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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897100801 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. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY,, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1897. RELIGIOUS. i NO. G3 Liberty Tho court of claims wart in seslon hero Tuesday ami Wednceduy. Tho Bohool hero under charge of Minn Jul In Stmrir is suld to ho In tho best onler, with tho priiiiiltio of a most successful term. HUSTONVILLC. Tonkins lost a valuable marc Mr. M. F. Klkin, tlio Mncenboo chief, The Cumberland Presbyterian Synod and Mrs. Klkin, of your city, wore hero will 1)0 held at HopkliiBville, Oct '2(5 to II tow lh'A ln S being impaled on a lunco. Sunday. 21). J. Ucccher Adams was appointed poS. Rou.loy bought of George Bul- Dr. J. S. Kly, of Danville, will preach lartl 17 fine cuttle, wuitrhinjur 1,1. i0 at tho Presbyterian church hero Sun- lice judge by the city council to (ill tho unexpired term of H. K. Camnltz, who I,0,,nils- al ;,u- day at o'clock. And Jjsihy's High Chairs. Children's Hookers 10c. Laluesday h Issue of tho Intkiuok Klder .f. T. Shnrrard will prench as resigned to take charge of the has been LUtlo Dallas Utile, who W. Phillips, Jouunai. wus highly complimented, usual at tho Christian church Sunday dies' Hookers Too, up. 100 diil'erent stylos. "Wo bought living with his uncle, It. W. D. Weatherford sold to Leo faeeH of tho eandidiitcrt and tho morning and night. for ome time, has gone to London to Tho u few Ladies' Kcsuly Made Dross Skirts at L50 to 2 and Thomas, of Lexington, n buy gelding publication of the ballot manifest a I lev. .1. S. Sweeney was visit another of his uncles there commendable spirit of enterprise. of tho Purls Christian church for $17.", which he bought a few weeks nearly sold out the first day. Have ordered more by Ex. pastor Royal Wllkoron went to Somerset About noon Tuesday the clothing of for the 27th consecutive year, Sunday. ago for $100. J. W. Underwood sold to Tuesday u procuro llconsu to marry same party a gelding for $12.). of Richard Al- - The congregation numbers 1.200, umu Bifi, IT. n '.."" ....... - Cund . of Mlntonvuie. , drldge, near uiiuumor and On Friduy and Saturday, Hlnttsvllle, caught ilro Atlanta has a prodigy in and rumors oi pi. ...... 11IW1V till. " w."p-I will have on exhibition at tho cooking stove, death result-'ol- d l-2- c, John Wesley Shields, who preachweddings and from tho signs of tho my parlors a full lino of trimmed fall times many of tho young men of this ing that night, after Intense suffering. cd a creditable sermon at St. Paul's and winter hats and bonnets and other Mr. Oeorgo T. Farrls has resigned Methodist church In that city Sunday, town aro yearning to become Benedicts. fall and como and the olllco of chief of police to open hlsj In Us report to the association the millinery goods. A general Invitation Some jwrchanco will is extended. Miss M. S. Logan, Husjoin our society for consolation of old campaign for State Senator. On Mon. pleasant Point church in this county day night tho city council ap)Mlntcd says: "In prosperous condition now, tonvllle. bachelor, where wo read "Looksley AVCi ought to have the whole bakery. Two has been moved to H. The M. Walker to till tho vacancy, hut have been torn to shreds by sanotl- Hall" and "Miles Stundlsh" or any Mr. E. K. Camnltz's store and the new P. M. Mr. T. J. Hatcher, the boss shoe- - Mention craze." bo gross dark bowls, 2h to oc. Large white bowls, 10c. Meat other old thing, and profess to After he hnd ubout decided to accept is catching on nicely. All ure glad of Its membership Is largo already, maker, has just linlshed a pair of lino in Plates, beautiful pat Dishes, 10 to 15c. Mr. C's good luck in securing tho but there Is yet room and its doors are shoos for dipt. William Hcrudon. He the Klchmond, Va., call ltov. Carter but they ure equally as sorry for terns, 25 to tfoc per set. Big bowls and pitchers, 70c. ho put a "spell" on them, Helm Jones received one from the still open to tho jilted and downcast. says that which will prevent his running rapid- Hroadwuy Haptist church, Louisville, Mrs. Adcliu Woods, who had to give it you don't want a bargain in every So come. thing you buy please Lafayette Sharp, after a month's ill- ly, and so arranged them that his which changed his mind. Ho will re- up, as it was her only support. and especially don't all come on Saturdays as Mrs. W. M. Stogdlll, who was Miss stay away, ness, Is able to stay in bis store again. tracks can bo proved anywhere, thus main in Louisville. Kov. Stephen Tucker, D. D., recently Bessie Moore, spent severul days with is hard to wait on you right, although we have from 3 to 5 Allle Stagg is again quite sick allowing Judge Saulley to win easily. Little It lias been suggested that tho young of Decatur, Ala., who for years bus relatives here before her departure for with malarial fever. J. 1. Wilkinson Respectfully, to Louis- men of this generation be put on the stood high in the I'resbytorlan church, her homo at Denver. Col. James Ad- salesmen. and John Whlpp, Jr., went ville Monday. Mrs. Mary Whlpp Is hardest and most lmHi timt lesson of resigned his denominational faith and ams, of Montgomery, Ala., who has visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kills, near their lives and that is to tell who their was ordained as a Haptist minister. been visiting his brother, Mr. L. has returned. Misses Mattie Owonsboro. Kd Stngg, of llustonvlllo, friends are. This Is a valuable lesson Mr. Tucker was Inlluenced to change Mrs. and one that but few old men have his church by tho arguments of Rev. Alcorn and Lou Hopper are at NashIs hero on a tilling expedition. ville. Col. Adams has returned to Liberty learned. We have many friends when William H. Whitsltt In the recent conAt a meeting of the cattle combine house from which they can see 100 per cent In tho favor troversy among the Buptists about bapand will reside In her recently held at Mt. Salem, Kmmctt tism. she moved directly after the death of which they confer on us. An earnest request Is inutlo by the McCormnck was unanimously expelled There is a disposition to elect a now Judge J. I). Boldon la her husband. of city couucilmeu and the fol- pastor of the Haptist church thatall its from the company and George Camden attending circuit court in Lebanon. board members be present at tho services elected to take his place. Emmettsays Dr. J. C. Marker, of Hustonvllle, and lowing gentlemen have been favorably Dr. J. It. Klnnaird, Cyrus next Sunday morning. Ono feature of he got all out of the combine there of Dunnvllle, wore mentioned: Dr. Oscar Dunham, the service will bo of very great Im- was in it and wanted to quit. He will hero Tuesday. Miss Mollle Dermldy Kasou, II. A. 11. Marksbury, J. G. portance and tho pastor hopes that ev- form a with J. W. Allen Dr. V. Sweeney, W. J. Komaiis, J. Hunt is visiting near Brudfordhvlllc. C. Robinson for mayor-Al- l ery member will take part in this spe to tight them. and J. L. Herren and wife went to Louisville Water Is hard to get here at fiO cents parties will be represented In this cial order of the service. The subject Tuesday to attend tho mooting of the Kov. J. H. Crouch's discourse will per barrel. The mill can run only a of Mississippi Valley Medical Asocia board and they are alt worthy citizens, scarciSandrim, who has been who would always have in view the best be, "Judgment Must Begin at the few hours a week because of its Hon. Win, ty, while M. K. Allen, the livery man, House of God." making saddles and harness for II. W. Interests of the people. . Hev. J. U. Crouch says ho has writ- is compelled to get his supply from Phillips, left Monday for Iondon. Ho The authorities are waging war on beet the blind tigers again. On Wednesday ten for an evangelist to help hold a Kldd's Store, aodlstancc of live miles. enjoys tho reputation of being tho go dry who ever struck this John Kay, colored, was lined 2.' In tho meeting at the Haptist church, begin Many wells never known to Mm.iw.ua umlo-ning about tho 20th of November, or as before have long since exhausted. town Mr. Phillips expects to have IKillco court for unlawfully soiling soon as the members aro religiously Hanging Fork, with the exception of a whisky. This is tin evil which can and him back with him shortly. ready. Ho says that a revival is like a few stagnant pools here and there, is as should bo suppressed, although there Co. Is less drunkenness under the blind boatthat during its progress every dry as a bone. tiger system than there Is when tho member catches hold of an oar to help of Allen Creek, preach- tlgur has both oyes open and wo should paddlo the church canoe, but when the TKACHERS' JOINT ASSOCIATION. Going and returning from this county when you purchase as much as $10 worth Rev. Morgan, from them. ed at the Christian church Sunday. Some 18 teachers from Lincoln, a not license an evil because it occasion- big meotlng closes they seem 'to let loose and the old church ship just has dozen from Casoy and 10 from l'ulaski, pasturosand springs are nil dried ally manifests Itself. The up In Cliquy, stock having to be driven assembled in joint association at Ku Drs. H. C. Herring and W. M. 'El to drift along. The Kentucky Conference of tho Af- bunks, Oct. 2. miles for water In some sections. liott, two of our prominent physicians, -Wo enjoyed our trip to tho Nashville went to Louisville Wednesday to at- rican Methodist church held at Frank The excellent program was highly. You are always In tend the Mississippi Valley Medical fort made the following appointments out with a few executions. Mr. and Centennial XjEissinsrca-Toasr- . for this, tho Danvillo district: J. W. Mrs. T. M. Goodknlght, who were kept good comp'iny when at Nashville as tlio Association. Mr. J. D. Gulley, of 111 to 1. democrats are at a ratio of O., is hero with his old friends. Hill, presiding elder: Danville, A. J. away by sicknens, were tho only ones Middloburg and Liberty will cross He Is not satisfied with his new homo Chambers; Ktchmond, G. W. Williams; who failed to respond to their numbers. bats at tho hitter's grounds Saturday. and will llkoly move back to this coun- Nicholasvllle, P. A. Nichols; Stanford, A bountiful dinner was furnished by Tho next game win to have been play- ty. W. 11 Lackey went to Cincinnati C.J. Cannon: Wilmore, J. WiNon; the residents of Kubanks and the teach ed Saturday week, but Prof. U P. this week. Sheriff T. It. Kohinson wits Shelby City, K. Dunn: White Hall, S. ers of Pulaski. P. II. Taylor, supt. of Ford having to bo absent, It will bo In Ktchmond Tuesday attending a dem- Wood; Burgln. L. T. Christopher; Casey, presided over the meeting. V. $1.1,000 Puturlty. Tuesday, OctolierSth. The SS.000 Transylvania, 7. played Saturday. ocratic committee meeting. Dr. Wal- Hcattyvlllo, J. M. Coleman: London, 0. Grinstead, of Danville, honored the The Ouo or inoru Big Stakes lially. All the crack Horses. Half 1'uro on Thursday, Oct. all ltullroads. Lancaster ter Henzley bus moved his olllco Into John Caldwell; Jollico, J. W. Collier; meotlng with his presence, and added Wo endorse all that the Llbcriitl and his Famous Hand. Thin dis the Thompson block on Richmond Av PIneville, J. W. Law; Rarbourvlllc, much to' its interest. It is very evident -- ,.riw. audi nlwiiit Mr. Purrls. A. C. Lewis; Manchester, A. Guy; Sti that these meetings nro growing bene-llcitrict, uhruilil hv nil means elect hltn enue. and the democracy must seo every voand it is to bo hoped wo may have II. W. WILSON. Secretary. A criticism has been made on cer- ver Creek, G. Splllman. The next annuV. JOHNSTON. President. ter of that strlo Is out on the 2d day tain church elders in this section. It al session will be held at Harrodsburg. more of them. of next month. is claimed that they join the tattlers Mr. C. D. Lewis, tho president of the POLK .MII.U'.K J. N. Saunders, of your city, Is billed and backbiters in abusing un unfortu4th magisterial district of Pulaski, is to speak at Liberty Saturday In tho In- nate sinner, instead of going to him Who will lecture nt Walton's Opera iiou- - certainly to bo congratulated on tho terest of Illndman. Oh, tho frost ho and pleading with him to turn from tho Oct. ?), tolls tliln story : success of tho meeting, which was When In a Kentucky town last winter I mainly duo to bis earnest endeavors. Aill receive without the republican error of his way. Ho should act in tho brethren come out. Wo know of but capacity of a shepherd and go out to remained on tlio platform for some time af Tho Lincoln County Teachers' Asso Hlndman follower In bring the lost sheep back to tho fold, ter my ciiUtitalnmi'itt to reecho tlio cordlul ciation will bo held at Highland, Satono ShlpstulT, Ac. In fait all kinds of Mixed Teed at tho greeting of old friend-- , and iii'qimlntaneon' tho county. Instead of joining tho wolves in de urday, Oct. 1(5. All are Invited to atiimung whom wore miiny old Virginians. A IvATH BLAIN. Charles Fluley, secretary of State, stroying him. There are some who are liuly who li:id moved fiom Virginia thirty tend. was billed to spunk at this place hist no better lit for that olllco than the year-- , riuno up and s.ald: We aro prepared to night In tho interest of tho republican lowest barbarian in the wilds of Africa "Mr. Miller. II BRODHGflD. brought my old negro u ho N ticket. What does this inotin tho en- would be. 'mummy out to hear you Hon F P. Bobbitt was in town Tues- emy's Importing boltocrats and rnds The woods and are full of uniting for tlio audience to clear the mid- day. into Casey to speak. They must bo on candidates offering different arguments dle nNlo. when ho will como down mid Than any one and now Is tho tlnn to buy before prices advance. Como Married, on Thursday, 7th, Jesse Is Ml years of (V) the brink of . to induce tho dear people to vote for speak to you. The old woman and Seo Us. In Louisville and lives almost entirely In tlio past. Dameron to Mrs. Castcel, of this place. !' Miss Helen Short was them. Tho best argument exists in uro, 00 jeurs of age. J "" during your entertainment Both parties aro about " 7.JJ O, KJ IVlf-il- l I, Tftf CSC I 13 last week buying up her winter millin- something tangible in tho shape of u Several timeshas MMm s,o turned to me with the rezg Wllllm A. Morrow, of Somerset, & Foster and wifo have gone dollar and woo unto him who uses it ery. Kov. Inmark. lut iiihii Nsho'ly takln' me back to Loulsvlllo for tho winter. Mrs. W. and ullows tho voter to go behind the Olo Virginity an my ,oung day- - dls night.' spoke hero Thursday night in tho to terest of his father's candidacy for cir I. Gann will go to Nushvillo In a curtain to vole. A man who will sell In a few mlutios I looked down tho ulsle, sister. will take money and vote as he chooses. and hurocamo a topical old Southern mam- cult judge of this district. whore sho will visit hor As freight train, No. 117, was passing P. Keenoy ground till nearly mid- The bettor plan is to buy them to go my, wllh a white cap on hor head, a gingnight Saturday. We are a mighty llshiug or drive cattle. The outlook is ham dross, ami a clean white apron on. I hero tho cylinder of tho engine burst, of the pleees striking P. Francisfool about our bread down here any- favorable for the democrats. A spirit turned fiom a crowd of while friends, and bomo tho Mngo 1 took tho old co and wo ure fearful ho is seriously how. I. S. Wesley is In Loulsvlllo of harmony and a determination' to win reaching down from I did so, "Why this week. V. R. Coleman, of Somer- prevails throughout tho ranks. Let woman's hand. Mixing asa kind of swinging iujuicd. mammy, howdy!" With In u mass convention of democrats at stay Tuesday. set, como In on a short every democrat do his duty and per- to and fro of my lxdy, after the fashion of Suyo's school house Wednesday Robt. suade his neighbor to do so and the re- tho colored folks In a religious meeting, Brown, of Level Greon, was nominated Of the UU,ltOO,0(H) old copper cents ward of victory will follow. struck up a song (the old negiu Joining me) for justice of the peace in this district. were sent out from the mint onwhich which to all Amelia county people, whlto ly tho 000,000 have ever been accounted Tho treasury department Urures that and black, would always "ratso tho roof,' Tho candidate for constable will bo sefor, and only now and then Is a stray there aro 7.'l,:i00,000 people in tho Uni- "Klso and hliluo, I'm gwluo homo to glory." lected Friday. Rev. Kin Pike and others nro holdone of tho remaining lll,000,000 soon ted States, and tho money In circulaTho heart Inovs with which tho old woman who ing a scries of meetings at the Methoin circulation. tion per capita was $;'2.S9. Oct. 1, as 'Jlned In" wus delightful, and to those Tlio present drouth In Kentucky re- follows: Gold coin, $,"28, 093, 7511; stan- wero present. It was tho best part of a dist church. Rev. Hendricks' appointmemories of tho remarkable dard silver dollars, $o7,Ur),""0:snbsSdn-r- y show which had been going on for more than ment at tho Baptist church Is changed calls hours. When wo had finished the "duet," drouth of 1S."I. Frank P. Clay, St, silver, $111,170,115; gold certificates, two old woman looked up Into my face and to tho .'Id Saturday at 11 o'clock and hftl tho no ruin, fell in Bour-bo- n S:ill,8M,5.VJ; silver Sunday night at 7. romombers that certificates, $:174,20,-21K- I; Mild: county from Juno 17th until Octotreasury notes, act July 14, 1SD0, "Son, I sho' Is glad to seo vou, knzo you Lexington trots. October 510 in7 ber 12th. 8Sl),81ll,0:i; Uulted States notes, $251, como f'oui Olo Vlrgluuy, w liar I did como clusive. Ono fare roud trip dally, 4th Luwronceburg, Intl., Valley HitAt You ken talk mo llko a nigger den a Lowest Cash Prices. currency ccrtillcates, act June f'om. Our Uok now comi'luto ut to 10th, via tho Queen & Crescent insurance agent, fell 705,541; her, n 8, 1872, $52,825,000; national banknotes, nigger talk llko his self." Then Her faco Route. Good until lSth to return. Ask a serious look and sho said: "My and broke his sound leg for tho llfth $220,401, i:i5; total, $1,07S,8I0,5;I8. A assumed your tigent for particulars. W. C. son. stop playin o dat banjer or you'll time. His other leg had been broken year ugo tho total amount wus G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. had to be amputated Hob'n!" to so ofton that It years ugo. A einglo treo In an orchard nearCor-valliTlio court of nppouls, by a divided Tho report that the Iudiana authoriHy Inoculating fivo healthy mcu with Ore., has yielded this season OdO Loulsvlllo Every thing Now ami Latent Styles In Writing Paper. Tablets and Card- yellow fover gonna and causing their vote, holds that a wife who had been in ties hud quiit untitled uguinst cases lu the pounds of Bartlett pears. death, Dr. Sanarolll Iuh tit least dem- busbies for horsolf for a number of on account of yellow fever Strong soda water applied to warts onstrated that tho diseuso is dangerous. years following hor husband's failure, city proved untruo after u great deulof and who made un assignmout subse- excitement and gome bad blood had several times a day will remove them The average rain fall in tho Slato fc und leave no tours. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. during Soptombcr wtis loss than i of an quent to tho passage of tho married been engendered. Gov. Bradley and cotlee war In Ohio has sent tho A inch. Thoro wasn't that mueh hero. woman's property net, is entitled to mauy others telegraphed to Gov. Mount a pound and the end gold rosorve In tho National tho exemption, notwithstanding her tiiut there was no yellow fover in Louis- price down to 12e Tho Is not yet. Is still 1 v j but iu&olvent. husband ville. treasury Is now $143,403,031. V 1 1 post-olllcc. oight-yeur-froto-du- Over 100 Hoekers y - jMJst-olll- co y. Calicoes, 4c; Nice Line Percales at .up. Big line Ladies' 7 Hose, 5, 10, 15 Ots. I" GLASSWARE AND QUEENS- WARE Scini-Porecla- of-lic- e, If it Tanner Bros., McKinney. J.kFroiin)aD&Go. THE GLOBE Danville, Ky., Mc-Murtr- y. CLOTHIERS ! A.T r MidbUrgTCasey Will PAY Your TOLL -- Kentucky's Great Trots Stakes $75,000 p urses. October 5th to 16th, 1897. 1 Orr-vill- e, nl World's Greatest Meeting 1 Coal nay, Uats, btraw, a I out-spok- I! LOWEST MARKET PRICE. I , by-pat- Sell COAL Cheaper to-nl- ht J nt OMUUn iif . few-day- s, METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, 1 A.C.S1NEJ CEILING, STANFORD, KY. FenceFarm and bH lmmmmmMmksmsMM WINDOW GLASS. DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoROBEE td Yard FINISH. one-logg- Rln-earso- n, $1,582,-:i02,2- 8. " m s, 1 1 1 3sm t -- -- J. T. Sullivan, of Russell, has been FARM AND TRADE. nominated for the Legislature by the INTERIOR JOURNAL THE Wanted two weanling pigs. Apply democrats of Casey and Russell. The primary election between Judges nt this olllce. Morrow and Denton, both of Somerset, On one farm near Flint, Mich., thoroj Stanford. ICy., Octouek 8, 1897 us to which shall be the republican are 1,120,000 cabbages. nominee for circuit judge, will occur Jarvis Bros, bought of Goorgo C. with tho result in doubt, Givens a bunch of fat hogs at 3i". V. P. WALTON. though slightly in Morrow's favor. FokSai.R. 12 strictly nice Shorthorn bull calves. T. .1. Hill. Stanford. Our counters and shelves arc groaning under the weight of new DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Told T.J. Hill sold to Allon & Lyon 3(1 goods and still they continue to come. Some br.uul new attractions For Ap late CM, J. SHACKELFORD Brewing Co., of Louis- yearling cattle at 3!c, with 50 cents off The tin's week. on each head. It is a great harvest for all who are looking for birgnins. " Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY. ville, failed forWOO.OOO. Thirty show and trotting horses val- livery day something new; every time .something go. d. Von bein " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. Mrs. Roger King, living near Paris, ued at $50,000 wore burnod In a barn to feel chilly " State Senator, - GEO. T. FARRIS. was killed in a runaway accident. now and it is time for you to discard that summer tin. 111. " Beprcmitatiie, - M. F. NORTH. James Gano, aged 103, died near Elk- near Winona, dervvcar for something wartnrr. We are a public benefactor when it R. II. Bromuigh's Kitty H., selling " County Judge, - JAS. V. BAILEY. hart. Ind. Ho had buen married six 10 to 1, won at Latonia Tuesday over a comos to health giving and warmth giving " Count, Clerk, - GEO. 11. COOPER. times. big field of good ones. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. One man was killed and three injurM. Kahu bought 3S1 cattle In Bour" Circuit Clerl, J. F. HOLDAM. ed by the wrecking of a circus train in bon and Clark at li to li, the tota' " SherilT, - - SAUL. M. OWENS Kan mls. " Jailer, - - GEO. W. DEUORD. It is computed that 20,000 tons of can- amount being $27,000. At Louisville Wednesday a hogshead - 25c for men's Merino and ribbed shirts. 50c for men's wool fleeced " Artmor, ned salmon are consumed annually In C.G. BAKER. If Josiah Patterson would devote this country. of Hurley brought $32 per hundred, shirts. Si for men's natural WM. LANDGRAF. " Coroner, wool suits. Si. So per suit for men's all more of his speech to showing the irhighest price in years. Supl. Schools, GARLAND JIN'GLETON In a fire at tho State Industrial tho wool scarlet medicated underwear, worth S2.50 dem50c for ladies' unreconcilable differences between Fifty-liv- e shares of Farmers National The nominectfor Magistrates are: J. H. might do School at Plankinton, S. D., six girls Hank stock of Richmond sold at $131 to ion suits, fleece line, worth 76c. 20c for fleeced pants and vests, ocrats and republicans, he Raines, Stanford; W. 1). Wailin, Crab Orwero burned to death. $131.50. Richmond Register. bought to sell at 35c. 20c pir pair for men's wool half hose. 25c T, moro good. As it Is he devotes chard; W A. Coffey, Hutlonrille; J Capt. Frederick Chatard, the oldest of his remarks In tho atabout 0 of Turners pair for ladies' fine, all wool Anderson Nunnelley, Broun, Waynesburg. pair for misses' hose, worth 40c. tempt to demonstrate tho Idiocy of surviving olllccr of the Confederate ville, sold to John Pepples I" yearling The nominees for Constables are: M. Navy, died in St. Louis. and children's fine wool hose. silver democrats while the other 15 delivery at .'lie. Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K. Pettus, Crab A child of Harvey cattle for Oct. 2:00!, Hculah, dam of Heuzelta, W, is mildly condematory of republicans COMFORTS AND HLANKETS. New, fresh goods and whit Orchard; T G. Xunnelley, Jluttonville; Hook, of Ligonler, lnd., was killed and for not coming up to their brought $2,000 at Lexington. Oriauna, we offer F. Clymcr, Waynesburg. devoured by a lot of hogs. you now are bargains only obtainable here. '50c each for promises. of Onward, brought Half a million dollars In gold was '2:19, a daughter a good, fancy quilted comfort St each for for full size satinc com$000. In National This being an "off year" IN swapping French Tipton for Rob- withdrawn from the Hank of England F. P. Bishop bought of various par- fort, with white cotton filling. S2 each for large sire English figured politics, tho democrats of Louisville ert Lee Davis, the democrats of Rich- for shipment to tho United States. ties recently three car loads of fat hogs satinc comfort, best filling and handsome designs. 75c pair for full and Jefferson county have wisely agreed mond ought in all honesty to pay boot A Shelbyville, Ind., man hot M0 with some butcher stuff at 2 to drop all their differences as to Na- Tip may sit astride a whisky barrel for an undertaker against a cotlln and won at 3 to 3.05, and size gray and white blankets. S 1.50 and S2 pair lor extra size, all to 3c. tional issues and fight shoulder to four years at $4 a day, but It is dollars It. He will keep It for his own use. Unwashed wool has advanced U cts wool, red and white blanks with fancy borders. shoufder for their more personal and to doughnuts that ho will feel like a A Negro, accused of criminal assault against a year ago and now sells al21i. DRESS GOODS In new and stylish effects bought before the immediate interests in good local gov- lost sinner all tho time and long for on a child, was taken from the court,'IOj, an increase ernment. And tho results will fully tho right ho has given up for the tlesh room at Hernando, Miss., and lynched. Washed wool Is worth general advance that is to take place in wool goods and you may have 115c. vindicate both tho common sense and pots. In a quarrel over a game of cards of S. K Duddorar sold to Woods & them at low tariff prices. 20c buys nice, all wool dress goods in the courage that proffered and acceptCharles Tillett shot and fatally woundsteers at 3e beautiful patterns. 35c is our price per yard for 36 inch all wool SerLynn a bunch of Louisville ed that plan of campaign. ed John Gumsaullj. in Robertson counPOLITICS and bought of W. M. Mathony 13 stock ges in blue and black, a Times. This is exactly what we have ty. 50c value 75c yard for all wool broadcloth Senator Lodge thinks there is no contended for all the time and for all Yellow fever continues to claim vic hogs at 3c. suitable for ladies' tailor made suiting, 54 inches wide. G. R. Pope sold to D. N. Prevvltt 101 the democratic tickets. The Times, doubt that Hawaii will bo annexed at tims in the South. At New Orleans tho coming session of Congress. sheep at 2.M). Far. Is Whitley bought however, blows hot and cold at tho SHOES AND HOOTS. Never before have we so completely there arc 218 cases now under treat, Tom Watson says he Is out of polislumts at .'li. of Prewltt 40 sume time, by charging thnt when regtuent. filled up with shoes and boots from floor to ceiling. The styles and Kentucky In ular democratic papers seek such har- tics and will not come to campaign Tho Pennsylvania train that took the Advocate. to the present or any future & Dunn, of Whites- - Station, variety are too numerous to mention, but suffice to say we can fit any Curtis mony as we are glad to know prevails Louisville authorities and others to In 10 foot and any taste at a reasonable price. Take a look at our CLOTH-INin Louisville and which that paper ad make speeches. dianapolis, made the 105 miles in 101 have sold to Ohio parties in the past Tho first two days' registration show minutes. days 500 feeding cattle at from 3J to and overcoats especially. It is the biggest line :n town. vises there, it is only for hominy. What large democratic gains In nearly all 3.S5. Richmond Register. Is good for Louisvlllo Is good for the Tho opening of saloons in the cities, Louisville heading the list O. P. Huffman bought of A. M. whole State and it is as important that was celebrated by free drinks, with 5,000 and over. up is overllowing with Poncu a bunch of fat steers at 3 to 3Jt the republicans shall be ousted In LinConnecticut has adopted an amend- and the lock of T. J. Hill a bunch of miiiiu at 3o and A. UKI1ANSKY & CO, PnonuKTOKs. coln as it is in Louisville. Down with ment to her constitution providing an drunken men. of J. H. Swopo a lot of fat hogs at 3Jc. the marplots and those who seek to educational qualification for suffrage Cripple Creek miners are preparing T. I). KYXIJY, Manacikk. J. W. Sturgeon, of Warren comity, drive the factions further apart. There and all to ship a million dollars in gold directother States should do so. Sterling', Ilnrdstown, Law reucchurg, ('jntluann, ViTsflMluc, Emiis room for them only in hades. out- hnsasteor which walks on a wooden Paris, Carlisle, Mt. One Rodes, who sucked federal milk ly to the Philadelphia mint, the nence, Georgetown, Frankfort, and Miuickport, Ind. leg. The animal broke his log and of a month. put We were In hopes that as tho demo-rat- s from Carlisle for four years as collecThe court of appeals has refused a Sturgeon, who is nonius, substituted were getting along pretty well tor at Richmond, thinks Bailey will be new hearing to Shipp, of one for it. here that neither faction would put up elected, so tho Times says. Of course, Midway, and he must serve his term in W. H. Willis weighed up for Joe speakers to foment discord and widen he wants It. That is the shape of tho the penitentiary. Bales 00 cattle purchased from I. C. the breach, but wo observe that Gov. Hannacrat leader. He takes no stock Henderson suffered a 7.",000 tire, VanMeter which weighed 1,057 pounds with 832,000 insurance. The principal and which were sold somo time ago at Hindman is to bo here next Tuesday in Hindman. Louisville Dispatch. Judge Parker decides at Lexington business block, known as Johnson's 1! cts. Winchester Democrat. and Josiah Patterson on tho 10. Their was burned. coming wont do anybody good and that a circuit judge has no jurisdiction Corner, D. S. Johnston, committee for BenFive hundred delegates are expected over a county judge in tho appointit might result in infinite harm. This nett Cloyd, rented to Joseph Coffey and to attend the grand lodge meeting of is not tho year, if there ever was or ment of election officers and that the Kentucky Odd Fellows at Owen&boro F. I Bishop at public auction Weds ever will be, for democrats to fight one removal of election officers Is discre- October 13, 11 and 15. land for nesday 150 acres of another. The "nawsty" radicals need tionary with the county judge, nnd that An L. A: N. train out of Montgomery grazing purjoses for $315. Tho land Is his action can not bo corrected by a Hew tho track at a split switch. Tho a jwrtlon of the old Bennott Clojd our attention. Rubber Coats, Mclntosbes, Trunks and Valises. Prices fireman was killed and tho engineer farm. higher court. Since tho above was written wo learn and a postal clerk were Injured. John Williams, a Memphis Negro, Low. Terms Cash. Tho Advocate combines a horse salo that Hon. G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby-villJames Haglcy, aged 12, was shot and confirms the story of Negro coloniza- seriously wounded at Franklin, Ind., and a political note In the following: will speak here Monday. It doesn't strike us that we need him tion schemes worked by Todd leaders. by wiuio wood, ageu 10, wno was John Bauchman bought of Johh B. Skinner, of Wot Lincoln, a nice comeither at this juncture, unless he comes He says that several car loads of Ne- guarding his father's melon patch. & N. The with an olive branch instead of a fire groes wero brought to Louisville Tues were old stockholders of theIn L. nour- bined gelding for $125. John will use The road is a day night from Memphis in order to brand. the gelding riding as deputy sheriff for ishing condition, having earned exregister and voto for Todd. Their George Coulter. gross during the year ended is said that Gov. Bradley has of- penses, he says, were paid by an un- June 30. Paris.- - 500 cattle on tho marketand fered to give $100 towards hiring the known man. Floods in China and Japan havo done many left over for want of buyers, the auditorium at Louisville for a joint deChairmrn Johnston, of the democrat- great damage. Ten thousand people wabate between Wm. Jennings Bryan and ic campaign committee, officially an- are said to have been drowned in (10 extreme drouth having made stock 4 cts. for Senator Deboe, whoso initials are also nounces tho following dates for Wil Chinese towns and 25,000 houses de- ter scarce. Best sales about feeders and good yearlings; common molished in Japan. W. J., and may stand for the same liam Jennings Bryan's Kentucky of Sydney, O., and mountain stuff low. Quite a num- latent and most unproved Styles and DoslpH. Hwry Instrument (liitirmitovd. A Com- Mrs. Theresa Allen, names. This is the first direct evispeeches: Glasgow, October 9; Leba- was lined $100 and sent to jail for 10 ber of mule colts sold from $20 to $50. plflO I. till' of dence that tho governor has a spite child. non, Oct. 11, 2:30 l M,; Elizabeth-tow- days for beating her Kentucklnn. against the "2o0 pounds of salt pork" Oct. 11, night; Russellvillo, Oct. The little thing was a solid bruise from Thorn, by Wilkes Boy, and driven by now masquerading as U. S. Senator. head to foot while one of Its arms was 21; Henderson, Oct. 13: and Paducah, broken. Orin Hlckok, won tho Futurity at LexHe knows that Deboe can not speak Oct. 13 at night. ington Tuesday taking tho last three of oven a little bit, and that the exhibiThe Lamb faction of the republican the six heats trotted China Silk won Ills Retort. tion would show what a demmed hass ho party in Virginia held a convention at For one whole da$ not a crocs word the first heat and Preston tho next two. t rAnl Surplcul Supplied a .pooliilty. Wo Ruarantoo I'rlci-- i anil Quality. Is. As dense as ho is, however, you Lynchburg and nominated a full State had been heard and naturally both The best time was 2:13J. Bumps won will never got tho freak Senator into ticket, headed by PatMcCaull for gov- were In goodliumor. the Tennessee stakes for pacers the Si such a snap as that. Ho knows when ernor. "Why should we not go on like this samo day In straight heats. His best James Lyons, of Richmond, a he is well off and has quite enough foreer?" she .asked, at length, "Why time wus 2:00. turncoat, was named for attorney sense to keep his head out of the fire. lll faction can't we always agree?" The William Fish, of Paint Lick, sold 50 "Because," he explained, very earSIX short months ugo Editor John control the regular organization, which nestly, "once in a great while I like to barrels of corn at $1.10 In tho field. L. Bosley would not have given a nick- with the approval of Chairman Hanna, have my oivn'way." John Lackey sold 10 fat cattle to Crate Shortly thereafter he had slammed Maupln for li. At Ross' sale corn sold el for a guarantee that ho would get a decided not to name a State ticket aud the door and started for the club, nnd at $1.00. Norris Brothors report 1,200 place in the treasury department at to take no part In the State election. Having considered tho question from nlmost every standpoint, wo havo decided toudopt Washington, so great was his confJohn M. Palmer, who headed the de she was excitedly asking herself why cattle on the market Monday nud trado enough to idence of securing the place. But there's coy presidential ticket, has volunteer- she had ever been foolish good, but from 15 td25 cts per hundred marry. Chicago Tost. many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip, ed his services to help the Negroes at lower thun last court day on account of Not Necemiary. finding that all Alton, 111., In their fight to have their and the drouth. Prices generally from $2 to "I have just had a note from Willie's 83.85. No extra grades on the market. He;!nnlnj; July 1, 1S07, bclluvliiB that It will bo moro wttlsfactory to both buyer things arc not what they seem, has ap- children admitted to the white schools, and heller. tencher," said Mrs. Parvenue, "and she No bad debt will accumulate, couxequcutly wo can Hell rwmIs cluaier. It will tuUo much parently given up his ambition to goto after the authorities had divided thei mi's flint, bi in vprv .Infiplrnt in nnpll- Richmond Climax. Washington and announced himself f unds and provided separate schools for jm A largo crowd was present at Squire lov capital, our oxjMMiMes will lw less mul there Is every reason why tho cash system will Wo ask you to try It If you for the very minor office of police judge them, which shows that he believes in "What in thunder is he studying John Bailey's sale In the West End jirovo satisfactory. kick onlyyour buying from awhllo and who And It U not to your ad- -, on vantage, wo will not merchanU of Paris. sell on credit. Wo nro satNegro social equality. He has been a spelling for?" demanded Mr. Parvenue, WeJncsday and reasonably fair prices 10 to S.1 per you isfied renegade, euys the Louisvlllo Dispatch, ' angrily. "Docs his teacher mean to in-- a were realized throughout. The farm shouldwo ran sell lw angoods from to you. cent. cheaor than tho credit men and till Hon. John H. Wilson is now spoken Inducement Very truly, certainly traitor and a bolter In politics all his sinuate that he won't he rich enough to had been previously rented to his sons of as likely to get either a placo on the hire a typewriter?" Chicago Post. for $500 who bought most of the farmcivil service commission or surveyor of life, and every phase of his character Sk A Harrovrlnir Tale. grows blacker as he approaches the end ing implements and some of tho stock the port ut Louisville. His friends . . . Morris You was telling me the other before tho sale. Horses brought from think nni nn f.hn nfhnr nt thnsn enlvoaiOI niS Career, He has reached u cli max of infamy in this. Perhaps Gen. day that a neighbor of yours had dis- $30 to $55; milk cows $20 to $30; work should bo applied to his wounded feel appeared. You 6aid that ho hod money ings for having to undergo a trial for Bucknor will not want his name drag- - with him and it was feared he had met mules $45.50; yearling heifers $12 to $14: stock hogs 3 to 3c; fat hogs 3c; tho crime of conspiracy to bribe, a Bed down in association with Palmer's th f j , 10 sucn a uepui. thing that never entered his head, if Nlmmlns It turned out as we feared. corn in the field $1.75 to $1.7i. Mr. Headed toy U. S. MODEL, Tho handful of individual nonentl- - it seems ho went off on a wedding trip, Bailey has discarded the thought of Son of Klover'.s Model, No. '.'0,710. tho greatest breeding rjO. 38,353. we are to believe half that was told on Iior llvlni, nnd IUJNDI.KY'S moving West and will live with his t'LAUUK, ?io. ties, who were carried Into promluencc Boston Transcript, the witness stand. hoiuii mo worm wuonimman unampion, lliiuile. No. 11,007. Tine, loppy vmi(r boars ready for service. A few show IHn old enough to breed, ami bredoowil sons on the old place. by the great tidal waves of '95 and '9(i, An balo, This stock Is strictly In ovorv respect, with The English husband from whoir. have set themselves to the miserable The New Pastor Goodcall. A fairly good crowd attended J. F. a specialty, for morning, ray pedigrees. Prices reasonable aud satisfaction guaranteed. Write jour wants or como and Mrs. Lnngtry obtained a divorce in Ca- task of putting the party on record as dear child. Is your mnmma nt homo? Govor's salo Tuesday, but bidding gen- seo my bogs. A few fresh .Jersey Cows for sale. They are good on os. Also Mammoth IVklu Duck lifornia has become a chattering imbe- representing the worst elements. In Willie Yes, sir, she's nt home, but erally was slow. There were no bidA. K. HIINDI.nV, Hox 105, Danville, Ky. cile and been placed in a lunatic asy- Kentucky, who-- o a vast population of I'm afraid tho consolations of religion ders on the farm either for ront or sale Hggs, SI for 13. lum. With the prospect that he too ignorant and vicious Negroes is a con-- , wl bethrown nwny on her bir. and Mr. Gover will likely live on It nt will be driven crazy, the lot of tho stunt menaco to the security of tho "P.ea.r me' aml wl,y ,B,0?" least another your to tho delight of his "er " . princo who has ju&t taken tho "Jersey neighbors who hated the thought of Lily" to wife is not as happy a one as republican giving up him and his estimable wife. might be Imagined. Hwfit Tonsh i.ck. A horse nnilu colt brought $12.50; yearmad recklessness, declared Itsolf for1 Negro equality, and right in Louisville ' A North Carolia newspaper has this ling horse mules $20; maro says that Pryor The Courier-Journi licm; , mules $40; horse mules Force, of Shelbyville, the same who a whito man, the first republican inuy-"As Col. Williams wns driving home or of Louisville, is brazenly defying $38; aged mules $18 to 871; brood mares thought he was running for Congress yesterday lightning struck his wagon IsJ Receiving his- 810 to 810; fat hogs 3.40; yearling steers in this district last fall, hus comu out public opinion and attempting to se- and completely demolished n to an olllce, by it to demijohn, of very line whisky. The $20.55; yearling heifers $15.75; corn in for Hindman and will mako speeches cure much thu worse for Hind- which ho is clearly ineligible. Lou- colonel has the sympathy of the com- the field $1.75. Tho farming implefir him. So man. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: munity' Atlanta Constitution. isville Capital, rep. ments brought satisfactory prices. Miss Emma Curtis, of Robertson county, after slfrhinij for years for a husband who carao not, advertised for a correspondent in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Olllo Redmond, of Indiana. answered and In a short time letters were Hying thick and fast between them. Last week Mr. Redmond visit ed Miss Curtis for the, llrst time and neither beinjr disappointed, they were married uext day. The regulation novel. "And they lived emlinir of happily ever afterward" will hardly be written in their case. It is a dangerous thiug to monkey with tho Enquirer's bu.?saw column and tho girl who does generally gets the hot end of tho poker. Hotter forever to sigh In single blessedness than to weep without ceasing over a union made in such a way. Hardly one ease in a million of such proves happy. 11 A Rare Chance ! At The Louisville Store. News Briefly Pa-nix Underwear and Hosiery I2c 99-10- two-year-o- pre-electi- 900-poun- d - G Rus-ell-vil- le THE LOUISVILLE STORE. er Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Gents' Furnishing Goods H. blue-gras- e, J. McROBERTS. $20,-372,3- It TRUSSES CRAIG I n, four-year-o- ld Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bags, HOOKER. gen-ener- Allen-Wadd- A Word To You. I THE CASH SYSTEM, FARRIS HARDIN, . J i Higft Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfunas. flrst-vla- ss to ; J iii-Tim- ni ( ,,,.,,,,, o,itoll, r ..jg ffi5J Tr ILn-u- to-da- H. G. RUPLEY, two-year-o- ld al THE MERGHANT TAILOR-- two-year-o- ld four-gallo- n FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! 1 ; Hon. W. J. IJryan will speak atj MATRIMONIAL. Lebanon next Monday at 2:;i(). The l'KlMCItll'TIONK 111 luil at lowest cash L. it N. will doubtless run special Harmon Darker, 21, and Miss Ida pricea at Cnilj it Hooker's. trains at reduced rates, but , no notice Hunt, 21, both of Turnorsville, were Stanford, Kv., Octoiikr 8, 807 Two married at the bride's homo yesterday. for runt both ad. of It has yet been given . Miss Margaret Hrauner shot herself joining Farmers Hank & Trust Co. V. WARRRNit Shanks are connected' at Frankfort because hor brother perP. Walton. R (J. Walton, Buhinuss Manaokil with the Central Olllce and their num- sisted in marrying a girl she did not FOR S.LR. Jersey cow; fresh, su- ber is !. Mrs. Lou Shanks' residence like. The wound is not fatal. Iti also connected and hor number is 17. perior milker Miss Annie Mershon, of Richmond, I'ltKscittl'TioNBuro lillcd right and Apply to Higglnsand pcifeetly gentle. Uoth were omitted from ,t McKinney. the list print- who frequently visits at right pricea at IViiny'n Drug Store. the Misses Mered Tuesday. shon here, was married Wednesday to Second-hanLightning Hay Pros-Mr. Drue Tye, or Atlanta, Ga. TlIR llscal court met Tuesiluy and and second-hanfarm wagon for sale PERSONALS. Mrs. Edward Jackson, of Pittsburg, allowing claims down as far as the cheap. It. K. Woaren it Son. . Mus. A. (J. Hastland is visiting In Pa., was granted a divorce because hor Friloiter "M" adjourned till TlIK decision of the Lincoln circuit day. Tho pay of a Mureor. wagon haul- husband while drunk, hurt her by John II. Mkuik wont to Lebanon court in the ca?o of Henedlct vs. John- ing on roads was increased to $2 a day. throwing silver dollars at her. son was reVereed by tho com I of up. It had been $!.".'. yesterday. Dr. William Six, a veterinary surMiss Mom.ui Dauoiihiity is visit- peals. geon of Sprlngliold, 111., who is on trial A MKT of $10 to that James P. for bigamy, admits to having ono diing in Lexington. OWING to a freight wreck on tho Hniley would bo the next county judge vorced and 11 undivorced .MRS. J. L. J.RVId is visiting hor Main line, No. 2.1 was held wives. at Lebanon inothor at Rollings. Miguel Linares, of Louisville, forgot Junction for passengers and did not ar- was otrorcd by a drummer whoso headMrs. T. A. Kick joined her husband rive here till after I l. M. Wednesday. quarters Is hero, but there wasn't a tho wedding ring und now sues wealthy single taker. The "old gentloman" is Mrs. Valdoz for breach of promise, at Mlddlusboro Tuesday. Turkic must be a big crop of grapes a pretty hot favorite. Mihh .Mauuii: Li:wis is the guest of since sho refused to marry a man with when a basket retails In CinMr. and Mrs. W. II. Hlgglns. Firm Change. Mark Hardin lias so bad a memory. ItOliKRT L. Mattingly, of Lebanon, cinnati at .V and In Lexington at U'c. Miss Mabel Tenill, daughter of bought Mr. II. C. Funis' Interest In is with his mother here for a few days. Thore is no foreign demand for thorn, Capt. R. H. Terrill, and a society belle Fur-li- s the general merchandising firm of Miss Ciiristinu Hkadluy has gone however, and their price, like that of it Hardin and the last few days of Richmond, was married Monday to to Washington City to enter a college silver, has gone down. havo been spent in invoicing. The Mr. Vernon Hoggs, a prominent young there. No rain yet and the earth Is as dry hotel will remain u partnership busi- business man of Santa Fe, X. M.. Miss Clara Mkkshon wenttolttch as whom she met while visiting her aunt tinder. Stock water is getting very ness. moud to attend the wedding of her In the West some months ago. scarce and in many instances the aniHCROLARY. J. E. Wright's store at cousin. mals have to bo driven miles to water, Milledgevlllo was burglarized a few DR. G. A. TRAYLOR drove through Hubble, which is almost too thick to slake nights ago and a small lot of goods of to Columbia Wednesday to visit the thirst when they get to it. Ed White is receiving hogs to feed various kinds are missing. Tho money scones of his youth. drawer was broken open but as it con- at' .')c. W. T. White, of the East End, has TlIK L. it N. has raised freight rates Elder Joe Sevcranco will preach at been assisting Sheriff T. L). Nowland on this division I cents a hundred on tained only two coppers they did not Hubble next Sunday morning at 11 bother them. for the past fovoral weeks. most groceries less than car load lots. Dr. J. M. HryaNT has runted Mrs. We do know tho reason for. It, except Tin: lady manager of the Telephone o'clock and at night at 7. You can get your horse shod all lottiu Holmes' place on upper Main the same tho boy gave for his father's Exchange desires us to say for the benaround with new shoos in tho town of street and will move to it Nov. 1. whipping him, "becaut-- ho can." efit ot a curtain Danville man that the Hubble for SOc, sell your eggs at 12ie MlSH MYRTLK Hughes has gone to lav.aory in tho olllce is not for the uto per dozen and your chickens at oo per TlIK Winchester Democrat gets oil Crab Orchard Springs to bo governess of general public, nor would it be H)UIld. tho following: J. F. Tarter has been au the for a gentleman for Mrs. Gus Hofiuanu's children. fait to iwrform his Mr. Parker Hockley, of Kingman.O., Miss Minnie McClain, a handsome apK)!nted postmaster at Mllledgevllle, ablutions in the pretence of ladies, if it is visiting his father-in-laMr. J. W. young lady from Lebanon, Tonn., will Lincoln county. It Is hardly necessary was. Eubanks. Mrs. G. A. Swlnebroad was Own-leto add that this constitutes J. F. in the arrive to visit Mis Linda takon very ill of fever Sunday, when Tin: welkin, that is the Cream of Tarter In that neighborhood. at Walnut Flat. ...... ... will ring with oratory Monday. Hon. Dr. Kinnalrd was telephoned for and MkbdamksJ. W. Haydicn and Mary Pl'HI.ir SALE.--OThursday. Oct. R. C. Wurruu has an appointment to at this writing she is some hotter. Ed Craig vent tip to Hustonvillu ywtcr-da1, 1SU7, at the late residence of Maj. speak for democracy and Judge W. II. Minor and H. V. Givons went to Mato ku Dr. Hawkins iirowu, who F. 1). Itlgiioy. at Phil, Casey county, I Holt, of Frankfort and Hon. G. G. Gil- rion county Tuesday to receive a lot of rumalns iiiitu sick. Mr. Isaac Kissack, of Lexington, will olTor for sale all tho stock, crop bert, of Shelbyvllle, are also down to limits colts they bought some time ago. speak, the one for the republican tick- Jos. Willmot fell over an embankment father of Mrs. Wm. Hamilton, l hero ami farming Implements, house-holwhile trying to head a cow and sprainselling the Franklin Eluetrie Churn, a and kltehen furniture. The farm will et, the other for the democratic. ed his leg badly. Squire J. S. Murphy be rented if not sold. W. O. Itlgney. Hi. remarkable invention.' Rats. Rats caused Mr. C. M. Jones has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. MR. V. F. SHCltlDAN left yesterday S. E. Rice. A. D. Root is in the city LlKTintK. - Elder Joseph Severance, to lore at leant $200 on his bunch of morning for Cincinnati, whore he will cattle sold recently. They were buying goods. mitet his sister and accompany her to Jr.. will deliver a lecture, by Invitation of the llurgiu Knights of Pythias weighed on Hon. John Sam Owsley's the Xanhville K.usltlon. Charles F. Wing, of Princeton, comTill! young gentlemen gave a hop at lodge, on "P.uhlaninm" In the Chris- scales and notwithstanding that he mitted suicide at St. Louis. Fifteen Walton's Opera House last night In tian church in that town Tuesday thought tho cattle were light, no in years ago he killed a man at Prlnce-tin- . honor of Miss Lucia McAfee, the Leb- night, Oct. 12. An invitation has been vestigation was made until a few days, Wing's brother Uert, killed his anon beauty who is visiting Miss Pearl extended tho Stanford lodge to be pros-ou- ago. when it was found that tho rats wife. The widow of Rumsey Wingt had rooted up the ground until a por11 urn side. tion of tho machinery rested on earth, another brother, married Col. W. C. Miss Kati: Cormnky, who has been P. Hreekinridge. Card Party. MUs Pearl Hurnsldc the guest of Mrs. J. C. Cormney at gave a delightful card party Tuesday when a certain amount of weight was New Orleans has a candidate fcr Imcaster, returned to I .ouisvllle Tues- evening in honor of hor guest, Miss on the scales. For instance, five cattle chumpion coward of tho country. Ho day. Mrs. Cormney Is now with hor Lucia McAfee, of Lebanon. A do.on were weighed together and then sepa- lied from the yellow fever, leaving his rately and by tho latter way a gain of parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen. or more couples were present and en- 7." pounds was discovered. Mr. wife to nurse her stricken mother. To .lotus MR. ANU MltS. C. II. PAINR and joyed cards and dancing till a late hour. tho credit of the wife, bo it said, she children arrived from Iloston Wed- Hcfrcxhmcuts were servud during the will make an olTort to secure the short- stayed by her mother to the last. age in weight, but it is hardly probable nesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. P evening. George PfeilTer, a St. Louis stenogthat he will secure it. Tate. Mr. Paine went over to Lexingrapher, shot and killed his father-in-laWllRW but the free turnpikes are ton yesterday, we supioso to see KenPulling iin: Ox Oct of Tin: Robert Delancy, because the lat costing like soot. There are about 50 tucky horses trot. Ditch. Mr. A.C. Carman is telling It ter abused him while drunk. The young Mrs. Gkohgi: S. Cakpknteu got miles free in the county and these have around with "ghoulish glee," on the something in her eye Tuesday after- I wen under tho sujwrviston of the mag- statement of a democrat, us he says, man then turned the weapon on htm self with deadly cllcct. noon late and su tiered intensely with istrates who In tho short time of the that Mr. M. F. North, democratic canWilliam J. Work, of Chicago, died it all night. Dr. J. G. Carpenter new onier of things have swnt $1,000 didate for representative, actually, and berth on tho Chicago relieved hor next morning, huthur eye or more on them, according to returns with malice aforethought and evil pre- in a sleeping-ca- r and Erie railway. His wife, who occumade to the llscal court. At this rate pense, is yet inllamed. cut wheat on the llrst day of tho pied the bumo berth, did not discover Mr. W. H. McKinney went to Ten- old Lincoln will soon lw bankrupt. week, commonly called Sunday. We this until she tried to arouse him in the nessee yesterday to bring Prof. C. II. had an Idea that Mr. North was not to morning. TlIK Tiirneravillo Christian Endeav- fond of work Holmes home, who is sutlerlng from a but that he could do all George A. Fuller's Janio T. won tho severe ease of nervous prostration. Ho or Society will he given a low rate ex- lie wanted to do in the six days allotted division of tho Kentucky was at the head of a nourishing school. cursion to Cincinnati on Saturday, Oct. for It, but all tho same wo asked him Futurity at Lexington Wednesday, low11 at the exceedingly low rate of $2.2.i Mrs. Lottie Holmes accompanied .Mr. about the charge. "Ves sir," said he, ering the world's record for and $1.2.) for children over the Q. it C, McKinney. "I did cut wheat on Sunday and for anto 2:1."). Mr. E. W. Smith returned from Col- passenger boarding the train at either other man. My sou had been disapAfter waltzing with his wife nt a par umbia, Tonn., Wednesday, with his McKinney or Moreland. Further in- pointed in getting a binder, of which children, Ned and Annie. Ned tells us formation given later. G. L. Carpen- he had the promise. His wheat had ty givon at his home, Adam IlornbasI tie, n iHJlieeman, of Evansville, Ind., that they were given a delightful fare- ter. ripened and was falling down, a storm wont into tho back yard and hung him well tea by Misses Sarah and Therusa A WELL on Neal's Creek that was was threatening and it would ruin the self. Samuels, of Columbia, on the eve of bored for salt years ago and was entire crop, which was his only chance Tho bankers are in convention at their departure. stopped up with a sycamore plug, was for bread. In order to save my own Frankfort and the doctors in Louisville. MR. J. II. Hauoii.man, having about opened this week, by tho people hunt- crop I had to buy a binder and when I completed his splendid residence and ing for water, Dink Farmer says, when llnished late tho Suturdny before I Gov. Uradley addressed both bodies moved his pretty young wife to it, Is they found the plug sound and on tak- moved to my son's Held. In tho mean- inhisusuul versatile manner. now engaged in getting the front in ing it out a stream of fresh water gush- time tho clouds gathered and I deterbetter shape. The old otllcu near the ed out and is still flowing to their great mined to try to save as much of his The will of Maj. Lewis Ginter, the Richmond, millionaire cigarette manMethodist church was being rolled in delight. crop I could. It was merely a case of ufacturer, provides liberally for all his tact yesterday to his lot on Depot pulling the ox out of the ditch, for Of Polk Miller, who will bo with us doing which I have Scriptural authori- relatives. Ho never married, and his street. on the 20th, Mr. Henry Watterson ty, and which I would do again under relatives are a brother, two nephews, says: "He is tho best one man show in similar circumstances. Show me a four nieces and granduephews and HOME NEWS, Amerlcu." Tho Houston, Texas, Post, man who wouldn't have douo as I did grandnlcces. Every charitable organization in Richmond, more than u score A NEW stock of guns at Craig it bays "Mr. Miller doesn't lecture, ho and 1 will show you one that is too in number, embracing all religions de1 locker's. just talks, plays tho banjo to perfec- goody-goo- d for this wicked world. In nominations, wero bequeathed money. SoRQUUM cans of all sizes at Warren tion, and slngH Negro songs in a way uny event, however, cutting wheat on that beats a Negro himself." Remem- Sunday is no worso than voting before About 40 of Maj. Glnter's personal and it Shanks'. intimate friends were left sums rangber the date and that tho admission you aro of legal age." ing from $.'10,000 down to $1,000. HamIIaYK your watch repaired at will only be "Go und ."0e. ilton's, opposite postolllcc. Queen it Crescent Route. Handsome 9 Almost A FlRK. A few evening Crar Orchard. Rev. Gashwilder's view o' TllREB telephone instrument for since Misses Mary and Maggie Noel married daughter and husband are lithograph, colored birds-eyChattanooga, Missionary Ridge, sale cheap. M. S. it J. W. Daughman. noticed a blazo running several feet here on a visit to him. His two youug a Rid go and portions of tho high out of the chimney of the resi- cr daughters aro attending his school II KICK. 1100,000 machine brick ready Held as seen from tho summit They are boarding with Mrs. MoAlis dence of their father, Rev. R. R. Noel, for sale. Pence it Greening, Stanford. Highest style with sparks falling over tho dry roof, tor. Messrs. W. M. Myers and J. M. of Lookout Mountain. HORN, to the wife of J. J. Helden, a and a big contlagration was imminent, Hronuugh left a few days ago for their of lithographer's art. On line paper; "nine-poun- d democratic girl," as he but he hastened to tho roof, while thoy school In Cincinnati tho Ohio Dental plato 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in carried water to him with the swift- College. Thoy aru two of our bund stamps. W. C. Rinearson, gon'l pass'r describes her. mm ness of experienced axemen and the bomo&t and brainiest youug men. Mrs. agt., Q. it C. Route, Cincinnati, O. STORR. Jerome D. Hrady has open- danger was shut on without giving tho Dave Payne is considered dangerously ed a grocery in Ncedmoro, the Eastern lire alarm. The entire population of the Kankaill with dropsy. Mr. Dave Edmiston, y suburb of Rowland. our clover U. S. gauger, left Saturday kee repion of Indiana is lighting fotcst Ni:VS comes from tho East End that county to ue gone a tires, which have threatened great deLOST. Medal for attendance at pub the leading republicans having seen for Anderson month. Mr. Frye, of Danville, has struction. lie school. Please return to Charley the handwriting on tho wall that the been out in his place here. lie is K. Wright, Stanford. democratic tlckot will be elected, have boarding with Mrs. Harris. Rev. Gush " ceased to make especial olTort Tin: old reliable nurseryman, II. F. for F. Cummins for clerk and except wilder preached two excellent sermons C. J. J. ut tho Uuptist church Sunday. They Hillenmeycr, of Lexington, can save 1897. sherilT. Tho word has gone would do well to employ him as their money by dealing directly with King for you forth, It is said, to trade anything and regular pastor, and ho wants tho place, him. Sec ad. In this Issue. anyway to elect these two, which are and would be quite an assistance in I'ull stocks of I'nilt and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines. mall l'rults. Asparagus and Clarkbou, of really tho best on tho ticket. Hut even Clarkson. school. every thing for Orchard. Lawn und Garden. McKinney, died yesterday morning of they will not be able to pull through. We have no agents but sell direct to the bowel trouble, aged about GO. Ho was Tho democracy is going to make u clean There la a G. A. It. post at La Portq, planter, saving enormous commissions. application to u shoomakor by trade und a good, hon- sweep this time and Cummins and King Ind., composed entirely of prleata, who II. V. IIII.LENMF.YEIt. will share tho fate of "Poor Dog Tray." won distinction on the battlelield. I.oxlnrton, Ky. 6J est man. Danks IUh pootuclos. j utore-rooni- H j Where you have more than one quality of any drug dered, and when ive do not specify the maker, N. B. JL or- jRIwavs Send tehe Besfe. the way our or Jers to vholesalers read and that's why your prescriptions are always properly filled here. is d ) d nf-t- or That to-da- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. .Si .? 1 513 New Capes And Jackets m m k k H9 e m Wc have Ju4 placed on miIp the l.urgcst and Jlo4 Carefully Selected Line of LadUm' Capes und Jacket- ever shown In this seetlon. Never mm more care taken to secure the very best valuu-- , than In tho purchase of tho alxive poods. Rrald Is extensively used and It makes a beautiful trimming. We are showing - Gapes At $1.25 to $12.50; dackets At $5 to $12.50. to-da- y y m . court-hous- e, . m mi Wo wMi to rail esjeclal attention to our 12 or 15 dillerent styles of Capts and Jackets nt SB. We paid especial attention to these popular jjileed goods. All we ask Is an Insertion of our stock before you buy. y n 1 d mwj.mwwmimmmwim The Best Disc Drill SEVERANCE & SONS. S8 ox-po- rt t. BEST : MADE ! letter will siiv that the Kentucky HNo Diill stands strictly on Its merits: the makers ilclit their law suits In court and not In the pajx-r- and no purchaser of this drill need lear uny legal entanglement. Also mai inner onus must ne iiencieni in real merit wiien tlietr makers seek to scare people Into bujlng them. Wo guarantee protection. Yours, Hren-nSept. 2. Itluirs wont work. Them & Co.s' Western Agricultural Works Loiilsvlllo. Earmers can see for themselves. Is no mistake about this machine being s Lies Don't Go. Messrs. R K. Wearen t Son, Stanfoid Gentlemen: In leplv to our uii double-geare- d. ! iiiiyEass&iisai UODGKCAKinG m BY B. K. WEAREN & SON. J. C. M' CLARY, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se two-year-o- ld Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Square, - - s, Stanford, Ky ir mvwnP7&7?&n77wr&rmw7$rmw7Mr i i -Ny - y t'Ny i':r'i -vt'sy i yr 'Ny i - vy - - L - - P.TIV.'XSU tiO-o- Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTING. We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our you will then know we mean to sell tho goods. Our aim in making these unprecedented prices is to reach out and furnish our avoiding counties, which fact has nlways proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. Wo aro Iicre for btif iness, quick sales and small profits. prl-pric- es W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Branch Store at Ilustonville, II. K. Camnitz, Msuiagcr. o Wal-den- 's Chick-amaug- in .1. m m Blue Grass Nurseries. FALL, y Tho Hest Is always Imitated. The Huiwrlor Is tho Genuine Disc Drill, Has lieen thoroughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills are an exiverlrin ut .mil an Infringement on the Superior. Suit has lieen entered In tho U. S. Court against one com pany for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate before buying. HIGGINS & 7VTKINNEY. .lot In ilright Ferrill was at homo Saturday I.IeCtlie Hitters. Tlli tmtlinlltn i!i Thn n,.lr.rv.l ktliiiii. late and routnlui no whiokuy nor oilier nl and Sunday on a visit. Intoxicant, IN on the "Homo amltlic School," also the hut uctsma Ionic alterative. It nits mildly o the 805 Owen Mrs. Duck Glass, flllil luiunl. n.l.ll.t.. .!..... ..I. I.... rrldnvo notice of the Equal Rights Convention, visited relatives herooflast week.county ' StnlllAf'llthe ont.ui, thereby aiding ..I. ...I Iu tho i Mostly In fenced, well wa well Corn anil liny. Mrs. tone lo Nature j we ;tk the favor of you to give place at uie luiicilunx. I.kclrlo Hitters Is tered and Iiiin nil tho necessary Improve-- . Order Office and Teed Exchange, near tho llallroad Hcvnolds Is improving slowinciitH. Wowlltbcll prlvatelv mid on ens Marv uwniMii aim nius illKesllull. I fits 2 l3 JfiIiYJC.A.lt I taov.,y:,U1G to in your paper. We feel that there ly. A. pie find Itjuu i'unr what thev need Price leo. terms. (IKNTltV lUtOS", exactly liny Stanford; - - Kontuolcy. oents and Sl.OOpvr twttle at V. II Mcltobcrfs Stanford, K ili. miint V. ...... .! I ...l.wl .m.,t .11.1 Coal Yard, Mill .Street, lately J II. mains'. Born, to the wife of IX. D. Padgett, a Iug Store. Mr When not sopaldSCwO will o charged. en who are Interested In knowing what Satisfaction guars ntenl. Hrynn democrat. It is their Tho 1,77(5 building associations iu tho women arc doing in the world for their FOR RilNT. being a girl S United States havo l.UlO.HOO members own advancement. There are many second child, the other years old. Tito mother, son and espe- and assets of $.I00,00O,(i(X. Twelve nerm of liiml mile from Kelvln-newo know nlt-- who feel no interest in a has gmxl liiuise of A rooms mill good cially the father, are doing woll. subject they consider of no importance outhulldlnKs. 1'nr Information npplv toll. lit vvn su lunw Tho IJ. 11. company is building a de- A. WAiiThit. KlngHxliU', nr Jisk Vvi.tiiii. and of rather harmful Influence. Hut liSTUAY. mu) uuifii mm. )i Stanford. ICv. jHithero at last. It has been badly now that thtro are no inquisitorial tor KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Tiiorocnmo tomy place Sept. U. iT, u long time. They say they STAN FO KID, K:Y., tures to fear for heretics, no dreaded needed for a red Shorthorn bull ciuf, 1 or months old. I Sole proprietor of Dean's Illark Ulniiiotid ltool a. in. and i p. m punishment of witchcraft for women aro also going to put up stock pens, as Owner can Ret him liy paving for advertisTralm leave Stanford at Paint. Intimates jiirnlnlicl f.ir pointing wood, returning at 4. 25 p. m ami 9 05 p. m. lm:i, l uma.nn. who hold opinions, we venture to so- there Is more stock shipped from hero ing and his keep. metal and iron DHifs. Sallsfjrtlou isunraiilissl All Stanford. ICv. than from any station between Somerroots palutisl with Dean's llla"k lHaiiioud Paint KNOXVILLE DIVISION. The strlUers aro going to ork mid coal licit the courtesy of the press to pubwarranted for Dealer In Cistern win soon ihj comimr. rnieo otir in iters mi andOalranlnM years. niters. Galvanized and I'uiiip Iron lllack We, of course, set and McKlnney. 12 37 p m lish our convictions. No. 24 Train going North that we can work curlv mid late. Wothunk Iron lUlltii(of all kinds. was ever a betWo don't think there " 3 13 a m No. 26 " " you for past favors and kindly ask the con for tho endorsement of our FOR RENT 12 M p iu do not ask " South 23 " No. success tinuance of name. Wo have no willcltors " " 27 p m views only tho hospitality No. 23 " of tho ter prospect for democratic l desire to rent for IMis the farm I live on walking tho htreets, but nwalt jour orders, than now. With all the republican Korallll'oltita. press, which so far, has been not only which will Iw neatly and promptly idled. i mismanagement and tho dissatisfac containing 14(1 acresj good dwelling and Dou'tu.sk credit for wo luno no capital to THIIO'IOII TICKCTS SOLD. courteous but kindly tolerant. outhouse. Land productive. About 03 buck us. Wo would have a telephone Iu our UAOOAOE CHECKED THItOUOH. tion about their own ticket, we feel acres In grass, balance In cultivation. All iiersoiis desiring lioeust I ls Very truly, olllco but wo can't hear. Come and tco us. Kt and lulling or wire fence ran for plank fence, . Tor anr inforuiatlon enquire of find what they K. I,. TAXXEK. JU.. McKlunev. certain that If the democrats will do (Mrs.) Sarah Gihsox Humphreys. wmiiHi my ioi near i.eiar v,rees,on mo pise XOIMi fc SOX. (See "ad.") leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford JOE S. ItlCE, Agent, I also duty we need havo no fears of the their kis-on hand a supply of plank for fencing. All Stanford, Ky, Tho Kentucky Equal Rights Associa- result. But the republicans aro doing Farmers klmUof lumtn'r for hnlldlng purpow; alsnlioards Co. andsliingltYi. All s.tsous desiring any article ol tion will hold Its 10th annual State con- everything possible to gain votes and QUEEN & CRESCENT. this kind ran rail on me at Mir store neartVJar OK ST.NKOKl KY. vention in Covington, Oct. 14th and tho democrats should go to work in (1. W. HIXflLKTOX. Ciwk. Trains pxu Junction City as follows: MIlS. U. D.SIMl'isON, l'ror . loth. The morning sessions will bo de- earnest and every man try, as the re- Pali up Capital, 4 02 p m 11 A7 a m No. 2 North No. HSouth $200,000 00 1121pm " 4 " .....3 46 am voted to business. The evenings will publicans, to gain a vote. No. 3 " : Kentucky. Surplus, 17,603 80 Laucnstcr, 5 " 130pm It 2.1 a in " 6 " N. SHELBY & SHELBY, 6 00 a m bo given up to prominent speakers. " 10 " 8 20 p iu No. 9 " Following Is tho program of the ly proTlslons of Newly furnished; clean beds; splendod Iu charter, deiswltors are a Note Noc. 5 and C do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 One of the most distinguished of the Teachers' Association of tho yd magls- - fully -- ..Proprietors ivotecled as are dewslturs In .National Hanks, tabic. Everything so no funAy South than Junction City, uetiher I'ortcrs National speakers, Mrs. Deboe, will bo torlal district of Lincoln county, to bo Us shareholders belli held Itiditiduallr llahle to moct ! they run Sundays. 61) trains'. LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE tnooxtetilofthe amoiintof their stotk therein at present. the par Talue thereof, In addition to ttieamount held at Highlond Oct. 16: FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI RY. In such shares. It may act as executor, JunotlonlClty, Ky. Music. Prayer. Music. trustw, Ac , as fully as an Indlrldual There nro two social concerns in VIA GEOIUSETOWN. Tendering our (hauls to who entrustTurnouts, Address of welcome, II. S. Young. tle they hare coutliiu Sheriff's Sale for State an. County Taxes. reasonable rates. A pottloprompty attention, very ed their binlness to u. e (rust which women are especially interested, will u ol atrnnage Is to do so, and we oiler as a 2.00 Lve. Somerset, Arl265 2M Response, L. M. Lewis. promiit respKCimuy souciusi. is 8 20 namely: the home and tho school. Jet, City, 815 Tho to same our 'JO vmh1 .TiwrUnr in i...k "1131 4 60 6 30 33 Tho Importance of Good Manners, InRand as UlsTal accumuioiUtloiis asare consistent On S5 1155 ArrtJeorgetown, Lv 9 30 home has always been woman's espec ' Franklort, Monday, October 11, '07, 3 00 with sound Ian kins. 720 "6 o ial charjje. is believed by many to be Miss Ollle Adams. DIRECTOR. 8 40 V10 5 30 Arr Paris of Respiration, J. M. AcHygiene Hetnvcn thu hours of 10 a. m. unci I i. m. at J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; her only proper sphere of usefulness. Daily except Sunday, the coiirt-liotloorln the town of StanW. II. Cuiiimliis, IVacliersrllle: C. D. HEUCAW, O. P A Although one of the chief needs of our ton. ford, Lincoln county, Ivy., I will eMwe to vmi,r3r,S?r'II. Owsley, Music. (ooch, Shaiits, S. the hlghtsl bidder for rash Iu hand, to ;iy time is the development in man of a o. J. i.iuurr. Life and Character of Benedict Arj. . liuh. tint State and countv tax for the years Imi.'i, I.'. I.ymi, truer devotion to fatherhood and do- nold, W. E. Singleton. A. W. Carpenter; IMKliuul 11T the following iltcrlln-Royal makes the food pure, X. Menefe. or co mui'li thervof us will jmy Mild mestic life, women will always bo chief wholesome and delicious. orricaas. School Government, W. II. Bastln. tuVes, n Mauford I'rtH'tnct Xo 1. John II. Shanks. President, custodians of the home interests, be llrlght IU acres, lifiir Hubble. M7 in. Dltctlcs. J. W. Acton. J. II. Owsley, Cn.liler; cause tho mothers of the race stand in T 1). XKWI.AXD, S. I.. V W M llriglit, Teller Oration, L. C. Gooch. most vital connection with child life Music. for tho nuturo and development of XOOX. OF KUOOKLVN. FIRST NATIONAL BANK which tho home exists. Home For Music. No private How to Teach and Study Geography, heme, however, exists by itself. Law OK STANFOItl). KV. I offer for Mile privately mv deMrahlo determines, In statues relating to mar- G. W. Curtis. : Surplus, S15.750 home on Iiwer Main street. Stanford. The Caledonian How to Spend Friday Evening, Miss Capital Stock $100,000. riage, divorce, inheritance, rights of hoiistt Is a riMiiiiy, pretty cottage with nlro Attention of the Duhllc l psIImI t. it... l.r-- n.., vard and good garden iA oiitlioii-c- .. children and property, what persons Alta Hicks. and Is Co., Scotland. this only National Hank In Stanford. Tho Play Ground, Miss Georgia Lew- der Is the pr)Vlluiu ol the Nallniul Hank Un In it mott pleasant ticlghttorhood. Call on shall constitute any home. Law dethe Act me on the prumNo and will titUo ploiiMiro KOUNDUO INOS, depositors are securisl not only hy (ho lapllal stoik, termines the layout and sanitary con- is. hut hy stockholders' liability an amount lu showing Its maiiv advantages. School Room Decoration, L. M. Lew- e)ualtn the stock so tlut debitors lor this inttltu. MHS KI.1ZA I'OHT.MAX. 10 ditions of streets on which the houses the of tloti nreaecurtsl by a fund or iK0,(f lite sworn R. B. Y, containing homes aro situated, tho wa-t- is. statements of the condition nt ihn itauk are ina.le MUSIC. each year to the I'nited S(a(es (kireruineut and lu 6 STANM)I(I), K. supply, the bcweragc, the lighting T. L. as.M!ts are ciamliieil at stated times by piTeriitneiit POWDER Opening School, E. E. Young. agents, thus svcuriDg addltloual and arrangements and tho conditions afsale! ROWLAND. KV . Absolutely Pure Compulsory Education, C. B. Mar-cu- to delKxItors. fecting the health of each Beparato This Itnllmtlon originally established as the Deilas Gone Hack into the Coal H. D. posit Hank ot Stanford In IVW, then riirganliisl as household. Law determines what sort Relation f Parent to Teacher, Mrs. the National asHankI ofSlanlonl In lf(V aiidagalu Husiness, of police protection the homo shall irvrgauini ine irsi .auoual llauk ol Stanford In 1M'. has hail practlrally an uulnterrunted exist. And will Leoii conotniillv on hand the Jidll- Lucy Reynolds. ROYAl BAMNO POWDER CO., Htl YORK. have, whether vicious rosorts shall be Mar- - enef for at years. It Is belter supplied now will co. Prills Hrnnch anil other Ixtst Coals and Evils of Intemperance. M. L. facilities for tranartlnz liiislnms promptly and libHTANrOIlD, KV. located near It, whether or not any erally Ihau tter before In Its long and honorable ask thu imtrouaco of the nubile Stanford qum. career. Aceounis of Individuals, fiduciaries, onus friends who wnnt Coal can leave orders with home shall be a part of a slum, and all MUSIC. All kinds and Individuals solicited. J. II. HlggliiH, which will rect'ht1 prompt at- Upholitrrlnir nfa rrwlrtrg doer at ressnusld ratu 3SE-A-- X hsiisiactloo gusrastssl. HOG-S- . other exterior ethical influences. That T. L. rWKLTON. M. Young. tention Citizenship, S. DIHCCTORS. is to say, although the home is tho V. Held, Lincoln Co.; M. J. Brough. J. W. Harden, Stanford Mensuration, Ketjislerrd Dte S.T. Harris, " S. H. lUughuian. " rocs. Splendid most retired and personal of all soEmploying a Teacher, E. L. Grubbs. J. S. Hocker, ' T FOR SALE OR RENT. Hill, K. L. Tanner. MrKlnnev. W. A. Trll,t,1. individuals Both cial concerns, every smallest and All friends of education arc invited. J.ILCnlllcr.Crab OrehM; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Fall's t and most private household has the out.last rs KUillTY-nv- i: ., . Undortukor, ACKrone mile from Crub .n, i'. i.iiuore, aiauioni. nsw 'T'rmmrTTWvrTi-iwmTJohn Wakk, President TBrtal.tlWTl v.7!Tififlrvki;iuis anrine s Far Will sell ward conditions which atTect it deOFFICERS. Kentucky Orchardutlon the Somurxt rottd. partlcutnrs Hustonvillo, - row. Prices reasonable. No charge for or rent for liulf or 1'or I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberls Cashier termined not by Itself alone, but by W, T. STIM'llKXr-OX- . call on or addr-crating. A. A. McKlnuey, AssMantCashler. VICINITY NEWS. Oilers his services to the ipln of West Lincoln Cr.tb Orchnrd, Ky. the united public sentiment of the en J. II. it H. J. McSOBEETS, Stanford. Casey rouutles Kull stick ol Collins and Cask- and etsalwayson hand. tire community In which that home is William A. Waters was appointed ' u. a. (jar'iner. .vianar. located, and that public sentiment al- postmaster at Springfield. A. RICE, To People Lincoln ways crysializcs at last into law. Can Townsend Million, of Madison, wr8 A WtlltD TO AXD WAIUtAICD any home serving woman, afford to tT3-vburgeon ItOl'TK. fon 'vs rso and killed. lam paving esjsflal atieiitlou to ctisiom be indifferent eltner to the public senDentist, The Hest I.lio toand I'rom PROPERTY OWNERS. grlndliiKnnd triiarauti'e toelve M tMiuiidsof A son of Louis Iloneycut, of Hell, timent which is on its way to become died from the effects of a rattle snake giKxl I'lour mill lUHiuudsof limit for each TOLEDO AND .DETROIT Aro you Insured ? If not, why not Stanford, Ky bushel of wheat, notwithstanding the fact law, or to the law Itself and its enforce- bite. All I'oints in .Michigan. of dwellings nud bams gixxl as yours that uhiat is up. I am desirous of running Collections In this internal revenue Oficeover Mcltohcrts Pruj; Store in thel Owsley ment after it is made ? Can she be satday and night and will do what I canto Uulldlng. isfied without municipal suffrage ? please my customers, so they wl'l gvo mo district for September were $171, 178.79. CHICAGO. their patronage. Your to please. The school, again, is especially wo 840.000 in excess of collections for cor"White City Special." MOimis. I'HIID, Ullberu Creek. Ky. Host Terminal Station. men's concern. Tho mother generally responding period of 1SD0. . decides what school the children shall ST. LOUIS. In the Mercer circuit court Sam Kvorv jear. Involving the loss of millions of NOTICE ! Avoiding the Tunnel dollars. Why should jou expect to ewajto attend; she talks with the teacher If Giles was given one year In the penito'yeur y from year any thing is wroug and makes the tentiary and lined $o00 and costs 'or Crab Orchard now has tho finest loiisorlal BOSTON. nrtlst In tint ctJtitry In (ho person of Samuki. kindly calls when things aro right that operating a gambling house. Tour Proporty Kay Burn WaB'iier:?leepliif;JCars. HtKKMOllK, who liunilles thu M'Usom and keep tho due connection between the R. Leo Davis, of the Richmond RegWithin a ear, wltliln a month, within 21 raror In esrt stjl. I'till on him wbeu you NEW YORK. .V homo and the school. She interviews ister, evinced both his bravery and his hours. Whv should votl ovimho the accu want a clean shave or stylish haircut. '.'" : Stanford, : Ky. the school committee and the superin- bad markraanship tho other night, by Huflet I'arlor .Cars, Wazni-- r Sleeping ars, Prlva mulation oft'ars of honest toll to loss by eutlst,Lancaster toinianiueutuars, r.Icjjant Coaches aud Din a single lire," which can destroy It lu nil Office on Ing Cars. street at Residence. tendent of schools, discussing puzzling shooting at a burglar and missing him. hour ? Soliciting u share of our patronage PIANOS AND QllGANS. Ke pect full), Whitty Waldorp, late principal of matters, and Is more likely than the He sure your tickets read via "IIK1 I'OUIt " E.O.MCCOI1MICK-- . Lhavo opened a shop at tho forks of tho father to join clubs for the considera- a school at Klrksvillc and later editor w.vitm:sj I.VXCII Decker tiros', Pianos, JJ33SE D. WEAKEN, ITustonvlllu and Mllledgovillo pikes, neur tion of educational interests. If the of a paper at Corinth died at the St. Passenger TratneMr.. Ass (Sen I'.isi. A Tkt. A? HaliKM Hros', Pianos, .Mr. V. Rold's ami am prepared to do all l'lllngtou Pianos. CINX'IN.N'ATI OHIO. Stanford, Ky (Jcnernl Agent, - - school chosen is a public one, tho Joseph Hospital Monday of typhoid fe1). II. Ilaldwln Hanoi. Iduik of I'lscher Pianos, Ac. mother is taken directly Into the arena ver. Blacksmithing- and Woodwork, of municipal or town affairs. Every Thomas Ramsey, of Wayne county, Ivstey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other )M Makes. Al the lotvost prices and In tho best nmnner. detail concerning the school building, was burned to death In a house of 111 See my (Usxls and (let Mv Prices lleforu vou Kfpitirantoo nil my work. I will take all the curriculum, the status and duties fame In the Southern part of the counuy. 10 W. T. Wlllf K, Crab Orchard. II Itluds of country produce, except for horse Send Her to Stanford College. almoin:; which is CO cents, cash. Pleaso give of the teachers, as well as their selec- ty. Suspicion points to two young men, JOHN II, CtsrlKVUN, It has full Courses of rtudy lu all departments. It ha trained and experienced touch-0r'iA, 0, IaxiUM. iuw a share of your patronage. tion and salaries, is fixed by public au- Greer and Raines, who were lodged In lU c. II. MAYES. ,'.for nt'e,,f'l facilities for thu thorough training of girls In all gradts. It wa. thorities who are either voted for di- jail. the welfuie and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln eoiinlx Let all tin established rectly or appointed by those elected at Jacob Howard, republican candidate peop u of Stanford and vlclnlti, Instetid if ilKsIpatlng their Inllueiice by patronllng otlitho ballot box. Can, therefore, a for circuit clerk In Harlan county, and "in. i or inn formation call on .Mrs. Saullev al the college or "" woman, W.M. MILI.TdX. ri(MtliK.T. Z& $? i ti? ? ?b t ? t est in public education, with deep inter- Thomas Milton, democratic candidate write for catalo" INSURANCE COMPANY afford to shirk for jailer, engaged in a shooting bee in which both wero fatally wounded and the duty of choosing proper fachool ifc iii OK LIVERl'OOL. THE POPULAR provided tho law allows her to from which Howard has since died. do so? Or can she decline to try and Do you play whlut, euchro or other i,.ii.i4jjjwwi : L cjvis v",?,A,!.o? secure the right to doo in those placBERBEE S: CaSTLEME. During the Tcnnewe Centennial and International Exposition at Soih-villes In which school franchise is not al- - games? The P. F. V. playing card is r Ji 'Venn , a low rate tpecial tarijf ha been established t" i card on tho f MAXAtiKKS, better than any ready her recognised iwssession ? for the nale of ticket from Cincinnati and uthy terminal point on the Queen A Vracen Send 15 cents for one deck or market. Ooramcrco JBuildinff, Louisville. TO BK LET ALONE. 2o cents for two decks, (stamps or curiloate Ticket are on sale daily until farther notice to Chattanooga at rency) to C. IJ. Ryan, ass't ren'l pass'r Age ills Throiifthout thn oath. THAT'S ALL HOIIIIITT wants xow. f 1.55 one way or H.U0 round trip from Junction Citg, the. round trip ticket being apt., C. & O. Hy., Cincinnati, Ohio To the I'ditor ol thu Intkiiiok Jovhsai.. uSl. good secen day to return; other tichl, with longer return limit, at $7.0 Ckah Okciiakd, Oct. . I recently IJucklin's Arnica Salvr. H( at 89.l5r the round trip. received a couimunication from the Ixcal Agent, for The nest salve In the These rates enthle Urn public to viiit Xaihville and other Southern point Ilustonvillo end of Lincoln county sign- sores, Hirers. salt rheum, world sores,cuts,, bruises fever tetter, chapStanford, - - - Kentucky. and all ed "Many Voters," asking mo to become ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay skin eruptions. at rate never before ojfered. Vcslibulcd trains of the finest class are at the required. Its It K)sltlvely cures piles or a candidate for representative. In reply guaranteed to give crfect satisfaction or money redisposal of the paswnger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one hy V. U. funded. I'rlce 25 cents I appreciate tho honor of the invitation, McHoherts, Dniist. er box. Tor salo to viiit the rtrg interesting scenery and important in and but should I become a candidate I about Chattanooga, frmbmt Mountain and Chickamnuga Xational y Something to Depend on. should nave to canvass the county Park. Tickets to Xashville to visit the Centennial can je purchased (Inn of.InnesA Son- Mr. James Jones, of thn which I havo not time to do. That I Cotvdeu, 111., In heakliudruc Dr. Kind's New of al Chattanooga foa S3. 10 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via DKALKIt IX says that lait winter his wile was attacked should be pleased to toprescnt the the Q. it C. Route South or write to with 1.a (iripic, and her cite grew so mtIous that proud old county of Lincoln again, I do physicians in uowiieuanu no iioinui); V JAM US ROY, Agt. Junction City, or It soemel to develop into hasty Farm Pleasnot attempt to deny, but bhall have for her.Having I)r Kind's New I Unliveryrontuinp. in store, tlon. I IP. C. IlfiVti.inSOX, 0. P. A. Cincinnati, i bottle homo and to respectfully decline running this and helliiiK lots ofit, he tooktoa nvt Iwtter from to first the surprise, of all she swwi &. Vehicles, I'lf t Vf" T time, being too much engaged to can- ilose, and half dozen liottles cured her sound and THE well. Ir Kinit'sNew Discovery lor Consumption, vass the county and having something Coughs nnil tViltl Is Kiiaranteed to do this koimI else just a little ahead that I shall ask work Try It Tree trial bottles at W. H. Jicltob-crt' "1' "''iiimiimiiiMiiiitiiinrP 5' ';' ":' Thoroughbred Durcc Jersey RED BOSS, Driiif Store. m t Tr w t.f ' t.? w w & w & w the people for before long. For tho James Atkinson, u boy of tf fit rhUZ l)l"cfent' ltlco Jc" Dvls, during tho war t4rf fttrf My lirttslers wero selected from the Iswt herds ol High-Grad- e Dalton, Ga., dreamed he was hunting Fertilizers and Goal. u11 1 ,lsk is to bo lel ulono- A of this famous breed ot swlno In several Slates A .. 4. and iu his sleep tired a shot gun in the jplcndid lot of pigsof dillerent a'es lurs.ilH. Hred Ooods Wnrranted us Represented. FONTAIXK FOX 130II1IITT. Olllco on xiwsaspecialtv'. Satisfaction guaranteed. room. The report scared him go that Main Streut, opposite Hlmoro's Store, solicited. Address "' ' L. JMi a.V kCU l TS m.) TIT ..(.. ..f . l tm William A. Stile?. editor - TIT TIT W, Forest his mind dasertod him and ho is now a Stuiifonl, Kentucky. r. l.fT R. H. BRONAUGH, W '.L' ' " " ' J7 and Stream, is dead. , raving maniac. h Orchard, Ky. J. L, TOTTHX. To llio Editor of the l.vTKRioit thejnteriorjournal! u.'blloioa.'Zr-u.oaia.ya'.a.n.a. THK HOME AND THE SCHOOL. nx.w. WHYNESBURG. I Old PeopU. Old jioople who require ineillrlue to rrgtilaln al and lldtie) will And the true remedy the VlMISAir.l.ve Out .'I FOR SALE. Illtie-tiriis- -- NOEL 6c SON, Acres Pine Land DEALERS COKL, s, ! ! y: J. T.Jones, im 48-l- m A EEJXjXjO "- -l tt 4.'I-- lf 1 nsroarioiE fll-- 3t 01-- U ... - BanMTrast Mason Hotel tirst-clns- s. I'lnt-lls- KHaninti-ofu- r ue FIRE INSURANCE J- - jirop-ert- y, FHHNIX of Insurance Company, Insurance Pretty Sale. i 1 ar SHELTON, MAHON Agt., PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith IS W J. T. SUTTON, S- -! s Sf i "BIG 4: the of Thou-hnn- ds BB. W. B PEiTirsr. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning - ii Where to Send My Girl to School . u ct. 1 - FvOYAli i t home-servin- g rt . iWrMiSi w tMM : ( QUGGH & KG$GnT. e, T f)0-co- nt W. TlZBBZaX. v) T battle-groun- Mill-Uxr- J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons, ure w t l1) J r- - s' jirTjT'.T,'jrjTjjii. r0 i S44 i A4- Agricultural Implements, sJjVVWf Corrcs-loii(lcni- e 'tVXr44 Salesman,