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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897092401 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. 'TTJ- - ' 1 r - SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL. VOL. XXVI. JUDGE MOimOW'S OKATOHY Lt'IUM.Y DKSCUIIIKl) STANFORD, KY... FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1897. MT. VBItNOX COUHT, POLITICS,. AC. NO. 50 .WITH. RELIGIOUS. HUSTONVILLG. Born, on the 15th, to the wife of Jno. Hev. George O. litirnus is holding Monday had very much of tho ap- forth In J. Allen, a Versailles. daughter. pearance of an old tlmo court duy at To the IMItor of Ihe l.M1 limn Join u. Mr. W. II. Wilkinson, tho merchunt Tho Negro Baptists of the South reTo jrot the best material they nitiko for tho ,Mt. VkunoN, Sept. 21. Monday, ' Ml. Vernon und utmost everybody and port ono million six hundred thousand prince of the Suite of Casey, passed Least Mono nml wo let yon have tho tamo pull on us and therefore ask you to circuit court convened at tills place. everything was on hand except through this week en route East to buy members. look ut our No wheat to speak of is raised There was a lurgu crowd of the honest Tho Kentucky Synod, Southern a car load of full and winter goods. of the county, and al- In Kockcastlo, no export cattle urc PpCl,bvttl.lailf wII1 old yeomanry Two severe frosts this week have meet ttt uptown though the Jug trade may have been iuuiiu muiu iiiui uiil tur inu Q..,,,!,,... VI done considerable damage to vegetaOf Mens', Hoys' and Children's Clothing and euperxeded, yet the barrel usurped am. " iiik- T u, Aivnciih. miin thn meotli nL tion, especially along tho valleys. Ins convinced. I'lnest Shoes, unon there and which to of the Conor. their places. I never saw as many sugar cane und young clover thu iaptj8lclllK.h IClJujt(.,i jn :il add! hero, as I al s arrival, my good friends of that l()n-.,der the Inlluenco of liquor d M Uw last suffered greatly. h Neck M Monday. As they drnggoJ one county would still bo in Ignorance of muetjllt. Bro. W. W. Bruce filled his old pulNobbiest lints. Stvllsh Shirts, Manhattan poor fellow to Jail foot foremost on the no tronuouui ennngo zor me oeuer ,.. Shirts. "Stetson Huts. TIl0 Lliwi.enccllllr r New- - p!l. 10 pit here Sunday and delivered a very . , ,, pavement late In the evening, I said: times. . o uuriui'' kiiuiu hup able sermon, In fact ono that Talmago iwi it. uiiiiur Tho Ilrst day of oil cult court Is "Hold on gontlotnon, oVcn In England resulted in 12 additions to the l'ienb- -' himself would be proud of. He will of treawell attended, but Monday's crowd tcriun church. when a oor man Is convicted A STRONG PULL J. I.. FKOHMAN k CO.. preach at McKlnney next Sunday. Nos. 232 und 236 .Main St , - - Danville, Ky son for winning u buck, horns and all, was the largest for a year or so. Be- .1. M. Mitttlwiv will iii't:iii lit. line. MlssMollle Wright, the handsome In the king's belly, or some cruel Dio- sides seeing friends and neighbors and Mlf ,,,. B(, Uuv. w and accomplished daughter of W. II. uxl Smi(hiv nysus orders a wrotch excuted for talking over tho political and other sit- - s fJl.m,,,i . .si.mfm'.lln ti..,i,....-iWright will leave Monday on an exdreaming ho hud killed the king, hold- uatlons there was an attraction for the lng and atMcKlnney in the afternoon. tended visit to friends and relatives in ing this uufliclcnl proof that he had day, which novur falls to draw like a JePsamine, Woodford, Mercer und Faj-ctt- e bethought thereof In his waking hours, a porous plaster Judge Morrow was to The Cdrlstian churches will go counties. yond $100,000 in foreign mission It has full Courses of Study In nil departments. It has tmtned and experienced teachsledgo or hurdle Is always allowed to Hpeuk. The judge can always draw a Corn cutting Is now the first Item on ers. It Ims nil needful facilities for tho thorough training of girls In all grades. It was Up to last week they had raised prevent the extreme pain of being drug crowd in Itockcaatlc and the simple uti 99,2(I5. for tho welfare and of Stanford Lincoln tho Their convention year does the list of the West End farmers and establishedStanford and vicinity. convenience dissipating their inlluenco countv. Lot all oth peo'ilo of Instead of by imtmiilzliii; nouncement of it will bring eltlons on the pavement." Is being rapidly pushed to u finish by) er schools, rally around tho Uollepo und give It .'10. not close till September their united and hearty HUnnort. Somo seak hopefully of better times, from every end of tho county. Tor full Information cull on Mrs. Snullev itt thu college or Hev. L. G. Harbour, of Richmond, many of our largest corn grower. wrlto for catalogue Tho morning was spent in instructand for the ."nan who has something to W.M. MIKIIU. I'llESIDENT. will preach at tho Prebyterian church With favorable weather, we will huve sell times nro better, but for the oor ing the grand jury and it Is Slid that more than our usual acreage In wheat hero Sunday and will announce the acman, of whom In this country there Is. the judge got a little warm delivering tion of tho Presbytery dissolving tho this fall. a largo majority, who has everything thu charge. Mr. II. W. Ulce had writ- pastoral The long and anxiously looked for relation of Rev. S. M Logan, to buy, times are harder bccauhc wages ten to tho Signal that a man who had protracted meeting that was to huvo who goes to Mlddlosboro, Oct. 1. up any, and under the tho o'ver screened a certain olllclal have A report got in circulation that ono begun at the Christian church, has 'JO Dlngley tariff bill, everything he has from the grand jury after a writ had been side trucked. So fur as my to buy. to clothe and feed his family, been Issued for him and tho writer of our Kentucky Baptist preachers hud goes, a great many lu the become "sanctified," and u brother has advanced In price. Alas! for the minced no words in his expressions of churches here are unsplrltuul. They UOUgllt oUP stock ol coal earl' ant-- can supply our trade lit poor man whoso children must go hun- disapproval. Judge Morrow concluded wrote to him about It. Tho preacher are repudiating one of the things most ilill wealth that ho was tho gentleman referred to was absent and his wife answered the gry and In rags to Inereiino the needed, viz: sanctillcution, und when ill !: of the millionaire manufacture on tho and ordered the jury to investigate the letter to the effect that she had seen no husband becoming sanctl- - they huve that they will wunt und will banks of tho Kennebec, Penobscot, or matter and that If It failed to return an !,' have a revival in Phis section thut will I -Ovs - Merrlmaco, 800 miles away. This Is to indictment either against Mr. Rice lied. Western Recorder. long be felt. The meeting at the Christian church protect our Infant Industries hoary or hluir-olfhe would summon anoth.1. J. Sweeney, of Albany, Missouri, ;(j) with the gray mots of 10 decades. er. "Ono of us must bo Indicted," miIiI continues with powerful sermons by bought of Kmmett McComack and oth Elder S. F. Fowler, who has endeared The grand corh of Monday was tho he. Hrtvc you- lioue filled while the ground is dry. Judge Morrow had a chill ut noon himself to every one who has heard ers two car loads of No. yearling cat of my old law porcoptor, Judge secch via1 VJ tle this week. He shipped them vv. m m m r-w mw tmim a Morrow. It was more than two hours nud was not able to till hisupKlntmcnt him preach the Word as he sees It. av j& m at o'clock and K. D. Perkins, one of There have been no additions since the Q. & C. to his home in Missouri, long and a most mugnlllcont temple of where ho will feed them in good barns lust roort. Tho meetings will coneloquence, lighted up wjth windows of Whitley's three candidates for through the winter and toll them ncxt away for tinue over Sunday at least. attorney, rattled wit and sky.llghts of humor ! Such a summer, lie says tnat Kentucky catan hour or so. At .'I the judge was feelThere have boon two more confes- tle his State, winter and soil better flowery fabric of ancient, medieval and Thecoma-hous- e in . modern history, 1 never had spread be- ing better and was on hand. sions ul tho Walnut Flut meeting, than their nntlve stock. He ought to was crowded and "the old judge," which was to have closed last night, as fore my mental optics. Loonldas, know, for ho comes here every full for Honapurle, Wellington. Wa- us he calls himself, was given an ova- lh(J nmicheri IUjv. Melville U. Irvine, a car load or two. of skulls to the tlon. His speech was a taking one, al bad to return to his home at Tuylor-villterloo, and a IJ'B2Z'N"C3-rX,0'ISr- . -For wuys thut nro dark and for deeds barren rook of St. Helena I Oh how though he labored under numerous disIII., prior to going to St. Joe, grand, how sublime And for more advantages, besides being in poor Mo., to accept a call to a pastorate that are darker, Boby Davl&on Is teach than an hour ho kept me a; home In health. Ho could not mention tho there. The series of sermons he has lng tho darkey. Thursday night to a ancient Greece and Homo! I have county ticket for tho republicans of Drenched during the lost two weeks select audience of tho colored brethren heard Col. Hill In bad murder cases Rockcustlo uro badly split and vorj-- invo buen tlio tlnet listened to In at the colored school house at Beho gave the first lesson. across naturally ho wants tho support of tho thiri section and he will go away take his leap ucross the Atluntic, luga stenographer myself, I here give The SI5.000 Futurity. Tuesday, October 5th. Tho $5,000 Transylvnnla, Thursda, Oct. T. as well as tho "regulars." Steppes of Asia, Ural mountains to the ma of lmvlus Uono hltt fuu juty m,d you Ono or more Illg Stakes Ihilly. All tho prack Horses. Half Tare on all Railroads. the most prominent ideas ho used, und descant upon the brilliant achieve- no couiimt toil of tue good times cun.vin with nim the love of tho Llberatl and his Famous Hand. verbatim: ubout by McKlnley's election tjre congregation, ment of tho Caucasian race, but I M..tlifiilUt" Cimtoum never enjoyed such a banquet of ora- for fear bis audience, which hadn't m. Mt and put It under tho log cabin. seen any, would laugh, so ho showed SujrlInj, redU)rea Rev. II. C. Morrison tory before, perhaps shall never hear I'. P. JOHNSTON, President. Miss Bettto Logan, while returning' H. V, WILSON. Secretary. the like again. While tho gifted ora- uio necessity oi electing a goou, ex- - t0 chm.cn moIbershlp and dismissed from uowung urecn Tuesday lost tier tor was away up amid the clouds of his- perleticed man to the circuit judgeship tho c,mrBe8 of maladministration IKjeket book und L. it N. ticket on the tory and I hoped ho would never come uuu men mo as ronininc rox liooouii against Presiding Elder Reeves. Mr. main lino of the L. fc N. After getting down, I thought what a great pity such says Col. T. P. Hill does when ho gots Morrison made the following statein a strait, launched off into history. ment: I did not believe I was viola aboard tho Knox vllle train at Lebanon men as Morrow, Hill and our own gifteffort though ting law, when I held the Dublin moot- Junction she discovered her loss, but ed Saulloy should over have to quit the It was a Durlnj the Tennewe Centeiuiiul und fnternntional Exposition at the gentlemanly conductor brought her scenes of earth, and could bequeath all and if he doesn't carry Rockcastle ing. I did not Intend contumacious Tenn , a low rate special tariff ha been ettahlimhed for the rule of on to Junction City and wired while en u signs go for naught. this vast reservoir of information, tickets from Cincinnati und othtr termintl p'tiaU on the Queen ifc Crescen conduct by continuing to preach ufter route for a thorough search to be made Politics Is tho theme my WUf,pen8ion. I have never Intended of eloquence, and dazzling genius Rotite. just now. Democrats uro sangulno of dellunce to church law. If restored to for tho missing book, from which at to no one ! Ticket tire on sale daily until further notice to Chultanoogaat 4.55 one this writing nothing has been heurd. Col. Shurp, Cupu Stout and success notwithstanding tho big odds its membership and ministry I will ro way or f 1.1)0 round trip from Juiction City, the round trip tickets being Mr. Charles Wheeler is spending the tho remarkable K. I). Perkins, all against them and it looks very much main loyal to the church and obedient week good seven day to return; other tick , wiL'i longer return limit, at 87.30 at his old home in Mason county. from Williamsburg und candidates for like it will bo Judgo R. G. Williams to its discipline while I continue In its and at $ 1)5 for the round trip. Tho noted turfman, Mr. Ed Hopper, Commonwealth's attorney, presented und County Attorney George W. These rates eivihle the public to v'nit Xnkville und other Southern point connection. I am willing to make this secretary of Lutonia, arrived home J. Wesley Baker, the Inde- statement before the investigating comtheir claims. The applaur,o of tho at rates never before offered. Vestibuled traim of the finest class are al the from Montana to rest up a few days bealmost shook tho astounded old pendent candidato for sheriff, has a mittee. disposal of the passenger, affording a m )t pleasant trip, and enabling one fore tho beginning of their fall meetearth. Carthago had her Hannibal, good chance to win. He will get a big Following are the appointments made ing. Miss Margaret Bennett, tho to visit the very interesting scenery and important in and Greece her Alexander and Corsica her democratic vote, while tho "bolters," by tho Methodist Conference for this about Chattanooga, Lookout Jbtmtum and Chickumauja National Milihighly accomplished teacher of music Bonaparte, but Williamsburg has three as they are called, are for him almost section: tary Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can je purchased at Central Christian College, has tak-o- n sons either of whom is equal to them to a man. Danville District W. F. Vaughn, at Chattanooga foa $3.4(1 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via again of the organ at the ehargo One of the best old democrats in the presiding elder; Danville, J. R. Savall. What a pity they do not live in the Q. tfc C. llowte South or write to is so Kentucky county Is Mr. F. L. Warren, who has age: Hurrodsburg, Julius E. Wright; Christian church. This fact alone different judicial districts, JAMES IIOV, Agl. Junction City, or passed tho 70th mile post in tho jour- Nicholusvllle, T. W. Wntts; Perry vllle, sullicient to add several male voices to could huvo the service of them all. H". C. lUXEAfisOX, : '. .I. Cincinnati. the choir in a short time. Mr. Juno ney of life. Said he, "I have boon vo- E. H. Godbey; Muckville, W. A. Penn; Fontaini: Fox Houhitt. Reld has gone to Cincinnati to accept 4'J years ting the democratic ticket for Chuplin, W. T. Ecklnr; Suit River, to a position as commercial pilgrim for a S Tho court of appeals resumed its sit- and I pray God that may bo permit- bo supplied by W. P. Gordon; Sulvisa, grocery house. Juno has tho Monday, after three months va- ted to llvo to voto for 'Little Dick' und M. F. Moore; Wllmore, E. C. Savage; largo tings ubillty to make u successful road man. cation. There aro 775 submitted cases Judge McClure in November. Wo are Burgln, C. M. Humphries; Lancaster, Tho dedication of tho Baptist church on the docket und SOT cases not sub- going to win, Walton, and you can put W.L.Clarke: Stunford, W. S. d at Ellisburg next Sunday will bo largemitted. Altogether 1,582 cases for the that down In your hut.1 and J. M. Matthews; Richmond, Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, was G. W. Young: College Hill, W. F. ly attended. The exercises begin Satattention of tho court. urday at 8 i M. with a sermon by Row The proof shows that Luetgert kept mingling with his legion of friends Wyatt; Somerset, F. M. Hill; Pulaski, J.A.Davis, of Georgetown, and Suna regular harem at his sausage factory Monday and every man, woman und to bo supplied; East Pulaski, C. W. day ut 10 A. M., after song und an adin Chicago. Ho scorns to bo u most child who had tho opportunity shook Clay; Moreland, W. L. Selby; Burn-sidEverything In stock to supply jour want'.. dress of welcome by tho pastor, Row hardened old reprobate and capable of hands with him. Rockcastle never lost Asbury College, W T. Ellis, to be responded to by Rev. Jumes L. Chirk; oven tho bullions crime of grinding up a bettor citizen and her citizens' aic J. W. Hughes; Preachersville, F. B. D. E. Fogle, and prayer by Rev. A. using every effort to got him back. his own wife. And Stationery at tho Lowest Cus.li Prices. Jones. Mobly, with Scrlptual reading by Rev. Rumor was utioat Monday that Judgo Florida was visited by a West India London DtstrlclA. B. Ragan, T. n. Colomun, Rev. W. P. Hurvoy, hurricane. There was little damage, Bcthurum, present incumbent and reelder: Mlddlesboro, J. R. Peop- of tho Western Recorder, will preach sev- publican nominee, would likely withbut fears are felt for the safety of les; Pinovilla and Burbourvillo, J. A. 1 sermon, after which eral overdue sohoonors. In many parts draw from tho race in favor of ono his Sawyer; London, Josiah Godbey; Hind-ma- tho dedicatory DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. dinner will bo served on tho grounds. of tho Stato tho rainfall was very sons, Burgess or Leonard, but I could to bo supplied; Pino Hill Mission, p. 1 get no confirmation of tho report. This to bo supplied by E. K. Piko; Jackson At 2 M. Rev. S. II. Burgess wi heavy. preach and at night Rev. J. B. Crouch. H. Young, un employe of tho would be an admission of defeat us fur Bryant and Beattyville, to be supplied by W. A series of meetings will follow. The L. it N., was burned to death while as the "jedgo" Is concerned and I can Edward Allen; pastor will be usplsted by Rev. J. A. S. Taylor; Irvine, asleep at a pump house at Elizabeth- hardly bcllovo ho Is willing to udmit Campton, S. W. Peoples; Hazel Green Dnvis. town. Ho was tho boltocrat cundidato ho is bested, oven if ho has read tho Mission, J. R. Ward; Frenchburg, to for coroner. handwriting on tho wall. The panic iu tho South is rapidly bo supplied by 1'. C. Evorsole; Weal "Jockeying" Is a big thlug nt Mt. Liberty, J. R. Nelson; Manchester and S. P Tuft, of Illinois, was elected us It Is becoming more and more president of tho National Association Veruon and many who como to court Hydcn, J. J. Dickey; Clay City, S. M. apparent that tho provnlont yellow fehiiiwiAmm1 of Mexican "Wur Veterans and Gen. E. remain on Jockey Row all day. It is Carrier; Pittsburg, J. N. Ison; Confer- ver id of a very mild type. Many cases ( H. Hobson, of Kentucky, ilrst vlco not unusual for a good "swapper" to ence Missionary Secretary, Julius E. roported and quarantined as yellow make a half dozen trades a day und get Wright. nrestdent. huvo since been pronounced Hlmplo Dr. Joseph Lovoll died in Now Oi boot euch time. An old hand at tho W. E. Arnold was supornumcrated malurhi. Tho death rate has been relcans Wednesday of yellow fever. He business told mo ho was sure that ul and will take charge of tho Pentacos markably low. Thero havo been about wus ono of tho ilrst physicians to throw least 150 swaps were made Monday. ' tal Herald, Rev. II. C. Morrison's pa 1G0 cases roported to date. The embarE. C. W. himself into tho light against the per, which is published at Louisville. go on freight trallie from Now Orleans plague. Rev. Henry R. Mills goes to Spears, is being lifted nnd a better feeling prefinished itrchief in tho Tho Stuto has The bankers of London have protestcounty, which is a big pro- vails everywhere. THE BUUeanAS3.HERO tho prosposul of tho Bank of Luotgort case ut Chicago and tho, de- Jessamine ed ugnlnst At Georgetown Virgil Wood comprofense will bo, us outlined in tho stuto. motion. h of its reserve England to hold The Mothoulst conference does not mised a puternity ehargo brought by Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey EtD ment of tho uccuscd's uttornoy, thut In silver. bo in demand. No Invitation MUs Berthu Wittaker by paying $!) woman is still alive, having lost seem to Tho Hawaiian Legislature has ratif- the meeting wus extended und costs and Mr&. Mclvina Johnson herds of My breeders were selected from tho to tho Unit- her mind and wandered off, tho defend- for next yeur's ied a treaty of annexation ortuisfimoiu breed of swine In rend.Stales A whore. tho body at Mt. Sterling, a thing that Hied biiit against James Sharp, Sr., for ant knows not ed States. age for sale. IlreJ splendid lot of Igs of illlttrent l,0:i", alleging that Sharp id tho fathMiss Lucy Julian, of Frankfort, died never has boforo occurred. Tho preSatltfuctlou guaranteed. Corres sow a specialty Six women who trumped in bloomors pon Jouie solicited, A Jil r cm to get a placo, to er of tho child of her deceased daughlocating seven gold mines at Cincinnati as tho result of u surgi- siding elders will try succeeded in II. H. BRONAUGH, ter, whom ho promised to marry. meet by next year. cal operation. il Orchard, Ky. in Cullfornla. OP TIIK MOUNTAINS. pros-purity. IIVTHi: CICKItO Large Manufacturers vp.ur,...M....u 1 FALL LINE!! Neatest Wear, To-bucc- o, () .... ys THE G-LOB- E, . "Where to Send My Girl to School ? if Send Her to Stanford College offei-ing- s. a not-gon- e 1 I - VERY LOW PRICES. w , Special Prices on CaivLoad Lots. 1 1 I 'B Lnu; jrzzsr m m ?ir x - Ther-mopyli- Kentucky's Great Trots A.T c, ! 1 Stakes $75, OOO Purses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. oi-u- r con-"bolter- s" I I n, World's Greatest Meeting QUGGn & eRGGDT. voto-catchln- g xYasj-vill- e, Hum-bea- To-da- y Me-dur- e. uu-dlen- battle-groun- 1 m 'ismsiim! Grin-stea- Scfioof Book. I I e, SCHOOL TABLETS pro-sidi- 1 I W. B. MoBOBEETS. n, IMjMffeM METAL ROOFING. CEILING, sub-idin- g, FLOORING, SIDING, fe-v- or A.C.SlH&il Farm sW and Yard 1 STANFORD, KT. FINISH. Fencelt one-llft- Ml f-- - m. - v, s,Ah .. 4 . ' ' " i.- V W. A. Herring bought in Rockcastle to per- Five men perished in an Alabama and Pulaski a bunch of heifers and vote for Shackelford is u mine fire nnd four mora aro missing. JOURNAL THE n oto to outlaw good and true democrats steers at lie for tho former 'and .'tc for "Fishstnnd Charley," a and "a vote for Hind man Is a voto to character, was shot and killed by Geo. tho latter. Woods - Lynn bought of John .. restore the party to its better self, to Liming, afenloon keeper in Louisville. Stanford. Kv., -- Skit. 24. iSg7 outlaw nobody, to open the doors to nil George F. Porter, of Louisville, walk- Spoonnmore 7:1 fat hogs at ,'!c and of nnd to place Kentucky In the lead of ed out of a hotel window at Columbus, various other parties a lot nt !l to tho I the democratic column." We are a O., in Ills sleep and was killed by the above price. W. P. WALTON M. II. Haggard bought for Horace skeptic to either proposition. The full. Disappointment in love caused Jen Millor, of Bourbon county, 20 mare plain, every day truth about tho mat DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ter poems to us to bo that a vote for nie Davis, aged 21 years, to commit mule colts at from $'.lr to WO. George taking lauda- town Times. J. SHACKELFORD Illndman is half a vote for B.tiloy, who suicide at Faducah by For Aviate Cl'k, Cheyenne, the blind wonder with a will bo elected if a pulllclont number of num. Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY. There was a stampede of the strikers record of 2:1 1, was killed In a railroad democrats vote foi Illndman, which wo ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. Nov Arrivnls Daily of Fall Goods. Ilest Values for the Least M oney. hope God will forbid. Mr. Illndman to return to work in tho untliraclto re. wreck near Fond Du Luc, Wis. Ho " Representative, - M. F. SOUTH. gion and nearly all tho mines nro in was valued at $20,000. can in no cvont bo elected; Mr. Shack" County Judge, - J AS. P. DAILEY. operation. A dispatch from Owensboro stiys tho Clerk, - GEO. 11. COOPED. elford can if the democrats will Bland County Tho Mississippi board of health has frost of Mond,.y night out Daviess together. Let us defeat the republiCount) Attorney, HARVE.Y HELM. can and it will bo easy enough to got quarantined all mails from tho Infected county's tobacco crop half, as at least " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. district of tho State, whether fumigat- that much was standi ug. " Sheaf, - - SAML M. OWESS together after that. ed or not. Alex Duulap's barn in Woodford Bargains in these Stnp'o Go ids that nro Money Savors They will intercut every GEO. II'. DEBORD. " Jailer, - Miners are returning to work in county containing 2,000 bushels of Housekeeper New Skxatoi: Di:iiok says now that Dr. " Awstor, - - C. G. RAKER. Hunter is exonerated, ho will bo ap- lnrgo numbers in tho anthracite region wheat and 10,000 iRninds of hump burn" Coroner, - - HIV. LASDGRAF. pointed minister to Guatamala. Let's and the end of tho strike is beliuved to ed. Loss ?:.,d00; no insurance. Sunt. Schoots, GARLAND JISGLETOS see. 1 lint's a pretty long ways from be at hand. A number of calves around Stanford - J. II. RAISES. here, but hardly For Magistrate, Tho death of President Borda, of have died recently of what is known as far enough. It will . sulllee, however. Let him go and may Uruguay, cleared tho way for an agree- "black leg." It is n new disease and Tin: democratic committee charged the devil get him so that ho will nev- ment between tho Insurgents and tho very rapid and dangerous Ono. with tho selection of a county ticket, er como back. lie is a disgrace even government. John R. Gentry and Robert J., lowMiss Pauline Kincanuon left Lexing- ered the world's llouble-teat- n though composed the most part of silver to the republican party. pacing ton for New Orleans to nurse yellow fe- record to 2:0!) on the track of tho Belmen, took no thought of a man's standAn epidemic of yellow fever is no ver sufferers. She says sho is not mont Driving Club nt Philadelphia. ing on tho currency question, but Ijico Curtains, Hlankcl, Comforts. New and most longer feared, the miner's striko is nt afraid of the plague. sought to present the best From reliable reports the Chicago d available democrats for the otllccs, re- an end, tho Hunter bribery case is olT Tho Tennessee railroad commission estlmats the corn crop at gardless of their financfal views. That the docket, the Cuban war is about to has assessed the railroads of the State 1,750.000,000 bushels, an Increase over tho delicate duty was dono conscien-tiusl- y be stopped, "tho frost is on the pump- $7t!,.V)T,000, which is nearly double tho last, year of a million bushels or more. nnd well all honest men agree kin and the fodder is in tho shock," so assessment of last year. Stlgall Bros, sold to Woods & Lynn us give thanks and bo glad, for His T. L. Howard, a piano agent of Mur 2.1 fat hogs at Hc and bought, of same Dress Making Sundries. Ikist Quality of Cambric, Linen Duck, Fancy Black hack and a ticket was presented composed of let mercy endurcth forever. ray, commuted suicide at tne nomo or 10 stock hogs at .'He. They also bought Sllisi. Kustlo Lining. Skirt Mruid, Waist Helling, I)ro.s Stnyn, Seam Hi'nding, Hooks gentlemen above reproach and capable his brother, in Benton, by hanging three yearlings of Coulter A- Spears at and Eyes, Dress Trimming. Full Line of tho offices for which they of filling Tub editor of tho Frankfort Argus, were uominated. The idea, which pre- Squire l'at McDonald, was foreman of himself with n small wire. Iltc. Mark Wilson, a Negro tramp, was vailed, was to name a ticket, equitably the jury which acquitted Hunter and Joe Kindig, of York, Pa., will bo at distributed over tho county, which others and as tho whole lay out are beaten into insensibility by Mrs. James Lancaster court Monday, 27th. for tho would attract instead of repel any fac- democrats, the doctor thinks his vindi- Cochran at Wheeling, W. Va. The purpose of buying a car load of fat tion, and draw support from the better cation it. complete If he didn't try to brute attempted to assault her. horses, I to 0 years old; also 100 mule New Clothing. New Hals, New Fndrrweur for both Women nnd Men In fact all of William Herring, a Portsmouth, O., colts. of all parties interested sole- bribe, however, he or somebody else our departments ore being filled with element Negro, Is wanted for burning his wife's ly in good government. Thoso who has lied like a Come to my place lal Sunday, Sept. feet with a red hot iron because she 1!), a short horn bull calf, four or live last Fall saw fit to go against us, now would not steal a ham for him. say they will support our county ticket mouths old, ownor can got it by paying POLITICS A slstor of ex- - ttorney General Har- cost for feed and this notice. Fred We invite you to coire We are proparol n w to fit you for 1cm m ney than ovor as well as the district from first to last, nominees. We Gov. McCreary was one of President mon was arrested in Now York charg- Bowman. before. Bring us your and representative ed with tho theft of $1,000 worth of dia could hardly expect less of them under McKinley's callers Monday. Moies Kahn shipped Monday six cars monds, the circumstances, unless they have Judge Noble had the namos of 101 bond. but she was released on 51,000 of export cattle from Pari-- , and nine . ... t ...Itillno We will pay you the highest market price fo changed their politics entirely and Negroes put In tho jury box at Louisow t orK. them. Call n w if vou want Irirrnlit. i The lutest from Alaska Is thai snow irom .mi. atoning to 15c and nvoraged enemy. Even ville. want to go over to the to cattle cost from fallen to a depth of four has already under that btato of case tho contrast is Fayette county silver democrats nom- feet, with a bitter winter in prospect, l,f00 pounds. News. sales of a lot of &o decided between tho tickets that as inated James D. Humphreys for repreThe Register reports and hundreds of gold seekers are turnhonest men they could not voto the one sentative. hogs at Ic. The B. J. Clay ing homeward. presented by the republicans, made up A picture of J. 11. Mount, democratfarm of 2S0 acres and one of tho best In A. UIUIANSKY A CO, iWimrroiw. us it is of not over two or three good ic candidate for the Legislature in OldMadison county, was rented to Wink MT. VERNON. of turncoats and ham, appears in yesterday's Dispatch. men and the rest T. I). UANEY, Ma.naokh. Duncan for $1.01(1, $51 more than last nonentities. As a whole there Is no Krucger it Scott are shippin; rock year. Attorney General McKenna holds Parix, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, ll.irdslown, Lnw rencclmrg, rynthiana, Versailles, comparison between the two, the dem- that the discriminating clause of the for ballast. There woro .1,000 cattle on the Mt. Georgetown, Klixnuothtown. Frank'fort. nnd Mnuckport, Intl. ocratic nominees to far exceeding in tariff law in reference to goods coming There was much drunkonnoss in tow n Sterling market Monday, says the Senevery point of consideration the crazy through Canada, is null and void. Monday. Several men were lodged tinel, 1,500 sheep and a large number quilt nominations of the republicans. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, late of tho Fee- with Mr. Griilln, our indite jailer. of horses and mules. Cattle sold all This being the state of case and the ble Minded Institute, has been nomiThere are six murder cases on the the way from 2 to I cents. A lot of democrats of both kinds being united nated for Slate Senator by tho "Na- docket for this term of court. There aged mules brought $7.1 to $110. on tho ticket, we have only to continue tionals" in the Lawronceburg district. is enough business to hold tho term I). W. Morris has just bought in the n county and delivered to march shoulder to shoulder to elect to Renicker & over three weeks. Mr. James II. Silver has advanced Ti cents per is foreman of the grand jury. it in its entirety nnd redeem the county ounce since the first day of September; Goodo about l,.1(i0 geese and ducks. from the incompetent, not to say venal, wheat has declined 5J cents since the A party consisting of Misses Coll-ye- r, Tho greater quantity were geese, and of the republicans. Let crimi- same date. Surely this is Mark Han-na- 's Pennington and Carmical and cost, delivered here, about 10 cents a rule nations and recriminations among Messrs. Collvcr and Gentry went to piece. Renicker fc Goodo have.ii goose fault. Richmond Climax. brothers of tho same general faith It is announced that Hon. J. N. Saun- Blue Springs Sunday. Mrs. M. C. ranch at Cynthlana, where they uro cease; let neither side boast its superi- ders will make speeches for the Hind- - Williams has returned from a visit to feeding for tho Eastern market about Rubber Coat; Melntoslu's, Trunks and Valise-- . ority over the other; let no man be ex- man Lnwrcneoburg 4,000 geese and ducks. Prices ticket, is sad to Crab Orchard. conscience sake and think of a bright young it communicated for We were pleased to meet Mr. E. C. News. man falling Low. Terms above ull let brotherly love abound from grace. - Owensboro Messenger. Walton, of tho I. J., hero Monday. Farris .t Whitley sold yesterday to and we shall bo happy yet in a en A dispatch from Lincoln, Neb., says: Mrs. Georgia Rico and Miss Rissie Einbry, for Nols. Morris, W fancy party with a thorough Hon. Williura Jennings Bryan will Williams are attending the Southern beeves, to go Friday, at I 05. It is betirely ly redeemed district and county. visit tho Nashville Exposition October Exposition. Judge and Mrs. Champ lieved the cattle will weigh close to l.tiOO. Farris Sc Whitley still have S. On the return trip he will pass thro' Mullins were hero Wednesday. Though tho election is over a year Kentucky and will make speeches at Drs. Grant and Pennington aro here about 1.500 head of exporters left to go olT, the woods are getting full of repubhalf a dozen points. He will stop at this week, tho former at tho Joplln this fall. Same linn bought of Robert lican candidates for Congress in the Glasgow on October 0, where his cous- House and the latter at the Miller Evans his part of 200 acres of corn at 11th. Judge Vincent Boreing, of Lon- in, J. L. Bryan, president of the Glas- House. Mrs. Emma Simpson and sou, 51.50 in the shock. Mr. Evans furnishdon, one of the best men in the dis- gow Railroad Company, resides. Otlr of Pino Hill, were here Wednesday. es a place free to feed the corn on' have Eight horses were sold at Yongor's trict, is already making an active can- er appointments for tho trip have not Tho school and Sunday-schoo- l clo-c- d vass; Secretary of State Charles Fin-le- y been arranged. there on account of diphtheria stable Monday at from $0,1 to $175. and most approved 8tyhw and Kvry lustrum nt (IuimiiUhmI A 'Com- Tho Gold Medal Contest will take Advocate. has also shied his castor in tho When Gaines and Tanner solemnly plltO I. Ill" of Wednesday ring; L. T. Neat, of Adair, likewise swore that Hunter was closeted with place at the PKUPKCTIOX IX "wants in" and there arc others and them at Gaines' residence in South evening, Sept. 20. The young ladios others, not to mention David Grant Frankfort, and Dr. Hunter as solemnly who will participate are Misses Geor Housekeepers frequently wonder why It Is Colson, who is not going to give it up and positively swore that he hud never gia McFerrun, of Livingston; Ida Ty- - that Ihev eunnot make IiImuiIi and wikn so, Mr. Jones. The prospect is that been in Gaines' house, it was not a case roe' Pinu m,15 Bolliu Wilmot, Brod- - that nr,o light and palntahlu and that tuto there will be a lively scramble, with a of lapse of memory or mistaken identl- - ,leu,15 bronco Griilln, Maretburg; as delicious us the IiImmiII and cuke made hy rrTWnd Surgical Supplies a Serlalty Wo guarantee I'rlcet and Quality. good deal of bad blood engendered, ty, but of downright, damnable perjury A,nv Freeman and Annie Thompson, their mother, and grandmothers, the deeven to this day which may result in letting in a demo- on the part of either Gaines and Tan- - of th,t Cltv- - Atl admission fee of 1.1c lightful memory of which & crat. Let us live in hope any way, tier or of Dr. Hunter. Louisville and 10c will bo charged. All aro cor- creates a sensation of pleasure to tho palate. The trnulilu nrNos from tho highly adulteraddispair. even if we die in Times. That's tho case in a nut shell. dially invited to attend and help to ated state of the materials they hae to Tho Advocate sayB that "in Danville vance tho W. C. T. IT. work with, particularly tho Judgi: Noiili:, tho antiquarian who as well as in the county, The reports from the yellow fever and soda used to raise or leaven tho foMl. the predomiwas doubtless acting under orders, and soda that aro now pro nant sentiment is that harmony just districts were not so favorable yesterhimself in his elTorts to now, is tho desideratum, and that the day. Death claimed six more yellow curable, for domestic piirjioses contain largo get Negroes on tho juries at Louisville. wav to attain that ond to rrnn fever victims, two being at New Or- - ouantltlesof lime, earth, alum and other Having considered tluupiostloufnim almost ever standpoint, we have decided to UUUlIb Ills action placing tho names of 104 democrat tho rliht to think ik b leans two at Edwards, one at Biloxi, adulterants, frequently from live to Negroes in tho jury drum is said to bo pleads on the money five per cent., and consequently MieS" und ono al Boullinonl question, and, much In strength that no person illegal and will invalidate any finding of woro moro mttcA of bis views on that tho exact quantity to use, or very tion to juries made from it. The Times admit him to tho fold, stop thoj ow Orleans, and the physicians now lilnn tlimn. Iiliior. .ill., ellnw. or ......., pertinently says: "There is less need discussion of the subject boUovo that many more cases will and all cults or cakes are frequently made. These Beginning July 1, lt97, Iwlluvltig that It will 1h more Hatisfuctory to both buyer and seller, Tho plague continues to spread for putting Negroes on the jury list Xo bad debts will accumulate, consequently we fan sell goods cheajwr. It will tnUts much that has been said. I hat, practically, I at Edwards, Miss., S3 cases having thus adulterants aro also Injurious to health. than there is for placing Judge Noblo is tho plan adopted by All this trouble may lie avoided by the less capital, our expenses will be loss anil th"re Is every reason why the cash k stem will the county com- - far been reported. on the retired list. The latter will be use of tho popular IEoyal linking Powder, prove satisfactory. Wo only ask you ti try It awhile and If jou II111I It Is not to yodr ad- mlttee, and we believe, is the policy attended to in November." Where this preparation Is employed In the vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo aro sat- that will govern in the municipal racFARM TRADE. and M)da, Its isfled we can sell you goods from 1U to '.' pr ivut cletaper than the credit men and thl pluce of es." Very trul, feet leavening powers always Insures light' should certainly beau Inducement to you. Sam Smalt poems to be experienc!Chiago, Sept. 2.'!. To J. H.Baugh-ma- n llaky, digestible biscuit, cakes und pastry, ing a frost in Kentucky. Ho had few it. Co.: Wheat closed y ut , that aro perfectly wholesome and free fiom ' " jf aX w Told MX MX s Ot to hear his silver speech at Paris 02 for September and 021 for De- the Impurities Invariably present when tho ..,.- Louia D. Craij. known us the most cember. and at Winchester where he was billed old raising preparations aro employed to speak the audience failed to show up. ponular man in Frankfort, died there. r, for bale, :i IUU pound snouts, James The Ib.yal Making Powder, we aro People have lost confidence in Samuel. William Guntz, u printer, jumped j ed by the most reliable oclentlsts, Is perfect- Stanforth Ho bobs up under too many disguises. from the Brooklyn bridge nnd escaped Good sow and pifja for sale. Louis ly pure, being made from highly rellned First lie was editor, thon preacher, with only a few bruises. Headed by U. S. MOfDEI., DO. 38,253. gredleuts. carefully touted, and so oxactl.v, Cook's Springs. again a prohibition orator and now a A tramp printer died at Centralia proportioned and combined that It mner Son of Klever's Model, Xo. 20,7 tl. tho greatest breeding hog living, and IH'XDLnY'S PlllMKseed wheat and timothy for ULAUDK, Xo. I2,i'Jl, 1.011 of tho Worldw Columbian Champion, Claude, Xo. 11,007. pnt, to- ,,,,,s '" l - "" " free silver disciple. Better stick to Mo., with live $100 bills in his pocket sale by P. Held, Stanford. toppy young loars readv for service. A few show gilts old enough t. bleed, und bred bows . ...til till-- , I,,,. ..,1 ..... . t ituitii In everv tespect, with strictly ono thing, old boy. It may not pay as Ho must have ,stolen them. mfLJ l.i urt ..ill t,WUOIl4J IIUIV' V4lll44lU VJ to-- 1 a"in 4iicomes limn tho fact that breademor a special ty, for sale, This stock Issatisfaction guaranteed Write (4114 L IOb ... r . r. pedigrees. Prices reasonable and ployment from jour want or come and well, but the people will think more of ana iu deputies wore bacco m Owen and other counties anernitfMuriin othur food made with It may be eaten while see mv hogs. you in the end. Jield under $4,000 bond each for shoot- A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ohm. Also Mammoth I'ekln Duck W. T. Tucker sold to the Brodhoad hot without fear of Indigestion or any unA. i:. IIUXI)M:y, Hx m ).lllvle, ICy. ing tho miners at Lattimer. Holler Mills a car load of wheat at i2ic. pleasant results, whl'o lcliig equally sweet, Kggs,glfori:i. Guilty but not proven," that Editor John It. McLean had his John Murphy sold to Thompson .t tnoUt, and grateful to the palate when cold. have been the finding of tho ' vate car stove in by collision on the Reynolds, of Garrard, a bunch of fat jury in the C. & O., but he was not hurt. steers at .'JJc. Between ti late, cold and dry spring, Gaines case, but as that kind of a vei- - j The troop.s stntioned at riuolton, Stlgall Bros, eold to Goorgo Cogar, a hot and drouthy summer and frosty diet is only good in Scotland, tho jury Ii., during the labor troublus thuro of Danville, their crop of about SOU autumnal equinox, tho Kentucky tobuc- -' verdict of not cost tho State $.'17,000 a week, found a straight-ou- t co growers, who produce more bushels of wheat ut OOo. guilty." Some of the jurors were for' Willis Hampton, of Bardstbwn, O., Tho Glasgow News reports sales of half tho United States yield of U10than seconviction at first, but finally agreed drank a half gallon of whisky iii an seven large mules at ST.") to $00 und a ductive weed, aro hoeing this year1 IsJ Receiving his- Hunter can hour and died in another hour, to report unanimously. t lot of weanlings at S:i0 to $:i7.f0. a rather stumpy row. but lncrcaslnr now go hat in hand und ask tho prcsi- -' Between Novembor lS'Jo and Mav This is prosperity with a big V. At prices hold out extra rowards to those ' dent for that position, long deferred, 1897, the Spanish government sent to Ulk llll,Ul.tlUlll i.1 allUIIUU .! IIIU AlUll" I lllll niiiiii i: 111 liii: VI III ?!. Cuba 181,783 soldiers and 0,2(11 olllcers. es sold for $10, Jess than $1.50 eacii. und let us hope, get kicked out. ' ooods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give htm a Call: Times. Mil. Wattkhsox continues u flffERIOR 1st that well-know- Great Bargains, In Every Department. DOMESTICS. GOODS Towels, Table Linens, Canton Flannels, Flannels, &c. Times-Heral- DRESS ! - New Shoes, New Boots, n. GOOD MONEY SAVERS- FEATHERS AND EGGS. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 0 !" X - i lbo-pouu- d Umi-nenc- e, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Cah. Sig-ma- Gents' Furnishing Goods H. J. MoROBERTS. siuc-sno- w 1 TRUSSES s. I "A court-house- CAKK-MAICIXC- J. Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, CJ?4G HOOKER. eream-of-tart- ar Cream-of-tart- ar over-reache- d A Word To You. ii-n.- v Tuxus-regardles- s ques-iTwe,V- C " -- "suit. r- f- S3THE CASH SYSTEM, pv-r- "'I flND cream-of-tart- ar News Briefly to-da- 7- -8 j I H fly to J Inform-Meso- fligfi Locust Hera Reg. Poland Dflinas. llrst-cla- ss I .... s l . I . I 1 1 1 I "". 111 i pri-shou- ld 11 Ilunter-Wilson-I'Vanks- -! H. C. BUPLEY 11 THEMERgfiANT TAILOR -- r 1 I I I FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. '" - Tvfo.rBiv.iLj ii ui,uV ' U 4MUWJb - i....t nj-- itiini "- uijfuL i f.Vi . ""- -i " " - ' -r-- nMiirrrfiiiiiirrj v THEIHTERIORJOORNALl Stanford. Kv., 1 ltV stock of Jcwolry nt Ilumllton'u. A rl I.. .... T t...... A ..n...... ,. . 4 ply at this ollloo. !.J. K. NovIiih. - Skit. 24, 1897! nAVKyour wntaiiur clot at Tlainilton'H. SllcOND-llAN- repaired E. C. Walton, Busixihs Maxaoi.h. for sale. B. K. Superior Dine Drill Wearen A Son. high-bre- d l'ltllscitil'TloNS aro filled rllit and Fok Sam: Chiiaiv 2.1 at rltfht pricoH at lVmi.'u Drujf Store. Plymouth Bock coukurels. Keller. George C. PERSONALS. I IlKV.ll. B. MahoNY IIoiiko. Couiiur-.lournul. IlBAIt In mind Gen. In at tlie Gnlt don's 1.dato at Oct. A. A. John B. GorWalton's Opera House, says i i if TilK rads held a hore Tues day night, which lasted till tho hour ) Tin: Allllor Bros.' Cutlery Co., wuen cnurcn-yaru- s yawn, l ney were MATklMONIRL. Broadway, N. Y., send us a liberal up to some devilment of course. Miss Xannik I'iii.w.tt, of sample of their various manufactures There are 1(1 divorce cases on tho in with her aunt, Aire. V. 1'. SoMK scamp who ought to bo doing of splendid steel pens. docket of tho circuit court at Tate. time in the penitentiary broke one of Ind. Bi:v. J. B. Cltoucil and family are the largo side windows of B. K. Wear- Sl'KAiciNa. Bon. It. C. Warren will Air. Arthur West, son of Air. George back from a visit to her home at Hyde en it Son's store with a rock Wednes- address tho people of Lincoln county of l'ark, (S. at Bee Lick, Saturday, Oct. 2d, in be- West, of Danville, and Aliss Fannie day night. Wood, Elizabethtown, weru married AIihhLou Bkioiit, of AlIddloMboro, half of tho democratic ticket, beginTuesday. I AM opening up a nplendid lino of ning Is down on a visit to relatives In the 1 o'clock. at James AI. Strode and Airs. Ida BlackFall and Winter millinery, to which 1 Hubble Bootion. ACCIIHINTALLY SHOT. Dr. E. J. burn met at Rushville, Ind., and were invite the attention of ladies and which CiKOKCK Wlim:, of the Hubblo left Wednesday for Colorado in 1 will sell very low for cash. Airs. A. Brown was called to Livingston Tues- married within less than live hours afday to assist Dr. J. S. Cooper in atnpu" ter they were introduced. A. AIcKinnoy. Hcarch of health. Arthur West, a contractor, built the luting n foot of u man named Schell, .Mksdamhh N. B. 1'KICK and Kd HaNU Hckt Harvo Hansford, col- who had shot tho member accidental- Baptist church at Elizabethtown, and Price, of Oarrard, wore with Dr. A. S. ored, got one of his hands hurt by ly. Sohell on returning from hunting was tho first man to marry in it. Ho I'rleo Wednesday. catching it in the brick making ma- threw his gun on the bed and it was wedded Aliss Fannie Wood. AHts. Nancy B. Wo.sim has boon chine. Xo bones were broken, but the discharged, tho whole load of 2." shot .Mr. T. E. Arnold, Jr., membor of the very low with Inllammatory rhuiimn-tlnmembor was badly lascerated. lodging in liis foot, tearing it to pieces. ,lnn of Covington, Arnold it Bro., of for several dayn. Richmond, married All-- s Dela Hert- Bit. 1. B. Oi.diiam, of Madison, tHint WaivlM). -- John AIcDuniel, who shot Ov account of a misunderstanding of Hck. ul Deland, Phi., Wednesday, feveral duya with his father the Xegro, Joe Robinson, in the Went dates and places a good many old sol-- j Two French lovers to die Kid. A.C. Nowlaud. End, waived his examining trial Wed- diers failed to attend tiie at Casky Al. Owsi.KY, of LanouHtor, nesday and was hold till circuit court Ottenheim Friday and Saturday last together, and tho man shot the woman and then himself. They both recover-an- d was elected hlttorian of the law olustt In S100. Thu Xegro has about recovIt has been doclded to hold another 0d and are now married but both wish of the Unhortity of Virginia. ered. reunion at Ottenheim Oct. 1.1 and 10. the shots had been fatal. Caiiiiku. Owkns has under considAliss Jennie Davis, of Paducah, dls- Tin: earth is as" dry as a bone, all There will bu abundance to oat, a brass eration an otTor of a lucrative position m uiriiisu music, prominent appointed in love determined to kill iaim vegetation has boon either parched by in (he Danville foot ball team. speakers will boon hand and on Fri- - herself and succeeded by taking the heat or killed by froi and and no rain T. A. Hick wont to Mlddlusboro day night and old fashioned camp lire following: lo cents' worth of lauda- in signu "mir rriuny wann to hold down a "trick" for a isyoi num, 10 cents' worth of morphine and a er" was all thu signal service gave us will bo enjoyed. few days' in the train dlspatehorVof-lieu- . yesterday. you should road tills Item before half pint of whisky. Ir F. B; Sampson and AIiss Sudle Steele, thu opening of Walton's Opera Houeu, Missies Fannik Saanics and Dollle AN edort will be made by Postmasboth of Barbourvllle, wore married In AleBoburls .vent over to Lexington ter Patton, of Crab Orchard, to stop Thursday night, and have not made up Cincinnati this week. It was an elopeWudnueduy 'o visit their friend, AIUs thu Sunday mails, we are told, and the your mind to see the wonderful vl- ment. Tho groom is a promising Lyno. Fart Knd people are kicking like mules. tascopo and hear the melodious micro- young lawyer. Air. Sampson is a brothAlit. John IMcicakd, of Tuiimihtfuu, By the way Air. P. is making about tho phone, let us urge you to do so at once. er of Louis D. Sampson, instructor in ro)iopnllng tiie Columbian Xuroory slowest P. Al. who ever handled Uncle It is no magic iantorn show. Tho pic- the journalism department of the Vale tures are and witli aid of elecIs at the St. Sam's mall. at ItochuMlur, X. Y tricity and other contrivances arc made paraiso, Ind.. Normal College. Asaph. Mr. T. G. Tupman, formerly of Cinp to show them just as they were Thk L. r X. announces a 11 round-tritaken, Mils. AIaiiy .1. AHl.l.HK Is back from people walking or bathing, trains run- cinnati, but for several years a farmer rate to Louisville and Cincinnati a visit to Xashvllle. having stood the In tho Aloreland section, was married trip well. She will remain in town for regular trains Sept. 27, 2S and 2H. ning-, itc. As a scientific and instruc- to Airs. Bettie Blaln Ball, sister of the rgood for 10 days. This Is of a series of tive entertainment, the exhibition is this winter. county superintendent, at Hustonville, 12. II. Bkazi.ky AlK. writes us to merchants' excursions and tickets will by Rev. W. W. Bruce, Tuesday. The change his paper to Washington, Ga.. be sold at all points in Kentucky and A I'KOST heavy enough to "write bride Is a daughter of the late Senator whero his sweethearts will address him Tennessee. your name in it" and thin ice in very Robert Blaln and was raised in Stanfor the present. Mil. J. C. Hays lias bought of Airs. exposed places greeted the early riser ford, where she has many friends, who Mils. W. .1. Yaukk and son, Wil- Alary Alatheny the residence he has oc- Tuesday and'lt felt as cold as Christ- wish her much happiness in her oecord liam, returned to Louisville yesterday. cupied for some tlmu for 92,200. The mas after the long hot spell. Ther- matrimonial venture. Her mother, Airs. BettluC. Molviunoy, purchase also Includes the Commercial mometers that a few days bofore had accompanied her. olllce. Airs. A. R. Penny Is on a trade registered 100 showed up at U2 and CALL FOR DISTRICT AIEETIXG. AlKS. W. B. Dll.l.lON, of Livingston, witli Air. Cicero Reynolds for her prop- tlroi blacd in true winter fashion. Xot Pursuant to the order of tho DemoIs at.fo(ili I'rlce Infirmary for treatmuch tobacco is raised in this section erty on Lancaster street. cratic Executive Committee for the ment, and her husband was down to see and tho drouth had loft but little for Siiootino. Peto Huston shot Al tho frost to hurt, so the damage was ISth Senatorial District for Kentucky, her Wednesday. Young through thu lungs Monday not great, except to late corn on bot- the said convention will meet in StanDK. anii AlltS. J. AI. BllYANT attended conference at Alt. Sterling and on night. He claims it was accidentally, tom land. There have been three ford, Sept. .'10th, at 10 o'clock a. m., for returning spent several days with her but as he shot twice there are doubts of frosts now and no rain, again proving tiie purpose of naming the manner and time of selecting a democratic candiit and he was arretted. His trial vsas that all sjgns fall ln dry weather. sister In .luseuuiluu. date for this Senatorial District and if Wednesday, but County AttorA.MONO those from a distance who sot for Sqlmki: John Bailiiy. advertises his there is not more than ono candidate Alls- - Heath's recital wore ney Paxton had it continued to Saturattended on said day, tiie 17,1 acres for sale. Oct. (1th, and for the nomination Airs. T. J. Foster and Airs. Joe AIcAl-iste- day to await the result of the wound farm of said committee by virtue of the power thinks of going to Alissouri. but wo conferred on them, will declare such of Stanford. Bichmond Climax. which is quite serious. hope ho will change his mind. The person the candidate of the party for AIiss Hki.kn Dick, theprottydaugh- Tt'KKKYS. Air. William Aloreland squire has been a justice of the peace said otllco. J. E. CAKSON, Chm'n. tor of Dr. and Airs. K. G. Dick, of Crab writes that a gentleman from Chiles-bur- g for 2.'l yourd and w ill 18th Senatorial Ex. Com. voluntarily retire Orchard, was on Tuesday's train en wants to rent a Iiouku hero suit- at tho end of tho present term. He A Barren conntv man has contracted route to Bockford, ill., where she will able for a slaughter hotinu for turkeys. has served the county well and his de- his crop of wheat for KS'.tS at 7.1 cents attend school. Such an establishment here would cisions have always been fair and gen- from the thresher and will put in u big Mits. J. 1. BatohmaN, of Huston prove a good thing for our farmers, be- erally correct. He fought three yours crop. vllle, is with .Mrs. AI. S. Baughman, sides give employment to a number of for the "Lost Cause" and returned to who has typhoid fever. AIiss Cather- men and women. If you have a house Lincoln county as poor as a church Pubic Land, Stock, Crop, ine Baughman, who has had it, is rap- suitable for the purpose communicate mouse and as he says, has been holding Household and Kitchen idly regaining her health. with tills olllce, with price, Ve. his own ever since. Two years after Furniture ALJ. C. W. Williams, of Philadeltho war he married AIiss Hudson, of phia, a cousin of Airs. .1. S. Rice, of Wont Comk- .- Col. Boone, of tho Pulaski, and they have seven children, Illl otUrat pulilic snle, Knot sold privately lo lore, on Stanford, lias been appointed to take Black Diamond, writes that ho will not tin eo of whom have gone into business charge of the quartermaster's depart- bo with uh on the 28th, adding "Wo for Wednesday, October 6. themselves and are doing well. Tho ment at JetrorsonvHIo. The salary Is stop our South Western survey at waters of tho squire always regarded that ho- repre- On HipIn in.m!, on the 0110 nillo North ofHani;iii;Lincoln lurk llan,000. tho Kentucky .Midland, and sented tho Commonwealth in criminal Ing I'ork Utilise on tlu MiHtomlllo AUnlonl AlK. A. .1. Whiti:, the clever mana-go- r will not take it up until wo complete turnpike, my cases befoie him and took the place of of the Vltascopo and .Microphone tho 'Alain Line Survey," which will XJ5 ACRES, an attorney for hor, if tho State was FARM Co., with Mr W. T. AIoGcnohio and now go from Jollico Xarrows via, Bar- not represented. He is an honest, con- To nillrs from thMlcot on tlioC. S. I!. It., handy to Llmrrhes and pcIigoK ell Kid Beuo, arrived on time yesterday Ixnirvillo, Alanehester, AIoKoe, Irvine, and watered scientious man and his friends would llotiMj with 8 rooms and cellar, finccdgood stock ham one and got their maehlnea In good order Alt. Sterling, Cynthlana and Owenton, dislike to mid one largo tohacco ham, gotd corn crib and see him go Ironi among them. j tmng; on hard of ". trew. for the exhibition. to the Ohio River at or near Carroll-ton.- " At tho Minn time uud pi act) I will ell nil of my " Allts. S. C. TkCkiikakt fell when Fini:d. Air. B. C. Sandidge, of tho Two good lierwinal properly, consisting 7ofwell hred work Horm-- 2 work mules she got up to look at her watch in orSaddle Man's and l'llUcx ft Cows, Jersey Dull Tub Southern Telephone Co., which West End, wus lined- $0.2.1 In Judge t'nlf and '. Ilelfer, 20 ncrct of Torn 40 Muck Hog, der to bo in time to leave Alt. SterDuwson's court yesterday for rofuslng all my Farming Implement Household and Kitchling on an early train and hurt herself has just put in an exchange here, has to work on county road No. 40, of which en rurulture. TcriiH mado known on day of sale the contract for a similar service at considerably. The Sentinel-DemocrMr. Georgo S. Shelby Is surveyor. Air. JOHN IIAILEV. 1b not dangerously and Xicholasvllle, and Air. II. A. Barnes Sandidge is not in good health and says she hurt will put It In. The lino here works hopes to be able to travel in a few days. nicely. Miss Nottto Wray is in charge showed in court a statement from Dr of tho olllce during tho day and Homer Ed. Alcorn, of Hustonville, to the e HOME NEWS, Wray will bo on duty at night. Only feet that ho was not able to do physi ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1897, two doctors, Bailey and Craig, aro con cal labor. Tho amount sued for was I will hell at my Into resilience DANKS tits spectacles. near nected now, but it tfoems thut that class $12.50, but for some cause or othor tho nil of my Stock, Crop, Punning judge lined tho above amount proba- Utensils, c. AIlXKi) Spices at Warren & Shanks'. of professional men ought all to be Terms on dnv of sale. bly to keep all parties in a good hucome subscribers. K. I. KKXXEI1V. BOKN, to the wife of William Pop mor, but ho didn't succeed. Air. Sanples, a boy. Tim diphtheria scaro seems to be didge thinks he Is either guilty or Insubsiding. Tho llttlo son of Airs. Pat nocent and if tho amount was sutllcient Window glass, all sizes, cheap at tie Bctuluy Hays, Sam Embry, died he would take the case to a higher Craig & Hooker's. . .Monday night of it, literally choking to court and see why there should bo any Still our new line or heating stovus. death, and tho othor case is rapidly im half way grounds. An hour later Air. well fenced, ucll waHiL'glns iV AIcKinnoy. proving. There have boon ruports of Sandidge, with Hon. J. X. Saunders as Mostly In tered uiul litis! till the necessary Improve.now eases, but Dr. Carpenter told us his attorney, asked for a new trial, but ments. We will sell privately uud on etisi IlKiGlNS A AlcKiNNlIY keep the boot (JEXTltV HlitH, yesterday that tlioy wore untrue and after deliberating for a tlmu tho court tcrnw. stock of cakes, crackers ami candles in Stuiifortl, Ky. that the probability is that there would sought to shift the responsibility on to town. bo no spread of the disease, especially County Attorney Paxtou's shoulders, If proper precautions aro observed. which honor that guntleman declined. BkaNU new lino of shades In fllo silk utl cents Nearly every little child in town has a A fmir irwwtiiintij wiu.nf in tfiltiLr- ' Kills III bo unlived liy . ,.,. . , , ti 11nu committee up to a o clock tho , undersigned sack of asafieteda and sulphur around uiH v.; iiuu .jutiu -4oc dozen. Severance & Son. . m skein, uuhmiii ent., aotli, 1WT. for l r its neck. would grunt u new if tho cvisa l..n..... funilichlng to tho city of Stanford . . .. .11 I. ,yv ineii smooin ruuoer lire hosu. juu icet oi ' OL'K lino of school shoes is the best woro tried by u jury, but tho luwyoi-Latuk. As wo go to press Dr. Said hoso to bo furnished In 50 foot bee- says that another of Airs. Put- informed him thut It wus not a jury tlons complete, with standard couplings. and wo give a good oil cloth school J. H.IIAI'UIIMAN satehel with every pair. Severance & tie Bays' children, Alma, has taken case uud at his rope's end ho vvuh comG. L. PKXXY. thu disease. pelled to refueo a new hearlnj,'. Committee. Son. pow-wow Col.. V. G. Wiu.cu wont up to tlio Alt. Vernon court Tuesday. AlK. 11. W. STIUAI.L, who lian boon slek with oIiUIh, in up again. AlK. V. II. l'in-rc- s In back from a visit to hlri patontaut Somerset. AlUH. K. S. Lytui wont toLouiavlllo Wednesday to vinit her IniHbiwnl. JetTor-Honvlllo, Bastin, an that after a careful survey of the Hold the democratic county ticket will bo elected by 2.W to fiUU majority. BlOAMY. Charles L. Leon, the young scoundrel who wrecked the life of Stanford, FKUIT cans, jars and iellv "lassos at of Alary Craig, ls ln Jlin nt ColmnbuH, O., on a charge Warren & Shanks'. oi Digamy. Ho had been living In SlIVIIKAL car loads of coal. See J. Florida, but recently went to Colum- B. Higgius bofore buying. bus. There ho met AIiss Jennie, Kv tins, uud last week married her. While SKCOND-HANLightning Hay Press visiting his brother-in-law- , John Ev- for sale cheap. B. K. Wearon & Son. ans. at Lima, last week, the latter dls VmtY largo line of goods of all kinds ' covered a letter written to Leon by a to bo sold cheap for cash. married sister, asking him about his Farrls Hardin. wife and family In Florida. His now also found a 12- ALL parsons having claims against wlftJ aml mother-in-laletter from Leon's Florida wife Lincoln county will please lllo same on or iMiforci Sopt. fflith. J. F. Cummins, ,l'1 by bC'--t correspondence they ob- tui'H-'Information that satisfied thorn Cl'k. L. C. C. -that the young bride was the victim of Till! Keoley Institute at Crab Orch - a bigamist. AIiss Evans is of one or tho ard Springs is enjoying a boom. There ' most prominent Welsh families of the are a doon or more patients thoru and 'county in which slio lives, and Leon others aro en route. will bo prosecuted to the bitter end. To Loan.81.000 on real catnto. Ap- 3 AO SUCH """y , BARGAINS IN I) , Tabfets And Scfioof SuDpfe titrvtm lie found elsewhere. We Invite comparison with nn t , w lln l''o .. , FEN NY'S DRUG STO?E. iyW.SSTOt'5A - 7wv'"Jvyv ;:zv3V&xV2V3kZ:lKiiW2X tt",'"v 11 - ;12.-- Vii m m m JotTor-sonvlll- e, I? i & pii m m tec-tlo- n, Do Do Do Do Do You Need an Overcoat? You Need a Winter Suit? You Need Underwear? You Need Flannel? You Need Cotton of Any-Kind- ? m WE fa SI r- n-law, CM SUPPLY & YOU re.-olv-ed re-uni- KT CORRECT PRICGS. i& yuh-tord- ay severance: sons. m & mmmmmzmwmmmmm&mm The Best life-lik- Disc Drill BEST : MADE I Lies Don't Go. Messrs. It K. Wetuen A: Pon. Stanford Oentlemen: In reply to vour letter will say that the Kentucky DKc Drill tumls strictly on Its merits; tho matters light, In the patiers and no purchaser of this drill need tear any their law hults In coutt uud not legal entanglement. Also that other drills must bo deficient In real merit when their makers seek to scaro people Into buying them. Wo guarantee protection. Yours, llrun-nan & Co.s' Western Agricultural Works. Louisville Sept. 2. ltlulTs wont work. There Is no mistake about this machlno being Earmers can see for themselves- -r (irst-clus- s. clonble-geiuec- l. B. K. WEAREN k-yg-- St SON. yjk UDDGKCAKinG A BY J. C. M' CLARY, t T3to , i-- o 1 r, Tm'ivimQii "Cw 1a q, 1 i Ck v ri wA A i'A Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opr Funeral Director. Court-Hou- se h cite Square, Stanford, Ky gE3Ei3gv3ft slecf Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. Wo are making preparations for n big output of goods. When you ltear our you will then know we mean to sell tho goods. Our aim in milking these, prices ia to reacli out unci furnish our ndjoiiiing counties, which fact lias nlways proven itself where a customer fuvored us with n call. Wc are lieio for business, quick sales and binttll piofiN. pri-prices '97 Con-trevillo- - A. OF W. W. WITHERS, STANFORD. - 1 Branch Store at Hustonville, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. at ;! Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. Hiiston-tonvll- lo FOR Illue-RriiK- sale:. 305 Acres Fine Land s, ui. . HOSE WANTED. . I 1 r tt-iu- Tho ltest Is always Imitated. Tho Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill Hns been thor- -' .,.,.. i. !. i..f.,.l mill flvits Ki.tlsftintliii.. All ntluT Dlsn Drills nm mi eiHrlmeiit unci un In frltigement on tho Superior. Suit has been entered In tho U. S. Court against ono com Farmors, Investigate bofore buying. pany for Infringement. HIGGINS & WKINNEY. ,yt-- 'TflRPJPRI JiJIMii"wipfTiliir i' Sy -- - . t vJ?' ;. rr fag TrrrrrniH t i.n "i- s- j-- ,7il ''nimjiiiwuiWWJi,,! fc THE INTERIORJOURNAL CPia.TsllslioA'r-u.GaAa.jT- LANCASTER. I. N. Gustlneau la much bettor after a protracted Illness of typhoid fever. Misses Louise KaulTmun and Alberta Anderson nre attending school at Richmond. J. W. Miller's mare, Nora L., won a race at Evansville, Ind., in 2:1H, on Tuesday. ' II. C. Jennings has leased the Borders property on Water street for tho VICINITY NEWS. In Bell county James B. Crank stab. bed b M. Dixon perhaps fatully. . ... r. I I ( w. uouinson .nas ioeen uppuiiuuu1 postmaster at Halsey, Whitley county. Three or four mines In tho Jollleo district have been filled with UN MEMORY ; OP SAM HAYS. EMBRY Mason Hotel MKS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . first-clas- s. To the People of Lincoln I anirildavo CC.CO will i. non-unio- n JW When not so paid le charged. Ire ? aral WS b I " " I TIME 10 a. in. and 9 OJ p. m. men. A ladv advertises In one of our ex changes to trade a bicycle for a baby Mi. I year 1SU3 at $200. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. returning t 4. No. No. No. 25 No. 23 24 26 Trains learo Stanford at 7 25 p. iu. and p KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Train going North " " " " South For allll'olots. .12 37 p 111 ,. 3 13 a m .12 01 p m . I 27 p iu TimO'JGU TICKETS SOLD. UAGOAOE CHECKED TIUIOUUII. For any Infunuatlon enquire of JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. I 1 I Agents Throughout the outh. ono wife. In tho polico court, Win. Arnold, colored, was lined 82o for drunkenness; IhI A Kent. Royal makes the food pure, Green Todd $10 for shooting in tho city Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky wholesome and delicious. limits, and William Ward $o for breach Kentucky. Stanfokd, There i Nothing ro l!xxl of tho peace. These fines are hardly Oder, hlsserrlfo to the imiiile of West Lincoln Tlif re is nothing Just a, roimI as Or, Kind's New and eommensurato to the olienses ana a Cay counties I ull stock of Cotflusand Cask, IHwomtv for Ciii.uiiiillnii, Coiuh. and Cold., mi etaalwayson baud. demand It and do not formlt tlin dealer to mU you repetition will likely bo dealt with 95 l. b. CrieuUr. Manager. KMiiom'fMUutilie not claim there Is anymore severely. thing Iwtter, luit In order In make umr .r!ll lie limy claim oitif llilng rlH to Ik Just a &l. You AWOKD TO- On Wednesday at 11 o'clock, Mr. want Ur Klu,' New IHnoovcry tautiM you know-i- t to he sife and rellalde and euarnlpnl in ,! nxl William Walker, of McCreary, and or money rrmndrd. for roughs, colds and all af HEALEK IN OWNERS. Miss Mattie, tho beautiful daughter of frctloiisof th throat, chest and lunss I lien U uothliicixipxxl as Ir King's New IMacuvrry. Ill-a- l Marshal Euon, were married by Rev. s little fns? at W H. MslCoUrta' drugstore Aro you Insureii ? If not, why not' PleasJl J. W. Lynch, of Danville. The happy uf dnulUugs and b.irns gixMl us our pair went to Danville to remain awhile It tickling .4. mica 'ik. The oest salre In the world for cuts,, bruises after which they will return to the sores, Hirers. salt rheum, ferer sore, letter, ohai- home of the groom. hands, chilblain, corns and all stlii erullon ri-posltlTcly cun plies or noiay required It Having been reared in the shadow of BRODHeHD. Every year. Involving the los of millions of ffuaraJtccd to Kite satisfaction ir money old Mt. Xcnla, around which many l"rlci 25 cent t box. Tor sale by V U dollars. Why hhould jou c.n-- t ui j Bro. A. J. Piko is holding a series of from j ear to 3 ear ? Absolutely Pure sweet memories, fond recollections and High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Goal. hallowed reminiscences cluster, and meetings at Gllead church. Your Proporty May Bum Wo aro not much of a politician but Ooods Wnrriiutcd ns lteprescutcd. Ofllco on FOR SALE Oft RENT. having the honor of bearing the name Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Within a xenr. within a month, within 21 of present indications lead us to believe of Dr. Matthew Dawson, the father one mile from Crab hours. Why should you oxjioio the nee it ROYAl PO0CR CO., H TOBiC Stanford, Kentucky. Judge W. L. Dawson, I am ustounded that R. G. Williams will bo our next Orchard on thu Somerset road. Will null mulatlnn of years of 'houcnt toll to hvss by half or all or rent for 1S!K Tor pirtlculars a single lire, which can Uextroy It In nil county judge. J. L. TOTTEN. HAi.rjMA.N. to hear that tho latter has renounced V. T. STKI'll KNSON. call on or address . nour Soliciting a share of your patronage IMZ-A-XjE the true political faith and gone out to Tilman Gilpin has moved in tho Cr.tl Orchard, Ky. itespti'truiij, I havo otiened a hhon at the forks of tbo Arms property near tho Christian Hus(ontllu nnd Mlllciguvllle pikes, near Kegisterpd Du- - worship false gods. This must bo a JESSE D. WEAESN, Mr. F, Hold's and am prcuri'd to do nil Splendid dream. The Dawson family was one of church. Mrs. F. M. Hutchinson visitroca. kind of Mrs. individuals Both the largest and most influential in the ed friends nt Lilly and London. Stanford, Ky Gouernl Agent, - - Twelve ncres of laud JJ mllo from KcKln-ne.last Fall's and county and every member was true to A. E. Albright and little Lena Rivers has good Iiuum, of 3 rooms and good Blacksmithing and Woodwork, jthisSprlnir's far wore with friends ut East Bernstadt. outbuildings. Tor Information apply to O. row, rrlces reasonable. No charge for democratic faith. lie went to school A. Vai.trii. Klngsvllle. or Jr-yVAi.Trn, tho lowest nrlces and Itest manner to me and was a bright boy and I know W. S. Cummins' little girl is qutto low Stanford, Ky. Co. Atguarantee all my work In thowill tuko nil I crating. I with typhoid fever. Dr. E. J. Brown kinds of country produce, except for horse that I taught him properly. Old Mt. J. II. H. J. McEOBEBTS, Stanford. OK STAKr'OltD, KY. khoclug which Is 00 centa, cjii.1i. Please give Xenia, which overlooks the home of was tho guest of Dr. Benton Monday. tue n slia re of our luitronnge. I 9200,000 00 his Infancy, should bow her head In Wo aro glad to see O. V. Jurrett again Fall up Capital, C 11. MAYftf A. S. 17,603 80 Sarpte!, shame and sink beneath the waves of on the streets. Mr. and Mr. J. Thom furgeon Hanging Fork to rise no more. If J. as Cherry and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Al& Hjr prorlsluns of Its charUT, depositors sr a Dentist, fully protected si re depositors In atlonal Itauks, P. Bailey, alias "Tough Hickory," bright were the guests of A. K. Its shareholder brln held Individually llsblt U Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. docs not defeat him by a majority of IN Ky. tne extent ol tne ainouiiiui ineir sisk incrcin ai the par vjIuo thereof, In addition to the amount In1100 votes, I shall feel like he has lost Colly and tho writer attended church Corn ami liny, vested In such share. It may act as executor. ad Offlcoorer McUoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley mlnlsliator, trustee, Ac , as fully as an Individual. Order Office and I eil Exchange, ursr the Itallroad in popularity. But I havo reasons to at Oak Hill Sunday, and after services Uulldiug. Tendering our thanks to thu who hare entrust Crossing, IV.,t stn-i't- , partook of a nice dinner with Mr. und believe that his majority will even exed their liiulneAa to us, we trust they HI continue - - Kontuolcy. Mrs. Per Hiatt. to uo so, ami weouer as a KUarantrelor prompt at. ceed that. In bank, tentlou to same our 20 yean' Cm1 Yanl, Mill Mrect, lately J H Hllns'. Some true blue, nominee democrats lag and aslllieral accoumiodalioas asata consistent Satisfaction KUarsntevd. Miss Edna Whitney, tho Mlssour with sound banking. arc kicking because certain candidates girl who was rejected as ono of the DIRECTOR. Clothing-Leasdo not agree with ttfcm on one issue, maids of honor to tho Flower Queon in J. J. Williams. ML Vernon; t W. lt. Cutuiulus, I'reacbinTllle; and even go so far as to doubt whether the Kansas City Carnival because she J. S Owsley, Sr J. II. Owsley, II. Shanks, they voted straight last fall. The was employed in a cigur factory, has William (iooch, TIN SHEET IRON WORKS, S. J. Ktubrr. J. K. Cash, nominees arc strict party men und received all sorts of otTers, nono of E. Lynn, . Larpcnter; J. A. : : Ky. surely voted the ticket. I have no J. N". Menefi.'. KY., which she has accepted, except the one orriCEks. Office on Lancaster street at llesldenco they would make allidavlt to appear as Flower Queen at Topcka, doubt that Sole proprietor of Dean's Hlaek Ulamond Itoot S. II. Shanks. I'resldent; I'alut. Ijitlmatm jurulshel for pallitltij; wood, J. 11. Owsley, Cashier; to that effect. The question is not gold Kas. Among the offers was ono of a m mi m S.V i 'ii W. M. HrUhl, Teller metal sn.l lion roofs. Sail. faction uuaralitissl All a roots tainted and silver, but democracy and republi- large amount of money and u royalty to ltli Dean's lllsck IMsinond l'alul warrantiil for rears. Healer In lwt Clitern ruuii canism. Do not let ono issue lead you allow her photograph to appear on tho aiidUalvanUt'd Inm Kilters. Oa'iaulzeil aud lllsck 21 tf astray when there are many vital prin- cigar boxes of a great manufactory. NATIONAL BANK Iron Hooting of all kinds. ciples involved, and especially when Another was 8100 a week to go on tho SALE OF LIVE STOCK. OF STANI OUI), KY. tho offices sought havo nothing to do stage; but the most fatiguing offer of A Book for Young and Old. i Surplus 515,750. with the settlement of that issue. Re- all was tho proposal by letter of marAt my farm on tho MeOormucks Church Capital Stock $100,000. pike, one tulle South of Turuerstlllu, I will Ixkiisi for member that you have all said that you riage by a New York millionaire. 1 I DP Attention o( the public Is railed to the fact thai post and railing or wlro fenceI'mts nndplank fence, mm can vVt.'-u,wu J this Is tho only National Hank Iu Stanford. Un- want at my store mar Cedar Creek, on what they aro bound by every principle of honor the pike Miss Grace Thompson, of St. Louis der the provisions ot tho National Hank Act leading from Crab Orchard to I also REC0RD NERVOUS to support the nominees and that you is getting a great deal of notoriety depositors arc secured not only by the capital stock, keep on hand a supply of plauk Stanford for fciielng. All but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount kinds of liiiuber for I111II1II114 purimses; also board ls!7, dNK-- o of.ni) entire lot of have continually censured those who from the fact that ulie snubbed the Esli IS 78 cspialtu tho stock so that deiliorsof this InstituBLOOD and shliiidm. All iernons desiring any article of a fund ol S.10,ou0 I'll o tion are secured went astray last Fall. If you do llke- - Prince of Wales while sho was in tho Eorsos aad3att!o, Milk Cows, Hog;, kt., statements of theby condition ot the ilauk are sworn this kind can call ou me at my store iieart'edar made Cns;k. 32 (i. W bl.Ntil.LTON. 250,000 SKIN& wise, you surrender every means of old world. each y.ar to tho L'nited Stales (toTcruiucnt und Its Sho Is a very striking To tlio highest bidders. There are I good assets are examined at stated times by K'lTernnient self defense and become at onco the beauty and the Prince was captivated DISEASED Hor--j enrrood Mures, agents, thus securing additional and perlcct salet, PRIVATE most inconsistent men in existence. I with her appearance and linked un in- oll! Fill v. Horso Colt, ifaged lo ileiiosltors. & 1 1lls Institution originally established as tlio DeMEN Mule, curling DISEASES have too much faith in your democracy troduction, but she declined the honor, Mules. Colt, 4 Cows nnd Calves, 0 good Mule, posit Hank of Stanford In ld3s, then reorganized as , ..Proprietors Mulo car-llofbtantord In IsCI the National CURED and intelligence to believe that you something no other woman over did. Cattle. 73 Stock Hogs. Will also hell reorKaulzed asllank First National Hank of andacaln Stanford the vwvp.m rm crop of growing Corn. LIVERY.FEED& SALE;BTABLE had your party. will thus In half a century New Orleans has TritJis. sums of S', und under, wish:( in ltu2, hasyears.practically an uninterrupted wit", m33M Is better supplied now for 35 It over that amount ncrctllt till Jan. Int. IslH, facilities for transactlni; business promptly and libKy. Iko Shelby bought of Young Bros., been visited by 32 yellow fever epidem- with Interest. Notes payable In Farmers erally than ecr liefore lu Its long and Honorable cattle atlUJo. ics that swept away more than 30,000 of Hank and Trust Co., wlth"good heeurlty re- career. Accounts of Individuals, tlduclarlcs, Urms asonahlo Tlinioilts. urotnnt attention. Terr of Adair, eight aud Individuals solicited. rabs A lKjrtloii of your lutronau'e Is Hi YOUNG TO) Humphrey Hudson has bought of John her citizens, but in every instance tho quired. At the Mitno tlmo I will o SELL (JIHKLTOR rvspcctf dlly solicited IS N. It. disease started not later than June, OK UF.NT210 ACICES of my farm; fairly F. Held, Lincoln Co.; (II IIIU (VII imiu criuiu you "HUM J. W. Harden, Stanford Woods a residence and 35 ucres of land wero commit tins. Lid you only consider " II. llutighiuan, ' h. S.T.Harris, Improved, watered anil in good tho f.iseiii"tiiic nllitrcuicnti of this cil Jus. waned In October und disappeared in cultivation.wellTerms inado known on state of J. S. Mocker, " on tho Lebanon pike, for 82,800. I', ' day of K. I.. Tanner, MoKlnne W. A.mil. Irilut? V.'Iimi too latoto awll tlio " TrlbMe, November. H. Baughman, executor, sold the Jake Mile. roiulu, wero jour eyes opened to J.H.Colller.CruhOrch M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, your peril? hid you Inter on in manTho largest pin factory in the world is J. F. G'OYEK, Tiirnersvlllo. M, O.i:iuiore, Manronl. M. J. Far-riHarlun farm, 250 acres, to hood c intnict any Pit I ATI. nr ULUO omenta. dieao7 Wcrojott cured? Do you now blddintr for R. D. Bruce, at $42. that at Birmingham, where 37,000,000 I. S. Hocker, Ifresldeut; J. J. Mcllolicrts Cashier nnd then co soma alarmliiir jviniitiinnV Tho farm is on Hanging Fork, between pins are manufactured every working - A. McKinney, AsslstantCashler. Kaio you tnnrry in your nrescnt condition? You know. "MICE J'ATIIEU. one and two miles from the Lancaster day. All tho other pin factories toLIKE .SOX." 1 f married, aro yntt con- -' pike and Is a bargain at tho price. gether turn out about 19,000,000 pins suiiuiyiiwuKiii iircniir It inarrtaco a falluio with you on nccount of any weak- Capt. Bottom sold tho Nancv Carpen- every day. nrsa ciurni ny cany aouio or later According to the katydid, frost was A Farm of 220 Aens, batf In Onrrard and IIao you boen dnicccd with ter farm, 100 acres, below Perryville, mercury? 'ilils booklet will noint out tn half in KOUTE. not due until October 28. But then ull Orchard,Lincoln, three miles North of Crab you tho results of there crimes nnd liolnt.1 Saturday, to Jeff Powell for 81.700. the land alxiut eipiallv divided beThe Heat Line loand F.tuu , oui ncuyour .r.t .iii.iiiuji uiKAl- tween and Corn In tho Held brought 81.50 to 81.00; signs fall in dry weather, and the ka- house, grns-- and cultivation,a good dwelling .MIJ.NT will iKwithely euro you. RROOKLYN. It g lots; has TOLEDO AND tydid is In no wiso responsible for tho hupply barn shows bow Uinuxnuds n o been raved by wheat, 774; sheaf oats, $1 per hundred. of w liter. Can bo runted for a term our NEW THKATJ1ENT. It proves All l'oluts in Michigan. how wo can HUAllANTrE TO CuItK There were 200 cattle on tho market light frost yesterday morning. Glas- of A ears. within a Farm mllo of Lancaster of HOU CIIUAIIIjK CSK OK NO I'AY. : Monduy. Feeders sold at from 3 to gow News. We trcit nnd euro EMISSIONS. Acres. Originally ono Ixiuiidury OH1CAGO. A bag of 1,000 now and unused dol- handled to advautagi) us a whole but can lo YAKICOCULE. SI I'HM.IS. OLKET, .'Jc, the last flguro being paid by Far-rl- s or "White City Special." mi snticnuti:. tmimi'i i:vfY. DLS- Co., tract i'HIYV DRAIN'S. P'ATntAL Ilest Terminal .Station. & Whitley to J. C. Bottom for 18 lars weighs about 58 pounds und 15 acres has One It threehas lud acies. Thu l0 on dwelling houses with t'llAUULS, KlJIiM.l JJLADDJill ounces. A bug of badly used dollars (.tables and lots, la well watered and faces toppy ones. Advocate. KOUNDISD 18O0. LOUIS. dlfeasef. weighs about 58 pounds and nine or 10 Crab Orchard pike. Tho 10(1 acres Is In Avoiding tho Tunnel grass. Just across tho plko aro two boun& ounces, a difference of $0 or $7. 3 days fall excursion. Queen CURES GUARANTEED daries, one of 10.1 acres, ull In cultivation, BOSTON. "Tbo Wneos of Mn" sent free hv Crescent Route. Great low rato excurwith abundant supply of water flesh from indiifliig iottarap. CO.N.SPLTATION Did i'ou Jiver Wagner.SlcopliigXCars. bTANFOIU), KY. grass. Tho t!7 acres Is pi rt grass and part sion for tho usual Autumn journey to call, write for I'll E. If unable Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your troubles, In cultivation. Has been In clover and resttor IIO.ML lOI'EHTUlK UliAMi made by merchants and others to Cin- if not, net a Ixittlu now uihIki'I relict This moll, ing for j ears. YORK. TltL'ATMKNT. D. cinnati or Louisville. Rato of U fare cine has been fcund to lie K.s.uliarly adapted to the A largo house In Lancaster with S rooms. Hullet I'arlor Cars, Warner Sleciilng Cars, I'rlva relief and cure of all fenule complaints, exerting a TTt&. 6 10 8 40 crop. T. B. Walker raised a squash which QUEEN & CRESCENT. weighs 21 pounds. It is at the Citizen's National Bank and Is u curiosity. It Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 p in tt 57 a m No. 2 North No. HSouth being a plant of the genus cucurblta, " 4 ' .....3 46 am 1124 pm No.S " " 6 " 130pm or gourd species fully explains why he 1125am No. 5 " 8 20pm 600am raised It, as everybody knows what kind "10 " No. 9 " Note Nor. 5 anil 6 do not run Sundays, 9 anil 10 (ro no furwi South than Junction City, netiher of people raises largo gourds. 3o they run Sundays. Two Mormon preachers have been FRANKFORT ASd"c1HCINNATI RY. hero for a few days. The doctrine they preach in public is orthodox, but wc VIA OEOKOhTOWN. p.v, A. M tlont know what would follow in pracP. M. A. M. Somerset, 200 tis 315 Lre,Jet. City. Arl2 55 8 20,' tice. Polygamy has not been mention, " 1131 " 630 ' ed and would not amount to anything, '.eorgetown, Lv 9S5 450 Arr 505 ' Franktort, " 6 30 300) 1155 720 as no sane man would want more than o Arr l'arls Dally except Suuday. 5 30 Mr. Johnson Price, ono of our most prominent farmers, sutTcred a severe accident while shearing mules. It is said his hip joint is dislocated. Mr. W. J. Romans, tho buggy and carriage dealer, is erolnjr to build a y house, on Stanford Avlarge, enue, for shops and storing vehicles. We havo had two heavy frosts which havo helped the sick, but they havo done much damage to tobacco which has not beerr harvested, which, however, is only a small per cent, of the two-stor- carriage. Miss Mattie Bradshaw fell over a clitT lOOoet in height in Casey county. Her chances for recovery aro good. Mrs. Irvine T. Green, mother of A. Cum p. Green, tho drummer, fell dur ing a fit at Richmond and broke hor hip. Sho is 82 years old. At Pittsburg the residence of Rev. J. A. Carr, with about half of his household effects, was destroyed by fire. It caught from a defective Hue. George Gregg, who was sent up from Laurel for manslaughter and who was hero for u year or more, has been refused a pardon by Gov. Bradley. safe-keepin- g C,D.HERCAW,G. F.A. mi AKlH0 POWDER SAKINQ Delraore Kelly, a young moonshiner, was fatally wounded by III Casebolt, u constable, whllo resisting arrest on Grassy Creek at a Baptist association in Bell county. The circuit court at Richmond adn journed out of respect to tho Rev. Campbell, whoe funeral occurred at 12:30 Wednesday. It was the first time in the history of Madlsou county and perhaps iu the State that such an honor was paid n colored man. Grover Bullock and a boy named McBrear, both of East Bcrrtxtadt, got into an altercation. McBrear ran into the liouso, picked up a Winchester and fired, the ball going through Bullock's neck, missing the jugular of an inch. vein about Both are under 14, years. Rev. Madison Campbell, for 10 years pastor of the United Baptist church of Richmond, and one of tho most widely known colored ministers in Kentucky, died of gangrene, aged 74. During his career he ordained 12o ministers and deacons, baptized 3,000 converts, traveled :t:t,l)00 miles and raised thousands of dollars for church and mission work. Mnd-isori-lle Into tho family of Mrs. l'attlo Huys : Kentucky. t - nine last Monday, the uninvited mes- - Lancaster, bcngcrof death for her youngest child, Newly furnished; clean beds; splentlsd Sam Embry. No boy of his slzo and table. Everything I'ortera 81) ago, 4 years, was better known or more meet trains a favorite in our community than he. of Like a sunbeam ho was always cheery Sheriff's Sals for State and Countj Tascs. and bright, of unusual precocity and a remarkable memory, he had already become n favorite as u juvenile speak- On Monday, October 11, '5)7, er. In tho Sunday school ho was obe Hotween tlio hours of 10 A. M. mill I i i nt door In tho town nf Sinn. dient and attentive and won tho love of tho fcnl. Lincoln county, Ky I his little associates and teacher. Why tho highest bidder for cash In will oxpewoto liiind, to p.iy should wo mourn that he has entered the Stnto mid count v tux for the onrs 1MKS. 1M 1MI7 tho follow tho training school of Heaven? Death er ly, nuilmi much thereofIn.' ilcscrllied tinni or ns will py wild is only one of tho many exper- taxes, ii Stanford l'reclnct No. 1. John W. iences and by no means tho worst. To Ilrlght 112 acres, near Unhide. 3l.'iT.I0. T. 1). NKWLANI). S. I.. leave this world unsullied by sin, or stained by crime, is not tho greatest misiortune mat count Derail mm, nor Home For aro the pangs of such a parting and the m sorrow of missing his presence and 1 oiTer for miIu prlvatelv mv deslruhlo voice, the greatest sorrow that could homo on Luvrer Main street," Stanford. Tho linuso Is roomy, prottr cottngo with nice come to a mother's heart. What God yard uiulagood garden and outhousos. anil Is has hidden from us is often of more im- In a mot pleasant noIghUirhood. Call on mo portance than that what Ho has reveal- In on tho premise and will take pleasure showing Its many advantages. ed. Ho opens the windows and wo MILS. KLI.A i'OUTMA.N. catch a glimpse of the glory that shall bo as wo plaeo the tolescopo of faith to our eyes and tho vision is lost as the T. present intervenes, but tho memory in1IOWLANII. KV., spires us with hopo and tho child In i Ins Gone Itaclc into the Coal Heaven is often more i uncut for good Husincss, than the child on earth, and as our lov- And will keep constant) yon hand tho Jollled ones aro gathered into the fold the eo. Palis llrnncli and other bent Coals and earth tics grow weaker and tho heaven ask tho patronage of tho public. Stanford friends who want Coal enn leao ties stronger, and we learn to look up J. 11. Illgglus, wliuh will rvcclvo orders with prompt atinstead of down. May the mother find tention T L. SIIKLTON. comfort in the thought that Sam Embry has found a better home than she could give him and is protected by One Uiiclortnlcor, stronger than sho. J. T. S. . court-house grinding and guarantee to glvo 115 pounds of good Hour and 10 pounds of llrnu for eneh iiiiihei or wheat, notwitiistaniiing mo nici that wheat N up. I am diMlroim of. I uniting day and night anil will do ulint I can to pleiiM' my customers, ho they h PI give inn their patronage. Yours to please, .MOMUS I'KKI), Gilberts Creek. Ky. AND QAUKAItn. mil paying especial attention lo custom NOTICE artist In thocutntry Hl.AKr.MOllr:, Crab Orchard now has the finest totiMirlal who In thopoixlnof SAMt'in. handles the xcIsmii-- and tutor In expert jjtylo. Call on him when ou want u clean hlnneor ntllsh haircut. -- " PIANOS AND ORGANS. m C Pretty Sale. Decker Pros'. PIiiiiih. Halites Pros'. Pianos, Kllliigton l'lniios, I). II. Baldwin lMunos. Fischer Plntios, lie. Ivitey Organs, Hamilton Organs and othor Mnken. Seo mj' Goods and Out Mv Price lleforo vou 10 W. T. WIUTi:, Crah Orchard. liuy. Jons II. Caitlkman, A. (I. lUHUAM. 1 L SHELTON, INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. B3RBEE S CaSTLEMS. MANAdKILS, Commerce Building, Louisville. J. T. SUTTONT, CT. A. TRXBBIE, three-quarte- rs ' - 111 -- J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons. ure Vehicles, P110PERTY Thou-sntid- Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Agricultural Implements, im.-hk- EIUlITY-FIVEACIt- ra -- HOG-S- 1 FOR RENT. y; 4s-l- m Farmers Bank&Trnst PRICE, Big Frosts. ai-iK- -t. Mo-Cla- ry Stanford. Warm Underwear. SON, DEALERS COHL, NOEL b. paarenr. Good Shoes. Stanford; ex.-rlenr-e Pine J. X.Jones, JO STANFORD, -. Dentist, Stanford, Money. ii ii ib Tanner Bros, McKinney. FIRST y "7r.f nsroTioiE u -- I "- ( On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1 1 j I 1 e. 1 Il- I 1 1 1 SHELBY SHELBY, 1 ng fo-sa- ke exist-etn-- fr 250,000 IKIK'I.-IIL CURED JunctiontClty, 750-poun- 'Jf.,r &S J d Flrst-naa- s al-- 1 tcr-rih- lo s, FIRE INSURANCE Valuable Properties .V- FOR KENT. "BIG ST. 4: FHENIX OF Insurance Company, Insurance iievcr-f.illln- DETROIT A.-M-l Caledonian opu-ratel- y. al of Scotland. R. B. MAHONY, Agt.. H. I NEW Kennedys Kergan CINCINNATI, O. Ik2 W. FOURTH STREET, Sept. 27, 28, 21). Will bo good days to return. Ask ugents for particulars. the round-trip- ; 10 Six Netrro children locked in a house drugstore. utar Donalds, S. C, were cremated. wnuderfiil, illrctt Influence In KMn' strength and tone to theoruuus. If you have Ions of appetite coiiutlpatloii, headache, fainting stalls or a umous slcipless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dlzzr spells Electric Hitters is the medicine jou need. Health and strength are vnaranteed by It. use. Only .Vj cents a boitlaal w, 1), Mcltobcrts' years. Always used u ii lxiardlng limine. If runted to uilvunlage cuu bo rented for a term of NANNIE II. ANDEKPON. Any ono wishing to rent the above irop-ertcall on or udrea-s- , JNO. M. OltAND. &u Lancaster, Ky. MILS. y Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches lug Car. and 1)1 u lie sure our tickets read sla E O. McCOIlMICK, I'aaaviigcr TralUc Mgr Ass. "111(1 FOUIt Pass. A. " PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith. bTANFOItD, KY. 1 WAIHtEN J.'lYNCH Tkt. Agt lien. CINCINNATI OHIO. All kinds of repairing dono al rcasouablo rates ; Upbclstcring a sj.eclaiy. batisiactlon guraiced. r ' ? L j -- i. m.