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VERNON. r,WSll''l"-r.JJ3C'?!"&kl2WWJKf'JI'' A fool republican In Ohio linn named Rev. J. S. Farrer preached hero SunFire at Bloomlleld destroyed u livery Tlio long drouth Ih ondod ut last. lro?uMiy. HUiblo and a residence. Six horses day. L'nilso tlio Lord ! IIul- In ISOit u divided democracy lout New wore cremated. Tho Aid Society will give a candy MigsLuey I'uiiiiinKion tfftvo homo In Yoii: Stuto by LMS.Iti'J. In 1S!)7 a united By tho bursting of a can of benzine party after the contest Friday eveloween jmrty at hur jilciiHiint That we have the democracy win MuecoBful by u majority during a llro in Philadelphia .'( men ning. tho country Saturday night, From were fecriourdy hurt. Ll,ttio Robert Fields, tho Infant son Tho prayer meeting at the Baptist of 40,000. Groat is harmony. HralcomtMi Will VnnMotor wus fatal- o' Mr. Wm. Fields, Is qiito ill with every Wodnufday nitfht Is woll harmony, heavenly harmony. thlH church or, ly injured in a wreck near Bowling dipthcriu. but a linger uttendunco Ih vernal fame boRiui. -- Louisville Vol. Mrs. Lee Houk, of Indiunu, has reIteeulpla of tho federal government Green on the L. .V N. earnoHtly desired. n turned home William L. Urldgeford, tho after a pleasant visit to Hrs. Alice Nowland Iiuh a now piano for October were $2I,:$!)1, Jlf, and ex- II. pendlturen ?:t:i.701.51. Mxcc.-- h of ox- When Mossi-hLouisville &tovo manufacturer, relatives here. Mi.--s Bessio and Mr. I n lnr urcttv homo. . , Jus. Houk accompanied her. and 11. call tliev can listen to nweet tun pundituresovur reculpts for the four died suddenly of heart disease. The W. C. T. U. contest at the court 'Judge Alfred Walling, a well known Hie and charming chin imwlc all ntoncc. months of tho present fiscal year is -Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gatnoa are hap- $.te,0l)'J,U10. Tlio llscal year begins tliu democrat of Keyport, N. J., shot him- house will be an interesting affair. The At Lower Prices than ever known public is cordially invited to attend. py over tho advent of a now baby, and 1st of .July eacli year. So much for the self to (loath just after having voted. Better goods and lower prices we Frank Hawkins, of Syracuse, N. Y., Admission free. Tlio medal Is a beaufor tho pleasure of the father we hope Dltipluy bill. give you and save your toll to Mr. Wattorson throws up the sponge fell from the roof of his houe while tiful one, of silver. It is a free Hllver democrat. Mr. and On the day of tho election three men Danville. Mm. Ward Mooro arc aleo rejoicing and sadly sayH in his paper of yester- walking in his sleep and wus killed. day: The vote confirms the position The Latham Hotel at Hopklnsville, were shot at the Crooked Crock preover one at their homo. : Mr. JamcHGrinin. of ArkamuiH. and of tho convention that nominated Mr. which cost 8100,000 and was appraised cinct. Ono Mr. Henry Lungford is dead, while Chess Payne and John to Scott, of Nlcholaavlllo. are Shackelford for cleric of tho court of at $50,000, sold at auction for 610,000. MIhh Aim J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville. TTIKUEUOUTS OF TENKiS. Sallto Pennington In tho appeals and repudiates tlio position of Tho coinage for October- aggregated Lawrence are in a critical condition. visiting; MMr. II. II. Baker is moving to his tho convention which nominated Mr. SO, 101500. as follows: Gold, SU.S 15,000, country. Tho Mtbe Tlshbaclc, of farm in the country. Mis Rhoda Luns-forare guests of Mr. Kobert Collier. Iliudman. It llxes tho relation of tho sliver &!,:01,000; minor coins of Stanford, was the guest of rel now kept in the democratic organization in Kentucky Four robbers In jail in South Dakota, Tho next to Drs. DooroB to the National organization of the overpowered their keeper, criminally atives here. MissBerda and Eva Maraiiiall and KdmUton'rt otllce. Tho 1. M. Ih hi democratic parly, at least through the assaulted his wife and made their es- tin gladdened their many friends here by n visit Saturday. It cape. accommodating and obllIn that It Ih next State am' National elections. Saturday proved a very cool day for almost a pleasure to lmvo to attend to is so decisive In charnctur as to leave Juinu II. Jordan, postmaster of Dennothing to conjucturo, and tho Courier-Journ- ver, took morphine pills, supposing the rally, nevertheless the crowd business there. has neither tho wish nor the them to be cathartic pills and died a evinced considerable enthusiasm, with Was the price of Mrs. Mollio Holders, who makes her s CLOTHING hy Vhc log cabin the lead. The band disMr. Kobert Collier's, and who purpoo to challenge It. Wo may re- few hours later. home at James Cochran, republican candidate coursed beautiful music before tho lost her buggy and harness when bis gret tho verdict against us, but we acbarn was burned recently, has boiijrht cept it, We shall make no further ef- for State Senator in the 0th Virginia court house, then joined the parade in new ones and makes her friends happy fort to direct tho party cotiive or coun- di&trict, died of apoplexy while on his a handsomely decorated band wagon. Mr. W. A. Morrow spoke to the enthu- Genuine Scotcli I'lnld Suits going like fiee drinks ut $4.25 JtSTXew goods by calling and tithing them out driv- sels, or to share in any of the responsi- way to the polls. arriving Wayne county gives tlio entire dem- siastic throng. The crowd was small, bilities of party leadership, having ng. daily, selected by and oven done our best, according to our ocratic county ticket n majority of bo compared to the one last year. Kiection day is In tho past and belief, to divert our politi- tween "00 and 2o0, with about tlio same The election passed off quictlyhere. old Sol nconis to smllu on tho returns o All parties worked liked bees, but not far. Kvurythlng pasted oil quietly cal aseoctates from a policy and pro- llguro In tho clerk race. A discharged gardener made an at- with the bolsterousiiess that characterihere except one or two little quarrels cedure, tlio end of which no man can and wmiu drunkunuuss. Old Lincoln now foruMjo, tho results of which we tempt to nsnapsinuto a prominent wom- zed some places in tho county. R. G. In Cincinnati and Louisville, who are my special agents for this work. See my Infants Cloaks utC5cnnd Ladies' Capes nt f 1.75 to2.25. county l democratic this time and Iiuh very much fear, both as to tho welfare an at Cincinnati. Failing in his at- Williams wus elected county judge by tempt, lie committed suicide. a large mujority; the other oflicers redeemed herself. Now whnt wo havo of tlio country sntl the party. A bill has been introduced in the were republicans, being Judge Colyer, to talk about? Georgia Legislature to prohibit foot county attorney: Mr. Henry Catron, men were passing tlio drug As Munw HUSTONVILLG. McKinney, Ky. ball playing In all Universities aud sheriff; Mr. Dick Miller, clerk; Mr. store near 11 o'clock Friday night they There will bo preaching at the Pres- other Institutions receiving State aid. George Griflln, jailer. Of the town huw an uuiiMially bright light lilniiiir The Union Pacific road proper, in- oflicers Mr. W. R. McCluro was chos through the door. On Investigating thuy byterian church next Sabbath. Win. F. Cubbell, wife and baby, of cluding the buildings and all that goes en marshal and ilr. C. S. Franklin, pofound that some sawdust near thostovo had caught on llro. Thoy found Mr. Lebanon, wore expected Thursday on a to operate the system, wus sold to tho lice judge. reorganization committee for $."7,501,-lCi.7lleazley hurriedly and thoy all put it vli-- to relatives. Ckaii Ouchakd, Nov. ;$. The proud Horace Holion, at Kidd's Store, capout in a few minutes. Only a few dolCourior-JournTho publishes pic- emblem of democracy, and his aide do tured a belled buzuird Weduesdav. A lars dtitnugu. n Joo IlrooKs oaiue Hiiiull lirtl iti..i,rlli'il ".1. A. F.iinciinii. tures of Willie, aged three, weight 110 camp Hobbitt havo piled the dry Moesrs. Will and at o leaves as high as Mount HhiiNtuli, &c. In fact all kinds of MI.cd reed nt the Knirhitid, IS.2," secured by a leather pounds, and Dullu May, aged two, SO to- vote, also Mr. It H. Hronaugh, home 3$ : on the recking carcasses of cor'won oil at the races In Clncln- 8lrui, an,i buckle, was taken from its pounds, children of C. L. Cartmill, of who has n p Who aided ruption and extravagance was imbedded in the Owingevillo. natl anl Lexington. John S. Ldinls-to- neck. Myers came feathers at buso of neck aud worn till While temporarily insane, Edward us and who is beneath the rubbish; Mc and Dr. Wm. Morris Wo are prepared to 'fn In for the eamo purpose. This Is Dr. tho bell was held in place by a slim Hamilton, a Worcester, Mass., banker, Klnley's Dlngloy tariff bill, Bradley's M . . Myers' last term at the Cincinnati Col tenure, which threatened early loss. shot and killed his wife aud damrhtcr. wholesale pardoning power, his corrupt fj e No fake in this item, being literally seriously shot another child and fatal- subordinates and Davison's lege of Dentistry. e ly shot himself. appointments and Dawson's Tlian any ono and now is the timo to buy liofore prices advance. Como The relatives and friends of Misses true. jjK and Scot's. Frank Hines, of Princeton. N. J., vote ! Now let some Democratic kjj When counting ballots at one of tho Lillian Huchanan and Kvu Sieger tiro . lire tho wholo pile, and make a i truly grieved at tliolr continued illness-Mrs- polls a ballot minus the log cabin .van wus bitten by a dog and thinking that yji and her mother, encountered. the canine was mud and that he might grand holocaust of them and he will be A republican olllcial Wm. Wallace Mrs. Jane lllgglns, of near Richmond, earnestly charged that the clerk had have hydrophobia, ho drank sufllcicut far more illustrious than ho who burnt Mrs. mutilated the ballot in tearing tho carbolic acid to kill him. the temple of Diana at Fphesiis. Let ure guests of Mra. Kittle King. William York, of Louisa, this State, everybody coma to Stanford Monday, Pettus ts vinitltig her daughter, Mrs. sheet from the stub and had a detailed Campbell, in Louisville, who Is said to search Instituted. Later similar muti- while drinking heard that his father (county court day) and hear all about it at the ringing of the bo quite sick. Dan Slaughter bus re- lations developed when a crestfallen wus looking for him aud rather than In the court-hous-e Montgomery, Ala., whero partUnn observed: "Oh yes! Thnt's havo him know of his condition he bell at 1 o'clock. turned from FONTAINK FOX ROIIUITT. ho was In business. Yellow jack scared chcacr than excursion trains aud jumped Into a river and was drowned. Frost was rcortod Wednesday from him homo for a visit to his best friend. trips.'1 Good Ficmtkks. Among those paProf. Goodknight and Ills motlior. Notice that Thompslo would visit us New Orleans. Mobile, Montgomery, ( ( pers which have made a gallant fight wife are boarding at Mr. Rogers' on Wcduusdny Insured htm an impromptu Memphis and Bay St. Louis, and the for democracy and from whoso storedepot trnot. They are here to use our ovation, when a line of cavalry met end of the yellow fever epidemic is be Y&K houses of wisdom and learning the CliVn medical waters. him at the outskirts of the city and lieved to lie at hand. There were 1)2 max has copied many contributions to sta- mounting him on a thoroughbred, an now caes Tuesday and 12 deaths, Mr Arch Frye, who has been After taking up a week in tho exami- campaign llteratdro, aro here gratefultioned hero for the past month, left for imposing cavalcade escorted him exy ly recorded: Tho Stanford his home In Doylo county Saturday. ultantly and triumphantly through tho nation of witnesses, the case of Banker JOUKN'AL, Louisville INTKKIOK Hy ills kind nnd courteous manner ho principal thoroughfares. Messrs. Ow- McKuight, tho alleged wrecker of tho He ens and North chancing to be present, German National Bank of Louisville, Dispatch, Winchester Democrat, Winmade many friends while here. t. Sun, Ml. Sterling goes to Mercer to bo a U. S. ganger. were included in the procession aud was continued till March 14,in account chester GeorgeParis Kcntucklan, Mr. Walker, of Lancaster, takes his were cordially welcomed to their share of the serious illness of Juror J. D. K town Times, Shelby villo News, Lebam Spalding, of Bardstown. lllgglns has return-- ' of West End congratulations. place. Mrs. S. A. &! Besides tho bloody encounter at non Falcon, Elizabethtown News, Glasj ..l fnun n r. tn Mrs. Dee I roll at John Price, of the Casey border, who gow Times and others. They havo Stanford. Mrs. Seargent is visiting at was shot a fow days after last election, Frankfort in which tlirco men were held aloft tho banner of democracy in Y&l Mrs. Sue Holmes'. A few "jags" are and barely escaped translation, donned killed, two fatally and one painfully inevery instance against violent opposi Our btock now complete at Lowest Cnsli Prices. is sadly $ at tho Springs Hotel and It & his feathers and war paint Wednesday jured, tlioro were numerous other fatal from their adversaries. When amusing to see such strong, handsome afternoon and invaded our city with a election allrays in Kentucky, besides tion & tho value of tho country press is justly men going over to Dr. Dick's oillce to war whoop and 6Woop towards John thoe mentioned in our extra. Lewis estimated, and it receives ita merited Ed be "shot" with tho Keeley medicine. Grubbs, when he was promptly pulled, Franklin was shot by Frank Smith in & reward, we shall not always be turning It is strange to us that people do not divested of his gun and decently tiled Ohio county and William Redmond by to the big dallies for either informa- m H K stutT as control their craving for tho away in the cooler. S25, ten days In Morrill Tartar in Russell county. At tion or inspiration, On the tripods of hrA Kvery tiling Now and Latest Styles in Writing Paper, Tablots and Cards. is much belter jail and municipal embroideries will Lexington Robert Dugan was shot by to use It to excess and tho papers mentioned above are men 7J to obey tho Htblo by touching it not at doubtless contribute something to the William J. MoNumara. Two Negroes )& able to cope with the best journalist in VK were wounded in an atTray at Paris and all. m young man'rt disgust with Bitter Creek K Krill Broyles and Jesso Patter badly the South, who can not be lured from fei x irregularities. tho peace aud quiet of an inland home fSf tfc wounded each other at Puducah. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. RELIGIOUS. Our neighbor, B. B. King, is not so for all tho pomp and power of the metThis Is tho autobiography of Mr. Sul- ropolitan journal. Richmond Climax, Society will chippy as prior to Wednesday. Ben's Tlio American Htblo confidence that he would bo promoted meet at tho Christian church Sunday Is not adequately expressed by certain- livan as "writ" by himself and shows which also did its full quota towards states- tho grand result. of what material some night-- . m ty. Ben was dead sure. Twitted by men are made He scut it to Mr. ClarRev. R. H. Mahony will preach at his democratic neighbors, who Inquir- ence Coleman, of Middloburg, for pubTho Coming Woman. Preachorsvltle Saturday and Sunday at ed as to his health, said his eyes were lication along with his picture, in tho Who rih'S to tlio chili while tier )iuhnnd ten.ls 11 A. M. woman tlio lativ, its well :u the kixhI from prolonged lamplight calcula- Courier-Journawho lpota after her home, will both nt times Bet Miss Frauccs Wlllard has been re- mho of Studv in till departments. It has trained aud oxporloneixl teucti-crIt lius full run ilown tn health They will lo trouhktl with tions as to immensity of his majority, James P. Sullivan was Borne loss oCunH'tlte, headaches, KlecpleswncM, fainting It lias all needful facilities for the thorough training of girls In all grades. It wus elected president of tho W. C. T. U., again that he was exultant in visions of wonderful retiieilv lot estnulUhed for tho welfaro and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all tho ir illicv tho 0 18T2 in Adairo county tlipio women The must Hitters. of at Buffalo. handwritings on tho wall, which ho Ky his Father moved to Russell coun- Mitterers from Is Kleetrlc anil Neat TliouMiiub rlo people of Stanford aud vicinity. Instead of dllpitinj; their inlluenco by patronizing othKiitneya HaiU united and hearty oupport. Owing to his wife's Illness Bev. Ashj xchools, tho Co'llego Is the imtUcIno for as assurances of victory. ty Ky wheu ho was tlirco years old I in nml rail It IiIimmhI. It anil Nerxnts tnmhlet woof erNext Sesslon'opons Sept. Cth. Forand give it their call on Mrs. SauftVy at tlio college or translated I "11 Information men. IVntale complaint ley Johnson, of Klmberliu Heights-TcnnWM. SUELTON. Piii:siient. was ofT in tho interpretation. write for catalogue. aro iumii reiieTpu havo Bin A Democrat all my llfo I was all Kinili Ii.ltiiiA wiiineii ny niuuseui will not bo hero to preaoh at Ben Hitter vision was there in other not Bit By tho mad dog of free silver on lianit to liulUl up then) hIioiiIi! keen thWremiHlv OutySilc per lotstem. tho Christian church .1 . i... i' it iinii,.i..i. Mi II. iLdgiKii terms, as he now knows. I have stood By the old ship of Stat all IP. I ur M1U Tho now UKi.OOO Methodist church ut moust a lono I had Rather light under Paris was dedicated Sunday, Rev. G. Free of Charge to Sufferers. olliciatlng. tlio old Hag that was hlstcd By JclTsou MATRIMONIAL, Cut this out ami taVo It to your ilrnjrjjNt unil evt C. Kolloy, of Birmingham, nieoerv In 7801 with Defect Starring mo In the nsamplu Uittlo trtuof Or Kiiik's New ilo not ask Colils. They All tho churches in town closed in honA couple was married in a den of faCo then to help win A victory under forOiniuiinptlou.l'oughi ami you to imv Iwwrc trying. This will show you tin of the event. or duly w mlerful remedy, ami (Treat merit of tlil lions at Boston yesterday as an adver- fulsc colors head By such men as n show you what ran he accomplished by tho regular zoo. for tho & Blackburn or W. J. Bryan tho size bottle. This is no experiment, uml woulit he An unknown assassin called Capt. T. tisement disastrous to the proprlttors, tlWI tliuy not know It Frank Allen, twice a widower and 08 hatro Bralno Gass Bag of. Bablon of would inmrialilr cure. Mauy of the best physiof Vancoburg, to the door B. Ilooblen, cians ure now ulni;'!t lu their practice with greae of his homo and threw a bottle of muri- years old, eloped from Cairo, 111., to Neb. results, and are reiving on it u in st Mjr.ro easels Miss Josie Price, aged it ItKunnin'ml. Trial bottles ireo at W. II. M oct. tho 20 1807 atic acid In his face. Ho was horribly at. Louis with Itolierta' Dm? Store. 17, and was married. Regular tizo on cents and 81.00, Mr. coleman you will havo Excuse burned and died a few hours later. Tucker would wrightlng Befor Now I wus Rubber Coats, Mclntosbes, Trunks and Valises. , Prices Here's a chanco for some impecunious mo foro not Because Miss Ethel HuckHn's Arnica Halve. marry him, Bonnio Rosonilold, at youth: Tho Princess Tonomarounu, Not at home at tho timo you roto I Thu oo.it saHu in the world lor cuts,, bruises not Low. Terras Cash. ulcers, salt rheum, lever Seymour, Iud., killed himself at her daughter of Paul, king ol tho Maoris, scud in closed A Una tlpo Picture of sores,bauds, chilblains, corns and sores, teller, chapall skin eruptions. ped olTcrs her income to any rcspectu-abl- o my self all so Short sketch of my self It iiosltlTcly cures piles or no pay required. Its feet. to give jcrfcct satisfaction or money rewlilto man who will marry her. Please correct my Bad Spelling. Charles P. Weaver becomes mayor united. PrJci 'IS cents per box. For salo by w. 1). Jas P Sulll van Mcltobcrts, Druggist. She Is ugly as sin though. Louisville on Tuesday next. of d, I 'It's All Over Now Finest -- Line well-know- . Men's, Boys & Children's Clothing , - s UzM THE O-ZLiOIB- E, - - Dan-vlll- e, d, iKWt-olllc- o 1 Htore-roo- SHOT DOWN! Irs al IVIeKinney First-Clns- Jacob Hommelstein. cou-Hclon- ce 2 Experienced Buyers, JACOB HUMMELSTEIN, 0. al I ! Coaf, Hay, Oats, Straw, 1 au-tum- - I Chim-boruz- The-stra- ! LOWEST MARKET FRiGE. post-oflic- H Sell COAL poor-hous- Cheaper Kros-trat- us m J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. m FLOORING, METAL ROOFING. SIDING, A. G.smE, CEILING, Semi-Weekl- Tl FINISH. NAsteX Farm and Yard Fence. X-S-Cs STANFORD, KY: Sentinel-Democra- mmmm&mm$mmmmmm&mk m 1 vl-t- 111 i s a WINDOW GLASS. 1 m DRUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. W. B. MoEOSBETS. I 4 ra "Where to Sand My Giri to School ?" Send Her to Stanford College. Cout-hos l. s. Dee-Cemb- er ., 'B t. MV Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, till-ma- Gents Furnishing Goods H. J. McROBERTS. JsV'K:'AWaU;vKX'T .'JsV- - wA-- uii, .,&& &SiAvi-it&)t''-'-- - b -- - ylf,- - r-- , ye- - ".' Iftf' ' nr 'STTi I , I t r r To our gold bug friends in this counONE of the greatest surprises was Judge Sau Hoy carried Mercer by tflO, the election of George T. Farris for Boyle by 171 and Lincoln 107, making ty wo renow expressions of our distinTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Senator. Everybody thought that Hon. 70S, deduct Garrard (18 and his majority guished consideration. They aro not numerous, if tho Hindman voto exB. B. King had the race won, but the is ((40. in Boyle 150, six in presses the! full strength, but they aro courageous democrat from Garrard Farris' majority Nov 3. 1S97 jumped into the breach and the result Garrard and 134 in Lincoln, making democrats all the same, and as Col. Stanfokd. Ky., is a glorious victory for him. Ho said .'100, deduct Casey for King 2:i, and wo Welch said in his Opera House speech, are for democratic nominees agaitiHt all the time ho would bo elected, but u have CM as his majority. W. P. WALTON. any republicans that could bo named million dollars could have almost been POSSIIHLIT1KS. FOK GKBATBtt They all voted for our ticket and helpfound to put up against him. He is an flddilional Local. romnrka-bl- y ed to swell tho large majorities. T was a tidal wave. It was an ava- excellent man and will do the district We havo havo thoroughly demonstrated tho fact tlint we aro selling Roods THE extra election edition that wo lanche. It wu u ground buCll. It was proud in the Senate. of -- .Small Profit Often Repeated" U one that commends cheap. Our system a B Issued Wednesday morning is sent to 2 3 all combined. Democracy swept near'Ii itself to tho people and we invite further and continuous . c Joe Blackuuhn is one ot the hap- our regular subscribers outside of town. a. ly everything before It, winning signal a o "5 t3 X expected and piest mon in the State. Ho thinks ho Stanford people havo already read it. victories where least o C c p shutting republicans out in strongholds sees nud it looks that way, that he will- Tuhkkys. J. W. Christian & Bro. ! y, bo returned to tho Senate when Lindo a they thought were impregnable c. that will slaughter turkeys in Stanford and n say's term expires. Thero may bo ... t iviiiii -- 1... iii 111:1111i .iiiir. ,i i: W..J, " ""W in " iii'u ... changes, however, in three years and wish to buy 25,000, for which they or o . cratlc majority Is renewed and turning agents, will pay the highest !li is soon yet to count tho unhatch- - their Our pricc-- for this week enn not fail to iutcreU you and our bargain nre substanM!- li- her back on tho dismal days of repub- it too price. They wllMie ready for business ed chickens. tial, bona fldu ones that will bear the and corruption, tho old State lican rule Nov. 8. s.foU takes on a fresh lease of life, determinELECTION KKTUKNS GEN'EUALLY. . - ' 3.cio5ao;.-i..3;jsCummins. - We havo always said that. ed never to let such rascals get Into All the democratic ticket In JessaJames F. Cummins, county clerk, was power again. Shackelford is elected mine wins by 400 to 450. f l.!WalS electby over 20,000 and the legislators Nearly all tho largo cities in New too good a man to be a republican and 5r R itm i. c: in i i u -- - ti so largely democratic as to leave York State elected democratic mayors. still stick to it. He has mado a splendid ed are Hindman received only 00 votes In olllcer and added friends to his list by no doubt of how tho people stand as be jojj.nvj Hoys' Heeler Suits, age 4 to 11 yearn, fl to K. Hoys' double breast suit 7o cents. his home county, Adair, which went tho score during I1I9 stay in Stanford. e cep Q.-.- C -- i;ctween democracy and republicanism. Men's all wool brown plaid suits for 15. Men's black nud blue Cheviot Milts $3.50. In all our dealings with him we havo s for Shackelford. In the other States that hold' uuuipuju Hoys' overcoats in nil styles at f to IS. Men' Overcoats, tho largest variety that wo found him straight goods and always almos-- t as democratio success was J. W. Sweets, who was Tuesday have over had, $2.60 to J35. Men's nud H03H' Hooth In tho biggest variety we over -. tJ oc ta c pronounced. New York City electa u elected jailer at Elizabethtowu, died at regretted that it became our duty to had on hands. help slay him for tho bad company he 8 noon Wednesday. democratic mayor by a plurality of ooiihwa and glorious old Virginia elects a In Nebraska the democrats succeeded was in. -- i i: o i O X. O. Q - ; democratic governor by fully 50,000 and in electing tholr Stato ticket by from Mt. VERNON, Nov. 4. Sheriff W. G. uopiuojj Mullins, John C. Mulllns, Frank Mula legislature with hardly enough re- 10,000 to 15,000. -co o a -- - a ci a In It to count. clean sweep ling, Bill Mullins, Charles Harris and Tho republicans made a publicans SIgman. who were in tho bloody Just received a new Hue of box plaid Skirts, the lnteot Mylte, lined and Interlined From the most reliable returns, ofll- - in Iowa, electing their governor by ov- Willis Crooked Creek election day, light at .foinug velveteen bound, at SI. 75 and up. -- tiopcili-iCTa;i-pa- .s the democrats er 30.000 majority. cial and arrived hero on tho noon train accomShackelford's plurality in Louisvillo panied by olllcers. They at once marchseem to have carried tho Maryland .Co pi At Legislature, which will name a demo- and Jefferson county is 1,248. Hind-ma- n ed to jail where tho prisoners are now .f MMMMMMWMMHM o guard to prevent vio- o! w O O V -- I ii CT - Ci sSc-kCwi2,730, double tho Palmer vote. under a strong to succeed Gorman, got cratic Senator c of the abovo wore summonlence. All which considering tho herculean efSenator Martin wasn't in it. The ed by Sheriff Mulllns to assist in keepuostniop forts ol the republicans and boltocrats majority against him seems to be about ing order around tho polls on election Si Ktca - O tcc O lav. Several nartles became very bois Wo nre having new arrivalevcry week of tho is anothefvery signal count in the ma- 1,700. Even Woodford went against terous and abusive towards tho hheriff ny victories gained by democracy. him. on account of his havinsr declared his mnpioii Vi o Si -- -- 11 ec s: w cc It was a grand day for democracy The entire democratic ticket is elect- intention of voting the "Independent ed in Bourbon by 00 to 373. Shackol- - Ticket." Tho sheriff attempted to and tho dawn of a better era. He UM ford's plurality is double Hindman's make Tin arrest.volley was lired upon followed. One when a rcgulur Anent tho round-u- p in Lincoln coun- vote. man was killed and two badly woundty, Brer Walton headlines it "DemocThe republicans swept Massachu-tick- ed; none of the sheriff's posse were in- -Capes and Cloaks. It will pay you to examine our stock before you buy. .M w. h k PJJ4Uk. is rath setts, electing racy on Tap." Shackelfordism and jured. Owing to tho excited condition -- iia.iifij.etiKuS their State er thin, it is true, but that it should be s of tho members of the of the county over tfie hotly contested election, Sheriff Mulllns, after consultmlslabled and run through a buug hole Legislature. 'umu.iu3 ing legal advice, decided to bears testimony to a degree of diaphan- - Judg0 yinWyck, mayor elect of to day before surrendering. wait until Early this osity nituerio unuearu 01. iouisvuie Greater New York, says he will ap- A. M. friends of the slain and wounded Times. MUJOJC point only tried and true democrats to men came to town neavny umicu. n; ti Oh, yes, old boltocrat, it has. Hasn't When the noon train arrived tho slier- fi ii c a til A.2UKHANSKY A CO , pKoruiCTOiw. positions under him. iff's friends were similarly fixed. No Marso Henry been saying again and Cook, democrat, beat Breathitt for demonstration was mado by anyone. T. D. KA.NEY, Manaobh. UCAIIIQ again that parties are in a lluid stato circuit judge in the third district and Judge Colycr, county attornoy, says cioJ4. C'OM and don't you think your Marso Henry Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lnwrenrcburg, f'ynthlana, Versnillo, Emicase Is Tarvin, democrat, was elected In the when the parties called he will demand entering the courtnence, Georgetown, Elixahethtown, Frankfort, nud Mauckport, I ml. knows whereof he atllrms ? To carry all that fcIIH 10th or Kenton county district. houso shall be disarmed. the simile further, wo shall also ref os?..il--wi4.(-r Henry Sears, a C. S. freight brake- mark that the kind of democracy that man, fell asleep at Tatevllle, while! DEMOCRACY'S VICTORY IN LIN Shackelford represents seeais to havo PUIIltlinO l5SS)UOp'--l4.0 rr u ;r waiting for a passenger train to pass, COLN. ts covered tho whole State as the waters ticoci-- g and was struck by it und killed. do the great deep. See ? jtxloo Hon. I. H. Goodnight, a brother of FREE TURNPIKES AND BOND I ISSUE BOTH CARRY. tj a: -- icc i. . c c: f SO far as ascertained Hindman's vote Prof. T. M. Goodknight, of this couni fi seems to be less than that of Palmer ty, was elected circuit judge in the Tho democrats of Lincoln county uoiinr) --. J. C Franklin district by a good majority, havo covered themselves all over In and Buckner. Tho Courier-JournI. C fi -- I M O Tammany's candidate, Van Wyck, glory. They quit themselves like men which claims the responsibility of his nomination, is referred to Mr. Lincoln's was elected mayor of Greater New und won a famous victory, a victory l"H ul-ifamous remark: "You may fool all the York by a plurality of 8j,3(8. Low which will be worth many thousand 41 ciciisiei-iiittH- r. -- -- -- mo jc lif fi peoplo some of tho time and some of came second with 140,873 votes, Tracy dollars to them In taxes, besides givo iiUJ.M tho people all the time, butyou can not third with 101,823. tho county the standing which shu linr. Ciectiptilicrfii: In Fayette the entire county demo- foolishly lost by monkeying with refool all the peoplo all tho time." Again wo ask you to come home, Mr. Watter-- . cratic ticket is elected over the fusion publicans. Contrary to expectations, ' BUO.MQ. -- -- f eon. Don't you wish you had done so ticket by nearly l,0o0 majority, a dem- the election in all the precincts was U CO-- C! - jJCC4J f M -- I fi C 'g when we extended the invitation a fow ocratic gain of 2,000 bver last year. very quiet, tho republican bosses months ago? edioq.T Where oh where was Billy Breckin& the inevitable early in tho --. ii ti j-- - y c ridge? cover. action and retiring to Along with the other good things It is very gratifying to observe that Much of tho glory of tho grand rethat have come to Sam Shackelford la Judge Bullock was -- i I'JOfioci county E. Carson a wife. Leastwise she will come on tho judge In Fayette, especially after the sult is due to Chairman J. further the '2i SiO- -i : zJ Jr -. 2 sr Cicfc- -i who did all In his power to 10th when he will lead tho beautiful nasty light mude against him by those cause of the people and good governdaughter of Mr. und Mrs. Beriah -- I . C5 iJ O Ii Ii f Ii who call themselves democrats. Tho ment. No other man who has held of Duluth, Minn., to the altar. average majority for him and his tick- his office in this county ever excelled May ho always have as smooth sailing uojojtfujs KY hta(fc-4-.-feI et is 1,100. him In zeal and energy. - cr-- - r: iJ 00 es - cc c: f i -in his matrimonial life as ho has hud Tho democrats will have coutrol of To Hon. R. C. Warren, too, the desailing into a fat office. both branches of the new General As- mocracy of Lincoln owes a debt of grataOJ-sembly and in joint session will have a itude that she can hardly ever repay. Judge T. Z. Mokrow had some li i; iit 4.1 lie fici trouble in making his calling sure, but majority of 40 or 50. They elected He worked in season and out and his jiuilpuirr after that his election was as easy as nearly all of the new State Senators, stentorian voice proclaimed democracy fi Cc c: ci c -- - is ss a zp rolling off a log. No democrat had who will assist in the election of a suc- from every stump in the county. Pity that the world isn't full of just such tho hardihood to oppose him and ho cessor to Senator Lindsay. Also carries i Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, un Ohio republicans aro claiming the honest and earnest men as Dick Wur-rewent in for another six years without -li ij eg Zj ci f iu fi o Legislature on joint ballot by five votes. God bless his old democratic Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. opposition in tho final race. He is a rt good man and a good judge und wo are Democrats refuse to concede this, und neari. b jjooq f Off a. b b k b b Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky declare they have it by one voto. Three The redemption of the county Is soi 1I tl e fi a: y b c. fi glad that ho was again honored. result so satisfactory counties havo not been heard from, and thorough and the .t?fN'ysyfr4.TyTka?Mgrs?P!il .lojpjn The result shows another thing, and in these both sides are claiming to that it Is almost Invidious to particu- s: 4J cd rs ii n, f 1 j that is that the republicans of the Stato have elected their candidate. Bush- - larize, but wo must say that tho return a it . a 0 f 00 fj governor by a greatly of this magisterial district to her formcan not do a thing when they ignore noil Is Shackelford's plurality IS"; daulley'aj. er majority for democracy is the Bradley. lie is and always will be the reduced majority. majority, IU7: Holdam's for circuit Mayor Todd says tho defeated repubhead of the republican party in Kenclork, 22.'!; Farris' for SUito Senator, The republicans look so mean and l.'ll; North's for representative, 108i lican candidates will make contests, tucky. Without him the ruds couldn't and that he will not turn over his otllce measley that we really havn't the heart Bailey's for county judgo, 251); Cooper's carry a constable's race In the State. to Mr. Weaver until Tuesday week, al- to crow over them. Lot them go In for county cleric, Holm's for attor HUNTER will not remain In Kentuc- though, according to tho democratic peaco and may tho devil take care of ney, bo; Owens' for shoriiT, M; Dohis own. ky to run for governor. Tho result of construction of the law, his term exA. A. Bastln, who did food work for Rnrd's for inllnr. '2il: Slniflntnii'n for' the election is a black eye to his gu- pires next Tuesday. He says he will the democratic ticket, though previ- suiu'i'intnndpnt -- iu. Landirraf'H fnreni- -' Wc are "nk'nK preparations for a biK output of goods. When you hear our knQW wemcBll to hcll tll0 g00l,8j 0lJr a!m . pricC8 y)H w Iimkn the60 bernatorial aspirations and ho will tlee resort to force if any attempt is made to ously a republican, says "Tell the boss oner, 1U3; uaKor s for precedcnlcd prices Is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has 0. a few more men from Garto import to Guatamala pretty quick already, If get him out till the day he says. Tho free turnpike voto was 2,007, 'always proven itself where a customer favored us with a call. Wo are hciu for postolllces and tho next rard tho place is still open to him. In Warren county the entire demo- time to fill the b, quick sales nnd smnll profits. 132, majority for freo pikes 1,- -' we will make it unanimous." cratic ticket was elected by pluralities If all the election officers wero as Senator Wm. Goeuel is solid. He of 1,000 and moro. Judge Settle is slow as those hero, wo wouldn't get ""Tho IrV. vote for the hond issue was 2,was Senator in the Covingcircuit jndge by a large ma- the returns till next duy. The court- 00.'1, against IKi, leaving a majority ofi ton district by nearly 1,000. He had a house precinct was not Branch Store at Ilustonvillc, II. K. Camnitz, Manager. jority over tho republican who was sup- about 10 o'clock, somo announced till 1,890, which Is largoly over tho two-- ( time after wo hard fight in his own party, but he ported by sound money democrats. know what greater New York had thirds necessary to carry the issue, came out moro than conqucrer, we aio Warren gave him 1.000 majority. Nat done for democracy. tho law requiring that it shall bo glad to chronicle. Mr. J. T. Brown, who was beaten for Howard had no opposition for Com- of all tho votes cast on tho ques- magistrate In tho Wayncsburg district ' mnnu'nnl tVi'a George H. Cox, the Cincinnati boss, by a slendor majority, was here yester- tlon. Complete returns from Laurel coun- day, feeling good oven In defeat, that The constitutional amendment has announces his retirement from politics. qy This Is rather superlluous. The peoplo ty give Bailey 1,400; Shackelford 852; all tho democrats stood In mm. There 748 votes for and 1.'12 against, leaving 11' Headed by U. S. lflODEL, HO. 38,353. that r. in moro republicans i u voted Tuesday In his town to perma- Parker 80; Wallace (5; Hindman 31. C. are that's what downed him. district Hiujuribjr. uit uiu. on of Kluver's Model, No. 119,710. tho greatest lireeillng hog living, and HUNDLEY'H and E. Haverly, republican, is elected to nently retire him nolens volens. J. II. Raines, dcm., has 48 majority IL.AUDK, No. 12,C'J1, hod ot the World'n Columllan Olmiuplou, Claude, No. 11.007. Kino. Henry Hester explains why so many murs lorhurvicu. j iuvt hiiow ruin oiu onougii 10 orecu, uml tired sows tho Legislature from that and Rock- Negroes were absent. Ho says that nvr .1r . P. niimnv 101 !iiinrtatriit In thii , loppy (aHythtar In o very respect, with HIl0, Tflta htock , atrlctly nt-cUi-ss With tho exception of Morrow In castle counties. The entire republican many of them aro pensioners for rheu- district. M. S. Peyton, dctn., had no ft lieuiirrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Yvrlto vour wants or comu nnd s tho Somerset district and Jones in the tlckot In Laurel wus elected. A. II. matism and coulu not expose hoo mv hoirs. opppositlon foJ conatablc. on such a damp and disagrccablo A fow fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pokln Duck Casey, it seems that nearly all the cir- Clark was circuit judge in day. W. D. Walllu and Tom Pottus, Ecgs, $1 for 1.1. A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilox 105, Danville, Ky. cuit judges elected are democrats. So that district over Ewell, independent, Capt. Herndon, who less than n both democrats, wore elected magis much tho bettor for the people. by about 2,000. month ago, stood on tho rostrum In tho trate and constable respectively in tho here and pointing to tho Tho Advocate publishes full returns court-hous- o Orchard district by good majorl- -' The Log Cabin can now be utilized of the vote in Boyle, which shows that judge's seat, said ho was as sure to oc- Crab tics, the sun for a water closet. Tho democratic Shackelford carried the county by 123, cupy it for the next six years ascircumW. A. Colley was elected magistrate owing to regards it with bo much disgust Hindman getting 101 votes, Saulloy 'by shone, has decided he bad no control, rooster stances over which and T. G. Nunnelloy, constablo, both ' that he wont oven use it us a perch 171, Farris by 150, Harding by 192, not to do so. He has learned by this democrats, In the Ilustonvillc district! that Jndgo Sauiley is from which to crow. Nichols by 407, Coulter for sheriff by time to head, a fact that a pretty hard by largo majorities. he ought to man assessor by 227, first race. The Fuslor! ticket in Boyle suffered 301, Harris for superintendent Raw-lin- havo discovered in hiseach time Twice W. it. Williams helped us figure- up' IsJ Receiving his- ought tho election table last evening. for school by 280 beat and by over 700 the defeat that It deserved. Tho fuand Shumate for jailer by 147. Free to convince tho amiable captain that Singleton, magistrate, and Record, demsion of republicans und peoplo don't want him, when they proved to bo very unpopular y turnpikes carried by 180 und the bond tho get as good a man und as competent constablo, both republicans, are elect-- , ocrats can where. issue by 1,203. ed in Wayncsburg district. Joods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed, Give hiai a Call. a judge as our Miko Saufley. - Paving the Way MON'KV-S.VVING t 1 - t- .uti.: 11 11 ! 1- "? INVESTIGATION a 1 i I ss ,!SC-r5i- -- J- -- 1 1 4- Very Closest Inspection.' I ' elec-ion- 1 -- 87,-30- m m J- 1 c-- sue . --- i-- Ladies' Skirts. 1 I 1 scmi-otlicl- al fc" n- --1 o Capes and Cloaks. T 1 1 Newest and Latest Styles, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. et I ta N 1) tbree-fourth- j is;to!3 Cl-1- -j 1 : -- kta.-4ktatft.k- ta -- 1 Expert Glass Cutters. al - ca 1 1 WindowlJLights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAiC HOOKER. t i I' I 1 I ur ! .4- . J&A&JKA&&A&Jk?A&JksMiiJii as1 Ma-goili- n, ucT--i3i.siJti- -- iia ) UnDGKCAKinG j 1 I i;4;-iiJ4i-is4'- -i-i C. M'CLARY, 1 1 4- -- j:4-i;-iJ.l--i- Practical Trimmer, Embalmerand Funeral Director. n, 1 M ta ta - 1 1 1 -- . a-- 1 r- JJ-v- most-gratifying- . Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, M A TTING. 1 -. ;. ' .'1 hup-agai- -, ed W. WITHERS, STANFORD. 1 I two-thir- I nMni-nnt- '. High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cninas. te :i.. I J V ( thorn-selve- I H. C. RUPLEY, -- TflE MERGflAKT TAILOR- gs I ov-er- FALL f AND f WINTER f GOODS, &. .4. X ..- -. ! ' .?-- , .- vote is very light dem., is elected. The 8tin aroso in eloiullcrw eky this morning ns if to pronounce n ben iron on Lincoln county democrats for their Stanford, Ky., Nov 3. 1897 excellent work yesterday in hurling tho republicans from power. They elected their entiru democratic ticket, W. P. WALTON. shutting out the unfaithful forever. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL but that White, HURRAH FOR DICK1 Mt. Verkox, Nov. 3. With two A Estray Notice. m 1 - Extra. l. precincts to hear from R. G. Wil- nouso Oct. 1st. Owner can net sumo by J. S. Rice is in receipt of a property, inking for liur keep and liams, democratic candidate for coun- proving Ire. this not from Richmond saying that his SHEKMAN IIIIUCE, Mllledgevllle. Ky. ty judge, beats Bcthurum 2G5. The brother, II. C. Rice, was elected city other two will probably reduce his ma judge by S(, but that Claude Smith, jority to 200. McClure, democratic Farmers Co rep., was elected mayor candidate for county attorney, is OK STANI'OKD, KY. thought to be defeated by 25 to 50. Collier, republican, defeats Judge Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 G. W. McClure for county attorney Surplus, 17,603 80 by 3). Catron's majority over J. lly pruTi.lorn of IU charter, debitors are a In National Iluuka, fully protected m are Wesley Baker for sheriff is 03. Its sli.ireliol'lerj bring held Individually liable to dit-pat- ch Kct Cow, weight about 800 IIh., nbout 7 years old tin without horns, en mo to m 1 BanMTmst His Day to Crow. i.tV GKOKUti B. COOPER, Klodotl County Clerk by J.1 major1 ity. the extent of tlie amount of their itock therein at the par -- alue Unroof, in addition to tlie amount In eutli harut. It may act as executor, ad uiinlstiator, truMee, Ac , aslully as an Individual. Tendering our thauts to thine who hae entrusted their ImslrifM to us, we trust they will continue to do so, and we oiler ns a guarantee for prompt atd tention to same our 20 ) ears' cxivrieuce in aslllwral accommodations as are consistent with sound hauling. bank-Ingan- DIRECTORS. Meaning the Democratic Rooster. Democracy On Top Ill erywhere. et Elected. IN THZ SADDLZ iimKfX & B B ; w9J mm-Why .1. h raB -- W. D. Wallin, for magistrate, carA. Ci ried Crab Orchard by IN; the WV.M KimI, while J. II. swept Klines did a plenty to .J. F. Ilignoy All democrats and good men. Sin gleton, the republican, won Wnyncshuig ditrict. in J. J. f-f-e I r, . ' ,fK?Mvrr" S?' , &f-- , s ... v-- i rilM the Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. 11. Cummins, PreacliersTllle; J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, William (touch, S. II. Slianls, S J. Emory, J. V. Cah, A. W. Carenterj J. E. Lynn, J. N. Meuefee. orriCEKs. S. II. Shanks. President; J. H. Owsley, Cashier: W. M. ilrlght, Teller m3tk mlBRgsS GARLAND SINGLETON, Elected Superintendent of Public FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. HOLDAM, &. ' KlectedCiicuit Clerk by 229 mnjority. Capital Stock 3100,000. Surplus, $15,750 .jmIsssssH SSI S"hool3 by 23 1 majority. Ev One term of republican incompetents was enough. The people of Lincoln were glad enough to get a chance them from the temple. to ItOWI.ANI) TOWN nUXTION'. HON. B. B. KING, nrsTONVii.u: town TiCKirr. The old board was ic elected in and for city judge, J. Beech er Adams defeated V. S. Huffman by about 30. For marshal, Eugene Goode, "Brother," defeated Jon-- Austin by 25. litis-tonvillo A good man gone down. Miss Lizzie Fogle, whoe pietty picture appeared in this paper 'some weeks ago, made a splendid race for superintendent of school" in Casey, but the republican majority there was too great to overcome and she lost by over 100 votes. e Shackelford Elected Appellate Clerk. Weaver Downs Todd by 2,302. Saufley Does Herndon Up to the Tune of 700. llixon defeated .Fudge Willi-- O. Harnett and Klisha Ponce downed TIioiiiih Martin for marshal. Hur.--t was the only candidate for councilman. 1. " For police judge, O. IHHHataEL Attention o( the public Is called to the fact that this Is the only National Hanlc In Stanford. Under tho provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount equaltn the stock so that dejoslior of this institution are secured by a fund ol S2C0,OUO. l'lvo sworn statements of the condition ot the Hank are made each year to the United States tiorernment and Its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus ecuiing additional and perfect satet. to depositors. Ibis Institution originally established at the Deposit Itank. of Stanford in lt&S, then reorganized aa the National Hank of Stanford In 1803 and attain reorganized as the I'lfi-- t National llauk of Stanford in 1A has had practically an uninterrupted existence for 85 ) ears. It is better supplied now witL facilities fur transacting business promptly and than eter before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlruii atd ludhlduals solicited. l) DIKKCTORt A CLEAN SWEEP IN MADISON. m. '.atiTv rJT'?- - PWW i Republicanism Dead in Old Lincoln Entire Hcitiocrntfc Tho Rosult Tick- IIAKVKV IIFLM, Fleeted County Attorney by 227 ma jority. Richmond, Ky., Nov. 3. 11:25 a. Madison elects entire democratic ticket by safe majorities. Congratu-htion- s for your magnificent fight and victory in Lincoln. Cmmax. DOUBLE S. T. Harris, " J S. Hockcr, " K. I.. Tanner, McKlnnev. J.II.Colller.Crab Orch'dj M IJ Klmoro. Mantord. f. S. Ilocker, President; A A F. Reli, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford S. H. lUnghman, " ' T P. Hill, " W. A. Trlhble. M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon. OFFICERS J. J. Mcltoberts Cashier McKinuey, AofotantCashier. llurrali for George T. Karris ! lie KILLING AT CITY. JUNC-TIO- seems to have beat King for Senator by a wife majority. J. E. Wright and Jason Bluckcrty Veteran. KiHt at Othor Points QAW. LiTHVii.u:, Nov. 2. In the race for Clerk of Court of Appeals reports from the State m far show Shackelford, democratic, far in the lead of Bailey, with Ilindiuau far behind. M. mus i: ir F. NORTH, o C. G. major-i- t BAKER, Fleeted Ilepn'.-entuliv- by INS v. Elected Assessor by 253 majority. MERCER ALL RIGHT. IlAHUODnt'Hn, Nov. 3. Saufley's majority will be e!o?e to 400; Shackelford's 275. Ilindmau gets about 150 votes. Democratic county ticket elected by majorities ranging from 30 to 1,200. Three precincts yet to be reported, but they will increase the democratic majorities. Two Negroes elected to city council. 1HTLLY FOU BOYLF. HAQHVILLC, TENN. s'jot each other to death at Junction City Tuesday afternoon. They had onr:cr.vi.i,Y nrrRrsNTS been enemies for years and the killing United Confederate Veterans, grew out of Wright's shooting Black-erty- , United Davzhtors of ihs Confederacy, when assisting Marshal Ellis to ThcSous, cad c '.'.:r '.rjsn:z:itIons. arrest him. It was a desperate pistol Stamps. duel. Both were shot a number of St.COays:. Tvs Simp!, Four times. Wright ran a marble yard S. A. CUNNINGHAM. and was married. Blackeity' was a rFc' Rf'tirCTtov 'tt Cluba with filq t'aoec tough character. Tvo-Ce- nt Danvii.i.k, Xov. !l. Hovlo count v Shackelford 1'2,'J; Saufley majorities: 171; Karri l.)0. Democratic county ticket all ohvted, majorities running from to 107. Minor, icpublican, elected KopreM'iitutivo over Harmon, opulit. Free pikes carried, but prolnihly lost. turnpike bond DIED Of YELLOW I'KVEK. yfr'.& ,.;;,- -, Anvoi'vn:. HHkoH 1 M. C. SAUFLFY. SAMHCLM. OWENS, Elected Sheriff by (59 Re-elect- Circuit Judge by 700 jority. 1S.000 ma- majority. CASIiV COUNTY lilU'lTIlMCAN. SIIACIvFLFORI) MAJOR. ITY. wi:.vi:n has 2,o02 ovi:u todd. Louisviij.i:, Nov. .'I. Courier-Journa- l says Shackelford is elected by Kafc majority, 18,00'0 a far as heard. Returns incomplete, but conclusive enough for the statement that he is elected. Weaver's plurality for may- - J. Rc-elect- S. OWSLEY, JR., Commonwealth's Attorney munici-ua- l or 2,302. Entire democratic ticket elected except one school trustee. Both democrat Senators are elected and out of eight representaConstitutives six are democrats. tional amendment carried in tho State by safe majority. The entire republican ticket in Ca-- s races. Requires oflieial count. M. D. Hucims. v was elected bv about 200, so G. Mt. Salem, teleD. McCarty, of The entire good government ticket phone.. He thinks B. B.King carwas elected in Stanford, with the exried the county by over 250. ception of D. W. Vundevcer, who MAKYLiVNlTlN DOUBT. headed it for Mayor. He was defeatBaihmom:, Nov. 2. Result in ed by tho present incumbent, J. JT. doubt, but republicans have probably Meuefee. carried the Legislature. A great deal of tho credit of tho glorious result in this county is due to gallant Dick Warren ! Nothing JAMES P. BAILEY, hereafter in the gift of democrats is Elected County Judge by 270 mr- too good for this splendid old soldier jority. of tho cause. Richmond, Va., Nov. 2. Tyler, The Stanford magisterial district regidar democratic candidate for govwas redeemed, thank God. All tho ernor, has 5(1,000 majority. Full rads now have in Lincoln is MagisState ticket elected by largo majoritrate Singleton and Constable Record dems ties. Legislature in the Southern End. Hurrah for ocratic. Lincoln. Coi.ummjh, 0.,Nov. 2., 10 v. m. The democrats will not soon forget Democratic committee claims election Henry Hester's services. A better of full ticket by 8,000 to 10,000 pludemocrat nor a more faithful one nev rality and a majority of the Jegisla er lived. ture. Saufley's majority in Lincolnjis301. GEORGE W. DnBORD, Jailer by 235 majority. The people evidently appreciate his Ni:w YoitK, Nov. 2. VanWyck, services. Tammany democratic candidate for Bailey be.t.s D.nwm 270. Turn- Judge M. C. Saufley received a dis- Mayor of greater New York, elected coals are not popular here. John.-o- n Associated patch from .1. S. Chrisman, Danville, plurality. by 75,000 Pihs puts Parker's majority for Chief that ho had carried Boyle by 171 and also goes down by 2J!t. I''10 rn('"' k,llV0 'l lll arly in tho nc- Mercer by 100. Justide at 108,000. o- m tion and at night were conspicuous for their absence from the streets. Tho She Dks Moines, Iowa, Nov. 2. Hurrah for Turncrsvillc! leads in democratic gains handsomely. Chairman democratic committee Bays boss is a dead duck. three-fourthd j -- James T. Johnson, who married Miss Pet Rout, daughter of Jos. II. Rout, of this place, died at New Oilcans Monday night of yellow fever. Besides n wife, ho leaves three small children, who will return to Stanford in a few days. Mr. Johnson was switcher in the Illinois Central RailJohn G. Puu.iam. road yard. He ran an engine on the L. it N. for several years and was GARRARD GLORIOUS. originally from the Southern portion Lancasti:u, Nov. 3. Returns not of this State. all in; Herndon's majority about 40; Ortsley, dem. ,150; Miss Elia Lusk, LONDON CITIZEN DEAD. dem., 2G0; Hamilton, dem., circuit London, Nov. 3. Jacob Hackclerk, 175. Estimates close on other ney, aged 93, and one of the most promiucut men of London, died Tues day morning. Ho was the father of E. II. Hackney, the merchant of that place, and was a splendidjold gentle-- 1 of Rich- - i man. He was father-in-laof Lancaster. ard Ward, w cjraiL TRADE j IHilM AMERICAN, BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. MAPKS DESIGNS, COPYRICHT8 C Anyone sending n rtetch and description mar quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is pinlmtily pnteutablo. Communications strictly con Identlal. Oldest aceucy for securing pntenU in America. We hnvo a Washlngttm offlcn. 1'atents taken through Sluim li Co. recelra epveial notlco In tho SCIENTIFIC beautifully illustrated, largest circulation of any scientific. Journal, weekly, terms W.0U a yearj MJOs'x months Specimen copies and Hand JiooB on I'atk.vts sent free. Address MUNN & CO., 3G1 lirourfwav, Notv York. : I International: Dictionary Succctsor of tho "Unabrlittcil?' Tho Ono Great Standnrtl Authority,' 8o writes Hon. 1). J. llrewer, J uslloo U. a. Jjupremo Court. of the IT. "Webster's Office, tho U. 8. tttautlnrd Printing 8. Oov't Warmly a t coun, su me euue Close CAi.l. At 4 o'clock WedDud-derir- 's all the uchoolbooks. Huprrun Courts, andof near-I- y nesday morning Col. W. Huff kitchen was discovered on fire but hard and quick work on the part of the family extinguished the flames before much damage was done. by Stats of Sclioulit. Colleirti M ilents.andotherbdtieator almost wiuioui numucr. ITi-si- Connncndcfl ( . leuionai wan, uiu educator. In thn household, and to tho teacher, scholar, pro-- , Invaluable I kii. KILLING IN GARRARD. Lancaster, Nov. 2. Tho. Greenup shot Thomas Roystou twice with a pistol, inflicting mortal wounds over the election in tho White Lick precinct. FOUR KILLED. THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. i It I easy to find the word wanted. It Is easy to ascertain the pronunciation. It Is easy to trace the growth of a word. It Is easy to learn what word means. The Raleigh Aotva e Observer says: Our individual preferences were formerly for anotherdlctlonaiT.biitateUeracqusintancewtth (the. Liter the fed edition of ItWebster most International) valuable, and us to regard as the bos to consider It a the standard as tar as any one dictionary should be so accepted. OCT THE BEST. ' MTSpecImen mini sent on application to C. C. MERRIAar CO., PuhllahetB, upringneia, jnass., u.s.a. At Crooked Creek precinct, Chas. Payne raised a row and Sheriff Mul-liu- s commanded the peace. A general shooting followed aiul'IIeury Lang-forJohn Lawrence and Che&ley Payne were killed. . V,?Wk d, ipzynizpffpoip Pnton klh tr-1 d. ti Seb Crutcher shot i wish to pro Partita havl-- T I it I ont and Win. Ramsoy over tcct tnoui-- l pr'ji ''in U r Win. Cha'-tcthrotiKli out b'M)V rontnintnc a?eni-.Inventor' M. f p- -i .ilure. c:u., and the election. Ramsey will die. cost nf patents. ia , otherlnforrantlon.f rtf r.p htnm; Ourllttof pa'cnti wai'sd, forvblrhlatveinmi money nroollunvl. In Bell county the independent ro of Wo find purchaserti pLtvlth theJttntml Iree. for patents procured through onr neoney rtranrh ofllrcs In ell tht publican ticket is elected by 200. At Scaffold, r "-- Wap' ',r principal cities and In oh foreign couutrioj. 501-30- 7 , Loaded shells and hunter's supplies at tho lowest prices. V. B. Mcltob-erts. THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, O. J. II itLEY, Manaccr, PLUM ST., OINCIHHAT.'30 Jto aur to mention thU jaanr mffpagrttwttf Mrirnifc e with a drew his heavy revolver. "Stop!1 shouted Qunntrell. "Not so 'ast.. Put up your pistol. Our friend here has heard that lam Qunntrell. It's amusing. Show him our papers from the secretary of war, in order that this embarrassment may be removed. "All right, captain," was the reply, as the man began feeling in nn inside pocket for his papers, still holding his frwj'PeVgSfr rF9kj?F9&FmSP WAR REMINISCENCES. QUANTRELL'S CLOSE CALL. Brarrow Cacape of the Gnrrrllln from Death In a Kald. an he saw his chief covered car-jln- ' i i M I v 3 fci ; - a s ' 1 3 1 ' 2 l. ff ft. armed, ami expressed himself as very well satisfied with the papers. Then the trio took a drink together. As Qunntrell and the lieutenant continued the conversation the other guerrilla quietly slipped out. passed the word, and in ten minutes mote Qunntrell's horse was standing in front of the barroom, ready for him to mount. He shook hands with the man who had given him one of the worst scares of his life, left the saloon, nnd rode nwny. the habit of (passing in and out of the Hefore the lieutenant could collect his town in small squads, no particular at- thoughts Qunntrell nnd his band were tention was paid to tho guerrillas until far on their road toward Louisville. they had been in the town five or six X. Y. Sun. hours. The woman who had accosted Quantreli upon his arrival believed that SPY WHO TOOK ATLANTA. he had deceived her, and she told a young federal lieutenant, then in town, It llni .Xpvor Ileen Knuitn Whether It Wnw Sinn or Wotunn. what she thought about the men who In the spring of 18G4 Atlnntn wns full had arrived that morning. Quantreli and his men were going about town of Johnston's otllccrs and soldiers. An pretty much as they pleased, lounging uneasy feeling prevailed in every ciraround the hotels and saloons, feeling cle, nnd it was feared that the federals perfect security. The lieutenant, from might any day make n forced march or the description furnished by the wom- a raid nnd surprise the city. Still the people faced the situation an, and from what he had heard of courageously. They had passed through Quantreli, was convinced that tho fellow masquerading in federal so many dangers that the.v were not "Too bad I" clothing was none other than the guer- easily frightened. The sullen boom of "Xo, It wnsn't. It gave me a good exrilla, and determined to kill or capture Sherman's big guns could be heard cuse for not eating them." Cleveland 40 miles away, but Atlanta maintained him. The lieutenant procured a carbine her usual serenity outwardly and gave Plain Dealer. I. n rice llrlurna, and started upon a hunt for his man. no sign of her secret misgivings. The theater was then on its last legs, Ho finally enught sight of him walking Bloobumper I suppose that perfume down the main street of the town. but occasional performances were lib- manufacturers mnke larger profits than Quantreli was alone. lie walked the erally patronized. One of the star at- men in other businesses? Spatts I do not suppose anything of length of several squares down oneside tractions in n strolling company nt that time was a pretty black-ecyoung the sort. woman, about 20 years old, who carried Bloobumper But they make dollars the town by storm. from scents. Louisville Courier-Jou- r The girl was n wonder. She was nal. equally at home In tragedy nnd comIt'a Xntnrnl. edy. She could sing nnd dance, and Ethel Don't you think Madge's hair when she took u male part in u play she is dyed. wns n howling success. Mabel Xo, 1 nm sure it isn't, A better artist had never Edith How do you know? visited Atlanta, and that was the genMnbcl Ilecausc I was with her when eral verdict. she bought it. Itrooklyn Life. When she told her story it excited An Impoaallile Rroiium)-- . sympathy. She was a Creole of Louisi"Hut if j'ou must reduce your exana, and her family bud been murdered by a raiding party of Butler's troops. penses why don't you discharge your She had taken refuge in the confed- private secretary?" "What! And meet all those creditors eracy, and, having no relatives or friends, she had decided to use tier rare personally? 1 should say not." Chidramatic gifts nnd earn Iter own living. cago Journal. The story made the pretty act i ess ery See This I'nlntr popular, und she was xitront.cd in u Tho women of nil forelKn land-'social way by leading citizens. To our shores should Hock in bands; Young officers took her out driving, For women nit their chance awaits, To enter tho "United States." and generals and colonels tdiowed her Chlcngo Uncord. "SHOOT YOU LIKE A DOG." over the fortifications, which were then The Creole's curiossmii'TUorH. of the street nnd started up the other nearly finished. side, the lieutenant with the carbine in ity nbout sucii mutters charmed the men, nnd it afforded his wake all the time, waiting for an military possible pleasure tothem the answer greatest opportunity to corner his man. About her questions and explain vvory doubt the middle of tho main square Quantreli ful point. entered a saloon, stepped to the bar, and Several weeks rolled by, nnd w lien her called for a drink. company disbanded the actress Just as Quantreli reached over the in Atlanta. She established herbar railing to take up a glass, he self at n popular boarding house nnd glanced into the big mirror against the told her frionds that she needed n rest wall nnd noticed tho federal lieutennnt before going on tho lUchmond sUic. entering with tho carbino ready to fire. She received a great deal of attention Quantreli very coolly set the glass and wns practically the belle of the down, turned about and faced his pur- army. Tho linos wereciowing around sue?. The carbino had by thl time been the city, but tho creolu charmer still brought to tho shoulder of tho lieu- lingered. Tho officers of Johnston's tennnt, its muzzle was within thrcofect army were at her feet. They wcut her of the guerrilla's breast, and the eye costly presents, and every fine day they which looked down the shining barrel might have been seen riding with her was keen and cool. Quantreli dared not along the lines of breastwork. make a false move, nnd he was powerSuddenly the actress disappeared. The less to protect himself by force. IIi3 military men wero nearly eruzy because heavy overcoat was buttoned up to his they could not trace her, but the todies chin, making the pistols buckled at his of the city did not seom to regret her waist useless. Ho gazed at tho lieu- dopnrtun in fact they hinted lhatshe tenant very complacently for a brief wau no better than she should be. The period, smiled, and said': month of June slipped by. and there "How now, comrade; what arc you were no tidings from the missing star. going to do with that gun?" Then ramo July, and with it the begin"Ycr brother wnsn't In school this "Shoot you like a dog if you move n ning of the siege. muscle," was tho reply. "You nre n critical time people soon nfternoon. Nellie." At such "Mother sent him into town to get Quantreli. You have played it for a forget the favorite of tho footlights, long time, but now you're my prisoner. and at the end of the 40 days' shelling some treacle, Vos we'd got company." March into that room there." people were thinking of far more im- St. Pnul's. Quantreli glanced to nn open door at portant matters. The siege was oer The UrovleM Krrat. the end of the bar, but didn't obey the at Iiut and the federate matched in. Uy shoulder cold and marbU heart commnnd. It was not his intention to Full oft of lovo Is froze, Onnfinemorulngu western corps comDut the greatest chill I knew not till do so. His nervo was superb nnd his mander with ids staff rode through the I tsol the tilted nose. complete. city nnd took n look at thefortifications. L. A. W. Bulletin. "Ah, I see," he remarked, quietly. At his side was a small, Mnklni; lllinnelf Plain. "You tnke me for Qunntrell, but you black-eyeyoung uxvn, who acted a: o Yeast What did you mean byaoying wrong me. I nwre yon. My his guide- and pointed out vnriou.s to that scoundrel has been most things of Interest. A prominent At- thnt last book of Penman's mndc you ' provoking. Permit mo to call jny lanta man met this youngster face to smile? Crlmsonbeuk I meant It drove me sergennt nnd I will show you that face, and Ma surprise caused him to I am as true to the union as you nre. stand almost puralyrxjd in hU tracks. to drink. Yonkers Statesman. He has all of my paper.." He was tho pretty Metre, who bad Tim Other Side. Tho lieutenant looked surprised ns turned thu heads of so miuiy officers! "Thcfie careless pedestrians," mutwell ns somewhat confused, and Quan- The strnnger's eve met those of the treli noted his discomfiture. This was Atlnntn man nnd Kiiupped viciously. tered tho bicycle rider, tw ho dismount-c- d at nnothcr crowded crosblng, "nre n signal for the deception to be re- Then n mocking miilo spread over Ids o getting to ben blamed nulsnncel" doubled, and so he continued: hit: glance was plainpiquant face, nud Tribune. "I have nlso heard stories about tho ly ono of recognition. The Georgian (Hit of Hth. gtwrrllla being in this section. To my spoke guardedly to several of certain knowledge he is now in KenII Doyoti think ulieehowshcrage? officers about the mysterious Sho Shows it? Wliy, she 1ms her tucky, und yon nre simply mnking a young man. but they gave very little fool of yourself. Put down your gun, satisfaction. Finally it was learned og buriwl nearly an inch deep! and as longns we are in tho same cruise that he was a famous jerKonntor of let us be friends." male and facial u characters on the She Ilemoved Her Veil. The lieutenant.eompletely unnpluuscd French Htngu in Xew York city. "May I klyonrhnnd?"heu6ked. QuantroU'.s cool effrontery and conat Hut was he a man or a woman? No"Sbo rtrarnvd her veil. "Xo," sho residerably abashed, told him to call his body could answer this question; but Kept the carbine ready to lie or she, ns thocnuo might be.wasouc plied; "I have my gloves on." orderly, but fire. On the street not far away Quan- of the most successful splea who had He Core It to Him. treli saw hoinu of his men talking, and ever fccrvotl the union cause. Tho mys"I noed time to pay this fine, judge." "All right. Sixmonths." X. Y. Jourhe culled to one of them to enter. The tery of this person's sex rrmulned unnal. man went into the saloon, nnd as soon solved. Chicago Chronicle. ld bawl-bearin- Current stories regarding the career of Quantreli, the noted guerrilla who harassed the union soldiers, have resulted in bringing to light the fact that his most thrilling, ami probably his most narrow, escape from death occurred in Danville. Quantreli made but one excursion through this part of Kentucky, but it was n bold dash and he left n trail of blood behind1 him, more than one federal soldier or sympathizer being found with the Quantreli mark the bullet hole in the forehead just between the eyebrows. On the day of Quantrcll's close call ho had arrived in Danville from in Lincoln county. AtHuston-vill- c he had halted to lay in a fresh stock of horseflesh, and there some of his band had murdered a union ofllcer. A woman who had been at Uustonville preceded the guerrillas to Danville, and when Quantreli reached this city she recognized him and spoke to him, calling him by name. Quantreli simply smiled nnd said to her: "Why, madam, you were never more mistaken in your life, I am Copt. of the federal army." Quantreli and all his men were attired in federal uniforms, and were posing as federal scouts. They halted in Danville, and as federal soldiers were in Uus-tonvill- e, revolver, however, in his right hand. ITc approached the lieutenant as no started to withdraw his hand from his cont, but Instead of bringing out the papers ho suddenly, vith the quickness nnd ferocity of a wildcat, sprang upon the young federal, felled him to the floor nnd held him fast, with the muzzle of the revolver against his head, n he cried: "These are tho papers yon arc looking for. We always have them on hand for such ns you. Must I give him the old mark, captain?" "No; let the gentleman up," replied Quantreli. The lieutenant arose and was dis- fine-looki- Awful I'avra. WATER FOR SHEEP. gentleman who had married his cook wns giving n dinner party, and be- Cnleaa It ! Al.aolntelr Pare the Flock Will lie Decimated. tween the courses the good lady sat Water is directly nbsorbed Into the with her hnnds on the table. blood with Suddenly the conversation censed, nnd contained whatever impurity may be in 1L It is to some extent a young man on the right of the hoststrained or filtered of what it may have ess said: of solid matter not dissolved In it, but "Awful pause." whatever is held in solution, nnd some "Yes," snld the cook, with of whnt it may hnvo not disheightened color, "and yours would be solved to some extent,that is Into the goes like mine If you hnd done half as much blood with it. Thus Impure water work." Spare Moments. poisons the very fount of life, says American Sheep Breeder, nnd carries Inevltnlilc. "Perhaps you would like to do the into nn animal what may be the most shopping for the family yourself I" she injurious 'to the health of It, There ore, however, some injurious matters existexclaimed. "Perhaps you would like to under- ing in water which are more especially take the responsibility of providing the deserving of notice on account of their cry deleterious effects, such as the eggs funds," he retorted. or germs of organic matters, cither Then they both shuddered and that there was no use of trying to vegetable or animal, as the spores of settle the question. It was the old, old various minute plants, nnd the embryos of the most deadly parasitic nnimnls. dispute between capital nnd labor. Of these may be mentioned the germs Washington Star. of epidemic diseases due to the growth Some Sntlafnctlnn. in the blood of minute plants derived Mrs. Bridewell I'm glad 1 wasn't from these germs, s and the deadly born in France. Just think of having such ns the liver fluke, the various your husband selected for you by some- intestinal worms, and the ova of many body clsel tape worms. All these may be taken Mrs. Oldham 1 know; but there's the into sheep In water drank from streams cousolntlon of having somebody to or springs or most ircquently from blamc.it on to. Judge. Ptngnnnt ponds. One of the most frequent sources of infection Is the overPnther to the Man. "He'll be n wheelman when he grows flowing of pastures by streams into up," chuckled Mr. Sprocketts, as he which n large extent of manured lnnds dandled his child. mn3' have been drained, or into which "How do you know?" asked Mr. the wastes of towns or cities have been discharged. On this account tlie shepSprocketts. herd cannot exercise too grent caution "Just listen to his for the protection of his flock, or estimouth." X. Y. Journal. mate too highly those most favorable The Story. localities where the streams flow down "Have you heard the 283 story?" uncleared mountain slopes, from the "Xo. What Is it?" primeval "I don't care to tell you; It is too populationforests, or where the spnrsa has never defiled the soil gross." and impregnated it with the with "I know you nre aching to tell me; so germsfilth disease. Xor can he estimate of don't pretend to be squeamish." too highly tho pure artesian fountain "Then here goes; 2SS Is twice 14 J flowing from far down below two gross. Do you see?" Independent. sources of impurity, nnd supplying the the A I.neky Dlanater. Hocks with wholesome drink. And in "How is your wife coming on with the choice of a range or for a farm for her cooking lessons?" the rearing of a flock, this point is to be "She burned her biscuits this inorn- - considered first and Inst as Wing of the most paramount importance. iUff." A cd Ilia Ternia. Mrs. De Fashion I given little reception ncxtTbursdny cvcnlngaud I would like some music, piano solus particularly. Whnt would be your terms? Prof. Pianissimo Kef I go ere simply ns n musk-inn- . und hlay my selections und leave. I gharge twenty-fifbut eef I must go as a guest nnd ipend ze whole evenings talking to von pack of foolo. I gharge vlfty tollnrs. N. Y. Weekly e tol-lar- ZESCEJXjZILiO ! Tho titrlkcrn nro golni to work mid cent will mxiii bo cotnlnir. riueo vour orders mi Unit wo enn work rnrly nnd lute. Wo tliunk veil for punt fa vow und kindly ink tho continuance of Mime. Wo liiivo no Millcltor s; walking tho streets, lint nwalt your onion, which will Ik) neatly atiil promptly tilled. Don't usk credit for wo huvo no ciipltnl to back ns. Wo would hi-a telephone In our olllcu but wuenn't lienr. (ipio mid mo us. Gl-NOKI. .: WIN. "ad. o U tered Mrs. Kltcr. whose son has shown marked preference of late forn striking blond. "Once let him get infatuated with n woman, and he'snbsnlutely blind to her faults." "No; only deaf, my denr." responded Mr. Kltzer. "He declines to take other people's words for them." Chicago "A man Is alwnyn such a foci." sput- Ilia Affliction. ymmm MOyT4Hi . rim &'i'rTi3Vy;Z3?wJ.isw m!-- &i8s3sgS5r S l.i: tT. T THE BUIC-aiUS- IIKRO HODS Journal. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey BED A pnra-slte- Why weep th woman comfortless? Her humid why dotli nhe wrlngT The puMr'it full of bargain nils. filio dorsn't need a thing. Chlcufto Journa IMS CIIANCK. I.ihI Optinrlnnlt)'. Mjr lirfwdm were from the lot lirrdi o! l I'fi-ln- o of till fumuiK In wvcmlSutM A plnulM lot of pip of ttltoretit sg( for Ml. IItmI lin-tt- cklil w tocUllr Kollcltnl. StlfarllonRiur.inteTl AiMrciw Oorm-pmulriir- e R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. x-f- Mb mm mm UR&K.&K. Aerlci 20 YEARS IN OHIO. The Leading Specialists of 250,000 Corel g WECURESTRICTURE Thouundl of roiinr and mtililln.arr.1 men are troubled with thin dUin many iincunKiouur. inrr may iiatanrinart- treain, tnir icnralion, imall, twlrtln fhnrn cuttinc ialniut tlmci". illclit illt-runrec, uimruuy in roimurncfnr, wrak own. cmllon, nnd all tho jnutonu of npnoun debility they h.iio STUN.' i nih, lion iiiuoctorpiirunfiilon you. by cuttlnk. tiretchlnc. or tearinit you, im will imt euro you. as It 111 re turn. Our Ni:V MinilOD THKAT- - 111 .Ml. .NT nbforbi the flrlrlnrn Hour: t. dhflfedfe bd nviivuivuiiMi-- i te I j Tvo-i:iTht-i:i- !Ai JV tiiuruii-iiir-J ! iTrinnnriuiy. It ran never return. Nn tLiln.nntnfTrr agj .. Hi In. tn al.kt.tnf Ir.n fr.n I... .!... .I.m ill., I .. .ruriliirr. " lie (tentatively) They say kissing is dangerous. Khe (ouhely) Whnt opportunities it afTonU for the display of courage! inopoiuauirituntsrenfrngtli- ineinou ".J rnrxi. me nerves nm ln liruratetl. and tna bum l iDintiooa lelurnr. .. HAULING CORN FODDER. I Hrooklyii Faglc. IHfToreut You will notlco In Drar Mnrie I.Ike d d While llouttiiu down the ttrrum, The dray portrayed herewith is made Thnt the milk of human klndntws of eight fence boards, Soldooi rulscs any cream. "hlcui;o Nows. ns shown nt a a, etc., with one Jence board 7 feet long, crosswise unNever 9ntlsneil. derneath In front, b. On top in front "There's no such thing ns satisfying la n2 by C long piece, c, with 8 some people." nvid the iceman, ns ho inch bolts 5a Inches long through looked the second time nt the scales to make sure thnt he hadn't ghen the right weight; "in summer time people grumble because the Ice nt their door runs away, and in winter they kick bel cause it don't." YoukcrsStntftunnn. An DnfeelliiK lluahuntl. Mrs. lllckers Is my hnt on Mrnlght? II 1 Mr. lllckers It Is on as straight na 10-fo-- the One In Snvea Lota of Wurk. Irtnre from Home Com. life's voyage, Thousand of Tounr nnd inliblle-air- d men nro hatlnir their texual tirur and vitality continually rapt1"! liy tm ill- ene. Ihey aro Irequrntlr iiiicotieclotia Init Msnlioo.1. WECURE GLEET enkne. IHx-linrtr- 111 I r - , nrieoeele, Mirunkrn oi Ambition, rart. tie. UI.IIKT ami hTHIlTL'Hi: may l0 tho cnuc. Don't comult fnmllv doctor, ai they hare no ricrleijcn in allow thee eial diteaiet-ilo- u'l (Quacks to eii'crlnient on yon. Comult h(eclllt. who hat o mails a life f tmlr of lllwMo( ifen and Women. OurNKW .MKTIIOI) TKKATAIKNT mil to.l. tlrely euro you. Ono thousand dollars accept for treatment ami for a cannotcure. Terms looderato forn cure. inorautootinrro irniiomiu uenrral 1 ninlurn" Full. Ncrtournrf, l'ur .Mem-or- r. trHtabllltr. at timet hmatllnirHen. Mllon. hunaen l.ytr. with dark cirelr. It. eak. Hark. Itctieral llenrpiiinn. Ijirk : .... : . " oi ... " cawe CURES GUARANTEED treat and euro- - EMISSIONS, YAltlt'Ot'Kl.i:. Rvi'iitT.m m.Ki-rr.STItllTl'llK. I.MI'OTKNCV SKi'HKT nitAINS. I'NNATI HAh MSCIIAHU- h I INi;V and lll.A DDKll 1Icm. HOOKS . t'ONSl'LTATION FHKB. l'llKM If unable to call, write for giKriTION UL.VMv fur UOMU TllKATilKNT. . 1 1 could m expected. "What do you mean by thnt?" "Well, you couldn't expect our hat to be on perfectly straight, because you haven't got u level head."- - X. Y Jour-un- l. r. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, IW7 aY xim. I li W -- I , Kill love, even the dcvll"H not nfc black n he's painted. COXIX CHOP DIU.Y. Mrs. S. 1 don't know nbout that, South ? but I know he'h a good deal blacker Then make n, b and c. On the rear of top is nnothcr piece, d, just like c, through which and than he paints himself. Detroit Free the trip over the famous lnch boltfl Prcsfl. the boards a, arc run 8 Queen & Crescent Route. 3 long. The heads of all bolts inches Tlie lament Youth. Historic andscenic country are underneath. IJore two holes for "I tlkank you, nlr, for your kind stakes, e e, near the outer ends of hind to call on your daughter." en route, vcstibuled trains cross piece d. Fasten by chn!n in "il.mmlor tlmt I turn out the gas that have no equ.il front, and half the terrors of foddnr at cclook." hauling have disappeared. A crovi sec"All right, sir; I'll not come before in the South, and the tion is fthowa nt the right of th illus- that tiioo," Harlem Life. shortest j'ourney possible. tration. Farm ojxI Home. -- f 3f III If ) A New Dnnuer. Little KlmiT Dunk (rushing ln)-ma, there Is n ragged old man out by the gate who nas he in a Klondike sufferer! Sliull I lot the dog loose? Mrs. Dunk Xo. indeed! They cat logs up there, and your father paid ten dollar for Watch. X. Y. Journal. .She Wn (jettlnir Mmplolnna. Mr. Sprightly Well, you know, my Oh, vmM MrBrjBjraBTTBx.iaVrH aBM aa B aLW aa B iia CINCINNATI, O. r'w -- Are You Going? ier-mlssIo- H tn A dark-face- d, d rescm-blanc- or-dcr- l3 I Clii-cug- Slier-'man- 's Tlt-IJit- s. travel to the most important The prnctioe of dipping slwnrp Ib a southern cities via the very eommondnblo ono. hi fact. It U considered nbolutly necetwory for Queen & Crescent. the preservation of n flock. Many on Wrlle for Information to the wetitern range think thnt hlieop V. C UlneariHjii, (Jeticral IWcugrr Akii', . but there are frr fvom all Tlint Una All. nnclmutl, the fact remain thnt whila sboep may "You two attorneys look like broth-er- Send lUrvnti for flno Art colored I.lllionrapln o van a year or two and show no signs said tlw client to the partners In l.Kikout Mountain and ClilekainaiiK'a, of being affected In any way, tliore a law firm. may be a few sheep that are affected "Hut we are uot." replied one. and consequently the whole Hock "Xo." added tho other, "wo ure only must be dipped to reach the few ns brotlmnt In law." Detroit Free Press. : tth rit tif 4f tit ; ; well as to prevent the growth of tlie ; The Alternative. disoam until it nffeotH the. whole flock. Thoughtful Mother You really must : : : Dakota Field and Farm. not hnvoany more of thatcake, Johnny; :: You con't sleep on n full stomach. feed tlie I'Ik Often. PFryMBs pjttjtrjttjf ' Heckles Son Well, ma, I can lie on Many a tnau would be surprised if he knew liow many timet a w nur:et her my back. Spar Moments. : j rjt tjf pigs during a dny. There are two rea: He Knerr It All. i'r.Jttlttjf sons for this; first, the sow it not nble 1a.a-.....- a "Do you know much ulioiit 'MiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimb to retain her milk n king time; .ccomlt Dolley?" ashed MIm Amy. canoes. Mr. n pig has a small Htmnnch nnd cannot "Yes, indeed," replied Mr. store nway a great quantity of food at nm a eance sir." LouisvilleDolley. "I Courlcr-Journaone time. There is it natural erxm In this: In order to hnve pigs do well nt ivvT i tnnMivenilile.- an early age feed little but ofton four Mr. i:ilnkin You know the old times is iKJtter than three a dny, esproicrh: "The brat Ls the eheniest?" pecially If It i a sloppy or milk food. Hllnkins Oh, you arc mistaken. Farm, Stock and Jlomn t 1 know, for The is the tUtarcMt. I'va nslted tlie prices. X. Y. Weekly. Dry DcdilltiH tow Iloaa. Many of our farmers, in fact tlie Currevt. majority of them, do not givu "Which Is my right lvand?"n!ded one attention! to the matter of fur- piaalcd little hoy of V 1 1 nnotlKr. A SWo nishing dry nnd comfortable sleeping l a .. (vm ITNJ "Th one you wriU with, of places for their hogs, nnd It is no un- rcpliinl the lutUr. Louisville cotirs,"l. Courier-Journacommon sight to see n hog pen a foot deep in mud after a rain, nndno shed or All the S'nme tit the Und, other place for tlie animals k retirtt to. lit a k J. ltf.Kn. : Etlxil Did you hear of the engageHogs lovo a warm, dry place to sleep, . IMI.HACO.V. T T V. V. A, touUvlUe. ' nnd in their natural plate will fimT it. ment of Jack ami lVnVop? T r r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiir llnrokl Dar mel thtn Jack ha is poor policy to iveglect providing It finally noovWd? thorn likewise when in confinement. Xo; ftuncumbsd, Puck. Hural World. dlu-awt.V DIUDluir '" u ;tMMl rntoa'tne.. Phwnl's liHKimnia," Motku? Mlk Whol, ut's a diMase thotwon't let a felly tlilnp whin lie wants tol )'. Dagorrah! ut iuiu4it be a good deal loilu nn alar-ruclock, thin! Puck. l'a Hlmllarlt). You save a hundred miles of :r2SSiSlLrrjttjf -- w Wftiv&ifib'b 4 !VWV l. i) . I 1 4tlo rttf tttjf it fWXHt:: flr. i In-s- Btifil-cic- nt (YV f io I " IT tttf-fftttt-- f ?! ntl) III is u If yon have hog cholera on your fnjm, be 'i'Hu OuOial bors' interests to bury or burn casses of the dead. just enough to youmdf nnd neighthe car- to Tom Passay? What prompted you topropoee Miss Paseayv PrvBiptar. Jack Brooklyn Life. wwwwwwwwwwwwt 2&j- .- tftt?ttttttttttfttttftff rg- - Jg , uittim mijgynit " i. ffmmmtm -- ' ri-- 'i J- , -- .. r ? - , ' Z A.mj?rM.',ntuA.tf4 Ati .J.,I.'' t..x...-.4A.l. ' HL.'ttsags.'wk.'wrL',. .m.r'.'w.'-.'.i- J..i..l JLii Lsrf. .f. l . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Guns, now Block, great Craig it Hooker. variety. re- Royal makes the food pure, wholeome and tlellclou. a.gwgr-r.t.r.ijr4r.i'-?rr- .f - Nov. 5, 1897 Ficksh oysters at .'Joe per quart, ceived daily. John II. Meier. Hi:AUTirt7L.Uno f Danville, Ky. sRK-s- E. C. Walton, BusiNiss Managed. received at Warren Mackintoshes, I lubbers, of & Jardiniere just Shanks. Umbrel- pOYAL, PUKSCKII'TIONS aro filled right and las, Overcoats, Shoes etc. Severance at rltfht prices at Penny's Drug Storo. & Son. Stock must be reduced. Special inPERSONALS. Mn. S. P. Stagg went to. Louisville Tuesday. Lloit.v, Wednesday afternoon, to the wife of K. Bremer, a boy. Mtis. Eliza Bi.ai.n' lias taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays. J. W. COCHKAN, of Oarrard, Is at Joseph Prico Inllnnary for treatment. Mil. J. G. 13AUC3H, of Rockcastle, Is with bis brother, Henderson Baugb. ducements to cash buyers. Come and see. Mark Hardin. RiUHT on Boh Lauohed Last When Bob Whitley returned from Monticollo n. month ago, Joe Reed, also colored,, showed him a buggy that ho was going: to take Thompsio Cooper back to In after tho election. Yesterday Bob went to Joe and tried to hire n team, but couldn't get it. "Well," said he, "let mo have your wheelbarrow. ,r "What do you want with it?" askeel Joe. "Nothing much" was the response, "I just want to move Curamint back to Crab Orchard." IIus-tonvill- X c the heels of the proclamation for Thanksgiving comes the report of a very short turkey crop in Kentucky. POWDER Absolutely Pure HOYAl Death. John Zcllner, aged .", died at Crab Orchard yesterday from the effects of a paralytic stroke received Tuesday. Ho was the father of Mrs John Shaw Edmlston and lived in Pa- ducah till a few years ago. m Jahvis Bitos. have sold their butcher shop on Lancaster street to George M. Austin, of Lancaster, and ho has taken possession. m 6AKIP10 PODA CO., NtW YORK. Latest style cull links at Danks'. f t We will have on sale Tuesday and took tlio train here for Burgin yesterWednesday some fine novelties in silk day. "We nhvnyH have go ninny things to mention in our Stanford nils, tlint we M. P. Huurr, Esq., of Montgomery, lined black and silk lined tan jackets. linvo to neglect poincthin'g. This season wo linvc only given a general nicn-tio- n Ala., spent several days with friends Severance & Son. hcto. of our etock ot , W. II. Shanks can't keep out of tho To-D- ay w. W. B. McKlNNKY has rented Mrs. procession of advertisers. Seo his Eliza Portman'a property on East Main space on this pago and observe what Big box Hair Pins 8 cents, price 10c; Apron Ginghams at 4 cents, price 5c; Street. low prices he makes. . Calicoes at 4 cents, price 5 cents; Miss Maymi: Caiidin, of New Hav4 cents, price 5c; Smaller box " en, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. N. Blea Cottoon 4 cents, price 6; Ladies' Wool Slipper Soles l'Jc, price 25c; Fahmehs tell us that tho rain lni9 Roller. put the ground in splendid fix for sow- 3(1 in. Uro. Cotton, 4 cents, price Cc. R. Faiikis, of Lexington, came ing wheat and that although it is rathJohn Large line of Ladies' Shoes which cost f 1.50 nnd 2 I will close out at 31. Other over to attend the burial of Mr. Tine er late for sowing, much more will bo goods a so reduced, but ony for Friday and Saturday. Gentry. done. Dr. J. B. Owsley tells us that Dli. J. T. BOHON was here yesterday he will put in, in all, 200 acres. Showliapplcr than a big sunllower over the ers Friday; warmer, is the weather pre, And projWMJ to give you here n more extended list of what we linvo and the victor. . diction. MLj ) Dr. I). E. PitocTOit and family, of four new design in hlnek Jacquard Crocodile prices. At 35c wo you When Thomsic Cooper went to Louisville, aro with Br. and Mrs. J. G. Thcto aro not Mrictly all wool, hut arc very sightly and weaves, Wednesday, the people heard Carpenter. excellent for wear. Mits. Daisy BAicr.ii, of Klngsvillc, of It and ubout 50 horsemen and others was here yesterday to bring her moth- met him a mile or two this side of town and escorted him thither with wild At fiOe wo have ( new, all wool, eolid, weighty .lacqunrds, l.r inches wide. er to the train. MltS. S. T. McRohkiits, of Gum Sul- cheers and hurrahs. On bis arrival he wool; Also lmth Storm Serges and Imperial Serges, 18 inches wide and all phur, Is with her parents, "Squire" was nearly torn to pieces by his legion Canvas, nil wool; KJ inch Henrietta fine twill. of friends who were anxious to give and Mrs. James Raines. Mil. R. H. BliONAUGH, of Crab Or- him a shake. At 7fie Kxtrn value in fine Cheviot Serges, 52 inches' wide, very stylish chard, was on Wednesday's train bound The Baileys aro much in note. Baiand wrviceahle; Kxtra fine Henrietta If! inch; Fine French Serges f0 for the Lexington races. ley, democrat, of Texas, sjoke Friday train master of this B. N. ROM-Kiinches wide. "o Carlisle; Bailey, rep., of Kentucky, Good Goods at the Lowest Possible C.'tsh Prices, division, is one of the directors of the at spoke here at Paris, Bailey, Ind., rep., Goods sold on time but one small figured Jacquard weave, which is such good value new Lebanon Junction bank. At8fo of Ohio, bad much In Enquirer against E. R. Davis orders her paper MltS. that we have sold fiOO yards of it. Alo 10 inch "Solid," something new Bailey, tho horso of Bourchanged Clcndennln, W. Va., to which Hannn; Joo bon, won at Louisville Paris in a smooth, Nitin weave. and place she bus recently moved. And then thero is our own Mil. J. Thomas Ciikiihy, of Brod-bcaJames P. Bailey, who so gallantly 81.-- .', nutl pattern" in 10 inch, Cloth hack Aruiuree; Choice At was hero Wednesday to soo his wrenched the county judgeship from 18 inch Drap D'cto in very line twill; fiO inch Whijcord; 54 inch heavy wlfo who is at Joseph Price Infirmary. republicans and turncoats. Dli. J. W. Powell, of Mobcrly, Mo . 18 inch real Camel's Hair. English Cheviot Sorgo. 52 inch Satin Klheuf. Is visiting his cousin, J. W. Powell, IN the Stanford town election Judge f)0 inch figured Armures. N. H. Where you have more than one quality of any drug orand paid us a pleasant call Wednesday. W. R. Carson, who had no oposition Miss Julia Bi:aiio, who has been for police judge, got .TJ; J. N. Mencfeo dered, and when ive do not specify the maker, At 31.50, Kxtra fine uality 50 inch Whipconl nnd Dingouul Coating. with Mrs. M. S. Baughman during her got 15U votes for mayor, defeating D. f0 inch double woven Rungaline or Poplin. Handsome Novelty figured goodH illness, returned to Louisville yester- W. Vandovecr, who got HIS, by 15. J. day. 10 inch. II. Baughman got 123 votes for counMils. C. II. Paine and children, who cilman; J. B. Mershon 11(1; W. M. have been with her parents, Mr. and ' You can get an idea from thialNt of the extent of our Black Goods and if Mrs. W. P. Tate, returned to their Bright 123; Dr. W. B. O'Bannon 115; J.C. McClary 115; J. A. Allen US. you can't come and K'e them write us for sample. homo In Boston Wednesday. This ticket, which was known as the Eld. J. G. Livingston and daugh People's Ticket, was defeated by the That is the way our orders to wholesalers read and that's why your tor, Miss Maggie, paid us a pleasant following, known as the Good Govern prescriptions are always properly filled here. call yesterday. The preacher is migh- inent Ticket: John M. Stone 135; Dr. ty proud of the democratic victories. J. F. Peyton I3(i; Peter Straub, Jr., Mn. and Mils. Joseph Coffey, of 131: M. D. Elmore 133; B. Frank Rout Livingston, are buro to settle their 133 nnd J. S. Hundley 127. This ticket trade with Mr. R. Williams, who takes is supposed to favor saloons. mm a residence in D.uivillo for his home here. IN the circuit court, which began a IN oroi Mil. and Mus. W. L. Evans have yesterday in earnest, there were (57 taken rooms at the Myers House and Commonwealth cases on the docket, will remain there until they get pos- nono for murder, 20 equity appearances, session of the house Mr. J. E. Bruce 23 ordinary appearances, 23 old ordinow occupies. nary nnd 111 equity. ' Six persons ask Mn. P. Iv. TltlHHLE, who Is a worthy for divorce. FOUdescendant of George W. Trlbblo, who The following petit jurors were sevoted the democratic ticket for 70 lected yesterday: . years, camo ovor from Fayetto to mark F. M. Howard, P. S. Hughes, Alex Holtzclaw, J. T. Brown, C. J. Crow, of We can not give you a n?.nre you that wo have all the under tho rooster. boy of J. K. VanArsdale. Wm. Epperson, G. Russell, the good- - mentioned among the Black Goods in colors and many more besides-WDr. E. J. Brown, picked up a hot Iron M. Ballard, J. A. Dudderar, W. A. We have now on sale the most claim the largest variety and best values in Tailor Suitings, such as Tuesday afternoon and bis hand was Hull, A. C. Carman, J. A. McKeo, Ike Broadcloth", Covert Whipcord", &c, to be seen in Central Kentucky. considerably burned. In his father's Eubanks, G. W. Leach, Henry Cumabsence, Dr. O'Bannon dressed tho mins, Richard Hester, A. L. Spoona-morAll wool Dress Goods from 25c up. wound and hu is doing well. John Tombs, Sam Bastin, Hugh Mil. John Mukimiy, of May wood, Seargent, G. R. Engleraan,J. M. has bought out S. A. Sallce's stock of J. L. Totten and Green Acgoods and will conlinuo tho business at ton. the same stand. Mr. Murphy is an exAnderson Carr was finoJ SiOin.12 perienced business man and wo aro whisky c.isc and tho court adjourned Of Ladies' Capes and Jackets and Men's and Roys' Overcoats ever expleased to wolcomu him to Corbln. owing to a misunderstandtill hibited in Stanford. We are oilering them at News. A LETTER from our genial friend, ing between tho day of the month and Will G. MeKinney, at Montgomery, tho day of the term. Ala., says ho is facing danger ut post Why not come now while stock is com- duty, and compares Montgomery to Cloak weather is liound to come. Died Suddenly. Valentino W "Deserted Village" We of tailor Jackets Goldsmith'sho may escape tho fever Gentry, familiarly known as "Tine," We have a fine and make your selection. plete trust that That wo don't buy goods to keep. died of heart's disease at his son, C. V. in Black, Navy, Brown, Yale. Blue, Cardinal, Tan, Cadet Blue nnd Green, plague. Decatur, Ala., News. Gentry's, homo, about 12:30 Wednesall silk lined, from 80.50 to 820. Plush ami Cloth Capes from 82 to 815. day. Ho had not been in good health HOME NEWS, Misses' and children's Jackets of every quality from 81 to 815. for a day or two, but was in town TuesSee our new jackets. Severance & day and voted for tho democratic tickSons. Dry Goods, Clothing' and Shoes. et. Ills son Insisted on bis returning cheap. J. homo as soon as he voted, but bo was Beautiful line lap rugs $m?M2G3iV&!,?: so interested in the election that it was C. McClary. VK'J jxdls to close before uearly time for the New sterling silver novelties. See ho could be persuaded to leave. He Danks, tho Jeweler. was feeling not much worse Wednes day morning and was out of the house Read tho wondorful belled buzzard soveral times, but about noon bo told story In our Ilustoovillo letter. that ho was ill and bis daughter-in-laNew raisins, currants, llgs, citron, asked her to make a mustard plaster nuu, &c. Higgins & MeKinney. and place over bis heart. She did so LL5BtWip in w wi 11 I?IhVJ9!a. and a few minutes he throw his arms DlliED Peaches, Apricots, Prunes about her neck and said: "Honoy, I and Apples at Warren & Shanks'. am dying" and expired in a few secMr. If you come to town court day drop onds.been a Gentry was 70 years old and Mes Don't Co. Messrs. H K. Wearon & Hon. Stanford Gentlemen: In ivply to jour widower for 17 years when had ctrletly on Its merits; tlie makers lljjht in and look at Sevoranco & Sons boots, letter will h.iv that tlio Kentucky Mm? Drill standsno o mis unn nmi unu (iun.nii-.uimj his wife, who was a daughter of tho their law suits In court UIIM not III tlio shoes and overcoats. ilrllls must 1h) deficient In real merit whuti their ANo lato Chris Englcraan, was called to a li.mil nntiiiiirlcmeiit. peoplethat otherinj uicm. e Ruiramtu jirj ircuon. i ours, uren-nInto seek to scare W. B. McRoheiits is having the in- better world. Besides tho son men- makers Oo.s' Western Agricultural bin Works. Louisville, bejit. 2. MulTs wont work. Thero A. y ijurjuuin mil scu mr iiii'iusvivi'B. terior of his storo room improved by a tioned ubovo ho leaves another, II. II. is no mlstako about this rnachluo helnR coat of paper and paint. Gentry, who lives near Kansas City, if cottage on Lo- Mo., two married daughters, Mesdames Deshiauee of M gan avenue for rent. Just vacated by Thomas Gentry and John Stout, Nannlo Gentry, of Danville, and Miss B. N. Roller. J. F. Peyton. Disc Harrodsburg. Ho was a clever man Tho nest Is always Imitated. Tho Superior is tho Genuineuro an Drill. Has beenan experiment and tested and 1'lves satisfaction. All other Disc Drills S. and his children and friends aro disCourt against one com J. II. Minks has been appointed tressed ut the loss of him. After serw on tho Suporlor. Suit has been untered In tho U. postmaster at Moreland, this connty, vices at tho Christian church by Elder pany for Infringement. Farmers, Investigate before buying. and W. A. Abner at Bengc, Clay coun- J. T. Sharrard at 2 i. M. yesterday he was laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery. ty. Miss Lizzik Dilmon, of Lancaster, SPECIAL SALE and To-Morro- BlaekDressGoods 38-inc- m 30-i- ri IIus-tonvil- lo r TE3F XX SHANKS MARK HARDIN, 10-inc- h Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. t, f)0-inc- Kcn-tuckia- n. d, Low Cash Price To ALL. m 1 JJIwafS ;eFii Phe Best. Colored li-- t thc-c.'h- ut Dress PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Goods- Mole-Skin- TOP COATS, -- 1 four-year-o- ld Liadies and SenfelemGr?. e s, e, ts, Ladies' : Wraps. Price Ouf EXTENSIVE LINE Prices that Will Convince You to-du- y, SEVERANCE St SONS. UNDERWEAR. The Best w I Disc Drill BEST : MADE r n-.i- r lMlM-r- s an ilouble-genrcrt- Danville, Ky. six-roo- m J3. K. WEAR EN St SON. thor-nmrh- lv $. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY. . . tSJft vAt f.w '.JLiJril- Jjg "Q-i'J- H ii .- -, tmtwrdmhQW'iB Fff&IStSvgpi vf flp - '.tHWKJ 5!F'"Tfnyjf - S dealers. READ. COMPARE. INVESTIGATE. The merchandise The idea that overshadows all others is to give you avc oiler and the prices wc ask will bear favorable comparison with any store in LANCASTER or elsewhere. We have no desire to be known as "cheap' Than any one else. "Wo do it there's no doubt about that. These principles arc the basis on which wo ask your patronage. ftpTWe have a few all wool Suits loll' at 0.50. arc showing u great line of Suits at $7.50 and ?10. We have a few Novelties left in Suits at $12 and $15. Overcoats to Suit you with prices that will please you. J3hcI1 ' We Bootees in abundance all sizes and all widths at 1 and $5. -- Satisfaction at Less Cost 1 J Best Underwear in the United States for $1 per Suit. Sec our Colored Shirts at 50o and all shapes and styles. Give us a call and let us convince you that we can save you money. Don 't Fai 1 oSee Us on BOOTS and SHOES. 1. We are sole agents for the Celebrated John B. Stetson Hats. We hae thorn in l Our Prices are the Lowest, our Styles the Best, our Store the Busiest. i ct u LANCASTER, KY. e THE INTERIORJOURNAL rrld-a-v- e James Jones bought In Casey and Queen it Crescent Route. Handsomo nothing but constant work and a ier-feorganization could have accom- Adair a bunch of fat heifers and stceis lithograph, colored blrds-eyiew of 's Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, plished tho result. The boys aro just- at 3 to 3c. Ridgo and portions of tho Chlck-amauly jubilant. Tho many friends of Judge VICINITY NEWS. flcldjas seen from the summit Saulley send congratulations. Wal-denga H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith. KTNKOM, KY All kliuUnirrpilrUit Upholttrrlag a sli P Kl. YKA.ll X3T When not IN- - ADVAXCK will o charged. AN EASY WAY TO COUNT THE NUMHElt OF OKAIN3 OF WHEAT IX A UUSHKL. To tho IMItor of the Im riou Joikvau If you take the number of persons present when Jesus ate tho last pass-ovsupper with his disciples before Ills crucifixion and multiply It by tho number present when he Instituted the Lord's supper; then multiply by tho number of times God acknowledged Jesus as His Son; then multiply by the number of disciples with Jesus at His transfiguration: then add the number of the hour when Cornelius was prying and tho messenger of the Lord stood before Him; then subtract tho number of soldiers who took active part in tho crucifixion; then multiply by tho number of times Jesus told ono of His apostles to forgive a brother who sinned against Him; then add tho number of fishes that was caught when Jesus told His disciples where to cast tho net and subtract the number of tho times Jeotis told Peter He would deny him before the cock crows and you have tho num ben of grains of wheat lu a bushel. er gopjldOS.CO Ire aralLTOffi liXs Trains leaYO : Til MED, i p. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Stanford at 7M0 a. m. and 25 p. in andJMOS 11. m, returning at LANCASTER. p a p p in m lu m Merrill Tartar killed Will Redmond at Jamestown by cutting his throat. Tom Arkley was seriously wounded by his brother in a fight over politics in Harlan county. Editor M. F. Hctherington, of the Lebanon Enterprise, mourns the loss of his son, of scarlet fever. Captain .1. H. Myers, formerly a K. C. conductor, was Mjveroly injured last week by his horse jumping from under him, fracturing ligaments of his tliij.h four-year-old Highest stylo of Lookout Mountain. of lithographer's art. On lino paper; plate 10x21. Mailed for 10 cents In stamps. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r ngt., Q. C. Route, Cincinnati, O. Do you piny whUt, euchre or othor games? Tho F. V. V. playing card is bettor than any curd on tho market. Send 15 cents for ono deck or 25 cents for two decks, (stamps or currency) to C. H. Ryan, ass't gen'l pass'r agi., C. k O. Ry., Cincinnati, Ohio 50-ce- nt wlty done ai .s..ii.ticnuj rutu!a ("unraaM-d- ritra . FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company, OF Co., KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. Train going North " " No. 26 ' bouth " No. 25 " " " " No.2J For allirolnts. 24 ,.12 37 13 ..12 01 ,. 1 27 ..3 TUKO'IGH TICKETS &OLI). UAGQAUi: CHECKED THROUGH. For anr Information enquire ol JOE S. KICK, Agent, btanford, Kj. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Juuttlou City as follows: 02 m 2 No. l.South .... 11 57 a in No. 4 North ,..., i 40 P IU a a .- t11 91 n ttl it ......1 3U p in ' 0 11 21 in No. 5 " 6 w a m " 10 8 20PUI No Q and G do not run unuas, aim u Note-- N. Henry Patterson says thnttho republican party is like a last year's Almanac, of no use now or in the future. Mrs. Mnrj Elkin sent us some nice pecans, which grew on a largo tree, on her premises about two miles from town. Mr. T. and abdomen. ROKI.VN. : Squire Smith and John Pointer, two prominent men of Dallas, Pulaski county, got Into a biawl over tho election and Smith was very badly cut. Both were drunk. A Word To You. tlnk-inoru'N find llulrrtiu at Got you Harbor Shop lie U the xlloktl and lnwt hnriior In I'lab Orchard. K) 0 Caledonian Insurance 1MOC. of Scotland. oTANlllltl), KV. SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietor!. I'OUNDKD J. Hatcher still claims that South than Junction City, nctlbcr Ko no do they run Sundays. FRANKFORT AHO CINCINNATI RY. ho constructed Capt. Hcrndon's. shoes was one cause of Judge Saulley's large majority. Gov. Bradley was here on Tuesday to vote. Ho reminded his friends of Gov. McCreary with a beardless face. R. H. and W. A. Pettus went to Somerset to see their father, who is dangerously the manner in which FREE Of Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills, thoUnivorsal Modicino for All Kidno y R.B.MAHONY.Agt., LIVERY,FEED&;SALE STABLE I DITRIBUTI0N OF SAMPLES! rramiuaMa Flm-Oan Junction City, Ky. ralr. Turnout, promt , nsroinoE; i All prrwiit Jralrlne IxkuiI IVhU for plank wt ami rallliu or wire fenrecan SikI wbat fence, they wantal iu jr .lore nrar Cwlar Ir.rk.on the pits IrllliX fruui C'rah OrdiarJ to Manfonl I alw LwiiouhauJaiuppljof plank f.,r fMieltnr All kllnlaofluniUr Tor LnlMliirf purwt also lioarUa iijl lilncltih .11 prrtona JmIiUir any article of llila kind van rail ou 1110 at nir tioro nearfdar -- xtrr IS rvtpTCtttllljr tolirltrd. T. L. SHELTON, ICY.. ill. J. Bright. VIAGEOHUtrOWN. A. M. 35 IS 20 6 10 200 315 4 50 1155 Ltc. Somerset, Arl2M " 1131 " Jet. City, 35 Arr Georaetown, Lt 9 30 ' Frankfort, o ' w' A. M i'iO 630 "6 300 5 30 8 40 Arr Paris Dally exempt bunday. p DERCAW 0 p. A ROBERT FISH, Tim crack b.irlicr, 1 now back at his old ready to stand In Mm. Egbert's store-rooshave and haircut. All ulvo you u needing work hhould call on him. Ho Is sure to please jou. Crab Orchard, Ivy. m 11 rxt-cla- ss 0- sale:. 805 Acres Fine Land FOR Hluo-Oras- Mortlv in terms. ments. well fenced, well Iris all the necessary ImproveWo will sell rJvatelV and on easy s, i nd GENTKV Stanford, Kj MHOS. Mason Hotel MRS U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror.. Lancaster, in-ie- Kentucky. first-class. Newly furnished, clean beds; splcndsd Porters tabic EvervtUlnc 89 trains. t 3-X- jE HOG'S. roca. Registered Du Splendid individuals Both flabt Fall's nud til.flNPK53PWiffl KKtvZX, jtliis Spring's far row, rrices rcasonnuic. no cnargu tor crating. J. H. & H. J. KcHOBEETS, Stanford. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, IHfHBE Stanford, Ky. OCiceoTer MclloberU' Drug Storo In tliej Owsley llulldfu s:a. w. b. FEanrsr, Stanford, Ky. assessor by 08; T. J. Hammond constable by 111. The city elected E. Brown, dcm., for police judge, and a democratic board of councilmen. The republicans give Bailey a plurality of 43; Burn-sidfor county judge, 7; Martee, for representative, 551), over Kelloy, independent; Saunders, for sheriff, 32; Greenleaf, coroner, 20, and dipt. Hern-dofor circuit judge, OS. Ilindman received 70 votes in the county, Wallace 33 and Parker 8. Duncan, for county clerk, and J. S. Owsley, with no opposition, ran with their- resjHJctlve e, n, - Frank Richardson Is feeding 300 cat20c Good H)rtipiir gallon tle In Barren county and has bought 30c Country Sorghum 1,000 barrels of corn at 82, to start on. Wo aro opening up New Dried F. K. Trlbble, of Fayette, agent for JULIUS H0DB3.M.D. democratic victory all over the coun- Tom Stevens, bought from A. W. Carcattle at 3.G0. try. With a county 200 republican, penter IS Cll'oimy'a Drug Stor. of this town, bus tho Apricots, Figs, reputation of olferlng top'itronsthoso goods even giving a majority of 424 In 1S90, Advocate. Beans, Flake Horn" The Charles Green Handicap at Lex- only which are known to produce satisfactothe democrats have elected J. W. Hamilton circuit clerk by 145; Letcher Ows- ington Tuts lay was won by Perform- ry reiults. J.u.irnlng of the inurvoloiu worth of Dr ny, Zjc, Xjc. ley county attorney by 130; David Ross ance, with Simon W. aud Winker sec- Ilobljs .Sjiarugtis Klilnoy I'HIh. n eIileuceil jailer by 11; Miss Eliza Lusk school su- ond and third. by the endorsement of cured ,tllent- and We also have a lot of Infant's toand Children's Clonks from 81.75 8.1. The Glasgow Times says that Simon drugglsth, G. L. Penny, mail" arrangements perintendent by 20S; James McCarley 1,000-poun- d At Cartersvlllo on Monday night, Thomas Roylston and George Ballard engaged in a difficulty, during which they used their pistols, the former being wounded in the shoulder and the latter in the neck. Neither of the wounds is serious. W. T. Short, deputy U. S. marshal, arrested Sam Royston, colored, of this city, and took him to Mt. Vernon to be tried before a U. 5. commissioner on the charge of selling whisky without license. He can lind beveral more and it is hoped that he will. The Intekiok Journal Extra, dis tributed here on Wednesday, was glad, ly received and the glorious democratic news from Lincoln and elsewhere gave additional icasons for rejoicing. The republicans are trying to explain how it happened, but there In only ono solutionthe peoplo are tired of republican rule and want the party back in power that seeks to lessen their burdens by low taxation and opposition to trusts and monopolies. We claim a share in the glorious Troubles, TO MY FRIENDS. I want to thank you all from the bottom of a grateful heart for tho noble way you stood by mo on election day. No man was ever fought raoro bitterly or savagely than I was by tho whole and my victory is republican lay-otho more gratifying. I feel therefore under deep obligations to the demo erats all over tho county and especially do I wls.lt to congratulate my homo pi e clnct, Turnersville, for her splendid vote. From a republican majority of 50, she showed up with a democratic majority of 52. I can never forget tho friends who stooJ so nobly by mo and their confidence will make me more earnest in discharging my every duty Sam M. Owexs. fully and well. ut Drug Storo. at Penny's KOWLAN'll. lias Gone .Buck into the Coal Business. And will keep constantly on hand the Jelll-cPalls llranch and other host Coals and ask the pitroungu of the public. Stanford friends who want Coal ran !ene orders with J. II. HlgeliK, which will receho prompt attention T L. HIIKIrON. o. - (.. Y hl.SHLI.-rU- FOR SEVEN DAYS ONLY FREE FOR THE ASKING. TINNING Is iio-- t J. T.Jones. STANFORD, KV., & PLUMBING, NOEL Order OlQre and Ktssl & SON, IN DEALERS Cnmlug, lH-o- COHL, prepared to do nil ltm1 of I'lutnblng ami Tinning. n1l proprietor) of IViin'h Illnek Diamond ICM)f I'nfnt. Telephone No. 2ii, residence ?liop on Mill H,. opiidlo J 11. llnughnmti A, Co.' Mill. 2l-- tf A WOK I) TO Corn unci liny. Stanford; - - Kontuolcy. Gul Yard, Mill Mret, latrljr J II lilffidm'. Satisfaction Ktiaraiittssl. hichaiue, near the lUllroad t htrrct, PROPERTY OWNERS. Hiiudt of dwelling Arojou Insured T If not, wh not 7 Thou. nnd good ut ourt PRICES. Ilest Icnf I.ard IlulkSldtt Meat I.everlng's Coffee, Initter than Arbuckles CJJc Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning dollar. Whynhonld jou eix.'t to from i ear to ear car. within a mouth, hhould ou cjKe of jeartof honettt loll iiHlngle lire, whi-- h run destroy hour f Soliciting a share of jour Ketpoctftilly, Within a Kcrj .U'ar. InvoMiig the loss of millions of oiiihj FARM AND TRADE. fijjc 10c Tour Proporty May Bum hotir. h the It to within 24 nccu-mulatl- los In by 1111 patroiiago Butter JESSE D. WEAREIT, -- Gotierul Agent, .... Stanford, Ky . (J. JOIIS II. CASTLhMa.N. IMIAkt. - tickets. The magistrates elected are out of 20tt feeding cattlo ut 3.00. Thoy weighed 1,100 pounds and were of Blue extra quality. Tho E.cklel Field farm o? 200 acres, near Ivlrksvillc, rented to FALL, Gilbert Mason for 81,025 per year for two years. Corn 81.00 per barrel. There were 375,000 shingles on the market Grano Vinos, Small truits, Asparagus aim In all. the democrats of Garrard di- - court day, which bold on an averugo of Wagers & Cohen every thing for Orchard. L;ivrn iml Garden. bu.ve 81.20 por thousand. t Cfedh und wo feel Um 3 feeders at 3J cents Cutshould put u rootor ut tho top bought 05 commission-.Walton iilautor, saving enormous 0f this lotter. Tho candidates all start- - from John Hlsle. They paid 2.80 to 3 ulogue oa application to ed iu with great odds against them and for 200 hogs. Richmond Climax. Lexinrtou, Ky. j 100 I. M. Myers and J. 11. Dunn, democrats, Parsons and Nool, republicans Tho bond and amendment questions ard supposed to bo lost. I liavo no tally of them. The first named would have carried had It not been overlooked. My t FVeutlst, t Senator, Hon. George T. Farrls, wins Office on Lancaster atreet at Residence. oy iuo. as i orougnt jura out, l am t'le Hunua in that case, and if any candidate for U. S. Senator wants to know how he stands, he had better consult me. George fought against a majority 1897. of 1,000, the district having gone that republican in IbDtl. Take It all 1'nll stocks of Fruit and Ornamental Trees much BHB Goodman shipped 2,700 pounds of ginseng, all dug by him In tho lasc two months. It Is valued at 83,000. The Register reports a large crowd but dull court at Richmond Monday. Only about 500 cattle were on the market and prices ranged from 21 to 3ic Tip and Harry Bruce 6old tho trotting stallion, Deck Miller, by Garabctta Wilkes, to Miss Sallle Reeves, an Australian lady, for 81,500. John Miller, of Berkley county, W. Va.. has sold his apple crop for a little more than 820,000. This, says a local exchange, Is the product ot III acres of mountain land, tho ussesaed value on which Is less than 83 per acre. G. J. White & Sou sold their farm of 1)12 acres, sltuatod on tho Berea and Klngstou pike, last Saturday, to Jake Herndon for 829,000. Same linn delivered to W. H. Mallory and Jonas Well three-year-o- ld with tho Ilobb Ileuiedy Co , to (five, absolutely free of chiirgo, to eery person lu thU vicinity who may be Interested, an opportunity to test the value of these 1111- - as an agent for the speedy cure of nil forms of kit), ney disease and allied troubles. Dr. Ilobbs asserts that ho has discovered a remedy In his Spirngus Kidney 1'llls tint will positively cure that most Insidious and commoifof all complaints which Is wrecking men and women by the score dully, viz. Kidney Disease, except where tumors aud ulcers have formed, requiring hurjflcul operation. Tor ono week from tho date of this publication. Penny's Drug Storo, will gUoaway, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Tanner Bros., McKinney uouii:. The Heat I.luo toatiil BSRBEE casTLEam MANAUKItS, TOLEDOAND DETROIT All l'uluu In Michigan. Commerce iBuilding, Louisville. Agenu Throughout tho outli. CHICAGO. "White Cltjr W. A. THIBBZiX, lcal Agent, FREE OF CHARGE ST. LOUIS. Arolding tho Tunnel ltot Terminal btatlon. Stanford, - - - j;tf Kentucky, Grass Nurseries. t) any pernon who will call for 11 sample box Wogiier.fclecpluglCar. of Hobbs .spjraffiw Kidney 1'llls. With each box will bo found a llttlo book 011 the functions of tho Kldueri, giving Ju.st Cars, Waxnrr Sleepltnr Cars, PMtb such Information us U desired or needed by Dultct Parlor Compartment Cam, Ulegant Coacliei and Din U10.-.lag Can hUlTurhiff from weak kidneys and urinary dltllcultles. Ho uro your tickets read via "UIO I'UUIl" Xo ono who Is alTectcd by Kidney Dlseiin-e.- s E.O.MCCOIIS11CK, WAUItKNJ. LYNCH and allied troubles, should neglect this l'aneiigar Tritllo Mr , Mi. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. A g great opportunity, it Is oirered to enable CINCINNATI OHIO you to Judge of the merits of the Itcmedy. You do not have to tuku any ones opinion but your own. it will cost you only the asking. BOSTON. NEW YORK. J. B. HIGGINS, DEALHK IN 0 Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, I'OK ntKB SAMPLED, CALL OX tlristoiivillo. j. t. suTToar, Unclortalcer, - Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- o - Kentucky Fortilizerg and Goal. Stunfnrd, ICentucky. . -, 900-pou- Penny's Drug Store, STAKl'OItD, ICY. Ollcri hUaofvlcea to the people of West Lincoln and Cmoy countlca. Kull atock of ColBniand hand. 93 V. ti. Carcnter, Manager. Goods Warrunted us Koprchontcd. Ofllco on Main Strvf,opjHwlto Elmore's Storo, N' J. L. TOTTEN. 8ALE3MAK. ia.UaJiaaljfl!s:!JJ l'&jJBMi&JG&&'