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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897110201 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. . - v5 hifiijiaHifci qi.jW mm iifi,M j i s" ..i n." ', ww-- - M nST" Cm'i"Vi" SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. lie v. J. W. Tabor, who was recently assigned to tho Jamestown circuit by the Methodist conference, in (load. Tho protracted inoctlpj; nt tlio Baj-tichurch begins Nov. 20 mid Rev. Dow, a popular evangelist, will assist tho pnator. Itov. J. H. Crouch's opinion of modern sunetllloutlon Is not very exalted, to say tho least, according to his sermon at tho Nuptial church Sunday. I'resbytc-rla- n Tho women of tho church, Atlanta, Ga., rained Sl.OOO for missions. They also Hupporta model home, where 10 young working womst Y MATRIMONIAL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STAFFORD. KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1897. FARM AND YRADE. POLITICS NO. 70 A V Gen. James Longstreot, of Georgia, No 2:10 trotter has reduced ins mark John Duloy. of JolTorsonville, Ind., was appointed coimuisaionei1 of rail- 6hot himself to death while standing lu two i o.ir. Klghteon trotters have entered tho roadsby President McKlnlev. by his wife's grave. The republicans will likely elect James Lott, aged 17, and Lena Stew- 2:10 lint this year. That we have the Portyllve pacers have onlurcd the their Statu ticket in Ohio, but tho Lej;- art, 10, eloped from Wellston, O., to islature seems Miro to'go ugalnat Ilan- 2:10 list this season. Covington, and wcro married. Wood .' Lvnn hulil in.Tin.lr nnslov i:t na. Near Plemingsburg, Miss Pluunlco Maj. Crumbaugh, of Hopkinsville, OF- Jones committed suicide by taking poi- yearling cattle at $20 T. A. Coulter sold to Woods Si Lynn loses out. II. S. Pritchett, of Missouri, son because of disappointment in love go'ts the superintendoncy of the Grodec- William J. Lucoy, of Louisville, a bunch of hogs at He. & I). Klmore fold to O. P IIulTmnn .' - survey. M. wants adlvorco becaiieo his wife lias Mrs. Nell, widow of tho several times attempted to carvo him u bunoh of hogs ai.'ljc. C. Vanoy bought of W T. Heck a bitterly denounces C. J. Bronston, who with a butcher knife. alleged that her husband conducted .'."i. Miss Laura JCuhn, daughter of Moses bunch of heifers at At Lower Prices than ever known No le?s than fiOsUl lions bocurcd their his olllee dishonestly. Kahn, tho cattlo buyer, was married to Better goods and lower prices we Joe Parker, for campaign purposes ' Mr. Max L. Aaron, of Springllold, O., first 2:10 performer in POT. en live. only, has Hied suit for $."10,000 damages give you and save your toll to M. Johnson, of IClmbcrlln In an elaborate wedding. Clin rles Dawes bought of.. fudge J. Ashley agaltibt the Louisville Dispatch, for Danville. Heights, Tcnn., will preach at tho At a wedding- near Paducah the oth- - W. Alcorn a Jersey cow for $.'10. r. Hugh Held .,,1,1 to Woods & Lynn defamation of character. Christian church Friday on "Jesus, or night the bride kissed all of tho six Judge Morrow of Somerset, denies orxaizE: : gke-oibi- el bunch of second grade hogs at 2!c. tho Man of Prayer." All aro curnest-l- y groomsmen and tho bridesmaids each that any of his friends aro working ' invited. Tho total value of Kansas products took a whack at the groom's lips. TUE DKUOIITS OF TENNIS. J. L, Frohman & Co., Danville. Tho SM.OOO foi ministerial education Georgo Maples, of Sholbyville, Ind forlSDT Is 17ll,:i:i0,:!.-,the greatest against .iiiul'o Catron or uny or the laakl county republican ticket because 1800. allowed by tho Southern Presbyterian killed himself bocuuso his sweetheart, Vox Si Rice, of Danville, fold to C. Bomc of t,ltJ "omlneas opposed him In General Assembly is to bo raised dur- Miss Hertha Vangordon, talked with ing November. Last year 218 ministe- another of her beaux at a festival. S. Nield.of Grays, three mules to bo thc recent primary, j There aro .J20 candidates to be voted rial students were aided. Thomas Komnns, of Seymour, Ind., used In his mines for :W0. - for fo1- t,lu 118 ollices to- bo filled in Churlue W. Shields, of Prince- thought his wife was untrue to him aud Prof. Hubert Harnett him just finished putclasses of ton University, has withdrawn from proceeded to whip her. She brought a ting In 100 acres of wheat on the farm Louisville and the ballot is as long as a ITot 011I3- of the voters of Mcki nney, but of hi blanket. The election of the Weaver people for miles around town he rented of Mrs. Dettio Hroaddus. tho Presbyterian church because of tho razor to use ou him und he will die. O. P. Huirman bought of James H. ticket in its entirety is conceded by all hostile action of Presbyteries and SyAfter the guests had arrived to wit' nods resulting from his petition for a ness the marriage of a Philadelphia Gentry a lot of butcher stulT at !tc and who know the situation, OU Dan Sickles, who ought to have pair tho cruel lovor sent the intended some of Georgo Tucker of same at 2!c. liquor license at Princeton Inn. inn die? .4;sv;i to ii mrit a successful session, the Ken- bride a note stating that the thing was July 1, Star Pointer has trav- - ' t;itp;ii lit .j iliiititu iin nituuo 1iiiit itvs Since iuii After clod ovr 8,000 miles on ears, has paced stood upon the raging stump for Tracy And tucky Synod of tho Cumberland Pres- olT Indefinitely. carrying- away 100s of bargains daily. The rush has Ivuv. II. Leu Dowman, pastor of the 20 heats below 2:0." and nine In 2:02 or tho republican candidate for mayor of byterian church adjourned at Hopkins-vlllnext year. Versailles Baptist church, and Miss hotter. York, when there were forced me to employ another clerk and Mr. Robert Kobin-so- n. Groater 2ov to meet in Henderson of Stanford, will go on duty Oct. 30. K. L. Tanner. Jr., has rented his two democratic tickets in tho Held. Miss Nannlo Caldwell, of lloyle, read Nellie K. Stone, of Versailles, were which was highly compliment- married Thursday. Tho groom is a na- farm of 140 acres near McKinnuy to J. Young Pryor Foreo, who spoko at my new line of misses and boys' headgear. Tarn a paper ed. T. MoKlnney for about $500 and will Lexington with Georgo Denny and oth- O'Shanters at o5c to 50c that would cost who after tive of Danville. $1 and $1.25 in a itio wjH of Mrs. Preston, Tho marriage of Mr, Harvey Miller, move West. er such measley republicans, said that milliner's shop. Don't overlook my elay being a Protestant for nearly all her of Harrodtiburg, and Miss Kdnn Karl worsted suits at Dawes sold in Cincinnati he urgently advocated a fusion with Ponce 7 and my French twilled overcoats at $6.50. llfo and then Joined i)i Catholics, Hutchlugs. of Carlisle, is aunonuced to last week a ear loud of sheep at 2 to 4c the republicans in order to forever kill died and loft all hor property to occur on Nov. 21th, In tho Carlisle They bought of J. E. Lynn a bunch of the silver Ism. Democrats will please that church, was broken at led ford, ChrUtlau church. fancy ewes at S.'l.HU. remember this when ho comes monk the jury deciding that she was unduly JNlcKinney, K , Mabol, the dam of Nightingale, 2:201 eying around for votes for Congress. Gov. Hradluy refused to pardon U. lniluuncud by priests. W. Hamm, of Garrard, mule stoaling; and Creeons 2:14. has another 2:30 All this talk about "a test vote," and Goshen Baptist church, In Clark, Josau Hough, of Laurel, detaining a performer in Miss Mary 2:21 J. standing up to bo counted,' "standing In which has had only throe pastors Walnlngham, sire of M. S. Sc J. K. by principle" and "standing by your woman and V. L. White, of Laurol. 100 years, celebrated Its centennial obtaining money under false protctisus Haughman's Naboth, brought 9S00 at a leader" is political moonshine for fools, ' Sunday, with appropriate services. Tlio n nd denied citixenship to Allen Smith, ; sale lat week. Ho had been gelded is j und means that the Courier-Journpreachers have boon Kldur Geo. ltoone. of Morcur. There are no complimentary tickets whipped in its fight for Ilindman, Bai- . i no who was followed by hissoui-.uiTho Louisville Times contained pic- - to tho running meeting which begun at ley and Parker, u combination which 1...I t... u.u IJoono, and lie xwis auccuuuuw hj .!.' uires Sunday, of tho youngest cnu'aL'ed Lexington yesterday. The directors it has all the time played to beat tho A present pastor. Present membership, um)plo n UlQ W()rhK T,)uy jm) MUa voted unanimously on tho question. & Slilictuir, &c In fact all kinds of Mixed I'ced at tlio democratic party with. Louisville M; oldest member, SS. and youngest, Ma.y ,,iwe8 1:U,B Mp Ijujpo , Mrs. Hyron McClelland has con- Dispatch. 18Hro. John V. Sallle writes the Hap- - Hlakely, Jr., of Covington, aged four tracted for a $10,000 monument to bo Hon. J. W. Bailey of Texas, leader tlht Hocordor: "Wo have just closed a l bo each. Tho younger Laurio seems placed over the grave of hor husband, of the democratic side in Congress Wo 1110 prepared to 'M a chip of tho old block in more who was the most tunwnnlM mcutliiL' bore at Frlond-- i successful turfman of says of Gov. McCreary, with whom he ways than one. served several sessions: "I regard Mr. his day. ship, Madison county, which greatly John Jenkins and Myrtle Parrell, of u 'u nuu Georgo Miller Glvons writes from McCreary as one of tho most ablo and iu. i'vivo(i our iicu I.. tt'n l.m1 Ailllin (III. Tin & any one and now la tlio tlmo to bay bufore prices advance. Como .in in., nml mum to follow, with one JolTorMin, decided to thwart paruntal Darlington, S. C, to send his paper truest men in tho democratic- - party in ri und Seo Us. fiV reThis Is objection and elope. Tho hour was there where hu Is with stock. Cotton Kentucky and am satisfied he can brother about 70 years old. gratifying for a place that has ' for the swain to como for his lady is very low and stock Is accordingly deem his district by being tho nomi,f'vo. but alas sho had fallen asleep, Ho nee of tho democrats next year. very dull. been destitute of preaohlnir for some - Nothing daunted, he tried again next Joe Patched, at Louisville, failed to should bo their choice without any optime, and In tho midst of a Campbeln,Bhl ,iml l,,llt l,mo fallu w' " the lower Johnston's time of 2:00i mado to position whatever." lite community. lookout and they lied in safety to a u Aside from tho municipal election in sulky 15 years ago. ' K. P. CiKANl) LOUGH. The session Gretna Greon. ono or more Patchen's time was 2:071. Later, he Greater New York just closed at Frankfort was one of tho j officials arc to bo voted for generally 2:0(1. paced a mile to a wagon in most Interesting In Its history of 31 Mlddleblirq, Casey CO The combination sale of Berkshire In the States of Massachusetts, New 2 years, most of tho lodges throughout j tfwlne hold at Crawfordsville. Ind., re- York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, VirHorn, to tho wife of V. P. Wesley, a Kentucky being represented by a total sulted In .r0 head bringing an averago ginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Iowa, Nebras300 delegates, about girl. number of about of'Wl..w. Tho highest price realized ka, and Colorado. In four Stutes, Mashalf of whom were in handsome unl- - J. M. Durham has returned from for sows was $100 and for boars 8100. sachusetts, Virginia, Ohio and Iowa, o forms and made a brilliant display In Louisville. W. P. Keeuey gets no The fall meeting at Latonia closed a full set of olllcers Is to be selected street parade. The Carlisle lodge ' ter. There are four tickets In Massachus VWw J A very successful mooting is being Saturday when W. P. Glvons' Three probably made tho best show with etts aud Now York, six in PennsylvaN&TsK&X Dars won tho first race, It. II. a larger number in uniforms, inoltul- - carried on at Pleasant Valley by a GorKitty H. ran third in tho third nia, four in Maryland, five in Virginia, ing their brass band, every member of man preacher. Much inturest is being aud C. H. Hold's Prosecutor second In eight in Ohio, live each in Kentucky, which is a Knight of Pythias. The manifested. Iowa and Nebraska and two in ColoraWhooping cough Is In one family In tho last. welcome addfeses of Gov. Hradley and do. District court judges are to bo Estimates in regard to the apple crop Mayor Julian wore cordial indeed in thU town. There Is no danger of Its of the United States, as published by chosen throughout South Dakota. pfofefeg&aas tho meeting spreading, as it did Its work In this the State Capitol, where the American Agriculturist, indicate was hold, and they said they wanted section thoroughly two years ago. UNDISPUTED MERIT. Jason ColTey and sister, Mrs. Mary 37, 13(1,000 barrels, compared with the dolomites to feel at home, "even In in 1S90. 00,513,000 in lbl:, 57The great success of tho Royal IJak-In- g the penitentiary." Tlio banquet Thiirn- - Fuller, and Nora Co Hoy left last Tues-ilu- v 020,000 in ISM and 57,212,000 In 1S60. day for Florida. They wcro held at Powder Is duo to the extreme care nl.'lit was tho blirirent thing on A. G. Whitley weighed to Simon exorcised by its manufacturers to muko Everett, Ga., for lack of health certlll Our stock now complete at Lowest Cash Prices. wheels, about .100 Knights and citizens being present, and tho speech of one cates and they telegraphed Dr. I. S. Weihl 51 cattle sold somo tlmo ago at it entirely pure, uniform in quality, Har- and of the highest leavening power of tho'orators, In which ho told about Wosley, who at once dispatched tho of- - He. They averaged 1,230. M.J. bought of John Darrlsevcral hun All the seientlllc knowledge, care and a Mr. Theopolous, a Hapiist preacher, licials, that they wcro In good health ris dred barrels of corn to be delivered In skill, attained by a twenty years' pracbeing "called" to preach, was the and not from an infected district, I Judgo Vincent Horolug addressed the crib on tho Qulnlin place at $1.75. tical experience aro contributed toward event of the evening and shook the Advocate. this eud, and no pharmaceutical prepaEvery thing New and Latent Stylos In Writing l'apur. Tablets and Curds. house with applause. Many important a largo (Vj audience at Wesley's drug T.J. Curtis sold to J. W. Hales S2 ration cau be dispensed with a greater among them that of tho need store Thursday night. There were nuestlons, of ritualistic excellency In subordinate present IS rads, two democrats, a can cattlo, 1,515 lbs. at4.S5. The Hegister accuracy, precision and exactuess. EvIndies, were discussed at length and dldato aud about 15 minors. In fact to says tills bunch of cattlo is pronounced ery article used is absolutely pure. A ..1. i.ui,wkj iffiiumtiil dtirlnir tho toll tho truth about It. it was slimlv at by cattle men to bo tho finest produced number of chemists aro employed to DHUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. nlcasant session of three dayH. Tho tended. Republican oratory has failed in Madison county this year, and it is test tho strength of each ingredient, .....! 1. n.i.T. tiiiu niYt tf ,. ..... v..- - vniir at Mid- - to catch tho Casovltes this vvear and If!, doubtful if a handsomer bunch has so that its exact power and effect in UllkMlt aro where, according to Delegate all tho counties In our dear old Coin. boon put on the market this season lu combination with dh'sboro, definitely known. Nothing is trusted Curson'o statement, the big pot will bo monwealth will show such democratic Kontucky. An Italian named Guazona, of Ar to chance, aud no person is employed put In tho littleono and brotherly lovo Increase there will bo no doubt of Ken-b- e tucky giving Mr. Sliuckolford a hand-1- . geutiuu, is tho wheat king of tho world. in the preparation of the materials W. J. R In tho ascendancy. " t? tell the ' bouie majority. Borolng said in his. Ills crop occupies an area of (i0,2S0 used or the manufacture- of tho powder' Send Ker to Stanford College. a,)C.eoh that Casoy should go republican acres. Ho numbers his workmen by who is not an expert In his particular If you want a thing well done It lias trained and experienced teachfull Courses of Study In all It by 1,000 votes. Somo of the rads are tho thousand, and each one revolves branch Jof the business. As a conse- ers. lins 1ms all needful facilities for thu thorough training of Rlrls la all grades. It was waiter to bring It rare. It Lincoln tho If kissing wont out of fashion no claiming it by GOO to S00, but unless all a certain share of tho profits. When quence, tlio Royul Raking Powder is established for tho welfare und convenience of Stunfoid and lntlueace, county. Lot all othby patronizing of dissipating tliolr and peoiilo of girl would euro to bo considered styl- - 8jjn8 Ko for naught It will rub them to hla season's crop s harvested ho tills of the highest grade of excellence, al- er schools,Stanfordround vlcltiltv. Instead rIvo It their united and support. the Co'llejrw and rallya isll. . . tho ways pure, wholesome and uniform in ir,,t JUO miliorltv. Thin Next Session opens Soot. Oth. For f"!l Information call on Mrs. Saulley at tlio collego or "" lw n fnll. over 3,000 cars withsale grain. " wero to. cast tneir " WM. SUKI.TON. Piieside.nt. If Hoinu women of Shropshire qvmllty. Thocontentsofeachboxareex-shce- p wrlto for catalogue. At tho public Ing otT of 18.J over last year. XowsulbO ' bread upon tho waterd it would obstruct comes from JJulaskl, Adair and Kussoll at Concord. Mich., by the Asso- - uutly like every other, and retain their navigation. of republican dissatisfaction. It may elation of breeders, imported rams j powers and produce tho same and the If a man would live to a ripe old ago bo rubbing for 0110 or two of tho rads brought from $o0 to $100 euch; Import- - highest leu veiling- effect in any climate, all ho has to do Is to keep right ou llv to pull through In thla county lu fact cd ram lambs 810 to 803, and imported at, jiny time. Tlio Government g "ing American ists, after having aualized all the ewes 830 to $10. d men wero built like pianos there wo would not be surprised to bco a dem- If rams brought trom 820 to S30; c,i,,al brands in tho market, iu their would bo luoro square and upright ocrat ulected. Wo do rojolco to seo and lying sheets as the American bred ram Iambs $12.50 to 820; reports placed tho Royal Baking such tunicoatB peoplo In this wicked world. bred yearling ewes, 810 to jeP at the head of the list for Btrcngth, l'oat confess that Shackel-I- b If a man has the right stuff in him It purity and wholesomeuess, and thous- come out. Tlmt'e what ford will bo elected, which fact has 820. bound to The Unrrodsburg Democrat says that utus of tests all over tho country have never been doubted by close observers. men's noses so red. makes Walter & Coleman shipped 800 hogs to further demonstrated tho fact that its If a woman would always write tho x ,,u u,u Ul "mo u . "'" Louisville, bought at 3 to 3Jc and sold qualities are, In every respect, unrival-a- t .etB..rliit tlrat- it- would save- her the (UUVUuic' ...which initiated Pugilist Rob Fitzstm 3i to3.i)0. An Ohio man bought two iej, troublo of writing tho letter. solve tho problem of llfo, mens, has been given the alternative car loads of cattlo at 4c. Corn brought Gouts, JUclntoshes, Trunks and Valises. Prices If you can't by District Deputy Armstrong of ex- 82.2J in tho Held at Jackson VauArs- Prcd C. Sanclez, of Denver, Col., Rubber go to your druggist. Ho can always how. Terms Cash. pelling tho lighter or losing Its char- dalo'd sale. Jerome Cornish, who took who shot and killed his wife, claims irlvo you some klud of a solution. somo ono shot at him a thresher to Oklahoma last spring, re- - that ho dreamed If you would write a successful novel ter. killing of u oojb.ill player in turned a few days ago. Uo threshed und it was so real thatlio woke up and a man with a fu- - ' Tho aoleot for your hero . In likolv to nut an nnil in flin . . .. S0.O0O bushels of wheat at 8 cts. per shot his pistol as a return fire, tho ball - , wjhi Onorirla turoand for tuo neroino u woibuii ...i.u Iu that Stute- atrikini' his wifo, killing her lustautly. Uarae bushel. a past. It's All Over Kow Finest Line Men's, Boys i dren's Clothing H i 0, Pu-sln- eo I ! - - A LAKCE MAJORITY 1 I I ff ltfw1-i.- Are Crowding My Store o fSee 1 JACOB HUMMELSTEIN, i al I I coal, nay, Uats, btraw, 1 fix-ver- , y 1 1 Sell COAL Cheaper :' I J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. FLOORING, LOWEST MARKET FR!CJE. f i ( I i i high-whe- el to-da- y, i METAL ROOFING. xSfSfebv SIDING. bet-th- .A.C.SIMB, CEILING, STANFORD, KY: Hro-naugh- 's FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. WINDOW GLASS. 00 -, DRUGS, BOOKS A ND S TA T ONER Y W. 3. MoStOBS3lTS. Itsco-ingredlen- ts mmmmwmWm? tlon.-irtmen- "Where to Send My Girl to School T '. 1 Chem-yearllnprin-brc- Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, 4 rj Pow-Amcric- an C.-J.a- Gents Furnishing Goods , -- . - '. s; .... J, --- -- H. J. n -- " refill, -- "; ijni "'"V rr "'"""p wByrnffir -- " 'tTj1'" -gr--g ?ajaii..ta';jtftii5 tottiii The introduction of yellow fever into I $ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL this country seems to havo been from Ship Island Ivhich lies about four miles , olf Biloxi, Miss., and which was made the quarantine station in ISM, in plnco Nov. 2. 1897 of Chandoltur Island, which is '2Tt miles Ky.. Stanford. from land. In that year a severo storm occurred and with tho pressure brought W. P. WALTON. to bear by tho merchants of Diloxi who wanted to trade with the 20 vessels con stantly in port tho change was made. Certain oUiclals of the marino hospital sorvico and the citizens of the town named are the only persons favoring tho4 location, which has always been fraught with dangors to tho people along tho coast. An ctlort Is being made to remove tho quarantine station from Ship Island und to establish a Na- - x DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ForApiate crt, S J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, if. C. SAUFLEY. " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " State Senator, - GEO. T. FARRIS. " Rejircsentative, M. F. NORTH. " County Judge, - JAS. P. BAILEY. " County Clerk, - GEO. Bt.COOPER. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. ' Circuit Clerk. J. F. HOLDAM. - SAUL. it. OWENS. " Jailer, GEO. W. DEBORD. " Assessor, - - C. G. BAKER. " Coroner, - - WM. LANDGRAF. Supt. School, GARLAND GINGLETON The nomineesor Magistrates are: J. If. Rainct, Stanford; W.'D. Wallin, Crab OrT. chard; W A. Coffey, Hustonville; Broim, Waynesburg. The nominees for Constables are: M. Speed Peyton, Stanford; T. K. Pettus, Crab SheritT, " - tional quarantine, both of which arc the greatest importance. The Now Orleans has a lengthy and thoughtful editorial on tho ques tion, inveighing against tho socialistic objection to a National quarantine and advocating it as superior in every way to a State quarantine, which has resulted in a total failure to keep out the fever. It is to bo hoped that tho paper's admirable suggestions will bo ehrystallz-c- d into a law, which would in no way interfere with tho rights and privileges of tho States. of Times-Democrat I t K t I f r h 1 I. U U v. We can not and will not believe that tho people of this county will elect to tho important ofHco of county judge, such a man as Dawson, who has not a single qualification for it. Ills vote in J tho caso and his action in bon. others that wo could namo stamp him A man who stolo an umbrella has as unfit and unworthy of the olllco boon sentenced bv a New York court for which nomination ho sold his to two and a half years In the penitenOrchard; T. G. Nunnelley, Hustonville; W birthright to get. Stamp under the tiary. F Clymer, Waynesburg. rooster and that will elect Jim Bailey fight at San In tho Lavigne-Waleo- tt and the rest of the democratic ticket. Francisco, 12 hot rounds were fought The campaign is ended, tho debate after which Walcott throw up the is over and it only remains for demoSenatou Joe Noe has sued tho sponge. crats to do their duty by suimping un- Owensboro Messenger for $10,000 be At Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., Dr. M. A. der tho rooster, exactly as we have cause it published that he had been in while intoxicated, shot and done above, and all will be well. Tho dicted by a grand jury. We do not killed Dr. Thomas A. Plcklns, his best Whitehead. dancers that threaten to involve the know whether tho paper can sustain county in destruction should the Irre- - it3 allegations or not, but we do know friend. The date of the meeting of tho NaUsyal makes the food pare, sponsible republican crew be entrusted that Joe would be indicted and sent to wholesome and delicious. tional Foxhunters' Association at with further authority are so Imminent the penitentiary too If It were a has been changed from Novemand so direful that tp real lover of his offense to stab democracy, ber 15 to 17. home and country can do otherwise which gave him suck, as wickedly and Chase, the bicyclist, rode 100 miles than putthe seal of his condemnation maliciously as he has. In four hours, 10 mlnucs and 35 secon them. Paying littlo or no taxes lowering tho The Tennessee Centennial closed Its onds in England, thus themselves, the republicans have been world's record. reckless as to expenditures and have doors forever Saturday night In ablaze Frauk Alexander, a North Dakota gone on raising tho limit of taxation of glory. It was a success from tho desperado, shotand dangerously woundtill It has becomo almost unbearable, start as an exhibition, and financially it ed six men and made as many robber-e- s in order to reward party men. thereby proved more than the most sangulno in a single night. using the people's money to buy votes expected. A full report of tho assets Jason V. Miller, a well known farm to continue it in power. Mark under and liabilities will be made er of Woodford, was shot and killed nt tho rooster this time and you will al- During the six months that it was run Midway Saturday night by Town Mat- ways feel that you did your duty at a more than 1,700.000 people passed thro' shal Edward Stephens. POWDER county's history that told th c gates. crisis Seven buildings were destroyed by Absolutely Pure good of on Its futuro welfaro and the The president has issued his procla lire at Fort Branch, Ind. Sixty pounds tho generations to follow us. mation for Thanksgiving, naming the of dynamite exploded, damaging buildThe death of Henry George, tho 2oth day of this month for tho people ings three blocks away. ROVM. RApukQ fOKDtH CO., Nl TOR. During the last 20 years no less than "Jcffersonian Democracy's" candidato to give ttmnks lor all tnc oencilts wo have received as a nation and especial- 17 tons of precious stones have been for mayor of Now York, which came so suddenly und so tragically Friday ly for the return of prosperity, whicn unearthed In South Africa, aggregamorning, wai the direct result of over here at least is only the substaucc of ting a value of S.TJo.OOO.OuO. E. M. Stone, bccrctary of the Grand effort and the severity of the tension things hoped for, the evidence of things OF Lodge of Odd Fellows of this State, on a very nervous temperament. Al- not seen. died us the result of a cold contract! d most before he was cold, his followers There Is no division among demo- while attending the Grand Lodge meet A Book for Young and Old. had substituted tho name of his son crats in Lincoln county. They aro all ing at Owensboro. who bears his name, on the ballot, but rf marching shoulder to shoulder to vicMrs. Isaac Suavalt, of Bourbon, Ind , he will not bo able to poll his father's WE CURE OUR tory, while the republicans are torn by awoke to find her husband gasping for strength, a suflicient quantity of which RECORD NERVOUS aud breath. It scared her so alio died in a i dissensions over the will go to VanWyck. the Tammany boss. Lookout for 200 few seconds. The husband was s.i d other acts of tho Esfcl 1878 BLOOD nominee, to Insure his election. Mr. majority in old Lincoln for the by medical assistance. George was the author of the single 250,000 L..J m ' ever nominated. Cleveland has received, tax theory and wroto a number of best ticket Queen Vic totho following cable from PRIVATE L books to advocate it and other economThe people know that It is no rebuke ria: Winsor Castle Felicitations on . y-ical problems that he sought to be made to republicanism to vote for MEN DISEASES Hindman, this tho day of your happiness. May into laws. CURED who aided and abetted the election of your heir bring you joy. IN appealing to its followers, who, it McKinley. They know that they can Tho greatest loss by tho tire in the fears, will go square over to the ene- only do so effectively by voting for general otllces of tho Wabash Railroad y my, as in the McKinley election, which Shackelford, whose election CURED Company in St. Louis was the destrucscorns as sure as his calling was last tion of records of tho past .15 years. was intended then, the Courier-JournMAM u YniINn mfln BKalrmt naturo 7u 'h"i lUUilU says: "There is not the smallest summer. The actual loss is $:i(0,000. when litnnrnnt of tho terriblo crlmo you similarity between this year and last. wcro cornmittlnif. DM you only contfder tho fA5cinatinc allurement of this oil Lincoln county democrats will show The irrand jury at Wilkcsbarre, ' Then the country was In Imminent pe and liahtt? When too l&to to arold Ihu tor. Martin !JmlKe Suulloy how they appreciate his Penn., has Indicted Sheriff riblo results, wcro your cyca 0encl to ril. It was belcagered by a social, on the charge of murder' his deputies your peril? l)id you Inter on in d financial, political revolution fateful, spienuiu service upon me ucnen oy giv- for shooting into tho strikers at Lnttl- -' contract liny rKIVATL' or 1II.OOI) dijeawV Wcro you curod? Do you now ing him a big majority. Good reports directly fateful, in all its consequences. and thou fcoomo alarming rymptouii? mcr and killing 19 men. No such emergency faces us at this come from the other counties, Mercer iro you marry in your trecnt coTho Pullman estate, popularly estindition', i'ou know. "LIKE FATHKIt, heading the list with a prospective maC.-is evidently afraid time." The IilKH J?ON." Ifmnrriod, aro you mated at from $:i0,000,000 to S.10,000,- -' lirinir in dread? I marrinKo n that Bailey will iret more National jority of 1500 or more. failuro with you on account of any $7,000,000 while 000, inventories but cauicd y early abiuo or later ex. Democratic votes than Hindman. Ik you are for having the will of the Barney Barnato'a 8100,000,000 has cocs7 Have you been ilruireod with mercury? This boohlot will jioint out to majority respected and want to correct "washed out" less than $r,000,000. you tho rciulti of tlico crimen and imint The Louisville Times Bays that Hind- a wrong made, wo shall say in all chur- - A Bourbon county Negro was given a out how our NKW .MKTIIUI) will iKuitivelr euro you. It man neither expected nor desired elecity, through the Ignorance of one who life sentence for killing his wllo with a shown how thnuMmln have been navml hv tion to the appellate clerkship. Blesspur NEW TIIKAT.MIINT. It i.mvci should havo known better, voto for free blunt Instrument, and granted a new how wo can MUAHANTKE TO (JUKE ed are they who expect nothing for bonds to trial by the court of appeals because It turnpikes and then for tho vorlly they will not be disappointed. pay was proved that sho died of poisoning, j for them with. The truth of tho business is Hindman Train records show that tho railroads saw a chance to travel over tho State Ix Its new suit the Central Record is brought 40,300 people to Nashville for, CllAHOES, KIDNEVand ULADDEH (lucascs. free of expense, and doubtless with as pretty as the picture of a tho celebration of Thomas day at the some pay attached, and ho very quickProsperity with a big ?" Centennial Exposition. CURES GUARANTEED There was. ly accepted tho chance to gratify his must havo struck our good brother, 'Tbo Wage of Sin" wnt frcfl by not room in Nashville, for ull to sleep. enclonlng Ho stamp. CONSULTATION egotism. It was his last chance to do Louis Landram. like a cvclono to cnablo v Gens. Welsscrt and Vnndervoort. exj FIIKK. If unable to call, writo for 60. Hereafter his name is Dennis. him to make such improvements these grand commanders of the G. A. R. UUKhTlUW UliA.Mi for HU.MU TREATMENT. hurd times. havo secured 22,000 acres of land in tho XR(S. Gen. Longstkeet gets Gon Wade coast region of Texas, on which they . Hampton's place on tho U. S. ruilroad Mr. Cleveland has at last attained colonize veterans of tho lute commission. Both were Confederate a distinction thnt gives him more real expect to 122 W. FOURTH STREET, war. Already ouu lamtties are en routo generals, but the latter did not sell his joy than his two elections to the presiCINCINNATI, O. to it. birthright to the republicans immedi- dency. Ho is now tho p"oud papa of a Reports from all over tho yellow feately after tho war for a mess of pot son, which with its handsome mother, ver district are of a most encouraging i tage, as did tho formor, who is guilty is doing well. 60 YEARS' nature. At New Orleans a heavy rain , XPERIENOE. of the furthur Infamy of defaming Gen. McKinley was at the fell Sunday aud It is expected that maPresident Lee. Commercial Club at Cincinnati Friday ny now cases will develop in conseTliERichraond Register, whoso plant and was given an ovation. Ho came to quence, but cold weather Is anticipawas recently burned, devotes tho lirst Ohio to voto and help whoop up ted after the rain. In view of the generally Improved conditions in Missispage of its Friday's issue to a descrip- things for his master, Murk Hanna. sippi, the State Board of Health has tion of its new outfit, which includes a TRADE MAKS, Memphis modified tho quarantine. DE8ION8, splendid "Triumph" Cottrell Cylinder, News Briefly Told o. OOPYRIOHTS had only threo new cases. several job presses and a gus engine. Anyone sending n sketch and description may , Milwaukee left New quickly McorUla, free, whether an Intention la Tho disentery epidemic in Japan has The steumshlp Mr. R. Leo Davis did tho write-upand, probably patentable Communications strictly confidential. Oldest asency for securing patenu caused 14,203 fatalities to date. Orleans Sunday with the largest caras ho always does, did it well. In America. Wo hare a Washington office. Patents taken through llunn A Co. rocelra Five of the men imprisoned in amino go of cotton over floated, having on pedal notloe In the The Winchester Sun issued an extra at Scranton, Pa., lost their lives. board 23,850 bales. In addition tho 8GIENTIFIQ AMERICAN, Saturday, which teemed with demoA child at Anderson, ship carried 30,200 bushols of grain, beautifully lUustratod. largest circulation nt BUT scionuu Journal. weeklr.tennsH.0u a yeart cratic utterances and Earnest appeals Ind., weighs less than threo pounds. 33,818 pieces of staves and 2,300 cars. ILsOsJx mouths. Hpeclmen copies and Thn KnlcrhtH nt PvtMns nf Tfnfnn It would take 500 freight cars to trans- - Boost on iUtbxm soot free. AddreM tuuia for all who call themselves democrats MUNN CO.. I lad., are building a 925,000 Castle Hall, to rally to tho support of democracy. port the cargo. Ml Braj1wr, Mrr Ttwk. poor-house n, injured, five dangerously Blanco, tho new captain genoral, has arrived ut Havana and Woylor, tho butcher, has sailed for Spain. A woman belonging to a theatrical troupe gave birth to a daughter on tho train while nearlng Canton, O. Joseph Howser was cut to death In a druuken brawl In a houso of ill famo in Louisville, by a man who escaped. old colt with six A and legs Is a curiosity feet which Valparaiso, III., Is proud of. Capt. W. U. Abbott, tho Louisville lawver, died from Injuries received in a collision with a bicyclist. Tho king of Slam has condemned a member of his suite to bo executed for a breach of etiquette committed at Lisfour-montwell-develop- ed well-know- The arrest of Wlllinm Matthews In mill at Atlancotton-oi- l ilostrnvml hv lire Sunday at a Boston, for robbing mall boxes has led ta nn to tho discovery of a gang of thieves loss of 117,000. Thirteen men were killed and throe who havo operated in many cities, and probably fatally Injured In a initio dis who have secured thousands of dollars from stolen letters. aster in Mexico. The president has pardoned Louis boys Bombay, 111., two U were fatally wounded while imitating Rcdwlne, now In tho Columbus, O., fulfil.......... , ...... fnnltfttii1 ... Atlfltltfi FOH GKKATKIt MONEY-SAVIN...... titrit tlll'l nilfl V..U. 1VH.U In ..VI....... 1'OSSHIII.ITIKS. J tho James brothers. every building six years ago for complicity in the loss Floods washed away In tho vllhiira of Amahuda, State of of tunds In the failure of a National We have havo thoroughly demonstrated the fact that wo aro selling goods remarkably cheap. Our system of ''Small Profits Often Kcponted" is one thnt commends bank. His term would expire Novem Chihuahus, Mexico. Itself to tho people and we invite further and contiiniom A postal clerk was arrested at Den- her 4. ver for stealing a registered mall Vill VICINITY NEWS. age containing daughter of Georgo A George Brown, a leading citizen of Toops, of lluntlngtown, C. died from Je.xsamlno county, Is dead. tho effects of a rat bite. The Vanderbllts bested tho KentucDuring a hay ride at Pittsburg tho ky State College foot ball team Satur- Our prices for this week can not fail to interest you and our hnrgalns are Hiibstan-tia- l, wagon was upset and '2d persons were day at Nashville GO to 0. Tho bona fidu ones that will hear the Centres so. The Georgia I I G Paving the Way INVESTIGATION ! beat the Wesleynns Miss 12 toO. Porofl, of Somerset, aimed to frighten a cow and the bullet from her rllle struck the animal. Hor father had to pay $10 for the cow. A three-year-ol- Very Closest Inspection. Hoys' Heeler Suits, ngo 1 to 11 years, f I to f'J. Hoys' double breast suits 75 cents. Men's all wool brown plaid suits for J5. Men's black and blue. Cheviot suits 3.50. Ignited while playing around the tire Hoys' overcoats in all stylcn at 11 to 18. Men's Overcoats, tho largest variety that wo place and was fatally burned. have over had, 2.60 to 35. Men's and Hoys' Hoots In tho biggest variety we ever John Duffy and William Smith, charged with cracking a afu at Wood- hnd on hands. d daughter of T. V. Ferrll, of Somertct, got her clothing n bine, were arrested at Mlddlesboro. Several hundred dollars' worth of property was found In their iwssesslon. Kobert Sa.vyors. deputy circuit clerk t of Bell county, was shot at from amJust received a new lino of box p laid Skirts, the latest styles, lined ami interlined' bush near Wasioto. the bullet killing velveteen bound, nt $1.75 and up. the horse he was riding. It Is supposed his life was attempted by a political enemy. Mrs. Fox, of Marksbury, has n bush with 177 fully formed chrysanthemums on it. This was a rough count and it is Wo are hnviug new arrivnlseverv week of the believed that it contains more than 200 blooms. Who can beat thU ? Lancaster Record. James Brooks, of Hockcastlo count), onco a colonel on a Kentucky governor's staff, after a term in tho Ohio penitentiary, is In jail at Williamsburg to answer to a ehargoof obUtlulng monCapes niul Clonks. It will pay you to examine our stock before you buy. ey under false proion&es from L. L. Ladies' Skirts. Capes and Cloaks. Newest and Latest Styles, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A.2UUHANSKY T. I). KANEY, A CO , PnoriuCTOiw. MANAdKii. Emi- Cyn-thia- na pun-Ishab- lo Paris, Carllslo, Ml. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg, rynthinnn, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. to-da- y. Expert Glass Cutters. jWindowLig-ht- in-th- e Furnishedg In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. s WBGES SIN CRAIG & HOOKER. mti&tS8ffiffljWr4&EHSEBE6&&m post-ofllc- es I to-d-ay UnDGRCMinG IJY nt -, n I J. C- - M' CLARY, I !53fi523E? to-da- al 250,000 carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Utigfiy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- sc Square, Stanford, Ky' ir'ivriyj'--i'T.:Tri'N,r-ix-r-.i.- i Practical Trimmer, Enibalmer and Funeral Director. Also mnn-hoo- wi iP7vwiflrsv7VflKILvr?mLrEjl M J. ly weak-nc- ' THKAT-MKN- T nnSJ xz 2? s3 r & 'A ' a n " -i a y d sweet-six-tccne- r. ff5Pf o M -- 3 " f3 . v ( ( I Kennedys Kergan High Locust Herd Reg; Poland ciiinas. Fon of Kiovor's Modol, No. 29,719, tho greatest lirucrtlni; hoc IIvIm". mid HITNniPV'n CLAUDE, No. 13,601, son of tho World's Columbian Olmmplon, Clftu.R.', No. H 007 Kin no1 worvlco. A fow nIiow PPy old enough to breed, and sn for :ilo, TuN stock 1m strictly OmUcli&s In every respect, with u bred d a Mo-HinTc-falt- I Headed toy U. S. MODEL, 1)0. 38,353. yK "dy fr seo my bogs. A fow fresh Jersoy Cows for salo. pedlgreei. Eggs, il Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como "" ' Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth Pckln DnrU tor 13. A. E. HUNDLEY, llox 1U5, Danville, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- ld Is Receiving his- - FALL f AND WINTER -- cioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call; GOODS. -!- ... !- !- $1,000 to loan on THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., real estate, Inqulro at thin olllco. Leqoins. Heat quality at Craig -- As , DEMOCRACY ON TAP, THE UNTEKUIKIHD GATHER IN LARGE NUM1IEILS TO SEE IT DISPENSED. A 5 LOVE ? Hooker's. Fkesii barrol country sorghum at - Nov. 2, 1897 HlgginsA- - MoKtnncy's. Loaded shells and hunter's supplies at the lowest prices. Y. B. Mcllob-ort- FAMILY AND A Mackintoshes, Rubbers, E. C. Walton, ltos.Lvr.s8 Manaoeil las, Overcoats, fc Son. Shoes etc. Umbrel- FEAST. MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. t 8. Although not conceived till Friday, and consequently advertised but a day, tho democratic rally and wind-u- p of l'KKSt'itiiTlONS aro filled right and tho campaign at Walton's Opera Houso at right prices at IVnuy'it Drug Store. Saturday night was nttended by 400 or f)00 voters, every portion of tho county PERSONALS. "o being represented, whllo numbers Good Goods at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices, camo from Boylo and Casey. It was a Mlta. Kl IS'HVIUH, went to Louisville Goods sold on time but one genuine, old fashioned family reunion, yesterday to visit her brother. In which democratic silverltes and W. K. Wilson has been appointed democratic gold bugs got together and postmaster at Wasiota, Boll county, vied with each other in urging earnMus. Makoaiilt Woods, of t!ar-rarestly and eloquently the election of the is with hor daughter, Mrs. J. C. full democratic district and county Iluys. tickets. It was really good to have of Biod-lieaMus. J. Thomas Chuiiky, been there and thoso who were so for is at Joseph I'rico Inllnnary for tunate will remember it as one of tho trentmunt. N. B. Where you have more than one quality of any drug orhappiest occasions of T. J. IllLL, .lit., and Joseph MeAlis-ter- , There seems now to bo not tho. The first speaker tho campaign. G. dered, and when we do not specify the maker, was Col. W. Jr., are reading law with Hill & Haughman. least doubt of the election of the full and the way he went for the Mcllobcrts. Mr. W. A. Lewis, of democratic ticket and by a good major- Welch PLENTIFUL. Dick Hamito.V, now engaged with the Hales Well section, tells us that ity. Don't take It for granted though, republican Nntlonal, State and county the L. it N. at Julllco, camo homo In the crop of rabbits is exceedingly largo but go to the polls nnd mark in tho administrations was as rich and as caustic as his powerful command of the onlor to vote. this year and that in a half day's hunt square under the rooster. English language could make it. Their . Mil William Dauohkuty, who has he and several friends bagged 00. buon oiy 111 with kidney trouble, is SUHHElL Mrs. John Surbcr, of pilferlngs from tho public, said he, onslowly improving. WlULi: Squire Clayton was riding Highland, died suddenly of heart dis- ly differed in amount and degree. It That is the way our orJers to vi Me.aler-and that's why your A. A. McKinn'EY, Jit., of Montgom- over Forestus Reld's farm Saturday ease, aged about 2.'). She was recover- was petit larceny at home, grand larery, Ala., camo up Saturday to spond a morning a horse kicked at the animal ing from a spell of malarial fever and ceny at Frankfort nnd wholesale rob- prescriptions are always propeily filled here. whllo with his father. he was riding and striking the squire's was considered out of danger when the bery nnd plundering at Washington. summons came. Besides a husband The Dlnglcy tariff bill was the most Mil J. N. Cahteu, after a long lay leg, broke It just below the knee. assigned to Searcy's disoff, has been the gigantic steal over perpetrated nnd Stamp at tho rooster's feet In tho she leavesofseveral small children, old. all honest men would acknowledge It tillery at Luwronceburg. youngest whom is but a month balless than a year hence. His eulogy of Mil and Mus. J. W. Hastin, of hqunro enclosing him and let your lot go at that. That will mako your Pittsburg, wore on Friday's train reRain. As Tommy Ball predicted Judge Saulley nnd tho entire ticket voto count for tho entire democratic with his usual certainty, turning from Louisville. tho long dry was eloquent nnd his appeal for ks daughter of Mr. ticket from appellate clerk to consta- spell lias at last broken up in a rain, support was as earnest as it will be Miss Lisuhk Jones, ble. C. M. Jones, of the May wood section, and the earth Is wetter than it has been effective. Ho himself was for it heart Is ill with typhoid fever. ATtho Turnersvillo Christian church since last June. It began to fall Sun- and soul, as he was for anything demoII. Liu: Tatk. a good friend of the next Sunday night the union meeting day afternoon and kept steady at it cratic against republicanism with all Its corruption and rascality, and for 1. J., but the hottest republican in of tho Christian Lndeavor Societies of with short intervals till last afternoon a white man's government over that of Friday. Kockcasllo county, win hero Stanford and that place will be held. and more wns promised last night. Uait. J. 11. Do UU LAS, of Jelllco, An interesting program has been ar- "Fair and probably frost Tuesday morn-Intr- Negroes and their few disreputable bosses. was on Friday's train bound for Leba ranged and tho invitation is extended Judge R. J. Breckinridge, who says Wo don't know how you will vote non to assist In some Knights Templar to everybody to bo present. as 'tis none of our business. Rut The rads are swearing vengeance ho neve falls to respond when the call fK work. when you take the voto In ymr family as to where you buy your IT Ih reported that If elected sheriff, ngulimt any of tho colored brothers comes from Jlncoln or Casey, was Mil Mouuison Hiikciciniiiixik, of ills fatlior, James C. King will mako Tom Bene who voto tho demociatlc ticket thus j greeted with a house shaking npplauso D.uivlllt!, accompanied constable, one trying to Intimidate them. Tho bluff when he arose to speak for democracy Judgu II. J. Hrookinridgo, huro Satur- dict, tho of his deputies. We do not know that V.U111, HUT, wiuuu us wiu maun, ui iu- - aniituo democratic ticKet. iic con- day night. (32 Mil and Mils. S. V. Rowland, of this Is true, but if It is Gov. Bradley day's election will bIiow. Tho colored fincd himself principally to contrasting Danville, havu returned troin a visit to will havo to use his pardoning machine man is a very small jKitato In the oye the possible, If not the probable, rc-IK the republicans until his vote is HUit of the election of Capt. Herndon o.vGov. I). It. Francis, at St. Louis, on Benedict before lie is eligible. We would like to havo your support. Wo promise a faithful service, gMd needed aud then he grows monstrous who is it relative. circuit iuduo. with Net?ro lurv RICH Young, of the Highland sec- sweet. oU. low prices and polllo attention. MlSsRllODA LLWSKOUD wont up to commissioners and Negro jurors to pass upon the liberty and property rights Ml. Vernon Friday to soo her niece, tion, a rocunt convert to democratic CIRCUIT court was Inaugurated yesMr. Mattio Klrby, who lias a nourish- faith, has named his new boy Garland terday by swearing in tho .following of white people, and appealed with Bakor, for his friends Garland Singleing school thuro. earnestness and eloquenco for tho voto- grand jurors: J . R. Rales, Cicero Reyters to avert such a direful result, no Miss Maiiv Clay Thompson, the ton and Granville Baker, who will l'jr j oil with n lioue full of good-- Wo sell goods solely on their merits nolds, C. L. Crow, Win. Moroland, J. knew Judgo Saulley as one of the purnoted IxniUvlllo beauty, who has been day bo elected to the olllces of school nnd wc ol'ove ii-r- , article wo oiler jou Is worth tho prlco asked, superintendent and assessor respective- - S. Hundley, C. C. Withers, Alcv Mar- est men and a most competent and just with the Missus lackey sovural weeks, tin, Win. Coolcy, D. McKittrick, T. V. iy. and said his administration had returned to hor homo Saturday. Tuttlo, II . T. Bush aud Win. Beck. judge, Mil W. L. KvaNS has rented W. II. The Kith birthday of littlo MUs Ma- Judge Saulley attempted to deliver the been such as not only to deservo but to Illgglns' property now ooeuplud by J. ry llurhce Hundley was celebrated Sat- charge but his voice failed him nnd he demand endorsement. His plea for We Ik'IIovc u visit from you will convlnco you of this fact. K. Hruco and will move to it as soon as urday by her giving a party and Inviappointed Mr. J. B. l'nxton to finish it, him and all the democratic candidates the latter can find a sultablo location. ting alKiut i" of her little friends and who did so with his usual clearness and was in his best vein nnd the way it Mltfl, J. S. OWSLKY, JlL, went to tichoolmatos. An excellent dinner was comprehensiveness. Mr. II. T. Bu&li was applauded showed that It was not e served at I o'olock and together with was appointed foreman. 10. B. Richie in vain. Franklin Saturday to nttotul the Mr. Lewis games, etc , the time was pleasantly made application for license Hon. R. C. Warren next took the of hor brothur-In-lnw- , Drv Goods, Clothing and Shoes. to practice who Is very low of cousuinp- - passed from J to 0 P. M. Phillips, CSS law and Messrs. R. C. Warren and J. stage and made a glorious report of Y6 lion. B. l'axton wore appointed to examine democratic prospects in tho county .MIL (.iJrOUdi: S. CARPENTER says MRS. M.utY .1. MlLLKit lias taken him, after which the court adjourned gained from a pergonal and cloe canrooms with Mrs. Alloc Cloyd and will that tho long drouth of lfclttl wound up vass of it and exhorted witli his true till Thursday. lond the winter in town, with the on the "."ah day of October of that year democratic fervor the voters of this hope of relieving the. long, dreary days with a snow about a half foot deep. Be Fatal Accident. Thomas Clark ac precinct to lino up ror too (ray ami was that day at LaVerno, Teun.. with cidontally shot himself near his homo show the rest of tho county what she of country life. t that ('apt. Robert I). Logan's Co, A, 0th Ky. In Boylo county Thursday afternoon can do for our splendid ticket, which he llKl'Oltr comes from V. SiMiuorc aeoldantly got a Cavalry, commanded by Cols. J. War-ih- aud died three hours later from the ef- eulogized and commended to all honot Mr. A. Giigsby and Thomas W. Napier. iimmHu in her throat that could only fects of it. He and some friends wore men for their suffrages. He had spoken Hi extracted by surgical operation, out rabbit hunting aud stopped to rest. bo much recently that ho did not atGOOD KNOUOH.Jamcs Rambo, who widen was to have been jHirformed While he sat upon u fence Mr. Clark tempt a long speech, but what he said wld out at Maywood a few weeks ago raised hie gun up aud the hammer was to tho point and yesterday. with telling effect. with tho intention of going to Illinois, striking A DOL'liLK column picture of Mr. L. against his foot tho weapon Seeing the Senatorial nominee, Mr. his mind when stnrting timo Gentlemen: In reply to your LIp.s Don't Go. Messrs. It. K. Wonren & Son. Stanfoid n changed 1). Hampton, late of UarboiirvlUe, was discharged, the entire load enter- Georgo T. Farris, in tho house, the strictly on Its makers Drill camoand decided that Kentucky was ing his breast. His companions hasti- crowd began to yell for him and ho re- letter will say that tho KentuckyIn HNe papersmindsno purchaser ofmerits) thoneed icar light any rod in one of hut week's Issues of the and this drill tho their law suits In couit and not good enough for him. Ho bought W. real merit when their o ho ly removed him to a neighboring cabin sponded in a few words, assuring it legal entanglement. peoplethat other drills mus-- t Wo delkient Inprotection. Yours, llren-nu- n great Now York Journal, with a big (). guarantee Into buliig them. Watts' farm of 00 acres near High and surgeons were makers seek to scare write-uof him and Ills chair of joursent for. Tho wound that things were till right in Garrard .t Co.s' Western Agriculturil Works. Loulslllo. Sept. 2. mull's wont work. There land Friday for $700 and will settle was in a too Eurmen. can seo for themselves. nalism in Valparaiso, Ind., College. vital spot, however, and aud that If Lincoln would do as well, Is no mistake alnml this machine being good old "county of L. Yantis, of Lincoln coun- ddwn for life in tho Mus. J. death ensued shbrtly after they arriv- ho would represent tho district In tho Lincoln. ty, is visiting relatives at this place. ed. Mr. Clark was about 22 years old next Upper nouso of the Legislature As Col. Welch said in hishpoceh, we and is siioken of as a most excellent nnd do it to the best of his ability, ne- Miss Alma Oann will leave Thuraday for Lincoln county to visit friends and can stand u mean president, put up young man. Ho was a brother of Miss or bringing discredit upon us. relatives. Mr. June Held, of Huston-vill- witti u mean governor and scufllo along Lou Clark, tho elocutionist, who Is The most enthusiastic and sanguine n was In town on business. Som- with a menn Congressman, but it would hero and great sympathy speaker was Judge J. W. Alconi. llo absolutely bo unbearable to live under Is felt for her in her sudden and terri- felt that victory was in the air for the Ue)orter. erset Tiik many friends of Al. G. Huirman such un administration as will result ble bcrcavemont. She and her broth- democratic ticket, the per&onnal of Mr. which could not bo improved on. Tho are glad to know that ho is meeting from tho election of such creatures as er lived with their brother-in-lawith much success running the New n majority of those composing tho re- Reuben Gentry, at Elmwood Farm. Ho republican State and county adminisMyers House, at Stanford. Al Is one of publican ticket. Let every honest man was a native of Woodford, but had trations had disgusted tho people and We are making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our vou will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making theso untin? cleverest fellows in the world and see that such a jKisslbility is averted. In Boylo for several years, whero they were in tho humor to put tho seal lived . precedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact lias If his guests don't get what they want customer It bocma to be tho general impres- ho was known for his many estimable of condemnation on that party by roll always proven itself where aprofits. favored us with a call. Wo are here for busing up such a majority in Lincoln that iness, quick sales and small it's no fault of his. Lancaster Record. sion that Geo. B. Cooper and S. M. Ow- traits and open hcartcducss. would redeem it for all time to come. ens uro In moro danger than any of tho Read and Act. Beforo this issue It is not now n question of which tickHOME NEWS, ' democratic ticket, not that thoy are not shall havo reached some of its readers et will be elected. The question of as worthy as any man on it, but becauso Danks'. tho battlo of tho ballots will havo been how largo will bo tho democratic Latist stylo cuff links at Branch Store nt Ilustonville, II. It. Camnitz, Manager. opponents are moro respectable their waged and won when wo will know pos- majority was the only ono now to bo Loaded shells all sizes ut Craig & thnn tho rest of tho republican itively whether tho people of Lincoln Hooker's. That fact should cut no figure. Cum- favor a continuation of tho republican considered.suchItanwas almost useless to nudionco as confrontappeal to mins and King represent principles en1'URE country Sorghum at Wnrrcn misrule and incompetency or whether ed him. Ho knew that evory man tirely antagonistic to democrats and thoy want just such good men as the would do hla duty and uso all honora-bl- o it Shanks'. no domocrat will think of voting for means to secure the election of tho Seo them. Put tho mark under tho rooster democrats huvo offered placed in manNEW sterling silver novelties. agement of tho county's affairs. We ticket from Saulley down. Tho judge's Danks, tho Jeweler. and theroby voto tho wholo ticket, inshall know whether democrats or recluding our oxcoliont nominees for publicans aro in tho majority in tho speech wns liberally applauded and it NEW raisins, currants, figs, citron, was counted one of tho very best of tho clerk and sheriff. county, whether higher or lower taxes evening. nuts, &e. Higglns & McKtimcy. Calls for Saulloy, who had gotten in THE entertainment for tho benefit of are wanted and whether decent, honest DRIED Fcnchcs, Apricots, Prunes tho colored school building was well at- men or turncoats and incompetents aro lato from Wayncsburg, filled tho house, and Apples at Warren & Shanks'. - r" tended and proved a very creditable tho preference of tho pcoplo of this but he could hardly speak louder than o of Stanford one. Tho songs aud choruses wore good, grand old county. Tho people know a whisper a'nd had to decline to make a THE "middle set" 20 In numbpr, enjoy-ed- a Dr. and Mrs: W. I). Tardif carrying off full well what has been going on since speech. girls, borne republican party uon. Harvey Helm responded to chestnut hunt Saturday, but suc- tho honors in a duet and responding to tho In getting only what chestnuts a request from tho white people for an gained hold and If they want a halt call loud calls, however, nnd made a rat ceeded by plac- tling good speech, full of confidence-oveother number. Tho drills of tho littlo ed they can easily do so y they bought. stencil at the rooster's feet. the result of the election and girls were executed with remarkable ing their TELEORAPH returns of tho election and must have required a Evory voter In tho county knows how urgent appeals for tho Stanford preprecision in this and other States will bo receivtraining. Tho reciUitiona to contlnuo it so you are confronted by cinct to roll up a majority for our tickRico tonight and read great deal of ed by Mr. Joo S. were also well dono and tho wholo pro a question in which wo uro all Interest- et, as he was confident tho other in tho passenger depot, udiuUtance to gram excited wonder that tho littlo ed nnd which only the voters can would do. His exccllont effort which can bo had for a small fee. If these lines aro read by you be- closed tho meeting and everybody went KMCWVgg-pppprfolks couiu pcriorm so unoiy. xuo on- In a light be- tortninment concluded with a cake walk fore you voto, for tho sako of your away determined to seo that republican HURT. Peacemaker Negro at in which four couples participated and county, your family, yourself and last, rule will only bo a miserable memory v tween Hardin Bcldon and a Pcndlo-to- n always Imitated. The Superior Is the Genuine Disc Drill. Has been an did some fantastic walking. Allon Jlill but not least, for tho sake of decency, In Lincoln county. H. fi aro Rowland Suturday night Mr. and gives satisfaction. Xll other DiscInDrillsU. S. an oxiierimont aad com Court against one t was and Dora Simpson won tho big cake voto uuder tho rooster and not for tho Suit has been entered the in attomptlng to soparato thorn, Lookout for floaters, says a Junction paSy for "ufrlngcmcnt. Farmers, Investigate before baying. and Charlie Hooker and Lula Clay tho ticket which was nominated by a gang in Btruck on tho head with a chair Tho proceeds amount to nf :trt ronubllcana. about half of whom City message. Six Negroes got tickets hands, which cut un ugly gosh smaller cne. were clthor Negroes or their Inferiors. to Moretend Sunday. 175 gross. several inctaea long in his head. d, d, Hig 1'uitsiMMON. John Hright, Jr., brought with him from the mountains yesterday a persimmon which meas Stock must be reduced. Special in- ured nine inches in circumference and ducements to cash buyers. Couiu and 0 through tho stem. see. Mark Hardin. TUHKEYS. J. W. Christian & Tin: court of appeals has given the will slaughter turkeys in Stanford Uro. and attorneys of James Tudor .'10 days to:flle wish to buy 25,000, for which they or an amended petition. their agents, will pay the highest Wi: will havo on sale Tuesday and prlco. They will be ready for business Wednesday some lino novelties in silk Nov. 8. lined black and tdlk lined tan jackets. Dr. W. U. O'Hannon, secretary, Severance & Son. tells us that tho Lincoln County MediI AM agent for tho Kentucky Grow- cal Society will meet at Kingsville, ers Flro Insurance Co., the cheapest Nov. D. Dr. C. M. Thompson will open and best. If you think of Insuring, tho discussion on "Chronic Gastritis." don't fall to get my rates. Harry C. Sovcranco Low Cash Price To ALL. fllweiYS Send Uke Besti. red m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. $m$m$ g mwmmw$mm HOW WILL 70U VOTE ? to-d- ." m i 1 WINTER . of , fr GOODS I We Are Prepared I ISIO MORE; MO LESS- & bed-hid- $ SEVERANCE SONS. ...... The Best Now-por- ii Disc Drill MADE I BES1 d. ap-pa- Al-- p double-geare- B. K. WEAREN & SON. e, woll-know- Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MATTING. prl-pric- es W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. lay-ou- t. Col-leg- non-taxpayi- to-da- r pre'-clne- ts do-cld- o. ! wTTFiir vs -j- thor-nJd- in ttia ln-f- Bol-don'- B HIGGINS & WKINNEY. A n ' ..f.iff ..r. ,.. t ... j. - . ytffHfg . rir"- - -- i - n-- - mil, mi yw ' 'n''.' i " i;m... ' j in " mi y " I "' '"''J .iy.ii. Vi,r .- -., .T- - . i,llllIBI M !. ; V J J:' Clothing Store, Shoe Store, Hat Store and Men's Furnishing Goods Store at Lancaster. Where you can get the most for it. That's here at the Biggest and Best SPEND TOUR MONEY! AVe are ollerm- - Special Bargains In Men's Suits And Overcoats At $5.00, $7.50, M $8.50, $10, $12. Also Boys' Suits and Overcoats at $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4. Also a our customers the benefit of this. We were never A) -- t .fi mBatf nf Nnvfiltifis in Bovs' Suits And Overcoats at $5, $6, $7.50, $8.50 & $10. vuc bou-- ht goous early, before any advance in prices, at Liberal Cash Disopunts, and we propose to give jj00tsJ .uul giloes ti,an wo nro noNN-, bet-lii- esc At 11 ''nds of prices. JUUL KXND8 OP BOOTS ashu "rc ' c PXXWJCaC V'ifPr' Vj.f' 2C3n, 0 2Sa" Hats and Furnishing Goods to please the most fastidious. Give us a call. will convince you that we are the people to clothe you from head to foot. More For Your Money Than Any House Oilers or Your Money Back. LANCASTER, KY. SHELBY, list n i ' Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Hughes, of nro here with relatlvos. Ca)t. Miko Salter came home to vote. iTuaaiaya'And S"rt.d.o.-rMr. Claybourno Lcur, ago 1)1, says AT that in 1819 tho people had to hnul ico . PKUYKAK IX ADVAXCK and melt it to net water to bo used e charged. when killing hogs. will When not wpaM Put tho cross just undor the rooster's feet in the largo &quaro containing him and you will have done your duty to yourself and to your country. n Mr. James Reynolds, age OS. a TIME farmer, died at his home four Tho remiles from town Th.ur.-dnKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. were buried at Fork church Fri10.. m. and 4 p. m mains day. returning at i; iJ " Several of our citizens propose to DIVISION. KNOXVILLE guess at the. number of grains In a 12 37 p m bushel of wheat, in order to get a 2tu 5 Train going North " Ko.S " ,.12 01 pin chance at tho Intkhiok JouitXAL " bo"tu No. 26 27 p m Law-roncebur- p, THE INTERIORJOURNAL o LflNCflSTER. M.0 WmM v- Gil well-know- y. 'z -- - ", ,. 1 Forallll'olnts. tHB(JJGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGOAUB CULCKHD THROUGH. For anr Information enquire ol JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains rass Junction City as follows: 11 57 a N?. 2 North o. ..South tJ-- 5 p !&, 'Nous-N- 1":.8 o. lloirw " C 6 " "10 130pm 6 00am 9 and 10 City, neither South eo no furtherSundays. than Junction to they ruu FRANKFORT AID CINCINNATI VIAOEOHULTOWN. 5 and do not run Sundays, RY. A. j . 35 05 10 A.K. ir00 315 50 20 1155 5 0 Lve. Somerset, ' Jet. City. ArrCJeorgetojrn, Frankfort, ,.o... ...... Afifoo . f-.- l T"jl "6 30 G. 8 20 0 30 3 00 ... M Dlly except Sunday. Arr l'arls n p nERavWi r. A. ROBERT FISH, his Tho crack barber, Is now back at reaUy old to sUnd In Mm. Egbert's shavo and balrcut. All Clvo vou n More-room UiNt-cla- ss work sure to pleaso you. Crab Orchard, Kj. should call on him. He Is C5 305 Acres Fine Land well tered Mostly In wawell fenced, all the necessary Improve-and has Muo-Gras- F"OR s. SAL-E- l. U, Vr.wlll-.- il r 'rms pHfono.., Stanford, Ky. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. aiucaster, Newly furnished: uWn. Everything met trains. 2-.X-jI : cle.-- Kentucky. beds; splendsd Porters 89 first-clns- a. HiOG-S- . Du-rocs. row. crating. J. n. ii H. J. Registerrd Splendid individuals Both j,iasi raiiti i"iu KWV.thiH SnrintF's far Prices reasouuble. No chargo for ESS Dentist, MeSOBEBTS, Stanford. A. S. PRICE, iiurgeon i"4 t i Stanford, Py. Jfleaofer McKoberta Drug Store In tht Owsley Uulldlng. $y i. , prize of SIOO. The republicans arc boasting about having reduced the county levy, when everybody knows that it was good management on tho part of democratic administrations that left matters in a condition to enable them to do so. Some are much offended at me for that It is claimed that the fiscal court failed to do its duty in ad vertising for a rote on the bond question. Thero arc many who claim it and the report of that fact Is a legitimate news item, not given as a personal thrust, but to let the public investi gate that they may hold the proper parties responsible at tho polls. Tho last days of this heated cam paign are very lively. The republi cans had a grand rally at tho courthouse Saturday night, W. A. Gaines, colored, of Covington, being the orator for the occasion. A brass band, applause and tho usual republican harangue constituted the exercises, while the democrats were mingling with those In the outskirts, lining up and preparing for the fray. Now that the campaign Is over, there are good reasons for predicting a demd ocratic victory, if those who have party in the past will with the stand true to their colors. Let us vote together and Ignore personal dislikes. It is principle we vote for and not the man. We had as well renounce our religious faith because we do not like our minister. Beside this, the ticket Is made up of worthy and capable men. As many will see this Issue of the JOUUNAL before thoy vote, I desire to say that Mr. I. M. Myers, a candidate for magistrate in this precinct, did mean injustlco Friday by circulating posters, to tho effect that my items on advertising in time for the bonds and on tjio question of their validity, wero against free turnpikes and calculated to mislead the free turnpike people. Now everybody knows that I have favored tho bonds in theso letters and I intend to vote for them, feeling that they are cheaper than toll gate guards. Lot us deal fairly. I was only attempting to locate the blame on advertising too luto. Now let tho people decide that. As to their validity, that Is purely a legal question, upon which thero are conllictlng opinions. I hope the bonds will carry and let the courts settle the balance. Mr. Myers Issued another dodger the same day, claiming that Mr. R. II. Batson requested him to sign the first one and that he would not have done so if he had fully understood It. By this last act Mr. Myers seta himself right, so far as they are distributed. reiMH-lini- r ailll-iateIN-teki- ou Running races at Lexington, Nov. I & to 9, inclusive. One faro round trip ......... Proprietors. , dally via tho Queen fc Crescent Route. DK. UOIION THE VICTIM OF ONE. Ask LIVERY.FEED&JSALE STABLE Good until Nov. 10th to return. To the Editor of tho Intkrior Journal. V. C. your agent for particulars. Jt appears a scheme of our republiCity, Ky. O. 1. A.. Cincinnati, O. can friends (?) to misrepresent loyal TurnouU, promtt alteiilinn, very Boone's Another addition to Col. democrats in every part of the county Black Diamond Railroad Company, to reasonable rales. A ntloii of your utnnag la Is reieclfully solicited. and determined to boratoh Jlssatlslied Tide-watregular ticket. I learned Thurs- be known as "The Ohio River was iho anil Cynthinnu Company," day night last thai I havo been dislist, ncorj)oratcd at Frankfort. HOW LAND. KY.. tinguished by Inclusion with the Morgan, of St. Louie, Mrs. tt Is quite llatterlng to be esteemed a wants aJulia B. from Has Gone liack into the Coal divorce her husband be- representative citizen whoso example Husiness, causo he wont wash his feet often might contribute to tlomorallxnlion of enough to prevent un unbearable odor. And will kcepconstniitlv on linnd tho Jelll-cIgnorant and credulous but Fates deFalls llraui'h and other Uit Co;iN and ask tlio jtatrounge of th- public. Stanford SoiinlliSiig to A' mm. liver mo from ever subordinating a friends who want Coal can lenvo orders with that It principle to prejudice or profit. If I very nif Isi worth fnrreturlrK tothoknow mil the J. II. Illgclns, which will rvcvlvt prompt attiled lunt nipdli Ice T L SllKI.TON. Ititlrr.. tention llvo to vote Tuesday It will be tho tflth ton hetllhy vlor 1, act byclrlliit I voted a full dem ThUnmllcIno n utel- mpeUlde MoiikcIi, annual election that tone to tho none leiilrrs In the & ocratic ticket uttorly regardless of per- stlmnUlfi the llrer nd tlile)s .nil .Id. in throning oiriinnurltlesl. the Mood. sonal considerations. Ask tho fervent trie Htlti-r- initmiTvs the aii'tlte. aid. dlcration It who have, l pronounced IN prayers of righteous for tho misguided and very l"et lil'lby tliote and nerve totried Try the iirl0r bottle at W. Ir Me- II. r It .Nilil for 5H andil C'ot'ii iintl 1 lay. miscreant who slandered. lUiUrts' drug More I.xcliange, near the lUllruad Order OlQce and Your friend, Crowing, Depot Stns't, The Grandrtt I'tmedy. J. T. BOHO.v. - - Kontuolcy. Mr It II. (irreve, merchant, of ("hllhuwle, Va , Kidd's Store, Oct. 29. to Coal Void, Mill -- tnrt, lately J 11. lliggltis'. eertMes that he had ivnumtloii. wai given PRAYERS ASKED FOR SLANDERER. SHELBY H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Xaoolt Snai-tbrAN10ltt), KY. . Rln-earso- n, Junction Klrst-tlaa- t All kinds of npilrlng done at reaiuatii rates Upholstering a h laity .S.tutadlo i gn.raceed, er T. L. SHELTON, FIRE INSURANCE o. Insurance Company, OF IsROOIiLVN, - Uis-trl- - us IHt-- e SON, Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. COHL, DEALERS IfOUNDlCD 1HOO. lil R. B. MAHONY, Agt Stonford; NOEL MTANniKD. KY. FREE DITRIBUTION OF SAMPLES Of Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidnoy Pills, tho Universal Satisfaction gttarautm!. die, otti;hl all medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedioa he could hear of, nt many iilghu silting ui in a but got no relief, king's Nc chair; wa.1 Inuutnl to try ery ami was cured hyllieueof two Uittles. Kor lust three jears Ii been attending to huiues and nays I)r King's New Discovery is the priiidft remedy ever made, a it h.a done so much for him and alo furotlien In his commiiDlly lr. Kiiig't New DiMWery la guaranteed fur cuiighi, tvlil. ami Ilest Leaf Lard It d.m't fall. Trial twtlles freo at cousumptlon V. II. MrltoluTt' drug store. llnlk Slilc .Meat lr IIr. RRCES. .fi'ic diic o 3STOTIOE3 wl and railing ur wire ! Medicine for All Kidnoy Troubles, at Ponnv's Drug Store. Jiucklin's .Iniica Sahr. ve ring's Co ffci, inituir than Arbucklin 10c The !"t salve in the wurld for cuts,, brulnes 20c r gailon sores, ulcer,. salt rheum, Tever sonr, tetter, chap- OoimI Syrup ped bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption. 30c It positively cures piles or nopay required. It a Country Sorghum gurajte'l to give perfect atluctloii or money 11. For sale by W. We are opening up New Dried l'rkt UivuUcrbox. Mcltoberts, DrufgiH. s All iwrxins dexlrlnc liueusl I'oita for plank fence, fnnsjcau And wbat they wantat my sttin near t'olar (.'tevk.on the pike 1 Ira.llHg frm Crab On bard to Maufotd alto keep on band a supply of plank for friioins All kind f lumber lur bnllillng isiriov'., ali larvla and shingle. All t.mi desiring any artlrleuf this kind ran call on mo at my sloie near Cedar Creek. K It. W. blNOLiri'tlN. J.T.Jones, TINNING -- FOR SEVEN MAYS ONLY FREE FOR THE ASKING. 8150.000. Flro gutted tho Stock Exchange building at Pittsburg, causing a loss of A Word To You.; er Apricots, Figs, Butter Beans, Flake Horn" ny, Zjc, Zjc & PLUMBING, STANFORD, ICV Is now prepared to do nil kinds of I'lumbllig ami Tinning Solo proprietors of Deuii a Muck Dlnmoud Itoof I'alul. Telephone So. ao, residence Shop on Mill St , opnlt' J 31-- tf II. Ilaughmau A Co. 'a Mill. A WOUD TO- - Get oil rPhaves and Haircuts at lot of Infant's and ChiShop, lie Is the slickest nnd WonNohavoa Cloaks from SI. 75 to 3. ldren's CO best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. PROPERTY OWNERS. Are you Insttretl ? If not, why not? Thou-sntiof dwellings nnd barns good us y ours di Estray Notice. m Tanner Bros., McKinney lfr.l n.iu- - uiitiMiL Illxmt h(10 ll)4..lllOUt 7 years old an 1 without horns, came to m nou-- u Oct. 1st. uwner can gei same uv proving property, paying for her keep and this notice. slIKltMAN IUtL'CE, Mllledgevllle, Ky. A Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Every year. Involving the lo-- s of millions of dollars Why should yotl exoct to escape from j ear to ear Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OrsrANI'OltD, KY. Your Property May Bum THE QLUE-QnA33 ti HCnD "C-- i tTll " TJt"viA 1 y I Faii up Capital, Surplus, - 8200,000 00 17,603 80 Thoroughbred Duroo Jersey HED -. Ml, -- Within a year, within a month, hours, Wliy should you cxiioso mulation of jcars of homwt toll ii single llru, which can destroy hour ? Solliitlug it share of jour fully, Ite-po- vt It In au patrouago within 21 tho accuto loss by lly provlilons of Its charter, dcosltors am a .AlsvntiMl fmitl ... )m t hpflll ol. J UI1VHIO S"V1J .' t v I.uuIam vara ar....- ....... ills fully protected a4aredeilors In National Hanks, A held Individually liable to of this fatuous breed of swine In several Slates Hred 1U sli.iruholdera of different agisforsjle. tho extent of tlio amounluf their stok therein at splendid lot of pigsSallsractlouguarauiei the par value thereof, iu addition to llieaiuount In- sowsasecIalty' "" Address Penny's Drug Store, of this town, has tho vested In such shares. It may uct as executor, trustee. Ac., as fully as an individual. R. H. BRONAUOH. to patrons tho-- o goods reputation of offering Tendering our tnuuLsto tlioiH) who have entrustCrab Orchanl, Ky. only which are known to produce satisfacto- ed their buines to us o trust llicy will continue to do so, and weotler as a guarunltefor prompt ry results. to same our 'JO years axerluiice In bankLearning of the marvelous worth of Dr ing and ns lllwrul aceomuiodatlous as are uinslsteot Ilobbs Sparagus Kidney I'M, as evidenced wllli sound banking. T "" JULIUS HOBBS. M.D. X JESSE D. WEAEEN, Oeneral Agent, John Stanford, Ky II. CAStLUIAX. .0, IONIUM. . ?: A Boston young lady whoso sense of shame would not permit her to address Offlce on Lancaster certain unmarried clerk in ordinary English, called for a pair of garters thus: "It is my desire to obtain a pair of circular elastic appondages, capable of being contracted and expanded and 1897. are utilized for keeping In position tho Trie-- , habiliments of tho lower extremities Vull stookbof l'rult nnd Ornamental and which lnuato delicacy forbids me to Grapn Viucs. Small Fruits, ujvory thing for Orchard. I.awn and Garden. meutlon." The clerk fainted. "We liavo no agents but bell direct to tho Pink Spragglus had his head sawed planter, having onorinoucomml!iloiw. on application to in two while working at a n.ill at Oakll. V. HJLLEN5IEVER, land City, Ind. Leslnrtou, Ky. $1 veittist, Stanford, : Ky. street at Residence, : 11 Bins Grass Nurseries. FALL, DIRECTOH5. by the endorsement of cured ,,.itlonts and J. J. Williams, Mi. Vernon; l'reaclicrsvllle; druggists, G. t. Penny, mad arrangements W. II. Cummins, J. H. Owsley, J. S. Owsley, St., THE POPULAR with the Hobbs Hetnedy Co., to glvo, aljso-lute- ly W'VvfiWY S. II. Shanks, Oooch, William free of charge, to cverv pur-o-n In this J. F. Cash, S. J. Kiubry, A. W. Carjentcr; J. K. I.ynu, vicinity who may bo Interested, an opportuJ. N. Meuefce. nity to test tho value of thvsn l'llls as an orriCERS. agent for the speedy euro of nil forms of kid, S. U.Shauks. Fresldeut; J. II. Owsley, Cashier; ney disease andnllled troubles. I W. M. Hrlght, Teller tjf 4r Dr. Hoblis asserts that ho has discovered i -- i.l.ti,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,","lii"",,-, a remedy In his Sparagus Kidney Fills that M. ,4-- ' 5 BANK W will positively cure that most Insidious and common of all complaints which Is wrecking OK STANKOltD, KY. men and women by the scorodally, viz. Kid' Surplus, $15.750 ney Disease, except where tumors and ulcers Capital Stock $100,000. havo formed, requiring surgical operation. Attention ot the public Is culled to the fact that Tor ono week from tho date of this publi- this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. UnHank Act cation. Penny's Drug Stole, will giveaway, der the provisions ol the National capital stock, deosttors are secured not only by the stockholders' liability lor uu amount but by tho OF equaltu thestock so that deiKultors of this InstituI ivo sworn 4o any person who will call for a sample- box tion are secured by a luud ol $Jl0,0OU statements of the condition ol the Hank are made Sparagus Kidney Pills. of Hobbs ouch year to tlio United Stales (loveruuieutuud its are. nxamiutd at Maud times by government With each box will bo found a llttlo book T37 M TJP w- and perfect salet, on tho functions of tho Kidneys, giving Just agents, thus neuiiug additional to del09ttors. This Institution originally established as the Do such information as Is desired or needed by M Lo reorganized as Stanford iu 1S34, those suffering, from weak kidneys and uri- posit Hank ol Hank ofSlantord then 1M5 audugaiu iu 1V l 1 T-7 the National reorganized as the I'lret National Hank of btauford nary difficulties. had an uninterrupted No ono who Is affected by Kidney Diseas- In ltW'-- ', hasyears.pracllcillylietter supplied now wit', SS It Is ? I'uivu-J-. neeri es and allied troubles, should neglect tills lacllltics for transacting business promptly and libChicago, '' O. l A., Is offered to enable erally than bver before! n lta long and honorable m'jt.' great opportunity. It i sv n. ii en v. M. e of Individual, fiduciaries, lirms career. Accounts ' J , you to Judge of the merits of tho Hemedy. atd Individuals sollgltid. r!tX 1ll'T-V,Snii- i uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir UIHXCTORS. Vou do not havo to tako nny ones opinion F, Ileld, Lincoln J. W. Ilaydeu, Stanford but your own. It will cost you only the ask- S. T. Harris, " Co.; II. t. F. ltaugliuwn, ' " ing. J. S. Hockcr, McKinney. T Hill, W A. I rthble, " K. L. Tanner. CALL ON VOU FUEE SAMPLES, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. ItH RMBEE & GBSTLBMJIN. 4r4f FIRST NATIONAL '' tit rlT'itfc MANAOl.ltS, Is Oommerco JBuildinrj, Louisville. Agents Throughout tho outh. J "W. A- -- THIBBXaS, KlJNTUCKV. 371' m Local Agent, J Stanford, . --. J FREE CHARGE - ai-u- 4(v.aviti: J. B. HIGGINS, DKALlMt IN tj?trrjt jLasviU A 1 7 exist-eiict-f- Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, '' 4, Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Goal. Stanford, Kentucky. Penny's Drug Store, STANFORD, J.ll. T, Collier.Crah Orch'd; M. M, D.KImore, Stanford. J. Miller, ML Vernon OrFICKXk KY. S, llocker, President, J. J. Mcltoberts Cashier A. A. McKinney, AsaistuutCashler. i tvv v vvvTftvTvtrj jk "s Goods 'Warranted as Itoprcsoiitcd. Ottlco on Main Street, opposite Elmoro'H Store, ; J. L. TOTTEN. Salesman. 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