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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897092101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1897. NO. 58 .WITH. at Liberty Tho drouth Is still uiihrokon hero. Mr. It. T. Plorco, Mrs. V. D. Stugg, Putiiok Whlpp und Lufujotto Sharp uro on the sick list. The Fair Co. lost $10. Hut for tho excessively dry and hot weather and the eountor attraction of tho tho stockholders would havo realized ro-unl- A FEW RANDOM 'V Tho rads In the 2:M Senatorial triet have endorsed Holtocrat Murtln. Indianapolis Friday. To jret the best material tlicy make for the Capt. H. S. Triplett was nominated The sick are recovering rapidly, ox- Least Mancj' ami we let you lmvo tho U)1' ytale Senator at Owetisboro by the cept I. X. Gustlneuu, who remains In a mrao pull oil us and therefore ask you to democratic convention. look ut our erltle.il condition. Tne Mnevlllu Courier says that A. of J no. Clousc At the examining trial charged wltb breaking Into J. II. Car- - Wiggins Hugglns is about to launch Mid-hiOf Mens. Hoys' mid Children's Clothing and ter's store, Judge H.irnslde held him 'mother newspaper on defenseless bo convinced. Plnest Shoes, - dlcsboro. In a bond of MOJ to await the aen handsome prolit. J- of Mr. J. M. - Mmmt' lion of Hits grand jury. During the fair a diniculty occurred ' ..). tlnllr MmM.lt.t. w.....-,...,!. w.i, ufi'iMtiid MuKobcrts, of Stanford, has been nom- between Goorgo Haines and V. E. ....... ,, Nobbiest Hats. Stylish Shirts, Manhattan t, inted for tho Legislature bv the dem- mLimnjiLY nir illmwiml' Whlpp. Since then both parties havo " maun tin iiurti; oerats of Oldham " and Trimble. Shirts. Stetson Hats. lilm Gill and City Marshal Furrls carrying nuns. Last Wednesday been Ethelhert Dudley Scottdldn'tgetthe before . I mlge Tolteii, who held him in Haines, who is u plasterer by trade, from nomination for representative new a bond of HO to upponr for trial was at work on 11. W. Phillips' J. L. 1'KOHMAN .t CO.. Loxlngton, which he long had sought A STRONG PULL pike, and Monday. Nos. 3:j2 nnd 230 .Main St . - - Danville, Ky house on the Ilustonvillo visited my old triend, W. H. Tray-lo- and mourns because he fouud it not. Sain Whlpp stopped his cart In front The Kenton county democratic comFriday and found 111 hands at work of tho house. Hultieti. supposing that IM mittee has assessed the announced canWhlpp meant to kill him, went to a were made between Louisville and Ma on a largo house, which he is building didates to bo voted for at the Novem.... .1... .11..,. I. I., u.t-jv;.- .. wlndo-- and told Whlpp to throw up rlon, a distance of 160 miles The conn- -' " iwriwi: ui I.... .... ...1.1..I. 1...... I.i .. in.iiit ber election ."j,000 "for campaign ex..1.1 ...l.t .! Instead jumped out his hands. Whlpp try for tho most part Is uninteresting; penses." full Courses of Study In It has It cxierIcnccU teach" of his cart, whereupon Haines shot at and tho inon .I ...... ,...- - v.. l.,....,.,...ll.1',,um",,,, J" ,.wMilli.. ...... - ,.. w.... J'"'" " Scott county republicans indorsed ers. has hus all needful facilities all departments. trainingt ruined and all grades. It was for tho thorough It of Rlrls In haudsomu Income. with a double barreled shot nun, I felt that I lived in old Lincoln. him the nominees of the boltocrats for established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all the Wo havo Invited Hon. James H. Mc iieoulu of of dNsIn.itliiL' their Inlluence but luckily aimed KM) high. Hoth parIt was nearly sun down when we county otllccs und completed the fusion ' er schools,Stanford and vlciultv. Instead elvo It their united and heartybv Dutronlzluir othsupport. rally around the Collugu and ties were urrostod and placed under reached Marlon tho home of Senator Crcury to speak here next Monday and ticket. Dr. J. E. Park was nominated Nest Session oimjiis Sent. 0th. i'or tun information can on .Mrs. Niunev at mo college or Inbond. WM. S1IKLTON. PitEsuiiEXT. write for catalogue. Doboo and Olllo James. The former It Is hoped that he will accept the for representative. In times of war groat generals are was nut In town, but the latter was and vitation, for he Is known to be conservDr. Hunter issued a card saying that ::: developed. In times of drouth weath- by the way ho was about tho biggcsi ative, a good organizer and a man he does not hold Senator Blackburn, ni sz prophets are developed, though they thing I saw In the town. The Senator whoo wise counsel is needed wherever Senator Goebel, or any of his friends er are not always great. There has been lives In a little three room cottage in a there is want of harmony. Don't fail responsible In any way as originating no rain here to speak of for ft couple of poor portion of town and is not one of to come, governor. the conspiracy against him. The drop in the temperature of toe Tho Courier-Journmoons and most every one hus at some the ''big uns" where he Is best known. story alleging himself atmosphere was gladly received here, Umo during this period I is, I am told, considered a the removal of Calahan from the chairwith He Ono little up for u prophet and come out honest man, but even the re although we had but always rain. our manship in H.cathitt county, was a :JJ We are prepared to store wheat at a less price than you can store It tolls jour' assurance of rain forthwith. Uncle publicans chuckle when they think of of our citizens who Y fake, perpetrated to create dissensions self. Call and seo as nnd we people about tho weather after tho in Hilly Tarrlor, whore htandtnir at u him in a U. S. Senator. I the democratic ranks. Dispatch. .. place, Is quite busy weather prophet has been above reThe Springs, where my kinsman was change has taken Till: enterprising Mt. Vernon Signal proach, predicted about tho 1st of Sep- 111, aro about s'x miles from town, over Informing his neighbors of this change. prints a good double-columpicture of tember that a great rain was due be- a mountain road and as it is even dryer When the mercury is approaching the R. G. Williams, tho next county judge fore tho 10th. This we accepted an in that section than around Stanford, eantury mark and poor mortals are al- of Rockcastle, together with a nice Tor you. from an oracle and sat down in the that part of the trip was none too pleas- most prostrated by heat, he approach- sketch of his life. Hurrah for "Dick !" time wore away, es a crowd and with all the delibera dut to wait. Hut the no rain came ant. The Springs building is a splenHon. W J. Rryan has made a tour of a philosopher says, "It is hot." as all tho country knows, did structure of 100 rooms and is built tion of Iowa In tho Interest of the demo, and Uncle Hllly's roputatlon as a with more permanency than the aver- When the temperature hovers about emtio ticket, and the ovation he reilll prophet Is a thing of tho past. For a age Summer resort. The grounds are 7ero he takes tho same pains to Inform ceived was equal to the scenes of the IT 7 time Capt. John Whlpp could not be commodious and several mineral waters his neighbors that it is cold. Such a last presidential cumpalgn. Iowa demhimself. He wore are found there in abundance. In short man Is useful In a community. moved to express ocrats are hopeful of carrying the A movement is en foot to organize a State. the air of one who would not scak un- it Is a delightful place, hut for some til he know whereof he noko. We reason it was sllinly patronlzud this Chapter of tho p.iughters of the RevoWhen Hunter's lawyers asked Senaiaid "Thuu other pi ophets were hasty year and the management, Messrs. lution here. The order has a largo tor Clark, who testified to seeing old e and false, but this one Is cautious and Thurman .fc Cook, lost money. membership in tho United States and iroing In the direction of nsro-Tons- r. reliable." So wo Iwlleved In him and consists of ladles who have descended Capt. Gaines' house the night of April -I had fear Mr. Cook was not so ill as IjihI Monuuy, however, the ed and was able the following morning from soldiers of the revolutionary war. 1, whether he had ever been Indicted, waited catiudn broko the silence and standing to be taken to Nashville, where he is Garrard can likely furnish a larger he replied, "Yes, but not for bribery on the corner by Stugg' Hotel, where now with his ulsters. Ho has a severe number than any ndjoining county, as or perjury." the dust was kneo deep and while we case of nurvous prostration and Is also there arc many descendants of Michael We do not agree with the Bourbon all listened breathlessly, ho foretold threatened with malarial fever. Salter, who was in that war. I know News that Mark Hanua is responsible s and 11 grcut for the drouth In Central Kentucky. riln within 21 hours. Then we all rose There Is a bad feeling existing be. of tlve Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Rut we are Inclined to believe that a The S15.000 Futurity. Tuesday, October 5th. Tho 63,000 Transylvania, Thursday, Oct. 7. up and proclaimed him u groat proph- tweon tho Ohio Valley and L. Sc N. One or more Hip: Stakes lhilly. All the crack Horses. Huff Pare on all Railroads. et and proceeded to take In our dried railroads and Instead of connecting at wife of Dr. O. P. Hill, was a daughter taritf on rain is hidden somewhere In Llocratl and his 'si mo us Hand. apples but now he too hus fallen. HnpklnsvillQ for Nashville we were and at tho time of her death there the Dingley bill and nothing but local First ono and then another of our most couiollcd to wait six hours, thus tak- were only three daughters In tho Uni- showers can get In. Cynthlana Demoreliable prophets have In this way mis- ing a whole day to go l.V miles. ted States. A chapter here would be crat. P. P. JOHNSTON, President. II. W. WILSON, Secretary. Judge W. F. Hall, of the Plnevllle us until we are deserate and the led I couldn't bear tho thought of going well attended and much interest would district, has inude an exceptionable renext man hero who predicts rain had to Nashville without visiting the Ex- bi taken In studying- the early history A discord and ought to be better do It on good authority. position and consequently took advan- of our nation. patch says that when he took charge of For some time past Saturday night tage of a couple of sjuire hours. Of tho otlice thero were ubout 150 murder MATRIMONIAL. I didn't see a hundreth part of has been made hideous by pistol shots course there Is In different parts of town. Last Sutur-da- y cases on tho docket, and Centennial and International Exposition at A'aii-viilDuring the Tennet-wA son was lxrn to the Duchess of tho exhibit, but quite enough to connot one. The people of the district night tho bombarding began on Tenn , a low rate fpecial turijf has been established for the sale of formerly Miss Consuclo vince mo that it Is no little thing. The Marlborough, are not ready for a change yet, for they l) tickets from Cincinnati and oth'rtermintl points on the Queen i0 Crescen grounds are beautifully laid otr and the Rattle Row about o'clock, when Chief havo tried Judge Hall In time of war Vanderbllt. Harris, Deputy Dr. J. U. Kluualrd and Route. marble-lik- o buildings, the pretty lakes, 11. P. Hall, l!l, obtained license Friala posse hastened to the scene and dealt and in time of peace, and they have Tickets are on sale daily until farther notice to Chuttavooja at $ 1.55 one 2.'), Mowers In profusion and many other atday to marry Miss Eliza Delauey, ways found him trying to uphold tho way or tA.ffl round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being make it a thing of beauty and consternation among the transgressors, law. tractions at Highland. who were eomo young men from the good seven days to return; other tick '., with longer return limit, at $7.30 Rev. Henry N. Faulconer united Mr. a veritable little Eden of delight. Tho country. Two of them, Green Todd TEACHERS' ASSOCIATI ON. und at $4 Qo for the round trip. Miss Maggie Knotz at World's Fair exceeded It only In size Nimrod Hell and and Wm. Ward, were lodged in jail These ratei enable the public to viiit Xuhville an I other Southern point and lt size was Its most objectionable Faulconer last week. The first session of tho L. T. A. met Monday. A at rate never before offered. Vestibuled train of the finest class are at the 7.1, feature, as few had the time to take in and will be tried ChrisFrank Armstrong, a widower of warrant has also been Issued for Wm. at Crab Orchard Saturday at the Mrs. y tho whole thing. disposal of the passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one wus married ut ScottlK)ro, Ala., to tian church. The bo Issued for in and to visit the very interesting scenery and important on Todd and ono will likely Resides tho novelty of V. L. Grubbs. Jennlo Edwards. car-ol-d Is said to have tak- J. II. White, appointed about Chattanooga, fjookout Mountain and Chickamanga National Mili-- t over built one gets Mike Turner, who a widower of J.'), and the biggest welcome address J.S. Harris, en an active part in tho riot. Good secretary, and the try Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial am je purchasal Mtss Mary E. Frazier, 17, were mar- a splendid view of the grounds, the citizens aro tired of such conduct and was delivered by Dr. W. M. Doores. at Chattanooga foafS.AO round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via city and surrounding country from It ried at Ottonholm Saturday. of response by J. S. Gashwiler. Creditthe (. it C. Route South or write to Lick, and I would advise those who go to In- want them punished to tho extent able papers were read by Mrs. M.J. Charles Ilunlin, 21, of Paint the law. Turner, 17, vest a quarter with Its owners. JAMES 110 1', Agt. Junction City, or Cochrun, Misses Lizzie Pettus. Annie and Miss Queen Victoria The Kentucky building Is a discredit H'. C. HLVEARSOX, G I'. A. Cincinnati. nnlioi) at Crab Orchard Satur M. u..t.n Under last year's operation with tho Dunn and Ella B. Wright. Messrs. to tho State. It is not only one of the contract with A. D. Martin for the J. Brough's talk on Botany and J. S. day. Thomas Adklns, aged Id, and Miss smallest but the least attractive of the chair output, the State lost SDV2SU.20. Gashwller's paper on Literature and mn. i&sftm Loulso Clark, 15, eloped to Evansvllle, many Statu buildings. It Is poorly fur- It Is useless to minco words ubout this History were both Interesting and in- m !' Ind., from Ohio county and wore mur-rle- nished with a table, a few chairs and a transaction. Somebody has been cor- structive. Mr. E. L. Grubbs present . tSl half dozen or so small paintings hang rupt, or there has been tho most phe ed a resolution thanking the people of Th. innrriiiL'o of Miss Elizabeth Co- - on its walls. Fortunately It Is not in a nomenal exhibition of asininity ever Crab Orchard for the hospitable manKs, ell, of Danville, and Mr. Lemuel H. prominent location and thousands who witnessed in the management of the ner in which they entertained the vis1). visit tho Centennial don't see It. iting teachers in their homes, which Mcllenry, son of tho Hon. Henry prison. If tho commissionFrankfort The Knights of Pythias of Nashville ers of tho sinking fund stand "four to was unanimously passed. Miss Kate McHonry, of Hartford, Is announced Sc have a beautiful little building on the ono" against the governor as they have Blaln made several opportuno tallest for the early part of October. Everything In Mock to supply your waiita. Mr. George. Robert Flgg and Miss grounds and tho visitor, whether a In tho past, thou they must take tho thanking tho teachers for the interest IV well shown and complimenting tho schools Ruthlo McHec, of Shelby City, wore member of tho order or not. is made responsibility. Gov. Uradley nx Tho following fca married in Danville at tho home of Mr. welcome. There are six thriving lodg- afford to bo conspicuously in tho mi- of Lincoln county. And Stationery at tho Lowest Cash Prices. i E. C. W. nority In this matter. Forrester's Cap- teachers of District No. 2 were pres-onJohn Shaw, by Elder J. S. Kondrick. es In the city. Ib'al Coovei-AnMrs. M. J. Cochran, Misses The attendants were Mr. Will John 11. Gentry and Robert J. will ital. and Miss Ida Flgg. Advocate. The defense In the Luotgert case at nie Dunn, Winnio Conder, Mary Car-to& together at Ilelmont bo hurncsi-co Vesslo Anderson, Jennie Pettus, m Chicago throw a damper on tho DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. Niibhvlllo Kxjiosltlon, which is Course, Philadelphia, next Wednesday, Tho business when they Introduced Mary Wilson, Mrs. J. H. White, JenCttl"H alonji toward Its close, has bceu Sept. 2, and 6eut to heat tho world's the bones of a dog to try to mako it ap- nie Pettus, Ella B. Wright, Messrs. M. a modt notablo success thus far. Tho record of 12:01), now held by Miss Rita pear that the bones found in Luotgert's J. Brough, John Edmlston. J. S. Gashchances aro tho nood. peojilo of Tennes- mid Josie 11. Tlioy are tho fastest pair vat were dog bones instead of human wiler, Misses Georgia Lewis, Nora see who Invested In tho enterprise will of hor&es over hooked to pole, and If bones. Phillips and Mr. E. L. Grubbs. Hon. eomo out or thu bitf end of the horn everything is favorable should bout tho Consul General Leo re- F. F. Bobbltt made a very compllment-r- y It Is. said that record with case. llnaneially. so'iclta-tio- n speech to tho ladles and tho associOratorio, 2:l.'(, has boon declared out turns to Cuba ut tho special Wiley Uoss, u Colgate, I. T., brute, of President MeKInloy, and with ation adjourned to meet at Highland tied his brldo of three weeks to u tree of tho $3,000 Transylvaula, to bo trot- the assurance that tho United States District, No. 4, Saturday, Oct. 16, with where bho wua found three days later ted on tho 3rd day of tho great Lex- will shortly interfere to stop tho blood- Mr. John Ware by friends. Sho had had no nourish- ington trots of Oct. ft to 1G next. This shed und devastation on tho island. Wo can not close this account of our ment or wutor and was nearer dead will leave Tommy Uritton, 2:1:2, to uptrip without speaking of tho freeheartLegislator Stiglltz, of Louisville, wus hold tho honor of old Kentucky in th'o than altvo when released. Indicted ut Frankfort for running a ed hospitality with which Messrs. out, by the gov- biggest trotting rnco of tho year. Troops were ordered during tiio Legislature. Ritchie und Grubbs were entertained A man was lined $13 for dragging his take out game ernor of Mississippi to protect the propai.d wife, our K. Stone, Albert Scott and John II. by Mr. J. F. Holdum erty of the railroads, threatened with dog by tho neck through the streets of J. clerk, and Mrs. D. M. next circuit gambling. destruction by people frenzied by the Maysvlllo. He couldn't pay and on be- Johns woro Indicted for enrolled as who has a stop-soColorado, who had John Green, of ing taken to jail, hu thanked tho judgo prospect of tho spread of yellow jack. one of our teachers. E. L. GltUHHS. Jacob Iveeuan, of Hockport, 111., saying ho was glad to go us ho would lots of fun calling Judge Ilallet a thief THE und scoundrel, has been debarred by All the talk of changing the color of drank carbolic acid and died because then get somothlng to eat. postage stamp from red to Thoroughbred Bur:: Jersey BED HISS, Peter Jackson, the colored pugilist, Judge Hrewer, lined heavily aud sent the his wife scolded him forstuyiiitfouttoo late at nltfht. green goes for naught. Tho secretary after an absonco of three or four years, to jail for contempt of court. i Is buck to this country and wants to ' Two freight trains running 40 miles of the treasury has again changed his Mr breeders were electcsl from tlie lct hcriU ol. The country press is tosslntr bouquets light ritzsimmous. Since ho left this A oftliUtJUiuuibrwd nliwIueJn MteralMatrt lired an hour on tho Wisconsin Central col- mind, and tho earmlno stamp will stick. siiletulltl lot of Itr o! ilimrent age lor naif, to Wulton, of tho iNTUiuou is under guard by no lighting. hallifacUouguaniiiletsI torre. country ho has done Merldan, Miss., Vw a special! lided near Chippewa Fulls, resulting jKiiiiIciice iliclloil. AiMrtM for his vigorous and unanswerable asFrost foil at Kvansville, lnd., Friday in the death of tlvo persons and tho e- - tho local mllltla. No ono la allowed on Courier-JournalOwens R. H. BRONAUGH, saults on tho the streets after 0 o'clock at night. rious injury of four others. U Orchard, night doing great ilutnugo to crops. r. boro Messenger. As a general thing I am food of traveling and usually make the best of my trips regardless of my mission, but the many disadvantages 1 labored under Thursday when I was called to tho bedside of my brother-in-law- , James H. Cook, at Crittenden Springs, will make me remember unpleasantly that por tion of Kentucky through which tho Illinois Central runs. Tho weather was oppressively not, tne oust was icar- . . fill, the country parched and last out not least, tho schedule time of the train was not exceeding IT) miles per hour. ItHlopiwdat every cross-roaand several times at private residences and I don't think I exaggerate when I say that at least 100 stops K)st-olll- THIP NOTF.S ON A SOUTH. LANCASTER .1. POLITICS W. Miller's fast p.ieer got second Large Manufacturers m FALL. LINE!! Neatest Neckwear, TIHIZEi I- J w ...., - 11 i to-da- y, GLOBE, 1 r, fl v r. V, v- s' "."".mh ..,.:,. u"ii Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. Ito.l-O.1.- I L :: al good-hearte- d, WHEAT. ,.. n Will Either Buy or Store & i I 1 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. I gum-sho- Kentucky's Great Trots a.t XjEss: stakes 5fc75 nnn p urses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. 1 grand-daughter- irrand-daughter- XAorld's Greatest Meeting QUGGO & e - (KWG0T. to-da- y e, to-da- y, 10-- vice-presiden- t, see-sawin- g battle-groun- sec-sa- w mmmmmfflm8temiBimMmmffi8m d. T! 1 I - Schoof Books. .! SCHOOL iruis: ETS t: t r, W. B. MoJaOBEKTS. bau-sig- mssmssmm METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, vice-preside- A.G.S1HE, CEILING, r., n X:7 Farm and Yard r I 5i STANFORD, SIDING, KYI FINISH. Fence- - (IMMjK wmmB3mmmiL Joi-unw- l, i? .- 1 jlJUJ-i- - .- - lA.. .Y UteWBmKTaf, mrMytHrtom'tm'"! It r (G n r MHP UK- - IB P I M Hunter et al for bribery The meeting held at Moroland by News Briefly Told perjury to keep Elders J. G. Livingston and J. L. AlTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Judge Cantrill's eonrl running for "Soaking rains have fallen all over len closed Thursday night with HO acsome time sending tho rascals to the Kansas. cessions and a reorganization of tho Tho fiscal court of Bourbon Is main- church with (VI members. penitentiary. Gaines, Tanner anil -- Sept 21. 1897 Stanford. Ky., others swore point blank that Hunter taining tho pikes at &l to ?." n rod. Tho church hero reluctantly acceptLouisville has let tho contract to ed Rev. S. M. Logan's resignation as went to Gaines' house to confer with him for tho purchase of votes to elect light her streets at $81 an are a year. pastor Sunday and a called meeting of W. P. WALTON. Frank Farmer, a farmer near Oshim l. 6. Senator, while Hunter himwill be held at Richself swore he did not know Gaines and good. Ind.. has killed 123 snakes thisj mond to take action on it. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. was never at his house in his life. IJoth year. The News says that Rev. U. E. PowIn a wreck on tho Wisconsin Central, sides werq corroborated and there you ell's meeting added six to tho members J. SHACKELFORD ForApiate Cl'k, HSK five persons were are. Franks admitted that he entered near Chippewa Falls, ship of tho Mlddlesboro church. Prof. ' Circuit Judge, M. C.SAL'FLEY. killed. " ComUth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. Into negotiations with Gaines, knowing There are IV.) cases of yellow fever at J. M. Sibold, who led the singing, Is Now Arrivals Daily ol Fall Goods. Host Values for tho Lcnst Money. that It was a trap and that he, Hunter Kdwards, Miss., '20 of which developed now touching a class In vocal music " Representative, Jf. F. NORTH. and Wilson agreed to go ahead and see Saturday. there. " County Judge, J AS. P. BAILEY. Up to last Saturday night there had - GEO. li. COOI'FR. if they could not trace tho conspiracy County Clerk. The Ntchohisvlllo ball team defeated to tho governor's otllce, and thereby the Gaj s Saturday, tho score being V. been 18 additions to the church at SuA R VKY HELM. County Attorney, II gar Creek, Gallatin comity, during the make the governor "lay down" so that to 12, at Louisville. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. " Sheriff; - - SAML. M. OWENS they could get the five republican votes The mercury dropped IS degrees at l.'l days Rev. J. C. Caldwell's meeting Bargains in these Stnpo Gojds that arc .Money Shvuih Thoy will Interest every " Jailer, - - GEO. IP. DEllORD. that they believed Bradley was keeping St. Paul Thursday night in 10 hours had been In progress, and there was no Housekeeper. Now from them. Wilson told about his con- and a heavy frost fell. abatement of Interest. Owonton Her " Anvwr, - - C. G.BAKER. nection with the case, claiming that he H'J". LANDGRAF. " Coroner, John Halley, of Fairvlow, Ind., ald. &r Tho Boone's Creek Baptist AssociaSchools. GARLAND JINGLETON too was onto Gaines' racket and he stumbled over a chair while walking In Sunt. wanted to see him play his hand his sleep and broke his neck. tion, comprising ,'10 churches, passed For Magistrate, - - J. If. RAISES. though. He suggested to Gaines that Five people committed suicide in unanimous resolutions censuring Dr. this business might get him in trouble, Chicago Thursday. Two used pistols, Whitsitt and withholding support from The republican committee met here but ho swore that Gaines said "he was the Southern Baptist Theological SemSaturdny and decided to give James P. not afraid of that as there was a man one tho rope and two poison. bo inary at Louisville as long as he Is conThe State board of health will r for county judge. In Frankfort who would protect him. Bailey a ngaln&t nected with it. Is to say they nominated a man He made some statement about Gov. called together to quarantine That Rev. F. I). Hnle requires those who who will not be able to hold a light for Bradley 'going after' Dr. Hunter and diseased cattle from Tennessee. join his church at Owcusboro to sign a Lace Curtains, Blanket, Comforts. New Henry Miller died ut his home across him W. L. Dawson, who n few months myself. I said, 'You tell Bill Bradley the river from Puducah from poison covenant which binds them to abstain democrat and to go to hell.'" Both sides concluded ago claimed to be wholly from dancing, card playing and sought the same nomination from that their testimony Saturday and Judge placed in his food by his daughter. boy committed sulcldo the use of splritous liquors in any form An party. Ills claims, if he had any, were Cantrill gave very favorable Instrucand from the manufacture or sale of the not even considered, and another man tions for Hunter, by charging tho jury at Cincinnati by hanging. Ho had a same. Dress Making Sundries. Best (Junlily of Cambric, Linen Duck, Fancy Black hack was named. Then he began to hand to acquit him if it acquitted Gaines. mania for hanging animals and finally To ere seoii.s no prospect that tho Sillxin. Bustle Lining. Skirt Braid, Waist Belting, Dross Slays, Senm Binding, tried it on himself. Hooks his hat around for the republican nom- The case was being argued yesterday. The First National Bank of Benton action of the district conference ex- and Eyes, Dross Trimming. Full Lino of ination, but the committee charged The general opinion Is that there will cluding Rev. II. C. Morrison from with the duty, gave him a very cold be a hung jury, which will be as bad Harbor, Mich., has failed and stock- church membership will bo ratified by shoulder and nominated another turn- almost for Hunter as a verdict of guil- holders will be assosscd f0 per cent, to tho State conference. A majority of had suflleicnt ty since he will still be under tho ban pay tho $!K).0O0 due debitors. coat. Mr. Chappell The fiscal court of Bourbon paid Col. the body seems more disused to send knowledge of the situation to know that of Indictment and unable to get Federmiles of the Lex- Presiding Elder Reeves to tho peni- New'Clothlng. Now Hals, Now L'nderwoHr fur both Women and Men Baldwin S2o,000 for he could not be elected, so ho sensibly al ollice, unless McKinley relent. In fact all of ington and Maysvillo road an J now all tentiary for being a party to the exour departments are being filled with withdrew and the committee met again pulsion. the pikes in that county are free. to wrestle with the vexed question. It Rev. S. F. Fowler continues to thrill Did anybody ever hear of plain, evThe man who attempted to assassi labored long and labored earnestly to ery day democrats fusing with republi- nate President Diaz, of tho City of the members of tho Christian church seduce Mr. J. T. Rose into accepting cans? Nay, verily. with his eloquent and earnest sermons And yen never the nomination, but ho steadfastly de- will. It Is only those who glvo them- Mexico, was lynched by a mob. About and to make sinners desire to llee tho We invito you to con e Wo nre prep.irtri n w to fit yu lor h inont-- than ever 20 of the lynchers wore arrested. clined to do so. An adjournment was selves before. Bring us your the high sounding name of Nu- - A man fell from an applo wrath to come. There have been four 1....1 IUI ... .r.Hl Umin r.t n.. !.! IIIU IIUWU Ul IUUIILII, nun llilll ' and others are anxtionaidemoeruts,butvhourconlyboltotree near Lima, O., and was killed. additions to dato lii'inirlniT Miv Tln-- o (ntn lino, hnfc tin orats after all, who ever thought of mak Less than a year ago a son fell from iously Inquiring what they should do to was deaf to all entreaties and having Ing common cause with an ancient one the same tree and sustained injuries b? saved. Mr. Fowler has won his way Wo will poyyon the highest market priie fa thi'in Cull niw If von want bnrjnin. been turned down in his aspirations for my. to the hearts of tho people hure and his That kind of .democracy, exhibit- from which he died. the nominutlou for sheritT, he persisted ed in Fayette. Clark and other counJimmy Michael, the bicyclist, won work among us must result in lasting to refuse. Two committeemen spent ties, where democrats and the International iVmlle race at Bos- good. The meeting In all probability Friday with him begging and implor- real, stinking, mean republicans agree ton Saturday In tho remarkable time will last till next Sunday at least. ing him to change his mind, but it was on a division of tho spoils, is Rev. M. B. Irvine, who Is holding a enough to of 45 minuter anfl 5S seconds, lowering A. L'BBANSKY it CO, l'lioniurrcuw. of no avail. Mr. Rose knew he could make Jefferson meeting at Walnut Flat, is a very ear arise from the grave the record two seconds. not beat Mr. Bailey and he doesn't and protest, and old Andrew Jackson T. I). KANKY, MANACiun. and excellent speaker, but judging The stakes for tho spring mooting of nest appearances he think It profitable or funny to run a corao to life and swear by ma- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawroncehurg, husnt't much the eternal the New Louisville Jockey Club have from fyntlilnnn, Vornil!u, (mi losing race. Overtures continued to nence, Georgetown, Kliuiticthtouu, Frankfort, and Mauckort, Ind. that such people have no part nor lot been declared. The derby will bo worth terial to work on. When ho asked .all be made to him up to the hour that the with the party Christians to stand Friday night thore he led. $0,000, tho Clark stakes $1,000, and tho committee met Saturday, but when Mr. were hardly enough loft sitting to Rose "sets his head he sets his head." Tun Nicholasville Journal had this Kentucky Oaks $:i,000. count. There was, however, one addiCranberry pickers at Mt. Holly, N. There was no other eligible man in the at the head of its editorial column last tion Sunday. Mr. Irvine Is a splendid J., struck last week for an increase of preacher und his daily walk and conparty to name and being in a sore Issue: strait the committee finally fell upon "I would not suffer my mime under 10 ets. per bushel. They had been re- versation have impressed all who have Dawson. Had he been selected at first! the log cabin for the sake of no ollice ceiving 40 cents, but want 50 centa, met him with his great earnestness In and not as a denier resort, there might in the gift of the people." Henry L. which was lasi year's price. Master's cause and his thorough Martin." Mr. and Mrs. W. K. H. Stokes, the the have been some capital made out of tho consecration to His service. The church We had a better opinion of Senator of New York, will charge that he had been badly treated Martin than that, especially after he entertain a large houso party on their will be greatly built up under his minby the democrats, but that wont work had solemnly asserted just the reverse beautiful Fayette farm during the big istrations. now. He has been worse treated by Tho Mt. Sterling Scntiuol In Its conof the above. We do not believe yet Lexington meeting, Oct. 5 to 10 next. the republicans, who only take him be ference notes says: Morrison has the he will permit his name to go unNear Columbia. S. C, Edward Kin. Rubber Contt Mt'lntosbo.s, Trunks nutl Vnlise.--. cause they can do no better. Personal- that rices der tho log cabin, this two negative lock, a Negro while hunting In a boat majority of tho conference with him. ly we have nothing to say against Mr. Low. Term. Cash. equal to an allirmative assertion to the for raccoons In the swampy grounds of He has been very badly treated, and It Dawson. He Is a clever man, but after looks as though it has been do no Georgetown, was set upon by a hive of getting a taste for otlice he has let his contrary. through jealousy on the part of those whose nest he struck desire for further pap count more than ANOTHKK Federal judge has decided hornets, against who would like to be as big a man as principle and shown that he Is In poll-tic- s that the civil service law is no good, his head. Ho fell from the boat and ho. There Is no question but what for revenue only. We have been therefore that It can be ignored or died In water three feet deep. Morrison is one of the brainiest men In Gen. Wcyler sent In his resignation satisfied all along that Mr. Bailey evaded at will. Kxcept for certain the church, and again there Is no dewould bo elected. We are thoroughly branches of the service, requiring ex- when he heard the reports of dissatis- nying tho fact that ho has done more satisfied now that it is henceforth a perts, we readily agree with these faction in Spain with his administra- for tlie salvation of souls than any man dequestion only of majority. learned doctors of the law that civil tion In Cuba, but tho government of his ago in the church. So it looks to accept It. It Is hinted that to tho Sentinel-Democrrepresenta The committee closed the poor day's service enactments are a delusion and a clined work by nominating Mr. A. C. Carman snare. To the victors belong the spoils the Queen Regent will put Lagata in tive llko Brother Reeves' jeulmwy of for representative, although It had been and by the eternal they ought to have power when she returns from San Se- this wonderfully popular and "crowd IiUmI and most nppriVi'd s'tylcx and l.Hlgin. Kvi-rdrawing" Morrison caused him to so Iiitruruiil (iuiirnntfvd. A Com- bastian. understood that Mr. Chappell was to be them. No as to do his ll't I. Ill" of democrat One death and 21 new cases Is Sun- far forgetman religion Injustice. a good nominated for that otlice when he flew ought to want to hold ollice under a rea great and true day's yellow fever record In tho Infectthe coop on the other nomination. Mr. publican any way. ed district. The death was at Now OrThe biscuit companies having formed Carman is a very good man and more opporprice, of tho old millionaire, leans, where there have been 40 cases a trust and raised the justice the crackTub trial than an average republican in decency, to uud 0 deaths to date. Mobile had 11 tunity is ut hand for but he would be as much out of place Luetgert, at Chicago, for making his whip and smash tho combine. 20 to date, er in the legislative halls at Frankfort as wife Into sausage draws its weury new cases, making a total of Laurie J. Blakely in Louisville Times. 1 fcjr".iid MirRlcal Pupplkw a 'nrl:illy. Wo guiiriuilvo l'r!ct" nml Quality. now cases a bull in u china shop. But why dis- length along Into its sixth week and with death. There are at Scranton. There have been 110 cases cuss Improbabilities? There Is no earth- still the old rascal hasn't had n verdict Crop, &c. & ly prospect that ho will warm a seat passed against his neck. If it takes so to date in Biloxi. There are nutnurous suspects in every Infected town. The long to try one man, the rest of the law In that body and it is passing strange at Fontalnbleau was ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1897, that he would accept u nomination for breakers will die In jail of old age be- detention camp and was opened Sunday at once occu- I will solf at my late roldonco ncur o a ollice with little honor and less emol- fore their turn comes. They manage all of my Stock, Crop, 1'annlng pied by 10 persons, who were anxious trials better down this way, if they do uments attached. I'tdiiills, Ac. and The democrats never had a better sometimes find very strange verdicts, to secure clean bills of health. .M.. leave Turtus on day of Mile. .., .1. !.... niiiii I... E. 1. KKNNC.DV. "u show for the election of their entire or none at all. ," r " the Mmne Hospital at Uiiro, 111.- -at : lluvlng considered tlioquestlon from iilinosiovcry standpoint, wo have decided to adopt ticket than now. All they have to do j Courier-Journa- l of yesterday. Ihu cold ls to stand together and success is us ' Fifteen prohibitionists of Louisville j sore as election dav shall ooino. With i met in convention Friday night and 'snap, wnicn nas exicnueu ouuiu, m mXtuxXM a local ticket, headed by L. likely stop tho disease and cause tho so excellent a ticket us we have, those 305 S)lndl tor nmyop.-Cou- rier Journal, excitement to subside. who are seeking the best men to fill Ilegluiilng July 1, ISO?, ladlevlug Unit It will 1h more satisfactory to Itoth buyer and seller. This ls even a arGcv number than well wawell Moitly In the ollices will be Instinctively drawn b0raoti,nes orm8 u "convention" of tered 'and lias all tlo ni'coskury Improve-munt- No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods eheacr. It will take much RELIGIOUS. ton, while every democrat, National Wo will soli prlvutclv and uneasy less capital, our (Xhjiisoi will IW less and tliero Is every reason whv tho cash system will UKNTllV IlltOS. or what not, will come to the rescue of bolt0rats. Wo have known six or sov-o- f try It aw lillo and If you tlud It U not lo your ad prove satisfactory. Wo only ask you Rev. Gelon II. Bout had 10 additions terms. Stanford, ICy. en to mtiCt nnd im,no delegate for a tho county from republican misrule vantage, wo will not kick on your huylng rrom merchants who Hell on credit. Wo are satut his meeting at Greer's Creek Presand incompetency and help roll up tho wn" county. isfied wo can sell you goods from I0 to S.1 per cent, cheaper than tho credit men and thl byterian church. old time majority. Let us all unite Very truly, should certainly foonn Inducement to you. TlIE Louisville Capital Is proving a Eld. J. M. Itash'H meeting at Stanton for democracy and good government terrible thorn In Mayor Todd's side, closed Tuesday night with .'14 additions. Illds will bo received liy tho and old Lincoln will no more be class-- , aireadv olercod with mnnv wangl committee up to :i o'clock p. m., Sept., With. Winchester Democrat. furnishing to tho city of Stanford ed In republican counties. A brighter GIve ,t to h, ,vo ,VQ Row W. S. Grinstcud was put on the IsUT, forof ,md .lnl In ilitlifkilm uuu iit.ktll an Kit uuiiy him everything of the hlm commencing committee on books and periodicals by 'MO feethose'ZVt Inch smooth rubber lire hose. uuj is uiinuiy n1 nu it nil uu liii.ttn.' kind .Said to bo furnished In 50 foot sec! tions complete, with standard couplings. with h and then It will not have giv- - the bishop at Mt. Sterling J. ii.iiaiAjii.man en him enough. Ebenezer Presbyterian elm rem near G. I.. l'KNNV. IN applying to President McKinley Headed by U. S. MODEL, HO. 30,353. Committee. Greensburg, will celebrate Its 100th Son of Klover's Model, No. 19,7111. tho greatest breeding hog living, uud HUNDLEY'S James II. Svoik Is said to have do anniversary Sept. 2."th and 2(ith. for a pension a Georgia Negro wrote: CLAUDE, No. r.'.CUl, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, lluude. So. 11,007. Kino, "I voted for you in do rain from sunup signs on tho republican nomination for Mrs. S. C. Truehart, president of tho toppy young loars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred howh In every respect, with to sundown. I kotuhed do rheumatism representative from Boyle, an ofllco Women's Board of Foreign Missions, ty, for sale, Tills stock Is strictly rrices rcnsoniiuio huh siuisiuciiuii guuniuieeo. vt rue our wants or como und my loft leg, en hits done run to my which tho democrats seem disposed to made a speech before the conference, iu boss. head on give mo rattlln' of tho brain." let go by default. What's the matter which was highly coicpllmehted. A few f resh Jersey Cows for sale, lliey are good ones. Also Mammoth IVkln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Hot I0S, Danville. Ivy. Eggs, 81 for 13. That's the way a great many Negroes with the democrats there uuy way? A protracted meeting Is being hold vote. "All Coons Look Alike to Me" as j at Goshen conducted by Elds. Joe Sevwell as to election ollicers. so they can j Till-- Richmond Climax came gallop-repe- erance and.I.G. Livingston. Preaching NA8HVILLE, TEHN. as many times as they wish, ing in Friday two days late. We do at 10 o'clock a. M. und 7 at night. not want to miss It a minute and if the The Baptist Recorder says that Rev. OFl'ICIAI.I.Y KCt'ltUSrCNTtf It Is said ut Washington that Pen- - mail handler, who is to blame for its A. V. Sizomore is in Lovisvlllo to raise United Confederate Vctcrsns, y aion Commissioner Evans thinks it nee- - jdetentlon,wantstollvolongandbo money for his church, which will have United Daughters of the Confederacy, to auk Congress ut Its next ses- - py ho hud better not do it again. to bo sacrificed If It Is not forthcoming. Organizations. ston for a deficiency appropriation to When Rev. R. Lin Cave, of Nash- The Sons, and other IsJ Receiving his- Over 10,000 silver advocates meet tho demands of pension lists. The n ville, assumed tho duties of president Stamps.' year is the camp meeting at Springfield, O., of Kentucky University Friday, ho was til.00 a ytar. Two Samplet, Tour appropriation for tho $141,203,860, hut tho payments will (Sunday. John R. Sovereign was the tendered a reception by tho faculty and S. A. CUNNINGHAM. ' principal speaker. amount to $147,500,000. students. lioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Calli Spkcw- - RltDUCTJON In Cluta with tliU Paoep Tun trial of developed enough Great Bargains, In Every Department. to-da- y DOHESTICS, GOODS walk-ove- Towels, Table Linens, Canton Flannels, Flannels, &c. 11 DRESS ! New Shoes, New Boots, Ip-- J 1 1 GOOD MONEY SAVERS- FEATHERS AND EGGS. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 11 l,.-- t I ld Clothing, fiats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Gents' Furnishing Goods H. multl-mllllonai- re J. MoROBERTS. at TRUSSES CRAIG I Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOCKER. .'1 Sale of Stock, llutori-tmivlll- I "" A Word To You. FOR Illuo-flrass sale:. THE CASH SYSTEM, Acres Fine Land I j undei-slKiie- i , HOSE WANTED.1 ( bye-and-by- c, glory-hal-le-lu-j- HARDIN. jligft Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. & S llrst-cla- ss to FARRiS MODERATE'S "Veteran. : at H. B. RUPiEV, hap-essar- TUE MERGHANT TAILOR -- attend-pcnslo- Two-Ce- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. 'r'":--ASjtj!jusf- c t4. hVi n to. V THEINTERIORJOURNAL1 Stanford, Kv., 12. - obcrt J. Lylos and .Miss Fruit cans, jars and jelly glasses nt Skcond-hanLightning Hay Press improving slowly. Warren fc Shanks'. for Bale eheap. B. K. Wearen it Son. d - Skit. 21, 1897 HOME NEWS, SRVRRAIiCar H. loads of coal. Higglns before buying. See J. C. Walton, ISimixims aIaxai:k. Pltr.scmi'Tioxs are filled right and a boy. at right prices at Penny's Drug Store. Wrddino presents at Dunks'. next Saturday. Wb and .,!Warren -& Shanks'. ask forsell coal J. II.feed for cash.&Don't For Ubnt. credit. Haughinan Co. MlXKD Spices at dwelling on good land, f miles from town, Vkry largo line of goods of all kinds Horn, to tho wlfo of William Terry, Danville pike. Severance & Sons. to bo sold cheap for m Sams. ti. D. Kennedy will sell his stocic and crop nt his late residence H-ac- ro SUCH BARGAiNS IN VO J Suppfe with un lino. . We on cash. Farrls & PERSONALS. MllS. bIoIc. K.MH.V .I.E. Novius. Cottaoroii Logan Avonuu for rent. SAl'Khr.Y has boon quite. Is Spick, ready mixed for plokles at Craig A; Hooker's. Hi.acic dress goods, LVo to $1.50 per yard. Suvoranco k Sons. I will pay cash for A. C. Sine. Mrs. John I'. Joxus quite wick with liny fuvur. Miss Moi.i.ii'. Mkrsiion is visiting at Luliation .Iimutlon. Loos Wantkd. MRS. A. M. Fhi.axd spent sovoraj large poplar logs. duj'M at Crab Orchard. 'Mk. and Mrs. Mark Hardin aruat SRCOND-iiAN- Crab Orchard Springs. for sale. H. Iv. Superior Disc DrUl Wearen & Son. strlpo porouls Severance fc MR. J. 1 Cooic In 011 a vlrfit to his SKK tho now ltoinau parontH from Moutlccllo. at Tonnes-80- 0 and plaid giighams G. A. SWINRIIROAI) left for yestorduy to buy more cattlu. was Sons. S.iturdny. married a few days ago. HON. W. It. DtTNLAl', of Lexington, CoVF.lt your house before bad woath-o- r was on yesterday's train bound for sots In. Cypress shingles are tho Crab Orchard. MlSS Emily DfDDKRAlt has return- bust, and cheapest in tho end. For sale s by A. C. Sine. s visit to ed from a throe-monthtela-tlvo- Miss Bhttii: Vi:lls, of Lexington, TllK Stanford colored team bested the guest of Mrs. Ivon V. Fish. the Nleholasvlllos Friday by a score of Mr. J. W. CocilRAN, of Garrard, in 1.1 to, l.'l. horo for treatment by Dr. Carpenter. 25 high-bre- d For Sam: MissJi:i.i. Cooic, of Louisville, Id Plymouth I lockChi:ai. cockerels. George C. with her relatives, Dr. and Mrs. L. I). Keller. Cook. Lost. A Knight Templar watch Mrs. M. D. Ei.mokk mid Mrs. L. M. Wosturllold went to Campbcllsvillc charm. Hot urn to Llgo Farmer and get reward. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Spink mulch ItKKKRKNCi: to our matrimonial colwent to tholr Hardin county farm umn will show that Queen Victoria was Jn Texas. MlSS ELLA IlRNDKRSON, of Oiirniril comity, wis the yuost of Mrs. Dr. 1). -- - O'llntinon. MRS. ANDRItW F01.KY, of io Crab Or-eltuf- tl. TllKCorbln Gaiety Club will give a g grand ball at Stuart's Hall on tho of the U4th, to which we acknowledge invitation. uvn-nlnm vlnltintr her daughtor, Mrs. Wis are showing our llrst shipment O. V Dellord. of now Fall dres goods. Coma and Mr. and Mrs. Ukoiksr D. Wrarisn se. We'll have more next week. Sevand Miss Janle Wearen wont to Nash-vlll- o erance iV Sons. mi yesterday. Al.lt'R IlAt'dllMAN, who Hvori with her sister, Mrs. Moulle Fox, has returned to Danvillo. Miss Km ma W'arrkn, wlio lias been again In Sevquite sick, Is at her erance Ar Son's store. MlSS CKAKJ it HociCKUare making some changes In tho internal arrangement of slowly that no damage could have ro-- j ' Mule colt buyors will do well to go their store, which will add to its con- suited if they had struck each other u) Hockcastlo county. There are lots and It proved to bo a cao of more scar- - f them there and tho owners want to venience as well as to its looks. JL'duk Morrow is making Kay while the sun shines. He spoke at Mt VerFrost. Yeftorday tho signal service non yesterday at and at night at telegraphed; "Fair and TuesBrodhead. day. Frost Tuesday morning." , IF spot experience, small exAM. poi'sons having claims against panses and hustling eounts for anyLincoln county will please He same on or before Sept. '2'tli. J. F. Cummins, thing, Tanner Bros., McKlnney, will get your trndo. Cl'k. L. C. C. Many say they never saw as many IlKAK the Microphone at the Opera goods come to any one house In StanHouse Thursday night. It plays all ford as the latest songs aud marches of the ance k, have been unloaded at Sever- o Sons, wiiJeh they say, they day; heard in all pirts of tho house. to unload just as fast to their cusDo not faU to sec this wonderful show. tomers at lowest prices for cash. Lowkst Ybt. On account of three FARM AND TRADE, days set apart for as many patriotic celebrations, the L. ,t N. will sell It. C. Hooker bought a number of round-tritickets and calves at 31- -. Including admission to the NashJ. F. Cook bought a house and lot in ville Centennial and transportation Maywood for $170. from the city, for the very low price of Woods & Lynn bought 2!) hoga of . $i.o.-Sam Dudderar at .'lo. James Saunders bought in tho East Tin: machines carried by the Frank D. Whlto Vltascopo and Microphone End a bunch of heifers at He. Wheat Is o(T at Chicago owing to unCo., aro considered by experts to be favorable cables. It went as low as 02 the best on tho road Operated by first class electricians. Let every cents. J. W. Haughinan bought of Monto one turn out and see Kdlson's wonderful Inventions. One night only, Thurs- Fox a bunch of Pole Angus heifers at 4 cents. day, Sept. 'S. Tho record lor trotting Funs at Bl'rnsidk. Mr. V. It. Cole geldings Is now 2:10, and is held by man Konds us this message from Som - Tho Monk, orsot: The Kentucky Lumber Co's. It is said that Ed Goers rode 113 mill and lumber at Burnside burn' miles in one day in working nnd racing ed Sunday morning at 3 a. M. Loss?!,- - his horses. Second-han000. Couldn't loarn whether any in- Superior plow drill in surance or not. Also couple of houos good running order for sale cheap. M. In this city burned Sunday morning. S. Baughman. Star Pointer cut J second otT of the Nos. 23 and 3(1 came near running pacing mile record at Indianapolis, goat Crab Orchard, owing ing the mile In 2:01. to tho failure of the air to work on tho Meudowtborpe, won tho Mocrloin lormor and some or the passengers ii,,,,,!!,..,,, .. o.mHov Saturday. Box -.,...- j jiimiKHi. isoin trains were going mi wa ond and Simon V., third, 1 to-nig- Hardin. Ta&fets And Scfioof re-fan lie found rlv-ulu-re- . lnito "ompurNon ca-.li- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 42? S ennq Btnv pro-pos- I fjfl p to-da- y Ita I'or Como I :- -: Heady jg uu jour Inspection. Our magnificent stock of now 1 C5j Fall & Winter Goods let us show you the lest values ever saw In to-da- ?S four-year-o- ld Cottons, Ginghams, j Percales, Dress Goods, 1 "derweur. IIosIer. (ilovi-s- . ii&i v! & limits mid Mious. niankets. riunneN, Linens, Clothing, Hats, v$ gfc$ )t?i sT; ? IjJ? d vi -. W. Vi) Nexer !ls ln,,Mi Stanford hy any one houo. Thev have ''""'h'1'1 to bo sold. Youknow tlmt cash nnd low prlcos will ilo tho work. All via ask Is a few moniunts of jour time In our houso to convince you thatwr ate tho people to trade with. 'U &2 SEVERANCE & SONS. f Hltt.LO Crab Orchard ! Wo aro What will those rads who said they mighty anxious .'or a good corresjxmd-en- t Wm. Ciiancki.i.or. would not support Chappell for judge Mr. and Mrs. at "the Orchard." Wont some enof Millorsburg, are guests of Mr. terprising man or woman let us hear bocaiiso ho had only been a republican a year or so do for Dawson, who has Chancellor and wife. from him or her? only boon one since his turn down in MissCiKOROlA Wray has returned F.dison's VIuiscojhj Co. will surprise May? "A plenty," as ho will find out from a protracted and plunwint visit to and delight our ooplo at Walton's in little over a month. Considering relatives nt Moomlnglon, III. Mr. John W. Huchanan, of the ()ierii House next Thursday night, 2.'J, everything Mr. Bailey ought to and IxitiUvlllo Times, was the guest of his with the most wonderful of the great doubtless will beat him ."00 votes. electrician's inventions. cousin, W. S. Hureh, Saturday. He-do- iot cd than hurt. The Best ,11. ll Sidney B. Clay, of Bourbon, sold S00 acres of Bourbon land to CoK It. T. Ford, of Now York, for about $100 per Disc Drill Saturday. and Casey will hold a joint association Tin: Mlddloslniro Herald advertises at Kub.mks, Oct. '2. Profs T. M. for a wife for Joe C. Jones, Into of LinE. L. Grubbsnnd M. E. Prultt coln county. Girls, ploaso do not all are on the program for papers and decspeak MISS.IKAN BUCHANAN was on SatI AM opening up a splendid lino of urday's train on route to Louisville to sister, Mrs. John A. Halde-ma- Fall and Winter millinery, to which I visit hor Invite the attention of ladles nnd which Mr. A. II. CL'NNiNOHAM, the gonial I will cell very low for cash. Mrs. A. representative of the Clmtllold & A. McKlnney. Woods Paper Co., Cincinnati, was here Tin: teachers of Lincoln, Pulaski n. Good-knigh- t, lamations. is ashling Mrs. A. A. McKlnney In the millinery busiTllK town branch was never in a ness and will doubtless attract much more tllthy condition and the stench trade to the establishment. from It along Main Street when the Mrs. Mary ToMi'KlNS, of Harrods-burbiooo Is favorable is not calculated to who has been visiting hor daugh- be ory productivoof health. Tho city MeMlanies Wm. tiooch and L. H. authorities ought to see to It. ters. Pryor, returned home yesterday. "Tm: First Days of tho Confederacy" MRS. W. B. 1'KNNY has taken hor on account of will bo tho subject of (Jon. John 13. children to Hustonvillo thedlphthoriaiind Mrs. K. C. Walton Gordon's lecture at Walton's Opera House, Oct. I, which is Mild to be even ha taken hers to Cook'.i Springs. more eloquent and entertaining than Mr. It. L. INNIS. wife and little boy the "Last Days" of tho secand Mr. J. H. Sartln, of Hollo Flower, tion. I ml., are visiting Mr. Klljah Soonn-morefamily and other relatives. TllK State Hoard of Health has esS. T. Harris and Montlo tablished an inspection station at JuncMi:ssits. Fox spent several days in Marlon and tion City, with Dr. H. W. Smock nnd Washington counties hunting cattle, two other physicians in charge, whose duty Is to examine all passenger trains but failed to make any purohatos. on the Q. & C. for yellow fever susMrs. F. W. Chask, which the same was M ls Julia Peyton, loft for Louis- pects. 9 KXTKA POI.ICKMKN. ville Friday to visit her sisters before Mayor J. X. returning to her homo in the West. Menefco says that extra policcmon will Miss CathrrinkHauoiiman Is very bo assigned to duty on court dnys and ill of fovor and' yesterday tho report offenders will suller sovoro penalties came that hor mother, Mrs. M. Smith for rowdyism on "Jockoy street." If a Haiighuian, was threatened with tho more suitable place can bo found tho cattlo and crowd will bo transferred to disease. McFall, of Crab it on those- days. Missks Hbttik Orchard, nnd Lcttio Alexander, of VerTUB Advocate says our statement sailles, and Kllburn Stuart, of Crab with referenco to Dr. Minton "errs in Orchard, havo been visiting tho Misses one important regard. When tho San DoUord. Francisco Presbytery made such a g. Ill-fatV m - at once. Miss Mary Ritrei: of 13. Pratt, theadvanco agent the White Vutlscopo Co., is in town and tomorrow tho bill boards will blossom out with bills descriptive of, the show, which appears hero Thursday night next. MR. AND MRS. T. M. GOODKNIOHT have been unfortunate during the last few duys. The former was thrown from his buggy and had his arm dislocated and tho latter stepped on a nail, which made an ugly wound in hor foot. Frank strong protest against Dr. Minton leaving California, tho committee from tho Centre College Hoard of Trustees voluntarily released Dr. Minton from his promise to accept the position of president." Wo had our information from a Danvillo man, who seemed to know whereof ho nltirmed. . ago and has been on a visit to his niece, Mrs. John Stephenson. Mr. Zoko Hlakomoro, of LaG range, accompanied Mr. Wm. Martin, who is b'2 and who went to California fl years ago, returned fbr.tho llrst time a Tow weeks and took him to Nashvlllo where ho is of his sis- now under tho tender caro Mr. E. C. Walton found his James B. Cook, in quite a condition witli maianai icvor critical broth-or-ln-la- Tm: equinox has arrived and still no rain of consequence in this locality has come, and tho weather prophets feel that their occupation is gone and that there Is no help for us. Nearly all tho creeks and branches aro dry and people aro driving their cattlo in some in stances miles to water. A heavy full in the temperature camo Thursday night and Friday morning tho mercury had gone down to 10. It continued cool aud yesterduy morning was 43 at (I o'clock. A fall of 54 decrees in 24 hours made it feel like winter and fires anu neavy ciouies wore in uemanu. J Lies Don't Go. Messrs. II. K. Wearen .t ?on, Stanford Gentlemen: InYepIy to vour Drill will strictly on Its It. C. Nunnelley bought of various letter law say that tho KentuekvIn Ilsc paperselands no purchaser ofmerits; tho makers "fight and this drill need tear any suits In court and not the parties 12 inula colts and weanlings at their entanglement. Al-- o that other drills must bo deficient In real merit when their legal an average of 27.34. All aro mares makers seek to scare people Into buj Ing them. Wo guarantee protection. Yours, Rren-n- an Sc Co.s' Western Agricultural N'orks. Louisville, fcept. 2. lllutrs wont work. Thero ONLY 81.f0. Mrs. Annie Shelby but three. Is no mistake atiout this machine living Karmers can see for themselves. us that tho Q. it C. will writes Tho fastest mile trotted this ydar Is run an excursion to Cincinnati, Satur- 2:0S by Grace Hastings. Last year Fanday, tilth, for tho benellt of the Trinity tasy went a second and a half faster at (Episcopal) church, Danville, at the Columbus in 2:0t5J. low rate of $1.50 for the round-trip- , Gibbs Bros, sold to Monto Fox two which includes a ticket to tho Zoo. The car loads of 1,400 pound cattlo to be detrain will leave Danvillo at (l A. M., re- livered tho first of November. Price turning, leave Cincinnati at 12, mid- 4Je. Lancaster Itocord. IJY night. Tho-- e of our people wljo conWm. Moreland, the Stanford sheep template visiting the city can help a man, tells us that ho has shipped from good cause and go oheaior than ever this county in the past month over before known by joining this excursheep. Somerset Reporter. sion. Col. 11. G. Stoner bought the Socrates Bowles farm near Paris, containing . r Bio Fun:. Wilmore was again vis 21)3 acres, at $SS.S0. At this sale corn 3 ited by lire at an early hour Sunday, In the Held sold for SLOT ior bushel. R? the second time in 30 days. This time Quite a large number of mule colts yt Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, the entire business jwrtion of the town wore sold in Columbia, Tcnn., Mon- Vj Huggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. was destroyed, with the exception of day, farmers buying the best of them: Joplin it Co.'s dry goods establishment, mare mule square, scaniora, ivy Koom uppoMie colls of goodi.e and shape w which was badly damaged, Tho lire Is brought S 10. supposed to havo been of Incendiary At Col. Woodford's sale of Jerseys at origin. F. M. Ware, of Ware it Flen-noItunnymede, 103 averaged $33, tho telephoned us from McKlnney highest priced bull, Harry's Combinayesterday that their loss is J.'t.riOO with tion, selling for $12."), and the highest tii'l OilO ttiwliisi tutrt n'li.i Till,ilnt.illkl ntliiil '"' i p deed cow, Magelono. brought $100 1 heavily with little . merchants I. L. Jarvls showed us two ears of surance to help them out. CJrn, one 'l and the other l.'t inches long, containing 1,(540 grains, raised on Walton's Opem Houso will opon one stalk, on his Dlx Kivcr farm, and Thursday night with Frank D. White's says the whole field is nearly as good. Vltascopo and Microphone Co. See Tho great Lexington trots of Oct. 5 We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our tho prize light between Fitzsimmons to 1(1 will mark you will then know we mean to sell tho goods. Our aim in making these unthe i"ith, or silver anand Matter, burning stable, tub race, niversary of tho Kentucky Dreoders' precedented price Is to reach out and furnish our ndjoiding counties, which fact has ocean waves, Interrupted lovers, the Association, and It ought to bo, as ad- always proven itself whero a customer favored us with a call. We arc heio for busfamous kissing scone, watermelon convertised, tho world's greatest trotting iness, (plick sales and small profits. test, mounted jwllce, BulTalo Bill, the meeting. skirt dance, Black Diamond express, Sales of 100 mountain ewes at $2.05; feeding the doves, Trilby dance, Mexil.V bushels of clover seed threshed can duel, umbrella dance (with colors) Branch Store at Ilnstonvillc, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. from 411 acres at $11.50: some extra heifHob itoy trio, tho local express, phoers at :i!c and 100 barrels of old corn tograph train, Edison's laboratory, at $1.75 arc reported in tho Hnrrods-bur- g parade and 50 others shown by Democrat. tho vltascopo Thursday night, Sopj. Dr. L. B. Cook sold his farm of 150 23. Admission 2.c .'too snd iOc, tho latacres to Carson and James Govor for ter for reserved scats at McHoberts' $0,000, which is within a fraction of $40 drug store. an acre. It lies on tho Rush Branch DlPHTUBRlA, that dreadful disease, pike and Dlx River and cost tho docwhich is the honor of all parents, hus tor mora than he got for It, a few years broken out here and there is great so ago. Tho purchasers aro Pulaskians. The Advocoto's Bucna Vista correslicitudu among them. Hoscoc, son of Mr. E. W. Spidell, was tho llrst attack pondent reports that J. W. Scott & ed and ho developed quite a severe Son sold to Simon Weihl 57 cattle at euso, though ho hud somewhat improv 4.(15, tho cattle to be fed on corn for ed yesterduy. Alllo Price, son of Mrs. six weeks and to average 1,500 pounds. Davis bought about 15,000 Pattio Beu.ley, also had a bad case and Cogar It was thought that Arathiisa McAHs-te- bushclb of wheat last week In AVest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lincoln tit 90 cents. Tho Paris News thinks the question McAllster had It, but her case has been pronounced ordinary soro throat. Out regarding tho propor season to spay of abundant precaution, however, Miss heifers in hot or cold weather is fulItutli Ellison, her teachor, dismissed ly settled by the following fact. The her school for tho present, but tho oth 1.T7 heifers spayed for Mr. J. E. Clay er schools are running and the doctors bv D's. .hunoson and Eisonman in tho say thoro is no occasion for alurm, U remarkably short time of 11 hours and tho necessary precautions are observed. 15 minutes (only one veterinary work Tho Host Is always Imitated. Tho Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has been thorInare Some parents have taken their child- ing at a time) ure all nllvo and doing oughly tested and gives satUfuctlou. All other Disc DrillsU. S. an experiment and ancom Court against one fringement on the Superior. Suit the gained nn av- puny for infringement. Farmers, has been entered inbuying. ren to tho country and u great deal of well. The hollers havo Investigate beforo uneasiness is felt, but it is devoutly to erage of 10 pounds in a fortnight after I HIGGINS & bo hoped tho disease will not spread. the operation. acre. A large grower in Woodford county has been olTored 12 2ents a Kund for his tobacco crop of this year and refused it. BEST : MADE! double-geared. Dar-bUhl- re B. K. WEAREN & SON. ra&assggfc1 UnDGKCAKIOG 0,-0- ? "Prantinal Trimnifir. Embalmerand J. C. M'CLARY, i Funeral Director. H f k r, n i .1.1" in-i- Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTING. pri-pric- cs W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Mc-Klnl- ey r, Wis M'KINNEY. SSSessiiiiii!iiiijj ' sssssssssssssssW W , '' ,., - , iiih iwwaiiinii ssa 99nBI(HKvHPHHpHSp'VyPffHBRMHRMl9PI'v'' -y t .riTLi jiwLir. fTr1ir. ji-- j u' "" " ?1fr ., m tTT- - "T-j- ii . - liitltlrlrfTi ( y " f''J ' T- TV"- ' Mr,;'r!'Vlt',',llrTi" MllllHn! fonttgrnufwutm nil"itf 'er THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL X'la.Tslioli.oA'rvioaias-- a VICINITY NEWS. M, , SUgK, GO, tiled at liar- tu- aairriiam ..vio rtKlsburg. Hon Allen, Jr., died In Casey of s2 xjfiit y icvit in" a- vvxcjc berculosis. J. D. Irvine, Jr., pets the postoflloo - When not so paid 2:2. CO IPMkll KENTUCKY CENTRAL Trains leaTe Stanford at 7 returulug at 4: 25 p. m and 10 .(: a. in. p. m. Louis Simmons, n miner, waseruslied to death by a train at Jcllico. The Colonels defeated the HarrodE-bur- p ball team by abore of II to 2. Mattle Harnett has been appointed TIME CIED. postmaster at Pointer, Pulaski county. The residence of Win, Shy, at liar- DIVISION. rousburjj, was burned. The loss Is and 4 p $2,-000. w1' ue charPCl' at Creelsboro, Russell. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. No. No. No. 21 25 25 23 Stanford. Lancaster, MBCOINIIMOINIOMM K story: And will keep constantly on band the JelllIt U iiinuiliip to hoar tho ludicrous mis- McUoVrts, Dnifxltt. co, Tails llrauch and other CVmls and takes which tho darkles make comet lines Somtthiiiij to Anon. ask tho patronage of the public. Stanfotd when they are Kent without written orders to know that the. friends who want Coal can leave orders with It intr le worth Miuethenit for various things lu this drup line. If ti very tvtt iiicdlilnt fur rwtorli-i- tho tired out J. II. Hlgglns, which will receive prompt atto a heillh Thjnr Is DEALER IN T. L. SHKLTON list of such "breaks" uoro kept from tlrno lhU medicine it purely vasetatdo Kits trie lllttom tention arts lynHlii a large volume. tmu to the nerie centres lu the Minium, (jenny to time It would ll tlieliter PleasIje" for concentrated lye: rtliiiiiUtii lln;Ins ell and U.lieysInand Mil - r the Impurities in thn oxcodlc pills" for compound caImproves tho apetite, aids tllitpsllon 'compound Hitters and Is pronminnil by those who hivo tried It Uiidortulcor, thartic: "Polly Harris water,, for Apolllna-riTry the vcr Is- -t Mood purltW sml nerve totle Mc- Hustonvillo, - for 5"o and si battle at W. II. Pearl's Plllno" for Pvle's Poarllne; It Kontucky lloterts' dnuatorc. "malicious water tor llthla water, etc. Utters hit services to the sspl of West Lincoln A short time ago a very resiwetublo lookThe Grmulctt Uancdy. atid Casey counties full stock of CotSuiaud ing colored man came In and asked for a merchant, of Chllhowlo. Va , Mr. It lrwe, hand. V) i given up to Wo kept two kinds, the certifies that he had consumption, I), b. CarH'iiler, Manager. lK)ttle of vasallne. High-Graddie, MiUillit all meilieal treatment that money rould Fertilizers and Goal. perfumed and tlio plain, in small ten cent procure, tried all nn;h remedlw he rould hear of, hut got no relief; sinl niny nights slttliiK up III a A WOIlt) TO "Do you want The e'erk package-.Goods Warranted ns Represented. Olliceon chain was Induce"! to tr lr Kliijr's New- MmxivIt scented?" Main Street,opMslto UinureV More, ery and wascunsl liy the me of two bottles. Kor OWNERS. s Issju attending busbies and "No. thank you," said tho darkey: "I'll mil thrtK) iirs liNew Discovery Is totho KTinilest Stanford, Kentucky xivi I)r Kiidss ti till It along In my hand!" Jes' take nooiilv eer mule, as It has dnno ni nilirh for J. L TOTTKN. Sil.uMAM. Are you Insured If not, wh not Thoti-an- d Kln' The custom of putting up medicines In sad alo for others la his community l'r lds and Minds of dwellings New llisoovery lKU'"ntesl r"r niuhs, barns giKul as ours was first reported to no nusilmptloi gelatine capiules It don't fall Trial lJtWc Inst at I have oetie(l a hhop at the forks of tho account of the nauseous taste of many drugs, W. II Sic IUilrtsdriii store by-FirHuston villi and MllltHlgeltle pikes, near Mr. I". Hold's mill am prewired to do all but now physicians order nearly all things kinds of to be put up In Unit way. An old colored W!,s To man whose children had the grippe Kvcryjo.tr. Involving the Ins of millions of Blacksmithing and Woodwork, told by the doctor to bring back the empty AM) GAUUVltl). dollars. Wh) olumld you eipect, to ecno call-e- d At the lonest prices and lu tho 1k1 manner lxx to have a prescription refilled. It lam paying esitclal attention to custom from yonr to jear guuraiitiHi all my work. will lake all for bluo mass and quinine In eapsules. grliidliigaud guarantee to glo 35 M)undsof kinds of country produce, except for horso Your Proporty May Bum In, he handed me givxl I'lour and 10 pounds of llran for each When the old follow came (.Ikk'Idl' which Is CO centn, cash. Please give of wheat, notwltbstatidliig the fact case. tho box saying: "Look 'ero Ixiss: 1 want bushel jear, within a month, that wheat Is up. I am desirous of Irunning Within aWhy should you expose within 21 me a share of your patronage. II. MAVES YORK. I POaDCR CO., ROYU U the accusome mo' o' dls medersln, but ills time, day and night and will do what canto hours. Hubble, sah, doan' put It up In ilom little please my customers, no they will glvo mo mulation of'years of "boui'st toll to loss by please, a hluclo tlre.'whlch can destroy lt in uu me an hour sometimes their patronage. Yours to please. & hour i Soliciting a share of your patronage MOUIMS ntni. Gilberts Creek. Ky. FOR SALE O 3 RENT. Robert Barnctt has rented Mrs. Bet-ne- glass things. It Itakes got iiotliln but a ole to pick lt out: ain't lesvt fully. ACMES one mile from Crab tic Broaddus' farm near here for EIGHTY-l'lV- K knlttln' needle to iplck It out wld, an I beIN Orchard on the Somerset road. Will sell year. JESSE D. WEAEEIT, lieve I looses moro'n lui'f o do stutT In tryln foi 10. Tor particulars half or all or rent B. W. Givens and E. T. Minor have to Corn itiul I lay, git 'tout. ! T' was a lucky thing dat I wns Stanford, Ky Order Otllce and rVwl Kxrhanire, near thn Railroad Twelve acres of land U mile from KcKln- - General Agent, - - call on or address W. T. STEPHENSON. Crab Orchard, Ky. bought a lot of mule colts at from $15 homo, when dat 'scrlptlon fus' come dar, for nev: has good house of 5 rooms iiml gooil CnmluK, IrMt Street, to O, toS2o. lor Information apply ef I hadn't 'er bin, dey'd o' glf to dem Chi- outbuildings. - WAt.Trii. . Co. Cual Vard, Mill .street, latelyKontuolcy. Most all have threshed In this com lian, glass nil' nil! 'Sposo dcy had'er buss A. WAi.Tr.ii. K'lngsvllle. or Jessb J II KlActm'. Stanford, Ky. Satlslactlon tfiiarsnltssl. l'or.K Miixeii. munity, but few have sold their wheat In niv chllo!" OK STANI'OHlJ, KV. Ilegislerod Splendid yet, but have stored it for 81. The home occupies a vital relation to the $200,000 00 Paid up Capital, George White will leave soon for school. If false Ideas are Inculcated In the individuals Both 17,603 80 Inst Knll's nlul Colorado for his health. lie has lung Surplui, of tho teacher Is MSSffi$3Ktbis Springs far trouble. Dr. Herring reports Mrs. homo tho work Many parents are made more Ml) SHEET careless In TOKS, burdensome. Ily provisions of Its clurlrr, diltort ara a TU row. Trices reasonable. Xo charge for In Nailunal Hanks, fulljr protected n very 111 of fever for the speaking disrespect fully or slightingly of Win. Blanks crating. Its shareholders Iwtntf held IndiTlduallr liable to ICY., last few days. A. N. Surber, of Pulas- school rules and methods In tho presence of theextrnt of the aiiiuiiulof their ttoi k therein at J. M. li H. J. HcBOBEBTS, Stanford. tlml'sr talue the risjf, in addition to theamuunt In. Sole proprietor of Dean's lllack Msmoinl Itoof ki, was up the first of the week with their children. Tho result Is tho Inevitable rnttsl lu sueli shares. It mar act as exreutor, a. Taint. Iitliiutea jurulshel for painting wo,hI, nilnlitiatur, trustee, Ac , as fully as an Individual. metal and Iron nHs. Sallifadlon fiiarauteed All cattle. George Engleman, of Shelby weaketilnsr of tho child's respect for tho A. S. Ten Jirllii! ur thanks tu thoxo who hare entrust rtfa lnte.l with Ivan's lllark l'lainond I'alnt City, and Spears Fisher, of Casey coun- school, and tho undermining of tho teacher',, ed their hualiiisu tn us, e trust tiler will wsrrsutisl foryesrs. Dealer In t'Uti m A mistake In discipline on the authority. and we otter as a Kuaruitefur (imiupt at' andOalraulnsl Inin Kilters, da'raulied and l'uttia Surgeon lliack ty, were visiting relatives and friends part of tho teacher Is not likely to prove so Until Oct. 1st provided customer buys Si's teutlon to same our 20 years' risTi.iKv in (tank. Iron lboHiii;of all kinds. 21 tf TJAnfiqt.. It week. Miss Annie Walters, hurtful In Its results as the spirit of discon- worth of other sooils. This elves us a inland as literal Rccoiuiuudatlous as are cuiuUlenl here last lth sound banlluicclian-- e to hhow you how much ns teacher, accompanied by Miss Jule tent and of rebellion against rightful auinaacTOKs, Ky Garner and some other students, left thority developed In tho child's heart at J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuuimlns, rreachersrllle; All person! diwlrlnt; ls-u1'iwts for plank fence, Office over McttoberU' Drug Store lu the Owsley Friday morning to enter school ut Mt. homo. Tho school and Its methods, the J. II. Usler, J. S Owsley, Sr., post and rallliiic or wire, teinran tlinl what they Hnlldltig Sterling. S. 11. SlisiiU, William CmKh, measures should lie dlscuss-l- n teacher and his want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike J. K. Cash, leading from Crab On. hard to Stanford i. J. Kmhry, I also private: If regarded as mischievous, paA W Carpenter; J. K. Lrim, keiou handasupidyof plank for feiieiinr All llnu of goods which Is the COLORED TEACHERS. J. N. Meiivfeo. rents should verify their conclusions by vis- On our regular klndsof lumber for building piir(uisa; also beards we have ever carried. and shlnshw. All stiiii desiring any article ol orricias. iting the school and consulting with teacher largest Progam of the Colored Teachers' this kind can call on me at my suite nearCedar S. II. Shanks. President; tho school and or principal. Dlsresjiect for S3 Creek. (,. V MNOI.1TON J. II. Owsley, Cuhler to be held at Preachers ville Irreverence for tho teacher Invariably react W M llrUhl, Teller AsSaturday, Sept. 2.": Song by the mtttjKh&eZ5f$fi9 upon tho home, and a general disregard for & sociation; Welcome Address Miss M. authority make itself manifest lu B. Givens; Response by Rev. J. W. t'io life of tho child. Tennessee School NATION ALCANK ....Proprietors. ..... : : Ky. Stanton; Paper, Object of the Teach- Journal. SALE OF LIVE STOCK. OKSTANHJltl-- , KV LWERY.FEED& BALE STABLE Office on at KeMilence ers' Association, Dr. W. D. Tardif; A new store building in Chicago is Surplus 515,750. Capital Stock S100.000. At mv farm on the Mct'ormacks Church Primary Arithmetic by S. E. Denny called tho 'Fair." It cost $2,000,000, Ky. I will called to the fact that and Mrs. Knox: Debate, Resolved that and is said to be the largest storo in pike, one mile ou h of Turnersvllle. Attention o( the puhllc Turnouts, nrouiiil atlentlon, very llaiiW In Staufurd. this is the only National each county In the State should be rethe prurlslous ol the National Hank Act reasonable rates A Kirtlun of your patronage is MRS U U HI l I'SON, Pror . the world. It possesses .11,000 feet, or is delimiters are secured not only liy the capital stock, retiect!ully solirlttsl. quired to raise by taxation as much nearly live miles of counters, employes lmt liv thti stoekholders' liahllltr lor an amount : lS'JT, dlsKne entire lot of per capita In support of the schools as .5,000 people, uses GO wagons and 200 equal lu thestotk so that diissiliorsuf this Instllu-lioTire sworn are secured by n fund ti! Horso3 and Cattlo, Milk C:w3, Hojs, &c, statements of tho nindltlonot thoilaiik are made Newly furnished; clean beds; splendtd the State supplies, Aillrmatlve, R. H. horses for delivering Its sales Co-- a Negaeach year to tho United States (luiermiuiit and Its Givens; Porters Haynes and Miss table. Eveiythlng If a watermelon is too large for tho To the highest bidders. There are good assets are examined ut statist times hyKOieriiiiifUt . 89 moot tni'iis tive, Isaac Fisher and Florence Cook; Horse, agents, thus sevurlog additional and s'rfect aalet, family, cut in two and place one half llrood Mares, I Horse Colt, :i aged to iliiiltors. Tilly, Solo, Miss Annlo M. Stewart; Duties Hat on a dish and pour water in the Mules, This institution originally established as the De Mule, yearling Mule, as Ns!t Hank ol Stanford In 13.VI, then of Teachers and Trustees, Mr. E. B. I Mule Coif, I Cows and Culvus.O good yearthe air. It answers dish to exclude the National Hank ofSlaulord In IMVS uudaKkln ling Cattle. T3 Stock Hogs. Will also soil reuopiulzed as the 1'lrst National Hank of Stauford THE POPULAR Cheatham; Primary Reading, Anna and It will keep for 21 hours mv crop of growing Corn. In M'i, has had practically an uninterrupted exist Whitley and Mrs. Robynson. Tr.itM.-i-. .Hums of 820 and undur, acasbj ence for Xi years. It Is belter supplied uu wit", Nl iiSlil!lil!l:li.lHsi as fresh as when just cut. 1M)S, lacllltles for tramavllii); LuslueM promptly and libover a credit till Jan. 1st, cMM rmtUhl t'lAy&l In Its lout; and honorable frT1 Prof. Walter T. Shcelo, of Runway, with that amount Interest. Notes paynblu lu Farmers erally than erer of InillrliluaU, llduclarhsi, tlnut Bank clearlnfjs In the United States career. Aroounis Hank and an increuue of N. J., claims to have demonstrated quired. Trust Co., wlth'good security re- and Individuals solicited. f jr the past week show can be killed by DIKECT08S N. II. At the same tlrno I will also SELL 5 Mi per eent. over the clearin.'s for the that mosquito germs J. W, Huyden, Stanford OR RENT 210 ACRES of my farm; fulrly P. Hold, Lincoln Co.; use of permanganate of potash. corr.s jondlnjj week last year. Port-Un- the S. II. Haughuiau, " S.T. Harris, T 1. Hill, M Cordang, a Dutch champion, add Improved, well watered anil In goon hlato ol J. S. Hocker, " : v-s- v Ore., increased HIT, Sioux City Terms made known on day of K. U Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Trlhhle, cultivation. " bicyworld's salo. 141, and Fremont, Neb., 100. New Or- ed 52 miles to the J.II.Collier.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, OOVER. Turnersvllle. "I M, I'.Kluioro, Mauford. J. . Co., cle record at London. He rode more leans decreased 24.1) and Atlanta 4.9. orrlCBRS. G16 miles in 24 hours. aro expected to than Seventeen steamers L S. Ilockur, President; J. J. McRoherts Cashier KOUND1CD taoC. A. A. McKinney, AaslitanlCashler. return from Alaska soon with disap"Mv loy enmo homo from school ono day I and bleeding pointed gold seekers. Sara Bush, of with his band badly laceratosays Mr. E. .1. and suffering great pain," raid-ai- r cable Schall, with Mover Pros. Drug Co.. St. Lou-ILouisville, is plannlnjr u 0 STANFORD, KY. Mo. "I dressed tho wound and applied freight line over Chilcoot pass, and A I'ann of '.''JO Acres, half In Oarrard and Halm freely. All pain Chamberlain's Pain tho Western Union Telegraph Compa- ceased and tu a romarkubly short time It half lu Lincoln, threo utiles Noith of Crab itourh. Orchard, the laud about equally divided beTho Rest Line toand From ny i looking over tho Held. healed without leaving a scar. Tor wounds, tween grass ami cultivation, good dwelling INIOMIM and ihouinntlsjn Judicial iuqulry is to be made of a sprains, swellings prescription eipial Itoknow house, ham and lots; has a It. I of no medicine or sect at Nettleton, Ark., known as consider lt a household necessity." Tho 25 supply of water. Can bo rented for a term All Points lu MUhlgau. of years. STANFORD. KY. Sanctified Brethren. Two children of and 50c sizes for bulo by Craig .V Hocker. A I'arm within a mile of J.aucastur of 'M0 0 1 CHICAGO. Acres. Originally one boundary hut van bo aro said to have died for lack a convert All kinds of rep Irli g dore at res.iu hlo rates IT SAVES OROUPV CHILDREN. handled to udvan'tage as a wholo or sepaUpholstering a specialty "White City Seclal." fcullst.cilou gmraueod. of medical attenf.Ion while tho "breth-renSea view, Va. Wo have a splendid sale rately. One tract has 10(i acres. Tho 00 Host Terminal btatlou. were practicing "healing" by on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and our acres has on lt threo duelling hous s with Oraig Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. LOUIS. customers coming from far and near, speak- stables and lots. Is well wateted and faces said OINJ faith cure methods. Trigg, tho oldest er It In the highest terms. Many havecroup jOruli Orchard plku. The Kid acres Is In Aroldiug tho Tunnel lloylu Co. Poultry Yard. Mrs. Mary Martin of that their children would have died hud not grass. Just across tho plko aro two A word to (he farmers. If you make money In one of l(i:i acres, all lu cultivation, If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 0(M1 Glasgow, iB dead, aged 87. citizen of BOSTON. this day and time you mustktep up with tho times been given. Kellani v Ourren. Thol!5 and with abundant supply of water fresh from and keep thoroughbred. They mature earlier with Wa,;ncrJsl.pliigJCar. grass. Tho 07 acres Is part grass and part 30c sizes forsaloby Craig & Hocker. a profit of more llian ,V) erceut. 'ihearrsngemeut iMBa ..'5 days fall excursion. Queen & ol our yanls liu'ultlvatloii. Has been In clover and restsuch that there can he no mix lu NISW YORK. breeds. Wo guarantee ull eggs fertile when shipped. ing for years. Crescent Route. Great low rate excurA CURE l'OR UILIOUS COLIC. ritA'.jr JtKEl. A large house lu Lancaster with a rooms. Uuttel Parlor (Cars, a pier Sltciiing Cars, Prlra II II. till Pit (lames. Imp. setting ol IS Fggs, JJ.OO sion for tho usual Autumn journey Rcsoi'itCK. Soroven Co., Oa. I haeboon C1ilcK. G.r.A, ' ' Always used as a boarding house. If rented Comipjrtmo it Cm, l.kvant Coaches uuj Din Surber Celebrateil Pit (rime $a 00 Cin- subject to attacks of bilious colic for severlsT"N, made by merchants and others to K. i. lug Cars. WhlteCresiedlllaik Polish to aihantage can lie rented for a term of tl.M al years. Chamlierlaln's Colic. Cholera and years. " KeilCai, lmKirted " it 60 .ouUvllle. li.l'.fK., cinnati or Louisville. Hate of 1 fare Dlarrhu'a Remedy Is the only sure icllef. It lliack Mlnuria, i.UU your tickets read a "I1IU KUlHt" MRS. NANNIE R. ANDERSON. lio sure ' Wyandotte, Sllrer fi.00 Sept. 27, 23, 29. Will acts llko a ehumi. One dose of It gives rethe round-trip- ; AliREN J. LYNCH Anv one .wishing to rent the nlxivi prop- E. O. MiCORMICK, 81,50 remedies fill li !. iiarreu lymouiu hock, all other be good 10 days to return. Ask agents lief whenI'orsuloby Craig A. Ho .Ml nrvuiis cure bikivo uo ioiiiis. Passenger TraiaiJMgr., Us. (.en Pass. ATkt. Agt J.NU. M. ORAN I), el t call on or udrcss, Sharp. Sd CUAIQ UUOS,, Proa., Juuilion City, Ky. Lancaster, Ky. CINCINNATI OHIO, for particulars. tally. James Eversolc has been upjolntcd " postmaster at Manchester In placo of For alllFoluts. W. C. Pitman removed. TUKO'JCtlt TICKLTS SOLD. Berry Graves, colored, was sentencH.UUIAOF. CHECKED THUOUGH. For any luforniatlou enquire ol ed at Danville to the penitentiary for life for killing Louis Ray. JOE S. IUCE, Agent, Stanford, Kjr. Coal operators of the Jelllco district asked the courts for protection. A QUEEN & CRESCENT. . force of deputy sheriffs was ordered up. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 02 p m pointed. No. 2 North 11 57 a m No. llSouth 346 a m 1121pm " 4 " Ambrose Wilson was killed by a No. 3 " " C ' 130pm 1125am No 5 " " Southern railroad train near Midway No! 9 600am 8 20pm " "10 5 and fi do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 almost exactly as Owsloy Evans was. trv City, netlhcr co no fursaW ".South than Junction The man who was with him jumped do they run Sundajs. and escaped Injury. FRANKFORT AHD CINCINNATI RY. The collector's otllce will remain ut VIA GF.OKGLTOWN. Richmond for the present at least. Mr. A. M P. M. A. M. P. M. Ycrkes has moved into the now gov2,00 I.ve. Somerset, Arl2 55 2 35 8 20 " Jet. City. "1131 3 15 ernment building, which indicates that 630 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 33 6 05 ' Franktort, 3 00 the matter is settled for awhile. " 6 SO 1155 7 20 ., o George Haynes and Bill Whlpp had 6 30 8 40 Arr Paris 6 10 Dally except Sunday a quarrel and Haynes shot at Whlpp, C. D.nCKCAW, O. P. A. but failed to Injure him. Charles Montgomery left Monday morning for Royal make the food pure, Bi Lexington, where he will wholesome and delicious. ble College. Liberty Tribune. The Kentucky School for the Deaf opened with 273 pupils, making the big gest Jlrst day enrollment in the history of the institution, and an increase of IS over the first day last year. Fully SO more are expected to come within the next few days. Advocate. The Somerset Reporter says that o'l cases of beer were used in North Somerset lust Saturday, with South Somerset to hear from. Col. S. M. Boono, Sr., announces as a candidate for police judge and T. R. Griilln for mayor. Ed-- j POWDER I tor Boone says the grand jury will bo Absolutely Pure too busy looking after the blind tigers to attend to his watermelon stealing " " " " Train going North " South " ,.12 37 p in .. 3 13 a in ,.12 01 p m . 1 27 p M In Bell county, Wilson Bailey stab bed his brother, George, perhaps fa- Note-X- The Standard Oil Company is boring j In response to the Courier-Journal- 's e. the expense of cortain free sll- - a well at Elizabeth, IYnii., that is with- at vcr or bust, hit or miss, right or out a rival In the United States. It has lloilSO Jill (I Lot, Jit iMuICilillL'V wrong papers, the Owensboro Messen - readied a depth of 5,1KM) feet at lutust llouso contains rooms, hallway, necessareport of the company, and boring was ry out buildings. About ger tells this one on the great editor: acres of land. s Considered one of the lHst locations for u "A few years ago Col. Watter&on being diligently prosecuted, the homo at MaKlmiev. giving his overworked brain a rest pose being to sink it to 10,000 feet, with HOW.MAN SMITH. at Crab Orchard Springs. An old far - the hopes of striking an Inexhaustible mor had ' become convinced through supply of oil. A monument has been raised lu SherilT's Salo for iState and County Taxes, that a reading the Courier-JournSouth Carolina over tho grave of great crime lmd been committed Horn, who went all through the against the farming interests by the On Monday, October 11, '1)7, demonetization of silver, and wished to civil war with her husband. It is said grasp the hand of the great champion that this is the only battle monument Met ween tho hours of 10 a. m. and 4 v. M. at dinirlii the town of of tho rights of the people. Seeking an oil auy woman's grave except that of the con Lincoln county, Ky., I will expose to ho Joan of Arc. introduction to tho great journalist the highest bidder for cash In hand, to pav During tho year ended July 1, 1SD7, the State and countv tut for tho ears ImiS, said: "Col. Watterson I have taken IsUfl 1M; tho following over since It was America exported $7,000,000 worth of erty, andso much thereof as described propthe Courier-Journor will pay said a paper. Mirandy and I couldn't keep bicycles, us against $2,000,000 for tho fiixos. n Stanford l'rtclnct No. 1, John W. Hrlght IIS acres, near Hubble. glUT.IIl. house without It. Wc just count It the previous year. Tho world that would T. I). NKWLANI), S. L. C. go is looking to American we funniest paper we over see, and laugh our fool selves to death over manufacturers for the means. them billy goat jokes you write." It A Pennsylvania man rejKM'tfl that Home For Sale. is needless to add that tho great re- one of his sunflower plants Is 20 feet I offer for sale privately mv former did not appreciate tho accredit- high and has in bloom 1UD llowers, tho desirable homo ed authorship of Bill Hays' slush.. If smallest of which Is 1 inches fn dia house on Iiwer Main street, Stanford. The Is a roomy, pretty cottage with nice the old farmer is still reading the meter. yard mid good garden mid outhouses, and Is Courier-JournaDurlug the hot weather lt is bald In ii most pleasant nelghWirhood. Call on which happily he Is mo on tho I not, ho would certainly laugh not only that a man hauling eggs to market at In showing premises and will take pleaauro Its niiinv advantages. MKS. KLI.A I'OKTMAN. his fool self to death, but would start Bowling Green had eight to hatch out with a chorus of cachinnations as would by tho sun's rays endanger tho peace and lives of the HucLlin't ..Iruim Salt'', T. Lincoln county rural population. The ixst mIto In the world for ruts,. hruUet , s-a-XjI- wit iF'orEe NOTICE artist ! (1 1 pur-wa- tJrub Otchard now has tho finest tonsorlnl In thocjulry In tliorsoiiof S.imuei, HuiKmour., who haiiilles the scissors and razor lu expert stjle. Call on him when you want a clean nha.-o- r stlMh haircut. UT , PIANOS AND 011GANS. Decker Pros'. Pianos, Haines Pros'. Pianos, Klllngtou Plnuos, 1). II. Ilaldwln Pianos, I'lscher Pianos, A.C. Mstey Organs, Hamilton Organs mid other Makes. Seo my Goods and Get Mv Prlcos Ileforo ou luy. 10 W. T. WHnNi:, CrabOrchanl. JOHM. ASILKMAX. al Lu-elu- uso Stnn-fcr- d. A. U. UMIiH, al HOYKh INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERl'OOL. Pretty 1 BSRBEE S CaSTLEME. MANA(li:US, l, Commerce JBuilding, Louisville. ARtnts Throughout 'he outh. m m 1'oi.K Mn.l.cit, the wit and liumnrWt, who will entertain our peoplo Oct. 20, tolls thU ulrcrs.Mll rheum, fever orw, letter, cliap-ihs- I handi, rhlll'Ulin, curns and all nWln vrtiitloui. It lKMltlrely cure plletor no iar ns)tiinsi it uaraJtc-etoclre ?rfecl mtUuctloii ur money it- fnnded. l'rlrt 25 cctitj sir twx. I or talc by W. 11 ore, L SHELTON, HOWLANI). KV., W. A. THIBBLI, Agent, Has Gone Hack into the Coal Stanford, Business, - 37tf - Kentucky. lst J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, ; 1111 s "Con-ecrat- ed IHee-tri- J. T. SUTTON, s: re-ent- ir m n 11. Agricultural Implements, o IT AKlN BAKINQ NEW . - ' PK0PERTY the People of Lincoln Are Destroyed or Lightning e T 1 1 t. xt NOEL SON, FOR RENT. DEHLERS COHL, -- 1 imi.a.iIj'E h:og-s- Farmers Bank&Trnst Stanford; 41V PRICE, Du-roc- s. 20 FOUNDS FOR Grajiulatefl Sngar .... - IIS STANFORD, ?3S 2 S. (uiittnu-toilos- o, ll WE CRN SHe YOU t DR. W. B. FBaTOTT, Tanner Bros, McKinney. will-soo- Flutist. Stanford, FIRST SHELBY SHELBY, Mason Hotel fust-clas- s. JunotlontClty, I Kentucky. On Tuesday, Oct. 5th of-m- First-Clas- Uti-d- s n FIRE INSURANCE 1 I 1 1 1 riiirx-inUei- l O mm IvtLLj. ILJM! yoM FMENIX OP BROOKLYN. Insurance Company, Insurance e d, n OMMMqMd MOMMOMOIN AM 0W0MM mxx 24-ho- ur Caledonian J of Scotland. IMyiBlMSTO IMfolMaM BMOIMM y Valuable Properties FOR KENT. s, i 0r0 30M OtMON IViS IMP. never-fallin- g H. D. PHILLIPS. TOUSDOAND DETROIT Gun and Xook Smith. ST. "BIG 4: R. B. MAHONY, Agt, M IMS MMM Illuu-Ora- ss (MOMOIMMtQllMS Imiuii-darle- s, wm OlMOOlMyiN I MO I IMG MM OM0IMM0iNlIM; OWMQIyiMllO Mm 1 Mjii-for- d. ( Jit'A'!, ,W r rf 4 j W. t ' rHsv ,! ..t r-- . lLju&m&.i4MrmBamitu-- . r