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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897100101 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m Ka- - y SEMI-WEEKL- Y S INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER LANCASTER. RELIGIOUS. POLITICS I. 1897. fI VOL. XXVJ. HUSTONVlLLe. Wc are glad to report Dr. Brown's condition improving. Mw M. L. Maddox, of Chicago, who spent tho summer with her sister, Mrs. Nettle Carpenter, has returned homo, .lames Dovors, marshal, la tlll In a our condition. very critical until Our public school has It ruins. Tho scarcity and poop quunwatop tho main cause ty of drinking The public schools at Morelund, and Moore's have also closed probably on account of elo.-these proximity to n rejKjrtcd case or two of self-wound- NO. Gl w. s. Houley lias bought The new Methodist church at Furls, ' The democrats of Masraehusetts nomhundred barrels of corn ut$l.7ii in the will be dedicated Sunday, October 111. inated George Fred Williams for govheap. It litis full Cour-- p of Study In all department. It lias t rat nod and experienced teachPreparations are being made for a big ernor. It Ih wild that Mp. .1. W. Miller Is time. Woodford county republicans nomi- ers. It lias all needful futilities for the thorough training of girls Iti all grades. It was for the welfare and of Stanford the preparing to bottle a lot of bin lino old Tho Henderson conference assigned nated for representative Dr. W. E. establishedStanford and vlr Inlty, conveniencedissipating and Lincoln county. Let all othof Instead of tlielr Inllucacu by patronizing whlHky. er schools, rally aroutid the Uollegu and glvt It their united and hearty support. now T. h. Harrison to Montlcello, J. Sleet, a boltocrat. Next Session oK!iis Mrs. A successful operation was perform Deputy Wurden Neat, of tho Frank- write for catalogue. Sept. fith. Tor full Information call onN'M. Sauflev at tho college or TaW. Tabor to Jamestown and U. S. SIIKITON'. Pkksuikxt. od on Mrs. I), it. Collier on Monday, a fort penitentiary, has resigned to run bor to Wayne. minor uoing removed Itov. Gcopgo O. Hurnes and Miss for Congress in the Ilth district. Mrs. Faster Onstott, aged S:, died at' Mario aro conducting u meeting in The democratic State convention at her homo in the Herring neighborhood Richmond and are the guests of Mi, Worcester, Mass., adopted a free silon Tuesday. Shu was an excellent la ver platform and denounced govern and Mps. T. J. Smith. dy and well connected. Revs. J. V. Logan and Miles Saun- ment by Injunction. Tho vltascope was not on exhibition ders havo been appointed to conduct The Fair company at Morganfield Monday night, as our electric current the services attending tho installation has wired Hon. William J. Bryan an diphtheria. was too strong for tho machinery. A of Rev. oiler of $500 for a speech during tho We have bought our stock of coal early and can supply our trade at S. M. Logan as pastor of Miss Hettlu Logan, for yearH tho week beginning the ftth. of this part of tho blue good crowd was disapointed. leading modiHto church. Fete Kavanaugh, a country Negro, Is there anything in the Indianapolis The Cumberland River Association grat section, has moved to Howling Green. My mention last week In the became disorderly on Monday and made also passed resolutions that they will platform that would require or suggest I. .1. of hep losing her jiockot Mok on his escape. Sheriff Itobluson chased withdraw patronage from the Southern that the "National" democrats should N. train caused the same to him about three miles, brought him Theological Seminary as long as Dr. vote with and for tho republicans ? an L. back to Jail and on Tuesday Judge Tot-te- n Whltsitt is president. Boltocrats of the judicial district turn up and It was promptly returned i.7iHncd a lino of $0. fop which she returns many congregation of tho Christian eoraiosed of Bourbon, Scott, Franklin Tho to her, Have your house tilled while the ground is drj". Tho Confederate Veterans met hero church at a meeting held Wednesday and Woodford, nominated Hon. James thanks, though the llnanco was Sl.r.O on Monday and 12 of them formed an night gave Miss Myrtle Hughes, the A. Violott for Commonwealth's attor short. On tho 2d Saturday in elllcient organist, $10 in token of their ney. ffi Hold has moved a association. John W. (Itomco) Another U. S. judge holds that a depof his furnlturo and a October a camp will be organized by appreciation of her services. large xrtlon (Jen. John lloyd, of Lexington. This In itH well written and beautifully uty marshal's term of olllce expires part of his family to neap l'alnt Lick largo will give them an opportunity to relate printed In Garrard. Ho takes charge of a edition, the Maytleld with that of his chief and refuses regoes now to the trials, hardships and battles Monitor, has a picture of West Ken- lief to the democrats who have been farm In that section and put In a crop of wheat. Itomeoisa through which they passed. The home tucky College and a Mattering notice of tired. guards tnlk of organizing, if a quorum its president, KUler Milton KUiott, late The "united democracy" has nominamember of our city council, a school can bo found. ted Henry George for mayor of "Greatof this section. truftoo and the heaviest advocate- of Kvory democrat in this county would Klder J. T. Sharrard will preach er" New York and the republicans the Chicago platform In this county. .Seeing and feeling the urgent neces- support a man for the Legislature, who Sunday morning and night at the have' named Gen. Tracy. Seth Low Is sity for stock water, as well as for lire favors a general registration law. This Christian church. All the members the candidate of the independents. would prevent the Illegal voting of Ne aro especially requested to be present V J Gov. Bradley denies most emphatipurports, tho town council has Just groes, Vv-jito who loook ro much alike that at the morning services to transact Im- cally that he received a letter from completed a well near tho jail. They Judge Morrow during the senatorial were fortunate In llndlng water at a the judges can not tell them apart in portant church business. Kid J. M. Rash closed an eight days' race, in which Morrow was alleged to depth of l.'i feet In such a quantity as the rush and crowd at an election. It claimed that lf0 illegal votes were in 'etlng at Olympla Sunday night have charged McKinley with deceiving they felt would upply the Immediate many horses and cattle cast in that way In this county two with 21 additions. He has recently the governor and that tho latter was demands and years ago. S35E preached at Station Camp. Stanton and therefore justified in lighting Dr. Hun- IXtt? .?Ufr&r&6&:'2&3ff : ':- - . ,"!.. - - - i -, l i - -- ." : -- ' aro dally being bcneiltcd thereby. i && A vory largo crowd was In town Olympla, In all 110 days, and has had ter. There is a big effort being made ItZZzSi: r: ' What's tho matter with Hustorivlllo? m Monday and mule colts and candidates 12ft adtlltfons to the church. Winches- to ring the Bradley-Hunttight Into & SHU'S AM. HuJHT! Or at least the think were the principal attractions. Cattle ter Democrat. the campaign, which seems to have candidates of both purtles must sales wero slow on account of the scarcinw Tho Methodist Conference at Hen nothing to do with the case. so, fop they are giving us the S Chairman Johnston has appointed shake, as usual. There ity of grais anJ water. A gentleman derson tired Rev. G. F. Campbell from stead of tho K Our stock now complete at Lowest Cash Prices. from Pennsylvania bought 4ft mule tho ministry on charges of immorality the following gentlemen a campaign ....m- - ii h. no organization of either 3S colts at an average of 320. The best on and cruel treatment brought by his committee in this district: L. II. CarTT party in this locality and one seldom the market brought from $.'10 to ft0. hears jiolltles mentioned, 1'ach party Hlco Hengo roK)rts the sale of heifers, wife, who Is suing for divorce. The ter, Lawrenccburg; T. F. Robinson, W ffl any way, e.elled weighs 100 pounds and is said Lancaster: J. K. Carson, Crab Orchard; ft" I will )oll its usuul vote here W. C. Bell, Harrodsburg: G. G. Gil isSTI much speaking, shak- weighing about 000 jkhuhIs, at $Kl; to be an all round reprobate. no matter how horses at $10 to $ft0, and mule colts $12 About .'1,000 people attended the ded- bert, Sholbyvlllo; Robert Harding, m ing or wotting of your whistles." to $2ft. Every thing New and Latest Styles In Writing Paper, Tablets and Cards. John S. Goode, T. L. Carpenter, G. After four weeks illness of typhoid ication of the new Methodist church at Danville; Dr. T. R. Welch, Nicholas-villJames B. McCreary, Richmond; W. Wcatherford, V. H. Morse, James foAcr, I. N. Gastlneau died Monday Salem Sunday, many being present Trye, F. H. Twldwoll, June Hold, Jus. about o'oloeo In the 10th year of his from Grant. Owen. Harrison and Dr. K. J. Brown, Mt. Vernon; W. M. $j Hohl and J. V. Allen, members of tho age. Funeral services wero conducted Franklin counties. Dr. E. II. Pcarce, Black, Taylorsville; W. S. McGuire, DKUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. Hunting and Fishing Club, by KUler George Gowen Tuesday after- president of the Kentucky Wesleyan MoKco. Tho committee will be called Hustonvillo cnterUilnod the following gentlemen noon and tho remains were burled in College at Winchester, conducted the together by Hon. James B. McCreary. H'A., In the Ilth the following are named: with a dove hunt and an eclipse spread Lancaster cemetery, witnessed by ma- services and raised the balance of James Garnett, Columbia; C. W. due on the building. at Joe ColToy's spring Tuesday. Among ny relatives and friends. Deceased Rev. C. W. Clay, who has the past Pinevllle; It. C. Ford, Middlesbo-ro- ; the many visitors we nolo were tho was a native of 1'ulaskl county, having THE J. D. Black, Barbourvllle; Theo. conference year had charge of the prominent horsemen: Geo. following u few years. He was hero but BOBS Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Kinslngor, Cincinnati; C. F. Ireland, a member of the Christian church ar.d churches at Hlndman, Hazard, Hyden Lewis, Hyden; William Low, PineGeorge trav- vllle; W. P. Keeney, Middlcburg; Geo. he us of Ireland Hros., Cincinnati; am father, husband and citizen he and Whltesburg, tells that Walker, Jesse Matthews, Carroll H. fathfully discharged eveuy duty, He eled over 2,000 miles on foot In tilling W. Green, Harlan Courthouse; B. M. My breeders wero seleeted from the lst herd ol 01 swine in seTerai oiiw . oiiiiis Mmous nreeu Held, Cincinnati; J. F. Hakor, Hunts-vlll- was one of the few concerning whom these appointments, for which he re- Webb, Whltesburg: E. II. Hackney, splendid lot of pigs of different ages fur sale. Bred Corresceived $50 each. He goes to the East London. Mr. Metcalf will call tho H. II. Hartolls, Somerset; sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed Tenn.; expressions of praise wero used during pondence, solicited. Address Dr. W. H. Fenny, Stunford, and many his life. His widow and three young Pulaski circuit this year. Wc call this committee together. R. H. BRONAUGH, others. Thoy killed about 100 birds, children survive him, with whom the working for tho Lord on a small salary. sli Orchard, Ky. of the new accord, that joy The formal dedication MATRIMONIAL. but all scorned of one entire community condoles In their be- grounds and buildings of Central Uniand pleasuro should bo unconllncd. reavement. Ho had a benellt certlll-cat- o versity to the cause of Christian Mrs. Sarah Daw&on, of New York, is Police Judge Schwab, of Cincinnati, Public silo of Land, Stock, Crop, for $2,000 in the Knights of tho a grand ma at 'M. She married l.'t and gave indication Tuesday that ho desir11. F. Hlllenmeycr, the nursery man Household and Kitchen will take place on Tuesday, paid education of Lexington, who has been u close ob- Maccabees, which amount will be ed to have tho respecuible whcelwo-uic- n October ftth, at 10 o'clock A. M. Brief had a daughter at 14. Furniture. Martin Surber, aged 20, and Miss Elserver of agricultural alTalrs for half a to his widow in a few days to help her addresses will bo made by distinguishin Cincinnati protected from concentury or more, takes this optimistic through tho dreary journey of life. ed gentlemen who havo promised to be la H. Young, 21, both of Highland, tamination with fallen women who ! will oiler at public sale, if not sold privately bo fore, on Tho democratic speeches which are Our best grain view of tho situation: present on the occasion. Tho exercises were married at Rev. J. M. Cook's adopt the bicycle as a method of amuse- Wednesday. October 6, encrops have ordinarily followed a pro- being made in the Suite and the ment. He sent one to jail for 30 days of the day will be closed with a musi- Tuesday. on tho waters of tho Feter Wells, aged To, and Miss Vien- for uppearlng on a bicycle where de- On thoInpremtsex, county, one mile North ofItangln; ceeding summer drouth, that brought thusiasm reported indicate that the cal recital by Miss Jones, tho head of HangKork, Lincoln psoplo are determined to redeem the A Stanford boluablo phosphates from tho lower the department of muslu, in tho chapel na Bailey, SO, who had been lovers near cent women rode, though tho testimo- ing Turk Uridgo on tlia IIuMonrllle turnpike, my Kvory grain Common wealth from the corruption of at 7:M o'clock i m. f0 years, were married at Anderson, ny showed that she was clothed more depths to tho surface. 175A ACRES, FARM n republican rulo, which has developed ravage of the Intl., this week. sower invites tho generously than the majority of IJ. on MAIM) MIM.Klt. W. G. Lilly, of Eric, Pa., shot himlly In tho fall, and smut, rust and into huge proortlons in less than two and that she had not conducted Two iiiUot from the depotwell tho C. S. and II., handy watered, fenced to churches nnd schools, Lot us years. Tho Incompetency of otllcials self to death while his wife's funeral herself In an Improper manner. Maud Miller la the summer's heat, midge tho following spring. wltbTJ rooms and cellar, one good stock barn llouxe ono fargo tolucco ham go d corn crlli and Raked tho meadow thick with wheat. Frovldenco In asylums, penitentiaries and other was being preached and both were hold our hearts In jsoace. Mrs. W. E. D. Stokes' of New York, tnd orchard of 73 trees. young of tho administration is The Judge rode slowly down the lane. Is better In branches At the samo time and placo I will sell all of my burled in the same grave. Is to give a dance to the Negroes of smiles on us. Our wheat crsonal property, consisting of soil, just as our enough to cause the defeat and utler Smoothing his horse's chesiiut mane. Becauso Miss Jennie Long, of Balti- Fayette, and 500 Invitations have been Two good work HorvM. work mule. 7 well bred the sack than In the ft Cows, With wheat at a dollar per," said he, .lerxey Hull ."addle Mares and 1'lllk annihilation of that party. A hotter more, repelled his attentions, Michael sent out. The function will bo held in Calf and '1 Heifers, 20 acres of Corn 40 Stock lloct. corn was last April. This maid Is nlniut the sbe for me." spirit prevails in democratic ranks Simmons, fntally shot her and then a largo barn recently built on Mrs. all my Tarming Implements Household and KitchThe act passed by the last Nevada Then he smiled at her and she blushed at , en 1'imiltiire. blew his own worthless brains out. authorizing the killing of here and elsewhere and tho outlook Stokes' estate, and money prizes will Terms made known on day of sale. Legislature him. points to harmony and a determination JOHN' HAI1.KV. Rev. W. J. Bolin, pastor of the Bap- be given for cake walking, buck danc And over the meadow fence he dim. wild horses throughout the btutc, na to win all along the line. A disiussl-tlo- n Will you marry me. sweet maid?" he Mild, tist church in Mt. Sterling and Miss ing, etc. Many of too best people in developed a prolltahlo industry,' ami to bolt the ranks lor any cause And she told him yes, and they were wed. Carrie Stubblctleld, will be married at the county will be spectators. camps of hunters havu been established watop coupbcs sjoms to be dying away and there Is a Alas for maiden, alas forjudge. tho home of tho bride in Clinton, Oct. John Hayes, of Fayette, lost 400 panat all tho spplngs and Tor an olildeslgneraud wheat Held drudge. ;"th. Itegistcrpd Tho hides sell for strong disposition to adhere to tho els of worm fence, 2,02j yards of picket where bands resort. Lord pity them both anil pity lis all. of tho party, which has In .Splendid Policeman Mercer, of Owensboro, fell fence, 10 stacks of hay and o0 acres of and the halp of their manes principles Tor Maud didn't own the wheat at all. individuals Both view the general welfare and to dis And tho Judge remarked when ho learned from a tree on a picket fenco and was grass by a tire started from sparks and tails brings lft cents a ound. last Fall's and charge the obligations so sacredly Im fatally injured. Ho was to havo been from a C. S. engine. Boone Muir lost jjlhis Spring's far the cheat: Versailles docs posed upon us by our ancestry, in re 'Phi illsnateh from Don't talk to me about dollar wheat!" married next day to the widow Thomp- f0 panels of post and railing fence and row, l'rices reasonable No charge fox not show that prosperity has struck malnlng true to our pledges. W. .1. I.amptou In New York Sun. son, who at once asked that the cere- 30 acres of grass. Dr. Strode also lost crating. there yet: On traders' alley J. II. Is E. J. UcBOBE&TS, Stanford. mony bo performed bo that she could much fencing. It took 100 men nearly The Colossus of Khodes, a broiuo statute, horses that five years ago would have BRODHeflD. all day to extinguish the tire. was 105 feet high. It was made by Chares nurse him and it was done. brought from $10 Us o0 Mld for 75 cla According to an authority on the A. S. bought and The L. & N. Is piping water from wan, aided by an army of workman, con- -s A New Jersey youth found it necesand $1. These horses are resary to tako a gun and till his sweet- subject, there havo been 97 lynchlngs It Surgeon lined -' years In Its construction. killed. Their Hesh Is fed to hogs and Boono's. Dentist, Mrs. C. Sklrvln and son aro visiting mained In position In thu harbor of Khodes heart full of bird shot before she would since Jan. I. Texas heads tho list with sold. A horse hide usually their hides for till years, ami was thrown down by uu consent to become his wife. The shot 11), while Kentucky is away down with J. M. Adams. brings (pom "ft cents to $1.2T. Ky. on tho ground C. 221. Judge James Denton, of Somerset, earthnuako It. was sold It layHebrew for old gun Is rather a ruthless successor to five to her credit. Of tho victims 14 tlmo in tho history of to a For tho llrst 8'JI years, uiul Office orer Mclloberts' Drug Store In the Owtler for tho nomination for metal. Ho carried away 000 camel loads, tho bow and arrow which ued to figure wero white, 80 Negroes and three Now York State, tho records show that and candidate liiilldlos. Thlrty-tlv- e wero hanged for in tho Cupid episodes. circuit judge In this district, spoke to a or about 720,000 pound of bronze. Insanity is on the decrease. On tho . Mr. Will R. Gaines, late of this coun- murder aud tho rest for rape and large and enthusiastic audience Mon llrst of August there were IllJIlO InA poor editor who knows how It Is lilm ty, and Ml sa Lula Stuart, daughter of Institu- dav night. From present indications mates In public and private New York girl Mr. William Stua-t- , of Crab Orchard, Tho toll gate on tho Lexington pike, Donton will lead Monow In this pre- self, says: "It Is said that a tions, while on tho llrst of September kneads bread with her gloves on. That is wero married in tho parlors of tho Wll-lar- d u mile south of Washington, in Mason cinct at tho ratio of about ft to 1. no news to us. Wo need bread with our there wero only 21,009. Hotel, Louisville, Tuesday, by county, was again destroyed by raiders Horn, to the wife of J. M. Adams, on boots on, we need bread with our pants on, In tho yellow feWednesday's record Rev. Carter Helm Jones. Dr. Sloan last week. They cut tho pole to pieces the 2!)th, a line boy. J. Harvo Dunn who aro so much la ver district included four deaths and 2ft was In Knoxvlllo buying goods last ami If those sultscrlbcrs soon, wo will need and Miss Mary Mr. Ben and then burned It, togother with arreais don't pay up cases in New Orleans, ono death week. J. Thomas Cherry and wife aro bread without any thing on." new Gaines and Mrs. Beauregard Stuart the small building used to shelter the : : Ky. and 24 now cases at lid wards and four In Cincinnati buying Fall goods. M. Alexander, stood up with tho couple, collector. Office on Lancaster street at Itcsldence havo who went tho samo afternoon to live at prison commissioners Tho now cases at Mobile. There havo been G. Aldrldgo returned from Louisville Wayneshuku.-a- t Died on Wednesday I have opened a shop at tho forks of the over 200 cases at Kdwards and almost Thursday, where ho had been buying elected Dr. A. II. Stewart, present pri- Little Mount, Spencer county. Tho 10 P. M.. Versa, the beautiful and Iluhtonvlllu ami Mllledgurlllu pikes, uuar population Is stricken. groceries. Ho will open his stock in son physician, deputy warden of tho bride is an excellent and popular lady, tho entire male of Mr. und Mrs. Mr. 1'. Hold's and am prepared to do all Frankfort penitentiary to succeed L. tho groom a clever business man and lovely little daughter lingering Illness kinds of Tho price of silver declined still fur- the old J. K. Woodyurd stand. G. Gooch, after a T. Neat, resigned. Dr. Ben L. Brunei, tholr union will doubtless prove a hajv-p- L. ther In New York Wednesday, reachof typhoid fever. Sho was tho young- Blacksmithing and Woodwork, young far- of Hart county, succeeds Dr. Stewart us W. N. Byrd, a f cents, witho and one. ing est child and was so kind and gentle At the lowest prices and In tho lest nmnuur. cents of tho low-e- mer, ha9 tiled suit In Warren circuit prison physician. in two and Gov. Bradley hus ordered tho audi- that she was a favorite with every ono I guarantee all my work. 1 will tuko all sent their Tho Spanish ministry have court for $10,000 damages against three price on record. kind; of country produce, except for Regent ow- tor to pay tho Stat3 hoard of health who knew her. Tho heart brokeu moth- shoeing which CO cents, casli. Pleasehorse glvo A linn at Staunton, Va., advertised mon who wont before tho grand jury resignations to tho Queen and sorrowing father have the sym- me u shitro of your patronage. to prevent tho introduction of er ugly girls and straugo to say there and indicted him for disturbimr rollir- ing to disagreements us to the policy $2,000 1 for O. D. MAYES. pathy of the entire neighborhood. I yellow fevor Into tho State. lous worship. toward the United States. were 25 applicants. Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. IM i! 1 e clo-so- o Mld-dlesbo- ro i I VERY LOW PRIGES. t Speoial Prices on Caivfcoad Lots. J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. yffi-S- 40-pa- METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, A.C.SINE, CEILING, - rSTANFORD, K N t ".- SIDING, KY. NXsK FINISH. r -.-i -.-- 1 Farm and Yard FenceI :--1 r - -,- I r-.- -.- - 1 er go-b- y WINDOW GLASS. y DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoROBERTS. c; a tTM .'1 $ $1,-0- Met-cal- f, zmm agg&fo&i&i O .1 e, "sisBCPtJsC? '97 Met-shi- wheel-wome- n, OP "J 1 '. MWnMWifS, PRICE, mm HOGS. Du-roc- s. to-da- y Stanford, JBH s. Itsat-temp- t. DR. W. B. 7X17177, (1 Bos-sun- Oentlst, Stanford, -- y llfty-thrc- one-hal- well-to-d- o one-fourt- h at ,'.. ri f7; '- -- t " apftitttfs J K i ilN."''!' W. I. Ilorrln sold In Garrard a lot of Colin H. Milne, known to havo been west of tho Alle- feeders ut 3$c; a bunch of the first lithographer THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ghany Mountains, is dead atOwensbo-ro- , steers nt 3o and sonio yearlings at 2c nged S4. to2Jc. W. J. Loughridgc, of Lexington, Collector Yandall, of tho -- d district, Stanford. Ky., Octohkr i. 1897 is following the lead of Collector Ycr. bought 17,000 pounds of hemp of J. V. kes and lotting out democratic store McConnell, of Woodford county, at $2. 10. keepers by the score. W. P. WALTON. Joo Kendig, of Philadelphia, bought Tiivlor Minnix died at Soottsville mule colts from tho effects of a blow with an ax at Lancaster Monday indicted by Mrs. L. B. Bradly, whom at $15 to $25. He bought only u low Thk district dunoorntic committee Our counters and shelves nre groaning under the weight of new Minnix,. while drinking, had attacked grade. met hero yesterdny ami nominated Mr. goods nnd still they continue to come. Some brand new attractions The Harrodsburg Savings notes a George T. Farris, of Garrard, for State in her home. It is a great harvest for all who are looking for bargains. Hope Coleman and Rush Reynolds, sale of a pair of IfiJ hand horse mulos tin's week. Senator for the counties of Lloylc. CaLincoln, there being In a friendly for $127.50 and corn at $1.50 u barrel in Kvery day something new; every time something good sey, Garrard and of Ilopklnsvlllo', engaged You bein no other candidate, and the resolution scullle over a loaded pistol, when the the Hold. to feel chilly now and it is time for you to discard that summer un B. C. Sandidge, of the West End, giving it the power in that event. J. weapon was discharged, fatally woundderwear for something warmer. We area public benefactor when it A Fuukkai.. judge has at last been ing Reynolds. has a hornless bull calf which weighs E. Carson, of Lincoln, J. S. Chrisman, comrs to health giving and warmth giving I months old. of Gar- found, who gives a little aid and comWho can of Boyle, and M. D. Hughes, Gen. Weylor has Issued a decree deJ 400 pounds at rard, were present; Casey was not rep- fort to those democrats whohuvlnggot-tc- n daring stifl in force his prohibition of beat that ? taste of pap desire to continue to the exortation of loaf tobacco raised Bon Bright, of Hath, sold to J. B. resented. Mr. Farris is nt present chief of police of Lancaster and is a hold on to the teat. Judge Jackson at in tho provinces of Havana and Plnar Embry, of Nleholasvllle, 118 1.500-lthorough democrat. lie was born in Wheeling, W. Va., granted a del Rio Cuba. exiwrt cattlo at 4 J cents. They wore 25c for men's Merino and ribbed shirts. 50c for men's wool fleeced order prohibiting United States Lincoln county 45 years ngo and is reA discharged farm hand named shipped to Liverpool. Uansfords of Collector White from removing his Charles Hurgens, of Daviess county, by W. F. Schulte, shirts. Alleviate, owned S for men's natural wool suils. lated to the Owsleys and $1.50 per suit for men's all thisscction. He was a traveling sales- subordinates and there s joy in many hnt. hU former emnlover's son in tho of Louisville, won the Proviso stakes wool scarlet medicated underwear, worth 52.50. 50c for ladies' unman for a long time with headquarters anxious hearts. back and burned most of the old man's at Harlem, and the owner and his ion suits, fleece line, worth 76c. 20c for fleeced pants and vests, friends won $30,000 on him. corn and hay. at London, but for six years has lived Since tho Spectator has boxed tho Rutland McEnery, nephew of SenaJames R. Keeno bought Kingston bought to sell at 35c. 20c ptr pair for men's wool half hose. 25c in Lancaster, in which city he married. both the olitlcal compass, Adair county demo- tor McEnery, of Louisiana, was shot from M. F. Dwycr for $25,000. Ho will pair for ladies' fine, all wool hos- -, worth .OC. Mr. Farris is popular with pair for misses' crats have determined to have a paper factions of the party and thinks ho can and fatally wounded while leading a be placed in the stud at Castleton, near and children's fine wool hose. doesn't cbunga its politics like a poll the full strength, feeling confident that party in pursuit of a Negro who had Lexington, to succeed Domino. man does his coat, and will in a few Star Pointer and Joe Patchon each COMFORTS AND HLANKETS. New, fresh goods and what that ho can best the Hon.13. B. King, days launch tho News, to fight for de- assaulted a whito girl. who has been made tho republican The tens of tnousands who witnessed went against time at Torre Haute, Ind., we offer you now are bargains only obtainable here. mocracy and against Hindman and the 50c each for standard bearer. the magnificent struggle for a leaguo Tuesday, when the former wont his a good, fancy quilted comfort republican party. $1 each for for full size satine compennant at Baltimore proved conclu- mile In 2:00J and the latter in 2:01. A uoltockatic organ makes three $2 each for large size English figured brown horse mule, four years old fort, with white cotton filling. The primary In tho 2Sth judicial dis sively the great love of tho American A 15 separate anil distinct mentions that the hands high came to my farm satine comfort, best filling and handsome designs. people for Yankee Doodle's own game. and Is getting red hot with ootn can 75c pair for full National democratic petition for a trict Because ho was refused admittance about Aug. 2j. Owner can got him by size gray and white blankets. $1.50 and $2 pair for extra didates for circuit judge, claiming tho sizt, all place on tho November ballot was race. Judge Morrow seems to have to his home, Frank Fadallen, of De- paying for this notice and his kcop. wool, red and white blanks with fancy borders. Bigned by nearly 0,000 names gathered lead, however, and from what we troit, Mich., secured a gun and pistol Greenberry Bright. In 14 counties without particular effort. the At the Gravosond race track Ben DRESS GOODS In new and stylish effects bought before the will come under the string a and shot his son and a passer by named can That is nothing, however; people are sure learn if not an easy one. Joseph Studelman, to death and his Brush, at odds of 2 to 7, was beaten by general advance that is to take place in wool winner, goods and you may have prone to sign petitions and if these the Kentucky-brecolt Plaudit, atodds wife fatally. them at low tanfTpriccf. 20c buys nice, all wool dress goods in had been to hang Secretary Carroll, or 1. Both horses were bred by Il'EKS that have editorial matter John II. Webber, just back from the of 40 to others of his kind, there would doubt- set in n do not deserve Klondike with SII.OOO In gold, fell into "Brown Dick," of Louisville. beautiful patterns. 35c is our price per yard for 36 inch all wool Serless have been many signers. Besides, to have it read and as a matter of the hands of the Phllllstines in San Boone Hros. nnd Elijah Pence ship- ges in blue and black, a 75cjard for all wool broadcloth 50c valuetoo, people sign such petitions for love fact it is not as often read as that set Francisco and when they got through ped a car load of cattle and one of sheep for Indies' tailor made suiting, $4 inches wide. of fair play and to give tho minority a it the regular Kim measure. It is too with him he hardly had enough money to Cincinnati Tuesday. The cattlo suitable Nationals needn't trying on the eyes. chance. The wero bought of George S. Carixjiitcr, to take him to his homo In Detroit. SHOES AND HOOTS. Never before have we so completely lay tho Uattering unction to their The court of appeals reversed the W. A. Hall ami others at 3 to Jlje. Great ado is being made over the sentences of Charles Taylor, who was W. H. Wearon telephoned us from filled up with shoes and boots from floor to ceiling. The styles and souls though that Hindman will get variety are too numerous to mention, but suffice to say we can fit any 14 counties or in twice mysterious disappearance of Gov. 0,000 votes in to have been hung in Franklin county the Roller Mills as we wont to pto-- s of Michigan, as if he will be missHindman isn't in it and that number. for the murder of a woman, and of Pe- that September wheat closed at Chica- foot and any taste at a reasonable price. Take a look at our CLOTHafter this load of poles will sink Into ed. Car loads of such fellows ought to ter Vinegar, who was to have been go yesterday at 87 i and December at ING and overcoats especially. It is the biggest line in town. the obscurity from which his little disappear and cease from troubling ev- hung in Woodford, for tho murder of lJL At that rate It will soon slump nomination temporarily resurrected ermore. back to (0c. his wife. him. Seventy-sihogsheads of excellent Georgetown says the A dispatch from TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN furnishes the water- - Burley tobacco brought an average A. UIWAXSKY A CO, IWmirrona. big spring which We are not now and never have been COUNTY. supply for tho town, the electric light price of ?ll).25 in Louisville Wednes will gladly wela calamity howler and T. I). HANKY, Manaoku I am informed that it has been chnrg-c- d plant, ice plant and street railway has day. Tho highest price realized for come a return of prosperity, whether that I either mutilated some ballot Ml. Sterling, it comes under a republican adminis- at the November election, 1S94, so as gone dry. The pumps at tho water ono hogshead was 20, which is equnl I'arin, Carlisle, Uoorgotovtn, Bnrdstown, Lnwrvnrcliurg, Cynlhlnnn, Vcrsfillo, Klitnbothtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. city Is in to the maximum price jwiid this year. works are shut down and the tration or by reason of the single gold to havo them counted in my favor, or darkness. At a mule show In Scott tho premstandard, but a love of truth compels had guilty knowledge that some ono The dead body of Peb Fulls was ium mule was sold for $50 and resold us to 6ay that If times are any better else had done so. In a deposition given found dangling ut the end of u rope six for $00. There were several mule buyhere we have failed to discover It. That a few days after that time, and now on miles from Cowan, In lUcklnghnm ers present and a number of mules will improve, however, and have they file in the Lincoln county court, I swore county, Va., and the woman is supios-e- were sold at from $17.50 to 50. A lot improved in the commercial centres that I knew nothing about the mutilaVirginians of 1, to have been lynched. cattlo brought 4 with we have no reason to doubt, but the tion of the ballots. I repeat that state- must be deteriorating when they get to $1 premium on tho head. Times. country will be the last to feel a revivnow, and any man who says that lynching women. al of business, as It 'was last, to eel its ment J. C. Johnson bought of Farris Jc I did mutilate them or had any knowlA fellow named Meeker has sued the Whitley 31 contraction. It would have been the edge of cattle at III. Joe its being done, is an infamous Western Unloh Telegraph at Kansas same no matter who had been elected. F. Ware sold to J. C. Johnson a big lot My life has unscrupulous It will come not on account of McKln-le- y and spent among liar. people of Lin Citv for S2.000 for transmitting this of corn, to be fed in tho field at $2. Fur. been the telegram from an enemy of his: "Your ris it Whitley bought of Sam Cecil 400 or republicanism but In spite of It. coln county and I don't believe they sweet lies give you the advantage of J barrels of corn, to be fed by Cecil, at Rubber Coats, Melntoslios, Trunks and "Valises. rices THE court of appeals, which has just think me a felon. If any man thinks me. Use it if you like, but learn whom what the purchasers considered $1.50. Low. Terms Cash. more off, Is howl- that I had anything to do with mutila- you are robbing. Pay for your own taken three months or Advocate. ing for help. It Is three years behind ting the ballots, cither directly or in- messages." The Chicago quotation on horses is in Its docket and cases are rapidly ac- directly, he ought not to vote for me. A suit for $10,000 damages has been George B. Cooper. brought at Dresden, Tenn., by Bill cxpressers and heavy drafters, $70 to cumulating. The Legislature will be $185; 1,200 to 1,400 pound chunks, $55 called on for relief, but it would be betPenlc ugalnst the father for eroding a to $S5; 850 to 1,150 pound chunks, $20 to ter if that body could pass a law to MARSEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. monument with this Inscription: L. B., $50: couohore und ftiot road horses, $05 compel tho judges to earn their salarLancaster, Sept. .'50, 3 M. Re- son of J. C. and L. J. Cute, born April $275: ordinary drivers, $30 to $70. These ies, they could soon relieve the docket publican county committee nominated 10, 1870. Married Wlllio Freeman prices nre for good sound horses, five to themselves. There is no more reason Noah Marsec for representative. Dec. 21, 18S7. Was shot and killed by eight years old, well broken and In that these judges should take three or M. D. Hughes. Bill Penlc Dec. 11, 1800 caused by Pe good tlesh. four months off a year, when the'y are nlc swearing a lie on Cuto's wife. Aged J. W. Bales, agent for Schwartz-child- s paid for tholr full time, than an editor 20 years, 8 months und 1 day. Told & Co., shipped from here yester. Latest und most approved Styles und Deigns. Every Instrument Guaranteed. A Com- or any other business man should do so. day over tho L. & N. 21 cars of cxort pleto Mint of A Congress of cripples numbering All work and no pay makesJack a dull cattle. These cattle wero bought sevFHRM AND TRADE, boy, but there can be entirely too much 2,000 is in session at St. Louis. eral weeks ago of Douglas .fc Parrish A Whitedale, Mich., brute, murderplay for the public's good. S. K. Duddcrar bought in the East and Milton Covington and were a fine ed his mother and then committed sui- End. 15 heifers at $12. lot, averaging about 1,500 pounds, for The republican ticket is made up of cide. B. W. Glvens has bought about 40 which Bales paid from 4 to 4! cents. turncoats, who turned when turned The dead body of an unknown bicy822. Richmond Register. down by tho democrats, several very cle rider was found along the road near cotton mule colts at about Surgical Supplies ii Specially. Wo guarantee Price-- , ami Quality. Henry Baughraun hold to Boone Bros, F. Reid is one of tho few farmers who SVAnd common plugs and a light sprjnkling Iaducah. cattle at !ic. a lot of has an abundance of stock water. He of lair men. As a whole It is incompeJohn Gordon, of Cleveland, O., fell & F. F. & M. M. Sandldge sold to F. P. has 175 cattle and about 50 horses and tent and unworthy of the votes of those from bed while asleep and broke a leg hogs at .'l.0.". Bishop 75 mules and it is very fortunate for him who seek a better government. On and an arm. W. M. Mathcny sold to Woods & that he is not compelled to haul as it the other hand, the democrats have James Carrigan and wife, colored, would take several men their entire nominated un exceptionally good tick- fought at Lexington and both are in Lynn some 1,000 pound steers at .'IJ. time to supply them. He has several et of men who if elected will be a cred- the hospital. Tho Elizabethtown News roiortB g ponds which are fed by it to tho county. Honest men regard Churles Carter and Mrs. Crane, a sales of 13 yearling mules at $2." to $50. springs arm water is never a scarce arless of party are bound to admit this and young wife, of Chesterfield, Ind., elop The Advocate says there are about with him. Having considered thoqucstloti from almostovery standpoint, wo havo decided to adopt if they follow tho dictates of conscience ed on a tandem. 2,000 export cattle In Boyle county still ticle From 1,750 to 2,000 cattle were on tho they will vote to make their election Gov. Bradley will be chiof orator at unsold. sure. s There is a butter famine throughout market yestorduy. Owing to tho exthe centennial eclebrationof the foundnorthern Indiana on account of tho dry tremely dry weather, prices wero off a The board of trustees of tho Ken- ing of Augusta, tomorrow. quarter of a cent us compared witli lust Tho skull found at Lawrcnceburg, pastures. tucky Schools of Refornvmet at Louiscourt, and some wero left over unsold. Jteglnnlng July 1, 1S97, bollovlng that It will lw moro satisfactory to U)th buyer nnd sollor. G. A. Slier bought in Whitley 50 No ville Tuesday and decided to enter a Ind.. at first believed to be Pearl BryThe top price, 4 cents, was obtained 1.. .bad dubtH will accumulate, .consequently wo can hull goods cheaper. It will tako much 1...1 in,... 1... ...... .1 ., very r .... ... mandumus suit against Auditor Stone an's, turns out to be the skull of a man. cattle calves at $10 and wny u,o cash yst..m will ""r l d for lot of fi& extra feeders. Chris Becker, an aged widower, cattlo at 31c. w''"tory. Wo only uhW you to try It nwhllo and U you Hud It Is not to your P to compel him to issuo warrants on the sold lou verj common V!intngl.( wo w, I10t klck 0I1 your ,)Uylll fron, mmhnntH wll0 so on credt J. A. Dudderar sold to J. A. Burn-sid- e sneep bit odeana W(ro $100,000 appropriation for the building crossed in his second love, committed at lie lot or Jambs at lsflu,i wo cun uU yoil kwhU from 10 u 25 per cent, chunpor than tho credit mon uml mlm a lot of steers at 3c and a few suicide in'Loulsville by shooting himthl of tho schoolti, he having refused to do. 4c. A large number of mule colts were nhould certainly iw an inducomont to you. Very truly, heifers at 3c. Accordingly the suit was brought Wed- self in the head. nn tbn miinlrnt. A four urtlrl mni'A mttlna Lost, a red yearling steer, is dehornTho American Malting Company, .' Tyi JO. nesday in Judge Cantrill's court and it $.'10 to 80O, horse mules, brought M M is hoped a speedy decision will bo ren- the latest thing in trusts, has been in- ed and will weigh 700 pounds. S. R. 820 to $."0. Winchester Democrat. Rowland. dered whether, as the Louisville Times corporated ut Trenton, N. J., with a Cook, Joe Patchen has had four different suggests, Auditor Stone is like Louis capital of $30,000,000. James Vanover and John Smith, drivers this year. John Dickerson now adXIV, the whole State or only an Koyal makes the food pure, wholetorae and delicious. ministrative and comparatively small aged Daviess county farmers, fought a has him In churge. duel with corn knives and both will George Wood bought of J. J. Walk Headed toy U. S. MODEL, DO. 38,353. part of It. u Son of Klovor's Model, No. 3'J.TIO. tho (jreatost breeding hog living, nnd HUNDLEY'S likely die as a result of it. came at mv anu som er 11 CLAUDE, No. IS.C0I, son of tho World' Columbian Champion, Cluuuo, No. 11,007. Tlno Isn't it about time the papers were Henry Burt Vansant, of New York 20 heifers at $13.10. toppy young Ixmrs ready for horvlco. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows giving tho people a rest with reference City, who has been a sufferer with -, In every respect, with UhiM'Cfalty, forttalo, ThU stock Is strictly II. II. and George Boone sold to J. to Hunter. One day they havo him ac- stomach trouble for years, coughed up H. Baughman & Co. Wednesday 300 pedigrees. Prices roiitonuhlu and satisfaction guaranteed. Vrltoyour waul or como and see my hogs. cepting the Gautemalu mission, the a live frog three inches long. bushels of wheat at 87c. A few fresh Jersey Cows for salo. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth IVkln Duck Is to be noxt day refusing it: then he A. K. HUNDLEY. Hox 105, Danville, Kv.' Eggs, SI for l!i. C. C. McClure's Walter C. is in TenJohn Boecker, a farmer living near surveyor of the port at Louisville; unon Carroll, Iowa, shot his wife and six nessee winning everything he goes for. pension agent, a candidate for Congress children and then killed himself. He He won two ruces at Louden. und a candidate for governor. Tho is believed to have been insane. John W. Parrlsh sold his bunch of people are tired of seeing the old gum Mins Pearl Joseph, of Tulluhoma, big cuttle, consisting of 300, to Joe shoe's name in print. Let him go to Teun., attempted suicide via the mor- Bales for 4.85. Richmond Climax. -Guinea, Ualifux and even to Hades, but phine route because her beau Star Pointer now holds both tho went out for God's sake give us u rest. time and race record for the world, driving with her younger sister. ulso the three fastest heats in a race. Miss May Hensley, a school teacher THE Luetgcrt trial for killing hid Absolutely Pur IsJ Receiving his- Nivama. director treneral of tho im- wife either by grinding her into sau- living near Louisa, this State, was sage or reducing her to soap fut, still thrown from a buggy and killed while pedal stud of the Mikado of Japan, Is drags Us weary length along und prom- driving with her beau who escaped in- - in Lexington to buy thoroughbreds for J ROYAl BAKIhd POADIR CO., fiEW YORK. uoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed, Give him a Call: jury. ises to do so for four weeks yet. than n waste of words and to appeal space for tho to regular democrats to vote for Hind-maThey are not going to do it, no matter how specious tho plea and how alluringly the bait is concealed. They know that Hindman has no earthly chance of winning, he himself not claiming over 10,000 votes, and as it is a choice between electing u democrat and turning tho olllce over to n repub lican, they will see to it that their ballots are stamped under tho rooster. Tho race is between Shackelford and Bailey. Hindman, Parker and Wallace are very small side allows. Courier-Journal It is worse n. Still Rolling On At The Louisville Store. I 50-od- d 11 b resM-aln-In- g Underwear and Hosiery 1 I2c d double-colum- Xfl - ed Pin-gre- e, x THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kini-iii-nc- e, d Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, 205-pou- Gents' Furnishing Goods H. J. McROBERTS. M V l)50-oun- d i i. TRUSSES I CRAIG News Briefly Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. I 800-pou- 100-poun- d never-fullin- A Word To You. -- THE CASH SYSTEM, "cl"; two-year-o- ld 11 1,000-poun- ., ... I ad-w- h hi 11 .o-l- b .... .; ..r I ! J-- f? f9 FC UADnrm AgLJM I, Higfi Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjiias. tlrst-clato l.U'Ji-poun- Tf AKlN POWDER "i KW H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERGflANT TAILOR -- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. k. 1 I ? I l"ll M ' tsMNMWsYMwlWsMBW i3tirn"ii mins' "iiir.i ii fi tW,W Wi n 1i lii'ni'o sjsMrii . iniifc - mW'i'Ii (aWUfWMM'iM, ',mmmm .L TH THEINTER10R JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Octoiikk t, 12. 1897 C. Walton, Businixs Mavoi:ii. x"blllio Arrwo3aaya,Q.n.A Xridiwo ( Sii JMCKY.IfiA.IC. IN AUVANOIC T When tint rorialilffiZ.SO will Ik) cliaixnl. I'ur.sruil'TlONSnro IIHlmI rlnht and at rljjlit prices at Penny' Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mil T. L. Chow wont to Loulavlllo Tu ok day. A. Al.i.r.N la vlrtltlni' Mr A. OlTutt In Lobanon. Aliis. Amanda Cowan, of Somertot, Is visiting Mrs. Joint M. Hall. II. L. Wahd, of Marian county, wan liero this week looking for a farm. AIllH. .1. Window glass, all sizes, cheap at HON. It. C. Warrkn will speak at Craig it Hooker's. o the next county court day 1 o'clock for tho democratic party. at Wi: can send tho New York Trl- y Weokly World and our A HOY. T. W. Hutchison, of the for 2.V a year. Highland vicinity, tells us that a young democrat has just arrived at his house. s Two for rout both adjoining Farmers Hank & Trust Co. W, J. L. Froiiman it Co., of tho Globo. P. Walton. D'anvllle, has freed tho pikes so far as Take ad- Thkhi-- : have been no now develop- their patrons aro concerned. antago of tho offer on our 4th page ments as to the assassination of Preachihon you go to their city. er Stanton. Pr.OPLK from several miles out In tho HlooiNS A: Mc'KlNNUY nro making country aro getting their supply of special prices on Studebaker wagons. ator now for family use out of Call and see them. tho cistern of Judge T. L. Shelton, SlU'OND-llANLightning Hay Press sending wagons to haul it once a day. coiirt-hoiiHm Soinl-Wooklstore-roomii Killing Pigs. Foxes have killed a number of young pigs belonging to George S. Carpenter and other farmers along Logan's Creek. you have more than one quality of any drug dered, and when we do not specify the maker, lv It Is new and true you will always find It in tho Interior Journal. It said that Black Diamond Railroad 13.--W- N. here or- Boone would not bo here Tuesday and he wasn't. So far there has been no speaking of consequence in this county nnd wo hope thoro will be little. It was Col. Hill we believe who said he did not know which was tho biggest fool, tho man who makes a speech or the one who to one. 1 piwavs Send fehe Besfe. the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your prescriptions are always properly filled here. is That and second-han- d Miss SallikGukkn, of Crab Orchard, in with Mrn. Jainon F. CummiiiH. K. T. Punch, .lit., has ontorod Kon- tticky Wcsleyan Collect) at Winches-tor- . Cait. Fkank IlAltitis jolllos Josh Jones gloriously In tho Lobanon I'ul-col- n. Miss Mahy Kliza Pknci: loft tives. Wed- nesday for Kansas City to visit relaMils. A. A. McKlvnky went to Louisville Wednesday to buy millinery good. tho Mil C. K. Tati: has law departtuout of Centre Colloffo, Danvillo. Mil S. II. Cook and daughter, Sal He, have both been qnitu sick with asthma. Dkldkn went to Louisville this week to get a situation but did not JAMKS iiccot"I Oil I. S. Witsi.KY and Mr. of Middloburir, .). C. wore here yesterday. Mil (Jkoihjk Cayiw, of Danville, sH.nt several days with his old friund, Mr. W. S. Wurrun. Mlts. W. L. Kvans and son accompanied Mr. Kvann on a trip to the mountains yostortluy. Kvi:n with the limited number of subscribers, wo find tho telephone ex A HRANCII on Mr. S. II. Shanks' change a most convenient institution farm, which he says has not boon dry and before long many of us will bo for (JO years. Is nov as dry as a bono. wondering how we ever did without It. Somi: scamp set liro to a tree on J. C. IIkld Oykil Hob Stephenson, a I lor ton's farm near Preaehctsville and Negro who has just served a term In sparks from it set lire to his fences, jail for carrying concealed weapons, burning nearly 100 panels. was tried Tuesday on a peace warrant sworn out by John Beazloy, also colorMusical contest and cako wajk at Walton's Opera House Fri- ed, and held over till circuit court in day. Admission 'I'm to all parts of tho $100, which he was unable to give. house. Seats reserved for white peoHash Hall. Manager Ed Sparks, ple. of tho Danvillo base ball club, and Mr. Notice Is hereby given that J. II. John Mcltoberts, of that place, were Sowdur Is no longer an agent for mo In horo Tuesday advertising tho great tho renting or sale of my farm or oth- gamo of ball which will be played at erwise. Miss Ijow Hrlgh:, Middles-bor- Little Britain Monday afternoon between tho Cincinnati Reds and the Danville team. A fine game is expected. TllK horse driven by Charllo Johnson, son of Free Silver, scared at a .100 A resident of New Obunch of sheep on tho Somerset pike ilcan, casks. writes to his brother hero that tho other day and running oil demol- there uro over 600 cases of yellow feished tho buggy. Mr. Johnson oca-o- d ver in that city instead of less than 200 Injury. as the newspapers state. He says a Foot Hall.-Dox- tor Hallou wants monstrous effort Is being made to conthoro young tnun who are fond of tho ceal the true state of affairs concerngamo and who can play foot ball, to ing the dread disease which exist there. meet him at the (Saturday) afternoon for tho puriwsc of IN Hoc. Bill Thurman, a West End organizing an eleven. Negro, win) was indicted for sodomy NKW STOKILMossrs. David S. HllTo several terms of courts ago and who and Henry D. MeCluro, of McKinuey, has succeeded in eluding the olllccrs since, was arrested near McKlnney by will open a now general morohandit-Sheriff T. D. Newland Tuesday and storo there In a few days. Doth aro popular and experienced gentlemen and placed in jull. Tho Negro took to his they should, and doubtless will, do a heels when he saw the officer, but a cheap. U. IC. farm wagon for Wcaron & Son. Mile m Mr. G. B. Cooper, democratic candidate for coun ty clerk, brands any scoundrel who dares say ho mutilated or hud any knowledge of tho mutilation of ballots in his race in 1801 as an infamous liar and those who know "Thompsle" back him In the charge. Worse than Liar. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. mmMm:mwsmm I to-night, m rain seem to have All parted and people havo settled down In a hopeless condition to await the final conflagration. Tho earth Is ns dry as a bono and was never In u better condition to burn. Stock water and even drinking water Is short In many localities und schools aro being dismissed because of a lack of it. The freo town trough is proving a God send to the stgnB of de- Dress Goods. We can surely- - $! o. people in and all around town und it is wonderful to see how much water tho thirsty animals can take at a drink. Please You 36-inc- li 36-i- n. speaking of his record as a republican our good Baptist friend, Mr. A. IN C. Carman, nominee for representa- I'ourt-hous- o -- tive, snld at the Negro seance at Turnersvllle Wednesday night that he was proud of the fact that ho voted for Abe Lincoln before he was 21. Adding, it is said: "I don't know whether all of you will be permitted to vote or not, but I trust that you will all try," thus encouraging the Negro to break tho laws of his country by voting before he Is a man In tho eyes of the law. Verily politics is demoralizing. Dr. William Cluuser, aged SO, ii I In 6tylc and prices. all wool Se'ge.. all colors 2oc. all wool Novelties, all colors, 25c. 40.inch French Sergo, all colors, 35c. Novelties, all co'ors, 50c. New Paitls,-siland wool, COc. lino Novelty Diess Goods at CO cents. -10-in40-inc- h f 2" 155 i &? IS!! We are Showing all the New Silks, More new IHtAIlJSnnd VELVETS FOKTKIMMIXG. Braids have the call and we can sh ow you many new ones. Drcs Goods next week. i 9B m S3 a bach J. I 1: Wkstisiikiki.d, of rarkftvllle, good business. was hero Wednesday to see his brothGkouok Wiiitt, who had been in er, L. M. WuMorllold. tho asylum for tho past year and who J. L. Tannkh, of the Unit of Tanner escaped and walked home, was restored Bros., McKlnuoy, Is in tho cities this to citizenship Tuesday. Tho old man week after tnoro goods. was a pensioner and had him-e- lf tried Mil Josh Jonks Is back from his In order to gut his pension coollnued, delightful Western tour. Ho saw two as ho Is dependent upon it. snows while In Montana. Mn.LlNl!UY.-Ml- ss Jarboo has reLi:VIS SlNULKTON. brother of K. O. Singleton, of Turnersvillc, Is quite turned from Cincinnati with a full line of fall and winter millinery. The sick with malarial fever. Finn, styles this year will be prettier than Missr.s Caltha and of Crab Orchard, aro guests of their over. Mourning millinery a specialty. You are Invited to call. MUs Llccle brother, Mr. Hon W. Fish. of Heazloy. Mil and Mils. Isaac Kissack, Lexington, aro guests of their daughOCR friends In the Heo Lick section ter, Mrs. William Hamilton. should not fall to Hon. K. Hp-smuh couple of shots scared him so that he was glad enough to give up and return to Stanford with him. Nkor6 republican club was organized at Turnersvllle Wednesday night A when tho following distinguished speakers of both races "orated": Jim Johnson, Ben Alford, Bob Davison, A. C. Carman, Joe Phelps, B. B. King, FOR RENT. Young Curtis, Bob Brown and Wolfe Goode. Tho Negro was especially urgI desire to rent for IMS tliu farm I live on ed to bo a democrat until the day of containing 140 acres; good dwelling und election and to take all tho money he outhouse. Land productive. About U3 acres In grass, balance In cultivation. could get. The same crowd will hold K. L. TANNER, JR.. McKlnney. forth at McKlnney Monday night for the purpose of organizing. 01-- clor, and a wealthy retired farmer of Hartford City, Ind., was married to Miss Florence Dill, 18 years old. They both claim their union is u lovo match. Madison county farmers'of the White Rail section aro hauling stock water from Kentucky river, u distunzc of six miles. Conrad Iliutt sold to R. L. Hubblo a mare mule colt for $40. immmmm8mmiwmm a SEVERANCE fi & SONS. 1! The Best SDisc Drill BEST : MADE ! Lies Don't Co. Messrs. H. K. Wetiren & Sou, Stanford Gentlemen: In reply to your letter will say that tho Kentucky IMc Drill stands strictly 011 Its merits; tho makers light their law suits In court and not In the paix'rs and no purchaser of this drill need tear any legal entanglement. AlfO thtit other drills must bo dellclont In real merit when their makers wok to scare imoi1u Into buying them. Wo guaranteo protection. Yours, Hren-n& Co.s' Western Agricultural Works, I.oulsvlllo. Sept. 2. muffs wont work. There Karmers can wo for themselves. is no mistake about this machine helng au double-geared. II. ItoONK, of the Walnut Flat big audience and good attention and section, had one of his hands badly cut ho will give you a good speech. whllo cutting corn a few days ago. mm LivnitY ChaNoi:. Messrs. C. L. and Mil M.J. Moss, republican nominee for circuit judge In tho district in- M. K. Prultthavo bought 13. P. cluding Hell county, was horo yesterinterest In tho livery stable at Moreland of Prultt it Shcwmaker and day, Miss Lucy Pknninoton, after a tho linn is now Prultt Hros., including week's visit to Miss Ilottlo Rochester besides the above, Mr. G. 15. Prultt, and other friends, returned homo Wed- who was with Mr. Shewmakor. They muku a strong firm and will doubtless nesday. Nkws conies from Danvillo that A. do a good business. Logan Denny and wlfo aro felicitous His family having become dissutis-lie- d over tho advent of their llrst born, a Mr. C. F. Hroseke, who recently littlogirl. moved to Ottenhelm and took charge Miss MlNNiK StiiaI'H wont to Lon- of the hotel there, has decided to cloo don yesterduy to assist Mrs. L. J. Wilout and will sell his personalty at publiams in her millinery store tho ballic auction thoro Monday. He Is undeance of the year. cided where ho will locate, but thinks Mil Clahknci: Colbman, of is a frequent contributor to this it not improbable that ho will ilnd something to do In Stanford. paper, took Tuesday's train for the 1 Nash villa KXjosltlon. W. It. Hick, of tho Hodgovillo secs. John S. VanWiniclk and tion, has bought a half interest in H. Cal Fackler, of Danville, wore horo G. Fox's livery 6tablo at Danvillo for Wednesday to sec tholr old school- $1,000 and will take chargo Mr. mate, Dr. W. N. Craig. ltlco, who has boon considered a StanMil Caul Hanbkh, who thought of ford boy for tho last several years, has buying n farm here, has bought n a legion of friends hero who wish him farm at Clark's Station, In JelTor-o- n success and will gladly throw what buscounty, and orders his paper sent iness they can into his hands. there. McAlistkil Elmer It., Luick MoDougald, formerly of this son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McAlis-toplaco, but now of Danvillo, had his of Moreland, died of something right arm broken while working for says tho like diphtheria a fow days ago und was tho Danvillo Steam Laundry, burled In BulTalo Cemetery after serviAdvocate. .TUDGK J. M. QUARLKS, of Staunton, ces at tho homo by Rev. T. II. Cole man and prayer at tho gravo by Rev. Vn., was hero several days taking In tho claims of Mrs. Mary J. H. Crouch. Ho was a bright little Johnson in some mineral lands in follow and tho Idol of his parents who Augusta county, Va. Ho says that arc now bowed down with grief. Ho prosperity hasn't arrived in his section was n grandfon of Hon. 11. II. King. oven Jn a small degree. .lunar. M. D. Huc.hks, our excellent TllK third collision of tho scries oc Lancaster correspondent, attended tho curred at Fast Hcrnstadt Tuesday afconvention to nominate a candldato ternoon when freight train No. 52 WilThis Is liam Howell, conductor, and W. F. for Stnto Senator yesterday. tho first time ho had been in Stanford Kcyor, engineer, ran into freight No. for many moons and wo in common ."10, W. II. Sattertield, conductor, and with his many other friends woro glad Arthur Peatrse, engineer. Tho ongluo of tho former was damaged considerto see him. ably and tho caboose of tho latter was completely demolished, but fortunateHOME NEWS, ly nobody was hurt. It has not yet been decided where tho blame rests, DANKS llts spectacles. but a thorough Investigation will be Musical contest and cako walk at made. This collision occurred on tho the Opera House identical spot where tho two freight engines came together Saturday mornSchool tablets and writing paper, now and attractive, at W. B. McRob-o'ts- 1 ing last and tho railroad people aro now getting suspicious of tho place. Show-maker- 's Mid-dlebur- g, 1 Mil J. C.Hays, of Crab Orchard, ren speak for democracy's cause thoro informs us that a young democrat ar(Saturday) afternoon at 1 rived at his house a few day's ago. o'clock. Give tho old "true blue" a hear C. War- Will to wade through dust and rubbish to get your county office In any thing like decent shape to do business and no end of trouble to get your re cords straightened out," says Judge Dawson, a rellection on his creator, Bos Davison, which true as It doubtless is, shows an ingratitude that is sharper than a serpent's tooth. It Is to bo hoped that tho "jedgo" will have everything in shape to turn it over to Judge Bailey January 1. HAD "I ESTRAY. B. K. WEAREN & SON. Tlicro came to my pliicu Sept. 10. '97, a red Miorthorn bull calf, I or 5 months old. Owner can get him by paving for advertisTiikd Hacmann. ing und his keep. 1 Stanford. Ky. 01-4- UODGKCMinG BY FOR RENT. Posses Mv house on Main St., Stanford. sion glcn Nov. 1. Applv to undersigned or .McKlii-nuy'- s. Walker II. McKiuucv at lllgglns .V Mas. O. L. Holmes Stanford, Ky. J. C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Bridles, .Saddles, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Court-Hou- se Not True. Noticing tho Item says In HELLO ! will soon Ih) coming. Place your orders so that we can work early and late. We thank our lust issue in which Judge Dawson The strikers are going to work and coal that so veral witnesses In tho case Mr-ssu- common senso would havo made, even the Hotel at Ottenhelm on it docs not as the judge says, take a lawOct. yer to bo a judgo. against him for not working tho road you for past favors and kindly ask the conswore that he spread gravel on tho pike tinuance ot same. Wetluivu no solicitors orders, walking the streets, at$l a day and nmdo a hand on his farm, which will Ihs neatlybut await jour tilled. and promptly Mr. B. C. Sandidge asks us to say that Don't ask credit for wo have no capital to We would have In back no witness sworo that ho did manual la- olllce us. wo can't hear. a telephone see our Comu and us. but havbor at all. He did get 31 a day for NOEL St SON. (See "ad.") ing somo gravel spread and he docs not work on his farm, except to superintend It. Ho thinks that tho judge made a most outrageous decision against him, which it does not appear that a man of I will offer for sale lit public auction at 01-4t Room OppoMte J fstxr-'ikicr Square, Stanford, Ky yvr PUBLIC SALE ! '97, to-w- lt: or Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. prl-pric- es Next Monday, m m m to-da- y. 2(11-ac- ro four-year-o- ld r, dcj-osltlo- was the democrats who carried free turnpikes in Lincoln county and they will do It aguln to correct an Inexcusable error on the part of tho individual who should have known bettor. Wo raako tho assertion on the strength of tho poll books and tho further fact that the republicans wero afraid to let tholr ignorant members vote on tho question for fear they would spoil tholr ballots. In the Muxvillc voting placo of the Stanford precinct, Davison received 227 votes, free turnpikes 80, whllo 40 voted against them. We single out this precinct because it contains more Negroes than any In tho county and Is therefore tho best to prove tho claim that It was democrats and not republicans who carried tho It Wo are making preparations for a hig output of goods. When you hear our 4, you will then know we mean to ell tho goods. Our aim in making these un One p.ir-lTho following property, precedented prices is to reach out ami furnish our aojouling counties, which fact has set, 1 cooking stove. 5 lx'dsteads, always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. Wo are hero for bus 1 lounge, 1 washing machine. 1 lawn mower, I safe. I wardrobe, 2 sets of chairs, :i olllce iness, quicK saics ami bmau prouts. chairs, 1 churn, I sewing machine, 1 extension table, !l centre tables, 4 stands, 1 dresser, 1 bureau. 2 wash stands, u lot of dishes, crockery ware, kitchen tables, 1 book case, K. Camnitz, Manager. II lot of carpets, a lot of grain sacks, some Branch Store lamps, 1 settee, u lot of window blinds, 1 refrigerator, 5 IhhI mattresses, 4 tnul snrliiL'S, 3 scoop shovels, shovels und other garden tools, 1 lot tools, 4 window screens und a lot of cooking utensils, lot (lower stands, 3 rooking chairs und some lieddlng, knives, forks, spoons, lot stove plie, S Hat Irons, Ironing loard nnd step ladder, combined clothes rack, curtain poles and fixtures, 1 hanging lamp, quilting frames, swinging chair and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at U o'clock A. i. All sums of 8.1 and under, cash In hand: all over that amount a credit of 0 months, with O. I'. RROSHKE. upproveil security. J. P. Chundler.'Aue'r. Ottenhelm. Ky. W. W. WETHERS. STANFORD. at Ilustonville, II. u, election. The INTERIOR JOURNAL Is entitled to no credit for this as It was against free turnpikes as un original proposition. Wo only give it to show how false tho republican claim is that they tiro resiKMislblo for tho freo turnpike victory. Tho democrats carried the question before and will do so again, togothcr with the bond issue, with which to pay for tho pikes. Tho writer und many others who voted against freeing them before will veto to free them this time in order that the will of the majority may be carried out and becauso tho system of toll gates was doomed as soon as one county moved them. re- jjrajra Anynnn funding (julcklr ascertain, free, whether un invention la rrotintilr patentable. Communication strictly contiitenttal. Oldest ncency forcecurlnit patent lu America. We linvo a Washington offlcu. I'atenta taken tUrouxh Munn & Co. recvlra peclal uotlco lu tho EXPERIENCE. 80 YEARS tKL tKmBSWtmwMKlwP it 'mmm frJmA P'B lKj III Mrmnik Ft TRADE MAP.KS, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Ac. nketeh and description mar r-r- t' err. 7?0ZHAWII' SSS HIGGINS ! l& I ; MX.ai 'Jg? . SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, tMtaatlfullr Illustrated. Unrest circulation of anracleutlflo Journal, weekly, terms 13.00 a jean fLMJBlx uionttia. Specimen copies and lLuD llootf ON 1'atexts sent f roo. Addrcu The IUst Is always Imitated. Tho Superior Is the Geuutuo DUe Drill, lias been thoroughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other DUc Drills uro an oxporlnient'hnd an Infringement on the Superior. Suit has been entered lu tho U. S. Court against. 0110 com ; . pany for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate before buying. MUNN A CO., 381 Broadway, Norr York. 7UTKINNEY. V1 wwr ' T:"iI!1 i;.ti....-....i,..,,- r,. U- -. JJ3ear: j..w!--- t 5. v 5W! -- IT"""" "' 'V " ""'. wmm&mbmmfm&mimmwmmfm V,""l'l''""l'i (III iynii)iijiiinl 1, hi f 1 1 y Having The Largest, Finest and Most Complete Stock of Men's, Boys' And Children's In Central Kentucky, we offer you a SPECIAL INDUCEMENT to See Our Line and SAVE MONEY. R1 n m 11 fill 1 m Ul- 5Jv II I FREE TOLL TO DANVILLE, KY. " m - ' ' ' - We will Refund Your Toll on Every Cash Purchase of $10 and Over. Look at the Following: x.:.i.).j.)iAi'xi'lA.ij.ijljSp OVERCOATS. Nobby, I m M sflj SUITS. Well Made, Fit Nicely, a7 iT SHOES To Fit All Dressy, Stylish. ii Stylish. F4?&'l&vfy'ijTw&f'itlW'W .7 i l. ,wnrwwvvwnrirwv ...cir.t.r.;.r.;.-?r.!.r.f..t.-c'r..-.?r.ir.;..cy;;. Feet. Hats. Manhattan Shirts. One Low Price to all. SatisNeckwear at all Prices and Quality. Stetson Quick Sales and Small Profits. Every argument proves faction Guaranteed or Mpney Refunded. that we are the Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices. We sell Good Material at Low Prices. THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., 232 And 236 W. Main St., VICINITY NEWS. James Burden, of Jessamine, was killed by a falling tree. Mrs. Salllo Alexander died near Junction City, last Sunday. TUe Danville Water Company is selling water at 10c per barrel. . the Springfield Beginning bo raised to the third postroUlce is to to-da- y IKSZy Mason Hotel HI i !' -- Sheriff H. C. Smith, of Mercer, lost ihis residence by fire, worth $4,000, in insurance $1,500. of M II 5 The prohibitionists endorsed Miss Lizzie Fogle's candidacy for school superintendent. W. K. Brian, grand dictator of the 2Cniirhtd of Honor of Kentucky, is dead and Vice Dictator A. OlTutt, of Leba-aowill succeed to the position. S.7.H Kd Jones, for the killing of Simpson, wis held to circuit court at Manchester in a boud of $2,000. Sam Rowland, charged with being an accessory, was accuiUcd. John W. Wilkins, a traveling salesman for Gilbert Bros. & Co., Baltimore was arrested in Danville, charged with various forgeries and Spartanburg, S. C. old infant of The little F. Williams, of Ilarrodsburg, Ucv. J. who preached the college commencement sermon here in June, was found The smothered to death Tuesday. Free Pith. sleeping at 7 o'clock, and mother left it Send your address to It. E. Hucklcn A Co., Chimot wishing to disturb its slumbers, cago, anil get u free sample box of Dr. King's Ji'cw line I'll 1. A waited till nearly 0 o'clock, when she Lllu Ihcso pillstrial will rumaction joti of their iiitr-Iami arc particuare easy In the cure of sltk went to arouse the babe and found It lar! v cllectlte In Malaria ami constipation anil they heailacho I.her troubles cold in death. It is supposed that the have been prated Imaluable. They areguarantced to lieixrfeitly frvefrom etcry child turned over on its pillow and ami to lie purely vegetable 1deleterious dibit Jiue hey do not weaken by their action, but by g'tlnj tone to stoin.ic.ho to death. a mothered r and liowelsgrtatly Invigorate the t stem, fcio J. M. Qulsenberry, of Boyle, seems Druggists'J'ic per box. bold by W. Mcltolierts, to have fallen into the hands of the who ure proving worse than The True llemedy. r, She I'hilli&tines. Sam Landy, a M Iteplne editor TisUlwa. 111.. "Chief," W. says: "We ttou't and his wife rented property from New IMscotery for keep houe without Dr. Mug's Consumption, Coughs and Colds. cot tho Quibenberry and complications arose Experimental with many others, but never DI.ot-ertrue remedy until we used Dr. King's New and Qulsenberry found four suits filed No other remedy can take its place in our for home, as In It sigrinst him, two for assault for $2,500 Coughs, Colds, we have a certain and sureItcure Idle is Whooping Cough, etc " remedies, even If they aro each, one for $1,010 for tresspass, and to experiment with other good as Dr. King's Nuw urged on you as Just as vaoifor $5,000 for slander. In one of Discovery. They are not u good, hKausethli remedy has a record of cures and besides Is guaranteed. the cises already heard, Landy got one It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottsles free at cent and costs and In another, just fin- W . 11. MclColwrts' Drugstore. ished, he got $2lo and costs. The othHuckliti's Jnn'ca Salve. ers we yet to be heard. a, Casey have swind-Sing- at two-mont- Lewis Wilkins, of Philadelphia, is FOR SALE OR RENT. He nine feet tall and still growing. niUIITV-F- I YE ACKrono mllv from Crnb Twelve nprit of land S mile from ICcKln-neMHS. U. D.SIMI'SOK, I'ror . Uncle Dicky Vandeveer died at his can not indulge in the economy of reaOrchard on the Somerset road. Will Mill has good Ih.umi of a rooms mid gmxl half or all or rvnt for I Mis. I'or particulars oulbulldliigs. For Iiiformntlon ajtplv to O. : home near Mt. Salem, Saturday, of old dy made clothing. He wears a 121 hat, V. T. STEPHENSON. call on or address A. Waitkh. Klugsvlllf, or Jijwk Wai.tcii, Hi a 10 glove, a 28 shoe and a 2tl collar. age. Crib Orchard. Ky. Stanford, Kr. Newly furnished; clean beds; splondsd William Short is erecting a house His finger ring Is a baby's bracelet, table. Everything Put tela " The pro- meet West of town and will soon have it and ho weighs 4f3T pounds. truins. 89 & fessional giant, despite his unusual completed. AND C1AUHAK1). d gaunt, The sports of Yosemlte and Middle-bur- g stature, is a IN lam eMclat indi iSheriff's Sale for State and County Taxes. grindingpajlngguarantee attention to cuxtoin and consumntive-lookin- c played ball Saturday at the formand to give 33 pounds of Corn ami Iuy. KimmI Flour and 10 Miunds of llran for tach er's ground. As they chose up neither vidual. buslicl of wheat, nolwithstandliiir the fact Order Offlc and Fml Kxrhiiw, nrr the lUllroad town carried away honors. Crumlug, Dvput htnvt, The woman up North who sued a man On that wheat Is up. I am desirous of running Monday, October 11, '07, day and night and will do what I can to - There are three cases of typhoid fe- for $2,000 damages for forcibly kissing ver In one family in this town. Mr. her and got only 20 cents, says the jury Hetween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 v. M. nt plene my customers, no they wl'l glvo mo Coal Yard, MUISlrwt, litljr J II Kleins'. Satisfaction guars uttxsl. their patronage. Yours to plens se l. the James Gann. wife and son, Walter, be was a nasty, stinking set, worse than tho Lincoln door InKy., I town of MUltltlS ritKI), Olllwrts Creek. Ky. will omwo to county, ing confined with the disease. They the fellow who raped the kiss. the highest bidder for cash In hand, to pav tho State and county tax for the jenrs 18ii, are 6ome better at this writing. lhlxJ and 1MI7 the following described propThe protracted meeting at tho Baperty, or so much thereof as will pav said SHEET Oral) Orchard now has tho finest tonsorlal tuxes. n Stanford Precinct No. 1, John W. tist churdh closed Friday with 17 addi artist In the cmntrv in tho person of SAMDet, Aright H2 acre, near Hubble. Si:i7.40. IIlakkmohe, who handles the hclssor and tions. Thirteen were baptized Friday T. I). NEWIiANI). S. U. V. KY., razor In excrt style. Call on lilm when vou H. Coleman, by Rev. Foster. Rev. T. T want a i1iiiii ..hiLVttnr Hlvll.h )inlritit. Sole proprietor of Dean'a Ulack Plamond Itoof ror plntliK wojd. ijiiiiiuusi junilinof Georgetown, assisted the pastor, Mostly In well fenced, well metal and Iron roots, iiatlsbrtlon Kuarautsl All all the necessary Improve Rev. Foster. He left a good impresroofs palntol with Dcan'n lllark IHauiond Taint ments. We will .ell jirlvateiv aim on easy warranted forrcstra. Dealer In brat Cistern ORGANS. amlOalTanlusl Iron Kilters. Oa'raulssl and Tump sion on our populace. He is the best terms. OENTltV HUOs. Iltack Ky. city Stanford, Iron Hooting of all kinds. preacher that has visited our little I ofTer for sale privately my deslrablo Decker Hros'. Pianos. homo on Lower .Main htreet, Stanford. The for many years. He preached his last Haines Pros'. Pianos, house Is a roomy, pretty cottage with nleo Ellington Pianos, night, his theme being, sermon Friday v;i rd and good garden tint outhouses, and is I). II. llaldwln Pianos, IN THE In a mo- -t pleasant nelghtiorhood. Call on 'Why Baptists Practice Close ComPlscher Pianos, Ac. t All srsons drslrlni; l"ota for plank trtict, me on the premises and will take pieakiire Us toy Organs, Hamilton munion." Organs nntl other punt and railing or wire fence can find wbat tlier In showing Its tnimv advantages. want at in jrsloro near Coiar Crrk, on tho pike Makes. 4(5 MUS. ELIZA I'OUT.MAN. See my Goods and Get My Prices llefore vou leading from Crali Orchard to Stanford I also Do you play whist, euchre or other keep on hand a supply of plank fur fenclne. All 10 W. T. WHITE. Crab Orchard. H uy. kinds of lumber fur biillilln mmwiwn? atilyi.r.u games ? The F. F. V. playing card is '1 "T aim siiiiiKies. All iierMins deslilng aujr article o( card on the this klml ran call on me at mr store near Cedar better than any John It. Castlema.n. A. (J. Lamiam. Crcsjlc. M (t. W. bINOl.l.TON. market. Send 15 cents for one deck or Department in our store Misses KOWLANH. KV., (stamps or cur 2i cents for two decks, Florence tins Gone Buck into the Coal Maggie Campble and rency) to C. B. Ryan, ass't gen'l pass'r Tanner have opened a & agi., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio Business, Middlebiirg, Casey Co. FOR RENT. m -- y, ' i l.aucastcr, Kentucky. II 44-l- in first-clas- s. To the People of Lincoln NOEL SON, slab-side- d, weak-knee- DEHLERS COHL, Stanford; Kentucky. court-hou- SUui-fcn- sale:. 305 Acres Fine Land FOR Hlue-Gra- s. NOTICE! Til J.X.Jones, IP STANFORD, 1'1-- tf IM WIS, I Pretty Home For Sale. PIANOS AND 1 lx-m- I Millinery - " 50-ce- nt T. L. SHELTON, .... SHELBY SHELBY, 1 t. New Line And invite an early ! And will keep constantly on hand the Jolll-cTails llranch and other best Coals and ask the patronage of the public. Stanford friends who want Coal can leave orders with J. 11. Hlgglns, which will recelvo prompt atT. L. SHELTON. tention o. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. .Proprietors LIVERY.HED& SALE;STABLE JunotlonlOity, Ky. Turnouts, nrouint attention, rerr i reasonaliie rates. A nortlon of your patrimagu Is solicited. rtcctlulljr JB First-Clas- s -- inspection. J. 1). S. T. SXJTTOKT, Uradertalcer, - B&RBEE 5 GdSTLEMH. MANAOEIIS, liegu-la- 11 Tanner Bros, McKinney. SALE OF LIVESTOCK. At my farm on the McCormueks Church pike, one mile South of Turnersvllle, I will Hustonville, Kentucky Commerce .Building, Louisvil.'e. Agents Throughout tho out li. 99 pea-tile- and Casey counties. 1'ull block of ColQusund hand. CarH.'nter. Manager. -- Oileri his services to tho people of West Lincoln W. A. THZBBI.X, local Agent, y. A WOKI) TO- - ?m INSURANCE FHBNIX Insurance Company, OP BROOKLYN. ' PROPERTY OWNERS. .s Aro you Insured ? If not, why not? of dwelling!! and barns good us yours Thou-Htnul- Stanford, - - - Kentucky. 37" On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1697, dlsjKJsO ofiniy entire lot of There aro good Horses and Cattle, Milk Cows, tHogs,I&c, To tho highest bidders. 1 . HOW AWFL'L. She fe the sweetest of them all, And like a mermaid loves the sea; Hor bathing suit might shock some folks, 't reach quite to hor knee. 21 er plump limbs 'neath her skirts are bare, Hcrcurl6aro short, her eyes are blue, Dut this dear little "summer girl" JESSE D. WEAKEN, They seem to be pretty well acquainted cultivation. Terms mado known on day of Jc, I am told, "just half past two." bale. General Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky Chicago Enquirer. with each other. J. V. GOVEK Turneravllle. (,pln-heude- The oest salve In the world for cuts,, bruises It rood Mares, 1 Horse, I soret, ulcers. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-ikHorse Colt, 3 aged l'llly, 1 hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. Mule, 1 yearling Mule, dollars. Why should you expect to escape Mules, 1 It positively cures piles or no bay required. from year to year ? guaraateed to give perfect satisfaction cr money re- 1 Mulo Colt", 1 Cows tind Citlvus, 0 good jear-lln- g Cattle, 75 Stock Hogs. Will also bell funded. 1'rlct 25 cents er box. For sale by V. II. Mcltoberts, Druggist. my crop of growing Corn. TtiiMs. Sums of S20 and under, cash; amount acredlt till Jan. 1st, 1H0S, Within a year, within n month, within 24 d over that Corbett culls Fitzslmmons u with Interest. Notes payable In Farmers hours. Why sjiould you expose the accuglralTe," a "lobster" and a Hank and Trust Co., with good security re- mulation of years of 'honest toll to loss by a single lire, which can destroy It In an High-Grad"dead one." Fitzslmmons retaliates by quired. N. 11. At tho Mimo tlmo I will also SELL hour V Soliciting a share of jour patronage referring to Corbett as a "our," a OH KENT 210 AUKKS of my farm; fairly Kespcctfullj, Goods "pompadoiired hyena" and a "jackass." Improved, well watered and In good state of Are Destroyed by DEALEH Fire or Lightning Farm Wagons, Every year. Involving the loss of millions of -- J. B. HIGGINS IN- Caledonian Co., : Insurance JSOfS. Pleas- or Scotland. M br.VNKOUU, KY. Its ure Vehicles, Fertilizers and Ooal. KOUNDBD Your Froporty May Burn Agricultural Implements, e R. B. M AHON Y, Agt, H. D. PHILLIPS. Warranted as Hopresonted. Ollleo on Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Stanfotd, Kentucky. J. L. TOTTEN. Gun and Z.ook Smith. 8TANKOHD, KY. All kinds of repairing done at reasoualile rates Upholsterlcg a specialty, batlslactloniguaranevd. I Salesman. PfSMW li" lli-l- IIHIU m I mniM f4filml1H