your own light by not buying early. De lay means money of your pocket. out &) j5 i Kg SEVERANCE Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. & SOWS. I gM - 1 Official Report! New lot Just In. Colors; Declares our stock of Tor-hun- Mercerized Sateens The handsomest evei shown In Stanford two-thir- Royal Purple, Blue, Green, Red, Navy, Cerise and Black. Theso are unquestionably the hot goods olfcreil for a handsome Underskirt Waist. Get your patlem while the stock is full. wull-kno- or Shirt 1 JOHN r. rut JONBS. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KV. William Shollon, President. Primary, Preparatory. Academic and Oollogl u0 Do.iartuicnU, Muse, Art, VAocn eiitiiidsiid I'hjmal (iillniu ;IWt year beglim Sept. 4th. Send for catalogue to Mlts. N A X.N' IK S. 8AUFLKV, Lady Principal. 9. ...-- - t TJgeufrilinf, etffragty. fiend For nuo-llonu- er, (hlalyut LJtMfiMjjmMifi a m x- - Ctm&mmhf s. Mm M K orr is r s rue chcpcst f M S . Mm. Wl Ml 3 n w jCgufAvillefJty. p vLj jsdtjftaariidjjytfitoi'iii nrtwn Mtm .Ufa ..U.......,. ..A1k.k .MlM.' J MIDDLE3URG, THEIHTER10R JOURNAL Entered in the leaind-da- t mailer. pott-ojlt- at Stanford at rvitllMi.m&.xi.mm3L.m.ym sixid. 3rl4swsi $1 PER YEAR CASH sopaidaia.CO will mr Wnsn not b.chartrJ M No. nut (in a. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ArrrlfM at Stanford at I'M J 10 No. 4 Leave Stanford at No. Jl ArriTM at UowlaoJ at 12:00 8.80 No.tJ Leatr Stanford at KNOXVIUE DIVISION. a. at. Dar. r. at. M. i jf ri Bo. Si Train tolas; North " " .M " " Sooth .... . IS " .11 " Forallirolnta. BO'IOH TICKETS BOLD. .. Mam 41am ..12 Mam ..IJS2pm ..11 2 READY TO SAIL FOR MANILA. Camp Meade, Pa., Nov. 10. Slnco my last communication tho soldiers of FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. tho 41st have been paid off and It took ., S.40 r. I a. V. Ttalni leave Frankfort atwith u. Aand and reach. just $30,000. Slnco then tho filthy lucre C. nM.fm ai fiannmtnvn and 10 P. x. In Pari! at 8.11 a. M. r. ..5 connecting Leave I'arli has been going to tho four winds. at ueonr. aThlSa. ii and 5:30 A a and reaching Frankfort at 9.13 French leaves and desertions have been lawn with . at. and 7.10 r v. JOSEriIK.NEWTON.A.O.P. A.' by droves, almost by hundreds. The writer was one of tho very few who soQUEEN & CRESCENT. berly answered roll call tho night after payday. PIo aud milk venders arc Train pass Jctlon City ai follows: .12 02 p m No. 2 North....4 11pm No. 1 South reaping a veritable Klondike, while 1IS0 m "4 " " Ho.! .H!m peddlers of every known eatables and " 134pm lllWm " s " N.s " S03pin "10 " Bo. .600am novelty swarm the guard lines dully. It No. 1 and 2 do not slop. 9aodl0 run no fur- Is needless to say additions had to be ther than Junction Cltr. made to the puard house, which now hives a hundred or more of tho un wary. Your correspondent managed to get a piss Wed need ay and took in liar- rUburg, visiting tho State houso und other points of Interest. Tho list regiment will be In America about one wcnk longer and then sails lor the I'niiippincs. It is staled on good authority that wo break camp on Thursday next, 10th, for New York, from whence wc sail tho ISth on the Every cough makes transport Lognn. In no event will be your throat more raw bo here longer than tho 20th. Wo will and irritable. Every probably stop a couple of days at cough congests the lining and make another short stop at membrane of your lungs. Port Said, Egypt. If the sea is calm Ceasetearing your throat the trip should be made In 52 days. and lungs in this way. I received a letter yesterday from E. Put the parts at rest and M. Keeney, formerly of Mlddlcburg, give them a chance to but now with the 3rd cavalry. One half heal. You will need some of tho letter was written nt Kolo, Jahelp to do this, and you pan, and the other half at Manila. will find it in Here's hoping that the full demo-cratiticket will bo declared elected and that Old Jo Ulackburn will be sent back to Washington and Bryan triumphantly elected in 1D00. . c IIAOUAUE CHECKED THItOUOH. For any Information enquire of JOE S. r.lCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Tho people of MlddloburR arc making preparation! for an entertainment to bo jrlven on tho cvonlnc; of the lib, by the .Mlddlobur? Academy. Miss Kubv Foelo was shot by her brother, Mack, Monday. Mock wits carelessly toying with a loaded revolv er, wben tho wcniHJti discharged, the bullet entering hit sitter's thigh. The LOW HATES. doctor as yel liavo not been able to SHOE POR WOMEN. Annual Convention National Hardlocate the bullet. Tho wound Is pain-fu- l, ware Association, Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. The Ultra shoe for women represents a but notsorlous. 1899. In a single Mrs. G. V. Drye, who has been visNational Convention Woman's nnd very small margin of profit iting relatives in Lancastor and Mt. Y. W C.Ass'n, Memphis, Tenn, Nov. pair. Your continuous patronage will amply compensate tts for selling you such Vernon, returned to hor homo Thurs 1899. n good shoe as low as f 3.50. day. MIm Eliza Kates returned this Pentecostal Alliance Convention, at You will find the same style, week from a pleasant visit to relatives Nashville, Tenn., November comfort, and goodness in every In Somerset. Mr. I'crry Wcsloy, who 1899. pair. has been sick for soma time, has resumDEAINES3 CANNOT HE Cl'KEIl ed charge of bis school. Mr. O. S. Gillette, of Indianapolis, Ind., Is the Ht local pidlratlont car. tbT cannot reach thrdl There ! only one war eawt portion of th roDamuuonai guest of his son, Fred Gillette, of this incureiicaincaa.ana mat is oy an Inflamed nmdl Drafnrnla rauwd J place. Undo Iko Cowan Is visiting lion of the mucous lining oflhe Eustachian Till. t hen this tube . eon hare relatives In foreign parts. Profs. Ogg sound or Imperfect Intianird and wben Ita Isrumbling hearing, .mlrel y and Mooro spent Saturday in the moun closed, deafness lathe lesiill.and unless the Inflammation cnl taken out and this tut restored tains In tho Interest of tho Mlddlcburg to Ita normal condition, bearing will la destroyr.1 forever; nine rases out of ten arenue.l he Catarrh, Academy. which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition ol the POSTED eiinnon nur fait.isi V II, Dye M. D. Wall. M I J. MULCHHY, Htilnl rpptewpittxtivp f Wr. (ho nnili.'rxlitiwl fnrnirra nf KIiirs.-vlll- t ntnl vicinity forbid nny burning of D Smith. V CnUDCR, HU6DELL Mpn'liantTnllon, MT c. CO, Wpt Queen & Crescent ROUTE Dun Meter. II.Hkldtnnri', Husv-IOoixH.111 nom'h. Jim Swerttpy. Itubo Unguis K.I Murplir. J A.Mnglct'ii Wm llnrt. D, I' Alfont T Walt-rw- . Muriihv. t I II. Leni-liW, M Mroka, J J Miner, I' M. Dunn W O Alforil. O I.. Ilcnslpv Wm lUMcr, W II ItmnoliN, ttH. lllcnej, V, I., McCarty Il.M CrvlRlitoti. Jump Djp. CliiPlnnatl, I) . Will illsplav Hnmplp nt Hip ft AiwiJ.lt HntPl In MAtifuril on Hid Hilt nf Etrli .Nlotttli. wnrlt. A All Btrtnonta flttpil tut mlillt Is nit ItnpiHolldlltv villi tlilsiinHoRlnf lining btistiipH. ntnl pxnmlnu lntest Oil SI Pnmplp 1'itlt nnilWIntt-r- . IMn-I- Till Mrvct. 15-1- 7, lS-i"- ), 23-2- Kentucky And Kllllnirtopty top price In cash for Rustonvillo, Chickens, FgRs. IVntlifrs. Ducks, (Hnsi-nR- , YpIIuw Hoot, llwa Wn, Turki. nil kinds, Oopprr, llrnss. Iron ntnl titlrra hliserTlresita tht ile of West Urmu Illdra of and Casse counties. Kail Uk oftAnsatidCash Ilonra. Also will 1kI 11 Hip innrket for wool, tsalvarson band I), H. CarpetiUr. Mauaaer. cpt mr prlcp Kforp selling, nnd tc Die nnd et spot rush. Cnll t my lieniiiiuitnera, at J. Illtisliurit. Itncket ftorr. It, UOIIlNsON WjIsTTEIXD J. T. SUTTON, Undertnlcur, sA JOHN c. peppi.es 1. ritndldato for Jailer nf Lincoln County tun neniocratic pir subject to thp action 01 H..1...1 ... ty. lour auniri i Miniri, DINK PARMER jour aupport. Is a rnndldatn for Jailer, ublect to tho ac tion of the democratic party, lip solicits We will cite One llunJml IoIlars for any case ofPcafneu (caused br catarrh that cannot l cur ed bj Halle Catarrh lure. bend for circulars; irre. V. J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, ;3c Hall's i'auilly Tills are the Wat. mucous surfaces m Willi ?. A. JONES, DENTIST, Sttuiford Ky. TARDIF, miss:evelvn A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Ms Demisi, Low Rates hv The Monon Route For Thanksgiving holidays tho Monon Route will sell round trip tickets to points within 150 miles, Nov. 29th itnd 30th, good returning to Dec. 1st, at n rate of a fare and a third. Further particulars on application. Address E. II. Bacon, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Tho C. & O. has put tn a system of electric "dogs" to, prevent operators from sleeping. Tho dog Is placed on tho Inside of the mil soam distance from the station and when tho flange of tho car wheel errlkes It, It sets a gong to ringing In tho operator's room, making It Impossible for lilm to sleep and fall to note tho passage of tbo train and announce It to the station ahead. Stanford, OBcsict MclloWrts' Ky.S Dru Store In tb llulldine. $ mm Owsley The Seamstress. I'lalti nnd Kashlonable fcwlng. CuttlnK nnd Water Works !t. KltllnR a eclalty W S. BEAZLEY, ). D. S., Itiicnfstcr, Ky. Tooth Extracted Without Pain Vttiltutl Air. Physician ance. In attendOfllce In Dip New Thompson HulMlnjr. ! Ultra shoes are best, because they're best way through. Hcst materials; best skilled workmanship ; bct styled ; best finish and detail possible to procure. Best price to all, I3.50. IN ALL STYLES OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. I would like to tnkp options on Rood farms Tor terms and particutn Lincoln County. WM. LANDOUAF. lars s.ddrea KrlRrr, Ky. 13 t FRITH HOTEL. r. nuucis::, AT DEPOT. DnODHEAD, KY. Drat llatei n tb MOUUUIn. I. tea ennasdetol. IVrten Meet all tralua, allesllan la Int. ellnf Men AT ONE PRICE. $'.50 pair. TREES,TREES The llliie Orass Nurseries oner eTsrttblng tor ull stork nf fraali and orchard, lawn and inrdeii 3rns1n.nl. I tree srarn. """ ''.'"" liiitn hru'iaanderervthina: srpt in sub r,,M.L U' rMM.iT no I'"" H K. Hi" lnmoni'.liioD li UiBt..D. Kr. frlrrbou i't Join II, Casti AiitniHO. I, IlHtlKtMlllsli: Olsll.lHtAN. lui, mi in x POSITION I WiNTJE. 111 H. J. McRoberts " ROYAL furm. Ilnvu litnl !S yi-nr-' ciin Rlvu pood references. Walnut Orovc, Ky desire a position overseer m .1 stook exiwrictieo mid John C. Ilronn, 7I-l- m r ft- POSTED ! for iaunds. 'l 4 sale:. ready lor B. LIVERY, FEED AND BALE STABLE. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY 3. FOX, INSURANCE COMPANY 1 Aoer's Cherry Pectoral! From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weakens; the cough disappears. Do not wait for pneumonia and consumption but cut short your cold without delay. Br. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster should be over the lungs of every person troubled with a cough. j Tho persons wIiomi unnies npxar lielovt strictly forbid tiuy hunting of itamo of any kind nt anv time of the year on their land nnd will prosecute to the full extent of the law any wno vioiuie J. II. McAlUter, Dr. Hueli Held, E. 1'. Woods. John II. Totter, I'orestus Held. S. T. Harris. S. II. A W. ll.!hank- M. S. Ilaugliman. S J. Etnliry. J. Vf. Itiiuslimnn, .1. P. Owsley. Sr., J. II. McKlnnrv. P.M. Ware, market M I two and hree year old iiullsj, now Tisi lleil of l,"W .un-- l Cattle freders. Hull Call .sborlUurnaod llrrlfunl), wrifht Horses nnd Mules ccnatnntly on liitnd nnd jor salt-- ul nil limes Largest I'lre Inauranco Cumauy World. In the DR. R. C0LDST6IN. .THE.. ll.rrilsof Corn. :w) Hales ftloTtr Hay. in Tuns Uorrr liar In Ham no J. II. OWaU.Y, at Llnroln Co. Nab Hank. Barbee &. Castleman, (3 Celebrated Eye or Specialist, Managers Southern Department. FOR SALE. It.ihil. whu ire Infou lViiro Ma jura iu 0ji-tr'- a wtnolttK l of wert heni a l the World's KIr bborthortit ar yourttf Marv'ntnpMil wllh WIMyv, iVri-- , JUrron nnd Oxford, .Suutudovual.rrit. rolandt hluannd llurkheailrtllijr o, Orner.il Uftlcers, Columbia Building, Louts (34) lsrllle. Ky. Clakence Coleman. SALE OF STOCK, CROP, &C wllbthe tnot i0Hi Ur ilraluaiif hrnrManItalile hr tiiikluK 0. coniMti--l roaJxtt-Jtty cmle alt m;iterrf auJ .ol.Uiiithir-vun,blhc- Louisville, - Kentucky, THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Fri H'iff tVtif tin Colt ing the last three months tho price HUT. W. A. BEAZLEY. Pror.. Saddle (ieldlnif. has been marked up to 2.3 cents per aud a conslatlni or Ilindets, fanning Inilemeuts, ! GRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Mower, Cutting llarniw. Plows, Wapns,Ae pound, or 810 per ton. Tho prlco of Twenty aires of Ctrn in the fcbock. in slacks of wood pulp has gono up to $23 per ton II. V. Ji,linilld Acconitnodntlous. Kurnlture. Household Wo wish to niiiiiiunca to the public Jof nnd fulnhur Well. Close Ui t from a former prico of between 811 and Terms uiadaand Klleben day known uu 11 lies !(uaonube. Due Water. 42 .Stanford and surroiiniling country llint STUV ,1U(H 810. Philadelphia Record. wc havu itit in a lull line of 1 day Dec. 1st, Two years ago tho prico of ordinary 011 Hawkins' Ilranch, 3', milts On our ptnul news printing paper was as low as 1.0 tlrturniwj one fiy 111 each monlh from btanlord, on thlrehoe, lnHlduaUr jftwKl tu! vtnl Una Ibe cents per pound, or 832 per ton. A few Coiuc Eyes Zjaalsei and Olatiis S:lesll2:ir.y tH iirrutor Kcniuckr lric want. 1899. aufltveor write (or waat you Nov. months later tae trust was formed and Aijatei. t Jit.ii', siaiuorii, hj. tho price of paper was at onco advan- We will sell at imbllc auction ourstmk consisting ! by Mr. eTerythlm: at W IUdd, I. WALTON, frsUIiur. ced an average of $5 per ton. Prices of Milk Cows. Yearllnss and Calres, Hi Kwesand afew lloirs, have slnco been tlrmly held, and dur Marcs, Kle Tborombbred Horses, two brood Scoi,luna by Imp weanling thrtnbrl IVlru Jl7 Q'l Mr. two rrvlrultul), arjitak St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Loulbvllle, Ky., The most centrally located nnd only PIEST-CLiiS- S Hotel In the city malting a Tuesday, 28, BEHZLEY f HOTEL, S2. RACKET ST0RL Ih-o- Oac block from tlie principal chopping district and two block from tbu I line principal theatre.". Street cars pass the door to nit p'trli o tho City. Kverythiug neat ami clean. :r.a.t:e. Write to the Doctor. I'nusual ftprortunltieiani lonjjx. puiienca emliifutiv qualify u for Kivlritt you medical advice. rlte raij ah the taritculari lu tour cue. T '11 m wutf Titnr experience hat b?m with our Llierry 1'rctoral. ou will melv a prompt reply, without Addrea. DIL J. C AY Kit ' taktu with Ttphold lexer, thai ran Into rorumo-nl- a My lun,; leiatne hardened I wa so weak I LINCOLN CIUCtJIT COl'IST. Nothing heli-ecouldn't even sit up In . Lie I exectt-to dieof Consumption, when I V, l. Walton. Plaintiff, Viirsus J. M. Ilulan- . hcjrdofDr King's New One 'bottle Notice of 'V, Ac. Hefcndiintn. ave great relief I continued to live It, and not As dlrectiil by a Judgment rendered In am wetland strung, I can't say too much jults prale ' This marvelous niedUitie L. the turt.t the uUivo styled cn.e and court nt the and quickest cure In the world fur all Throat and term. 1SIW, the undvr.lgiit-Lung Trouble lirgular Uit 50 tenia a d Jl. Trial will on Ixittlea free at IViiny's Drug Slur, every bottle guarantied. -- HIS I.UE WAS WAVED. Mr. J. i:. I. Illr, a prominent rltlien of Hannibal Mo , lately hid a wonderful deliverance from a frbjbtrul death. In tellingotlt beauts- "1 was Commissioner's Sale. DRV GOODS & NOTIONS And wu uro Clothing still In the lead und nlwnjH mill patbe with low prices on Dry doods. Nutlous, To all of tny customers for their liberal Ii,)hi ronage nnd prompt pijment and they will continue us 1 nave a I AM TKAWrTTI. JLIFE FIRE, &g tioods. We Flrst-Cln-S- H Ladles' mid (ients I'tirnl-hln- g sell eeri thing In ourllti" at retail for li-- ,s than sumo morchituts uuu buy wholesule. And am bolter prepared than work for them. We do not take big space lu the papers and advertise like others do and make people to Boots. Qhcos, Hata; Cap3, Morse Slioer, over to do Lowvll. Mai. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTANrOIlI), KV. Cvttl Stock $103,000. Sarphs, $17,033 51 Do. ai TnU ioilltutlon orllnall; eataldlsued aa the otlt Ilanknf btaaford lu 18.W, tbeu reorganized Ui National Hank of Stanford In 1605 andagalo rislul ta 1M.', i tw t'lr.l liinlcof Slanford hai had practical) II years j I an uninterrupted exist. actsi CciHU It It Lettel supplied now wlti for transacting business prvuiptljr aud lib la long find honorable enUlv thansver Ueforelu canur. Account! of Individuals, tn4 ladlilJuall solicited. maacToai. fiduciaries, Arm a. UcM, Lincoln S.T. Harris, J.8.UKker, ' W.l Walton " Co.; J, B. V. Ilajdsn, Stanford II. Baughman, " " T.f.IIIU, W. A. Trlbblt, Mt. Vernon 4. U'Cslllsr.Crab'OrcuM ;u. J. Miller, W.O.KIaiore, Stanford. full particular rcKartllnj; tho time of uted near Illzhlund, Lincoln county, hy , trains and rutett. on both side, of turnplko leading from Stanford to Wiiynoburg. bounded on fclhu NMKIIIIlr '1 rtlMKUsd. North br Tim mid John llutchlron, on tho '1 be woman by 'lauds of Tim Hutchison anil rilug ho Is burly lu face, furm acd tern wilt aliTS hare triecili, but oue wbo would Mirbvr, on. the Houtli by lauds of John ;r iwaiirsiinemuai sei lirr lujltn. Hahelt weak llryant, J. W. lUstlu und Lincoln Lind sbkly ai,d all run down, aba will nervous and Couipunv. , irruanie, n sne iiaronitiiaiiuu cr kl,ue Hens of otije-cthe salu U to lur Impure bliwl will iiuso pluiples, blotibrs, W.Tho Walton offor 61IOO with satisfy Interest from P. Un eruptions and a wrettbeil coiiinlexloD. Klec- O. M. Davison, irtc Hitlers is i lie twst IikiIIiIiih In the world to Nov. 10, lfr'J", until paldt regulate stomach, lirer and kidneya aud to purify tru.tcu of tiusun llurk. for iitO, with Inter-eUi b!oul It ultra stroui nertes, bright eyes. from Dee, 3, ISU7, until paid, and or the Dank of Stanford for t&OO, .ci.T.r iu, iuii will luiiktjuifood'looklliif. rbariulne woman of iia run. 1'lrst Nationalfrom Muy 31, Ih'Ji), until paid, down Intalld. Only 6u teuts at l'ennjr'a Drug with luterust und tho cost of this proceeding. .JW.U TeitMSt The sale will be made on u credgood security six months, Bond Matthew Howard, who died on hU it ofthe purchase price, with legal Interfor farm near l'ari, wua tho last of a fam est from duto of sulo until p'lld. payable to commissioner, having forco und eflect of ily of 11, which was tho largest In tho Judgment, und also secured by lien on the world. Their combined height was 70 land, will bu rtsiulrcd of tbu purchaser. It. 0. WAKItKN, Commissioner. und a half Inch, and their comfeet bined weight 2,203 pound. Tbo lar. ceH measured six feat 11 Inches In height, und tho smallest, tho mother, six feet and u half loch Matthew's height was six feet six Inches, his ape e'i and he leaves an cetato of 9200,000 to his nephews and nieces. Hut when they coium to their storm they TiiANKSGtviNu Holidays, 1800. door In riun-for- d. nil It iliaerent. Wu ntlvirtl.a little, but In front of Hie Court-llmw- n e have big Inducements. Como nnd stu us outcry Kv . oiuio to miIii .it nubile Greatly reduced rates via tho C. II. & lilddor tho trnet of uud jun will find wh will do lust whit wu D. Ky. Tluketa t,old on Nov. 20tb und to tho lll'liol und best claim to ilu. Hvmeinler the Itncket More U about Vours sbu only cIibop store lu 10th, limited to Via 1st for return 162 for Ion Mt prlco. Till; KAOICIIT sfOKK. Ask your nearest C. II. & D. agent for IlelonL-lni- r to dufeudant J. M. Delnney, altu- II lloxiday, Nov. aoih, 1899, Acres of Land. think that they HlCl.l. CIII3AI J. H. CHEER, Stanford. Ky. INSURANCE. Onty the best companies represented. Inquiries solicited. Jl', 1C. II. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. I Mason Hotel MHS U. I) HIMI'SON, 1'ror.. t Ijiiicastcr, mtct all trains. Kentucky. bO Newly furnished; clean bells; splendid Tortera lablo. Kvetytlilug tirst-clas- a. Soutnern Railway SOOTH'S Iut Just Like a Mill. Ihs.Ssuthern Uuiual Iii7s:im.ni Csmpanj the MEITBT I'nxirritATKs SYSTEM Ah-n- I truu-l,le- t kt '-,i,i, You lakii jour Wheat and Corn to Morris Preil's Kxch.ingu In Win, lUugherty'a khnp Ky. Of In Eluufoid uuu gi t In exchange I'lour and You can ulso buy I'lour, Meal. rhlp. Meal. REVERSED. stulT, Bran, Chicken feed, Ac, cliu.iK'r ul Plan: IN8URAN0E my place than uuy wlieru In town. A trlul my exchange will be Is all I usk. I Wo ?&j Whll Yea Live. u good thing for firmer und I pledge liber, ul transactions and full weight. My goods Old Lisa Companies When Von Die. come from Duddurur's Dlx Hirer Holltr MUUHltf 1'ltKI). Mills and uro (l..rtl.V) Wli,l,l lullrlnn Tuliihono No, lis. Loxington, EIGHT GREAT STATES ry KeutuckT, Tenuesate, Virginia, Georgia orth und Houth Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Ur.t-clas- Through Sleeping Cars Between Orcr I'W.iOJ lUwrra audi Surplus Louisville and the South. 11 j.c.cctAy fesW sSSZmR Dtlu la Lincoln County National Bank. CltUlblotkl!)100iU.; Kurmeri lUnk tiucwr to The urn luiuaK'"-aua uuacr A. lUllN'IX WR.UtCN, focal Auent, btaufortl, Ky . SMITH IIOMAN. laialuiHii, Kr, Sv TUKIii; DAILY TRAINS Each way hetwoou Loulsrllle aad Leitngtoo W. A. nfti ously (or - Trust 0uiun, tvuuuu W 52ggjSgJ! Tratna Morning on Station, 10th aud Broadway, 11 TUItlt, O. p. A.. Washington, I). O. S. II. TAYLOH, A. Q. P. A, UiuIstIIIj. 2 Ky s. col'oiicu 3 4. 8- - I auHered "J jeurs Willi u cough, aud pent hundreds of dollars with doctors und Ilocker, I'rcsldentj'J. J. Mcltoberti, C'aibltr. for medicine to no iituII uutll I used vr, A 1 McKlnna? AoltUnt Ca.blcr. Bell's This remod tnukt-- weak lungs ttronir. It hus suved my Ife. J. II. Itotcll, Oruntaburg. HI, ruiu. Solioits Your BanK ItOTTIBVZZiXil! Aooount, Honing ,ucb buslurss relalloua will prors mutual. I7 beuntlilal aud ileaaaut. H. C. RUPLEY, orrtciat. DIUIXTUltai OXZOAGO. The Merchant Tailor, anil Kvualug from Un Stanfokd, Ky. Hccelvluj-- ; lila Spring s J.J. "WA1TTXD I WEAK IVES AIIE MADE SIUO.VU. Kcf-ma- Dim Tlalou made clear, styes removed and to aollclt aubacrlbtlom (or tbu giauuluted lids or sors eyes of any kind Auurlcan Btoclc Farm and Lire Stock. Mot speedily and effectually cured by the use of Clbcrai eommUalona allowed. Wrlto for Sutherland's Eagle Eye Halve. It's put up Bumplo co plea fret). AddroM Ken kySlo i'arm VublULIuir Co., Lexlnir. In tabes, and sold on s guarantee. For ,Ky. ale ut l'euuy's Drug Store Agent aiTDSETAEEHl And Williams. Sr., J.b Owaltf, (ioocb, William A. W. CarMOttr, W. II. Cumuilnt, J. E. I.yuu, S. 11. nbaski J. J, , . Cub, 11. l'assonij'ers desiring Information and ubraska Im rules to wUcouain, Minnesota, nd points In the far West, Including Cat- llornlt, ibould addreta Frank Muiumer Goods. Fit'Guaranteed. Give Him a Call- - Owiltr. XsUUnUS, SADDLI51T, &o. 8TANFOKD, KY. omcEiu: 8. J. Heed, Gen. l'a.i, Agt , K. II, llacou, Di, l'ass. U Good Warranted. II. Shanks, Prealdsntil J.U.Owalsv.Cuhlen W.M.UrUbl, AutlCjiUUr. W.U. McDocl, Vlce.I'res.& (Jen. M Cbarloa II. It Jckwell Trafllc Mg, H saX' i,i tr -- an it . isjrpv-Tr?Lga- a 2ZSSXZ2