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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897102201 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. i.MiH8ii..i. T 1W JlliiWt hiiQ' W..,,!- - f.-- - - rjvTj-'i- SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVJ. MflTWMONIfiL. A Minnesota limn murdered hid wlfo nnil two children and committed Bill-cld- o. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1897. VICINITY NEWS. a NO. GT MT. VERNON. Noi-London HUSTONVILLC. Mr. and Mrs. Jensu P. ltllTo and Mrs. Dr. It. T. Itatiiboy will move back to' Mli-- LldaCook ia attending tho mal school at Morehcad. This la un- - T. L. Carpenter are visiting the famifrom Danville. Mlscreanta "pled" tho type of tho dor tho auhpicos of the Christian church ly of Dr, James ItiiTo in Covington. Dr. Bertie Carpenter reoorta no Imd should be well patronl.ed by ita The present term of the elrcult court Harlan Time at Harlan. mlm.ij niQiubora, balmr thorough in every re provement in Dr. Brown's condition. llin Holion unii on at I'adneah has lli. divorce cases al Jollioo, were killed by falling slate. ' respect. Mr. J. W. Nosbitt has been Mrs. Chadwlok, of Qulr.ey, is visiting the docket. Hiram Hurst and George Kennedy vUtiug relatives near Orlando. Mr. Mrs. V. II. Morse, Kdward Stilllor, of Solum, Ind., shot IwIUwell, James P. Goode. J. and killed himself because IiIh sweet- fought at Snlder's Switch in Madron, ' and Mrs. B.J. Bethurum have return- U' Wen9 uml 0t,ler8 aru hllvl"K urtiil1 0(1 f,om il tri) l0 Lou,svlllu- - M,b- WIU and Kennedy was stabbed to death. heart jilted him. tinny inoo ui In n light about a girl at Helen's Stark and daughters have returned to !' and ShcrtIT V. C. Adams, of Casey, " "" inei. Miss Li.zle Uowoof Hussell, were mar- church, nour Somerset, Bob and Irvln Llvingaton. Mr. W. J. Sparks was in Aiuwuro liavo openetl n new recently. Kldor Farror Langford faUilly shot and cut Jim Cha-no- Louisville ried Wednesday at Jamestown. preached hero Sunday. How J. Whorl htock of general merchandise at M. J. Spalding mid Miss Annie, the Prosbyterian church Kinney. They occupy tho building nd-- a The Into Col. Thomas II . Hanks, of daughter of K. 11. Lancaster, tho rich joining tho Commercial IIolol. banker and distiller, woro nmrrled at Lawronrobtirg, In his will gave his old week. 'mea v. 1'elley and Joe Harrison It Is with sadness that wo chronicle colored body servant a tine farm well Lebanon. caugnt nuout .ju pounds of green baes the death of Mrs. H. A. Kupport, who A follow hiiH brought Milt for divorce stocked. Jerry Morris, who was shot In the formerly maided here, but at thu time 1 hursday near Dunnvillo. The largest young wife of 17. at New against his neck at Hickory Nut. Pulaski county, of her death lived In Now Orleans. weighed a little over four pounds. boy as York, naming a The pole? are being erected by Conby Fountain Trowltt, dlud of his She was one of tho many victims of tractor J. T. Sutton on the HustonvlUe that fearful scourge, tho yellow fever, Frank Iloldorman, three tlmoH a wound. Trowltt Is still at large. d Powars Store telephone line. We John Sams, a wealthy citizen and which is devastating tho South. After 87 years old, wan married widower and expect to have samo in operation by a few at Lakeview, Ind., lo Ml Salllo Jenk- merchant of Ivttill county, died sud- only with days' Illness shu died Oct. Nov. 2. her sorrowing husband and denly and his wife and .eke King arc Uth, ins, just 'JO. A fair sized crowd attended the salo daughter, tilth, at her In jail charged with MIonlug him. Clcoa'u Denny, aged 21, and Miss Sparks from a Cincinnati Southern side. Hor devoted mother, Mrs. Jen- of John Hynicrson, Wednesday. The' of thu Otton-heli- n Hrown, IS, ImUi Heheci-bidding was not very spirited but fair section, will be married at Tino locomotive started llres which burned nie Ash ford, of Lexington, Ky., had 2Dth pricos woro generally obtained. lie fiOO acres of grass and burned or killed preceded her. having died on the Hrown's toilay. will move to Danville to educate his Judge and Mrs. M. C. Saulloy an- 200 lino forest trees for J. C. Caldwoll of September of tho same disease. Mrs. lteppert posioaed many excellent boys. nounce to their friends tho engage- In Boyle county. An entertainment under the elllcient Adole, to The pupils of the Danville colored traits of mind and character, waa a ment of their daughter, Miss The marri- public school bring thoir water with fond wife and loving mother and leaves management of Miss Margaret BenItov. Sanfonl M. 1Ogan. them in bolllos since the wells in the many friends to mourn her untimely nett, consisting of music and recitaage will occur Nov. 2il. tions, by the Junior Endeavor Society, At Lexington, Mrs. Lucy Hudson, a vicinity of thu school have gone dry, death. Miss Mattle Williams is vUiting rel- will be given at tho Christian church di- says tho Advocate. great grandmother, was granted a Dynainiiv, a pistol and a roo were atives in Nashvillo. John W. Miller Friday night, 22d. vorce and Jfi.OoO alimony from her Fully .'100 people attended the sale of a wholunlo liquor found In thu cell of John Miller in tho has had a ear load of barrels hauled to W. L. Kmlson orchard near town. It. G. the lato Major Rigney at Phil and fair dealer who la woll known In Stanford. jail at 1'iiieville. Miller was Indicted his Williams, the popular candidate for prioos prevailed. Old corn sold at for murder. It la believed ho contemThey wore married in ISjI. county judge, is making friends dally $2.2.'j; new corn in pen at SLOT, to jJ1.7o: Presley Smith, aged 4l and twie a plated blowing up the jail. lunli-- , a maiMrs. Mary Hughes, wlfo of William and adding to the bright prospects of hogs :ic: horses $10 to 900; cattle, hay, widower, and Miss Salllo Are., up to market price. den of .10 mitmiiuM, wore married Wed- Hughe, of the Gllcher House, died success. M,r. and Mrs. Hugh Miller James B. Cook has sulllclcntly regroom 1m from JosMunlno Saturday evening of cancer of the liv- and interesting children aro visiting nesday. The covered from his recent sevcro illness county while tho bride live near l low- er. The remains wore taken to Ports- tho family of Mr. Monroe Fra.ure, Louisville. They will attend the Nash- to be able to start for homo the Iat of mouth, O., hor old homo. Advocate. land. They met for tho tlrst time at .1 Capt. John H. McBrayor, tho Ander- villo exposition while away. Mrs. J. this week. Judgo Win, Myers, we are o'clock TuoMlay afternoon and at "MUs Salllo" had agreed to become son county distiller, and Ms wifo, cele- 11. Klrby, of Stanford, has organized a Informed, has traded his elegant and ela-- a In elocution hero. Mrs. Klrby llnoly improved farm near Kidd's stoic bin wife. A young man named Tutor, brated their golden wedding Tuosday. who Uvea on James Topples' farm, They have never had any children and comes thoroughly prepared for the no- for C. C. VanArsdalo's mill at this intixt have experienced a dry and ble work in which shu Is engaged and place. brought about tho match. we bespiiak immense success for her TheWoolon Mills at Phil are run.1. S. Harris dreary time. Several months ago, The State Bank and Trust Company, hure. Slio already has a good clans, ning full time and have more orders In Gratz Park, murdered Thoa. Merrill Lexington, when hu caught him wltli of lliclunond, has Hied articles of in- but desires to have others enter nt than they are able to till. They rehit arm around his (Harris1) wife. Tho corporation with the secretary of Statu, ouco. Mrs. Ella Baker and daughter cently sold $1,000 worth of wool. Quite killing created a great M'twitlon at thu Capital JI.'OJXK): J. Stono Walker. It. aru visiting In Livingston. Miss Sun- a number of new cottages aro being lime and tho woman wan Mild to bide F. Turloy, John B. Cheiiault, J. A. shine Lusk, who attended school at the built near their plant. James CotToy Son have dissolved partnership at decidedly with the man who wan kill- Sullivan, W. T. Tovfs and K. D. Bal- college here, has returned to her home at Grays. Mrs. George Cook, of Liv- Yosoinltc. Tho son, Jason, will leave linn, howover, dried her tears lard, incorporators. ed. She Hon. J. Seed Smith rojiortod to tho ingston, and Master Johu 'Lair, are tho for Florida next week, where he will for In m and tho news cornea from Lexengage In the grocery business. ington that hor husband has taken her grand lodge thai he had raisud &I0.0O0 guests of Judgo Lair. While in Livingston recently wo had The jMjlitleal sea In the West End to his heart again and they are living for tho old Masons' Home to bo built near tho Masonic Widows' and Or ihe pleasure of visiting the school moves quietly on without a murmur. now aa happy as a big suntlowor. Mr. William S. Fish apd Miss Aleno phans' Home in Louisville. Ii will taught by Prof. Dickoison and MUa There booms to be somo uneasiness on l seems the part of the rails. Recently they Denton, of (Jarrard, were married in take $20,000 more and Mr. Smith thinks (ieorgla McFerran. to be in a nourishing condition averag- held a seance at tho colored school-hous- e tho Myers House parlora Wednesday at he can raise it in two years. Ha is one hero. Among the noted (?) orahigh noon by Kldor Joseph Severance, of the most ardent Masons in the Slate ing lW: and we think the citizens have MUa Katie Den- and puts his whole soul in tho work of cause to feel proud of the educational tors wo aro reliably informed was a Mr. Carlos Fish and facilities of their town. We also at- man by the name of White who so diston, brother and sister of tho pair, act- raising the funds. tended the Christian church whero a gusted the larger part of tho audience ing as bout man and lady. Aftor dinlarge congregation listened to tho ex- by his low, dirty vulgarity in referring RELIGIOUS. ner at that hoMolry Mr. and Mr. Fish cellent sermon by Elder Dickson, of personally to Mr. George B. Cooper releft for Nashville, where they will Itov. G. YV. King, of Illinois, will Williamsburg. A Christian Endeavor and family in his talk of lo minutes main bovoral daya taking in the aJghts bride, who ia a preach at Mt. Xcnia at .'I P. M. Sunday. has boon organized recently and the that without exceptiou our colored of the exposition. Tho It would tako 17 yeara to glvo each young people aro now preparing Jfor a citizens say and I have asked several daughter of K. It. Denton, la a beautiGeorge Cook, ono that woro present that it was outraful lltllo brunette of many accomplish. woman of India a Bible, giving them temperance contest. of Livingston's most progressive citi- geous and disgusting. Our colored citm.Mita while the groom la a morchani ol tho rate of 20.000 a day. The Christian church at Nicholas-vlll- zens, tells us that all they need there Is izens are a higher class of citizenship of Taint Lick, a good business man and to make the town com- than ho gave them credit of having atof which Elder Iloberl G. Frank our court-housn very clover gentleman. plete. Mrs. Tilitha Greaham Is selling tained. They are not cannibals, brutes C. Gooch and Mlsa Ora Cald- la pastor, contrl tinted $'.) I0.0." to Cicero lots across the river at low prices and nor Fiji, nor that class of degraded, last year. well, daughter of Squlro K. H. Caldto rent at Ignorant and depraved beings he hud - houses can not be obtained uov. t. i). uiitelier closed a prowell, Jr., both of tho Waynosburg T. D. trautcd meeting at the Christian any price. Houses rent easily for $10 supposed them to be from the idculcts were married In Sheritf u by church at North Middlotown with .':! Kir mouth. Mrs. VanNuys and Mrs. rot harangue he delivered. On the Newland'a olllco in the Sambrook aro visiting in Covington contrary, our colored people aro a quiKldor Joaenh Severance yesterday af additions to tho church. et, peaceful, Intelligent, hard working Itov. Howard L. Jones, brother of ternoon, Tho couide went to LouisYollow fever continues to assert It- and people, republicans by meeting Itov. Carter Holm Jones, Baptist, has ville witt thu expectation of attending tho accepted a call to an Episcopal church self at New Orleans, Wednesday's re- conviction and truo to their principles, her father, who ia thoro cord being six deaths and (10 new cases. pay their debts and with too much Grand Lodge of Masons, and marrying property being worth over 200,000. There were two deaths at Mobile and there, but the old gentleman could not Water Is so scarce at Parksvlllo that eight now cases. Now cases were re- principle to talk about their neighbor be found and they eamo here and mar- Itov. Ira M. Boswell had to tako his ported, though in smaller numbers, behind his back in a way that they ried aa above stated. Tho brldo la a 20 converts to Danville to be baptized from various Infected towns, Wayne would not to his face, whether friend or foe. handsome blondo, noted for hor sweet in tho pool at tho Christian church. county, Miss., has quarantined against noblo trails and la one diaposltion and Itov. W. K. Humphrey has just clos- Meridian, Miss., because of rumors of Tho director of the mint reports of the most popular ladies ol her sec- ed a meeting at Ziou, near Columbus, yellow coinage during tho year as follows: fover. tion, while tho groom ia a clover, In which there woro 110 professions. Waller Harris, of Tazewell, Tenn., Gold, $71,010,70,"). Silver dollars, man with a good eye to busi- Ho Is now ongnged in a meeting at Subsidiary silver, i:i,124,OSJ. caught his erring wifo and hor lovor ness. They were very happy after tho Brown's School House, near Paducah. in a cavo and building a lire in tho Minor, !SV09. The silver dollars Jcnot was tied and hero's hoping that Bishop Keener, of tho Southern mouth of It, smoked them out. When coined were from silver bullion ou hand their cup of joy will always be as full. Methodist church, is quarantined at they approached him ho Illleil them purchased under tho act of July 14. slugs from a couple of shot guns 1S90. Tho total coinage of silver The mayor of Hlrmlnghaui has or- Ocean Springs, Miss., by yellow fover, with escaped. from bullion purchased under that dered from tho city several hundred and asked Bishop Ileudrix to hold The earnings of tho Louisville end act, from August 13, 1S00, (dato tho law Tennessee Conference on Oct. 20, refugees who lied from Montgomery the of Motion increased $20,000 in Septem- took olTect) to July 1, 1S07, has been because of tho yellow fever. Tho list at Shelbyville, Tenn. pieces, containing .r:,172,UoO Slnco 1S20 tho Methodist Episcopal ber, which shows that Genoral Agent includes the State olllcors, and they .ill,-..- . . ......nna nf rtr.?lr.. i'.l K'lO Nashvillo, At- church has received $."12,000. YM.'M for Newman and District l'assenger Agent lUMULUO Ul UIIU (1IAtl, kVOltll HUlIJtlM,must leavo tho State, as t I F. H. Uacon aro not letting anything 101, giving u &uiiuuriio oi At tlti 3ii,io, lanta, and Louisville aro tho nearest missions; in 18S7 tho society reached :i22. the million line. It has never fallen get away from them. hospltablo cities. 5'- penitentiaries and over In Iceland there are no prisons and Tho most marvelous feat of engineer- below that lino since, and last year tho There aro - United States, 0 the inhabitants aro so honest in their 17,000 jails iu tho amount was $l,26M,G08.5:i. ing was accomplished In Philadelphia persons were incarcerated in tho habits that such defenses to properly Notwithstanding a certain faction of week', when an iron bridge span th la 1802. Tho criminal expense to as locks,bolts aud bars aro not required; 242 feet long, 2.", foot wide and weigh- tho Baptist church la trying to down year country is not less than 8100,000,-00- 0 nor aro thcro any police in the Island. ing 1,700 tons, was removed and anoth- President Whltsitt for asserting his- tho Only two thefts aro known to have a year. er substituted in tho short space of two torical facta aa he II mis them, the business has been almost entirely been committed there In 1,000 years. Southern Baptist Theological Semi112 seconds. minutes and Judgo Barr sustained demurrers In Montgomery, Ala., on ac-- J Tho richest church In tho world la nary has moro students this year at suspended at of tho yollow fover scare. Poo- - 33 counts In tho indictments against tho Orthodox church of Russia. A mis- this dato than it had last year at tho count plo have left tho city In large numbers. Uauker McKnight at Louisville, but as sionary says that It could easily pay same date. Senator M. llanna's big steel iteatU' tnero are oi yeno oo uisposeu oi, .Mr. Near Bryantsviilo Sunday a very tho National debt of 1,000,000,000 and novel colored baptizing occurred In tho or Cambria, with 11,000 tons of iron ore, McKnight Is far from being a freo revnot bo Impoverished. Ita largest during thick weather on man. enue ib from tho sale of consecrated Kentucky river. There woro 15 men went ashoro In Africa JUS languages and loll diaMichigan. Tho Cambria is valand women to have their sins washed Lake candles. lects aro found; Into only about 70 of ued at $100,000. An Ohio girl was convulsed with away and they all woro white caps and The Loutgort jury at Chicago has these has any portion of tho Bible been laughter over a funny story and has white robes made mother hubbard btyle Ineobsantly over since, witli belts. They formed in a lino somo been out slnco Tuesday and aro said to translated; 500 of them have never been been laughing opposes reduced to writing, though doctors have tried to stop hor. distance from tho river and marched be hung by one man who alone Tho urea of California is more by 70 Tho caso has created great excitement. down to the water, singing tho song, conviction. opposition of tho faculty has square miles than tho combined areas Tho "Go wash in the Beautiful Tool." Tho Tho "Year Book of tho Jews" Nearly pool might have been beautiful, but caused ilio foot ball teams of Kontucky of Now York, Pennsylvania, Michigan 11,000,000 of that race. tho State College to and Connecticut. It is 770 miles long 0,000,000 llvo under Itusslan jurisdic the 15 woro fur from it after their University aud , and 330 wide. disband. I plunge into It. ' rxK'ni.ii j i; It's All Over Now ipi i -- i"vi j.iitLn.Mftwi m w That we have the Finest -- Line OF- - - y. i"o: 'n io Men's, Boys & dren's Clothing At Lower Prices than ever known Better goodts and lower prices we give you and save your toll to Danville. THK DELIGHTS OK TI..SM3. J. L. Fkohman & Co., Danville. three-year-ol- d 1 &i a & :;. ( "." " V.UQI, Hilp-tulT. AQ hnil ULJ, I A:. :T xYr ""' " -"- - id; ij JQLb, Oil uW, at the prt')iarvd to Vkm :fi In fact nil kinds of Mixed IVod til II : LQWEST MARKET PRICJE. ?' are Wf Mi Than any one and now hus-ban- d, Sell COAL U laie tlm Unii? to buv lwforu prices advance, Cheaper m yS and see t's. fil J. H. BAUGHMAIM & I 1 CO. m t'omo 1 FLOORING, METAL ROOFING. T ( A. CSIME, CEILING, 0 SIDING, Y &K V rji 71 $STl&y -- STANFORD. KSf. Oto'X FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. IU Tho-schoo- i K X1 v& 8 Emkmsmwm WINDOW GLASS. Our stock now comjik'tu at Loivuit fash Prices. Kl a ri t. m m ,Wi I DRUGS, BOOKS $ Kvury I & V AND STATIONERY J.:iti.t Style In Writing Paper. K3 x m m m r$ 'i thing New and Tablets and Cards. R K4I il v. !ti !Ti tfl W. 3. MoSlOBEKTS. DKUGG 1ST, STANFORD, KY. 0 c, u mli-slo- If ns Where to Send My Girl to School ? IP Scud Her to Stanford College. see-lio- n, court-hoiib- God-fearin- g Coui-mof Study In all departments. It has trained and, experienced tuach-o- r. It has all needful facilities for tho thorough training of plrU In all grades. It was established for the welfaro and convenience- of Stanford and Lincoln count v. Let all tho people of Stanford and vicinity, Instead of dissipating their Inlluenco Iiy patronizing other schools, rally around the College and glvo It their united and hearty support. Ne.M sslou'opom Sept. Gth. for full In format Ion call on Mrs. Saullev at tho collego or YVM. S HELTON. I'iiesiokxt. write for catalogue. It lias full A Warning. W. M. II Any one plowing up my place for gravel or an'v other material In my absence after this tf a to, October Mil, lsUT.'l will prosecute to the full extent of the law. "BIG KOL'Ti:. The Heat Lluo toaiul From 4: i:vks. TOLEDOAND DETROIT AU,rolntaluMlchlgau. 1. dol-la- rs 44 ! T44 444 : :44444ii-4ii;t j'4 i 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4 $o ft 4 M CHICAGO. "White City Ho5t : 4 l ;444i44Mi44 .. Jlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. VII MI '.I .H - ST. LOUIS. Arolilln? tho Tunnel Ttrmlual Statlou. Scial." ,"t BOSTON. Warner , ii3 4 k 4-- IV u.i.in 1 r :ii u.i l& II - -- .&. ,, .1. -, k ,f -- NEW YORK. llunVt I'arlor -. I 1)00,-00- iVi v O.iS oT; m 'Vl 1 !!! aVJ ;; rfkAa B Z J. .1. . k ' i (.omparlmeutCars, Ing Can. Cai, Wastiirr Sleeping Cars, Elegaut tWlies I'rl7 aud Pin 1 1 tU "HIO FOUR" McCOIlMICK. WAItltKNJ. LYNflH IViwngurTrjilio Mr , Asi. (!eu. I'ass. A. Tkt. A g CINCINNATI OHIO. K O. Hu iiire your tickets read 4 MS. TfMUiBVt jH : : : miTu: :4ufrMfo444i4; -- i.Ti - itit i in i mi mil ill I HIM I , nr f t f V ' ; : I Wksmsmi THE Qt,UE-0nA33 KRQ :: : ;4iiiiiii ik&u&iU & l)i hD".jt gV,3i laiHt,lJi I.MII.BIHII1 Mvnndod i. Thoroughbred Buroo Jersey W) BOBS I re-jior- ts A444M 3hi w!1 :: o 5Iy hreilors woro selectcil from the txnt licrdiol of this famous lirttsl of swiae la kevcral States A splendid lot of 'l.ii of ilttltrf ut sgra for alr. llrvd sows a specialty. Satlsf.ictlon guaranteed Addrcu : ;4i4-4i;k4i4444i44- R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Ky. tion. . T. M. Boone sold In Cincinnati Wed10 cents authorized by tho last session of the Legislature, but It does not pro- nesday a car load of butcher stuff at 2 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL vide for payment of tho $100,000 appro- to 3c A groat many hogs are dying of chol-eipriation for reform school. Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr., has lost Stanford. Kv., OcTonER22, 1897 nearly 100. Told Duroc Jursoy boars and good ones, ! diamond was found on a too. If taken at once will sell cheap. A W. P. WALTON. Michigan farm and tho whole section H. J. McRoberts. And Prices that make the nconle come Now we h.ivc the Trices and n is excited. Jack Bosloy sold to Ponce fc Dawes a all you have to do is look at thesj and c i up ire. Every thincj wc adDEMOCRATIC TICKET. At Woodstock. Va.. Drs. Irwin and lot of hogs at 3lc and three vertise wc sell and what wc mention a barotitis are really Hargains. Wllken were given six years each for Jersey stoera for $17.."0. J. SHACKELFORD For A late Cl'k, malpractice. " Circuit Judge, M. C.SAUFLEY. O. P. Huffman bought of J. B. Gen- It's facts or nothing with us and n u mMf iJuu; statements in our adgirl, try some fat steers at 2 to 3e and of J. Georgia Wilson, a " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. vertisements. We now profess to pit before the public three grades was terribly mangled by a bulldog at D. Miller some fat hogs at 3lc. " State Senator, - GEO. T. FARMS. of Men's Suits, as best on the nwkct for the prices; $4. S6 50 and " Representative, - .V. '. NORTH. Mt. Sterling. Ponce Sc Dawes sold in Cincinnati " Comity Judge, - JAS. P. HAILEY. Tho Marshall county grand jury re- Wednesday a car load of butcher stuff 58.50. " County Clerk, - GEO. lh COOPER. turned 300 indictments, against one man at 2 to 2c and some feeders at 31c. Lakl defoated Lou Bramble, Lord HELM. for selling liquor. " Countu Attorneu. HARVEY O. brake-ma- X.enl and Trnxlllo in the order named " Circuit Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. J. W. Saulsbury, a C. was ground to pieces by freight for tho handicap at Latonla Tuesday. " Sherif, SAML. M. OWENS. They" O. 1'. Huffman bought in tho Gil Are Hlack and Dtue Cheviots and Scotch Mixtures in Brown " Jailer, cars at Lexington. GEO. W. DEllORD. is said that the potato crop is near- berts Creek section for J. II. Baugh-ma- n C. G. RAKER. It " Assessor, arc well made with good linings. & Co., 4,000 bushels of wheat at er a failure at nrescnt than at any oth WM. LAXDGRAF. Coroner, 8Sc. er time since 1892. Supt. Schools, GARLAND JJNGLETON A cherry tree near Point Pleasant, Three prisoners, ono of them under The nominee for Magistrates are: J. II. W. Va.. Is in bloom for the third tlmo sentence for murder, cscajed from tho Raines, Stanford; W. J). Wallin, Crab Orthis year. It has raised two good T. jail at Mt. Sterling. Are three specials. Hlack Cheviots, Hlack Clay Worsted (square chard; W A. Coffey, Hustomillc; crops. At Ware's sale in Boyle, corn in tho liroien, Waynesbunj. Hlatt & Young, the Highland thresh- cuts only) and Brown Scotch Cheviots in Plaids and Small Figures. heap sold at $2.11 to $2.21 per barrel er men, tell us they have quit thu busiThe nominees for Constables are: if. Guaranteed to be all wool and handsomely trimmed up Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K, Petlus. Crab always and his 47 ncres of land at $."4. Hon. John W. Yerkes, who ness for tho season after threshing 0 Howard Britton shot and killed his Orchard; T. G. Nunnelley, Hustonvillc; W. seemed to us to be in the wrong crowd bushels of wheat. for a man of his attainments and stand- brother, Elmer, In Owen county. HowF Clymer, Waynesburg. F. P. Bishop bought recently two car ing, is about to lower tho good opinion ard didn't know tho gun was loaded. loads of hogs at 3 to 3jc, some butcher There is no oftlce in tho gift of the of him held by all who know him, by A Chicago man drank carbolic acid, stuff at 2 to 21c, a lot of wethers at Are the best. No. I Black Clay Worsteds, in round or square cut people more important to them anil making a speech at Louisville for Todd, gashed his throat and hanged himself. 2.02 and some iambs at 35c. sacks or frocks. A tiptop, genteel article. more directly affecting their interests, who represents everything that is re Ho was choked to death by tho noose. At Georgetown Monday flo suckling of circuit judge, for upon pugnant to society nnd politics and who who com- mules sold at $1." to $10 and 90 common than that Admiral John L. Worden, that ofllcial devolves decisions not only has long since, been deserted by such manded tho Monitor during her en- sheep at $2.10 each. Owing to tho ! affecting their property rights, but rcputnblo gentlemen of his party as gagement with the Mcrrlmac, is dead. drouth cattlo wero a little off. their civil liberty and their very lives. lions. A. E. Willson, Andrew Cowan Elmer Lantz, an Insane man of LanTho great pacing stallion, Joo Patch- 7S0 A $ 50 quality. Such power should bo bestowed with and others. Flc'upon you, Mr. Yerkes ! caster. O., killed himself when ho was en, at Jollut, III., broke tho world's pao Haby Shoes, 25c. Children's School Shoes Ladies' Grain and Glove Grain Shoes for every day wear $i. Ladies' and upon the moat worthy You hnd better stay "to home" nnd told that he would be taken to an asy- ing record to a great care sulky nearand competent man, one who knows study out schemes to evade the civil lum. ly four seconds making the tnilo 2:0t!J Nice Kid Shoes Qi Si, in all styles. Men's plain and point toe shoes the law and has the courage to admin- - service law, so that the victors may get Tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that An unsuccessful attempt was made to worth 31.50. Hoys' fine shoes, all styles, $1 to $2.50. Si; Ister it without fear or favor. Judge tho spoils, they deserve. wreck a passenger train near Bowling thero were 2,000 cattle on tho court day M. C S.mrtnv has been tried in evcr.v across tho market Monday and that they sold The roving bimetallic commission, Green by placing a rail nmiw, nnmf ho,n found wuntin.-readily at 3 to 4c. with no extra grades track. in any attribute that goes to make the ' which the republicans sent to the old Mclntlro, of St Paul, Minn., offered. Harry and Incorruptlblo world as sort of a sop to the freo silver was fined $2o for stealing a kiss from a honest, capable J. W. Ilcrndou sold to J. W. Harlan New Flannelettes in bcauiiful patterns for ladies' wrappcas 10c yd. people, Is about to acknowledge that judge. Knowing his worth and proud to Arcli pretty girl he saw walking on the 2(1 mules at $113. He ali-All wool ladies' cloth in black and blue (- 25c per yd. Novelty box gave' their trip has been a failure, except of his record tho democratic party Walker, of Garrard, ono pair extra street. and for their own fun, and come home, checks in fancy colors ( 15c per yd. 34 inches wide. All wool him a clear field for good mules, ltl hands high, for $18f. Frank Hay ward, a Fostoria, O., con now calls upon nil men who appreciate ' "fter becoming tho laughing stock of fectioner, read so much about the Luot-ge- Richmond Register. French black and blue Serge ( 25c per yard $6 inches wide. worth and moral nnd judicial rectitude the powers. The commission has only The Paris Kontuckian says that case that his mind has become un to come to his supiort. Ho is the peer shown itseU a howling success in one balanced. John T. Hughes, the noted liorsctimti, of any lawyer in the State and his past particular that of spending the appro-recorTwo St. Louis men and their two sis- has several beeves that he Is getting is an earnest of what may be ex- -' pnation of $30,000, which is a further ters have fallen heir to $3,000,000, loft in order for Christinas and that they A.UHIUNSKY A. CO, I'BoriiiiTTOiw.' pected of him In tho future. All good and to them more important reason for by a grandfather, who was in tho East now nvorago 2,300 pounds. T. I). HANKY, Manaokh. democrats will rally heartily to his sup- - returning homo. Lincoln county horses wore in It at Indian trade. port and we ask those who pride them .1 Monday, R. II, Bronaugh's Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnnhttown, Lawrcncehurg, fynthlana, Versatile, Sam Smith and Will Ito?s were runPOLITICS Georgetown, Kliiahcthtown, Frankfort, nnd Miiuckport, Ind. selves on the fact that they vote for tho B. won her race, while James B. ning their horses at a reunion near Kitty man regardless of party, to consider 0.'1 inch- Gentry's Oral und C. B. Roid's ProseTho ballots for Louisville are Green Cove; both horses killed and the Judge Sauiley's claims and iitness and es lon and thero is no p(Wj ,n tho city boys may die. cutor ran second In their respective wo are sure they will vote to continue arg0 enoucn aged 91 and tho races. pPnt them. Mrs. Janet Patterson, Five well develoed calves wero givhim on tho bench, which he has elevat-- , non. j. Speed Smith, of Madison, mother of President James K. Pattered and honored by a strict impartiality has rcKned the clerkship of tho House son, of the State College, died at Lex- en to the world at ono birth by a cow belonging to Henry Walt, of Saratoga, and fairness that has made him famous of ik0,)rescmntivcs to make the race ington this week. Montgomery county, Pa. Throe of as a man and a jurist. j for representative. Eviction suits havo been brought From Guatamala comes the glad tid- against 400 miners In the Kanawha them wero dead, but the other two bid Little Pryor Force, of Shelbyvllle, Old furmers to reach maturity. revalley. The strikers are very bitter, fair who thinks ho is running for Congress, ings, "revolution subdued, order say thoy never hoard of a similar ease. Now, and trouble is feared. told a Lawrenccburg correspondent stored all over the country." won't Dr. Hunter be good nnd light Gen. Fitzhugh Lee was robbed of WUe Girl. that he wanted to have a joint debate out. V Louisville Times. $100 by pick pockets In Richmond "I shall certainly marry a wenltnv with Gov. McCrcary, but the silver Tho Danville Advocate savs that while helping some ladies on a street man If I can get one." she fculd, with de- Rubber Coats, lolntoshes, Trunks and Valises. Prices managers seem to be afraid of him. Judge Saulloy doserves by car at a w ild west show termination. "I prize the comforts and "Well ! Well ! Well As well may they Low. Terms Cash. Pat Murphy's quart shop at Green-- , pleasures that wealth can give above all hobgoblius. a majority that will attest the esteem bo afraid of ghosts, atoms with,L,R- spooks and spectres. Afraid of a man in which he Is held as an olllclal and a wood. Ind., was blown to ... ....,,.... ' "I hat be np tho case, returned the man of splendid charactor and unusual dvnamlte put Into Use i... , willago was who n little over a poor suitor bltterlv. "may ask which attainments. , unco people of the town. ing to accept the Chicago platform for ou WQlM ,ake ,f you hn yQur cLoice The Louisville Capital, republican, County Judge Bullock was sentenced bctween a pu,nbcr nnd an iceman V a seat in Congrervs, but who couldn't up this wall: "Well, well So lo jail at Lexington for carrying con- "That would depend entirely upon fool tho silver democrats and had to sends we turned out tho democrats because cealed deadly weapons. Thu Imprison- - the season of the year." she replied after retire from tho race after writing a we wanted "a look at the books," and inont penalty, however, was suspended, a moment of deep thought. Chicago card so ridiculous as to make him the 0!', now must we turn out the republicans laughing stock of the gold bug papers! Julius Kruse, a meat dealer of Day- . ........ .... before we can get that look V" . O .1 .11 Li.oklnn ton, O., was shot dead and robbed in! mill. ira uuiuuumia mu t .miaiu 01 l.I President McKinley is accused of r)i nr..miiM. of his wlfn and sister-tn"Yo 'st feel very happy in this of him, so very much afraid that afraid '.u callyourownmy faui- thoy will see that his present aspira- having broken faith with Georgia re-- 1 law' while on his wav homo from busl-- 1 lo:!- cottaS": when I 'How can I think of publicans by failing to appoint Gen. tions, like those of last year, will also ily that owned an cstateof thousands of . James Longstreet railroad couimissiou-cr- . .. and a whole rctri- .... die a'borning. While attending ttio Mineral oi ner' crcs It is said that Gen. Wade Hainn- - mother, .Miss Alary Aiouonaiu, 01 ,ne,lt 0f servants." TiiE efforts that the republicans are ton is to continue in the position. adelphia, fell senseless hcslde the eo.'.j "Why, when did they lose It?" Senator Deboo's speeches in Ken- - fin. She was taken home and died putting forth for their candidate for "During' tho eleventh century." the appellate clcrkshipshows that they tucky have been conceded to be the within an hour. Brooklyn Life. are taking no stock in the assertion lamest attempt at campaigning ever John L. Bailey, a farmer living near Tito Cockneys. that Hlndman will draw many votes known by the old stump orators. Lou- - Blddle, Scott county, was accidentally j Mr. Perkins (of Bow Bells, London) & from the democratic candidate, the on- - isvlllo Post. Did uny body expect any and fatally shot by his little daughter And what might be your nyine, sir? ly possible contingency upon which thing better of a man whose reputa- - who was playing with a revolver .Mr. Evans (of ditto) i'vnns. Mr. Perkins There ain't nothlak to they could hope to elect him. A vote tion lies solely .upon tho fact that ho to a visitor. for Hindman is a half vote for Bailey went to sleep in the Senate and snored J '"Eavensl" at, as 1 see. 1 on'y ast TT.tumiiil l)M1l,nn nn nmnntnn vniltll and we do not believe any con&Idera- - aloud. playfully jwlnted a shot gun at his old- ,r BvnnitOB nevan9 ,8 my nyine. The republicans tell you that the ble number of democrats will let their N. U. Where you have more than one quality of any drug orerbrother. IIo thought it was empty Mn Perkins Well. .Mr. llevens, woy If you have votes count that way. Put your cross foreigners pay the tax. "tho trigger. The brother dln'tyers'y so nt fust VN. Y. World. and pulled dered, and when tve do not specify the maker, in tho square under tho rooster and bought any sugar since the DIngley died two hours later. An Kxtunple. your vote will bo recorded for tho full tariff bill has become a law you have Steven Horsey, who became eonsplc- - j It's the man who persists ns'Il rise discovered that you don't get as much uous as one of tho Knights of tho Gol democratic ticket. in the world," remarked Mr. Itnfferty, 81 as you did before, Biigar for if you den Circle, prooecuted during the war sententlously. HON. Charles A. Tow'NE, the Min- - have to a certaIn dry "Thrue for yez," replied Mr. Dolan. for treason, Is dying In the poorhouse nesota free silver republican, who was havo had thu samQ oxnarBnca. Th of Martin county, Ind. 'An' fur proof Ol kin point till the billed to speak at numerous points in consumer navs tho tax: thn tru.t, nn,l Mutt Blakcly and wife, of Prince, tombstone iv u frl'iul thot persisted in Kentucky, has cancelled his dates, say- protected manufacturers get the benethawin' dynamite he ashtove." WashThat is the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your ton, arc under indictment for sprink. ington Star. ing that the Ohio managers had ar- fit. Georgetown Times. prescriptions arc always properly filled here. ling poison in L. Y. Pollard's well, ranged for him to speak in that Stato The question, "who are democrats?" Hut Ue Wasn't. and ho deemed it more important to , was very emphatically answered by who with his family came near dying "Jones nnd Brown are very bitter from drinking the water. do so. Glad of it. Wo don't need his u rover Cleveland on against each other." one occasion. Tho Judge It. II. Thompson, 0' Louiskind to help democracy In Kentucky. Atlanta Constitution had bitterly op"Yes, and it's all due to a misunderville, was elected grand master of the standing, too." G. M. Pullman, the famous Palace posed his nomination in 1892, but Kentucky Masons and Editor James "Indeed?" Car magnate, died suddenly at Chicago promptly yielded to the action of the W. Hopper, of the Courier-Journa- l, "Yes; each thought the other was an of angla pectoris. There are no pistols convention which named him as the grand high priest of the Grantl Chap- easy mark." Chicago Journal. in a shroud, so he took none of the candidate. To tho editor Mr. Cleve- ter. Not nn nxncnnlve Luxury. $25,000,000 ho had accumulated with land wrote a letter containing this decMother (In horror) Oh, John! Don't He asked on his death bed that no him. Let us'hopo that he left a clause laration: , "The acceptance of tho ar- obituary appear of him in his paper you tec what baby Is doing? He Is in his will reducing tho price of berths bitrament of the National convention and this is all tho New York Sun had sucking nil the paint oil that monkey on Headed by U. S. MODEL, rjO. 38,353. is the underlying principle of party orl"e stick! f Mu iinnt.lt! "Chiirles Anderson Dana. and increasing tho pay of porters, so Son of Klover'n Model, No. J!0,7I0. tho grcatiitt breeding hog living, HUNDLEY'S ganization." paper) Oh, that's CLAUDE, No. IS'UI, miii of tho WorlU'w Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Tlno, l'ather(dcep .n. f th S,m. illn.1 vnfctordav after- that tho public will not havo to nil richt! It only cost two ecnis. Don't tomy young tiur ready for tturvlco. A few hhow kUh old enough to breed, and bred t,ows Auditor Stone's report will show In every respect, with them. ' iittpocfalty, for bale, This stock It strictly noon." Je miserly, Mary! Puck. there was a deficit in the State treasury pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or corno und see mv hogs. On Juno Gov. Braulev isn't making any of 8420,27.:t9 Juno .'10, 18'Jo. Tlit'lr .Vntlonnl finiiif. FARM AND TRADE, A few fresh Jortey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck year, but ho is making ao, 18'JO, it had grown to $1,0J.'),0'J7.0. Tourist in South America Ah, there Eggs, SI tor 13. speeches this A. E. HUNDLEY, Ho 1U5, Danville, Ky. moro votes than anybody for tho re- and at tho end of the present fiscal year Pence & Beck sold to Woods & Lynn becms to ben little excitement! So you have baseball down here? it had reached $1,520,138.37. He esti- 10 feeders at II o. publican ticket. Nearly all the .Native No, this Is revolution. But perhaps all, whom, ho restores to mates tho receipts for tho general exJ. W. Flowers sold to Curt Robinson, we will have strongera teams in tho ono penditure fund for tho current fiscal of Garrard, U0 sheep at $2. citizenship, and ho Is kept pretty busy, scheduled for a week from Nf ar which ends June 30, 189S, at B. H.Dalton sold to H. L. Hubble Y. Truth. urc republicans. -and the expenditures for the three aged mules at 850 to $B3. ItenlUm. As a mark of respect to tho memory samo period at $:j,171,8o0, leaving a Allen & Lyon sold to an Ohio party a A literary bohcmlan is at work on a Mrs. Lily deficit for the year of $301,03.'), which, of hor dead cattlo at 3.00 to UJc. lot of great naturalistic navel. "The MarLangtry withdrew her horses from tho added to the present accumulated deOwsley Dunn sold to S. T. narblson, chioness," ho writes, "became as white IsJ Receiving his- races. Poor tender hearted thing Af- ficit, will make a total deficit in tho of Lexington, a bay gelding for $150. usashirt." G!ancinatthe very moment ter driving him crazy and getting a se- treasury on Juno 30,1893, of $1,090,318.-3Jack Bosloy and son Robert delivered at bis own wrist bands, he is seized by a cret divorce from him, this tenderness Tho estimate calculates on thn to E. P. Woodi 23 feeders at ecruple and adds: "whiter oven than a Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. is touching. receipt of $o02,0o0 from the extra tax of 3ic. rhirt." Mesque de Fer. --- I h ' J The democrats of both factions are thoroughly united in this county in their determination to elect the excelfor lent ticket that has been tho various olllcers and tho indications ars that it is all over but the shouting. This oonfldoneo is born of a knowledge of tho situation nnd a reliance in the good sen&o of tho people, but we should not let our belief, founded though it bo on bed rock faets, run into over confi dence. Our opponents arc making a death struggle and when wo consider that they will not stop from any means no matter how tlNrcputablo, it will be realized that we must not unbend a kinirlc effort or let up in tho battle until it if fomrht and won. Get out every vote possible for the party by seeing that those who have no conveyances are provided with them, and see that those unfamiliar with tho ballots are made to understand them by the means of the several thousand educational ballots printed at this ollice. Let us all make a strong pull and a pull together, and this paper will tell a tale the day after the election that will All all democratic hearts with joy. a. News Briefly IT'S MONEY That Makes The Mare Go six-kar- at 170-poun- d n, Our $4.00 Suits Our $6.50 Suits 41,-00- Our $8.50 Suits Shoes four-wheel- t. ,,. 1 Dress Goods. t o . rt ! d THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kml-nenc- e, ( Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, Gents Furnishing Goods H. '. J. McROBERTS. j ! J 1-- .., . l. Expert Glass Cutters. -i ... ; ' I I WindowjLights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG HOOKER. ( I JllwafS Send fehe Besfe. . it r r J PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Chinas. 11111 first-cla- ss in-hi- s sup-po- rt con-vict- e, H. C. RUPLEY, to-da- ir, THEMERGHANT TAILOR -- 800-pou- 1 3. 080-pou- FALL f AND WINTER GOODS. V THE1MTERI0RJQURMAL n s. -- COUHTINO by telephone is now going Nkw china novelties at Danks'. At Hlelmrds school-hniuthe rounds in Stanford and if you don't ""d Mlinn night, LuaatNs.-Hookcr'Best quality at Craig fc bollevo it jiiitask Miss N'ottlo Wray, Mussrs. Warren, North and Helm will who manages tho central olllco. Stan proncli puro democracy. Dear them. Stanford, Kv., Octoiuik 22, i8c7 ford Cor. Sayings. HoitN, to tho wife of Haydon Shanks, ' FinokusG'utOfj-v-HoMils. W. P. Walton entertained of Rowland, a F. Arnold, d boy. a freight brakeman whoso home Is at Misses Myrtle Diane, of Chirkavlllo, Vj. C. Walton, Buhinixh M.vxAonit. Tenn., Minnie McClaln, of Lebanon, Ski: Cahbell Owens if you need rat-- Hyattsvillo, had all the lingers of his loft hand cut off while coupling cars at Tenn., and the Missos Owsley and tholr olass brick at a reasonable price. Livingston yesterday. escorts to the Miller entertainment Pence it Greening. I'kksckii'TIONS lira filled rlijlit ami Wednesday evening. ai nyiii prioon Jit I'enny's Unitf StoreSi'KAKlNo.-Jud- ge M. C. Saulloy and Good Goods at. SNOW. Tho Klehmond Keglstor Is' the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. "Ng other candidates will speak at: reminded by an old rosidentor that .V HOME NEWS, Goods sold on time but one PERSONALS. yoars ago last Sunday, that Is Oct. 17, ' Crab Orchard, Tuesday, October -- Oth, at 1 i. M. AUK you watching Danks' window? 15(12, n six inch snow, fell throughout Miw. 1. W. Kisu In visiting her moth- Rowland, Wednesday, Octobor 27th, or in Loxlutoti. LOADKDsholls all sizes at Craig fc Kentucky. It was just after the battle at 7 i m. of Perry ville and it was the breaking. Miss Katik Lkk Vi:aui!H, of lloylu, Mocker's. j Milledgeville, Thursday, October la with Miht Mary Hruco. upoi uurouin similar to tno one wo ,23th, at i M. SouailUM cans of all sizes at Warren aro sulToring. AIS. JOSKl'II COrTHY, of Living' Otton holm, Friday, Octobor 2th, at it Shanks'. Hton, in with frlonds hero. TlIK Rowland ",ooplo are modest 1 I'. M. Mil. M. V. Km; in is down in Oeorgiu TlliiKK telephone instruments for Only onu man is running for trustee on -Waynesburg, Saturday, October IJOth, 2XLi ttjJ,VVi.liiVWJiiiV4Sj'lW working up Maccahuo TontH. sale cheap. M. S. fc J. W. Daughman. 1 i m. tho Citizen's Ticket. G. A. Hurst, and at Mil. J. M. Waui: and family loft All voters arc cordially invited. ho Is blind. Ellsha Pence for marshal 1'WO s Tiiuid:iy for tho Nashville H.OHltIon. for rent both ad. Is tho only other name on the ticket. Pom; Millku. One of the nicest IlAldtV C. Hauoiimak Ih ugont for joining Farmers Hank ifc Trust Co. W Tho People's Ticket has W. C. Har3 tho Kentucky Growers Insurance Co., P. Walton. audiences that ever attended an enternett for police judge and T. D. Martin of Lexington. tainment hero Stoci; must be reduced. Special in- for marshal with no candidates for combination greeted the Polk Miller Mil. and Mils. W. H. MoUoiikuts at Walton's Opera House ducements to cash buyers. Come and trustees. Wednesday night, and to state that it It sliouM not 1ju necessary for us to urj;.! you to buy Fall mid Winter Goods and children aro with her rclittivus in see. Mark Hardin. now. Winter alwuys 1ms come antl AT HUSTOKVILLK. Louisville. Mlsa was pleased but mildly expresses the Mis.s Jksmik Mimic, of Shulhy counFlNKSTimd largest stock of cloaks Margaret A. Dennett writes us from delight that was depicted on every 83 ty, is tho guest of Mittu8 Salllo and ever brought to Danville to bo sold at Ilustonvillo that there was a mistake countenance. The performance began I! I 'curl Klnjr. in the announcement of the Junior with a musical comedy sketch by Mr. great bargains. Uobcrts it Farris. Christian Endeavor entcrtaunent at Oscar P. Sisson and the charming llt-Miss Coha IviiiKi'ATitici; litis gone To Mail Contractors. Thlsolllce that place. It will occur 22d, tic vocalist, Miss Ester Wallace, as a to Sullivan, 111., U visit her ulster, Mrs. So don't wait till stocks will furnish you contract blanks at the at tho Christian church when will bo 'gawky New England country boy and broken and Rood s are senrvc. Anna Illchoy. shortest notice and at the lowest rates. given a "Committee's Harvesting" frco liool girl, respectively, and they soon Miss SL'K Hout lias recovered from Jicr malarial Hell and Is back at her Cash- .- Itemember that I will Bell to all. After tho exercises there will caught the house. Mr. Sisson is a fine K)!it in tho you goods as cheap, if not cheaper, for be an oyster supper given by tho sen- - actor, while Miss Wallace is one of the Mils. Jamks It. Nukkkm.ky, who cash than any merchant In town. Try ior C. E. society at tho parsonage, tho prettiest, cutest nnd loveliest little ar- litis been ill for a month or more, Id me if you doubt this. Mark Hardin, proceeds to go towards the fund pledg- - tistcs imaginable, and she charmed ed for tho minister's salary. Admin- - nnd delighted with her clever acting rapidly convalescing. successor to FarrlB it Hardin. blon 2.)c. A number of tho young folks and splendid singing. When Mr. Mil- Mils. IiKSSii: Sai.'KI)i:hs and little Tin: Tanner Mills at McKinney, now will go from here. daughter, Jennie, went to Louisville, ler came on the stage in the second We especially lavlu- you to come durlnp this beautiful weather. We can't owned by Duddcrar it Kennedy, have part he was greeted with prolonged yesterday to vUlt relatives. toll you of nil the Got it at Last. John Hamner.who applause and for half an hour he conMils. T. K. Hai.uwik, of Madison, at hut started up and tho people there returned with her daughter, Mrs. V. aro delighted. They have been idle a killed Mack Moore a few years ago and vulsed his hearera with laughter, as he was pardoned of his short sentence af- denicted In his Incomparatively long time, pending improvements. II. Shanks, and In her guest. natuter serving a while in the penitentiary, ral way the amusing side of the charJ OS him I Mohuky, of Lebanon June-tolThk next Walton's went the way that characters of his acter of the spent several days wltli bin broth-o- 0K!ra Houseentertainment at walk "Ole Vlrglnny" Negro be- will be n cake and kind usually go, Monday night, that ,, ,i. We have, so come let us show you. t3SNew Goods Every Day. .1. S. Mobley, of McKinney. war, or tilled them with sor other attractions by the colored people is to Hades wltli Ills boots on. Ho was row with tho pathetic side of the lives sinking very low Mrs. Smith for the benefit of their school building shot live times and killed ArriMt at Junction of those soon to be but a memory. Ilia liaughuiun hart rallied somewhat and and It will be given next Friday night, City by W. F. Tuttle. who banjo picking, his songs and the diayusturdny apuared to Ixt better. 2)tth. it is said acted solely in lect were m) true to life that one could Mlts. A. M. 1'kkci: and Miss (irncc He wont to Tattle's store and began to hardly realize that the actor was not a of tho public school Thk trustees Grlnstond went up to London yesterday hero have levied a jnjII tax of 81 on the abuse and threaten him for arresting real and true old fashioned Negro. The to attend the missionary convention. voters in this district to pay a balance him while ho was marshal. Tuttle tried entertainment closed with "Old Times IlKKitv T. Vi?.sok, who used to live of about $200 on the school fixtures and to pacify him, but ho grew worse in his Down South," with Mr. Miller in burnt here, orders his p;iiur ohiuigod from yirjfijlaViiaMatalBaMiMaWMWWy fl 11 George II. Wearen has been umployed abuse and the alTair climaxed as above. cork as "Uncle Daniel," Mr. Sisson in San Antonio, Texas', to Memphis, Teuu. Hamnor was once tried for assaulting a lho dllllI characters of the banker and to collect It. woman near Perry ville and bore a very the artist and Miss Wallace as "Ruby," Mil. CuOKUltl). U'lCAUHK has been N'KAULYtwo Inches of rain fell In mean name. Tuttle surrendered to tho und the little lady again proved her- umployed by tho eity council to asses-th- e -- m. t property of Stanford and is now do- Louisville and vicinity Monday night, authorlties at Danville. Public sym- - H.lf . .,,, nf ri,.. iinvuvilM ....,I41 t.. wa pva. f. vaaw but this suction was favored with lots pathy Is entirely with him. ing so. Miller looked "more like a Negro than ' Mil. J. U. MKltSIlON, who attended than enough to lay the dust. Tho sig.a Negro do liko hisself," and as he Sl'KClAL Tuain. The republican told his stories, picked his banjo, I.odgo, tolls us that the Odd nal service says that it will bo cloudy the Grand but says nothing about rain. candidate for appellate clerk, .las. G. and showed the Hoston people how he Follows reduced thu Initiation fee from Mes Don't Go. Messrs. It IC. Wearen .V Son, Stanford Gentlemen: In reply to vour Dalley, is to bo taken over this divis2.1 to iU,. used to play for tho white folks and letter will sav that tho Kentucky IHe Drill ttands strictly on Its merit i lie miikerr light Sim:akino. Hon. II. C. Warren, ion in a special car, accompanied by call out the figures of the dance, papers and and purchaser this any Dli. L. C. row KM., familiarly known the their law suits In courtAlso not In tho drills must nodilli lent In ofreal drill need teartheir merit when United as "Dick," of Moberly, Mo., Is visiting ,Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., and others will r?, ... States Senator Deboe, Judge Sambo of the olden times seemed risen legal entanglement. peoplethat otherinj' mem. be guarantee protection, vour- -, wren r into mi makers seek- to ware bH)ak at Higgins' School-hous- e ...it it..... on Ce- utu h, n. ....... ' i.. Works, HlutTs wont uork. There his uncle, Mr. G. C. l'ownll, in tho """"' ' the grave The gesture son'. in nan & Co. s' Western Agricultural being Louisville. Sept. Karmers can see for themselves. Is no mistake about this machine dar Creek, Thursday night, 25th, at 7 tor, lion. John Henry Wilson, Judge whjh MU8 wallaco stood behind West Hnd. Mr. and at Anderson's School-hous- v.n. mm, oi rranuiort, ana oilier MllS. MahY I'llKWITT, who has been o'clock, ' Sibson and used her hands for his, was t Mont tsiiii1illnrt 13. 'Plm lit.itvi III near Ephosus church, at the tttfMi 111 V VI it III 'l WIIIIIIVIIV UJ'll.f lV.tlir visiting her sister, Mm. W. 1. Tuto, capitally done and was applauded vosame hour, Friday, 2!th. leave Louisville on the 2(ith and stops returned to her home in .lolTooouvillc ciferously. "Old Kentucky Home,'' and speeches will be made all along, Wednesday. led by Miss Wallace, with Miller and WllKN a fellow descends bo low in his arriving hero at 7 I". M. That night Sisson in the chorus, sung with thrillMil. .1. V. Uamsky, of lloo Lick, speeches as to disgust tho average re wo siipjMJsc the gang will speak here was hero Tuesday with his relative, publican audience, it ii time to call and next day, 27th, will leave at S::tO a. ing olToot, was a fitting finale to an S. listos, of Cussldy, Mo., who is him oil. This is what thoy say Henry of genuine enjoyment and the M., and stop at tho following places: BY visiting him. curtain fell on an audience loath to deIs doing and thereby showing White Crab Orchard, llrodhead, Mt. Vernon, .1. IlKKItY I'KTTL'S, of Crab Orchthat ho has forgotten that he was rais Livingston, Altamont, East Hernstndt, part. Mr. Miller, who is a splendid ard, who Is attending tho Louisville ed by worthy parents. Seo our litisVirginia gentleman, i without a pectPittsburg, London. Lily. Kockhohl, Medical College, orders tho "ehoaHet tonvllle letter. . in tho specialty that has brought him Williamsburg, Pleasant View, Jellico wealth and fame and and heft" sent to him there. the combination EVKUYHOUY should vote for free and Corbln, whore a stop will be made ho has formed this season adds greatly Mil. AMI) Mlts. Khaki; Simkk's baturnpikes and tho bond issue. The for tho night. Next day they will go to tho delight of his entertainments. A by girl got a pin crosswise in its throat Wednesday, but it was extricated after majority has spoken in a very decided to Mlddlesboro and tho next return to packed house ought to greet him and Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, the jmrents hail been frightened al- manner for free pikes and their will Winchester, Arc. his company everywhere they go and should not be thwarted by tho ignomost to death. from all we hear, the Danville people, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Dkmocuats who haven't voted for M. G. Kkykoi.ds, deputy shoiitr, was rance of tho one upon whom the calling years will go to tho polls Tuesday week whero they will entertain Square, Stanford. Ky In other and help elect tho excellent Room Opposite Court-Hou- se hero Wednesday and Htiyn tho Waynes-bur- g of tho election devolved. ticket un- will put standing room at a premium section is in better shape for de- words democrats should right tho in- der tho looster. Mismanagement of to hear him. mocracy than for several years. That excusable wrong that republican stupid- tho county's ulTalrs by the republicans Judge M. C. Sautley, after getting end will roll up a good majority for tho ity hii9 put tijon tho people. has awakened them to tho Importance through with more litigation in two ticket. It is hard for a decent man to light of putting only capable, honest men Into weeks than is usually done in twice tho Mil. AND Mlts. II. K. HitlGirr are an Irresponsible and unscrupulous foe olllco and thoy will seo to It that tho time, adjourned court Saturday, until g preparing to go to at ticket of turncoats and incompetents Ml. Sterling. Tho Sentinel baya they who runs around at the time of night is turned down forever. It would bo next Tuesday. Ills ability as a jurist have bought a nice residence in the when honest men aro in bed and tells absurdly ridiculous to elect such a man is equal to that of any other lawyer in best ortloii of the city and will occupy his Negro and ignorant, whlto audience as Dawson over Dalley for county judge, this State. His industry nnd fairness things that ho would not daro say to on the bench, his advocacy of right It Jan. 1. Wo aro not an but about that race little feara are en- nnd condemnation of all that Is wrong, 11. OltNDOIlKF and tho man ho defames. Mil. AND Mils. J. tertained. While tho democrats have thrco of tholr youngest children left advocate of violence, but the only way almost everything their own way they his prompt and energetic attention to Wc arc making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hoar our Tiionday for Jetlerson county, W. Va., left to deal with Mich creatures la to are not ignorant of tho fact that, tho business, his faithful and fearless aduse tho cowhiJo or horso whip on their you will then know we mean to pell tbo goods. Our aim in making these unto principle In tho discharge herence to visit relatives. While away thoy mangy backs. That's tho way to settle moon for county clork and sherilT will of his otliclal duty, all conduco to mako precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoidinj; counties, which fact has will visit Washington, lialtimoro and bo close and thoy will be so simply becustomer favored us with a call. Wc are here for them. him what ho is an ofllclent and up- always proven itself whero aprofits. other cities. quick sales nnd small cause the republican nominees for these Jon T. IiL'KTON, who has been hero A CUKATUltK to whom it would bo a olliccs aro tho best men on tholr ticket, right judge. Ho deserves and will by tho people of this a with his father sovcral weeks, returned compliment to call a male offspring of not because of any dctlcicncy In tho judicial district. Ilarrodsburg Sayto Montgomery, Ala., Wednesday, to a female canlno sent a scurrilous letter make-uof Messrs. George H. Cooper take tho place of one of tho dispatcher's to tho editor of tho Somerset Paragon and Sam M. Owens. Admitting that ings.. Branch Store at Ilustonvillo, II. It. Camnitz, Isinagcr. The Advocate speaks of Mr. J. R. who wanted to ileo with his family for publication in which he makes some Messrs. Cummins and King aro good Ilindman as ono of tho best stump from tho yellow fever scare. low Hung reference in bad spelling and men and strong men, Is there any rea- Tlir.iiK must bo handsome men in worse grammar to tho editor of this son why a democrat should tarnish his cmnulrnrs In IvontiH'lrv. Tim ivnrwl chuck's remark beforo taking his (light Corbln sure enough when John A. paper. Instead of printing It, as tho record by voting for them.'' Is cither Is very much In order. only gets soven votes in a coward hocd he would, Editor Hans- inoro competent than his democratic vote of It, taken by tho Enter- ford very kindly and promptly sent It opponent? There never was a better Royal aaket the food pure. prise on the question, "Who ia tho ug- to us. If the pusillanimous, white d county clerk than Mr, Cooper mado and wholesome and delicious. liest married man In town?" bastard will disclose his Identity, as jailer Mr. Owens was a capital Miss Maiiy Holmks Lusk. one of wo promise him tli.tt ho wont write any Does any one dispute either of thu loveliest of tho many beautiful more letters anonymous or otherwise. these assertions? If not endorse them girls of Ilustonvillo and Mr. George by voting the straight democratic tickLusk, Messrs. Geo. W. Gowon, 12. 0. UUHTONV1LL.L:. Tiicro aro lour mu et. If they mado incompetent ollicers Gaines, John M. Farra and John nicipal tlckots in Ilustonvillo. Under then scratch them all you wish. In tho Layer, of Lancaster, attended the tho Log Cabin Is W. S. HulTman only; school superintendent's race the demoFolk Miller entertainment Wednesday under the rooster tho namoof Jess Aus- cratic party oilers a splendid gentleh 2BPiT99tKEtlKiSSKmmEh sbBbIbEbvi Bil night. Tho latter gentlemen were so tin for marshal only uppcars; tho citi- man in Mr. Garland Singleton. Ho is well pleased that they asked for a date zen's ticket is under a horse shoo and woll iltted for the ollico and being a In their town, which Mr. Miller prom- has for police judge, J. H. Adams; mar- man can very naturally attend to its bbW iak ibbPB aHu 'bbbF bHSbvH hElj WSm af alWy. jJaPTl H. shal, Eugene D. Goodo; trustees, I. F. outsido duties as well, If not better, ised later in the season. m Lincoln county lost somo splendid Steele, W. R. Williams and J. P. than his lady opponent,' although Miss citicP8 Wednesday when Messrs. Goode; the people's ticket goes undor Kate Dlaln has made a most elllclent POWDER Elijah S. and C. M. Spoonamoro moved a plow nnd lias only candidates for trus- olllcer. Only ono mark on your ballot Absolutely Pur I, "Mr-.1-' with their families to Pilot Point, Den- tees: A. M. Frye, V. H. Morse, Cole Is necessary and when you stamp at tho ton county, Texas, to reside. Thoy man Carpontcr, Chas. W. Adams and rooster's feet you not only vote tho hopo to Unci a better farming country A. B. C. Dinwiddle. The two latter democratic ticket from end to end, but rovai (Axiita roc(R co., niw toric and their legions of friends hero sin- afterwards certified to County Clerk J. lend your assistance in wrenching LinTho Ilest Is always Imitated. The SujKJrlor Is tho Genuine DUo Drill. Has bten thoroughly tested and gives satisfaction. All other Disc Drills aro an experiment and an Intheir fullest expecta- F. Cummins that they would not ac- coln county from tho hands of the irrecerely trust that think fringement on tho Superior. Suit has been entered tho U. of tome Idea Who caaslrapla pany for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate beforeInbuying. S. Court against onu com tions may bo realized. Wo tako pleas- cept the oilice undor any circumstances sponsible gang that has fattened at its Wanted-- An thine to patentf ure in commending them to tho good and asked that their names' be with- crib every sinco the republicans got Pjvtact 7ur Ideaai ther may bi aay. Wahlngton, D. C. for their l.Suo prlaa offar drawn. people of tholr now home. HIGGINS control. a MM n( twMn4rd InTaaUona naattU. , MARK HARDIN, 3 nine-poun- 11 i I Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. - in I ! 1 Low Cash Price To ALL. &':-tej&!lr;S- If I ! il J J -r ' . ' I store-room- Under k Tii Circumstances T m You tfust fiavc Clothes. -to to-nig- . xt-olllc- e. I To Our - Patrons At A 'i Distance: r I: n, r, al i GOOD THNGS SEVERANCE & SONS. self-defens- e. The Best Disc Drill rm-n-- . I mmiW - BEST MADE -'. d. .,-,- -- I '"' double-geare- e, i I i X 11 11 gSmSSSSSSSSiS UnDGKCAKinG K. WEAREN & SON. eve-nin- ir - a Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. u c. M CLARY. mmmmjpmmmmm MATTING. house-keepin- Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, pri-pric- es bup-ines- s, rc-cot- ve W. W. p WITHERS. STANFORD. ta pos-slbl- o liv-ere- otli-ce- r. m& W 1 -- ' H flTKINNEY. Vi.l Jl 41 iy a .; ,Vs jA , i -- ..."- ' it for your money than any House oilers, or! jJSroro your money back. m The best We have them. fail to purchase one of our Don't The Public Testify - IglTMore lor your money than any J louse oilers, or your money bade. To our leadership, unmistakably, by their patronage. business activity in our store proves our popularity. You hear our name on everybody's lips "I'm going- to Logan & Robinson's. AWvo been to Logan "We hold our old customers and make new ones, because we promise more than any other store and The best $7.50 Overcoat in the U. S. You can do no better. The best ,$10 Overcoat in the U. S. Ss Promise We Keep Our Robinson's." The 5 All-AVo- ol Overcoat in the U. S. Suits at $0.50. Best $12 Overcoat in the U. S. Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING a Specialty. Boots .Boots .Boots I -- s From the largest and best factories in the United States. A look through our stock you Uwt wo dl Joots nml Shoos cllKAPEU tlIllll nny HolUje in Uel(mj Kl,lltlIoky Our Furnishing Goods Department is brimful of Xew Things, such as Collars and Culls, Neckwear in all the new styles, Shirts of every description and Underwear Cheapest to the be Best. ! I ! I ! &noes onoeb i ! I fthOAS I i wiill 11 con- - Voin the See our Marble City Special Hats in Alpine Shapes, in Browns, Blues, Greens with Silk Velvet Bands To match. Don't fail to call on us when in Lancaster n.o3-.A.i- r Clothing, Shoes,! la ts and Cents' burnishing (ioods, LANCASTER, KY. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smi12i Anderson and Miss Salllc Hays. UMCt The fiscal court failed to publish the order calling for an election on the Hcgistered Du- - question of Issuing bonds to purchase Splendid the turnpikes within the time prescribrocs. . individuals Both ed by law. The law requires the pub. ...! lication for UO days, next preceding the tills Spring's far election, and tho Central Record first row. Prices reasonable. No charge for published it on October 8. I also uncrating. derstand that the notices were not post& H. J. KeBOBEBTS, Stanford. J. U. ed In time, by several days. The bonds will certainly carry, but it is claimed A. S. that this fuilure to comply with the Surgeon law will render them void, or, at least, Dentist, not salable. This is to be regi etted, as It will cause the turnpike disturbance Ky. to be renewed until November, ISO1. OtUeoover McKolis.rU' Drug Store la tbel Owsley J. W. Daugherty, colored, of Jiulldlng. made a rallying speech to his raco in Central Park, this 8!) and that it is time to call a halt; that Hubble H. D. Z3!E)Z-.Xj- O ! .they have always dictated to them in INTERIORJOURNAL Tho sick are all iinprovlnjr, except elections, but that they were too black-t- Hi. G. Hubble Is arranging to build a THE The Ktrlker an' KOlnir to mirk und eonl Mtes Lulu llatson, who is yet very ill. bo voted for, and In turn, he conslib new blacksmith shop at once. will mmiii be (Mining, l'iiiee Miur orders mi KTANKOHU, KV. Elder J. M. Holm, or Waddy, will that uecnii work early mid late. WitlliitnkA democrat from Ohio very appro- ercd thom too white to be voted for: past favors nnd kindly nU the cuiiynii for ... l All Llml u.Tsllslio3.ii3: aide ralea iiriuiviy ruiuurituui iu mu .1... .1... mu- - that a white man can talk to a demo- preach at thu Christian church the 6th tlmiunre of Mitm. We have 110 Miltcltors DphohteiioKofa rrptlrlPK done at rengumond. tiuit uiu AT. nullity, hatutaitiou AT walking the street-- , but await tour order. was tho forerun- crat but a Negro must not do so; that Sunday in October. Kinley administration will Is' neat SU 1'lf.Ifc Ylfi.A.14 Aunt Clara Govoss, an aged aud re- nhh'h aik citxlll for wennd promptly lilted. ner of prostration instead of prosperi- (iO.OOO out of !H),000 Negroes In MaryDtin'l hnve no fiiiiltiil to ty. c charged. land belong lo tho Independent Club spected colored woman, died ol apo- buck us. We would have n telephone In our Bi-- When not no paid S3 2. CO will otlleo but wucnu't hear. Cotiieaud hvv ti. .Mr. J. E. Carson, of Crab Orchard, and they mean to be recognized or de plexy Sunday night. NOEL .1 SON "ml ") approJudge Dawson has madu an was here on Tuesday and gave irood feat the republican party by voting for priation of $100 to fix the ford In Hangof the prospects for democratic democrats. He denounced the repubvictory in Lincoln county. He al.so lican olllcials for refusing him access ing Fork near R. L. While's and work T. L. heard some cheerful news about Gar- to tho o here. The Iron- on it has begun. KOWI.AND. KV.. Eubanks Bros, sold homo 1,000 pound rard county. clad, old line republicans hero opKsed ilnsGone Hack into the Coal Chief of Police E. M. Walker re- his coining, through fear that ho would rough stuors to George Wood at -- lo. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Hmm'iiicss. ports that Georpo Wallace and John turn some light on his benighted race. James Sutton sold a lot ol corn to J. J. J r Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. m. nnd OF HKOOKUN. lined So and This was evident as, It Is said, they Walker at $1.75 delivered. H. W. And Mill keep on Imiid the Jelll-- . Kennedy, colored, were retarnlBS at 4: 23 p. tu and 03 l. in. t e Givuus sold to H. L. Hubble tome year- ask Falls llrtmWi hikI otherpubtle. Coals and cjsts in the police court for a breach of refused him the and offer Miuifon! KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the imlroitnge of the the peace and William Ward :.'$ for the ed the Henotown band $' not to fur- ling cattle at Hie. friends ho want ('mil ran lenve orders with Caledonian : ,....12 37 p tn rts'i No. 24 Train going North Robt. Pollard, aged ob, died of drop J. II. IIIkkIu, whlili will T I.Ive liroiiipt atnish music for the occasion, but the 3 13 n m same ofTense. " " No. 26 " tention ,....12 01 pm " Niuth The drouth has been to serious here conservatives went 82.50 bettor and the sy Tuesday and was buried Wednesday No 2 " Co., Scotland. .... 27 p Hi " " No. 2d " - in the Lancaster Cemetery. Ho was a that it very nearly eauud a run on the music was wafted on tho breeze. AnForallll'oints. KOUNDUD 1HOO. &c SON, N National Bank. I had to threaten to othor proof that they feared tho olTect good citizen and will bo missed by all. "CKIWKI1I TICKETS SOLI). CIIKCKKI) THROUGH. draw my funds from its vaults before of his speech is the fact that 1'rof. R. Tho community extends sympathy to UAOQAGE B. IN Tor any Information enquire ol the cashier would give me a bucket of W. Fletcher, colored, of this city, re- his family in their bereavement. 6 STANI(iUl, KV. Dr. Cicero Eubanks was so pressed water, but as toon as he learned what sponded to him in a very abusive JOE S. KICK, Agent, Corn iiiul I Iny, KicIuhji, near the ltallread Stanford, Ky. I intended to do he gave rac free access speech, in which he denounced him with his practice that he and his wife Order Oil) re and Cruuhw. IH'1 Slrwt, to the cistern. for having the audacity to advise his have returned to Paducah after a very Stanford; - - Kentucky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. It is amusing to note the manner of race to vote for democrats. Fletcher ehort visit to the family of his father, Oual Vard, Mill .Mree), Utrljr J. II. lllln All rrni ilnlrlna l.u.t I'oil. f..r plank fence, Trains pass .luuctioti Oity as follows: SttU'lnellwn ciuranlrtsl. xjt and tutllliifer wire femvean nnd what they electioneering re&orted to by one of the only waived the bloody shirt. There Mr. J. W. Eubanks. Elder W. F. May 4 02 p m Ko. l.South .... 11 fi7 a iu No. 2 North want at my ttoie uenr Cedar Creek, on the pike 3 IS a m candidates for city councilmen. ' 4 1121pm When arc many here who concur with Uaugh-ert- will nreach at the Christian church No. 3 " ladlnit from Orab Orchard to Slanfuid I alw 30 p in 1125am " 0 ' keep un hathl a supply of plank for feiioln. All No. 5 " ....C 00 a m in the presence of heavy taxpayers ho Sunduy morning and night. S. P. 8 20 n iu " 10 9 . Kn kliuliof luinlwr f.ir liHlklliu irwe. alxilmarda andahinelM. All ritn dnlrinic any arlltlnof improvef. An not run Sundays, 9 and 10 is opposed 5 and to extravagant nc Buckley and wife have returned to thin kind can call on me at my im nrarl'e.lar MiddlebUrg, Casey Co. Ohio. cono fuitM South than Junction City, netlher ments, but, when with tho plebian, lie (i. '. 6.N(U.m0N. do they run riunda,8. ('nine Into otir store one day and khIiI "How Cnvk. favors sidewalks clear out to tho toll- D. G. Elliott lost a good horse with .My father N It you folk can ull f rheup CINCINNATI RY. Huckliii't Arnicn .Vic. JBANKFORTAD gates, street cars anu water wortcs. no something like botts. lirubct sells pxxli In another connt. but he can't The oest wire in the world fr imiI VIAGEOKObTOWN. will likely be one of the board. ore, litter, ehap. McD. Jones says that squirrels are onr, ulrerj.nill rheum, ferer all kln rruptluui. mjII thin I'hiMip." Our itiinttur wit' p. M. X. M ed hainU,flillWlm,eomiiil In a dozen more days the air will be plentiful in the woods adjacent here. TINNING & PLUMBING, Ar 12 55 200 Ltc. Somerset, 35 ItiMwItlrely cure pile or ""IT rriulrwl. It 8 20 " 11 31 " Jet. City. 3 IS IORItO Wnevi Gash And C30j more balmy, the birds will sing more S33 Forest fires are raging on tho knobs RUara.lUI'.ll"rlci reiiti wrMllMClinil r muuri ii" We Buy "os 450 Arr Georgetown, i box. I'urule bjr W.ll. fnndnl. ST A N V OKD, KY., 300 sweetly and the sun will issue a bright- " 6 30 I'rankiort, 1155 20 near Big Round Hill in Lincoln count- MeltoUTU, DruliU Gash. Sell o U now prepared to do nil kinds of numbing y5 30 er light. In view 01 approacning demo 8 40 Arr I'arls e;io Wo know where to buy and how to Imy, If n nil Tinning Mile proprietor of Demi' Stand at the Haul. Dally except Sunday cratic rule, and freedom from the corMrs. James Gann Is improving slowWrick lllainoiKl Itoof Vulul. Telephone No. C. D. UERCAW, O. P. A. . druicKlit of we 1.0II It 2", residence wo eau get an the ,hop on Mill 'l . J. ruption and extravagance of republican ly and her son, Walter, is able to sit Auk. iJ. UKrI, "It liJI"K New liKorery l Hie t lie; same way. article at half price I Kins ,Ma. II. Ilau(,'hrimu A t'o.'w Mill. only I lil iik' that run my cw.ish and It U the Uwt olllcials. Every night is spent in meet- up. wller have." J. P. t'wjMl, liierrlunt ROBERT FISH, Aria . writes. "Ir. Klii' New UlKoury ings composed of Negroes and illiterWo are Opening this "Week Charley McWhortc Is doing a land A WOllll TO fill and Is a Mire all that U claimed for ll; It Thu crack-- harbor, is now back at Ills old ate white men, who were once led to olllce business with the Superior Disc cunt for ouniilloii, eotulu and culdf. can not New good Iu Hourly every department, and ready to .stand In Mrs. Egbert's My enough furlu merits" lr. KliiR'a New MoKln-ncPROPERTY OWNERS. hhavo and haircut. All believe that tho republicans are their Drill ho bought of Hlggins & for t'oiniiniitlnu, (.oiifflm and I'uHi li not to those who have nerer traded with lis wo give you a Is best friends when they would hardly an it hui Ufa tiled fr a onarleruf a would Kays (.'oiihi to r.cc tin whether you Hooding work should call on him. Ho aland at the Iim1 II lien r century and Are you Insured ? If not, why not? suro to please you. Crab Orchard. Ivy. C5 Bpeak to them after the election. That M. W. Jones, F. U. Lucas, John and dlJilnt. Tree trial Iwltles at W. 11. Meltolwrta trado or not. It will do you i;ood to see the of dwellliiLfs nml barns gooil as yourn I'rtiK More. crowd mid money (lowing mi freely, and then gamo will not work this time. Robert Lanham heard Bryan speak at m you won't feel like rUkliiK your life Rolnt; lo Cupid's arrows have been doing ef Lebanon, and pronounce him tho greatEltctric Hitter. Klondike but wilt want to ktay at home and fective work In this county. Seven est man living. any moKloclnc IlltteM U a iiieillclnn suited for tteutlie trado with mom Ki'iierally neslel IhiI rluia 305 couples of our young society people, all Prof. J. II. Allen had a spelling miii. lien the liter IholmiI1. .iliainlocl leelins nrevall. Hvery tho one night U torpid and slii't'h and the liwdofH toulriiud well fenced, well popular in their localities, were mar. match at Turkey school-hous- e Mostly in A prompt iiwuf lhl nieilielne ofBros., McKinney dollarsyear. Involving you hs of million of Why slioubi felt evinvt to ei'nMi has all tho necessary Improve-moatjoyed by ulleruthn lonjt and (n'rliipi falal billon feTem ried on Wednesday. Mr. W. S. Fish last week, which was highly en ten from year to year We will sell privately and on easy No iiusllciiie will aet more iiirely la couutrraitllix und Miss Allle Denton, of Paint Lick, those in attendance. ixhi and freeing llienvMeiii from the malarUl Stanford, Ivy. Your Proporty May Bum Iiloluev E. E. Kelsay is the republican candi- lleod.iehK luilliritlon, Coiittipalion were married in your city. The others mid Sl.OU ler Ixiltle FIRST NATIONAL BANK to iUettrle llltten. were Mr. R. C. Arnold and Mbs Minnie date for justice of the peace In this at W. Within a year, within u mouth, within SI McltolwrU UnuMore orSTAMOUI). KV hours. Why should you expose the accuStone, of this vicinity; Mr. Victor Rice precinct, und also an applicant for the mulation of Inmost loll by Surplus, $15,750 u (duple lire, year, of can destroy to lovs an Capital Sto:k $100,000. and Miss Pattio Herring; Mr. Allen Yoacmlto which It In Pror.. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, cattle kings of hour ? Hollcltliiff a share of your patron ago Gullcy nnd Miss Molllo Casey; Mr. Lyon it Allen, tho Attention of the public la railed to the f.ict that ltOMpectfullj, Unthla la the only National Ilanka la Stanford B.ttucaster, : Kentucky. Charles Dunn and Miss Josle Saddler, this section, passed through town SatUndo rta leer, der the pronrluni ol the National ltank Act of Bryantsvllle; Mr. George Conn and urday with a bunch of good capital Mock, Kontucky deKuitors are Mt'tired not only by thelor an amouut Qustonville, - JESSE D. WEARE1T, Newly furnished: clean beds; splcndsd Miss Mary llahllity hut hy the i steers they bought in Adair counDavis, of Lowell, and C. J. Porters eiialtii theitock xithat dco!torsof tlilj liutltu-tlu- LANCASTER o -- r.t. I' ADV-A-ITCM- I FIRE INSURHNDB ul-- lt re-jwr- ts --- et W9te mm. 1 SHELTON, court-notif- FMKNIX of Insurance Company, U tn-s- court-hous- Insurance 0EL DEALERS l COHL, R. MAHONY, Agt., y. ! 1 Note-N- A LADY' For For J. X.Jones, opp-.H'Jl-- Shreii'-iwrt- -- tf I 11I Saf-for- 1 1 store-roo- m y y. Ilrst-cla- ss t y Thoti-Min- ds FOR Itluo-Gras- sale:. Acres Fine Land s. - Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning s. I au-it- Tanner "Mlc Mason Hotel Everything trams. first-clas- s. 11 post-otlle- o. J. T. SUTTON, 1 two-year-o- ld table u ty. :m:x.:e3 xszogtS. s!a9flHRuH i&tfra?g!& PRICE, t, Stanford, vJSBBBvv o:a. w. x B. pxsrxrsr, Stanford, t Ucntlst,Lancaster street at Uesldcnce.Ky. OrHce on Blue - Grass Nurseries. FALL, 1897. Hull stocks, of I'rult and Ornamental Treib Grape Vines, Small Fruit, Aspanigu and ury tlilii;? for Orchard. Lawn and Harden. Yc Uxyo 110 agents but bell direct to tho jilnntor, saving enormous conimUsloris. Cat-nkiuo- ai aiilillcatioii to II. F. UILLRiVMEVEK. L?.Iiirton, Ky. Matters political are not warming up very much In tlijs county among democrats. But few of them seem. to know that the election Is close at hand. The enormous republican majority in the county has discouraged many of them and tho probability Is that tho coming election will bo an uninteresting one. Mrs. .7. II. Albright returned to Brodhcad Saturday, after a pleasant visit to her father, J. S. Coulter, and other relatives. V. R. Coleman, of the Reporter olllce, Somerset, returned Monday to his post of duty, after a week's stay with his parents here. Democratic associations at Pulaski's capital seem to have Inula favorable effect on "Virge," as ho made the writer a solemn promise to return here on city, on last Wednesday night, election day and vote at least part of in behalf of the "Independent Repub- tho democratic ticket. lican Club." Ho was frequently apA man in Cartersville purchased the plauded and Ills speech mude a good ir,iiinivrtnn which a man was hanged Impression. Ho urged tho colored nd blj,t u honnury 0f the lumber. Ho voters to declare themselves freo from has never had a chicken stolen from It, tho lash of tho republican office seeker and, It Is said, that tho colored brother and to vote for their own Interests. Ho go within a block of It if he can paid that they were 'entitled to a divis- wont possibly avoid doing so. Atlanta Conion of oliices, as they number ns mauy stitution. us the white republicans; that they had II. N. Fay, a Boston dude, was fined promised to recognize them and when $10 for hugging a colored woman. the time camo they were told to wait . 1 awhile and It would sontinuo so until Do von play whlat, cuchro or other Gabriel blpws his trumpet, and even iramcd? The P. F. V. pluyinp; card is card 011 tho then somo white republicans will toll bettor than any him that his time has not yet come. market. Send lo eents for ono deck or He claimed that tln whites of their 25 ccnta for two docks, stamps or curparty interfere in all thoir affairs rency) to O. B. Kyan, ass't gen'l . pass'r family, school and church included, apt., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio Nich-olasvill- OU'eri hlnBerrlceH to the jvople fWet I.lnrolu and Caiey count lis. lull (lock o( ColIJiisand hand. I), ti. Jurieuter. Manager. 95 SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Junction City, Plnt-Cla-i- K-y-. s reasonable reieetfully solicited. rate. Turnouts, prompt attention, Terr A portion of jour (Mtronaga la 18 arc ecuril ly a fund ol tXD,fjH. 1'he iwurn atatiiucntsol the rindltiotiol the Hank are maile each year to the United States (ioreruiiient and lit aveta aru exauilneil at atatol time hy cove rumen! rfiit aalet. amenta, thu mtMirlntfuddltlonal und toileixisllnn. i nrlelnally estalilliheil ui tho TliU Institution lUuk of Stanford in loAS, ilien irorKunlrel aa the National Hank ofSlaulord In IK.t audarfaln rcorKanlie.1 as the riot National Hunk of Stanford In ISrt'i, hat had practically an uninterrupted exltt. ence for 3.1 ye.ir. ll la better iiipplicd now will. lacllltloM for Iranvuiliu' hunlmmi promptly and than ever lefore In IM lonj and honorable career. Annum of ImlUlduali, tlducljrles, tlruii and InillThluaU solicited. DIHECTORS. Ueneral Agent. .... Stanforil, Ky , Jou.i ll. Castllmam. (J. Iu.niuw. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. e, Are You Going? Farmers Bank&Trast J.lI.Colller.Crah Orch'd; M, D.KIiuore, Stanford. orriCKRS. I. S. Ilockcr, 1'riiiUlentj J. J. MelUiliertn J.S. llotker, K. Tanner, 1 Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " K. Held, McKlnnov. J. W. Ilayden, Stanford S. II. Hauuhliian, " T.I'. Hill, W. A. Trihhle, " M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. Cmhler B3RBBE 5. MSTLEHM. MANAOUtS, Oorumcrco IBuilding, Louisville. A. A. McKinney, AsaUtautCashler. Agents Throughout tho oath. Co. W. A. Stanford, - TB.ZBBL3S. 37 Iocal Agent, South ? Then make the trip over the famous Queen & Crescent Route. Historic and scenic country en route, vestibulcd trains that have no equal in the South, and the shortest journey possible. You save a hundred miles of travel to the most important southern cities via the Queen & Crescent. Wrliu for information to (iencral l'aisoiitjcr Agon1, W. C. Cincinnati, O. Send Id cents for lino Art colored Lithograph Lookout Mo.mta'n aud ('litckainaua lUiH-urwji- OK STANFOIII), KY. - Kkntucky Paid up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,603 80 Hy provisions of IU charter, depositors arc a fully protected as are diposltura Iu National lUnka, its alinrelioldurs belni; held Individually liable to the extent of the aiuoiintof their stock therein at tho par value thereof, In addition to thu amount invented In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. Tendering our thanks to those who have entrusted their bualoess to us, we trust they will continue to do no, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 'JO years' exerlcuce In hanking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with bound ban klm;. DIHKCTOHS. J. B. HIGGINS, UKAJ.KU IN Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, fiO-ee- nt Mt. J. J. Williams, 11. Vernon; W. Cummins, l'leadicrsvlllo; S Owsley, Sr J. H. Owsley, J. S. II. Sliauks, WillUm tlooch, 8. J. Kuihry, J. K. Cash, A. V. Curiiciiter; J. ll. Lynn, J. N. Meiiefee. of Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Goal. Stanford, Kentucky. orriCKRs. S. II. Shanks. President: J. II. Owslev. Cashier: Cloods Warranted as Itcpresonted. Ofllco on Moln Street, opposlto Elraoro's Ftoro, i. ai. ungui, leuer ( J.h. TOTTEN. Salksman. jt-j.