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GO OF COUNTV JUDUK I r to tell you thut tho outlook for democratic victory nll along tho lino la good, ami If ouch ono o you .utll il vmif ilutv. n I know vou will. our grand old Statu will again Uiko ltn ......... i.. ,i. .i...IlllfV. III1IW miliimn wbero .ii,. uv. ..111 L.11C It bolongH Tho contest Is between democracy and republicanism, and is of such magnitude that it will control congression- o deter-inlnal elections noxt year, and may election Jn HKK). tho presidential All men who opjkwu tho rulo of tho republican party light with us, and those who favor republican rule oppoos. A few spoilsmen and enemies of our H iv Mr. and Mra. bun Middle ton arc There will bo a frost In Kentucky noxt Tueodiiy and judging from appoar-ance- grandpiucnt again. Mr.. Gra, tlulr there aro fours of "Chill Blnlns." daughter, has a n'uu baby girl at their Ckah Ouchaud. Oct. 27. There aro Jtlnbud policy to force .an olllce on home. That we have the two polnln which tho people of thiM Col. W. G. Welch was mingling with ond of tho county liavo naked mo to aiiYone, and especially a lady. hand- Ml.xecs Sullio tiud Sudie Klliri and fa- - Ills friendd here thU week; ult-for your paiior, w"to Tho Squire John Kills, were visiting some Marve Helm, talking up his quallllcalioiiB of a county judge and the thor, OFin the West End. We are very tlon and to some pretty Indies, lato leasing of tho or lotMisses Grace Tudor and Ilallle glad to report Dr. Hrown's condition ting out of tho paupers of the county. Improved in the past day or ininton entertained Tuesday evening In regard to tho former I hold that Mrs. J. F. Cummins and Misses Eva two. there is not ono of tho very uhlu lawThe entertainment and supper given Stcger and Lizzie Boazley at leu. yers of Lincoln county qualilled for soMrs. D. 13. Edmiston is visiting her that olllce, some aro only better quali- by the senior and junior endeavor cieties was a very decided success. The good husband in Lawrdnoeburg this fied than others. Tho circuit judge At Lower Prices than ever known program was well rendered us ovi- - week. Mrs. D. C. l'ayne has improved has the ablest lawyers In his district Better goods and lower prices we niilfllmr fin 1. tti ,,11 flu, tlmn fnutt, nnn denced by thu encores of the lnrjfo and sulllclcntly to go out driving since her give you and save your toll to 'appreciative audience. recent severe illnots. i 11....1. i . , n .. t .. . til .u uiiutiii;! ,1111 ...inull HIVJ IIIHIWUIb f party, calling themselves democrats, uy too iieiiiueruuu Danville. i am iiuiuorizeu oi our youngest aim monb oner and Intricate questions come up before personal advantage from who expect committee of tho West End to extend u getlc widowers living on Stanford St. him, there is tho law upon ench sldo ZTZEUE : tho deception, keep our State tlckot in special invitation to Mr White to U repairing his house inside and out. you read and quoted by the ablest lawyers the background, and would have speak hero again on next Friday or It looks very suspicious and as though in the district and the circuit judge Is J. L, Fkohman & Co., Danville. TtlK I1KUGII13 OF TLNNIS. join them in tho betrayal of It. Saturday night. There are some rnds he expects to occupy it us a home in the thoroughly informed upon ttio law of Tho ojhjh enemy challenges respect the case high in ottieo and authority that were near future. before he is required to decide but those who light for by his boldness, hero tho night Whlto spoke boforo that! Judge M. C. Saullc.v and Messrs. It. It. Not bo with tho county judge behim, whllo preloading to bo hostile, suited In tho presence of witnesses wo C. Warren and G. T. Farris spoke to a to be fore whom the abler members of ttie can name that White was a d f wa fair audience Tuosday afternoon. As md against us, whllo pretending friendly, aro entitled to bo watched, bar do not practice, and ho must do hie not Invited to speak and did so with- - Mr. Farris is one of our former towns-oown reading and thinking, and often only votnrs of Mckinney, but of all classes of authority and that he would bo men wo would be pleased to sec him but not to bo trusted or respected. seeks local success at he guesses at law and justice and stopped. Any man who elected. Now democrats stand to vour people for miles around town strikes wide of tho mark and often does Work is rapidly going forward with colors next Tuesday and wo will elect tho expeuse of our Stuto candidate is an irreparable injuryan injury withpossible haste to complotu tho tele- - our good ticket. tho enemy of tho democratic party, out appeal, not oven a review can be all all Itov. Gashwllder and children have phone line to l'owers Store this week. State and National, and forfeits - had. What kind of interpretation can ' claim to democratic confidence or supThe stock Is now raised to complete the rented Mrs. Sallie A. Higglns' proper-lin- e he bo enabled to give who is a stranger to Kldd's Store. As soon as this, ty on Lancaster street and have gone lwrt-to tho loxt upon which lie comments? We aro glad to have And carrying away 100s of bargains daily. The rush has Tho acceptance of a democratic nomline is completed an oxehange will he ' to housekeeping. One attorney tiles a petition, tho oilier is a pledge of loyalty to tho wo will bo in them tor citizens. Mr. Mike Kennedy forced me to employ another clerk and Mr. Kobert Kojjin-so- n, put in at this plncu and ination demurs. Is your demurrer general or of Stanford, will go on duty Oct. J30. party and to Its nominees. A candidate special? Tills legal parlance tho judge touch with all Central Kentucky as has moved Into Mr. John Holmes' house and his friends seem to enjoy USirSec my new line of misses and boys' headgear. who douf. noC- so consider it has no well as Louisville and Cincinnati. Tarn does not understand. Demurrer over-- , claims on democratic voters. Polities here is still very quiet, in having him in town, also his pleasant O'Shantcrs at .'35c to 50c that would cost and 1,25 in a ruled or sustained, then answer, then $1 Tho Interests of our party demand reply, fact not mentioned, unless some candt. wife. Mr. J. Will James, our clever then rejoinder, then Is not distiller, was in Cincinnati tho past few milliner's shop. .Don't overlook my clay worsted suits at should not make any alliance dates drop in. This, however, that you thun rebutter, then $7 and my French twilled overcoats at $0,50. In the "State of Catoy.", days. that does not strengthen our Slate tickwhat kind of butter does the the situation of die To a stranger passing through our et, or recognize thu claims of any can- bewildered The dlvuhrlm.' mimes of an at- court think that IsV Com. leged Green Goods Company, several town the condition of our public build-- j didate to your support who does not mon sense can give no relief here. of whom Shacklcford, and avow his work for jIcKinney, Ivy. aro verv prominently connuet- - In3 would catl fo,'th s")mo criticism, as See tho great drops of agonizing sweat churches need repairing inside and to vote for him. ml. has caused a "Vesuvius emotion" purfioo upon his wrinkled brow. And lie wish-a- s Between candidates who do not supthroughout, the entire length and ' out badly, also our high school he was mowing. James 1'. Butley is of tho court ,.r ii nm.ntA- - mil ti.o ..mi u lug. Whore are our city fathers that port our nominee for clerk w ' " lho aro free to not a lawyer by profession, but his tney aro not more inougutiui of apjhjals, democrat as shcritT and circuit clerk not yut. I 2 lives of tho school children and the ap, suoh candidates claim choose, whether Wo met tho president of thu cattle has thoroughly equtpHid him for the pearuuee of tlie uupalutcd, neglected bo democrats or to belong to thu reto C. Coulter, who in'j olllce of county judge. Twelve yours combine, Mr. J. publican party or Its holers. forms me that Mr. MoConnack's state- look of the windows, etc.? Surely a t Morrow and Saulloy What a Splendid work is being done through- under ment to your correspondent in last little thoughtful energy and a small especially by local or- - law school ! No man can listen for 12 week's issue, w;is in more than one in- - sum of money would improve our little .Ui out thu State, In fact nil kinds of Mixed I"oed at the ShlpotitlT, U . . ...... i city wonderfully. Our cemeteries ure ... .., tT TfiniTiitlfitiH which keen In ml no l no year to ttio Hills and Alcorns, the i Hianru uicorruvu ii ai.ui'u nun ui.a i uc Welchs and Saulleys, the I'axtous and of both State and local !m,virt.in Mr. McCarty was accepted as a mem-b;- r badly kept too. Stock Is tome times i. being fully qualilled In places whuro corrupt men are Hobbltts, without cos- and has by him boon appointed allowed to roam in them and ttie How !! wining to abandon principle for plmr for tho olllce of county judge. Then secretary and that as soon tit George ers.'Otc, plaocu on our lovcu ones r.f AVo are prepared to I, (lie are on guard and the Instructions of such learned and Camden pays his eutrance fees, he will graves are ruined. Our town ,is noted dcr, the rank and for its beautiful situation and its abun- ',. ...iiiv., - ... batraval Is not consu- - profound judges as Morrow and Saulluy be made vice president. visit r'T for 12 years, 'tis bettor than a law $1 waters and with a dant, health-givinmated. Than any one and now Is tho tlmo to buy buforo prices advance. Come wo will wsliool. All this James V. Butloy halittle outlay and work less criticism I et each man do his duty and and See Us. MATRIMONIAL. had tho advantage of. Why ono of the would bo passed. Several ke the place at thu head of the col-- 1 of tho old court-hous-e has K. W. Lcfevor, of Boyle, and Mhs vacant lots are for sale and we umnthat will redeem Congress and old pillowH almost absorbed enough law for that fJeneva Stringer, of tills county, we io would most gladly welcome some good, president- elect tho next rii purKleO. energetic men with money to buy them Johnston, made ono yesterday. e last case of leasing of thu Tho t, and build nlee cottages to live in or Mrs. Sarah Jane Murphy, of Chairman Suite Central and Execuappears to bo of this nature: The from rent, as vacant houses are few here W. Va., obtalnud a divorce tive Committees. two democratic justices voted for tho one husband and married another in now. Since tho Harris House was lowest and best bidder, tho two repubDAMAGES $10,000 burned there has never becun a hotei less than 20 ininutos. lican magistrates voted for the highest one, well kept John Wayne, aged ID, and threo built and a small-sizeMAHIST WANTS JMIO.M 15 WHAT HIHTOIt bid, which, was no belter otherwise. times a widower, surprised bis friunds would pay nicely. A MAI.iriOL'S IlBKAMKIt. The acting county judge was placed in at Fairvlew, III., by marrying a T1ll lUlttMr t tll I.NTBKH1K JoVH.ViU i 1 vote for Wolls i vutivnv. Oi't.. "7. A suit for this altitude: If MT. VERNON. school girl. , I'"H "'y lo my duty, shall gain no 810,000 damages was tiled here yester-James Turner, wlio has seon but IS Tho band is practicing for the repubdo not vote for Hut If of the Sig-- J votes by It summers, and Miss lilta May Dowoll, lican rally. day by James Maret, editor , ,. vmimriChadwIck, , . ,,...i tho republican, I shall lose j upon whoso golden hair thu suns of but ua I, ngainsi it. Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt will reopen - tho bulk of the republican party and CEIlLUNTG, 1.1 years have shown, were married at attorney, a sou ol County Judge Hu- consequently her select bdiool Nov. 22. thu olllce of county judge In tho present canvass, young thurum. , Dr. Bice, who purchased tho drug with all Its salary and fees. H was a Kriger yesterday. in-llethurum has been speaking in tho 1 Although Loutgurt, tho Chicago store of Mr. Wm. Weber, has moved of phico and in a torestof his party. At Pino Illll last uho, hard the aspirant for moment d got a hung jury because there his stock to tho brick store room. that In his speech, lie at-- ! weakness, Saturday nlghl, is a iHissibllity that his wife is not dead, There will be a silver medal contest yielded and fell, and virtually took the character of tho editor of ti l ho is in daily rceuipt of proposal of at Che court house next Friday eveuiug. of tho tax money l"-ttho Signal, who has been taking an aemarriage. What fools somo women aro Tho public is cordially invited to atK' of tho jieoplc and gave It to a friend tlvo part In ttio ennvuss. He stated to bo sure tend. al-- r parUban and incidentally and that the editor hud stolen .00 from the Jumes M. Cayce, a wealthy planter Tho teachers of thu Baptist S. S. are had been discharged "'O directly, took that much of the of Christian county, aged 70 years, was training V X K H and the pupils for a nice people' money to buy the olllce. That from 'tho service on that account. The I niece, Miss Klla John-seOur stock now com pie to at Lowest Cash Prices. on Blblo day. It will bo a .....,., in Imvu- irouo daft the length and breadth of it, tho married to his Cayce, who had been a only 20. uiiiiu: ititi iirf llf.fi fill pleasant occasion. fitlil lllti lilt .... .... li.iltrltf ...... .!.tik,li .if tt ..rw. v. ... - ..w since ho sees his father's defeat in thu ..u..v widower four times, lost his last wife Mrs. KIrby's class will give a recital state- Illustrious precedent, Ruthorford 11. loss than three months ago. air and lias grown reckless in ins at tho close of the llrst month. This Hays, who was defealed by 10 of the ments. A bride was killed in a singular man- will bo free to tho public and both electoral college and l(il),0U0of the popner at Greenville, Miss. The couple and enjoyable. ANY SOHBir'MAN COULD IIAVK ular vole. But some say the two par- went to spend the night with a friend. The car of speakers stopped here Every thing Now and Latest Styles In Writing Paper, Tablets and Cards. FOUNM) HIM. tisan magistrates who voted for tho Fnder the head of thu bed a pistol had Wednesday about 10 o'clock. An Inhighest bid deserve as much censure as When telligent but small uroA'il llstcued to WayNKSUCKO, Oct. ". I wrote you thu county judge himself. Suppose we been hidden from the children. Inst In regard to a statement admit it. Only one of them is a caudi the sheets wero turned down, tho weap- them. Tho school children comon on foil to the lloor and was discharged, posed tho largest part ol llio audience. ' DRUGGIST. STANFORD, KY. under the tioad of matrimonial, of your date for the bullet. striking the bride near tho issue of tho 22nd, and which I think As election day approaches the sens of Lincoln county clavicle bone, ranging downward. She timent in favor of electing Mr. H. G. was an Injustice to mo, saying I could knowoth thou not yet that Kgypt is l.'i minutes. not bo found In tho city of Louisville. I Williams judge of our county for tho people aro being died In thou tho KlNUSViLM-:Tho marriage which next four years grows in strength. By to tho Farmers Homo Hotel, taxed to death? Taxes 00 cents on the wont llrst 1 1 was announced In your last Issuo to doing so the county will bring honor ?M after the arrival of tho train. There soon assume tho proMasonic $100. Taxes will has actually passed upon her name and put in olllce a man place remained except whon the portions of a mortgage. Something must take At her mother's this whoso inlluenco will bo for temperGrand Lodge was In session on corner bo done to stay the gigantic wavos of Into history. of 4th and JolTorson, as I have plenty of corruption now sweeping over tho coun- morning at S o'clock by ttio Hev. Fath- ance, morality and justice Three conof Stud In all departments. It hits trained nnd experienced teachIt has full Coui-.proof to show, if needs be. Any sober try. Your remedy is at ttio ballot box. er Thomas, of Danville, Miss Agnes P. ditions that fathers who aro voters de- ers, it has all needful facilities for the thorough training of fjlrls In all grades. It was tho of Stanford and Lincoln for tho welfare and man could have found either of those Next Tuesday say by your votes to tho Pennybacker was joined in holy wed- sire to soo prevail if they have ttie wel- establishedStanford and vicinity. conveniencedissipating their Inlluonce county. Let all othby patronizing Instead of people of appear as P. Deneen, of Lex- fare of their children at heart. places. I would rather not er schools, rally around tho College and glvo It their united and hearty support. collego or waves of corruption, favoritism and ex- lock to Mr. Daniel call on Mrs. Saulloy at tho Next Session iipons Sept. Uth. Tor Mrs. Susan Henderson has rented in Bomo den or hall that could not travagance thus fur slialt thy blighting ington. The only attendants wero Mr. W.M. SUKIfON. I'uesident. rlto for catalogue. K. Cauiwkix. of tho groom, her farm to Mr. Thomason. Mrs. Jas. bo found. waves coma and no further hero shalt T. J. Denoen, brother sis- Spillman Is visiting her parents here. thy desolating waves bo stayed. Let and Miss Gertrudo, thu hundsomo It seems to bo tho very Irony of fate the rooster with his sharp ualls rake ter of tho bride. Tho brldo is ono of Mrs. Mary Jones chaperoned a party of that a pretentious building erected for the dry autumti leaves mountain high Kingsvlllo's most charming young la- young people to Pino Hill last Friday. dles and Is beloved by all, but most by Mrs. Jonas McKonzio is quite ill. a church by a sect of abstainers who on extravagance and corruption ! thoso who know her best. Tho groom Judge Lair was in town this week. Mr. called themselves Bible christians who FONTA1NK FOX BOllIllTT. is a young man who commands tho mo no meat and regarded the killing of F. L. Thompson, the polito drummer, of all who know him. He is now for Glazebrook Bros., was at hoico animals as sinful, In Philadelphia, The Black Diamond railroad seems Bhould now bo used by a firm of pork to bo a go betweeti Cynthlana and Do- a popular conductor ou tho Cincinnati Saturday. Mrs. Mary Smith waschos-e- u puckers and sausage makers. ver. Tho right of way has been ob- Southern. Only a few of thoir most president of tho W. C. T. U. at tho Tho Pullman company's rovenuo for tained, the lino surveyed and the con- intimate friends wero present on thq last meeting. Mrs. Dr. Lovell and Miss tho last tiscal year was almost $0,000,-00- tract to build tho lino has been execut- occasion. A delightful entertainment Kate Mooro aro attending .the Nasha decrease of more than a quarter ed. Cynthlana and Dover papers aro In the way of refreshments, wero serv- ville Fxpositlou. Miss Bessie Miller Wouldn't you tilled with congratulations. Tho young ed after the ceremony. of a million dollars. Nashville on Tuesday. Mr. couplu will leavo on tho noon train to- left for leave oven that behind IVicjs In 13711 there wero In tho whole coun- day for an Eastern honeymoon trip. Andrew Baker has been quite ill. Mr. Rubber Coat.- - Melntoshcs, Trunks nnd Ynlises. hato to dlo and Pullimit has done ? which produced They will take In Washington City, C. C. Davis conducted tho Christian as old man try 802 papur mills, Low. Tonus Cash. Fannlo O'Uannon, the yearly 317,0U7 tons of paper. Now Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York, prayer meeting Wednesday night. books away there aro 1,17a mills that produce daily Boston, Canada and return by Niagara girl who throw her school Falls. Kvery thing In this case was lit ought Banker MoKuight, who wrecked lhe and 'ran oft to Cincinnati,says sho eft (not annually) 111,000 tons of paper. to take this out of tho list of Lexington. She to pay this quarter's marrlago failures. Tho blessings of German National Bank at Louisville, back to It took $1,100,000 becauso her parents would not let her pensions In Keutucky. is on trial In lhe Federal court. D. M. C. all go with them. have company. DKMOCUATIC OF KENTUCKY. VOTEKS QUALIFICATIONS HUSTONVILLC. rt CRAB ORCHARD. li in my duty AND TUB LATK 1'OOIMIOL'HK STKAL. To the IMIlnr of the l.MUKloit ,loi iin.u.. It's All Over Now 11111 1 111-- . . "ln o to-wi- t: elei-frion- ds Finest -- Line 'I poor-hous- e, Men's, Boys & dren's Clothing 1 .. ...i.H WT&Temt 1 1 v 1 I G-LOB- E, A LARGE MAJORITY Iot ofthc ut ' I Are Crowding My Store . ! - j JACOB HUMMELSTBIN, ' build-i..,iii- i. i , F:;SS:;SS W $r V n' I ue nay, uacs, dim i w 8 I ' LOWEST MARKET PRICE. ,l.t il. 1 g Sell COAL Cheaper I I I well-sltuut-o- d, J 1 i. I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. I I i poor-hous- Fali-mon- METAL ROOFING. j d FLOORING, TiK-KI- SIDING, 1 1 ... j.i"i A.C.S1HBJ STANFORD, KY: i FINISH. ux-orcl- posl-ticke- Farm a,nd Yard Fence. WINDOW GLASS. hard-earne- d ! ji ' enter-tiinmet- it n, - DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. I I W. B. MOEIOBEB.TS. I I I thit I 0 i Fellow-citizen- :i 1 . to-da- y, 'Where to SendMy Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. es Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, ie-sp- 6ents Furnishing 6oods H. J. McROBERTS. 0, cou-spir- es tiifkftti iLt .- .-- i . . . .. I . , - ,.IIHM' . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Octoiujr29. W. P. WALTON. 1897 TVrMrtlXlto In iNTisuiOUJoURSAn tenders to tho Mr. Wattorson virtually very I l Ictlon prospest of Uindmun arc its si ceio 1 homo-democrac- il t.- - t. ' !... ritttAi.TniiiMinl of Tuesday y ! The will of tho Into Ocorgo M. l'ull-mlmft.lini mnn gives his two HOtlS 1111 illCOtllO of poor-- and , $3,000 per year for life, tu ;J0 man is an inconsiderable vote, f w-- -s this sect on of toMir could present a more sol id, front to a political foe than ours. Dt featwll soraoumwom the democrat 7rlcv f htS tatc. mu A ew MV , DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Ap iate Cl1k, S J. SHACKELFORD t " Circuit Judge, M. C. SA UFLEY. , " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " State Serator, - GEO. T. FARRIS. " Representative, - M. F. NORTH. " County Judge, - JAS. P. BAILEY. " Countu Clerk, - GEO. II. COOPER. County Attorned, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. " Sheriff; SAML. M. OWENS. " Jailer, GEO. W. DEIiORD. C. G. BAKER. " Assessor, WM. LANDGRAF. " Coroner, Supt. School, GARLAND SINGLETON Tlie nominees for Magistrates are: J. H. Raines, Stanford; W. D. Wallin, Crab OrT. chard; W. A Coffey, Huttonville; Brown, Waynesburg. The nominees for Constables are: Jf. Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K. Pettus, Crab OrcJiard; T. G. Nunnelley, Hustonrille; W F Clymer, Waynesburg. -- (I yj h VI t l 'T r fllf ' i ft U H ' hc il ifc i' Hi tJt m. 1 fftl Ml P o issue before the battle of the ballots j JOUR- begins, th sis the last INTERIOR With our own party thus united In Its make a bid. . NAL, wmen will ue reau Dy a majoruy Chicago's ctnei 01 pouce uvuuk nolicles. Its nurnoses and Its anil apbefore It Is fought and of Its patrons ill republicans from Ih tho., rc,)ubUcans divided, ' nolntn.l .. llko numberthe force who hill ' 11T all v mnlrn o .,.. ' lwAfrkA of niin Ui bUUlU UlU if nn trt ...iw Willi. j w.v. . .uisnearioneuuiiueuia.uv,. , , .' . ...,vlm,- ,i L ".. last appeal 10 mose who imu a !'" " ; otllces, nnd colleetorshlps, been uisenargea . of democracy In their breasts and who ivo n0 reU50n why we may not republican administration. e.vconvlcta by want to see our affairs administered fore(;a3t lho rcSult next Tucs- - ' Judge Richie holds that v .. .1.1n4klnt.1,v linn since Mill now lf1 nonest ami capuuiu mnuiuis, iu imu ui , Let all democrats, all men who .convicted before or us ior me iray aim mauu auuumur . went Into effect have no right Willi jjood government, honest and ceo- - stitutlon n ml iliMnnnrats claim this will to shoulder with us In the euort to nomleal home rule corao deccntly and r , . drive the unfaithful and incompetent kill nearly IHH) republican votes ln Lou- certainly to the party to tho last ditch of their destruc; isvillo alone. w ounj nnd th(j v,clo tlon. The record that tho republican . Huntor is hanging around so that in republicans stop and case Bailey wins ho can claim tho has made in the State and those party WILL decent counties where they havo gotten con- - consider who aro in the saddle now, or credit: but if Bailey loes, tho Gum- 2.. t nf wim is troi 01 me oiuces t. wriiiuu ...tl. fun.wl ' at least wuo aro trying 1.0 ui 111 ut UJ suixi iiiKir win hliindlv nnnounco that corruption. In our county, matters their once tolerably respectable party ? the campaign committee did not follow Ti'Vlinlv lOTt Oatll l.n..A Ksm.i ivnlnra fimm lflfl trt WnfNzrt . .YIIU ...til .V... MIIUIUI (nnnlnn vllV It. fa l.t.. TT..h...m'j nl.tif. u.l ... V .v. ..v... UUIU UttU fiVl"H ..J "".IMP, I1UIIIV1 O.W...V.W. . Bill HIVJ fnHtlinH ""1"" n heaped upon us, party Gov. Bradley, who repi esents tho Taxes have been tal, rep. havo been rewarded by direct pay-- 1 est wing of the party and who is trying Stato Inspector Lester's rejKirt on d mentoutof tho public treasury and in- -' ' to serve the State to the best of his tho management of tho competence and venality everywhere ability, is shelved to mako room for institute roasts Dr. Huff and the comappears. Let us chango this order of such adventurers and pretenders as missioners, the former for not dismissthings, democrats of whatever name j Hunter, Deboe, Todd and other such ing employes between whom improper vou wish to bo called, and by a tre- - cattle ? These men represent all that relations existed and the latter for mendous majority scourge the unfalth is mean, contemptible and low in poli- many dlrelections of duty. tico Tlmi' nni thn Hark lantern crowd. ful servants from tho temple. Hon. J. N. Saunders, of Springfield, Thn 1otnrw.i"itlf t rr it. nrfi-p- n t (! '...,. . ...... I.t nl nl nnnin tinil iitlnvvinrr a sound money democrat, spoke to lf above is all that any honest man could ' nothing, however disreputable, tostand peoplo at Stuart's Opera Uou&o last wish. It is composed of honest, capa- - n their way of success. Such men aro Tuesday night. Saunders Is a bright bio and worthy men, whoso pride it will nUw parading as tho head of the party fellow, but he is on a cold trail trying be, if elected, to lift the county from while Gov. Bradley, to whom tho party to convert the mountain peoplo to Cou- Corbln News. tho slough into which it has been m this State owes every thing, inelud-drawThey are good men. they arc jn, tho victories of the last two elec-tru- o It pains us to oberve that tho admen and as a whole aro as much tlons, is left in the back ground, Ills ministration is dally becoming obnoxabove tho republican layout as the stars only offense being thut he declined to ious to the sound money are above the canh. Vote for them, assist in the election of such a man as simply because it deprives them of the work for them and victory will perch jiiuntcr to the U. S. Senate or to be a privilege of holding on to the offices upon our bannors. party to tho many dark transactions which Mr. Cleveland bestowed upon and in tho thnt wero enacted at Frankfort. Not a them. We wero all along Informed Stamp under the rooster .. . square enclosing him and that will in speaker of the measly crew that was that tho sound money democrats were sure your vote to be counted for the here the other night had a word to say actuated by tho most lofty motives. full democratic ticket from appellate of Gov. Bradley's administration, Washington Post. for clerk to constable. or a word of commendation Told . whatever. Whyisthib? Simply It has been proved that Parker, tho him, Gov. Bradley has stood in the because populist nominee for appellate clerk, is j The Cunard lines Catalonia took off way of the consummation of their methsimply a "decoy duck" in the present In mid ods, being the one man in the board of tho crow of a sinking Bhlp race; his candidacy being purely in the sinking fund commissioners who hus ocean. Rock-vlllInterest of Bailey, with whom doubtA young child of Caleb Ross, of dared to do right regardless of party, less he has made a dicker for tho didied from eating too much lnd., in tho chair contract matter and others, vision of tho spoils. At Murray when and to punish tho guilty no matter popcorn. i tho worthies met in their A drunken man in New Jersey shot or relatue. uo spoken,! whether he is friend joint debate, after Parker and killed two men and fatally woundrepublicans .. Paducah tho old line S. K. Taylor, a If not let us ed another. new masters populist, read a letter from K. J. '.of their The manager of the Keeloy Institute havo a now deal and a vindication of Hampton, chairman of tho State Re- by a ,,,1 man who is trying to u...i,. by tho at Kansas City, Kan., was killed publican Executive Committee, to a tho . jealous husband. of ne o leading republican of Murray, telling interest, tho Many peoplo lost their lives and ce-- lty their Interests. him that ho had arranged the a.h.1. thousands were rendered homeless by for that place, feeling confident that it. democrats havo been requisite floods In Japan. thb would' do the republican candidate, to cvcry trust," said Senator Deboe Officers killed five Indian lawbreakBreathitt, great good for circuit clerk, )ierethe other night, thereby awk ward-a- s ers in Colorado and a general uprising Parker is for him and is fighting de- - y complimenting those, whom he of Utes is feared. mocracy from tho shouluer. He showed ,joubtle8s wished to condemn. He was While cutting down a tree near Glasthat Parker is in the pay of tho Mark trying to say "recreant" doubtless, but gow a large limb foil on James Helm, Hanna crowd, and indignation was de- - a who BPcaks of dead corpses and breaking his neck. pictcd on every countenance as Taylor , goeB t0 6leep and 8n0rcs in tho Senato Miss Mary Kolley Burns, a proceeucu iurtner to snow tno uupuci Is liable to use any kind of word, when young lady of 10, committed ty of Parker, who sneaked out of town he attempts to address an audience. suicide ac Cynthlana. and made no response. The wholo Fortuuately most of his hearers arc as Famlno and a mysterious disease aro ship's crew is fighting Shackelford, Ignorant as he Is and do no realize his thinning tho ranks of prospectors at from Hlndman up, but tho democrats rawest breaks. Dawson, at a rapid rate. are onto tho racket and will triumphMiss May Franklin,' of Williams, O., antly elect him In spite of republican-populi"Tin: Day's News Sketched," is a distressed over the death of her mothcoalition, othor seekers after new feature of tho Louisville Commer- er has become a raving maniac. cial, which is a decidedly interesting the llesh pots and the devil. Greenberry Lewis celebrated ills 07th ' one. In It tho general, Stato and lo- - birthday anniversary in Woodford Senator Teller, in a letter, fore- - ...I n,...ja la tnlrl In tihnrl.. oi'iHI) Tiara-- county. He is still halo and hearty. ... ....-- j . n vv. I ,.4. i . y casts tho absorption of tho republican graphs, which saves tho hurried Aunt Nancy Daniels, a by tho gold democrats. Tho Sen- - er from wadinff through columns to get woman, died at Sacramento, ator la mistaken. The reverse of tho what j8 given jn a few words. Keep It colored advanced ago of 111) years proposition seems more certain of con- -' UJ)( entieincn. it is u monstrous labor Cal., at tho A Hamilton, O., child swallowed a Look at Bourke Cochrun 9avcl. for your country cousins of tho summation. campaign button and died from tho efand many of the erstwhile democratic quill. fects. It triust havo been a republican leaders. Gone entirely over to tho en-- 1 , emy, Cochran now making speeches Sn button. A man was aphyxiated In a well near Is always , for Tracy In New York. It who wont ropubUcan b "J" Derby, Kan., and a woman met a simi-to because when a man starts to the management, National, Stato and him, fell In and search for gait. It devil ho goes at a which is an earnest appeal to the lar fate. be remembered that this W0l.thy j ty, honcdt yeomanry to say by the! Jeff Strange, of Rochester, this hauled around tho country to mako votes next Tuesday that thoy aro tired State, was mashed to death by a horso sneeches for Palmer aud Bucknor, nf It. nnd doalrn n. return to democratic ho was wonuugon That was his first stop downward. The honesty and an economical auministra-- j falling on hlrn whllo feet. . the unluial's tion of governmental affairs. next was natural and easy. . I . A t miTrtfTnit JVL.1MUUUU been unceremoniously snubbed by tho very men who have achieved place and nromlnence only by his industry and ability. The loud and noisy demonstra tion on our streets Tuesday night was but a glare of horns over tho discomfiture of Bradley. Dcboo and Hunter became jealous of his strength und influence with his party and began to corral tho worst elements of their par-- , tv to accomplish his overthrow. But, thn better element remains with tho .....- - inj ' will . r. .n aVinll .....vj nnn mnto Governor UI1U nrnUQ liiii.avi. i.vUUin &IIOO nuouu.t hnin ww w.w tv, ,wnn, nf tO tllO county ticket at the approaching V u art, united on those common to all democrats. jNo, divisions or dissensions are in our rank . There arc no faint hearts in on alignment. There are no grievan- ccs to avenge. There are no nates to "TO placate. There are neither jrrutnblci s nor backbiters. CKUTIKIKU copy of tho record sent On the other hand the republicans ug fpom i?ockcasti0 shows that D. V. must of necessity feel tho weight of an- - yjetlnirum, who Is tho republican disappointment. They have jj(ate for e0unty judgo, has been to tho rear the man who organiz- - jot0(j for Cvory orime in tho catalogue cd their forces and led them to their from fornication to adultery and grand d shrub first and most memorable victory. jnrcony. Ho is a Bradley, who has attempted to give fojtobo ,)rcsclUoa for olllce. Vote for tho State an honest auminisiriiuuu, mis ynu,ltn9 men uuu i.uu tn,a 01 panics i.;i... -- u puei occasionally nous. Hut It uocs noi. lio w thin the compass of the power or to the republicans .nu.nJntfifnnnnf Zl sq f ftr lho u.lal Tho numbop Qf load.1 ed from the Uuuhoii river In the terrl- ver issue with Mr. Bryan In the indlfforont to the We wreck on tho N. Y. Central last , hJon And tod8! ..In either Sunday, has reached 110. nmlQ tliemsolvcs A pa890nKor lril, otl lho Norfolk .t resnonslble for the movement will go Western railroad was wrecked near , nn fnrthni. " Tlilrtls u surrender In WnWi. W. Vk. KniMncor A. J. Movo ... "" edi- - was killed. No passengers were hurt. advance and shows that the Thompson Llaincs, a Negro bruto of Ihvj seen tho hiuiuwriunjr on ,i.n tor ...i,i..h op Seymour, Iml.j Is wanted for attemptThe posed the nomination of nimlman still ing to out his wife's throat when sho refused to get up and cook alter child thlnks k a mistake, though it has I in, a ml six vn tlint birth. Pron ly suppo rted cashier, of Harry A. Mr. ShaeWcford will bo elected by tho Atlanta, Ga., charged with tho embez' ocal Influence of the fortfetfulncss of tho Frankfort platroun zlement of $71,000, is a fugitive from justice. Ho Is believed to bo In South ,ini1 Mr- (jf . tcv T it will aw people wore killed by railroad ln Induimi' 0f ihls nmnhov only u; r.ni WHO ? WHEN ? HA SJl WHERE ? Whoever saw these values equaled ? When did they ever sec them cquoled ? Where did they ever see them equaled ? Three strong questions simply asked to emphasize the jjooJs here adver tised. .. .,,,,.., fit-e- Cas-sin-, ex-ban- k Africa. can-tlclpat- in-se- nt I sweet-scente- POLITICS Gov. James B. McCrcary willaddrets a democratic rally at Taylorsvllle to- ililv'. ; J I Councilman Koschc, republican, has brought suit for $5,000 damages, alleging that Mayor Todd, of Louisville, stated that he (Uoscbc) could bo bought. President McKlnley has yielded to of tho lire,.. the pre,s and tho Lnlon la . tii l.n ntlnnnn llllLll I li ClllC BIUU una uvxii ln. io. ..Jwi ,...,t. ,. stlll-bous- cs J 1 I ' Jrt I - I 1 ! ,, J .l-l- f ! 1 ..f , to that the largest line of across Min oTS es. This is capes ever in Stanford. Each and cvery one brand new, up to date Blouse and plaited backs Si to $10. Don't fail to give us a a loug tlmo. goods. About 1,000 men will be given employ- call before you buy. ment in the work Yellow fever show no signs of abatement it Now Orleans, Wednesday's record betnir 11 deaths and 52 new eases. Thero were three deaths at Mobile and two at Mcmpcts. Tho coast towns of Mississippi contleue to reort largo A.IUUHANSKY A CO , PnoriiiKroR. numbers of now eases. n T. D. KAXEY, Makaokh. raged In ColoA severe rado Tuesday. Great damago was done Pari, Cnrllslo, Mt. Sterling, llnriistown, Liiwrcnccbtirg, ('yntlilnnn, Versailles, Emiin Denver by the snow, miles of wire nence, Georgetown, Klitabcthtown, Frankfort, anil .Mnuclcport, lnd. being prostrated. Itailroads aro suffering greatly and many linos aro In Western Nebraska blockaJcd. there is snow and sleet. , of tho asylum, met death in a horri- POPULAR PRICES ! The influence of low prices and honest val ble manner. He had a lit and fell into ues asserts itself very readily when you visit our store. A big asa tub of slop headforemost and was sortment of Dress, Goods at the popular prices. 29 inch all wool drowned. Slgmund Vogel, alias W. G. Flor- Suitings at 35c. ch all wool worsted diagonal in black at 40c. ence, alias Frof. Sam Wilder, was arch all wool Serge in blue and blacks at 25c. 36 inch all wool rested at Lexington for using the malls ladies' cloth at 25c in blue, red, black and brown. Ladies' and chilfor Immoral purjioscs by tho clover d dren's knit underwear. Union suits at 50c, full size and neatly work of a woman detective. Frank Hines. of Princeton, N. J., with tape and pearl buttons. Children's clastic ribbed pant was bitten bv a (loir nnd thinking that and vests at 20c per Suit and advancing according to sizes. Chilthe ciuilno was mad and thnt he might dren's scarlet wool Merino vests and pants at 25c each. have hydrophobia, ho drank sulnciont carbolic acid to kill him. MEN'S CLOTHING. Our specials in men's clothing last week Joe Littoral, a Bushville, lnd., bruto, proved a great triumph and we arc still offering the same S4, $6.50 shot at his little daughters when they worried him by singing. Ho had been and $S. 50 Suit bargains until they arc ill gone. on a spree and fortunately his aim was LADIES' JACKETS AND CAPES. New Jackets for children, unsteady and the load went wide of its mark. misses and ladies in fly fronts and blouses at $ 1.50 to $ 12. Wc beThe Great Northern Hallway has let lieve it be an indisputable fact wc have Hop-klnsvll- lo Walter Hahn, an inrnato Complete Stoek, New Styles, 36-in36-in- fin-she- See t 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. snow-atori- 1 hon-me- . Middlebiirg, Casey Co A . feeble-minde- n. rier-Journalc- y. ( i I - ,, delightful social was given by Mrs John Wesley In honor of Cornelius and Harvey Royalty, of Washington county. A good crowd was present and enjoyed themselves very much. Very few rails from this neck went A good to hear Denny at Liberty. crowd was present to hear tho "jedgo" but all in all the speech was not what the rails expected of such a gun as George Uonny. A few more such speeches as Denny and Finlcy made In this county, and Casey would be in line. Green River Is lower than it was liver known, only a stagnant pool hero and there, except a large pool at the mill. Several schools in the Southern part of this county and Russell havo Expert Glass Cutters. Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAiC & HOOKER. W5EZE&&5E5M1ZA UtlDGRCAKinG IIV News Briefly e, i well-know- n ii ed nu.i,,,,,,, .- ' ",,,, well-connect- st read-part- well-know- n ! T TT VVZa I two-mlnu- to been closed on account of no water. Prof. W. S. Ford was In tho Bethel vicinity Saturday in the interest of his school. And here comes another. The rads have had Judge Vincent Borelng of London, to mako seven speeches in the county tills week, und II. W. Aaron is Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, also scouring the county In tho interest Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. of the county ticket. Ho comes from Jamestown and is the republican nomiSquare, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se nee for Commonwealth's attorney and Is running against the Hon. Nobody. TT I N73;IfsVHBKr ' I Chairman W. P. Kceney is confined to his room with rheumatism. McD. w s --: 2- ; in 3 ST 3 SCO o Royalty is at the bedside of his sick a. e 5" o r - 2 n n 2 c father, Kmolick Royalty. Jason Cofn 3 S 3 SB? o n JL P Ul srS S fey will spend the winter in Florida. X,'5 3 r 2 S 9? a MUs Lena Klmbell, of Russell Springs, n . g o a m, ' JZ3 CD 2. 3 P g passed through this city Saturday S "1 rr o a di in n n s Ul r Uov. F. S. to Washington City. r in a s Creech preached at tho M. R. church tr Q n 3 o 3 9 3 in Sunday. Dr. J. S. Wesley has returnSL n 3 "2 D. 3 ed from Louisville. Mrs. I. S. Wesley o po 3 s 5' o o o n o Bin has returned from Frankfort. Mack . cr c c c -o rV eT Humphrey, of Liberty, wus In town r u 3 3 r U) Thursday. V. R. Colemrn will bo at rr 3a homo to vote. Mrs. W. I. Gann, who CTQ is visiting at Nashville, will return -homo this week. P. Clayton and W. S. Sharp, of J. Russell, tho democratic and republican nominees for representative, spoko at the opera house at Yosemlto last Thursday night on which was tho best qualified to represent us .it Frankfort. Headed by U. S. MOOEI,, HO. 30,353. Sharp can't speak at all. Clayton is a Pon of Klovor'd Model, No. 50,710, tho greatest UrooUIni; ho' IIvIiil', and Hl'NDI.KY'S fine looking young man of 21tand is a OliAUDK, No. 15,601, boh of tho World'w Columbian Champion, ClnuoV, No. 11,007, I'Ine, A fow hIiow gllt-- j old ciiough to breed, and brednowH toppy youii; hours ready lino orator and feels confident that the UHiiecfalty, for Hale, Thisfor Hurvlco. ss stock ! strlvtly In overv rospoct, with voters will keep Sharp at homo where pedlfjrecH. I'rlces rcawiiablo und HatNfactlon guaranteed. Wrltojour wauU..,r coinu nnd ho belongs. It would be a disgraco to boo mv hogs. Jersey Cows for A f5w fresh sale Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth lekln Duck Casey county to let such a man as Errs, 61 for 1!1. A. K. HUNDLKV, Itox 105, Danville, Ky. Sharp represent it. Hon. Georgo T. Farris, our standard bearer for Stato Senator, wau"presont. Ho made a short but pithy speech of one minute and tho meeting terminated into an old fashion democratic lovo feast with loud und continued applause of "Hurrah for Farris." Hon. B. B. King was in our section last weok 'lectioneering. Ho gave a certain democrat a card with IsJ Receiving his his name on it and tho ofllco which ho was seeking. The democrat replied thut that was a h- -1 of a sign to see "two becB and a King." King will carry Casey by probably 200. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. J. C. MCLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. -- ? -- on-rou- te n 0 r il i r- 31 ace 3" o -- - -- o flirjn Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. llrst-clato -- H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR FALL f AND f WINTER f GOODS. u t r & J . ""f" TT " "V" iT '' .ann)ni1ljiiii;iiiiT 1 mntlmiiturknummmn,f)mim-mw'r'Wrlmim- tre! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 81,000 to loan on at this olllco. real estate, Inquire Ni:v china novelties nt Danka LuaoiNS. Host quality at Craig & ss Stani'okd, K.y, Octoiikk 29, 1897 the 12. Don't forget tho entertainment at Ilockcr'a. eollego this afternoon. r STOCK C. Walton, V. R.C. writes: Elmer LUAVnoutthe profanity and vulgar Allen, colored, win given two years in , l'KKScmPTlONS tiro tilled right and ' at right prices at l'cnny'H Drug Store. Ity and what would George Denny's tho pen for attempted rapo on Anna Bpeeehes amount to? Nit. Norrls, white, uged lfi. SOMBRSBT. must be reduced. Special inducements to cash buyers. Cotno and Pence ithixi;s3 Managim!. see. Mark Hardin. Sni: Cabbcll Owens if you need first-clabrick at a reasonable price. fc Greening. PERSONALS. Mil. GnoitUK U. Wkaukn went to Cincinnati Tuesday. V. II. IJltADV was In Louisville thl week huvlnir goods. Dus. J. G. CAM'KNTKH and Stoe lu Dallcy went to Xanhvillo Tuewlay. Missks Fannii: Shanks and Dolllo Mellohorta went to Loulsvlllo Wodneb-daMiiS. y. non, Is Hi:ni:dict Spalding, or Lebavisiting her father, Col. T. I1. Hill. MISSIS llA AND ANNIKMcCOI-LUM- , of Klchnioiid, 1 1 leo. aru guests of Mrs. Win. Mo beauty, Kills. on Miss Maky Williams, a Huston In tho gtiuat of tho M laseri Mks. Matth: Duncan, of Garrard, her return from Nashville, Is vlblt , ' v. M. Mlt. Joskpii Swoi'tland family, who Waynosburg, Saturday, October .'50th, have spent soxoral years In Inilianupo tit 1 p. M. Us are visiting their many friends in All voters aro cordially invited. thU countv, prior to moving W . How wVotk. The bust way to do Mlt. A. C. SINK has received letters m is to mark in the square in which patent for his "Quick Change Money the rooster appears on the ballot, and Drawer," which ho recently invented, that will take in all the democratic canand Is now fairly on tho road to wealth didates, but If you will scratch and do and fame. not know how, ask the election ollicors Mils. 1'kahl Hkkd, who was Miss to explain to you. Tin law makes It White, orders her paper to It" E. Main, their duty to do so. Lexington, adding: "I had much rath'21 Yi:aks. The court of appeals afer miss my dinner than the iNTKinoit firms tho decision of the Garrard cir .101 ItNAL." Mlt. M. S. I'byton has returned from cuit court, fixing the punishment of IxHilsuIle, where he went after his sin- James Tudor, implicated in tho killing 21 ter, Miss Sis l'eyton, whoso health had of Sebastian, at years. This result, however, after tho principals in tho .in down. She Is now at J. Steolo killing had been acquitted, seems a sort CarjH? titer's and improving. of a parody on justice. MP'S MlNNlts McCLAiN, who made lioits nf frluiuls while on a visit to tho SoMi: of our esteemed critics aro MIsces Owsley at Walnut Flat, left for siiytng that wo quoted Shakespeare inher home at Lebanon, Tumi., yester- correctly in our last ibsue when wo day, leaving many regretful hoat U. printed that "comparisons are odorous," Miss Iiia TwimVKLL, who was down claiming that it should bo odious. A from Ilustonvlllo Tuesday, nccomnn-ie- d reference to "Much Ado About Nothby Judgo J. Deecher Adams, told ing," Act IV, Scene fl, in which Dogus that water was so scarce there that berry and Verges ongago in conversashe had to pay $.'1 for eight barrels. tion, will show that we are as usual, C. S. NlKLi), of tho North Jelllco right. Coal Co. at Grays, was on Tuesday's UNTRUi:. jSIrs. Sue Holmes, who train and told us that he had succeeded was hero yesterday, says it is untruo In settling the strike at his mines, that her bid for tho pauiers In 1802 which have been shut down for four was higher than Mr. Wells'. It was months, and tho men had returned to $10 lower on adults and $f on children, work. sho says. Wo hear further that DawHon. F. I Comiibst, Judgo J. D. Helden and Dr. O. II. Mclloberts, of son promised Chadwiek his vote, after Casey, attended tho republican speak- ho was turned down by tho democrats ing here Tuesday. Tho llrst named Is last spring, and the reason so fow peonow, Is president of the telephone lino botween ple aro sent to tho that Mr. Chadwiek docs not want any McKinney and Liberty and has been having some much needed repairing but thoso who can work on tho farm. which his bid for tho paupers is alono done. Mil Wood Walki:k, of Garrard, to get. - "! who was married in Enlleld, HI., to TUB variety entertainment for tho Miss Sallio May, arrived with his brido benefit of tho Stanford Public School, yesterday. Ilia ulsters, Misses Jano colored, which will occur at Walton's and Mattlo Walker, and brother, Ed Opera Houso will consist of Walker, who wjnt to see tho knot tied, singing, in solos, duets, quartettes and also returned. Mr. John Walker, of choruses; waiter and broom drills, and this place, took tho party homo from ending with a "cako walk" with con tho train. testing couples from Danville, Lancaster, Crab Orchard and Stanford. It HOME NEWS, will bo well worth tho small admission of 25 cts. and as it is for a good can so AllKyou watching Danka' window? tho managers hopo' tho white people, LOADr.DBhellsallslzes at Craig fc for whom seats have been reserved, Hoekor's. T will patronizo it liberally. Pcm: country Sorghmc at Warren Tin: republicans claim to have $3,000 & Shanks'. In the treasury. How did they get it ? HlGHKST market price paid for but- Simply by Increasing the tax in tho county to pay back to the banks tho ter at Warren & Shanks'. amount of their taxes paid under proA tT.W Gold Dust Hangos left at cost test. Tho monoy was collected undor for cash. Warren & Shanks. promise that It should be rofunded to Loaded shells and hunter's supplies thu banks If tho decision of tho courts at tho lowest prices. V. 13. MoRob- - of last resort Is in their favor. Tho case is now pending in tho Supremo orts. Court of tho United States with tho Goshkn. Hons. 11. C. Warron and probability that It will decldo that tho J. S. Owsloy, Jr., will speak at Goshon aro exempt from local 7 Knox-Villi?, m m per. Ing Mrs. S. W. Glvons. Mlt. Jkssk G. SwkkNUY, of Lancub-tc- r, wont to Adair yesterday to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mas. ANNli: Lasm:y and Miss Sue Lnsloy were registered at the Jsash-vlll- o Centennial Tuesday. Jl'iKJKlI. H. Camnitz, jH)8ttnotter at UiiHtonvlUe, and his pretty daughter, Miss Kdna, were here Wednesday. Dlt. A. S. I'uich and Wallace W. Withers left for Cincinnati yesterday via Louisville, and had delightful company to the latter city. Mils. Li'CY Simpson returned Wed nesday from u visit to hor niece, Mlrs Verbena Dawson, at Midway, who is attending uollugu there. Mils. GU8 HOFMANN, Mrs. E. G. Dick, and Mines Margaret Kuchauaii and Mollle Drooka wont to tho Nashville K.K)Bltlon, Tuesday night. Mils. Eliza 1'oktman loft yesterday for Mt. Sterling to make her homo with her daughter, Mrs. II. H. Bright, to the regret ol hor many friends. Mlt. Wallaci: W. Waltkii Is out after a hard solgo with typhoid fever. Ills vocal organs somehow became Involved and hu can speak only in a whis- Gi:i:h it Looan aro oponlng up In oOMB of the republicans are circulalargo shape on Lancasterstreet. They ting a report that I nm going to scratch will servo oysters and keep confection my ticket, so plcabo give It a blackeyo eries nnd light groceries. in your.columns. Tho rooster will do my scratching. John W. Bright, HubLitiHT local showers wore promised ble. for last night and It looked very much - Tuhkbys. J. K. Christian A; Bro. like they would cotno when this para gragh was written. "Fair, cooler Frl- - will slaughter turkeys In Stanford and wish to buy 2."),000, for which they or dav." !. their agents, will pay tho highest I AM agent for tho Kentucky Grow price. They will be ready for businesB era Fire Insurance Co., the cheapest Nov. S. and best. If you think of Insuring, don't fail to get my rates. Harry C. It was J. II. Carter and not J. M. li'iughman. who has made 30 barrels of brandy this NOTICK. All persons having claims season. Tho former is a distiller, tho against tho estate of the late Green latter represents this great governberry Bright will present them to the ment's interests with that class of manexecutors at tho Farmers Bank by De- ufacturers. cember 1, 18U7, or thoy will be barred. FlliB destroyed two barns belonging toW. G. Routt near Milldegovlllo at son of Rob 0 Bkn, tho o'clock a. M. yesterday. One of thorn ertG. Martin, of tho Turncrsvlllo sec contained his crop of tobacco, valued at tion, died a fow days ago of blood pols and the onlng caused by white swelling and $800, of tho other corn, hay, etc. Tho origin lire is unknown and the was burled In tho Campbell burying amount of Insurance, if any, is small. ground. m m nine-year-old FOLici: J udoi:. -- That's what J. Beechor Adams is at Ilustonvlllo now. no was appointed oy now uradley on 1110 rcaommcnoatlon of the city coun cil of his town, and was down Tuesday to take the oath. Jl'IKJK WILLIS IlAItNKTTnSkS US Election Nbws. tells that tho Western Union will Mr. Joe S. Rice send tho news of tho election, Statoand New York and other points to him Tuesday night and thoo who wish to hear it can do so for a small admittance fee to the passenger station that night. IT Is understood tO that he would not volo tho full demo ernor Bradleys's recently appointed emtio ticket is u falsifier of tho mean superintendent of tho Lexington Inest kind. Ho will stamp as ho always sane Asylum, has choson a new matron to succeed Mrs. Laura Moore, of Crab does under tho rooster. Orchard, who was appointed by Dr. Bon Pitman, a Negro, was taken to Scott. The now matron, it is said, will Louisville by Deputy Sheriff R. M. be Mrs. Bettle Ruth, of Harrodsburg. New land Wednesday to answer a charge TUB colored brother is not going to of stealing two watches from Mollle vote this time as much like sheep go as Williams, nlso colored. Eb Lawt-oar formerly. Ho has learned or many of rostcd him in Lancaster Monday. him has, who his real friends aro and Spi:akino. Judgo M. C. Saultey and It will tako mlglity little persuasion to get him to vote the democratic ticket. othur candidates will speak at: Maywood, Friday, Oct. L'Oth, 1 p. M. A number of colored men have told us Ottonhelm, Friday, October 20th, at voluntarily thoy aro going to vote with us this time. says he had no idea what Uisreputablo remark had been charged to him until ho asked an explanation nnd then ho was utterly surprised. On his honor as a gentleman, ho avers that he never made tho remark and ho oilers to give $20 to each and every person who will make oath that ho heard him do o. Wo have always had a high opinion of Mr. King and could hardly tho statement that ho had so far forgotten his gentlemanly bearing as to use lnnguago only lit for tho gutter snipe, even If was charged on apparbe-lio- say that whoever started tho report that Dr. Wiley, Gov and not henrd. "I bud 'just went' t my room to sleep, feeling tired and worn out from tho seven speeches I had made said Nominco Bailey, i his ungrammntical way, when he was presented, "but an enthusiastic republican friend would have mo speak a few words to this splendid audience that has greeted us." Mr. Bailey was sulTorlng from a boil on the tip end of his nose and feet in no condition to discuss tho great questions of tho hour. Ho told of his almost suporhumnu efforts to get Mr. Shackelford to meet him on tho stump, but of his failure to do so, no doubt trying to impress the crowd with tho fact that ho was bad medicino in tho democratic nominee's eyes. "If Mr. Shnckelford hasn't the money to canvass tho State I'll borrow It for him," said ho. "All I want is for him to meet me." Tho next speaker in order was Hon. John Henry Wilson, of Barbourvtlle, who after telling that ho was a Lincoln county product, said: "You want to vote the straight republican ticket. It is just as impor tnnt to carry Kentucky now as it has been for the last two years when wo were each time victorious. Bryan and that man Bailey from Texas and J. C. S. Blackburn tell you tho democrats aro going to sweep this old Stato this year and if thoy do tlwy may succeed again and again, so you want to stop them right now. I want to say right hero that I am eternally opposed to the civil service law" and turning to tho Boss said, "I believe my friend Davison will use his efforts to kill tho foolish law when the opportunity presents Itself." The best was saved for the last so Senator W. J. Deboe was tho desert of the occasion. Ho was Introduced as tho first republican Senator Kentucky ever had, while tho crowd wondered why the devil a better man was not selected. He abused the free silver democrats for tho hard times, eulogized Cleveland, Carlisle, & Co., threw bouquets at tho boltocrats, or sound money democrats, as he called them and spoke of President McKlnley as Bill as pat as though they had studied from the same Ixjok at tchool. Ho didn't say any ," 3 MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Notions, &c. Dry-Goods- , Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. Goods sold on time but one iSTo Low Cash Price To ALL. Where you have more than one quality of dered, and when we do not specify the maker, N. U. any drug or- fhmjs Send tifte Besfe. That is the way our orJer3 to vn ilels-.-- ; retd and that's why your prescriptions are always propeily filled here. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i PrudentPurchaserS i w, COMB m u m rv ri&t ?.i (jg Didn't Say It. Hon. B. 13. King thing about "dead corpses," but insisted that the democrats when in power were "requisite to thoir trusts." Tho show was very much of the pantomimic order and if anything was said or done by the aggregation that will help elect Bailey or any other republican or turncoat, it must have been done after the gentlemen were assigned to Jthcir rooms at the St. Asaph. M p-- & M Gi? Jr.? K ' Should always seek to obtain true values. They should therefore be very cautious to not get something 'Must as good" - but buy what vou know is good. Our motto is highest values at lowest prices. You can count on finding what we ad- vertise at our store and at prices advertised no misrepresentations. 'W-K'S . i ill (jg m i& PS ffl rn, i FARM AND TRADE. Dr. Hugh Reid sold to an Ohio man 30 cattle, 1,000 pounds average, at .'1.70. M. J. Farris bought of E. W. Leo 400 barrels of corn at $2.10 delivered. Ad vocate. 10C cattle of 1,000 pounds, and 2,000 bales of hay for stile. Josh Jones, Stanford. G. L. Martin, of Bowcn, 111.,- bought 400 cattle at 2.40 to 2i in Adnir and shipped them home. d of P. P. Nunnelloy sold a butcher nnd feeding cattle in Cincinnati Monday at 3 to 3.M). A Montgomery county farmer has a cherry tree that has bloomed tcven times this year, and is now in bloom. An old red cow came to my plaio somo time ago. Owner will please call and get her. Thomns Best, Milledge-vlllcar-loae. ta tie goocis people want , , want. ...'.. - m fts j$ at prices the people fe SEVERANCE J & Drv Goods, Clothinir and shoes. o SOVS. I i i aR $2 is? (jnttrairt-- T ratfwra6:ir-5&2- t 'r,;v'r'rvci'2..-w- es ently good authority. The Best Spbakino Rowland. Fully lo0 Ieoplo crowded Into Cyclono Hall at Rowland Wednesday night to hear Judge M. C. Sautloy sxak. Ho is tho most magnetic orator in this section and never falls to enthuso his hearers and give them food for thought. His Wed nesday nignt's effort was no exception to this rule and oven tho republicans who heard him were made to halt and consider by his eloquence and logic. He was liberally applauded through out and at tho conclusion many congratulated him and bade him God speed In his race for circuit judge. Hon. Harvey Helm followed Judgo Sautloy In a talk. well-time- d at Disc Drill BEST s MADE & Co.s 2:0."), I.lcs Don't Go. Messrs. II K. Wearcn & Son. Stanfonl Gentluinvn: In reply to your letter will Miy that tho Kentucky I'Ne Drill ttiuuK strictly on It merits; tho milkers fight Guinette, James A. Murphy's Gam-bot- their law milts In court and not In tho Miners ami no purclmsor of this drill need tear any Al-- o real merit when their lo Wilko's gelding paced a mllo In legal entanglement. peoplethat other drills must Wo deficient Inprotection. Yours, Ilren-n.- in ,unrauteo Into buvIiiR them. makers eck to scare poor-hous- e, II m to-nig- Is no mistake a!out this mnchluo being Earmers can seo for themselves. made last Friday. A special train of IS cars of cattle wero bhipped from Richmond Saturday. J. W. Bales sent 10 to Chicago and Wagers fc Cohen tho rest to Cincinnati, They wero bought nt 3 to 3c and were light feeders. There were 7o0 cattle on tho Winmany left chester market Tub Rads Rally. The republican unsold, says the Monday and Somo fair Democrat. rally, which had been advertised ex feeders, 000 to 1,000 pounds, brought tenslvely in this and adjoining coun- 4ic; somo plain heavy oxen wero sold steers 3 cts; ties, brought a big crowd to town Thes at 3c; a lot of cows, weight 1,000 lbs to 2 to 2: hogs Wo aro making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear onrpn'3 day night to hear tho "big guns" who and mule colts $20 to $30. prices yon will then know wo mean to sell tho goods. Onr aim in mnking these unwere touring tho Stato in a special 3, precedented prices is to reach out and furnish onr adloidlng counties, which fnct has train in tho interest of tho republican RELIGIOUS. always proven itself wliero n customer favored us with a call. Wc aro hero for buF. nominee for appellate clerk. Tho Ne iness, quick sales and small profits. gro was greatly In tho majority on tho Eld. C. K. Marshall, of Harrodsburg, occasion and his freouent yells for will exchange pulpits with Eld. J. T. Sharrard Sunday next. Elder. Mar" "sound money," "give me the gold shall Is an eloquent preacher and ho Branch Store at flustonville, II. 3i. (Jumnitz, Manager. and such marred to somo extent should havo a lareo hearing. tho llttlo that was said by tho great men Joseph Upthegrove and Miss Addie who spoke during the evening. Tho L. Honsly, both of tho KIngsville sectrain was lato In arriving and it was tion, were married at McKinney yesconsiderably after 8 o'clock when Boss terday. Davison, acting as master of ceremonies, introduced Judgo George Denny, Royal Biakea the food pare, of Loxlngton, who immediately launch wholesome and delicious. ed into tho monoy question and for an hour wont over tho old song which is so familiar to those of tho audience who had heard tho llttlo republican double-geared. equaling John R. Gentry's time Western Agricultural Works. Louisville. Sept.-- 1. Mull's wont work. There B. K. WEAREN & SON. Furniture, Carpets. Wall Paper, MA TTING. 900-pou- del-lar- W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. ill i. stumpers of last year. Fortunately no white ladies were present as tho anecdotes ho told wero almost too tough for mon to hear and tho better element was glad when his time was up. Twlco tm POWDER in his speech ho asked pardon for taking up so much time, saying "there arc other' distinguished gentlemen to address you." Gum Shoo Hunter was next introduced. Ho told his hearers that ho was satisfied of great success Absolutely Pure this year, but that it was best for every votor to bo on band at tho Klla and "sump his ballot In tho front yard." ROVAl IMIhO POUrOCR CO., HtW YORK. banks taxation He Insisted that this was a republican Friday, at 7 o'clock. Tho Superior is the Genuine Disc Drill. Has been law. Then tho $2,- - year and that tho great party would carunder tho Hewitt Tim Itrst Is alwavs Imitated. All other Disc Drills aro an experiment and an In-- f testod and elves satisfaction. payablo 600 or $3,000 surplus will bo turned in ry everything beforo it on Tuesday the U. A Lost express monoy order, nrcment on tho Superior. Suit has been entered InbuvlnC. S. Court against one . com b .' vet1l-:i- t .,o.,, ... before n M flnrftir. T.pnVQ at INTERIOR JOUR to tho treasuries of tho banks and tho next. His Bpecch was less than five a pany lor iiiumfttun..... Pnvmnra. . In 's Get you rSlmves and Haircuts at NAL olllco and got reward. W. W.J people will bo left with the bag to hold mtnntna loner and It was evident that Harbor Shop. He Is the slickest ami & ' Godfrey is being taken along to bo seen best harbor in Crab Orchard, Ky. 60 as usual. Walter to-nigthor-niiVhiv Word To Vou. Dluko-moro- ...i HIGGINS 7VTKINNEY. ' 'A I N i t ; , r r,? - 'pft'".tff "' j'i'"jwt,ti!w "'"i",?'.'1 ?w:y rd f- "Where you can et the most for it. That's here at the Biggest and Best Clothing Store, Shoo Store, Hat Store and Men's Furnishing Goods Store at Lancaster. Some ND YOUR MONEY! at $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4. Also a Cash Liberal on Boots Discounts, fixed and ter and we propose to give our customers (he benefit of Ibis. Shoes than we are now. ' We are oilering Special Bargains in Wen's Suits And Overcoats At $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10, $12. Also Boys' Suits and Overcoats These nods were bought early, before any advance in prices, at Line of Novelties in Boys' Suits And Overcoats at $5, $6, $7.50, $8.50 & $10. We were never A bet- H zm At all JJLAJU 7 TF TP KINDS OF LANCASTER. G. S. Grecnlcnf hits returned from St. Louis, having had a very enjoyable trij). Ulf 1 jp j JLMTLlW rfci PS Give us a call. AXTD tl B5 3H11I HrlP1 tfr. sbSW' f!1Ml71 T" ?VsVY wr--r1 v l( &?rrraa s" !S!?Sa t kinds of prices. Hats and Furnishing Goods to please the most fastidious. "We will convince you that we are the people to clothe you from head to foot. I' j I More For Your Money Than Any House Oilers or Your Money Back LANCASTER, KY. Qua and 1oo1e , THE INTERIORJOURNAL "j."bllelioi"rviea-o-5roVoja.a.Xxtaa-V- 3S5 anr When not so paid ffi2. CO will c charged. The democrats hero aro profoundly grateful to the editor of the Intkkiok 1 KBYKAU IX JlX VAXCK Joukxal for past favors und courte- lr 3 vym k BTllm g 7 TUB p. m. Ml. 4 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION if o Lovill Bland cut Charles Garner at OF 11KCSOKI.VN. And will keen eonstantli on bund the Jelll- insurance co. Falls llrniieh and other ImmI (ki!h nnd Somerset in the face, putting out an $000. He is thankful to his neighbors KNOXVILLE DIVISION. k tho patrotincuof the public. Stanford eye. friends who wmit Coal can leave orders with Caledonian : ,...12 37 p m for assistance rendered. J. II. Illcgln. which will receive pmmnt atWhile speaking at Science Hill, No. 24 Train going North .... 3 IS a ill Mr. V. T. Short, deputy U. S. T. I.. SIIKI.TO.N. tfo.M ' tention ,...12 01 p ill John S. May fell through the platform, " South No. 25 Co., took John Clouso and Grant ... 127 pin Scotland. No.SS sprained his ankle and sustained other I. Forallll'olnM. Burch from the jail hero to Covington bruises. KOUNDliD IHOC. N OEL & to answer the charge of breaking into TUKQ'JOH TICKKTS SOLD. Larkin Phelps is in jail nt Somerset llAGUAOE C11ECKKI) TI1K0UUI1. u distillery near Paint Lick. for burning barns, and barely escaped IN For any Information enquire ol The court of appeals aihrnicd the lynching. .STANl'Oltll, KY. JOE S. MCE, Agent, Corn anil Iny, judgment of the circuit court in which Stanford, Kj. Several schools in Casoy and Kussoll Order Office and Knsl Ktclutigc, ntttr the lUUruaJ James Tudor was sentenced to the penCrowing. IVwt hlfwt, have closed on account of tho ! itentiary for -- I years, for aiding in the counties QUEEN & URESCENT. Stanford; - - Kuntuclcy. of water. scarcity Oul Yard, Mill Mwl, Utfljr J. II. llbwW. killing of Marlon Sebastian, a Lincoln All persons deslrine Uwuit lnta far plank frncc, Trains pass Juuctlou City as follows: Ashford Million shot and dangerousiall(itlon giurmiti-rd- . - i " connty jury rendering the verdict. xl and ratlin or lro friiciivan dnu wbat they o. J onn 11 57 a m N mouth want at my store near (Vdar Creek, on th pike . 3 4(5 a in ly wounded his brother-in-laduring a ' 4 1121pm No. 3 " leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I alvj ,.1 30 p III " G A large crowd was in town Monday quarrel at Newby, Madison county. 11 'i5 am Uo. 5 " kern on hand a supply or plank fur folicliis ,.G 00 a m All " 10 8 20 P III M kinds of lumber for hnlldliiz iri but little business was transacted on Cyrus Trimble, a merchant at Trim and slilncli. All crMtit dmltiuK any arli.lvcf 5 and f. do not run Sundays, 3 and 10 Not- -'' this klud ran rail mi m at mr storo stono fuilfci South than Junction City, neither account of the drouth and the interest ble, had a foot cut off while attempting Creek. t. W M.Stil.l lu.S io they ruu Sundays. k in the election. Considerable whisky to cross the railroad track near Somer This M'aoii we have had to order was used but there was no disturbance. set. FRANKFORT AHD CMCINNATI RY. Something to Know. Among prominent visitors from your tint VIA GEORGETOWN. Emelick Royalty, who was ostmas-te- r It llltr he worth roliiethef'K i;totheknow wit tlin tired Utt luollvloe for restorl' P. M. ,v. a. K, T.vl Cmnprvt. Arl2S5 A. M city was Judge M. C. Saulley, who ut Liberty for 10 years, and who is iry .Inn loa hotlthy vltfur Is Kits trie Hitters. TINNING & PLUMBING, 2,00 X5 His friends were Si years old, is very low with chances ThN uiullclue i purely YMrlMe ' ly nl'liijr 8 20 looks like a winner. " 11 31 " Jet. City. 3 15 tone to Hip none ci'iitrm In tho touuli. rotly 630 ' DM Arr'wwtown, Iv C SO 4 50 03 th ugalnst his recovery. h'm tliiinliti tli llTtr ami klilpy nil !! tlirw" orSTANFORD, 1CV.( 3 oo n'at lo &ee n'm an( predict " ' Franklort, 20 1135 in tliruiiiK' oil miiiurilUni" the bluml. victory on Tuesday which be so richly ..o A telephone line is being put up be tli Hitters liiumiM aid' diwstlfln N now iin'imrtHl to do all kind-- , of numbing ii'tlte. S 30 8 40 Arr I'aris 5J10 and It iininiiiii.rtd by Diom) who litre tried It m deserves. and Tinning. Side iniiirlelir- - of liyan tween Powers, Caey comity, and IIus- - tho very Dally except Sunday They run In priee from el.S5 to 'A.IO. blood purl Her and uerr toidc. Try A. lllnek IllniHOtid ltoof Faint. Tuli.pln.iu- No C. D.llEUCAW.O.P. It is said that some democrats desire tonvllle, where It wilf connect with the It SiM for SOi ndsl T bottle at W. 11. JV. loslduneo Shop on .Mill M.. uiimiu J drugstore. to vote for lion. Wright Kelloy, the line between Stanford and Liberty. II. Ilaugbinan A l '.,' Mill. te t They are Stylish, .tf Independent candidate for representaThe Grumhtt lieiimly. HOBERT FISH, J. D. Allen has been appointed postA WOKI) TO tive, as wo have no candidate. To such master at Konseo, Whitley county: Mr It II. (Jiwre, inert limit, of Clilllinwle, Va., Goods. Nothing Cheap certlllea tint ho hal Vho crack burlier, U now back nt his old I would glen iiii to ready to suggest that to place the sten- John Morgan ut Mountain Ash, same die, touglil all medicaleviiMiintioii thattimoney could tnwtinriit stand In Mrs. Egbert's But the J Vice. PROPERTY procure, tried all coiijdi rtiuedie he could huur of, hhuvo nnd haircut. All cil under the two devices within the give vou a 03iinty, and J. F. Muse ut Trimble, hut Kot no relief; fiit many nights un In n on bltn. Ho Is needing work idiould call Inieor-erchair; was Imliired to try llr. kliiu'n New county. Arc vou Insured 1 If not. wbv not Tluitt. sure to please ybu. Crab Orchard, Ivy. Cj largo squares containing them would and wai cured hytheuteof two UiUIcj. Tor destroy tho vote. Place tho cross just developcs that the seven prisoners Int three vwirt h 5 (won atlenillnir to linlm-- i ami Wu iiImi have a lot of Infant' toand Cldl- MiniU of duolllngH and liarn good iih jotirt It .1. drun's Cloaks from SI. 75 4T8 Dr Klntf'a Now IHoovery h tho itr'nileoM under the rooster's feet, within the who failed to take advantage of the rciiiMy ever uixlo an n.t ilono muni Mr mm and alvt for others li I1I1 coiiiniiiully I'r. KIuk' square, and then If you desire to vote to escape from tho Nicholas-vill- e New Dlsoovery Is KUtrantecil for rough, eolda and for Kelloy put it in the small square to Bros., McKinney jail were deterred by tho fact that roiiuiuptioi. It dua'l fall. Trial IkjUIcs free at the right of und opposite his name. a ferocious bulldog stood guard beneath W. II. Mcltolrti'drut: store. F.very year. Involving tho loss of millions of well fenced, well waMostly In This will count your vote for the dem- the window. dollar. Wliy mIiuiiIiI ou execi toisnitK) Jiucklin't Arnica Salve. tered and lias till the necessary Initirovo- from j ear to ear ? meats, Wo will sell privately Jinti on eaj ocratic ticket. ' The iHt nalre lu iho world for cut,, hriilM-Tho approach of cold weather is endUENTltV IlKOS. lores, ulcers, iult rheum, ferer sores, tetter, chap- FIRST NATIONAL BANK terms. All the voters of the county will ing the strike of coal miners In the o Stanford, Ivy. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupii.un. Your Proporty May Bum OF STANTOItH, KY. serve as a jury, competent or incompeIt lositlTely cures district. Tho operators refuse to KuaraJtced toRlre plhts or no pay required. Itre- ajerfec'tHjtlsurtlou or inoiier Within n year, within a month, within 21 tent, on next Tuesday to render a ver- recognize tho union, and will only take innueu. I'rtcc zceuuperuox. roraaimby u. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 hours. AMiytdiould vou oiou the iitvu dict on tho candidates for oflice. This tho men backus Individuals. In most .MCltoiierta, imiiut. initiation of y Attention ol the public la called to tho bet that imlngleJlre, ears of honii. toll to loss by la in many instances cases concessions have been made by which can destroy It In an duty of tho people this Is tho only National Hank In Stanford. Un MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. der the provisions ol tho National Hank Act hour r Soliciting a lmrc of jour jiatronago us sacred as that imposed upon a jury the operators. only by tho capital stock, JtesiH'i'tftilly, ilei'osltors are secured not S.aucaster, : Kentucky. in fact. Party fidelity and party prin- Lloyd Qurham entered tho homo of hut by tho stockholders' liability lor an amount filial tu the (lock so that drpoaltoraofthlsluttttu-HuJESSE D. WEAUEN, ru secured by a fund ol s.Xu.OW. Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplended ciple are involved and in addition to Rev. Muithoivs, a colored preacher at r ivo sworn A Red Cow, weight alxiut 800 11m., aliout 7 statements of the condition ol the ltank aro lnule Porters this they aro to decide who shall, in a Barbourvillo, and assaulted his wife. Everything table Oeiieral Agent. Stanford, Ky year? old mil without horns, came to my euch year to the United States (ioveniuieiitand its 89 trams. cn:et measure conduct and control tho stated times assets Matthew struck Durham with a wood house O.H. 11. Owner can got name by agfiits,aro examined atadditional andby Korerument John II. Castlkhax. avcuriut; pcrlect satet. thus (J. Iumum. of the county, touching questions not proving property, paying for liur keep nn'd to dciiositors. him. :bvdI.-X-.:Enotice. ZE3ZOC3H3.. Involving their life, liberty nnd prop ax and badly disfigured recover.It isDur thU mIIKUMA.V ThU Institution originally nlahtlsheil u the De3 thought Durham can IlUL'Cn. Milledgovllle, Ky. posit ltank ol Stanford in ItsU, tilth reoiKauliea as erty. The democratic ticket is made ham was drunk. Tho preuchcr is in the National Ihink ofStantord lu Iim1 iindaKaln Registered reortcaulzed as the First National Hank of Stanford Splendid up of men who are honest, worthy and jail. -.- .. In lfii, has had practically an unlnkTrujited exist' individuals Both capable and this is the test that should Capt. William Hudson, a former reeiic for Xi ytMrs. It is letter supplied now wltL tacillties for transact liu hiislneas proniptlr and liblint T'ull'a niul be INSURANCE COMPANY put to every aspirant for olllce. The sident of Pulaski county, died at Rich erally than ever lefore In Its long and houorahle Undertaker, iS:jotnfcftWtiu(Px!I Sthis Spring's far career. Accounts of Indlrhluali, flduclaika,Unua Hill, Mo., and his remains wore ship- Hustonville, Kentucky and IndlTlduals solicited. row. I'rices rcasouame. rto ciiarge lor voters owo It to themselves, their famOF LIVERi'OOL. ilies und the country at largo to con- ped to Somerset for interment. DIRCCTORS. crating. Oilers his services to tho pixiple of West Lincoln F. Ilclil, Lincoln Co.; and wife uttouded tho World's J. W. Hayden, Stanford sider well before acting or serious reJ. U. k H. J. HcaOBERTS, Stanford. and Casey counties. 1'ull stock of CotHnaand Caak S. T. Harris, S. II. llaughiuan, " sults may follow. The ticket will need Fair together und they had tho dlstinc etaalwuyson baud. T 1'. Hill, J S. llockcr, " B&RBEE 5. MSTLBMEN. 03 " K. U Tanner, McKlnnev. W. A. Trlbhlc, a united support und such is expected tion of being the largest couple ever D S. Carpenter. Manager. A. S. PKXCE, J.II.Colllcr.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Jllller, MUVeruon. M, ll.Klinore, Stanford, MANA(ii:ns, of every man who has the welfare of there. They weighed together over Burgeon OrPlCRRS. 700 pounds. the people under consideration. SHELBY & SHELBY, I. S. llockcr, President; J. J. Mcllolwrt Cashier Commerce .Building, Louisville. Dentist, In refusing to remit the lino of Owen A. A. McKluueyh'AtilstnmCasbler. Wo hud quite a battle of hand-bill- s -- ..Proprietors Agents Throughout tho outh. Stanford, Ky. hereon Monday, touching on tho fail- L. Land for disturbing religious worship in Madison, Gov. Bradley wroto LIVERY.FEED&JALE STABLE ure to advertise, in time, for tho vote r7. Olllce over McUoborts' Drug Store In tke Owsley building. on issuing turnpike bonds. County on the petition: "I havo hud more peCo. Farmers Junction City, K.y. Iocal Agent, Clerk Duncan first put out dodgers titions presented to me asking for reattention, Terr First .Claas B. which placed the blame on the sherilli missions of fines for disturbing public reasonable, rjteTurnout!, jiroiupl rour puirnnnge la OF STANFOltU, KY. A iMirtlou o i Stanfokd, - - - Kentucky 18 although Duncan claims that ho did worship from Madison county than resectfully aollclted. " Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 not aim to publish any thing that from any other county In Kentucky. Surplus, 17,603 80 would rellect on him. Shoriir Robin-Bo- n This-- I think, grows largely out of the fact that I have In probably two InIJy provisions of Its charter, deosltors are a ttfterjwurd had bills distributed layfully protected as are deodtors in National Hanks, ing tho blame on the fiscal court, and stances granted two remissions In these Its shareholders belli,; held Individually liable to UTxEitsw DRALEU IN uioeiieiii oi inu aiuouuioi iiieirsiocK lliercln at everybody knows that he is not to bo cases." tho pur value thereof, In addition to tho amount In t Stanford, : Ky. censured, us the sheriff can only provested lu such shares. It may act as executor, do farmer Schnletler, a woll-tHarry OtQcoon Iucajteretitftat llcelilcuce. trustw, Ac, as fully as au Individual Farm ceed by copy or authority delivered by of JolTerson county, was arrested, PleasTciideriiltfour thanks to those who hae entrusted their business to us, we trust thoy will coullntu a court or clerk in uny instance, and charged with criminal ussault upon to ilo so, und weollir as a guarantee for prompt atBlue Vehicles, this was not given to hi at in time. In Miss Carrie Dlckel,. just after ho had tention to same our 'JO years' cxirlencu iu hankHRQ THE ing and as liberal accommodations as are consistent order to protect tho fiscal court tho re- secured llcense.to marry Miss Kllza-bot- h with sound ban king. PALL,, 1897. publicans claim that the bonds will be OIRKCTOR1. Illlberse. Suits were also enter- Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey EE9 good and that tho uppolluto court has ed by Miss nickel and her mother for J. J. Williams, Mb Vernon; V. 11. uuuiuitns. rreacticrsvllle: I'ruft and Ornamental Trees rendered decisions In which it refuses $20,000 damages each. J. S Owsly,Sr., j. i). uwsiey, High-Grad- o William (loocb, S. il. Shanks, the best herds were Fertilizers and Deal. Grano Vinos. Small Fruits, Asparagus and to defeat tho will of tho people in simi Judgo James P. Harney, who began ofMy brcolers breed selected fromseveral States ol H. J. Embry, J. F. Cash, A of swine In and anrdeii. this famous Tjvury thing for Orchard. iv. A. Cariienter: j. N. i.ynu, lar cases;, but In a decision in 11th Ken- the study of law at 57, has just retired splendid lot of pigs of dlllercnt ajesforsale. Ured Goods Warranted as Kojirebonted. Olllce on Vo havo no ugcnU but bell direct to the J. Menefce. tucky IeKrts tho court holds that from the bench In Montgomery county, sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed Bilantvr. bavlnsr enoriuouscomuitsslons. Main Street, oiipoaltAEluioro'ii Store, ornciRS. solicited. Address on (iiiiillcation to when un election is to be 011 u question Ind., with great honor and much S. II. Shanks. Freshlentj Stanford, ICuntucky. R. H. BRONAUGH, J. U. Owsley, Cashier: voting a tax, a failure to advertise iu Lcxlnrtou, Ivy. Crab Orchard, Ky, W. M. Uright, Teller 43 J. L. TOTTEK. SALE8MAW. returning at Trains leave Stanford at 4. 25 p. mand03 10 a m. nnd sies. Mr. Hugh L. Mason, of Chicago, has been with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth, and his brother, Mr. W. B. Mason. Mr. Thomas Ray and Miss Alice, the popular daughter of A. 13. Brown, Jr., were married ut the homo of the bride, on Tuesday afternpon. Mr. Arthur Noo's house burned near time will invalidate the election if the publication is short a sintrlo day. It Is also claimed that no order was made or notice posted calling for the special term of the court, which made the order calling the election, and that only two magistrates wero present. These statements are given to enable the people to consider both sides and placo the blame where they choose. The vote will be taken any way and it is hoped that the bonds will carry and let the question be settled one way or tho other by the courts. Hubble, All of J. W. Kubanks family wero at home last week at one time, in a reunion at their father's. 13. W. Glvuns is building a cistern at his barn, preparatory to tho next dry year. Kd Miller has returned from Mt. Vernon, where ho has been gathering apples for his brother John Miller. Dr. Kinnaird was called to see Geo. Wood's child a few days ago, which has been suffering from chills and fever for some time, but is some better now. Mrs. J. S. Miner, of Louisville, came home with her bon, Kd, for a few days visit. Maria Owsley is having some Danville parties to build her a nice residence on her lot on Cherry street. Win. llland M)ld omo corn to W. II Underwood for $1.75 put lu the crib. Luce Bros, sold tholr cattle to George Wood nt ubout 3c. C. Underwood sold some shouts to Montio Fox for y.10. G. A. Swlnebroad und Gcorgo Wood euch shipped two cur loads of cattle to Cincinnati Wednesday. J. W. Sutton sold some shoau to George Wood at Jlc. Jus. Wilmot has taken some cattle, weighing about 1,000, to feed and graze for IMJO lor bund rod. C. P. Underwood sold his wheat to J. II. Baughmun &. Co. for lK)c. But little wheal has been sold lu this community yet, as most all is beiug held for 91. H. D. PHILLIPS. Sani-tn walking the streets, but uult your, oritur, which will lie neatly nnd promptly 111 led Don't nsk credit for t hnve no eniiltiil to back us. We would have a telephone In our olllce but We eiin't bear. i'ne and see lis. 01-N'OKI. A. .ON. (See "ad.") U The strikers aro goltifrMo work nnd coal will mh)ii 1h) coniliijf. l'lni'i) voitr orders so HTANKOUU, KY. that wo on it work early anil late. We thank ou for J:ist favors nuil kindly nsk t)n All kinds of rrpslrtnu donp at res.ius.n rata of name. We huro no Milldtoo tpholstcrlng acuity, h.tlstaclloo RUaraaevd. II r I FIRE INSUBWE t T. L. SHELTON, UOWl.AM). KY., VICINITY NEWS. Has Gone Hack into the Coal Business, Insurance Company, Insurance Bryantsville. Loss 31,200; n-- mnr-sha- l, of SON, DEHLERS COHL. R.B.MAHONY.Agt., 1 ISTOTICE -- y- w For The Third Time i nor-m- ij fr Klrv-trl- o LADIES' CAFES! l'p-to-ila- J. T.Jones, I lt - mm ..tore-roo- m Pu-lus- ki 0WiERS. y 305 Acres Fine Land Illuo-Gras-i, FOR SALE. 11 Tanner Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning s Jel-lic- X: ', I Mason Hotel first-clas- s. . Estray Notice. n af-fui- rs .... , sHHHfr Da-roc- s. J. T. SUTTON", Capt-Hudso- n g r-S- lfl BanM Trust A. THIBB1.2J, , J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons ure o Grass Nurseries. l.UC-aBA- 33 Ml e Agricultural Implements, V Cat-Mloir- Correi-Kndeuc- v reso-lutln- g. 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