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NO. 73 AND I R - Mlu Florence flarrl I vliltlng her A number of school will closo FriMm. Mnllmla Howard died In Moll Mrs. F. S. Pollitt, wife of the presidbrother William ut Cnrllile. day. county at thu ugo of 102 years. Capl. and Mr Loud Laundram went Tho I'lno Hill mine aro now runnlug ing elder of thli district, died at Hatfan Is closing out his stock .MI. of fever. She was tho older' good time. ol drug at Livingston nnd will locate to Lexington to glvo tlinnki. second wlfo and a lovely Christian , Mr. Jamei Tuttcn, tho hunllng maMrs. Jonathan Urown, near elsewhere. woman. V. A. Sudduth, n Loulsvlllu lawvnr, chine man, wa hero Wcdnctiday. died lust Saturday. Itev. J S. Willis, of Harrodsburg, suddenly ul Shakortown, where ho 11. Drown, of I'rcachcrsvllle, died lillll I'rathor thanked the Jury fo W. aslstcd by the pastor, L L. Kyle, has tho verdict of 21 year In tho peniten bought of W. M. l'oynter2h.igsatni. closed had gone on business. Madiit mcptlng at Speedwell, Only two prisoners wuro tent to the tiary. Tho will of tbo lato L M. Houk wa son county, which resulted in 2o adMr. It. I!. Thompion old .11 iWimmI probated Monday. W, T. und James 1'ulaskl nt the I Bit penitentiary from ditions. tnrkoyson Wednesday at lOu. Suyelul Houk, Jr , wero Hppjlnted cot rl and they are Negroes. Miss Josephine Drexcl, of Phlladcl. Ittchmond, Deo. X, Kentucky weighed from 20 to 21 lb. At phia, whoso Income Is $0,000 and who College, Central UniJames Townscnd, of K.'ypt.wm T. S. Hlkln ho. mid hli grocerlfi, University, Suto will heir $10,000,000. will 'Corainlf.loiier White Tuesday, the veil und become a nun shortly versity nnd Kentucky Wctlcyun will butcher shop and fixtures to (Jitstinuau Her until fc Co . of llnrgln, Mr.' Klkln li now it charged with Illegal tralllc In mounIn oratory. compete I Mother Superior in h Philadelphia d retired estpllulUt. Louis-vllltain dew, lie wui held over to Andy Watson, the outlaw who eseai-cconvent. Judo It. J. Itrecklnrldgc, Horn. It. from an olllccr In Hell county, writes During tbo 15 j cars' pastorate of Mlddlosborolf tho) will C Wiirrcn. J. it. I'axton and Kobcrt and Miss CcliaGcn-tr- , some parties at Wllllam.Cuter Kev. Jullun Iiroadus, of Berry villi. will Harding wece among the visiting attoungoit daughter of Mr. and Mn. Vu., he can divide tho rowanl with him ho recall .'i. funeral of per(J W. Gentry, Sr , were murrled hero K'lvo hlmsolf up and take his chance of torneys this week sons over 72 years of age. One wus Squlro J. N. Denny says that Ms U-- t Stlndav, cscapa later. making hU of a person 101 year old, six of Charles Lechlelter, of this i!nc,wl)o that Messrs. Geo. A. Hughes und Harry neighbor, Mr. George Jennlngi, re- ocrronsotcrlK), 12 of person 80, nnd CrutchUeld. of MoKlnnoy, visited If. IMirts n ihcep.klllfng dog In tho vloltl. hnt been engaged in stono work ul all thu rest, except one, over 75 II. Hansford, and family Sunday und ty of Point Lvarel that drugs n slid llloomlnglou, I nd., lo-- l iVVJ by u sneak Thui lovublo christian und powerful thief, who entered bis room during the Monday. They wcro accompanied on with Din to bring In his prey, (udvocateof Chrl.t and God's Love, Knntticky Is holding her breath fdr night. return H Miss Georgia Hansford their whoso fame hu circled the earth, Itev. . KiucrlcK, a splendid Bryan man for n villi with relative. Soinenct the notion of the State election com Gcorgo O. Uarnes, will begin a series leave Maretburg this week for Fort mlsaloncr and il I hojicd that the Paraxon. of meeting in tbo lower court room will be satisfactory to all parties Wayne, Ind., where he will locate. If Mr. V. II. King, the Have man, thli factory of ai they aro honest and cspablu and It Is we had u few hundred such .citizens to tonight, Wcdneday, and continue for week bought out tho iuvo several evenings. Itlchmond Climax. Saulsborry it Co. at I'lat Lick. Thli their duty to Investigate tho matter locate with us Itockcastlu would greatDr. M. II Wharton, of IIallln.ore, ly unpruve, both financially und xlitl-ealiMr. King In control of nil thn fully. makei has recently baptized Into the fellowI am under obligations to Mr. V.. C. county, with the staves made In Hell ship of the lfrunlley church, of that exception of a itnall UaalllyJiADi!lcd Walton, tho hustling business munnger Juincs Land rum. our station agent, city, tho Itev. Henry J. Koebler, it by tome local parties ut Mlddlcaboro, of the iNTKitioii JOUKNAL, for reixirt- - a luken seriously 111 Tuesday night. Capuchin monk. Ho has been ono tentti of Ing tho happening hero on Monday, m !j,ugti Miller wus culled on to run which doei not amount to this stop for some time, us tho business- .- Cumberland Courier. 1 nm a member of thu jury and urn unu- - 'hlugs at depot. With thu ussistunco ho has been studying tho basis of tbo King U a on of Hon. II IJ. King, hie M get Items uway from the court- (f Jume Marettbuy huld things down Mr. Roman Catholic doctrines of Papal Inroom. lutll Mr. Gmhrlo c.tmo up from Llv-- 1 fallibility, auricular of thli county. confession, trnus- gston on No. 21 and look etiurge. I had another Invitation to cat tur-k- y Speaking of the death of John 11. substantiation and Itomlsti superstl In Cuba, the Among tho legal grist at Judge Wil- lion- -. Thursday, this time with Dr. H. F. Kmbry, of yellow toter Itlcbmoud Climax says; On October Walter, but I was forced to decline. liams mill Suturduy thu following A nolo from itev. W. S. Grlnstcud at court day, Mr. Kmbry wai In Itloh- - Many thanks will bo offered, but tho "..roe appeared: Larkln Mulllns $200, Taj lorsvllle ajs: It was ray ead privmiiiul inlnullnL' with till friends, for bail way to tnuko u thankful I to put I'1 iuor selling; J. H. I'urrls ill), nlllng ilege to be called to Chaplin yesterday hero a cliewhuro hu waa very popular. u on light diet foraboutono week. We u' worK roaul Clus. Murtln and Chus. to preach the funeral of Itev. L II. 60, nun'; A. J. Maker al Ho met Mr. W. W. Watts, a proinliient do not know how to upprcclutc bless- - Tiiomtoti Godbey, tho pastor of our church at ' " (l""olv dollars Into tho hopper. that place He was only In bed from eltlwn of thli place, and owner of a Ing until we aro deprived of them Mrs. G M Patterson attended thel ' ' l'roihoroe, of llrodhead, ha u Saturduv till Monday nlirht, when ho largo cattle ranch In Tuxai, who advised Mr. Kmbry not Ui go to Cuba to live burial of Mr. F. S. Pollitt, ut liar- - poii.ion "iih a milling llrmut Hlggins-rodsbur- tiled. I closed a four years' ministry at n lnd Ills family left Wednesday that place 10 year ago. Since then two Wednesday. Her husband because, said he, a man luurcd to a climate liku Kentucky can not llvo Is uneminonl minister of tho Metho lojonulin there. Ml. Protheroo is pastors und one puito.-'- wife have died safely In tho troplci. S.ild he: "If you dlst Church und presiding elder of this1! well and 'aorably known us u fine In that parsonage. Uro. Godbey preachgo, you will catch yellow foyer and Iki district. Itev. Itoblnsoo, pasuir of thu butibus uan and oclal gentleman. ed hi first sermon thero from the samo ndead man In three days." How won Mothodlit church In this city, preached ItockcusllL regret to loo such citizen text Uro. Hudson did, who died there Mr. Watti know wbat ho wu talking '1 hankslvlng sermon at tho Presbyte nnd wish h.m und hi all tho success the year after I left. Hudson was burH)sslble. about li ihown by tho tad event record- - rtitn church. led on Thanksgiving day; Godbey at Allhe convening of circuit court all Pucr buvo been tiled for tho Incor- Perryvllle today, before Thanksgiving Ihd ollicer and attorneys wero on hand poration of tho Wblto Lime, Stono & tomorrow. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "A good man has fallen," ready to do their part toward tho ad IlrlciC Co., with hcudquurlers ut Mt. and be died in tho faith and al bis post. l'ctcr Sells, the rich circus man, li ministration of Justice. Judco San (ley's Vernon. The oii.ccrs uro as follows: luclng hli wlfo for divorce, at cbargu to tho grand jury was clear and N. I. (luster, prtMdent; U. G. Haker, CRAB ORCHARD. aiK)lli.! comprehensive, defining thn different secretary and (treasurer: James I. Tuesday evening, in Crab Orchard y MlUn Harrison, need 09, and Miss offense and tho duties of tho jury In White, gonerul inanager. This uttho Christian cburcb, which was t proposes Urtttlo Lnw.on. 20. were raarrlod ul conducting It Investigations. In his llmo kilns along beautifully decorated, Mies Kllen Gilcharge on violations of tho election tho line of the L A X. nnd open stouo bert and Mr. Herbert Humoer were l'aducah. A. (5. Myer and Miss Ermlnthn Hall law, ho took occasson to sny that the quarrle. They 1U also erect a facto- mudo one by Itev. Graham. On tbo arbeautiful celebrated Thanksgiving by marrying poor man, who sold hi volo for a smalt ry and maku their own barrels. Un- rival of the bridal party u p.ayed by wedding march was sweetly sum, was guilty of no grenter offenio limited capital Is behind thu venturo Miss Hallio KdmUton. Misses Annie at Klon Hall's. Jamci Grlllln and Miss Maggie James than thn man In tho higher walks of and the success of tho undertaking is Hutcher, Klllo Robertson, Messrs. Will had their deitlnlcit united ut F.phralm llfu who sells his yoto for tho promise assured us all connected with tho com- Farri and Oliver Mack were tho honored attendant. oi a position, Jamei' ycitorday. inis siaiement was es pany aro good business men and will Kllen Gilbert is a colored girl who pecially noticeable beeauso It wus tho push tho business. Itockcastlo will bo has been reared from Infancy by Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith Overilreel wedding at liar-ro- d statement of a fact thai has not been greatly benefited. C. A. Redd. She nas lived an upright their golden Mrs. Margaret Fith Is seriously III. and honorable life and thatshe is high.burg thli week. presented so forcibly. ly respected und liked by all the whito Tho grand Jury consisted of T. II. Mrs. Dr. Lawrence Is In Stanford un- pcoplo who know her wa fully proved John Uflutt, on of Capl. A. OlTutt, Imogoni Breeding, ono of Itob'.nson, foreman; J. F. Pettui, Hobt. der treatment of Dr Carpenter. Mrs. by tbo goodly number present to see nod Ml Lebanon' prettiest girl, wore married Conn, Henry Patterson, John Hill, D. John Peurl Landriiui, of Oakloy, wu her married. Herbert Dumber I a protulslrjg joung darkey nnd by his M. Lackey, T. I. Herring, 11. T. Wednesday. d, visiting tho family u James Landrum honest, upright made for hltn- John Anderson, Jr., John G. Do hero. JC. II. Tyree, formerly of this unl f t.ti.m fv.nm1alife has finil Mp. TTittn. M. O. Leapor, aged 21, and Ml Nan-niVinson, iweet 10, wcro married at ty, W. II. Kay. und Jcsso Doty. Tho place, is dolug u goo I blacksmith busl - , bee have received quite a number of Wednesday by Judge following eomoo tho petit jury: M. nes lu his Livingston shop. W. M uselul presents. tho court-houtu:iD. F. Itoui, T. J. Hutcher, O. J. Laytou, Monk, the Llvlugston butcher, wus Jume 1'. Halley. K1NGSVILLK. Lt. Harry Wybrant, formerly of M. D. Hughes, Win. Stono, C. W. hero to buy beef cattle, Monday. Thero Mitchell, Hryur.t Uallartl, F.dwurd Nor- - Is u bran nuw trirl at Leo McCluro's. ltlchinond,nnd Miss Elizabeth Klder Ware, of Cusey county, I asdaughter of nn army olllcer, aro rls, . It. Cook, Lugono Herkele, Jack J. W. Drown old John Wutton) and sisting Klder Todd with the sorvlec at shortly to bu married. Adnms, T. II. Grow, J. L. Wurner. II. J. L. Joplin uro Invoicing tbo stock of thu Christian church. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. P. Dlnccn nedbuby, Arch S. Wright, of Kansas City, C. Arnold, J. M. Ilulst, Hunter House, flunk ,V Sun. Mr. Kd Dunn, of Doylo, of Somerset, are here to spend ThanksMo., und Mis Antoinette Uowman. of LdwurU Price, J. N Denny, A. D Is visiting hi parent und brother at giving with Mr. H. C. Pennbaeker. Hrodheud. Mi-- s Delpha Collyer, or Mis Ktlllo Curoy returned from SomLebanon, wcro married at thu Metho- Hughes, Jume Guynn, J, T. Holt. unclitw, Samp Archer, Lb Cook and Davo llrodhead, ha returned from un ex- erset Wednesday, and will remain Wildist church at tho latter place. Thnnksglv'ng. Mrs. Ida tended visit to Indiana relatives. Itor. til nftcr Kub.tnks, Is visiting her mother-in-Friend hero hvo received an- Thompson. liam, of nouncements of tho marriage of lien- Mr. Murgaret Williams. cusub oi iiny imiKjriunci! wcro Ilendrlckson, of thejBapiUt church, law, of Carlisle, to reuched on Monday. iauilu Ilerrv Howard, On Tuesday the will move to IJrodhead, James Law- Muck William ha returned from Hur-cl- n to spend Thanksgiving with hi Mil Luclleo Allen, of Mlllcmburg. caso of tho Commonwealth against Gil less, of Lexington," vlltecl relatives t ..U.. si i..M imuvwk il.ttltO i'.i n Id . i l infc-i ii ' Tho brldo ha frequently visited die ds I'raltior, charged with tho murder iliero. .un ruumo rni lliumpsoa ana m, Vnllnnrllni.hnm. nf Hill 1. I Thanks-givin- g ' 1 .. n , . Misses Woo.1 9 here. of Itoht. lluruin, at Pulnt Lick In July, daughtur, Llllle uro spending UUBSU ('. T.nHn. UJI1UU UIIUIUCI HllllbU muiln ..mttltn- - Ult UIOj Olllo Stovcns, an account of which wu published In with Mr. W. M. Poyntor. Itev. frequent visit to ono of our popular W. 1. Scott and Ml a few day since. of Danville, drovo to Stanford Tuesday tho iNTKKlOlt JOUHNAL, Wit called, J. J. Haley, of Cyiithlunu, Is visiting hotels LLiZAiircTii M. Ciu:ioiiton. and wore uiarrlcd at Mr. K, L. Iteln-har- t, and a juay wu Impanoled in tho after- relative in town. sister of tho brldo, by Hev, J. noon. Tho testimony was finished on My son has been troubled for years Damugo suit were brought Tuesday H. Savage, of Danvillo. Like her sis- Wednesday ufternoon. Argument wero with cluonic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I ter Jho brldo Is a handsomo and deserv- mado by II. H. Torallnson for tho do- - agulusl the Detroit Frco Pnss by Gov. persuaded him to take same of Chambering woman and tho groom gland high fonso and Letcher Owsley for tbo Com- Plngreo und other aggregating $525, lain's Colic, Cliolcia and Diarrhoea Kern-eduro based oil allegation a a business man und us u genllctnun. monwealth. Tbo jury returned a ver- 000. Tho suit After using two battles of the 25 dict for 21 year, ufter bolng In their concerning tbo passage lu tho State cent size he was cured I give this testi11UAVK MEN FA 1.1. of the municipal ownership room 40 minute. I unduMtantl that 10 legislature monial, hoping some one similarly afflictVlithuatostuiiiaih. Ilw ati.l aMnsjr troullM i and other scheme. Thu suit atwell M wuiurn, anil il lr.1 llie n.ullita law or. woro for tho deuth penalty. Tho pco bill uisy read It and be benefited. Thomlulsuiis In lli Mowl, lu kachs, nrnnui. tract great attention, and will bo vig ed C. lion iMvlllr. as iiU. litadailis soil llrvtl, liallrw, ruuiluwii IwIIiik. plo generally think that tho defendant orously fought. kh, Glencoe, O For sale by Hut tlicru'i no li.t-- lu f.wl Ills that, Iitii to J did well to get such a sentence, as It Giulg & Hocker, Druggists. VV. lianlnsr, Ua.llls. Iu4. Ill mm. M.lifo Thu Georgia wouun' suffrage asso Hitters arslutt till thin (ur a luau when III I. all wo regarded as a cuso of deliberate lives or which I In icsslon at Atlanta, run dowu, auUdWl cuj wlielbet hi ami guo.1 ll.. murder. Court udjournod on At Modder river tho Doers gathered slrruglli Wednes ciation, ltilliliinintolrBtuuw tan, lean now a. ha adopted u resolution petitioning a lorco of 8,000 men to stop the advance rat day evening until Friday morning. ivtti lln uytliliiK I new laaiwou Ufa." Duly M of Gen. Methuen to the relief of anitlilurt aud liana insert the word "mate" Tho grana Jury ha returned 7 In Concres not toclausj of tho constitu(rolistl'ruuj'i Dm Mors. l..r Iwtll guar-uTho battle begun ut 5:.')0 a. In the suffrage dictments, mostly against colored peo tion of tho of Hawaii. M., und lusted for 10 hour. At tho m ond of time the Hoers bad been Tho Hutfalo express on tbo Dela- ple Two tor gaming, ono for trespass, Cuba, Porto Klco und tho Philippine driven tbat and the British had gainback ooo against Anderson Sutton for house d Statistic show thai insanity among ed a foothold on tho northern bunk of Luckawannu and Western ware, Isaiah Faulkner und son tho women of Colorado has iucretaud tbo river. Gen. Mcthuen's dispatch wa run luto by un accommoda- breaking. wcro Indicted for grand lurceny and since they wero graced tbo rightist describes the battle a "tbo bloodiest tion train nt I'aterson, N. J. ,Slx per.t of sutlraro. the century," and says "the result Virgil Mulllu wus Indicted for tho sons wero kllloJ and '.JO or woro Injurwas terrlblo." Toi(.ik), I murder of llud Fry, another negro, at 8rlkirOnio, Citvoi I l.lt asCoixty, ed HryanUvlllo, about threo month ago. KatNW J. CliKMItY lutktaillli tbat bilathir WUItKIKIi Mlllir AMUIAY i nlnp Unu or J. LUIIITA ( ybah. Tb biulnt aud uiUjbllr.t llttll IMu tbat mar covamu dolug IuiIdsm m lbs Lily or ruirao, umatr waa luadi la Dr Kin1 a Na Ufa I'llla und with a cough, WEAK ETM 1HE MADE STKONU, SUla aforsMlil. aud that said Unu vfll Bar I mlTored JJ year loliil of beallb, tbat ch.net a IK'J.AKS hi web tad la tuuiolO.NUllUMlUKll wcaknsMltilo ainMi(lb, Utlva.iKa luto en.rgr, irwut liunurtdi ol dollar with doctor and Ilir vLlou mado clear, itj e removed und arsry of Uataiiiiii tbat cainut Ul cund by tfei bralu-uInto uiolil lower. 'Ihty'n wouduful usod or. gianuUted lid or sort) ujrs of any klud UN OI UAll. I IvATaMHIl bl for mudlcluo to no uvall uutll I In bulldTiiK up tbi bsalta. Only M ceata wr Imi. rltANKJ. CllKKSYi spettdlly uud elTectuully cured by the ue of TMi rcniod bold by IVuuy, l)rui.t. Itell'i K.nm In Wfiim tiia and aulMTllaid In luv lira.. uikci weak lung itrong. It 111.laved my Sutlmrland's Kugla Eye Salve. It' put up unii,...- this 1Mb day of DwiiuU'. A. I), l&s. l.l'MJ IIOUIATIOSI. -, Clc.AbON, A. In tubes, and sold on a guarantea. For . siul t fc J. Itoiall, Orautiburr;. Notary Public. Ii the. forerunner to cousutnptlon. Dr. sale ut I'oiinj's Drug Btoro iunTa Calarrb Curo la UktD lOtirnallr. ind acta Dell's will curo It. and A dlspach from London says that bloud aud iuuiju John Haley, ofltushVlllo, lad., killed dlrnlly on lbsfor lstluioulala,lkr. luruuai of tbi give such itreugth to the lung that a cough President Hen Klcli and about 40 MorITitiiu. baud lettle there. f.J Lllbilb. . bV. .Vi10, V, or a cold will not Drug Btotc. Twenty flo mon elder will beln a meeting at tho himself because he waa defeated for bold by prujoiUta. Vk ceuta at I'euny'i school trustee r'auilly Jills all lb U t. there tomorrow. llall'i Klley Hotel rg Ilrod-headbe-fo- ro Established., 1793. The Old Reliable Cincinnati Weekly W (Weekly Kdltlon of The Cincinnati rommerclnl Tribune.) I J 'ko The : Family Newspaper. : Special DepHrtmcnt devoted to Agriculture. Poultry, Markets, Literature, with oil it Special Features, now rSTSr! 20 Pages WAITED Improved, Enlarged, In New Form, g EfI w iu PER YEAB.fi t now : 20 : Pages : b- - Tho Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly pu llfheil In the West. Head by over 300,000 people. it AGENTS. SEND FOR SPECIAL Address, TERMS. I t2T Send for Sumplo Copies. 'X If TItllll'XE Cnna., Cincati our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. if We are Expansionists! We want to cxptnd our tr.nle through the entire State. We h.vo the means to do it, for any one seeing the quality of our goods wi.l not frit to appreciate the i. '" LOW PRICES On them. Good Suits from Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction Si 00 .1 s Overcoats Hats fehoes to 00 to S1S 00 22 60 7oto 1 400 4 60 25 to Underwear, ShirtH and Drawers, bOc to ti 50 pair Nobby Neckwear received daily. Good Shirts from 45c to $2 Children's Suits from 32 to 1. All thce prices are reduced. Don't fait to call and see the Values, Suits Pressed and Cleaned. , ... f com-pan- J. L. Frohman THB GLOBE, & Co , Phone 136, Danville. j: NEW GOODS Of All Kinds For ! role-brat- cd Men, Women and Children. You should remember that my store is headquarters for Dry Goods, Cloaks, Capes, Clothing, Hal-lar- Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, &c. u 1 se .. JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. Wll-Ham- s, THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery In Central Kentucky, having been recently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; tho new discovery In optic:! science I wish to say to tho Ladies tlint This Is now the most tu !... T THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of the very katest Designs "Vleur-IV.I.ls" x) JV)ouldh?gs, y. Patterns never sold In this locality.boforo have to bo teou to ho appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. mouldings specially for suitable Among the lot is tho New French delicate pictures. Kmbroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that require a dainty frame. Wheu in Danville, call and 6eo us and got our prices. We will Hive j ou money. 124 Third Street Opposllo Post Olllce, Danville, Ky. J Klin-berl- rull-roa- , A a Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, EvaporatedJPeaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal Cronin Cheese, Mticcnraui, Applo Butter and Honey. Solo agents for Chase & Sanborn's Celebrated Coffee. Try our Climax Lard, best in town. Phono No. 10 for any of above. NEW You will like It i..irl,i-ruflli- tf 1 sugar-mate- d lry il Full u lii BIGGINS & McKLNNEY. sSsFTry Grape Nuts, .il-Vi- t.,i tjix... ,., M ,., . M,4itiiui&!btJUL tArinijpAiifit'uit Winter camo In this morning with Tin: farmers nro praying for a hog a shower, hut tho first day bids fair to killing season, a they do not oaro to bo fair. put 92 com In J porkers. -. ,1 A LAltaE number of democrats will Tin: Christian churoh will send a go from hero und adjoining towns to 14 BIG STORES 14 BIG STORES lartru box of irood things lo eat and Hopklnsvlllc tho' Orphans' Home ut Louis-vill- a Frankfurt tomorrow to see that thu EUxnbothtown. wear to Statu election hoard Is not Intimidated MndlSonvlllo, Owonsboro. today. I.n the last 2o years we have written by republican roughs. Tin: Somerset Paragon grows funny ms Sholbyviilo. Coorgotown. on Thnnksglvlng at our expense, It thinks. Hut he laughs so many editorial VnitY few of our merchants took a MorKanflod. Tiianksuivinu Day wn rcmnrkublo Durdstown, day and so runny times given itsorlgln, best who laughs last and wo expect to dnyoiT yestordiy, believing with us Clnrksvlllo. Tonn. Elkton for two things, u cloudless sky with purposes, Ac. that wo are suro our cachinnate on tho final round, Brer. that ono can bo as thankful and as prayVorsalllos, Cnllntln. Tonn. pleasant weather und It nlilion paraerful at work as at pluy. readers nro fully familiar wltn the Hansford. Stanford, Ky. Mt. Storting. lyzing quietness. A good many heard tlmo wholo subject and not only by this DWEt.Ll.sas us securo as yours bum a splendid sermon by Rev. F. W. Allen W'R wore unablo to hear from tho LOUISXZILLG. know all about the matter, but how to HND Atf expect yours at tho I'resbytorlnn church, but tho glvo thanks In tho truest and best wny. Frankfort convention this morning. everyday, why should you D. Wearen and largest nuujber went hunting, turkey Wo thcreforo spare our patrons u furth- but Col. Allen was leading Gaylo and to escape? Go to Jesse secure ono of his dwelling house poli- shooting and to tho ball game at Par-vlller Inlllctlon of tho very elementary Julian at lat accounts. cies. lesson and proceed to say that In addiPOLITICIANS AND POLTICS. wo Tin: Ovo prisoners given tlmo In Gan'o Col. Welch received a distion to tho other good things of life tcnirmlcr inl plnrcdon mle M onro. Our prices ustul il! win piilroniijje. should bo duly nod truly thankful for David H. Hill pledges himself In nd tho penitentiary at tho lrtst torm were patch from Arlington, Texas, yestertho charming, sunshiny day that gives vauco to the democratic nomlneo for taken to Frankfort this morning by day telling him of ttic sudden death of llictc can l tin wall thing n ImruMm If lie ipulity i lucking Ab'oluti iim lly of Sheriff S. M. Owens, P. C Sandldgc his niece, Mrs. Clara Helm (iano, who the first r!ag nixl l.wr prices thsu cnu he Im I .ny he ri le In Stanford, l the additional reasons for gratitude. As president next year In the line nf t jr ourselves wo are working nway, Woodford county Instructed 4 lor anp J. A.Shannon. was a daughter of the lato Mrs. C. T. ircrrtof our plirii.iunnnl growth. We ran finn-- h ym everything ami ( 1"ik, llniita und Shoes nt it Mvlngr.f thankful that wo havo the health and Gnyle, 2 for Julian and 1 for Allen. While hunting Rochester by her first husband. Henry Dry Good, Nolum, Clothing. C'aoCn Shot in' tub Foot. 10 IViicn Fancy 10 lo 2" per rent for IM UK-- to 25c. strength to do so and for tho other Scott did not Instruct. yesterduy Howard Perkins, a Rowland Helm. Shu married a ton of Gen. R. blessings vouchsafed to us. May they of London, is at WashEd Parker, boy, accidentally shot hlaisolf In tho M. Gano, a number of years ago and bo continued to all of us that are ington making a canvass for Sergeant-at-arm- s foot, Indicting n painful and ugly moved to Texas. Her husband died worthy of them and the devil take of the next House. leaving her with three children. Tho wound. s those who haven't tho feelings of apThe Richmond Pantograph thinks remilti?, of course, will bo burled with preciation and thankfulness for dlvlno Mr. P. M. McUoberts would look and Jesse D. Weaken', representing the those of her husband and mother In Lulics Dongola Shoe, Kid Tip, Lice and IliiUmi. 12 cpiallty, our price f I M, favors, past and present. who grts a alr Ksrgtroo. Coin UUcl n trade wlnnrr act mighty well in the National House. Continental Insurance Co , received Texas Mrs. Gano was a lovely womOur Gen. II. B. Lyon, Representative- - this morning a draft for 9531 for Mrs. an and had many friends here, who tends her frlemU lo cet n piir, price only (1.4S. LlKB many of the superstitious stories Look nt our Higli top (Irnln Minn, lop unit il TV I,die' Over Uitltrr elect from Lyon and Marshall counties, K. B. Hicks, of the Ml. Salem section, will grieve to learn thatshc Is no more. of the past, the talcs of great heroism 1 OS xr pilr. 10 Qu.nrtrr llUnkcl 50o er pair. for Speaker of tho whoso barn burned some time ago Blanket Philippine war will be a candidate of certain officers in tho LAND AND STOCK. 15 Diurn Hoy's Underweir Suilt bought at 50c on tlio dollar, put on into at 25c House. THE little Cubbell child which wa are bolng shown to be untrue. A KanCol. John R Allen carried 19 of the declared of unsound mind at the last ' T. C. r gartiifir. Rankin bought of Sidney Dun- sas paper says that since tho return of 22 precincts In Fayette, over J. H. Lnd s' Union Suits only 25c. CVIdrrn's and Mifcs Union Sultl, .1 to 10, at 25c term of court will bo taken to the bat four mule colts at .(.. 20th Kansas, the officers and men of the Mulllean and the county's full vote, 20, feeble minded Institute at Frankfort shoots and 20 per suit. Fou Sale. .1T 00-many facts have come out that were not therefore went to him. tomorrow by Deputy Sherlll W. Logan W. C. Shanks. known before. Tho most Important of McChord's majority Is l,6i"i over Ir- Wood. J. T. Crutchfield bought in tho High these facts consist In the statements of win. It is said that tho latter will run men of character and reputation, men THE most exciting game of football land section u bnuch of fat cows at .1c. Congress In the Louisville district The Adair News reports talcs of cotwho wero on the spot and who know for at Danvillo yesterday, resulted In CenIf Oscar Turner Is unseated. what they nro talklug about, that many tre College wlnnltg by a score of III to ton mules at $00 to $75 and sugnr mules Tho announcement Is made that C. 1U Lndio V and Minor's' FIccco lined hoc 10c. three for 25c. Ladle' Wool Hoo 15c. of the tremendous feats accredited to from Central University, the game at 87$ to J100. Metcalf and Hal Corbett, bolters In being On Clothing the highcM standard his been reached Dick Gentry, of Boyle, bought In Our Top Floor i n complete Gens. Funston and Metcalf occurred on W. called In the last half on account havo paper only, tho paper being In the the recent campaign, Is returned to of darkness. tils and Garrard counties a bunch of Labyrinth. Among towering sucks nf convincing lUrgnlna In everything crtaln-m- g not Important mules at nn uverago of J7o. to Men's Suits liune that cannot NMluplidtrd hands of h newspaper reporter from their first love, which The Knights of Pythias elected tho cotton & Terry bought of J. K. Bruco outsidethe Clothing Line. Our lender in of Brady of our place ol buiInesH. Think was credited with If true. Mellon full in Greys am) Kansas. Funston it, in following officers last night: Jesse D. The court of appeals adjourned for a bunch of heifers nt IJ.35 and of Dr. J. l!rown, Kouud or Strnlj;lit out Mcks, only $5 00. It It Imiidaoine'y lliilslml and the charging the enemy with his command deciding the po Wearen O. C; J. A. Hendren V. C; C. T. Morris some hoc at 3 to. hlgheot nrl of tailoring has hevn called Into play to make It n suit that the neatest and having to swim a river to do so. Thanksgiving without lltlcal questions of Injunctions, Ac, pre B. Owens M. A; Krnest A'arren K. of FOR Sale. Pair nice ld and most careful ilriwer In your midt will have no liwltnncy in Mttaring. The Tho He, If it bo a He, has been worked M. of F; J. L. took thorn under ad R & S; W. H. Wcareu i one of the ret fabric mure uiule, 15 hands high, well for genuine feerrice and wear llrnl can be put on the for nil it is worth and Funston has been sentcd to It, but Totten M. of v'; J. C. McCtary, M. of broke. Chas. H. Singleton, Crab Or- market, and will stand rough u.iKe for almost a ilrewle. while I ta color arill hold n glorified and almost deified by a grate- vlscment. K. Calvin Dewolf, ono of the earliest of 9 chard. long nn n thread of the ful country. And thus does another hang on your hick. Should e fall to call your A fellow named Morrison giving western aDolItlonlsts, wa9 found dead Henry nestor has taken 21 ciUUj for nttention to it, ask lo sec our i5 00 leader. idol go a glimmering. In bed at Chicago, aged Si. In 1S10 ho his address as LaGrango tried to beat Allen & Wilkinson to feed. He it, to his bill at the Veranda Hotel last night rccctvo :ic for every pou id put on We devote two pages of this issue to became secretary of the Proprietor Joseph CotTey tells us, but them by Oct. 10, 1000. a report of the dedication of the Houses society of Chicago. Meetings were held at Hopklnsvlllc, Mr. Coffey went to tho depot and got and the impressive cere, of Reform A. C. Dunn doosn't gen ra ly do ti Hoy Cnsuhnere Knee Pants lie. Hoy's Knee Pant Siiiu as low an Mr. Youth monies attending It, together with Kuttawa and Winchester, which adop- his two glpi, which ho promised to re- losing business, but he so' t a hnrso at siiiti n low aa J2.uo. Men's Cailmere Pant a lw an 4sc Men's OvercxwU In all buildings present and ted resolutions denouncing Gov. Brad- deem. pictures of the Lancaster Monday for tfZ that con styles and grades from i'. V) And think of it n up Hoy s Oicrcoali, m iow prospective, with a description of tho ley and Judge Tonoy, tind calling on After listen- him ifcy a short tlmo ngn A HIGH COMl'I.lMENT. mail's full pint for only $2 OS. In fail uiiir t"p H"or wo ran clothe all from a plans and progress made. The estab- tho State election board to throw out ing to his speech at tho dedication of Bouzloy Bros, sold to lordan, of At- curly haired boy in lim first panlx lo tl oar) headed grand.fatlo r in his tll'i lishment of the Institution marks n fraudulent votes. the Houses of Reform Tuesday un old lanta, three geldings f a- - $180, $135 and Tho Clippor sees no reason to aban man went up to Gov. Bradley and shook 3110 aod a mare for SrtO B. Chancellor new era in criminal reformation in tho State, which is to be congratulated on don Its belief that Mr. Goebel has re- hands with him saying, "1 am a demo- sold to same a maro fo Slf. at last having tho much needed reform- ceived a majority of the legal votes crat and voted against jou, but I am Mr. J. E. Bruce, wb!i koiH an eyo atory on a firm basis. No more, let us casfat the recent election, and that sorry now I did. Why didn't you run on such things, tells ut that 1 lf- & CO., A. hope, will children bo confined within tho State board will justly give him again?" "Tho constitution forbids months old Shortburni, uvoruglng 1,- the gloomy walls of tho penitentiary, tho certificate. Midway Clipper. that." replied tho governor, when the 'IV pounds, sold In Chl:ago n t 0 IS.') and TI) IUNF.Y. Manner Tho president has appointed but under careful training and wise old man said with warmth, "D n. the that it tine bunch brought 7.1.1. Josiah Patterson, of Ten- constitution, 1 want you to be governor counsel ut tho reformatory, may they J. Granville Cecil did to Kopp Bros., --bo transformed into good and Useful nessee, a member of tho Shlloh Park as long as ou live." of Owcnsboro, the fin green w Pattcn-omi citizens, who will be an honor to tho Battle Field Commission. pacer, General Sftftor, by CVcllian, Is tho rooster who galloped up and Marshal J. a. Shannon', of Crab und n promising vfiHIng full brother Stato that has rescued them. down tho couutry making speeches for Orchard, turned over to Jailer DeBord to Guerlta 2:10. for tl.000 Advocate THE story that President McKinley the Palmer ticket. Tuesday afternoon Tom Welch and Jim After seeing M. t$ Baughman's bad given Kentucky republicans insurJ ud go Kimbrough Issued an order Gray, both colored. Tho latter stole n at goldlng pace iVi eighth In ! ances that ho would deelaro martial compelling tho county board to count pistol from a Negro woman named Danvlllu yostcrdaj, Mr. Jordan, of In Kentucky and fend troops hero the votes of tho 4th ward in Cynthiana, Peggy Welch, and In searching Tom law Atlanta, ollered hln S760forthe speedy in case that Taylor was not declared which gave Taylor 133 plurality, and Welch's house, whore Gray was, for It, fellow. Mr. Bauglman aiks 1,000 for governor, Is another silly blutl by tho wlllreduco Goebel's plurality In tho bo found n gross of half pint bottles him and should get It. party, which has been working them county from 018 to "So. The democrats that hud boon taken out of Curtis A good crowd al'ended Gentry Bros' for all they are worth and which al- have taken tho case to the court of saloon tho night before. Welch sulo yesterduy and bidding wus lively ways has them called by tho democrats. appeals. brought them to his claims that Gray throughout. Milt cows brought 4 '10 to (a - (:) Such tnlk Is simply to scaro the weak Hush now, honey, and listen at this: housoand Gray says ho didn't, so Mr. $10, yearlings $20 0, calvos $1S lo 821 -nerved. Thero Is no danger of a fight. Prominent republicans who havo been Shannon brought both of them ulong 80, ewes sold at H 00, brood sows $10 to R Goebel will bo declared elected, wo In Attorney General Taylor's councils and they will have their examining 812 "i0, dam of Hoaest Run iW, a Scorhopo and believe, and then ho will bo say tho latter Is preparing un Inaugu- trial today. pion tilly 0 flO, eaddlo horse $75, plug inaugurated, all earth and republican ral address and will deliver It In the Badly Huht. While getting out horses $.'1S to f corn $1 76 shucked at State-hous- o belllans to tho contrary. yard Deo. 12, whether ho rock on Frank MoKlnnoy's pluce, heap, hay $12 to $10 per stuck. & Is given a certificate of election by tho Georgo MIddleton and Logan Whitley, A great crowd Is attending tho Tin: Brownies aro a sweet Pet of ger- Stato Board or not. both colored, wero seriously hurl. WooUard & Shnnklin horse sales at aniums. Not satisfied with uniting Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin, will They had placed a lot of powder in tho Lexington. The first day ftl wuru dls ' with tho republicans to beat Goebel, I!) olTer a resolution at the meeting of the and iHed of at an avoragu of 8107. A St. they now want to beat tho nomlneo of republican National committee to drilled hole but thu fuse went out it did not explode. Instead of pouring Forlan colt brought SI.UOO. tho democrats for Congress In tho 7th ehungo Algol went t'jo next iluy for $'1,500 tho basis of representation at on for district and fortbat purposo have again National conventions. Tho plan, If water In on It, MIddleton drilled Anna Bain, it crack twcAyear-old- , und In tho explosion thut followed ho ,:i00, Kris Krlngle for $2.700, 1 Pn united with thum. At a meeting held adopted, would materially reduce the und sightly for $2,100 and The Rush for at tho Phoenix Hotel Tuesday tt was so delegations from Southern Stales, was frightfully cut about thu facu hand", un elbow was broken and Jt wus $L"00. All ure thoroughbreds. decided and calls wero Issued for prewhile Increasing them In u number of first thought his eyes woro put out. .. t..t...ll 1.1. . 'Ill ...,..ll,U cinct meetings In all the counties yes- Northern Stales. Whitloy, who was standing somo eight 03lcbrutcd Thanklglvlng by getting terday and for u district convention ut Judge Breckinridge expressed him- feet away, had u kneo considerably juurrlcd Lexington today at noon. self to un Advocate, representative us hart, it shin badly skinned and two of Mrs tjarut E. Cooloy died ut Danfi) TH BY say that U. S. Judge Waltor being perfectly satlellcd that Mr. Goe-b- ol bis toos woro cut oil. Thoy woro vlllu afior a iliort lllno-'- of pnuumonla. '.', and the entire domocrutlc ticket brought to town und surgical nsslstanco bliu wiis OS end mother of Rev. Frank Hvans, who Is still contesting Oscar fit1 Cooloy, of Trinity EplKcopal church, of Tumor's seat In Congress from tho would be properly and promptly sworn rendered and aru doing as well us, could thnluliy. Louisville- district, Is not doing so with Into olllco ut tho right time. As Judge becxcuted. Thu doctors uro not cor-ta- in A iii'wconpjny of Stato guurds wus tho hopo of getting it, but tho 82,000 Brccklnrldgo Is ono of those most Inthut Middlotou's sight can bo en- mustered into senlro nt Corbln by OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO also u lawyer of tirely restored. Cupt Burku, of Frankfort, U Joining O und inoro that tho body allows const- terested, and as ho is .. I)v V...I... ...DJ ..1.1. ...Ill .1.- I""!" nnn uiuvnut. ants. Thero uro others, notably the omlnunt ability, his opinion must be In-- M0. A copy of hu Kentucky HIO Clllllliaiy Jlincl, irst uuu.mint, O taken scrlouily Advocate. one In this district, who havo an ovo to o Yooman, published ut Frankfort, by am v A. Early second lieutenant. Richard Croker, the Tammany chief, Win. Tunnoy und W. W. Stapp, und o tho main chance, und who without o office, could not make $2,000 In 'JO years. talked to u reporter us follows: "I want dated June 21, 18 !(J, wax sunt us by M (in im. Mumiiv M J Mnii'iiV o to say before my departure for Buropu Mrs. Marv J. It tolls of tho o TUB democratic caucus to select can- that William J. Hrjuri will be the Folk ut his of o LUMBER IfOR SALE. didates for speaker and other officers 0' slundard bearer of tho dumouratlc pr- - death In Nurhvtllti, the Friday buloro, o tho National House, will bo held at ty lu tho next Nutlouul campaign. The home o June 15th. and ouuliirvs the article in LiiiiiIht. UHU eoroiiil( lass and Is light will be made agulnsl trusts uud Washington tomorrow. The notion Fine-Stationery- , o inverted rulox The killing of Wm. II for lUtn nd Tiirm ih AiMritM. moroly to suggest somubody for tho liuHirlallsm; Bryan Is tho only man to o MHIII'ilV & Mlflil'IIY. I.iuiiiioiic.. Blaukburn, of Louiluuii, by Thomus leader of tho minority in Congress. loud such u tight. Tammany Hull will o Klugstlllu. Ky. TK Km Huxtlu ut Hurmony Moxtlng Hiuiso in o Thero Is no hopo of electing him, us give him hue heartiest sUiori; you Oils, &c., Woodford county Is alo noted, us Is o muy rest lUsurud of that " tho republicans have I'l majority. uUi) thu dual o i Six Mils Island In thu o Public Sale cff.1.::!:, Crop, Thu (Jlnulnnutl Kujulrorsayi: "Tho which John T. Gray killed o It Is said that the reason m many republicans uro ut u loss for congres- Ohio, In C. o l'ope. who full ut tho first republicans aru contesting for souls In sional material In thu 7th district. Cupl 11. tho Legislature Is with tho hopo tbut There Is scarcely u strung man of the lire. He romiestud then lusco Mr. On Saturday, Dec. 2, '99, Gray und u rnont ulleuUng ruconuiliu-tlo- n ol tho democratic majority will bo party In tho district who is yearning, oeuiirrud, 'lliu paper goes fur Aliuv li una 3 uillri kuth of lliiivllln uu Hi und will scut them. Hut thoy for u rucu with whomever thu Uwnio-ttru- ls Gen. Taylor, tho thon president, who llustiiuvills i.lki'. 1 fll srllsll my UUklc rnni Iron Fenci', Cyprus ShingleH ix)a UUiiK ul uro reckoning without their host The nominate. IJven Judge Holt has wus breaking ovury plvdgu made to trui Legislature Is Goulx.'l and (for Black-bur- n Males, Ckttle, Sheep And Ilcgs, IIcr:ti, Intimated that hu Is not hunktirlpg demouruts, wlio-- o supHirt secured his by a largo majority ufwr tho otlloo just ut this time. 11 P nlectlon. Tti tlrt pago of thu qupcr FanulDJ Iitii'lfiiienli VcliUli. Ac. kUoaUrLt. A-csmmimum ',1 ii4v, luiibu.1 uiuir oimv. iiuimm n, Stull, of Lexington, hus declined thu Is divotcil to tho last uf it surloa of Wi: fear our old frlond, W M Fl huld sud klu lirn lliru lure. I mlili lu mil llneljr tttnljatk Mwk suil going from bad to worse. Hu is nomination. So now It looks us If tho on Sluvery, "By it Friend of thu ihuI ftllnlliiii losfiitflis Hbkuluts as 1 iifiiM.i u. 'wills. '1 bit suls w Jl now munuglng editor of tho Louisville republicans will fuo with tho Brown-lie- s Negro," In whloli tho writer opposed uiskvsv mure 1141 m iu uuiiui. who will In ull likelihood put up the proposition to send thu Negroes Dispatch und may God havo mercy on Mill Work. l9i'il'x.k,sliU. Metal ltoofin. M I "a W. II III'IIKI W. C. Owens." his soul, for democrats will not buck to Africa. mm I election returns are canvassed and tho results obtained. Mr. Goebel and his admirable ticket have, no doubt, a ma Stanford. Ky., - Dec i, 1S99 jority of tho honest vote and they will bo given the certificates, If they are found so to have, notwithstanding Uo V. P. WALTON. threats and other means of Intimidation adopted by tho unscrupulous rezf-A-G-ipublicans. Till then lot us possess our souls In eaco and not get excited. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tun Stato election board will meet tomorrow and remain In session till the ADDITIONAL LOOAL. X.MA3 presents at Hamilton's. at Hlgglns Mc- - New barrel of New Orleans molasses & McKlnnoy's. THE B.uto.UNS In Ian robes at J. C. Clary's for sale. Brady HALL safo, weighs about 2,000 pounds, & Torrv. s Louisville Store. HREHOUSE. six: es OFFICE o. NewGoodsflrriving Daily A Big" Lot of Ladies' Capes Just in at 90 to $7. Tin-lad- y 2-- m Qood ,$uit Jtfetj's tfderwear For 48 Cei all-wo- 300-pou- three-year-o- run-ten- nt anti-slave- ry We Have Jeans Knee Pants at 15a a'c. ' mm The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors. four-year-o- ld n jjp, vcv w5V Nu-bo- th Go-ver- 's I I I CLOTHING Latest thing" ! All bought before the vance in price. ad- ! l, in Suits and 1 Children's Clothing a .1 I S H. J. M'ROBERTS. GO TO lti3S ' pnu Mu-ph- y. M'oberts, tfje Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper,'PainlsPa.nd (1-i- k At The Lowest Cash Prices. 000000000000000000000000000000000000 ttntl-Goob- stanfobld.ky: & j j Sllllu 1 3 i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stankoiu). V. Kv., - Dh i, 1899 I'. WALTON Houses A Df Reform. Most Auspicious Opening A Of l.onft Numlml Institu- tion. Gowriior llrmlli) And Oilier Speak. CCHCMONICS MOST MHE8SIVE. 11 IM. n( Till' dedication of till' lieform mill tin1 formal turning over of tlif ly tin tru-tito fur tint linv. William O. Ilnulli-State Tui'mIhv. marked mctiiora-M- i' y epoch in tin' history of and tin exercise- - were as pleasant ami prolltnhlcas they wiw iiiipri'--iami important to this Tin.' and succeeding K't'nitiim-i- . events of tin- - day hegan with tho arrival of (inv. Ilradley and flail, wlm were escorted to tlif I'liu'iiix, where mi iiifnriiiHl leceptinn was lll'lll. Hfter Wlticll Hit fllfCHtlt It! o'- cIiH'k liri'akfwt. with envois laid fur 'JO. in honor of thf governor, was sPrvel in eight rom-o- s as follows: c" 11 Ken-tui'k" llliic I'nint- - on tht' half shell. Olive anil Celery. Clear Siittp. Ilroilinl Fish and llmwiml I'oln-toos- ". French I'eos. Paddies ami Cronm Sauce. Turkey, Cmnherry Sauce, tide dishes of vegetahle-- . Sherhet in cup-- : Cuke. Colli'', with Crackers and Itoeho-for- d Clii''M'. As-ort- cd Tho who enjoyed tin1 feast wem (iov. W. 0. llr'Ulcy. Mr.--. I.. K. Vandi'll. president of th' hoard; Mrs. F. K. secretary: Worthington, treasumr: William I). II. .Mr- -. William Chi'titham. Howard and W. I'. Walton nielli-her- s of the hoard: Mrc William Wotthiugton. Mr--. It. It. Iluntimn: i Mrs. W. I'. Walton. Ucii. Wilhnr IS. Smith. Col- -. Stoll, llaclton llri'tit and Dickey, of tin- (iourn-or'- s -- tatl. I'rof. II. II. Iluntoon. of tin1 hlind school. I.onivillc; I'rof IVter Caldwell, of tin' Loiiisvilh Reform Srhool; Fred ltallard, of Th' Leader. Wood llallard ami C. IC. Itiehanl-- . architect of huildings wa- - spent in An hour or nior genunil I'lijoynifiit of th' mpa-tan- d 'oni'ratioii. after uhirh the party. with a large nuinhct of othets, took carriages fur tin House.-- of I'cform, which arc located on a mile.-fioarii' fin til four and one-hal- f Lexington, on thf (irecndale m I'ikf. Airiving thi'if. Supt. K. II. Doak invited thi' guest.-- to an upper mom of tin- Manual Tiaining huilding. while till fVlcNett MCIO lll'lll. In addition to the several hunilicd pertin- white and sons pii-fi- it, riilnit'il liuh whuhad hi'i'ii ii'iuovi'd from tin' pi'iiitriitiaiy. and divested of ignominious stripes, win' inlet-cstc- d - lictt'lU'lM. Saxtnu's splendid Oichestin gave ami thru a miuiht'r of IIcv. W. I'. V. Haitli'tt. of thf rhtui'h.iuvokt'il thf Divine i'lf.-Iivti'- iian g hle.-sinon the occasion and on thf iinhlo institution ami the childmu it it to it'M'tif fiom fiinif auduiakf good citizens of. Mih. I.. K. Yandfll, thf pioiiilciit of tiu-tee- i A s, in a modvoice, spoke est and in hfhalf of thf himnl an follows: do not mark Thfi-- f ceietuonies tint foinph'tion, thf.v tnemly note tho heginning of a gmat uudeituk-int,- '. All mound you aie evidences cnteiptises. This of unfinished faiui, this house, that power huild ing, constitute thf foundation!! of what it to he a School of Uefotin, n estuhlishcd hy thf Stnto for thf of iiuKlucti'il fhildii'ii, for thf cdui'ation of men and women who, instead of bvins " hmdi'ii, am to of thf hoaid merely cnininunicaUi! with the Legislature, calling their attention to the Kreat 11 of surh an institution; others have carried out the It i fmm tiff young that crime Work. The credit is due to these Tlmt great good women here, the howrd of its jwruit. and women trustees and to the efforts of your ntiy uf 1'iH'l'iM ni'-distinguished Senator, C. .1. Ilmns-towWrli hii'jnt our eitin has its itionn in every town and To the hoy.-- who ate already in village of Kroitwyty. It N calling Iy entiieniint these htiildings and to the hoys and to t iviry t olu tho- - talks in a warfaie gills who aie to come here in thf aaiiist nil tlmt in good in modern future, I want to speak a word. s leiety. Don't feel that hy heing here you ami that jolt have no The work of thU institution is to are eounter.u't this trniiitation. to give futtitf hefore you. Such is not the to all wh enUr tln- -f walls the piirpo-- c of this institution. I am k Kiwiedgc iiihI the power that will glad that you are out of tin- - walls Dim )i tlie n tvi that call to of thf penitentiary and I trut that I in lolen "? ifi t' erin . We think you will httry as deeply as possihlc thf work here lias heen perfectly the memories of the days you passh'guu. These htiildings. as you ed there. It is not written over the sw them, speak full well of the doors of this huilding, "Ahandon wirk of the arehitect-- . They aie hope all who enter here," hut you Xt.0 MANUAL TRAINING BUiLDlN j iOW the host results of years of experi- will see over these doors, this is a It ence e!.ewhere in similar "Manual Training School." means that this is; to h your lnine tions. Underlying all that has heen and that you arc to have tin oppordone is a purpose most clearly de- tunity of preparing yourself for fined. Utility is lir- -t of all the aim usefulness and power and that i 1 every puhlic institution, hut you are to he instructed in ali that through art is thf highest goes to make up a perfect man. utility reached, with the least ex- You are not to he discouraged, for penditure of luhor. We deem our- you are to he given advantages that selves peculiarly fortunate in the you have never had in the past. I have learne I that the greater per of our Mii:iriiiteiulent. ile.-u- v The trut 't in cent, of the youthful offenders are making tin- - report and this appeal tho-- e who are orphins and have to the State, to express to the Gov- never had the guidance of a mother, ernor of the State their high appre- and 1 am told that almost without ciation of all that he ha- - done to exception these children are wholly g!vo form and effect to the law without education. It is the purinto pose of this institution to supply Which called this In and out of hoth. There is an old story which existence. SM-ihe has lahored to secure for say? that the m ither was placed in the State an institution which would this world to take the place of the hest serve the great purpo-- e to angels that lived in the one hefore this. We cannot place tliee hoys which it is dedicated; and now ollicial term of (Jovcrnor Ilrad-le- y and girls in the hands of their own I V AER Mf O E draws to a close, he has a riyht mothers, hut they are to he guided School and instructed hy good, kind woto point to this Intlu-tria? one of the hrightest achicve-ment- s men, whose instincts are motherly of ihilauthroy in the histo and whose purposed are to lift up the fallen. ry of this State. During my term of office as govThc.--e door- - are now open to the wrong-doer- s among the young. It ernor I have attended many State i to he a very heacon of hope to occasions of importance, hut to mu those on whose path thf shad- this is the occasion of all occasions. Here they are to At one occasion 1 was present at ow af evil deeds. he taiiL'lit to think on whatsoever the christening of the great hattle-shi- p which hears the name of our things are true, on whatsoever thing. are honc-- t, just and of good Commonwealth. It was an impressreport, and taught to helieve that ive scene as the great hull glided no path is closed to any one who, out into the wave?; it was an occaforsaking evil ways, would live the sion when Kentucky was honored hy others. Another occasion was life of on the field of Chickainauga, when men and women. We. the trustees, have the honor we unveiled a monument to the to present to you and the State memory of our dead sons who were of our them on hoth sides. That wa- - an thi- - Institution, the lt occasion when Kentucky honored he.--t thought. Bradley never writes out his herself. The formal opening of this speeches and unfortunately there reform school is a greater occasion BRADLEY COTTAGE fOR BOYS JSOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION was no stenographer present to take than all. Kentucky not only hondow 11 his athnirahle rcspon-- e, which, ors herself, hut she stoops to lend a however, was in suhstance ahout as helping hand to others and lift them t- ." up to something higher. follows: I am ahout to lay down the duThe people of Lexington and Fayties of my office as governor of the ette county have every icason to Commonwealth, hut hefore I have upon the congratulate them-elvdone so I am glad that I fame hem estahlishmeiit of these houses of today. It will always heone of the leform in their uiid-- t, for it was hy iccollcctions of my most ptfa.-iit- g their liherality in suhsciihing for service to you that I assisted in the their election that they weie located of this school of reform, institution of which dedication heie. It which - an honor to our State and they will he proud inyeais to conn a cicdit to her civilization. The hoard of trustees, and especial The speech, which wai delivered ly the good women tai this hoaid, with iinpm ive earnestness and elok, are to he congratulated upon quence, wa.-- many times applauded for upon their effoits is due and most heaitily so at its close. to a large extent the success of this heing unahlc Senator llton-to- n formal heginning of this hencvnlcnt to till his place on the program, institution. The gentlemen of the Ileauchamp asked to was hoaid, also, am untitled to prai-- f Mis. speak, which she did as follows: for giving their time and effoits to to my niiiul tlieie is only one One of them, its I thing that could have made this J partieulaily, having in addition, mom complete the piosenee through hi- - paper, helped to awaken ) COTTAGE NO I fOR. GIRLS iNOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION whose place of Hon. C..I. llton-to- n, puhlic sentiment to a need of the on the ptogram I am to till. for which he deserves For ten years I have looked forof what science and who hiivo Inliored dining thu past the thanks of the State. For mom hi an honor and a hflp to the com- iiix uothiiu ward with prajeiful hope to this philanthmpy. that i. kiHiulcdyc tour .tais to i'pt'iid fur the het than 'J(i years I have advocated hour. Ten years ago I visited thf munity in whieh thfy live. I have Nfaily a p'lifmtion ayo. Ken- and love, weif iloiu in other States lesiilt what th ' Statf has permit such a school ol reform. Statf penitetitiaiy at Frankfoit and to huild a School of for childieu whose iuheiitauces and ted us to expend, ask all here ptfs-fl- it seen the injustice of placing young was deeply intpivs-e- d hy seeing such tucky hfj-iiand that great audience whom hoys in the Statf prison hy thf bide Itttfoim. and hecaiiM' our peoplf whosf sunoundinKS ueie ilmiim a large niuuhcr of children among - co-- t, into paths of they leprosi'iil heyond these walls, of old and haideued criminal-- , ami thf work or ihiviiiK the idlf had not counted tinthe convicts there who w em conthat the work her.' hogim he not al- am convinced that the most expoit dif ciiiiif. luiiKiiiflii'tl. Me prouiotei, demned heeaiisc they had never Now once again we hujjiii the low e I to fall tin- iy for lack of means criminals of our State today aie cmiriiKL'il hy puhlic indilTfiencf fhad a chance. I thought it a disWe to carry it to :i n hlf end. Such an thoc who have icceivcd their trainthe woik to tho.--e woik of ehunieter hnildiiiK. inally ahandoned grace to Kentucky that these hoys e institution a or thf tfstimouy ing in our penitential ics when they should he compelled to hold daily th!i s take the who wen' to come nftiT thi'in. fiom their old haunts and to the ehaiaet"!' of our eivili.alion. Wfie young. When I was informed conversations with hanleued crimiForoiif jjfiieiation n have don' What hiing them under the iiilliiemv of No Statu it ar.Mt, or pioinintint some time ago that a iiuthiiiK i ihih iliiection. nals and resolved that one effott of iudustiy ami of iducatiou, aiming wIutc th.Tt i I'Vt-- a I'Inss, luiwfver child hail heen placul within the my life should he to try to remedy was intended as a cchool fur of a State prison, I at once Icctfil hoys and unit- heeanif at to make of tlnsf possihlociiminalu, small. i''M of cHMiiiiuN foi whom walls thin grievous evil. i 11 h ;. of ivdi'iuiition. Our had him scut home. Anchoiat-ti- , an asylum for iiifii and men and women whu.-- e charactiii th The constitutional convention in-- s Hut for this school of leform le dgo, own uuut in lime aif foiinfil hy womtin worn out in thf struggle jit oil a clause in the new u to aetiuiis that will reduce claim no cicdit for myself. I sugand liff. on Itli page.) The trustees of this institution, the cwl elements among us, and gested; others have perfointed, I passed, know- Another 1 nhinrii ,rlf intrrm is that iii'tinet of hiuuMii nntitri' which acknowl-olftc- ? tlmt in the highest sen-- f we rp oar llntther's Kwpfrs. m'4 n n. 1 1 ft!! in-tit- u- fu-tr- al-n- i m he al s re-u- (v. es i- thi-woi- n il imfoi-innat- U-ui- nini-yfar-- iu-k- - fr tj 1 self-kno- im-pe- 1 ll const!-(Continu- sflf-contio- l. jji'm-ratio- ?3C -- ? - r MWOItM. tution of tlii.4 Commonwealth nmk-iii- j: it obligatory upon tin L cjrisda-tun- ? to c!talIili a reform "elionl in tliis State. I tlumkeil (!ol and took ootirap.' wlien the cnitfe of the reformatory iiiovenieut hiul Midi ;m ami nlile advocate in Mr. ltron-tottit one thine I regret nt this time if that he if not pre?ent to tell lis of his efforts in this regard. Such a hill was introduced in the Legisthe Senate, lint lature anil pa-e- d wax defeated in the Ilon-e, Dtirini; the next how C. J. Ilron-toever, linn. Senator from Fayette, introduced and valiantly championed a hill to cMnb-lis- h a hou?e of reform. After this hill p!i--the Senate he followed it into the Ilon-- e and -- nv it? pa. fagu there. In this" iiiovenieut his name will ever he coupled with that of your hcloved governor, and together they will illuminate our history as the greatest names that have adorned the roll call of the ComWe delight to honor monwealth. our governor and in honoring him In all that we honor ourselves. Mauds for righteousness and honor anil truth none can outshine him, and the hest possihle wi-- h that any of hi c:m express for his -- neee.--tr is that he may he worthy to succeed. Mrs. Heauelminp always speak-we- ll and on tin- - ocea-io- n did so with unusual eloquence and earn, e. I.egi-laturn. ed s,, - r.,, r ...', JlMf gg&k"-CJ- "H ' "TT ZiTl? t -- . IfclfciWWlSTl - HOlSKSOK is a veiy l.nhei.ttid mnn and a cpericii'ed many other tnnibhx with whiih the people are not f.im lunvim iliar and of which it essury lo tell. We all fei I howiv er. repaid for all the vcv.itinis unl delays we have experieiii id itnl in '' proud to have served tin which we trut i as aciipt.i'Ii the en iie has hull faithful The Itoard was pcriililarlj firm nate in eeuringthescriii s of -- it an experienced architei t as Mr ( -- LaVhaYflk 'HiM'iiuaY ' ' apprcei.itivf' one. lie has stricn do his duty as he aw it during the four jears of an exciting administration and the plaudits of tho-- e he has irinl to serve are very anileful to him. The hoard of tni"-tee- s would he nitrates if they did pnhlicly not on nil oeca-iohis great iiistani'e to them in midcitakiiiK and his helpful advice on all disputed tiointc. The lienedicthni was (hen -- aid .inl hy irtvitatiiHi the vUitttrs. i mtiil hy Sni.t. Ihmk. p.vauiiiieil the l'oili!iiit and itc ninny modern apinns! ns tin-hug- e e-- K. Kichanl-- . of M pliance. TIh Kfitiicky lIoHr4-s PROPOSED COTTAGE B FOR BOYS nestness. i I The trustees had had an excel lent portrait of the governor made and assigned Mr. Worthinuton, of the hoard. t l ""sent it. He did so very eloquently, a- - follows: It is fitting on this day that some mark of appreciation should he giv of the en by this Hoard of Tru-tcwhich it ha- - icceived at your hands in the performance of its sometimes hurdeiisonie labors'. To me, representing this hoard, has heen assigned the pleasant duty of giving some expres-io- n to this ape- ' Ui .. "" ' BiMaWaMMaBBaiaMMaBgHrTMBBBB .. t. M of Kefoiin ai sitnatol mi a farm of 'JiXlacies. tTh imnmd wene purcliiisiHl and the hiiildings will he partially erifl-e.- l out of an appropriation hy the State Iegilature several years ago. This appropriation. iHtwever. will fall far short of the amount which will he hPfded to complete all the huildlngs connected with the institution. An additional appropriation will doiihtles Ih made hy the iiicnmiiiit Legislature, and therehy enable the IJoanl of Tru-teto the scltool luiililiugs arcnnling designs. to pre-ei- il I The prime idea of tin- - iiitittition ij that it he a srlnml if reform, ami lint merely a place of restraint. I here will Ih- - lour double cottages for Imij-- and thn1 single cottages for girls, each cottage having a caSuperintendent lfoihr !!.., n,- pacity for '2 person. 'iln inntitu-tim- i has its own electric plant. Ha- Jas. S. Halo ter works ami (train heating appaMr K T Itnll.inl did tl ratus. The liltmliiHi system "f Up ' fur tin la MIIUloli I I'll r i s wenige will he adopt eI. it having ll id tin Ipi r Ii lllIU' '! it been jirovwl to lie the iihhM .nlx.m tin In - ("r -- ah win n il Ugenis for a place of this r. tiiiti. il tn iln ii (lll-lri- itl in-tial es tin-ish , i -. i" Hulfonl, of Coliinibiis whoM- - workand i' his i. of incalculable benefit to tin unv hers, lie is at the top in hi- - I'l t of tin I' fc ion and .is at I m for I'o School 1 and other similar ter. (.. t ions, has had large cxihtiiih) this -- pifial line of woik In Supi. l)oak the tnitei- - think they have the right man in tin- rulit place, lie i from the Tenin-- -i liidu-triSiImmiI and he and lo giHwl wife were almo-- t rai-e- d up m the noble work. The employes of the at present are: IS. II. loak. Mrs. Doak. Matron I Caretaker -- Charles llnghi J. Speak and I!. L. Mnin- Teachers Mif Kannie (unit. Mary I'. Chamber- - and Mi Halliday. Charge of tile Schiiiu' l'n'n -Mrs. P. S. Itule. Chief I'jigineer John Lb 'no Knu -- t I'm II I'hief CarfH-nte- r ty A Y Mipn-intenden- preciation. To you, sir, has heen given the nuL'L'ssary energy, the noble purpose, and the opportunity to carry to a partial completion this much By the needed work in Kentucky. exercise of your high gifts in this direction you have placed under eternal ohligations not only the citizens of Kentucky now living, hut tho-- e thousands yet to come. If man may speak of things divine, I venture to assert that in the l.aiiii) s nook ot hue mere is no fairer page than that which lecords the ilecls ot thoi who gave their energies, their gifts, their means g of and opportunities to the strengthenfallen humanity, to the ing of the weak, chance to the unfortunate, and purer and I tetter purposes to the vicious young. Hath not Christ said there was more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who was hrought into the fold than over the ninety and nine who were not lost? It has heen said and truthfully that peace hath her victoiie.- - no less renowned than war. The plumes of the warrior will crumhle to dust, the monuments elected to perpetuate his deeds of valor, time's cease hammer will pound into inipahm-bl- o dut; the annal- - of his tiiuit., lis will he lost in the voitex of icvnli:-tionhut he who huilds his monument in the heaits of hix people, wlm-ehe- st life woik is for the miring lip of the fallen, the hetteimeilt of humanity, has that monument which shall last second only to the monument of Him who gave for firing humanity. When in after day men shal glance hack over life, with the mental question "What has this man done to merit the honor which his people love to shower upon him?" this institution shall stand as an ever living answer among the throng which shall seek to he heard. And now as a memorial of your ellorts, the exercise i.. your gifts, in order that the students of the institution and in all time to come may know to whom they an- - indehted for this school, to whom they owe this gieat deht of gnititude, I to this institute this pietiue. You, sir, will iecognie it as the face those dearest to ou love so well; this audience will recognie it an the face Keiituckians love to honor and shall evi r t lierish. rai-ins; hi-li- fe pre-Hunt 'Hie main buildings, the maim m'IhhO ami th u.t- -. ! will all be of ted brick, ami slnw-tw- l t i in tlir Colonial fi: if-f. nreliitecture. The brain Ins ..f n. . suuciion as ouiiincu ai im m m l scholastic, inechniiical. (HI iHiiticulliiral ami agiicultur.il er departments will itltiiu.it l In added. It will be non lan in' Oo not think fnr a c,nil(- The n.iue will and ITlOtncnl that runiimnTirin uill in all probability be changed at tin cicr sinVc ou 3 MiJJ.n blow. It Joes not (.oinc trial uay. i net session of the State l. it creeps in uj along. I Kentucky liulu-tiitine l the irt. irili think if i n little colJ, nnihmi: hut a littli tucn-itiSchool. then a lit''- !o in The inamier in which the giouinls murIii; then a JiarJir coui;h; then the fcer and the iiikIii h.ive been laid out and the lmll sucjh The t.llLlilpnnpsi rnnir u lifn .,- ing- - located was governed no you nave a licniurrliBKc rily by the contour of the farm Iletter stop the Jisca.c utnlc They wen located with refcrum ii is )ci creeping. lou can 0(t It ultll - 'curing perfect dininage and piopi r of Id it and ecouomical and light fnnii a central plant Tin buildings ale equipped m tin mo-- t thoiough uiatiuer. with unidi-POOSED AORiCulTUIi. B. of heating. Ventilating and All -- tauw electric lighting. and marlj at hall- - aie of lank Ml inside partition-al- e thus tar put ii"Hi tlu-- c expeii-- e hiiililing- - mid all citiistructiini thro' oat aieot'siich a chaiacter that ( add lou first notice that you simply means ctcn to the courIi less The pressure on the chest is lifted. 1 hat feeline siull of line- - fur proper cnliliirtlnli of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened by plaeingone of with the drainage and nacliaiucal plant-- , and it will never he inci ar Dr. Ayer's Cherry to iciiiovc or iK'stiiiy aiiytliing cnii ot uiciia-in- g tiuctiil for the pin I'cctoru! Pluslcr the iiiuicily ol the over the Chest. silMi: IIKluUY. In May, IMHi, when the wntir A Book Frco, ii i lived a notice fimii (iov. Itiadlij It Is on the Diseases of the ncs. llirojt and if his atpoiutment toamcmlici-hi- p fll I lioaid of tlllstce-- , he was U Wrlta urn Frocly. oil the n. .in M IJ itiltil wliirtrr il I smpii-e- d and gratilied; gialilied In lilll'n it In-in. i, Kill, il ii ia)lt aw ... hi i,i. I,,, cause of the llllll k of favol fiom a Er '.,;ii.,.'u,.Vr,A..,.',;.'.:,",r """i". UK J C Alll: liwell, jum A M fiieiul. Ihit had we known and tribulations that the place would bring, we would have declined it with thanks. The other mem-liei- s PROPOSED ADMINISTRATION COTTAGP at fust appointed weie Mis. Cheathain, Mrs. Yandell. Mi. til I th hi:het rownid of .k'ophia Charles. It. T. Conway and In this, the closing da- - of muii join (impose ymn lm (or fi.nl I. u- - In tin-tin- - approhatiou I). II. Howard, and theliist meeting iifor tliir inanity t lis iiistiliitini) li.il it- - in- - a ui.m elicits i administration, I i iiruii pMiilimt! It.iHiiitt eny ity Irilllirilt M)l and ci'ptioil. of the people gleatest lewilld was in .lime. IMH5. when Mis. bill MfllUtl llltf tfillUltlt HU'IDill tNnMllll4 kll I hoard to exinosn conviction I. Hit Ufvll WCMIH After he had conclu led Mr. Van- - he hopes ur in the woild to come. Cheatham was elected inesideiit. ll.'ld.' may hope that even ImtiidtT he opened to you ill the future foi dell aio.--e to aimiiiini" th ' u )iHe- - To a man who has held a pulilie Mr. Hownnl ticasiuer and the writLeaders With Low Prices the excicise of your eneigies. your tion, when the governor. chokiiiK tiunt unthing cm he dealer to his, er Miictary. Alteiwauls Mr. Con- III liljf l.,.. Nul.,la li.,lhlnK' lti.,1. Mi,,.,, I (irllli. IjiiIIihi' illi.lihi. with emotion, said: h.'iirt whin he linli ii:hcd his woik way lesigned, .Mis. Chillies' teim l till lio Ihe an4im imiltii I uk Ur,.m jii.i ii,.i gifts and your nol.le puiHes. i. "iiili It iilix ami tnull .n,lii., U It. nt diction is put- - linn the "Well done, good and ).mi ni In '"llefoie the when expiied ami Mr. Win. Woithiiigtini And in life's golden MiiiM-tI disiie to saj one wind fill m rvant.' spoken hy the true and and Mis. Fi Hiuos I'. Ileauchaiup time shall have wiped uv.ay all give up untie to expiess my siuceie thanks loyal people whom he has tiied to .wiie made iiienibers and Mis. Yanand nicnioiy shall Khuiuii This is tie- - commitiiilation dell wax ci cti'il piesideut. llefore WfiiHii.iinl.l.iiii.0 iiur Mm k W lUrtialiu alur IUik.iIiu lli.ii Mniv ur her tieasiues, I ventiiu- to picdiet and appieeiation of the kind winds jerve i umi,!, i no lluti virrU lull' I'miw tinlMii lumr uiUluu. Imiv no thought shall he and sentiments heie expiesscd this I have received fmui you today. we could make the appiopiiatiou lint hrru ati.l juit mil liinl ihjiour Mi that for you nciu am neaiing the eh s!My heait is ton full of emotion to available a suit had to he piosccu-te- d tlul Iw twjlvll sweeter, none fmught with nunc afternoon. WE THANK YOU against the auditoi to compel satisfaction, none nvtr which you of a stormy administration and it'siy nunc." is most gratifying to feel that "yj durit Miiny o'l ir je I iides the This took a year, lur lhvvt,anl ..mllUlwn). li'iumu tu'inlul him to pay shall linger longer, than that the limr--l I'lma ts have met with the appinval crime's eie siiifused with tcaisaml tilde was ililliciilty in securing a ing your leign at the helm or Slate Kin-tiukof those most di ar to me. In all theie was a most iinpies.-iv- e silence fm in at the pioper distance from a in this our and your lovul ! thiough your incigy. things 1 have tiiid to do my duly. for a minute or tun (iov. Iliadley 'coiporate limits and the trustees that propvoEdc;ttaj n. training r$PF??yK -4 .,.-.- ...... -- ! .. ii phn i Co&S&SiEOQ non-politic- l.m- -1 al - Aprs liie-proo- f. Cberrg Pectoral & 3 -- Ht- -e I . n I - ii i The Election Is Over d-- ! 1 S & l,, . failh-uouuee- d for-row- s. Come To See XTc - j 1 gov-nlT- RACKET STORL i rV- - to Lexington j otrday yeS m MMCYMPr Mfe. WVnn W"at m I'm burial of Mr John IJ. Krabry. Hamilton I opening his holiday Suili from latinni, ami the price, wtn SW, $1 and S'JOj THi: Mmim. Wnltor have rnted good. Go and see them. 1 wlk, and the cloth from ''I to 3s in. The Conta art- lined with Mrs. Muttle NbxIbs' hoiM on Loiran STBNOOItAI'HY and typewriting dono Onlx a few Suits left. yanl .... thex arc made i now ndlniK at Sl.50 axenuu und will move with thulr sister Is the my, mark tiat in your Hat Wo will hegin to nt roasonnble rates nt this olllco. It. to wife and daughMR. H. M. HaI.MIL. Day Ro.xmiuns wanted. Call on pant ter, I'attllin, of lunea-to- r, Mrs. W R. Penny, Lancaster street. duY with thu famllv of Elder Jos. Tin: co5t of Insurance U only a few Halluu. .MihsNanmk VanDkvkeu tell ua com u week to go to Joe I). Wcaren In Order To k und Insure jour property. thai the talented Mrc. Wollluglon ... Von will U Mirpiwl t'H-- what ukikhI, Mxlidi mil mmumIhV Suit we Hull la expected to visit her toHavinu employed J. A. Hendren, I v yet tin o mum up at morrow. ,m eniinot will furni'h "ii fir 3l ami S10. am prepared to do all kinds of harness Uilnr-iimdhen jou Mlt. ami Mits. T. J. K05TKB nnd line for near there tiruw, ami our aro nil strictly mnklng and repairing. J. C. McClary. Thanksgivmade of S2 ami Mr J. II. MoAllstor opunt line to SiiiU from 817.50 to $3ft, we will "how joti Suit Ilefore moving llrue Jnn 1,1000 Ifygu need an Oven oat. Suitor SJ ing with Mr. and Mr. Thoinu Metcalf Is order to reduce our stock, will tntUsm lk, mul the tailoring the ilro e junl imiturialf, lincil with 5S Hoavy Coil come to us Xluholusxlllc. sell hay at a very elo-- o price for tho 1k ml- - at Our stek in xen full now, us we knew they would t obtainable ENQiNKim Husky Lxmmiirs, of the next law weeks. J. II llaughman & cl 'J5 per cent, and laid in a xod lino In? fore, -- t that we could continue K. C , ni glxun a now onglnc Wednes Co. $1 day mid ho U u proud of H a a boy low price during the TllK swindler Vonarx, who did a with his tlrat boots. In In I'mlotwear. Odd 'ots of Cliildrcn'i Pants only oc, La'lhV l'anls r I)K. J. left Wednee-du- y number of our people, was Indicted t.ui cases at Louisville for fraudulently and Ytstsonly 10c eich, no inoro tlinn Iwo Suits to one customer La !J for I'urcoll, Indlnn disposing of mortgaged pioperty. dies' Calf Shois 85c, Ladle3 Kid Shoes We, Men's Heavy Mioes at il, where he lll practice dentistry, liav Men's Kino Shoes II. 1,000 yards Ued and Indigo ISIuo Chlko nt Ic. liV Ing hud u lluttoring offor there. I'U RNITL'UB Stoim: Mr. Jacob Gins-bur10 Pieces LIrIu and Dark Outiug 5c. Ifjou need anyllihij; In Dry il& Mil J. 1'. Jo.NKS and children wont brother of Mr. J. Glnsbiirg, of GooiN, Clothing or Shoes don't buy before ou see what we have jj to Lexington yesterday to attend the tho Racket Store, will open u furniture tin- - Nile until Tliank'iving. iff We have nunc of theM left, and will c intitule of Georgu K. Grav to Mls btoro in Stanford In a short time Ho mid colore, talk-t- mul wtin, Hes .12 to marriago m xnitaro in black, pure white Clin k, duughtor of a wholesale grocery- - will likely occupy one of Mrs. Miller's s, niid thure i not one in the lot but ha in it more than S2.U.S worth of man. Court-liou- e Opjio-it- o rooms. flM m after Jan ht, 1000 V.. S. Si'OONAMom:, formerly of this r .ilk Losr Thuke Mr. J. E. Purrls, county, order hi iapor changed from Tioga, Texas, to Sclcncu Hill, IJulus-k- l who recently udverlUed for a lost valuables, IncludcountVi wheio ho has moved his hand bag containing ing money, tell u sho ha heard no family. Mus. Wm. Cheatham, of Louisville, trace of It. It Is tho third one of the kind sho hus lost and sho has never Is x lulling Mr. W. G. Uunlap at Uan-lllhaxlng cotno over from tho dedi- been able to lay cjes on them again. TuesWo cation of tho House of Reform, t Died Of membranous croup Tuoi The weather i here, we hae the coric-- dixies and at Summer price. day night. day, after a shoi t Illness, Beverly C. telling wo are E KltYlioiiY will regret to learn that Sundldgc, Jr., tho -, enr-ol- d will buy no more, as we could not buy any now in cheap in son of Mr. Mc Wheat, tho sterling democrat Mr. und Mrs. II C. Sandldgo. tl in. You will next r buy fun- cheaper than you can now. Hu wus und elox or gentleman, has sold out In u xery urigut boy mm ins parents, We have just returned fioiu die niirUct ami besidw repleiiMiim; our regular, stock thl county and gone to Mldilleburu to whoso Idol ho xvns, haxo thu sympathy in a I the dvpartnnuts we selected a choice line of desirable llvo for tho prccoiit. of ull who oxer knew u parent' loto Miss IlvuuGiXKN". went up to Pitts- Tho burlul wus at Danville Wtdncniny i Wednesday to xlslt her nlecei burg WiiEiti: AkkThexV Mr. A. A Mis Salllo Glxens. and Mrs. Ur. Juck- , showed u a. lulteijuddroci.tdvto She chaperoned little And wo no assert with the utmost confidence tint we can pleiiKe all who may visit in white und gmv, ut $.'1 piir. Kxtr.i son Glxen Mtt-full 10-VII wool llhinkt-lH- , II N. Copp, 707 G our store. Among the many new lldngmve oK.n tliKucok aro: 10-!..'(). U- - .it S.I u jMir, plain while or plaid. .Miss Katie Hastln, who wont homo to his father from nt 8 all wind nhinkcts, Jn- street N. W , Washington, I) C , spend Thanksgiving. IJItinkfU for ioIiuh .it Sl.-'- o puir. 7'J1K Laminated jcyttriiH.' Scotch Mus. E. T. Pr.Nil". wont to Louisville milrlni' for Mons llalhirtl and Ai hi Comforte, oxtni large, $.!i. In tho 12 id V, M xusturduy In ic.ponfo to a telegram Shelby, who torx-enfoili 81 Hl. lioine-inudstating that her sister. Mrs. Carthago C. Infantry. They gavo their roaldu ee Hart, had died suddenly of heai t troub- us Lincoln county. M. Copji has eomo le. Sho was (32 jcius old and lull nlno money for them or tholr widow, f children. Her husband died lx year "VOL' must oxcusu mo this time," ugo. said Mr. William Koyslun to our busir.I I7"A in IT I" II. T. Conway, of Lehunon, was i ness manager at Lancaster Monday, "I A big line of Ebonoid Novelties such it C'eiuhx, Itru.hes, Mirrors. Collar and Cuff illfiRV O hero Tuesday to eo uftor hi telephone usuully p iy for my papor October court Ikmu, Smoking sets, Ac , Ac Don't buy jour llolidiy l'reeiU imlil you m?o xvhat I postmaster of his town business. Hu and 1 urn u month Into this je.ir." Tho we have. I Jol'un.xl l.iryest mo and suxs tho l.vrmtioit oloor gentleman's Inti.uioi: JnuitNAL iy price, fioiu Kit' to 811, und nil sue, from bibii' fn such a hot duuuioiatlu paper ho puts 1st, but hu Our 'jrie linoof Vcttsnnd l'anth mo cxtiu (piality und lull fcues hi gloxu on when ho handle It, fur doo not ixplru till Juu. . sotfin to be so ufruid hu will owe foiuu- ( iilmiiic Knit Shoit SkitU l'liroWinil Oniita I'iiiou Suit- - f0c to Sd far It will burn hi hand. body something ho nuvur oven lots his Mil A. A. McKlNNKYbusbeonglven ' 161. collectorshlp by Collector subscilptlon gal lu tho nolghlioihoo(lof a deputy ear. out boforu pax lug tor unotbuYoi kes, tho samo now hold by John Would thuia waio more men llko Mr ' W. II. Miller, of Richmond, mild to bd Royston. STANFORD, SCY. a democrat, und ho hu londered his Out Ell.KS Wo aro indebted to Wnllum hheKou, l'fi.uUiiil resignation a assistant cashlor of thu l''lrt National Hank of thl placu to Mr. John S. Hughe for tllo of tho In- - Primary, Preparatory, xcidtfiuii. and Col!oiati Departments, Muae, Art, Elocu tttko oiled Jun. 1. Tho po.ltlon Is an TKltlott JOUIINAL printed boforu It ua nn aid and Plijsical (nliuic 'M xmr likumSept Mx htuit for lalulojjue to ollleo onu und Mr McKlnuoy accept It purchased Fob, 6, lt75 bv the present MKs NANNIE S. SVUFLIT, lady Principal. because it pay better than hi present, owner. Tho paper xvatarlcd In March ' Campbell, which ho has hold so faithfully 1872 by Messrs Hilton fioobTcec, und well for many jeai. 1 act Is tho und tbo tiles, whluh cover thu three Mr. McKlmioy In It will ) ours prior to our taking chur!u and Pet: bauk without haidly look llko Itself. Hu hu boon which wo hud never seen before, aro u STiorntan rtjjeufriltny. with It almost slnco It Inception and very vuluublo ucijulrltlon to the ollleo eepragty, wo liavo often huurd him uy ho hulped Extracts, which will bo of Interest 3 S Mm tho brick to thu masons that allko to those who lemumbur tho In curi-built tho building in which tho bunk is cldont und those who never heuril of find For kept. Already thero tiro sex oral appll thorn before, will bo mado from time to (htalyut time. Vant for hi place. OTer Fine Tailor Suits For $5. - Mit. and Mns. E. A. White, of Jes amine, (pent Thanksgiving with thol parents, Mr. and Mrs. II, L. Whllo TUB little on of Mr. J. A. Ilcazley Dice i, i8r nt Lancaster Is very 111 and Or. CarpenStanhokd. Kv., ter hm gono to inect his physicians In consultation. M1S3H.S Ploiiknci: Hakiiis and E. C. Waltos, Uuhisess Manaoeh. nlo Austin, of I.nneatcr, aro TllK best material combined with Mrs. J, Randolph Harris In tho Tur euro, skill and accuracy lnsuro good ncrsvlllo vicinity, results. No other mothod aro ovor Mits. Icn: o tAV, of Logansport, used In our prescription work. I'cnny I ml , Mrs Lucy D Ray, of Junction Drug SUire. City, and Mrs. Mattle Halter, of Nlch olasville, aro visiting their mother, PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Mrs. Nancy H. Woncr. Mil. C. II. I:nuli:maSi of Garrard, HIS many frlcndn In this and adjoin Is here. Ingrounflo hill bo glnd to know that Hon. It. C. Waukkh went to Corbln Mr. J. K. Curon will return to his farm on legal business. In tho East End tho first of tho year. PlioK. M. O. WlNHtnY went to LexA year of Housicrdoom Is enough for ington yesterday. him. W. W. WrrilKKS Is In Cincinnati Dk. A. S. Piticn, O . A. McRoborts ' b ijlng more furniture. and Jack Rout nttendod tho recaption I visiting MI8S ROSA Al.coitN given by MUs lios'lo Hurnslilo In Garfriends at Mltchullsburg. rard last night In honor of Mine came homo from John If. SHANKS Lotltla Ilrown and Pearl Hurnslde and Loxlncton to eal turkey with ho.no report an elegant tltno. folk. Mns Will Skx'kij.xnce will have Miss Annii: Hkonavoii, of Crab tho members of thu Stanford Auxilllary M. Wo "how ,,,c '''BR'"1 Orchard, was ilia guest of M Us Mlnnlu of tho C. W. II. M. meet with her Dec M'cujioiioiirClm'tiiiiKCuiMliiFrolnv.Dcr. idmivn Mundav ti from 2 to 4 p. ji mid HUmy Toilet Article Tho regular meeti.I Uwt liui! of Silver, Cut (Sinn, Silver Jamks II VlSAUUt Is down with a ing of tho Auxllllarv will be at the I'hri-tnA look at them nil! wmn convince you that your i tlii- - Motion. troublo that Is making his life Christian church Hoc. nt 2 i M. Stock stomach loiiuy will go further with in than anywhere you can cpend it. Our miserable. Mlt AND MllS. STItOTHCIt Yeagf.ii, Mlt. R. E. Koiiekts, n Richmond of Iloylc, spent yesterday with CwmIn miwI "It.m.lv to wear" article for I.idie- li.ts been greatly retheir ....ij....! I..- - l)..nilutr iHIAltin.w Villi relllllfll llo letter tllMI COII10 llllll frCt! attorney, spent sexural days with I lev. son, Juinc II. Ycager, who Is sick S. M.Rankin. This was Mrs. Ycager's second visit to 'mt xxunrc nlluriiig. Mits. Fannii: GiikkN, ol MayellcK, Stnnford and notwithstanding sho lives U vUlllntr Mrs. J. I'. Uruco and other near Danville, she has not been In that lolallvid here, town, except going through twice, In Pcr-k't- i, J uic, little son of Mr. V. E. 25 years. of Crab Orchard, Is very III of Mlt. AND MltS. WII.MAM ROYSTON, i.pbotd fuxer. of Garrard, spent jesterdny with Pkok W. J. Ckaio, of hexlncton, Mrs. A. A. McKlnncy. Mr. Roys-to- n pent Thanki.'lvinir with Mis has an unusual record, having nil xx.d Fancy CnmelV Hair Maid ut 7oe, pure wool spent every night at home for tbo last 10c. To clo-- o we oiler Miss I'kaki. Huunsidk, of Stanford, 11 years. He has spent only two nights Jxoxeltx wool lire- - Good-lai.lc at r0o, laxlslllnj; her coinlns, MUees Hesclo away from his wlfo slnco ho man led Light colored Outing Cloth P.c. nv 1 25 lllnrk Cropou at Oe. und Jcnnlo Hurnaldc. her 22 years ago, and then ho was scr- MlhS SCbiK HltlNiCLKV, of Somerset, ving uf a feiltral juror. hns returned from Wlllinru.uurjr, and rkkkkAkkhkkkkAkkAkkkkkkkk THE INTERIOR JOURNAL :;CrEO, - H. FJLBBIS UF. kG U.ER IN', A";lDry DANVILLE, JOr uroceries, iaraware, btoves, Queensware, Harness, &c. AH $i?d5 of Produce Watcd Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, ASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. - 11 nw Drugs, Books, Stationery, Patent Medicines, Perfumes, Guns, Arnu-- ' tion and Hunting Supplies, &c., go to Craig Si Hooker's. NOTWITHSTANDING ress h Goods. nt The Advance In Prices We will eell you anything !n our stock at Mr-an- h Actual Cost Until the entire stock is closed out. Como early. ! s Wo have some nice goods. lswithMltsSuoWlUIolIalu. Mil W. A. Litxvis has gono to Ind., to live, and his wife una fumily will follow In a fow Mlt .XND.MllH. J. 11. I'OSTBK went in, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. da. Go to Dal ton for good watch work. B. K. &?, ts-- Will Hardin. . pay cash for xeal calves. Mark r&1SiW3CTriW5CT.i!S3 -- WEAKEN & SON. iruwi-rE&- to attend TjTyrssr&rv' '.vxjiio;v7tr.vju'iL';c.'3LjiS1s lt uj&u. IbT; Other Suits. jhh-iIiIe -- ev-er- al CUT PRICES Gla-ooc- REDUCE OUf STOGK lfl BARGAINS & SILK SHIRT WAISTS, $2.98. i, Ter-ltor- y, ... f SEVERANCE SONS. 1 PURS. 1 e $mm$m$mmm&m$m To The Trade. e, ft? HOME 'lankets (mbi:s! And Comforts. y HOLIDAY GOODS. Imported Woolen Dress Goods. Taffeta Silks and Satins All Over Cream Laces. New Creations in Neckwear. IIBEllf JOHN r. JONES. - Stanford Female College, ' ; Da n villa, Ken tuclzy. iH S Irf J v-t f "' fffc 'W ?j ' (0 BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. MIDDLEBUR6, THEINTEttlO RJOURNAL snaT.a."'mAi.ysi ni 3Txidsr will t chanted $1 PER YEAR CASH When not aonaid3J3.0 FOOTPRINTS OF THE FOR WOMEN deal difference between a "trood shoe" and a ' shoe that Is " the best ' for the monev." Women ' who wear the Ultra shoe these are the best judges; verv same women are our Jiest advertisements, for their praises are unsolicited, and commendations are the sincerest flat tery. r 'There's a of ' their LOOK TOR THIS TRADC-MAR- ON THE SOLE. 3s- - $1.50 Coal oil has advanced 30 per cent. Tim Winchester Opera House- - wai told to a yndlcato for $15,000. Howard Jones, of Henderson, died from drinking milk from a diseased cow. Thn Kentucky broko tho record oi speed for her cliiss on her return to age. Hampton Roads. Tho Philosophical and Literary SoKobcrt Howard, of Harrlsburi:, I'a., ciety of Mlddleburg Academy held a hot himself when ho was told that his declamatory contest on tho evening of wife had died suddenly. largo crowd wus present, a iit.vonr.nld boy hune liimscu at, tho 23th. A and tho honors were carried oil by DudVlncenncs, Ind., becauso ho was the ley Wesley. Thero were six epenkors, victim of epileptic fits. tho others being Duko und Struben Dean Saxtoo. of Glcnwood, fell out Godbcy, Ella Williams, Lllllo Kcenoy whllo cUmbinc after a squir of a tree and Orcstus Jones. All spoke well and arms. rel and broko both tho Judges wero at first disagreed as to It develops that parents at Columbus, whom tho medal should bo awarded. 0 maimed and deformed their oil Mr. D. G. Elliott, of near Urovo, was spring so as to secure charity. waylaid, knocked senseless and robbed Stuart R. Knott, lato tralllc manager byGcorgo Martin and Wood Taylor. been elected vlco A. N, has of the L. Mr. Elliott was returning to his homo president of tho Plant system. whon ho encountered the two men, who Hcnjumln D. Maxbara bequeathed In asked him for a drink. The bottle was Jersey his will 8100,000 to the New passed around and whllo Elliott was training school (or feeble minded chil- drinking, one of tho assailants hit him dren. in the head with a revolver, knocking Henderson NewbcrRcr, a Loulsvlllo him senseless. They took all the money Jew, attempted to kill himself when Mr. Elliott bad with him amounting to money his Invoice showed ho had lost about $4, and (lied the side of the gun In business. Identification. Mlllcrs-burj- r, ofT to prevent The Old Davie distillery at J. W. Mcintosh, of Yosemlte, will ago at a cost of erected years Colley proiwrty in MIddlo-burIs being move to the $10,000 and never operated, Mrs. E. V. Mooro and daughter, dismantled. The house sold for $40. Edythc, of Parksvllle, wero tho guests "White's Burcnu," a of Mrs. Hugh Moore, of this place Satconcern like tho franklin Syn- urday. Prof. W. C. Grinstcad and wife, dicate, vanished from New York with of Danville, attended tho association nenoaltors loso over here on Saturday. Prof. Moore and i. lUMUWh1" 1LB nnn wlfo attended tho wedding of Miss Bowman, of Lebanon, and Mr. At Cumberland Court House, Va., Richard Carter, a Negro boy, lu years A. J. Wright, of Kansas City, Mo., on old, was sentenced to be hanged for Tuesday last. "Uncle Ike"'Cowcn Is assault upon Martha Hatcher, a small tho guest of relatives in Huetonvllle. colored girl. Meyer Jones hended a hunting jurty Great Britain has protested vigorous-l- on Saturday, and thero was great boast orto this government against the of quail. Tho party returned at dusk ganization of expeditions in this coun- with a large string of salmon fish We try, prefumably for tho asslstanco of hardly understand the situation. R. the Boers. II. McAninch has purchased the Me. Fire In Philadelphia destroyed near- Wheat farm near Mt. Salem and will ly an entire block of busiees bouses, akcsposscsslon In a few days. Miss causing an estimated loea of $3,000,000. Lulu Adams is the guest of her sister, J. B. Llpplucott A: Co. sustained a los Mrs. Clay McWhorter. of this place. "get-rlch-quin,. A protracted meeting Is being conducted at tho Methodist church by Rov. Johnston and wife. Miss Roso Yowell assists with music. Tho Baptists havo purchased tho property on tho corner of College and Main streets, and Rov. Grcono and wlfo are domiciled In tho now parson- desire n iMsltlon aa overseer nil a alock .. !. as ........ ..vintriem'.' ami rartn. imrnsu.' ...,. tea i.f Kill?- - can give g'"l references John U ... .. I People. xlllnnnd vicinity forbid any hunting of walnut iirnre, ivy Less than a year remains in which gam" on our wnwi ten fWn Hester. i 11 W I). Ilm. 7VVULCHHY, to gather facts, and information that M. I). Smith. W.ll Skldinore. lliisseMJooch Hooch. will influence your vote for the next Jim Sweeney Hnlw llogne, (pecUl reprtsfntllof J A.SInnlet n Wm Hart, VA Murphv president of the United States. T Waters. C Murphy. II. P Alford HUBOEUU 5 CO, I II W M Meeka. That grievous wrongs have been J. J Miner. Tallon, MT West ,th flreet. I Jl ounii. Merchant O committed, and grave errors allowed W O Alford. W U Heiislov (leu. Hlgne). riticlnnnll. U . It Hvyiiolils, Ilajter. to exist without effort at correction, is Win. Mcl'nrty t)Sl creigiuun. mw imiW. I.. Will display families at the St Aaat.h Hotel evidenced by the speech, writings, and In !lanford on the ttlh of Each Sfontli . in.. .. ,tn IT.i.l.i.ilnli, willk A -- " comments of eminent statesmen and All garnieins mi.it .... w,- ... tliNinrthiflnr W-A.:nt:e:d misfit Is an Hniswsll.lllty with jurists; congressmen and leading men "all and examine latest doing linsliie" of business; professors and clergymen And willing to pay top prices In CAll for Hnniplm lull anil winter in-iChickens, Egg, Feather- -. Ducks. CJmsc, in every state. Turkea, fllnwug, Yellow Hoot. Ilees n.... Party affiliations have been ignored Hides or nil ktnils. uopiKr, nra, in... in the outcry against thrusting aside llonea. Also will Ut n the market for wool. be torn selling, and Unclortalcor, the safeguards of our fathers and rush- See uio and get hiv price mv lieaibiHarters. ret spot cash Oull nt Kontucky ing into the affairs of Europe. at J. (Ilnabiirg. Ilackel Mori llustonvillo, It ItOlltNON The situation is a deplorable one if I POSTED I POSITION WANTEI1. "'"- It's op to the tn J. GRunn, - .... - w !" ; a. J. T. SUTTON, pell-me- ii y With a cargo of dying horses and mules, tho United States traoeport Victoria was forced by a storm off Capo Flattery to turn back from her voyage to tho Philippines. AasUtnnt Postmaster General Heath nas decided to have his annualrenort profusely illustrated, thus snowlng what a newspaper man can do to brighten up things. , in RtnrvolHeo building, modern arm complete In every detail, may replace County Lincoln the old First National uanK Duuuing National Bank. at tho southwest corner of Fifth and Main streets, Louisville. "The Court of Visitation," a Kansas Cifltal btock.lf lOO.CiO.: nniHillatlc scheme to compel railways Company Baccessor to The Farmers Hank A Trust iind uuder same laanagement contlnuand telegraph companies to make rates ouily for W Years. at the pleasuro of tho court, has been knocked out by tho United States 3urt. The number of banks In operation on Sept 7, lSOU, was 3.503, with a paid in such business relation, will prove mutual. Uonln capital of $003,772,070. Tho Individual j benetklal and pleasant. DIUECTOUSdcKslta on that date amounted to 31, and tho aggregate re J.J.J,Williams. Sr , 8. () wiky, sources to 84,050,355,133.14. William (lonch After a long and honorable career A. W. Carpenter, W. 11. Cummins, the Harper Bros., publishers of tho II Lynn, J. "j. II. Shanks Monthly and other periodicals, have J. F. Cash, gono to the wall. At least their busi J, B. Owsley. ness has been placed In tho hands o a OFFICE 1U: trust company as they wero not able t . II. Shanks, President:Cashier; J II. Owsley. meet their obligations. Asst.Cashter W. M. Hrl.at. During tho burial In tho Carlisle cemetery of tho remains oi U. w. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Smith, a horse belonging to tno sexton ol tho cemetery became unruly and OF STANFOIU). KY. fell backward Into tho open grave. In terment was delayed an hour until tno Stock $100,000. Swpl-- i, S1T.6S3 51 l animal could bo taken out. Thla Institution originally established a the 1). A dispatch from El Paso. Tex , says: ult Bank nTManford In IMS, then reorganlied at "Adolbert Garcia, 10, has been to death for the murder of Ed Uta National llauk ofStaotord In ISM andajaln O'Connor was tho son of l!auk:I Stanford O'Connor. r.otnJ aa tbj Flm National Ned O'Connor, of near Paris, Ky., and had. practically aaunlnterrupted existIn 1M2, baa Garcia killed him after ho had struck a ence 2f 41 yeara It la betlei supplied now wlti young Mexican, knocking him down. tacillllea fur uausaitlu buslneae promptly and lib- Tho youthful murderer received bis erally than ter before lu lu long and honorable sentenco without a tremor." Tho annual report of tho commissioncarver. Acouudii ol luJWUuala, nduclarles.tlrin, er of internal revenue shows Kentucky and IndlilJualisolIilted. ranks fourth in tho nggregato collecDiHacToat. J. W. llayden, Stanford tions of internal revenue for tho fiscal t JUJd, Lincoln Co. j year ending Juno 30, with $22,215,2.1... B. II. Bauahuian, B.T.Harrli, " 21 to her credit, being oxcecded by IlT. P. Hill, " J. . Iloctai, linois, New York and Pennsylvania. " W. A. Trlbble, W.l Walton " Tho number of registered tobacco facJ. UolllKf.CrabJOrcb'd JM. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon tories In Kentucky wai 139. Internal revenue receipts from all sources agM. D.KIiaore, Htanford. orricaat. gregated $273,481,573, an Increaso over I'resldeut.V. J. SklluWrta, J. S. Hocker, McKluney ALtaut Cashier. Ca.liler. the preceding year of $10!.,017,000. AA A SUKE CUKE FPU CKOUP of $2,000,000. H. J. McRoberts. vt Republic apparent to any ordinary observer seeking the A. 8. PRICE, true inwardness of events. The Cincinnati Enquirer has freSurgeon quently called attention to each and Dentist, every move as it was transpiring, and v during the campaign of 1900 will HtRiifortl, Ky. present its readers with a truthful OOoerfT" Vcltoleria' Drug Htora In the Owsley lliillitlne. array of facts that will be extremely interesting and startling. American, be he OPTIONS ON FARMS ! No Republican, Democrat or of other political faith, can afford at this critical WANTED Partisan time to ignore the truth. il,1 la.i tn take ontlons on giiod farms t prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators, In Lincoln County For terms and pirtlcu- WM. LAM 1HAF. is a far more degrading slavery than Iarddrea. Krlger. Ky. ,j that which existed previous to the Civil War of '61-6- 4. Trusts in the United States alone have a representative capital greater than all the gold and silver in the --sui-4- rf oiler rwilblwf f'f .. ...,. M.v .. rpuif sml ur world. These will spend many more Arrh.ptl.in...- "- - - " , 7. ttl rim" "V """ millions of dollars to suppress truth . . h in M' irn .ai.in ii,ruinmifinjiiM"i-- - ti us iartlptifr rau and facts and mislead all whoa fail to n..t W- - rmiior no 11 .ppi..hu.... look beyond their plausible decepliiepuone.. Read the Enquirer and you tions. will be able to discern the truth and A victory for combat falsehood. Trusts and the McKinley AdminisLIVERY, FEED AND SALE tration in 1 poo will end the era of STABLE, greatest good to greatest number. .MILLIONS l.fvKSTWA Y ... II. I ... . . Watch carefully the KENTUCKY DANVILLE, praiujinf 10 ine puuiiciu It i Cincinnati Enquirer. of .one ronwrn in thet land who are not afraid to I ....... .n.l tr..rlnir Th. Iimliri. - and MuIm ccnstantly on baud and Horsenr of lr King's Stw Diiroitry for Coujuupiloii, jor aula at all times. Coiiiihf and Coldi, uve glien away orrr ten milmedicine; and bae ESTRAV. lion trial Niillee of thli treat tuny. the talhfaclion or unowiog u na ouwe. Allium, llnmcliltli, A llelfer came to my plico DR. R. thouundofboili .iiu..m Aflhn Thmat. . Lhet , h.i .11 UMrirurHu.tt cured "by It -- - Call on I enny. In July. Owner can get her by proving THE aurely and lunsi are Ue property and pjlng for her keep and thU Irua;lt. and get a ffe trill Iwllle. En Petto. Stanford. Ky. notice. It re.Vic and (I. hfiry bottle guaranteed or prke Eye Specialist, oMVest OBirshlsserTlceato lhaw-- rl not alarming; as is also our domestic and Case counties I nil stock of Cninsand C. affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. hand II. M. Carpeuler. Manaier. The evils are not of spontaneous Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Coui.ty grow th I They are the result of years subject to thn action of tho democratic par of labor and expenditure of millions ty. Your support la solicited of dollars) Beginning with the disFAKMF.R placement of American silver for English gold, the cunning of Eng- t. n niwli.Ui.. fur Jailer, sublet t to the nr- land's diplomacy in shaping the des- iinnnrtbn drmiicratlc iKirty He sAlklls your siipHirt. is tiny of our JOHN PEFPLEii , DINK ?. A. rfe. JONES, DENTIST, Stanrord Ky. '5I!jwJ X MI.SIEVELYN TARDIF, Tho SoamstroBS. and Plain and Fashionable Hewing Cutting St Water Worka I'ltllug a Specially d W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., LniiciiHtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vitalised Air I -.- tc Physician In attendance, TREES,TREES FRITH HOTEL. ?. nu.::i:::, rroprietcr., " timer In the New Thomn Hullrtlng i,e.. wt. -. AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. H.-.- i B. O. FOX, elins men lWtersiuNta.liai's. n the ei..i.BtaIn fiial stli-ti- rsles cmi..lre.l lo tut- - "WA1TTED I . ...... for the Agents to solicit ubcrlWVim rtBirTirniicn. s . -- .... allowe.) - Write for Illiernl coniinlssliiiis rotuea ins-- ,tuui.- terms Farm VubllMng Co Isling ton, Ky. - COLDSTGIN. OF -- Just Like a Freda Mill. chear funded. Celebrated Mrs. L. Benepe, of Indianapolis, and Jno. L. Floyd wero found at the Vic toria Hotel, Louisville, by n detective. Wilt begin to buy Turkeys asln on hec. 4tb He Is a nromloont school teacher and Owlug to the low markels and poor pross.ls I will pound Will They not he. able to jasy aoer3 rents per All who wish she is tho wlfo of a business man. pay that price lor Uuilled time. them to get their slot V In. Am sell would wero taken back to Indiana. Mrs. uen- epo is the daughter of tho lato Major M,i.ne.l,h,ywr.lUnoh.gber.Kau,isTiAN Doxoy, of Andeisoo, by whoso death TURKEYS JaZHNTED. LbulNvlllc, - Kentucky, Will be at the St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Fri day JJec. i, i-- In Stanford and get In eirhango Flour and Steal. You can also bu) Flour, Steal, thlp-stuf- f. at Ilrati. Chicken Feed. c, my place, than anv where In town. A trial Is all I ask. I bvlletc my exchange will lie a good thin? for farmers and I pledge liber-u- l Slv goixls iftii.ui-ilnii- . -- m! full wrlrbt come frum Dudderar'a Dla Kher Holler SIOHHIW riifcii. Mills and are flrst-clasTelephone No .. You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris F.aeliango In Win Daugherty'a shop Keturtttnft oik ifny t' each munth. John II. Uakti.kmsx. llHtCKIMIIlxl-CaaTLr.Ms- AnthuhO I.amiiisii N. she inherited nearly $250,000. Solicits Your Bank Account, - I'.EK HOT HIIIM THE IJUN Wat the ball that bit (I. 11. Meadman. of Newark Mich. In ItieClill War It cued horrime for 20 Ulrera that no treatment Then IlucVIeu'a Arnica lte rurej hint. Luree Cuta, llrulaea, llurna, Holla, Felons, torus, fkln cents a 111a cure on earth. i! Eruptions t. lux. Cure guaranteed, bold by l'euny, Pru.-gls- House And Lot SBank Stock. Eyei Eia-l- sei a-- 1 Ql Scioctlflcally 1 Aijusioa. hell j,. Ilt I will sell at public auction on Monday, Her. II 1W. County Court day, the iiouwacu l.)l oi ;Acrre.iin Last Slain -- trcei In Manford, utupled byT .. tilnk. Huute contains seren .1rooms and F ,.... .1... . .1.....- ... .,-- . i.'n ,. w. nas a spieniiiu wen iwuieuicH. a .Lincoln County ?atlonal11 Hank Stock. I1 wa Ilsll. ;i-tAll. A.l.ur M. BEHZLEY HOTEL, KENTUCKY. .' W. A.BEAXLEY, Pror., GRAB ORCHARD, Cij-lU- Splendid Accommodillo us. noted for Its keen sight, clear and disClose to I'eiHit and Huliilmr Well. ater So iiro thoe persons who uao It ilea Keasouable, I Ino tinct vblon. ,2 Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eye I would like to sell prltutelv my cottage Largest Fire Insurance Couipaiiy In thtl styes, aoro eyes of any Wind or granulated on Lancaster btrert. In Stanford, containWorld. ing six rooms, kitchen, coal house, cistern, llda. Sold at Penny's Drug Store. and garden Cnll on or nrldre. patSUES. UK. IIIIONAIHill. Stanford. To all of my ciislomera for their liberal hope ronage and proiii.t p.)menls und For Ront. they will coutluuo a I havo a Managers Southern Department. Has 9 roonn and largo lawn. Apply to Ward, Crab Orchard. FirHt-ClnH- M Mrs. Eva Oenernl Olllcera, Columbia llulldlug, Ky. (5) And am letter prepared than ever to .do Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. work for Hum. Tho Iilaln place on tho IUnvllle pike, James (Jlvon. Splendid house and I have for sale Mammoth llronzo Turkeys, Ky. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL home J. H. CREER, llw. 124 iicres of land. An raised from a Tom that weighed .Tl' Pul- IWen.loii Jan. I, ll)0. For particular Young Turns, SSi when 10 month old. I.omInvUIc, or cull on lets. 2 euch. (To) Miw. J. E. I.V.nv. Stanford, write to UIIEEMlEKItV llltlOIIT Ky. Danville, The most ci ntrally located and only 77 MIIS. U. D.KIMl'SON, l'ror.. mECFUllDMID'FUALT?, FIEST-CLAS- S 1 TUB EAOLE. KINU OF AM. Blltns. ROYAL INSURANOHj COMPANY Ol Liverpool. COTTAGE FOR SALE. I AM TSATTKFTJL Morc Sliocr, Stanford. Residence Barbee & Castleman, FOR RENT. Ixiuls-Istlll- Mason Hotel 1 Ky., sen-tenc- ...I will on. FOR Doc. G, M two snd three year old mules, now ready for near Omny preuileon the Crab Orchard pike S'au-fur- d market. One block from the principal chopping Cattle feeders. VU Iliad of Cedar reek bridge, about xveu miles from I lied Hull Call Mbortuornand Hertford); weight and three uuiCrab Orchard, aell at public district and two blocks from tho time 7UJ uuuds. outcjy a mm llsrrilsofCorn. The Scuthera liuiual Investment Company principal theatres, Tract ef At:ut 37 Acres ciLana, Tisu Hales of (lover Hay. Ktrvvt earn pasn the door tu nil ptrti 0 rnni.inim, fiiiir.runui dwelling, barn and other MlonsUoter llsy In llarn. C'J J. II. OWsI.EV. at Lincoln Co. Jal. Hank. Ky. liupnirements aud also a tract ofabout V0.1 Acies of the City. Icrytliing neat and clean. Of Liiid. unimproved eacept a tenant boue, alwut '4 01 B mile Iruiil uvuer ,i.ii ntw, iuv i.w.. l"1' bullion, 2 J.iks UatkColt onalty: 1 year-olPlan: INSURANCE REVERSED. -SJeuuels, 2 Horses, .land 17 years old, .'I .Mares I sted Mule, I lion t'olt, In foal, yearlluif Mules, aiOXS, allOUl 13 IIOKSSUH niliMia, iuuui "".,"" of I ulder, lut .Millet, rels ol Corn, about '!'; H We Pay While You Live. Seed Oats, also HouMhold and Kltthen Furniture, 014 Line Companies Piy When You Die. Farming loiplementa, Ac, At. i Jh 1 be laud will be sold for Tkkm balano In 1, 2 and a rears, deferred paymenls to V t! in Lt' on Interest Personal pr iwrly for la.li In baud T II riCII7 Our IIM.OfK) laidorerItrlns Iwneote. andl Surplus llescr for sums under flu; oier tint amount eight mouths ij, -good ued,.. note with rtf HAUSF-- S WKAIIKX, local Agent. Blanford. Ky SMITH HUMAN.. Uali wu, Ky. tirst-clas- s. Wednesday, 1890, sale:. 'J?? LancaHter, Kcutuclcy. l.luud Newlv f urnlslicdj clean beds; splcndsd tablo. Everything " meot all trains. Hotel lii tho city making a '"e t$2. S;A.TE3. Loxington, tbks nuuta-- wU J.G.JvlcGJjAfVy TWINTY-FIV- YKAIW' CONSTANT VS OUT A FAILL'IIK. WITH TJND1BXAKER! And Dfltlw XAl-flM, Is fcO" KY. 3A9DLBXT, STANFORD, Tho first indication of croup is hoarse ncse, aud inacl'ild subject to that di sease it may he taken as a suro sign of tho approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a pccullarrough cough If Chamberlain's Cough Kuinedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or oven after the croupy cough appears, it will prevent tho attack. It Is used In many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious Wu have yet to leant of a sinmothers gle iuntaucH In which It has not proved effectual No other preparation can show such a record twenty five years' constant use without a failure. For sale by Crulg &. Uockcr, Druggists. (olddiiit horses combined with the most horses making the combined roadster. Jersey tattle all registered and by the Inbred lWrulfull.Ko. 4I.1H11, who beaded she lVlro3l7 and dam lufsuta 1'edro Majoram SH.M1 were two of Mr. Cooper's winning eweepslakt ra herd at the World'a Fair, hbortborns Jlarrouyoung and Mary'a topped with Wlldeves, 1'erles, hsjulbdowusheep.l'olaudChloa and llurk. Oxford, the shlrc bogs lndlldually goo.1 and bred framCome Trices reasonable. Lest herds of or writ. for tjjjj.-.u- l. and Ky kJS FOR SALE. mjmjuL &p Pi LIFE B1IB, & l,3 Sy, jooiiDE.crrr INSURANCE. m Omy the bell companies represented. Inquiries solicited. 12. It. II. MA1IONY, At., Stanford. lln.wi.if The Coiiipoiaiicliiijj Itfcdlcluen. ol 0"UIBVlL-a- i. H. C. RUPLEY, I" 'My'wU. WAorF-iifo?!- '- The persons whno uuuies uppeur below strictly forbid uuy hunting of K"i "t uuy Idndatanvtluioof theyeurou their land aud will prosecute to tliu full extent of the law auy who violate. JMcAlUter, Ilr. Hugh Hold. E. ' Woods. JohuUrFoater. Korestui Held, S T. Harris, B. II. 4 W. II. Shanks M. B. lloughman. B J. Kuibry. W. Ilaughman, J. J. McK uney, J. 8. Owaley, Br., J. i- - VuttU. V. U. Ware, - POSTED la dono with absolute accuracy in our l'HESOKIPTltW DEPARTMENT and the quality of all drugs used I of a very high grade The physician's success In the treatment of difficult cases Is dependent on the purity and freshness of the drugs. Have his orders tilled here and the result will bo highly satisfactory. Oouie to See Us, CjKICAGO. The Merchant Tailor, Trains Morning Htid Evening from Un on Station, 10th aud Hroadway. Passengers desiring Information and ebraka rates to Wisconslu. Minnesota, ind polnU in the far West, Including California, should address Oen. At , Fran. J. Heed,III. Pass. Uis Pass. E, Uacon, I Stanford, Ky., In Receiving lilit Fall Winter Goodt). aud At. Penny's Drug Store. MA W.U. McUoel, Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Goods Warranted. Fit.Guarantecd. Give Hin a Call. A - - .xJ&U? A.JJ T11 - ... 1 -- (! 'ifr is!! - .,. A, aa ;m d- -1 a- -