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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897102601 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. W.- - , r - - "-- y JT- Sfrfr" HS??!!55!555!5!5?? . ti SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2(1 VICINITY NEWS. FARM AND TRADE. &C. XXVI. MATRIMONIAL. M. 181)7. NO. 68 PULASKI'S CAPITAL, POLITICS, P. K. Uawllngri, Ksq., hold court for There is a shortage of 17o,000 bales Tho changed that a year's time has Judge Clark at London. in the Australian wool clip. wrought in Somerset are many and Jess Ileliford, a miner, was fatally James Robinson bought in the South- strange to say they are all for the bethurt by falling slate near Jolllco. ern end a bunch of butcher cattle ut 2 ter. I say "strange to say" because W. K. Simpson slabbed and seriously to :ic. times have been powerful hard and wounded Aaron Cross in Harlan counJohn It. Gentry won three straight towns thai have held their own through ty. heats from Robert J. at Louisville, best this dull period arc indeed the excepF. M. Ford, a brothor of Hanker K. time 2:0.. tion rather, than tho rule. Since my C. Ford, of Middlesboro. died in Cali Forty mules and two horses of Alex last visit a magnificent Opera House fornia. Meekln were cremated in a barn near has been completed and numerous busTho Farmers Exchange Hank block Hloomllcld. at Nicholasvlllo was gutted by fire. Duroe Jersey boars and good ones, iness houses and homes have gone up. In short there is more evidence of prosLoss $T),000. too. If taken at once will sell cheap. perity in Somerset than any place I C. F. Clay, a brother of Hon. C. M. II. J. McRoberts. know of. The advnnco agent has been Clay, Jr., died at Paris, aged (:i. Ho Thursday night. The Richmond Register says that G. there and his impressions are seen on twice a was very wealthy. Mrs. Sarah Wilson, aged fl, E. Hlaek sold to John P. Harris 200 ex all sides. At Middlesboro, lied Scott, a brake-man- ,, tra feeding cattle at 4c. widow and tho mother of seven chilThe Opera House Is indeed an elewas run over and had both legs dren, waH married at Klkhnrt. Ind., to J. H. Gentry's Oral won at Latonia gant play house and Its nameThe olT Just bolow the knee, cut George Jones, just 21. Friday and It. II. Hronaugh's Kitty H. (Jem Is a most appropriate one. It Gen. W. W. Dullleld, at enmc second in lior race. Chan. G. Colyor, tho popular manahas a seating capacity of 800. not inger of tho Somerset 'bus line, and Mian Piuevllle, has been tired from tho suhogs at cluding tho boxes, which At a sale of Poland-Chinare very popHobble Koss wero married In South perintending of tho geodetic survey. New Holland, 111., 70 head averaged ular. Messrs. Hail, Claunch tfc Ogden Tho court of appeals says Joseph Somerset Thursday. Paragon. $.'tll.l7. Seventy of them were spring pay $00 per month for it and will make one of tho slayers of Judge pigs. Miss Dlngloy, of Maine, broke When money if their patronage Is as (rood in Combs, must go tho penitentiary for Tho Elmendorf Stock Farm, near the future as it has been in the past. her matrimonial engagement with Mr. life. Meleher, that gentleman apealed to Lexington, was sold to J. H. Haggin, Like everyone rof the 111) counties Mrs. W. II. Collier, wife of tho 1.10, or courts In a suit for broach of promise in Kentucky politics is warm just now nominee for sherill in Madison, tho millionaire turfman, for '!, and secured a verdict for $1,7811. in Pulaski. The 700 or S00 majority was thrown from a buggy and had her $100 an acre. Lou Hrnmhlc won the Cincinnati Ho given McKinley will be knocked sky At Wayne, Nob,, Mrs. Fred Edwards arm broken. and lior three husbands gathored for a Tho appeal of John Pugan, who wuh tel Handicap at Latonia Saturday, de high this year and it looks as if several and had a dellttlo family sentenced for 21 years for killing John feating Simon W Lakl, White Frost of the democratic nominees will win. lightful time, though the two divorced C. Col son at Middlesboro was argued at and Hex in the order named. Tho republicans are scared to say the II. L. Frank, of Hutte, Montana, re- least and mighty little sleep will be Insoonied happier than the present hus Frankfort and submitted. band dulged in by them between now aid Middlesboro will mako a desperate cently paid $2,000 for a ' t, McKlnney, 2:1 U, out Nov. 2d. County Judge Danville, 111., Mrs. Carrie At effort to secure the big armor pluto fac- colt by the great Catron has u a widow, aged H2, was awarded a tory to bo located in tho South by the of a mare by Robert McGregor. hard race and it is no cortninty that ho for damages California furnishes tho fastest new will verdict for $rl,:m.:n Pnlted States government. defeat Den V. Smith, the deiro pacing performer of tho year in Joo broach of promise. Tlio defendant was Seventy-livminers went out at Lily era tic nominee. John Gernand, aged 71, a retired capi- hmt woek on account of a notice posted Wheeler, 2:07. by Sidney Arnetl, son There are IIS candidates for town ofof Sidney, dam by Grand Moor. talist. by tho superintendent reducing the fices and no little pulling and hauling Win. ltusMsll Taggort, son of tho price of mining -- i cents per ton. Moses Kahu shipped 11 cars of exKrt U being done. Tho most interest is in wealthiest morcliant In Louisville, lias cattle Thursday to Now York. Tho the race for chief of police, In which Mrs. T. J. Vlckcry, who was taken, been ordered to pay his wife $10 a week to Louisville two weeks ago to have an steers cost from 4J to lie, and averag- there are three candidates, viz: Pros' jHJiiding suit for dlvore. H says ho operation performed on her, died from ed l,o00 pounds In weight. Paris News. ent incumbent, It. O. Hughes, C. C. m'arried the girl while intoxicated and Vegetables are being dried now liko Gllllspie and James S. vYiekorsham. the effects and her body was returned did not know what he was doing. apples and other fruit. Seven pounds Each claims to have tho race won and to her homo at Somerset. The Louisville Times printed 21 marHen C. Allln, the oldest son of the of potatoes will weigh one when dried, somebody is going toj-bdisappointed riage notices Thursday afternoon and late Col. Hen C. Allln, a resident of the and other vegetables shrink in weight as sure as Nov. 2d comes. addod that notwithstanding tho drouth McAfee neighborhood, was tried hero correspondingly. Clever J. K. Claunch still has charge the Indications are for no slender crop for lunacy and found to bo of an une Tin Harrodsburg Pemocrat reports of the and will hold on until of Kcntuckian humanity In tho near sound mind. Ho is (Kl years. tho sale of nine Spring mules at $30 the latter part of February. He is a Is a believfuture. Uvery bridegroom steers at .'JJc. very popular and efficient official and and a lot of Sayings. er in tho advent of proswrlty. Hiram Hurst and Fannie Hird, An old inhabitant tolls tho same paper the patrons of the office, regardless pf Mis Mahlti, with whom young Crock- charged with killing Geo. Kennedy In that a drouth is always followed by a politics, will bo sorry when he is made ett, of Kicholasvillo, wassodeserawly the northern part of the county Sun- severe winter. to walk the plank. The following genin love and for lovu of whom lie shot' day night, wero brought here and In the Toledo, O., warehouse, there tlemen arc anxious to succeed him: himself, stays by his bedside night and lodged In jail Tuesday night. It Is said are over 170,000 bags of clove seed, Frank Llnvillc. C. H. Porch, A. M. day. They have Iwoome reconciled, Kennedy was cut with a knife and died more than is in any other city In tho Parsons and II. Green Trimble. and the young man now says ho Is Hy a break up at tho electric light world. On tho market It Is worth $U. 10 next day. Mt. Vernon Signal. anxious to get well. Their dllllculty for cash, and In October i'lAo for De- plant, Somerset was without lights seems to have arisen out of a lover's while I was there and her people were cember delivery. RELIGIOUS. quarrel. Goers says that tho first heat of the groping in darknoss. The gentlemanly ovenlng at At s o'clock The Haptlt Recorder has Issued a purse at the Lexington meet- landlord of the Hrhiklcy House didn't Kingsvllle, Miss Agnes, tract on sanclitlcalion, which can be Johnston hardest drive of his life. her home at ing was the have enough lamps to go around, but tho pretty daughter of Mrs. Hottle C. had for 5 cents. His horse, Dare Devil, was on tiptoe candles were pressed into service and I). P. Pennybacker. will be married to Tho action of a preacher In signing tho entire route from wire to wire, and we found our beds without much troubDlneen, aC.S. freight conductor, whoso nn liiinlie.iLloti for n llrmor license for made a record of 2:01)!. le. homo Is at Ludlow. Father Thomas, a t Umwna irinCoton Inn, threatens to Tho Owensboro canning factory estiSomerset hardly looks like herself Catholic priest of Danville, will iy jlliimM)t tll0 ivesbyterian Synod of New mates Its output this season at 7.0,000 without saloons. The the ceremony and Mr. T. Plnoon and t,mey cans of corn, beans, tomatoes, peas and tionists claim that a great deal of wills-- J , Miss Gertie ronnyimcKer m uu K George F. Campbell the expcll- pumpkin. It will run probably 110 days ky is still sold there, but I'saw no evibest man and lady. They will iiiil'iinl. ed Methodist preacher has secured tho before linishlng the present stock on dence of it. A big crowd was in town once for Eastern cities to remain a possession of his children and will at hand and contracted for. Saturday and If there was a single week or so. once begin the study of law at Frank Fowler, the turfman, on hear- drunken man I didn't sec him. ing that yellow fever had Invaded his The feeling brought up by tho hot As a tribute to Major J. W. Thomas, Sam Jones Is holding forth at Hen- family at Mobile, Ala., hlroJ a special race between Judges Morrow and Den- president of tho Tennessee Centennial derson and as usual stirring up the train of tho L. & N. at Cincinnati and ton hasn't died out by a long shot and Exposition, his colleagues in the manand monkeys. His daughter atone of the How to that city at tho rate of f2 miles It will be a long time before Pulaski' agement, the citizens of Nashville pianos, a cornetlst and 112 voices fur- an hour. He paid $100 for tho Pullman will roll up a big republican majority of tho State of Tennessee, have soleet-e- d nish grand music for tho meeting. car and $1 a mile to tho railroad, mak- ngain. Tho republicans are fearfully! Thursday, the 28th, of October, to Elder J. H. Wheatley reports to tho ing tho trip cost him $SS0. demoralized and if something is not bo observed as "John W. Thomas W. J. DcHaun has bought 1,000 bush- done the county will fall into the at- Owcntou Herald that he had 22 addiDay." To make tho occasion as tions to his meeting at Greenup Fork column. Friends of the above tractive and memorable asKsslblo, ar- Haptist church, in Owen county, and 21 els of wheat for December 1st delivery at 00 cts. and 2,000 hushelu for January gentlemen are lighting eacli other and made for a great rangements are being Itethany church, Grant county. Ho also bought many of them will support a democrat 1st delivery, at $1. Industrial parade In Nashville, In addi- at The World's W. C. T. U. Executive from different parties 100 barrels of in preference to tho other side. tion to tho many interesting features Committee has authorized the celebra- corn at $1.00. S. E. Hottoni bought of Tho telephone fever has struck Somwhich will bo presented at the Exposito tho suc- tion of Neal Pow's birthday, March 20, Clark Harbison his crop of wheat, con- erset and there are few towns which tion. In ordor to contribute Mies sisting of :I00 bushels, at 87J cts, deliv- have better service in that line. There as a National temperance day. cess of the day by encouraging many Francos 10. Willard was ered at once. Advocate. are 100 or more instruments in town visitors, the Louisville & Nashville president again by tho body at Toronto. At T. J. Hurgess' tale In Scott coun- while the whole county is traversed by will put Into effect October 27th and Tho Preachers' Aid Society of tho ty. 2o good, medium maro mule colts tho lines. The price per instrument is for trains duo at Nashville tho morning low excursion M. E. church, lias a fund of $20,000, sold at $10; .'10 fair, second-rat$27; 1J0 only $l.i0 per mouth, which is a fourth of the 28th, tho same $.17, and some less than the Stauford company charg Including admission to tho Expo- which the society Is trying to inorouso two to broke, rates, to$.")0,000, the interest only of which is vearlliiL'S. $:ii) to $10: 000 medium to es. sition and transportation between unfor tho benefit of supporting preachers, good slock owes sold from $2.f0 to $1,110, Senator Deboe was billed to speak at ion depot and grounds, which have widows and orphans. an average of about $1; f)00 cattle sold; Somerset last Monday, but he failed to been mado for other special days. their C. Hendricknon Carpenter has (iO Rev. last spring steer cattle, $17 to $20; put in ills appearance and caused conThose of our readers who are not facan obtain Infor- been holding a religious revival ser- 100 yearling steers, $2o to $H7; several siderable disappointment. Tho Pula miliar with the rates vice at tho penitentiary during tho lots of and feeders, 4 to klans had a curiosity to hear tho great mation from ticket agents of the railpast mouth which has resulted In 250 4 cents: 100 good homo grown heifers Senator tell about "dead corpses." e. road company. m convicts joining tho church; b3 were from $10 to $.'12; siioats, ' to M cents; E. C. W. ALVKKSON. The Jessamine Journal immersed and .10 sprinkled. 110 light weight hogs about 4 cents. On July 1 there wero l,X preslden Tho religious services at tho new prints a good picture of one of the Tho 000 horses advertised wore not ofJOL'liNAls most faithful com- Haptist church on top of Halls Gap fered as tho distemper had broken out tlal postolllees, embracing 1(!'J 7j0 second-clas- s and L',814 third-claspositors, with this comment, besides Saturday was attended by .'!00 or 400 among them. Tho nut Increase for tho year in printing what his homo papers liavo people, and the hospitality of Miss MaTwcnty-cljjh- t lives wero lost Sunday the salaries of the postmasters! at these said about him: Fow young men In mie Carter, In tho spreading of a free ,i,i w.etlim of tho State are better dinner for tho big crowd was compli- morning on the New York Central und olllces is $97,(100. The aggregate salaknown or have more friends than Jcsso mented and commended. Rev. J. H. (Imle-oHIvor railroad near Garri-oon'- ries aro 8230,800. Monoy orders to the Uu is a native of Nich- Crouch preached morning and afterM. Alverson. N. amouut of lSS,171,0ot) wero issued and , when ono of its fast olasvlllo, having been born In tho house noon and says ho mover preached to a trains dashed Into tho river. ri,'.)7(il0(i0 pieces of mail matter went to on North Main Street now occupied by more attentive audience. About $."2.-f- 0 IttillroiUl men say tho water had Undei the dead letter olllco. Rural free de was contributed for tho benefit of mined tho tracks, and when tho train livery was tried In 20 States with Dr. W. H. Fish and which was built by satisfactory results which sugAlvorson's fthur, John L. Al- tho church. young reached tho spot it found no ballast verson, who moved from this pine to ougiiio and two cars plunged gest tho feasibility of making rural do and tho Eighteen men have been convicted at Richmond about 20 years ago, where ho into tho stream, which as.)0 feotdeoi'. livery a permanent feature of postal adof systematically robbing ministration in tho United States, died. Jesso Alvoisoii loft Nicholas- Palton, Ga., Yellow fovor sooiiis to havo of tho Southern railway for tho vlllo when qulto a small boy, but his cars In a suit by the representative of a good start at Montgomery, for SunEight who did tho rob- a bright fuie and happy disposition has past tlvo years. day's record was two deaths and eight- boy who was killed by a piano whh'i to prison for from one . never bei n forgotten by tho phi mates bing were tout There wero three he was loading en a ear of the Cincinto 10 yearn, while 10 merchants who een now of Ills early childhood. thirty-on- e new eases at Now nati Southern in Boono county, tho judisposed of the booty wero lot off with deaths and ono death and five now ry rendered a verdict for $2,510, when Orleans and Tho Fowler Cycle Company, of Chi- lines. Charles E. Vest, of Portland, Ore., eas.es at McIIcnry. .Meinphis has four $25,000 had been sued for. cago, one of tho largest bicycle conThree persons were burued to death and tho people aro terror, cerns In the Wist.asslgned Friday. Not- shipped 1,000 dozen eggs and about a now cases and seven others severely Injured by ti us, ton and a half of poultry, fresh meats titi'iukcu. withstanding prosperity, they tell Within u period of eight years, be- lire in a hotel at KcllettvHIe, I'enn. has returned. Liabilities are said to bo and oysters to Alaska, which ho exIt is confidentially predicted in Louwith 18!)0, tho people of Kau-6a- s about $o00,000, with assets considera- pects to transport over the Chilkoot ginning paid olT 5100,000,000 of inort-gug- o isville that Weaver's majority will Le havo bly under this sum. Tho company em- Pass to Dawson City by dog train fully 7,000 for Mayor. indebtedness. Christmas. ployed 500 men. Green wold and Miss Maud ljui-kcwero married ut Liberty. At flulgovlllo. George Ford, H7, uud Miss Ida Hunter, 18, were married. Sterling Itoy. to, and Miss Molllo Jnrvls, 18, wero married at Cumberland Gap. Mr. V. L. Loavoll and Miss Molllo Moss, of Garrard, wero married at tho Gllchor House, Danville, by Hev. Jan. L. Allen. W. IIolTman Wood, loeal editor of tho Ml. Sterling Gazette, and M Ins Gay Hebar Wlmley, of Paris, were married James t 3B k1?sA4i It's All Over Now ". i That we have the Finest -- Line OF- Men's, Boys & Children's Clothing At Lower Prices than ever known Better goods and lower prices we give you and save your toll to Danville. well-know- n tiesiie: THK DKMGHTS OF TLNNIS. : g-lob- e, a J. L. Fkohman & Co., Danville. --- Ad-kin- s, & -- a dem-ocrat- lc I (oaf, Hay, Oats, Straw, y? Nilp-tui- r. I M ; Av. In f.iet n! Kin - s of Mlwd IVud at tliu re-uni- Ij) U LOWB3T M ARKBT P'RiOE. Wo are prepared to Cor-bet- ... TIihii nn Sell COAL e one :iml now Is th' tlrrn to buy before prices advance. and Seo lTs Cheaper Conio l!f J. H. BAU HMAN & CO. I b'LOoi METAL ROOFING. , post-olllc- A. CSIHE, CEILiNG. ( Ilar-rodsbu- rg 1.000-poun- d VvX. i STANFORD, n&XSX rVi 7 Y a 5 SIDING, KY. FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. rai r EK? n iv w w HT TiT Y7 ' .i J-- m i -. a iO rrs. f rv -- Our Mock now complete at Lowest Cash Prices. DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. fegl anti-prohi- bi Kvery tlilnjr Now and Latest Stylo In Writing Paper, Tablets and Cards. ......" - ITop-kinsvill- e. DltlK.l.lST, STANFORD, KY. llW.Sa t?G l&g&msmM&wm i J j N. 1J. Where you have more than o e qjiliry dered, and when we do not specify the maker. any drug or- dem-ojral- ic fllweiYS the prescriptions a is Send the Bests. i - That i - i I . i I t i it s vvhy your . ahv.iy- - , o m ; .V - NY At A DRUG xSTORE. 7"i .tsitVrr! . u piiti-uiiUlii- e Mere to Send r. ' ' My Girl to School - ld It lias full (.'nut-feol '! utmr" n m-- . It ti.ts trnlMi-i- l anil i xiieHeiu'cri teach .11 ijraIti. er- - I ' f ir t i !i . , 'i intuit ;r of lil-'nil netful f It was .tliil-l- )' ii foi th' wHIhiv mill iiii "tiuHCe of SlNtH-i- l mill I t icnin cmmiv. Lpt all tho ..." ii. touting luvi.' Inlluem u .3 M tulonl una vu oth..'iilc o' idm. . i'.i!lv r ii)Uvl ,m.l nu.iny siipjuirt. er i,1hoI. nllyiirimiiJ :i iv it S'HwIon'ofton I' r Tuil l.if.ir 11 tti.in call tt 4iv. ".nB. hi the collepoor Not .1 n.u, . 1 . 1 writ for catalogue, W.M. Slllill'oN. Phksiiient. m Urt-clas- s, s. a, past-ung- er -- yen-oral- ly Vf SinsSjfw tw kSSBtr wvVEKVMrHflff !& hbHIHBh I cas-et-- TI'C lu .t ! t.tcHi .tutl t t bo-fo'- ro bain (ui ifiiiii.inMit tn fi sj-ri- r . 5ui i.i .1 ifii.'iUiii. I I'lirniupi. In Mill li- - 1 1 rlor Is tho Qcnulno Disc Drill, has btoa c Drills uro an oxjarl intandan other unit r ttor-otiijb- l;, nllioU. 8. Cou t i'li'K- - i.'Ht outtoni ' HJGGINS & WKINNEY.IJ! - f,teSr!tHfejtWNr4ltU rt:- W Sam M. Owoiirf. who mudo an excelAN' Injustice was done Gov. Bradley has closed its doors, leaving only ono lent jailor, has fairly won his promo In a paragraph printed In our last is- bank thoro. tion to the olllco of shorllT, to whicti ho sue. IIo Is not engaged In tho business At Hannibal, Mo., Mrs. Virginia will soon nccede. He is honest, firm, of restoring convicts to citizenship to lodd, was sentenced to 'St years for Tho record Stanford. Kv., OcroEK26. 1S97 courageous, faithful to duty and untir vntufhn r.mithlli'.'in ticket. remarkably killimr lior ibmi'litm. ing In encrjry, and he will prove a ter- shown that ho has been Hobort Shackelford, brother of thol ror to evil doers. A tremendous clTort careful in the matter, extending tho democratic candidate for appellate Is holnjj mado to defeat hltn, but It Is privilege only to those most deserving clerk, died at Chicago. W. P. WALTON. not written that it will ho successful, it. He declined to restoro 21 In one Tho son of his father, Robert T. Lin even if the republicans havo put up batch last week and every day ho re- coln, has accepted tho presidency of their best man ajrnlnst him. Tho dem- fuses to aid tho republican campaign tho Pullman Palace Car Company. ocrats know Sam Owens' worth as a managers in that direction, unless they Charles Decker, said to be the oldest man and na an olllcer and will seo to it can show good records for their men soldier of tho rebellion, died near Val THE EXCELLENT DEMOCRATIC that he Is tho next sheriff of Lincoln since tlioy left prison. paraiso, Ind,. at the ago of !)!) years. ... . i UM,.,. s,iW it ..i.. .. cqumcur .... i, wnen mu they ever sec M.iutvti iuwc vmucs TICKET. county. Robert Davidson, a Cakmsi.k will be white boy, is in jail at Lexington for thctn equoled ? Where did they ever see tlntn equaled? Three The Bard of Avon was wont to re. George V. DeHord, the gallant old strong questions simply asked to cinph.isi.j Uk ko'jcj here ad ver-iseConfederate soldier, who gots no pen- unable to make any speeches in the attempted rape on a Negro girl of 12. mark "that comparisons arc INCREASING cloudiness, warmer, is no doubt tho repi bllcan sion and asks nothing more than a Kentucky campaign, owing to legal and wo have . candidates fully agree with hltn. espc-- 1 chance to earn an honest living by his business In New Yok and Washing-Ion- the only hope the Signal Sorvlco holds Courier-JournaIt is hoped that out for a rain. It has been quite- cold, cially since they tutTcr so severely by ' own exertions, has been endorsed for ., . 1. .. . . .. rt! t. A Negro criminally assaulted a young It wo snail, nowover, at iiiu- risic ui Mn.ntAnltn ui uiuumcuui jiiuur, ...1. wiiiuu tho gentleman has heard of tho now ho is Hlllng with signal credit and law against throwing rotten eggs at a Jewish girl at Xenia, O., and ho had to olTcndinc their sensibilities, contrast them with tho gentlemen the demo-- ! care. Wo do not know much about speaker and that fear of such a shower be spirited olT to keep from being cratic party has named for the olllccs tho man who is running against him, has nothing to do with his failure to lynched. but wo do know that If he was ten times come. IIo ought by all means to give A cage in a museum, containing 100 to be filled a week from as good a man as he is ho would then us another trial, so that his friends snakes, was crushed by a crowd at First comes Sam J. Shackelford, the might do him some other Indignity to O. Many were bitten by rattleequal if not tho superior of tho four not be as good as George DeHord. POPULAR PRICES ! The influence of low prices and honest vaI Garland Singleton is somewhat han- create sympathy for their cause. snakes. him for appelmen who are opposing Pive peoplo havo died from Injuries ues asserts itself very readily when you visit our stoic A big aslate clerk and against whom their com dicapped by the fact that his opponent Recounting the wonderful exploits received at tho Robertson theatre ac- sortment of Lrcss Goods at the popular prices. bined efforts and those of their follow- as a woman, but that should cut no fig of Candidate Hlndmnn, tho Courier 29 inch all wool ers uro exerted. He was regularly ure, bho has been regularly nomina- Journal lugubriously says, "and it has cident at Cincinnati and three others Suitings at ch all wool worsted diagonal in black at 40c. 35c. will die. nominated by his party and no charge ted by that party and it is just as much all been a labor of love." This Is all ch all wool Serge in blue and blacks at 25c. 16 inch all wool of power to tho duty of tho democrats to seo that John Shultz, of Canton, O., hung of incompetency or lack bosh. Gov. Hindman could not afford himself just after ho had registered as ladies' cloth at 25c in blue, red, black and brown. Ladies' and chiltill the olllcc has over been mado she is defeated as any other whose name appears under the log cabin. Mr. to make such a pecuniary sacrillcc, if a republican, which was eminently tho dren's knit against him. Ho will be elected, and underwear. Union suits at 50c, full size and neatly ho wanted to. Somebody else Is pay proper thing. when ho Is, strange to say, will havo bingleton is well educated and well ing with tape and pearl buttons. tho freight and not kicking at the Children's clastic ribbed pants Dr. Lizzie Gray Guthorz, of St. no more power to change our Ilnanclal equipped for tho olllco of superintendof tho bills. Louis, has been elected president of and vests at 20c per Suit and advancing according to sizes. Chilupon un- ent of schools and will bring to tho dis- hlze system or thrust free silver willing souls Hum tho commonest man charge of its duties a mind aud heart A WHITER, in tho Chicago Dispatch the Southorn Homeopathic Medical dren's scarlet wool Merino vests and pants at 25c each. thoroughly in sympathy with public goes Into a very learned disquisition to Association. in the land. MEN'S CLOTHING. d Gen. Miles, in his annual report, Our specials in men's clothing last Our nominee for circuit judge, Hon. school demands and the cause of edu show that gray heirs aro not always cation generally. an increase of two regiM. C. Saulley. Is by nature, training, a great triumph and wc arc still otTcring the same $., $6 50 Wo havo sign of ago. So glad. the C. Granvlllo Baker, who will bo tho education and experience a model been trying for years to make people ments of artillery and five of infantry and $8 50 Suit bargains until they arc ill gone. in the army. judge, quick, ready and rarely wrong next assessor. Is In every way better believe that 6iich Is tho case. Lacy Roberts, who broke jail at Bon- In his decisions. His record speaks suited for the position than his oppoLADIES' JACKETS AND CAPES. New Jackets for children, ton, Ky., in 1SD2, while under life sen for Itself and counts with people who nent. His knoweledgo of tho value of POLITICS misses and ladies in fly fronts and blouses at $ 1. 50 to Si 2. Wc be- tence for murder, has boon captured admire a strong, fearless and impartial property has been gained by Ion ox- lievc it to be an indisputable fact that we have the largest line of judiciary. His opponent is not. his l'erlence in business and his methods In Louisville So Nogroos registered near Anna. 111. An old man of IK), at Hartford, Conn., capes ever in Stanford. Each and every one brand new, up to date peer In hardly any respect. Ho may j Insure a prompt, full and complete o as democrats. There are "02,000 registered votes in committed snlcldo when ho awoke to goods. a good lawyer, but he has an ex-- ) cessment of the taxable property of tho Mouse and plaited backs $1 to $io. Don't fail to give us a llnd it wan all a dream that ho was ceedlng poor way of showing it and his county. The republicans havo named Greater Now York. call before you buy. Hon. W. J. Bryan will speak in Ohio young and vigorous again record as prosecuting attorney is not man against him, more to suit tho tue la.it mur clays or ttie cam pa i n. j locality than his William Gabel, of Lima, 0.,took ac Utness for tho place, very brilliant. James Harvey Wilson, Negro, Is run- onite with suicidal Intent, but it didn't Sam Owsley. Jr., has no oppo-- , and as tho olllco is a moit important John sltlon for Commonwealth's attorney, one, the tax payers will see that Mr. ning independent for magistrate in tho take effect quick enough and ho blew his brains out with a rillo. because tho republicans know that' Baker, who Is eminently tltted for tho Junction City precinct. A special session of tho Senate is exilliam Winston, a Boston drumthey could not beat him even If they . business, is chosen to do the work, had fit material for the otlice. He has j Millard P. North, who carries our pected to bo called Nov. 15 to consider mer, was robbed of a WOO diamond pin A.;UIU!ANSKY A CO, IWiuctou. at Louisville by a man who volunteered made a reputation as a prosecutor rare- - standard for representative, would do the Hawaiian annexation. T. I. HANKY. Manacikii It is said that tho investigation of the to fix his disarranged cravat. ly attained by ono of his ago and is credit to tho county in the hulls of leg- islatlon. IIo is a man of education and penitentiary chair contract has been A bicycle scorcher was severely beat- Paris, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrenci'liurg, rymhlnna, Verwiillo, constantly increasing it. , en by indignant citizens at St. Louis Georgetown, George T. Parris, of Garrard, who is bruins and being a lawyer is therefore. staved on" till after tho election. Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. In tho Inst two months Sam J. Shack- tho other day for running over and seis an 'he better equipped for making laws, the nominee for State Senator, excellent man and would shino in the Ho knows tho needs of the peoplo and elford has lost two brothers by death riously Injuring an aged man. A prospector who wont to Alaska recouncils at Frankfort, where his oppo- - having the courage of his convictions' and great sympathy is felt for him. Alex W. Francis, of Corbln, is an- port-, six suicides, three hangings, 11 nent drags along in monotonous modi- - and tho ability to defend them, be will ocrity. Personally he Is a strong man, make a most valuable member. The nounced as an independent candidate killings aud a number of deaths from exposure along the White Pass. with tho courage and ability to carry republican nominee would bo nothing for representative in the Knox-WhPlans are ut.der way for the consolihis point and he would make a fitting more than a notch on a stick. lie may ley district. and terra successor to Talbott, Varnon, Rigney be a pretty good farmer, but at a Paul Dana has succeeded his father dation of all tho sewer-pipd other democrats who have honored making he would bo as much out of his as editor of the New York Sun. He is coita ware manwaeturers or the coun said not to be a chip of tho old block try, with a capital of $11,000,000. tho position. Ho is a democrat and it element as a fish out of water. A tidal wave swept over the iilands Our good old German friend. Win. by any means. partisan, but ho will never bo accused is so hot In Boll county that of Loyto and Lamar, of the Philltpino of such a discreditable remark as his Landgraf, is tho nominee for coroner Politics and he is one of the very best of tho the prohibition laws are a dead letter group, completely destroying many Ituhbor Coats, opponent is proved to have made. Mclntoshes, Trunks ami Valises. .1 rices Botween James P. Bailey and the many good men from his country who aud 11 whisky "joints" aro running In villages and causing great loss of life. Ton of tho fox hounds belonging to liOW. Terms Cash. vacillating character and political has becomo ono of us. Vote for him full blast at Pineville. . at innnnn I.. .f.. . j ..... III UVU JU.UB the famous Corbln kennels at Loxlng- turncoat that tho republicans, after and give him a chance to Crow over his J lieilCll Ol Sl.lUU.WVV vainly trying to get other men to ac- - opponent, who is not near so compe-co- and an increase of 10 cents in tho tax ton, were shot to death to prevent tho per cent, is the record of tho sprend of hydrophobia to the balance the nomination, finnlly nominated tent or so deserving. rate. for county judge, the contrast is to loose are tho gentlemen whom tho first half of the republican administra- of tho pack. Chariot; Patten, of Cincinnati, for marked that a recital of it would bo democratic party has nominated for tion. merly of Covington, has been elected the work of supereogation. Mr. Bailey your suifragps. They arc gentlemen Tho Martin picnic at Voralllos is all that tho otnor man isn't. He is of standing and capacity, each one of drew a largo crowd by advertising treasurer of the Southorn railway. Ho capable, true to conviction, lirm in his them, and each has served his party speakers who were not expoctod to entered the employ of tho company stand for tho right and will never bar- - nnd his country faithfully and well, come and pt omising all the burgoo that messenger boy. Mrs. America Gaines has sued ter his oath to protect tho intetests of jThey all merit your support and it could be eaten. the county for any place in the gift of should not bo withheld from them. Tammany's executive committee vot- Ci. v. Hay In blmiison countv for any party. He will administer the af- - otamp under the rooster and that will ed 3250,000 to tho Van Wyck campaign fiercely assaulting hor or. the public ' . ,,.. .. , . . ... i.. .. uicuii -..!..., .. i i mu juiis ui .1 uouiu juur vuiu iu uo countcu lor ev- - fund for mayor of New York, and will highway and laid her claims at $i,0i0 in u iuu noil- -, !. est manner and add further to tho rep- - ery one of them. make another appropriation of a like He is worth $100,000. utation ho has made as sheritT and cir- - Finally, brethren, be alert, be con- - amount next Thursday. Rt. Itcv. Ocorgc Herbert KltiHolving, New York Democrats think they cuit clerk as a careful, painstaking and stant in season and out, quit yourselves like men and seo that every voto Is have a good fighting chance to capture assistant Ilpiscopal bishop of Texas, is capable ollicial. In tho person of Hon. Harvey Helm polled, and tho God of victory will the next Assembly. Tho Republicans a giant of six foot four inches, and "walks democrats havo presented a most ward your endeavors, arc not claiming more than six or along with an easy stride that always worthy and competent young lawyer eight members from Greater New excites attention. Ono morning1 lie St was hurryinjrnlongn street in ustrnnjjc for county attorney, who fully fills the Aftek a trial lasting two months, Yrok. JelTersonlan test for He tho jury in the Leutgert case at Chica-i- s Chairman Johnson, of the Democrat- city, wearing' big slouch hnt, when a bright, brainy and ambitious and 'go, reported after GO hours wrestling ic State Committee, has issued an ad- newsboy who had been following him will bring to tho discharge of his duty with it that they could not agree dress to the Democrats of the state, in with great curiosity at Jonpth called a fund of experience and common sense and were discharged, standing three for which he urges loyalty to tho Demo- out: "Say. mister, be you Buffalo 15111?" o, my hon," replied tho bishop, ns that will enable him to do so credita-- 1 acquittal to nine for conviction. Lcut-bl- y cratic party and its principles, and Lis eyes twinkled with merriment, "I to himself and his constituents. gert Is charged with killing his wife predicts a glorious victory. His opponent is a very clever man, but and then destroying her bod v" in hU w Mr. Yerkes asks the public to be am Texas George." even his best friends do not accuse him sausage factory with acids. Tho de- - lieve tho republicans have fulfilled A New York M;pcr says that Lewis ui mo iusst;eBiiiu ui muse qualities nee- - icnso claimed unci proved by several their promises. What promises - Have Wwiver, who lives la Mount IMensant cssary to make a successful county at-- witnesses that tho woman is yet alive, they reformed the currency? Have township, Adams county, has just . torney. und their failure to clearly establish a they abolished the deficit ? Have they burled his second wife. Mr. Weaver lollctl Is what may have hung maintained the civil service law? Ev- has had 22 funerals la his family, havJlr' ... ..., """"""" manner, io tnojury. It Is said that when Leut ery promise made has been openly and ing burled two wives and 19 children. ;.,, TJ ... mi wiu uiucc in a mouei its gert gets out on bail ho will either llagrantly violated, save those mado to He has eight children living, making duties seemed to come natural to him open a saloon or go in a Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, dime museum, the industrial trusts that contributed 27 in all. Ho is a shoemaker, has lived and ho performed them correctly and , !Io haa ,SbUcd , to the republican campaign fund. a card nearly nil his life In Adams county, and he Is Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. No man on the ticket is iy disappointed Louisville Post. is about 70 years old. that ho was not ' deserving than,ho and none needs quitted, adding: Room Oppobite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky "I did not kill my People are paying more for clothes, the emoluments of tho olllco more, to wifc aml do ,)0t know wherQ Tho iioston .loumal thus loyally , shoes, hats, coal and other necessaries h enable him to support a largo and raniBUro of life than they did a year ago, and stands up for the famous edible of its I(m town, growing family. Ills heart is almost as unt1 hhc "Docauso u man was hmJ, Tfa of t they will pay still more for theso choked tho bean: a big as his body and ho will go out of $20 000. comefl to death few daya ago by a things after the importers and manuhis way to accommodate olther friend facturers havo exhausted the stock piece of steak, vegetarians nwd not or political foe. Against his opponent j Loitu how tile newspaper corrospond-w- e which was purchased before the Dlug-lo- y necessarily rejoice. Peas and beans have been known to go the wrong way." have nothing especially to say, ex- - onts are given to lying! Ono at Col- tariff law went Into effect, and then opt Limine .irams wicn a mighty bad umbia telegraphs the Louisville Com- - probably they will havo their eyes Headed toy U. S. MODEL, HO. 38,353. A little more talTy while a man lives Son u.unuauu B..uum au..ar uio mie oi merclal that 10,000 peoplo heard Geo. opened to the fact that It is not the forof Klovcr'sMotlol, No. 20,711). tho (rrciito-,liruodlnir hojr Ifvlnir. HI'Miirvu and not so' much epitaiTy when he is CLAUDE. No. 12.601. son of tho World- - Columbliu. Champion, ciuuifc. and 11 007 poor dog Tray, which now appears cer- -' Denny speak there. We No. do not doubt eigner who pays the tax, as the repub- dead, is the admonition of a Kansas toppy young boars ready for service. A fow hI.ow Klts old tuimigli to breed, im'd br'ed nn . . . . tain to await him. hwh asiMJcfulty, forwilo. Thh stock l strictly that thov ..,,, , ,,, . In ovorv respect, with licans aro trying to make thorn believe. minister concerning an it.i Tr. rnrifr nnt nn1 Mnnltfl .. B ...til peUlgrycs. Prices reaviiiublo and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como and m 0t tney .Had boon there, or he has a voice Georgetown Times. hu theme. Ono of Speaker Heed's happiest UU Hi t llUit very long for those acquaint iiko a canape, take A few which makes sound and Rooclonos. Also hits was his definition of n statesman: Eggs, SI fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thov aroA. K. HUM)I.KY. Mammoth l'ekln Lock ed with the merits of tho two men denotes nothing, but for 13. Ilox J03, Danville, Ky. 10,000 peoplo "A politician who is dend." News Briefly Told to decide in favor of James P. couldn't stand in the little hamlet of Holdamfor circuit clerk over his op- Columbia, even if that many One man with money enough to buy A severe storm is prevailing nlon people ponent, who is 'in politics for the pur- would want to hear the his mortuary monument ahead of time roaring bull of tho northeastern Atluntic coast. pose of revenue only, running ut one Bashan. healer wus terribly Aiho Is uot aahamed of his vocation n A faith-cur- e electiou as a democrat and at the next John Hyman, of Loogootoe, Ind., who beaten by kulclux near Dublin, Ga. as a republican. Tho qualifications of Graham VhhelAnd, the vounir A lunatie In tho Ohio Insnno asylum has had caned In stone a barrel with a tho two men areas marked in difTcronco scribe, whom tho Courtcr-Journsends eewed up his mouth to keep from cat- - keg on top of It, the barrel inscribed: as their principles. Mr. Holdam has no around with Hindman to exaggerate In "A Cooper by Track." jr. superior as a penman and an account- and magnify, fully earns his salary. Is Receiving his It Thrco prisoners In tho jull at 1 Ik reported that a New York watchinsight . ant and has a butliclcnt ... . into is a pity, however, ' that in tho wm-ii- i t,w estook olT their coll door and w. .. nil i.. in f maker recently accomplished tho feat .1 ino uuues to im wio omco to wnicn no ' como the C.-will not have to answer caped. of drilling a hole through a common pin ' for the sins It will be elected most satisfactorily. forces him to commit. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Another bank at Asheville, N. C, from brad to point. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u WflO ? WflEfl ? d. SIX PAGES. odo'-oup," WHERE ? l. ( i.-- im-viwu- J to-da- y. LIol-gat- o, Complete Stock, New Styles, 36-in- 36-in- fin-she- d ds week-prove- ! as-b- J i THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kmi-nenc- e, Kliznln-Uitown- , j ( j Clothing, fiats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, it I j law-an- e Gents Furnishing Goods H. v , j pt , 1 J. McROBERTS. , Expert Glass Cutters. ( 1 re-th- o Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG HOOKER. office-holder- s. 11 . : UnDGRCAKIOG C. T J?Hcn" ( M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. great-faithfull- y. ac-mo- re 1 r'UjmYr'J - High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. t flrst-chm im-tVi- I ..-- H. G. RUPLEY, THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- ul Nloho-lasvil- le 1 l.f . I .m J. FALL f AND f WINTER GOODS. iiim U'i ui u. ' .1 n). ,i j. iii...--- t ,"ii i, t, 'im; jpii 1' -- T" '"' ' fi 11 "''"i 'ii'Amt 'I WV I'l'.yiifi.Tra.r "iry y 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOKD. 1 kV.. OcrOKK26 I 1897- - W - W M TON m mmmm jBV ssqsac DEMOCRA TIC 7 1CKET. For Aplate C.Fk, J. SHACKELFORD M " Circuit Judge, " " " " ' " " " C SAUFLEY. Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. GEO. T. FARMS. State Sei.ator, Jirtreentattte, - .V. '. SOUTH. County Judge. J AS. F. II A I LEY. GEO. II. COOI'FR. County Cirri;, County Attorney, IIARVF.Y HELM. Circuit Clerk, Sheriff, Too Much of Civilization. According to n New York telegram to the Pittsburgh Dlspntch. Joseph Lndue, the pioneer of the Klondike, found the uxury of tl)C nu.tropoll-- . more perilous than the privation of the gold regions. He has gone to the country for rceuper- iitlon. The Dispatch says: "New York has proved too much for the proprietor and mayor of Daw son City, who has fled Into the state for extensive repnirs. When Mayor Inline, tovvnovvncr.fitruck j Wall street with his pockets full of gold dust the first innii he met asked him to drink. Day after day Lndue drank and ate luncheon or dinner for nearly every unking hour. Gradually he ceased to sleep. Front Alaska pork niul bonus to the riches of the Waldorf was a change to astonish the best regulated digestion on earth. The lilg man from the Klondike kept up the light grimly. It grew to lie n case of Dawson City grit against New York chefs. At laM lytidtie gave up the fight. The digestive apparatus that served In Alaska went down before the broadside of meals and Lad tie groaned lu llesh and spirit. One tiny the Dawson City mayor missed luncheon, missed dinner and did not appear at supper, 'and (hero was much wonder thereat. Vrom Falls came n whisper that tlicdoctorshopcd to repair llic dnm ages worked by the good things of and return Ladtie fit to finish any gastronomic festivities Incumbent, on his position as owner and mayor of .1 whole town, who can pick up nuggets easier than n fnriner can potatoes." No A UIiir, No Wetltllng. wedding without n ring is quite as legal as a wedding without the bride's cake, but the absence of the little plain band of gold Is so unusual tliul it Is no wonder that any bride objects tofiucii the ring was not an omission. in evidence recently a wedding at Ixis Angeles. Cnl.. was postponed, and. what is worse, a breach of prur.,ise Mill is pending, lu this cum-- mi.vx a local exchange, public sentiment will doubtless be witli the defendant. Mrs. Mercedes Vnldez. of Los Angeles, who has an estate of considerable value and who is sued by Miguel Linares, who owns a lemon orchard near the town, for the sum of $'J0.00t) for breach of piomlsc of marriage. It appears that at the wedding Mr. Llnures forgot the ring, and t lie Spanish pritle of Mrs. Vnldez was aroused, anil she refused to go on with tite ceremony, asserting that she would tut milrry u man who could forget the ring. The wedding feast was not eaten, and the guests returned disappointed to their homes. The disappointed bridegroom now thinks that his feelings hnve been injured to the extent of , $20,-000. Admirable Courage. If a man does a thing bravely and well, even though it be directly at vuriancc with our habits of thought antl action, it isim possible to withhold from him a certain sort of respect, says the New York Ledger. lie has courage to assert himself, and, say what we will, we all secretly like that quality, even when it tells against us. A person who goes creeplngly and through the world like u shy dog In a strange place momently expecting a pursuing stick or stone, will generally get It, but let him "show fight." nnd he may choose his road free from cowardly interruption. The most courageous wins. Our uiirnl is that this courage should early liave the right direction. How mnny good men are lost to good euterpises through moral timidity. When the time of action conies, they arc lu fact "deserters." The negative evil they do cannot be estimated. ' "You've got an awful cold, Smlthers. Why don't you go to a doctor nnd get him to give you something for it." "Give me something for it I Man, he can have It for nothingand welcome." Kric Dispatch. "The lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine!" Was tho theme of the splnster'H song: And all who occasionally look on tho wlno Applauded her loudly and long. Chicago Tfmca-IIerald. Grneronltr written application asking for a vote upon the proposition to have free turnpikes nnd grnvel roads in Lincoln t ounty, Ky., was heretofore to wit , on tho 12th day of July, the first day of the July term of Haiti Court, 1897, presented to nnd recelv- r..l li . Tliry Were Urntrful. CIltCI'.MSTA.NCnS AI.Ti:il CASUS. 'gU fit S.'"ler Henry Jo Colson. nephew of Congressman David U. Colson. of Middles-borvvus o, New-Yor- married at Jllchmond, Ky., J. F lift 1,1) AM. SAM I. M. MVEXS GEO. Y. DEROM). Juib'r, C. G. II A KER. Awwor, IP.V. LAXDGRAF. Coroner, Supt. School, GARLAXIt .US'GI.ETOS The nominee for MagUtratc art. J. If. Raino.Stanfortl; II. J. W'allin, Crab Or- chant; II' .1 Coffey, IIuoHtillr; J T llrtiwn, Yayneburg M. The nominee foe ConttuhU are: Secd Peyton, Stanfonl; T. K. J'ettu. Crab Orchard, T G Xuiuieilft, UutttmriUt; W F Clymer, Ytiitnebnrg, - Crescent Koute. Handsome view o' lithograph, colored birds-ev-e MltHlunury Itldge, Will- Chattanooga, den's Kldgo and fxirllons of the Chick- Queen S: amatiga lloldjas seen from thu summit Highest otylo of IxHikout Mountain. of lithographer's art. On Hue paper; This Still tmother use for the plate 10 x2i. Mailed for 10 cent in, time It Is put Into requisition by a gun imiss r stamps. V. I;. Illneiirr-on.poultry raiser in Missouri, who applies ngt., Q. V ( Kotite, Cincinnati. O. it to liens to gauge their laying capaPublic Iluulth Association. (Ameri city. If the hen is not up to the stand-- , can.) Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. '2Tr'2Vt artl off goes her head and that chick 1U7. W. C. T. L eoiivuntion, Nation- ' goes to market. The man estimates al; nuffulo, N. Y., October that the gain in eggs laid each day has 1M17. already more than paltl for the apCongregational Molhodlst church, paratus, though how- - lie figures this out General Conference, Cnlvor:, Texas, is not quite clear. That is. lie does not 1M7. November explain whether or not It Is due to searing the hens Into a lively hustle to Rucklin' Arnica .S'iiv. save their necks. However, this is . . I. it'll iiiI IIP III "tuiti !" .1 vi la inr wvl.l I. llllla- i'iinn - probably the reason, as any sensible A hungry white horse, with the aptotter, eliiulrcr. uit r Iimiui. orr. .11 iihmiirt.iibUiM..r.n..ti.l Jijr iLin rruiiliii. ,,. Would be Inclined to do her'level pearance of having gone unfed for llpiwltlrljr cun- pllwor no rtlllrr.. Hi guara.itrol to gltr jwrfw:! utwacllon r iiiuiipt it- - best. many n day, after having browsed fnn.liil. I'rlo 8S rvntt T lu. Kor alc by W. II. among the banana skins in the gutter I Mriu.irt.. lrtinsl't. Chicago ban a young woman who calls streets, ' crfcC" " "hlnl nnd flower attendant." nt Clark and Washington tantl at the Head. yielded to the temptation offered ' p business is to take care of other Aug J llwl, ili lJlni druKviit uf . .Sew IK.rtljo.My. "Ir KII.C-- tn.gli an.l'"'"'r ' Jpeople's property. She goes dailv from by tbe new fall hat of a matinee It li thoUvt run- my only thing i.hc was about to enter the I J. I" r.iiijiiTll, inrrriiaiit ni Suf- - liotise to house of her patrons, feeding girl as Chicago opera house, and. after knock"! watering jet birds nnd cleaning SirtVtunri Min,r.irftuiiiitiitii.niiiKl ainlniM'. their cages, watering and trimmini: ing It olT her head, munched it until It My riHiimli fr It nnrlu lr Klng't Nc llThe hat was probably plants and window vrns ruined. oiirry fort JiiKuinpiloii, (igii amia i'M iMint draw It li lwn lrlr.1 for .iiurtrr f a i,.,v,,, worth $.15. The horse was wandering anfXKrIiHfnt tlulr It miit Mumli at Hip liw.l an.l iliMpl.iui I roo trial UiiilKt at w. li. Mrltniwit Vic a tlose of fertilizer when they need unbridled about the Chicago opern rug .rr. it. and In other tuijs keeping her feath- - house block, and had made several .. . ered nntl vegetable patients in good reaches for straw hats before he got Electric Hitler. f.ir any wjI a iiiwliriim condition. Slie flatters herself that one. The girl screamed In terror, and a lUmrir Hilton 'iltl on, ix'rluin inure gcii'rallr imUl nlini tlio hhe. Is "l. the only woman in this country crowd quickly gathered, but the efforts all- - .iinitiiit liur of the gallant were too late to save the lugRUli ami Hi., unit of a tniilc ami lug stleli a ocation. trill ami allrrallv.i l frit A nmiit tiuif tlil luntlrliiiMifhat. Chicago animals are still permitfatal liilloii touavrrta long ami tIi i lm- will nit lunmiiiiritly In counlornctlng .No The iirettv town of Morgaiitown, W. ted to graze nt will about the town hall. ami friviug tlipiviriii fnui Hut malarial oiti. Inillgixiluti, ciiiiiatluii llilne v".. can boast of being the home of the ,,fT U'"U Skimmed milk is now turned into '''y V.,'i',rlr Breatest crank of the age, a man of at . and ten. This man has champagne by an electric process, nnd iinst three-scor- e s In itsconding Mount Ararat thld fall employed n lawyer to secure damages the beverage Is clear, beady and in flavor, though StCHjber, a geologist, wiw frozen to for the loss of passage money paid by Dr. death. This Into Noah, who lit on tho.lonali when thrown overboard and It is said that 20.000,000 quarts of mountain Bomu yeitr.s back, made no cared for by the whale. The Virginian tkfcumcd milk are thrown away dally The absence of In the United States. Any-'- , traces his ancestry to donah and hope complaint of the temperature. "cruelty" In the new drink will be an thing lu the line of real estate, cold or to secure principal and interest. objection in some quarters. hot, came in very liatidv about that A writer In the Outlook savs that time. A few days since a cow belonging to about ten years ago a bereaved husband James Cnsey, of Fellowship, died sudThe number of dNutera within the in a little Connecticut town placed a An investigation revenled the scope of the U. S. life saving service stone over the grave of his wife on denly. year wiiri t!U, being conoid- - which he had inscribed the words: "She fact that a piece of wire had become during the crubly greater than for any preceding done what she could." Which is the colled around the cow's heart, havyear. Tho number of vcttfiulti ' totally equivalent of saying: "She done noble." ing worked Its way through the intestines. She had probably swallowed it lost was only fill, against (IT In 180(1 and lt!).". The value of vessels and , of a family of seven brothers named from some baled hay. 7U in cargos destroyed was over 10,000,000. I',lIe :,ml residing in Irwin county. On.. Two ladles driving along tiie Dalh-urj all of whom lived to an age of more (N. S. W.) road recently overlook a frotniNc-hoo- l one day tjian 70 years and two of whom survive, My lKy ciuno homo small boy trudging wearily along on with Ids liatul liiully laeenitii niul lileo (ling ot ver had a lawsuit or any kind mid Hiitrerlng great pain." mivs Mr. K. J. bare feet. When given n "lift" it was Hchall, with Meyer line. Drug t'o St. I.on- - of court case. Down that way the record found that he hnd walked from a I, .till, "luri'twiuiu nuiiin. ...r..i.. jlh sIK-- nt ivltli praise. Chamberlain's Pain Halm freely. All pain , to the valley (12 miles) to buy a loaf of futrt tlniii It eeiiseil and In iv remarkably i xii.i.t ..i k.vui-iiiliciiled without IciivIiil'ii sear. i orvMiunus. ' - .... ...-iri m .uiuuiuiui is ui ores- bread, which was a penny cheaper and rheumatism I know uslnjr as an ordlnarv carriaxre a there. sprains, swellings owned byGov.Cas.iu Crows nre besting or worsting the territorial days. The chaise Is said to and SOe sbes forsnlu liy Ondp& Mocker. South Unlontown. Mich. X-ra- y. Tli ere is n grain of truth In the assertion humorously put by u western paper that "lying Is expected lu ;i politician as much as in a circus man, a hunter or a fisherman, and nobody pays any more attention toll." The writer had in view tliote who are described by the word "politician" in its deprecatory Hut in a republic every man sense. should Ire a politician, taking the word In its primary and best meaning. No cue would say In seriousness that every tuiiti should be untruthful regarding his iwdlticnl acts anil tiufposcfc'. Even a diplomatist should not be a liar. One of the greatest of these said that he made It a rule always to tell the truth, for. since no one would believe him.it served the purpose of diplomacy bet. ter than silence or evasion. Ilesidea, lie kept his conscience clear. 'SquireArmerunder rather romantic circumstances to Miss Lizzie Foster, daughter of llobert Foster, of .lolly Jlidge. For some time, reports the St. the couple hav Louis been sweethearts, but the girl's parents were opposed to Colsou's suit. Miss by (ilobe-Deinoera- t. slipped nwny from home, joined her lover, who was at work In a field nenr the railroad, and. without waiting for him to get his cont. they flagged the noon train with a handkerchief, nnd went to lUehiuond. where they were made one shortly after noon. The groom, wlio was married in his shirt sleeves and patched punts. ownsnnO acre blue grass farm and is one of the most substantial young farmers in the county. Near Farsonfl, I'n., u woman put two tubs of clothes to soak, just outside the kitchen door, and then went into the house for a few minutes. When she came out one of the tubs had disappeared, leaving only a hole in thu ground wiicre it had stood. While she was wondering over the auatter, the other tub Kink outof sight. This made her open her eyes, nnd when in a .moment the family cow followed the procession she became alarmed and ran into the house. A few minutes later, she summoned up courage to look out of the door, and found that a cherry tree In the yard had gone the wny of the other things. The woman went to tell the neighbors of the occurrence, and received an explanation that the land was situated over an abandoned colliery, and liable to cave in anywhere. Thnt evening she told her husband they had better move. Getting on in business depends on systematic study, but not on systematic study of geology or economics or Latin und in vory few cases on a knowledge of (icrmnn even. How often hnve you people say: "You heard middle-agecouldn't exepet one as long out of school us I to pass a common-schoo- l examination!" Hut, says the Chicago Itecord, problems lu arithmetic, grammar and geography are coming up every day in business, and the man who solves them the quickest gets into the new field first nnd reaps the golden harvest. The simplest calculations have led to the greatest business discoveries nnd successes. d "I'm eorry to hear you have been ill. Had you to keep your bed?" "No. miss; I had to sell it." Picture- - , I I 3, It has been found, reports an exchange, that the oil bursting out of t lie bed of a creek on the farm of S. It. Smith, five miles from Campton. K,.. contains a very valuable quality hitherto unknown. Hy laying a plank ornnylhlng across the creek a jcrson can dam the oil up and gather any amount of it, and it hn.s been discovered that the oil will burn us fast as dry paper. The people, through curiosity, go to this oil spring, dam it up on the top of the water, and then strike a match to it in order to sec spread over the whole surface of the water a perfect blaze. This oil for lubricating purposes Is hnrd to surpass, nnd the beauty of it rests in the fact that it does not have to undergo any process whatever to be valuable for such purposes. It has also been found to work wonders in perfecting cures for bruises, cuts nnd sores. The postal service of the United .. I IkaaB - l J SIii-v- li." JiKr prt-- t lc-iii- wt - ing-root- ii ..li-insl- nir u pIvImp-ifntur- y , i - I - ftn - Cy Watkins was shot and killed by public library In a small town Eli Bailey at a political gathering at the position of librarian, previously Columbia. held by a woman, was recently given to a man. The local paper, in noting the appointment, says that it was made only lxxviuse of "there being some duties connected with the position that ore not in the province of a female to perform." Some time- ago a similar change in another library was explained by one of the trustees ns follows: "Well, you see, we want a 11 HERD THE b ran an we can swear at." In n a year above receipts, while that of Great Hrltain yields n profit of over $14,000,000. that of France nearly $10,000,000. that of Germany $0,000,000. that of Kussia SS.000.-00- 0 nnd that of even India nnd Japan $1,500,000. About the only other nations whose postal service docs not pay expenses are Cnnnda. Norway. Slam. Chili. iVru. llulgarla and Holivia. This deficit in the United States is largely caused by an interpretation of the law thnt carries in the mails an enormous amount of printed matter nt n sum greatly below the cost of so doing. States costs S9.000.000 Solution of nn Old I'rnlilem. The sewing circle owed a debt On the pastor's pulpit chair. And when at last tho claim was met It mude the circle square. Chicago Trlbuse. u at lie tlie One. Tli nt Hojack A writer in a llostou paper discusses the Impossible Dollar. Tomdik That must be the dollar a fellow tries to borrow. Detroit Free Press. Sinter Cot the Snail. Young Sister Mabel, here compa Capt. Goldmorcl Now. decide quickly. Either you give me your new sash, or 1 stick to this scat like a limpet! Punch. He Ilnd n (iuo.l Ihcimr. Mrs. llenham 1 don't understand why you want to drink. Ilcnhnm Of course you don't: .votvt never had n wife. Judge. It Only Few. "That story would be good if it were my ollice. not for one thing." Witness tny hand this 13th day of Au"What Is that?" Attest gust, 1SU7. JAS. F. CUMMINS, "It isu't." Chicago Post. Clerk Lincoln County Court. Anil Titer Don't SpeuU. In obedience to tlio foregoing order of Old Mnld There is au art in learning tho Lincoln County I ourt. which is made to forget. part of this notice, nn election will be Miss Young Birthdays, for instance. held at all the regular voting places in N. Y. Herald. said county, for the purpose named in said order at the next regular election A Difference. which will be held November 2, 1897, you fond of cabbage?" "Are which election shall in all respects be held "It depends; do you m,ean for food in accordance with the provisions of the or for smoking?" Philadelphia North general election laws of this State. Amcricnn. T. D. NEW LAND, Sherifi Lincoln County, Ky .11 said written application wns signed by a number ot voters ot sauf uounty equal to more than 15 per cent of the legal voters of said County cast at the lat preccctling general election held in said t ounty which was a general aad regular election and it further appearing that the object and purpose of said petition and written application are to remove all doubts as to the validity of the eleclioiia on free turnpUes and gravel rontls in Lincoln County, and carry out the will of the people on free turnpikes in taid Count as cxprchsed at the last November election, antl to insure the sale of bonds issued for the purchase of the pikes in Lincoln t'ounty at n premium and not a loss, and tho petitioners making said application having paid into Court, a Htilllcient amount of money to pay for this order and the expense of printing nnd advertising nnd other necessary expenses connected with the election prayed for, it is now therefore ordered that an election be held in Lincoln County, Ky. ut the next regular election on the '2d day of November, 1897, more than GO days intervening between the entering of this order and the day of the regular election, to tnke the sense of the qualified anil legal voters of said County upon the proposition to hnve freo turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln County, and Thomas D. Newland, iheSherlirof Lincoln County, is hereby directed to open a poll nt each and nil of the precincts nnd 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 tho reasons recited in the written application. The said Thomas D. Nevvlaml, Sherifi aforesaid, will have this order published in the Intkrioh Joiji-nal- , a newspaper published nt Stanfonl, Ky , for at least 150 days prior to tho e'ection nntl will also advertise the same by printed hand hills posted in at least four conspicuous places in each voting precinct, for the same length of time nntl nt court house d or. The election for the purpose of aforesaid shall beheld by tho Mime officers who hold the regular November election and in ail respects held in accordance with the provisions of tho general election laws of this State. The question, "Are you in favor of free turnpikes and gravel roads t" to bo printed on the ballot ns provided for in the general election law, section 1459, Kentucky statues. State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln, I, James P. Cummins, clerk of the Lincoln county court, tlo hereby certify that the foregoing order is a true and correct copy of same, as appears on the records in .IJ trim V l ttwlrrfi f HIV OIMU Colli fttirtla V.W141 nml (Hill lltnt b 11 ft 1 I .nr Do you play whist, euchre or other games? The P. F. V. playing card is card on the better than any market. Send. 15 cents for one deck or 2o cents for two decks, (stamps or currency) to G. B. Ryan, ass't gen'l pass'r agi., C. & O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio 50-cu- Election on Bond Issue. Special term Lincoln County Fiscal ourt held August 0th, 1897, Hon Wm. L Dawson, Judge, presiding, with the billowing Justices of tho Peace present, J no Etl i istun, A U. Faulkner and J. W. Walter A motion wns made, seconded and carried, that nn election he nnd the same i hereby exiled to be held nt the next regular election in Lincoln County, which does not occur in sixty days from this tlate, to wit. on the 2d day of November, 1S17, to flscettain whether or not the legal voters of Lincoln (ounty are in favor ol empowering and authorizing the Fiscal Court of said County, to issue and sell bonds from time to tune within tho constitutional limitation for the purpose of purchasing nnd maintaining the turnpiko roads of Lincoln County, freo of toll to the traveling public, said bonds to bear interest not exceeding six per cent, per with couannum payable pons attached; to be in denominations of not less than 100 nor more Uihii 51,000 to run not more than 110 years nnd to be within thut time at the pleasure of the Com t, und to be sold at not less than pur value 1 he Sheriff of Lincoln County is directed to advertise said election nnd the object thereof for at least 30 days bcforehnnil in the Interior Journal nnd Stanford Commercial, two newspapers published in Stanford, Ky , and also s posted up, at not by printed less than four public places in each voting precinct, of Lincoln County, and at the Court home door in Stanford, Ky All legal voters of Lincoln County shall be privilcdged to vote at said election. The same oilicers that hold the regular election shall hold this election, which shall in all respects be held in accordance with the general election laws of this State. audatHll the regular voting places of Lincoln County. The question: "Are you in fuvor of issuing bonds for the purchase anil maintenance of the turnpike roads of this County free of toll to the traveling public," shall he printed on the ballots as provided by section tho Kentucky Statutes The oilicers of the election are directed to certify the reby law sult thereof as State of Kentucky, Q k'C1, County of Lincoln, I, James P. Cummins, Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, do certify that the foregoing order is u true and correct copy of same, hs appears on the iccords in my ofllce. Witness my Hand this 13th, day of August, 1897 JAS. F. CU U MI NS, Attest: Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obedience to the foregoing order of tho Fiscal ourt of Lincoln County, which is made part of this notice, an election will be he d at all the reguh.r voting places in said ' ounty, for the pin pose named in said order, at the next regu nr election, which will bo held November 2d, lb'JT, which election shall in all respects be held in accordance with the provisions of the general election laws of this state. T. D. NEWLAND. Sheriff Lincoln County,Ky scmi-nnmmll- i l Wa&8&SZ6& BUJE-QrU- ) An old piece of gas pipe found u shed under Thoroughbred luroc Jersey RED HOGS. y , , deli-elm- c. i that was demolished back of a hotel in the Chelan lake region of Washington was used from time to time subsequently about the place as a roller, and occasionally as n hammer, according to a local pnper, and there was some consternation one day when sin idle workman just for curiosity pulled a plug out of the end of the pipe and found inside a stick of dynamite. Feeling himself called upon to apologize for the appearance of n saloon advertisement in his paper, n Kay county (Mo.) editor, after pointing out that it was the first of the kind he ever had hcrda of My breeders were weeded from tlio of this famous lireeil of swine la toveral Slates A iplenillil lot of pigs of (intercut age for sale, llrcd Corressows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed pondence solicited. Address let R. H. BRONAUGH. Crab Orchard, Ky. mwm Wl htm i3.QS hand-bill- J rVOCU!EpOLp Patents Wanted. ) ,r st m , ( Law-so- aaaaM.ap.HafaraMaHMBaaa Parties having J'ircitlon3 they wish to protect should procure tin r vatents tbrouRh out published, averred that his motive was agency. Inventor's Manual, n book containing "purely mercenary;" and a contem- cost ot patents, modo of procedure, etc., and porary conjectured that his intention otherfnformatlon, rent fnr:c. stamp. UurlUt of pa'ents wanted, forvrrjiehlarcernmi money are offered, sent with the Manual. tree. was to imply thut he received cash for of Wo find purchasers for patents procured the advertisement instead of being through our agency. Branch oulccs In all the. principal cities and In oh foreign countries. obliged to take it out in trade. . ( I THE WORLD'S PROCRESS, D01-S0- -l- - Xui".TMFa cnJiuT-- ,.t ' have a splendid sale on Chainberlnln's CotiKh Keinetly and oiircn- toimirs eonilng from fur anil near, speak of Hln the hlphest terms. Mauv have said their clillilren would have died of croup If Chambtirliiln'H Congli Humotlv had not given. lCelliun AOarien. The 25 ami 50c sizes for sale by Craig .1 Mocker. Va.-- Wo it saves BBAView, cm mki:n. ns " r0' tand '' and ftbIe A CUKE KOK IllblOfri HESOtntCK, Herovun Co., (in. COLIO. I Imvo jears. ChnmlierluliiV Colic, Cholera and Ve- of'lT llofrwhim all other luinedlcs fall. (J. It. Sharp. For sale by Craig & Mocker. Stan- ul subject to attueks of bilious colic for sever- - been t Sul!kSK.SHo.oSf. tauford. w I son-in-la- "IHg Ll80 Vaughn, Who Willed her Cortcz Urown, was acquitted of murder. J at London It that They descend upon the cornfirlds in confidence is observed in ease undeswarms, and go so fnr. It is soberly sirable ancestral incidents arc disvMiat is called an Alaska rose has averred, as to post pickets on the fences covered. been brought from the north by return-tha- t to give warning of the approach of . gunners. l'eople of Irwinton, Ga., who were miners. It looks like a big deeply offended by the appointment of flower, except thnt the bloom, Instead At Belleville. Intl., two justices of the of ,argc petals, is a mass of small yellow peace have put out sIjcms stating (but an objectionable postmaster, deterblossoms. re mined to get even by mailing all their they will marry couples fre. Ttn-trying to put a stop to the uia:r.mouiul letters on the railroad trains, thereby Weven nnd making It much easier for the postmas apples, growing from u single bud, and tralllc umong the allred .ulr.lHt-r- u of ter to do his work. forro-.i,i!eforming a globular piece bigger than that place, which Ua Mecca d a big pnir of double fists, was a freak Down In Georgia they call a The school boartloXOolumbia,Mo.,i.fv displayed in Corvnlls. Ore., recently, squash a kershaw. The reason unanimously passed a resolution deThe time seems near at hand when an claring that the teachers employed by for this, suggests the Chicago Tribune, nt,rtouUural fair mnv nrnnnrlv lm lo. the district should hereafter teach as is that kershaw is easier to say than vandeventer, or peckin-ptugecrlbe(1 na an exhibition on a k the proper pronunciation of the none 18 mnes from a pUmr)kln. of thnt Ut "Mizzonry." WM J' s. 50 years more of use. sun-bee- n farmers about An advertisement of the day runs thus: "Pedigrees nnd proofs of eligibility to membership in vnriouspatriot-iCTcvolutlonnrand colonial societies y O. J. Bailkt, Manager, PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O Be sure to ttenUon thtt paper. 7 "l prepared." is understood strict Election on Question of Free Turnpikes. "' hod August 'Jth, Regular term Lincoln County Court L. Davv-ho- 1607, 1, Win n y well-dcvelop- good-slze- d s crook-necke- h. race-trac- Judge presiding, in the matter of free turnpikes and gravel roads in Lincoln Count) . On motion of the applicants, W. A. Car&on, J. T Adams, W m. Kllis antl othouuty heretofore ers, voters of Lincoln directed to antl received by tlio Judge of the Lincoln County Com I. on the 12th, day of July 185)7, the first tlay of the regonn'y t ourt, ular term of the Lincoln was submitted to the Judge of said ( ourt on the nth day of August, ISO", the first day of thu August term of Lincoln County "Court, nnd It appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of said Court that a atoftav - f' Wwwmiiip " ---- - imiJuhyf lalwINtfrlfrit ff MHMMmnM i'u--- ' mnux V F "' -- -" i , fift B tM p LETTER. to Trniinform n Vcrmitln lutimn r r. I'll A 82,000,000 Railroad Station Planned. A BANTAM IN THE ARMY. old There was a time when in our more And tho months nnd tho years am hurA Society Talo of Two Cities- - Con- : Timili-ntntowns and villages furniture northern The Only Hooater Tliut Hit n rying by. irrcss' Hard Bargains. Ho seems to Kvt stronger day by day; )vir 111m ("ruvc. adapted especially for use on the And, oh! let tho horrible truth bo told! piazza was unheard of; when even n Maj. Tom Williams owned the only Special CorrvRpoiick'nct). ) This morning she uttered n bitter cry chair was considered a blot upon the. rooster thnt lins been honored in ffufcfuor of tho " L'nntirlttgctt." When sho twisted her soft, blown locks Washington is going to have a now Tho Ono (irent Stantliirit Authority, felr surface of the shining floor, nnd railroad stutiou. That doesn't Georgia by having a tombstone over his around. seem vrr3' So vtttrn Jinn. It. .1. Ilrrnrr, And there, reposing among them, found tho barren, spotless cleanness of tho imjxirtnnt grave. Jiil'lou U. B, Supmiio Court. at first blush A hair thut aus turning gray. ."front stoop" was u thing to bo won- t:iwspaper render who livestontthe casual we were camped near "Wliile Hlmiclitrtl Chicago News. somo dls-- t dered nt. Nowadays things are dtlTcr- ofUwt'.S I(Jov't rrlntlnK Court House, in the fall of 1SG2." .nee from the national capital, but it H Supiriin OfTlc, Itio 'ent, Ka3s tho Kansas City Star, and even rnniinrcolitlotl I'ltuim. he says, in telling the story, "I became conn, mi me mma mi im Contu, ntwlof ntr Hotel Proprietor (to guest at break- In puritanical New England one sees i.. imiKirtant nevertheless, quite acquainted with a family named DowrnlltbobcliooaxxAii. fast)- Hid .ou enjoy the brilliantly colored hniumocks nnd coin- - j. rtaut froma soniu jmintH of view as tlio dy. Just before the battle of Culpopcr Wiitnnly notion of new building y thi gr,v-- 1 j fortnblc In the room next toyou last night? rocking chairs gleaming ComineiHtcil I paid a visit to the farm nnd found If you want proof of that, jou tiT StntA Niiprr'tiKixk'nU Guest lMiwigel itl guess through trellises, which the ladies in a panic preparing to flee. vl SrlKMla, rollKK lrvl Miould soo the liuiuge made in I ho us iliiiU,nnliltirrlliirwiui not. I spent half the night pounding shelter this same front stoop. Theso They set before me sueli a scant fnro uuikmi vntiiuut iiuuiuer ct of the city by the new city e on the wall for the fool to stop. Kirlors en lie made deas they had left, nnd after I had eaten Invaluable which tho government has put up Proprietor Why, Snelder tr.ld me lightful charming nnd, fortunately, In tl.o liottnlml.l. ixl In a hasty luncheon iMlss Mary Dowdy military funeral. and which, ly tho way, they talk if I'.i. wlirr, iK'inr. that he plnjed oer eery piece he knew simple and pretty piazza furniture is called to .1110 and led the way to the back limit, aihI tulf "I suppose that his is the only gra Dliuixlor. four times, nnd the person In the next within the rendu of almost everyone. using ns n iostofllco department build yard. .ug now that it is ulmuit couipli ted. THO DEST FOR PRACTICAL USt? " There is the last of our stock of of a rooster in Georgia. The tiny stones room applauded after every one. N. Y. Hniumocks, of course, nre wanted, It l caiy to find the word wanted. ono has space enough to hang This postolllco building luw given a nc w she, pointing to a little that mark his last resting place cann World. poultry,' said It li rosy to ascertain the pronunciation. Mt nit vnluo to historic Pennsylvania be seen on the old homestead near them. to trace the growth ol a word. It bantaan cock that was strutting about I'n n rui iitiRKitiK. On the headstone Is rudely to learn what a word mean. It U And easy chairs, divans tiud tabic. tivoutu. the yard. 'I haven't tho heart to kill carved the name 'Gejieral,' with "She says she fairly hugged herself Washington without its public buildTho KnlcMh Mews A-- Observer gays: the It is not cver3one who can I1113' these ings him because he is a pet. If you want rm formerly f.T Onr ImllrMual when you broke oft the engagement." would lo n rather (111110 city. lVw nol!ierJ'ctlmary.lniialitrfwijtiMnUinvwiUi him you can take him and do as you date of his death and the namesof some Uhi Jtler ritiUo-"Then she has even less feeling than f Vrtter lUw lni.rimlloi.ili of its business moil have been public of the most imjxrtnnt engagements x. luu fed nt 10 rrirar.1 It a Urn ipt ralual.lp , ami like with him. S I supposed. Do you know why I broke to oniiMcr U m tin. u jar aiatij uiw spirited enough to put up hniulMimo "During the campaign of 1SG3 lie often through which lie passed during our off the engagement?" lUcUouarr tbuul.t v ao ' buildings. Thero nro two buildings of comradeship among the battlefields of turr Till! MUST. sat on my shoulder through the long, ' (sySpeclmen URt Mot on application . "No." granite, erected by trust companies; u weary marches and hurried retreats, Virginia." X. Y. Sun. O. .1-- r. MKHKTAM CO., VuUUnhcm, "Well, It was because she left so mniiy fine dry goods store, handsome structures and I shared my rntlons with him. One fprmtsnein, mhhm., '..... THE DRUMMER UOY. pins sticking out n round her waist." belonging to the UaltiinoreSun mid tho night we liad reached the Hank of tho Detroit Journal. Washington Post. Then them nro somo Army llni enemy's camp by a forced march nnd A Touclilnu Story ly nico hotel buildings, tuid of course (hero cGrfSB . pltul .Nurac. Wllil Drciima. lay down to sleep on our arms, expect- nro Iwiutiful and costrj residences "When 1 think of the wrongs we have The following story is told by one of .f without number. But those would the noble women who cared for the buf- suffered at tin hands of the inako a beggarly showing liosido tho monopolists." shrieked the agifering soldiers in the great civil war: buildings in other large cities, and only DM-K.&KOn entering liur hospital ward one tator. "I wish I had n mouth like thnt . tho public buildings, tho broad, well morning, she was attracted by one of of the river Amazon, with which togive paved streets and tho 11111113 parks and the new faces she saw there. It was a utterance to my Indignation." Th3 Leading Specialists of America reservations save tho cily from lioing "Gosh!" exclaimed n sympathetic child's face, and it wore ivh mile. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. rather commonplace. . not yet 12, auditor, "what a mouth that'd be fur "His name is Henry Of National Importance. but tie has been in the army over three beer!" Chicago Tribune. 250,000 Cured. Every addition to tho list of fino busij ears," the attendant said. wJTA lilllviVllffl ' iJvVi. liC Why llr Mkm II. ness buildings, then, is imjxirtnut, and The nurse went to the cot where he WECURESTRICTURE She Do you believe that Friday Is an when a $2, 000, 000 railroad station is WAT lay. lL?i.kyfi J.,.. jt. unlucky day? TlinunnJ of .nuns nn.l im.l.llo aie.l FOR TEA. suggested tho matter Incomes of nation"Good morning, mother," he said, mriinrctrmblcil ultht'indi.rnjc runny He No. on the contrary. I believe It "jn(i'iui)-- . inrv way liiwen unarl cheerfully, holding out a thin hand. is next to the luckiest day of the week. things outright, and there is really no al importance. Why? Hociium WashingItiir HiintUn. unnll. lul-t- i .ir Mrnim. ton is tho nation's city. It lielimgs in need, for here are n divan, at live o'clock "You dear little fellow, how came Miir, cutllnc innnt im.ri., Higlilill She How's that? In cmtiitn. inr, rnk ilnnrc, all of have nn tea table, and u j 011 here? You are so young." Ik Why, you know It's the dav be all to be made at work or rending stand, part to all of tin, andMention.us It is the nnriiu . cinll.ti, iiti nil tl rMn.i.m interest in its lenut home. "My father was drafted, nnd 1 got fore pay day. Chicago Ilecord. or nrrvoui ucbillljlliey lm M III. 'I'l'lU'. Don't li tdixMorii experiment on This is made of a box covered with city by which 11111113 people judge tho them to Uihc me with him for a Iy outlini, itretelnnr, r tenrinir )dii. IIli ritnrni. matting. The box chosen for this pur- whole of tho United States. Hardly a 1'tegot no mother, norbroth-er- s toil hl will iii t enr)i.ii. nml will re 1.1 "Aside from the fact that recognize pose should be of n convenient height stranger visit our oountiywho does not turn. Our NJ.W MM Hull TllKAT U nor sisters." MKVT nlioili tho tricturo timue, IT said the theatri- nnd with square ends If possible. After stop hero for a fow daK. And it is tho "Ah, so 3011 called me mother. You you ns an IO hcncorrtn"r.t lie ftrirt uro prnnniu-ntlr- . It can ii trr return ?o pain, liu titter- - W. do ueed some one to take mother'.s place, cal manager, "you are too corpulent for the matting has been neatly tacked on. city wheru every American citiz"n may no (li'tvnllon from liu.lnr.i lirimr .1 ml, tin actor. What possible use could we shelves made of wood and painted white como and swell pmudh with the I'm sure." innlh.lJ 'rhnrtiitili.irriiiftrtr'nirthrne.1, Tim Henri nre tntlirwnted, and uro secured to the Imix with either iron thought of his nativity. "Yes'm. The boys told me you would make of you, do you imnglne?" Ine IiIIM or. manli.'-- return. "1 think I ought to make u pretty or wooden brackets as shown in IllusTho reason Washington has not had a "UTTBUED A SHRILL. CHOW take care of me." gcod heavy villain," wheeed the appli- tration. In putting on the brackets it fino station before is that congrv.-- s and "And where is your futher-Ving to be roused at the break of daj Is best to screw to the box two narrow the railroads nro always at war here. "He was killed three months ago at cant for u job. Chicago Tribune. Tli'Mimn 1. of younrr nnd iiill.lle-M'for a sudden charge. I had started oil men nro 'latmi; their ci.al tie. r and trlps of wood just below the place the I was wounded then in my Conrrress Drives Hard Bnrtralns. (iui'crpil lllmrirlr. "with General perched upon my musket Antie.tam. vitality cinlliiiiallr ly tin illr-KIder Horry Joblnts made a bail Bhelf Is to occupy. When the bracket hey nro IrcnriiHy uuconK-l- t tin In other cities thero uro "lnxxllo al "barrel, and a sudden change In the or- hip same ball that killed my father. if llirrnn'oft tlieo tiiij t m. Iienernl ul-break In church dermen" to bo taught nud 111113018 to WfjIiiivm, I niiatiirni )elir:i, der of march liad separated us from The surgeon says shall be a cripple Mrs. Ilerry What did he do? ays." bo influenced by businoM considerations ManhoNl Nir..iiMifM, l'(ir lenithe wagons, so I placed the rooster on ory, irrilabilily. at tune lnnrtlll)(eu Elder Ilerry Subscribed ten dollars Th eyes of the nurse were growing and many other oleinents with which , limb of a sapling above my head the Kitlon. Ninkvti I.J en. with drirk firrrle, I'.lk Hark. I'pnernl Ilri.rri..n. Ijirk moist. "My little boy looks very happy, oward sending Dr. Thirdly to Euroe, the railroad companies have learned 1 lay down to snatch a few minwhile o( niliitlon. VariiMeeV, Mirunkiti how to deal. II010 there is onl3 con- utes' sleep preparatory to the surprise after all. What makes you so?" she ami offered to double the amount If I'arti, rie. Ul.KKr and KfltK 11 UK they would make it Africa. Harlem gross, mid congress tries nlvitr to drivo asked. Don I r..iifilt inmllv mil ho llii.Miie. planned at daybreak. doetorf, a they hae 110 cKrteuc' In a hard bargain. Sometimes congress is j The child .pulled a little Hible from Life. "General did not utter a single cluck thr.e fluvial ill.rnie. d.n t bIIow cheated woefully. The street railroads under his pillow and replied: "In the Vuaekat'i etHTiment on mi tumult in protest, although he must have been Wnrillnt; OI7 .Iintoi!iy. nnoii.i.teina.iealiKr'lii.lrnr of tho cityhnvo led congress 113 the iiomj j Old Gotroeks .ery hungry from long fasting, but Illble it says: 'When my father and my llimt.r.nf Mrnnn.nVnineii. UiirN'KW (siuagely) What's for many years. But when the steam mother forsake me, then the Lord will that! you mean to tell me that you love .MKt'lll'll TltKr.Mi:N'r w li m..l quietly squatted on tho branch while lively euro you. Uno th ti.an dollar If I get well, and try to my daughter for herself alone? railroads want anything thiw have to 1 flung myself on the grass and leaves lake ine for n ra-- we. nooept f r treafiuriit nn.l he ver3 adroit if tiny are going to get guess I shall have a home be good, einao! euro. 1 crmi inodenlo ( rn cine. Young iiiuiliii (lifimilonslv) Y- and was soon fast asleep. I was so ' the Ix'tter of the somite or lioiw. somewhere. If don't get well, I am yes. sir but think I could weary that I slept profoundly until to CURES GUARANTEED Thero nro virtually only two railroads sure shall." was suddenly aroused by an unearthly you hir in sir. -'t treat and eure i:MIIOS. inin Washington the Pennsylvania mid There was more than one deeply screech in my car. liaising my head, Judge. VAHU'Oi i:i.l' K I'll lis ui.h-- t tho Baltimore nnd Ohio. The Penusyl , terested listener now; nnd each had hriiii ri UK, imi'oti in r look in the whole situation at a glance. nn ins She Wpb HIrIiI. vii t,ni-- i IIAIKi vnnia controls the famous Long bridge, j 'General had dropped down from his some new question toask the lad. Childh MiSTY and I.I. lillKIl Ii.ra4 llrown-Jone- s My husband nnd Mrs. which is the only direct nutlet to tho HfMjK-- i ONM I rTIiN I KM. porch and uttered a shrill crow right in like faith like his was rare, even in the 11 u aiu.i ti can, wrim rr south. Tho Southeni niilwio conns in llirl my ear which had awakened me, and as hospital, where it was common for men I quarreled before we were married. oiFnn NT,III. .NK Ijr IIO.MU Mrs. About what? over this bridge under arrangeini nt UK VI,Ml. I opened my eyes I saw the flush of to feel thnt they could not die unless Mrs. Urown-JoncHe didn't believe with tho Pcuntiylvnnin, and the Chesaguns ns our pickets fired, and in an they listened to a hymn or a prayer. I"lf-- . peake, and Ohio doc a small busiueRS "My little lad." some one asked, "who we would quarrel after we wen; marinstant fell back upon us where we ried and I did. N. Y. Evening Journal. south and west over the Southern rail lay. The Yankees had turned the tables taught 3011 to trust in God'.'" THE WORK TA11LE. way tracks. Then the Atlantic 122 W. FOURTH STREET, P "My mamma, until she died; then my on us and, discovering our presence, the SlTPPllj- SIICMll. All mankind loves nn old (plnet surprising force became the surprised papa." CINCINf4ATI, O. is screwed to tho shelf the edge of tho Linn is ocrutcd south in connection M We love Its air of other days; When he got. better, he was heard one 1 and in ten minutes there was the most shelf Is plneed resting on the cleats or with tho Peiiusylvani.i. Over the tracks And then 'tis always out of luno. B. and O. tho Norfolk and West unearthly racket going on in that pine Sunday morning plnintitely to say: strips of wood, and the bracket is of the So. on It no ono overplays. "I wish I could go to Sunday school." thicket that you can imagine. Detroit Free Prena screwed to the Ikjx nnd the shelf to the ern gets into tho city. Tho Point of Contention. fastened the shelf cleats. TuiiHjH.-curer"Ilight and left of my position the Then there followed a pleasant sight. cuicr.ii.sTA.vri a 1. Kvinnwr.. Tho' Hluggishiiefis of congress is a boys came out of cover and advanced Two of the ward nttendants snld: "Get becomes immovable, and there is not with yells and cheers, movingenutious-l- y the Child ready. We'll look after him." the slightest danger of its slipping or blessing as well ns a curse to the Pennsylvania nnd the B. mid O. It keeps tipping. and firing ns they moved, ft hnd They crossed their hands, and cariioiti: Die lli"t l.liieluiiinl 1'rmu other roads from gaining an ontriinco to A work table can be made of anj become sufficiently light for me to find ried the cripple to Sunday school every Hut my few belongings, and I soon recov- Sunday while he was in camp. square topped tabic ono mn3 tho city, but it is little aggravating 1'y ones and ered my hat and haversack, which 1 they did not go alone. happen to have, or a small kitchen table when ono of tho companies is planning All I'hIiii In .MlrlilKan. had forgotten to pick up in the hurry twos and threes the big soldiers fol- with legs painted white Is even better, a big improvement. Tho Pennsylvania of the first surprise, and just at that as one maj drive tacks into its wood road, in conjunction with the other CHICAGO. lines which now use its station, wants time I was saluted with a loud crow without compunction. "While City Stal." just above my head, and looking up I Tho illustration shows how the table to put up a big station, ono of the fiuot 'r Terminal Matlou. saw General perched upon his limb, he is covered with matting, with flaps in tho country, and tho engineer deLOUIS. having flown back there when tho firhanging from its four sides. These partment of tho city government cannot Aioldlng tlio Tunnel ing began, and with his head lield on agreo with tho railroad engineers on flaps are turned up nt the bottom to one side he was sidling along the swayform pockets for papers, magazines somo tk'tuils of tho plan. The rid road BOSTON. ing branch crowing and clucking as or sewing. Tho ten. box matting will bo engineer-- ; want to depress tho trncks, Wanner Slirplnif Can. big as if he had taken part in the fight. Irate Merchant I thought 3011 said found best for this use, and 0113' folds but not so far an tho District engineers "In spite of the banging of the guns or creases mny bo pressed out of It by say the must They recall the timo this safe was burglar-proof- ? YORK. and whistling of bullets. General stuck Agent Well, what more proof do 3011 just dampening the matting, then when their station on Sixth street was Ililltiil I'arlor Car. Wanner Sleeiilne C4 r, I'rlfa Coiiiparlmnl Crt, i:iaiil Oiacliei and Din bravely to his perch and neer flutwant of burglars than that? Leslie's spreading it out nnd placing on top flat flooded, tho jenr of tho big Johnstown lug Lara tered during tho entire engagement, boards nnd heavy weights. When the disaster. I remember boating on Sixth Weekly. "When I told the story in camp that matting is dry It will bo smooth and utrect at 4 o'clock in (ho morning at Ha tiire your lltkiu rwul via "IIKJ KOUK " Hrnnlti. night General was tho toast of the flat. The pockets can be made to cling that time. i: O MoCOIlMICK, WAUItl'SJ. LYNCH While wise women frame advices evening, and he was treated to all sorts closelj' to t,ho flaps by pressing in tills Tho city authorities say that if tho latonjer Traillr M'r, Ai. (n. I'm A Tkt A q How each girl may catch a man. CINCINNATI OHIO of tidbits from the haversacks of my Silly women all get husbandr-- . wa3. The edges of the matting nre railroads will not depress tho tracks so And without a shred of plan. comrades in recognition of his galbound with turkey red cotton. fur they must olevato tliein. The PennChicago Record. ) lantry on tho field of action. How convenient such a bepocketod sylvania railroad outers Philadelphia at "One morning, however, General little stand must bo anyone who has tho level of the Chrap. storj windows. played the camp detective in n most She The Snnfords contemplate tak- tried to keep her possessions together It goes through Jcrso City on mi alarming manner, which came near ing a trip to Europe. I wish we could when enjoying a breezj day on the track. It enters Baltimore through piazza will understand. proving disastrous to a fellow soldier afford to do it. a tunnol. Tlin NURSE WENT TO THE COT. I f(rtpt--i- p rltl of another mess. AH foraging had been He Why, there's nothing cheaper To Elevate or Depress. Mistake Made by Mathers. strictly forbidden and no man was al- lowed the little fellow and) stole into than contemplation. Toronto News. It is tho policy of (ho road to elevato I 4?4"!t-4'A woman is out of her clement un- or depress i(s trncks (o avoid tho danger lowed to leave tho ranks under the church. They all loved him, and some kttijfii-t-rlyNot Guilty. ; less sho Is acquainted to a certain ex- of grade crossings. Aocideii(s at grado owl heaviest penalty of military discipline. one, looking on, said: "A little child Si Hayseed Hynr, young feller! I tent with the science of ; J There was a fellow by the name of Jim shall lead them." crossings are expensive, and grade crossdon't allow nobody ter ketch fish on m3' andmend-ologXessmlth, who occupied a tent not far One day a surgeon came to the nurse farm I ings causo embarrassing dclnys. Tho J jt-- jf ; rjt; tjt tjf t)t How often we eee mothers busily enfrom that of the captain of our com- and said: "Here is a man looking for trains on tho New i The Young Feller (disgustedly) gaged in domestic duties like a slave, division of tho PemiKylvania go whiskpany. About four o'clock the order was soldier orphan boy to adopt. Tell him 4VFV?WW5 Who's catching fish? N. Y. Truth. in order thut tho girl may enjoy evej-- ing by in almost endless succession, tho i passed along the linos for us to prepare all you know of Henry." luxury and do nothing; indeed, muny trains between Now York and Washingto march. We had not been allowed to The nurse told him of tho lad's brief Thnt'a What She la. kindle our campflres the night before, life, his beautiful spirit, and his longing He A ludy who will in the pres- hardly let their daughters soil their ton constautly grow in number, and hands, says a quiet observer. There small delays grow more tuid more im so that our brenkfast consisted of bits for nn education and a home. ence of n gentleman is of hard tack and such other scraps of She Anxious to go to sleep. Town never was a greater blunder than to portant. The travel between Now York "You have Interested mo prentlj," substitute good looks for good quali- and Washington now is enormous. Even food as had been left in our haversacks. said the man, with moistened eyes. Topics. IHt; ties. Every girl ought to bo brought tho Baltimore and Ohio's splendid serv"General was perched on the limb of "My wife and I had planned to go to Slnanlnr Man. up to have Tegular domestic duties. ice between tho two cities has not cut I sat munching n bush near me while m Camp Deniswn, but we both dreamed on Twynn Uojack is an eccentric chnp. Idleness should be forbidden her. The my hard tack, and all of a sudden he tho saino night that we should come to down tho Pennsylvania's business, How is that? Triplett only dignified life is a useful life. raised himself on his perch and crowed Cnrap Chase. I think that God has led though tho Royal Bluo trains are filled Twynn Ho sn3-- he bu3-- nil his own SaW lustily. Of course, no cock in hearing us. I am sure she will wish to take the in both directions. Courier-JournaMrs. Rorer'a Tomato Ketchap. umbrellas. Louisville could resist replying to such a chal- boy." I saw a play tho other night in which Mrs. S. T. liorer, tho famous cooking lenge, and from within the tent occuIVmonnl Property. In a few minutes the lad's feeble arms expert, gives this, her favorite, receipt ono of tho diameters was a New York pied by Jim Nesaniith came the muf- were twined about the man's neck. He Ami you 833 those arc 3our for making tomato ketchup in the La- society man who wax hurrying to tho AiOTk, m fled crow of nn old rooster. Jim made Ho was crying for joy. To those who friend's own teeth?" dies' Homo Journal: "Use half n bushel opera, from which ho was to go to n ren grab at the bag and succeeded in clustered around to bid the little fellow She Oh, yes; I wns with her when of sound August tomatoes. Wash and ception and thenco to the railroad stachoking him off, but the noise hnd good-b- y, she bought them. YonkeraStutesmun. cut them into pieces. Cook gently for tion to tako the (rain for Washington, the lad said: ' ! S J.HKKI, reached the ears of some of the others, i a "I was sure God had n home for me." half an hour, then press through a sieve. where ho was duo at a luncheon tha . A Dmlrnhle llctter Half. and the captain became apprised of the Our Aruiv Nurses. Col. D. T. Bourbon (gazing at the Cook again for one hour; then add one next day. Tho picture wns not exaggerfact that Jim had been foraging, A f (fa IIIIIUllllMIMMiaiMlllllllUSSl 'Ll snoko churmer) 'Pon man 'ooali, I'm ounce of ground ginger, one ounce of ated. The New York regiment known as mos' tempted tuh marry thnt woman! mustard, one gill of salt, half a pound hasty examination of his tent disFivo hour trains have brought New closed the body of the big rooster Hawkins' zcinves hit jnst unveiled a of sugar and one quart of vinegar. Cook York and Washington ho oliwo together N. Y. Journal. choked to death by Jim In his anxiety monument at Antletam. At that batto the proper consistency; add five thnt wo road of Senator Brico's family 7to Effort Ilequlred. tle tho regiment, out of a tot.nl of 3T3 to put a stop to his untimely crowing. drops of oil of nutmeg, and the same of dancing at on Astor ball in New York you. "Let me mnke m3elf plain to "Jim waa ordered under arrest pend- men, lost 54 killed. HO wounded nnd 28 celery, or a tablespoonf ul of celery seed. one night and giving a big reception in IVay don't; it isn't ." ing an Investigation, but just about mlasing. People who jlbo at pensions Washington ou tho day following. Bottle, cork and seal." ' Town Topics. Bho-jJ-d "think over thee figure. that time the order oanio to Cam ScHoyuuux nc WAR REMINISCENCES and we moved Cul-pqr- ar were fighting, and the unfortunate officer who had ordered Jim to !c placed under arrest was borne from the lield i corpse after the light whs ovur. The nfTnir was forgotten amid the stirring scenes thnt followed. "Seeing thntthe end was near, I found an opportunity to send General to the rear, and placing him In a cage, started him on thejong journey to the home of n nephew in Georgia. He had not been long on the farm before he began to pine and droop, and the family thought on account of that he was dihcont-olatbeing separated from his comrades. This might have been all fancy, but he lived only n short time, and when he died my nephew and the boys of the neighborhood gae him a regular .ve forward, and by sunrise niMtipiHlttttcd. married a man who (mil plenty of gold And wits almost ready to die: Dut she Is Bad, for, although ho Is 3ho to-da- PIAZZA FURNITURE. ()iit-f-l)itnr 1 1 ' Ho WASHINGTON ' y I ' Webster's 'International Didiionary vw ' 11.4 flute-payin- g 1 1 rim-eovcre- d i . , out-of-do- or 11 invst-i'le- 11 pro-tide- d Dal-to- to-da- y. 1 liar ey -- aru-pled- . st blood-suckin- g wHwiiii FIVE-O'CLOCK v t'i'r. ri'.- - -- iliin.-uli- I drum-nier-bo- y. 1 1 I 1 - WECURE GLEET E .l '. 1 en-K- 1 w to-dn- v. rd I nll-In- - 1 -- V uj' 1 I p 1 1 1 1 o. -- 1 Jones-IIrow- ISi y life I 1 n,si - n 1 s Kennedys Kergan - ('-oa- t "BIG ST. 4: r3 11 TOLliDOAND DETROIT 1 NEW mmMWm olo-vat- bake-olog- y, y. boll-olog- broll-olog- y 11 York-Philadelph- ia JfllgMw m mmmn tHT4r4rtiT-4rw iftf tf rt kl J J AAafjBvV tv ofJttfrf mi vl sm s s lt I; mi mi k I l. o! OV'J'W " ad-rane- e .ttjttTiiif ifr; '') 1 ! pwhihi'i ' jU i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Ocroui'.R26, IS. 4U $1,000 to loan on at this office. real catuto. Inquire NkW china novelties ut Dunks'. Best quality at Craig & LKOCHNS. Read Jacob Hiiinmclsloln'H nd. and Ilookor's. 1897 take advantage of his low prices. on the Cincinnati Southern now go no further than Chattanooga. The road Is suffering greatly from the yellow fever quarantine. Sleepers Stock must C. bo minced, Special Como In- - Walton, BudiNr.s.s Manager. duccments to cash buyers, see. Mark Hardin. and V. S. Tuttlo, who killed Waived. l'liKHCKll'TiONHiiro filled right and John Bftinncrnt Junction City, waived at right prices at Penny's Drug Storo. an examination nnd gave bail in l,u00 to circuit court. S. PERSONRLS. Mrs. Meliccii: Rail Is quite ill. Mrs. Harvey stone la visiting l'arksvlllo. Mr. .1. V. Hockhr wont to C. C. SMITH has posted notico that lie will apply for license next county In court day to sell brandy of his own Owens if you need llrst-Tommy Ball says ho is only certain oluss brick at a reasonable iitjt ' of two things, ono that this long dry m Pence it Greening. Hell will break up in a rain and that o the candidates arc going to be Voters at Ottenheitn will pletibc no- tloo that tho time of tho speaking fixed beaten. for that place on tho iMHh has been Tin: rads will havo a big tlmo at the ' changed from 1 to 7 1'. M. court-hou2flth, with to Nashville on Br. Gum Shoo Hunter as a drawing Tin: round-tri- p rate tho '27th, via tho L. it N. will bo $1.05, !"" It is dollars to doughnuts that which includes transportation to tho he wont be here, however. " ' centennial grounds and admission to , r se Six Cabbcll ... I Hummelstein is Scpietiy In It can run rneei In big rltlomuid more i MM't'lally In McKlnnoj, Ky . .Mv'lirei otorioacicu with "oils of all a (' rlptloiiH but I bundle nnri c utrrliirgcly 'J tt M 1 1 bnos tt tb am Furnishing of The Ladies And Gents Or less rurnldi!iig Goodt tlmtmu-- t go for the next 1)0 d:is at tlio L'reiit siicrlllce THIRTY-- I IVL per cent. than I'lrU Cost. hlS of na- manufacture by the quart. y. .. i J,ouls-villol'rlda- 1 Mr YV. 11. IIiuoins wont to Cincounty attorney, and Ills friends here cinnati iuritorduy. Wm. Bacuiitkry Is dungorous-l- y hope that It Is true. He would make a Mr. capital one. 111 of congestive chills. Mrh. J. M. Alvkrson is with Mm. Gkorhi: W. Ghntry, the colored Muttio Alvorson at Richmond. politician of this place, has been reinMissJkssik Cook Is back from a stated storekeeper in the revenuo serprotracted visit to Uustonvlllo. vice. Doe Dillion, of Crab Orchard, of Rulaski, is has also been reinstated. Miss Minnie Dalton, the guest of Mrs.Jnsiah Bishop. A VI'.RY large crowd was at oourL in Mrs. John Bright lias boon visit- Ltborty yesterday, wo learn by teleing Mrs. Bllaboth Simpson at Lancas- phone, but strange to say there was no ter. public speaking there. Tho candidates Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ciirrry, of were on the move, however. Brodlicad, wore guests of Dr. and Mrs. THIS Is the last week of tho TennesE. J. Brown. Bai'guman is holding see Centennial. You will stand in your Mrs. smith her own and hopes aro now entertained own light if you fall to tako advantage of the low rnteri offered by tho L. it N. for her recovery. Miss Ella Wright, who Is teach- and live to regret not going. ing school at Kroigur, tqmnt Sunday CASH- .- Bemember that I will sell with her parents. you goods its choap. If not eheajMjr, for A.. I. Bice wont down to Ilarriman, cash than any merchant in town. Try Twin., Friday to ceo his brother, Joe, me if you doubt this. Mark Hardin, who is sick at school there. of Stan- successor to Farrls it Hardin. Mrs. L. M. Wkstrrkield, ford, Is tlio guest of Mrs. Kannle NoTin:. - All persons having claims Burks. Lexington Herald. against tho estate of the late Green-berr- y Dr. E. C. French, of Louisville, Bright will present them to the hxjnt Sunday with his friend, Dr. Carl executors at the Farmers Dank by Ij. Wheeler of Uuslonxillo. 1, 1SJ17, or they will be barred. Mrs. Wm.Gkku loft last night for OYSTKlt Saloon. Vincent (Put) her mothColumbus Cirovo, O., win-rGeernnd George W. Logan havo renter and brother are very 111. ed the Ivtkrior Journal store-rooMr. and Mrs. J. V. Allen, of Sunday and yoatorduy on LnnniHtor street and will open up a sxuit light fancy grocery and oyMor saloon. with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Evan-- . er e Bus-tonvillu, News comes from Garrard that Lo tcliur Owsley is going to bo elected haIng me uocdud Wll wrote last week that "there are made In the interior of no Mckots In a shroud" and the Intelliimprovement the Farmers Bank V Trust Co. ' olllce. gent compositor sot It "pistols." And a pistol on him. Mrs. V. C. McKlNNEY loturned thereupon we rrUIujifromn viHlt to Insr duughlor, Verdict of coroner's jury, "Served him Mrs. Manley W. Tyrmi, In Louisville. right." Miss Baciirl Allison ami little This Intkrior Journal employed Mios Mary Bui eh who has buon visit- Mr. John Bright at an enormous ing her, arrived yesterday from Lexto count the grains in a busholof Dr. OWHLKY Is Ut-u- d fl 1 and he has llnally made known Saturday's imjiurr had It. ti. Den- wheat the result. Guesn how many, send us cruel treatment. UNDRR republican mismanagement, ny and A. A. Molxltitiey, .lr., among V2 for the paper and get a chance on Tin: Christian church was crowded the paupers are costing the county thu Nashville Exthoe roglrdoiod at u'rlOOprUo. Sunday night at the union meeting of more than ever before. In addition to position. SUITS for $10,000 have lieen tiled by tho Turnorsvllle and Stanford Chris the sum paid Mr. Chadwick for keep Macdu Allen, of Springfield, Miss many oth III,, who has buon visiting her unelo. the attorneys of BoyS. Boar.ley against tian Fndcavor Societies and each song, jng those at the and other M I). Elmore, went u linden, Sutur-dn- j 11. J. Darst, who he alleges had him oration, reading, recitation, solo, etc., 0rs are kept on provision was1 highly complimented, as was the things furnlshed'hy merchants on , to see other relatives. arretted for boreo stealing about the by Miss Lucille Welseger, ,i0rs, the total allowance for such Mlb I'ekMHJ.ia Brown decorated lath of October and aftorwards spoke of Lancaster. In this meeting the gos-- j 0iujins reaching $7,:ill IS. Most of the 0 lCndtmvor of him us a horse thief. He wants tin l hiirtlan church for the pel was sung, acted and talked about accounts are made with favorites and on each charge. meeting Sunday nljcht, hleh l and was beneficial to the old gospel ii.ev are uot oartlcular as to the prices thut it looked beautiful. Lunath. Laura Montgomery, a ship in many wnys. People wore pres- charged. Vote to turn the rascals out Mrs. A. E. I'Mlt.Lti's u"1' daughter., colored woman, was tried fqr lunacy ent who would not liave gone to usual and our taxes will not be 1UI for counMies Nora, wore oousitlerHbly hurt Sun-da- ) Saturday and found to be of unsound church services and were bonllted. A ty purposes. niht by the overturning of their mind. She has been showing signs of similar meeting by tho same societies PINT. SPHKCHHS. A large and enbi.ggj in front of Mr. S. 1. Stagg'e. It for some time, but since her pastor, will bo hold at Turnorsvllle Sunday The hitter received an ugly gash in the J. V. Stanton, was assassinated, she night, Nov. 7, and everybody is eor- - thusiastic crowd gathered at McKin-ne- y head, ha-- j grown worse. The sheriff" will uiku Saturday night to hear Judge M. , dially Invited to be ptHunt. C. Saulley spenk and that they felt reIt. (... Williams, Kkc., of MU Ver- her to the Lexington Asylum. non, was hero Saturday. Bo says Ti:li:imionk Talk. Mr. John S. paid was attested by frequent and loud things are getting rod hot In Bookeus-tle- , ONLY one week remains till the elec- VunWinklo, of Danville, was here Sat- applause. Notwithstanding he hnd but lie feels sure that when the re- tion nnd during that time no little urday making arrangements with the s)oken in tlio afternoon at Perryville miles, he was in turns are In they will show that he has work will be done. Tho democrats are Kxohango here for u connection with and had driven been elected county judge. Hue fighting shape and are sure win Danville mid Lancaster which he pro- line condition and made n speech that in Mr. B. C. Stadhr, who with his ners, but to make the majority as large poses to effect if ho can secure the will have telling effect at the polls a Ills eulogy of tho wife lived here for bovoral years, was as Hwslble every democrat should go to franchise from Danville. Ho closed week from week seeing after his inter- tho olls. Sunup right at thu rooster's the contract with tlio Kxohnnge and splendid county ticket was Indeed lino hero last ests. He now bin a run on the feet and letihitu do the scratching if had pre iotisly done so with the one at as was tlio tribute ho paid to the demoof Monon road. Ills little boy, who was any hits to be done. Lancaster. If his plans work, and we cratic nominee 'or clerk of the court appeals. After his splendid elTort Hons. iKirn here, dieil a few weeks ago, ho hope they will, we shall soon be conJUNCTION'S CITY has had another " tells us. M. nected with those towns and in u short U. C. Warren, Harvoy Helm and Myrtle shooting atTalr. For a town of its size but excellent speechmade short Misses MlNNir. McClain, in this section. any place on earth time with all the others es. Drane and Linda and Emma Owsley It can Mr. Van Winkle expects to secure the went to Danville Friday and are under Fvery man up there must be a walking lino from hero to Kingsville and then 10G cattle of 1,000 pounds, and 2,000 obligations to Mr. Sam W. Mouefee, arsenal. Klizahcthtowu News. Not so, extend it to Somerset, where connec- b lies of hay for sale. Josh Jones, Stanof the D. t D. Institute, who did tho Junction City people as u general tiling tion now is with Burnsidc, Montlcello ford. 'as honors of tho town and showed them are as peaceable and Such a China's salt tax produces $10,027,000 any in the State. The lawless charac- and on through that country. of interest. all Its points service would be Invaluable to our peo- yearly. The consumption Is over JuDfii:.!. A. Phillips and wife, of ters are nearly all killed on" now and ple and It Is hoped that tho Danville iHJiinds. Montleollo, who hud just returned from its reputation for killings will soon be council will put no obstacle in the Violet Perkins, a pretty girl of li, ' a visit to Chattanooga, ran up and changed. died In Richmond, Vn., of overgrowth. way. .. spent u few days with their brother, Sho wus six feet tall and this rapid Jami:s WINS. Tlio court of appeals Tin: alarm of llro was sounded about growth, the doctors say, caused the Mr. Mark Hardin. The judge has reversed the ease of tho Commonwealth most reada10 o'clock yesterday and as every man girl's death. been making the News vs. J. W. James, of Crab Orchard, deble paper, but wo are sorry to know ho ciding an important point in local op- living on upper main street thought it was his residence, there was a rushing has ceased to contribute to it. Royal makes the food pure, tion laws. James is a licensed distiller in hot haste to llud that it wus wholesome and delicious. following inomborH of tho Lan-- 0 and sold whisky to Tin: citizen of Mt. thither tho lco house of Mr. W. U. Biggins Christian Endeavor Societies ister Vernon by order through a letter, tho the mooting at tho Christian whisky having been shipped C. O. 1). that was on lire. How it caught is not niiin-..inr Sum u v nlirht: Prof. Iv. by express. Tho court holds that tho known as when it wus discovered the . F. Postal and Miss Lillian Klnnalrd; sale was made at Crab Orchard, where building .vas in a blaze. The top wus 40 Miss Mabel Boyston and E. C. Gaines; tho letter ordering tho whisky was re- used tor u waro house and besides of clover seed belonging to Mr. Miss Katie Simpson and Epli Brown; ceived, mid tlfat the local option law bushels were a lot of Miss Gertrude Lltigcufeltor and Bob- - was not violated. Tho Boekcastlo Withers' estate, there ) ort Einbry; Misses Mice Hudson, An- twine and other things In It. The seed court, In which tho case was tried, held was not all ruined, but the other things I nle Boyston and Grace Klnnalrd, and just tho revorso. went up In smoke. Tho iiro company V Dave Walker; Mtas Kan Harris and mm WHIPPING POST. Tho other day a responded with their accustomed alacA Will Colllor. little Negro mimed Charley Bice stole rity and although handicapped by bad v a gun from George Holmes und was hoso and worse connnections, succeedunMir MPWS brought before tho judge. The proof ed In putting out the llamcs und prePOWDER wns dead against him, but owing to his vented tho loss of the adjoining crib Aunyou watching Dankd' window? Absolutely Pure ngo the court accepted tho proposition and stable, besides the possible deall sizes at Craig fc of tho boy's mother to tuko him in struction of Mr. W. P. Tate's resiLoaded sheila Ilockcr's. hand and she agreed to whip him until dence, which wus badly blistered by i OAMhQ POADCR CO., N(w YORK. Imthe heat. Mr. Illgglns fcols very grateSORGHUM cans of all sizes at Warren Marshal Rowland said ,'nuff." She mediately proceeded to work und after ful to them who worked so manfully & Shanks'. wearing out four switches and hitting and suys that all those who had their s for rent both nd. TWO him 75 lushes, tho otlicor thought ho clothes spoiled by tho water und dirt joining Farmers Bank & Trust Co. W-- had been Butllciontly punished. The must havo them cleaned ut his expense. A Red Cow, weight alniut i00 lls nlmut 7 Walton. old lady took tho boy homo saying, It was a eloso call for Mr. Hlgglns years old and without bonis, came to tin house Oct. 1st. Owner can get same bv Tmtv W. BuiGHT. of the Hubble "When I got there I um going to glvo und Mr. Tate's residences and hud they proving property, for her keep anil would have extended this notice. democrat to him a good whipping sure enough. burned, tho llro section, had an SHERMAN ISRUCE, MUledgovllle, Ky. almost Indefinitely. This Isn't a patching." arrive at his houBO Saturday night. poor-house, ' t ington. uucmicu uancasier court yostcrtiay TllKRi: will bo a recital by some of and there were about 100 cattle on the the music pupils of tho Collego on Fri- - market but there was no demand and day afternoon, liilth. The program will ""no to speak of changed hands. Mule consist of singing and piano music, c'ta wur-- in demand at 20 to ?:J5. Exercises open at 2 I. M. and the pub- FOUR busses full of the young peoHe is cwdially invited. ple of tho Collego and Miss Ruth ElliSuraicing- .- Hon. B. C. Warren, son's school went chestnut hunting Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., and others will j around Ottenheim Saturday and had on Ce- - oceans of fun, though they found but sjieak at Biggins' School-hous- e dur Creek, Thursday night, 28th, at 7 few of the objects of their search. o'clock, and at Anderson's School- Tin: variety entertainment, cake house, near Ephcsus church, at the walk will occur at Walton's Opera same hour, Friday, 20th. notiso Friday night next, and as it is A KBW weeks ago, Rev. J. W. Stan- for tho bcncllt of u worthy cause it is ton, a colored preacher, was assassina hoped that many white people will bo ted by unknown parties. Ho was a present. Seuts for them will be revery bright man and n democrat, and served. Admission only 25c. itiB beginning to bo whispered thatj Tin: boss has taken the stump. He that fact had something to do with his 8J)()ke t0 H handful nt Kingsville Thurs-takln- g olT. Tho grand jury will probe dftV nJnl aml those who llcIird it sav , the matter to the bottom. It was about as joor an cITort as was cvor listened to. The great Congresscorrespondent man never was much of an TllK Courier-Journorator "no sas a good crowd was disappointed in how." He just saws the wind and his the failure of Mr. Pryor Force to 1111 hearers have to guess what bo Is drlv his appointment here Saturday. Pros- ing at. perity hasn't struck us to any extent Tin: writer, who prides himself that but we will pay $1 apiece for every he has the handsomest baby boy in exman who will make oath that he knew Pryor Force was expected to speak und istence, was taking him down street that hesuirored any special sorrow over Sunday, when a stranger, evidentlyex-a his non appearance. We did not hear drummer, remarked: "That is an ceedingly handsome boy," and then the matter mentioned. taking a look at us, added, "he must Marriagrs That Proyhd have an unusually pVctty mother." Five suits fordlvorce were Hied Thotie who have seen us can see the for tho court which begins tho Hist, point, those who havo not may guess. ltev. Lucien M. Lasley sues Mrs. AnSi'RAKlNG. Judge M. C. Snulleyand nie Lasley alleging abandonment since 1WI5; Mrs. AllceSword wants other candidates will speak at: Juno l!l, Bowland, Wednesday, October 27th, a dlvorco from Thomas Sword on tho sano grounds; Mrs. Lottie Harris at 7 M. Mlllodgovillc, Thursday, October charges that her husband, Wm. IIulT 28th, at 1 l. M. Harris, boat and injuied her and she wants to be rid of him; Lee Jasper sues ' Ottenheim, Friday, October 2tth, nt Mary Jasper, alleging abandonment. 7 1. M. Waynosburg, Saturday, October 30th, and Mrs. Wm. Lancaster desires that the union between her and Clement at 1 i M. Lancaster lie dissolved, because of, All voters are cordially invited. J al uanwiniwilULIH. iVlUtU U1IMM1 than an incrcli.int can bu at Mliolcnlo prlrtw. ThMs something new to rnv trons but look at a few prices nnd then call and bo convinced. TJis Sale Will DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Double wldtlihl'lc Cashmere, worth S0c22Kc " l'lalds. nil colors, 40c O 10c A nlcn lint' of worsted goods at ...,10c !50c Ktrii l7ullLd Sprcnds nt Good Klankuts, pur pair 50e Comforts nt nil prices HlcsM'lH'd and brown cotton 4e 4 nnd5c Olnglnims Standard llrand Callcxis StoSc Towels, Sc; Crash for Towels, per yard.. Si' Cnnton rinniiel..4i: Colored I'lanneN, tuc Men's and Ladles' Umlerwour 15 to 2.'c Good line of Hcseand Half Ho.e rc ), Children's Underwear f,' Ithu'k Satlnu Ladles' Jackets 75c: others worth 8f to Lm$t Till Jar;, h How's This for Footwear ? Men's good Hoots ?1 .00 Men's Mioes 75 c Ladles' Mutton or Lace Shoes 05c to fcflc. Misses' Shoes worth 51.50, go at 50c. Children'? Ration Shoes UOc. Infants' stilish, up to date goods only 90a. ' In Hats and Caps jou can bo lilted at 5, 10. 15 and 25c. Notice our prices on Tin, Glass, China and Queensware Good Table Plates, fi for 25c. Cujh and Saucers, 12 pieces 25c. Class Tumblers 2c each or 22c per dozen, Decorated Glass Lamps, lltted complete, 25c. Lamp Chlmnes and 5c. 2J4 gallon Milk Iluckct II; JSgal. Rucket5c Quart Cup 4cj pint Cups 3 for 5c. Good Dippers.'! anil 5c: (l(K)d sl7u Plo Pans 3 for 5c. Largo Wash Pans 4 and 5c. ' Heavy pressed Tin Dish Pans 10c. tf (juuit Huckets 10c. 1 4cirboltor sc jir roll. Lace Curtnlns 5 cents per yard; good ones 45c u p.ilr. Irish and English Trimmings te and up Outing Cloth 4ctoS,c Ickory Mdrt Ing 5c Table OH Cloth 13c Shirting Goods Pc, worth more Notions aro too cheap to (junto prices on. Three Lead Pencils lr. Ribbon 1 Inch wide at lr per yard. Handkerchiefs lie each. In this lino of iroods I um well sunnlled. j but must refrain from quoting farther prl- wui cunige moro lor ii'". in win jiriuier -printing them than I oil the goods for. 1 1 JlOat 51.05 Wall p'i'pcr Qroceries. Don't pay too high for our family Groceries elsewhere, but como and buy "dead loads ' of them at tho following prices; Granulated Sugar 18 ounds SI. Arbucklu's package Coffeo per pound 12c. Good Meat ii and Cc per pound. Lard tho samu pi Ice as Meat. Good Hour 25 lbs. for 45c. Keg Soda 3c lb. Arm and Hammer llrand. 7 packages 25c. Lenov fcoap .le. Good Luck Soap 2c. Trench Sardines 3 1k)us 10c. Good Coal Oil per gallon 10c. llolted Meal tier busliul 45c. Green Colleo woith 25c for 12c. Lump starch jer lb. 5c. Gialu Pepper 0c. Rest Raking Powder Ic. Good Rail Hlulng 2 boxes Be. Most Molasses per gallon 2Jc. Crackers and Candy each 7c per pound. I How Do These Figures Strike You on Clothing? Good .Tenus Punts Fail-URK- S. Mtn's full Suits Men's heavy Pant Tfic Oeralls30 Overcoats 51.75 K nee Suits 75c Knco Pants 15o Men's Susenders c Men's laundered I)nss shirts 25c Overall Jackets 30c Hea Twilled Good for making jour own suits at 2.V per yard. I ILav Corduroy Pants 50c $1.51) SI. 50 1 cannot (junto further. My slock Is lintnviise and tho prices are lnnilT throughout. and select for jourself: jou shall bo dealt with fairly and politely treated during our visit. I pay the highest prices for Country I'roduco iuid solicit your patronage. With each 25 cent uivhase will le given a numbered ticket, entitling the Customer to a chance on One of Three Grand and Costlx Gifts, consisting of t large and handsome Music ltox, playing 10 Airs; good d hotgun of latest p.itern and a reliable hooter, and beautiful, MarbleDed. Eight Day, Seth Thomns Mantle Clock, with largo Ilroti7o Ornti incuts on top. Thee gifts are on exhibition In ihj storo and every customer Come, see 1 Doublo-iiarrolle- 1 Invited to examine them. Those are alisolutelv 1'm.K GilTs'to inv patrons, tlioy paying-.smoub nor j.kss for mj goods either with or without a ticket. The gift numlMjrs wero written b .1 V Hocker, Cashier of the Hustouvllle National Rank, and aro known to no other MUto?i. These iimiiiIrts will remain In the bank safe until tho tickets liax-- all been nut in mj store, when a notice of the same, and tho "lucky" numbers held by Mr. Doctor will Im- puli'Jshcd in tin Countv newspapers, with a reoubst to tho winners to call and gd their jirosor ts Neither nisof nor tn.xoiic In my employ can contest for any of these (irand Lifts, The must go to m Patrons. Thanking all for Mist patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same, I am, Your Humble Seivant, Is c gl-i- ft JACOB HUMMPJLSTEIN, McKinney, Ky. 1 ' ; UJlQpr It should not $f,-00- v to mmmm I 5 I -- i v- -i bo nucossiiry for us to urge 3011 to buy Pall and Winter Goods now. Winter nlnnxs has como and (?j m m You JVfust fiave Glotfyes. So don't wait till stocks mo broken and goods aro .scarce. 3 To Our Patrons At We A can't 20-od- d 11 Distance: !2 to-da- y. j i ffil k i We especially Invite you to come during this beautiful weather. tell 3 ou of all tho out-sho- GOOD THINGS I AVc liax'c, so come let u show you. I3rNew Goods Ex-er- y Day. law-abidi- SEVERANCE & SOVS mMimwmimmmmmmmm IrjTiVii 1! 35 11 The Best Disc Drill v v v aVWimM cd BEST : MADE In ronly to your Lies Don't Co. Messrs. IS K. Wearcn & Son. Stanford Gentlemen: will sav that the Kentucky DNc Drill stands Mildly on Its merits; tho makers light letter any this no purchaser their liw si ts In court and not In the papers andbe dellclent In ofreal drill need leartheir merit when No that other drills must locil out .u'ii mint. urs, Rren-u- an pb Into bin lug them. 'We guarantee protection. milkers se.C to rks. Louisville, frcpt. 2. HlulN wont work. Thero .x. Co. s Western Agilrultui il double-geareP.aimers can soo for tbemselves. is no mistake alxnit this machine being s-uv d. h mi mw B. K. WEAREN & SOV. Ji v -- Fetes, W. W. Oarpots, Wall Paper, MATTING. pri-pric- es - HOVAL store-room- Estray Notice P. Wc are making preparations for a big output of good. When you hear our unvou will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these has precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adloiding counties, which fact busalways proven itself whero a customer favored us with a call. Wo aro here for iness, quick talcs and &inull profits. ll-pou- Branch Store at Ilustoiwille, II. It. Cnmnite, Mannger. WITHERS, STANFORD. V , fl-- ' pMji ,$m&imjuim m twM mO" , i. f f " ''" "' '" p'f. 'I'l111 n"r," 'I "A '.;, & npr,INorc for your mono) than any House oilers, or your money back mzMmmM!& r The Public Testify ISA! " agipMorc lor your limn gj mo ney 01 vSi any House oilers, your money bneje. 33S3? -- r i lni8;nn fail :..t.,ir..iii,. ht tlioif ii!itinii!ur( i ..i.: wMivitY in our store Droves our popularity. . evervboilv'ri lins "I'm iroinir to Loiran Ss Robinson's. AVe've been to Loirim Von We bold our old customers and make new ones, because we promise more than any other store and lio.'ir niii iiMiiH on Ss We Keep Uur to binson's." The The Prsfvepurchase one ofbest them. our to Don't 5 All-AVo- ol Overcoat in the U. S. Suits at $0.f0. Von can do no better. The best i?7.f0 Overcoat in theU. S. The best $10 Ov.crcoat in be U. S. Host ?12 Overcoat in the U. P. Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING a Specialty. Boots Boots Boots ! I -- SSSss-'' Cheapest to the be Best. From the largest and best factories in the United States. A look through our stock wil con- you that woL,n Boots nml Shocs cirBAPEU tlIIln aliy llollw in CeMtraf Kentucky. Our Furnishin"- Goods Department is brimful of Xcw Things, such as Collars and Culls, Xcckwear in all the new styles, Shirts of every description and Underwear from the ! I ! bnoes bnoes bnoes I I ! ! I ! - 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 Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods, LANCASTER, KY. I ami coal THE INTERIORJOURML Mtitob.od'r uoaJaya'mi -- AT- LANCASTER. Alex GUI, colored, was lined 1 cent and costs in tho police court for striking a sable damsel. Tho Central Record will don a new suit on Friday, when It will appear in the latest and most approved stylo. S. D. Hotliwcll is building a handsome residence on his lot on Water rildava 32 I?ICIt YKAB - When not so paid IN- - ADVANCE will e charged, iSS.CO it t, street. There is nothing about the L0C2L street to suggest the name it bears. Little Margaret, daughter of liobert TIME CSRD. Klnnaird, has a genuine case of scarlet fever and the schools have 'all closed that the original order directs tho to prevent a spread of the fearful dis county clerk to deliver to tho sherilT KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. outs no figure, as the court must direct p. m ease. Trains leare Stanford at 7 10 a. m. nnd ' v John Hill, of MeCreary, bought P. it, and tho duty can not be shifted to returning at 4. us p. iuii G. Warner's farm of UK) acres, at i'lo one not a member of the court, the duKNOXYILLE DIVISION. per acre, Warner taking Hill's house ty of the clerk being merely to keep 12 37 p m No. 2 Train going North 3 13 a in and lot In MeCreary and 1 1 mules at the records of the court and Issue cer' " No. 26 " 12 (U p m i?oula " tified copies when called for. Tho matNo. iS " 27 p in S2.000. " " No II. D. Harmon, who advertised for a ter is rather serious if the bonds are For alliroliits. wife, has abandoned the matrimonial Invalidated. At the rates of tho last TUEO'JQH TICKETS SOLD. CHECKED THROUGH. race and now wants a woman to keep lease It would cost about 310,000 to keep BAOOAOE For auy Information enquire, oi house for him, and be a mother to him the roads open until November, 1S0S, when the voto could be taken again. r JOE S. HICE, Agent, to his children. and a Stanford, Ky. Some clulm that the order, which was Four hundred of the churns have just been received here recorded iu time, was tho foundation QUEEN & CRESCENT. for delivery to parties to whom they for tho election and that the courts will Trains pass Junction City as follows: 02 P m have been sold. It is claimed that we not defeat tho will of the people because No. llSoutu .... U 57 a ra No. 2 North :; nwpia ;: no.3 will now have better butter and more an oilicer falls to do his duty In posting which he Is presumed to do. At any w ?.. 8 vtl ::::::and20 do not run Sundays, ewim of It. 9 and 10 0 S Vnt-The Central Kentucky Medical Asso rate the bonds would not be salable ono futlfci South than Junctlou uuy, neiiner 5io they run Sundays. ciation convened here last Thursday. until the matter is fully settled. The A number of visiting physicians wore vote will b taken on the question any FRANKFORT ASD CINCINNATI RY. present, among them Drs. K. J. Brown, way and If the matter is not ovonook-e- d VIAGEOUtihTOWN. it will carry. p. M. X. M J. G. Carpenter, Steele Bailey and W. A.M. Ar 12 M B. O'Bannon, of your city, the latter Lve. Somerset, tlOO 55 820 " II Jet. City. SIS Liberty . 630 reading a paper on "The Practice of '05 450 Arr Georgetown, I.v 30 300 " 6 Frsnklort, 1155 20 Medicine." o J. P. Clayton and Wm. Sharp, demo5 30 On Saturday night, near Nina, while 8 40 6110 Arr I'arls cratic and republican candidates for 'Dally except Sunday returning from church, Hugh Logan representative for Casey and Rus&ell, C. P.HERCAW.G.P. A. and Brutus Wearen quarreled over the have been speaking In this county the election and fired several shots with past week. ROBERT FISH, their pistols. Wearen's jawbone is Joshua Stone, of Washington, D. C, old his Tho crack barber. Is now back at ready to fractured and he Is wounded in the left Saturday for homo after a week's stand In Mrs. Minvo and haircut. AH neck. It is reported that Logan is clvo you a visit to his parents, Dr. W. D. Stone needing work should call on him. He OSIs slightly wounded. Being eight miles Orchard, Ky. and wife. George K. Stone spent last sure to please, you. Crab in the country it Is impossible to net u week in Jamestown attending circuit correct statement at this time. court. A telegram announced the death of This prolonged drouth Is certainly on Saturday at Col. William Hoskins .hlng and tho scarcity of 305 Sweet Water. Tenn. His remains were good drinking water In consequence a well fenced, well burled at Danville on Sunday. He was verv unpleasant one, but the most sur Mohtlv In has all the necessary Improve tho father of Mrs. D. li. Collier, of prising part of it Is that some North j ments. Wo will oell privately aim on oentUy imps. this city, was colonel of tho 12th Ken- ern people have not turned up their tortus. Stanford, Ky. tucky Infantry and located at Camp noses and wondered how Kontucklans Dick Robinson for a time during the could worry about thirst on account of war, part of that famous camp being lo- a scarcity of water. cated on his farm. He was prominentRobert J. Austin, a special pension MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror.. ly known as u gallant soldier and a true examiner, was here last week. lie was Lancaster, man durlug the late war. born In this county but went to MissouIs becoming serious In ri when young and acquired a fine eduTho drouth Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Torters this section. People are hauling wa- cation und an elegant wife there. Everything table 89 ter for miles and drinking water is at a About lo years ago he entered tho govtnect trains premium in this city, many cisterns ernment service as a pension clerk and S3IO3-S- . having been exhausted. Tho mana- has been continuously In tho employ of gers of the electric light plant are Uncle Sam since. Mr. Austin has maIU'gislered iMX Splendid hauling water from Dix Klver ami, as ny relatives iu this county aud Russell individuals Both it requires a considerable quantity, the und a host of friends. lights are shut oil at 9 o'clock. The For some time your Liberty Spring's far. candidates for city counollmon, who has had a hankering to go row. Prices ruasounhlu. No charge for will declare In favor of water works, down in Tennessee und see their show, crating. will be sure winners. My old friend, b;it the yellow fever scare has kept J. M. !i H. J. McHOBERTS, Stanford. John B. Dickerson, sont word by Mr. J. him postponing tho trip. Next SaturM. McPtobcrts that he would send tne a day, however, tho performance Is bookS. PRICE, A. canteen of water to bo mixed with liq- ed to close. Ceutennials don't como Surgeon uor in making drinks, but I will save often in Tcnne&sce and by tho time tho Dentist, him tho trouble, as I have long ulnce next one arrives there's no telling how abandoned the use of the cursed stuff. a fellow will be fixed for traveling, so Stanford, Ky. It Is hoped and believed that all dem If you have not seen the show get ready Office 07r MeEsbcrtJ' D'ii Store In tlu Owsley ocrats will get Into the band wagon or und go. Yellow fever, quarantines lliilldhn;. join the procession which is marching nor anything el&o will keep your corto victory. I warn them against com- respondent away any longer. mitting an act thut will cause them to The leading social event of tboto be punished by the lashings of con- parts for tho year occurred last Wedscience, and which will require the re- nesday at 10 o'rlock, when Mr. W. C. mainder of their lives in attempting to Adams, of this place, was wedded to tMiEtmf-r!$iexplain why they did it, when no ex- MUs Lizzie Rowe, of Jamestown. Tho cuse can be given. Party fealty is duo ceremony was performed at the resiPlcutlst, : SLaiitbrtf, : Ky. from every democrat and that alone dence of tho bride's mother, Mrs. TexOiSco on Incaster street at Iteslilence. should cause him to vote for the entire as Rowe, in that city, Kldor J. Q. Mont, ticket, but, if the man is to bo consid- gomery otllclatlng. Immediately after ered, you know thut every nominee is tho ceremony Mr. Adams, and wife, acBIub honest, capable and worthy of the of- companied by Mr. M. K. Humphrey fice which ho seeks, from circuit judge and Miss Mollle Vaughaii, left for tho PALI., 1897. to constable; the former having even NashvlUlo Centennial und other points. sirved as Federal judge and being pe- The groom is ono of the most promiVull stocks of Fruit andOrnuuiciitiilTruos culiarly lilted by nature, education, nent young men In Cusey county and is Oraiio Vinos, Small Fruits, Asparagus and practice and experience to preside at present sherilT of the county. Tho very thliitf fir Orchard, Lawn iintl Uiirden. Is aslster of the well known Weliavo noiigenH lut"ell llnct to the when life, liberty or property is in brido jeopardy. drummer, W. F. Rowe, and belongs to planter, navlnc; enormous commissions. on application to An attempt to locate tho blamo for on of tho best families In Southern H. I'. IIILTiKNSIErEK. not advertising for the election on tho Kentucky. She Is decidedly beautiful Loxinrton, Ky. fored 1BilM '2A question of issuing turnpike bonds In tlite constitutes tho chief subject of conversation at this particular time, as some republican candidates are Involved. Tho law provides that tho fiscal court shall direct the shorill to udver tiso for the election and, as he did not receive tho notices until it was too late, although he proceeded at once to post them, It Is claimed that the fiscal court, consisting of tho county judge and tho magistrates, with the county attorney as advisor, is alone responsible to tho people for this negligence. The fact and accomplished. An elegant new residence awaits tho return of tho newly wedded couple. EZEIXjIjO Thonlrlki'i-- nro K"li(? t work iMni'iMoiir will mhiii Ih) cnuitiiK. 1 H.D.PHILLIPS. Gun azxd Xiook STAMOIlP, KV. la Srai-tb- . V A "-- Hicks, the weather prophet, predicts heavy storms 00 hours after tho 116th of this month. He says heavy rain, thunl der and wind storms will rage, probn. bly ending iu sleet and snow. It wll-b- e extremely cold for this time of year. Gov. Bradley will welcome the Knights of Pythias, who meet in grand lodge at Frankfort The meeting closes Wednesday night with big banquet. The memberships of these orders are about as follows: Odd Fellows, 1.I,U1: Free Masons, IKlo.Ul.i: KtiighU of Pythto-da- orders mi that Me ran work curl and late. Wot hunk jou for past favors aud kindly ask the roll-- 1 mm ice of name. We have no xolli'ltora walking tho streets, hut await Miur order, which will 1k neatlv and prompt v lllled. Don't link credit for we have no capital to hack us. Wo would have a telephone In cur otllce hut wo ciiu't lienr. Come and nv us. NUM. A XlN.tSe ad ") I 01-- All k'nds of rrpslrlnf done at rates Cptiolilerlai istutisrtlon Riursutssl pUiy. r FIRE INSURANCE lt 11 T. L. SHELTON, UOWI.AM). KY.. ifasGoiU! Jiuclc into the Conl Business. ask the pntronage of the puhlle. MHiiford friends ho want Coal ran leave orders with J. II. Illrffliis, MhU-- will rts'elve prompt al- 1.1 .TON. tent Ion I. 1. 11 Insurance Company, OK HUOOKI.YN. ias. 40 1,.V!!. Ami will keep constantly on hand the Jilll-co- , Coals nnd I'n IN llraiieti and otlier A Warning. W. M. 1IKWKS. ll Caledonian Co., i : Insurance 1HOR. 1 Scotland. Any one plowing up my place for gravel or any other material In my alienee after this date. iK'totiur Mil. lsltT, l will prosecute to the full extent of tho law. N OEL & SON, I'UUNUliU 6 DEALERS , IN COHL, R. B. MAHONY, Agt MANIOUI', KY. grand-mothe- foot-pow- er J. T. SUTTON, Hustonville, ind Offers his y Undortakor, - Kentucky 95 Corn mul I Iny, Order OCira and Ktsd KirhaiijtP, near the lUUrvad Cnwilng, I"ut htivrt, Stanford; Stm-t- - Kentucky. Coal Yard, Mill latelr J " Hlfltfin'. Satisfaction Ktiarauttvd. nsroorioE feiioean find lnt and railluc ur wireCUr Urvwk, on want at store iiswr All iNTHins deslritiK i No hand. I). S. CarjieiitLT. Manager. ofWVst Lincoln counties. 1'ull Mock uf Colli 111 ami mttIccs to the eule A SHELBY & SHELBY, ..Proprietor Catnu Into our store ouu day and Mild "How Is It volt folks can sell m) rheatir Mv father hulls giMMls In another county, hut he can't bell this cheap." Our answer was LADY iiat thry the pike 1 leadlnx from Crab Oixhard to SUnfutd also krrpoii hand a supiyof punk for ftwutns All klnl of lu iu 1st Air building purMsi, aw Istsnls and sbltiKlea. All stv.h desiring any article of this Mild call rail oil ul at my store tirarCrslar W Creek. (,. V MNLI-KfON- , ls'mt U fur plank frncc, iy . LIVERY.FEED&JSALE STABLE Junction City, ICy. Pint-Cla- reasonable rates. Itvpt'Ctfiilljr gollclled. A Turnout, rumit attention, Terr jwrtlnn of your patronage 18 " Is now pn'iiareil to do all kinds of I'liuiiblii Wo know where to buy and how to l,uy. if nnd TIihiIiir. Nile proprlutors of Dean s llluok Plainoiiil ItiMif 1,'alnt. Teleihotie No. wu can get an article at half price we hell It SO. rnslili'iu-Shop on Mill St., olipslte J, '.'l-- lf fi. llaughman A Co.'h .Mill. the .same way. e We Buy For Gash And Sell For Gash. TINNING & PLUMBING, STANKOKD, I1V., J. T. Jones, tore-rop- m s. g Wu iiro Opening this 'Week -- A WOUD TO- - nrt-crus- -, FOR SALE. Illuc-Orass. Acres Fine Land 6 fir & New ;oods In tienrly every department, and OWiVERS. to those who have (lever trailed with Us wo would say: Count to co us whether you Are you liiHtired ? If not, why not? "thoutrade or not. It will do you good to xee the sands of dwellings aud lxirns pMl as ours crowd and money Howlng mi freely, and then you won't feel like risking otir life pilii); to Klondike but will want to htay at home and trade with I'vory j ear, Involving the loss of millions of dollars. Why should joj c.ecl V j'MTCJhs ' f nun ear to y ear V PKOrERTY Are Destroyed by Ycur Proporty 2Tay Fire or Lightning Bira Tanner Bros., McKinney V i Mason Hotel first-clnss. iKeotucky. 3j&.XJE2 Du-roc- s. tfm2Mm$ZMs eorros-pondende- nt i ol the National IlimW Act the inivlnloii depotltors are won red not only dy tint capital itock, tockholderV liability lor uu moonlit but lir the eualiu the stock to that dejioMioraof tlila Institu- General Avnt, tion iru leciinsl by a fund of Siuo.ooo ! lie sworn statements of tho condition ot the llmk are made Juitx 1). CasTLEvax. each year to tho United States (loreriiuivnt and Its autvts are examined at statist times by xotcr anient agents, thus hocurlutf additional aud isirteet sate!, to ilf K)ltor, This institution originally established as the De posit Hank of Stanford Iu lfJS, Oicu reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 18i undik'aln rvoTKanlmliu the I'lot National Hank of Stanford In &'.', has hail practically an uninterrupted exist encf for XI years. It Is better supplied now wlt' lacllltles fur trutiMotlnc huIiics promptly and liberally than tvcr hvfura In Its long ami honorable carwr. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, tirms and Individual solicited!. Within a year, within a mouth, OK STANKOllll, KY, hotirx. Wliy xhould you exjxiso of ears of 'liinust toll Surplus, S15.750 a Miiglu lire, jwhleh can diMtroy Capital Stock $100,000. hour ? SIIeltlti a hhare of y our Attention of the public It rallr.1 to the f.ict that KiiKflfullj, li thooulr National Hank. In .Stanfi.nl. tnli Un-d- FIRST NATIONAL BANK tho to loss by It In an tint routine nreii-iniilatl- wltmnSI ou JESSE .... D. WEAEEN, Stanford, Ivy .(, Uxiuu. I K 1 INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Are You Going? Farmers Bank&Trast M, D.KIuiore, Manford. Harden, Stanford llaiihman, " ' " K. I.. Tanner, McKlnncv. W, A. Trlbble, Orch'd; M. J. .Miller, Mt. Vernon. J.M.Colller.Crab S.T.Harris, J. S. Mocker, " K. Iteld, Lincoln Co.; " DIKICTOXS. J. W. S. II. BURBBE T.I-- . Mill. 5 CQSTLEMM. Louisville. MANAdl.KS, Mcltoliortk Cashier I. S. Mocker, A. A. McrCiuuey, Aul'tautCasliIrr. orricixs. President; J. J. Oommcrco ".Building, Agents Throughout the outli. Co. Stanford, local A Kent, Grass Nurseries. South? Then make the trip over the famous Queen & Cresctnt Route. Historic and scenic country en route, vestibuled trains that have no equal in the South, aud the shortest journey possible. You save a hundred miles of travel to the most important southern cities via the Queen & crescent. W'rllo for Information to W. C. Ulncarwiti, (ienernl IVutengcr Agent, Cincinnati, O. OK STANKOItll, KY. Kentucky. 37t( Paid up Capital, Surplus, 5200,000 00 17,003 80 lly provisions of Its charter, Jcssltors aro a fully projected as are deoilors in Nulloual Hanks, Its shareholders being held individually liable to llieextentof the unioiiutof their stisk t heroin at the par valuo thereol, In addition to tbuamoiiul utli bharus. It may act as executor, administrator, trustor, Av., as fully us an individual. TcndiTiiiKotir thanks to tluo who have entrust. isl their business to us, we trust they will contiuut to do so, aud we oiler as a guarantee for piomptal. teutlou to saiuo our 'M years' exri(Hicu in bank. liiKaud as liberal accommodatious osaie consistent with sound hanking, I1IRECTOHS. J.B.HIGGINS.C I1BALHU IN Farm Wagons Pleasure Vehicles, Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams, II. Cummins, I'reachersville; W. J.H.Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. M. Shanks, William (iooch, J. K. Cash, 8. J.Kmhry, A. W. Carjs;nter; J. K. I.ynn, J. N, Mi'iicfco. OKriCKKS. Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. Stanford, Kentucky. C.U-ulO"- uu Goods Warranted as ltopresutited. Olllcu on Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Scud ccuU for fine Art colored Lithographs uf lookout Mountain and Ctdckamau0'u. 10 S. 11. Shanks. President; J. 1J. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. llrlgbt, Teller tLJ. L. TOTTEN. SALESMix. . ilAr ..fcu-- r.4tJ &!&&