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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897100501 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. r SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. MT. VERNON. Pros-bytoriu- Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1897. RELIGIOUS. Tho Stato W. C. T. U. is In session at Glasgow. ltcv. J. N. Prcstridgo has resigned the presidency of tho Baptist Institution at Williamsburg, and also his pastorate at that place. Tho Liberty Tribune says that Bid. P. A. Gilliam's revival at Mt. Olive resulted In (S additions and his meeting ut Poplar Grove in 100 additions to the Christian church. Kcv. Carter Helm Jones, of Lonls-villForty-fou- NO. G2 POLITICS r K o Rlehinoudby his father-in-laBoth uro Negroes. Brcck. George Beatty, of Woodford, is the reputed father of 30 children by three wives. All but six uro living. The municipal expensed of London aro $70,000,000, of Paris 8tio,000,000 und of New York $40,000,000. w n W. It. Cook hits started a tolyioco Dr. McDonald preached lit tlm Sunday. factory hero and Is having an old crop church Tlio Clu'lblhiii Kndeuvor convention twisted. Tho sick aro generally better, though will bo held hero next Friday. will apply to the there aro some fovor patients ImprovSevern! ing very slowly. town trustees for license to open The drouth hero has become alarmThe town Is on tho doviij;rudo ing. Mnny of our citizens arc hauling uguln. Tlio ladles' Aid Society met with water from n distance and till vegetaMrs. Ann Albright Thurbday. Next tion is becoming prematurely parched. meeting will be with Mrs. W. U. Bvery sign of rain has failed, even to tho gray evening and red morning. Smith. people SatAlex Glhbs bow: lit of Brasmus Dunn A tire alarm aroused tho started in the kitch- 10 cattle, weighing 1,1(15 pounds, tit urday evening. It en of Mr. V. J. Sparks; damuKO was $:j.75; 10 of T. M. Arnold at M.85, and 11 of B. F. Hudson, weighing 1,200, at slight. Mr. B. B. I'rotheroe, of Hrodhead, $.'1.75. W. S. Ueazloy and brother rewas In town last week tnliij,'llntf with ceived 50 cattle from W. P. Grimes, of his many friends and getting orders Lincoln, weighing l.Mj, ut $1 per hundred. for his linn. W. L. Ltiwson hnfl accepted the demOur county has prospered under Tho live county act went out ocratic nomination for BhorllT with C. of force Tuesday and local option Is no A. Arnold as deputy. This makes a more. Satan's emlsarlcs are wlley strong team, both parties being very workers; one little clause in tho new popular, highly competent and trustconstitution has undone tho work of worthy. Tho acceptance will give strength to the entire ticket, and with years. Mrs. Cleo Ilrown and Master McKcn-zl- c a united exertion, a democratic victory are spending a week in Lovusvillo. Is sure to follow. 1 wus glad to meet my old friends at Mrs. Hrown will brlnir back a line suit- lovely and stylish hats to tempt Stanford last Thursday and scenes and ply of tho ladles. Mrs. C. C. Williams has Incidents of a happier period of my life charge of Mrs. IJrown's stoto during were suggested by familiar faces and cherished s)ots. The town has, as It her absuuee. Mr. Win. Weber's family has moved ulways had, u lively appearance and to Chattanooga and Ml. Vornon sailers everybody seemed to bo thriving. I We can ill af- was astonished when I met my old an Irreparable lo.ford to lose such good, Christian peo- 'rlettd, A. A. Warren, with a lot of ple, whoso Inlluonco is always in the gold in his hund which ho was going to enufo of right and jimtlce. Mrs. Pa- pay out. A little Jew, who travels for some tience CarH)iitor accompanied them. Cincinnati merchant tailoring house, Tho tiold Medal Contest was hold at Wednesday evening. disputed with his landlord here the 0 the All of the upeakers acquitted them- other day about his bill, when the selves well. Tho judges wore Judge landlord struck him and he struck the S, V. I). Stout, MuMirs. 1. M. MeKob-ert- s Hour, only two blows being landed. Ho and Hugh Kiddle, who bestowed said afterward that he was a prize lighter but, only having entered the the modal upon Mis Annie Thomp-o- n Itosiillnd Nesbllt lUVjMHind class, he was unable to whip of Ml. Vornon. Mrs. recited "Tho Sisters on Strlku," and tho landlord, who weighs over 200 H)tinds. closed tho evening's entertainment Blder George Goiven preached two with a brief temperance talk. very able sermons on Sunday. Ho has Mr. B. A. Koppurt returned to New Orleans Friday night. He was made opened war on the debasing and cor- the subject of a good ileal of newspaper Iruptiug methods employed by candi-- 1 notoriety while hero attending court, dates in procuring votes by the Use of having been hUinmoned to a trial in money and whisky. Ho tmnounced ho owns that a deal was on foot to elect n bonrd which a plecu of real mother-in-laMr. of city coiiiiellmun that would grant sa-- i was Involved. His Ashford, died of yellow fever ' loon licenses, and ooned a vigorous Jennie during his visit hero. Ho Immediate- wnr tigulnst the move, tocoutinue until ly hastened to the bedside of his pros- the vote was taken. Ills appeals to stand for tho right, against all classes trated wife. home-folk- s of evil, wore eloquent and forcible, and Maurice Itrown visited tho Sunday. Miss Herda Martin is will bo productive of much good. teaching at (Sum Sulphur. Mrs. How-se- e Tho nomination of George T. Farris, Is visiting her daughter at Leban- for State Senator, puts another good on Junction. Mr. Walter Saunders, of card Into tho democratic hand, which Livingston, attended the contest. Mr. is now mudo up of tho best trump Win. McClurohus moved his family In- cards, and the deal ha stopped. I,ook to Mr. H. H. linker's town residence. j out for your knave in the jiluy goes on, The latter exjHicts to move to his farm and prepare to hand In your chips .on Mr. Hugh Miller has returned Nov. Ll. Mr. Farrls is sober, honest soon from tho city. Attorney Miller, of .capable, in close touch with the party, Lancaster, attended court here last has many friends and relatives in the week. Mrs. Susan Henderson's sale district and, with his experience in was well attended; tho farm was not electioneering, will draw votes to tho sold. Mrs. Meleco linker had her open- entire ticket. Ho Is the high card ing of Fall millinery Saturday. Mr. J. dei'lt to tho hand to scoop the republiTyrco and family, of I'lne Hill, visited can's King. Let us work now in harMr. George Gentry last week. Mrs. mony, stop tho childish priittlound con- Franklin has opened her millinery In htlltlt. Illllknl'tmr filuillt tin. midl 1....1 cease to agitato questions which aro her now home on Main street. James M tire t Mid Willis Adams not Involved, at present, and upon have returned from a visit to relatives which wu nre not fully agreed. There s region. are enough of vital principles Involved la the to cause us to move in tho ranks as a single man, and, when we put the cross HUSTONVILLe. under the rooster, wo will have the d Win. Dodd sold n good pleasure of knowing that wo voted 'or roadster Frldny to Shelt Harbison, of men who uro till staunch democrats. Lexington, for$12.. A howling crowd of republicans, of S. Porter Stagg and wife, of your both colors, till ages, sizes and shapes, city, is spending n few days with his met at tho convention lust Thursday, brother, W. D. SUigg, at Liberty. when Nouh Marseo was nominated for Muny of our farmers tiro sowing reprcscntutlve. L. F. Ilubblo withwhent, having gotten tired of wulting drew early In the action and most of ColTcy will soon finish for mln. Joe his strength went to Mursec, which 175 acres. caused O. J. Moberlcy to withdraw beOn n thrco days' trip through Cusoy fore tho count wus llnlshed. Marseo lfl last week wo woro told that Green river a native of Bell county and ho was by the oldwas lower than ever known likely nominated to conciliate Hon. est inhabitant. Wright Kelley and his friends, who Prosperity Is not on tap even In hom- came from tho same county. Tho eopathic doses In Casey, but polities is scheme will not work, as Kelley '8 at fovor hent and now thoro Is scarcely friends claim that ho wns traded oil in woods by a leaf left on n bush In tho 1805, und ho is expected to run indepnmllduteH. Tho drouth booius to have pendent. It looks like retribution will offectod everything living In Casey bu follow, oven in republican ranks. L. Fred Durlmm at Mlddlcourg. tie's an L. Walker offered a resolution in tho right. Tho consensus of opinion convention requiring all, who particito bo that throughout tho county seems pated, to pledgo themselves to support Miss Llzzlo Foglo will bo elected countho nomlneo. Of course tho resolution ty school superintendent, and undoubt- was adopted, but somo of them may bo edly should be, for tho drop from State under obligations to tho other side beSenator to a little county ofllce would fore tho election, and others may havo surely knock all tho wind, If not even business from homo on that day, und Lay and his prosthe life out of Bro. they could not voto lor tho nomlneo. pects for Congress would bo as bluo us Tho nominations for all tho county of- Boss Davison's second term Is In this llcca were ratified by tho convention. district. Noah has a modern ark, which will bo Robort Turner was shot twlco at scuttled by democratic breakers. doi-miiis pro-hlbltlo- n. speak people hcurd J. R. Hind-ma- n at Shelbyville Friday. Kentucky's GreatTrots Stakes $75,000 Purses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. y, No presidential postmusters In Kentucky will bo uppolnted until after the election, snys McKlnloy. Hon. Wm. J. Bryan will speak ut Glusgow next Saturday und thereafter AT LEnCOTOTON". at points in the 1st, 2d and 4th dispot-sessi- o, -. eourl-houi.- to i j j J Mes-dam- es I blue-gras- thrce-ycnr-ol- Bur-goyn- this bagatelle. Louisville Post. To gut the lest niaterlat they make for tho Least Money and wo let yon havo the Josiuh Putterson Is quoted by the St. same pull on uh nnd thiruforu ask you to us pledging the Louis look ut our Ilunnacruts to stand by the republican party in 1900 if they adhere to their St. Louis platform of 1800. Josiuh is a Of Mens', Hoy' and Children's Clothing and republican in everything except in bo convinced. Finest Shoes, name. Louisville Dispatch. On tho first day of this month the Neckwear, receipts in tlio United States treasury Nobbiest Hats. Stylish Shirts, Manhattan amounted to $700,359.94; the expendiShirts, 'Stetson Huts. tures to $1,090,000. Deficit, S!)23,(i 10.00. TIESCE GKLOZBIE.. Tho deficit for tjio fiscal yenr to dtite J. L. FKOHMAN & CO.. nmounts to $29,939,591.85. What's tho A STRONG PULL Xos. 2.12 and Main St , - - Danville, Ky matter with the Dingley tariff bill ' Crit-i- t, Editor D. B. O'Sullivuu, of the ff PP suw Brer Himlman the other day and says: Ho hud tho sort of expression thut u beaten man curries around Scud Her lo Stanford College. Program of the meeting with him. Ho looks us if he was weary It. has full Courses of Study in all departments. It hns trained and experienced teachof tho Christian churches of Lincoln of his job, und thut ho would like to be ers. It has all needful facilities for the thorough training of girls In all grades. It was established for the u elf uro and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all the county to be hold In the Christian back on the old farm once more, where people of Stanford and vicinity. Instead of dissipating their influence "tho frost is on the pumpkin uud the er cliooN, rallyaround the Oollegoand give It their united and hourlybv pationlzln" othchurch at Crab Orchard, Oct. 0th: support. .xv Lv".w.( wr fodder's in the shock." i in mil iiwurmiiiuMi can on .ura. Miunov ut tho colleiro or uiu. 10:00 a. M., devotional execlses. WM. SHELfON. 1'iiesiueSt. Gov. McCrcary pleaded for harmony 11:15, address by S. II. Farrer. In the democratic party und for the re 10;.'t5, address, .1. S. Kendrlck. turn of those who had differed with the 11:00, uddress, J. II. PInkerton. 11:25, open parliament conducted by Chicago platform upon the money ques J. T. Sharrard. Subject, "How shall lion, while Allen O. Myers took tho we Secure the of the opposito view und declured he did not want them back. For our part wo Churches of the County ?" would prefer the leadership of our Ken IMX.VKIt. Shlpituir, fee. In fact all kinds of Ml.ved Feed at tho tucky statesman to that of the Ohio K 1:00 l M., devotional exercises. mildly. Owenton alarmist, to put it 1:05, reports of the churches. Herald. 1:20, address, J. L. Allen. Z Tho Cynthiana Democrat says that YA 1:15, address, Joseph Ballon. We are prepared to I'l 'fill la order to draw a crowd for Yost, af2:10, report of Bvangelist J. G. Liv e bell ter the rinflng of the ingston. P. W. Caktkk, Chmn. hud fulled to bring tin audience, tho Tlm" nni' oaa il",, "ow ls tl10 "'no to buy before price- - advance. Como j9; faithful few resolved themselves Into ; MATRIMONIAL. and See L's. what tho French cull u "claque." They Mrs. Nola Bohon, of Harrodsburg, got together and clapped their hands t m ss. W and A. H. McCure. of Frankfort, will und stamped their feet nnd yelled with .mm . & Y be married Oct. 27. all their power, as if something great W. F. Rowan and Miss Fannie Stull, wus going on. A few people from the both of tho Klngsvlllo section, were street hurried in to see what the fuss married at Frank Still's Saturday. wns about, and Judge Yost wus Henry Hemming aged (55, and Eliza encouraged to begin his speech. Hemming, 00, who have been married He is u brainy man nnd made a strong , once, will ugaln be joined together at speech from his point of view. The Owensboro this week. people of Harrison county, however, T John Green, aged SO, and Miss Caro do not care a rap for Judge Yost's ( ( line Stebbcns, 7(1, were married at Al point of view, und thut is tho reason he oxundor, I ml. They had been sweet could not get un audience of respectahearts for nearly 50 years. ble size. After the tragedy came the VjN-- . -- xCOtf Because his sweetheart went to farce comedy, when Bailey nnd Parker NffS&SrS' church with another beau, Levi Hale, begun their joint debate. As u tulker of Brownsboro, Tenn., took enough the very young Mr. Bailey is a howlmorphine to kill himself, but tho doc- ing success, that Is to say, he can out tors saved him. talk u phonograph. But ho doesn't suy It is announced that Miss Hattie uny thing. Any school boy could give VC"" f&m ' nun n - Oyi I 'W.O May Sandifer, youngest daughter of him curds and spades nnd bent him out m -' Judge N. Sandifer, and an exceedingly on un argument. The ulso very young handsome girl, and Mr. Louis Cass Mr. Parker devoted his time to anGabbert, of St. Joseph, Mo., will be swering tho alleged tirguments of tho Wi married Oct. 5th. Advocate. very young Mr. Bailey. In somo retlFZ Our stock now complete at Lowest Cash Trices. Near Bellvlllc, Mo., two men fought spects pcrhnps ho wus un improvement HH over which should have pretty Annie on tho very young Mr. Bulley, but Shanncll. One of the men lost a thumb where both were so bad It would be Igj und tho other an ear in the battle and dlllicuU to decide which wus tho worse. the girl decided to take tho former. This puir of spring chickens should bo man. She couldn't stand u one ctu-cThey uro Vj, returned to the Incubutor. vry uimg . auu i,uu'i Myie- - in n ruing t'uper. Tablets anu Unrd.s. too tender to bo wandering about tho Hubble, Stato by themselves. Some day they K a Somo wheat is being towed here may accidentally run up uguinstn dem- rS If they do, tho way he will de- id' ocrat. notwithstanding tho dust. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. vour them would make a whole Confer-onc- e Hello, Stunford ! No glvo mo turn green with envy. Journal olllce. When this becomes n roultty It will meet with tho MlODLEliUKQ. Clurenco Coleman, wishes of many people. Tho lino from just back from Nashville, telephoned us hero to Lancaster has been found to yesterday that James Gann and wife pay us well as convenient. ure near death's door with typhoid feDr. O'Neal presented Newell ver. Thomas Jeffries died very suddenand wife with a boy ly Friday and was buried next day. LibDuring the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition at Thursday night. J. S. Minor, of Lou- erty and Middleburg boys crossed bats Tenn , a low rate special tariff has been established for the tale of isville, was hero with his son Bd Inst at Middlebur: last Saturday, resulting tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen it Crescen week. S. Dunbar is on tho puny list In a victory for the home boys. Score Route. E. T. .Minor's mill und warehouse 15 to 14. They will play Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $4.55 one at Liberty carao near burning up last week. Tho Saturday, Oct. 10. toay or tA.OQ round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being fire was scon by neighbors and cxtln good seven days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $7.30 gulshcd. Somo boy passing by u short Tho Richmond Register says ihat and at $9.95or the round trip. time before dropped u cigurotto stub V. T. Covington has a mule that ho These rates enable the public to viut Nashville and other Southern point and it llred tho grass by tho road, burn bought when it was a yearling just 40 at rates tuner before offered. Vestibuled trains of the finest class are at the Ing It up to tho building. years ago. When It was two yeurs old disposal of the passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one W. S. Turaey sold his fat hogs to ho hud It broke, and from that day to to visit the very interesting scenery and important in and Davo Prcwitt at $3.00. Ed Minor and this tho animal has been in constant about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National John Lynn havo returned from Cincin- and continuous service, und is regularTickets to Nashville lo visit the Centennial can je purchased nati und report u hard cuttlo market. ly used now. Tho raulo ls fat, active al Chattanooga foa $11.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via II. Watts, of Richmond, passed with and strong and shows no signs of its the Q. it C. Jioute South or write to this week a drove of Shorthorn bull great ago JA MES RO V, Agt. Junction City', or calves bought in various parts of the jr. C. JifNEAKSON, O. P. A, Cincinnati. The littlo town of Adairvlllo has a i'Vs ut a costs of about $33. Ho record. In tho pasty2 yeurs there havo is shipping them to his cattle runcho been 04 men killed there, four of whom TKK LUCanAS8iKU .,., In Texas. G. A. Swinebroad has rewere town marshuls. There havo been Owing to scarcity of funds tho Stato turned from Tennessee with 150 big eight people killed thero in 14 months. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey E0K, h treasury will only pay of the cattle und a car load of work mules. Ed And Htlll Adalrvilo has tho cleverest amount duo schools, Instead of tho 40 Minor bought a bay suddlo horso of of people and is in ono of tho best sec M j breeder were electel from the beat bordi o( per cent, which should bo paid now. Dolphltioo for $10. of thu famous brrol ofswluu in seteral SUU tions of Kentucky. Elkton Progress. A splenillil lot of pigs of different aged for ule. ttmd Frank Stanton, of Circlovlllo, Ohio, James Shuckelford, of Indianapolis, tows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Mississippi Vulley Medical Asshot his son fatally because ho wont sociation is in session ut Louisville und died after sneezing Incessantly for 30 solicited. Address culling without asking his consent. R. H. BRONAUGH, will continue till tho 8th. hours. Globe-Dcmoor- ut has accepted tho cull to tho Second Baptist church at Richmond, Va. Ho is a son of Rev. J. William Jones, tho great war chaplain. Miss Anne Shanks requests us to suy thtit the C. W. B. M. will meet in the lecture room of tho Christian church Wcdnesdny afternoon at .'I o'clock, when a full attendance is desired. Rev. T. II. Campbell, of Lancaster, who wus hero yesterday, told us that ho and Rev. A. J. Pike cloed n meeting ut Gllcud, Madison county, Inst week, which resulted in ?:i conversions and two restorations. Bid. J. T. Sharrard, pastor of tho Christian church at this place, will resign his charge at tho close of the year to take work In a new Held, sever al of which uro open to him. Mr. Shnr rnrd is u line preacher, an excellent gentleman and has done good work here. In common with his many out side friends, who have formed u strong attachment for him, wo regret thut he linds it best to leave us. seml-tinnuul tricts. Tlie Sl5,000 Futurity. Tuesday, October .1th. Tin; S.',000 Transylvania, Thur-iiiiOct. Maurice Morris has demanded One sir moro UIr Ptukes l)ally. AH the crack Hordes. Hair Fare on all Itallroads. e of the New Albuny Llbcratl nnd Ills Famous Hand. but Postmaster Schlndler, the democratic incumbent, refuses to step out until he has served four years. V. I JOHNSTON', President. H. W. V I LSO.V. Secretary. Eighteen million dollars Is tho deficit In tho government's receipts In the .WITH... past six weeks, and the foreigner who pays the tax uccording to the republipost-ollic- 7. XAorlcFs Greatest Meeting Large Manufacturers can gospel, will bo forced to cough up FALL LINE! Neatest Where to Send My Girl to School ? -- 1,- I Coaf, Hay, Oats, Straw, 1 If court-hous- LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Sell COAL. Cheaper H. FtXHinHMniM s-. I -.: .. ..... rr vw, I sulll-clcnt- ly FLOORING, METAL ROOFING. 1 A. C.SIHH, CEILING, ytJv (ff W SIDINO vzv STANFORD, Ky. y j FINISH. " ft I ;SSSS55vSS WINDOW GLASS. .1 m -i k- Farm and Yard Fence. xivuuo, LjvKjry AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoBOBEBTS. d ;t BWgrPPPWMMia QUGGD & y (RG$(GnT. nd A'ash-vill- e, battle-groun- bluo-gras- - 3? one-fift- O Coras-ponden- co ""B5SliHl3HU3 b Orchard, Ky. . .Jfeya. - t - iw i ! ..... jMUllllu I'lllj, .ilirn T,... 'Pun IHIIIUU9 ..I......... .it.,.. 4ltto.. uur Maj. Lewis Gi.vthr, of Richmond, XIII. f.. We present with this Issue a fac bo voted four ry," will bo presented by its Inventor, to Va., poor man at the close THE INTERIOR JOURNAL of thewho was a who made $10,000,000 by simile of tho ballot together with the Alexander Black, at tho Lanvllle Opweeks from war, but manufacturing these little collin nails, pictures of our excellent nominees for era House next Friday night, Sth, and known as cigarettes, has gone doubt- district and county otficors. To vote Rev. W. B. McBrldo as hero SaturStanford. Ky., Octobers. 1S97 less to that bourne, where there is a for every one of them as most honest day advertising it. The love story Is great deal of smoking but not of cigar people will do. you luivo only to pro- - illustrated by 2.10 stcreoptican pictures ettes. He was reputed to bo the rich- euro the ulllclul uauoi, go nun mu of real scones and real pcoiilu and is W. P. WALTON. es' man in the South, but what profit-et- h booth, stamp tho stencil at the foot 0' said to be as delightfully refreshing it for a man to gain the whole tho rooster, fold your ballot, give it to and original as It Is unique. Our amuseOur counters and shelves arc groaning under the weight of new . world and thun go to tho devil for mak tho election ollicer and go away with ment lovers should embrace the opporSome brand new attractions ing things to steal away tho brains and the proud satisfaction of having done tunity to see It, especially since tho goods and still they continue to come. full moon will shine that night and this week health of the rising generations ? Maj. your duty. It is a great harvest for all who are looking for bargains. . Dr. Woods, of the Howling Green Gintcr leaves a monument to his memmako the drive more pleasant. Kvery day something new; every time somcthinii good. You bein Garrard county republicans take Courier, demonstrates very thoroughly ory which will keep It green for a long gray goose quill that the qual- time, in the shnpe of a hotel, the Jef no stock In turn coats and unlike that The musical contest given by Misses to feel chilly now and it is time for you to discard that summer unwith his We are a public benefactor when it ity of gray matter in his honest crani ferson, which he built a few years ago party In this county, they glvo them nnlo May Stewart, M. B. and Lutilla derwear for something warmer. um improves all the time and that age In Richmond, said to bo the finest in the cold shoulder. L. Frank Hubble, Givens, drew a full house, including comrs to health giving and warmth giving can not wither nor custom stale his in- the South. Its magnltlclence can be who used to be known as Clevelnnd, 125 or moro white people who enjoyed finite vnriety. His response to Mr. imagined when it is told that it cost asked tho small potato a nomination tho most of the program hugoly. There for representative and they scourged were four contestants for vocal lwmors: Watterson's article in answer to his, over a million of dollars. him from the temple. Over here, how- Mrs. Patton, of Richmond: Miss Berstating that the bllver editorials of the Courier-JournTliEltK will be no Reform Schools ever, tho rads have to draw on of 10 years ago were tha Johnson, Lancaster; Miss Lutilla 25c for men's Merino and ribbed shirts. 50c for men's wool fleeced who held membership In that Givens, Stanford, and Miss Kate Plunk-et- t, written by Col. Chilton and that at the this year. Perhaps 'smother year there shirts. Si for men's natural wool suits. $1 50 per suit for men's all time no one else was concerning him- may be some placo to separate young party for revenue only, or they could Louisville. All did well, but tho self about silver, is a very strong one, criminals from the old hardened ones, not gctsulllcient material to put out a latter proved a veritable "Black Pattl" wool scarlet medicated underwear, worth $2.50. 50c for ladies' union suits, fleece line, worth 76c. 20c for fleeced pants .and vests, presenting as it does documentary evi- but for tho present they will have to full ticket. and tho judges, Mrs. Steele Bailey, dence that John G. Carlisle, Mr. Beck bo crowded In together unless tho govstartling report camo to town Mrs. Joe Portman, Miss Mary Cowcn bought to sell at 35c. 20c per pair for men's wool half hose. 25c The ownestown, ernor uses his prerogative. The manand the Courier-Journalwas born in the knobs a and Messrs. B. II. Danks and W. P. pair for ladies' fine, all wool hose, worth 0c. a pair for misses' aboiit that time con- damus suit entered to compel tho that child Mr. Bynum, wore full set of teeth Walton unanimously awarded her tho and children's fine wool hose. very much about auditor to issue warrants on tho 8100,-00- 0 fow days ago with a cerning themselves Shortly after first prize, a handsome gold watch and appropriated for tho institutions is and a long full beard. the white metal, the latter In March, its advent It raised itself up, survey- the second to Mrs. Patton, a emerald COMFORTS AND HLANKETS. New, fresh goods and what 18S0, using these words In a speech de- tied up in Judge Cantrell'sovcr crowded the surroundings and in sepulchral ring, by a like voto. Tho first prlzo we offer you now arc bargains only obtainable here. In favor of ed court and ho may not be able to livered In Congress: "I am 50c each for voice remarked: "it Is not agoing to winner would have also won tho prize jSi each for for full size satinc comthe frco coinage of silver because I be- render a decision before January. There rain in the fat woman's ring, if that had a good, fancy quilted comfort for seven years." Then It lay lieve It to be a palpable violation of the arc other cases just as urgent that are down again and gave up tho ghost. been included lit the program and she fort, with white cotton filling. $2 each for large size English figured constitution and the rights of the States also held up because the judge can not The story may and then again It may is a singer from the s of satinc comfort, best filling and handsome designs. 75c pair for full and the peoplo to restrict tho coinage get to them, all of which shows that Awayback. Tho cake walk was quite true, but you had better bo getsize gray and white blankets. $ 1. 50 and $2 pair lor extra size, all money there should be a circuit court of con- not be of either metal. Silver is the ting your water supply all tho same. amusing. There were three couples, of tho people." Dr Woods also shows tinuous sessiou at Frankfort, so that wool, red and white blanks with fancy borders. Seven years Is u long timo between Will Caldwell, of Danville, and Miss as far back as 1SI2 Mr. Watterson said cases of the kind referred to that are Annie Cole, of Louisville, Joo Haydcn DRESS GOODS In r.e.v and stylish effects bought before the We must stand by silver." Thus continually coming up might receive rains. (not the sucrinton(ient of tho water provinir that tho trail of the silver prompt attention. general advance that is to take place in wool goods and you may have Hung as High as Haman. Mr. V. works) and Miss Lutilla Givens, of serpent once hung over all those who S. Warren is In receipt of a letter from Stanford, and Allen Hill and Miss Cora them allow tariff price?. 20c buys nice, all wool dross goods in The court of appeals reverses ono now deride It. his sister, Miss Mary Warren, who Is B. Givens, also of Stanford, with beautiful patterns. 35c is our price per yard for 36 inch all wool Serdeath sentence because the court perBarnes Williams as. drill muster. Pulaski Editor Nkwlon, of the Owenton mitted tho sheriff to detail the confes- visiting at Woodstock. Waddle, county, movements were as fantastic as tho The ges in blue and black, a 50c value' 75c yard for all wool broadcloth costho IS statingJthat Charlie Herald, dan stand a good deal for de- sion of tho prisoner made under prom year old son of William Waddle, of tumes and tho gyrations as gradatory suitable for ladies' tailor made suiting, 54 inches wide. mocracy's sake, but Allen O. Myers, ise of protection from a mob that was as a gymnast's. taku the SHOES AND HOOTS. Never befjrc have we so completely the Ohio jail bird, Is a little too much after him, and another because tho that section, committed suicide by judges, .John Cook, It10.didn't II. Farmer, Robwoods. He Owenton last court after admitting as true the state- hanging from a troo in the for him. He spoke at filled up with shoes and boots from floor to ceiling. The styles and ert Fish, Leslio Givens and Anderson week and the editor says in course of a ment in an affidavit of an atliant not was 30 feet from tho ground when cut dowu and had been missing nearly two Hocker long to award the big cake to variety arc too numerous to mention, but suffice to say wc can fit any of present, permitted tho Commonwealth long article that "as a whooper-u- p been the first couple and the little one to tho foot and any taste at a reasonable price. Take a look at our CLOTI tho boys he has no equal to our knowl- to produeo testimony contradicting tho dnys. The young man's mind had In a bad state for some time and tho-- o last named. J. E. French, of Paris, who edge, but upon the whole we doubt very afildavit. Thus do technicalities conand overcoats especially. It is the biggest line in town. sur- delivered the prizes, also mado a very much tho wisdom of his. coming. He tinue to cut more figure than proof, to who knew him well are not greatly creditable opening address, showing said many, very many things that were help murderers go unwhipped of jus- prised at his rash act. that he wae a Negro of considerable better left unsaid. His reference to tice. No wonder with the courts and Barn Burned. At 8:30 Friday ability. The recitations by Misses Dora A. UIWAX.HKY & CO , I'HonumuM tho clergy was but little short of blas- executive to shield criminals that the night the fire alarm was sounded and Stewart and Cora Givens were really phemy, and his auditors, especially tho prerogatives of Judge Lynch are so of- almost Instantly the streets were filled T. D. HANKY, Manaokk. good as was that of 10. B. Cheatham, of ladies, ought to have signified their ten invoked. with people, ready and willing to ren- Danville. Miss Mollle Millor, of Rich- Paris, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, Rirdslown, i.awrcnceburg, Cynlhlnnn, Vursiillo, Ktni- disapproval and disgust by leaving tho Judge Cantrill knocks the socks der what sen Ices they could. The fire mond, and Prof. A. J. Bell, of Louisnencc, Georgetown, Kliznbvthtoun, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Iml. once. But we are a patient, po- olTof Secretary of Stato Flnley's claim company got out In a hurry and starthall at ville, were tho accompanists and did peoplo, and very for 81,000 per annum extra salary for ed up Lancaster 9treet at a break-neclite and their work well. The entire entertainconsiderately heard him through, with managing tho corperatlon department speed but It was soon discovered that ment was very creditable and wo are a few exceptions. Mr. Myers seems to of his oilice. on the grounds of uncon- Mr. V. M. Brlght's barn was burning glad that the promoters made a nice bo possessed of the Idea that the whole stitutionality. Mr. Flnley has been and the hoso wagons were deserted and little sum. Tho tiro alarm just before world Is out of order and to set It right getting that amount in addition to his the maiorltv of tho fire laddies ran to tho curtain arose nearly caused a stam is his special mission. In all frankness regular salary of $3,000 and he will tho scene. Tho barn, which was 1J pede, but fears were finally calmed and we can not ondorse Mr. Myers as our have to refund, if the court of appeals miles from town, was filled with hay and order restored. ideal of a statesman or a democrat." sustain the circuit judge, which will as the llamcs were under heavy headKentucky democrats do not need such cut quite a hole in the amount laid way, nothing could be done except save A Lik Out. Tho Intkkiou Jourcattle as Myers to tell them how to aside to further his Congressional am- the fences around and put out tho dry nal, never publishes anything unless vote, and it would be much better for bition. grass that would catch every now and It believes it true and Is backed by the tho democratic party in the State to The republicans and boltocratsof the then. In the barn were 375 bales of proof. ofIn our last issue, on the statelet him stay in Ohio. a reputable gentleman, we Rubber Coats, Melntoshes, Trunks and Valises. I1 rices Frankfort district recognize tho fact timothy hay and 30 acres of clover, ment printed a paragraph that Mr. A. C. that they can not combine and beat valued at $550 and unon which Mr. Low. Terms Cash. Gen. Neal Dow, the original and Carman had suited in his sccch at greatest of all prohibitionists, has gone Judge Cantrill, so they have decided Bright had made application for insur- Turnersvillo that ho was proud that ho ance to Agent R. B. Mahony the afterto his reward, after fighting the demon to give him a clear track. Ho has mado hay there voted for Abo Lincoln before ho was '21 of strong drink for more than three- a big reputation as a capable judge and noon before. Besides the was a lot of farm machinery, harness and advised all Negroes to try to vote, score years and ten. He was 01 years deserves a unanimous and the like and the loss on building whether they succeeded or not. Mr. of age and began his war against king The Louisville Times printed a pic- and all Is not less than $1,000 to $1,200. Carman was In next day to say that alcohol even before he reached bis mature of Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller, The origin of the fire is not known. while he did make the statement that jority. Besides waging that ceaseless Saturday. ho voted for Lincoln Illegally, ho nev At least those who know warfare, he also fought in the Federal the lady readily recognized Its "News- Wallace Farmer, who lives on tho er advised anybody else to break the place, was In town at tho time und armv durlnc the late war, going in paper charming and neither he nor Mr Bright thinks thut laws. Our informant still reiterates Woman" as at GO as a colonel and coming out as delightful Tattler. the tho latter has an enemy mean enough that Mr. Carman said exactly what we general. His lat words were "This is to burn his property, but on tho con- published and told him that if he Uitcxt 11ml most approved Style and Designs. F.vory luttrumeiit Guaranteed. A 'Com- the end and all Is well." Additional Local, trary both are satisfied that It caught can not substantiate it by live unimpleto Lino of that After Dick Williams beats Judge Marriage Gottfreid Spltzer, a wid- from spontaneous compustlon or that peachable witnesses ho will admit Cara tramp who was probably sleeping in ho has lied. If he can then Mr. D. P. Bothurum he will have to seek ower of 50, und Miss Magdelena Mr. man has, he says, whether he admits it other means for a livelihood than he 30, obtained license yesterday it did tho work accidentally. occupation of pen- and will be married at Ottenheim to- Bright is very thankful to those who or not. has enjoyed. His While ho was in our ollico wo took came to his rescue and worked so nobly sion attorney is gone, the department day. occasion to ask Mr. Carman if he were to save his property. Washington, a dispatch says, having at The 25th annual meeting of tho Kennot an anti-fre- e turnplker and if he did JWAnd Surgical Supplies a HMclnltj. Wo guarantee Prices und Quality. debarred him from practice before the tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Assowho not voto against the proposition to freo Dropped Dkad. John Stuart, Interior department, because he is ciation begun in Lexington yesterday had made his home with the lato Arch them. Ho said ho did not vote on the & filing forged declarations charged with and the great Futurity will bo trotted Carson at Crab Orchard for years, and question at all, thus proving that ho cases. If Dick "goes on tho in pension who was an uncle of W. A. Carson, of was not for frerlng tho pikes, though stump and tells that on him, tho judgo Pete Huston waived his examining that place, died In the buggy as he was he says ho believes In tho principle. wont get enough votes to count, if tho Saturday to be republicans voters are as honest as they trial yesterday for shooting Al Young, being brought hero was a man of ma- Ho also said that ho beeped and pleadalso colored, and was held over till cir- tried for lunacy. He ed with Boss Davison not to make any ought to be. cuit court In $200, which he gave. The ny eccentricities and many thought efforts In that line at the timo ho did, When a man starts on the down grade, wounded man is getting along nicely. him of unsound mlnJ. Since Mr Car as the county was M0,000 in debt and Having considered thoquestlon from almost every standpoint, wo have decided to adopt son's death ho had imagined that ho he goes to tho devil as fast as shooting After Sale. Col. W. Huff Dudderar sold owned tho property left by him and could not afford to Incrcaso it. Mr. T. the shute. That sweet scented geran- yesterday the election Mr. Carman told to S. H. Baughman for Wil- notwithstanding Mr. W. A. Carium, we should say Vlolett, who bolted C. Rankin that the Bryanltes voted liam Cordler and wife his property son's clTorts to have a sale and disthe democratic nominee for U. S. Sen known as tho John Flowers place, near pose of his father's effects, Mr. Stuart man for man for free turnpikes, which Beginning July 1, 1897, believing that It will lo rnoro satisfactory to Iwtli buyer nnd seller. ator and made the election of a repubRowland, for $.'1,100. There are 31 acres stubbornly refused to give up the prem- carried It, thus trying to throw the No bad debt will accumulate, consequently wo ran sell goods cheaper. It will take much lican possible, has gone from bad to in the tract, upon which there is a good ises. At la9t It was decided to try him blame on the democrats. Mr. Carman lew capital, our excuses will o less anil there Is every reason why the cash vstcm will worse till he has now gotten so low that would havo gotten the nomination for prove satisfactory . Wo only ask you to try It awhllo and If you find dwelling. It I not to your adfor lunacy and Saturday, Marshal Joe county judgo but for his well known vantage, wo will not kick on your buying from he gladly gets under tho Log Cabin, in merchants who sell on credit. Wo uro and J. D. Stcenbergcn opposition to freo pikes. Wo are findd A. Shannon order to secure an oilice hardly worth Hurt. Miss Mai Elliott, of the wo can soil you goods from 10 to 23 por cent, cheaper than tho credit men and thl section, was thrown from the started with him for this placo. He ing no fault with him, however, on his should certainly Imj an Inducement to you. running for. Verily tho last end of Very truly, horso sho was riding yesterday and became greatly alarmed at tho officer's position. We hold the same views and that man Is worse than the first. lighting on her head concussion of the presence and the big pistol which was still hold them, but it is rather strange According to Judge Cantrill, tho brain was caused. She was rendered exposed also scared him greatly. All that a party which claims so much Louisville Bchool board has been caught unconscious but was at herself and do- went well, however, till nearlng tho credit for being for free pikes should trying to rob the State. Supt. David- ing nicely when Dr. O'Bannon left yes- bridge over Cedar creek, when ho nominate a man originally so opposed son thought so and declined to pay terday afternoon. throw up his hands, gasped and died to them. Right here It may bo proper the per capita for 82,000 children. almost instantly. The corpse was tak- for tho benefit of thoso who tiro unuble ' AND the cry is still "No rain." Tho Headed by U. A suit to compel him to do so Crab Orchard, whero It was to net an idea into their skulls that wo, gn 0f mover's Model, No. 29,719. tho S. MODEL. HO. so greatest breeding hog living and IIIINIir FV'M country presents an appearance almost en back to was entered and the judgo decides Ono of his peculiarities was were for n new election on the pike CLAUDE, No. 12.GUI, son of the World's Columbian Champion. Claude, No. 11,007. rino as If a fire had swept over it. Every- Interred. that he shall accept no census over " his serious objection to getting close to question because tho other would huc "M'lV """. """'? "", Ul UliU ;v.u. itt iuw miuw Kin oki enough to breed, s.id broil .. ' M IHW'HIITl' for sale, ' ""..v. r:.?.:. utr wun The methods of the board show thing uppears to be burned up, the any ono. He disliked to talk and lived been declared null and void and wc will a "7.'v.: IlKolli " ,vur,Y "' pedigrees. satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoy our wants or come and looseness of management, if no more trees being killed In many Instances. an almost entirely Isolated life. Mr. voto for free pikes next timo In order bee my hogs. A fow fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They a P"I serious charge can be brought against Drinking water is getting scarce in J. U. Stephens, who know him well, oripj. Also Mammoth IVkln Duck that tho will of tho majority may be Eggs, 81 for 13. A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilox 193, Danville. Ky. many localities, while stock water is lii years ho had carried out and becauso when ono counthem. says that for the last almost out of tho question. Tho water in a box, the top of which ho In- ty freed Its pikes the whole system n has ' 'accepted" the works Is still holding out manfully and slept Hunter variably let down before he went to was knocked out. mission, as they say when a man and furnishing all the water we need permitted o enter takes a place that he has been bogging with a reservoir in reserve to be sleep. No ono was is eald, .vas always his room, which it for months and months. Tho sooner used In caso of fire. Tho supply here V years tho Stato had he sails tho better und may he forget may not bo as great as that which Dan- kept in order. For TO small sum of $7f even to return, is our prayer as well as ville gets from dirty Dix river, but It paid Mr. Carson the is suUiclent for all purposes, including per year for keeping hlra and he no Gov. Bradley's. Wi now t)rtn:iftl Xi it riwlnrti rvrlml. tho largo quantity furnished the rail- doubt would have been sent to tho asyIs Receiving his- ask it road and tho managers havn't gotten lum long ago had It not been for tho Jng of till kinds and Wu groundvortlou of tho our ilnt flour) public patroimgtt. The Frankfort court fixed the price to tho point of selling wuter at 10c a rail! forcowhldlng editors at $100 when barrel, as at Danville, which with its old eentlcraan's devotion for his tin- - Saturday and ourL'lsAii Is In bplendld I ordur , .... mM Xli.nt iii.d t ut.mn Ho waa near- - ,,Vt roiiier. stiff figure great supply, scorns to be u very pica- - fortunate brother-in-law- . OAKTKll & STltAUU. dono by women. At that 63 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. une business. Stanford, Ky. ly 75 years old. tho "cat will hardly come back." to-da- y, A Rare Chance ! At The Louisville Store. V six al pag-bs- Underwear andHosiery I2c 's head-water- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. long-sulTeri- k Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, 1 Gents' Furnishing Goods H. J. McROBERTS. TRUSSES ! OR AtC Ncun-stockli- n, Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOCKER. to-da- y. A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, sut-Istl- May-woo- ed FARRIS A HARDIN, .r- flign Locust Herd Reg. Poland CHinas. ;.,:.... ' I m fil),-99- 9. . .""'"" I .!'. .,. -- to Guate-malia- H. C. RUPLEY, THE PUBLIC. T- THE MERGMANT TAILOR -- 11 1 I I' FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. I aGaeirtacwterM tucws-vrimtKi- " 1 ill Hutu in mdnii.i- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfoko. Ky., Octow.k W. P. WALTON. Doyou pluy whiHt, ouohro or other (jniiics? Tho V. F. V. playing card Is eanl on the bettor tlmn any market. Send lfi cents for one deck or 23 cents for two decks, (stamps or currency) to C. I). Ityun, uBs't gon'l jiass'r ugt., C. Sc O. Ity., Cincinnati, Ohio 50-co- 5. 1897 -v 3!- - vim Charles E. Herd, lato private secretary to Congressman I). G. Colson, has been indicted by the Owsley county grand jury for distributing false literature about lion. John 1). White during tho last campaign. Herd is a brother of A. T. Herd, the chief deputy V. S. marshal who skipped out several months ugo. leaving a lot of creditors. Senator Ueboe. who has become a very wise man since he was elected I'. S. Senator, says that the rails will carry Kentucky this year by a good majority: Todd will be elected mayor of Louisville, and that a republican will bo elected to succeed Senator Lindsay. Fret VilU Semi yuiir aiMrem to II, II Ilurllrti A Co , New anl gel frpoMtuplo lix of lr. Life 1'IIM. A lrll will nuiTlnre yi)ti of their merit. Tlio pill an) wwjr In union awl arc artlcii-larl- r rllrrllre In t lie euro uf cuintlitliiii ami hklc litailarlio for Malaria nml I.lvi-- r truiiMr tlicy Ihtii protiM InTalualila. Iln-j- areKiiaraiilml hate to lnxrfiitly rriwfnmi ecrjr ilelrtrrloin luUlinre They ilu not wcalrn and tole iirvljr rrtcvtaMp tone to utomadie liy their action, lint lor limjturatu llin jutrni. Itei. anil ImiwpU lar alio U.V imtUix. Sohl lijr W, ll Mcltotwrta, CM-(ai- M:'i 3IICAII V. SAUFI.KY, Tor Circuit .Judge At Evaribvllle, Intl., MIssTlllle Zeig-le- r gave her beau, Will IMrcc, a ling, glng with a horsewhip because he had been talking about her. r y vr$ ItnittKljta lacIn our an take It No oilier rrmnljr home, ai In it w have a tvitnlii ami mini ruru fur Whi.i,.!i)J C.iuli, etc" It li hlle 0)ii(ti, t'oil, to einrliueut with other muwllra. ctcn If they arc urgcl on you a Juat I'r. Klni;' New K'l a hx'iuw tlil rrm-nl- y lilwimTf. They are not In euarontrvil lia a rei'ipl o( rures ami lnldi-It never fall to MtUfy. Trial Nitidis frit' at W . II. McllolfrU' lrii? Store - The Trtif Remtity, villtor Tlddlwa, 111., "thief." W. M ay: "H' won't ler liouvi without Dr. Klnt;' New tlcurery (orOiiiiuniitlon, CitiKlitaml CViIila. Kiperlmriitral with many other, hut nrirr Kut the true rrninlr until we Html lr Kliif'a New IMvuv-ery- . Democraiic Nominees. Wltli tho oxci'ption of those of Mr. Shackelford, nominee for appellate clerk, Mr. (Jeorjro T. Farris, for Senator, and thor-- for the lescer olllces, wo present herewith tho pictures of tho entire democratic ticket for county and district olllcers. Though kiiiiu of them not a little tho wornt at the hands of the artist, these I'oitnlerfelt present- JAMES P. BAILEY, For County Judge. Rev. Fred D. Hale has rounded out his ninth yearns pastor of tho South Sldo Baptist church, Birmingham. When he took charge the congregation numbered 171 members. Now It has .171. During the nine years 1,0(5!) have been received Into the church in various ways, n new $10,000 building has been erected, and other enterprises of the same magnitude carried thrqugh. Advocate. law enacted by The the Tennessee General Assembly at its last session, was declared unconstitutional by United States Circuit Judge Lurtou because it is a violation of the Interstate Commerce Law. anti-cigarett- ' a.pl, llttcUin'i Arnica Salit. hrulnea ments show an unusually lino looking The iieot uUe In the wort. I fur cut aorra, ulcer. all rheum, fever Mirea. tetter, chap- hanih.rblllilalni, corn ami all tllii rrutluii, set of men, whose countenances beam 1eU mitlvely turra- plleaor no jay riilrvl It with honesty and manliness. They are login- jwrfrct ?urjteo. I'rlet 83 itiiIi jiertatmarllmi urleuniner re. Kood men every one and the State's hy W, II. tux. lor McItobrrU, Druulit. and county's e Interest will he safe In Most of them have been HIotu'h Mntmeut cunvt crump or colic nnd all nchiv. n ml pain. V. II. McltoherW has It. It 'iH'triitH mi ntilckly, ll.'McltobcrU, Stanford . Hlonn'n Mnlniiml U their hands. the great fnmlly roiii-1'il- v. SiM by V, IIAKVKV HELM. For County Attorney. Lottie Stevenson, aged IT, commited suicide at Hluelield, V. Vu., because her lover jilted her. She left a note requesting that his picture be put in her collln. John Grimes and Miss Pauline Wells walked from Klkhurt to Dover, Ind., a distance of 55 tulles to have the knot tied. (KL BaW.V-f- c 1 Illcvcle rlderrf tnko tin "UlnU" out of bark with Sloan's Liniment. Tor hiilo by V. II. McItoNrU. Every Karmi'r nml Stivk IIaImt xliouhl koiip Huian'M Mnlmunt on hand fur nn imiiit-KncAak iur nnlghlMir nnd ln will toll you why. Slid ny V. II, McItolicrU. y. W sfft gfct For wiro throat or tmln In your client uso gloan'a Mnlmcnt fold hy W. II. Mc lloWrt. FOR KENT. m - Thomas Holmes, of Delphas, O., mile from KcKln-uennd good hna RixjU Iiiiumj of 5 outbulldlnRa. For Information niilv to (!. A. Wai.tch, KliiRavllte, or Jr.iiti. Vai.tkii, Htanford, Ky. S yi tn-lm Twrlre acre of Innd didn't know it was loaded and was in- ; stantly killed by a pistol he was play. Ing with. nnd gravel roads in Lincoln t ounty, Ky., was heretofore to wit , on tho 12th day of July, the first day of the July term of said Court, 1897, presented to and receiv ed by the Judge of said Court, and that Andrew Carnegie has secured con- said written application wns signed by a trol of the big Norrie iron ore mine. It number of voters of said County equal to has an output of one million tons of ore more than 15 per cent of tho legal voters of said County cant at the last proceeding yearly, and it is said to be worth general election held in said ounty which was a general nad regular election and it further appearing that the object and purJudge Beard, of Sheibyville, has fix- pose of said petition and written applicaed tho price of hugs at 5 each. An tion are to remove nil doubts as to the vaintoxicated stranger who hugged two lidity of the election on free turnpies romls in Lincoln County, girls on the street, was fined $10 for tho and gravel the will of the people on ami enrry out free olTcn&c. turnpikesjn said County as expressed nt the last November election, nnd to insure Gen. A. J. Warner has announced the sale of bonds Issued for the purchase his candidacy for the United States of tho pikes in Lincoln County at a preSenate to succeed Hanna and it is said mium and not a loss, and the petitioners that John It. McLean will give him a makinga said npplication having paid into Court, stiiricient amount of money to pay clear field. for thii" order and the expense of printing and advertising and other necessary expenses connected with the election prayed for, it is now Ihereforc ordered that an election be held in Lincoln County, Ky. at tho next recular election on tho 2d day of November, 1897, more than 00 days intervening between the entering of this order and the day of the regular election, to take the sense of the qualified nnd legal voters of snid County upon tho proposition to have free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln '."ounty, and Thomas I). Ncwland, theSherifTof Lincoln County, is hereby directed to open a poll at each nnd all of the precincts and voting places in said County of Lincoln, at the time heretofore designated for the purpose of taking the sense of tho qualified voters of the County of Lincoln, on the proposition aforcsaidj'and for the reasons recited in the written application. The said Thomas D. Newlanil, Sheriff aforesaid, will have this order published in the Interior Jouknal, a newspaper published at Stanford, Ky,, for at least 30 days prior to tho e'ection and will also advertise tho same SAM M. OWENS, by printed hand bills posted in at least For Sheriff. four conspicuous places in each voting precinct, for the same length of time and at court housed or. The election for the A large quantity of liquor, which purpose of aforesaid shall be held by the was being shipped to Alaska as kero- same officers who hold tho regular Nosene and sugar, was seized by govern- vember election and In all respects held in accordance with the provisions of the ment authorities. general election laws of this State. The question, "Are you in favor of free Rev. D. E. Foglo, of Middleburg, turnpikes and gravel roads If" to bo printwon ono of the scholarships in the Uni- ed on the ballot as provided for in the versity of Chicago, for meritorious at- general election law, section 1459, Kentucky statues. tainments in scholarship. State of Kentucky, OC1, County of Lincoln. Two men condemned to death in James F. Cummins, clerk of the LinI, North Carolina, and who broke jail, coln county court, do hereby certify that the foregoing order is a true and correct were caught in Montana. copy of same, as appears on tho records in $12,000,000, It has been olllcially determined that writtt-- application asking for a vote upthe James G. Fair estate is worth only on tho ptoposition to have free turnpikes a instead of .$00,000,000, as popularly supposed. Wealth is usual ly over estimated. . HEJHLiIL.O at ! .JOHN SAM OWSLEY, Tho striker art) going to work nnd coul For Common wealth's Attorney. will pooh 1kj coming, naco your orderH so that wo can work early and lain. Wo thank you for favor nnd kindly ask the continuance of name. We have no Millcltorn tried and never found wanting and walking tho atrci'ta, but await jour order, which will be neatly anil promptly tilled. their past record is an earnest of what Don't aak credit for we have no capltnl to may bo expected of them in the fuback u. Wo would have a telephone In our ture. oftlco but we can't hear. Come and ce ust. There Is not n better, quicker or NOEfi .V SON. (Sen "ad.") (Ml Jr., Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Or' STANrOUP, KY. Pall up CiplUl, SurplM, $200,000 00 17,603 80 II y provliloo of lla charter, iledtort are a are drjlluri In Natloail IUukj, fully protected ll aharvholilen hln he hi Individually liable to thaeitent of tho amount of their itork therein at the par value thereof, In addition to tbeaiuounl In aucb tharw. It way act u executor, ad. utlnlitrator.truitee, Ac, ai fully at an Indlvlaual. Tendering our thank to tluae, who haveelitruit rd their buitaru to ui. we trust they will ruutluu to do to, and we offer ai a guarantee for prompt 41. tentlon to ume our 'JO yrara' experience In honk. ajat coruUtent Inland u liberal with aound bank Int. niR(CTOR. J. J. Wllllami, Mt Venion; V. II. Cutuiuliu, I'lrachcravllle; J. H Owiley.Sr., J. II. Owsley, WillUin (iooch, S. II. SliAiil., H. J. Kinbry, J. K. Cub, A, W, Carpenter; J. i:. I.vnn, J. N, Meiicfoe. more conscientious judge in the State than Judge Saulley. His decisions are rarely reversed and ho has succeeded In clearing the crowded dockets of his court in a most gratifying manner. His defeat would be in tho nature of a public calamity, but of Kentucky Isaac Bell, principal owner of the Witness my hand this 13th dav of AuOld Dominion steamship line, died in gust, 1897. Attest JAS. F. CUMMINS, New York. Wm. Shodoan, of l'uloskl, has a valClerk Lincoln County Court. uable sow, says the I'aragon. She has M. F. NORTH, In obedience to the foregoing order of had 28 pigs since April 1 and all arc the Lincoln County Court, which is made For Representative, part of this notice, an election will be alive. held at all the regular voting places in One of th TJafortwuBtc. said county, for the purpose named in "Itangeley was never made for s bisaid order at the next regular election cycle ault." which will bo held November 2, 1897, which election bliall In all respects bo held "No, and his suit doesn't look, ns in accordance with the provisions of tho though It were made for him, either." general election laws of this State. Chicago Journal. T. D. NEW LAND. A NltThtmarv. Sheriff Lincoln County, Ky "Wofi de matter wit" ye, Weary? Yo look sad." "Gee! 1 dreamed I wus workln in a on oap factory las night." N. Y. Truth. mv oftlco. Election Bond Issue. fortunately there Is little chance of such a thing. The best men of all par ties are for htm. Wo might go on through tho list to tell of the excellent points of each candidate, but It Is useless. The people know them to bo honest, true and capable and will see that they are elected. There is not a traitor nor a turncoat in Villoma. "Do you believe in second sight?" "To a certain extent I do. I have more than once seen double." Louisville Courier-Journal. ScltBtlBc Methods. Birch Riches have wingsl Pine Possibly, but most millionaires seem to have succeeded In clipping them pretty successfully. Brooklyn Life, GEORGE B. COOPER, For County Clerk. The regular democratic convention for Greater New York nominated Justice Van Wyck for mayor. The platform makes no reference to tho Chica- go declaration on the money question, but denounces government by injunction and takes a strong position in fa-- J vor of municipal ownership of ull franchisee , GEORGE W. DEBORD, For Jailer. S. II. Shanks, rrtildeiit: J. II. Owtley, Cwhler; orricmv. W. M. IlrUht, Teller . IbbIIIHbbK Registered Splendid individuals Both Inst Fall's and KAKKMPRTMWtPXwrtwL this Snrinc's far row. Prices rensonnble No charge for crating. J. U. Is H. J. MeHOBERTS, Stanford. Du-rocs. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK A. 5t. PRXCtH, Surgeon 1 w BatBtBtBtatatK Dentint, STANIOiri), KY. Surplus $15,750. Capital Stock $100,000. Attention nf the ulillc la railed to the fjet that thlt i tho only National Hank In Stanford, fuller the provision ot the National Hank Act ileltors uro ws'unil not only by the capital Mock, hut hy the Mock holders' liability for nu amount ctjualtn the stink so that dijioslioraof this lustltti. tiou am secured by a fund ol .tO,(n). I ite sworn statements o( tho roudltlon ol tho ll.ink are made rjoh year to the Unltisl States lioiernuient nnd it nuuta am exauiiuisl at stated times by Kineininciil nKents, I Inn securing additional andisrlect salel to deiHxItora. This iiiMltutlon nriitinnlly establliheil as the De jiosil liank ol SUIifonl In IMS, then risitxaulieil nt the Natlmi.il Hank ofSlautord In bivt nudaKaln reork'anlztsl as tho I'lrst National Hank of Stanford In 1M.', has had prartlrally an uninterrupted exist, enro for III years. It Is belter supiied now will, laellltles for trunMetiuu buslnros promptly and liberally than ever lieforo In its lung and honorable career. Arcouuts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tirun and Individuals solicited. addressed the African Methodist conference in Frankfort ami was introduced to Bishop Salter, tho latter kissed Bradley's ' hand because It was the hand that ' signed tho pardon of Dinning. i ! I When Gov. Bradley Stanford, K.y. Offlceorer McllobtrtV Drug Store lu thel Owslej UullJIni;. DR. W. 3. GARLANDSINGLETON, For Supereiitentleiit of Schools. li Lite. PBrN. at IlesMuntt The president has appointed the Hon HosetuTownsend, of Colorado, to succeed the late Judge Kilgoru as judge uf tho United States court for the Southern district of Colorado. C. C. iHmi JIB Gilllsple, formerly of Huston-vill- e, dentist, Office on : Stanford, : Ky. a good man and democrat, is a candidate for chief of police of Somer- J. F. IIOLDAM, For Circuit Clerk. the lot and in point of standing and in everything that go towards making men, they are as far above tho republican lay-oas tho stars are above tho earth. Tho democrats aro thoroughly united in their determination to redeem the county and wo haven't a doubt that thoy will do so. Tho times are auspicious, the ticket appeals to every lover of good government and everything points to a full and complete victory. ut set. oiKicToaa. T. V. III, Tanner, McKlntiey. W, A. Tribble J.H.Collicr.Crab Orcli'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon M, D.l.luiure, Manroru orriCKRs. I. S. Ilockcr, rresldent; J. J. Moltolnirti Cashier A. A McKlntiey, AvIttautCashler. 1 1 n. l. Harris, .1. Mocker, K. K. Itcld. Lincoln Co.: S. I .. n. .1. W. Havden. Stanford luiighmau, :iLki3ftiait LLLLV!aaaaaa' Tll ifcvfh. ONFEDERATE VETERAN. NASHVILI.U, TENN. orr:c:.vz.Y ar.rT;:iMa United Cfini'odvraif eur.tna, United Dauitin ot ibc Cantetl-t- a i The Son. ;:J c".cr ..' Cr-'MZ- , Marriage proved a failure to Dr. It. N. Fhigg, of Yon leers, N. Y., and with in a few hours after tho knot was tied ho jumped out of his bridal chambor window at New York and dashed his brains out on tho stony streets. Kdltor Sam M. Boone, Jr., of the ..:,.. ..i ,..i. - i Is " "inillliii iui Kit,)- merit " ii .......u..iu irKC''- IJi - U. A. CU.NiMlfiUHMM. mctiov lit Clubs wltUihiilUt. Somerset. r. Ke-tim't- Ol .. ('.GRANVILLE BAKER, . J For Assessor. Regular term Lincoln ' ounty Court he'd August Jth. ldl)7, I, Win. L. Daw-ho- n Judge presiding, in the matter of free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln County. On motion of the applicants, W. A. Carson, J. T Attains, Wm. Ml in and others-, voters of Lincoln ( ounty heretofore directed to ami received by the Judgo of the Lincoln County Court, on the l'Jlli, day of July 1S07, the fitst day of the regChicago Record. ular term of the Lincoln ounty ( ourt, A ,mv Variety. was submitted to the Judgo of said ourt Jack Did Miss Prim give you the on the IHli day of August, 1M)7, the first coldbhoulderor the glad.Jiand? day of tho Vugusl u rnt vt Lincoln CounOhollio Neither. She gave me tie ty "Court, nnd it appearing to the satisfaction of tho Judge of said Court that a tilted nose. N. Y. Press. I "Poor Wtikely lends a dog's life." "Indeed?" "Yes, his wife spends all her time waiting on him and calling him pet names I" Chicago Journal. A Distinction. Miss Outertown Isn't there, a Mrs. Skinner in this village, who keeps boarders? Ill Hubbel She takes boarders, ma'am; but she don't keep 'em. Truth. Kat SurirlnluK. "Wo were out In the country and didn't have any oil, so Lew Spokes put a little whisky in the head of the wheel." "Did it run easier?" "No. It got tight." Cycling Gazette. .Not .Spiritual .Methods. "Even u fly can do good by getting a man awake in time to attend church." "Yes, but it doesn't put him in the proper frame of mind to go there." I have opened u sliop itt thu forks of tin. Uuitonvillu and Mllleilgevlllo pike- -, near Mr. K. IEuId's and uui prepared to do ull kinds of Blacksmithing and Woodwotk, At tho lowest prices and In the best manner. I guarantee till my wot k. I will take all kinds of country produce, except for lior&e shoeing which i 00 cents, cash. Please give me a slinio of your patronage t. 1 c. 11. MAYES. Election on Question of Free Turnpikes. Special term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held August 9th, 1897, Hon Wm. L Dawson, Judge, presiding, with tho following J nstices of the Peace present, Jno. Ed u iston, A G. Faulkner and J. W. Walter A motion was made, seconded and carried, that an election be and the same is hereby called to be held at the next regular election in Lincoln County, which does not occur in sixty days from this date, to wit. on the 2d day of November, 197, to asceitain whether or not the legal voters of Lincoln County arc In favor ol empowering and authorizing the Fiscal Court of said County, to issue and sell bonds from time to time within the constitutional limitations for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining the turnpiko roads of Lincoln County, freo of toll to the traveling public, mud bonds to bear interest not exceeding six per cent, per annum payable with coupons attached; to be in denominations of not less than $100 nor more than $1,000 to run not more than 30 years and to be redeemed within Unit time nt the pleasure of the Court, nnd to be sold nt not less than par value 1 he Sheriff of Lincoln County is directed to advertise said ami the object thereof for at least 20 days beforehand in the Interior Journal nnd Stanfortl Commercial, two newspapers published in Stanford, Ky , and also s posttd up, at not by printed less than four public places in each voting precinct, of Lincoln County, and at the Court house door In Stanford, Ky All legal voters of Lincoln County be priviledged to vote nt said election. The same olliceis lhat hold the regular election shall hold this election, which shall in all respects be held in accordance with the general election laws of this State, and at all the regular voting places of Lincoln County. The question: "Aro you in favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and maintenance of tho turnpike roads of this County fieo of toll to the traveling public," shall be printed on the ballots as provided by section 1459 of the Kentucky Statutes Tho otllcers of the election aro directed to certify tho thereof as required by law State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln. I, James F. Cummins, Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that the foregoing order is a true and correct copy of same, ns appears on tho records in my office. Witness my hand this 13th, day ' of August, 1897. Attest: JAS. P. CUMMINS, Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obedienco to the foregoing order of tho Fiscal i ourt of Lincoln County, which is made part of this notice, nn election will ht he d nt all tho regular voting places in said ( ounty, for the purpose named in said order, at the next regit ar election, which will bo held November 2d, 1817, which election shall in all res- peels be hehl in accordance with the of the general election laws of this state T. I). NKWLAND. ShenH Lincoln County, Ky. semi-annuall- y ec-tion hand-bill- ro-su- it pro-visio- ns Hpw Republican Ticket. . Sm1 Democratic Ticket. . IT ' SlS I I mtKmF taAaMll f Sii S ? X liiterfiiatiioiial x Tho ()no Succri,vrtft Hil I People's Ticket. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Prohibition Ticket. . For Clerk of the Court of Appeals; For Clerk of the Court of Appeal.", For Clerk of lliu Court of Appeal, James G. Bailey, - - S. J. Shackelford, I Joe A. Parker. 7 . . -,- - 0. I "" I T. "Wallace, ............... I For Circuit Judge, "William Ilerndon, - nNr For Circuit Judge, For Commonwealth's Attorney, a C. o .i OaUlleV, - - I I I I II MISS NELLIE ELY. For Commonwealth's Attorney, J. : For State Senator, 33. S. Owsley, Jr., - - I Q For State Senator, O - B. King, - - - I George T. Farris, For Representative. For Representative, A. C. Carman, - M. F. rorth, - For County Judge, For County Judge, "W. L. Dawson, - James P. Bailey, - - For County Clerk, For County Clerk, I I James F. Cummins, . a George B. Cooper, - 1 For Circuit Clerk, For Circuit Clerk, Appointed it Colonel on the Sta ef Tenneaaec'a Governor. Woman's spbero has extended to every field of human effort except the field of battle. i'o states can lay claim to better right to extend this prerogative to the sex than Georgia and Tennessee. Nearly every foot of soil iu these two commonwealths hns known the fury of shell and lire. In the absence of any constitutional prohibition In their respective states, Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, and Gov. Robert L. Taylor, of Tennessee, have seen fit to appoint ladies on their staffs, with the commissions of colonel. Those maTtial qualities and those soldierly instincts which Joan d'Aro developed on tho field aro not looked for nor expected from these women. They are not asked to buckle on armor and go forth seeking whom they may devour. Their commissions were graceful recognition of tho fact that "Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war." The fair colonel from Tennessee is a typical representative of an illustrious lineage. Col. Nellie Ely springs from a family that has contributed to tho history of two states. Her antecedent, Gov. isaao Shelby, enjoyed the unique distinction of having been tho first governor of Kentucky and the subsequent governor of the later sister commonwealth of Tenng nessee. She comes of a race of beautiful women. Her mother was Miss John M. Johnson. For County Attorney, in J. F. Holdam, - Thomas J. Culton, For Sheriff, - For County Attorney, a II Lw.s Harvey Helm, j For Sheriff,' .. James C. King, - Samuel M." Owens, " - I For Jailer, Joseph Phelps, - - For Jailer, E George W. DcBord, - For Assessor, W. R. Cook, - For Assessor. n "H MISS NELLrE ELY. (Appointed Colonel on tba Staff of Ten- neaaee'a Governor.) C G. Baker, - For Coroner, For Coroner, John Crow; - - - William Landgraf, For Superintendent of Schools, For Superentendent of Schools, Miss Kate Blain, - - Garland Singleton, - Ituth Whiteside, of ShelbyviUe, Tenn., who was noted in her day for being one of the south's most'lbeautiful and cultured women. An aunt of Col. Ely was the famous southern beauty, Miss Mnggio Whiteside, now Mrs. Judge Beard en, whone fame as a bell was coextensive with the south in antebellum days. Another aunt of this gifted and accomplished officer waa Mrs. James .Mather, who is well remembered in New York society. Col. Ely has been the leading spirit in the chief military functions of this state since her debut. She received the best educational advantages and supplemented them by close application to the finer arts. She has been a social favorite wherever her presence has been felt. At -- "How is it, colonel?" asked the hopeful young bunco steerer, addressing tho Scen Next Senaun. d master of the craft, "that Ilankcrchlefs next season will be jou have always been so successful In gaudier than ever before. They will be nicking out juicy suckers, and never of all the colors of tho rainbow, in sol- hae to wnstc 3 our time on unprofitaids, stripes, plaids, polka dots and fig- ble subjects?" ures. Even white ones will not be "I simply wait till I hear a man say plain, for, when not heavily embroi- that he is a pretty good judge of human dered, they will bo lace trimmed, not nature," replied the veteran; "and then with ono edge of loco as heretofore, but I know ho is just what 1 am looking with several lace frills phiccd one above for." ruck. tho other and on both Bides of the handThnt Tree Waa Worth Keeping. kerchief, for the fashionable article-hn"No, sir," said Dr. Jalap, "I wouldn't neither right nor wrong side. Many samples shown have centers of have that apple tree, cut down for ony solid colors colors, not tints with money." "But you never get any fruit from It," borders in contrasting colors, plaids, checks, polka dots nnd pronounced argued Brown. "Boys steal all the apfloral designs. Other handkerchiefs ples from Itbeforcthey are half ripe." "That's just it," replied the doctor appear to be thin bits of colored muslin over which small flowers or leaves are with a quiet smile; "that tree brings strewn. To a careless observer they mo a good ?200 eery year." Odds and Ends. seem nothing more or less than squares of printed lawn. Close Wlint .M it inn ulil. inspection shows a linen of the dain "Dick proposed to me last night." tiest quality, with a regular and gen"What did j 011 tell him?" erally highly artistic design, stamped "I said he had bctterask mamma, and as distinctly on one side ax the other. what do jou think the wretch said" Black, navy blue, scarlet nnd brown "Goodness know si" handkerchiefs embroidered in white, "He hnid he had asked her already, block or contrasting colors nro to be nnd she wouldn't hate him." Boston used by travelers and should always Beacon. correspond in color with tho toilet. Ill Infaciirrta the Cnnlriirl. Traveling handkerchiefs should nccr Customer You remember you sold be One of the newest nnd daintiest hand- me this coat yesterday? You said you would return kerchiefs to be seen is of sheer white satisfactory. the money If it wasn't or light colored linen muslin, with n Clothing .Merchant But, sir, d triple border of footing. it vos quvite satisfactory; my dear had 1 nefer The footing, of course, is always white. petter There is no hemstitching, the first row Buck. money as dot in all my life. being whipped on a rolled edge, while A Sriiantlonnl AITalr. the second row is put on, one row on "My hair turned from raen black cither sido of tho handkerchief, just above. TIiIb handkerchief, though so to snowy w hlto in a single night." "That's nothing. I went into a pawnsimple thnt it could be easily made at home, is especially dainty looking, nnd broker's shop once nnd stayed s. When I came out my watch adapted to go with the most elegant toilet. Frills of lace aro put on in a had turned from gold to siher." Chisimilar manner, sometlnio--s as many as cago Becord. six rows being used to tho side. Of Clalrvoj unor. courso one great trouble with the.se "I see," said the gypsy, "n dark womdainty bits of muslin will an who will cause you trouble in money be the difficulty of having them washed, inntters." but tho dealers ay tills objection is "Gweat heavens!" murmured Cliollie. overcome by the norrowDCfla of the laee. "Is that washerwoman going to hold After washing, they need only to be me laundry for waiibom again?" Inrubbed over with the iron, and when dianapolis Journal. taken out for use the lace, la pulled out A Maatrrplree. between the fingers, making the. handBishop Goodfcllow So you think kerchief much fresher in appearance than It would be were the lace pulled John Gotrox's will is n masterpiece of legal ingenuity and acumen, do you? out on leaving the wash. N. Y. Sun. Judge Shnrpley Sir, I drew it; and I will stake my reputation upon thnt NEW BICYCLE SADDLE. will's lasting in the courts as long as the It la Caraatracted EtapeclaJlr for the property does. Judge. WoMfB, A Hchuolhojr'a Idea. The latest thing in bicycle seats, and Master Do you understand the meanone to which it is said physicians no objection whatever, Is the new ing of the terms capital nnd labor? Small Boy Yes, sir; I know what it ball bearing saddle. It is made in two separate parts, adjusted with special is. If a boy toboggans down a hill, adaptability to the human anatomy, that's capital. If another boy pulls the and has been made with special cure as sled up. that's labor. a woman's saddle. It Is the only saddle Another I'nllncloua Quotation. which has ever been constructed on the Mrs. Skinner (talking about thoHtock common sense plan and the only saddle market) I tell you what, Mr. which is built especially for women. It "there's nothing like leather." moves with the body, avoids all irritaMr. Starbojirdcr (vainly sawing) tion, and secures greater comfort and Oh! yes, there is this ttetik, for Infreedom than other style- - of saddle. stance! Buck. nAlinv HANnKPnnHIFC? the Colors of the ItnlntioMr 'III l;r ( Nat. Democatic Ticket. Icrk of tho Court of Appeal ' 2 II I- - - J. It. Hiiulman, . I I I I I -- Ilia IMnn. 'I ..I - - a. rrrTl TtT 6-i- : . , wtttr lion, 11 J l.li'Vrr, JiiiUcu U. 0. 8nirrtiK ( outl. 9 niUiru'jnl" Orcnt ,ltuui!anl Authority, 2 X V i"i SM-A- BJa,,1'rc fcS 0 i I BH M V Prtnint ourtmamlur iirar 'r. i,'0R,MS5IS?-- ,l nil the Kt e mi X I CD .) 1 - Commciulctl ' ' Warmly Jl X X I IM -' H B J- nlinutt will IM lenfa.aiiiliitbrrtjhmiioii milulxT, &KWMttiV, X leulirr. wlmlur, mh. I n-- I - foa.l.t.inl innti kal dliirnUir. jHB VTMnnncTrnnnDirnpii Li kaall A 0 In invalunlilennil In o tlm IhiiiwIioIiI. 9 tier? 9 6 ir V V X hoary-heade- V nn(llii'ritiriinitrf.biiil'rtirrKiialnuncrwllli tho later iiUtkui ( Wrl-t- er dim Jntrrtuuiuiiitli 9 liaa Intm to rntanl It aa tlm Ipnat ralual.le, au.l Q A to fnl.lT It -- a tlm aun.lar.1 M far mhujui.o 6 9 Q X A X 6 It la eaiy to find Hie word wanted. 9 M U eaay to ascertain the pronunciation. O It lacoay lo trace the growth of word. O It la cniy to learn what a word mean. 2 Tito Hale tgti SewHtr Observer ifnyn: Our Imlh Muni 0 9 0 wrrn 2 fnrnx-rlj- r tor X &AMo&vr! A 6 lSnectmrn parr xnl on application to 6 "... - C. Ml'.MUAM CO., lUtUUahcrm, C- airr thu ucst. X X x a L- -L t W Ll HJH s WAGES OF SIN A Book for Young anil Old. SECURE NERVOUS OUR RECORD -- liem-otltch- 111 Sli 1878 250,000 MEN 0LOOD DISEASED tl SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES CURED ZR YOUNG 1 CURED 250,000 lllto MAN of II 10 t line- - I lid niliuriui-iiitoo 1Mb to I lace-trimme- d. ' .. . urrtir. .llilutf nlieu IKimrant ill" a D,. finely-plaite- PP 1 ImMf Uhrn re your rye nblo rrMiltf, fctir. to ii Utrr nri In innn jour Tll7 IM'I iioii-f- l r ti cio khi rurrti; iioiu mm ntnl then pre kiiiio alannliiff rynii Icirm mnrrr In uur i.rrnl cin Iirr lllloii? .iiKiin."l,llvi: VTlll.lt. I.IKK SON.' If nurrlol. nro jou niti Mnntly litin. hi ilrradT I marilnco n fnllnm Mltli) nu on account of nny iral ....,lmi itnlv rnhil.lftr ... .......... i iiti, mil nrcl.I lie tir ATl;rIl!.OOl I- - Tim nilllnl nature ncalntt rrilb!e rrlmn rou u li(lc..itmrttrrlU )ii only!-minute- cfUfJ 7llaro yon turn .IriicrH with Tlii Ixx.klrt will .(nt out to inrreiiry you Iho rrtilt of lliro rrtuir arijiantit .MCTllOI) nut -- urn rnumlliy rarly alure or lalrr rx. hnwuur M;V lace-trimm- ed syphilis. rii.i:h"i. SIKICTI lti:. LMPOTIIVCY, Ht ihiain'h. rN.vvtriiAii ms- ('II UK)!.. KIDNHV ami 1ILA111;11 illrraprt. VAltirocin.K. i MKNT will tlhrly rur you. It thitwuliow tliniiaaiiil liMohcrn lanxltiy our Nl.W 1 lli:T.MKNT. It irovr how wo rnn 111' MUNTI'i; TO (t III; ANY iTKAIII.i: CASK (lit NO 'K n irmt ami cure MILLIONS, Till; VI rr CURES GUARANTEED rnrlnln ?r itamp. CONiM I.TATIOS Kill K. If unnliln In oil. wrllo for OI'KSTION II.SK for IIOMi: rilKAT.MKNT. 'Tho W'aeti of 51n" writ frrr l.r Kennedy 11 r--J. Kergan ( 4 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. e can-mak- Tit-Bit- s. 444444444444! 441444 44 f 44 4 444444444444' i. 4 m4444 y--vm U.1.IJI itk fr -- fr- - -- ' iTa "fr - 't -- ""- ' 1. Z. Z, , b -- f Star-boarde- r, 4 i ( For Surveyor, ElamBall, " - T "I I For Surveyor, !l -- lons of wino a year. Tho public lands still vacaut in this country amount to over 000,000,000 acres without including Alaska, with its 809,000,000 acres. Daring tho Indian famino of 1879-8tho mint at Bombay received $12,000,-00- 0 worth of gold and silver ornaments sold by tho natives for food. The farther north the moro injurious to the human system is the use of ooffoo. Qreenlauders havo found it necessary to prohibit its use by the vonuo 0 Magistrates and Constables are also The Magistrates to be voted for are to be voted for. So far the republi- J. H. Raines, Stanford; W. D. Wal-licans have made no nominations in Crab Orchard; W. A. Coffey, either Stanford or Crab Orchard pre- Hustonville; J. T. Brown, Waynes-burg- . cincts, but at Waynesburg, John A. Singleton has been named for MagisThe Constable Nominees are M. trate and Hen Record, Constable. At Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K. Pet-tuHustonville, Columbus Wheeler, for Crab Orchard; T.G. Nunnelley, Magistrate, Tim Root for Constable. Hustonville; W. F. Clvmer, Waynes-burcolonel. She Is a brunette of medium stature. n tho largest tobacco crop in the In her every movement there is grace, empiro within 20 yearn was that In addition to this the vote will be and in every glance of her large, brilof 1805. It yielded 48,580 tons of dried taken on Freeing the Pikes and the liant eyes there is that peculiar charm tobacco. so noted in the southern type. N. . Bond Issue. The largest encyclopedia work in Herald. is the Buddhist Tuupym. It inLove Meaaagea on Flo era. cludes 22C volumes. Only four sets are lovers have a prettj South known to exist. a new remedy wus recently suggested custom. American known that when the It is well is a grapevino at Oys, Portugal, for cold iu the head. The treatment There which bears a sufficient amount of consisted of a few light taps with a rub- petals of the great laurel magnolia arc grapes to make un averago of 150 gal- ber hammer on tho forehead just abovo touched, however lightly, the result is u, s, cinating personality. Gov. Taylor has known her since childhood. Warm friendship has existed between the governor and the colonel's father, Mr Jesso Ely, for years. Her appointment is perhaps due in some measure to this friendship, but chiefiy to the social triumph, she achieved on the occasion of the late reunion ball, when, as vice president of the club, she devoted all her energies to its success. She wore neither jewelry nor flowers upon this occasion, but appeared in a plain gown of red satin. Her beauty, however, with her native refinement and modesty of demeanor, made her conspicuous when least she sought to be. It was on this occasion that Gov. Taylor announced his Intention of commissioning her a Itichmond, Va.; at Dallas, Tex.: at St. LouIb amd other points all who have come within the radius of her Influence have succumbed to her wonderfully fas- Vte. 4RHK HHfelFK ""t' fF .'tI r IMeaaaat Time. Miss Dc Fashion Did you have a pleasant time this summer? Miss Dc Style Perfectly lovely. We moved around ho much I didn't have to be seen In the snme dress twice. Yellow Book. A 41 41 41 Another Ilelualon. SENSIBLE BICYCLE SADDLE. Who holJoth his tongue Is a hero, they say; Hut this, too, is somewhat a Its hygienic qualities are its recom- For frequently people sit silent sell. way that mendation. Many women who have not Decauso they have nothing to tell. been able to endure the ordinary MidChicago Record. dles, and hence have never thoroughly MODKIt.X L.OVH. enjoyed riding a wheel, will be able to take much pleasure out of the new one. These are made in any color, to fit any wheel, nnd adapted to any weight. It is said to be the most sensible sent made. JbPTrJ-fe' When traveling always carry a tiny m . 1 box of flaxseed for possible cinders, is a a BWf a the advice given by a medical journal. The instant a foreign substance is felt in the eye throw back the head and drop two or three flaxseeds on the ball of the eye, and lift the upper lid and draw it down over them, so as to hold them in. There is no disagreeable sensation attached to putting tho seed in, nnd the If relief will come instantly. The moisture of the eye dampens the seed, nnd it Brother Oh, I do so love the sea! gives out a mucous substance which Sister Hns it any money? Detroit spreads over the eye and covers tho Free Press. grit. After awhile the seeds will tegin Her lleaponae. to work out, and will bring the offendI nsked If her picture ing particle with them. To me uho would give, --.i-- 4si r f jy iLV I IVil rIv 'VXl Siti Ji.l 4444 ijt it. -- lt T ,1UM EtitH''t 1 14444; I) 4444k! --1T1 .. .. .a. .1. ., ; Iloir to Ilemove Clndera. " t"l i --- j" h" " g. aMSLYTl II 4444' Vi 4444' 444444444444; 44444444444444; 444k444k4M44i4: Offfff r " ! 444444444444; 4 444444 4 4 4 4 4 mu44 IllllllllllllllllllllllllltMU f W 41 M 41 CV 41 j c i. 4444o 4444 irlHli, 444.4.;: 4444:: -:t-ti.-- I fi t- 1r. tt I ! ia, st " 1 ' y : ; ; : Ger-aaa- j co PATENT. rartlrn linviiiB liivenliut.s they lih to procure tin r latenii throunh out Kcner. Ineutir'H Manual, a book rontaintnc . eott nf patents, mnilo of etc., anil ottierlnformrttlun.Hiit fi rfe itnmp. Onrllitof pa'onti ivanled, f(.rihlrhltrecumi of inouey nre ouVreil, ent with theMauual.free. o liml iLirelmavra for patent, piorurcd tiiroiiKh our ugewy. rinnrli oilWe.. In nil the prlnclprtlc.tleaun.iln r'l (orcts'i cotintr.ea. j.ro.'i-dure- the root of tho nose. Tho discoverer of a brown spot, which develops in a few this remedy cluims that slight shocks hours. The fact is taken advantage oi upon terminal nerves havo tho effect of by the lover who pulls a magnolia flower, and on one of its pure white causing the blood vessels to contract. petals write a motto or message with By actual measurement of 00 skelepencil. The h a hard, tons the right arm and left leg have sends tho flower, the j'oung lady puts it been found to bo longer in 23, the left in a vase of water, and in three or four arm and right leg in 0, tho limbs on hours the message written on the leal the right longer than thoso on tho left becomes auite visible nnd remains so. in 4, and in tho remainder tho inequality of tlto limbs was varied. Only 7 out Three people were drowned near Tell of 70 skeletons meusured, or 10 per City, Ind., by tho upsetting of u bluff. cent, had limbs of equal length. they were rowing in. sharp-pointe- d Carious Marriage Caatom. A negative. Town Topic. In Brittany there is said to prevail a curious marriage custom. On certain Himt He I. oat Ilia Influence. fete days the young ladles nppear in red d poet John Doe Is that petticonts, with white or yellow bor- still the star boarder? ders around them. The number of bornot Itlchnrd Doe No, indeed. ders denotes the portion the father Is in it any more. He married lie is the landwilling to give his daughter. Each lady. X. Y. Journal. white band denotes silver 100 francs They- - Took the Initiative. per annum; each yellow band repreSappy And Iim really the firstmau sents gold a thousand fran'cbn year. yliu ever kissed? Pauline Cert! The others were Mrs. Langtry baya iho hau retired never so bashful. Yellow Kid Maga-7lnfrom the etagc. long-hairee. And, smlllnp, she gave mo THZ VVORLD'C P.tCCRESS, O. J. B.j.tv, PLUMnT..CIHCIHNA73,0 Mancrxr,-501-3C7 Ilo sure ."o f"ntoi ; rirrtxw. n- Who can think ot aomo ilmpls thing to patentt Pmtoct your Idraai thrr may bring you wealth. Wr'te JOHN WKDDEUUUHN A CO Patent Altor-MyWaiblngtnn, D. C.for tbelr $i.BU0 prlia oiler Wanted-f- ln Idea DS r. - UK nt tw"Btra InTe-tlO- eU. -- MtaaaLta mtvmmmmmm zrrrrr- - ?mM liWIamAlafcl. WU . THEINTER10R JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., Octoiikk E. C. 5, 1897 DANKS fits spectacles. New homo mado fcorghum at i Hig-gins it McICinnoy's. & I'UKSCltiPTioNS prices at Craig N. B. Where you have more than one quality of any drug dered, and when we do not specify the maker, filled at lowest cash - or- Hooker's. Walton, Bupi.vi&h Maxagi:k. to-da- The sale y of J. F. Govcr will occur and John Hailoy's Wednesday. store-room- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. HSH s I'ltKSi'KH'Tlo.vSnru filled ritfht and s Two for at rljjht prices at Penny's IMitf Store. joining Farmers Hunk it rent both ad. Trust Co. W. r. Walton. JJIwavs Send fehe Besfe. 1 Union Suit Sale. high-grad- e Wo herewith oiler our trade what in tunlonhtedly the host values ever ollcr-o- d in Underwear anywhere hy any one. This is a hi claim, but it is nil true. We will tell you why wc can do this. Thesu Union Suit." are made hy nil old Quaker manufacturer in Philadelphia, Irom whom wo have been getting them for live year. He made only wool goods for Indies and children, but for the hibt two mmwhis, on account of heavy demand for cheap I g(MHl!, he found his goods too line to sell fast, hi this year ho has turned his '' machines on other gook lie had left over i(M) Children's I Wool Union Suits in three grades which he offered to close at f the prices we had lieon paying him. We took the lot, as wo are always after special values to Wo have cold these good- - for five years, and know that oflor our customer. j .9 they are made of the finest and choicot wool obtainable and one-hal- Will Not Shrink Tn wah, and fer L 1 will not M'mtch. For verification of this .statement we can re- of ladies who havo Ixuight the.MS goods. you to score.We are not privi- leged to uo their milium in an "ail" but will name them to you in the store. Nolo below the three lots with new prices and old prices and qualities of each sio: XiOT 1. Children's White Union Suits Which Will Not Shrink. All-Wo- ol Size .'J, Hi Suits at 4 " 1,(52 " " f, 70 " 0,51 " 7.51 " Cents, Formerly i?1.00. " 15 1.00. " " 50 1.25. 10 55 00 1.U5. 1.50. LOT 2, Children's Natural Wool Union Suits. Size 3, 8 Suits 6; Cents, former price Si. 25. 11 4, 3S " 75 1.35. 11 6, 32 " 85 1. 50. i 51.00 1.65. 7. 46 .1 If i songs Litti.k Miss Mary Hurch will leave acteristic uniqueand banjo picking. It is both and mirth provokto visit her aunt, Miss Rachel ing. Remember tho date Oct. 20. Allison, in Lexington and will go from there to Georgetown, Paris and CinIt is less than a month till tho eleccinnati with her. tion and during that time a great deal Mosk Cook, who has sont several of pulling and hauling and speechifyweeks with his relatives in this county, ing will be done. There Is no great returned U) Nashville Saturday. Mr. deal of speculation as to the result as It Junius H. Hooker, of Hustonvllle, re- is almost conceded that tho ticket nomturned with him and will take in the inated by tho democrats will defeat the Size 3, 10 Suits 85 Cents. Last Year, Si. 50. Exposition. ono put out by tho republican commit11 Mil. S. W. Mknekke, of the D. & D. tee, 13 of the IW of whom aro Negroes. " Si. 00 4,, 46 1.75. Institute, was hero Sunday, telling of a Tho bettor element of both classes will " " " 6, 16 Si. 25 2.00 wonderful trip ho mado to Hyden, Les- find llttlo trouble in deciding to stamp " " " 7. 16 Si. 25 2.00. lie county, for deaf and dumb children. under tho rooster. Ho says tho mountains arc as dry as it Central Office. The following You cannot find n eemtcher in any of these, foi the wool was all cleaned is hore and traveling in them Is very list of subscribers aro connected. Those disagreeable. boforo uhmI. Miss Annie HitoxAuait Engleman, connected in the future will bo given a charming blonde of Lincoln county, eacli week. Parties desiring to bo con please leave their names at is a visitor at tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. nectcd will Central Office. We nre having a numW. II. Fish, and Is being royally enof calls for peoplo not connected. tertained by Miss Fish. She is one of ber As to tho convenience of a telephone the most popular young ladles who has we cheerfully refer you to any of the visited hero In a long while. Courier-Journ- following subscribers: cor. Nicholasvillc. LIST OF SUUSCRII1ERS AND NUMUERS. THE Columbia, Tenn., Herald has 8. Dr. Steele Bailey's residence. this itom: An afternoon reception was 23. J. J. Belden's residence. Wo havo "Oueitn" Union Suits from 50c up. Wo call especial attention given at the realdenco of Mr. and Mrs. 5. M. S. & J. W. Baughman's livery M. Hodgo last Saturday from 5 to 7, stable. to one lot, vi.: Natural color 81 grade, subject to slight manufacturer'd im J. by their little danghtor, Lucille, com11. J. II. Baughman & Co's. Mill; flour, perfection, which does not injure them in the least, which wc offer at plimentary to her little visitors. Ned meal, coal, feed and shlpstuff of all and Annio Smith, of Stanford, Ky. kinds. Delicate refreshments were sorved and 1. I. M. Bruco's livery stable. tho llttlo folks mado the welkin ring 18. Dr. L. B. Cook's residence. with their merry voices. 14. Commercial. III. Craig & Hooker's drug store. HOME NEWS, 15. J. C. Florence. Groceries. 10. HIgglns it McKinney; 6taple and SoKOHUM cans of all sizes at Warren fancy groceries, hardware, stoves, & Shanks'. farming implements, c. Terms cash. School tablets and writing paper, 10. W. II. HIgglns' residence. now and attractive, at W. II. McRob-o-t12. INTEUIORJOURNAL. 2. J. T. Jones' residence. 7. New Myers House, A; G. Huffman, CiHCUlT court began at Harrodsburg Pror. yesterday and can last a month 10. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon's residence tho change, If the Utlncss demands 2. Penny's Drugstore. it. 3. G. L. Penny's residence. 0. Dr. W. B. Penny's residence. Dk. W. B. Penny began yesterday a room on tho side of his houso 21. N. L. Stone's residence. to build next to Dr. W. B. O'Bannon's for his 22. Carter & Straub's Mill. Stanford Telephone Co. mother, who will llvo wltn Mm. to-da- XiOT 3. Trueheart. Tiik Birmingham bays that A. A. McKinney, Jr., is held in the detention samp till his chances for having yellow fever are over. Mits. Matt Woodson, who has been at her father, Mr. O. J. Crow's, since tho hot weather began, sont several days with her husband at Middlesboro. We arc indebted to Mr. Mack Iluir-mtt- ii for files of tho Butte City, Monta na, papers, who is now enjoying a visit to his brother, J. M. Huffman In that far oir city. Age-Hera- ld y days wfth Miss IJesslolUehurdu in Dan- - and second-han- d farm wagon for sale ville. cheap. II. K. Wearen fc Son. UuiiTON. of Montgomery, Josni'il FlUK. Mary Stuart's house In Mack- Ala., arrived yesterday to visit his ville canght lire Sunday morning but fattier. Mil. W. K. Williams and family was put out before much damage was havo moved to Kstosburg, Pulaski done. Tho fire company was not called out. county. . IlANDSOMK Miss Lucia McAfee, of Speaking. Hon. R. C. Warren and Lebanon, Is the guest of Miss l'earl democratic nominee for representative, Hurnsidc. M. F. North, will speak at Mllledgc-vlllJilt. JOSi:i'U WOODSON, of St. Jo Thursday night. Don't fail to seph, Mo., arrived Friday to visit Miss hear them. Fanniu Shanks. THE air is full of scandals, but Will S. K.Mintv is clerking at tho Inteuiou JouitNAi, is laying low the and Myers House during Proprietor A. G. saying nothing for the present. SomeIIutTmaii'ri illness. Mil. I. N. SllHi'l'AHD, of Montlccllo, thing is going to "drap" before long, spent several days with his relative, however, and then look out. Judge M. C. Smillcy. Making Flouh. Messrs. Carter & JA'iuSll. Nunnklly spent Sunday Straub's mill ground its first wheat with ids wife here, who has boon quito Saturday when Miller D. V. Kennedy sick for tho last month. says he turned out flour as white as Mies. W. M. McKinnky went to snow. See "ad." in another column. Saturday to tako little Hayiuond ( ATTACH no blame to Myers Bros., Cook Treo to ids parents. whose tin eshcr was on ray place tho Mils. LD.VA IJl'MjKTT, of Paris, Tox-;iis Uniting the families of Messrs.. night of my tire. The engine was fully half a mile away and had been stop M. S. and J. W. Hnughman. TliK Advocate says tiiat Mr. Hobort ped two hours boforo lire was discover (.. Evans has developed a mild typo of ed. W. M. Bright. typhoid fovor and is quite sick. Tin: South Eastern Kentucky MediMns. Mattik ICiuiiv and Nannie cal Society will meet at Richmond FriVandoveor wont up to Ml. Vernon yes day. Dr. Ramsey, of Danville, is presterday to visit Mis-- . Mattle Williams. ident and Dr. Mason, of London, Missis Claudii: and Maudk Car-tk- u Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanspent Saturday and Sunday with ford, Is down to read an important paMiss Mary D. Carter at Crab Orchard. per. mm Miss Nannik Phkwitt, who has One ok 'Totiiek. IIon.M. F. North boon visiting Jlrn. W. 1'. Tate, return ed to her homo at Jeirorsonvllle, Fri- asks us to say as emphatically as it can be said that anybody who says ho was day. ever a republican or that he ever will Ai.m:n Connktt, an experienced bottler of Cincinnati, lias arrived to bo with the lights before him, is either superintend W. II. Traylor's bottling an ignorant falsifier or a plain, every day liar. works. W. T. Mkui.mkk, whohns been workIN the circuitcourt at Danville, Peter ing a "trick" in tho Itovvland dispatoh-or'- s Gllcher sued Alexander Tribble for$J,- olilce, lias returned to Livingston 775 balance due for rent. Mr. Tribble to work. put In a counter claim of failure of Mksshs. Tkukhkakt Taylou, of and Saturday a jury allowed him Huntington, W Vu., and A. Gaines, of damages to the extent of $1,200 by Atlanta, were guests of Miss Florence ing Gllcher a verdict for only $575. giv 1 o Lou-isvil- lo h. sec-rotar- y. That is the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your McKinney are making prescriptions are always properly filled here. Miss .Ioskimiink ItKin left yesterday special prices on Studebaker wagons. Call and sec them. for tilundale, O., to enter college. Miss Lbna Vowkm., of Utistonvillo, Foil Sam:. Jersey cow; fresh, sut tlio guest of Miss Muttio IJosloy. perior milker and peifectly gentle. Miss Sai.i.ii: Duddkiiak leaven to- Apply to HlgglriB it McKinney. duy for WluelicHtor to visit friends. Second-hanMiss Nirrrn: Wiiav spent several Lightning Hay Press PERSONALS. Hiooins & PENNY'S DRUG STORE. d mmimwmmm,mhmmmw s Dress Goods. We can surely- - Please You -- In stylcH and prices. M ? 30-inc- h 3G-i- n. s m all wool Scges, all colors 2oc. all wool Novelties, all colors, 25c French Serge, nil colors, 35c. h Novelties, all co'ors, 50c. New Plaids, silk and wool, COc. h line Novelty Diess Goods at 40-inc- h 40-inc40-inc- GO cents. k &t? ?.?y? We are Showing all the New Silks, I1RAIDS and VELVETS FOR TRIMMING. m M Braids have the call and we can show you many new ones. , n.o r .iviu-uuuus jicai. weeK. b 1 More new P ii SEVERANCE Si SONS. eon-tra- ct Lies Don't Go. Messrs. It. K. Wearen fc Son, Stanford Gentlemen: In reply to vour letter will say that the Kentucky e Drill ttandx strictly on Its merit-,- ; tho makers tight their law &ults In court and not In tho pa item and no purchaser of this drill need lear any legal entanglement. Also that other drills must bo deficient in real merit hen their makers seek to searo peoiilo Into buj lag them. We guarantee protection. Yours, Hren-nAgricultural Works, Ioulsvllo. Sept. '. Muffs wont work. There Co.s' Western Is no rulstike about this machine being Earmers can see for themselves. DI-- lIHf t MWil&BNIflsiJl&ISS Ve?Y mla The Best Disc Drill BEST : MADE I an -d. double-geare- B. K. WEAREN 35Si2S LXf,Nil,XP.Lx.l, - St SON. jlW... Sale. On Thursday, Oct. at the lato residence of Maj. F. D. Rigney, at Phil, Casey county, I will offer for sale all the stock, crop and farming implements, house-hol- d and kitchen furniture. The farm will be rented if not sold. W. O. Rigney. '2l. PL'iimc 14, 1S!)7, K?'f 'JJ.s51K,l '.m'fm UnDGRCAKinG BY Let It bo distinctly understood that the Polk Miller entertainment is not a lecture, but a conglomeration of hu morous story, pathetic sketch, quaint Impersonations, Negro folk-lor- e, J. C. M'CLARY, Oppo-it- e Court-Hou- se char- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky WTmxmmWWMm Children's Finest Quality Pure Natural Wool Union Suits. Will Not Shrink. m m Room rll'fll'VRIvrK!.l Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TT1NG. Wo are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our pri- prices you will then know we mean to bell the goods. Our aim in making these unprecedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoidinc: counties, which fact has always proven itself where a customer favored ua with a call. We aro here for bus iness, quick sales and small pronts. Ladies' Oneita W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. IT. K. Camnitz, Manager. Branch Store at Hustonville, Union Suits. al ESSBSSHPELl s' un-d- or Danville, Kentucky. The Ilest Is nlwayn Imitated. The Superior Is tho Genuine Disc Drill. Has I en thoroughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills are an experiment and an infringement on tho Superior. Butt has been entered In the U. S. Court agalu.-- t one com pany for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate before buying. HICGINS & WKINNEY. - . If - it J K' .'I a ft p Lf " iTT i. & ' tF ' Bfc 8 . f I tl J4s i .r. I i I A woman killed her four children In J. N. Menefeo sold to Prewitt a IN n hotel in New York city and then bunch of stock hogs at Ilic. committed suicido by inhaling gas. hogs at a n sale of Poland-Chin- a unci JXy, At Corn u.Tsllnlioa.Xu.88 Aaya'.L3xi Xxidn,-rOrder Olllce and Feed Exchange, near the ltallruad Capt. Gen. Weyler, according to a Salesbury, Mo., 03 averaged $02.50. AT Cruwlu, De)t Street, rcort received at London from MadA bunch of eight fancy Hereford - $2 PKRYKAli IN' ADVANCK rid, has been recalled from Cuba. bullocks wero sold in Chicago at (i cts. Co.il Yard, Mill Street, lately J II. HIkTsIus'. The Bostons won tho pennant anil Satisfaction guatanteisl. R. L. Hubble bought for Way no JW When not so paid C2. CO will c charged. will fly it next year. They won IKJ county parties 25 mule colts at $25 to games and lost 3S. Louisville won 51 $50. 1, 1'iilreil OIT. and lost"". James Harris bought in Casey 12 Ililklns I hope I'm" not In the wny, Chun" Gottschall, of Carrollon, O., 3c and some heifers Miss Tompkyns. Arm i tin it u f IV IVll iJ Opening Our GIRD. shot his brother John to death because yearling steers at (11 1UU1I Miss Tompkyns Why, Mr. Bilk ins, nt2Sc. the latter accused him of being unkind It. C. Nunnellcy sold to John C. how can you suggest such a thing! You ICY., KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. to his wife. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of fat hogs know I believe in even numbers. Polly " 10 a. m. and i p liean's Hlaek Diamond Itool Sole proprietor of Trains leare Stanford at and Charley mnke two; Jack nnd I make Airs. Caroline Ravinus, who register- at 3c. laint. Intimate juriiUhed for painting wood, returning- at 4, 25 p. in. ami 0.05 p. m. All ed ut tho West Shoro Hotel in Now M. Pence four; you and the dog make six. We And w III quote some, Interesting I'rlees In iiielal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed.Faint W. M. Mathony sold to A. iilack IMamoud roofs Mllitcd with KNOXVILLE DIVISION. York, killed her four children and com 15 stock hogs at .'He and 13 to S. K. aie all paired off nicely. Yellow Kid Next Iwue. Meantime warranted for rears. Dealer In beat CIMrru I'uin Magazine. andUalvaiiUed Iron Filters. Malraulied and Hlack 12 37 P in mitted suicide. N 91 Triln cnlnj North Dudderar at same p.ilce. Iron Hoofing of alt kinds. 3 IS am " " No. 26 " The Title of at Dosr. appellate court decides that Tho 12 04 pm ' W. H. Traylor bought of Elijah South No. 25 " I had a little rloBRlo once. " - P " there is nothing in the law prohibiting Spoonaraoro a field of corn at $1.25 " No. 23 " Ho was sweet enouRh to cat; ForalllFolnts. women from working on tho rock pile with the fodder thrown in. I They took htm to the aausnjro shop And turned him Into meat. THRO'JOH TICKETS SOLP. If tho offense wurrants it. Judd Farmer Figures of tho Orange It miulo me feel an awful pain, HAOOAOE CHECKED THKOUOH. All persons desiring loeuit Foils for plank fence, As wo can hliow you letter than u can tell John Weddcrburn & Co., patent at- iudicato a total wheat yield of 589,000,-00- 0 He was my Joy and pride. poat and railing or wire fence can find what they For anr Information enqulro o( vou any wnv. want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike But wo couldn't eat him living, torneys of Washington, have been debushels In the United States. also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford JOE S. niCE, Agent, And so we ate him fried. barred from practico for "gross fraud keep on hand a supply of plank for fencing. All Stanford, Ky. Philadelphia Inquirer. Simon W. won tho Tobacco Stakes kind of lumber for building purpoos; also Iwards and unprofessional conduct." and shingles. All persons desiring any article of Pauchlta was Saturday. A IlEALCATASTllOPIIK. QUEEN & CRESCENT. thl kind ran rail on me at my sum near Cedar Two women aud live children woro atLntonla CI. W. 81NOI.KTON. 32 scconu and Eugonla Wicks third. City as follows: Trains pass Junction burned to death by a prairie lire at Georgo T. Wood sold to O. P. Huff4 02 p m 11 57 a m No. 2 North Public sale of Land, Btock, Crop, No. HSoiitU Houses, crops Beausojoir, Manitoba. 3 4Gam " " 112pm " 4 " No. 3 " 14 heifers nt 2!c and to 130pm and other property were also destroyed. man Household and Kitchen & 1123am No. 5 " 00 a m cattle at 3c. Walker 30 8 20 p m "10 " No. 9 " Tho town with tho highest death rate J. J. Furniture. .....l'nprletort Note Sm. 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 L. C. King, of tho Hubble vicinity, South Kno fuilfeBSundays. than Junction City, nctllicr in the civilized part of tho world is the I will utterat public sale. If not sold prlrately bo U they run LIVERT.FEED& SALE;STABLE City of Mexico 10 per 1,000. Though lost a valuablo mule colt from blood fore, on FRANKFORT AHD CINCINNATI RY. drainage poisoning caused by getting its foot 7,000 feet above sea level its ICy. Wodnosday, October hurt. is bad. VIAGEOUGbTOWN. the prciulv, on the wgten of the Hanging tin Flrt-ClTurnout, prompt attention, Terr Kahn shipped 47 cars of cattle MonCharles W. Miller, the "Flying ' r. M. A. M Fork, In Lincoln county, tine tullii Ninth of HangP.M, A. W. reaaonatile rate. A twillou 0 l your pairunave is 2(00 I.tc. Somerset, Ar 12 55 ing Fork Hrldrfo on the HiMotiTille A ManTonl reectlully solicited. 233 is Chicago established an day. All stock averaged about 1,450 8 20 Dutchman," at " 11 31 " Jet. City, 3 15 turnpike, my G30 American record for 100 miles, unpackLr 9 35 pounds and cost from 4i to 4!.c Paris 5 05 450 ArrtJeoruetown, 3 00 " 6 30 ' Franklort, X75A ACRES. FARM 1155 720 ed, riding the distance on his wheel in News. o 5 30 4::y::- 8 40 Arr Paris li. ll., handy 610 Two mile from tlic depot on tliec In Cincinnati a Pence & Dawes sold to I'liurchm and eliool. well fclierd and watered Dally except Sunday 175,- - car load of sheep at 21 to He, a lot of P A. HoiiMt wltb 8 riHium ami cellar, one pd nUxk barn CD. BERCAW, O. The water supply of London is and one large tnbami lam, god corn crlli and y butcher cattle at 2 to 3c and some feed000,000 gallons a day. The water young orchard of 7 tree. At the Mtun time and place I will oll nil of my The ers at 4c. of Paris is 100,000,000 a day. Royal makes the food pure, ervinal piuprrty, conttlnc uf wholesome and delicious. Two gixnl work llnrTi .'work malm, ? well lirrd The farm of Thos. Jesse, three miles water supply of New York is 11)0,000,-00- 0 a.Mle Man and Ftllle .lervy Hull from Versailles, containing 218 acres, gallons a day. Calfaad2 Heifer. '.1 acre of Corn Ul.lnk Hi, all my Farming Implements Household and Kllcli-iT. Gay Near Schuyler, Neb., the entire fam- sold at public auction to James I iirnllurr. ily of Frank Davis was poisoned at at $85.50. Termi made known on day of tie. Loughbridge, of Fayette, bought, JOHN IIAII.FY. breakfast, Mrs. Davis and four children dying and two others being in a two large crops of hemp, 75,000 pounds Mendicant (explaining) Why, going SALE OF LIVE STOCK. of the of 'D15 at S2.75 and 45,000 iounds P'ecarlons condition. over lho fnlbt of !Xingarn I rcceltcxl a Four young women were drowned of the '5)5 crop at $3.25. : Mrs. Frank Wiley, of Fulton, this cataraet In my eyes nnd itblinded me. near Hamilton, Ala., by the overturn At my fnrm on the McOirmackt Churrli I will pike, one inllo South of Ttiriicr-ivllleing of a skiff. Two male escorts, who State, was outrrged by her husband's Co., Con verantlonnl, IVrlinpn. and- who had rock-e- l brother, Win. Wiley, for whom the had becu drinking, lips aeemed made for kisses, nothing Her KOUNBljn 1HOG. country is being scoured. the skill, have lied. more: .ail liOT, dlKo of in) entire lot of J. II. Boone sold In Cincinnati a car Dut, now I know hor better, I can Bee Postmaster Loftin, tho colored posstuff at H to 4c, for That they have possibilities galore, tmaster of Hogansville, Ga., has resign- load of butcher H:r:os tzi Cattlo, Mlli C:ws, Hogs, &:., And marvelous adaptability. ed and will accept a department posi- which he paid hero 1J to .'He. Ho also -r- uck. .yr.Sroiii, kv. To the highest bidder. There are good tion at Washington. He didn't want sold a car load of sheep at 2i to 5.40. Absolutely Pure Hore, I llrood Mans, NHturally Iimultcd. Flllv, Horse Colt. .1 nged to bo shot at by any man. Over 00,000 people saw Star Pointer "Maj we have the pleasure- of your I .Mule, I Mariing George Statlleback and mother were defeat his most formidable rival, Joe company this evening, colonel?" she .Mule, Colt, I L'iiwh ami Calve, fi gmid .Mule, I .Mule ear-liCattle, 73 Stock Hog. Will aUo cell sentenced to tho penitentiary, tho for. Pdtchen, at Springfield, 111. The fast- nsked. yosk. rovai bakisq po:tn co., kiw The colonel drew himself up haughti- mv crop of growing Corn. mer for life and the latter for 21 years, est heat was made in the remarkable under, Teiiim. Sum of 420 ly and replied with every evidence of over that amount a creditand Jan. Nt, cuhIi; STAN FOHD, KY. at Columbus, Kansas, for murdering time of 2:00. till IM, offended dignity: with Interest. Notes tmwkhlo In Partner for which and robbing an Italian peddler. Eothen, the famous stallion "Madam, I command a regiment." Hank and Trut Co., wlth'good ocourlty All kinds of rrpslrlrg dorr at reiuhe ratr A fight at Helton, Leslie county, Nich Flnzer, of Louisville, once paid Chicago Post. ITpbolslrrlog a sity bitiilictloa gusraterd. came to my place Sept 19. '07, a Thero N. II. At the Mime time I will uKo SF.M, reel Mioriiiorn iiuu can, 4 or 5 months old. may result in a double killidg. Bob $30,000, and at present owned by Col. OKKKXTaio ACIIKS of my farm; fairly A Itcolpe, Unfaer can got him b ' paving f)r advertis- Asher and Hiram Fee, the partici- J. J. Douglas, of Philadelphia, died at tuto ing and his keep. Fittn Haumanx, Dick One so apt to Icwto slplit of Improved, well watered nnd In gixwl clay of FOR SALE OR RENT. pants, are both reported dying, one Eothen Farm, near Mlddletowu, of one's friends. is of cultivation. Term made known on Stanford, Ky. bale. from a stab and the other from a shot. laryngitis, Friday. V K ACKK.S KIOIITV-F- I Harry That's not necessary. Mine iic mile from Crab J. F. (iOVKIt Turiiiintvlllc. Orchard on the Somerset nmd. Will hell A 10 per cent reduction has been The assessor's returns in the Stnto of htick to me with touching fidelity. For particular half or all or rent for made in the wages of tho employes of Iowa show that the loss of hogs from Dick 1 ow do you in a tin ge it ? W. T. STKI'HKNmj.N. call on or uddrti Harry Oh, I borrow money of them. My limine on Main St., Stanford. PosseCr.kli Orchanl, Kvthe Portsmouth, O., Foundry & Ma cholera In that State during 1SD0 was sion given Nov. 1. Applr to undersigned or chine Works. An advance had been 2,11)2,592. Louisville Courier-JournaMIIS. U. D.SIMI'SON, I'ror. The urerugu loss per counWalker II. McKlnnev at tllgglns & promised in tho event of McKlnley ty was 22,147. Twelve of tho larger 31 us. C. L. Hoi.mk, Stanford, Ky. An Aiiprnprlntr Correction. : To . A local poet indited a sonnet to his was elected. counties lost an average 40,993. in Newly furnished, clean beds; splcnded A very ingenious device, to bo atof corn have been made sweetheart, entitled "I kissed her Several tales AMI UAItUAUD. Porters The compositor knew better table. KveiTthing tached to locomotives, which prevents at from $2 to 2.10 to bo fed clown in tho lam pacing ewvlal attention to custom 8!) moot trains. grinding and guarantee logle;i5 iouudof engineers from forgettieg orders as to Held. The ground is so dry and hard than that, nnd set it up in printer's good Flour nnd II) Niutid of ilrari for each Latin: "I kissed her stops and meeting places, has been suc- in this county that in many places tho bushel of wheat, notwlthstntiilliig the fact Sheriff's Sib for Ctits and Counlj Taxes. that wheat well fenced, well Jlostly In am derdrou of running up. cessfully tested on the Great North- moles are found crawling aimlessly ha all the necessary Improveday and night und will do what I can to Tiir l'tlllt' of Athletic. ern railroad. burrow ments. We will olI privately and on easy on tho surface, as they can not please ui.v customers, wi tliey wl'.l give mo Benton What's the use this GEXTltV I1HOS. terms. Jane Cox, a notorious woman, at- in the hard soil. Wheat acreage will athletic business in college of oil any- On Monday, October 1 J, '07, their patronage. Your to please, Ky. life, Stanford, .MOIUeiS FHF.D, (HIlNirt Creek. Ky. tempted suicide by hanging herself bo greatly contracted unless rain falls how? lletween I lie hour of 10 a. m. aud 1 r. M. at with her skirt in the Lexington station soon. Barrodsburg Democrat. Kenton It makes the graduates who the se iloor in the town of Stan-ftr! house. The skirt tore and she fell to Newland Jones weighed up to John can pass Die mental examination eliLincoln county, Ky., I will ojmo to badly Injuring herself and M. Parke Wednesday 14 Y. Truth. the highest bidder for cash In hand, tupnv the lloor, gible for the jKlie force. N. Crab Orchard now ha tho fluent tousorlal the State nod county tax for the cai-- sOi, UOL'TE. will likely die. catilo at 4 cents. J. J. Etnbry sold to nrtUt lu the CLJiitry In the xirsonof Samcci. ciC IVJfl and lnliT the following described propKxnctly. The llest Line toand From the MIsor Aaron Miller, who has lived at Rock-hil- l, Croxton, of Winchester, 23 yearling "Well," baid Mr. l'oindexter to Mr. erly, or m much thereof n will pay Mild llMKr.MOlii:, who handler on him when and style. Call In n S. C, for a number of years as cattlo weighing SOO pounds, at 3J cts. Clingstone, as the latter got off the tuxes. II'.' Stanford 1'reclnet No. 1. John W. raror a clean shave or sttllsb haircut. vou ? TOLEDO AND waul acre, near Hubble. 3137.I0. Ilrlght John V. Cheatham, was arrested on M. A Phelps sold to Illinois parties train on his return from Washington, U. ('. T. I). NFAVI.ANH. All Points n Michigan. the charge of murdering John L. Ray, a d jack for $125 und two "nre you the appointee?" "No; I am the disappolixtee," replied CHICAGO. of "Wilkesboro, N. C, in 1873. Chcat-h'tr- a young jacks at $50 each. M. A. Phelps AND ORGANS. 'White City Special." was tracked down by the posthu- weighed Wednesday to General Black the ofllce seeker. Judge. . Decker Hros'. Piano. ' HeJi Terminal Station. mous son of the murdered man. Afinrttit!y I'riisperiins, 20 cattle, averaging 1,332 pounds, at 4i. Haines Hros'. Plauov I oiler for sale privately my ifelrable LOUIS. (lad by I hear that Jorklns has start- homo on l.ower Main htreet, Stanford. The Boston has won tho penant in the The J. T. Estill farm of 20S acres was Klllngton Piano. 1). II. Ilaldwln Pianos, Avoiding the Tunnel house a roomy, pretty cottage with nice base ball league by only a fow points rented for $S75. Richmond Register. ed a sausage factory. Piju'Uur Piano, Ac. and good garden aud outhouses, and N Iltigby Yes. yard over the Baltimore club, which won it BOSTON. In a most pleasant nclghliorhood. Call on Hstoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Gadby How's he getting on? I me on the three years in succession. New York Wancr.sleeplngJCars. VICINITY NEWS. Itugby Making both ends meat, 1 In showing premise and will take pleasure. Seo my Good and Make. Prices Moforo vou (let Mv lu many advantages. is third and Cincinnati fourth. Louis, guess. X. Y. Journal. V. T. WIIITK, Crab Orchard. 10 MKH. KM.A I 'O HTM AN. 40 Huy. YORK, Was villo is 11th and next to St. Louis, Robert Ashor, of Leslie county, UieCH Parlor Cars, Waznrr Sleeping Cars, Prlra Obatnclca In tiir Vr, fatally stabbed in his home by Hiram Compartment Cars, Elegant Couch es and Din which is last. Joiix H. Castlkmak. A. tl. Laniiam. Twynn I thought that 3'oungSpatts T. ing can A Negro who had outraged two child- Fee. was after Miss Muun. HOWLANI). KV Miss Lilly, daughter of Col. and Mrs. ren was hanged by a mob in tho courtHe sure your tickets read rla "I1IG FOUR " Trlplctt He was. ETO. McCOIlMICK, WAIIIJKVJ LYNCH house yard at Monroe, Ala., Saturday John S. Mays, died at Somerset of conHas Gone Back into tbo Coal "Why didn't he marry her?" litteager Tratfi ' M ir., Am. Gen. I'asi. A Tlct. Agt afternoon. Tho hour for the lynching sumption. "She seems to have friends." LouisBusiness, cin:in'nati ohio had been announced and the crowd James A. Ashworth, general foreman ville Courier-JournaAnd will keep constantly on baud the Jelll-c- INSURANCE COMPANY waited for it for two hours. There was of the L. & N. at Corbln, hus been Falls Hraucli and other licst Coals and Solid. 80 YEARS' ask tho patronage of the public. Stanford no interferenco with the program at nominated for mayor of that place. OF LIVERPOOL. Mrs. Slimdlct (to new boarder) EXPERIENCE. friend who want Coal can leave orders with tho jail or elsewhere. Profaent encumbent, W. L. Heath, will That is pound cake, Mr. Starrer. will receive piompt atJ. II. Illggln, which T. L. SliKLTON. New Hoarder (carefully hefting a tention At Mt. Zoab church, Christian coun- bo his opponent. piece) What did you pound It with? BStRBEE & ty, Sunday, a row occurred between In a runaway accident ut Somerset Fitzpatrick was badly cut N. Y. Weekb'. tho Moores and Knights. The meet- Miss Emma MANACiF.ltS, ing was broken up and the men fought and bruised, Miss Nannie Stigall was "My lioy cmno homo from school ono clay in tho church yard with knives and also bruised and hurt internally and TRADE MARKS with hi hand nnd bleeding Huitonville, - - Kentucky Commerce JBuilding, Louisville. DESIGNS, pistols. Two of tho Knights were prob- Little Johnnie Fitzpatrick seriously and suffering badly laceratedsnvs Mr. K. great pain," Agents Throughout tho outh. J. COPYRIGHTS Ac ably fatally wounded and two of the wounded in the head. Anyonn sending; a sketch and description may Schall, with .Meyer Hros. Drug Co., St. Lou- Offers his serrlcea to the people of West Lincoln iulcklr uncertain, free, whether an Invention la Is, Mo. "I dressed applied Moores wero badly hurt. The wife of Capt. Sam M. Boono Chamberlain's Pain tho wound and All palu and Casey counties. Full stock of Collins and Cask, probably luttoutable. Counnunicattona strictly Halm freely. coctldentlaL Oldest Metier for securing patent Saturday's yellow fever record shows died at Somerset after a long illness ceased and lu a remarkably short time It etaalwayson hand.Manager. 05 In America. We hare a Washington oce. I). S. Carpenter. liocal Agent, Patents taken through Bttma Ca, reoatTl that there have been a total of 043 eas- Friday night. Her maiden name was healed without leaving a scar. For wounds, VWMM wniig iu IUO sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know n es in New Orleans, Mobile, Biloxl, Ed- Caldwell and she belongs to that Stanford, - - - Kentucky. A WORD TO SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, of no medicine or prescription equal to It. I jjti family in Boylo. Sho was tho consider It a household necessity." Tho 25 r luuirr&tea. unreal cirenia.ua year of wards, Soranton and McHenry, with a itlQa Journal, weekly, terms AW I OWNERS. total, of (J4 deaths. Ninety-si- x ILiOstI months. Hpeclmea oople and ttaxat now mother of Editor S. M. Boone, Jr., of and 50c sizes for sale by Craig &Hockcr. s ilUOV ON Patcvw seat free. Afldrat cases and threo deaths were reported tho Reporter, and to him and the rest IT SAVF.S OROUPV OHILUKEN. MUNN ? If not, why not? CO., yesterday and tho pap.ers "told of 10 of tho family we extend sin cere sympa Pkavikw, Va. Wo have a splendid salo on Are you Insured and barns good as yours 3H1 Hraaatway; WtmrVwk. of dwellings Chamberlain's Cough Koincdy and our cusdeaths in the various cities and 76 new thy. tomers coming from fur und near, nihhiW of by-Fircases, with tho disease on tho increase, apnneie"uTrIa as rtnraea. tho highest Many have said DEALER IN George O. Barnes wus severely shot it lu their children terms. have died of croup would tliut Two Japanese girls," IlUa Nagano and, by a boy In Warren county. Of course If Chamberlain's Cough Kerned v had not 'Natsu Sankaki, are at present serving, AND TRADE, been given. Kellum AOurreu. Tho it Is not the evangelist, but it is singu-la- f 50c sizes for sale by Crulg A Hooker. S5 and Kvery year, Involving tho loss of millions of AMjrained nurses In Chicago. Theyln-tealEl- to full dollars. Why should you expect to escape study medicine and then return J. H. Baughman & Co., through W. that tho man should have his from year to year ? A OUUE POK MLIOU3 COLIC. Xa Japan to found a hospital on the H. Wearon, toll us that yesterday in name. Hksouiick, Screven Co., Ga. I have been mSo plan as those of this country, For the monlh of September the at- subject to attacks of bilious colic for severTour Property May Bum Chicago October wheat closed at 871 - Faworltea, V- jtendance upon the Tennessee Centen- al years. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and nlfWithin a year, within' a mouth, wltlitu 24 DIarrho) Kemedy tho sure relief. nial amounted to 273,824, and tho totul acts like u charm. Is Ono only of It gives re-It hour. Why should you exjsiso tho accuProf. Joseph Jastrow, of the Unlver. and December at 8!)!c. dou Wood & Lynn bought of Win, Gooch attendance since tho opening up to Oc- lief when nil other remedies fall. U. I). mulation of years uf honest toll to loss by BitT of Wisconsin, who has mode an In Fertilizers and Coal. Sharp. For salo by Craig & Hooker, Stan- a single flre, which can destroy It lu an High-Grad- e vestigation of masculine nnd feminine 38 fut hogts ut .1c tober amounts to 1,1'J0,(85. hour ? Soliciting a share of your patronage ford. mlTerences In color, says that blue is Tlllo won the Ocean View Handicap Ooods Warranted as Represented. wero killed and two wero seriTwo Respectfully, Ofllce on ,cafrwhclmingly the masculine favorite, nt Harlem Saturday. Owing to hostile legislation tho proMain Street, opposlto Elmoro's Store, ously Injured in tho wreck of a passenJESSE S. WEABE27, Stanford, Kentucky. ger train on the Denver & Rio Grande duction of oleomargarine has fallen otT pounds since last year. 0,000,000 for the Southern market. Stanford, Ky Qcucral Agent, - - ruilroal. J. L. TOTTEN. Salesman. 01-:- THE INTERIORJOURNAL S - News Briefly Told 1,200 pound F. Rcid bought of Penco cattlo at 4c. & Beck 20 Ire lKi aral It FOR RENT. lteninn (or It. "I don't sec why you girls nre nil so I diMlro to rent for 1MIS tho farm l live on crnzy after that tall young fellow," containing 11(1 arret: good dwelling und .said the girl who had just arrived at outhouses. Land productive. Alxmt 1)5 the seashore. "He stutters.' ncrvH In grnM, tmlauro In cultivation. K. I,, TANNF.U. .IK., McKluney. "Hut just notice how long his anus are." "What of It?" "Why, they make a girl think her waist is three sizes smaller than it Is." Chicago Post. it NOEL & SON, COHL, DEHLERS Kontuoky. Stanford; WE ARE BUSY IMevw J.T.Jones, I I Tffi Goods STANFORD, n 21-- tf 1 Gorrje See Lfs 3STOTICE 1 Tanner Bros, McKinney. Crix-k- . SOO-pou- G G 700-ioun- d SHELBY SHELBY, 697 JunotioriiCity, a OP 4-- 5. . FIRE INSURANCE suj-pl- (ii, I FHBNIX OF BROOKLYN. n Insurance Company, Insurance Pf7 POWDER ESTRAY. Caledonian l'Jck-Me-U- p. , - &AKIN0 On Tuesday, Oct. 5th 1 1 of Scotland. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 1 - ng H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith. 4t FOR RENT. 1 l. Mason Hotel .i lirst-clahs. ll - MeKln-noy'.- s. Lancaster, Kentucky. 805 Acres Fine Land Illue-Gra. FOR SALE. the People of Lincoln sub-rosa- ." sub-nosn- ." Tit-Bit- s. 1 I "BIG ST. 4: court-hou- d. NOTICE 900-poun- d 1 DETROIT et'rt S three-year-ol- Pretty Home For Sale. PIANOS 1 NEW L. SHELTON, r,OyVb l. o. jjJmjra i J. T. SUTTON, Undertalcer, CaSTLEME. W. A. TBJOBBLX, well-know- PROPERTY Thou-snn- ds FARM Are Destroyed or Lightning Farm Wagons, e J. B. HIGGINS, Pleas- ure Vehicles. Agricultural Implements, I I atsataisWlHkaM jiaswT. -- "eM1" ., ' "" ,ii-.. ' tnVlf'iti'ifltWt'ilyv "tV'Tt -- 'v . ' ' ",I,:-- J V .rfMtMt .WA J u l . rittMCX ll i Mj ' staa - -