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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897101201 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. HUSTONVlLLe. LANCASTER. H. C. Arnold sold a yoke of cattle to Dr. Hrown Is yet u vory tick nmii. James Dovors U Improving quite rai- - James Layton at 'JJe and several feed- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STAJNFOHD. ICY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1897. S4:nv: - NO. G4 Mrs. James Duuaway, of Irvlno, se c nvd a divorce one day ami drank ctir bolic acid the next. ers at ,'lc. Ully. Miss Minnie, daughter of Maj. L. M. Miss Lula Hatson, G. M. Patterson protracted moo tine l Concord Tlio Drye, of Hradfordsville. will wed K. C. closed Sunday night with about 'J. ad- nod I. C. Ituckor are still very sick of LmvIs, of Cincinnati, Oct. II. fever, thoro being other eaten that aro dition to the church. good people not dangerous. James Taylor, aged '2 and three , Oiiltu a mimbur of our times a widower, and Mrs. Ratsheba Monday to boar tbo ltov. G. W. Young, of Richmond, went to Lebanon Monlac, a widow of 71, were married In gospel of temporal salvation expound- will deliver a temperance lecture at Anderson county last week. by the only, greatest Ainorloan tho Methodist church, this city, Tuen ed W. J. Hryan. W. L. Raker, cashier of the Monti-- o day night, llth. Htatosinan of llo Dunking Co., and Miss Zona RamC. W. Frisbio had mado arrangeMisa Helen, tbe accomplished daughsey, daughter of I. C. Ramsey, of ments to go West, but has concluded to been ter of J. H . Taylor, who ban Chieu-gwere married last week. remain long enough to vote tho demoquite low with typhoid fever In Royal Wilkinson, of Liberty, and Saturday, Shu has cratic ticket, and it will be his llrst returned home Miss Pearl Cundiff, of Mintonvllle, not fully roeffvered, but under the vote. I have learned thnt the Central He, were married at the bride's home by earo of loving parents whoso watchful Rider J. Q. Montgomery last week. new suit, j place none can till, she will Kon bo cord Is soon to have a A St. Louis woman sold her husband While it is not much needed the cdl hur&olf again. for SLOOO to a woman who said she had will leave about tor is enterprising and should have James V. Given looked the country over and could lind the loth for Lexington, Miss., with a what he wants. MIC'AII CHRISMANSAFFLKY, no one she could love as she does him. Proof of tho death of I. N Gastl-nea- u load or good horses. He would have car Miss Itena Skidmorc married her has been forwarded to hoadquar-tor- s Present circuit judge of the l'lth judigone earlier but for the Yellow .lack of tho Maccabees and bis widow cial district of Kentucky, and demoHtook. brother, Worthy Davis, at Durant, whore ho unloads his to tho at Parkersburg, V. Vu., becoming her Is quarantined at will soon receive ?2,000, as that Order cratic nominee for Joihua Swope, who same olllce. wun born In Monticollo, own aunt and hor mother's sister-in-lapays very promptly. Florence, S. C, writes very Democratic camp tiros are burning May l.'l, 1SI2. About the time he finishsituation there. Ho can't Hvoj brightly all over tho county and there ed an academic education, tho war James Scanton. aged (13 and twice a lonvii nor can ho soil his stock but silis enough of 7oal and energy to feed broke out and in November l"tll he en- widower, was married at Glenn Fall, in hopes of an oarly Irost and free Susie Singleton, the llames until the shouts of victory tered the Confederate army aa a pri- N. Y., to ver. vate In Hrecklnridge's brigade of Ken- to whom ho was introduced only VI McConnack informs me are heard on Nov. Ll. Mr. Kmmctt Tho facts that ladies tire frequently tucky Infantry and wa afterward mado hours before. that thoro has been quite a kaleidosconf ununited and are often drowned proves llrst lieutenant or Co. II. 0th Kentucky Arthur Skin-in-, of Dry Ridge, Grant pic change In the munugemont of Hrlgade of Morgan's county, and Miss Hannah Murphy, of Cavalry, First fairs of the great i?) cattle combine that every young lady should bo taught dismissal James C. to shoot und to swim. I will ohiu a command. He win with th dashing Rowland, obtained marriage licence and that since his commander in his fearless raids into Friday and will be married at Boston Cmiltor has leon expelled for improp- elasw In target practice any time and swimming as soon as It the enemy's territory mid was captured next Friday. er manipulation of monetary manors. give lessons in in Ohio and incarcerated in the peni Tho marriage of Miss Mareia War Tho netltion of CJ. I). McCarty with a rain . John-sou'- s A groat many attended the opening tentiary at Alloirhany City. Pa.. ren and Mr. Allen Rite will bo solemwas rejected $76 eheok for membership Island, and Fort Delaware, suf- nized at the homo of the brido in Louof milliuury at Mrs. Moody Hardin's and the check roturuol. N fering groat privations and hardships. isville, Wednesday evening, November It. Wil- store last Saturday. All the latest deThe county solicitor, He was exchanged a short time 10. Miss Virginia Loo. of Danville, liams, for the Kentucky liwurniiw Co. signs and most fashionable styles were on exhibition, havivg been beautifully the close of the war ami returned to will be one of the bridesmaids. at Lexington, informs us that he wrote It is said in Oeorgia that the young last month. and artistically arranged by her skill- Kentucky. Having a fondnesn for the over Sl!0,000 Insurance law. he began to study It and nttod wife of Gon. James Longstreet will of tho secretary. ful hand. Willi the assistance li soon resume her post as assistant State The young ladies and gentlemen of himself for tho profession at tht Mr. It. H. Kendall, of Lexington, ho Law School, where he gradunt-i- d librarian at tho capltol in'Atluntu. n A he will write $25,000 the coining our city are preparing to organize thlnkrt with honor. woman of 22 will soon get through with wok. Ho refers to Mich men In this literary society, tho object of which He practiced at Monticollo for a year her honeymoon with a man of 7.). will be to road, study and discuss the ooii n ty as I.. H. Adams. Hon. 11. H. productions of standard authors, and to or two and after marrying Mlm Sallio A dispatch from Nicholasville sa,s Joslah Klnir, John K. Hiiugliiiian. F. Sandldgo, Dr. offer their own views on different sub- Rowan, of Mc.MInnville. Toun., In that John Kirkjiatrick mot Mi-- s MagWright, J. I!. 1M17, came shortly afterwards to gie Crow at a protracted meeting near Woods Iogun, Jerry Hrlscoo and hun- jects. This is a move In the right di- March and would be a great boncllt to Stanford and located, forming a there and proposed to her. She acrection dreds of others. with Col. W. G. Welch for tho cepted and they drove .'10 miles to Texas, at the rising generation, especially in M. G. Noble, of Austin. rived here Sunday to look after ft.UKI keeping young men from gambling and practice of his profession, in which he Georgetown to catch a train for Cinacres of laud to. which hw holds a title. drinking duns, which are the guide soon forged to tho front. In 1S70 ho cinnati, .vhere they were married. The Is Uon proper application of the cork- pots to iHirditiou, and cultivating their wan elected county judge, milking tho brido was a daughter of Zebedee Crow, telegraphed as soon as tho screw procehS, we found the landn to be mental and spiritual attributes In a best olllcial that over hold the olllce in who knot was tied. of Mar- manner that will prepare them for this county. located ujkjd the headwaters A democrat by birth and choice, ho tin's creek and upon Steele's Knob in good cltUenshlp hero and a happy exIn Joe Waters' Stanford letter to the county, and Is now occupied by istence hereafter. Lot tho good work Is a most able expounder of Its princiCasey ples and an earnest advocate of tho Harrodsburg Sayings ho said 'Preach-or Joo McCain," tho At woods, the Uuinsom go on. Faulconcr, of Lancaster, talked The Lancaster band Is preparing a cause of the people He was on tho Lumber Co., the Wiborg & Hanna Co. brings was lecture course to be given hero, begin- Gen. Hancock electoral ticket in 1S0 through a holo in the wall over hero and others. The deed he mado by J. Karly to Patrick Henry In ning the latter art of tins month and and In IMS President Cleveland ap- thinking ho was connected with Lan sucaster." A Record man twitted the 17s! and It was n"vor transferred. Suit concluding in April. Five of tho most pointed htm associate jdsllco of tho of Wyoming, which posi- good natural divine over tho matter, will bo brought against all parties gifted speakers will bo engaged, among premo court holding this land with whom a satis- them Robert J. Hurdett and Gen. John tion ho filled with great credit till tho and he said: "It is my painful duty once every month to wait two or thrco factory settlement c.in not be mado or H.Gordon, Season tickets v. ill be Is- territory became a State. of affairs exist- hours for a train at Kildco town. Mathe court for sued at tho low rate of i'A or two for So. A very lawless state who has not a deed from o It will be necessary to deioalt a ed when tho judge llrst went to Wyo- ny times have I wished that some kind sale of same on account of taxes. Iwforo tho llrst lecturo and tick ming, but he soon brought order out of friend would suggest a good way In ets aro now on sale at Stormes' drug chaos and made the power of the law su- spending these moments of complete RELIGIOUS. store. Tho boys have been kind In preme. He lined and imprisoned right monotouy, which were in no hurry to Itov.J. M. Cook, of Highland, Is playing to raise funds for charitable and left and it was soon demonstrated pass. I shall be forever Indebted to holding a protracted meeting at Cof- purposes and in giving concerts in Cen- to those who dolled tho courts and the my friend Walton for his ingenious fey's tral Park, and tho people should pa- law that that sort of doings would not plan, talking through a "holo in tho Kid. J. S. Shouse's three wooks meet- tronize thorn In this enterprise. Re- be permitted while he occupied tho wall" to Lancaster. Well, you cau't ing at Midway resulted In ID additions side litis, tho lectures will be worth the bunch. Judge Stanley is a man of great imagine the relief of my weary soul. to the Christian church. money. courage and it was put to tho test on Without a moments delay, I proceeded In the excitement of tho election wo many occasions. Once, it is told when and found it more delightful to talk to Tho Richmond Haptlst church has called Kov. I. H. Timberluko, of Now should not forgot to vote on tho ques- a mob was trying to secure a prisoner the people In Lancaster through a tion of issuing bonds to purchase tho to lynch him, the judge seized a pistol "holo in tho wall" over the wires of Albany, I ml., and he will accept. 0 and held it in check and succeeded in iinmtiginntion, than to fish in tho There wore .'JOO proachers who ap. turnpikes. They will cost about of the iNTKitioit force. I am and this would bo much cheaper on preventing what would havo been tho piled for the one vacant chaplaincy In Tho tho taxpayer than the guard system, murder of an Innocent man. He Is very truly glad the boys are connected with tho United States army last week. which would cost more than that jealous of tho dignity and respect duo tho outside world and on my next trip rank and pay are those of a captain. amount In one year. Resides that the liis as many a man, who has I hope to llnd that "through that hole," Itov.J. H. Webb, a Presbyterian majority voted for free roade. I voted beenoffice can testify since he has boon they havo heard something to talk lined minister, aged 73, was struck by a against thorn, but, of two evils, I have on tho bench. His record in Wyo- about, and that out of "that hole" Wastanding on the freight train while boon taught to take tho least. Tho ming, like that here, Is a brillaut one, ters will softly How. Lancaster Retrack at Maysvlllo and seriously injur- medicine Is bitter, but It Is tho only cord. tho United States supremo court ed. means by which we can roach tho dimost uf his decisions there as DON'T fall to take advantage of tho Tho preachers at Harrodsburg held sease, and free tho county from it tho court of appeals has here. low rata to Cincinnati, given to the a union service to pray for rain, but raiders, or from a debt that In November 1S!)2, the people of this Turnersvllle Christian Kudeavor judging by results tho prayers were would lead to bankruptcy. district elected him circuit judge over leastwise they on Saturday. October llith Tho not of tho righteous, Petitions have been llled with the Capt. Wm. Herndon, of Lancaster, by Tho rato is $2.'23 for adults and $1.2.") availed nothing. following 71.) county clerk to place tho majority and his party proud of his for children. Train No. 4 will leave W. N. Hrlney, of Lccsburg, Ky., has for city names on tho record, nominated him last spring for McKlnney at .'1:02 A. M., Moreland, just closed a meeting for tho church at J. M. Higglnbotham, J. E. the olllce again and they aro dctcmin 11:11 addiA. mm arrive In Cincinnati 7:.'10 Klrksvllle, which resulted In IS Stormes, J. C. Thompson, T. Carrey, cd to elect him next month. All par tions. Ills brother, It. H., Is tho preachat 8:00 P.M. Leave Cincinnati No. J. C. Robinson, G. S. Gaines and W.J. er for this congregation and Is doing Romans, and R. Klnnalrd for mayor. ties rccogulo his ability and fairness, r. M., arrive at Moreland 12:15, Mc and many republicans will vote to con I'ersons desiring to go excellent work. Messenger. Judge K. Hrown has also boon eutorcd tinue him on the bench that ho has Klnney from this section may procure tickets his unequivo- for police judge and petitions for all Hlshop Koy announces elevated and honored. Judge Sautloy's at McHoberts' drug storo on 14th and cal opposition to union between tho tho democratic candidates have been charges to tho grand jury are models Northern and Southern Methodist llled to ratify tho nominations. Work of conciseness and judicial soundness loth, and take train at Junction City at churches. Ho says: "I believe that has begun In earnest and tho demo and invariably draw a crowd to tho :t:4U A. M. L. & N. Train leaves Stan s ford at .'l:llt A. M. This is a when people fall out or, to change tho crats are In good spirits. Some of tho court-hous- e when it is known that he excursion and will bo conducted in tho they should bettor class of colored men have defigure, obtain a divorce will perform that duty himself. best stylo. not clared themselves free from lash of reThough Judge Saulloy has not ap vote publican bosses and determined to The; members of tho Woman's A CARD. peared on the stump since his election und Homo Mission Society will as they please. They aro beginning to to the bench, ho is one of tho finest It gives mo pleasure to rocommoud to observe their annual week of prayer, realize tho fact that they havo no use orators in tho country, his speeches Le the public generally Miss Julia Beard, beginning yesterday afternoon at '2:10 for them after they vote, that they will lug eloquent in diction and singularly of Louisville, who has nursed my wife In the Methodist church and will con- never hold an olllce and that tho demopure In English. during hor Illness. She Is tender and tinue throughout tho week, closing crats give thorn employment and furMuch of Judge Saulley's success In painstaking in a sick room, ever watch7 o'clock with an nish them a support. This declaration Sunday evening at to the efforts of a very lov ful of hor patient's Interests and to her oper. session given by tho young ladlos, of Independence is as important to life is duo estimtiblo wife. She Is a great-grau- d careful inlulsterlngs I attribute no litconsisting of music and explanation of thoin as tho Emancipation Proclama- ing and daughter of Gov. Caswell, tho tle of my wife's promised recovery. our work. Topics for tho week as tion. t M. S. Baughma.v. governor of North Carolina, and of I'rayor," follows: Monday, "Week d Tho longest stretch of straight when tho judgo married her, Mr. HenS. Orlnstead, president. led by Mrs. W. lino In America is on tho Lake ry Watterson, tho great editor, who Louisville Methodists laid tho corner Tuesday, "Education and Literature," Shore railway, beginning at a point was present, stiy she was next to tho stone of their new Broadway church by Mrs. J. I. Davis, of Toledo, O., and prettiest brido ho over looked upon. last week. "General and Local three miles ot Wednesday, til) miles without a curve. l mining Last week was a record breaker for She still retains much of her youthful Work," by Mrs. J. K. Lynn. Thursday tho Tenossee Centennial Exposition. So great is tho commotion in tho sun bt.iuti, mellowed now Into motherly "Tho Treasury." by Mrs. S. 1'. Stngg, was U2,4 15. Friday, "City Missions," by that astronomers say tho noise would Iuihies. Their union resulted in Tho altendauco treasurer. When a widow begins to wear a dota human being at a distance of u, eight children and they now havo flvo kill Mrs. Anna McClury. Mrs. T. D. CD ted veil it meaus that the worst is over. 000 miles. graud children. to-da- -v - -- , r:ws?M" MflTMMONIflL. TCS'C&l I . ML WW II I i S7 ftiklFI m k.7 121 !! ' ""7 PML 4E 'mi B At Walton's Opera House, Wednesday eve OCTOBER 20TH, 1897- - y Mon-tlccll- o, o, JIFfotoD&Go. THB GLOBB nd step-mother- 's CLOTHIERS ! Danville Ky., distress.-Inglyofth- o Will PAY Your TOLL Going and returning fr jiii this c innty when you purchase as much as ?10 worth from them. cp. - v - - - v . -- Yr y -- T v jv - - v IYimI ? -- y - -- j, .Tjj "!; I (oaf, W Hay, Oats, Straw, In fiut till kinds of MImiI Iilliituir, Ac at the M b-f- ore LOWEST MARKET FRIOE. 1 Wo aie prepared to Lou-isvll- Sell COAL Tiiuii an, one and now la thu tlm.'1 si w to buy before and See t's. Cheaper prl.-os 1 E :! m advance. Como Hl-h-- 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN ,v. :: jHirt-notsh- ip !: & GO. i SggS-SS5y$SH- j -- METAL ROOFING, FLOORING, A.C.S1HEJ CEILING, lis!? wsjxa.! fjg'tsiiirer &h Farm V5F and Yard STANFORD, KYI FINISH. 5 SIDING, Fence. - Essaa iza "51 guar-ante- m SS' m WINDOW GLASS. Our stock now completu nt Lowest Cash Prl'-os- Kay Ktl I m II 35- bchool-houB- DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 1 ii. w & Every thing Now and Latest Style In Wilting Paper, Tablets and Cards. i W. B. MoEOBERTS. SS : IP, r? IK $:i3,-00- "low-Water- i MMfsMMy Ii It litK full Courses fif Study hi all DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. - 'ai Wf?.mm 19 '.Hi m Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. siit,-taini- ht So-let- y, departments. It has trained and eperlenced teach-ur-- t. It lias all needful facilities for tbo thorough trsilnlug of girls In all grades. It wus established for the welfare anil convenience of Manford und Lincoln county. Let all the people, of Stanford and vicinity, instead of dissipating their Inlluence by patronizing ether schools, rullyaroiind tho Collect) and give It their united and hearty support. Next Session opens Sept. (ith. Kor full Information call on Mrs. Sautlov til tho college or WM. SUKLl'ON. Pkesidknt. write for catalogue. poll-boo- coun-oilme- n: Queen & 1$ kggot. e, 1:. During the Tennenee Ceiiteiininl and fnternational Exposition at Xath-vill7Voi., t low rule tpecinl turij" km been etlabl'uhed for the sale of tick! from Ciii'inn iti ami other Urmia il points on the Queen A Creacen Houle Ticket are on stle daily until further notice to Chattanooga at 4.55 one way or t4.l)0 round trip from. liuieHun City, the round trip tickets being good teien days to return; other ticket, with longer return limit, at $7.30 and at $t.lJbfor tke round trip. These rates ewihU the public to visit Xashville and other Southern point at rates nerer before ofered. VertibuM trains of the fined class are at the disposal of the passenger, ajj'ordinga most pleasant trip, and enabling one in and to visit the very interesting scenery and important aliout Chuttanmja, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Washville to visit the Centennial can je purchased alChatlanoojafoai'S.U) round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via the Q. it-- C. Route South or tvrite tu J A MES HOY, Agt. Junction City, or battle-groun- .l t first-clas- ." Tar-aDtia- M'. C. A'Vv.li'SO.V, C. P. THE Thoroughbred A. Cincinnati. lh-b- rafl-roa- Surcc Jersey USD HOBS, vice-preside- M I'l.'.Mira were selected hum the host hcrJi of of tlil Unions bris.nl of lne in noTcralStutca A splvudlil lot of pigs of dtllerent ava lor a!e. 11 red Satijf.ictlouguarauteeJ jowa a Bixxiutty Com. ixmdeiieu tollclusl. Address Ita-no- y, R. H. BRONAUGH, l secretary. Orchard, Ky. bind lit ittini at.iAt -- I,.''M. - .) It i' h SlNcii we printed the exit a page for Tub only thing done In the county AtG1hs?ov fullv lu.000 doodIu hoard admission of this issuo, the Sucrotary of State court yesterday was Bryn IflllRNAT Hon. William MINlTI?DI(lR JUUIlLmLjdavnndfop twoJennings lio held thorn Ch. Jrswino's will to the has bent out the otilcial sample ballot, probate. hours which gives the "National" democrats im- d with his earnest nnd Lost. Urcon puree, Saturday night fourth place and changes tho position passioned eloquence. No other defeat- tho Stanford. Kv.. Octohkr 12. 1897 e(, Clin(lhlale Wft9 evep 8hown tho coup. between 11. J. MeUoborts' andreturnMy- of some of the candidate-"- , but the one to we House, please ers print U good enough for all practi"? tesy and attention that is everywhere Miss Nettie Wray, as it is very valua- cal purposes. Mark under tho rooster Don't delay making your selections from our Mock of Clothing of BlVon Mr. Bryan and no other man ev- ble to her because of its associations. W P "WALTON. and that takes In all the democratic all descriptions, Hats, Hoots, Shoes, Carpets, Hlanket, Comforts, or drew the crowds that ho draws and holds from start to finish. There mutt Underwear, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Ykstkkoay before the rain was candidates. . ' . . . .. do somcuun in such a man, no manor about as mean a day as over a court :p.a-C3-:e-s, The Intkiuor Journal publishes how inueh tho irold biijrs deride him. crowd spent. Tho wind blew great this week outs of tho democratic nomi. """" Lei,;inon yosterday it was tho taiirt! clouds of dust and It was almost imjKis-sibl- e nees in Lincoln for county olllces and AS an oripinal proposition, the IX- - story of largo audience, enthusiastic to keep one's eyes open on tho a handsomer set of men would bo hard - wjtj, TKluoit Jouun'ai. opposed free turnalijht. audit will bo the tame at street. to find. If thoy are not speeders thoy pikes, believing that those who use tho nil the ircntlenmn's appointments In TurnorsvllleChrls certainly betray their looks. Mr. llar-vo- y THE Stanford and pikes should pay for it, instead of plac- - j Kentucky. Statesman or not, hois Helm, the candidate for county atinp n further load upon tho over bur- - certainly very near the popular heart tian Endeavor Sociotlos will jointly hold u mooting at tho Christian church torney, has the appearance of a cler- We have Bargains in each and every department, up stairs and down dened taxpayer. When the question antl seoms greater in defeat than .Mc- stairs, are items to interest tl ose who are interested. e here Sunday night, 21th, to which ev- gyman and one of those regular was submitted its editor voted against Klnley does in triumph. shouting Methodists at thut. An interesting erybody Is Invited. freeing them. A good majority of the Nicholas ville Journal. Kepimimcan and other liars tried to program has been ararnged. and voiers differed with him, however, AN OUTRAGE. voted for free pikes. It was afterwards keep the people away from Bryan by When a man takes There are only about 600 Negroes found to be true what tho paper sug-- . reporting that ho charged 81 for who pay taxes in Lincoln county and the oath of ollice ho swears to protect Utir Llothing stock is the most complete one ever brought to this No such ,. t,n timr. thnt. tlm oliM'tion mission, but It didn't work. lwi Ct.it.i fin.l itjt uin viiu nearly 1,000 vote annually. The demo- Mwh lhlnt.oj vtf tnu tinvj tun itiilllltt town, bizes for the smallest bov to the lamest man. Hoy.-.-' Suits at twuutt , , r , ... 1... w ' crowds ever heard an orator in ICeu- lmu not oeen caueu m wuiuruuii Into this matter and not those of the political party to which 75c to S5; Men's Suits at $2.$o to ,S.0. crats should look the law. Under that state of case, tho timkv ni nin Hitlnir In thn mini from find whero the othor 100 comu from. It he may have always belonged or may election being null and void, all acts Nebraska. Bynum and Patterson read Is hard to guess a Negro's ago and no have sought for revenue only. The done in conformity to It would neces the reports and grow green with en- doubt several hundred vote before county judge and. magistrates, who compose tho fiscal court of tho county, sarily bo nugatory. No turnpike taxivy they are 21. He sure you examine could be collected under it, should the ought to be tuen of scrupulous honesty Avmost complete line. Prices from 25c to 56 POLITICS our "Klondike" Hat. It's a beauty. A. A. Bastin told us yesterday that with a full regard for their oaths, but paver contest, and tho bonds sold would republinot bo worth the paper they were print- it would appear from certain action of Tho rofristrntioii at Harrodsbursr" 21 of his name, who voted the . o can ticket last year, will vote tho dem- the court that they are not. When the on. To right matters, wnicn eitner 8hmvs u republiCan majority of i7 ed a change question of electing a resulted from an over zcalousness on Sixteen acres of people tried to hear ocratic ticket in November, 42 votes. He figures that if the tho part of County Judge Davison, or William Jennings Bryan speak at the of came up Friday, there appeared Hoys' Hoots at 90c to $2 Men's Hoots at Si to 5. We have them same peoplo and no more vote in the three bidders, the present Incumbent, an ignorance of the law, and to enable Nashville Exposition. all styles and qualities. Coop- J. T. Chiulwick, a republican, who ofthe will of tho majority to bo carThe republicans of Boyle, nominated clerk's race as before Thompsie of ried out, we urged a fered to keep tho paupers a year at ?1S J. Harvey Minor for representative and er will be elected by Xi. ?2.'l for childrun; Squire the question at the same time tho ques- the populists named W. T. Harmon. Sparks from a freight engine MJt for adults and bid ?;tS for tion of issuing bonds was submitted, as Tho democrats will not have a candiLarkin Wells adults audiJlS fire to dry grass on the farm of Elder for children,' and Rev. M. 1. Morgan it could be done without delay in the date. Sun-da- v A. C. Newland, In the East End, We have received a big line of Fall Canes and Jackets. The styles $10 and 610 respectively, agreeing also execution of tho popular will. The Tho total number of Negroes regisand some 10 or a dozen acres were land quality are better than ever. Canes for Ladies at Si 25 to 5 10. election was ordered on the petition of tered in Louisville is l),52ti and it is beburned over. A stack of hay and 100 or to prcacli for tin- pauper", nolo for Children and Misses at Si. 50 to $j. COO voters, and we shall vote and urge Hie iatJJackcts lieved this Is largely above tho num- so panels of fence were on the land and meeting and Sunday school all other democrats to vote for free ber entitled to and an investigation were consumed. It took hard lighting tor's bid being rejected, the vote came between Chudwiok and Well", when i turnpikes in November, simply to right will be made. to put the fire out before tho barn was the two democrats, John Bailey and a wrong and to help carry out the deTho pay of the minister to Guatama-l- a reached. mands of the majority previously exJohn W. Walter, voted of course for Colored Dress Goods at loc yard to is $10,000 a year with S;i,000 perqui50c. Hlack I'ress Goods in all Slight showers fell yesterday, but lUB USL m pressed. It is not the fault of the vo- sites. So Dr. Hunter will be able to u,,s: ' ;V'-- " qualities and widths. A big line. Outings, Sc per yard. Flannels . to lay the dust. It akfiitlkl litfi tu , ,r' . . niLfnM mill IfWin ters that the election Is void and they keep the wolf from the door and lay up hardly sunloiont V and I'lannclettsin large variety. Blankets at Sc nair. Comfort; nt V , was tho first drop that had fallen in should not suffer because of the blun- somo for a rainy day. livery thing else will be sold proportionately low. Now seven weeks. When it rained bofoio titititlt li l.ilwii, liiiljl.il Irt h m it li.tH If Hnntit ' der of an otilcial. iiiiwu uixuui umuci mi iiuwiiiur rtimiii .s your Over o,000 people got to Glasgow be- not even time to save some money and the Louisville Store is tiik place. the oldest inhabitant can reason than that the bidder is of their The question as to which party car- fore 9 o'clock to hear William Jenbecause ho didn't put it down politics. This made tho vote a tie and, ried the free turnpike issue, is one that nings Bryan speak Saturday afternoon can be settled only by surmise. Mr. A. and yet somo people affect to think Fair, cooler, tho signal service pre- that lightning change political artiit after having prom alias Judge Dawton, after deciding to' C. Carman says the Bryan democrats Bryau and the cause he espouses arc dicts for A.J.UKHA.WSKY A CO, I'luiriinrroiu). ised more showers for hist night. voted for free turnpikes to a man and dead. reserve his decision till Thursday, T. I). KANEY. Manaokk. as he is of sulllcient anagosity for the Pickpockets got in their work at We are told that an irresponsible screwed his courage up to the sticking republicans to nominate for represen- Glasgow while Mr. Bryan was speak- individual asserted to a crowd of Ne- point after the crowd had departed and p,iris, 0arU8,C Mt. s,erIIKf nnnJst0WI) lMnnevhxttl!t ryn,I1BllB d for Chad wick, doubtless to prove tative they ought to take his word. ing und u. number of people lost from groes at a dark lantern seance at IlcnC0( Georgetown, Kluabcthlown. Frankfort, and Maucknort, In.!. Certain it is that if all who voted for S30 to $130. Some republicans and that If the democratic ticket was to his new found friends that oaths and Bryan voted for free pikes, they and boltocrats will no doubt bo mean elected the turnpikes already free would nothing else stood in the way of his they alone are entitled to whatever of enough to say that Mr. Bryan and the be changed to toll roads again and the determination to stand by them through credit or discredit there is in the mat- scoundrels are In cahoot. tolls doubled. He and others of his evil and good report, even if it takes ter. It is also very certain that the The totul registration for the three Ilk devoted most of their speeches to every cent out of the county treasury. leaders told tho ignorant whites and days in Louisville for the ISO" election Messrs. Owens and Cooper, thereby Figuring on tho average imputation of e the little transaction the colored voters not to try to vote on amounted to 4ti,S9", or lfcO more than proving what we said in our last Issue the the question for fear of spoiling their tho phenominally heavy registration that they have given up the fight for will cost tho people of Lincoln about as ballots, and when you take away the ig- of last year. The democratic plurality all their ticket except for sheriff and iJtJOO extra for four years and ! consclouslossu proceeding as ever public white and colored republicans for the three days was G,"o" against a county clerk. norant olllcials were guilty of. Two of these what Is left of tho republican party in republican plurality last year of 1,703. Spsakino. After Hon. It. C. War- men are candidates for this county? This choice extract is from the which says it never calls ren had concluded a fine speech for tho Dawson and Singleton, and what the It matters not, however, to whom the Journal, turn- names, It was provoked by the con- democratic ticket, and warmed many voters will do them for their duplicity Rubber Coats, Mclntoslios, Trunks and Vali sos. Prices credit is due for carrying free coming elec will bo a plenty, for they both deserve pikes. Let tho republicans huve It if tinued charge that the paper had sold ui) to their dutv in the Low. Tonus Cash. they want to us they al&o Have whether out to Hanna: "The man who without tion, Mr. P. M. Mcltoberts, in a neat the condemnation that thoy are receivJus- ing for making a olitical question out they want it or not the odium of get- warrant or evidence arraigns anoth- little speech, Introduced tice W. II. Holt, who sjoke in behalf of one afillcting solely the money of himting the matter In such a muddle that er's integrity, thereby proclaims judge is the people. the democrats had to come 10 the res- self not merely u clumsy blackguard of the republican ticket. The but his arguments are By tho Itov. Morgan's bid, which is cue and get it Into legal shape. Demo- and a thief at heart, but also an incest- a good speaker, you the best all things considered, the crats will vote both for free turnpikes uous beast sprung from a,liason be- of tho cut and dried order. When and the bond issue at the coming elec- tween a blackleg and a courtesan and hear one republican speech you hear comity would have saved $4S0. It Is them all, and It Is a wasto of time to claimed that Walls' bid was for "buntion and thus settle the matter. proud of his origin." ! listen to a second. The judge, howev- combe," which he stoutly denies. It He had Hurrah 'or Judge Morrow D. N. Comingokk was appointed colto fight tho Hunter faction, other liars er, does not deal in personalities, but must be remembered that in addition to lector of internal rcvenuo for the Sixth c makes a clean and gentlemanly argu- sums named the keeper gets district Saturday and now Auditor ment for sound money and a high pro use of an farm free. In Gar- Kiitortt nml niONt improved Stylis niul Ilmlgm. Kvory Instruim-ti- t Oimr.uileml. A Oom- Stono's son will take his place as comtective tarilT. He appealed to the re- rard county the paupers are kept for pluto Mm) of missioner of insurance, by appointment publicans to stick to the old ship and the use of the farm only. from his father. A younger son has vote for Bailey and tho entire ticket. Squire Larkin Wells says that to been drawing the pay of deputy comWhen ho coucluded Geo. T. Furrls prove his bid was made In good faith missioner, which ollice the public made a short address, announcing his ho Is not only ready but anxious to Bl take the paupers at his bid. The man thought was held by Tutt Burnam, of candidacy for State Senator and chal who says after this that he didn't mean Yzy 7 Madison, until a correspondent made lenging Mr. King for a joint canvass. business is u liar and the truth is not CWAikI Surgical HupplliM n Steclnlty Wo guarnntoo Price and Qunllty. tho discovery the other day. Mr. k--S Mr. King responded but failed to say if in him. -v Mr. Chadwlck has doubtless made a believes thut public Stone evidently he would accept tho challenge. Then good and so keeper of the Si otlice is a private snap and thut all the came Capt. Win. Herndon, who told of fur as wo know there is no complaint otllces should be filled by Stones.'lf for circuit judge, add. against him. But Squire Wells Is fulhis nomination possible. ing that he was sure that for the next ly as capable of doing so as he is and Is six years he would occupy the bench, just us responsible we presume. Tho John R. Owens' name now1 question of politics should have cut no on which he then stood. The captain figure In tho matter, but since it has the head of the Knox County Is mistaken. He'll chow the rag for wo propose to lay It on Macduff and $?& News columns. Ho has enlarged the six years, that's what we are going to damned be ho who first cries "hold paper and Improved It in many respects. Having cnntltlorvd tlicqiifMlonfrom almost every sUtndivoliit, wo huvo decided to adopt mako him do. Hon. G. G. Gilbert was enough. That he is a man of unusual anagosity not present No. 3917. and general understanding in tho REPOHT OF THE CONDITION neighborhood, witness tho following Has he Changed? Most of 011- from hi9 first issue: Editor Walton, of and the devil, but he got there In great Llncoln county readers recollect tho THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUST0NVILLE tho Stanford Journal, has a nose for shape, his majority over Judge Denton attempted assault of a Negro tramp AT HUSTONVILLE, news and a brain to put it in readable being 000 or more. It Is a great victo- named Billy Ackerson on the young III the Suto of Kentucky, at the cloie of butinrii ileglnnliig July 1, 1807, believing that It will bo more satisfactory to both Imjerand heller. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much form. His is the best and most widely ry for him and Gov. Bradley. Judge daughter of Samuel Upthegrovo near Oct S, 89;. less capital, our expenses will bo less and thero Is every reason why tho cash system will read paper in Kentucky, outside of the Stout was recommended for Common- South Fork some three years ago and RESOURCES. prove satisfactory. Wo only usW you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not tti your adcity dailies. tho subsequent hanging of tho brute. Loans and dlicouuU )1G0,4 48 vantage, wo v.111 not kick on your buying from merchants who uell on wealth's attorney. credit. Wu nro '.'.WW 31 Well, in thoso days John M. Johnson, Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. v,o can sell you Roods from 10 Ui 25 per cent, cheaper than tho County Judue Bullock went to credit men aud thl l.'.Vni W nominee for circuit clerk, U.S. Ilondsto secure circulation republican Hhould certainly bo an Inducement to you. Very truly, Additional Local, Nanking House, furniture and fixttres. 1,000 (X) the office of Editor Sam Roberts, of the was a democrat from awayback and a Lexington Leader, and gave him a seDON'T fall to attend James Rambo's Negro hater, the like of whom was Due Irom National Hanks, not Re 1,110 Vi serve Agents vere cursing for tho strictures ho had sale near May wood Wednesday. .1,1.12 63 seldom seen. He joined the posse In Duo iron State IUnks aud Hankers made of the appointment of election ll,'JII 27 what? Due from approved reserve agents William Fields sold to John B search of Ackerson, but athen AS OH olllcers. The dispatch does not recite pistol and Checks and other cash items He gavo Mr. Upthegrovo l,:i?.' 00 that Mr. Roberts did anything but take Chamberlain, of Danville, 100,000 feet advised bim to kill the fiend on sight Notes ol other National Hanks Fractional pjper currency, nickels and it. A man who wont defend himself of poplar lumber. I .VJ and turning to the crowd of men in especially in his own castle, can not Green hats are the latest. The pursuit, we are told, remarked: "If I Lawful Money Reserve In Hank, viz' Headed by U. S. MODEL, rjO. 38,353. 11,110 00 expect much sympathy from tho pub-li- Prince of Wales has set the fashion had my way I would sweep the Negroes Speci Pon of Klover's Model, No. 20,719. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer No. 12.C91, M)ii of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007 and Now York dudes are affecting them off of the face of tho earth." In his 'Mi !,() Fine 5 ter cent, of circulation. toppy young boars ready for ttorvlco. A few hIiow gilts old enough to breed, and bredhows largely. ho declared ho could not Total indignation The court of appeals hus decided This stock Is strictly In everv tespect, with $1(50,712 VJ fiMiiecmity, forsalo, pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrlluyour watits or come and that what is sauce for tho goose is 1,:U3. Ticket No. l,:ii:i drew the give a Negro justice under any circumUAIIIU I'lKS. $.Vi,omi 00 seo in v hogs. sauce for the gander. Leastwise it says music box given away by TunnerBros., stances and said many other things Capital stock paid in A fow fresh Jorsoy Cows for salo. Thoy are good ones. Also Duck 2.1,00(1 00 A. E. HUNDLEY, llox 10.1, D.invllle" Ky. Eggs, 81 for 13. that the Negro has the same claim for the McKinncy merchants, and tho which went to prove his hatred for the Surplus fund ho has ex- Undivided profits, less expense ana dumuges if di&orderly white people are holder will please icorao forward and colored brother. Whether ,Ml taxes paid perienced a change of heart we do not National Dank notes outstanding admitted In the coaches set apart for get his prize. M.'C.O Ml CM OS him as tho white people have if their know, but If ho has not It must go mon- Due toother National Hanks. cars are invaded by Negroes. This is The way peoplcjwcrc rolling, riding strous hard for him to mingle with the Due to htato Hanks and bankers .'101 'J I'iuhI to pay taxes but simple justice, but unfortunately and walking intoJLebanon yesterday to Sons of Ham us be has been doing of Individual deposits subject to check M,tl 10 hear Bryan was ajcaution. Tho Greens-bur- g late. But then Mr. J. ia a versatile law und justice uro not always synonyJI.1C,7I2 (rj Total.., branch brought In 10 full coaches fellow and can no doubt change his afmous terms. I, Uwd'd Alcorn, President of No. 20 had GO'spassengers for that fections as easily as ho did his politics. Hank, do solemnly swear thut the the above named above statement trying to palm itself off oaa pa- point, 211 had two extra and 24 had By tho way John S. Lee, of South is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. After IsJ Receiving his- L'DW.Win Ai.cohn, President. per without politics, tho Liberty Trib- three extra coaches, while all the Fork, Is our authority for the above Subscribed and sworn to belore me this 11th une at last eends up tbe republican ilag. country round uboutwaa on hand. Gov. and if any additional proof is wanted day ol Oct., 1897. Oho. W. ttvuu, N. P. L. Ct. ") J. T. ItfMK. Most of ub know all tho timo that it Knott introduced tho speaker in his concerning hia remarks about tho Ney Directors. T J. ItiniiNsoN, Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: CK'tUO ItKrMOLDiS, was a "rad." inimitable way. J groes it can bo had and had quickly. i spell-boun- Don't Delay! Jackets. - -- six: "-"- "" , ' 1 J 11 Dress Goods, Capes And H T T ' old-tim- I ( ad-,,- ti CLOTHING. HATS. I 1 .l 1 11 1 - BOOTS I Capes And Jackets. ! - DRESS GOODS I THE LOUISVILLE STORE. .'" - n-ca- ll, ' I ( Etui-vote- Hus-tonvll- le Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, poor-hous- 6ents' Furnishing 6oods H. Courier-- ex-Chi- ef J. MoROBERTS. iieer-hous- TRUSSES CRAtC ! e&$ 100-acr- e Uj... f- sm v$ Fountain and Household Syringes, Hot Water and Ice Bag's, HOOKER. poor-hous- e, ornu-men- ts wm. krnm mm mmrnl x wy m A Word To You. THE CASH SYSTEM, sat-Istl- 1 ed FARRIS St HARDIN, m Higii Locust Hem Reg. Poland Dflinas. Hrst-cltito e. V. H. C. KUPLEY, HFHE MERGMANT TAILOR-- FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Octoukk 12. 1897 PRETTY TABLE LAMP. Uaefal nd OrnaIIott to Ohtnln Tho illustration bIiows the dcfilgu for 1 tnblo lamp that can bo made by most any woman who is bandy with tools. The materials which will be required W. 1 WALTON. to mnko it arc itcciningly the least worthy, and an old box, some burlaps or your tigo bagging such ns furniture comes Danvilli:. Thirty-livtoday, Mb, tho battle of Porryvlllo packed In, ft few thin sheets of stovepipe iron and some mills and paint. wtts fought, und Judgo l'rowltt is a box at a Is about llio' In the llrst place, obtain llml the weather grocery store such ns canned goods arc same, water about an ream, but every (Micked in, carefully break It apart, thing oImj dlirerent.- - The grass In the Inking care not tonplitany of the thin fluids where iho farms of Vcislgorf boards. Of these boards make a box McKoborts and Horry join, caught lire eight Inches square and twelve inches and burned over a large Hjae. Mr. high; the wood used for the top and McHobertH lout 275 panels of fence, and bottom should bo thicker than that of tlvo aide arc made, nnd in the damage wan also done on the other which top cut a round hole, large enough to farms. II. C. Bright has established a admit a metal lamp fount, A rim .branch of the Crescent Buggy Co. at around the. top edge of the fount will, Somerset. Dr. Fayette Dunlap and if the hole is made the right size, prewife will leave, Danville about the first vent It from falling into the box. of November to take up their residence ' All over the top and sides of tho In Uloomlngton, HI., Mrs. Dtinlap'sold box fasten ordinary burlaps with homo and onu of the moot prosperous liquid glue, and when it is thoroughly dry give the bagging a few successive cities In the west Many eioni weio coats of light olive green paint. Sandpresent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. paper tho burlaps before applying the Robert Harding last evening, to hear last coat, so an even and truooth surDr. McGregor read from MnoLuron face may be obtained. Hind the edges of the box with strips and Uarrlo, and all were delighted with the feuturcs of the occasion. Geo. of sheet iron, allowing about of an inch of metal to show on W. Doneghy read some of his excellent verves and Miss LIUlo Huberts reclud. a side. Fasten the Iron on with large brat upholsterers' tacks, A nice sum was raised for the Baptist driven at equal distances apart. of church. -- Furrlsfc Whitley bought On a sheet of paper draw the patcattle at tern shown ou one side of the box and au Ohio feeder l.'l good 012-l4c Advocate. cut pieces from the thin Iron to work -. out the pattern on each side. Tuck Old these pieces on with good-ircIron carpet tacks and then give U ryiilln t lie OM ti1 who ntilr- ami kliln- - will Dml tlie tru- - rrniclr In nil the metnl work a coat or two of - ilmi mil lllltr 1 lii mulleinory black paint, thinned with japan ami contain n whlkr nr other Inliulf-iiIt m t inlMly o Hi d refer. but cU u tunic ami itllnR lomarti tnl IkiwpI. ulilltia y At a hardware store, purchase four aiding Niliirr In thr tone to Ilia nrvana, U ixftfunninrrof tlii fiinctlnnm Llwtrlc llllt-clawfect ami screw one fast under ouch OM po. ami all ilik'rMInn I 'tlce Alljr i.l fitnl Itjuit eictlT wlut llirr iipcI e three-quarters oval-hendc- mental Piece of Art. Crsshetl Into an leebera;. is n serious matter when a ship Is obliged lo seok collision n thn lessor of two evils. Tho nutlior of "Greenland Icoflolds" spyH that he wsn onco ou boanl a stoaiinr in tho mouth ot tho Htrnlt of Hello Islo where (here wcro It tl b ( -- Vo-- V. I d oval-head- n- -1 rlr llinu-lit- l, -- alt-r- ail . lr-ii- llirr-li- r- lnt ami ICti" Store. nu l.(Mr alf . UlU- at w. II Mcltolnrf. m ! Hitckliu't In orM fur cut-- ,, lirui- aorr. ulrra.alt rlirum, fcrr xir, teller, chap, t p- -d liaiula. rlilllilaltK, cairni ami all alln rruitlnn. It a. It HIUrpy cum pllraor noiujKuaraJtrxl lu t jwrfrct mIIimciIihi cr liiun- -r re- by V. II. aa fnnilnl. I'rlr in cent ln. Knr I Arucn Salit. - The iHt thr t,ll. .!. II. ..l.l.t ir Ciiwilrn ami I'ana ciiuM d.i tiutliiiijc alrlatia Jihfher It at toilrtlop Into liaMj- oilmimp-lion- . )lv,ierv In Klnii'a New llarliiK ami vlliitc lU of It, lie U' a Uittle home anil to from llrl ahe pjtan to icrt the aurjirlw of all diiM, anil half ilmen Imttli- - cureil lirr hiiiihI atnl wp, Dr Klnit'a New Dlannrrr lorl'ouiiiiiitlun, Cougha and tVihtt la guarjtit"l to ln tlil it'.nl a at W II Me work Tr It Krr trial iir. Smnrthiwj to Dfjmulon Jium, of tli ilriiK flnn of Jtmr A Sin- Uiik( Ilr Kln' te I'U- Oiwiten.III , In aaya that but winter hl wile wa atUr.tsI riiTrrr, , and li- -r raw ifr-wi wrluua that with m (irl-Mr. Jamn, -w lr tn, Hi aaaawaaw .. ha. ltlrr wa?i aw ialaw V rB li.l-cft- DniK Store, "My lniy CMiie homn frtim vlnml ont ly with lilt linnd badly lnrrut-- l ami 1i1ciIIiil' mid nurTcrliiir Rrvat iitln," iay Mr. K J. Hohall. with Mnyer linn. Drue &., St. lu-a- , Mn. "I droittl tliu wound nnil upplliMl ChamlHTlnln'H I'alu Halm ftrt'lv. AU pain co&immI nnd In a liort tlm It M.'r. Tor lnalil without .ItnrliiL' arlicuiiKitNm wduikIh. I know HtiraliiD, swi'llInK anil (ual lo It '.'5I of no tiicillclii( or cotmlilor It a hoiiM'hold nicisty." Tin and 50r nlnit for aalo hy Cralj; .V'llocLur. aaaaw a. wal1 . W aaT aaraaTaaraw I BaBaBaV trrf"v; 'aaW'al t Tr fl HOMEMADE TAUI.E LAM1. corner. They will probably be of brass, but when painted black will appear as of iron. A good centraUlraft lamp fount and IT SAVES CltOl'I'V CIIILOKKN. on burner can be purchased at a lamp Skavikw, Va. Wu liavi n t.p!ondld CliamlNirlnlii'n tNiuKli lU'invdy and ourcun-tom- m store, with them a canopy shade frame comliiK fnni far nnd near, nHak of It In thu hlghi'iil trrmi. Many hai! niilil can be purchased, over which a pretty that tlu'lr chlldrun would have illfil of rruup shade con bo made of silk paper or othIf ChamUirlalu'a Couth llumcdy had not er light material that will shed a pleasTho 23 and ant light, and if arrnngrd as hown iHMMt bIvpii. Ki'llum AOurrt-n- . 50c litt for halu hy Craljj X Hockur. . " MOl'H COMO. i ItesointCE, Si'rintMi Co., (in. 1 huvi Ruhjt'Ct to attuckit of hlllouH colli for hiivir-a- l Chamlx-rlaln'Colic. Cholura and Dlarrhii' Hi'ini'dy Is thu only Mini rvllof. It rcU llku u chiirm. Onti iloo f It rIvuh full. (1. I. all othur filiiitji. Korwiln hy Cr.'tl); .V. HKkiir, A UUUB HI U-i'iyt-arStan-Stanfor- d. in th illustration natiafactory result will be obtained. If a central-draburner and tount Is used it will be necessary to have a few holes through the bottom of the box to allow n vent for the nir, otherwise it would cause the light to be dim or the wick to smoke. C. Harry Adams, In Chicago Ilecord. ft In the Ladles' Home .Journal Mrs. S. T. Itorer writes on "Cunning ami l're- At the outset of her lesiioii Pfl ParmorO x hile t.Inpiiahil..s ,i,e u,ie 01 heciiritig perfectly sound and fresh fruits, and OK STANIOItK, KV. - tho ncccKslty of getting the cans and $200,000 00 vanning appurtenances in reiidinesHin rId up Capital, - 17,003 80 advance. "To pre cut breaking when Surplus, ' lllllng the jnrH,". Mrs. KorerswlviM?s that . charter, ilenHltoM ar a Ilr liruvHoiu In Natioiim lUiik., they be sliped 'sidewise into a kettle fully pniuitislai urn to lu aiureliolilvrt Wii. UrU iiiiUriiluali.v liable Hi f jmt unler, rolling them no that cerv thonxteut of thu atiiuiintof tliviratwk tivrrin par value tiifniif, to thu. luioiint in luiihiion P"rt may be quickly and uniformly the vested In iuiIi aharea It nuy nil a eiu..r. a.llutitgil. Fold a damp towel, place it ill uilulitiator, tmtee(Ar , fully u uu linhriiluul tiu4 ho haiM.iitrut- the bottom of n pudding pan, then near Teuilerliiijuiir thuiil.to ed their limine-to in, etrut they will eoutlum tliu preserving kettle; stand a jar on todoao, ami Hcoller at u Karjiilcofur prompt atIn luiik- - ,tbe towel, and if the fruit is Mnall ntl- toiitlonliiaaiueiirSiJyW ' " " years and who were were lovers for married at Anderson, Iud., two weeks ago. have each applied for divorce. K) " Peter Wells and VIennu Halley, who I HINTS ON CANNING. Mr. Iturrr lilii'n Tlnirly Directions for Putting l' I'rult. PanfrffrTrnef raimuioDainvvy, iuotuu. r, ", ilpM-lio- n 111 - & - . ( - exp.-rk.m- HIIIUIIU ai lth mj ii n iiiH'ruunvuiiuvMiiiiiii aiain uiiiioiriii I luuklui;. niXKCTOHV i I I Vernon; Cummins, PriMelivmllle; J. S.Owsley, Sr., J. It. Oasley, S. II. Sli.mU, William (IihhIi, S. J. Kuihry, J. V. Coh, A. W, Cuiicnti'r; J. I!, l.ymi, J. N. Menefee. orricKKs Mt. J.J. William, II. V, S. ll.Slianln. j. I'rL'.ildeiit. ii. - rlnO a 1 NA I llmAL DAUK OK STANl DUD .''' KV. 1JrM(l Tellet , rourt-unlre.- 1 will. In cousetpienee, be Ioo.se. Wipe raeli jar carefully and give the top an I'M trn. I'llt away in a cool, not void, dark closet. At the end of n week i'utl.ytho .tockhol.Urs' llahlllty lor un amuunt 'examine each jar carefully, without equal tn thesim-- m t li.it ilel orsi.f ihuinstltii- - shaking or disturbing more than neves-tlnivi sworn tro siruriil liy u fiitiil ol j.'i.ii,iii, the lids slightly If you llml '. c,.iiiliiioiiui theiut.k arunmiu wiry. .utouiui.t-.oftlu- . United States Cuwrmnoiit ami ita indented, the contents free from llir each year to the truiiu-iiassets arn examined at slnteil tlnu-.ir..i , fccttletl, agents; thus ecurlnB additional and jVnl-csalot. bllTobies or froth, and the vou may rest assured 'thev will . keep.' to iiHiKisitora. ,. ,. , Tli 1nstitution orlalnally ostahlslil ns the ie U) not ,lml ,l soI,e" ,Ue Jarh to posit Rink ol Sliinford In IMS, then renrttunleil s Xl ou ititij uihIujIh prevent bursting. lichen! the fruit, be- tiie National Hank ofhtauiord in as tho First National llafik of Stuuflinl , ng to Dttngit to a Dolling point. anunlnli'rrtipiv.U.xli.tCapital Stock 8100,000. S15. 750 ..I1.u l tllU I . HMI !.. l.ttl !.. ....!.... HU llllllllt. AlIPIlll IN (I .1.. ....t.1l .ltTi this la tha only .National Hank In htaiifonl. Uu- ilor tho prolilmi-- i ol tho National Hank Act nro aeoiirol notonly hy tho capital stock, I., II I Surplus, heated silver knife around the inside of tho jar, to break any air bubbles that may have been vitught with the fruit, and adjust the rubber, then lift tiie lid from the hot water and place it at once. If large fruit fill with a wooden spoon, arrang- I ing Uic fruit so that the weight of one jdeee will not destroy the shape or another. Pill to overllowing with the ' liquid, water or sirup, and faMentight- ly. After sailing stand the jura out of ' " ou'r night. The glass by that j time win nave contracted, ami tuc uns Kim a J I i jui UlU flowing. I II II 1111 ; III! qillL'KIV tO 0Ur- - j ... a ii t t t 1 - - 11 Is belli r supplied now Hit. nice for ;tl yean. iclllil.is fur trnnsaillni: Imsiiuws nroiuntlr and lib crally than ever iH'foro In Its long and lioiuinihie cuiivr. XreoMUlN of iiiillvldiials, tiiliieiiiriHH, lirios i nilll re-cal- l. aud individuals solicited. S.T. Ilairis, "' J.S. Iloekr, MrKlnnev. K. I,. Tanner, J.II. Olller.fnib Orcli'di M, 1). i:imorc UlKEtTOKR J. W. Haydon, Stanford P. Held, MiiiHilu Co.; &. T Y II. lUuRliiuaii, . Hill, A M. Manfonl. J. .Miller, .Ml. Vernon. Trll.M. ' " " OFFICERS. J. S. Mocker. President; A. A. J.J. Mcllobcrts MclCtnney, AsljlaulCaaUicr, Cashier, I'dtlsli for tlir roriilture. A little turpentine and oil applied to furniture wltli n flannel cloth, the furniture then thoroughly rublvd. will give it n bright, clean appearance. If your rosewood refuses to polish have your furniture man rcpolish it fur you. He will rub it down with sandpaper und varnish It, so It will last for six years. Ladies' Home Journal. would accomplish the work. Hut though firm In the faith as 1 am 1 have grave doufbts If it is ever accomplished. There is too great a diversity in human nature, too wide a range of disposition, loo many scrub men, too much difference, to ever expect to see till the farmers stand on a level In any branch of Industry. However, tho cause is advancing', nrvd one fact is well established, that when a man once gets a Laut Fight In the Coliseum. In a frugment of a mcdimvnl diary, taste of thoroughbred blood, like the the authorship of which is generally at- bulldog, he never lets loose except to get a better hold. tributed to Lndovico Bouooute da Orricto, thero is a descripFOR RINGING HOGS. tion of a great bullfight given in tho ColiM-uon tho 8d day of Septem Clever Contrivance Which Is Not Prober, 1.132. It appears that tho nroua tected by Patents. was still free from any accumulation of This is the way we catch hogs for soil, although tho marblo Beats and the ringing?. Take an ordinary shipping marble decorations had already been crute for hogB, take off cleats at both taken away. The scats were replaced, ends, on one end nail at four corners therefore, with red cloth. Moualdes-cbi'- s of the crate four cleats two inches by account of this last vision of ath- three inches. Over these crosswise at letic sports, of this ephomeral revival top and bottom of crate nail two h of classic games, the last of which had by three-Incstrips. Through taken place 800 years before, is so graph- these bore inch holes, dodging ic mid no fnll of dotails characteristic of the ago that it may ploaso tho reader to know somewhat of them. Tho seats had been divided into fonr sections. The first section was occupied by the noblo ladies of tho JPonte and Pariono, led by tho beantifnl Savello Orsiui; by thoso of Trnstovere, led by Tacopella do Vico, and by those of tho Monti and Campitelli, led by two of the Colonnas. Tho noblemen sat in tho next compartment. Women and men of tho middle out! lower classes occupied tho third and fourth sections. The brave young men, the pick of the Roman and Italian aristocracy, who were to confront tho wild balls wero remarkable for tho variety of tho colors they woro and for the mottoes engraved on thoir helmets. Tho gallant baud ol youths was not very Hucccfsfal on that dny. When thu light camo to on end for want of more champions, 18 of thorn were PRACTICAL, HOC RINGER. lying dond in tho arena and 11 wero dangerously wounded, whilo only 1 1 three Inches apart. Into this space Inbulls had been killed. Tho dead heroes sert two movable levers with holes in wero carried off in triumphal procession them opposite those in cleats. When to St. John of Lateral), followed by tho fiuished the end of the crute will look wholo crowd of spectators. A tlantio like this: Levers No. 1 ami 2 are held in place Monthly. hy two bolts without burrs. This Wlint Kyrs Coat. makes them adjustable to hogs. No. 2 is thrown back If our civilization has not entirely spoiled tho taste of tho noblo savage, ready for the hog to put his head in. how ho would gloat over n necklace of Sin. the "tra,p," we call it, at your pen nrtiticial eyes, which, as trophies, would door, with hogs inside, with one man far surpass in interest tho now out of or boy to cluihc one at a time into it date Kcalp. All hfs relatives and wives nnd ns the hog runs his hcsul into the bo loo big a price to offer open trap catch him just behind the would for such a treasure, such a perfect ears by moving lever No. 2 to an upright museum of expression, combining edu- position quickly. When you htnc your cational and utilitarian benefits at ouo hog iu the trap you can ring him at nnd thu Mimo time. It would bestow your leisure. We have used this kind plcnSuro ou tho savago aud profit ou tho of a device for ten years. There is no seller, who in this newly developed patent on it. K. I). Hale, in National tasto of tho former would find an Stockman. way of disposing of surplus flnvr to Cool Off a I'Ikt. stock. A great many breeders upon having n To return to our subject, a peculiarity or very warm, about tho eyes of aged persons is that hog or pig they fado at tho edges r tho iris, or, attempt to reduce the temperature by rather, that the extreme edges seem to dashing a bucket of cold water over it. Very often the result is n dead pig- in a full away, leaving u eirolo of whito edge. This is very short time. The proper way to the iris and its known as an nreiiH eye. It is most curi- cool olf a pig just reeehed in a crate ous looking. I saw an artificial arena or one that is overheated, is to let it lie that had just been mtidu to order for u still nnd commence pouring water gradually on its nose, continuing for very old lady. Tho prico of what is termed n "hos- the space of two minutes on the nobe, pital eye" that is, ono supplied to pa- nnd up to the top of the head. Then tients at hospitale 4j 10s. G1., and tho when the head is thoroughly cooled, best eyo made costs only 2 guineas, a proceed backward gradually, not poursmall nmrniut, takiug into consideration ing too rapidly at tirst, till you have reached the tail. In this way the hog tho skill and time expended upon it. will be cooled off without danger of any This firm supplies the Royal Ophthalmia and several other Loudon hospitals bad effects from the ovorhenting. Rural World. with artificial eyes. "Thirty years ago," I was told, "tho The rniM-j- Fiiniii'r'w Illusion. cheapest eyo obtaiuabln cost not loss 'Taney farmers." or the owners of than U guineas and for tho best as "fancy" stock, are frequently ridiculed, much as C guineas was demanded." but it is due to their willingness to imNew Illustrated Magazine. prove stock and their persistency in adhering to their belief iu something betA Dollrntu Arcoiiiinoilntlou. Vit "Did you say that this is to bo n ter than scrubs i,r !hr goes K bt it!i The rrn) rplta! wedding irnifiu?" asked tho ., .,r .... i ,i v . ,. i.;t. t... .,,..., "No, 1 didn't. And I don't sto that MiiTpr awhile he lnsi at f'v-nft'r it makes any difference to you." the farmers be- t'l "Not the slightest," was tiio reply. 1. merely thought jou might liko to !ng lifted up l with int. as the farm on "I lri i i's are specialties have take oil' tbi.s priie murk aud wliii'h impio-.tvou another with a higher figure becomes a fi ui.'ain source from which paite superior nnimals are distributed in all on it." Washington Star. directions. Mon-aldeschi vast, beautiful icebergs, Hurrouuded by a dense fog. The chatico of encountering them, however, pcemod so slight that thu boat continued ita cou rno, though at slackened speed. Ho odds: Huddonly a largo spot in tho mist ahead of thn ship lighted up, as if we wcro coming to a clear space. But to Iho experienced eyes of thn miitu and thn ico pilot it was an ominous specter, for it was tho ico blink of a hugo berg which almost nt that very instant emerged from tho mist, lowering hundreds of feet above us and stretching out many hundred feet on either side. It was too lato to avoid it. Safety, if it conld ho securod at all, lay in taking the colliidnn straight ahead, and accordingly tho rudder was turned at the instant tho wheel was reversed. Tho collision came all too soon. Groat masses of ico fell opon tho deck. The steamer reeled like a drunken man, bnt the passengers scarcely had time to secure an upright position again beforo all wm quiet as doath, whilo wo anxiously watched tho carpenter as bo sonuded tho wells to seo if thero were- a leak. Meautimo the huge berg gleamed down upon us from its soreuo height in thn mist and revealed clearly the pointed sides of tho great gash which had been made in it by the bow of oar iron hip. After a few minutes of breathless anxiety it was ascertained that, beyond tho breaking of three or four iron plates of the ship high above thu water line and the disabling of ouo anchor, no damage was dono. Fortunately wo had hit thu iceberg whero thnro was no projecting foot below the water. Otherwise it would surely have been a fatal collision for uu. It was thrilling indeed for ns to reflect that we had railed or steamed by a most circuitous route to encounter this particular berg and had hit it at almost tho only safe point which it presented fur attack. -- imiumcrablo One Implied the Other. "I am poor but honest," he began, Why They Should He Olien n I'lucc on when the other Interrupted him. Kyrry "You can leave off half of that," he At on lown farmers' lnstit'"e In re- said. ply to the question: Would you have "Do you mean that I am not honest?" a thoroughbred herd of hogs on every "No I mean that you ore poor." N. naiil: fnnu? a prominent Y. Journal. would If my plan could prevail have nothing but pure bred hogs in Still They Arc One. "A man and a woman," remarked the this country. I do not mean by that that every herd should be regiMercd. observer of men and things, "a.Te quite That would be an exensivv useless likely to look at u thing from opposite iiivss, but 1 do mean that all Mtck points of view; a man will see nothing rhould be traccnlble to recorded ances- but the outlay, where a woman has no try. Then let the registered herd, be eyes for anything but the layout." kept up to the highest standard of ex- Detroit Journal. cellence to supply a mole hend for each A General Dreakr. of thaw pork herds. The professional Mrs. Hoyle What was all that noise breeder would then do a flourishing at your house this morning? business aud the farmer would not be Mrs. Doyle The servant broke some looking around for the best hog iu of the china and then my husband broke Christendom for ten dollars. He would one of the commandments. N. Y. demund something better than that Truth. and would be reaping the profit which Incomprehensible. he justly deserves from feeding hia "There's another piece in the paper arm produce to a cluss of hogs that would net a snug protlt and command about a fellow gettln' drowned while a premium on any market, whether bathin'," said Soiled Simpson to Dirty high or low, nnd atthc tame time have Dickson. "Why will people run such awful a bunch of hogn that he could take Infinite satisfaction In "hanging on risks?" asked Mr. Dickson. Louisville the fence" to look at and to show hia Courier-Journaneighbor because they always call Tennraon Up to Date. forth, favorable comment and admira- Bikes, bikes, bikes tion, which would be on Incentive for They are everywhere! Tis plain FOtnothlng a little better If possible for The day when 'twas safe to cross tho street the next crop. I ay that until the thorWill never come back again! oughbred hog shall be given a place on Town Topics. every farm his true mission is not fulLOST FOH GOOD. filled, and further that the mission ot the professional breeder If he be honest !f!-Tjand unselfish and sees the whole thorr sTTC U. .r-r- oughbred scheme in Its proper light la mfA not fulfilled until such is the case. If . vj'; every farmer could see this plan from x-.. s r i i ? I - 1j . Ia-- r vy: t the proper Ktmvdpoint and could comprehend tho advantages accruing from its consummation three years at most THOROUGHBRED HOGS. hog-r.ilsI l. I "-- ..V-1- . SsTvls. lujlli u7 ! "Miss Specie has lost her good name." "How? What did she do?" "Gob married." Cincinnati quirer. Why She Does Hot Bathe. En- She does not fear to risk her life This dashing: summer girl, She only stays out of the surf To keep her hair In curl. Brooklyn Ufa. Mr. two-inc- Bnpec'a Idea. h VTyld one-ha- lf Enpet: He must have parted from his wife at the altar. Town Topics. his f ho said but married life had contained happiness. nothing I heard of a man the other day Poor Fellow. Reporter What Bhnll I say of this man who was found shut up in a folding bed? City Editor Say that he was gathered Into the fold. N. Y. World. A my office. Witness my hand this 13th day of August, 1897. Attest J AS. F. CUMMINS, Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obpdience to tho foregoing order of the Lincoln County Court, which is raado part of this notice, on election will be held at all the regular voting places in said county, for the purpose named in said order at the next regular election which will be held November 2, 1897, which election shall in all respects bo held in accordance with the provisions of the general election laws of this State. T. D. NEWLAND. Sherifl Lincoln County, Ky further appearing that the object and purpose of said petition and written application arc to remove all doubts as to the validity of the election on free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln County, and carry out the will of Hie people on free turnpikes in said County as expressed at the last November election, and to insure tho sale of bonds issued for the purchase of the pikes in Lincoln County at a premium and not a loss, and the petitioners making said application having paid into Court, n sufficient amount of money to pay for this order and the expense of printing nnd advertising and other nccessnry expenses connected with the election prayed for, it is now therefore ordered that an election be held in Lincoln County. Ky. at the next regular election on the 2d day of November, 1897, nioro than 00 days intervening between the entering of this order and the day of the regular election, to take the sense of the qualified and legal voters of said County upon the proposition to have free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln County, and Thomas D. Newland, iheSheriiTof Lincoln County, is hereby uirccteu to open a poll at each and 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 the qualified voters of the County of Lincoln, on the proposition aforesaid, and for the reasons recited in the written application. The said Thomas D. Newland, Sheriff aforesaid, will have this order published in tho Interior Journal, a newspaper published at Stanford, Ky., for at least 30 days prior to the election and will also advertise tho same by printed hand hills posted in af least fourconspicuous places in each voting precinct, for the same length of time and at court house d jor. The election for the purpose of aforesaid shall beheld by tho same officers who hold the regular November election and in all respects held in accordance with the provisions of the general election laws of this State. The question, "Are you in favor of free turnpikes nnd gravel roads Y1' to bo printed on the ballot as provided for in the general election law, section 1459, Kentucky statues. State of Kentuckv, act' County of Lincoln. I, James F. Cummins, clerk of the Lincoln county court, do hereby certify that the foregoing order is a true and correct copy of same, as appears on tho records in written application asking for a vote upon the proposition to havo free turnpikes and gravel roads In Lincoln tounty, Ky., wsh heretofore to wit., on tho 12th day of July, the first day of the July term of said Court, 1897, presented to nnd received hy the Judge of said Court, and that said written application was signed by a number of voters of said County equal to more than 15 per cent of the legal voters of said County cast at the last preceeding general election held in said County which was a general aad regular election and it 1 I Izj Election on Bond Issue. Special term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held August 9th, 1897, Hon Wm. L. Dawson, Judge, presiding, with the following Justices of the Peace present, .Ino. Kduiistou, 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 iu sixty days from this date, to wit. on the 2d day of November, 1S97, to ascertain whether or not the legal voters of Lincoln County arc in favor ol empowering antl authorizing the Fiscal Court of said Countv, to issue and sell bonds from timo to time within the constitutional limitations for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining the turnpiko roads of Lincoln County, free of toll to the traveling public, .said bonds to bear interest not exceeding six per cent, per with couannum payable pons attached; to be iu denominations of not less than $100 nor more than $1,000 to run not more than 30 years and to be within tliHt time at ilie pleasure of the Court, and to be sold at not less than par value he Sheriff of Lincoln County is directed to advertise said and tho object thcieof for at lea.st 30 days beforehand in the Interior Journal s and Stanford Commercial, two in published in Stanford, Ky , and also posted up, at not by printed hand-bill- s less than four public plaeis in each voting precinct, of Lincoln County, and at the t ourt house door in Stanford, Ky. All legal voters of Lincoln County shall bi'.priviledged to vote at said election. The same officers that hold the regular shall hold this election, uhich shall in all respect- - be held iu accordance with lie general election laws of this State, and at rill tho regular voting places of Lincoln County. The question: "Are you iu favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and maintenance of the turnpike roads of this County free of toll to tho traveling public," shall be printed on 'ho ballots as provided by section 14o9 of tho Kentucky Statutes The olllcers of the election arc directed to ceitify the thereof as required by law 1 State of Kentuckv, 5, County of Lincoln, j ,c1, I, .Isines F Cummins, ( Icrk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that tho foregoing order is a Hue and correct Copy of snme, as appears on tho records in my office. Witness my Hand this 13th, day of August, 1S97 .IAS. F. CU MIXS, AtUst: t lork Lincoln Count) ourt. In obedience to thu foregoing order of tho Fiscal ' ourt of Lincoln O'Unty, which is made part of this notice, up elec- Mrs. Gnzzam (reading the newspaper) Here's an article about "A Fatal Flirtation." Gazzam They got married, did they? Harlem Life. Reasonable Inference. Returning- Prosperity. "Dr. Simpson has been complaining because the town has been so healthy." "Yes?" "And all last night he walked the floor with the neuralgia." Chicago Becord. ' When "War Wan Declared. Molly Jack called on me last night and stayed until 12 o'clock. Dolly Ho told me this morning that It was very late before he could get away. N. Y. Journal. . diiler-ont-siz- cd Blue - Grass Nurseries. FAXJL, 1897. semi-annuall- y ed Full stocks, of I'rult ami Ornamental Tree tirnjio Vines. Small Fruits, Asimr:igti and every thing for Orchard. Lawn anil Garden. We liavo no agents hut soil direct to tho planter, saving cunruiouscomiiilsslous. Catalogue on upnllcatiou to II. F. I1ILLKNMKYF.R. 01 LcMitrtnn. Kv. I wspa-per- lo IFEDE over-heate- d, Aeteran. NASHVILLE, TENN. OFFICIALLY K I'.I'K 1JSF.NT3 elt-ctiu- I United Confederate Veterans, United Daugliters of the Confederacy, The Sons, nnd other Organizations. Two Samples, Four Two-Ce- Stampt ro-su- it S. A. CUNNINGHAM. rto.'- - Ri.ni'CTloN In Oliits with thii taDec flection en (usslicn of Free Turnpikes. County Court - Heguiar term Lincoln he'd AimustJtli, 117. son prc-i.ling, - i n On motion of the applicants, W A. Carson. J. T Adainn, Wm. Kllis and otheutility horotofote tion r-, voles ol I.ii.i'n.i Count. L. Dawtin matter of free Jude turnpilics and gravel roads in Lincoln In aiili-Miia- t. bi-- t be-l- -s trie ; . ii I.uifi'iii tjuii y ourl, u as .submitted to ltie.Iuilgc of said roil it on the "lb day of Aupi-- t, 17, tho first day of Iho Aifgui l .n I Liiiiolu County Court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of tho Judgo of said Court that a direct' l t" .i the Lint-- , in day of Jul i torm nt tl.- r ' '"' Judge u( "i.i. '? v Ii. t on the 12lh, il day of the !'". ill be 111 reg-uli- ir ounty, for tho purposu ugu or named in sid order, at the ue election, which will be hold November 2d, 1WJ7, which election shall in all be held in accordance with the provisions of the general election lutts of this stiiu. T 1). NEWLAND. Sheriff Lincoln County, Ky place--- . s.ud bed at all thu regnl r ics-pee- ls T jtJ a Aj A- - !) & &?""' vNflbpM 3SB . International Dictionary Tho One Great Stantlnnl Authority, So wtltr Jlon. li. .1, llrritrr. vuviiiu u o. ouiirriiiu vuuri. "Webster's : - - Republican Ticket. Tor Clerk of tlio Court of Appeals, Democratic Ticket. For Clerk of the Court of Appeal, People's Ticket. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Prohibition Ticket. For Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Nat. Democratic Ticket. For ( or llt'.fl.l!nr't Printing Oflle, th l' S. Hiiprrnir i.outi, mi ins Mwa nil Htamlnrtl i i firrineConrt,itof near leik of the Court of Ap ea!.( Warmly James G. Bailey, - - S. J. hackclford, - Joe A. Parker, - - O. T. "Wallace, - - J. H. Ilindman, - tT SUta .Hiiprrtnlmlrnt of Nchool, roilrin. Tn iM'nia.niKioutrrMliK-iiluwuiini wiuioill imuilxr, In the Iioihi IhiIiI. kxv to inn irarwr, KiH'iAr, iro- li'Hl.iiml ii mil, Klf- - Coitimuiulcri , Ittvnlttntilo i For Circuit Judge, For Circuit Judge, "William Ilerndon, - r. C. San f ley, - -- D For Commonwealth's Attorney, For Couiuionwealth's Attorney, J. For Stnto Senator, S. Owsley, Jr., ? For State Senator, B. B. King, -- - George T. Farris, -- For IJoprescntative. For Representative, D D A. C. Carman, - For County Judge, TV". L. Dawson, - - For County Clerk, o o D M. F. Xorth, - For County Judge, - James P. Bailey, - - For County Clerk, - James F. Cummins, For Circuit Clerk, George B. Cooper, For Circuit Clerk, John M. Johnson. - J. F. Iloldam, For County Attorney, Thomas J. Culton, For Sheriff, -- D For County Attorney, Harvey Helm, For Shcrifr, James C. King, - Samuel M. Owens, For Jailer, For Jailer, -- D - Joseph Phelps, - For Assessor, "W. E. Cook, - For Coroner, - George "W . DeBor For Assessor. C. G. Baker, For Coroner, John Crow, William Landgraf, - For Superintendent of Schools, For Superentcndent of Schools, Miss Kate Blain, - Garland Singleton, - -For Surveyor, D D For Surveyor, Elam Ball, -- Magistrates and Constables are also to be voted for. So far the republicans have made no Dominations in either Stanford or Crab Orchard precincts, but at Wnynesburg, John A. Singleton has been named for Magistrate and Ben Record, Con stable. At Hustonville, Columbus Wheeler, for Magistrate, Tim Root for Constable. rn.aa.ey The Magistrates to be voted for are J. II. Raines, Stanford; W. D. Wal. liu, Crab Orchard; W. A. Coffey, Hustonville; J. T. Brown, Wayne.-bur- g. The Constable Nominees are M. Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K. Pet-tuCrabOrchard; T. G. Nuiiiiellcy, Hustonville; AV. F. Clyiner. Waynes-bur- s, g. to do so, becauso money orders aro ao cheap, and, in tho socond placo, money in a letter offers a constant temptation to thoso who handle mail. It is practically impossible to placo money in a letter bo that tho postal alark into whoso hands the letter falls will not instantly detect it. Paper monoy has a peculiar odor nnlike anything else on earth, and tho clerk who is dishonest uses bis bcubo of smell in spotting valu-ablletters rather than the senso of touch. " o An old postofnee inspector says: In addition to thisjthe vote will be "Money never should bo iuoloscd in letters for transmission through tho taken on Freeing the Pikes nnd the mails. In the first plaoe, it ia unnoces-aar- y Bond Issue. Lexington trots. October In .Letters. elusive. One faro roud trip daily, 4th to 10th, via the Queen & Crescent Route. Good until 18th to return. Ask your ngent for particulars. W. C. Rln- earson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. 510 in. A Birmingham workiugman in ado nee of the parcel post recently to send boy homo by mail. Tho his postoffloe, under the rnlo regulating tho conveyance of live animals, was obliged to accept the child and obarg4 e for tb service. niut-penc- Crescent Route. Handsome lithograph, colored birds-ey- e view of 's Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Ridge and portions of the Chiok-amauflcldjas seen from tho summit of Lookout Mountain. Highest style of lithographer's art. On tine paper; plate 10 x 24. Mulled for 10 cents in stamps. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l pass'r agt., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. & Wal-den- Queen ga Ul 'I The unusual success that followed sowing clover need, early and Into and under all conditions will cause many to bo lax and careless thi spring. As a rule rowing is more apt to be too late than too early. It is too much the rule to 60W to miss tho freezes and take the chances against tho drought, when it sician as Dr. How less. would bo much bettor to mako tho greatPotts I don't know, but I know doesn't think so. lie always turns est effort to ocajw thedamngiug result his practice over to l'ile when he is from drought. At least this is tho opincalled out of town for any length of ion of an Ohio Fanner ronvsiMiudeut, time. Indianapolis Journal. .ho makes theso statements: It is tho almost universal plan to sow A Clmrnt'terlado Cry. First Summer Girl You should have v ith somo grain crop, more commonly filept with me lastnight.Tes.. The man vith wheat, sometimes with rye or oats. in the next room kept hollering "Cash! As a rule tho result aro muvituin if MNVii with tho latter crop. If tho oats Cash!" all night long in his sleep. Second Summer Girl Wonder which are fowii for a full crop, tho shade will he is dry goods clerk or foreign noble- bo ttx dense for tho clover. It was demonstrated last year that it was not man? Puck. necessary for tho clover to have a prol'nrliNB (tflN. tecting crop. Only fiom the practice of "Father was a sea captain, you know, nnd after his death a friend gave mother sowing with other crops could havo come tho belief that a sheltering crop is two parrots." necessary. "Do they swear?" Some years ago, working under tho "Not the least bit." foo "How lonesome your mother must belief that freezing w.is tho grvutentharto success, wo waitod till we could be in her old age." Judge. row tho wheat. This usually could not l Another. dono till in April. Sown beforo or Itevivnlist (in eastern Kentucky) Oh, aftvr tho harrow work we were almost young man, 1 come this night to lead snre to get a good catch. Hut wo too Culture you to grace. often mot with lass beforo the droughts Tho Tamo Fawn. Young Knintuck Not to her, preach- of summer were past. With this kind of Although they do not appreciate con er. Lead me to her sister Sal. N. Y. sowing we soon found that wo had no finement in u paddock, it is easy to tamo Journal. asbiiruuco that wo could continue a reg- a fawn, and it make u delightful jx't ular unbroken three year rotation. Fi- until it attains to years of indiscretion. All Hold Lout. "I seem to have lost all hold on him," nally wo learned that under proper con- A tamo roe used to follow tho children ditions of tho soil it was possiblo to jtverywhero round tho old cast lo of Dun- she wailed. The other married lady looked sym- havo ulmost universal success with early j (roon and even up the stairs and into pathetic. "You are not referring," she sowiug. ror 14 years we navo made it tho rooms. One of his little playfol asked, "to his having shaved oft his a study to know theso conditions. Wliiln lows had been obliged to give up his our success has not loeu as com pie to as room to a gentleman who had enmu to beard?" Indianapolis Journal. desirable, still tho failuru has not stay there, and the surprise of the guest Mlvtnken KtMinnmy. such as to cause us to break our rotation. was unbounded when the head and neck "I didn't wear my best hat, for fear Hero in southern central Ohio wo sow of a roe protruded through his half open the rain would injure it." the last half of February or the first door. "Dear me," he said, "ganio must "Well?" week in March, on wheat, of course. "When I canc home, however, it was When it is sown at this timo, wo never bo extremely plentiful in tlne parts!" Vrt uxt ns n kitti'ii wntilil Imi thn a perfect wreck just the same; my cook expect to nnrrow ooioro sowing, most delightful of pets except for its Y had worn it." Detroit Free Press. uim to select a morning when tllO , ,,,fartt,,ifi tit lifiMtitf rtrnwlttt. itttnnnnt ground is honeycombed with frost. Usu- so a roe, and especially a buck, becomes I7n arm tint lie tic. ally on such a morning tho ground will too much of n handful as a pet when "I have no home." the loiterer sighed. The douffhty mllllonalro replied: begin to thaw beforo noon. To get tho "If you had one, 'twould make you blue work done while tho soil is in tho most it grows up. Its beautiful little horns aro both sharp and dangerous, and a What the assessor did to you." desirnblo condition it must bo dono rap- tamo roebuck very nearly put an old Washington Star. idly. Tho machine wo use sows a breadth woman off thu roud and into tho Crinan a nati'iial. i.Ki:iu:ci:. of 85 feet nt n round. canal by its obtrusivo attentions. It Tho point aimed nt by early sowing meant no harm. It really expected to is to get tho seed ns thoroughly covered gut a lump of rock salt, with which it as possible. In this condition it will had usually been rewarded for its 'capass through Bhort warm spells and not resses, but the old damu did not apprebo sprouted. When well covered, it will ciate its uncanny approaches and narnot sprout till settled warm weather rowly escaped with her life. Badmincomes. Tlirco years ago tho hard March ton Magaziue. freezo destroyed a great deal of early Why tha Sky Ia Blue. Bown clover. A good growth of wheat Did it over striko you to inquire why and ryo was sufficient protection to ours to savo us it fair stand, yet it woujd tho cloudless depths of tho sky above 1 havo been prolltable to havo given a us aro so delicately blue? It isn't that light resocding. But as this is tho only the gas wo call air is in itsolf blue. As far as wo know, it is quito transtimo wo havo in our cxperienco mot disLHH parent and absolutely colorless. No; tho aster from early sowing wo shall tho practice. A second advantage bine comes from reflected light. Air is from early sowing lies in tho fact that, nover pure. You couldn't livo in it if it tho seed being covered, tho roots aro were. Countless millions of tiny partideeper, and consequently tho plant cles, chiefly of water, aro always suspended in it, and theso arrest tho freo stands drought better. passages of light. Each particle has a a gotxi ant destroyer is made up of a double reflection ono internal, thn half a pound of flonr of snlphur and other external and so tho reflected "Did you hear what Whimpton's boy four ounces of potash, which aro heated rays suffer tho usual result of what is said when they showed him thetwln?" in an earthen vessel until they aro dis- callod "interference" and show color. "Xo; what was it?" solved. After thoroughly mixing and You will notice that tho sky appears "He said: There! Mamma's been cooling beat to a powder. Infuso this in much bluer if you look straight up gettin' bargains again.' " Collier's water and apply tho liquid to tho inflat- than if you look across toward tho horiWeekly. zon. Tho reason is that in tho first ed places. you nre naturally looking Too Mack to Ask. The crown of England is kept in tho you and jxmr husband Tower of London, and not in tho queen's through a much tbinuor layer of air Lawyer If in tlio second. can't agree, why don't you agree to dis- dressing room. It is never brought out than thcro wero no air and consequently If agree? excepting on grand state occasions, but vapor to Fair CUent (firmly) Never. If I'd whenover a ceremony, Buch ns a draw- no waterytho freoand nothinglight,interpassago of fere with agree to disagree, he'd think I'd weak- ing room or lovee, takes place the queen at midday tho sky abovo would even look ened. X. Y. Weekly. woars u circlet of diamonds in tho form perfectly black and all tho stars plainer of a crown on her head. than at present thoy do at midnight Hound to Vla. Tho distinction among uuimals of re- London Answers. "What under the sun does Hum ply quiring least sleep belongs to tho eleraeuai by btartlng a monthly magaphant. In spite of ita capacity for hurt! Tho Indomitable Qull. zine?" You can no more disconnect thoughts "Last chance to save a big bet he work thu elephant soldom, if ever, sleeps made that he could get hispoenis pub- more than four, or occasionally fire, of tho open sea from thu flight and cry hours. For two hours beforo midnight of it gull than from the masts and cord-aglished." Detroit Free Press. and again for two hours nftor o'clock of a ship or thu brown and gold ArrntiKlug for a Supply. theso misborn mountains sleep. branches of a seaweed nnd tho long, "May I kl&s you for your father?" h. Among eccentricities of gambling was purple fluted ribbons of scawraok. Ilest-los- a asked. explorers of all soas, found upou "a cruol custom of tho highlands, hardHe might and he did. every islaud, inlet and reach coast, "Cholly," fche whispered toon after, ly yet extinct" when Johu Frascr wrote, always enterprising, energetic, of fearless in 1700. Thu clansmen did not play for "did you know that I was a 'Daughter money probably becauso thoy had nono and full of eager vitality, this amphibiof the Regiment?' " N. Y. Truth. to stake but for tho pleasure of ad- ous and indomitable bird might woll be A Nerr I3ipllent. ministering six strokes with a "single cboson for tho heraldio symbol of Great Agnes I put a plaster on Iteggy soled shoo" upon the palm of tho van- Britain if wo had not already appropriwhen he went io oek papa for my hand. quished. ated tho lion. The heart of a sea gull, Meg That was to draw him out, eh? Ilcndon, north of London, has u tav- which is not so largo as an Orleans Agnes Yea, and it also mustered up ern iu a churchyard, with tombstones plum, must have in it all thu heroism his courage. X. Y. Jonrnal. all around it, which has boen kept there of Vasco da Gama, all the curiosity of for man? hundred years and ia the only Columbus, all tlio Joyous buccaneering Mar He Drives to It. Kaleigh and of Drake. LonMabel Una Jack signed tho pledge licensed bouao in such a plaoo. Tho spirit of don Telegraph. original building was burned down 300 yet? years ago, tlio present houso having MaudS Why, no. He never drinks. Mrs. Mahala Miller, aged 04, died al Mabel I know, bnt be may afterTie'e been built soon after thi restoration of CbarlealL Nlcholasvillo last week. married. Town Tople. clc-ln- "I suppose," remarked the bnrcastic housewife, "that in the course of time ice will bo worth as much as diamonds." "Well," replied the, iceman, reflectively, "diamonds are pretty good in their way. Hut you enn't rely on their melting- down so ns to keep tip a steady demand." Washington Star. I'nrle Alien' Opinion. "As to the claim that ice cream will cure the hiccoughs," said Uncle Allen Sparks, "my experience with several young nieces convinces me that the only thing ice cream will cure is the craving for ice cream, and it only does that temporarily." Chicago Tribune. The AVInr lh Watts Is Dr. Pilzo as good a phy- a tircat IMnndvnntnue. ,AvA JUCSBXC? ;the destfind practical use. for wont It It to IJt vtiuititir. ail r CURRENT MISCELLANY. The printers of tiio latter part of tho sixteenth century began to recoguiro tho fact that there was a sound in spoken English which was without a rcprcscntntho in tho shapo of an alphabetical sign or charcacter, as tho first sound in the word "wet." Prior to that time it had always been spelled ns "vot," tho v having tho long sound of u or of two us together. In order to convey an idea of tho new sound they began to spoil sucli words us "wet," "weather," "web" with two u's, and as tho u of that date had tho form of v tho three words above looked like this, "wet," "weather," "web." After uwhilo tho typefounders recognized tho fact that thu double u had cotno to stay, so they joined tho two u's together and made the character now so well known as the w. 1 have a book, says tho writer, in which all three of tho forms of tho w occur. Tho first is tho old doublu v (vv), tho next Is nun in which tho last stroke of tho first v crosses tho Unit stroke of tho second, nnd tho third is thu common w which we use today. Another modern letter is tin letter j. This letter seems to have first cotno into common uie in tho time of thu Commonwealth, though it is found oc casionally in luniks printed prior to that timo. It seems to havo originated in a custom, which hud cotno into fash' ion in the preceding century, of giving a "tail to the hist i of tho Komuii tin mcrals, thus, vlij for 8, xij for 12, a which still lingers in physi cians' prescriptions. The j, liko tho dunblo u, was a needed letter, and when it camu it cnimt to itay. telf fa-hi- FlECEARPEN TIME TO SOW CLOVER SEED. An lUcUouarr iliviikl lie ) arvrptnl. OUT TMH BUST. Dt on appllcat'on to .t-- C. MKKHIA.H CO., G. eay to learn what m word meam. Tho Kaleigh Nowh .1" Obtenrer may at Our ln.lWI.lu.il rrfrtrtirr wrrn 1nrrrij for tnita IvturnrqiulntAnn- wilh the lAtrr r.lltkii) f VrtlT (Urn list in tlm rrirarl luimntklrrtu It theIt un.Unlinit far vlullc, ami Ui aa nolliTtU-tl'mirj. It U It It I lcr the wanted. to the ey to acertaln growpronunciation. trace the th ola unl. caiy - aaaujoiw lSpecImn rsri nprinenriii, Ailroonte l'nr Karlr Sowing lteaaotia Fur Tills Practice. Git vi Jin,, fiihiUher, t.n.A. jX'?MAwLW-mmW'im- DB&K.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Bow-lcfl- 9 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE 'I h ju in ! f .line a'.J mi I lie acr.l irillilhlMliK'.in timiLy iiicmrc ur.c nw.I'Mii'l, llirjr may h:npa rmart lii; i i ntlcii, niiall, tltme rtrc.iin, tn-,- 1 cutlifc .ilint tutirf. fllicl.t ill ' .vritliu.ttictiiioi'rrtnnnriill). It r.iii iieter rrtuni. No imlti, iiohi He -I tit:, ti ilrlfiiliuii frr.in iu.liir tjr iiir lnrllicKl Hi Pm.lcri-nafr.lri nslh rnel. T'i" nertea nro lntl;oratr l.nt I tlio I'IIm i.f tuniiliiioil tctiitnr. n c'litrire, ilirti. ulljr in cviniurnclnic. nn.l nil lliu fimi t. in i rcttn, n i.f iirnuiK ili'liilit) tlity lino Mull II HI boil I letiluctorat ,; ruinflitcii xu, liy r ittmi, ilrrtclm K, r trnruiu liia will ii. .truro ,.u. 3 on. Mill ri Him Uur M.W Ml. 111(11) 'lltt.A'l MINT nli orli tlio Hricturo 1 s s3 nlt iimik-lirnrpici-il i WECURE GLEET 2 liiinc llirir rrnml xlcur hikI tltnlily c iiitiniutly rnpKl ly llila lury ore (rujucnllr I i.Ct nrclc UK ni lliorailioi't XUfrc rrinIcm. tiMirral I All ikno. I linnturnl lie MiinluMxI. NrrtniiftirM, 1'imr M'iu men nro tltf-e- i. Th)unnlf t.uinir nn.l mt.lillMiirr 1 lrfcrrnl I guilts GUAKAN TttD treat We . Allll-Ht'ri.K- Mynllt. wli'ihittninailnit lifiutn.lr c.( .Mrnatul Wmnrn. UurNKW .Mi.inoi) tiu.at.mi;nt miii i tt rely cure toil One thmiuiml ilill.ar fur n cn.o wo nwepl fur trrntnifiil ntnl riiruitriire. Terms tnoUernto lorn cure. IHvaM-mi- f Wc.ik Hark, (lenrrnl llrprc.jlnn. Jjirk H of Vmlnlion. Vn.ieel, Mirtitikrn .1 I Ul; flj Parts etc. tll.Kl.T an.l fnmilr trlio thotttu.e. lion t nil tliry ntio no rwrtciioo In uociorf, inet" M'Cial ilucnic. tltn I nlloir (uark.to rirhnrtit on you. (intilt '4 'rr, lrrilsliility.nl liinr. Smartirprrn 43 Mll.iii, Minkrn Kjrtr. Mlth iUiIc clrtlrr. i W J M Ix-o- MHUTl I t'ONSl I.TATION Kltl.K. 1IOOK-KltKK If unalile ti call, write for OPKSTTOV HLANK 110.MK fur TllKATMKNT. Hl(l.s N.N.VII 11AI. niSCII.MK IXKIIlN'r.Ynn.lllL.MlllKKlMFea.'.. I KYrllll.IS III., IMI'OTKM Vj and niro KMISSIOVH. PKHtrT UI.rlT 1 I Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, riii riir mh I.OUTK. O. "BIG tlrt l.llir KIiil limn 4: TOLEDO AND, DETROIT All Pulntt lu Mlchlk'in. $k 1 m MM CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. Aroldlng the Tunnel ' While City Si Ul." Wl Terminal station. osFB fj"x BOSTON. Waiiertsli-e'lii.JCar- . con-tinu- o DuRvt Parlor 'Car, Vanr Sleeping Can rU (.Viiupartment Can. Klrxant Coicliet a oil IMo luiC NEW YORK. rrl Lara. He aurevoiir ticket via "111(1 KUUU" k o Mccormick, wauuknj lynch A Tkt A . lien. I'a.wmger Trattlc M.T., CINCINNATI OHIO. I'j. t "JU TIT afcaA aTfeaA AalaS TJ." TT aTkaaj) TT fV tilf 1a TT "" Tf ataA afclaat T Aa T1T ft "f atlaafi akSaat T f flf ala iaValaB tttf-Jff4tlf4flftlftl- 'f "T 'f TT "T Tffl THat POPULAR TJtlfrffrfjtT frfr t f TIT tItA tttTTTiTTTTfTTTTTjTTjfTjTTjfl tfftttTiTTfTTTTTTTit; TTfTtTT3 TJfTjTTjti IV I 41 l,f v VV I o 1 tjtTJfTJfTJtl TtTTPwUTS m stir aW stIt0 TjtTtTTTjfI tjtTjfTjfTjtl "TTTT.TTTs H'TlTT.f.UTs yCvV K- 1 Mt sW i uam: j. itiiF.n. Am t'lil(MOa) - II. HACOV, i;; '" T T T T IMmtllliliiiiHIIIHIIIIIIIi;? AaUiaMftMAlalaialaa1&ia aakAa afaAafl W&W V WVPWvWV? 17 IF W TTTtTlTTlTTlTTlf TlTTt4TTT; aAata fta TjrTTTtTTT VP Tf Vi MAftUMAAaMMAlalAlalMa1MAMa1Ala1AMV T TT UT 'JU W V V '4' 'i' ! V n &&!4 (S - theinteriorjournal! Stanhokd, Ky., Octoiwr R 1 HOMENEWS, Danks to-du- y. r N. B. Where you have more than one quality of any drug dercd, and when we do not specify the maker, or- & (fomm ?XLr,' r avm IT nWL fits spoctaelos. in 12, 1897 (Jov. IIin'dman A jckw duo to Bpauk horu .rXt n i .rk $$ktiT) C. Walton, JIusiniws Maxaokk. Hooker's. & stock of gunsj ut Craig SoROHUM cans of all sixes at tilled right and right prices at I'enny'H Drug Store. 'inscriptions are at Warron Shanks'. piwaYS Send the Besfe. . m PERSONALS. prices at Oaig Danville, Ky Winter : Wraps ! Miss Sck Uout la quite wick. Miss Maguik Linvis in Instructing a cliibi in music at Crab Orchard. Miss Xhi,mi: Dillon, of Lancaster, has buon visiting hor gratidmotliur. Daviu Ramiio, of May wood, left for Iiollollowur, 111., to remain. Tjiomps. WiLMtKN, who is working in Lexington, Hjtunt Sunday at homo here. It. 6. DUNNY spent several days at Lexington hist week taking in the trots. Mil. Thomas II. Fox, of Danville, was one of the many court day visitors yesterday. Miss Myktli: Drank, a Clarksvllle, Tcnu., bounty, is the guest of the Missyth-turil- That is the way our orJers to .vholcalers read and that's why your prescriptions are always properly filled here. Some dainty patterns in outingi just received at W. H. Shanks'. &' Prescriitions filled at lowost cash .Ill Hooker's. .TllElutest things in soft and green hats at W. II. Shanks'. still" Mr. J. C. Florence has put a nice wooden awning in front of his store. Three telephone instruments for sale cheap. M. S. A J. W. Haughman. Hkick. 200,000 machine & for bale. Pence brick ready Crooning, Stanford. FOR Sale. Jersey cow; fresh, superior milker and perfectly gentle. Apply to Higglns it McKinncy. ed to make music for i!l$3!l!is:i m X. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. n u I G2 :' vf arm ill 1 Jackets r? Our Clonks tiro all in mid uc hope to luivc an opportunity to hIiow tliein to nil tlio lntlios o( Lincoln county and thuir friondp. Wo liavc all kind-- , clump and fine, all of tliom made since Augiift and in the latent chapcH. Ah wo have alhHtt L'OO variotiiw, it U iiM!e.v to try to give any doriptions. We aro 8trongc.t in lined ot'tim tailoMiiadu coat in black and colors, full fancy ilk lined at 810, S12, SKUOntnl Sin. Wo liave cheapor and finer, hut tliN' are the garinont.s that wo toll nio-- t of, and thoy aro ttyli-- h enough to 'J to 810. picnic tlio iuoit fuptiilioue. t'AlMCS at ovory price, from Seal pluoli eiiHs embroidered from upward:?. I'H'U COLLAKS and ('A PICS in all the popular furs and at exceedingly popular priwv. MASKS' .1ACKKTS in a great variety ftf neat and nohhy shapes at very renoiiiililo price.''. lNh'ANTS' CLOAK'S. AlM.ut 20 very handsome sample Cloak.--, both all white and fanci , at ? I and 8 l..r0: regular prices ST.fiO to 810. Dress Goods Special. We have just put on sale 1,000 yards of strictly all wool ladies' cloth 52 inches wide, in Black, Navy, Browns, Red, Wine, Grays and Mixtures at THE Stanford band has been engagthe soldiers reunion at Ottcnheim Friday and Satures Owsley. Mrs. John P. Jonrs and children day. wontovor to Cincinnati Friday to visit A NEW and good line of tan, green her brother. and heliotrope shoes for men at popuMr. J. M. Ditto, of Henry county, lar prices can bo found at W. II. spent Hoveral days with Mossrs. I). P. Shanks'. and V. II. Hull. IN justice to Marshal Joe A. ShanCol. D. V. Triiiiili:, of Madison, non, I wish to say that he exhibited no silent K'voral days with his sister, Mrs. pistol when ho went to take my uncle, P. P. Nunnclloy. John Stuart, to Stanford for trial. W. D.wMU . Lynn and Ed Hailoy, of A. Carson. the May wood section, loft Friday for J. A. Hammonds & Co., of Hubble, Lultoy, 111., to live. Miss Maud Alliin, of Springileld, want all the turkeys in this section III., is visiting hur relatives, Mr. and and advise the ludics not to engage too soon, as tho birds aro poor on acMrs. M. D. Elmore. count of tho drouth. Ml.8DAMKK W. It. Holdkr.MAN and John A. Wallace, of Lebanon, are visThe grass In 11. J. Dart's yard at iting relatives here. Kowland was set on lire by sparks from MR. J.C. McCl.ARY wunt to Nash- an engine Sunday and as the wind was ville yesterday to take a course of lec- blowing that way it took manful work tures on embalming. to keep the house from burning. Miss Essik Hurcii, who has a THE Ladies' Aid Society of the Hajn school in the West End, was at home tlst church will entertain tho societies Saturday and Sunday. PltKTTY Miss Mamie Moore, of Lou- of all the other churches next Thursisville, arrived yestorday to visit Miss day afternoon at tho residence of Mr. J. N. Menefee. A dinner consisting of Mary Daviess Duddorar. LoiJAN, son of Mr. William a number of courses will be served. Willik Logan, of the Goshen neighborhood, is DiNNER. Miss Mamie Carter will down with malarial fever. give a dinner near James Carter's on frui k Larost ami Most Carofully Selected and Jackets cvur shown In this section. Never wim moro care taken to soouro the very ot values than In the purchase of tho nhovc goods. Braid Is extensively Used and It makus 11 leautlful trimming. WMiroliowlug pliicud mi wilo tho CnjMM Whnvc just Lino of LndlDs" $ t ... H Gapes At $1.25 to $12.50; dackets At $5 to $12.50. We wish to call especial utuntlon lo our 12 or 1.1 different styles of Capes and Jackets at 5."!. We paid wvlal attention to the-- o popular priced K'jods. All i k Is an ln.pi.iloii of our stock before jou buy. a-- fe ij1 l Jjvj ;j SEVERANCE & SONS. Slll The Best Disc Drill Mrs. Cickro Euuanics, of Padncah, Hall's Giii Saturday, Oct. 211, for tho visiting her husband's parents, Mr. purpose of raising money to complete and Mrs. J. Wesley Eubanks. tho church there. Tho price will bo M issks Ukttik Wkst and Until e 2."ic. Preaching morning and afterDotVi of Hyattsvtlle, arc visiting noon. is BEST : MADE ! In renlv to vour Lie Don't Go. Messrs. II K. Weartn & Son. ctanford Gentlemen: letter will say that the Kentuckv Disc Drill elands strictly on Its merits; tho makers light their law suits in court unci not in me papers nun no purcnaser oi mis orui need lear any legal entanglement. Also that other drilN mu.t be dellclent In real merit when their makers seek to scare people Into bnIng-. them. Wo guarantee protection. Yours, llren-nLouisville. Sept. 2. Illuffs wont work. Thero Si C'o.s' Western Agricultural WorkEarmers can see for themselves. N no mistake ulout this machine being an double-geared. Misses Mary and Maggie Noel. Forgery. A. A. Bastin wants to Mr. J. F. Pkttus, of the Preaehcrs-vill- o know by what authority and by whom section, went to Lebanon Sunday his name was signed to the petition to be there in time to hear IJryiin. Thomas Terry circulated asking that Mrs. Thomas Mktcalk, of JessaYoung bo apiointed postmine, came over Saturday to visit her Mrs. J. S. master at Highland. If not satisfacparents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster. Miss Mary Elkin came home from torily ascertained before, Mr. Bastin of the grand Hamilton College sick, but is Improv- will secure the services jury to Investigate. ing so fast that she will return in a day or two. Barn Burned. The barn on the H. V. Hastin, who is attending the James Guest place In Crab Orchard State College at Lexington, spent sev- burned about f o'clock Saturday morn eral days with his parents at Crab Or- ing together with Its contents consist chard. ing of a small lot of corn and feed, a Mr. and Mrs. William Hoyston, of buggy and and a few farming Garrard, wero over Friday to see Capt. implements. harness thought It is that tramps George H. MoKinnoy, who continues who slept in the barn did the work. quite ill. Mrs. Jamks II. Turnkii and little Robert Collier had the place rented. daughter, of Jessamine, aro visiting Fire. The roof of Mrs. Alice Cloyd's her parents, Hev. and Mrs. W. S. kitchen caught lire at noon Friday, but Griustead. quick work of several gentlemen who Mr. J. H. Owkns went to Louisville were passing extinguished the llamcs Friday to make a contract for another before any damage speak of was done. to year, with the Implement llrra for Tho only water on the place wns a which ho works. bucket of slop and pint or so in a wash J. L. Tottkn is back from a pan, but was used sparingly and trip in Southern Kentucky, was quitethis enough. The fire company Wo call attention to our line of Whipcord Coverts in three grades', Tennessee and Georgia, where ho sold was out in a hurry. viz: Tflr, 81.2ft and 8L.r0, all 18 to fi2 inch. Moleskin Suiting, 52 inch, hundreds of Superior drills. Mrs. M. S. Uaugii.man, who has had Mrs. M. C. Saukley, who thinks at $1.2.". to SI. fi(). Twilled hack liroadcloths at 7.'c to $1.25. We hnvo all typhoid fover, after improving very that she lias the handsomest husband the.-- e Minded and they aro belling fa.t. Wo have plenty fast, suffered a slight relapse Sunday In Kontucky, in all the felt so outraged over tho of cheaper Dress Good?. Twenty ftyles of 2."c all wool Dres- Goods. Quan- and was not so well yesterday. pteturo that we printed of him last Mr. Jok Cain who has been living week that she threatened to sue us for tities of goods at 10c, fiOe and 7Te, both plain and fancy and the largest line Drc.vi Goods in Central Kentucky. Dre. Goods in Madison for some time, was here damages if we over used the carrica-tur- e Kvcry piece of our of Mack yesterday returning from Isham, again. Fearing that she might do were brought before the advance and we give you the benefit. Tenn., where ho will likely locate. so and in her husband's court, wo had Messrs. Harvky Helm, John P. our friend, E. II. Fox, of Danville, to Jones, J. T. Embry and C. V. Gentry make us the best possible picture of wero at Lexington last week some on the judge and the result can be seen on business and the others to see the trots. our first page. If Mrs. Saulley doesn't William Kissicic, of Lexington, say he Improved on her "old man," carao over on his wheel Saturday to then wo will confess judgment for any visit his sister, Mrs. William Hamil- sum she may name. ton. He made the trip in a little over Who Is He ? Soino two weeks ago three hours. J. B. Mersiion loft yesterday to rep- a gentleman from tho Green river sec If you didn't read our ad. in the Lvrr.mou Journal of last Tuesday, resent tho Odd Fellows lodge here at tion brought to town u white youth please do so. Our 2fo vests and pants are all full sizes and heavy fleeced. the grand lodge mooting tit Owensbo-ro- . who had mado his home in the corn A. C. Sine, the other delegate, fields around him for several weeks, and "Oncita" Union Suits at JiOc, 05c, $1 and 81.25. Children's all wool, fine steps, leaving him on tho court-hous-e could not go. quality Union Suits at less than half price. You will save enough on the A DISI'ATCH In Sunday's Courier- - the strange young man pulled an ear underwear alone to pay you foi coining to Danville. Journal says that Dr. Cicero Eubanks, of corn from his pocket and ate most whoso wife is visiting in this county, of it raw. This and other peculiar ac was thrown from a bicycle Saturday tions mado the authorities put him in jail, where he remained until Saturday and had his leg broken. The Misses Owsley have issued In- when ho was tried for lunacy. For a vitations to their friends to meet Misses long time ho would not let Dr. O'Ban- Myrtle Drane, of Clarksvllle, and Min- non, who was called in as a witness, nie MeClain, of Lebanon, Tenn., from feel his pulse and wanted to.tlght thoso who spoke 'to him, but ho finally calm 8 to 12 Wednesday evening. Mrs. T. D. Newland ' ed down, tho' stubbornly refused to anSheriff and had been married a quarter of a cen- swer tho questions propounded. The tury Sunday and thoy celebrated the jury decided that he was of unsound day by having a big dinner for a num- mind and Sherltl Ncwlund will take Uo is about him to Lexington ber of their immediate relatives. and sparely made Mr. S. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, 21, rather Tenn., is hero on business connected and is U feet l inches tall. He will not with his father's estate. Tho many dlvulgo his nutno nor tell from whence friends of his mother will bo glad to ho came. Tho olllccrs hero aro anxknow that sho Is in good health and ious to know who ho is and will apprelooking forward to a visit to them again ciate any information that will lead to finding out. next summer. :illli'l;:JllJ:!l UnDGHCAKIDG " '- B. K. WEAREN & SON. w nrrrjim iw jMt.ii i a,m i.n m IJY J. C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. .Saddles, Bridles, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Court-Hou- TAILOR SUITINGS. - m m Room Opposite se Square, Stanford, Ky mmssmtiwwiwwmxnamm two-month- s' Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. Wc are making preparations for n lig output of goods. When you hear our pri- prices you will then know we mean to bell tho goods. Our nim in making these nrices is to reach out and furnish our adioiding counties, which fact Iiaa nlways proven itself where n customer favored us with a call. AVc are hero for bus iness, quick sales and Milan proms. Ladies' & Chi- W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. ldren's Underwear. Branch Store at Hustonvillo, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. (gg$& Danville Ky 'VffnHflHKMfflBlllHiuiaiMBIv BiTTW - M ! -- iP"K wm -- to-da- , pale-face- d rtJi.2; xiAWWkiH - II 111 Mf jm ! K.y"T'KIU'Am.i mmmirr rrM 1'nifMl iBl T!SmW9mmWS' TpP ' K VI mi Ml 2mr-- - tS ' T pany for Infringement. Th Host Ih alwavB Imitated. Tho Suttorlor Is tho Gcnulno Disc Drill. Hiis All other I)Uc Drills uro un exierlmeiit ouL'hly tested and rIvch sutUfactlon. Suit has been entered In tho U. b Court uculnst f rlnL'emcnt on the Superior. Farmers, Investigate before buying. aid an Ucu ono com thor- In HIGGINS & TWI'KINNEY. . -.- T !' L John F. Cash sold to Fred P. Bishop I Do you play whist, euohro or other f0 fat hoge at .'5c. & games? Tho F. F. V. playing card Is THE INTERIORJOURML At Oooola, Ark., water sella nt n cts. ty and made Ills escape. Call on G. A. Swinobroad & Son, better'than any card on the a qunrt. Marshal Iliiiiuin Blanco y Arenas, Hubble, If you want feeding cattle. IN market. Send 1ft cents for one deck or New Orleans estimates its loss thro1 Marquis de l'lonnu-l'lnt- n has supplant Josiah Bishop Bold to a Southern m cents ror two decks, istamps or cur nmt liny, ULbllelio & visa iayo txn A JTxi.Ao.rra the yellow Corn at S.OOO,- - oa- Gen Weylcr as captain general in buyer four fever j mulesnt'Jt.V.J f0. rency) to C. B. Ryan, ass't geil'l pass'r I Order Office and lYcd Ex. Imii.jp, mr the itallroad OJO I'rmslnrf, IViHjl htnt't, I O. P. Huffman bought of J. M. Mc- - agi., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio Cuba. !2 fJCIl "VJCA.lt IN" A.X) VA.CJC - - Kentucky. Henry Green, author of "Mr. John "Tho Sausage Maker of Lakeviow," Roberts a bunch of hogs at to :ijoaud The Somerset Reporter says tho edi- Stuiiford;Street, Utuly . 11 Kleins'. Coil Yard, Mill son, J. urn Mo is uoatl at isasit-vlll- is the title of a new play that brings of Woods & Lynn a bunch nt 3. - When not no paid 032. CO will c charged. ator of tho Burnslde Item smells worse NitUfactliiii Kuannitful. out the gruesome features of the Luot-- 1 The Roller Mills received a dispatch than a last year's rotten cabbage and of Qulney, 111., gcrt wife murder. from Chicago yesterday that October that it doesn't want to associate with fell dead as he was saying grace at Near Cherokee City, Ark., a mob is wheat closed at 8!) J and December at him "no way nor no how." Brer Boone breakfast. in pursuit of two brothers charged with Ml, so W. II. Wearen telephones us. also calls him a ''contemptible liar,' Wil& Bailey, who was stabbed by his assaulting a respectable widow. The TIME sheet At Patterson's sale in Harrison coun and so on. brother, George, in Leslie county, has men will probably be lynched. A letter passed over this division tho ty export steers sold at 45c; Shorthorn since died. STANFOK13, KV., KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Gov. Bradley pardoned Jerry Den- - 8tcorsat$l0 to $1J5 a head; hogs 3.U." other day addressed as follows: Ekof, a young planter, kill ton. an IS vear old boy, who was sent 100 eves $.'1.50 William Sole proirlflnr of IImii'k Muck Plnn.oiid Ilool "Augustus Jones, a cross-eyep 7 10 a m. and scrub, to$li; 20 mules Trains Imtb Stanford at int Ivitlmattw jtunMirM fur juliitliit; wo.nl, ed t omen at a country danco near un from Owslev county for forciby de returning at i 25 j. ui and VM p. m Metal and Iron rwf $t!2eaeh: '20 Satl.Otlou utursiuli-o- l All $30.70; 15 mule Is io wiiom this letter wants to go, roufft iwlntol with IVan'n lllaik lilnnioiid l'alnt cutting for his grub Greenville, Ala. taining a girl of 15. The boy after- colts $17.ii; 4 extra yearlings $70.50 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. w.rraiitixt fur tar. ll,ilor In ClMsrn rump. At Silver City, Idaho." Dr. John Young Brown, of St. Louis, wards righted matters by marrying her, uidiUlvanltol I r,m I'lller. IlUek each; broke mules $10 to $00; 1100 bar12 37 p in The Louisville Times prints the pic- Iron llMlliiur all kind. Oa'tanltslntid No. 24 Train going North of the Mississippi but he was convicted all the same. 3 IS a m was elected president " " No. 26 " rels of old corn $1.57, to $1.00 and 200 ture of Clark Geare, of Monrovia, Intl., 12 01 pin Valley Association. ' feouth No. 25 " The general yellow fevor outlook was new $1.20to$l.:i.'l. 27 p in " " No. 23 ' the only man that was over known to A man under arrest at Botterdam, somewhat Improved Sunday. There Korallirolnts. A big crowd attended court yester- refuse a pension. Every paper In ! tho says ho has killed 15 wives, his parents were five deaths and .'15 new cases at day but TUKO'KM TICKETS SOLD. little was done save talk poll-tic- U. S. should follow the Times' examAll rndtilrlntf UkihI I'mt fur idink fence, HACOAUB CHKCKED THKOUUII. and one of his children. New Orleans; two deaths at Mobile, P. P. Nunnelley had tho only ple. lMt and rallliiit ur lr ft mo tan AihI wnat Dip Geo. W. Morgan was hung at Oma one at Blloxi. Miss., ono at Nitta Yu- bunch of cattle on for anr Information enqulro of wantat iiijr vlorp npur Colar t'wk, un ttin Uc tho market, but he trading Inmi I'rali Orchard to Stanford I also ha, Neb., for criminally assaultitig and ma, Miss., and one at Magazine Point, failed to sell JOE S. ItlCE, Asciit, kctpon hand n ncipplj-nplank fur linclnr. All them. Boone Bros, bought btanfonl, K;. murdering a little girl. Vliuliof liimln-- for tinlldliu urwo; aluulioardi Ala. privately some butcher stuff at 1 to l'c. ami IiIiixIki. All isTaont didiliii: ony arllelnot At his request, three friends of drouth In Western nml Woods & Lynn bought of W. M. llila kind can call on me at mr ttoru npar Cislar The QUEEN & CRESCENT. Crwk. 82 ti. W. MNdLirrON. J. Me Bride, of St. Louis, played Kentucky was broken Sunday, good Dudderar IS Any one plowing up my place for gravel cattle ut :Uc Trains pass J miction City as follows on banjos at his funeral. 4 02 p m showers falling at Paducah, Princeton, Mulo colts, mules and bores wore slow. or liny other material in my nlisenco after No. HSoutu .... U 57 a in 'o. 2 Xorth this if:ite. Ootolwr Mil. lsUT.'l will proseeuto 1121pm "4 " ..... 84Gam " No.S P.E. Studebaker, head of the great Hopklusville, Madlsonvlllo, Henderson 3U SHELBY Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reorls to tho full extent of the law SHELBY, in 1125am " 6 " .....l No. 5 " " 10 " 6 00 a m wtyjou Arm of Studebaker Bros., of aud other places. 8 20 p m V. M 11 i:vks. At Madlsonville tho many sales of hogs at l to :!, u lot of No. 9 " ...,...l'n'irlctor . ., 5 and fi do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 South Bend, Intl., is dead. Note N rain was accompanied by hail. 1, cattlo at 4Je; 500'bushels of ao no rurfea South than Junction City, neither The Louisville Water Company will run Sundays. LIVERY.FEED& SALEjSTABLE Great damage was done in the fash- potatoes at 75c on cars at Burgln. vio they ESTRAY furnish free water for drinking and ionable resideueo district of New York Same paper says that Walter Terhune FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI RY. 10. '07. a my place Thoro I'uino JunctlontClty, iy. washing during the drouth. Sunday by tho bursting of a water bought Monday for Indiana and Penn- rod Shorthorn to calf, I orSopt. hull months old. VIAGEOUGLTOWN. HriMiavi liirnoul. prompt attention, rtry A St. Louis expressman stole a trunk main. Before the deluge of water sylvania parties 11 mule colts at $11 Onnur ran pit him liy iavlii(; fur mlvurtU- rrocoiialile rati'. A siitluii of tour atrnau U A. M I. II. A.M. P.H. III I, IIK'Mia.S. IS containing 312,000 in diamonds, gold could be stopped 10 million gallons had and 47 nt $21. Frank Jones bought a IIIK IWIU Ills KVI'll. rolKtlfully nolUllisl 200 I.tc. Somerset, Arl255 2J5 lt Stanford, Kv. 8 20 " 11 31 " Jet, City. 3 15 1'ieces and negotiable paper. poured into collars and basements for dozen at $10 and J. S. Branegan 4S at fiSO 4 SO ArrC.fOiwtown, Lt 9 35 05 1,1 M? . O C?. 3 00 " 0 30 " Frunklurt, 7 20 115 o. ouimii.--i 3 nan luuuai ui 31 - many squares. ?,an average of $22 o .1 SO 715 by a pickpocket at the Owensboro FOR RENT. 8 40 10 Only one Indictment, was returned Arr Tarls Dally except Sunday fair. Others lost small amounts. raider by the grand against a C. D.UEKCAW.O. P. A Shelby Cilv I ilivtlr,' to mil for lstfs tlu farm I Ho on Former United States Senator John iurv in Bath county. The one man in-- containing 4(1 ncrc, gixd Since Oct. 1st, death has elaimod ntithou..c. Land productive. A Unit mill R. MePhcrson, of New Jersay, died in dieted is David Johnson, who was M ImiI.iik',' In Jersey City of intestinal trouble. Royal make the food pure, wounded in the battle with a sheriff's tin oo of our cili.ons, Mrs. W. O. Alex- ucrt"i In j;rits, TANM:iU Jit , .McKlminy, K. I.. wholesome and delicious. A Richmond, Va., woman has been posse several months ago, aud his bond ander of consumption, Mrs. Mayme Johnson Wilkorson of puerperal fever, put under $.'100 bond in police court for has been reduced to $1,000. FOR RENT. being a common scold, under nn old Heavy showers have broken the leaving m little girl baby, and aunt law. nrrvs of land mllt from KcKln-ncWest. Rain ICizio Wtitklns. colored, of old age. Tnilo drouth in the South aud hus pwxl hou-- c of . rooms nnd gmtd Trunk Patterson, a Grand Rapids, loll Sunday and Sunday night very Mr. Pete Coppago, wife and sistor-ln-laOF IIUOOKU'N, I'or Information applv to ti. Mich., painter, fell from u steeple fully generally in Tennessee, Georgia, AlaMrs. Champitis. of Yicksburiri outlmlldliifes. Klngst-lllc- , A. W.uritn. or Jkssk VAi.Trn. To feet to the ground and escaped un" bama, Arkansas, Missouri, ICausas, Ne- Miss., are still here on account of yel- Stanford, Ky. Caledonian : hurt. braska, Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, low fever. Mrs. Champins has lot a Up to the present time 45 persons Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and Illi- brother-in-laof and mother-in-laZHIEJI-.Xj- O Co., Scotland. I have been killed by street cars in Chi- nois. yellow fevor, and her husband, a doe-toirOUNDICI) 1HOC, 141 have been incago this year, aud is not expected to live. ml col jured. Tho strikers urn going to work Miss Mabel Wright has just returned FARM AND TRADE, will coming. Hace unir orders mi R. B. from Montlccllo, whore she has been that mioii The money drawer of the Bank of Y, Y tlmiik uocau work ourl and lntUnion county at Morgan Held was rob-- , 6 Wanted. 10,000 turkeys, geose and visiting Mrs. Cora Jones Stone, who ou for past favors and kindly al tlrt m .sTMtHtl, K. of Mimo. We liae" bed of $2,000 whilo the ollleials were at ducks. Woods A Lynn. will shortly visit her with her husband, tlnuancethe streets, lint iiwult no sollrlturs POWDER walking ymr otslers. dinner. A. W. Carpenter sold to F. P. Bish- Mr. Ed Stone. Miss Nancy Reynolds vrhlch will Is- neatlj and promrtl IIIIimI. .Absolutely Pure e hae iki cnpllal Don't D. A jail delivery at Shelbyville recent- op a lot of fat hogs at UK". has returned from Mortousvllle, bring- b.u'k link credit for have a telephone In to Wo would ly has caused the fiscal court to decide , 225 feeding cattle for sale. G. A. ing with her Mrs. Mary Morris, her ohicc Us. we can i near lome aim occ oi.r out lis on getting steel cages for the county Swlnbroad & Son, Hubble. l.S-sister. .NOKI.tM). nd." YORK. ROYAl BAWSO POWOCR CO., prison. Dr. Hugh Reid sold to Ruble, of GarThere is no colored school hero on .s.r.Nroi:i. kv d William Shaiu killed Mrs. Freeman rard, an O. I. C. boar for $20. account of the want of a building In All kind) iiftrsiiriBi; dote al rpiis.u.Mc utit Lee at Boync Palls, Mich., and when Home For I. S. Tevis bought here yostorday which to teach. Prof. Condor Is mak l'pliillrtiik' a srUi)r s.imaitlun Uintml, 1 i ing a success of his school at Junction cornered by the ofllccrs he blew out seven mule colts at $18 to $20. his brains. George Woods bought of Luce Bro. City, aided by his assistants, Missus mv deslmldo I offer for sulo prlxatelj FOR SALE OR RENT. Tho Jennie Oxley and Bettie Holm. Tho homo on aUiwer Main strH.-t- Stanfonl. uleo After 15 years tho pistol with which a small bunch of steers at Il.GO. well fenced, well waMostly in house Is roomy, prvity cottage with John B. Fostorsold 25 hogs, HI lbs attendance is 140, tho largest in the yard and good garden and outliouses. and Is i:i(illTV-l'IVACIU-- S one t,ilU. from Crab tered 'and lias all the necessary Improve- Gultcau killed Garfield has been found ments. Wo will sell private! v and on easy at Washington. It Is a British Bull average, to Woods & Lynn at Il'c. history of tho school. Military order lu a most pleasant neighborhood, dill on Orchard on the Nmieret mniiI Will sell GENTltV it HOS. mo on the premises and will take pleasure half or nil or rent for lv terms. I'or iHtrtlcularn dog, 44 calibre. Stanford, Kv. Richard Bibb has sold his crop of to- and precision are maintained. In showing Its manv advantages. cull on ot uddrcs T Ml I'llKN.sON. e 10 MIW. KM.A I'OUTMAN. Born, on Friday night to the wife of department has de- bacco from six acres of land for $1,000. The Cr.ili Orchnrd. Ky cided to extend the money order svs- Mr. Charles Lyons, of Junction Cltv. B. Foster sold to Woods & Lynn John a tcm to any girl, Irene Lyons. Mrs. where such fa a small lot of steers at.'tjc. Lyons T. L. To People Lincoln wus Miss Callie Williams and cilities are desired. MRS U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. Foil Salh. 12 strictly nice Short- her baby enjoys the distinction of havIn Smythe county, Va., Geo. HumIIOWI.AM). KV, AND (iAItllAltl). horn bull calves. T. J. Hill, Stanford. ing six living brother-in-laa.ati caster, : Kentucky. phreys struck his of Has Gone Hack into the Coal lam imylng enfal attention to custom grinding and guarantee to give 3. Miuudsof R. L. Hubble and Fubanks Bros, sold them being Charlie Crenshaw, on tho head ono Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd good Hour ami 10 siunils of limn for each Business, to Chenault, of Madison, 15 of whom is Mrs. S. Williams, of this Porters with a rock killing him instantly. table. Everything constantly on hand the Jelll-c- luishid of wheat, notwithstanding the fact will 80 place, sister of the late Elder Logan AndFulls keep and other t Coals and that wheat Is up. I nm desirous of running meet The St. Bernard Coal Company, of steers at .'1.00. trains. llraucli day and night and will do what I canto By the burning of the Kunsas City Williams, of Hustonvllle. asW tho iatronagoof the pulillc. Stimford please my customers, Earlington, gave its l,S0O employes a mi the wl'l giro mo Coal enn leave orders with friends who want free trip to the Tennessee Centennial Transfer Company's stables 80 horses Rev. Ira Bos well lilled his upoint-men- t J. II. lllgglus, which will receive prompt at- - their patronage. Your-t- o iiIimim', E3IOC3-SMOUlll.N I'ltKH. (illUirtH Cmik. ICy. Eposition. Three special trains were were roasted alive. T I t. IKI.TO.V. nt tho Christian church Sunday tentloii J. E. Wright & Sandusky, of the morning, at which Miss Alma Tuttle provided. Kegistered Splendid NOTICE ! Gold to the amount of 4, 1150,000 was West End, have bought several srops united with the church and was imindividuals Both withdrawn from London and Paris of tobacco at 7 to 8c. mersed at Op. m. the same evening. Oral) Orchard now has the llnost tonnorlnl last Kail's and hog sale of L. Bro. Boswell is a native of Mississippi At the Poland-Chin- a artist in the ctuntrv In tho Hirsiinof Samuhi. Undertaker, El; this Spring's far- - banks for shipment to New York. This IIikkmiiiii who h'andles the scissors - - cow. Prices reasonable. No charge for brings the total of such shipment since L. Dorsey at Anchorage 52 averaged and has preached OS sermons in Ken- Hustonville, Kentucky razor In export tle. Cull on hltn when nnd x ou $:10 and one brought $77. crating. 1? September U0 up to $3,150,000. tucky since June und received into tho want a cloau sluneor sl INh haircut. of Wcat Uncoln John T. Hughes, of Lexington, sold Christian church 120 members. Ho Oflcra hlorTlro to theto sspl Command Mrs. James Thomas, Jr., perhaps the J. M. k H. J. i!cB0BE3TS, Stanford. k of Full richest lady in Richmond, Va., fell to R. II. Williams, of Kansas City, tho will probably preach in Stanford Soon. and Cawy cumuli hand. 33 1), S. Carnter. Manager. down a llight of steps at Asheville, N. saddle gelding. Nutter, for $500. PIANOS ORGANS. A. S. PRICE, John Steele, of Jessamine county, C, and was killed. She was the mother-inVICINITY NEWS. Dicker Ilros. i'lanos. Surgeon -law of J. L. M. Curry, former hus a pear tree in full bloom. It has ' IIiilnos ros'. I'lanoii, Dentist, borne one splendid crop this year. Klllngton I'lanos, minister to Italy. Mrs. Judith Kustis was burned to D. II. Ilaldwln l'liiiiiH, John R. Gentry and Robert J. low- death in Jessamine by her dress catch-In- jr Harvey Shoemaker, of Xenia, O., I'lschur i'lanos, Ac. Stanford, Ky. team record at Glenn Falls, melted a half pint of lead and poured ered the lire. Iiitoy Organs, Hamilton Organs und other Offloorcr Mcltoberts Drug Store lu tlitl Owsley It Into a clay tube filled with water. N. Y., Frlduy by going a mile in 2:03. Makes. Hufus Todd severely cut a man, namUulldlug. Seo my Ooods and tint Mv l'rleos lluforu ou An explosion followed and the hot lead i The steamer Purls, which left South, ed Little in Madison, after Little hud tiiy. JO W. T. WHlf K, Ural) Oruhanl. put out both of the youth's eyes and hampton last week had on board tired live shots' at him. ! JOII.H II. I'jkSrttMA.NJ. The Centre College defeated tho in gold consigned to New York 3DK. B. TPTsmmrsr, badly burnedofhis face. A.U. I.AMIUH. Tho court appeals has reversed the houses. Franklort foot ball team by a score of -case of John D. Young, Jr., of Bath T. P. Dunlap has bought during the 5 to 0. Neither side was ublo to make county, sentenced to 18 years In the past few weeks 75 mules, feeders, at a touchdown. V7bh- - "'rB penitentiary for killing his cousin, prices ranging from $10 to $100. MidHartlo it Son's saw and planing mill Certainly does tho work, Wo have, al- Plyn Fassett. The murderer is a son way Clipper. INSURANCE COMPANY ready had in Casey burned together with 7r,(X)0 of tho feet of lumber, causing a loss of $.1,000. W. 1'. Ui vens1 Three Bars won at t Stanford, t Ky. Lvungcllna Cisneros, the beautiful OF LIVERPOOL. Saturday, selling.'! to 1. R. II. Jellico miners are leaving with their Oficoon Lancasteratrcct at Residence. Cuban girl, is no longer a prisoner. It Bronaugh's Kitty B. came second in families for Alabama, having abandonhas been given out that she escaped her race at 8 to 1. ed ull hope of gaining their strike inBMBEE Si CaSTLEMK. I h&xe opened a shop ut the. forks of tho from the Casu do Recognidas but it Eugene Leigh will close out his La augurated May 1. HuhUiutIIIo and MIUtHlgcvlllu pikes, near could have only been accomplished by Belle stud in Fayette. He- - sold Jolly Dan Curry, who killed Drummer Mr. K. Iteld's and am piepared to do all MA.NA(.I;ltS, And htlll tho good work goes on. tho connivance of the olllcers. fclndsof Bird, 2:151, the other day to M.' W. John Corley at Corbln last June, set A day ago Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Webber for $2,500. Oommcrco Building, Louisville. fire to his cell bed In tho jail at WilBlacksmithing and Woodwork, Gleason or two walking together in were 0 and liamsburg und was serlotibly burned. the The corn crop was damaged Bros., McKinney Afcintj Tlirougliout the outh. At the lowest prices and In tho best manner. suburbs of Newport, when a follow the tobacco crop 10 per cent, by the Prisoners gave tho ularm and tho lire all my work. I will take all I guarantee "W. to reports to tho was extinguished. Sclnds of country produco, except for horse came up and arrested tho luiHband, drouth, according shooing which Is CO cents, cash. Pleaso give taking him off. Soon after tho woman State commissioner. Tho case of tho Commonwealth Iocnl AKi'lit, too a riharo of j'our patronage. was seized by rullians and 11 of them The Latonja Autumn Prize, vuluo against Dan It. Drownfield for mnli-clo1 o. n. MAYES. TO- AWOKIl Stanford, - . - Kkntuckv. assaulted her in succession. They were 82,000, was won Saturday by White wounding was dismissed at tho 37t: arrested and only escaped tho Iynch- - Frost. Lou Bramble was second and instance of Win. Lattln, tho prosecuPROPERTY OWNERS. ing they deserved by tho olllcers hur- - Eugenia Wilkes, third. ting witness and injured man. Tho 1 rying them off to the Maysville jail. in case of tho lad, James Coleman, for At a public sale of Polund-China- s Aro von Insured ? If not, why not? Thou W(& o j The department has tried Carroll county, 111., 40 averaged SlIUS. stealing a hor&e was continued, the sands ot dwelling aud barns good as iiuih WV? the pneumatic tube for the delivery of Tho highest price wo $1,000, which judgo declaring that it v.as a hatd mail mutter in New York City and sum was paid for the yearling boar, thing to send a l.Vyear-olboy to tho DKALRIt IN found it a most useful adjunct. It Union Chief, 41101, by Hapi- - Union. State prison. Harrodsburg Sayings. was found by experience the other day Farm Wagons, PleasWhat's tho mutter with a team race : i Hvury ear. Involving tho loss of millions of iiitiii ll..,t It i, II a mat ib looit uearty an nour to genu a between John R. Gentry and Robert J. This week promises to be a lively dollars.j Why should jou expect toescapo telegram from the to the and Star Pointer and Joe Patchen 'i ono at tho Tennessee lOxpositiou Twenty-n- from i ear to year ? Vehicles, In"entor's Jtaniiol, a book containing produce exchange, while a pneumutie Such a race would attract peoplo from ine ici-- : patents, events are scheduled, beginProperty May Burn 'Your uiiiuu in procedure, etc., and carrier made tlie round trip in less than all over tho country. ning yesterday with tho presentation oitwrinformttlon. nt er:ic stamp. Within a year, within it mouth, within ' ':ft nreP ll " garter. I" Edition to Rilmu Won tho great Transylvania of a statuo of Commodore Vaiu'erbilt hours. Why should jou oxpoo tin m cu.... i,.i jiurriiasiTB mr iaiPiun procured ""' iiianur iliu pillHUJiailC IUO0 Will stake ut Lexington taking the three to the university named in Ins honor, mulation of ours of honest toll to Iosh liy . .,,.., ....vnruuc'i ouicuK in an tne carry dross suits, cats and eggs. It In nil it last of seven heats. The Monk, who Hev. Sim Jone6 will celebrate his a single llro.'whlch a can destiov patronage High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. 4riu .sill CilUt e.u din ah foreign countries. ot jour V! practically puts tho whole of Now got two heals, was second, and Bush, 00th birthday, Oct. Kith, with un elab hour Solicitingliessharofully, VtOC7iLD73 PROCRESS. pect Ooods Warrnnted as Heprcsenteil. Olllco on O. J. Lailbt, Manager, -York under one roof, and will send the third. Ovtr $200,000 was in tho pool orate dinner at his home at Carter-vlllJInlu Street, opposite Klmoro's Store, C21- S7 PL'Jtr, CT., CINC1MNATI, O district messenger boy joke into perJESSE D. WEAKEN, Ga., to which many ptomlnent box on this race which was the greatStiinfotd, Kentucky, o jure ia rietiHon tltU iapor, manent retirement. Stanford, Kyi est for years. The best time was 2:08. men are Irvitcd. General Agent, News Briefly Told Win. Kkof killed two men at a country dance near Greenville, Clay coun- fiO-eo- NOEL DEKLERS SON, COHL, -- - two-year-o- I .'1 e. James-Humphre- Oil 1 J. T.Jones, mm w m, . d 1 cord-woo- d lt Jl-tf 1 s. 3STOTICE f Ed-wa- rd ten-week- s' A Wetrnins:. r 1,000-poun- d h . d A 1 rtl-- I 1 toll-gat- e FIRE INSURANCE 1 diM-lllu- fil-- St PMfflOTX Insurance Company, Insurance y; i Is-l- m w w r, of 1m - MAHON Agt., - 01-- PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Srailh. H. NC sale:. 305 Acres Fine Land FOR Illuo-Gras- Pretty Sale. m , s, K I V post-oilic- Mason Hotel n first-class. post-olllc- o 1,100-poun- d SHELTON, the of grand-mothersfo- great-grand-mothe- 1,100-poun- d o. Ix-s- JuZJJLTHl Du-roc- s. J. T. SUTTON, m K S& g Am 1 1 Spot Cash. UndeivBuy 00 W. Under SELL dentist, La-ton- ia Customers Come 50 Miles, Tanner A. THIBBLK, a2-o- us fiTENTi a ? I Ml post-olllc- 1 rpc?ngyjp;sow r . M I d Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning J. B. HIGGINS, ure . k- iraura iiSvM,-y- li a- 1 post-olli- -- ... '"t0 .... ce -- Agricultural Implements, " V e, .... J. L. TOTTEN. Sai.lsm.in.